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WE ARE... TABLE OF CONTENTS/SCHEDULE TABLE OF CONTENTS Quick Facts Table of Contents/Schedule Marshall University The City of Huntington The Henderson Center Locker Room Conference USA The Roster 2011-12 Outlook The Coaching Staff The Support Staff Returning Letterwinners Newcomers HerdZone.com C-USA Championships C-USA Composite Schedule Series Histories Year-By-Year Record/Results 2010-11 Review History/Records Retired Numbers Marshall Hall of Fame

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Northern Kentucky (Exh.) vs. Alabama State vs. Jacksonville State vs. Northwestern State at UNC-Wilmington at Cincinnati vs. Ohio

7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.

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at Syracuse vs. Iona vs. High Point vs. Belmont vs. West Virginia Tech at Belmont

7 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m.

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vs. Akron vs. UTEP at Rice* at UAB* vs. UCF* vs. West Virginia# at Southern Miss* vs. UAB* at Memphis*

4 p.m. 8 p.m. CBS Sports Network 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 6 p.m. Comcast Sports South 7 p.m. Comcast Sports South 9 p.m. Comcast Sports South

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vs. Tulane* at Tulsa * at UCF* vs. East Carolina* at SMU* vs. Houston* vs. Memphis* at East Carolina*

7 p.m. 8 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. FSN 7 p.m.

March 3 vs. Southern Miss* 7-10 at Conference USA Championships%

7 p.m. TBA

* Conference USA Games # at Charleston Civic Center (Charleston, W.Va.) % at FedEx Forum (Memphis, Tenn.) All Times Eastern and subject to change

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Name......................................................................................................Marshall University Location .................................................................................................. Huntington, W.Va. Founded ........................................................................................................................... 1837 Enrollment ....................................................................................................................13,814 Nickname .................................................................................................Thundering Herd Colors ......................................................................................... Green (PMS 357) & White Conference.................................................................................................Conference USA National Affiliation ...................................................................................NCAA Division I Home Arena (Capacity) ............................................Cam Henderson Center (9,043) President...........................................................Dr. Stephen J. Kopp (Notre Dame, ‘73) Athletic Director............................................................... Mike Hamrick (Marshall, ‘80) Associate AD/Chief of Staff ......................................Jeff O’Malley (Miami-Ohio, ‘90) Associate AD/Compliance..............................................Derek Gwinn (Marshall, ‘03) Associate AD/Development-Big Green .......... John Sutherland (Kent State, ‘81) Assoicate AD/External Affairs......................................Frank Giardina (Marshall ‘76) Associate AD/Facilities.............................................Scott Morehouse (Marshall, ‘98) Associate AD/Finance ................................................................David Steele (Rice, ‘82) Associate AD/SWA.......................................Beatrice Crane Banford (N.C. State, ‘92) Assistant AD/Media Relations................................. Randy Burnside (Marshall, ‘99) Assistant AD/Ticketing ...................................Aaron Goebbel (Bowling Green, ‘04) Faculty Athletic Representative ................Robert Bookwalter (Fresno State, ‘79) Dir. of Broadcasting .............................................................Steve Cotton (Florida, ‘87) Official Athletics Website ......................................................................... herdzone.com Ticket Office.......................................................... 304/696-HERD or 1-800-THE-HERD

First Year of Basketball ............................................................................1906-07 Overall Record .....................................................1,362-991-2 (.578), 98 years Conference USA Record ................................................. 47-47 (.500), 6 years Cam Henderson Center Record............................325-102 (.761), 30 years Last C-USA Tournament ...................................................................................1-1 L, 77-65 vs. UTEP (C-USA Second Round) NCAA Tournament Appearances ........ 5 (1956, 1972, 1984, 1985, 1987) Last NCAA Appearance ............ L, 76-60 vs. TCU (1987 - First Round) NIT Appearances...................................................4 (1967, 1968, 1973, 1988) Last NIT Appearance .................L, 81-80 vs. VCU (1988 - First Round) CIT Appearances ...........................................................................2 (2010, 2011) Last CIT Appearance ................ L, 65-64 vs. Ohio (2011 - First Round)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach........................................................ Tom Herrion (Merrimack ‘89) Record at Marshall ....................................................................22-12 (second year) Overall Record ...................................................................................................... 102-50 (5) Assistant Coaches............................................ Mark Cline (Wake Forest ‘88) Dino Presley (Kutztown ‘93) Jorge Fernandez (Stetson ‘85) Dir. of Basketball Operations ....................... Mike Brown (Providence ‘96) Basketball Office Phone ............................................................. 304/696-6460 Basketball Office Fax ................................................................... 304/696-6000

SUPPORT STAFF

SPORTS INFORMATION Associate SID/Basketball Contact ................ Steven Schoon (Kansas, ‘08) Office Phone............................................................................ 304/696-2418 Cell Phone ................................................................................ 620/218-1693 E-Mail ......................................................................... schoon@marshall.edu Mailing Address ................................................ Marshall Sports Information P.O. Box 1360 Huntington, WV 25715 Overnight Mailing Address ........................... Marshall Sports Information 1801 3rd Avenue Huntington, WV 25703 SID Main Office Phone ................................................................ 304/696-5275 SID Office Fax ................................................................................. 304/696-2325 Press Row Phone .......................................................................... 304/696-3304

CONFERENCE USA Commissioner......................................................................... Britton Banowsky Asst. Commissioner/Media Relations...................................Russ Anderson Asst. Commissioner/MBB Contact..................Courtney Morrison Archer E-Mail ............................................................................ cmarcher@c-usa.org Address ..................................................... 5201 N. O’Connor Blvd., Suite 300 Irving, TX 75309 Office Phone................................................................................... 214/774-1300 Office Fax ......................................................................................... 214/496-0046 Website ................................................................................. conferenceusa.com

Athletic Trainer .......................................................................... Tom Belmaggio Strength Coach ......................................................................................Joe Varga Staff Assistant ............................................................................ Jennifer Mullins Video Coordinator .............................................................................. Sean Flynn Graduate Managers ....................................................... Will Finch, Josh King, Robert Amis, Adam Simmons

TEAM INFORMATION 2010-11 Overall Record ...............................................................................22-12 2010-11 Conference USA Record/Finish .................................... 9-7/5th (T) Starters Returning/Lost ................................................................................... 4/1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................................................................... 5/8 Newcomers .............................................................................................................. 8 MEDIA GUIDE CREDITS The Marshall University Men’s Basketball Media Guide is a publication of the Marshall Sports Information Office. The guide was designed using Adobe InDesign CS5 and Photoshop CS5 software. The publication was written and edited by Associate Sports Information Director Steven Schoon, with assistance from the entire SID staff. Special thanks to Steve Cotton, Charlie Hagley, Joey Florian, Woody Woodrum as well as past Marshall SID staff members Matt Turk, Gary Richter, Clark Haptonstall, Jake Keys, Andy Boggs, and Brandon Parro for their contributions. Marshall would like to acknowledge the assistance of accumulating biographical information from the following sports information/media relations’ departments; Marquette and Oklahoma Photography provided by Rick Haye, Marilyn Testerman-Haye, Brad Helton, Greg Perry, Matt Riley, Brad Bader, Brandon Parro, Ben Hunt, Joe Murphy, the NBA Hall of Fame, WSAZ.com, ISP Sports the Marshall Sports Information Office and SID offices nationwide.

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DR. STEPHEN J. KOPP UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT

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r. Stephen J. Kopp became the 36th President of Marshall University in July 2005. He has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals and has been very proficient in acquiring grant funding, and has authored more than one hundred scientific papers. Dr. Kopp earned his B.S. at the University of Notre Dame majoring in Biology and his Ph.D. at the University of Illinois in the field of Physiology and Biophysics.

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His academic career has included leadership positions with Midwestern University, Central Michigan University and Ohio University. As an administrator, he was the founding dean of both the College of Allied Health Professions at Midwestern University, and The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow College of Health Professions at Central Michigan University, and recently served as the provost of Ohio University. West Virginia Governor Joe Manchin III refers to the leadership that President Kopp has brought to West Virginia as “placing Marshall University firmly on the path for future academic growth, positioning the university to be an engine of economic growth in our state and region.”

In addition to serving as Marshall’s President, Dr. Kopp also serves on the boards of the Huntington Chamber of Commerce, the Huntington Area Development Council, the Huntington Museum of Art, the Marshall Artists Series, Advantage Valley, the West Virginia Roundtable, and the Mid-Atlantic Technology, Research and Innovation Center (MATRIC). In his spare time, he enjoys Marshall athletics, reading, golf and spending time with his wife of 35 years, Jane. He also enjoys time with his devoted dog, Abby. He and Jane have two adult children and two grandchildren.

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ike Hamrick, director of athletics at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas for the past six years and a 1980 graduate of Marshall University, was named director of athletics at Marshall University by President Stephen J. Kopp July 20, 2009.

“In Mike Hamrick, we identified an outstanding leader for

our athletic program, an individual of uncompromising integrity, experience and accomplishment,” Kopp said. “He brings to Marshall University a vision for athletics that we can all embrace and support. His proven experience and accomplishments unequivocally demonstrate his ability to translate vision into action that leads to success. I cannot emphasize enough the value that this individual brings to our university and community. An added, but by no means less important quality of this individual is that he is a proud and successful Son of Marshall.” Hamrick played football at Marshall University from 1976 to 1980, starting at linebacker and defensive end his last two years. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in education from Marshall, he earned his master’s in sports administration from Ohio University in 1981. Prior to his position at UNLV,

Hamrick was director of athletics at East Carolina University from 1995 to 2003. He also has been AD at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, assistant AD at Illinois State in Normal, Ill., and assistant AD at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas. “It’s great to be back home,” Hamrick said. “I am thrilled to have rejoined the Marshall University family and plan to work hard to help advance the success of Thundering Herd athletics in all facets. I thank President Kopp for giving me this opportunity.” Hamrick is a native of Clendenin, W.Va., and a graduate of Herbert Hoover High School. He and Soletta are the parents of three children - twin sons, Brett and Justin, and daughter, Mollie Ann.

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CONFERENCE USA

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Welcome to Conference USA, after marking its 15-year milestone during the 2009-10 season, Conference USA is still going strong. From the beginning, dedication to excellence has been the league’s guiding principle and remains today a common thread for a promising future. C-USA is home to 12 nationally prominent, tradition-rich members in East Carolina, Houston, Marshall, Memphis, Rice, SMU, Southern Miss, Tulane, Tulsa, UAB, UCF and UTEP. This combination enhances men’s and women’s programs that are immersed in athletic success and academic prowess. Together, we are committed to excellence, integrity and leadership in athletics, academics and in our communities. All C-USA institutions sponsor Division I-A football, along with several other men’s and women’s athletic programs, many of which compete regularly for NCAA Championships. C-USA sponsors competition in 19 sports - nine for men (baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis and indoor and outdoor track and field) and 10 for women (basketball, cross country, golf, softball, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field and volleyball). The league sponsors numerous academic awards, including the Commissioner’s Honor Roll and the Commissioner’s Academic Medal, indicative of outstanding achievement in the classroom. C-USA annually awards 12 postgraduate scholarships, along with the Sport Academic Award, Scholar Athletes of the Year and the Institutional Academic Excellence Award. Conference USA also added a Spirit of Service Award, recognizing student-athletes three times a year for a combination of significant community service efforts, good academic standing and participation in their elected sport. SUCCESS ON THE PLAYING FIELD Conference USA performers have achieved great success in competition, placing the league among the top conferences in the nation. Football 56 teams have earned bowl bids Member of the Bowl Championship Series Bowl tie-ins with the AutoZone Liberty Bowl, Beef ‘O’ Brady’s St. Petersburg Bowl, Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl, EagleBank Bowl, R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl, Sheraton Hawai’i Bowl and the Dallas Football Classic Men’s Basketball Consistently rated as one of the top basketball leagues in the country 90 postseason teams (45 NCAA and 38 NIT, 5 CBI, 2 CIT) One National Championship title game appearance Three Final Four teams Seven Elite Eight NCAA Tournament teams One NIT Champion and four NIT semifinalists Inaugural CBI Champion Women’s Basketball 44 NCAA Tournament appearances 33 WNIT appearances One team in the NCAA Sweet 16 Two WNIT semifinalists Baseball 49 NCAA appearances Six College World Series appearances (2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005 and 2001), including five of the last six 13 Super Regional appearances Has produced at least four NCAA teams in seven of the last nine seasons In addition, 34 volleyball teams, 49 men’s and women’s soccer teams and 25 softball teams have earned NCAA Tournament bids. C-USA has sent three men’s soccer teams to the NCAA College Cup, five softball teams to the Women’s College World Series and three volleyball teams to the Sweet 16. The league has also had six national champions in NCAA track and field competition, one national champion in diving and numerous NCAA individual and team competitors in cross country, golf, swimming, tennis and track and field. Overall, Conference USA teams and individuals have made more than 600 NCAA appearances. SUCCESS OFF THE FIELD C-USA institutions are among the nation’s best in academic performance among student-athletes, bolstered by the fact that student-athletes at league schools have a higher graduation rate than the general student population. Among C-USA’s 5,000 student-athletes, there are champions off the playing field as well. In 15 years, 153 student-athletes earned national ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America honors, while 541 were named All-District. In addition, more than 20,000 student-athletes have been named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll or received the Commissioner’s Academic Medal, indicative of outstanding achievement in the classroom. C-USA ON TV C-USA enjoys significant television exposure through its partnerships with ESPN Inc. and CBS College Sports Television Networks. The league entered into long-term agreements with both ESPN and CBS College Sports, which, combined, provides C-USA with significant national and regional exposure for football, men’s and women’s basketball, and all other conference sports. Additionally, the CBS College Sports agreement includes video-on-demand, Internet, broadband, national over-the-air and satellite radio, and wireless distribution as well as corporate market-

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ing rights, and website production through CBS Interactive. The agreement with ESPN extends the conference’s current regular season football package to include the broadcast of the conference’s Football Championship Game. It also encompasses distribution of men’s basketball and women’s basketball on ESPN/ ESPN2 and both tournament championship games. C-USA IN THE COMMUNITY The conference’s footprint is concentrated with 12 members in nine states and a combined area population of nearly 17 million. More than 1.1 million living alumni represent C-USA schools across the nation. With a renewed commitment to community involvement, the conference has begun development of several initiatives to maintain strong ties in C-USA cities, as well as with fans and alumni across the country. C-USA schools also place a priority on giving back to their communities through volunteer service with local and national organizations. GOVERNANCE Along with the ACC, Big East, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-10 and SEC, Conference USA is one of the seven conferences having significant representation in the NCAA governance structure. The Presidents of the member institutions serve as the league’s Board of Directors. A PROUD HISTORY; A PROMISING FUTURE Conference USA was formed in 1995 and quickly emerged as one of the nation’s top conferences. The conference unveiled its name, logo and commissioner on April 24, 1995 in Chicago. The league’s charter members included Charlotte, Cincinnati, DePaul, Houston, Louisville, Marquette, Memphis, Saint Louis, Southern Miss, Tulane, UAB and USF. Eleven of the institutions began athletic participation in 1995, while Houston joined competition in the fall of 1996. The league’s headquarters were established in Chicago and after nine years, relocated to the current office in Irving, Texas. Britton Banowsky was named Commissioner in October 2002, succeeding Mike Slive, the league’s first commissioner. C-USA added East Carolina (September, 1996) and the United States Military Academy (March, 1997) as football members. ECU began league competition in 1997; Army in 1998 and UAB began football play in 1999. The league added TCU and ECU (1999) for all sports and they began competition in 2001. USF started C-USA football in 2003. After celebrating its 10th Anniversary during the 2004-05 season, C-USA began a new chapter in 2005-06 when its current membership came together to form the new look of the league. Since its formation, C-USA has established a strong foundation, an identity and a history that reflects the league’s national presence. Fifteen years of remarkable history has reinforced the league’s position in collegiate athletics, setting the course for the next decade and beyond.

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ROSTER 2011-12 Numerical Roster No. 0 1 2 3 4 10 11 15 21 23 24 34 50

Name Chris Martin Dennis Tinnon Robert Goff Damier Pitts Jamir Hanner Dago Pena Nigel Spikes DeVince Boykins Justin Coleman Shaquille Johnson DeAndre Kane Yous Mbao JP Kambola

Ht 6-0 6-8 6-9 5-10 6-8 6-6 6-10 6-4 6-5 6-3 6-4 7-2 6-9

Wt 180 225 240 165 210 220 237 205 225 205 200 235 245

Pos. G F F G F F C G G G G C C

CL-Exp. FR-HS JR-TR JR-TR SR-3L FR-HS SR-3L JR-2L FR-HS FR-HS SR-3L SO-1L SO-TR RS FR-HS

Hometown/Last School Upper Marlboro, Md./St. Patrick HS (N.J.) Green Bay, Wisc./Kansas City CC (Kan.) Indianapolis, Ind./Hutchinson CC (Kan.) Charlotte, N.C./Hargrave Military Academy Philadelphia, Pa./Notre Dame Prep Santo Domingo, Dominican Rep./Charlotte HS (Fla.) Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Dillard HS Forest City, N.C./East Rutherford HS Richmond, Va./Huntington Prep (W.Va.) Jacksonville, Fla./Robert E. Lee HS Pittsburgh, Pa./The Patterson School RuPisque, Senegal/Marquette Toronto, Ontario, Canada/St. Benedict’s Prep (N.J.)

2011-12 Alphabetical Roster No. 15 21 2 4 23 50 24 0 34 10 3 11 1

Name DeVince Boykins Justin Coleman Robert Goff Jamir Hanner Shaquille Johnson JP Kambola DeAndre Kane Chris Martin Yous Mbao Dago Pena Damier Pitts Nigel Spikes Dennis Tinnon

Ht 6-4 6-5 6-9 6-8 6-3 6-9 6-4 6-0 7-2 6-6 5-10 6-10 6-8

Wt 205 225 240 210 205 245 200 180 235 220 165 237 225

Pos. G G F F G C G G C F G C F

CL-Exp. FR-HS FR-HS JR-TR FR-HS SR-3L RS FR-HS SO-1L FR-HS SO-TR SR-3L SR-3L JR-2L JR-TR

Hometown/Last School Forest City, N.C./East Rutherford HS Richmond, Va./Huntington Prep (W.Va,) Indianapolis, Ind./Hutchinson CC (Kan.) Philadelphia, Pa./Notre Dame Prep Jacksonville, Fla./Robert E. Lee HS Toronto, Ontario, Canada/St. Benedict’s Prep (N.J.) Pittsburgh, Pa./The Patterson School Upper Marlboro, Md./St. Patrick HS (N.J.) RuPisque, Senegal/Marquette Santo Domingo, Dominican Rep./Charlotte HS (Fla.) Charlotte, N.C./Hargrave Military Academy Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Dillard HS Green Bay, Wisc./Kansas City CC (Kan.)

Coaches and Staff HEAD COACH: Tom Herrion (Merrimack, ‘89) ASSISTANT COACHES: Mark Cline (Wake Forest, ‘88), Dino Presley (Kutztown, ‘93), Jorge Fernandez (Stetson, ‘85) DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS: Michael Brown (Providence, ‘96) VIDEO COORDINATOR: Sean Flynn GRADUATE MANAGERS: Josh King, Will Fench, Robert Amis, Adam Simmons ATHLETIC TRAINER: Tom Belmaggio STRENGTH COACH: Joe Varga

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(5) Returning Letterwinners/Players (2010-11 Stats) Name Shaquille Johnson ^ DeAndre Kane ^ Dago Pena Damier Pitts ^ Nigel Spkes ^

Cl.-Exp. Sr.-3L So.-1L Sr.-3L Sr.-3L Jr.-2L

Pos. G G F G C

Hgt. 6-3 6-4 6-6 5-10 6-10

Wgt. 205 200 220 165 237

GP/GS 33/16 34/34 32/12 34/34 32/32

PPG 8.7 15.1 7.2 16.2 5.1

RPG 2.9 5.6 2.9 2.8 5.9

Note Top three on the team in assists, steals, blocks Led team with 32 steals Led team with 54 three-pointers made Played a team-high 32.1 mpg. Shot 55.4% from the field (56-101)

Wgt. 220 220 180 185 220 205 290 250

GP/GS 28/11 10/0 10/0 26/0 9/0 30/7 23/2 31/0

PPG 6.4 2.1 2.0 2.2 0.4 9.1 1.5 2.0

RPG 3.6 2.4 0.6 0.9 0.4 4.5 2.4 2.0

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(8) Letterwinners Lost (2010-11 Stats) Name Tirrell Baines ^ Eladio Espinosa Noah Fischer Johnny Higgins Xavier Humphrey Johnny Thomas Orlando Thomas Audra Williams

Cl.-Exp. Sr.-3L So.-1L So.-1L Jr.-1L So.-1L Jr.-3L Sr.-4L Sr.-3L

Pos. F F G G F F C C

Hgt. 6-6 6-7 6-3 6-2 6-6 6-6 6-10 6-10

^2009-10 starter

(8) Newcomers Name DeVince Boykins Justin Coleman Robert Goff Jamir Hanner JP Kambola Chris Martin Dennis Tinnon Yous Mbao

Cl.-Exp. FR-HS FR-HS JR-TR FR-HS RS FR-HS FR-HS JR-TR So-TR

Pos. G G F F C G F C

Hgt. 6-4 6-5 6-9 6-8 6-9 6-0 6-8 7-2

By Class Senior (3): Shaquille Johnson, Dago Pena, Damier Pitts Junior (3): Robert Goff, Nigel Spikes, Dennis Tinnon

Wgt. 205 225 240 210 245 180 225 215

Hometown Forest City, N.C. Richmond, Va. Indianapolis, Ind. Philadelphia, Pa. Toronto, Ontario, Canada Upper Marlboro, Md. Green Bay, Wisc. Dakar, Senegal

Previous School East Rutherford HS Huntington Prep (W.Va,) Hutchinson CC (Kan.) Notre Dame Prep St. Benedict’s Prep (N.J.) St. Patrick HS (N.J.) Kansas City CC (Kan.) Marquette

By Position Guard (6): DeVince Boykins, Justin Coleman, Shaquille Johnson, DeAndre Kane, Chris Martin, Damier Pitts

Sophomore (2): DeAndre Kane, Yous Mba

Forward (4): Robert Goff, Jamir Hanner, Dago Pena, Dennis Tinnon

Freshman (5): DeVince Boykins, Justin Coleman, Jamir Hanner, JP Kambola, Chris Martin

Center (3): JP Kambola, Yous Mbao, Nigel Spikes

By State/Country Florida (2): Shaquille Johnson, Nigel Spikes North Carolina (2): DeVince Boykins, Damier Pitts Pennsylvania (2): Jamir Hanner, DeAndre Kane Indiana (1): Robert Goff Maryland (1): Chris Martin Virginia (1): Justin Coleman Wisconsin(1): Dennis Tinnon Canada (1): JP Kambola Dominican Republic (1): Dago Pena Senegal (1): Yous Mbao

Pronunciation Guide DeVince Boykins Yous Mbao Dago Pena Damier Pitts Dennis Tinnon Tom Herrion Dino Presley Jorge Fernandez

Da-VINCE-E You-s M-bow DAH-go PAIN-yuh da-MEER TIN-IN HAIR-e-IN DEE-no George

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SEASON OUTLOOK Coming off a back-to-back season’s in which the Marshall men’s basketball team reached 20-wins and earned a trip to the postseason, second-year head coach Tom Herrion has his squad poised to take the next step in the rebirth of Thundering Herd basketball.

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The 2011-12 edition of Marshall basketball hopes to achieve something that hasn’t been done since 1987, qualify for the NCAA Tournament. Mixed with accomplished returners and talented newcomers, this Herd squad is up for the challenge. Four starters return from last season including the team’s leading scorer, Damier Pitts who averaged 16.2 points per game. As the team’s point guard, Pitts dished out a team-high 4.7 assists per game. Guard Shaquille Johnson and forward Dago Pena join Pitts as the only seniors. Those three, along with junior center Nigel Spikes, will be called upon by Herrion to be the team leaders. “I’ve challenged our three seniors and Nigel Spikes, because of the minutes he played last season, to gain ownership of this program as we go into uncharted territories,” Herrion said. For this team, uncharted territories mean expectations. After a fifth-place finish in Conference USA last season, Marshall has been picked by multiple preseason magazines to finish second in the conference behind perennial power Memphis. “Marshall may have Conference USA’s best talent outside of Memphis this year,” says Sporting News Magazine. “It has a solid perimeter nucleus and if the newcomers can give a boost inside, it might just challenge Memphis,” says Lindy’s Sports. “Memphis has the most talent in Conference USA. But Marshall has a roster that should be good enough to make the league race interesting,” says Athlon Sports. These expectations, although new to this era of Marshall basketball, come with good reason. The Herd returns five of its top seven scorers including C-USA Freshman of the Year

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DeAndre Kane and replaces the seven departed letterwinners with eight talented newcomers. “It’s a good challenge,” Herrion said of all the new faces this season. “Our new guys are very talented and it’s going to create some good depth for us. The foundation of our team though is built around our returning guys especially our three seniors. I’m excited to be able to balance the chemistry with the old guys and the new guys. It will be a fun challenge.” Backcourt The strength of the team last season was the backcourt play of Pitts and Kane. The two guards combined to average 31.1 of Marshall’s 73.5 points scored. The duo also recorded 53 percent of the team’s assists. Pitts has been regarded as a player to watch across college basketball this season. Even ESPN’s Andy Katz has recognized Pitts’ talent, saying he could appear on the watch list for the Wooden Award later on this season.

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SEASON OUTLOOK treys and shooting 41.5 percent. Despite Pena’s hot shooting, Marshall struggled overall from beyond-the-arc shooting a C-USA worst 32.2 percent. However, the Herd led the conference in defending the three, holding opponents to 29.8 percent shooting. “We have to shoot the ball better as a team from the perimeter and that’s something we’ve invested in over the offseason,” Herrion said. “Knowing that we weren’t a consistent shooting team, last season we placed a greater emphasis in guarding the three. We were in the top 10 in the country in defending the three-point shot.” Freshmen Justin Coleman and Jamir Hanner bring their talents to the perimeter after stellar high school careers. Coleman, a Richmond, Va. native, was ranked as the 40th player in the country in the 2010 class by Scout.com after averaging 20.3 points, 7.4 rebounds and 3.1 assists during Huntington Prep’s inaugural 2009-10 season. Hanner, a Philadelphia, Pa. native, was named a four-star recruit by Rivals.com after averaging 18 points and 13 rebounds for NIA Prep in New Jersey. Freshmen DeVince Boykins and Chris Martin add even more depth to the Herd backcourt. Frontcourt Last season, Baines, along with Spikes, manned the post for Marshall as he led the team with 6.6 rebounds and scored 12.8 points per game. After losing Baines to graduation, Herrion and his staff went to the state of Kansas to fill the hole down low. Robert Goff (Hutchinson Community College) and Dennis Tinnon (Kansas City Community College) signed with Marshall after two productive seasons in the Jayhawk Conference. A 6-9, 240-pound junior, Goff averaged 9.1 points and 6.2 rebounds per game for 18-4 Hutchinson. Tinnon stands at 6-8, 225 pounds and led the NJCAA in rebounding (13.3) while

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SEASON OUTLOOK ranking fifth in scoring (22.6). He was ranked as the 20th best JUCO prospect in the nation. ���The strength of our experienced guys is in our backcourt,” Herrion said. “We are going to need some of our new guys to step in and be presence in the front court for us. Our program is built on defending and rebounding so guys that do that will have a high value for us.” Yous Mbao is another transfer eagerly waiting to get on the court. The Herd’s tallest player at 7-2, Mbao transferred to Marshall after playing his freshman season at Marquette. The RuPisque Senegal native will start his Marshall career as a sophomore after taking a redshirt last season. Mbao is one of two foreign players on this year’s team joining freshman center JP Kambola. The 6-10 245-pound Toronto, Ontario native was a three-star recruit by Rivals.com and ranked as the 17th best player out of the talent-rich state of

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New Jersey. Spikes returns for his junior season after scoring 5.1 points and 5.9 rebounds per game. Standing at 6-10, 237 pounds, Spikes started all 32 games in which he played. Last season, Marshall ranked fourth in school history in blocked shots with 122, led by Spikes’ 32. Schedule Marshall’s 2010-11 schedule is the most challenging it’s had in many years. The Herd will face 14 teams that advanced to the postseason in 2011 including ESPN/USA Today Top 25 teams Syracuse and Cincinnati, as well as conference foe Memphis. Also on the schedule is the Herd’s annual meeting with instate rival West Virginia in Charleston. Even without the three Big East Conference teams, Marshall’s schedule is full of teams that fans are used to seeing on their NCAA Tournament bracket every March. “We were disappointed we weren’t in the NIT last season,” Herrion said. “The way you control that is playing quality teams and beating quality teams outside of conference play.” Marshall opens the regular season on Nov. 11 against defending Southwestern Athletic Conference Champion Alabama State. The Herd also has games against Northwestern State, Iona and High Point as well as a home-and-home with Belmont which advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament last season. Regional rival Ohio visits the Cam Henderson Center on Nov. 30. The Bobcats are one of two Mid-America Conference teams on the schedule as 2011 NCAA Tournament participant Akron comes to Huntington on New Year’s Day. Conference USA action begins on Jan. 4 against UTEP. The schedule is just as challenging as ever with home-and-home meetings with UAB, UCF, ECU, Southern Miss and No. 9 Memphis. In addition to the UTEP game, Marshall will play home games with Tulane and Houston and travel to Rice, Tulsa and SMU.

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Four returning starters, eight talented newcomers and a challenging schedule make it easy to see why Herrion and his staff join in the excitement of the Marshall fan base and why the expectations are sky high. “We haven’t done a whole lot yet,” Herrion said. “I keep telling our team that. But it’s great for our fan base. It’s been a while since Marshall has had this excitement and anticipation. We are going to continue to build this thing, elevate and restore the program.”

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TOM HERRION HEAD COACH SECOND SEASON MERRIMACK COLLEGE ‘89

Tom Herrion is in his second season as the head coach of the Thundering Herd after being named the 28th men’s basketball coach in program history on April 10, 2010. His first season at the helm was a great success as he led Marshall to 22 wins, a 6-1 mark against the RPI Top 100 in games played in West Virginia and his 100th career victory. Herrion energized a team and a fanbase in his first season at the helm, leading the Herd to a 22-12 record and a postseason appearancwe in the CIT, marking the first time the program has won 20 or more games and advanced to the postseason in consecutive campaigns in over 20 years.

His team quickly bought into his philosophy of toughness and rebounding and used that to propel itself to an 8-2 start to the season, culminated by an impressive 98-70 victory over VMI. Herrion and his squad were just getting started at that point. In his first home Conference USA game, Herrion and the Herd put forth a dominant 95-65 win over Southern Miss, one of the top teams in the league. Marshall would put forth two more banner victories in the month of January, beginning with a 75-71 win over No. 21 West Virginia. The Herd dominated the contest, leading the Mountaineers by as many as 24 points. Just ten days later, the team would gain its first win over Memphis since joining C-USA, putting forth an 85-70 effort. Herrion continued to improve Marshall as the season went on, winning five-straight league games in February in a stretch that saw MU win seven of eight games. Included in that streak was a 64-62 win over SMU, which marked Herrion’s 100th career victory. Entering the 2011 C-USA Tournament, the Herd had posted just a 1-5 mark in tournament games since entering the league in 2005. Herrion turned that around, leading MU to a 97-87 win over Houston in the opening round. The impressive first season culminated in the Herd’s second-consecutive postseason appearance. Players on the team experienced unprecedented growth on and off the court over the course of Herrion’s inaugural season. He helped Tirrell Baines and Damier Pitts reach the 1,000-point plateau, saw DeAndre Kane become the second-straight MU player to win the C-USA Freshman of the Year award while Johnny Thomas was named to the C-USA All-Academic Team, posting an impvresive 3.66 GPA. Prior to Marshall, Herrion brought 21 years of collegiate coaching experience to Huntington. Marshall marks the second time Herrion will serve as a head coach at the NCAA Division I level. From 200206, Herrion was the head coach at the College of Charleston where he posted an impressive 80-38 record (a .678 winning percentage). His first Cougar squad (2002-03) went 25-8, won the Great Alaska Shootout, earned a national top-25 ranking and made the National

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MARSHALL Invitational Tournament (NIT). His 25 victories marked the highest win total of any first-year NCAA Division I head coach during that season. Herrion’s teams won at least 17 games each year during his time at the helm of the College of Charleston program including a 20-9 record during the 2003-04 campaign. After serving as a television commentator for ESPN Regional and Comcast during the 2006-07 season, Herrion spent the past three seasons as the associate head coach at the University of Pittsburgh. Herrion’s primary responsibilities at Pitt included recruiting studentathletes, game preparation and on-floor coaching. This past season he helped Head Coach Jamie Dixon’s Pitt squad to an impressive 25-9 overall record, second place finish in the Big East with a 13-5 slate, the school’s ninth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearTHE HERRION FILE Hometown:

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Merrimack College, Student Assistant Coach Cambridge (Mass.) Ridge and Latin H.S., JV Coach Merrimack College, Assistant Coach Providence College, Assistant Coach Univ. of Virginia, Assistant Coach College of Charleston, Head Coach Univ. of Pittsburgh, Associate Head Coach Marshall, Head Coach

Year-by-Year Record as Head Coach Year School Overall Conf. Postseason 2002-03 College of Charleston 25-9 13-3 *SoCon South Division Champs/NIT, 1-1 2003-04 College of Charleston 20-9 11-5 *SoCon South Division Champs 2004-05 College of Charleston 18-10 10-6 2005-06 College of Charleston 17-11 9-6 20010-11 Marshall 22-12 9-7 *CollegeInsider.com Tournament, 0-1 Rec. at CoC 4 years 80-38 43-20

Year 1986-87 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 School Merrimack Providence Virginia Pittsburgh Total

School Merrimack Merrimack Merrimack Merrimack Merrimack Merrimack Providence Providence Providence Providence Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Years 5 4 4 3 16

Year-by-Year Record as Assistant Coach Record Conf. Postseason 13-16 7-7 16-14 11-7 21-9 14-4 NCAA II, 1-1 18-14 9-9 NCAA II, 1-1 11-16 7-11 11-17 7-11 17-13 7-11 NIT, 1-1 18-12 9-9 NIT, 1-1 24-12 10-8 NCAA I, 3-1 (Elite 8) 13-16 7-11 14-16 4-12 19-12 9-7 NIT, 0-1 20-9 9-7 NCAA I, 0-1 17-9 7-9 NIT, 0-1 27-10 10-8 *Big East Tournament Champions/NCAA I 1-1 31-5 15-3 NCAA I, 3-1 (Elite 8) 25-9 13-5 NCAA I, 1-1 Record 77-70 72-53 70-46 83-24 302-193

Conf. 48-42 33-39 29-35 38-16 148-132

COACHES ance and a No. 3 seed in the tournament. Quite an accomplishment considering the Panthers lost four starters-including two NBA players in DeJuan Blair and Sam Young- from the 2008-09 squad and prior to the season, Pitt was unranked and picked to finish ninth in the Big East by the league’s coaches. During his stint with the Panthers, Pitt was 83-24. Jeff Goodman of FoxSports.com has also rated Herrion No. 11 in his top 20 High-Major (or BCS) assistant coaches’ poll. Herrion’s collegiate coaching experience includes stints as an assistant at the University of Virginia (1999-2002), Providence College (1994-98) and NCAA Division II Merrimack College (1989-94). He spent eight seasons under Pete Gillen at both Virginia and Providence. In his four seasons at Virginia, Herrion helped Gillen orchestrate a 70-50 record and three postseason appearances. His main responsibilities included recruitment of student-athletes, scheduling and scouting of opponents and assisting with practice planning and game preparation. Additionally, the Cavaliers’ recruiting classes were ranked among the nation’s top-10 in three of his four seasons with the program. During his time at Providence, the Friars put together a 72-53 fouryear record including a berth in the NCAA Tournament’s Elite Eight and two NIT appearances. At Merrimack, he helped guide the Warriors to two NCAA Division II tournament appearances. “Tom was a tremendous assistant for me for four years at Providence College and helped us get to the Elite Eight in 1997. He also did a great job for us at the University of Virginia for four years and he is excellent in all areas of the coaching profession.” Gillen said. “He is a great family man and he is a teacher of the fundamentals. He will represent Marshall University in a great manner in everything that he does.” Herrion received his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Merrimack in 1989. As an undergrad he competed in both basketball and baseball for the Warriors. He worked as a student assistant coach in 1986-87. He also served two seasons as the junior varsity coach at Cambridge Ridge and Latin High School in Cambridge, Mass. A native of Oxford, Mass., Herrion was a three-year letterwinner in both basketball and baseball at Oxford High School. Herrion hails from a coaching family. His father, the late Jim Herrion, was a successful high school coach in the New York City Catholic League before becoming an assistant coach at Holy Cross and later the head coach at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. His older brother Bill is currently the head basketball coach at the University of New Hampshire (2005). Bill has also served head coaching stints at both East Carolina (19992005) and Drexel University (1991-99). Herrion has one son - Robert James.

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MARK CLINE ASSISTANT COACH SECOND SEASON WAKE FOREST ‘88

Mark Cline is in his second year as an assistant coach at Marshall University.

Cline moved from Old Dominion to Virginia Tech where for four years (1999-2003) he served as an assistant and associate head coach.

Cline, who is originally from Williamson, W.Va., returns to the Mountain state after spending the past four seasons on the staff at Oklahoma. Jeff Capel’s first hire upon arriving at OU, Cline helped guide the Sooners to an 82-51 record, two NCAA Tournaments, a 2009 Elite 8 appearance, and a No. 2 national ranking during his stint in Norman.

Cline enjoyed an outstanding playing career at Wake Forest from 1983-1987 (the same span as Tyrone “Muggsy” Bogues) and was a four-year starter. He finished his career with 1,202 points to rank 17th on Wake’s all-time list. He averaged double figures over his final three seasons and served as a co-captain the last two. The Demon Deacons advanced to the NCAA Tournament’s Elite Eight his freshman season. He began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at his alma mater during the 1988-89 campaign.

Cline was as an assistant coach for Virginia Commonwealth under Capel and helped VCU compile a 61-31 record from 2003-2006 which included a trip to the 2004 NCAA Tournament. Cline’s relationship with the Capel family dates back to his days as an assistant coach at Fayetteville State where he served under Capel’s father, Jeff Capel Jr., from 1989-93. Cline helped convert the Broncos from a team that finished at the bottom of the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association’s Southern Division to one of the top programs in the league. He also served as the head men’s golf coach at Fayetteville State and was twice named CIAA Golf Coach of the Year.

The two-time West Virginia High School Player of the Year who earned McDonald’s, Parade and Street & Smith’s high school AllAmerica honors, Cline shot .414 from 3-point range during his collegiate career. Cline, who graduated from Wake Forest in 1988, and his wife Nancy have a daughter, Layla.

He transitioned with Capel Jr., to North Carolina A&T for the 1993-94 season, a year that saw the Aggies claim the Mid-Eastern Athletic Association championship and make an NCAA Tournament appearance. Cline followed Capel Jr., to Old Dominion where he spent five seasons with the Monarchs. He helped ODU reach the NCAA Tournament in 1995 and 1997. In 1999, the Monarchs tied a school record for wins with 25 and were rewarded with an NIT bid.

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DINO PRESLEY ASSISTANT COACH SECOND SEASON KUTZTOWN ‘93

Dino Presley is in his second year as an assistant coach at Marshall University. “I have known Dino for a very long time and his experience will be a wonderful asset to the entire program,” Herron said. “He is a tireless worker who is very well respected by his peers. I’m excited to welcome Dino and his family to the Thundering Herd community.” Presley comes to Marshall from St. Bonaventure where he was on the Bonnies’ staff for the past four years. For his recruiting prowess, Presley was recognized by Hoop Scoop as the 73rd-ranked assistant coach in the nation this past season. Presley’s six-member 2008 recruiting class at St. Bonaventure was ranked in the top 50 by Hoop Scoop and 52nd by Hoopmasters.com columnist Van Coleman. That class helped the Bonnies make a major turnaround as St. Bonaventure broke a streak of six losing seasons by finishing with a 15-15 record that was highlighted by a school record seven-game road win streak and a trip back to the Atlantic 10 Tournament. Included in that group of players that helped turnaround the program in 2008-09 was guard Chris Matthews. Presley’s connections throughout college basketball helped the Bonnies land Matthews who was a transfer from Washington State. In his first season in the brown and white, Matthews finished with 81 three-pointers – the fourth-best total in single-season history.

League Newcomer of the Year and in 2007-08 deemed the league’s Player of the Year and Mid-Major All-American. At East Carolina, Presley helped recruit successful student-athletes such as Tom Hammonds, who made the Conference USA All-Freshman Team in 2004-05. Also while at Towson, Presley landed CAA All-Conference selection Lawrence Hamm. While at Drexel, Presley’s success on the recruiting trail translated into wins on the court for the Dragons. Presley recruited and coached All-Colonial Athletic Association players Robert Battle, Eric Schneider, Phil Gross and Sean Brooks. In 1998-99, Presley helped Drexel to its sixth 20-win season in seven years. A Philadelphia native, Presley graduated from Kutztown University (Pa.) in 1993. He played at Kutztown under coach Bill Whitney and then began his coaching career as a student assistant for Whitney. Presley and his wife, Tonya, have a daughter, Morgan, and a son, Bryce.

Presley served as an assistant coach at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County during the 2005-06 season before heading to St. Bonaventure. He also has been an assistant coach at East Carolina (2003-05), Towson University (2001-03), Drexel (1997-01) and Hampton (1994-95). He spent two seasons as an assistant at Parkway High School in Philadelphia, Pa. Presley’s recruiting efforts have yielded several All-Conference players. While at Towson, Presley landed point guard Mike Green who later transferred to Butler. During his time with the Bulldogs, Green was named the Horizon

THE PRESLEY FILE Hometown:

Philadelphia, Pa.

Education:

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JORGE FERNANDEZ ASSISTANT COACH FIRST SEASON STETSON ‘85

Jorge Fernandez is in his frist season as assistant coach for Marshall University.

vanced to the NCAA Tournament.

“We are very fortunate to have the opportunity to add Jorge Fernandez to our staff and Marshall basketball family,” Herrion said. “His wealth of experience as a college coach will help strengthen our staff and his contacts as a recruiter will only benefit our efforts as we continue to move our program forward.”

The four-year letterwinner at Stetson University began his coaching career as an assistant at Barry University before working as a graduate assistant at Miami from 1989-91. From 1992 through 1995, Fernandez coached a pair of high schools in the Miami area.

Fernandez brings 18 years of collegiate coaching experience to the Herd, having spent the previous seven campaigns with the Hurricanes, including the last four as Associate Head Coach. He helped Miami advance to the postseason on five occasions, including an NCAA Tournament berth in 2008 that saw UM grab a first round win over Saint Mary’s.

Originally a native of New York, Fernandez moved to Miami as a youth, attending Killian High. He is married to the former Sol Maritza Casiano. The couple has two daughters; Alexis and Olivia.

“I am very excited to have the opportunity to work at Marshall University and for Coach Herrion. He is one of the top coaches in the country and I have a great deal of respect for him,” Fernandez said. “Marshall is a program with a great tradition and I am excited to be a part of that. I will do everything I can to help us move forward and win a conference championship.”

“I have known Jorge for a long time and I was overwhelmed by the number of people in our industry who spoke so highly of Jorge,” Herrion continued. “Please join us as we welcome Jorge, his wife Sol and his two daughters Alexis and Olivia to the Thundering Herd community.”

He assisted in leading a Miami team that won 20 or more games in each of the last three years, including a 21-15 mark last season that saw the Hurricanes advance to the quarterfinals of the NIT. Miami grabbed 14 wins over ranked opponents during his tenure. Named one of the nation’s top 25 recruiters by Rivals.com, Fernandez made an immediate impact on the Miami program in his first season, helping a team picked to finish last in the ACC record a 16-13 record and a berth in the NIT. Prior to his stint with the Hurricanes, Fernandez spent two seasons (2002-04) as an assistant coach at the University of South Alabama and seven years (1995-02) with the University of Central Florida. His 1996 squad at UCF ad-

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MIKE BROWN DIR. OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS SECOND SEASON PROVIDENCE ‘96

Michael Brown is in his second season as the Director of Basketball Operations at Marshall University.

contributed 359 assists during his four years, 12th most in Providence history.

Brown comes to Huntington from Dartmouth College where he spent the 2009-10 season as an assistant coach for the 2009-10 staff.

As a senior, Brown was named the team’s Jimmy Walker Most Valuable Player and the Marvin Barnes Defensive Player of the Year. In addition, he received the college’s most prestigious athletic award, the Mal Brown Award, which is given to the Providence senior athlete who best personifies the ideals of sportsmanship, courage and honor. Brown, a native of central New York, graduated in 1996 with a degree in accountancy.

Prior to joining the Big Green staff, Brown served as an assistant coach for two years at Idaho State. In Brown’s two years with the Bengals, he helped the team win 25 games while advancing to the Big Sky Tournament semifinals both seasons. Brown began his collegiate coaching career in the state of Maine at Bowdoin as an assistant during the 2006-07 campaign. He helped coach Tim Gilbride lead the Polar Bears to a 15-10 mark and a fourth consecutive winning season. Brown was a two-time captain and four-year letterwinner with the Providence Friars, and was a big part of the 1994 squad that won the Big East championship. His 104 career starts rank fourth on the Friars’ all-time charts, while his 1,163 points place him 21st. Brown also

Brown played professionally in England from 1996-2004, most notably with the Brighton Bears of the British Basketball League for five years (1999-04). In his final season with the Bears, he helped them to a 30-6 record and the BBL championship. From 2004-06, Brown played for AGE Halkidas in Greece where he earned All-Bosman team honors. Mike and his wife Stephanie reside in Huntington, W.Va.

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Syracuse, N.Y.

Education:

Providence, B.S., 1996

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JOE VARGA STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING FIRST SEASON CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE ‘06

Joe Varga began working at Marshall in the summer of 2011 and is the director of strength and conditioning for the men’s basketball team. Varga comes to Marshall after spending the last three seasons at The Citadel. He served as a graduate assistant with the Bulldogs before becoming the Associate Director of Strength and Conditioning in May of 2010 where he directly oversaw the men’s basketball program. During the 2007-08 season, Varga was the assistant strength and conditioning coach at the University of Rhode Island. He worked primarily with men’s and women’s track and field, men’s and women’s tennis, women’s crew, women’s gymnastics and men’s and women’s swimming. Not all of Varga’s time has been spent in collegiate athletics as he spent the 2007-08 years as a personal trainer at the Borough’s Family Branch YMCA in Westboro, Mass. Varga spent time training individu-

als of all ages and develop challenging workouts to help clients meet their goals. One of Varga’s early jobs in collegiate athletics was at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, Mass. He was the strength and conditioning coach primarily in charge of women’s crew. Varga also interned at the College of Holy Cross from 2006-07. Varga earned a degree in exercise science from Central Connecticut State University and was a member of the football team. His master’s degree in health, exercise and sports science was obtained in the summer of 2011 from The Citadel. Varga is certified as a USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach and a Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He is also a member of USA Weightlifting and the National Strength and Conditioning Association.

Dedicated to the Student-Athlete The Marshall Sports Medicine Department is an established program that continues to grow in size and commitment. Marshall University believes that Sports Medicine involves education, treatment and care, not just to the injury, but of the studentathlete. To provide this optimal health care for student-athletes, the Sports Medicine Department has a group of health care providers composed of a head team physician, a head trainer, assistant trainers, graduate assistant athletic trainers and undergraduate staff. In addition to this, Marshall athletes have access to the area’s finest doctors and medical facilities. Marshall Sports Medicine utilizes a 3,600-square foot training area housed in the athletics center at the football stadium, as well as the Henderson Center training room. These facilities are equipped with therapeutic and rehabilitative equipment and serve as the hub of injury evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation, education and prevention for our student-athletes.

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TOM BELMAGGIO HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER FOURTH SEASON WEST VIRGINIA ‘98 Dr. Chuck Giangarra Tom Belmaggio, in his fourth year at Marshall, owns more than 10 years experience at the college and professional levels. The Morgantown, W.Va., native was previously the assistant athletic trainer at Eastern Kentucky for two years and, in his current post, he oversees Marshall’s athletic training staff and day-to-day sports medicine operations. In addition to his time at EKU, Belmaggio served several organizations over his career, they include: University of Rhode Island (associate athletic trainer), New England Patriots (preseason trainer), Institute of International Sport in Kingston, R.I. (head athletic trainer), Baptist Hospital and Lipscomb University (graduate assistant), West Virginia University (student athletic trainer), Dallas Cowboys (intern). Belmaggio, a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association, graduated from WVU with a bachelor’s degree in exercise physiology in 1998 and earned a master’s in health, physical education, recreation and safety from Middle Tennessee State in 2001.

ORTHOPEDIC PHYSICIAN

Dr. Mitch Shaver MEN’S BASKETBALL HEAD PHYSICIAN Warren Mitchel Shaver, M.D., better known as Mitch, is a life-long resident of Cabell County, W.Va. He first came to Marshall in 1977 as a freshman and has remained with the university ever since. Dr. Shaver received his undergraduate, graduate and medical degrees from MU and completed his Family Practice Residency at Marshall in June, 1993. Dr. Shaver, who developed a keen interest in sports medicine, joined the faculty of MU’s Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine in July, 1993. During the 1996-97 season, he had the privilege of assisting Marshall Head Team Physician Dr. Jose Ricard as men’s basketball primary care team physician and has continued in this role since then. Dr. Shaver is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and received his Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine in 1999. He is a Professor in the Department of Family and Community Health at Marshall and serves as Director of the Family Medicine Residency Program. In addition to his duties at Marshall, Dr. Shaver has provided sideline coverage for Cabell Midland High School football since 1994.

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Graduate Manager

Graduate Manager

Eckerd, 2008

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Josh King is in his first season as a graduate manager at Marshall. King arrives in Huntington after spending the 2009-10 season as an assistant coach at UMASS-Lowell. King began his coaching career in 2008 where spent a season as an assistant at Vassar College. King began his collegiate playing career at East Carolina where he played for two seasons before transferring to NCAA Division II Eckerd College. At Eckerd, he was the co-captain of the Tritons during his senior campaign, starting all 28 games. His team made the NCAA DII Tournament in 2006-08, reaching the Sweet 16 during the 2006-07 season. King played at Trinity High School and finished his career as the third all-time leading scorer in North Carolina high school basketball history (2,577 points). He was named AP Player of the Year as a senior, North Carolina’s “Mr. Basketball” and NCHSAA 3A Player of the Year after averaging 27.1 points per game and leading his team to the 3A State Championship in 2004. For his efforts in that state tournament, he was named Tournament MVP and was a four-time All-County and All-State selection. King was named conference Player of the Year from 2002-04. He broke the North Carolina record for career three-pointers (416, shattering the previous record of 275), single season threepointers (164) and most three-pointers made in a game (12).

ROBERT AMIS Graduate Manager Adams State, 2011

Robert Amis enters his first season with the Marshall Thundering Herd as a graduate manager. He comes to Marshall after having spent last season as an assistant coach at Trinity Valley Community College in Athens, Texas under one of the most successful junior college coaches in the country Pat Smith. Before Trinity Valley Amis was an assistant coach for Kentucky High School powerhouse Perry County Central. His father, John Paul Amis, is a member of the Kentucky High School Hall of Fame. Robert played two seasons at NAIA University of Virginia’s College at Wise. A native of Hazard, Ky., Amis earned his bachelor’s degree in 2011 from Adams State College.

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Adam Simmons is in his second season as a graduate manager at Marshall. A 2010 Pikeville College graduate, Simmons was a threeyear letterwinner for the Bears’ basketball team. Simmons played in 57 games, shooting 45.6% (57-of-125) from the field and 38.3% (28of-73) from three-point range. Graduating with a 3.62 GPA, Simmons took home NAIA Academic All-American honors as a senior. Simmons also earned Academic All-Conference honors three times and was a three-time Mid-South Conference Champions of Character nominee. Simmons also lettered in golf and cross country at Pikeville.

WILL FINCH Graduate Manager Indiana, 2007

Will Finch is in his first season as a graduate manager with the Marshall men’s basketball staff. He comes to Marshall after serving as an assistant coach for NAIA Saint Catharine College in Kentucky, under head coach J.T. Burton. Prior to St. Catharine, Finch spent the 2009-10 season as the director of basketball operations on head coach Ray McCallum’s staff at the University of Detroit, helping the program achieve a 20-win season. He also has spent time at Joe Abunassar’s Impact Basketball in Las Vegas where he organized the renowned basketball training center’s management and aided in the on-court training of NBA-caliber players. Finch started his basketball career as an undergraduate manager at Indiana University under current UAB head coach Mike Davis. He completed his Bachelors of Science degree in Sports CommunicationBroadcasting in 2007 under the tutelage of current Houston Rockets associate head coach Kelvin Sampson. Finch, received a Masters of Science in Sports Marketing and Management from Indiana University in December of 2008. He is currently working towards a second post graduate degree here at Marshall.

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JENIFER MULLINS

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Assistant Equipment Manager

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Marshall, 2001

Jennifer Mullins joined the men’s basketball office in October 2011 as its program assistant. Her duties are to assist in the everyday office needs of the coaches. A Marshall graduate, Mullins came back to the Herd after working six years at Marathon Petroleum Co. in Catlettsburg, Kentucky. She earned her bachelor’s degree in business management and earned a minor in marketing and entrepreneurship. Mullins plans on starting graduate school to pursue a master’s degree in human resources.

STEVEN SCHOON Associate Media Relations Director

Zac Littleton joined the Marshall equipment staff in August of 2004. He serves as the Assistant Athletic Equipment Manager and is directly responsible for Marshall’s Olympic sport programs. Prior to his arrival in Huntington, Littleton served as an Assistant Equipment Manager at the University of Connecticut from 2002 to 2004. His responsibilities included men’s and women’s swimming, men’s and women’s golf, cheerleading and men’s and women’s basketball. During his tenure at UConn, he was a part of four NCAA national championship teams (three women’s basketball, one men’s basketball) Littleton, a native of Milton, W.Va., earned a B.A. in sports management and marketing from Marshall in 2001. He is a certified member of the Athletic Equipment Managers Association (AEMA). Littleton and his wife Erin have one daughter, Isabella.

STUDENT MANAGERS

Kansas, 2008

Steven Schoon enters his first year as associate sports information director at Marshall and serves as the media contact for the Herd men’s basketball team. He comes to Marshall after having spent two years as assistant media relations director at Louisiana Tech where he was the contact for men’s basketball, women’s soccer and women’s tennis. Before LA Tech, Schoon spent the 2008-09 school year as an intern at Florida International University. While at FIU, he was the media contact for volleyball, softball and swimming and diving. In the spring of 2008, Schoon worked as an intern for the National Association of Basketball Coaches and in May 2008, graduated from the University of Kansas with a degree in sports and fitness management. A native of Winfield, Kan., he worked three years as a student assistant in the KU media relations office and was the media contact for the Jayhawk men and women cross country teams in the fall of 2007. Schoon ran cross country and track at Cowley County Community College from 2003-05.

Neal Scags (Head Manager)

Chad Anderson

Nick Gilkerson

Corey Harshbarger

James Updike

Jonathan Washburn

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DAMIER PITTS

SENIOR - GUARD 5-10, 165 lbs. CHARLOTTE, N.C. HARGRAVE MILITARY ACADEMY

2010-11 (JUNIOR): Led team in scoring with 16.2 PPG…hit 84.4% (119-141) free throws, fifth in C-USA…led team with 118 assists despite playing in 25 games…missed first nine games before returning against VMI in December…hit double figures in 21 out of 25 games he played…began season with four-consecutive double digit outings before recording a then-career high of 25 at St. Bonaventure…set career mark with five three-pointers against the Bonnies…recorded second 20-point outing in home win over Southern Miss with 20 points including a perfect 10-10 showing from the free throw line…notched another 25-point effort in win over No. 21 West Virginia…hit 10-of-11 free throw attempts in victory over the Mountaineers while blocking his first career shot…reset career mark with 28 points in road win at ECU…tied personal best with five treys…had 19 points in consecutive wins over Tulsa and SMU…recorded 12 or more points in final seven games of the season…wrapped up the regular season with 25 points (10-11 FT) in home win over UCF…tied career high with 28 points in C-USA Tournament opener against Houston, hit 14-of-18 free throws while tying his top effort of ten assists…finished season with 17 points in CIT game against Ohio U. 2009-10 (SOPHOMORE): Team leader in assists (139)...was third on team in scoring (10.4)...fourth on team in steals (22)...missed the season opener against North Carolina A&T on Nov. 15) due to a concussion... went 6-of-6 in the final 4:34 from the free throw line on his way to eight points in first game of year against Middle Tennessee (11/17)...added three assists and one rebound...shot 6-of-8 from the field and 2-of-3 from three-point range to score a team high 14 points in loss to Old Dominion (11/21)...registered a career high four steals and tied career high with six made field goals...made first start of season against Lamar (11/25) and led team with 14 points and seven assists...committed only one turnover in 29 minutes of work...led team in minutes played with 30 in final game of Global Sports Invitational against Ohio Nov. 28...missed for the first time from the free throw line but went 2-of-3 from the line for a total of seven points...made a pair of free throws before the tip when Salem (12/3) was issued a technical foul for dunking...dished out a season best eight assists...scored five points, pulled down three rebounds, and had one steal in 12 minutes...tied career high with four three-pointers (4-of-5) recorded seven assists, and tied season best with four rebounds....scored in double figures for third time in fivegame stretch with 11 points in C-USA opener against Southern Miss (1/5)... made seven assists and added three rebounds against the Golden Eagles... Tallied 17 points and tied career high to go along with five rebounds and two assists at East Carolina Jan. 9...reset career high with nine rebounds at Houston Jan. 30...posted a season best nine assists to go along with 11 points against Rio Grande (2/16)...started for the first time since Jan. 30 against UAB Feb. 17...tied season highs by going 6-of-6 from the free throw line...four of those free throws came in the final three minutes of the game... went 2-of-5 from the field and made one three-point field goal (in three attempts) to score 11 points...was 3-of-5 from three-point range and 4-of-9

Year GP-GS 2008-09 32-30 2009-10 31-25 2010-11 25-23 Totals 88-78

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Min. 922 856 802 2580

Avg. 28.8 27.6 32.1 29.3

FG-GA 88-254 96-216 119-294 303-764

Pct 3FG-A .346 40-132 .444 42-114 .405 47-147 .397 129-393

overall from the field...scored a season high 19 points despite not scoring until 50 seconds remaining in regulation during the 121-115 triple overtime victory against UCF Feb. 27...was 15-of-18 from the free throw line, the third most made free throw and third most free throw attempts in school history...played a career high 41 minutes (of a possible 55) against the Knights...scored three points, charted four assists and had four rebounds in the regular season finale Mar. 2 against UTEP...scored five points, made four assists, and had two assists in quarterfinal loss to Tulsa in the C-USA Tournament Mar. 11...reset career high with 24 points against Western Carolina in the first round of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament Mar. 16...went 15-of-16 from the free throw line including the game winning free throws that were a result of a technical foul with 0.5 seconds remaining against the Catamounts...scored 10 points and had eight assists in loss to Appalachian State in quarterfinals of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament Mar. 22. 2008-09 (FRESHMAN): Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman team by a vote of head coaches and media members from across the league...started 30-of-32 games...led team in assists with 103 and free throw percentage (.841, 95-of-113)...made 32-of-34 free throws in the final two minutes of games during his rookie campaign...was 12th in C-USA in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.45) and 15th in C-USA in assists...averaged 9.7 points per game...second on the squad in made three-pointers (40)...played team-high 23 mins vs WVU Tech (11/16); netted 5 pts with 2 assists...in three Glenn Wilkes Classic games average 10.3 ppg (13-15 FT) but struggled from floor (8-for-34, 23.5 pct) and three-point range (2-for-11, 18.2 pct); scored team-high 18 pts vs. UW-Green Bay...named C-USA Co-Rookie of the Week on Dec. 8 (with Tyreke Evans of Memphis)...after averaging team-best 15.5 pts in two games; he posted a 3.5 assist/turnover ratio (7 assts, 2 turnovers) and went 6-for-13 (46.2 pct) from three-point distance on the week...

CAREER HIGHS Points: _______________________ 28 (vs. Houston, 3/9/11) FG: ________________________8 (3x, last vs Tulsa, 2/23/11) FGA: ___________________17 (vs. UW-Green Bay, 11/22/08) 3-Pt FG: ____________________ 5 (2x, last vs. ECU, 2/12/11) 3-Pt FGA: _________________________ 11 (at UTEP, 3/2/11) FT: ____________ 15 (2x, last vs. Western Carolina, 3/16/10) FTA: ____________________18 (2x, last vs Houston (3/9/11) Rebounds: _____________________ 9 (at Houston, 1/31/10) Assists: _________________ 10 (2x, last vs. Houston, 3/9/11) Steals: __________________ 4 (at Old Dominion, 11/21/09) Blocked Shots: _______________ 1 (2x, last vs. UAB, 2/9/11) Minutes Played: __________________ 41 (vs. UCF, 2/27/10)

Pitts’ Career Statistics Pct FT-FTA Pct Off .303 95-113 .841 12 .368 89-107 .832 16 .320 119-141 .844 15 .328 303-361 .839 43

Def 35 67 55 157

Tot Avg PF 47 1.5 63 83 2.7 65 70 2.8 68 200 2.3 196

FO 1 0 3 4

A 103 147 118 368

TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 71 0 27 311 9.7 76 0 22 323 10.4 70 3 16 404 16.2 217 3 65 1038 11.8

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scored 17 pts on 6-11 FG with critical late three-pointer of comeback win vs UT-Arlington (12/13); four assists with one turnover in game high 33 mins... registered first career double-double (13p, 10a) for MU’s first double-double with assists in five years; went 4-for-4 from the free throw line with under 20 seconds left of five-pt win over Ohio (12/17)...scored 10 pts with 5 assists and went 2-for-2 from the charity stripe with 33 second left of MU’s win over Cumberlands (12/20)...led Marshall with a season high 21 points in the win over UCF (2/28)...cored 10 points in the win over Rice (3/4)...scored six points at UAB (3/7)...Tallied 12 points, three rebounds, and one steal against Rice in first round of C-USA Tournament. HIGH SCHOOL: Led Hargrave Military Academy (Va.) to a 29-0 record and the 2008 National Prep Championship, played at Madison Square Garden, where he averaged 26 ppg in three Tiger wins to capture the national title...

netted 22 points with eight rebounds, four assists and three steals in the championship game...ranked the No. 8 point guard and No. 96 overall player for the Class of ‘08 by Scout.com...averaged 25 points and nine assists...named MVP and first team all-state...played AAU ball for the Carolina Raptors, where he averaged 40 points, seven assists and four rebounds per game...led Panthers to the 15-under national title in Kingswood, Texas... graduated with a 3.8 GPA...chose Marshall over Oklahoma, South Carolina and South Florida. PERSONAL: Born Dec. 3, 1989...son of Dale and Dena Pitts...father played football at Johnson C. Smith...lists Chris Paul as his favorite player...a management major.

PITTS GAME-BY-GAME Opponent VMI at James Madison BINGHAMTON* at St. Bonaventure* at UCF* SOUTHERN MISS* SAVANNAH STATE* at Memphis* vs West Virginia* ECU* at UAB* MEMPHIS* at Houston* at Southern Miss* UAB* at ECU* RICE* at Tulane* TULSA* SMU* at UTEP* UCF* vs Houston* vs UTEP* OHIO* *Starter

Opponent North Carolina A&T Middle Tenn. Old Dominion Lamar* Ohio* Salem* Binghamton* Troy* Brescia* High Point* North Carolina* Troy* St. Bonaventure* Southern Miss* East Carolina* UCF Tulane West Virginia* UAB* Memphis* Houston* Tulsa East Carolina Rio Grande UAB* Tulsa* Tulane* Rice* UCF* UTEP SMU* Tulsa* Western Carolina* Appalachian State* *Starter

MP 21 21 33 32 28 36 35 33 36 33 30 26 34 35 37 35 33 34 28 37 34 31 36 32 32

(Junior: 2010-11) FG 3FG FT 4-8 3-6 2-4 4-11 3-8 2-2 5-13 2-8 6-6 7-13 5-9 6-10 2-11 1-7 0-0 4-7 2-3 10-10 2-6 2-4 9-10 4-16 1-7 5-5 6-13 3-8 10-11 3-11 2-5 2-2 4-13 0-2 0-0 4-10 2-4 7-10 4-13 1-6 5-7 3-13 0-4 3-5 8-13 1-4 2-2 8-12 5-8 7-8 4-11 1-6 2-2 2-10 0-4 4-4 8-13 3-5 0-0 6-15 3-9 4-4 3-13 2-11 4-4 7-11 1-3 10-11 6-11 2-6 14-18 4-14 0-5 4-4 7-13 2-5 1-2

O-D-R A TO Bl 2-1-3 4 2 0 0-1-1 2 2 0 0-2-2 4 1 0 0-1-1 2 5 0 0-3-3 5 2 0 1-3-4 4 4 0 0-3-3 4 5 0 1-0-1 3 3 0 1-3-4 5 2 1 0-1-1 4 3 0 0-2-2 4 2 0 2-3 5 1 1 2-2-4 4 2 0 2-3-5 3 2 0 1-1-2 3 2 1 0-2-2 3 9 0 1-2-3 5 2 0 0-2-2 4 3 0 0-5-5 8 1 0 0-2-2 6 4 0 1-2-3 7 3 0 0-4-4 8 1 0 0-3-3 10 4 0 1-1-2 9 2 0 0-3-3 2 3 0

(Sophomore: 2009-10) MP FG 3FG FT O-D-R DNP-injury 19 1-2 0-1 6-6 1-0-1 24 6-8 2-3 0-0 1-0-1 29 4-8 1-4 5-5 0-1-1 30 2-9 1-4 2-3 1-3-4 12 1-3 1-2 2-2 0-3-3 20 0-3 0-2 0-2 0-0-0 25 5-7 4-5 2-2 0-4-4 21 4-6 1-3 2-2 0-1-1 22 6-10 2-3 4-4 1-1-2 29 1-7 1-5 0-0 2-2-4 35 4-7 3-6 0-0 2-0-2 29 2-7 0-2 4-4 0-1-1 31 4-10 2-7 1-3 0-3-3 31 6-11 3-7 2-2 0-5-5 DNP-team suspension 15 3-4 1-1 2-2 0-1-1 26 2-7 0-4 0-0 0-3-3 32 5-9 1-2 2-2 0-3-3 32 5-9 4-6 4-6 1-3-4 32 4-9 3-5 1-2 3-6-9 DNP-team suspension 21 1-3 0-0 2-2 0-2-2 21 4-4 1-1 2-2 0-2-2 27 2-5 1-3 6-6 0-0-0 32 4-9 3-5 2-4 1-4-5 29 1-7 0-3 3-5 2-2-4 27 2-5 2-4 0-0 0-2-2 41 2-5 0-2 15-18 0-3-3 29 3-9 1-7 0-0 0-4-4 34 3-5 0-2 3-4 0-1-1 33 1-8 1-4 2-2 1-1-2 34 4-8 1-3 15-16 0-5-5 34 4-12 2-8 0-1 0-1-1

St Pts 0 13 0 13 1 14.7 0 25 1 5 1 20 0 15 2 14 0 25 3 10 0 8 2 17 0 14 0 9 0 19 0 28 0 11 0 8 1 19 0 19 1 12 1 25 3 28 0 12 0 17

A TO Bl St Pts 3 4 7 4 8 3 7 2 4 5 3 5 7 2

4 2 1 1 2 3 2 1 2 3 5 2 1 1

0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

8 14 14 7 5 0 16 11 18 3 11 8 11 17

1 1 5 7 6

2 3 0 2 8

0 0 0 0 0

0 1 2 0 0

15 4 13 18 12

7 9 6 4 3 6 3 4 8 4 4 8

1 3 2 2 1 4 4 2 4 3 2 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0

4 11 11 13 5 6 19 7 9 5 24 10

Opponent MP WVU Tech* 23 vs. Morgan State* 23 vs. UW-Green Bay* 34 vs. Mississippi* 23 Old Dominion* 36 East Tennessee State* 37 at Boston University* 35 UT-Arlington* 33 Ohio* 36 Cumberlands* 35 at Dayton* 33 Tennessee State* 32 at San Diego* 28 at Memphis* 30 East Carolina* 28 vs. West Virginia* 30 at Tulsa* 34 SMU* 34 at UCF* 14 at Southern Miss* 28 UAB* 35 Tulsa* 21 Tulane 12 Rio Grande 24 at UTEP 20 Houston* 28 at Tulane* 27 at East Carolina* 19 UCF* 33 Rice* 32 at UAB* 31 Rice 34 *Starter

(Freshman: 2008-09) FG 3FG FT O-D-R 2-8 1-4 0-0 0-0-0 2-7 0-2 0-0 1-0-1 4-17 0-4 10-11 3-2-5 2-10 2-5 3-4 0-0-0 3-5 1-3 0-1 0-3-3 4-13 3-9 0-0 0-0-0 4-7 3-4 9-11 0-2-2 6-11 2-5 3-6 1-1-2 3-7 1-3 6-7 0-0-0 3-7 0-1 4-5 0-3-3 1-6 1-6 1-2 0-3-3 4-8 2-5 4-4 0-1-1 2-6 1-3 9-9 0-0-0 3-12 2-7 3-4 0-0-0 0-2 0-1 6-6 0-1-1 4-10 2-3 1-1 0-0-0 5-10 1-5 8-9 0-3-3 2-5 2-5 0-0 0-0-0 0-3 0-1 0-0 3-1-4 5-9 2-5 6-6 0-1-1 0-12 0-7 2-4 1-1-2 2-9 2-5 0-0 0-0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 3-9 1-6 2-2 1-4-5 4-10 1-5 0-1 1-0-1 3-4 1-2 4-4 0-1-1 0-5 0-1 0-1 0-0-0 3-7 0-3 2-3 1-0-1 5-10 4-6 7-7 0-2-2 3-7 2-4 2-2 0-1-1 2-10 1-7 1-2 0-2-2 4-7 2-5 2-2 0-3-3

A 2 2 1 1 7 4 3 4 10 5 3 6 5 3 4 4 0 8 2 5 3 1 1 6 4 2 3 1 1 2 0 0

TO 2 3 1 6 1 0 2 1 3 3 5 3 2 1 2 2 0 2 5 3 0 1 1 4 2 6 2 1 1 1 2 3

Bl St Pts 0 1 5 0 0 4 0 2 18 0 3 9 0 3 7 0 1 11 0 0 20 0 3 17 0 1 13 0 0 10 0 0 4 0 3 14 0 1 14 0 1 11 0 1 6 0 0 11 0 1 19 0 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 18 0 1 2 0 1 6 0 1 0 0 1 9 0 0 9 0 0 11 0 1 0 0 0 8 0 0 21 0 0 10 0 0 6 0 1 34

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SENIOR - GUARD 6-3, 205 lbs. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ROBERT E. LEE HS

2010-11 (JUNIOR): Played in 33 games while starting 16 as a junior, including the opening 11 games of the campaign…reached double digits in first four games of the season, including 18 against Jackson State where he hit 7-of-10 free throws…notched 17 points in win over FIU…chipped in 19 points, a season high, vs. VMI, connected on six shots and five free throws…led the team with 15 points in road game at UCF…helped Herd to home win over Memphis with ten points…scored 14 in road win at East Carolina…hit all eight free throw attempts against Rice…hit four buckets and all four free throws en route to 12 points in C-USA Tournament game against UTEP. 2009-10 (SOPHOMORE): Concluded the year second on team in assists (98) and steals (35)...was fourth on the squad in scoring (9.6 ppg)...shot 46.6% (109-of-234) from the field and 32.1% (25-of-78) from beyond the three-point arc...opened season by tying career high with 22 points against North Carolina A&T Nov. 15...also reset career high for most made field goals in a game with eight...was 5-of-6 from the free throw line...scored 11 points, grabbed six rebounds, recorded five assists, and had two steals against Middle Tennessee (11/17)...played a team high 31 minutes against Old Dominion on Nov. 21..reset career high with 14 field goal attempts and tied career high with six three-point field goal attempts vs. North Carolina Dec. 22...connected on seven field goals and two three-point attempts for a team high 16 points against the Tar Heels...scored what proved to be the gamewinner with a layup with 16 seconds remaining in rematch at Troy Dec. 28...posted 11 points and four assistsagainst St. Bonaventure Jan. 2...opened Conference USA play by scoring 12 points and pulling in five rebounds against Southern Miss (1/5)...came off the bench for the first time against East Carolina Jan. 9 to tally nine points (5-of-5 from the free throw line) four rebounds and four assists...played 41 of a possible 55 minutes in the 121-115 triple overtime victory over UCF on Feb. 27...scored 13 points on 5-of-8 shooting...posted a season high seven rebounds...dished out five assists...blocked first shot since Lamar game Nov. 25....had two rebounds and one steal in 15 minutes off the bench to end the regular season at SMU (3/6)...posted nine points (5-of-5 from free throw line) in Conference USA Quarterfinals against Tulsa...returned to starting lineup and responded with a 6-of-7 performance from the free throw line against Western Carolina in the first round of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament...went 3-of-5 from the field for six points before fouling out against Appalachian State Mar. 22 (CIT quarterfinals). 2008-09 (FRESHMAN): Started 27-of-32 appearances...Led squad in steals with 31...third amongest the cagers in assists (67) and fourth in rebounding (3.1 rpg)...averaged 9.6 points per game...scored a team high 19 pts on 6-of8 shooting (4-5 3FG) in 16 minutes...in three Glenn Wilkes Classic games (11/21-23), averaged team best 14.3 ppg and added 5.0 rpg, 1.0 apg and 1.0

Year GP-GS Min. 2008-09 32-27 855 2009-10 34-31 871 2010-11 33-16 861 TOTAL 99-74 2587

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Avg. 26.7 25.6 26.1 26.1

FG-GA 105-218 112-239 89-223 306-680

Pct 3FG-A .482 25-77 .469 25-79 .399 22-78 .450 72-234

spg...sank MU’s last FG in each contest, including three-pt field goals with seconds remaining in narrow losses to Morgan State and Ole Miss...scored 7 of his 10 pts in second half and added two critical steals with under three minutes left of MU’s dramatic win vs Old Dominion (11/29)..held to under 10 pts vs. East Tennessee State (12/2); dished out six assists...netted 15 points (5-7 FG, 4-4 FT) with five rebounds, two assists in 33 minutes of win at Boston University (12/6)...went 3-of-6 from the field during win vs UT Arlington (12/13)...started, but played only 12 minutes (0-1 FG, 2 turnovers) vs. Ohio (12/17)...ankle injury in practice before game vs Tennessee State (12/28) resulted in a season low six minutes...netted back-to-back threepointers in waning moments of loss at San Diego (1/2) that pulled MU to within seven pts after trailing by 31; scored 11 points off bench...Charted MU’s first field goal of game at Memphis (1/7); a highlight-reel, one-handed putback dunk off a Chris Lutz three-point miss; scored six points with four rebounds as a starter after two-game stretch coming off the bench...perfect from the floor for first time of career (4-4 FG) for nine pts, three rebounds in 30 minutes off bench vs. East Carolina (1/10)..came off the bench and scored 15 second half points on 4-of-7 shooting and dished out a gamehigh five assists against West Virginia (1/14) HIGH SCHOOL: Named Florida Class 5A Player of the Year as a junior and senior for Robert E. Lee High School in Jacksonville...averaged 24.8 points, 8.7 rebounds, 7.6 assists and 3.5 steals per game in final season...scored a school-record 2,205 points as a prep...Class 5A First Team All-State selection on three occasions...became first player in Robert E. Lee history to earn a Division I scholarship...second runner-up for Mr. Basketball in the state of Florida...led team to a 21-5 record and Gateway Conference title as a senior...shot 46 percent from the 3-point line as a senior...coached by Stephen

CAREER HIGHS Points: _______________ 22 (2x, last vs. N.C. A&T, 11/15/09) FG: _________________________ 8 (vs. N.C. A&T, 11/15/09) FGA: ___________________ 14 (at North Carolina, 12/22/09) 3-Pt FG: __________________ 4 (2x, last vs. Salem, 12/3/09) 3-Pt FGA: __________ 6 (3x, last at North Carolina, 12/22/09) FT: ____________________________ 11 (vs. Tulane, 2/7/09) FTA: ___________________________ 13 (vs. Tulane, 2/7/09) Rebounds: _______________ 8 (vs UW-Green Bay, 11/22/08) Assists: ____________________________ 9 (at UCF, 1/25/09) Steals: _____________________4 (4x, last vs. SMU, 2/26/11) Blocked Shots: __________2 (3x, last vs. Memphis, 1/29/11) Minutes Played: __________________ 41 (vs. UCF, 2/27/10)

Johnson’s Career Statistics Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def .325 73-102 .716 27 73 .316 75-110 .682 29 77 .282 87-124 .702 23 73 .308 235-336 .699 79 223

Tot 100 106 96 302

Avg PF 3.1 88 3.1 82 2.9 81 3.1 251

FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 0 67 58 2 31 308 9.6 1 101 50 5 35 324 9.5 1 67 65 8 26 287 8.7 2 235 173 15 92 919 9.3

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Jenkins...led Jacksonville Lee Bulls AAU team to a Florida state title and top16 national ranking in 2007...attended Reebok’s ABCD and RBKU camp... ranked the No. 32 point guard in the nation by Scout.com...chose Marshall over Minnesota, VCU, Tulane, UCF and Jacksonville...graduated with a 3.71 GPA and was named to the Who’s Who Among America’s Scholars list. PERSONAL: Born Apr. 11, 1990...Son of Derrell Johnson and Pamela Hasty, step-son of Rosalyn Johnson...has a double major of sports management and marketing...grandmother is Carolyn Johnson...father is a high school

girls basketball coach and played football at Nicholls State and mother played basketball at Millersville (Pa.) University...has three brothers – Christopher Hasty, Derrell Johnson II and the late Dante Anderson – and a sister, Janasia Johnson...cousin of Cameron Wells, the 2008 Southern Conference Men’s Basketball Freshman of the Year at The Citadel...late grandfather, Ivery Black, was football coach at Texas Southern and served as a professional sports agent with a client list that included former New York Giants’ linebacker and NFL Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor...a sports management and marketing major.

JOHNSON GAME-BY-GAME Opponent WEST VIRGINIA TECH* GLENVILLE STATE* UT-CHATTANOOGA* JACKSONVILLE STATE* at LOUISVILLE* FIU* at Ohio* JAMES MADISON* at Savannah State * VMI* at James Madison* at St. Bonaventure at UCF SOUTHERN MISS SAVANNAH STATE at Memphis vs West Virginia ECU* at UAB* MEMPHIS* at Houston* at Southern Miss UAB* at ECU RICE at Tulane TULSA SMU at UTEP UCF vs Houston vs UTEP OHIO * Starter

MP 28 22 36 33 28 30 34 33 36 26 19 29 29 23 24 22 28 30 25 33 29 27 20 27 17 27 19 20 18 22 20 25 22

(Junior: 2010-11) FG 3FG FT O-D-R 3-12 0-5 4-4 1-6-7 5-9 1-3 0-0 1-2-3 4-12 1-5 1-5 0-3-3 5-10 1-3 7-10 0-0-0 2-8 0-2 1-2 1-2-3 4-7 3-4 6-9 1-1-2 4-10 1-5 0-0 2-4-6 3-9 1-1 5-7 0-2-2 1-9 0-1 2-2 0-2-2 6-8 2-3 5-7 2-2-4 0-4 0-3 2-2 0-1-1 5-10 0-2 4-5 0-3-3 4-8 0-0 7-8 0-1-1 3-9 0-2 1-4 2-4-6 3-5 2-3 3-5 1-0-1 1-6 0-3 1-2 0-2-2 2-7 1-4 2-2 0-1-1 3-6 2-4 1-5 1-5-6 2-4 1-1 1-2 0-2-2 4-10 1-3 1-3 0-5-5 3-4 1-1 0-0 1-0-1 3-7 1-2 0-0 0-3-3 2-4 1-2 0-0 0-0-0 4-5 2-3 4-6 0-4-4 0-4 0-2 8-8 1-0-1 2-4 0-2 1-2 1-1-2 2-5 0-1 4-6 2-5-7 1-2 0-0 3-4 1-2-3 1-4 0-2 0-0 2-1-3 1-3 0-1 0-0 1-2-3 0-2 0-1 7-8 0-2-2 4-8 0-2 4-4 0-3-3 2-8 0-2 2-2 2-2-4

A 4 3 5 1 3 4 0 6 1 2 2 0 1 3 1 2 2 5 1 3 1 0 2 3 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 0 1

TO 2 2 0 6 4 1 3 2 3 7 1 1 0 0 1 2 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 5 2 0 3 1 1 2 0 1 1

Bl 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

St Pts 3 10 0 11 0 10 4 18 2 5 0 17 3 9 2 12 0 4 1 19 0 2 0 14 1 15 0 7 0 11 1 3 2 7 0 9 0 6 1 10 0 7 0 7 0 5 0 14 0 8 0 5 0 8 4 5 0 2 1 2 0 7 1 12 0 6

Opponent N.C. A&T* Middle Tenn* Old Dominion* Lamar* Ohio* Salem* Binghamton* Troy* Brescia* High Point* North Carolina* Troy* St. Bonaventure* Southern Miss* East Carolina UCF* Tulane* West Virginia* UAB* Memphis* Houston* Tulsa* East Carolina* Rio Grande* UAB* Tulsa* Tulane* Rice* UCF* UTEP* SMU Tulsa Western Carolina* Appalachian State* *Starter

MP 31 29 31 30 29 12 27 21 24 21 26 26 25 29 25 29 28 31 30 32 27 31 20 23 28 25 27 21 41 23 15 18 17 19

(Sophomore: 2009-10) FG 3FG FT O-D-R 8-11 1-2 5-6 0-1-1 5-9 0-1 1-3 3-3-6 2-5 0-1 0-0 1-1-2 5-9 3-4 0-1 1-5-6 1-4 1-2 6-6 0-3-3 4-5 4-5 0-0 1-0-1 1-5 0-2 4-4 1-2-3 5-7 3-4 0-0 0-3-3 5-9 2-2 1-1 0-1-1 5-7 2-3 5-7 1-3-4 7-14 2-6 0-0 0-1-1 3-10 0-3 0-0 1-1-2 4-7 1-3 2-7 0-1-1 4-11 0-5 4-4 0-5-5 2-5 0-2 5-5 0-4-4 4-11 1-2 5-9 2-1-3 5-6 1-1 7-8 1-2-3 2-7 2-4 1-4 1-4-5 3-10 0-2 0-2 3-1-4 3-11 0-4 4-8 0-4-4 2-4 1-2 1-2 1-0-1 4-10 0-0 0-0 3-1-4 3-5 0-2 0-0 1-4-5 4-7 0-3 2-2 1-0-1 3-6 0-0 3-4 0-3-3 1-4 0-0 1-2 0-0-0 3-5 0-1 1-3 0-4-4 1-8 0-4 4-4 2-3-5 5-8 1-2 2-4 1-6-7 2-5 0-1 0-1 2-1-3 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-2-2 2-5 0-1 5-5 1-2-3 1-2 0-0 6-7 1-2-3 3-5 0-1 0-1 0-3-3

A 3 5 3 3 4 1 2 5 1 3 1 1 4 4 4 3 6 5 2 4 2 4 4 7 2 2 2 2 5 1 0 1 2 3

TO 0 2 2 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 3 0 1 1 1 3 2 4 2 1 1 3 1 0 2 0 3 2 2 2 3 2 0 1

Bl 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

St 0 2 0 2 2 1 0 2 3 4 3 0 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0

Pts 22 11 4 14 9 12 6 13 13 17 16 6 11 12 9 14 18 7 6 10 6 8 6 10 9 3 7 6 13 4 0 9 8 6

Opponent WVU Tech* vs Morgan State* vs UW-Green Bay* vs Mississippi* OLD DOMINION* EAST TENN. STATE* at Boston University* UT ARLINGTON* OHIO* CUMBERLANDS* at Dayton* TENNESSEE STATE at San Diego at Memphis* EAST CAROLINA vs West Virginia Tulsa* SMU* at UCF* at Southern Miss* UAB* TULSA* TULANE* RIO GRANDE at UTEP* HOUSTON* at Tulane* at East Carolina* UCF* Rice* at UAB* Rice * Starter

MP 16 22 29 32 34 28 33 24 12 22 19 6 23 22 30 29 30 16 31 33 32 15 37 27 22 35 37 36 35 27 30 31

(Freshman: 2008-09) FG 3FG FT O-D-R 6-8 4-5 3-4 1-1-2 5-9 2-6 1-3 0-4-4 6-11 1-3 2-6 4-4-8 3-7 1-2 8-10 0-3-3 3-8 2-5 2-2 0-1-1 4-7 1-3 0-0 1-3-4 5-7 1-2 4-4 1-4-5 3-6 1-2 0-1 1-3-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 3-7 0-1 2-2 0-1-1 1-4 0-1 3-4 1-1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 4-10 2-5 1-3 0-1-1 3-9 0-1 0-2 2-2-4 4-4 1-1 0-0 1-2-3 4-7 1-3 6-7 1-1-2 1-8 0-3 4-4 1-1-2 0-4 0-1 0-0 1-1-2 5-9 0-2 2-7 1-1-2 7-12 2-6 0-0 0-4-4 1-2 0-0 4-4 0-0-0 2-4 0-1 4-4 1-1-2 5-11 1-3 11-12 1-2-3 2-4 0-1 3-4 1-1-2 1-4 0-1 0-0 1-4-5 7-12 0-2 2-4 2-5-7 4-9 3-5 2-2 0-2-2 5-8 1-2 1-2 0-6-6 1-6 0-4 0-0 0-3-3 4-5 0-1 0-0 1-3-4 2-4 1-2 3-4 2-5-7 4-11 0-3 5-6 2-1-3

A TO Bl 0 2 0 0 3 1 2 3 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 6 3 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 1 2 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 2 0 5 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 9 1 0 0 3 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 5 2 0 6 2 0 1 2 0 3 3 0 2 2 0 4 1 0 2 1 0 2 2 0 0 5 0 2 1 3

St 2 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 4 1 1 0 1 3 0 1 2 1

Pts 19 13 15 15 10 9 15 7 0 8 5 0 11 6 9 15 6 0 12 16 6 8 22 7 2 16 13 12 2 8 8 13

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DAGO PENA

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SENIOR - FORWARD 6-6, 220 lbs. SANTO DOMINGO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC CHARLOTTE HS (Fla.) 2010-11 (JUNIOR): Started 12 games as a junior while playing in 32 contests…missed two games following an injury at James Madison…averaged 7.2 PPG…led MU with 54 three-pointers and a 41.5% three-point shooting percentage…finished fifth in the league in three-point shooting…connected on a trey in 26-of-32 games…opened his junior season with what would be a season high 17 points vs. WVU Tech…reached double figures in opening five games of the season…knocked down at least two treys in the first seven games…notched 12-point efforts in games against Chattanooga and Louisville…set career mark with 10 rebounds at Savannah State while scoring nine points…next double digit game came in the form of a 17-point outing in home game against ECU…tied career mark with five three pointers against the Pirates…followed that up with 14 tallies at UAB…scored 11 points against Tulane before knocking in 12 in the home game against Rice…assisted MU in its comeback in C-USA Tournament against Houston with three three-pointers…did not score a point in the final two games of the season (UTEP and Ohio).

2008-09 (FRESHMAN): Played in 21 games, starting three before shoulder surgery ended season early...averaged 4.7 points and 2.0 rebounds per game...came off bench for 15 mins in collegiate debut vs WVU Tech (11/16), netting 5 points with three rebounds, two assists, and a steal...In three Glenn Wilkes Classic games, played 3.0 mpg and went 0-for-1 from the floor...did not play against Old Dominion or East Tenn. State due to shoulder injury...returned at Boston University (12/6); netted 3 pts (fouled on 3-pt shot) with a steal in eight minutes...enjoyed breakout game of career, recording career highs in points (14), field goals (5), three-point field goals (3), three-point field goal attempts (t-5), rebounds (t-5) and minutes (24) off bench vs. East Carolina (1/10)...scored five points, grabbed four rebounds and added three assists against West Virginia (1/14)...earned first career start at Tulsa; recorded five points and five rebounds (1/17)...started, played 31 minutes and contributed six points, five rebounds, and three steals in win over SMU (1/21)...started and played season high 26 minutes, scoring 13 points (5-of-7 shooting) at UCF (1/25).

2009-10 (SOPHOMORE): Named 2010 Conference USA Co-Sixth Man of the Year...played in 31 games after missing three due to injuries...tied for fifth on team in steals with Tyler Wilkerson (21)...was sixth on team in scoring...Saw limited action (2 minutes) coming off a concussion in season opener against North Carolina A&T (11/15)...played three minutes and took one three-point shot (0-1) against Middle Tennessee (11/17)...saw nine minutes of work in loss at Old Dominion (11/21)...put up one rebound, one assist, and one steal vs. the Monarchs...missed the Lamar (11/25) and Ohio (11/28) games due to headaches...recorded first double-double with 15 points and a career high 10 assists vs. Salem (12/3)....did not play against Brescia (12/16) due to a sprained ankle...scored five points, had two assists, one rebound, and one steal vs. High Point (12/20)...tallied two steals, one assist, and one block at North Carolina Dec. 22...made first start of season at East Carolina and responded with seven points (2-for-2 from three pointrange range, two rebounds, one assist, and one block...returned to coming off of the bench against UCF (1/13), but still layed a career high 31 minutes off the bench...shot 5-of-8 from the field to score 12 points...was 2-of-4 from beyond the three-point arc...tied career high with seven rebounds (all in the second half ) vs. the Owls...recorded a career high 20 points including a put back of a Damier Pitts missed free throw that sent the game into a triple overtime against UCF Feb. 27...reset career highs by going 5-of-6 from three-point range after scoring a total of 18 points in the first round of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament vs. Western Carolina (3/16)...reset career high with three blocked shots in the quarterfinals of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament vs. Appalachian State (3/22)...was 2-of-5 from the floor and 1-of-2 from beyond the three-point arc...scored seven points...grabbed six rebounds against the Mountaineers.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Florida Prep as a freshman before playing final three seasons at Charlotte High School...averaged 20 points, 10 rebounds, two assists and two steals while shooting 48 percent from the floor as a senior...named to the Florida Class 5A all-state first team and finished runner-up to fellow Marshall signee Shaquille Johnson in 5A Player of the Year voting...named Charlotte Sun and Sarasota Herald Tribune Player of the Year, Mr. Southwest Florida and chosen to the third team all-class in Florida ...selected to the Class 5A Third Team as a junior...scored 1,243 points in two seasons as a Tarpon...named MVP of the Walker Keller Classic and to the all-tournament teams at the City of Palms Classic (Fort Myers, Fla.) and Arby’s Classic (Bristol, Tenn.), where he scored a school-record 42 points in

Year GP-GS Min. 2008-09 21-3 310 2009-10 31-5 564 2010-11 32-12 684 TOTAL 84-20 1558

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Avg. 14.8 18.2 21.4 18.5

FG-GA 31-74 86-167 75-180 192-421

Pct 3FG-A .419 15-46 .515 24-55 .417 54-130 .456 93-231

CAREER HIGHS Points: __________________________ 20 (vs. UCF, 2/27/10) FG: ________________________ 7 (3x, last vs. UCF, 2/27/10) FGA: _______________________ 13 (vs. Rio Grande, 2/9/10) 3-Pt FG: ____________________ 5 (2x, last vs.ECU, 1/22/11) 3-Pt FGA: ____________________ 9 (at Louisville, 11/27/10) FT: ____________6 (2x, last vs. West Virginia Tech, 11/12/10) FTA: _________________9 (vs. West Virginia Tech, 11/12/10) Rebounds: _____________ 10 (at Savannah State, 12/15/10) Assists: ________________________ 10 (vs. Salem, 12/3/09) Steals: _________________________ 5 (vs. Salem, 12/3/09) Blocked Shots: ________ 3 (vs. Appalachian State, 3/22/10) Minutes Played: ________ 33 (at Savannah State, 12/15/10)

Pena’s Career Statistics Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def .326 21-30 .700 11 32 .436 29-43 .674 31 58 .415 25-42 .595 24 70 .403 75-115 .652 66 160

Tot 43 89 94 226

Avg PF 2.0 31 2.9 38 2.9 37 2.7 106

FO A 1 17 0 55 0 36 1 108

TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 19 3 12 98 4.7 41 11 22 225 7.3 28 3 21 229 7.2 88 17 55 552 6.6

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a game...teammate of UNC Asheville signee Chris Stephenson...originally signed NLI with Florida Atlantic prior to senior season, but was granted release upon an Owls’ coaching change...ranked No. 141 in Rivals.com’s Class of 2008 national rankings and No. 68 by Slam magazine...participated in the Orlando All-Star Game and the Southwest vs. Southeast All-Star Game

his cousin, Yajaira Montilla, is a member of the Dominican national team... coached by Orlando Antigua, now of the University of Memphis...played on Dominican junior national team with Louisville guard Edgar Sosa along with David Minaya (Tennessee Tech) and Luis Gusman (Temple)...a management information systems major.

PERSONAL: Born June 14, 1988...son of Dagoberto Pena and Cristina Rincon...a management information systems major...mother played 12 years on the Dominican Republic national basketball team...tried out for Domincan Republic’s senior national team during the Summer of 2010... PENA GAME-BY-GAME Opponent MP WEST VIRGINIA TECH* 26 GLENVILLE STATE* 19 UT-CHATTANOOGA* 27 JACKSONVILLE STATE* 28 at LOUISVILLE* 27 FIU* 16 at Ohio* 22 JAMES MADISON* 32 at Savannah State* 34 VMI* 25 at James Madison* 19 at UCF 16 SOUTHERN MISS 12 SAVANNAH STATE 24 at Memphis 16 vs West Virginia 27 ECU 21 at UAB 28 MEMPHIS 22 at Houston 25 at Southern Miss* 14 UAB 23 at ECU 19 RICE 23 at Tulane 20 TULSA 24 SMU 12 at UTEP 19 UCF 15 vs Houston 17 vs UTEP 20 OHIO 12 *Starter

Opponent N.C. A&T Middle Tenn. Old Dominion Lamar Ohio Salem Binghamton Troy Brescia High Point North Carolina Troy St. Bonaventure Southern Miss East Carolina* UCF Tulane West Virginia UAB Memphis Houston Tulsa East Carolina Rio Grande UAB Tulsa Tulane Rice UCF UTEP SMU* Tulsa* Western Carolina* Appalachian State* *Starter

(Junior: 2010-11) FG 3FG FT O-D-R 4-8 3-5 6-9 1-2-3 4-7 2-4 0-2 0-3-3 5-11 2-7 0-0 0-4-4 3-5 2-4 3-6 0-1-1 4-10 4-9 0-0 1-1-2 2-4 2-4 3-3 1-0-1 2-4 2-4 0-0 0-0-0 2-8 1-4 0-0 4-2-6 4-8 1-3 0-2 1-9-10 2-8 0-3 1-2 3-5-8 3-7 3-4 0-0 0-1-1 2-6 1-5 2-2 0-4-4 3-5 3-5 0-0 0-0-0 1-6 1-4 1-2 0-6-6 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-1-1 2-7 1-5 2-4 0-4-4 6-7 5-6 0-0 0-2-2 5-8 4-6 0-0 0-3-3 2-7 2-7 3-4 3-1-4 0-4 0-3 0-0 1-0-1 1-4 1-2 0-0 0-2-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 1-3 1-2 0-1 1-1-2 4-5 3-4 0-0 1-2-3 4-6 2-4 2-2 1-2-3 2-4 1-3 0-0 1-1-2 1-3 1-2 0-0 1-1-2 0-7 0-4 0-0 2-1-3 2-4 2-3 2-3 2-4-6 3-4 3-4 0-0 0-0-0 0-4 0-4 0-0 0-5-5 0-3 0-3 0-0 0-1-1

A 3 3 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 2 1 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 2 2

TO Bl St Pts 2 0 2 17 1 0 1 10 0 0 1 12 0 0 1 11 3 0 0 12 1 0 1 9 0 0 1 6 1 1 0 5 6 0 0 9 0 0 0 5 1 0 1 9 0 0 0 7 0 1 1 9 0 1 0 4 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 7 1 0 0 17 2 0 2 14 2 0 1 9 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 2 0 0 11 1 0 0 12 1 0 0 5 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 8 0 0 1 9 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0

(Sophomore: 2009-10) MP FG 3FG FT O-D-R A TO Bl St 2 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 3 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 9 0-2 0-1 0-0 1-0-1 1 0 0 1 DNP-Injury DNP-Injury 20 7-11 1-3 0-1 2-3-5 10 4 1 5 19 4-7 1-2 2-2 2-1-3 0 1 0 4 19 1-3 0-1 0-0 2-0-2 6 0 0 0 DNP-Injury 16 2-4 0-0 1-2 0-1-1 2 1 0 1 18 3-12 0-2 0-0 2-1-3 1 5 1 2 18 3-5 1-3 0-0 2-0-2 3 2 0 0 16 5-5 1-1 0-0 0-3-3 0 1 0 0 17 4-9 0-3 0-0 4-0-4 0 1 0 0 19 2-5 2-2 1-2 1-1-2 1 2 1 0 31 5-8 2-4 0-1 2-2-4 4 2 0 1 26 5-11 1-2 3-3 1-4-5 2 1 0 0 24 1-6 0-2 0-1 0-2-2 4 2 0 1 14 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 17 2-3 1-1 0-0 0-2-2 0 2 1 0 21 3-4 0-0 1-2 1-4-5 1 2 0 0 22 2-6 0-1 0-0 1-4-5 1 1 1 1 19 1-4 1-2 4-4 0-2-2 2 0 0 0 22 7-13 2-4 2-2 3-3-6 2 2 1 2 10 4-4 2-2 0-0 0-2-2 0 0 1 0 11 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 1 0 0 18 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 3 2 1 0 18 5-6 0-1 1-1 2-5-7 2 1 0 1 25 7-8 2-3 4-6 2-4-6 2 1 0 0 10 2-5 1-2 0-0 0-2-2 0 0 0 0 28 2-5 0-1 6-8 0-3-3 1 3 0 0 17 1-3 0-1 1-2 0-0-0 0 0 0 1 28 6-7 5-6 1-3 0-2-2 2 2 0 1 27 2-5 1-2 2-4 2-4-6 2 1 3 1

Pts 0 0 0

15 11 2 5 6 7 11 8 7 12 14 2 0 5 7 4 7 18 10 0 0 11 20 5 10 3 18 7

Opponent WVU Tech vs Morgan State vs UW-Green Bay vs Mississippi at Boston University UT-Arlington Ohio Cumberlands at Dayton Tennessee State at San Diego at Memphis East Carolina vs West Virginia at Tulsa* SMU* at UCF* at Southern Miss UAB Tulsa Tulane *Starter

MP 15 1 5 3 8 19 7 4 6 16 21 14 24 20 23 31 26 21 12 22 12

(Freshman: 2008-09) FG 3FG FT O-D-R 2-5 1-2 0-2 1-2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0-1 0-1 3-3 0-1-1 2-4 2-3 2-4 1-4-5 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0-0 3-6 0-3 2-2 0-2-2 4-7 2-3 0-1 1-1-2 0-5 0-3 2-2 0-1-1 5-6 3-3 1-1 1-4-5 1-2 1-2 2-3 0-4-4 2-5 1-4 0-0 2-3-5 2-8 1-5 1-2 1-4-5 5-7 2-4 1-1 0-1-1 0-2 0-2 4-6 3-4-7 1-4 0-2 0-0 0-0-0 2-4 1-3 3-3 0-1-1 1-3 0-1 0-0 1-0-1

A 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 3 1 1 2 0 1 0 3

TO 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 2 1 2 2 1 1 0 2

Bl St Pts 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 8 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 0 0 10 0 1 2 0 1 14 0 0 5 0 2 5 1 3 6 0 0 13 1 0 4 0 1 2 0 1 8 1 0 2

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NIGEL SPIKES

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JUNIOR-CENTER 6-10, 237 lbs. FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. DILLARD HS

2010-11 (SOPHOPORE): Started 32 games while missing the opener against WVU Tech and the home game vs. Savannah State…finished second on the team with 5.9 rebounds per game and is the leading returning rebounder…led the way for Marshall with 32 blocked shots…grabbed nine boards against Chattanooga before recording first double-digit outing with 13 boards in home win over James Madison…notched first double-double of career with 13 points and 12 rebounds in home victory over VMI…fell just short of his second double-double against UAB when he had 12 boards and nine points…recorded his second double-double with 12 tallies and 13 boards against Tulane…scored nine points in regular season finale against UCF…after averaging no points and 0.5 rebounds in two C-USA Tournament games, rallied for a 19-rebound game in CIT contest against the Bobcats. 2009-10 (FRESHMAN): Played in 29 games, starting one...shot 57.5% from the field (23-of-40)...averaged 2.2 points and 2.3 rebounds per game.... blocked eight shots, made seven assists, and had six steals....connected on only field goal attempt for two points in six minutes and had one rebound in the season opener vs. North Carolina A&T (11/15)...played two minutes when he grabbed one rebound and took one field goal attempt against Middle Tennessee (11/17)...went 2-3 from the field for a four-point night at Old Dominion (11/21)...attempted a team high three free throws, grabbed three rebounds during 10-minute stint against the Monarchs... scored four points for the second straight game vs. Lamar Nov. 25...attempted four free throws, making two...tallied one rebound, one assist, and one block...went a perfect 2-for-2 from the field resulted in four points during nine minutes against Ohio (11/28)...shot 4-for-6 from the floor to score eight points vs. Salem...grabbed a season high eight rebounds against the Tigers...played five minutes at Binghamton Dec. 7...did not play due to an ankle injury against Troy (12/12) and Brescia (12/16)...scored a season high 11 points after going 4-of-5 from field goal range and 3-of-4 from the free throw line against High Point (12/20)...led the team in rebounds with seven at North Carolina (12/22)...blocked a season high two shots against the defending national champions...pulled down one rebound in four minutes in rematch at Troy (12/28)...grabbed three rebounds in seven minutes vs. St. Bonaventure (1/2)...registered two points (both from the free throw line) in nine minutes in the Conference USA opener vs. Southern Miss (1/5)...had three rebounds vs. the Golden Eagles...saw 15 minutes against East Carolina Jan. 9...scored four points (2-of-2 from the field), grabbed four rebounds and blocked one shot during the game...was 6-of-6 from the charity stripe against UCF Jan. 13...hauled in seven rebounds, had one assist and blocked one shot against the Knights...saw his C-USA consecutive free throw streak end at nine against Tulane Jan. 16...was 1-of-2 from free throw line for only point of night...tallied two rebounds and one block...scored both of his field goal attempts off a pair of dunks during 13-minute stint during the Cheaspeake

Year GP-GS 2009-10 29-1 2010-11 32-32 TOTAL 61-33

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Min. Avg. 243 8.4 649 20.3 892 14.6

FG-GA Pct 23-40 .575 56-101 .554 79-141 .560

3FG-A 0-0 0-0 0-0

Energy Classic Jan. 20 vs. West Virginia...charted two points, three rebounds and one block against UAB Jan. 23...posted one assist in seven minutes vs. Memphis (1/27)...started only game of the year at Houston Jan. 30...played 12 minutes and had one rebound...was 1-of-2 from the free throw line for only scoring of the night at Tulsa Feb. 3...nabbed four rebounds in seven minutes against the Golden Hurricane... scored four points, hauled in four rebounds, and blocked one shot in 13 minutes against East Carolina (2/6)... was limited to six minutes due to a strained back against Rio Grande (2/9)... did record two rebounds, one block, and one steal vs. the RedStorm...played five minutes at UAB (2/13)...saw four minutes of action against Tulsa Feb. 17...hauled in four rebounds during six minutes against Tulane (2/20)...registered two rebounds and had one assist during nine minutes at Rice (2/23)... played one minute and posted two rebounds against UCF Feb. 27...did not play due to a coach’s decision against UTEP (3/2) and SMU (3/6)...had one rebound in one minute during the C-USA Tournament quarterfinals (3/11)... did not play due to a shoulder injury in the first round of the CollegeInsider. com Tournament (3/16)...scored two points and had one rebound in five minutes in quarterfinals of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament (3/22) vs. Appalachian State. 2008-09: Sat out the season as a prop 48.

CAREER HIGHS Points: ____________________11 (vs. High Point, 12/20/09) FG: _____________________ 4 (2x, vs. High Point, 12/20/09) FGA: ___________________________ 6 (vs. Salem, 12/3/09) 3-Pt FG: __________________________________________ 3-Pt FGA: _________________________________________ FT: _______________________________ 6 (at UCF, 1/13/10) FTA: ______________________________ 6 (at UCF, 1/13/10) Rebounds: ______________________ 8 (vs. Salem, 12/3/09) Assists: _________________1 (6x, last vs. Memphis, 1/27/10) Steals: ______________________1 (5x, last at UCF, 1/13/10) Blocked Shots: ___________ 2 (at North Carolina, 12/22/09) Minutes Played: ________________ 24 (vs. Salem, 12/3/09)

Spikes’ Career Statistics Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def .000 17-33 .515 21 47 .000 51-101 .505 60 130 .000 68-134 .507 81 177

Tot 68 190 258

Avg PF 2.3 48 5.9 98 4.2 146

FO 2 5 7

A 7 9 16

TO Blk Stl Pts 11 8 6 63 30 32 12 163 41 40 18 226

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HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 10 points, nine rebounds and three blocks as a senior for Dillard High School...coach was Darryl Burrows...served as a starter for Dillard’s Florida Class 5A state champions during senior season... high school teammates included former Marshall and current Florida Atlantic player Kore White and Florida State’s Beau Reilford...played in the Broward vs. Palm Beach All-Star game. PERSONAL: Born Oct. 18, 1989...son of Towana Sanders...a marketing major.

SPIKES GAME-BY-GAME Opponent MP GLENVILLE STATE* 16 UT-CHATTANOOGA* 18 JACKSONVILLE STATE* 19 at LOUISVILLE* 20 FIU* 25 at Ohio* 20 JAMES MADISON* 22 at Savannah State* 32 VMI* 25 at James Madison* 10 BINGHAMTON* 16 at St. Bonaventure* 18 at UCF* 26 SOUTHERN MISS* 5 at Memphis* 15 vs West Virginia* 11 ECU* 25 at UAB* 32 MEMPHIS* 20 at Houston* 18 at Southern Miss* 21 UAB* 27 at ECU* 15 RICE* 29 at Tulane* 30 TULSA* 12 SMU* 31 at UTEP* 17 UCF* 22 vs Houston* 7 vs UTEP* 14 OHIO* 31 *Starter Opponent N.C. A&T Middle Tenn. Old Dominion Lamar Ohio Salem Binghamton Troy Brescia High Point North Carolina Troy St. Bonaventure Southern Miss East Carolina UCF Tulane West Virginia UAB Memphis Houston* Tulsa East Carolina Rio Grande UAB Tulsa Tulane Rice UCF UTEP SMU Tulsa Western Carolina Appalachian State *Starter

(Freshman: 2009-10) FG 3FG FT O-D-R A 3-4 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 1 3-5 0-0 1-4 4-5-9 0 1-2 0-0 2-8 1-4-5 0 1-5 0-0 4-4 2-3-5 0 1-5 0-0 0-0 0-4-4 0 1-2 0-0 2-4 2-5-7 1 2-4 0-0 1-5 3-10 0 2-5 0-0 4-9 3-2-5 1 6-8 0-0 1-4 2-10-12 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 2-3 0-0 1-2 2-2-4 0 1-3 0-0 1-2 2-4-6 0 2-3 0-0 3-4 1-5-6 0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 2-2 0-0 0-2 2-3-5 0 2-4 0-0 1-1 1-2-3 0 2-4 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 2 2-5 0-0 5-9 5-7-12 0 4-5 0-0 1-1 0-6-6 0 2-2 0-0 2-4 1-1-2 0 1-3 0-0 5-13 5-4-9 0 0-2 0-0 1-2 0-4-4 0 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-5-7 1 3-3 0-0 2-2 5-6-11 0 3-4 0-0 6-8 4-9-13 0 1-2 0-0 2-2 1-2-3 0 2-4 0-0 0-0 2-2-4 1 1-3 0-0 0-0 2-2-4 0 3-3 0-0 3-4 0-5-5 0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-1-1 0 2-4 0-0 2-3 6-13-19 2

(Freshman: 2009-10) MP FG 3FG FT O-D-R 6 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-1-1 2 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-0-1 10 2-3 0-0 0-3 1-2-3 7 1-2 0-0 2-4 1-0-1 9 2-2 0-0 0-1 0-0-0 24 4-6 0-0 0-0 2-6-8 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 DNP-Injury DNP-Injury 11 4-5 0-0 3-4 1-2-3 13 2-5 0-0 0-2 2-5-7 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 7 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-2-3 9 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-1-3 15 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-3-4 12 0-0 0-0 6-6 3-4-7 9 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-2-2 13 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 11 0-1 0-0 2-4 0-3-3 7 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 12 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 7 0-1 0-0 1-2 1-3-4 13 2-3 0-0 0-0 2-2-4 6 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 6 0-0 0-0 0-2 1-3-4 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1-2 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2-2 DNP-Coaches Decision DNP-Coaches Decision 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 DNP-Injury 5 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-0-1

TO Bl St Pts 0 2 0 6 2 1 0 7 3 0 1 4 1 0 0 6 1 1 2 2 2 2 0 4 1 0 0 5 0 2 2 8 0 1 0 13 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 5 2 0 0 3 0 0 1 7 1 1 0 2 1 1 0 4 0 0 0 5 0 2 0 4 4 3 1 9 0 0 0 9 0 2 2 6 0 0 0 7 1 0 0 1 1 4 0 1 2 1 2 8 0 1 0 12 2 2 0 4 1 1 0 4 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 6

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SOPHOMORE-GUARD 6-4, 200 lbs. PITTSBURGH, Pa. THE PATTERSON SCHOOL

2010-11 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN): Named C-USA Freshman of the Year in 2010-11…made the All-Conference USA Third Team…won four C-USA Freshman of the Week awards…finished second on the team in scoring (15.1 PPG) and assists (117) while leading the squad with 32 steals…third leading rebounder on Herd with 5.6 per game…finished season with 513 points becoming just the second freshman in program history to tally 500 or more points…started all 34 games as a redshirt freshman…scored 10 or more points in 29 games…notched 11 points in regular season debut against WVU tech…first of nine 20-point games came against Chattanooga…set current scoring mark of 25 points in consecutive games at Louisville and against FIU…connected on 10-18 shots at Louisville…scored eight buckets and eight free throws against FIU…recorded first doubledouble with 18 points and 13 assists against VMI…hit 11 free throws as part of a 19-point showing at James Madison…his 19 points against Southern Miss marked the first of nine straight games with 13 or more points…tallied three 20-point games in a row with 20 in home win over Memphis, 24 in a victory over No. 21 WVU and 20 in road game at Southern Miss…hit double figures in scoring in each of the final six games…led Herd to win over Houston in first round of C-USA Tournament with 21 points and 10 rebounds, a career high…notched 11 points in tournament game against UTEP before dishing in 12 in CIT game vs. Ohio.

overall record and a No. 1 prep school national ranking...led Pittsburgh’s Schenley High School to a State Championship as a junior and a third consecutive Pittsburgh City League Championship as a senior where he scored 35 points in the title game...as a senior, Kane led all WPIAL and City League players in scoring during the regular season with 33.1 points per contest while averaging 11 rebounds per game...Schenley went 76-0 during fouryear career...former teammate DeJuaun Blair plays for the San Antonio Spurs while another former teammate, David Kennedy plays for St. John’s. PERSONAL: Born June 10, 1989...son of Calvin and Jackie Kane and Walter and Carol Anderson...has three sisters; Ashley, Dionne, and India, and two brothers; Garland and Calvin...undecided upon a major.

2009-10: Sat out the season as a partial-academic qualifier. HIGH SCHOOL: Played prep basketball at the Patterson School in Lenoir, N.C. in 2008-09 where he averaged 15.6 points per game...Along with current Marshall teammate Hassan Whiteside, helped lead Patterson to a 34-2

CAREER HIGHS Points: ____________________25 (2x, last vs. FIU, 11/29/10) FG: _____________________ 10 (2x, last at Houston, 2/1/11) FGA: ________________________ 18 (last vs. FIU, 11/29/10) 3-Pt FG: _____________________ 4 (3x, last at UTEP, 3/2/11) 3-Pt FGA: ______________ 10 (last at Southern Miss, 2/5/11) FT: ____________________ 11 (at James Madison, 12/7/10) FTA: ___________________ 14 (at James Madison, 12/7/10) Rebounds: ____________________ 10 (vs. Houston, 3/9/11) Assists: ______________________ 13 (last vs. VMI, 12/19/10) Steals: ___________________________4 (vs. SMU, 2/26/11) Blocked Shots: _____________ 1 (3x, last vs. UTEP, 3/10/11) Minutes Played: _________________41 (at Tulane, 2/19/11)

Year GP-GS Min. Avg. 2010-11 34-34 1075 31.6 TOTAL 34-34 1075 31.6

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Kane’s Career Statistics FG-GA Pct 3FG-A Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg 170-397 .428 49-154 .318 124-196 .633 40 149 189 5.6 170-397 .428 49-154 .318 124-196 .633 40 149 189 5.6

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KANE GAME-BY-GAME Opponent WEST VIRGINIA TECH* GLENVILLE STATE* UT-CHATTANOOGA* JACKSONVILLE STATE* at LOUISVILLE* FIU* at Ohio* JAMES MADISON* at Savannah State* VMI* at James Madison* BINGHAMTON* at St. Bonaventure* at UCF* SOUTHERN MISS* SAVANNAH STATE* at Memphis* vs West Virginia* ECU* at UAB* MEMPHIS* at Houston* at Southern Miss* UAB* at ECU* RICE* at Tulane* TULSA* SMU* at UTEP* UCF* vs Houston* vs UTEP* OHIO* *Starter

(Freshman: 2010-11) MP FG 3FG FT O-D-R A TO Bl St 25 3-12 1-4 4-6 1-4-5 2 4 0 1 26 7-11 0-4 0-0 0-2-2 6 2 0 2 27 9-16 1-6 1-1 0-8-8 2 5 0 0 28 3-6 3-4 1-4 1-2-3 5 1 0 1 33 10-18 1-6 4-10 2-5-7 2 6 0 2 36 8-14 1-5 8-12 1-4-5 4 3 0 0 31 5-9 1-3 7-12 2-2-4 4 5 0 1 27 3-8 2-5 4-5 0-4-4 1 3 0 0 30 2-8 0-1 2-4 3-4-7 3 7 0 1 32 6-13 4-5 2-2 1-2-3 13 4 0 2 36 4-13 0-3 11-14 1-3-4 3 3 0 3 32 6-12 3-5 1-2 1-7-8 2 1 0 2 19 2-4 0-1 0-0 0-1-1 3 1 0 0 27 2-9 0-4 1-1 0-6-6 1 3 0 0 30 7-13 2-4 3-6 2-7-9 8 3 0 1 33 7-11 0-1 4-4 1-6-7 2 5 0 0 32 4-9 2-3 6-8 2-3-5 1 4 0 1 32 5-11 3-6 5-12 0-3-3 0 3 1 0 36 5-9 3-5 2-5 1-5-6 6 3 0 0 27 3-11 1-4 6-7 0-1-1 3 1 0 1 35 6-14 2-6 6-7 0-3-3 4 2 1 2 35 10-17 1-3 3-5 2-7-9 3 5 0 0 36 5-16 4-10 6-9 2-3-5 3 4 0 1 37 2-10 0-6 2-2 0-5-5 2 2 0 2 19 4-6 1-3 3-4 0-7-7 2 6 0 0 34 3-10 0-4 5-5 1-5-6 5 3 0 0 41 6-15 2-6 6-9 0-8-8 4 5 0 1 33 3-12 0-3 3-5 1-5-6 2 4 0 2 34 5-13 2-7 1-4 2-3-5 4 1 0 4 33 7-15 4-8 2-4 3-4-7 7 3 0 0 35 3-9 2-4 4-5 2-5-7 3 4 0 1 35 7-16 2-6 5-13 3-7-10 3 1 0 1 34 3-12 0-3 5-8 2-5-7 0 4 1 0 35 5-15 1-6 1-1 3-3-6 4 4 0 0

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YOUS MBAO

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SOPHOMORE-CENTER 7-2, 235 lbs. RuPISQUE, SENEGAL MARQUETTE

2010-11: Sat out the season in compliance with NCAA transfer regulations MARQUETTE: Appeared in 10 games for the Golden Eagles during the 2009-10 season… Played his first collegiate game vs. Grambling State (11/21) and recorded his first collegiate block ... Saw 12 minutes of action vs. South Dakota (11/24) ... Had one of MU’s two blocks and played a careerhigh 15 minutes vs. Presbyterian (12/27) ... Missed a majority of season with knee and wrist injury since ... Jan. 17 marked final appearance of campaign ... Concluded the year averaging 0.1 points and 0.7 rebounds per game ... Earned first letter. HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 13.4 points, 11.2 rebounds and 6.0 blocks per game at Stoneridge Prep in Simi Valley, Calif. under head coach Babacar Sy ... Helped squad to an overall record of 17-13 ... Squad was nationally ranked in preseason polls ... Rated the 125th-best prospect in the nation by HoopScoopOnline.com among 2009 graduates ... Participated in the 2008 adidas Nations Experience and the National Prep Showcase ... Named to honorable mention squad of the class of 2009 by NBN Basketball Magazine ... Ranked as the 30th-best center in the class of 2009 by ESPN.com. PERSONAL: Born April 12, 1990 in Dakar, Senegal ... Full name is Youssoupha Mbao… Son of Mamadou Mbao and Awa Seck ... One of eight children ... Has five brothers (Pape, Ablaye, Cheichk, Mamadou and Mohammed) and two sisters (Fama, Anjia) ... Undecided on a major.

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MBAO GAME-BY-GAME

Points: ________________ 1 (vs. Grambling State, 11/29/09) FG: ______________________________________________ FGA: ____________________ 1 (vs. South Dakota, 11/24/09) 3-Pt FG: __________________________________________ 3-Pt FGA: _________________________________________ FT: ___________________ 1 (vs. Grambling State, 11/29/09) FTA: __________________ 2 (vs. Grambling State, 11/29/09) Rebounds: _______________ 2 (vs. North Florida, 12/19/09) Assists: __________________ 2 (vs. South Dakota, 11/24/09) Steals: ___________________ 1 (vs. Presbyterian, 12/27/09) Blocked Shots: ________ 1 (5x, last vs. Georgetown, 1/6/10) Minutes Played: __________ 15 (vs. Presbyterian, 12/27/09)

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Opponent Grambling State South Dakota vs. Florida State Milwaukee at Wisconsin North Florida Presbyterian at West Virginia Georgetown Providence *Starter

Mbao’s Career Statistics 3FG-A Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 3 4 7 0.7 Redshirt 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 3 4 7 0.7

MP 6 12 0 4 5 8 15 3 4 3

(Freshman: 2009-10) FG 3FG FT O-D-R 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0-1

A 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

TO 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Bl 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0

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ROBERT GOFF DENNIS TINNON

2 JUNIOR-FORWARD 6-9, 240 lbs. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. HUTCHINSON CC AT HUTCHINSON CC: Played for head coach Steve Eck at Hutchinson (Ks.) Community College during the 2009-10 and 2010-11 seasons...Previously committed to the University of Oklahoma, but was given his release following a coaching change...The Indianapolis, Ind. native averaged 9.1 points per game and 6.2 rebounds while helping Hutchinson to an 18-4 mark and a perfect 11-0 non-conference record in 2010-11...According to JucoRecruiting. com, Goff was named as the 18th best JUCO prospect in the nation. At Cowley CC: SPENT THE 2008-09 SEASON AS A FRESHMAN PLAYING AT COWLEY Community College, also in Kansas… Averaged 9.2 points, 9.6 rebounds and 1.5 blocks per game for the Tigers… Shot 61% from the floor HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Broad Ripple High School in Indianapolis, Ind…. Named first team all-city as a senior… Graduated in 2008

1 JUNIOR - FORWARD 6-8, 225 lbs. GREEN BAY, Wisc. KANSAS CITY CC AT KANSAS CITY CC: Earned first team all-conference and first team allregion honors as a sophomore after averaging 22.6 points and 13.3 rebounds per game to lead the team … Led the NJCAA in rebounding and ranked fifth in scoring… Shot 61.5 percent from the field… Led KCK to a 25-6 record… Ranked as the 20th best JUCO prospect in the nation according to JucoRecruiting.com… As a freshman, earned second team all-conference and second team all-region honors while averaging 13.8 points per game… Led the team with 10.7 points per game… Helped KCK to a 21-10 record HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Green Bay East High School in Green Bay Wisc… Earned honorable mention all-state honors from the Associated Press as a senior… PERSONAL: Born Dec. 9, 1988… Married to high school sweetheart Robin… Has one daughter, Denyah… Son of Celeste Eastwook and Dennis Tinnon Sr.

PERSONAL: Born Nov. 14, 1989… Son of Marlene McCorkle

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DeVINCE BOYKINS JUSTIN COLEMAN

15 FRESHMAN - GUARD 6-4, 205 lbs. FOREST CITY, N.C. EAST RUTHERFORD HS HIGH SCHOOL: Led East Rutherford High School (Bostic, N.C.) to its first state championship with a 27-1 record… Was named MVP of the state championship game… Averaged 17 points, 13 rebounds and four assists as a senior… Named first team all-state… An all-conference performer for three years and conference player of the year as a senior… Averaged 15 points, 11 rebounds and six assists per game as a junior. PERSONAL: Born Dec. 17, 1992… Son of Robert and Tonya Boykins… Has a younger brother DeVonte and younger sister DeVoria… Majoring in business management with a minor in sports management.

21 FRESHMAN (RS) - GUARD 6-5, 225 lbs. RICHMOND, Va. HUNTINGTON PREP 2010-11: Sat out the season in compliance with NCAA transfer regulations HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked 40th nationally and seventh among small forwards in the 2010 class by Scout.com, 50th overall and eighth among small forwards by Rivals.com and was listed 50th in the nation among ESPNU’s Top 100 prospects… Originally signed at Louisville… Averaged 20.3 points, 7.4 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game during Huntington Prep’s inaugural 2009-10 season… Totaled 24 points, five rebounds, four assists and won the dunk contest in the Kentucky Derby Festival Basketball Classic all-star game played in Louisville’s Freedom Hall… Played the latter part of his junior year at Henrico High School in Richmond, Va. after transferring from Louisa County High School in Mineral, Va. PERSONAL: Born May 2, 1991… Son of Jessie and Annette Jackson.

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JAMIR HANNER

4 FRESHMAN-FORWARD 6-8, 220 lbs. PHILADELPHIA, Pa. NOTRE DAME PREP HIGH SCHOOL: Named a four-star recruit by Rivals.com and three-star by Scout.com… Averaged about 18 points and 13 rebounds in his only season at NIA Prep in Newark, N.J…. As a junior, led South Philadelphia High School to the Public League Class AAAA title while averaging 20.1 points per game… Also played at South Philadelphia as a sophomore… Played at Prep Charter as a freshman on the varsity team.

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JP KAMBOLA

50 FRESHMAN - CENTER 6-9, 240 lbs. TORONTO, CANADA ST. BENEDICT’S PREP HIGH SCHOOL: Three-star rated player by Rivals… Ranked as the 17th best player out of talent-rich New Jersey… Played for former Duke standout Roshown McLeod… Team was ranked No. 1 in the country senior season… Helped team to 24-1 record as a senior and 23-2 as a junior. PERSONAL: Born March 31, 1991… Full name is Jean-Paul Kambola.

PERSONAL: Born Oct. 12, 1991… Son of Delsene Hanner and Ravon Cummings

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CHRIS MARTIN

0 FRESHMAN-GUARD 6-0, 180 lbs. UPPER MARLBORO, Md. ST. PATRICK HS HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked by HoopScoop as one of the top 110 seniors in the country...The Washington D.C. native helped St. Patrick to a 26-1 mark in 2010-11 and a No. 3 ranking in the ESPN Rise Fab 50...The only loss for the Celtics came to St. Anthony, who finished a perfect 33-0 and tops in the nation...Averaged 13.5 points, 3.0 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 1.5 steals per contest… Played just one season at St. Patrick after transferring from St. John’s College High School. PERSONAL: Born March 4, 1993… Son of Janice Jackson.

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C-USA CHAMPIONSHIPS

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CONFERENCE USA BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP MEMPHIS, TENN.

2012 C-USA BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS All Times Central Wednesday, March 7, 2012 – First Round Women’s Game #1 – 11:00 am – Women’s First Round (Elma Roane Fieldhouse) Women’s Game #2 – 1:30 pm – Women’s First Round (Elma Roane Fieldhouse) Women’s Game #3 – 5:00 pm – Women’s First Round (Elma Roane Fieldhouse) Women’s Game #4 – 7:30 pm – Women’s First Round (Elma Roane Fieldhouse) Men’s Game #1 – 12:00 pm – Men’s First Round (FedExForum) Men’s Game #2 – 2:30 pm – Men’s First Round (FedExForum) Men’s Game #3 – 6:30 pm – Men’s First Round (FedExForum) Men’s Game #4 – 9:00 pm – Men’s First Round (FedExForum) Thursday, March 8, 2012 - Quarterfinals Women’s Game #5 – 11:00 am – Women’s Quarterfinal (Elma Roane Fieldhouse) Women’s Game #6 – 1:30 pm – Women’s Quarterfinal (Elma Roane Fieldhouse) Women’s Game #7 – 5:00 pm – Women’s Quarterfinal (Elma Roane Fieldhouse) Women’s Game #8 – 7:30 pm – Women’s Quarterfinal (Elma Roane Fieldhouse) Men’s Game #5 – 12:00 pm – Men’s Quarterfinal (FedExForum) – CBSSN Men’s Game #6 – 2:30 pm – Men’s Quarterfinal (FedExForum) – CBSSN Men’s Game #7 – 6:30 pm – Men’s Quarterfinal (FedExForum) – CBSSN Men’s Game #8 – 9:00 pm – Men’s Quarterfinal (FedExForum) – CBSSN Friday, March 9, 2012 - Semifinals Women’s Game #9 – 10:00 am – Women’s Semifinal (FedExForum) – CBSSN Women’s Game #10 – 12:30 pm – Women’s Semifinal (FedE Forum) – CBSSN Men’s Game #9 – 3:00 pm – Men’s Semifinal (FedExForum) – CBSSN Men’s Game #10 – 5:30 pm – Men’s Semifinal (FedExForum) – CBSSN Saturday, March 10, 2012 - Championship Men’s Game #11 – 10:30 am – Men’s Championship (FedExForum) – CBS Women’s Game #11 – 7:00 pm – Women’s Championship (FedExForum) – CBSSN

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or the second year in a row, the C-USA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships will be held on the same dates and in the same city as Memphis will serve as host of both premier events. All 11 games of the men’s championship will be held at the state-of-the-art FedExForum, which is hosting its sixth C-USA Men’s Championship since opening in 2004. The women’s semifinal and title game will also be played at FedExForum. Women’s first-round games and quarterfinals will be played at Elma Roane Fieldhouse on the University of Memphis campus. The four teams with the best regular season records will earn a first-round bye and be seeded 1-4. The remaining eight teams will be seeded 5-12 with the No. 5 seed playing No. 12, No. 6 vs. No. 11, No. 7 vs. No. 10 and No. 8 vs. No. 9.

Memphis

The city of Memphis is pure energy and pure soul. You can hear it in the clubs on Beale Street. You can taste it in Memphis back alley barbecue joints and in upscale restaurants. You can feel it in the magnetic energy of the world-class events and world-famous attractions. There’s just something real about Memphis. From the holy grails of music landmarks to the restaurants, from the basketball court to the acclaimed zoo, from the elegant hotels to the mystical nightclubs on legendary Beale Street, there’s an irresistible soul that’s drawn people here for more than a century. Memphis invites you to come on in and take a closer look. For more information, visit memphistravel.com.

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C-USA CHAMPIONSHIPS Marshall in the C-USA Touranment 2005-06 (Memphis) 3/2/06 Memphis 3/3/06 Southern Miss

W,80-73 L, 60-58

2006-07 (Memphis) 3/1/07 Houston

L, 71-58

2007-08 (Memphis) 3/6/08 Tulane 3/7/08 UAB 3/8/08 SMU

W, 65-58 W, 71-69 OT L, 68-59

2008-09 (Memphis) 3/5/09 Memphis 3/6/09 UTEP 3/7/09 Southern Miss

W, 76-57 W, 72-70 OT L, 64-56

2009-10 (Tulsa) 3/8/10

UCF

2010-11 (El Paso) 3/9/11 Houston 3/10/11 UTEP

L, 57-55

W, 97-87 L, 77-65

Record Overall: 6-6 In Memphis: 5-4 In Tulsa: 0-1 In El Paso: 1-1

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WE ARE... COMPOSITE C-USA SCHEDULE NOVEMBER Fri., November 11 Milligan at East Carolina Global Sports Challenge, Huntington, W.Va. Alabama State at Marshall Alabama A&M at Tulane Arkansas-Little Rock at Tulsa UTSA at UTEP

Marshall at UNC Wilmington ES Sports Maui Invitational, Maui, Hawaii Memphis vs. Duke/Tennessee South Padre Island Invitational, Houston, Texas Florida A&M at Rice Tulane at Navy Tulsa at Jackson State Troy at UAB

Charlotte at East Carolina Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at Houston Austin Peay at Memphis St. Thomas at Rice Georgia Tech at Tulane Arizona State at Tulsa UAB at Kent State Hartford at UCF

Sat., November 12 Grambling State at Houston New Orleans at Rice McMurray at SMU Spring Hill at Southern Miss St. Thomas at UCF

Wed., November 23 ES Sports Maui Invitational, Maui, Hawaii Memphis vs. TBD

Sun., December 4 SMU at Arkansas Little Rock New Mexico State at Southern Miss

Thu., November 24 SMU at Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Season Tip-Off Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout, Anchorage, AK Southern Miss vs. UC Irvine Battle 4 Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas UCF vs. College of Charleston

Tue., December 6 Massachusetts at East Carolina Houston at Texas State Marshall at Syracuse Memphis at Miami (Fla.) Tulane at Wofford

Sun., November 13 Global Sports Challenge, Huntington, W.Va. Jacksonville State at Marshall SE Louisiana at Tulsa UC Riverside at UTEP Mon., November 14 East Carolina at Campbell Utah Valley at Houston Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Season Tip-Off, Palo Alto, CA SMU vs. Colorado State UCF at Florida State Tue., November 15 EA Sports Maui Invitational, Memphis, Tenn. Memphis vs. Belmont Nicholls State at Tulane Wed., November 16 Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Season Tip-Off, Palo Alto, CA SMU vs. Fresno State/Stanford Creighton at UAB Thu., November 17 Coker College at East Carolina Southern at Rice Southern Miss at Denver Charleston Classic, Charleston, S.C. Tulsa vs. Western Kentucky Fri., November 18 Houston vs. Arkansas (Little Rock, Ark.) Maryland Eastern Shore at Tulane Charleston Classic, Charleston, S.C. Tulsa vs. LSU/Northwestern High Point at UCF Sat., November 19 Global Sports Challenge, Huntington, W.Va. Northwestern State at Marshall Florida Gulf Coast at SMU Southern Miss at Colorado State UTEP at New Mexico State Sun., November 20 South Padre Island Invitational, Houston, Texas Maryland Eastern Shore at Rice Charleston Classic, Charleston, S.C. Tulsa vs. TBD Murray State at UAB Mon., November 21 ES Sports Maui Invitational, Maui, Hawaii Memphis vs. Michigan Tue., November 22 East Carolina vs. Appalachian State Oakland at Houston

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Fri., November 25 Global Sports Challenge, Cincinnati, Ohio Marshall at Cincinnati South Padre Island Invitational, South Padre Island, Texas Rice vs. Northern Iowa SMU at Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Season Tip-Off Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout, Anchorage, AK Southern Miss vs. Central Michigan/New Mexico St. Hoops for Hope Classic, New Orleans, La. Alcorn State at Tulane UAB at Wichita State Battle 4 Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas UCF vs. Connecticut/UNC-Asheville Sat., November 26 Chowan at East Carolina TCU at Houston South Padre Island Invitational, South Padre Island, Texas Rice vs. Iowa State Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout, Anchorage, AK Southern Miss vs. TBD Hoops for Hope Classic, New Orleans, La. New Orleans at Tulane Tulsa at Missouri State Battle 4 Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas UCF vs. TBD Stephen F. Austin at UTEP Sun., November 27 Georgia Southern at SMU Hoops for Hope Classic, New Orleans, La. San Diego at Tulane UT-Martin at UAB Mon., November 28 Jackson State at Memphis Tue., November 29 East Carolina at Old Dominion LSU at Houston UTEP at Oregon Wed., November 30 Ohio at Marshall Rice at Houston Baptist Southern at Tulane Tulsa at Oklahoma State UAB at South Alabama

Wed., December 7 Southern Miss at South Alabama Wichita State at Tulsa Middle Tennessee State at UAB Sat., December 10 UTSA at Houston Louisiana Tech at Southern Miss Skip Prosser Classic, New Orleans, La. MacMurray at Tulane Bethune Cookman at UCF Sun., December 11 Iona at Marshall Murray State at Memphis Skip Prosser Classic, New Orleans, La. Jacksonville State at Tulane New Mexico State at UTEP Tue., December 13 North Carolina A&T at UCF Wed., December 14 Louisiana College at Rice UTEP at UNLV Thu., December 15 Dallas Classic, Ellis Davis Fieldhouse, Dallas, Texas SMU vs. Jackson State Fri., December 16 East Carolina at UNC Greensboro Sat., December 17 All College Classic, Oklahoma City, Okla. Houston vs. Oklahoma Basketball Hall of Fame Shootout, Louisville, Ky. Memphis at Louisville Lamar at Rice Mississippi at Southern Miss UT Arlington at Tulsa Old Dominion at UCF Southern at UTEP Mon., December 19 Coastal Carolina at East Carolina Belmont at Marshall Lipscomb at Memphis Temple at Rice SMU at Southeast Missouri State Southern Miss at Arizona State Creighton at Tulsa McNeese State at UTEP

DECEMBER Sat., December 3

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MARSHALL COMPOSITE C-USA SCHEDULE Tue., December 20 UAB at VCU Wed., December 21 Rogers State at Houston WVU Tech at Marshall Louisiana-Lafayette at UCF Thu., December 22 Gardner Webb at East Carolina Memphis at Georgetown Rice vs. Texas A&M Dallas Christian at SMU South Florida at Southern Miss Tulane at Syracuse Jacksonville at UAB Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic, Honolulu UTEP vs. Clemson Fri., December 23 Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic, Honolulu UTEP vs. Kansas State/Southern Illinois Sun., December 25 Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic, Honolulu UTEP vs. TBD Tue., December 27 Belhaven at Southern Miss Wed., December 28 North Carolina A&T at Houston Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at Rice SMU vs. Oklahoma State Mercer at Tulsa UAB at George Washington Bank of the West Don Haskins Sun Bowl Inv’l, El Paso, TX Colorado State at UTEP Thu., December 29 North Carolina Central at East Carolina Marshall at Belmont Robert Morris at Memphis Alcorn State at Southern Miss UCF Holiday Classic, Orlando, Fla. Stetson at UCF Bank of the West Don Haskins Sun Bowl Inv’l, El Paso, TX Jacksonville State/Arkansas-Pine Bluff at UTEP Friday, December 30 Texas State at Houston UCF Holiday Classic, Orlando, Fla. James Madison/Rhode Island at UCF Sat., December 31 Virginia-Wise at East Carolina Charlotte at Memphis Rice at Texas Louisiana Tech at SMU Southern Miss at McNeese State Tulane at Texas Pan American Tulsa at TCU Alabama A&M at UAB JANUARY Sun., January 1 Akron at Marshall

Tue., January 3 SMU at Mississippi UAB at Florida Wed., January 4 *East Carolina at Southern Miss *Tulsa at Houston *UTEP at Marshall *Tulane at UCF Tennessee at Memphis Rice at TCU Sat., January 7 *UCF at East Carolina *Houston at UTEP *Marshall at Rice *Memphis at UAB *SMU at Tulsa *Southern Miss at Tulane Wed., January 11 *Houston at UCF *Marshall at UAB *Southern Miss at Memphis *Rice at SMU *UTEP at Tulsa Sat., January 14 *Tulsa at East Carolina *Memphis at Houston *UCF at Marshall *Rice at Tulane *SMU at UTEP *UAB at Southern Miss Wed., January 18 *East Carolina at UTEP *Houston at SMU *Memphis at UCF *UAB at Rice *Tulane at Tulsa Chesapeake Energy Classic, Charleston, W.Va. Marshall vs. West Virginia Sat., January 21 *East Carolina at Houston *Marshall at Southern Miss *SMU at Memphis *Tulsa at Rice *UTEP at Tulane *UCF at UAB Wed., January 25 *Southern Miss at East Carolina *UAB at Marshall *Rice at Memphis *SMU at Tulane *UCF at Tulsa Sat., January 28 *East Carolina at UAB *UTEP at Houston *Marshall at Memphis *Tulane at Rice *Tulsa at SMU *Southern Miss at UCF Mon., January 30 Palm Beach Atlantic at UCF FEBRUARY Wed., February 1 *SMU at East Carolina *Houston at UAB *Tulane at Marshall *Memphis at Southern Miss *UTEP at Rice

Sat., February 4 *Rice at East Carolina *Houston at Tulane *Marshall at Tulsa *UCF at SMU *UAB at UTEP Xavier at Memphis Wed., February 8 *Memphis at East Carolina *Rice at Houston *Marshall at UCF *Southern Miss at UAB *Tulsa at UTEP TCU at SMU Sat., February 11 *East Carolina at Marshall *Houston at Tulsa *UAB at Memphis *SMU at Rice *UCF at Southern Miss *Tulane at UTEP Wed., February 15 *Memphis at Tulane *UAB at SMU *Tulsa at Southern Miss Sat., February 18 *East Carolina at UCF *Southern Miss at Houston *Marshall at SMU *UTEP at Memphis *Rice at Tulsa *Tulane at UAB Wed., February 22 *East Carolina at Memphis *Houston at Marshall *UCF at Rice *Southern Miss at UTEP Sat., February 25 *UAB at East Carolina *SMU at Houston *Memphis at Marshall *Rice at Southern Miss *Tulsa at Tulane *UTEP at UCF Tue., February 28 *UCF at Memphis Wed., February 29 *Marshall at East Carolina *Tulane at Houston *Rice at UTEP *SMU at Southern Miss *Tulsa at UAB MARCH Sat., March 3 *East Carolina at Tulane *Houston at Rice *Southern Miss at Marshall *Memphis at Tulsa *UTEP at SMU *UAB at UCF Wed.-Sat., March 7-10 2012 C-USA Men’s Basketball Championship (FedExForum, Memphis, Tenn.) *Indicates Conference USA games

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WE ARE...

ALL TIME SERIES School Akron UAB Alderson-Broaddus American Appalachian State Arizona State Arkansas-Little Rock Arkansas-Monticello Arkansas State Armstrong Atlantic State Army Auburn Austin Peay Baldwin-Wallace Ball State Univ. of Baltimore Baylor Beloit Bethany College (W.Va.) Binghamton Bluefield State Boston College Boston University Bowling Green Bradley Brescia Brigham Young Brooklyn College Brown Bucknell Buffalo Butler California Cal-Riverside Campbell Canisius Capital Carnegie Mellon Case Western Reserve Cedarville UCF Central Michigan Centre College Univ. of Charleston Charleston Southern Cincinnati The Citadel CCNY Clemson Cleveland State Colorado College Colorado State Columbia Columbus State Concord Concordia-Chicago Creighton Cumberlands Davidson Davis & Elkins Dayton Delaware Delaware State Denver DePaul DePauw Detroit District of Columbia Duquesne East Carolina East Tennessee State Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Eastern Michigan Eastern Washington Emory & Henry Emporia State Evansville Fairfield Fairleigh Dickinson Fairmont State Florida A&M FIU Florida Southern Florida State

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W 11 5 14 1 32 1 1 2 0 1 2 0 3 3 5 1 2 2 3 2 6 1 2 23 1 1 1 2 1 1 10 0 1 1 1 3 1 1 2 1 7 9 4 92 1 11 33 3 3 4 0 1 2 1 13 1 1 1 23 7 24 1 1 2 1 2 1 3 1 11 21 1 17 12 1 5 2 5 0 2 22 1 1 1 3

L 9 10 3 0 17 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 4 0 6 1 1 3 2 0 1 0 0 31 1 0 1 0 0 0 5 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 5 5 1 23 0 19 10 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 14 10 6 0 0 2 5 0 4 0 3 5 25 0 22 4 0 0 0 4 2 0 11 0 0 0 1

Fordham Franciscan Univ. of Steubenville Fresno State Furman Gardner-Webb Geneva College Georgetown (D.C.) Georgetown (Ky.) George Washington Georgia Georgia Southern Glenville State Hamline Hampton Hardin-Simmons Hartford Hawaii Hawaii Pacific High Point Hofstra Houston Howard Idaho Idaho State Illinois State Illinois Wesleyan Indiana IUPU-Ft. Wayne Indiana State Iona Iowa State Jackson State Jacksonville Jacksonville State John Carroll John Marshall James Madison Kansas Kansas State Kennesaw State Kent State Kentucky Kentucky State Kentucky Wesleyan Lamar LaSalle Lenoir-Rhyne Liberty University Lincoln Memorial University Lipscomb Long Island Longwood Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana Tech Louisville Loyola (Ill.) Loyola (Md.) Loyola Marymount Maine Manhattan Marietta College Marquette Maryland Maryland-Eastern Shore Maryville (Tenn.) Massachusetts Memphis Mercer Miami (Fla.) Miami (Ohio) Michigan State Middle Tennessee St. Milligan Minnesota State-Mankato Mississippi Mississippi State Missouri-Kansas City Montana State Montclair State Morehead State Morgan State Morningside Mt. Union Murray State Muskingum Nebraska

1 4 1 26 1 1 1 6 6 1 10 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 0 3 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 5 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 0 1 1 26 0 1 16 1 1 1 1 2 0 4 2 3 0 5 2 5 0 1 2 5 1 2 1 1 3 2 1 1 28 0 2 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 49 0 1 1 9 2 1

0 2 1 19 0 0 0 2 4 1 2 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 0 0 6 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 4 0 28 11 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 3 2 10 6 0 1 0 0 6 3 2 0 0 3 8 0 2 47 1 3 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 43 1 0 1 10 1 0

Nevada New Hampshire New Mexico New Orleans NYU Niagara North Carolina North Carolina A&T UNC-Asheville UNC-Charlotte UNC-Greensboro UNC-Wilmington North Texas Northern Colorado Northern Illinois Northwestern Northwestern (La.) Notre Dame Ohio Ohio State Ohio Wesleyan Oklahoma Oklahoma State Old Dominion Oral Roberts Oregon Otterbein Pacific Penn State Pennsylvania Pepperdine Peru State (Neb.) Pikeville College (Ky.) Pittsburgh Pitt-Johnstown Portland Presbyterian College Princeton Purdue Radford Rhode Island Rice Richmond Rio Grande Roanoke Robert Morris Rutgers Rutgers-Newark St. Bonaventure St. Francis (N.Y.) St. Francis (Pa.) St. John’s (N.Y.) St. Joseph’s (Ind.) St. Louis St. Peter’s St. Thomas Aquinas Salem International Sam Houston State Samford San Diego San Diego State San Jose State Savannah State Scranton Seattle Seton Hall Shepherd South Alabama South Carolina South Carolina State South Dakota South Florida Southern Illinois SMU Southern Miss Spring Hill Stetson Stonybrook Syracuse Tampa Temple Tennessee Tennessee State Tenn.-Chattanooga Tenn.-Martin Tennessee Tech

1 1 0 2 1 2 0 3 3 4 1 0 1 1 10 1 1 0 46 0 10 0 1 4 2 0 1 1 0 1 2 2 1 0 3 1 1 2 0 8 2 5 1 14 4 3 0 3 3 3 15 1 2 1 3 0 24 1 3 1 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 6 6 2 2 1 1 1 1 3 1 19 1 3

2 0 1 1 0 0 3 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 5 0 0 1 51 1 9 2 1 4 3 2 2 0 5 0 3 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 4 2 2 0 2 3 6 0 0 0 2 2 11 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 3 1 0 1 1 0 5 0 5 0 0 0 0 6 0 28 0 1

Texas A&M TCU UT-Arlington UTEP Texas Tech Toledo Transylvania Troy Tulane Tulsa Union College (Ky.) Valparaiso Vermont Villanova Virginia VCU VMI Virginia Tech Wake Forest Washburn Washington Washington & Jefferson Washington & Lee West Florida West Liberty West Texas State West Virginia West Virginia State West Virginia Univ. Tech West Virginia Wesleyan Western Carolina Western Kentucky Western Maryland Western Michigan Wheaton College (Ill.) Wichita State William & Mary Wilmington College (Ohio) Winthrop Wisconsin Wisconsin-Green Bay Wisconsin-Milwaukee Wisconsin-River Falls Wittenberg Wofford Wright State Wyoming Xavier Yale Youngstown State Non-College Opponents Armco Army War College Ashland YMCA Brooklyn YMCA Charleston High School Charleston Senators Charleston Taw Club Cincinnati Church of Christ Fenwick Club Fort Belvoir Fort Knox Greenbriar Military Hinton Huntington High School Ironton McArthur Collegians Mexico Middleport YMCA New York Celtics Ohio Mechanics Parkersburg YMCA Pentagon Pomeroy Republic of China Southeastern Southwestern Spencer High School Toronto Wheeling Coca-Cola Total-All Games

3 1 1 1 0 21 1 2 7 4 3 1 1 1 2 0 33 10 2 0 1 0 3 1 4 1 11 1 16 29 29 4 1 30 1 1 0 1 3 1 0 1 1 3 1 1 1 13 1 6

0 1 3 0 2 4 4 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1,362 991

Bold indicates 2010-11 opponent First time opponents: Alabama State, Belmont

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0 1 0 7 1 33 2 1 5 7 0 0 0 1 6 2 15 9 2 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 28 0 6 13 13 11 0 19 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 1 2 11 1 1


MARSHALL AKRON MAR leads, 11-9 46-47 (-) A 47-48 (-) H 48-49 (F3) A 49-50 (D23) H 50-51 (M2) A 51-52 (-) H 74-75 (M3) H 97-98 (D29) A (F25) H 98-99 (J9) A 99-00 (J5) A 00-01 (J13) H 01-02 (F5) H (M1) A 02-03 (F12) H (M5) A 03-04 (F2) A (M3) H 04-05 (J19) H (M2) A

N A H A H A H N A H H A H A N A H A H N H A A H H A A H H A H A N A H H A N H A H

ASU ASU MAR MAR MAR ASU MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR ASU ASU MAR ASU ASU ASU MAR MAR ASU MAR MAR ASU ASU MAR MAR ASU MAR ASU MAR ASU

77-62 + 65-60 61-49 95-76 83-69 84-83 84-77 97-67 + 76-57 93-82 69-67 60-59 85-72 75-69 ot 76-61 + 88-80 101-72 83-76 97-96 83-69 + 82-75 82-69 90-82 96-86 75-72 68-61 111-92 82-79 95-86 102-77 93-80 70-69 93-82 89-87 95-64 70-67 77-69 84-78 73-65 64-60 80-72

ARIZONA STATE MAR leads, 1-0 56-57 (D29) H

MAR

98-73

81-82 MAR MAR AKR MAR MAR MAR AKR AKR AKR MAR AKR MAR MAR MAR MAR AKR AKR MAR AKR AKR

63-61 73-47 55-51 94-81 84-81 113-81 87-61 68-52 65-62 76-67 92-78 77-68 78-63 104-87 74-58 79-71 85-69 78-68 65-55 71-64

82-83 83-84

84-85 85-86 86-87

87-88 88-89

89-90 90-91

UAB UAB leads, 8-7 03-04 (D30) A 04-05 (D4) H 05-06 (J14) H (M4) A 06-07 (F3) H (F24) A (M7) N 07-08 (J19) H (F2) A 08-09 (J31) H (M7) A 09-10 (J23) H (F13) A 10-11 (J26) A (F9) H

91-92 MAR UAB UAB UAB MAR UAB MAR MAR UAB UAB UAB UAB MAR UAB UAB

68-66 81-78 76-64 82-61 61-54 70-57 53-52 $ 62-57 74-55 75-73 70-52 61-59 81-74 60-56 64-48

92-93 93-94 94-95

95-96 96-97

05-06 09-10

ALDERSON-BROADDUS MAR leads, 13-6 07-08 (J24) A MAR 21-22 (J12) A ALB (M4) H MAR 22-23 (J18) A ALB 23-24 (J19) A ALB (F20) H MAR 24-25 (J24) A MAR (F25) H MAR 25-26 (J22) A ALB (M3) H MAR 26-27 (J21) A MAR (F22) H MAR 27-28 (J19) A ALB (F22) H MAR 28-29 (J15) A MAR (F13) H MAR 37-38 (D14) A MAR 41-42 (J23) ALB 42-43 (-) MAR AMERICAN MAR leads, 1-0 43-44 (D18) A

MAR

APPALACHIAN STATE MAR leads, 32-18 76-77 (D30) H MAR 77-78 (J23) A MAR 78-79 (D9) A ASU (J27) H ASU 79-80 (D20) H MAR (F4) A ASU (F29) N MAR 80-81 (J5) H MAR (J24) A ASU

14-12 23-11 33-20 21-11 21-20 27-24 33-17 48-23 32-20 44-25 37-26 34-13 29-23 30-20 36-23 59-21 48-44 58-55 64-39

61-25

84-79 ot 88-72 81-56 78-66 74-65 47-41 91-76 + 58-52 75-56

(M6) (J9) (F15) (J22) (F25) (J23) (F13) (M3) (J14) (F7) (J11) (F24) (J10) (F23) (F27) (J16) (F22) (J28) (F27) (M3) (J27) (F26) (J26) (F25) (J25) (F24) (J6) (J31) (J4) (J31) (J14) (F13) (M3) (J13) (F14) (J25) (F10) (M1) (D17) (J4) (M22)

SERIES VS. OPPONENTS

ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK Series tied, 1-1 85-86 (D14) H MAR 79-76 88-89 (D31) A UALR 89-69 ARKANSAS-MONTICELLO (formerly Arkansas A&M) MAR leads, 2-0 50-51 (D26) H MAR 96-45 01-02 (N28) H MAR 93-63 ARKANSAS STATE ASU leads, 1-0 88-89 (D16) N ASU

81-73

ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC ST. MAR leads, 1-0 81-82 (N30) H MAR 100-91 ARMY MAR leads, 2-0 81-82 (N27) H 89-90 (N24) N AUBURN AUB leads, 1-0 01-02 (D15) N AUSTIN PEAY APSU leads, 4-3 56-57 (D21) N 75-76 (D6) H

MAR MAR

71-53 81-74

85-86 86-87 88-89 89-90

(D20) (D13) (D6) (N25) (J6)

A H H A H

APSU MAR APSU APSU APSU

BALDWIN-WALLACE MAR leads, 3-0 55-56 (J20) A MAR 56-57 (F7) H MAR 75-76 (N29) H MAR

91-87 102-80 70-50

BALL STATE BSU leads, 6-5 97-98 (J10) H (J29) A (F28) A 98-99 (F3) H 99-00 (J24) H 00-01 (J24) A (M8) N 01-02 (J29) H 02-03 (J28) A 03-04 (F24) H 04-05 (F6) A

86-78 90-82 93-76 # 73-66 85-73 77-72 84-81 # 98-95 ot 96-75 79-78 90-81

BSU BSU BSU MAR MAR MAR BSU MAR BSU BSU MAR

UNIV. OF BALTIMORE Series tied, 1-1 40-41 (J-) BAL 47-48 (J-) MAR

49-36 87-40

BAYLOR MAR leads, 2-1 72-73 (D15) H 86-87 (D30) A 87-88 (D19) H

MAR BAY MAR

82-72 73-69 79-68

BELOIT BEL leads, 3-2 47-48 (D-) 49-50 (D31) H (J2) A 50-51 (D23) A (D29) H

BEL MAR BEL BEL MAR

65-60 71-56 67-48 102-71 89-79

BETHANY COLLEGE (W.Va.) MAR leads, 3-2 10-11 (F1) H BET 35-15 11-12 (F10) A MAR 36-25 21-22 (F2) H BET 24-12 25-26 (F16) A BET 35-25 38-39 (J17) H MAR 71-21 41-42 (D19) MAR 62-32 BINGHAMTON MAR leads, 2-0 09-10 (D7) A 10-11 (D28) H

MAR MAR

BLUEFIELD STATE MAR leads, 6-1 21-22 (J14) A BLUE (J20) H MAR 26-27 (F4) H MAR 27-28 (J11) H MAR 94-95 (N26) H MAR 97-98 (N22) H MAR 98-99 (N14) H MAR BOSTON COLLEGE MAR leads, 1-0 55-56 (D29) N MAR

AUB

MAR MAR

96-79 85-69 73-68 108-97 79-78 ot

69-55 85-60

28-26 23-6 41-20 28-23 112-67 118-60 105-64

130-69

78-60

61-60 79-77

BOSTON UNIVERSITY MAR leads, 2-0 07-08 (N25) H MAR 08-08 (D6) A MAR

BOWLING GREEN BGSU leads, 31-23 53-54 (J23) H MAR (F6) A BGSU 54-55 (F14) A MAR (F20) H MAR 55-56 (F10) A MAR (F20) H MAR 56-57 (J14) A BGSU (F9) H MAR 57-58 (F1) A MAR (F8) H MAR 58-59 (F7) H BGSU (F28) A BGSU 59-60 (F2) H MAR (F27) A BGSU 60-61 (J28) H MAR (F20) A MAR 61-62 (J20) A BGSU (F10) H BGSU 62-63 (J19) H BGSU (F25) A BGSU 63-64 (F24) A BGSU (M7) H BGSU 64-65 (F22) A BGSU (M6) H BGSU 65-66 (J22) H BGSU (M2) A BGSU 66-67 (J6) A MAR (F11) H MAR 67-68 (J6) A BGSU (F3) H MAR 68-69 (J25) H MAR (F15) A BGSU 69-70 (J24) A BGSU (F14) H BGSU 70-71 (J23) H MAR (F13) A BGSU 71-72 (J22) A MAR (F12) H MAR 72-73 (J10) A BGSU 76-77 (D20) H BGSU 80-81 (D30) H MAR 97-98 (J24) A MAR (F18) H MAR 98-99 (J19) H BGSU (F24) A BGSU 99-00 (J2) A BGSU (F26) H BGSU 00-01 (F14) A BGSU (F28) H MAR 01-02 (F9) A BGSU 02-03 (F8) H MAR 03-04 (J31) A BGSU 04-05 (J6) H BGSU 06-07 (D22) H BGSU

91-87 100-70 91-89 91-69 87-85 95-91 80-75 87-66 76-74 101-87 88-85 3ot 94-81 85-75 90-86 64-58 67-60 68-55 73-70 93-77 114-86 106-87 106-72 114-93 98-94 90-83 105-95 79-74 89-85 61-57 69-62 100-98 101-80 94-78 83-82 80-64 112-99 103-80 91-67 92-87 95-88 ot 87-85 69-67 70-52 81-67 78-72 85-64 88-83 82-69 63-55 83-60 56-54 88-73 69-64 79-78

BRADLEY Series tied, 1-1 45-46 (D31) A 46-47 (F27) A

MAR 54-47 BRAD 62-51

BRESCIA MAR leads, 1-0 09-10 (D16) H

MAR

105-54

BRIGHAM YOUNG Series tied, 1-1 48-49 (D30) N MAR 50-51 (D9) H BYU

83-64 70-57

BROOKLYN COLLEGE MAR leads, 2-0 44-45 (D-) A MAR 82-83 (N29) H MAR

57-42 74-54

70-47 84-80

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SERIES VS. OPPONENTS BROWN MAR leads, 1-0 82-83 (D10) H BUCKNELL MAR leads, 1-0 44-45 (D15) A BUFFALO MAR leads, 10-5 98-99 (J14) H (F17) A 99-00 (F3) H (F19) A (M1) H 00-01 (D30) H (M3) A 01-02 (J19) H (F23) A 02-03 (J8) A (J25) H 03-04 (J17) H (F7) A 04-05 (J27) A (F23) H BUTLER BUT leads, 2-0 95-96 (D10) H 96-97 (F5) A

08-09 MAR

74-65

10-11 MAR

MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR BUF BUF MAR MAR MAR BUF BUF BUF

BUT BUT

82-62 73-63 93-61 88-72 83-66 # 85-75 ot 86-73 82-78 87-62 69-63 87-77 86-74 77-58 78-65 68-55

102-92 84-57

MAR CAL

51-47 72-70

CAL-RIVERSIDE MAR leads, 1-0 70-71 (D3) H

MAR

98-89

CANISIUS MAR leads, 3-1 73-74 (M4) H 74-75 (F8) A 94-95 (D10) N 99-00 (N20) N CAPITAL MAR leads, 1-0 74-75 (N30) H

MAR

MAR CAN MAR MAR

MAR

CARNEGIE MELLON MAR leads, 1-0 54-55 (D30) N MAR

105-66

71-64 86-69 102-92 85-77

67-54

101-82

CASE WESTERN RESERVE MAR leads, 2-1 53-54 (M2) H MAR 80-59 54-55 (D11) H MAR 90-84 54-55 (F26) A CWR 70-58

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A H A H A H

UCF MAR MAR MAR UCF MAR

87-69 67-62 81-75 121-115 3ot 65-58 83-69

33-34 34-35 35-36

52-49

CALIFORNIA Series tied, 1-1 39-40 (J-) H 06-07 (N23) N

CAMPBELL MAR leads, 1-0 81-82 (F13) H

09-10

(J25) (F28) (J13) (F27) (J5) (M5)

CEDARVILLE MAR leads, 1-0 47-48 (D-) -

MAR

80-30

UCF MAR leads, 7-5 05-06 (J11) A (M1) H 06-07 (J13) H (F10) A 07-08 (F6) A (F23) H

MAR MAR UCF UCF UCF MAR

73-69 73-61 78-71 75-58 77-63 71-66

CENTRAL MICHIGAN MAR leads, 9-5 72-73 (J13) H MAR 73-74 (F2) A CMU 94-95 (N30) A MAR (D19) H MAR 97-98 (F7) H MAR 98-99 (D30) H MAR 99-00 (D30) H MAR (M5) N MAR 00-01 (J27) A CMU 01-02 (J16) A CMU (F27) H MAR 02-03 (J14) H CMU 03-04 (J3) A MAR 04-05 (J2) H CMU CENTRE COLLEGE MAR leads, 4-1 27-28 (F17) H CEN 28-29 (F14) H MAR 36-37 (J19) H MAR 36-37 (F2) A MAR 40-41 (J-) MAR

39-40 99-91 90-76 87-80 87-76 82-60 81-60 87-63 58-56 # 80-68 88-84 82-57 81-78 72-63 88-83

42-43 45-46

46-47 47-48 50-51 51-52 52-53 53-54

30-24 42-26 33-29 59-42 69-25

UNIV. OF CHARLESTON (formerly Morris Harvey College) MAR leads, 96-21 07-08 (N28) A MAR 7-6 (D20) A MAR 12-5 08-09 (J-) A MAR 46-17 09-10 (F4) H CHA 20-19 (F19) H MAR 39-3 (F25) A MAR 41-20 11-12 (J12) A MAR 42-29 12-13 (J1) H MAR 29-9 13-14 (F6) H MAR 42-19 16-17 (F7) H MAR 35-18 (F10) A CHA 27-18 (F19) N MAR 24-16 17-18 (J27) A CHA 39-31 (F16) H CHA 29-26 (F20) A CHA 34-29 20-21 (J19) H CHA 33-16 (F20) A CHA 25-21 (M8) H MAR 29-21 23-24 (J26) H MAR 29-19 (F9) A CHA 24-17 24-25 (J16) H MAR 45-14 (M5) H MAR 37-15 25-26 (J23) A MAR 27-22 (M4) H MAR 43-18 26-27 (F27) A MAR 21-19 (M3) H MAR 19-15 27-28 (F3) H CHA 20-17 (F27) A CHA 26-24 (M1) H MAR 37-17 28-29 (J25) H MAR 43-38 (F26) A MAR 47-26 (F28) H MAR 43-23 29-30 (J23) H MAR 32-19 (F14) A MAR 49-32 (M4) H MAR 41-34 30-31 (J10) H MAR 24-13 (F25) A MAR 31-17 (M5) H MAR 50-22 31-32 (J15) H MAR 38-28 (J30) A MAR 36-22 (M3) H MAR 63-30 32-33 (J10) A MAR 56-25

54-55 55-56 56-57 57-58 60-61 61-62 62-63

63-64 64-65 65-66 66-67 67-68 68-69 69-70 70-71 71-72 72-73 73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 85-86

(F14) (F13) (M1) (J5) (F5) (D-) (J-) (F-) (F-) (J-) (F-) (J-) (J-) (F-) (J-) (F-) (J-) (F-) (J11) (F7) (J-) (F-) (J-) (F-) (J12) (F20) (F5) (F17) (J18) (F25) (J5) (F14) (D21) (J9) (F1) (F8) (D1) (D29) (J16) (D7) (J14) (D5) (J6) (D4) (J11) (D3) (J8) (D2) (J10) (N30) (J6) (D10) (J17) (J6) (J16) (J15) (J29) (D2) (J20) (D8) (J12) (F1) (F18) (J17) (F5) (J22) (F10) (D5) (N25) (J6) (D1) (N28) (J3) (J3) (N24) (N23) (J8)

A H A A H A H A H H A H A H A H A H H H A H A H A H A H A H H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A H H A H A A H A H A H H H A H A H H H A H

MAR MAR MAR CHA MAR MAR MAR MAR CHA CHA MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR CHA MAR MAR MAR MAR CHA MAR MAR MAR CHA CHA MAR CHA MAR MAR CHA MAR MAR CHA CHA MAR CHA MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR CHA MAR CHA CHA MAR MAR MAR MAR CHA MAR

52-31 49-34 41-36 43-39 25-24 49-38 62-20 39-25 51-42 69-50 56-33 68-48 68-48 65-41 86-65 44-34 71-41 62-47 96-75 73-56 85-70 72-62 105-79 80-64 86-60 101-92 108-94 103-92 115-76 109-91 99-75 82-79 113-86 99-88 106-87 89-83 76-72 84-80 109-85 78-71 90-81 98-96 109-76 84-83 82-79 110-87 86-79 83-69 101-93 82-81 71-70 100-96 99-93 119-76 87-75 88-69 78-68 85-70 95-72 84-69 73-64 90-63 98-87 90-61 74-64 69-67 76-73 74-71 85-74 53-39 78-69 74-54 83-50 92-59 93-80 94-73 106-100

88-89 89-90 00-01

(D19) H (J2) H (N17) H

MAR MAR MAR

122-84 86-62 109-75

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN MAR leads, 1-0 05-06 (D20) H MAR 82-53 CINCINNATI CIN leads, 19-11 21-22 (F18) A 31-32 (F18) A 32-33 (J18) H (F17) A 33-34 (J6) H (F17) A 34-35 (J12) H (F15) A 35-36 (J18) H (F14) A 36-37 (J9) H (F13) A 37-38 (J15) H (F18) A 38-39 (J17) H (F18) A 43-44 (J22) H (F16) A 44-45 (J15) H (F3) A 45-46 (J19) A (F13) H 46-47 (J31) H (F18) A 58-59 (D13) A 59-60 (D5) A 60-61 (M4) H 61-62 (D16) A 82-83 (D21) A 83-84 (D22) H 00-01 (N21) A

CIN CIN MAR CIN MAR CIN CIN CIN CIN CIN MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR CIN MAR CIN MAR CIN CIN MAR CIN CIN CIN CIN CIN CIN CIN MAR CIN

52-15 31-28 41-27 31-28 35-25 41-32 50-40 48-27 41-34 51-33 38-33 56-53 63-32 38-27 23-22 35-30 55-49 65-37 75-37 36-34 49-47 60-53 66-54 53-42 106-86 102-61 69-57 77-49 88-81 ot 77-50 79-75

THE CITADEL MAR leads, 33-10 62-63 (D19) H 64-65 (D17) H 76-77 (J31) A 77-78 (J14) H (F4) A 78-79 (J13) H (F19) A 79-80 (J26) H (F18) A (F23) H 80-81 (J31) H (F23) A 81-82 (J16) H (F1) A 82-83 (J15) A (F24) H 83-84 (J9) A (F18) H 84-85 (J30) A (F9) H (M2) N 85-86 (J18) H (F10) A 86-87 (J17) A (F9) H 87-88 (J23) H (F15) A (M4) N 88-89 (J21) H (F20) A 89-90 (J20) A

MAR CIT MAR MAR CIT CIT CIT MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR CIT MAR MAR CIT MAR CIT MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR CIT CIT

71-69 96-84 82-73 85-81 ot 74-57 58-57 75-69 68-59 78-74 ot 100-66 + 76-60 87-79 74-61 77-62 71-70 69-61 84-76 85-71 92-87 ot 75-65 79-68 + 90-70 85-78 72-69 96-92 87-67 105-78 121-78 + 62-53 100-80 64-52

MARSHALL BASKETBALL 11-12


MARSHALL 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97

(F19) (J5) (F4) (F3) (F29) (J17) (F20) (J17) (F19) (F4) (F3) (J13)

H A H A H H A A H A H A

CCNY MAR leads, 3-1 36-37 (D26) A 39-40 (D-) A 79-80 (D8) H 82-83 (D28) H CLEMSON MAR leads, 3-1 60-61 (D8) H 61-62 (J13) A 83-84 (D30) N 96-97 (D30) A

MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR CIT MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR

91-85 90-81 90-78 75-67 82-77 62-50 68-52 83-79 ot 85-64 76-62 98-54 81-80 ot

CCNY MAR MAR MAR

49-33 60-26 109-69 113-54

MAR MAR MAR CLEM

CLEVELAND STATE MAR leads, 4-1 70-71 (F25) H MAR 71-72 (F3) H MAR 72-73 (D12) A MAR 89-90 (D16) H CSU 90-91 (D15) A MAR

82-65 90-75 63-61 73-57

101-76 102-70 79-72 84-71 81-79

COLORADO COLLEGE CC leads, 1-0 40-41 (D19) A CC

35-31

COLORADO STATE MAR leads, 2-1 40-41 (D21) A MAR 89-90 (D2) H MAR 90-91 (N26) A CSU

35-31 65-58 79-49

COLUMBIA MAR leads, 2-0 76-77 (D10) H 79-80 (D28) N CONCORD MAR leads, 14-2 22-23 (F13) H 23-24 (F12) H 24-25 (F14) H 25-26 (F26) A 26-27 (F11) H 28-29 (J23) H (F23) A 29-30 (J24) H 31-32 (F19) H 45-46 (J-) (F-) 46-47 (J-) (J-) 47-48 (J-) (F-) 49-50 (D3) -

MAR MAR

MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR CON MAR CON MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR

79-78 88-78

16-13 18-13 31-10 34-31 29-17 47-41 42-32 40-34 24-15 61-44 58-53 87-45 86-47 88-53 78-62 84-45

CONCORDIA-CHICAGO MAR leads, 1-0 46-47 (F26) A MAR

62-61

CREIGHTON MAR leads, 1-0 46-47 (J3) H

54-46

MAR

CUMBERLANDS MAR leads, 1-0 08-09 (D20) H DAVIDSON MAR leads, 23-14 77-78 (D17) H (J4) A 78-79 (J15) H 79-80 (D17) H (J21) A 80-81 (D8) H (J10) A (F28) A 81-82 (J7) A (J23) H 82-83 (J31) A (M5) H 83-84 (F11) H (F25) A (M2) N 84-85 (J19) A (F16) H (M1) N 85-86 (F3) A (F22) H 86-87 (F2) H (F21) A (M1) N 87-88 (F8) A (F20) H 92-93 (J24) A (F27) H (M5) N 93-94 (D30) H (F26) A 94-95 (J28) A (F25) H 95-96 (J27) H (F24) A (M2) N 96-97 (J8) A (F3) H DAVIS & ELKINS D&E leads, 10-7 08-09 (J-) H 12-13 (J18) H 22-23 (J11) A (M1) H 23-24 (J17) A (J31) H 24-25 (J17) H (J23) A 27-28 (J21) A (J28) H 28-29 (J17) A (F2) H 33-34 (J26) A (F27) H 41-42 (F13) 52-53 (D-) (-) DAYTON MAR leads, 24-6 34-35 (J7) H (F26) A 35-36 (J-) H (F-) A 36-37 (J5) H (F20) A 37-38 (J11) A (F26) H 38-39 (J21) H (-) A 39-40 (J-) H (F-) A

SERIES VS. OPPONENTS 40-41 MAR

80-70

H A H A H A H A H A H A H H A H A A

MAR MAR MAR MAR DAY MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR DAY DAY MAR MAR DAY MAR MAR DAY

78-42 46-37 43-37 55-31 52-45 52-48 57-46 88-42 65-61 79-53 58-52 67-55 60-54 60-57 68-41 81-74 67-65 62-50

DELAWARE MAR leads, 1-0 96-97 (J3) H

MAR

89-78

DELAWARE STATE MAR leads, 1-0 84-85 (J2) H MAR

90-62

DENVER Series tied, 2-2 40-41 (D20) A 41-42 (D13) H 47-48 (D22) A 55-56 (D30) N

DEN MAR DEN MAR

45-40 47-45 69-56 79-78

DEPAUL DPL leads, 5-1 73-74 (J16) A (M2) H 74-75 (D28) A (J29) H 75-76 (F14) A 76-77 (F21) H

DPL DPL DPL MAR DPL DPL

68-76 80-83 104-77 107-96 118-62 93-74

DEPAUW MAR leads, 2-0 46-47 (F-) 71-72 (J12) H

MAR MAR

73-58 102-76

DETROIT DET leads, 4-1 76-77 (F24) A 77-78 (D30) H 78-79 (D18) A 79-80 (J8) H 00-01 (N27) H

DET DET DET DET MAR

122-86 89-84 92-61 101-77 77-69

41-42 42-43

MAR MAR MAR MAR DAV DAV DAV MAR MAR DAV MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR DAV MAR MAR MAR MAR DAV MAR DAV DAV DAV MAR DAV DAV MAR DAV DAV DAV MAR MAR

MAR D&E D&E D&E D&E MAR D&E D&E D&E D&E D&E D&E MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR

MAR MAR DAY MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR

108-80 87-64 85-74 115-97 81-53 79-73 2ot 104-76 90-77 + 67-65 61-59 81-73 68-56 80-69 66-65 78-68 + 80-74 ot 65-63 83-71 + 81-68 66-57 76-67 96-90 66-64ot + 79-76 83-71 82-69 63-57 67-65 + 75-71 87-68 78-63 81-76 106-57 83-77 92-77 + 85-81 76-70

52-17 28-27 47-35 31-25 39-25 24-14 33-13 31-19 42-22 17-6 54-23 50-34 41-36 46-41 83-37 123-62 83-61

39-25 35-32 37-35 38-27 51-35 48-41 49-28 56-31 46-37 61-39 31-25 61-25

45-46 46-47 47-48 48-49

49-50 00-01 08-09

(D-) (J-) (J10) (F27) (J-) (F-) (F-) (F-) (J-) (F-) (M1) (J10) (J22) (F25) (J3) (F4) (D2) (D23)

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA MAR leads, 3-0 89-90 (D1) H MAR 111-62 90-91 (J21) A MAR 90-71 91-92 (N25) H MAR 87-69 DUQUESNE DUQ leads, 3-1 69-70 (D5) A 73-74 (J23) H 74-75 (F13) A 78-79 (D29) N

DUQ MAR DUQ DUQ

120-75 78-75 83-72 88-83

EAST CAROLINA MAR leads, 11-5 68-69 (J18) A 70-71 (J2) H 73-74 (D29) H 75-76 (D30) N 05-06 (F1) H (F18) A 06-07 (J31) H

ECU MAR MAR ECU MAR ECU MAR

85-82 107-79 92-81 70-67 72-66 63-59 56-52

07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11

(F21) (J16) (F9) (J10) (F25) (J9) (F6) (J22) (F12)

A A H H A A H H A

MAR ECU MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR ECU MAR

54-51 75-62 83-49 72-64 76-62 83-65 100-49 82-81 78-65

EAST TENNESSEE STATE ETSU leads, 25-21 56-57 (D22) A ETSU 81-71 78-79 (D2) H MAR 88-76 79-80 (J5) A MAR 76-62 (J14) H MAR 67-62 80-81 (J17) H MAR 78-66 (F7) A ETSU 76-75 81-82 (J11) A ETSU 95-87 (F8) H MAR 98-96 (F27) A ETSU 110-92 + 82-83 (F3) H ETSU 75-73 (F17) A ETSU 86-82 83-84 (J21) H MAR 100-82 (F6) A MAR 65-63 84-85 (J7) A MAR 62-57 (F14) H MAR 81-59 85-86 (J13) A ETSU 75-63 (F1) H MAR 96-76 (F28) N ETSU 82-80 + 86-87 (J12) H MAR 81-62 (J31) A MAR 86-72 87-88 (J18) A ETSU 84-74 (F6) H MAR 77-72 88-89 (J30) A ETSU 101-84 (F25) H MAR 97-88 (M5) N ETSU 96-73 + 89-90 (J29) H ETSU 99-88 (F24) A ETSU 84-74 ot 90-91 (J28) A ETSU 99-88 (F23) H MAR 107-103 ot 91-92 (J27) H ETSU 72-66 (F22) A ETSU 99-80 92-93 (J13) A ETSU 83-74 (J30) H MAR 75-73 93-94 (J13) H ETSU 90-76 (J29) A ETSU 103-85 94-95 (J21) H ETSU 85-82 (F20) A MAR 74-61 95-96 (J20) A ETSU 82-76 ot (F19) H MAR 111-84 96-97 (F1) A ETSU 76-64 (F17) H MAR 80-69 04-05 (N23) H MAR 80-76 05-06 (N28) A ETSU 91-63 07-08 (N20) H MAR 84-83 ot (D4) A ETSU 79-73 08-09 (D2) H ETSU 76-72 EASTERN ILLINOIS MAR leads, 1-0 46-47 (D-) N MAR

67-60

EASTERN KENTUCKY EKU leads, 22-17 24-25 (F20) A MAR 49-50 (J14) H EKU (F10) A EKU (F22) N EKU 50-51 (J17) A EKU (F10) H EKU (F22) N EKU 51-52 (D8) A EKU (F16) H EKU 58-59 (D8) H MAR 59-60 (D12) A EKU (F22) H MAR 60-61 (D5) A EKU

47-28 65-49 71-55 66-62 ^ 87-61 79-75 91-54 ^ 78-73 77-68 88-82 90-82 86-79 84-67

MARSHALL BASKETBALL 11-12

55


WE ARE...

SERIES VS. OPPONENTS EKU EKU MAR EKU EKU MAR EKU MAR MAR EKU MAR EKU MAR MAR MAR MAR EKU MAR EKU MAR EKU EKU EKU MAR MAR MAR

70-58 85-73 85-73 94-66 94-92 88-75 93-86 99-88 112-83 76-73 86-71 100-95 81-79 83-72 100-76 63-60 83-77 102-89 79-78 75-71 104-78 97-93 81-79 62-61 88-71 89-64

EASTERN MICHIGAN MAR leads, 12-4 82-83 (D30) H MAR 83-84 (N29) A MAR 84-85 (D28) H EMU 85-86 (D16) A MAR 97-98 (J5) A EMU 98-99 (J2) H MAR (F6) A MAR 99-00 (J15) H MAR 00-01 (J15) A MAR 01-02 (J12) H MAR 02-03 (F3) A EMU (M10) H MAR 03-04 (F11) H MAR (M8) H MAR 04-05 (N30) A EMU (F9) H MAR

71-68 77-65 63-62 72-65 99-82 71-51 79-70 83-68 72-46 97-75 90-81 83-75 # 75-68 78-59 90-88 81-75

63-64 64-65 65-66 66-67 67-68 68-69 72-73 73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 87-88 94-95

(F23) (D11) (F8) (D9) (M3) (D11) (F9) (D7) (J4) (D13) (J20) (D11) (J30) (J6) (F3) (J5) (F4) (D21) (J8) (D2) (F9) (D18) (F16) (D5) (D6) (J2)

H A H A H H A A H A H A H H A H A H A H A N A H A H

EASTERN WASHINGTON MAR leads, 1-0 46-47 (M8) N MAR 56-48 EMORY&HENRY MAR leads, 5-0 30-31 (F14) A 38-39 (J30) A (F12) H 39-40 (J-) H (J-) A EMPORIA STATE MAR leads, 2-0 46-47 (M9) N 48-49 (D11) H EVANSVILLE MAR leads, 5-4 45-46 (J-) 46-47 (F-) 47-48 (J-) 49-50 (D27) H 50-51 (J31) A 51-52 (D) H (J-) A 05-06 (N18) A (N26) H FAIRFIELD FAIR leads, 2-0 72-73 (M18) N

56

MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR

MAR MAR

35-28 52-46 47-45 68-39 65-26

56-55 90-47

73-74

(F23)

N

FAIR

86-63

FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON MAR leads, 2-0 74-75 (F5) H MAR 75-76 (F7) H MAR

54-44 58-52

FAIRMONT STATE MAR leads, 22-11 23-24 (J18) A (F1) H 24-25 (J23) A (J31) H 25-26 (J8) H (F17) A 26-27 (J20) A (F1) H 27-28 (J18) A (F10) H 28-29 (J18) A (F8) H 29-30 (J12) A (F5) H 30-31 (J15) A (F4) H 31-32 (F4) A (F15) H 32-33 (J26) A (J31) H 33-34 (J25) A (F24) H 34-35 (J11) A (F13) H 35-36 (F-) A (F-) H 43-44 (D-) (D-) 44-45 (D-) (F-) 45-46 (J-) (F-) 50-51 (D2) H

21-15 26-10 19-16 23-13 17-16 27-20 37-27 37-29 40-22 46-32 47-30 53-33 24-23 45-34 46-35 47-31 33-32 35-27 49-44 29-23 29-26 35-26 32-30 34-29 64-36 70-40 43-24 44-30 53-32 71-35 82-47 66-51 84-34

FLORIDA A&M MAR leads, 1-0 86-87 (D18) H FIU MAR leads, 1-0 10-11 (N29) H

MAR MAR MAR FS FS FS FS FS FS MAR MAR MAR FS MAR FS MAR FS MAR MAR FS FS MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR

MAR

MAR

FLORIDA SOUTHERN MAR leads, 1-0 64-65 (J16) H MAR FLORIDA STATE MAR leads, 3-1 57-58 (J25) H 66-67 (J25) A 72-73 (F26) A 74-75 (D7) A

90-85

85-86

(D20) H

FURMAN MAR leads, 26-19 38-39 (F2) A 77-78 (J7) A (J28) H (M4) N 78-79 (D16) H (F17) A 79-80 (J28) H (F16) A (M1) N 80-81 (J19) H (F21) A 81-82 (D15) H (J30) A 82-83 (J17) A (M2) H (M10) N 83-84 (J7) A (J16) H 84-85 (J26) H (F4) A 85-86 (J20) H (F8) A 86-87 (J19) A (F7) H (F28) N 87-88 (J25) H (F13) A 88-89 (J23) H (F18) A (M4) N 89-90 (J22) A (F17) H (M2) N 90-91 (J7) A (F2) H 91-92 (F1) A (M2) H (M6) N 92-93 (J23) H (F28) A 93-94 (J22) H (F28) A 94-95 (J30) H 95-96 (J29) A 96-97 (J11) H

MAR

55-44

MAR FUR MAR FUR FUR FUR MAR FUR FUR MAR FUR MAR FUR MAR MAR FUR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR FUR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR FUR FUR MAR MAR MAR FUR FUR FUR FUR FUR MAR MAR MAR MAR FUR FUR MAR MAR

84-33 102-77 69-60 69-53 + 74-61 71-61 83-67 61-57 80-62 + 98-80 92-90 ot 84-74 100-77 70-54 78-69 67-60 + 93-74 80-61 67-60 90-62 68-58 82-81 76-72 82-61 77-64 + 88-68 70-69 ot 77-69 94-86 91-68 + 78-55 88-79 82-77 + 75-72 88-63 93-82 82-66 83-76 + 92-83 88-84 64-60 83-64 77-68 95-71 76-65

GARDNER-WEBB MAR leads, 1-0 96-97 (N25) H MAR

78-76 106-85 97-73 81-62 63-57 77-66 69-64 79-73 ot 74-65

GEORGIA Series tied, 1-1 98-99 (N23) A 99-00 (D18) H

UGA MAR

78-73 89-79

GEORGIA SOUTHERN MAR leads, 10-2 84-85 (D14) H MAR 92-93 (J16) H MAR (F21) A GSU 93-94 (J15) A GSU (F21) H MAR 94-95 (F11) H MAR (F27) A MAR 95-96 (F10) A MAR (F26) H MAR 96-97 (J20) A MAR (F8) H MAR (F28) N MAR

70-69 75-54 75-72 74-71 78-75 103-53 83-63 71-52 96-50 70-50 81-68 78-46 +

GLENVILLE STATE GLE leads, 4-3 20-21 (J10) GLE 22-23 (F9) H MAR 23-24 (F28) H MAR 26-27 (J13) H GLE 27-28 (F1) H GLE 29-30 (F28) H GLE 10-11 (N15) H MAR

31-30 22-13 25-24 26-13 23-22 36-32 93-48

HAMLINE HAM leads, 2-1 45-46 (D29) N 46-47 (M7) N 47-48 (D-) -

HAM MAR HAM

58-54 55-54 51-39

HAMPTON MAR leads, 1-0 95-96 (J6) H

MAR

123-95

100-62

62-59

73-54

HARTFORD MAR leads, 1-0 87-88 (D12) N

109-68 77-71 71-59 90-63

MAR

78-74

GEORGETOWN (D.C.) MAR leads, 1-0 83-84 (D28) N GEO

82-71

HAWAII MAR leads, 1-0 46-47 (M3) H

MAR

84-57

FRANCISCAN U. OF STUBENVILLE (formerly College of Steubenville) 63-64 (F27) H MAR 71-56 64-65 (D1) A FUS 85-78 (F18) H FUS 83-75 65-66 (F12) H MAR 94-82 66-67 (D19) A MAR 85-81 + 73-74 (J19) H MAR 54-39

80-76 <

FRESNO STATE Series tied, 1-1 84-85 (D10) A

GEORGE WASHINGTON MAR leads, 6-4 36-37 (D21) A GW 39-19

FSU

MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR GW GW GW

HARDIN-SIMMONS MAR leads, 1-0 48-49 (D21) A MAR

46-43 73-69 65-60 83-71 62-53 88-78 78-72 91-81 70-67

MAR

H A H H A H N H A

74-75 01-02 05-06 06-07

(D29) (M5) (D11) (D22) (F12) (J11) (N15) (J7) (J6)

110-81 GENEVA COLLEGE MAR leads, 1-0 50-51 (D7) H MAR

MAR MAR MAR FSU

60-61 70-71 71-72 73-74

88-79

GEORGETOWN (Ky.) MAR leads, 6-4 20-21 (J15) H GEO 21-22 (J28) H MAR (-) H GEO (-) A GEO 24-25 (F21) A GEO 43-44 (D-) MAR 44-45 (D-) MAR 45-46 (D-) MAR (F-) MAR 53-54 (D17) MAR

FORDHAM MAR leads, 1-0 75-76 (D13) H EVAN EVAN MAR MAR EVAN MAR MAR EVAN MAR

FAIR

86-72

63-58

30-23 29-23 38-19 30-27 36-21 68-22 85-27 92-47 69-27 80-71

HAWAII PACIFIC (formerly Hawaii Loa) MAR leads, 2-0 84-85 (D1) A MAR 85-86 (N30) N MAR

106-62 77-71

HIGH POINT MAR leads, 4-0 37-38 (J4) H (F10) A 04-05 (D21) H 09-10 (D20) H

MAR MAR MAR MAR

55-37 73-54 74-73 109-76

HOFSTRA HOF leads, 1-0 06-07 (N24) N

HOF

73-70

MARSHALL BASKETBALL 11-12


MARSHALL HOUSTON UH leads, 4-3 67-68 (F1) 05-06 (J28) 06-07 (J27) 07-08 (J26) 08-09 (F18) 09-10 (J30) 10-11 (F1) (M9)

N A H A H A A N

HOWARD MAR leads, 1-0 74-75 (J14) H IDAHO MAR leads, 2-0 47-48 (D28) N 87-88 (D11) N IDAHO STATE MAR leads, 1-0 76-77 (D11) H ILLINOIS STATE ISU leads, 6-0 73-74 (J30) A 74-75 (J22) H 75-76 (J26) A 76-77 (F5) H 02-03 (F22) H 04-05 (D11) A

UH UH UH UH MAR UH MAR MAR

MAR

MAR MAR

MAR

ISU ISU ISU ISU ISU ISU

102-93 69-56 77-61 71-58 88-83 81-66 63-62 97-87

77-68

73-44 65-58

98-88 ot

103-80 80-77 83-64 103-91 57-53 79-67

ILLINOIS WESLEYAN MAR leads, 1-0 46-47 (F28) A MAR

70-60

INDIANA IND leads, 3-0 33-34 (D28) H 40-41 (D14) A 90-91 (D27) N

36-20 53-22 91-67

INDIANA STATE MAR leads, 5-2 46-47 (D-) A 47-48 (D-) H (J-) A 48-49 (D18) N (J8) H (F14) A 53-54 (F27) A

IND IND IND

MAR ISU MAR MAR MAR ISU MAR

IUPU-FORT WAYNE MAR leads, 1-0 00-01 (D18) H MAR IONA MAR leads, 1-0 53-54 (J2) N IOWA STATE MAR leads, 1-0 70-71 (D18) H

MAR

MAR

JACKSON STATE JSU leads, 1-0 10-11 (N22) H MAR JACKSONVILLE JAX leads, 3-1 74-75 (F22) A 75-76 (F28) H 76-77 (J8) A 77-78 (J9) H

JAX JAX JAX MAR

66-58 62-37 66-58 66-65 71-63 72-43 96-81

99-70

93-81

90-66

66-60

72-68 64-54 96-91 102-80

SERIES VS. OPPONENTS

JACKSONVILLE STATE MAR leads, 2-0 95-96 (F12) H MAR 96-97 (D2) A MAR JAMES MADISON Tied, 1-1 10-11 (D7) H MAR (D22) A JMU

02-03 111-90 68-54

04-05 67-63 80-73

JOHN CARROLL MAR leads, 1-0 50-51 (F19) H KANSAS KAN leads, 1-0 69-70 (D1) A

KAN

96-80

KANSAS STATE KSU leads, 4-1 45-46 (D28) N 47-48 (D-) 93-94 (D9) A 94-95 (D22) H 95-96 (D2) A

MAR KSU KSU KSU KSU

88-42 82-52 100-57 87-81 106-88

MAR

KENNESAW STATE MAR leads, 1-0 05-06 (D30) N MAR KENT STATE KSU leads, 28-26 53-54 (J9) H (F8) A 54-55 (J17) H (J22) A 55-56 (J21) H (J28) A 56-57 (J19) H (J26) A 57-58 (J4) H (F14) A 58-59 (J24) H (J31) A 59-60 (J9) H (J26) A 60-61 (J7) H (M1) A 61-62 (J27) H (F28) A 62-63 (F6) A (F16) H 63-64 (J29) A (F15) H 64-65 (J27) A (F13) H 65-66 (D15) A (J8) H 66-67 (F8) A (M4) H 67-68 (D16) H (M2) A 68-69 (F8) H (F26) A 69-70 (F7) A (F25) H 86-87 (N29) A 87-88 (D30) H 97-98 (D20) H (F23) A 98-99 (J16) H (F27) A 99-00 (J8) H (F7) A 00-01 (J20) A (F11) H 01-02 (J5) H (F19) A (M7) N

MAR KSU MAR KSU MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR KSU MAR KSU MAR KSU MAR MAR KSU MAR KSU KSU KSU KSU KSU MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR KSU MAR KSU MAR KSU MAR MAR KSU MAR KSU MAR KSU KSU KSU KSU KSU KSU

03-04

79-66

77-74 ot

102-78 67-61 86-59 92-73 97-83 110-108 108-67 76-60 69-49 70-52 84-83 79-61 92-75 101-70 73-72 83-81 81-61 79-77 ot 73-69 61-52 70-65 76-74 91-89 80-72 103-95 104-87 65-61 77-76 ot 81-65 90-75 78-61 65-60 78-70 71-66 73-69 82-67 73-68 87-62 67-60 79-76 # 90-80 84-73 89-67 68-65 ot 73-70 116-76 82-70 #

(J18) (F25) (M13) (J6) (F18) (J22) (F1)

KENTUCKY UK leads, 11-0 13-14 (J21) 21-22 (J27) 30-31 (D27) 31-32 (D30) 32-33 (D17) 33-34 (D14) 88-89 (D17) 94-95 (D27) 95-96 (D19) 01-02 (N16) 03-04 (D1)

A H N H A A H

H A A A N A A A N A N

KSU MAR KSU KSU KSU KSU KSU

UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK UK

KENTUCKY STATE MAR leads, 1-0 02-03 (N25) H MAR KENTUCKY WESLEYAN MAR leads, 17-1 18-19 (F1) H MAR 22-23 (F24) H MAR 23-24 (F15) H MAR 24-25 (F19) A MAR (M3) H MAR 37-38 (F8) H MAR 42-43 (F-) H MAR 45-46 (D-) H MAR (D-) H MAR (J-) A MAR 46-47 (D-) H MAR (F-) A MAR 47-48 (F-) A MAR (F-) H MAR 48-49 (F12) A MAR (F18) H KW 49-50 (J7) A MAR (J30) H MAR LAMAR Series Tied 1-1 84-85 (J9) H 09-10 (N25) H LASALLE Series tied, 1-1 69-70 (D13) H 70-71 (D12) A LENIOR-RHYNE MAR leads, 1-0 38-39 (F1) A

71-58 80-67 79-57 # 63-61 86-65 75-66 70-63

46-6 34-12 42-26 46-16 57-23 46-28 91-78 116-75 118-99 90-73 89-76

26-24 28-27 26-20 27-20 23-15 77-26 63-46 58-36 73-35 57-53 76-53 61-53 77-64 75-50 77-57 86-68 105-54 93-57

75-67 87-74

MAR LAS

97-88 76-75

55-46

LIBERTY UNIVERSITY (formerly Liberty Baptist College) MAR leads, 1-0 80-81 (F16) H MAR 75-63 LINCOLN MEMORIAL U. MAR leads, 2-0 36-37 (D15) A MAR 82-27 36-37 (J29) H MAR 70-38 LIPSCOMB LIP leads, 1-0 07-08 (D29) H

LIP

(F23) (F5) (D13) (J28)

LIU MAR MAR MAR

38-33 70-61 90-79 83-82

LONGWOOD MAR leads, 2-0 92-93 (D7) H 93-94 (D6) H

MAR MAR

101-86 74-60

LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (formerly SW Louisiana)

Series tied, 3-3 71-72 (M11) N 72-73 (D9) A 75-76 (J3) H 76-77 (J4) A 95-96 (D15) H 96-97 (N29) A

ULA ULA MAR ULA MAR MAR

112-101 ! 98-84 90-74 103-70 77-70 71-61

LOUISIANA TECH LT leads, 2-0 84-85 (D15) H LT 85-86 (D9) A LT

69-63 72-71

LOUISVILLE LOU leads, 10-5 40-41 (J10) H 43-44 (F12) H 44-45 (J21) H (F2) A 46-47 (F8) H 47-48 (F4) A 48-49 (D17) N (F22) A 49-50 (J21) H (F13) A 76-77 (J15) A 77-78 (F1) H 78-79 (J8) A 07-08 (D18) A 10-11 (N27) A

MAR MAR MAR LOU MAR LOU LOU LOU MAR LOU LOU LOU LOU LOU LOU

45-24 68-54 57-52 58-51 62-55 86-50 73-64 79-65 ^ 96-72 74-66 104-85 85-69 112-64 85-75 80-66

LOYOLA (Ill.) LOY leads, 6-2 61-62 (F15) H 62-63 (J3) A 63-64 (F29) A 64-65 (J12) H 65-66 (J24) A 66-67 (J21) H 67-68 (F13) A 68-69 (J21) H

LOY LOY LOY LOY LOY MAR LOY MAR

88-80 103-58 117-63 98-90 92-68 97-81 109-93 78-76

LOYOLA (Md.) MAR leads, 5-0 36-37 (D18) A 37-38 (D16) A 38-39 (D17) A 39-40 (-) A 43-44 (D16) A

MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR

41-29 51-29 53-37 69-42 55-37

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT LOY leads, 1-0 48-49 (D31) N LMU

60-46

MAINE MAR leads, 1-0 71-72 (D20) H

MAR

100-68

MANHATTAN MAR leads, 2-0 67-68 (D21) H 69-70 (J14) H

MAR MAR

85-78 87-79

112-78

LAM MAR

MAR

H N H H

71-72 74-75 75-76

72-62

LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY MAR leads, 4-2 36-37 (D2) A LIU 41-33 37-38 (D20) A MAR 50-40

MARIETTA COLLEGE MC leads, 8-5 08-09 (-) A MC

MARSHALL BASKETBALL 11-12

48-25

57


WE ARE...

SERIES VS. OPPONENTS 17-18 21-22 22-23

A A A H H A H A H H

MC MC MC MC MC MC MAR MC MAR MAR MAR MAR

66-13 40-21 27-13 17-16 31-20 28-19 42-22 27-23 102-78 83-64 78-59 68-66

MARQUETTE MQT leads, 3-1 66-67 (M16) N 71-72 (D28) A 82-83 (D18) A 83-84 (F1) H

MQT MQT MQT MAR

83-78 < 74-72 79-72 68-67

MARYLAND Series tied, 2-2 43-44 (D17) A 45-46 (D20) A 68-69 (D20) H 80-81 (D29) A

MAR MAR UMD UMD

46-39 50-43 89-80 114-89

23-24 31-32 52-53 60-61 61-62

(-) (F11) (F3) (F19) (J12) (F16) (F3) (F23) (J-) (J-) (D3) (D2)

Marshall and Ohio have met 97 times since 1931, the most games Marshall has played versus a Division I foe in school history.

MONTCLAIR STATE MAR leads, 1-0 39-40 (-) A

36-37 37-38

MARYVILLE (Tenn.) MAR leads, 1-0 37-38 (F4) A MAR

46-47 50-51 51-52

MASSACHUSETTS Series tied, 3-3 97-98 (D6) A MASS 98-99 (D5) H MAR 99-00 (N29) A MAR 01-02 (D29) H MAR 02-03 (D29) A MASS 03-04 (D20) A MASS

38-39

53-54 61-59 88-66 65-55 81-66 81-58 83-65

54-55 55-56 56-57 57-58

MEMPHIS MEM leads, 8-2 52-53 (D23) H 53-54 (D11) A 05-06 (F11) H 06-07 (D4) A (M8) N 07-08 (J12) H 08-09 (J7) A 09-10 (J27) H 10-11 (J15) A (J29) H MERCER MAR leads, 1-0 90-91 (N30) H MIAMI (Fla.) MIA leads, 2-1 41-42 (D29) A 70-71 (F23) A 91-92 (D27) N MIAMI (Ohio) MIA leads, 47-28 32-33 (J14) H (F18) A 33-34 (J13) H (F16) A 34-35 (F16) A (F22) A 35-36 (F15) A (F22) H

58

58-59 MAR MEM MEM MEM MEM MEM MEM MEM MEM MAR

102-76 104-85 91-81 78-59 92-71 $ 68-45 80-57 75-72 77-61 85-70

59-60 60-61 61-62 62-63 63-64 64-65

MAR

92-64

65-66 66-67

MAR MIA MIA

37-33 89-88 70-55

67-68 68-69 69-70

MAR MAR MAR MAR MIA MAR MIA MIA

34-22 40-30 30-16 31-28 31-22 31-23 44-37 46-32

85-77 89-76

(formerly Panzer College)

MARYLAND-EASTERN SHORE MAR leads, 1-0 05-06 (D1) H MAR 66-56

62-26

MONTANA STATE Series tied, 1-1 92-93 (D19) A MAR 93-94 (D4) H MSU

70-71 71-72 72-73 97-98

(F6) (F12) (J19) (F19) (F17) (M1) (F19) (D30) (D22) (M1) (J6) (F23) (J5) (F22) (J4) (F22) (J3) (F27) (D18) (F22) (D16) (M5) (D16) (F9) (D10) (J11) (D18) (F6) (D8) (F19) (J11) (F11) (D14) (J9) (J26) (F15) (F18) (F22) (J3) (F7) (J4) (F5) (J3) (F4) (F20) (M6) (J19) (M2) (J17) (F7) (J21) (F21)

H A H A A H N H H A H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A H H A A A H A A H A H A H H A H A A H A H H A H A H A

MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MIA MIA MIA MIA MIA MIA MIA MAR MAR MIA MIA MIA MIA MIA MIA MAR MAR MIA MIA MIA MIA MAR MIA MIA MIA MIA MIA MIA MIA MIA MAR MAR MAR MAR MIA MIA MIA MIA MIA MIA MAR MIA MAR MAR MIA MIA

32-31 45-35 58-27 22-16 48-30 46-29 62-56 57-49 86-59 69-45 107-100 2ot 84-72 89-74 89-77 99-93 103-82 93-77 96-91 106-97 82-73 73-69 90-79 93-77 86-78 64-57 71-68 77-59 67-59 67-48 66-59 75-60 95-55 114-90 96-73 74-57 71-52 66-61 77-62 83-63 69-68 78-70 83-55 61-54 71-67 75-74 81-78 81-63 77-71 90-70 68-59 71-54 71-60

98-99 99-00

00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05

(D8) (J23) (J26) (F23) (M6) (J6) (J17) (J9) (F14) (F15) (M8) (J28) (M6) (F15) (M5)

A H H A N A H A H A H H A A H

MIA MIA MIA MAR MIA MIA MAR MIA MAR MIA MAR MIA MIA MIA MAR

MICHIGAN STATE MSU leads, 1-0 81-82 (D19) A MSU

81-79 63-55 63-58 87-78 69-63 # 71-54 72-68 80-65 82-74 69-49 58-51 51-48 ot 74-70 59-51 54-47

101-82

MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE MTSU leads, 3-2 75-76 (F25) H MTSU 99-82 76-77 (F2) A MTSU 94-87 86-87 (D20) H MAR 87-85 87-88 (D22) A MTSU 91-80 09-10 (N17) H MAR 63-60 MILLIGAN MAR leads, 2-0 48-49 (D9) H 95-96 (N25) H

MAR MAR

70-50 124-71

MINNESOTA STATE-MANKATO (formerly Mankato State) MAR leads, 1-0 46-47 (M10) N MAR 73-59 MISSISSIPPI MISS leads, 2-1 70-71 (D19) H 76-77 (D17) N 08-09 (N23) N

MAR 118-98 MISS 65-63 MISS 82-78

MISSISSIPPI STATE MAR leads, 1-0 71-72 (D17) H MAR

95-69

MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY UMKC leads, 1-0 06-07 (N25) N UMKC 79-75

MAR

MOREHEAD STATE MAR leads, 49-44 08-09 (N26) H MAR 39-40 (F--) A MAR (F--) H MAR 40-41 (F--) A MAR (F--) H MAR 41-42 (J7) A MAR (F20) H MSU 42-43 (J--) A MSU (J--) H MSU 43-44 (F-) A MAR 43-44 (F--) H MSU 44-45 (F--) H MAR (F--) A MSU 45-46 (D--) H MSU (J--) A MAR 46-47 (D--) H MAR (J--) A MAR 47-48 (D--) H MAR (F-) A MAR 48-49 (J19) H MSU (F9) A MAR 49-50 (D17) H MAR (J17) A MAR 50-51 (J13) H MAR (F15) A MSU 51-52 (J--) H MAR (F--) A MSU (F21) N MAR 52-53 (J--) H MAR (F--) A MSU 55-56 (D20) H MSU (F2) A MSU (M12) N MSU 56-57 (D10) H MSU (J16) A MSU 57-58 (D4) A MAR (J2) H MSU 58-59 (F3) A MAR (F26) H MSU 60-61 (J26) H MSU (F15) A MSU 61-62 (F22) A MSU (F26) H MSU 62-63 (D5) A MSU (J10) H MSU 63-64 (D17) A MSU (F18) H MSU 64-65 (J23) A MSU (F2) H MSU 65-66 (F1) A MSU (F21) H MAR 66-67 (D14) H MSU (F6) A MSU 67-68 (D5) A MAR (D27) H MSU 68-69 (D7) H MAR (D17) A MAR 69-70 (D27) H MAR (J28) A MSU 70-71 (D15) A MAR (D30) H MAR 71-72 (D13) A MAR (J6) H MSU 72-73 (D22) H MAR (J24) A MSU 73-74 (D10) H MAR

MARSHALL BASKETBALL 11-12

54-5

11-4 42-31 51-40 61-45 46-35 60-59 43-40 47-45 69-46 43-41 55-31 52-39 57-37 46-41 53-48 54-50 69-65 62-55 66-60 64-62 77-44 105-65 62-59 60-49 72-68 75-69 54-53 74-61 77-62 72-62 102-89 108-103 107-92 ! 71-69 81-77 85-77 93-80 86-83 92-91 70-68 78-74 80-75 85-69 81-69 80-66 103-83 110-102 84-82 103-94 94-79 86-83 84-77 112-98 79-78 83-82 85-82 92-89 85-77 88-78 73-70 96-86 105-82 103-98 74-71 81-80 84-80 ot


MARSHALL 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 02-03 03-04 06-07 07-08

(F27) (D9) (F26) (J10) (J22) (D4) (F28) (D3) (D20) (N27) (J29) (D3) (D15) (D15) (D22) (D31) (F11) (J9) (J7) (D8) (D14) (D8) (N29) (D17) (N29) (N29) (D1)

A H A A H H A A H H A A H A H H A A H A H A H A H A H

MORGAN STATE MOR leads, 1-0 08-09 (N21) N MORNINGSIDE MAR leads, 1-0 52-53 (-) N MT. UNION Series tied, 1-1 48-49 (F26) H 50-51 (M3) A MURRAY STATE MSU leads, 10-9 43-44 (J8) H (F18) A 44-45 (J12) A (J31) H 45-46 (J3) A 46-47 (D20) H 47-48 (F3) A 48-49 (J17) H 49-50 (D10) H (F1) A (F23) N 50-51 (D14) H (F3) A 51-52 (D15) H (J17) A 52-53 (D29) H 53-54 (D12) A 56-57 (F2) H 57-58 (F10) A MUSKINGUM MAR leads, 2-1 20-21 (J21) A 22-23 (F2) A 22-23 (F17) H 44-45 (F--) H 52-53 (F--) A NEBRASKA MAR leads, 1-0 66-67 (M13) N NEVADA NEV leads, 2-1 86-87 (J3) H

MSU MAR MSU MAR MSU MSU MSU MAR MAR MAR MSU MAR MAR MSU MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MSU MAR MSU MAR MAR MAR

77-71 80-69 73-72 88-87 ot 87-80 96-80 88-83 87-81 85-79 ot 87-77 101-95 65-64 98-85 81-78 79-73 76-58 81-73 89-87 87-74 92-85 115-93 65-50 99-79 101-100 ot 85-71 81-80 69-56

MOR 72-67

MAR

103-100

SERIES VS. OPPONENTS

Dan D’Antoni (#10) scored 24 points and had nine rebounds against Nebraska in the quarterfinals of the 1967 NIT Tournament

30-31 31-32 32-33 33-34 34-35 35-36 36-37 37-38 38-39 50-51 51-52 52-53 53-54 54-55

87-88 95-96

(J2) (J3)

A A

NEV NEV

NEW HAMPSHIRE MAR leads, 1-0 83-84 (D9) H MAR NEW MEXICO UNM leads, 1-0 81-82 (D29) A

77-76 92-83

77-78

(F11)

A

UNCC 82-71

UNC-GREENSBORO MAR leads, 1-0 06-07 (N11) H MAR

55-56 56-57

82-80 ot

57-58

99-72

UNM 86-70

UNC-WILMINGTON UNCW leads, 2-0 03-04 (N21) H UNCW 65-56 04-05 (N19) A UNCW 58-57

58-59 59-60 60-61

MAR MU

MAR MSU MAR MSU MSU MAR MSU MAR MAR MSU MAR MSU MSU MSU MSU MAR MAR MAR MSU

MUS MUS MUS MAR MAR

MAR

MAR

75-47 70-58

52-37 65-43 58-54 34-33 63-40 68-59 65-53 82-78 60-57 70-65 68-64 2ot 73-54 95-53 77-68 89-63 86-81 76-73 97-88 98-92

34-14 27-23 23-18 77-49 103-75

119-88 <

86-84

NEW ORLEANS MAR leads, 2-1 84-85 (N30) N (J23) A 85-86 (J4) H NYU MAR leads, 1-0 69-70 (D20) H NIAGARA MAR leads, 2-0 00-01 (D9) H 02-03 (N22) A

MAR UNO MAR

98-78 78-74 91-78

MAR MAR

94-93

82-70 92-90

90-70 116-62 98-61

NORTH CAROLINA A&T MAR leads, 3-0 72-73 (J29) H MAR 73-74 (D17) H MAR 09-10 (N15) H MAR

85-66 96-85 79-63

UNC-CHARLOTTE MAR leads, 4-2 71-72 (F19) A (F29) H 72-73 (D5) H (F22) A 76-77 (M3) H

61-62 MAR

81-78 62-63

NORTHERN COLORADO MAR leads, 1-0 54-55 (D13) H MAR 95-55

63-64 64-65

MAR

NORTH CAROLINA UNC leads, 3-0 76-77 (D1) A UNC 93-94 (J2) A UNC 09-10 (D22) A UNC

UNC-ASHEVILLE MAR leads, 3-1 96-97 (D21) H (J6) A 98-99 (D21) A 99-00 (D28) H

NORTH TEXAS MAR leads, 1-0 90-91 (D28) N

MAR UNCA MAR MAR

MAR MAR MAR MAR UNCC

109-82 83-63 91-82 102-66

89-69 76-59 74-59 69-65 84-80

NORTHERN ILLINOIS MAR leads, 10-5 67-68 (F17) H MAR 69-69 (J13) A NIU 97-98 (J8) H NIU (J31) A NIU 98-99 (N17) H MAR (F10) A MAR 99-00 (J22) A NIU (F12) H MAR 00-01 (F7) A MAR (F22) H MAR 01-02 (D8) H MAR (M4) H MAR 02-03 (D7) A MAR 03-04 (D13) H MAR 04-05 (F3) A NIU

80-72 75-70 69-68 65-60 70-67 74-60 92-74 68-64 94-66 82-654 79-76 97-93 # 75-57 85-76 77-66

NORTHWESTERN (Ill.) MAR leads, 1-0 73-74 (D21) H MAR

59-58

NORTHWESTERN (La.) MAR leads, 1-0 88-89 (D30) N MAR

101-91

NOTRE DAME ND leads, 1-0 12-13 (F8) H

ND

27-9

OHIO OU leads, 51-46 20-21 (F4) A

OU

55-9

65-66 66-67 67-68 68-69 69-70 70-71 71-72 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 97-98 98-99

(J28) (J27) (J23) (F8) (J17) (F22) (J19) (F6) (J--) (F--) (F23) (F27) (F15) (M3) (F14) (M4) (J8) (F13) (D5) (F28) (F10) (F27) (D15) (F25) (D14) (F9) (D15) (J12) (J9) (J30) (J11) (J29) (J7) (F11) (J13) (F6) (D14) (J4) (D5) (F13) (D12) (F13) (D14) (F5) (D12) (F10) (J15) (F22) (D10) (J11) (J13) (J24) (F1) (F22) (F11) (F18) (F3) (F16) (D30) (F16) (J14) (J12) (J11) (J31) (D10) (D22) (D17) (D3) (D10) (D7) (D14) (D9) (D13) (D14) (D15) (J17) (F14) (J30)

A H A H A H H A A H A H A H H A H A A H A H H A A H H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A H H A A H A H H A H A H A H A H A H H A A

OU OU OU OU OU MAR OU MAR OU OU OU MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR OU OU MAR OU MAR MAR OU MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR OU MAR MAR OU MAR OU OU OU OU OU MAR OU OU OU OU OU OU MAR OU MAR OU MAR MAR OU OU MAR OU OU OU MAR MAR OU MAR OU MAR MAR MAR OU OU MAR MAR MAR OU MAR OU MAR MAR MAR OU

MARSHALL BASKETBALL 11-12

42-38 29-26 35-23 42-21 35-19 41-37 45-40 41-37 53-36 48-43 40-32 36-33 22-12 44-32 47-42 50-40 69-59 71-63 71-61 94-91 91-87 77-75 71-67 81-63 105-85 84-73 87-71 72-63 77-71 103-74 81-78 ot 98-89 88-84 75-73 87-77 86-82 71-53 88-79 68-57 77-72 72-71 93-73 85-69 98-82 106-81 103-85 79-68 92-78 70-68 94-93 94-69 82-73 110-94 86-80 93-88 100-86 87-80 86-84 88-81 95-76 74-60 79-71 68-56 94-81 76-71 65-59 76-71 85-79 78-68 91-77 104-93 72-63 70-68 75-64 89-79 78-73 72-63 86-73

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SERIES VS. OPPONENTS 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05

06-07 08-09 09-10 10-11

(J29) (F14) (F3) (F17) (F2) (F16) (F1) (M1) (J24) (F29) (J9) (F26) (M7) (D2) (J3) (D17) (N28) (D4) (M15)

A H A H A H H A H A A H A A H H N A H

OU MAR OU MAR OU OU OU OU MAR MAR OU OU OU OU MAR MAR MAR MAR OU

OHIO STATE OSU leads, 1-0 77-78 (N28) A

OSU

OHIO WESLEYAN MAR leads, 10-9 32-33 (J10) A (F11) H 33-34 (F3) H (F6) A 34-35 (J8) A (F9) H 35-36 (J-) A (J-) H 36-37 (J16) A (F18) H 37-38 (J8) H (F12) H 38-39 (J12) A (F10) H 63-64 (J18) H 65-66 (J4) A 80-81 (D13) H 81-82 (D22) H 83-84 (D13) H OKLAHOMA OU leads, 2-0 69-70 (D19) H 85-86 (N29) N

OW OW MAR OW OW OW OW OW MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR OW OW MAR MAR MAR MAR

OU OU

OKLAHOMA STATE Series tied, 1-1 77-78 (D9) H OSU 81-82 (D12) H MAR

OLD DOMINION Series Tied, 4-4 66-67 (D28) H 67-68 (F27) H 73-74 (F20) H 74-75 (F18) A 75-76 (J31) H 76-77 (J29) A 08-09 (N29) H 09-10 (N21) A ORAL ROBERTS ORU leads, 3-2 72-73 (J3) H (F10) A 74-75 (D14) H 91-92 (D6) H 93-94 (D20) A

60

MAR MAR MAR ODU ODU ODU MAR ODU

ORU MAR MAR ORU ORU

77-53 78-72 77-71 92-70 94-78 71-66 87-85 2ot 70-65 74-60 71-68 77-68 83-62 72-66 # 84-78 ot 70-60 73-68 60-53 65-57 65-64 *

OREGON ORE leads, 2-0 03-04 (D6) N 04-05 (N27) N OTTERBEIN OTT leads, 2-1 12-13 (J31) A 13-14 (-) 76-77 (N27) H PACIFIC MAR leads, 1-0 58-59 (D18) H

ORE MAR

OTT OTT MAR

MAR

90-61 89-69

29-23 27-23 79-76

96-71

PENN STATE PSU leads, 5-0 44-45 (D14) A 62-63 (D28) N 90-91 (D8) A 91-92 (D29) N (J16) H

PSU PSU PSU PSU PSU

34-32 75-65 79-72 78-64 67-60

PENNSYLVANIA MAR leads, 1-0 81-82 (D30) N

MAR

65-64

81-65

45-36 34-30 19-18 46-29 40-28 37-28 45-34 38-30 36-27 54-30 42-37 67-31 43-28 58-44 70-64 101-70 95-69 99-71 112-83

80-79 81-70

99-87 67-65

105-103 131-91 79-72 80-63 76-71 105-87 68-64 72-60

81-76 106-103 ot 82-73 92-62 85-69

PEPPERDINE PEP leads, 3-2 48-49 (D28) A 50-51 (D15) H 59-60 (D9) H 87-88 (J4) A 88-89 (D21) H

PEP MAR MAR PEP PEP

78-39 74-71 82-76 99-90 85-69

PERU STATE (Neb.) MAR leads, 2-0 37-38 (M--) N MAR 47-48 (M--) N MAR

67-60 72-53

PIKEVILLE COLLEGE MAR leads, 1-0 07-08 (N13) H MAR

60-49

PITTSBURGH PITT leads, 4-0 69-70 (D6) A 90-91 (D6) A 91-92 (D19) H 92-93 (D5) A

PITT PITT PITT PITT

87-67 105-75 89-65 95-81

PITTSBURGH-JOHNSTOWN MAR leads, 3-0 80-81 (D20) H MAR 109-87 92-93 (D1) H MAR 80-54 93-94 (N30) H MAR 96-87 PORTLAND MAR leads, 1-0 59-60 (F5) H

MAR

72-60

PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE MAR leads, 1-0 70-71 (D2) H MAR 91-59 PRINCETON MAR leads, 2-1 72-73 (D16) H 06-07 (D16) A 07-08 (D22) H

MAR 78-64 PRIN 61-45 MAR 66-60

PURDUE PUR leads, 1-0 70-71 (J30) A

PUR

79-74

RADFORD MAR leads, 8-1 86-87 (D5) H

MAR

72-61

95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 01-02 02-03 03-04

(D23) (D7) (N29) (D2) (D4) (D6) (D14) (D4)

H A H A H A H A

MAR MAR MAR RAD MAR MAR MAR MAR

101-73 81-76 67-49 73-65 90-77 67-63 90-65 79-77

RHODE ISLAND MAR leads, 2-0 73-74 (F11) N 74-75 (F15) H

URI MAR

83-63 90-85

RICE MAR leads, 5-2 05-06 (F8) H 06-07 (F28) H 07-08 (J9) A 08-09 (M4) H (M11) N 09-10 (F24) A 10-11 (N16) H

RICE MAR MAR MAR RICE MAR MAR

78-75 ot 69-64 66-47 76-62 60-59 $ 77-54 72-61

RICHMOND MAR leads, 1-0 65-66 (D29) H

MAR

118-103

RIO GRANDE MAR leads, 14-0 20-21 (J29) H (F25) A 21-22 (J7) H 22-23 (J5) H 24-25 (J9) H 25-26 (J13) H 45-46 (D--) H 78-79 (D22) H 97-98 (D13) H 98-99 (D17) H 99-00 (D15) H 07-08 (D14) H 08-09 (F10) H 09-10 (F9) H

MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR

40-12 37-19 21-6 32-14 25-22 23-11 89-35 117-90 103-64 85-62 107-63 87-51 92-59 115-73

ROANOKE COLLEGE Series Tied, 4-4 37-38 (J31) H ROA 38-39 (D16) A ROA (F22) H ROA 39-40 (D--) A MAR (J--) H MAR 41-42 (D27) A ROA 75-76 (F20) H MAR

51-41 48-44 46-44 55-26 53-27 41-33 86-78

10-11

(D15) MAR (J10) MAR

56-47 71-57

ST. BONAVENTURE MAR leads, 3-2 57-58 (D13) N MAR 58-59 (F21) N STB 59-60 (J30) A STB 09-10 (J2) H MAR 10-11 (J2) A MAR

87-68 90-77 93-80 80-61 74-65

ST. FRANCIS (N.Y.) STF leads, 3-2 36-37 (D29) A STF 37-38 (D21) A MAR 38-39 (D23) A STF 39-40 (D--) A STF 82-83 (N27) H MAR

38-27 54-52 45-33 41-38 83-59

ST. FRANCIS (Pa.) MAR leads, 16-6 40-41 (J27) A 40-41 (F--) H 56-57 (D12) H (F23) A 57-58 (D7) A (J18) H 58-59 (D20) A (J10) H 59-60 (J2) H 60-61 (F11) H (F25) A 61-62 (D9) H 62-63 (F28) A 63-64 (D21) A (J25) H 65-66 (D20) N (M5) H 66-67 (D20) A (J14) H 70-71 (M1) H 72-73 (F17) H 73-74 (F16) A

50-36 87-43 101-89 99-96 86-78 100-96 74-72 89-81 86-78 91-70 78-76 86-80 81-71 102-91 81-72 93-81 105-68 73-67 101-83 112-86 116-79 73-66

MAR MAR MAR STF STF MAR STF MAR STF MAR MAR STF MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR STF MAR MAR MAR MAR

ST. JOHN’S (N.Y.) MAR leads, 1-0 71-72 (D18) H MAR

110-107

ST. JOSEPH (Ind.) MAR leads, 2-0 58-59 (D1) H MAR 59-60 (D1) H MAR

84-75 92-65

ST. LOUIS MAR leads, 1-0 37-38 (J1) H

MAR

52-24

SP MAR SP MAR MAR

102-93 (ot) 107-94 96-80 94-93 106-71

ROBERT MORRIS MAR leads, 3-2 77-78 (N26) H 90-91 (D1) H 91-92 (N29) A 92-93 (D30) H 06-07 (N17) H

MAR MAR RMU MAR RMU

97-80 93-90 ot 85-61 91-65 73-69

ST. PETER’S MAR leads, 3-2 67-68 (M14) N 68-69 (D14) H 69-70 (F21) N 70-71 (D5) A 71-72 (D8) H

RUTGERS RUT leads, 2-0 66-67 (M18) N 02-03 (D2) A

RUT RUT

93-67 < 75-56

ST. THOMAS AQUINAS (N.Y.) STA leads, 2-0 36-37 (D23) A STA 48-44 37-38 (D23) A STA 47-39

RUTGERS-NEWARK MAR leads, 3-0 (formerly University of Newark) 36-37 (D30) A MAR 60-43 39-40 (D--) A MAR 53-40 39-40 (F--) H MAR 75-32 SAVANNAH STATE MAR leads, 2-0

SALEM INTERATIONAL (formerly Salem College) MAR leads, 28-10 20-21 (J22) A SAL (F9) H SAL (J22) A SAL 23-24 (J22) A SAL 24-25 (J21) A MAR

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26-21 28-20 26-21 21-18 23-16


MARSHALL 25-26 26-27 29-30 30-31 31-32 32-33 34-35 37-38 38-39 39-40 41-42 42-43 43-44 44-45 47-48 48-49 52-53 09-10

(F10) (J21) (F3) (F10) (J18) (F8) (J17) (F16) (F6) (F11) (J28) (F22) (D31) (F19) (D15) (J--) (D15) (J5) (D--) (J--) (J27) (F5) (J--) (F--) (F--) (F--) (J--) (F--) (F--) (J29) (F5) (D--) (D3)

H A H H A H A A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H H

MAR MAR MAR SAL MAR MAR MAR SAL MAR SAL MAR MAR MAR SAL MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR SAL SAL MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR

SAM HOUSTON STATE MAR leads, 1-0 86-87 (D22) H MAR

24-23 30-24 30-23 39-23 36-21 33-23 54-28 43-35 36-34 27-22 52-35 45-30 56-43 49-45 50-36 68-40 66-41 56-44 63-36 78-50 54-53 64-61 66-54 72-56 58-32 84-31 119-55 74-72 85-52 75-60 70-59 96-73 119-35

85-65

SAMFORD MAR leads, 3-2 70-71 (F6) H 71-72 (F8) A 72-73 (M1) H 74-75 (F24) A 84-85 (N29) N

MAR MAR MAR SAM SAM

107-85 92-79 77-65 94-85 66-62

SAN DIEGO Series tied, 1-1 07-08 (D31) H 08-09 (J2) A

MAR USD

76-60 80-70

SAN DIEGO STATE SDST leads, 1-0 47-48 (J2) A SDST 41-23 SAN JOSE STATE SJST leads, 1-0 47-48 (M) N SJST 74-72 (2OT) SCRANTON MAR leads, 3-0 38-39 (D24) A 40-41 (J28) A 44-45 (D16) A

MAR MAR MAR

41-30 58-43 44-42

SEATTLE SEA leads, 1-0 58-59 (D22) H

SEA

91-80

SETON HALL SH leads, 1-0 40-41 (J29) A SHEPHERD MAR leads, 1-0 01-02 (N26) H

SH

MAR

40-37

96-46

SERIES VS. OPPONENTS

SOUTH ALABAMA Series tied, 1-1 88-89 (N30) H MAR 89-90 (D29) A USA SOUTH CAROLINA USC leads, 3-2 37-38 (F2) A MAR 72-73 (J31) A USC 74-75 (J25) A USC 79-80 (J17) A USC 80-81 (D1) H MAR

111-110 78-75

46-15 88-71 93-75 106-66 116-85

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE SCST leads, 1-0 05-06 (D29) N SCST 71-66 SOUTH DAKOTA MAR leads, 1-0 71-72 (D4) H

MAR

MAR

TENN MAR TENN MAR TENN MAR TENN TENN TENN

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS SIU leads, 1-0 77-78 (D10) H SIU

66-62

SMU MAR leads, 6-0 05-06 (F15) A 06-07 (F14) H 07-08 (F13) A 08-09 (J21) H 09-10 (M6) A 10-11 (F26) H

MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR

75-72 ot 52-49 75-74 53-50 73-57 64-62

SOUTHERN MISS MAR leads, 6-5 50-51 (J20) H 52-53 (J19) H 88-89 (D28) A 89-90 (D18) H 05-06 (F25) H 06-07 (M3) A 07-08 (M8) H 08-09 (J27) A 09-10 (J5) H 10-11 (J8) H (F5) A

MAR MAR MAR USM MAR USM USM USM MAR MAR USM

76-63 94-79 103-97 76-74 62-57 83-73 63-58 84-79 76-63 95-65 67-60

SPRING HILL MAR leads, 2-0 55-56 (D3) H 56-57 (D8) H

MAR MAR

83-69 74-55

STETSON STE leads, 5-2 72-73 (F24) 73-74 (J21) 74-75 (D5) 75-76 (D29) (J12) 76-77 (J6) 82-83 (J13)

A H A N H A H

MAR MAR STE STE STE STE STE

86-67 66-58 73-58 91-85 75-68 74-53 68-65

STONYBROOK MAR leads, 1-0 99-00 (N21) N

MAR

81-52

MAR

MAR

33-31 34-31 42-41 47-40 33-22 33-29 48-37 48-40 44-31

H A

MAR MAR

72-61 59-56

TEXAS A&M MAR leads, 3-0 51-52 (D--) H 82-83 (D11) H 89-90 (D7) A

MAR MAR MAR

46-40 60-58 ot 69-66

TCU Series tied, 1-1 83-84 (D10) H 86-87 (M12) N

MAR TCU

90-67 76-60 !

UT-ARLINGTON MAR leads, 1-0 08-09 (D13) H

MAR

81-68

UTEP UTEP leads, 7-1 72-73 (D8) N 05-06 (J21) H 06-07 (J10) A 07-08 (F20) H 08-09 (F14) A 09-10 (M2) H 10-11 (M2) A (M10) N

MAR UTEP UTEP UTEP UTEP UTEP UTEP UTEP

64-62 53-51 88-64 79-76 74-67 80-76 82-74 77-65

TEXAS TECH TT leads, 1-0 48-49 (D22) A

TT

65-54

TOLEDO TOL leads, 33-21 39-40 (J8) H (J13) A 41-42 (J12) H (J17) A 42-43 (J11) H (F20) A 43-44 (J31) A (F29) H 45-46 (F18) H (F27) A 53-54 (J16) H (F13) A 54-55 (J15) H (F12) A 55-56 (J14) H (F11) A 56-57 (J12) A (F16) H 57-58 (F5) A (F20) H 58-59 (F14) H (M2) A 59-60 (J16) A (F13) H 60-61 (J14) H (F18) A 61-62 (J30) A (M3) H 62-63 (J5) H (F23) A 63-64 (J4) H (F22) A 64-65 (F6) H (F20) A 65-66 (F5) H (F19) A 66-67 (D17) A (F4) H 67-68 (D30) A (F10) H 68-69 (D28) A (F19) H

MAR TOL MAR TOL TOL TOL TOL MAR MAR TOL TOL TOL MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR TOL MAR MAR TOL TOL TOL TOL TOL TOL MAR TOL TOL TOL TOL TOL TOL TOL TOL TOL MAR TOL MAR TOL MAR

50-37 60-50 43-37 55-47 57-41 53-47 61-56 58-27 56-51 77-60 76-69 92-74 68-56 90-74 92-53 78-70 76-74 91-82 72-70 ot 92-69 86-74 67-60 63-51 65-48 60-55 79-66 60-58 85-74 63-59 63-58 84-73 112-83 78-71 82-76 70-69 ot 76-68 103-91 96-81 101-87 93-89 98-85 85-83

74-60

TENNESSEE-CHATTANOOGA UTC leads, 28-19 77-78 (J30) H MAR 115-91 (F18) A UTC 89-85 78-79 (J22) A UTC 72-70 ot (F3) H MAR 70-63 79-80 (F2) A UTC 64-54 (F11) H MAR 67-55 80-81 (J12) A UTC 95-79 (F14) H UTC 89-77 81-82 (F6) H UTC 83-68 (F22) A UTC 100-82 82-83 (J27) H MAR 73-67 (F5) A UTC 88-71 83-84 (J14) H MAR 91-89 (F4) A MAR 75-67 (M4) N MAR 111-107 2ot + 84-85 (J12) H UTC 64-63 ot (F21) A UTC 80-73 85-86 (J25) H UTC 81-74 (F17) A UTC 81-67 86-87 (J24) H MAR 94-81 (F16) A UTC 82-78 87-88 (J30) A MAR 95-94 (F29) H MAR 93-77 (M5) N UTC 71-70 + 88-89 (J14) A UTC 99-75 (F12) H UTC 79-78 89-90 (J13) H MAR 86-83 ot (F12) A MAR 69-60 90-91 (J12) H UTC 77-72 (F11) A MAR 81-77 91-92 (J11) A UTC 86-68 (F10) H UTC 76-75 (M7) N UTC 84-68 + 92-93 (J9) H MAR 78-77 (F14) A UTC 83-69 93-94 (J8) A UTC 92-81 (F14) H UTC 81-77 94-95 (J7) H MAR 95-83 (J23) A UTC 95-83 95-96 (N28) A MAR 95-86 (J22) H MAR 86-69 (M1) N MAR 82-81 + 96-97 (D23) H MAR 90-83 (F22) A UTC 92-72 (M2) N UTC 71-70 ot + 97-98 (D2) A UTC 57-47 10-11 (N20) H UTC 69-68 TENNESSEE-MARTIN MAR leads, 1-0 94-95 (D9) N MAR

92-84

TENNESSEE TECH MAR leads, 3-1 49-50 (J28) H MAR (F11) A TT

88-43 74-70

46-44

100-88

(J27) (J--)

89-83

104-70

88-79

TAMPA MAR leads, 1-0 62-63 (F9) H

TENNESSEE TENN leads, 6-3 36-37 (F1) A 37-38 (F5) A 38-39 (F3) A 39-40 (F3) A 40-41 (J2) A (J6) H 41-42 (J31) A 44-45 (J6) A 45-46 (J5) A

50-51 51-52

TENNESSEE STATE MAR leads, 1-0 08-09 (D28) H MAR

SOUTH FLORIDA USF leads, 1-0 91-92 (F18) A USF

SYRACUSE MAR leads, 1-0 47-48 (D30) N

TEMPLE MAR leads, 1-0 75-76 (J7) A

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SERIES VS. OPPONENTS 69-70 70-71 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05

(J31) (J14) (F10) (J3) (J6) (F13) (J12) (J29) (J26) (J11) (J14) (J15)

H A H A A H A H A H A H

TRANSYLVANIA TRAN leads, 2-1 21-22 (F17) A 21-22 (F24) H 21-22 (F25) H TROY MAR leads, 2-1 01-02 (N23) H 09-10 (D12) H 09-10 (D28) A

TRA MAR TRA

88-81 71-69 88-66 72-49 72-68 81-72 91-90 72-57 77-67 79-58 68-65 83-74

TROY 77-72 MAR 99-70 MAR 78-75

TLN TLN MAR TLN MAR MAR TLN MAR TLN MAR MAR MAR

61-36 64-58 $ 79-73 73-65 68-54 70-68 48-47 $ 89-86 ot 57-51 89-79 58-55 79-75 ot

TULSA TLS leads, 7-4 05-06 (J18) 06-07 (J17) (F7) 07-08 (J30) (M1) 08-09 (J17) (F4) 09-10 (F3) 09-10 (F17) 09-10 (M11) 10-11 (F23)

TLS MAR TLS MAR TLS TLS TLS TLS MAR TLS MAR

66-57 65-53 63-60 72-65 ot 89-64 69-50 73-57 73-69 64-58 80-64 79-61

A H A H A A H A H N H

UNION COLLEGE (Ky.) MAR leads, 3-0 36-37 (J11) H MAR 36-37 (J30) H MAR 51-52 (D--) MAR

56-35 61-37 95-55

VALPARAISO MAR leads, 1-0 33-34 (J3) H

MAR

22-17

VERMONT MAR leads, 1-0 81-82 (D11) H

MAR

83-81

VIRGINIA UVA leads, 6-2 28-29 (F19) A 45-46 (D--) A 54-55 (D29) N

Marshall and West Virginia will be playing for the 20th consecutive season at the Charleston Civic Center in Charleston, W.Va. as part of the Chesapeake Energy Classic

16-15 31-23 35-11

TULANE MAR leads, 7-5 05-06 (F4) A (M8) N 06-07 (J20) A (F17) H 07-08 (F16) H (M5) A (M12) N 08-09 (F7) H (F21) A 09-10 (J16) H (F20) A 10-11 (F19) A

VILLANOVA Series tied, 1-1 66-67 (M9) N 83-84 (M16) N

62

TOL TOL MAR TOL TOL MAR MAR MAR TOL MAR TOL TOL

MAR 70-68ot < NOVA 84-72

UVA UVA MAR

46-32 56-39 103-98

61-62 67-68 89-90 90-91 91-92

(J3) (D20) (N25) (D20) (J19)

H H A H A

VCU VCU leads, 2-0 84-85 (M15) N 87-88 (M16) H VMI MAR leads, 33-15 52-53 (-) H 61-62 (F24) H 62-63 (J26) H 76-77 (F7) N 77-78 (J17) A (F13) H (M3) N 78-79 (F5) H (F14) A 79-80 (D15) A (J12) H 80-81 (J3) H (J26) A 81-82 (J4) H (F11) A 82-83 (J8) H (F21) A 83-84 (J11) H (F16) A 84-85 (J5) H (J28) A (M3) N 85-86 (J16) A (J30) H 86-87 (J15) A (J29) H 87-88 (J21) A (F4) H 88-89 (J9) H (F4) A 89-90 (J8) H (F3) A 90-91 (J19) A (F16) H 91-92 (J18) H (F15) A 92-93 (J27) H (F6) A 93-94 (J27) A (F5) H

UVA MAR UVA UVA UVA

65-63 97-89 83-63 74-60 73-53

N A H H A A H H

VMI MAR MAR MAR VMI VMI MAR MAR

84-62 + 112-87 107-62 78-71 103-94 97-92 79-77 98-70

VIRGINIA TECH MAR leads, 10-9 21-22 (J13) A 23-24 (F22) H 28-29 (F22) A 31-32 (F18) A 38-39 (J31) A 39-40 (J31) A 52-53 (D9) H 58-59 (D6) H (J12) N 59-60 (D14) N (J11) N 75-76 (J24) A 76-77 (J26) H 87-88 (J11) A 88-89 (J4) H 89-90 (N27) A 90-91 (J3) H 05-06 (N21) A 06-07 (D30) H

VT MAR MAR VT MAR MAR MAR MAR VT MAR VT VT VT VT MAR MAR VT VT MAR

27-11 29-14 35-32 25-17 47-31 45-38 113-57 78-70 93-80 85-80 79-72 108-82 84-81 90-74 108-104 77-73 92-89 71-54 59-58

94-95 95-96 96-97

VCU VCU

MAR VMI MAR VMI VMI MAR MAR VMI MAR MAR VMI MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR VMI MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR VMI VMI MAR VMI MAR VMI VMI MAR MAR MAR VMI MAR

81-65 ! 81-80 <

83-73 76-65 98-82 97-90 79-71 88-71 76-71 + 66-58 88-66 60-58 75-63 99-81 63-53 90-63 103-67 95-64 110-91 79-53 99-61 58-54 65-63 70-65 + 84-82 85-77 83-71 104-77 64-62 95-91 ot 65-61 65-63 72-68 82-77 ot 77-71 96-95 74-69 79-72 80-66 78-69 82-78 78-64

10-11

(M3) (J16) (F18) (J15) (F17) (J27) (F15) (D19)

WABASH COLLEGE MAR leads, 1-0 37-38 (M--) N MAR

53-51

WAKE FOREST Series tied, 2-2 51-52 (J12) H 93-94 (D22) A 94-95 (D30) A 97-98 (D17) H

MAR WF WF MAR

76-68 82-60 95-59 73-66

WASHBURN WAS leads, 1-0 52-53 (D--) N

WAS

63-61

WASHINGTON (Mo.) Series tied, 1-1 47-48 (D--) WAS 52-53 (D--) MAR

54-48 60-50

WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON WJ leads, 1-0 43-44 (D--) A WJ 51-40 WASHINGTON & LEE MAR leads, 3-2 25-26 (F6) H WAL 28-29 (F20) H WAL 54-55 (J1) H MAR 55-56 (D10) H MAR 57-58 (D28) H MAR

32-23 48-30 89-79 115-83 97-73

WEST FLORIDA MAR leads, 1-0 73-74 (F9) H

MAR

88-51

WEST LIBERTY STATE MAR leads, 4-0 41-42 (F7) MAR 42-43 (J--) MAR 46-47 (J--) MAR (F--) MAR

80-57 58-47 94-44 72-49

WEST TEXAS STATE Series tied, 1-1 47-48 (D28) N MAR 48-49 (D23) A WTS

56-55 66-47

WEST VIRGINIA WVU leads, 28-11 28-29 (J16) A 29-30 (F25) A 30-31 (J14) A 77-78 (F20) A 78-79 (D6) A (D30) A 79-80 (D29) A (J2) N 80-81 (D6) A 81-82 (D5) H 82-83 (D4) A 83-84 (D3) H 84-85 (D8) A 85-86 (D7) H 86-87 (D27) A 87-88 (D27) H 88-89 (F9) N 89-90 (D5) A 90-91 (D4) H 91-92 (J22) N 92-93 (F17) N 93-94 (J19) N 94-95 (J18) N 95-96 (J18) N 96-97 (D17) N 97-98 (F16) N 98-99 (J17) N 99-00 (J18) N 00-01 (J9) N 01-02 (J23) N 02-03 (J22) N 03-04 (J21) N 04-05 (J11) N 05-06 (J25) N 06-07 (J24) N 07-08 (J23) N 08-09 (J14) N 09-10 (J20) N 10-11 (J19) N

44-21 48-35 36-22 80-73 79-73 73-71 71-61 63-62 ot 76-73 ot 91-78 95-82 78-67 89-77 64-60 69-67 82-72 81-73 74-56 97-80 90-76 72-65 79-67 89-82 91-87 103-91 71-58 85-84 ot 82-77 73-67 81-79 ot 65-61 55-51 59-55 58-52 77-63 66-64 87-76 68-60 75-71

WVU WVU WVU WVU WVU WVU WVU WVU MAR MAR WVU MAR WVU MAR WVU MAR WVU WVU MAR WVU WVU WVU WVU MAR WVU WVU WVU WVU WVU MAR WVU WVU MAR MAR WVU WVU WVU WVU MAR

WEST VIRGINIA STATE MAR leads, 1-0 99-00 (D7) H MAR

82-46

WEST VIRGINIA UNIV. TECH (formerly New River State College) MAR leads, 16-6 22-23 (J25) H WVT 23-22

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MARSHALL 24-25 25-26 26-27 27-28 28-29 29-30 30-31 31-32 42-43 44-45 08-09 10-11

(F4) (F6) (J30) (F11) (J15) (J28) (J8) (J14) (J12) (J30) (J10) (J29) (J24) (F13) (J23) (F17) (D--) (F--) (J--) (F--) (N16) (N12)

H A H H H A H H H A H A H A H A H H

MAR WVT MAR WVT WVT WVT MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR WVT MAR WVT MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR

32-6 21-18 25-24 25-22 21-16 27-20 20-19 29-21 31-28 52-35 53-31 50-24 45-32 47-35 35-17 23-18 73-40 58-53 98-36 83-49 110-57 92-69

79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91

WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN MAR leads, 29-13 22-23 (J12) A WVW 44-25 25-26 (F13) H MAR 31-27 (F18) A WVW 30-13 26-27 (J22) A WVW 35-5 (F25) H WVW 35-25 27-28 (J20) A MAR 26-17 (F25) H MAR 34-31 28-29 (J19) A WVW 34-23 (F16) H MAR 37-31 29-30 (J17) A MAR 34-23 (F20) H MAR 36-28 30-31 (J16) A WVW 37-30 (F27) H MAR 40-22 31-32 (F5) A MAR 31-27 (F26) H MAR 41-30 32-33 (J27) A WVW 36-32 (M2) H MAR 44-26 33-34 (J27) A WVW 42-37 (M2) H MAR 40-33 34-35 (J30) H WVW 37-29 (M1) H MAR 26-18 35-36 (F--) A WVW 44-42 (F--) H MAR 65-35 36-37 (F25) A WVW 54-47 (ot) (M2) H MAR 57-42 37-38 (J22) A MAR 71-47 (M5) H MAR 63-38 38-39 (J14) A MAR 43-39 (F24) H MAR 54-38 39-40 (J--) A MAR 71-45 (F--) H MAR 65-53 40-41 (F--) A WVW 71-53 (F--) H MAR 87-44 41-42 (F24) A WVW 67-62 (M6) H MAR 76-59 47-48 (F--) MAR 70-55 51-52 (D--) MAR 92-67 52-53 (D--) MAR 115-85 (J--) MAR 81-74 53-54 (D5) MAR 87-64 55-56 (F7) H MAR 85-64 64-65 (J2) H MAR 93-74 WESTERN CAROLINA MAR leads, 30-13 73-74 (D1) H MAR 75-76 (D9) H MAR 77-78 (J21) H MAR (F6) A WCU (F25) H MAR 78-79 (J20) A MAR (F10) H MAR (F24) A WCU

91-76 103-94 95-88 54-52 64-56 + 69-54 80-68 67-50 +

91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 02-03 09-10

(J19) (F9) (F2) (F9) (J18) (F20) (J29) (F7) (J28) (F23) (J21) (F25) (J27) (F15) (J26) (F14) (F1) (F27) (J16) (F11) (J15) (F10) (J14) (F9) (J13) (F8) (J10) (F13) (J10) (F12) (F6) (F5) (J18) (D20) (M16)

A H H A H A H A H A H A H A A H H A A H H A H A A H H A A H H A H H H

SERIES VS. OPPONENTS WCU MAR MAR WCU WCU MAR MAR MAR MAR WCU MAR MAR MAR WCU MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR WCU MAR WCU WCU MAR MAR WCU WCU MAR WCU MAR MAR MAR

WESTERN KENTUCKY WKU leads, 11-4 43-44 (J15) H WKU (F17) A WKU 44-45 (J27) H MAR (F1) A WKU 45-46 (N24) N WKU (D14) H MAR (J28) A WKU 51-52 (F2) A WKU (F12) H WKU (F22) N WKU 59-60 (J28) H MAR 60-61 (F6) A WKU 61-62 (D29) H MAR 03-04 (F21) H WKU 04-05 (D18) A WKU WESTERN MARYLAND MAR leads, 1-0 36-37 (D17) A MAR WESTERN MICHIGAN MAR leads, 30-19 53-54 (F4) H MAR (F15) A MAR 54-55 (J8) H MAR (F1) A WMU 55-56 (D17) A WMU (J7) H MAR 56-57 (D15) H MAR (M2) H MAR 57-58 (D28) H MAR (F24) A MAR 58-59 (D11) A MAR (J17) H MAR 59-60 (D19) H MAR (J23) A WMU 60-61 (J21) A MAR (F4) H MAR 61-62 (F3) H MAR (F17) A WMU

76-67 86-75 82-74 80-78 74-72 92-83 82-77 93-88 82-70 102-100 ot 83-69 78-68 82-74 84-69 75-69 104-78 103-74 86-73 64-57 79-73 86-60 74-62 93-91 90-77 93-80 94-86 86-65 85-81 71-63 73-69 73-65 125-104 96-76 83-68 90-88

39-36 61-48 68-41 67-45 51-45 56-40 61-49 76-65 87-82 89-74 100-97 ot 100-77 89-84 87-66 70-54

56-28

70-61 90-88 79-50 89-75 80-70 85-72 103-75 101-85 86-69 93-80 78-63 91-65 90-81 81-74 76-69 93-68 89-76 78-74

62-63 63-64 64-65 65-66 66-67 67-68 68-69 69-70 70-71 71-72 72-73 73-74 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04

04-05

(F2) (M2) (F1) (M2) (J30) (F27) (J29) (F26) (J28) (F25) (J27) (F24) (J11) (F11) (J10) (F28) (J9) (J9) (D30) (F6) (F5) (D19) (D20) (J3) (D22) (J4) (F5) (J12) (F15) (M11) (F12)

H A H A H A H A H A H A A H H A A H A H H A A H A H A A H N A

WMU WMU MAR WMU MAR WMU MAR MAR MAR MAR WMU MAR WMU WMU MAR MAR WMU MAR WMU WMU MAR WMU MAR MAR MAR MAR WMU WMU MAR WMU WMU

95-82 82-78 87-82 93-86 110-99 100-85 89-80 70-69 73-61 68-67 93-92 98-81 100-78 85-74 83-75 125-98 89-82 102-77 72-70 67-49 78-63 79-68 127-126 2ot 67-65 77-73 66-54 79-75 88-65 82-76 ot 96-62 # 90-70

WHEATON COLLEGE (Ill.) MAR leads, 1-0 47-48 (J--) MAR 95-84 WICHITA STATE Series tied, 1-1 40-41 (D--) A WSU 36-33 41-42 (D15) H MAR 60-24 WILLIAM & MARY W&M leads, 1-0 50-51 (D19) H W&M 56-38 WILMINGTON COLLEGE (Ohio) MAR leads, 1-0 79-80 (D6) H MAR 96-70 WINTHROP MAR leads, 3-0 00-01 (D16) H 01-02 (D3) A 07-08 (J5) H

MAR MAR MAR

73-50 71-65 67-62 ot

WISCONSIN MAR leads, 1-0 71-72 (D27) N

MAR

85-83

WISCONSIN-GREEN BAY UWGB leads, 1-0 08-09 (N22) N UWGB 72-66 WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE MAR leads, 1-0 74-75 (M1) H MAR 62-56 WISCONSIN-RIVER FALLS (formerly Wisconsin State) MAR leads, 1-0 46-47 (M6) N MAR 113-80 WITTENBERG Wittenberg leads, 4-3 30-31 (F6) H WIT 31-32 (J13) A WIT 32-33 (F3) A WIT (F24) H MAR

KEY ot ! < ^ + # $ *

33-34

Overtime NCAA Tournament National Invitation Tournament Ohio Valley Conference Tourn. Southern Conference Tourn. Mid-American Conference Tourn. Conference USA Championship CollegeInsider.com Tournament

A H H

MAR WIT MAR

37-24 34-27 89-61

WOFFORD MAR leads, 1-0 91-92 (D16) H

MAR

84-79 ot

WRIGHT STATE Series tied, 1-1 06-07 (D13) H 07-08 (N28) A

MAR 79-72 WSU 77-70

WYOMING WYO leads, 2-1 90-91 (N24) A 91-92 (D7) H 92-93 (D21) A

WYO 96-91 ot MAR 91-86 WYO 101-89

XAVIER MAR leads, 13-11 26-27 (F20) A 27-28 (F18) A (F19) A 34-35 (F27) A 39-40 (J19) A (F6) H 41-42 (F11) H (M--) A 42-43 (F--) H (F--) A 45-46 (J--) H (F--) A 46-47 (D--) H (D--) N (J17) A 48-49 (F19) H 49-50 (F18) H 52-53 (D11) A (M2) H 54-55 (J13) H 57-58 (D14) N (F7) H 75-76 (D12) H 04-05 (D30) A

XAV XAV XAV MAR MAR MAR MAR XAV XAV MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR MAR XAV MAR XAV MAR MAR XAV MAR XAV XAV

YALE Series tied, 1-1 44-45 (D20 A 68-69 (D21) H

YALE 60-42 MAR 77-72

51-52

(J10) (F10) (D--)

YOUNGSTOWN STATE MAR leads, 6-1 47-48 (J28) H MAR 48-49 (J14) H MAR (F2) A MAR 49-50 (D19) A MAR (J6) H YSU 87-88 (D4) H MAR 05-06 (D4) H MAR

48-22 16-14 43-34 47-25 48-36 51-47 59-49 43-53 68-53 56-40 91-50 72-59 56-47 75-58 53-41 53-50 67-63 96-91 83-78 82-59 70-68 99-87 78-77 ot 69-46

78-77 62-55 83-60 71-64 81-76 79-65 73-70

33-31 30-21 59-21 37-34

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YEARLY RECORDS

64

YEAR

COACH

1906-07 1907-08 1908-09 1909-10 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1913-14 1914-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62

L.B. Crotty L.B. Crotty Boyd Chambers Boyd Chambers NO BASKETBALL Boyd Chambers Boyd Chambers Boyd Chambers NO BASKETBALL Archer Reilly NO BASKETBALL Kemper Shelton Herbert Cramer J.E.R. Barnes Bill Strickling Russ Meredith Trusty Tallmann Bill Strickling Johnny Stuart Johnny Stuart Johnny Stuart Johnny Stuart Tom Dandelet Tom Dandelet Tom Dandelet Tom Dandelet Cam Henderson Cam Henderson Cam Henderson Cam Henderson Cam Henderson Cam Henderson Cam Henderson Cam Henderson Cam Henderson Cam Henderson Cam Henderson Cam Henderson Cam Henderson Cam Henderson Cam Henderson Cam Henderson Cam Henderson Cam Henderson Cam Henderson Cam Henderson Jule Rivlin Jule Rivlin Jule Rivlin Jule Rivlin Jule Rivlin Jule Rivlin Jule Rivlin

OVERALL RECORD

PCT.

CONFERENCE RECORD

CONFERENCE FINISH

0-1 5-0-1 6-2 3-3

.000 .917 .750 .500

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2-2 1-4 2-5

.500 .200 .286

--------0-1

--------N/a

2-5

.286

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6-9 5-4-1 1-3 8-7 12-6 10-7 7-10 11-10 14-8 12-3 9-8 8-10 10-9 13-8 12-9 6-10 21-8 28-4 22-5 25-4 14-9 15-9 10-7 15-7 17-9 25-10 32-4 22-11 16-12 15-9 13-13 15-11 20-4 12-9 18-4 18-5 15-9 17-7 12-12 10-13 11-13 10-13

.400 .550 .250 .533 .667 .588 .412 .524 .636 .800 .529 .444 .526 .619 .571 .375 .724 .875 .814 .862 .609 .625 .588 .681 .654 .714 .865 .667 .571 .625 .500 .577 .833 .571 .818 .783 .625 .708 .500 .435 .458 .435

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

------------------------------------------------4th# 2nd (T)# 4th# 6th# 1st# 1st# 1st# ------------------------------------4th$ 3rd$ 6th$ 4th$ ----4th% 2nd% 1st% 2nd% 2nd% 5th% 6th% 4th% 5th%

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MARSHALL 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66

Jule Rivlin Ellis Johnson Ellis Johnson Ellis Johnson

YEAR 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

COACH Ellis Johnson Ellis Johnson Ellis Johnson Stewart Way Stewart Way Carl Tacy Bob Daniels Bob Daniels Bob Daniels Bob Daniels Bob Daniels Stu Aberdeen Stu Aberdeen Stu Aberdeen Bob Zuffelato Bob Zuffelato Bob Zuffelato Rick Huckabay Rick Huckabay Rick Huckabay Rick Huckabay Rick Huckabay Rick Huckabay Dana Altman Dwight Freeman Dwight Freeman Dwight Freeman Dwight Freeman Billy Donovan Billy Donovan Greg White Greg White Greg White Greg White Greg White Greg White Greg White Ron Jirsa Ron Jirsa Ron Jirsa Ron Jirsa Donnie Jones Donnie Jones Donnie Jones Tom Herrion

#Buckeye Conference +Southern Conference

7-16 6-17 4-20 12-12 OVERALL RECORD 20-8 17-8 9-15 9-14 16-10 23-4 20-7 17-9 13-13 13-14 8-19 14-15 11-16 17-12 18-10 16-11 20-8 25-6 21-13 19-11 25-6 24-8 15-15 15-13 14-14 7-22 16-11 9-18 18-9 17-11 20-9 11-16 16-11 21-9 18-9 15-15 14-15 12-17 6-22 12-16 13-19 16-14 15-17 24-10 22-12 $Ohio Valley Conference ^Conference USA

YEARLY RECORDS .304 .261 .167 .500 PCT. .714 .680 .375 .391 .615 .852 .741 .654 .500 .482 .314 .483 .407 .586 .643 .593 .714 .806 .618 .633 .806 .750 .500 .535 .500 .241 .593 .333 .667 .607 .690 .407 .593 .700 .667 .500 .483 .413 .214 .429 .407 .533 .468 .706 .647

1-11 1-11 1-11 4-8 CONFERENCE RECORD 10-2 9-3 3-9 --------------------------------8-5 5-8 10-6 8-8 8-8 13-3 13-3 12-4 10-6 15-1 14-2 6-8 9-5 7-7 3-11 11-7 7-11 10-4 8-6 10-4 7-11 11-7 11-7 12-6 8-10 9-9 8-10 3-15 5-9 7-9 8-8 7-9 11-5 9-7

6th (T)% 7th% 7th% 5th% CONFERENCE FINISH 2nd% 2nd% 6th (T)% --------------------------------3rd+ 5th+ 2nd+ 6th (T)+ 5th+ 2nd+ 1st+ 2nd+ 3rd+ 1st+ 1st+ 6th+ 5th+ 5th+ 6th+ 4th+ 7th+ 1st (North Division)+ 3rd (North Division)+ 1st (North Division)+ 4th (East Division)% 6th (East Division)% 4th (East Division)% 2nd (East Division)% 5th (East Division)% 4th (East Division)% 5th (East Division)% 6th (East Division)% 9th^ 8th (T)^ 6th (T)^ 6th (T)^ 3rd (T)^ 5th (T)^

%Mid-American Conference

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YEARLY RESULTS 1906-07: 0-1

D 14

HEAD COACH: L.B. Crotty Charleston Taw Club A L

N 28 D 20 J 23 J 24 J 25 F 27

HEAD COACH: L.B. Crotty Charleston (W.Va.) A W 7-6 Charleston (W.Va.) A W 12-5 Ronceverte A T 11-11 Alderson-Broddus A W 14-12 Hinton A W 30-4 Ashland YMCA H W 21-2

N 27 - - - - - - - -

HEAD COACH: Boyd Chambers Morehead State H W 11-4 Pomeroy H W 38-11 Middleport YMCA H W 64-11 Davis & Elkins H W 52-17 Middleport A W 44-40 Charleston (W.Va.) A W 46-17 Parkersburg YMCA A L 16-58 Marietta College A L 26-48

-

HEAD COACH: Boyd Chambers Ashland YMCA W 27-16 Ashland YMCA L 32-45 Charleston HS L 32-27 Charleston HS L 19-20 Middleport W 49-23 Charleston (W.Va.) W 39-3

6-13

1907-08: 5-0-1

1909-10: 3-3

The 1907-08 Marshall College Basketball Team

1910-11: No Basketball 1911-12: 2-2

-

HEAD COACH: Boyd Chambers Charleston (W.Va.) W 42-29 Ashland YMCA L 43-47 Bethany (W.Va.) W 36-25 Parkersburg L 39-42

J 1 J 17 J 29 J 31 F 8

HEAD COACH: Boyd Chambers Charleston (W.Va.) W 29-9 Davis & Elkins L 27-28 Cin. Church of Christ L 10-68 Otterbein L 23-29 Notre Dame H L 9-27

-

HEAD COACH: Boyd Chambers Charleston (W.Va.) W 29-9 Huntington High W 16-2 Davis & Elkins* L 27-28 Cin. Church of Christ L 10-68 Otterbein L 23-27 Ashland YMCA L 22-36 Ashland YMCA L 22-46

-

1912-13: 1-4

J 18 J 19 J 26 J 31 F 1 F 9 F 12 F F F 20 F 22 F 28 - -

Fairmont State Alderson-Broaddus Charleston (W.Va.) Davis & Elkins Fairmont State Charleston (W.Va.) Concord Kentucky Wesleyan Marietta College Alderson-Broaddus Virginia Tech Glenville State Salem International

J 9 J 16 J 17 J 21 J 22 J 23 J 24 J 28 J 30 F 5 F 10 F 14 F F F F 24 F 28 M 5 M -

HEAD COACH: Russ Meredith Rio Grande H W 25-22 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 45-16 Davis & Elkins H L 13-33 Salem International A W 23-16 Fairmont State A W 18-11 Davis & Elkins A L 19-31 Alderson-Broaddus A W 33-17 West Virginia Tech H W 32-6 Fairmont State H L 13-23 West Virginia Tech A L 18-21 Salem International H L 23-24 Concord H W 29-10 Eastern Kentucky A W 47-28 Kentucky Wesleyan H W 27-20 Georgetown (Ky.) H L 21-36 Alderson-Broaddus H W 48-23 Kentucky Wesleyan H W 23-13 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 37-15 Concord College H W 31-10

1914-18: No Basketball 1918-19: 2-5

-

-

HEAD COACH: Archer Reilly Marietta College L Charleston (W.Va.) L Greenbriar Military L Kentucky Wesleyan H W Spencer High W Charleston (W.Va.) L Huntington High L

20-44 31-39 30-39 26-24 48-19 29-39 37-42

J 10 J J J 16 J 21 J 22 J 30 F 4 F 6 F 11 F 13 F 16 F 17 F 18 F 24 F 26 M 2

HEAD COACH: Trusty Tallmann Alumni H W 18-6 Fairmont State H L 16-17 Rio Grande H W 22-11 Charleston (W.Va.) A W 27-22 Alderson-Broaddus A L 20-32 Salem International A W 30-24 West Virginia Tech H W 25-24 Salem International H W 30-23 Washington & Lee H L 21-34 West Virginia Tech H L 22-25 W.Va. Wesleyan H W 31-27 Bethany (W.Va.) A L 25-35 Fairmont State A L 20-27 W.Va. Wesleyan A L 13-30 Alderson-Broaddus H W 35-25 Concord A W 34-31 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 45-18

1920-21: 6-9

-

HEAD COACH: Kemper Shelton Glenville State L 30-31 Georgetown (Ky.) L 23-30 Charleston (W.Va.) L 16-33 Rio Grande W 40-12 Salem International L 20-27 Salem International L 21-26 Muskingum L 14-34 Salem International L 21-26 Ashland YMCA W 29-10 Charleston (W.Va.) L 21-25 Ironton W 81-18 Rio Grande W 37-19 Charleston (W.Va.) W 29-21

-

-

HEAD COACH: Herbert Cramer Rio Grande W 21-6 Alderson-Broaddus L 11-23 Virginia Tech A L 11-27 Bluefield State A L 26-28 Bluefield State H W 23-6 Georgetown (Ky.) W 29-23 Marietta College L 21-40 Bethany (W.Va.) L 12-24 Ohio Mechanics W 17-15 Alderson-Broaddus W 33-20

1921-22: 5-4-1

1922-23: 1-3

-

-

HEAD COACH: J.E.R. Barnes Rio Grande W Marietta College A L Davis & Elkins H L W.Va. Wesleyan L

1923-24: 8-7

J 12 J 17

66

32-14 16-17 33-47 25-43

HEAD COACH: Bill Strickling Marietta College H L 22-31 Davis & Elkins A L 25-39

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

21-15 20-21 39-29 24-14 26-10 17-24 18-13 26-20 19-28 27-24 29-14 25-24 18-21

J 8 J 13 J 15 J 20 J 21 J 22 J 28 F 1 F 4 F 10 F 12 F 18 F 19 F 22 F 25 F 28 M 3

HEAD COACH: Bill Strickling Alumni H W 25-22 Glenville State H L 13-26 West Virginia Tech H L 16-21 Fairmont State A L 27-37 Alderson-Broaddus A W 37-26 W.Va. Wesleyan A L 5-35 West Virginia Tech A L 29-37 Fairmont State H L 20-27 Bluefield State H W 41-20 Salem International H L 23-39 Concord H W 29-17 Fenwick Club A L 26-27 Xavier A L 22-48 Alderson-Broaddus H W 34-14 W.Va. Wesleyan H L 25-35 Charleston (W.Va.) A W 21-19 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 19-15

1925-26: 10-7

1919-20: No Basketball -

A A H H H A H A A H H H H

1924-25: 12-6

1913-14: 2-5, 0-1 WVAA

-

West Virginia Tech Emory & Henry Salem International Charleston (W.Va.) W.Va. Wesleyan Charleston (W.Va.)

A A A H H H

L W L W W W

35-47 35-28 35-43 40-23 40-22 50-22

D 30 - - - - - - - - - - - - - F 18 - - - -

HEAD COACH: Tom Dandelet Kentucky A L 16-46 Wittenberg A L 21-30 Charleston (W.Va.) A W 30-28 West Virginia Tech H W 35-17 Ohio H L 26-29 Fairmont State A L 31-32 W.Va. Wesleyan A W 31-27 Salem International A W 36-34 Salem International H L 22-27 Fairmont State H L 35-37 West Virginia Tech A L 18-23 Virginia Tech H L 17-25 Marietta College W 42-22 W.Va. Wesleyan H W 41-30 Cincinnati A L 28-31 Concord L 15-24 Marietta College L 23-27 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 63-31

1931-32: 8-10

1908-09: 6-2

-

F 13 F 14 F 16 F 19 F 27 M 5

1926-27: 7-10

1927-28: 11-10

J 7 J 11 J 13 J 14 J 18 J 19 J 20 J 21 J 28 F 1 F 3 F 10 F F F 17 F 18 F 22 F 25 F F M 1

HEAD COACH: Johnny Stuart Alumni H W 33-18 Bluefield State H W 28-23 Charleston Senators A W 49-30 West Virginia Tech H W 20-19 Fairmont State A L 22-40 Aldreson-Broaddus A W 29-23 W.Va. Wesleyan A W 26-17 Davis & Elkins A L 22-42 Davis & Elkins H L 6-17 Glenville State H L 22-23 Charleston (W.Va.) A L 17-20 Fairmont State H W 46-32 West Virginia Tech H W 29-21 Centre College H L 24-30 Xavier A L 14-16 Xavier A L 34-43 Alderson-Broaddus H W 30-20 W.Va. Wesleyan H W 34-31 Armco H L 28-36 Charleston (W.Va.) H L 24-26 Charleston (W.Va.) A W 37-17

J 5 J 12 J 15 J 16 J 17 J 18 J 19 J 21 J 26 J 30 F 2 F 5 F 13 F 14 F 16 F 19 F 20 F 22 F 23 F 26 F 28

HEAD COACH: Johnny Stuart Alumni H W 51-20 West Virginia Tech H W 36-28 Alderson-Broaddus A W 36-23 West Virginia A L 21-44 Fairmont State A W 47-30 W.Va. Wesleyan A L 23-24 Davis & Elkins A L 23-54 Concord H W 47-41 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 43-38 West Virginia Tech A W 52-35 Davis & Elkins H L 34-50 Fairmont State H W 54-33 Alderson-Broaddus H W 59-21 Centre College H W 42-26 W.Va. Wesleyan H W 37-31 Virginia A L 32-46 Washington & Lee H L 30-48 Virginia Tech A W 35-32 Concord A L 32-42 Charleston (W.Va.) A W 47-26 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 43-23

J 4 J 10 J 12 J 17 J 18 J 23 J 24 J 29 F 5 F 8 F 14 F 20 F 25 M 1 M 4

HEAD COACH: Johnny Stuart Alumni H W 39-25 West Virginia Tech H W 53-21 Fairmont State A L 23-24 W.Va. Wesleyan A W 34-23 Salem International A W 36-21 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 32-19 Concord H W 40-34 West Virginia Tech A W 50-24 Fairmont State H W 45-34 Salem International H W 33-23 Charleston (W.Va.) A W 49-32 W.Va. Wesleyan H W 36-28 West Virginia A L 35-48 Glenville State H L 32-36 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 41-34

D 27 J 6 J 10 J 14 J 15 J 16 J 17 J 24 J 28 F 4 F 6

HEAD COACH: Johnny Stuart Kentucky A L 26-42 Alumni H W 30-24 Charleston (W.Va.) A W 42-29 West Virginia A L 22-36 Fairmont State A L 35-46 W.Va. Wesleyan A L 30-37 Salem International A W 54-28 West Virginia Tech H W 45-32 Ohio A L 38-42 Fairmont State H W 47-31 Wittenberg H L 31-33

1928-29: 14-8

1929-30: 12-3

1930-31: 9-8

1932-33: 10-9, 3-6 Buckeye Conf. D 17 J 3 J 7 J 10 J 14 J 18 J 26 J 27 J 28 J 31 F 3 F 8 F 11 F 14 F 17 F 18 F 22 F 24 M 2

HEAD COACH: Tom Dandelet Kentucky N1 L 26-53 Charleston (W.Va.) A W 56-25 Ohio* H L 23-35 Ohio Wesleyan* A L 36-45 Miami (Ohio)* H W 34-22 Cincinnati* H W 41-27 Fairmont State A W 49-44 W.Va. Wesleyan A L 30-34 Salem A W 52-35 Fairmont State H L 23-29 Wittenberg* A L 21-59 Ohio* A L 36-39 Ohio Wesleyan* H L 32-36 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 54-28 Cincinnati* A L 28-31 Miami (Ohio)* A W 40-30 Salem International H W 45-30 Wittenberg H W 37-34 W.Va. Wesleyan H W 46-25

(N1) Ashland, Ky.

1933-34: 13-8, 6-4 Buckeye Conf. D 14 D 27 J 3 J 6 J 10 J 13 J 17 J 25 J 26 J 27 F 3 F 6 F 10 F 13 F 16 F 17 F 22 F 24 F 27 M 1 M 2

HEAD COACH: Tom Dandelet Kentucky A L 26-48 Indiana H L 20-36 Valparaiso H W 22-17 Cincinnati* H W 35-25 Wittenberg* A W 37-24 Miami (Ohio)* A W 30-16 Ohio* A L 19-35 Fairmont State A L 26-29 Davis & Elkins A W 41-36 W.Va. Wesleyan A L 37-42 Ohio Wesleyan* H W 19-18 Ohio Wesleyan* A L 29-46 Wittenberg* H L 27-34 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 49-34 Miami (Ohio)* A W 31-28 Cincinnati* A L 32-41 Ohio* H W 41-37 Fairmont State H W 35-26 Davis & Elkins H W 46-41 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 41-36 W.Va. Wesleyan H W 40-33

1934-35: 12-9, 3-6 Buckeye Conf. D 27 D 28 J 3 J 5 J 7 J 9 J 12 J 19 J 30 J 31 F 1 F 5 F 6 F 8 F 13 F 15 F 16 F 22 F 26 F 27 M 1

HEAD COACH: Tom Dandelet McArthur Collegians A W 48-22 Carbon Carbide A W 54-23 N.Y. Celtics H L 21-29 Charleston (W.Va.) A L 39-43 Dayton* H W 39-25 Ohio Wesleyan* A L 28-40 Cincinnati* A L 40-50 Ohio* H L 40-45 W.Va. Wesleyan H L 29-37 Salem International A W 56-43 Fairmont State A W 32-30 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 25-24 Ohio* A W 41-37 Ohio Wesleyan* H L 28-37 Fairmont State H W 34-29 Cincinnati* A L 27-48 Miami (Ohio)* A L 22-31 Miami (Ohio)* H W 31-23 Dayton* A W 35-32 Xavier A W 47-25 W.Va. Wesleyan H W 26-18

1935-36: 6-10, 1-8 Buckeye Conf. D - - J 18 - - - - - F 14 F 15 - -

HEAD COACH: Cam Henderson Charleston (W.Va.) A W 49-38 Dayton* H L 35-37 Ohio* A L 36-53 Cincinnati* H L 34-41 Ohio Wesleyan* A L 34-45 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 62-20 W.Va. Wesleyan A L 42-44 Fairmont State A W 64-36 Ohio Wesleyan* H L 30-38 Cincinnati* A L 33-51 Miami (Ohio)* A L 37-44 Fairmont State H W 70-40

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Miami (Ohio)* Ohio* W.Va. Wesleyan Dayton*

H H H A

L L W W

32-46 43-48 65-35 38-27

1936-37: 21-8, 9-1 Buckeye Conf. D 15 D 17 D 18 D 19 D 21 D 22 D 23 D 26 D 28 D 29 D 30 J 5 J 9 J 11 J 16 J 19 J 29 J 30 F 1 F 2 F 6 F 12 F 13 F 18 F 20 F 23 F 25 F 27 M 2

HEAD COACH: Cam Henderson BUCKEYE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Lincoln Memorial A W 82-27 Western Maryland A W 56-28 Loyola (Md.) A W 41-29 Fort Belvoir A W 56-39 George Washington A L 19-39 LIU A L 33-41 St. Thomas Aquinas A L 44-48 CCNY A L 33-49 John Marshall (N.J.) A W 69-35 St. Francis (N.Y.) A L 27-38 Rutgers-Newark A W 60-43 Dayton* H W 51-35 Cincinnati* H W 38-33 Union College (Ky.) H W 56-35 Ohio Wesleyan* A W 35-27 Centre College H W 33-29 Lincoln Memorial H W 70-38 Union College (Ky.) H W 61-37 Tennessee A L 31-33 Centre College A W 59-42 Miami (Ohio)* H W 32-31 Miami (Ohio)* A W 45-35 Cincinnati* A W 56-53 Ohio Wesleyan* H W 54-30 Dayton* A W 48-41 Ohio* A L 32-40 W.Va. Wesleyan A L+ 47-54 Ohio* H W 36-33 W.Va. Wesleyan H W 57-42

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1937-38: 28-4, 10-0 Buckeye Conf.

HEAD COACH: Cam Henderson BUCKEYE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Alderson-Broaddus A W 48-44 Salem International A W 50-36 Loyola (Md.) A W 51-29 John Marshall (N.J.) A W 35-31 LIU A W 50-40 St. Francis (N.Y.) A W 54-52 Brooklyn YMCA A W 64-47 St. Thomas Aquinas A L 39-47 St. Louis H W 52-24 High Point H W 55-37 Ohio Wesleyan* H W 42-37 Dayton* A W 49-28 Cincinnati* H W 63-32 Miami (Ohio)* H W 58-27 W.Va. Wesleyan A W 71-47 Salem International H W 68-40 Roanoke College H L 41-51 High Point A W 73-54 South Carolina A W 46-15 Maryville (Tenn.) A W 62-26 Tennessee A W 34-31 Kentucky Wesleyan H W 77-26 Ohio Wesleyan* H W 67-32 Ohio* A W 22-12 Cincinnati* A W 38-27 Miami (Ohio)* A W 22-16 LIU H L 33-38 Dayton* H W 56-31 Ohio* H W 44-32 W.Va. Wesleyan H W 63-38 NAIB National Tournament - Peru State (Neb.) N1 W 67-60

D 14 D 15 D 16 D 18 D 20 D 21 D 22 D 23 J 1 J 4 J 8 J 11 J 15 J 19 J 22 J J 31 F 1 F 2 F 4 F 5 F 8 F 12 F 15 F 18 F 19 F 23 F 26 M 3 M 5 -

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(N1) Kansas City, Mo.

1938-39: 22-5, 8-1 Buckeye Conf. D 15 D 16 D 17 D 21 D 22 D 23 D 24 J 5 J 7 J 12 J 14 J 17 J 21 J 30 J 31 F 1 F 2 F 3 F 10 F 12 F 14 F 17 F 18 F 22 F 24 M 1 M 4

HEAD COACH: Cam Henderson BUCKEYE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Salem International A W 66-41 Roanoke College A L 44-48 Loyola (Md.) A W 53-37 Brooklyn YMCA A W 61-57 John Marshall A W 40-28 St. Francis (N.Y.) A L 33-45 Scranton A W 41-30 Salem International H W 56-44 Bethany (W.Va.) H W 71-21 Ohio Wesleyan* A W 43-28 W.Va. Wesleyan A W 43-39 Cincinnati* H W 23-22 Dayton* H W 46-37 Emory & Henry A W 52-46 Virginia Tech A W 47-31 Lenoir-Rhyne A W 55-46 Furman A W 84-33 Tennessee A W 47-40 Ohio Wesleyan* H L 44-58 Emory & Henry H W 47-45 Ohio* H W 47-42 Miami (Ohio)* A W 48-30 Cincinnati* A L 30-35 Roanoke College H L 44-46 W.Va. Wesleyan H W 54-38 Miami (Ohio)* H W 46-29 Ohio* A W 50-40

D - - - - - - - - - - - J 8 J 13 J 19 - - - - - F 3 F 6 F F F F - - - -

HEAD COACH: Cam Henderson Wheeling Coca-Cola H W 89-59 Salem International A W 63-36 Roanoke College A W 55-26 Loyola (Md.) A W 69-42 Rutgers-Newark A W 53-40 St. Francis (N.Y.) A L 38-41 CCNY A W 60-26 Brooklyn YMCA A W 53-17 Montclair State A W 54-5 California H W 51-47 Roanoke College H W 53-27 Salem International H W 78-50 Toledo H W 50-37 Toledo A L 50-60 Xavier A W 48-36 Dayton H W 31-25 Emory & Henry H W 68-39 W.Va. Wesleyan A W 71-45 Virginia Tech A W 45-38 Emory & Henry A W 65-26 Tennessee A W 47-40 Xavier H W 51-47 Rutgers-Newark H W 75-32 Charleston (W.Va.) A W 39-25 Morehead State A W 42-31 Morehead State H W 51-40 Dayton A W 61-25 Charleston (W.Va.) H L 42-51 W.Va. Wesleyan H W 65-53

1939-40: 25-4

1940-41: 14-9

D D D 14 D D D 19

HEAD COACH: Cam Henderson Dayton H W 78-42 Mexico H W 75-36 Indiana A L 22-53 Southeastern L 51-53 Wichita State L 33-36 Colorado College A L 31-35

D 20 D 21 J 2 J 6 J 10 J J J 27 J 28 J 29 J 30 J 31 F F F F F -

Denver Colorado State Tennessee Tennessee Louisville Dayton Centre College St. Francis (N.Y.) Scranton Seton Hall Brooklyn YMCA Baltimore Morehead State Morehead State St. Francis (Pa.) W.Va. Wesleyan W.Va. Wesleyan

A A A H H A A A A A A A H A H

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

40-45 35-31 22-33 33-29 45-24 46-37 69-25 50-36 58-43 37-40 63-48 36-49 60-45 47-36 87-43 53-71 87-44

1941-42: 15-9

D 13 D 15 D 18 D 19 D 27 D 29 J 3 J 7 J 10 J 12 J 17 J 23 J 27 J 31 F 5 F 7 F 11 F 13 F 20 F 24 F 27 M 6 - -

HEAD COACH: Cam Henderson Denver H W 47-45 Wichita State W 60-24 Southwestern W 57-30 Bethany W 62-32 Roanoke A L 33-41 Miami (Fla.) A W 37-33 Columbus State A W 55-30 Morehead State A W 60-59 Dayton H W 43-37 Toledo H W 43-37 Toledo A L 47-55 Alderson-Broaddus L 55-58 Salem International A L 53-54 Tennessee A L 37-48 Salem International H L 61-64 West Liberty State W 80-57 Xavier H W 59-49 Davis & Elkins W 83-37 Morehead State H L 40-43 W.Va. Wesleyan A L 62-67 Dayton A W 55-31 W.Va. Wesleyan H W 76-59 Xavier A L 43-53

D - J 11 - - - - - - - - - - F 20 - - - -

HEAD COACH: Cam Henderson West Virginia Tech W 73-40 Morehead State A L 45-47 Toledo H L 41-57 Dayton H L 45-52 Alderson-Broaddus W 64-39 Charleston (W.Va.) L 50-69 Salem International A W 66-54 West Liberty State W 58-47 Morehead State H L 44-68 Dayton A W 52-48 West Virginia Tech W 58-53 Kentucky Wesleyan H W 63-46 Xavier H L 53-68 Toledo A L 47-81 Charleston (W.Va.) W 56-33 Salem International H W 72-56 Xavier A W 56-40

D - - D 16 D 17 D 18 - - -

HEAD COACH: Cam Henderson Georgetown (Ky.) W 68-22 Fairmont State W 43-24 Fairmont State W 44-30 Loyola (Md.) A W 55-37 Maryland A W 46-39 American A W 61-25 Army War College A W 65-33 Fort Belvoir A W 65-40

- J 8 J 15 J 22 J 31 - - F 12 F F 16 F 17 F 18 - F 29

Washington&Jefferson A Murray State H Western Kentucky H Cincinnati H Toledo A Salem International A Morehead State H Louisville H Morehead State A Cincinnati A Western Kentucky A Murray State A Salem International H Toledo H

D - D 14 D 15 D 16 - D 20 - - - - J 6 J 12 J 15 J 21 J 27 J J 31 F 1 F 2 F 3 - - - - - -

HEAD COACH: Cam Henderson Georgetown (Ky.) W 85-27 Fairmont State W 53-32 Penn State A L 32-34 Bucknell A W 52-49 Scranton A W 44-42 Brooklyn College A W 57-42 Yale A L 42-60 Fort Belvoir A L 45-49 Pentagon A W 76-44 Army War College A W 86-29 Salem International A W 119-55 Tennessee A L 40-48 Murray State A W 58-54 Cincinnati H W 75-37 Louisville H W 57-52 Western Kentucky H W 68-41 West Virginia Tech W 98-36 Murray State H L 33-34 Western Kentucky A L 45-67 Louisville A L 51-58 Cincinnati A L 34-36 Muskingum H W 77-49 Fairmont State W 71-35 Morehead State H W 52-39 West Virginia Tech W 83-49 Morehead State A L 37-57

40-51 52-37 36-39 55-49 56-61 58-32 43-41 68-54 31-55 37-65 48-61 43-65 84-31 58-27

N 24

HEAD COACH: Cam Henderson Ohio Valley Tournament Western Kentucky N1 L 45-51

D - - - - D 14 - - D 20 D 28 D 29 D 31 - - J 3 J 5 - - - - J 19 - - J 28 - - - F F 13 F F18 F F F 27

Kentucky Wesleyan H Rio Grande Kentucky Wesleyan H Georgetown (Ky.) Morehead State H Western Kentucky H Virginia A Army War College A Maryland A Kansas State N2 Hamline N2 Bradley A Charleston (W.Va.) Evansville A Murray State A Tennessee A Fairmont State Charleston (W.Va.) Morehead State A Concord College Cincinnati A Xavier H Kentucky Wesleyan A Western Kentucky A Georgetown (Ky.) Fairmont State Dayton H Xavier A Cincinnati H Concord Toledo H Charleston (W.Va.) Dayton A Toledo A

1944-45: 17-9

1942-43: 10-7

1943-44: 15-7

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

1945-46: 25-10

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

58-36 89-35 77-34 69-27 41-46 56-40 39-56 67-35 50-43 88-42 54-58 54-47 68-48 43-46 40-63 31-44 82-47 68-48 53-48 61-44 47-49 91-50 57-53 49-61 92-47 66-51 57-46 72-59 60-53 58-53 56-51 65-41 88-42 60-77

(N1) Jeffersonville, Ind. (N2) Kansas City, Mo.

1946-47: 32-5

D D D -

HEAD COACH: Cam Henderson NAIB NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Kentucky Wesleyan H W 76-53 Morehead State H W 54-50 Xavier H W 56-47 Murray State H W 68-59 Midwest Tournament Eastern Illinois N1 W 67-60 Indiana State A W 66-58 Xavier N1 W 75-58

J 2 J 3 J J J J 17 J J J J J 31 F F F 8 F -

Toronto Creighton Charleston (W.Va.) Akron Concord Xavier Dayton Concord Morehead State West Liberty State Cincinnati Kentucky Wesleyan West Liberty State Louisville Charleston (W.Va.)

D D D D 20

The 1936-37 Edition Of The Thundering Herd Went 21-8 And Won The Buckeye Conference Title

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

84-40 54-46 86-65 63-61 87-45 53-41 65-61 86-47 69-65 94-44 54-66 61-53 72-49 62-55 44-34

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F 13 Ohio A L 63-71 F 15 Morehead State* A L 68-72 F 19 John Carroll H W 79-66 M 2 Akron A W 84-81 M 3 Mount Union A L 58-70 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament - - Eastern Kentucky N1 L 54-91 (N1) Louisville, Ky. OVC Tourn: EKU in 1st Rd.

1951-52: 15-11, 5-7 OVC

Hal Greer, Jule Rivlin, and Jack Freeman

F F 18 F 19 F F F F 27 F 28 M 1 M 2 M 5 M 7 M 8 M 9 M10

DePauw W 73-58 Cincinnati A L 42-53 Miami (Ohio) N2 L 56-62 Dayton A W 79-53 Evansville H L 69-73 Concordia W 62-61 Bradley A L 51-62 Illinois Wesleyan A W 70-60 Hawaii H W 84-57 Fort Knox H W 85-62 NAIB National Tournament UW-River Falls N3 W 113-80 Hamline N3 W 55-54 Eastern Washington N3 W 56-48 Emporia State N3 W 56-55 Minn. State-Mankato N3 W 73-59

(N1) Terre Haute, Ind. (N2) Cincinnati, Ohio (N3) Kansas City, Mo.

F 25 F 26

1947-48: 22-11

D D D D D D D D 22 D 28 D 29 D 30 J 2 J J J J J J 28 J F 3 F 4 F F F F F F F F F M 1 M M -

HEAD COACH: Cam Henderson Morehead State H W 62-55 Cedarville W 80-30 Indiana State H L 37-62 Washington (Mo.) L 48-54 Hamline L 39-51 Beloit L 60-65 Kansas State L 52-82 Denver A L 56-69 Los Angeles Invitational West Texas State N1 W 56-55 Idaho N1 W 73-44 Syracuse N1 W 46-44 San Diego State A L 23-41 Baltimore H W 87-40 Indiana State A W 66-58 Evansville A W 65-60 Charleston (W.Va.) W 71-41 Concord W 88-53 Youngstown State H W 78-77 Wheaton College (Ill.) W 95-64 Murray State A L 53-65 Louisville A L 50-86 Kentucky Wesleyan A W 77-64 Akron H W 73-47 Charleston (W.Va.) W 62-47 W.Va. Wesleyan W 70-55 Salem International H W 74-72 Morehead State A W 66-60 Kentucky Wesleyan H W 75-50 Salem International A W 85-52 Concord W 78-62 Dayton H L 52-58 NAIB National Tournament Peru State (Neb.) N2 W 72-53 San Jose State N2 L 72-74++

(N1) Los Angeles, Calif. (N2) Kansas City, Mo. ++Double Overtime

1948-49: 16-12, 2-2 OVC

D 9 D 11 D 17 D 18 D 21 D 22 D 23 D 28 D 30 D 31

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HEAD COACH: Cam Henderson Milligan H W 70-50 Emporia State H W 90-47 NAIB Tournament Louisville* N1 L 64-73 Indiana State N1 W 66-65 Hardin-Simmons A W Texas Tech A L West Texas State A L Pepperdine A L Los Angeles Invitational Brigham Young N2 W Loyola Marymount (#13)N2 L

J 8 Indiana State H W 71-63 J 10 Dayton A L 55-67 J 14 Youngstown State H W 62-55 J 17 Murray State* H W 82-78 J 19 Morehead State* H L 62-64 J 22 Dayton H W 60-54 J 29 Salem International H W 75-60 F 2 Youngstown State A W 83-60 F 3 Akron A L 51-55 F 5 Salem International A W 70-59 F 9 Morehead State* A W 77-44 F 12 Kentucky Wesleyan A W 77-57 F 14 Indiana State A L 43-72 F 18 Kentucky Wesleyan H L 68-86 F 19 Xavier H L 50-53 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament F 22 Louisville A L 65-79

62-59 54-65 47-66 39-78 83-64 46-60

Dayton Mount Union

H H

W 60-57 W 75-47

(N1) Kansas City, Mo. (N2) Los Angeles, Calif. OVC Tourn: LOU in 1st Rd.

1949-50: 15-9, 5-4 OVC

HEAD COACH: Cam Henderson D 3 Concord W 84-45 D 10 Murray State* H W 60-57 D 17 Morehead State* H W 106-65 D 19 Youngstown State A W 71-64 D 23 Akron H W 94-81 D 27 Evansville* H W 83-71 D 31 Beloit H W 71-56 J 2 Beloit A L 48-67 J 3 Dayton A L 41-68 J 6 Youngstown State H L 76-81 J 7 Kentucky Wesleyan A W 105-54 J 14 Eastern Kentucky* H L 49-65 J 17 Morehead State* A W 62-59 J 21 Louisville (#19) H W 96-72 J 28 Tennessee Tech* H W 88-43 J 30 Kentucky Wesleyan H W 93-57 F 1 Murray State* A L 65-70 F 4 Dayton H W 81-74 F 10 Eastern Kentucky* A L 55-71 F 11 Tennessee Tech* A L 70-74 F 13 Louisville A L 66-74 F 18 Xavier H W 67-63 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament F 22 Eastern Kentucky N1 L+ 62-66 F 23 Murray State N1 W++ 68-64 (N1) Louisville, Ky. OVC Tourn: EKU in Semis; MSU in Consolation

1950-51: 13-13, 2-6 OVC

D 14 D 15

HEAD COACH: Cam Henderson Fairmont State H W 84-34 Geneva College H W 73-54 Brigham Young H L 57-70 Marshall Invitational Murray State* H L 54-73 Pepperdine H W 74-71

D 19 D 23 D 26 D 29 D 30 J 8 J 11 J 13 J 17 J 20 J 27 J 31 F 3 F 7 F 10

William & Mary Beloit Arkansas-Monticello Beloit Miami (Ohio) Ohio Charleston (W.Va.) Morehead State* Eastern Kentucky* Southern Miss Tennessee Tech* Evansville* Murray State* Charleston (W.Va.) Eastern Kentucky*

D 2 D 7 D 9

H A H H H H A H A H H A A H H

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

38-56 71-102 96-45 89-79 49-57 69-59 96-75 60-49 61-87 76-63 72-61 53-62 53-95 73-56 75-79

HEAD COACH: Cam Henderson D - Union College (Ky.) W 95-55 D 5 Ohio A L 61-71 D 8 Eastern Kentucky* A L 73-78 - - Texas A&M H W 46-40 D 15 Murray State* H L 68-77 - - W.Va. Wesleyan W 92-67 - - Akron H W 113-81 D 22 Miami (Ohio) H L 59-86 - - Wittenburg H W 89-61 - - Evansville* H W 88-78 - - Charleston (W.Va.) H W 85-70 - - Morehead State* H W 75-69 J 12 Wake Forest H W 76-68 J 17 Murray State* A L 63-89 - - Evansville* A W 78-72 - - Tennessee Tech* A W 59-56 F 2 Western Kentucky* A L 65-76 - - Charleston (W.Va.) A W 72-62 - - Morehead State* A L 53-54 F 12 W. Kentucky (#20)* H L 82-87 F 16 Eastern Kentucky* H L 68-77 Ohio Valley Conference Tournament F 21 Morehead State N1 W 74-61 F 22 Western Kentucky N1 L 74-89 F 28 Ohio H W 94-91 M 1 Miami (Ohio) A L 45-69 (N1) Louisville, Ky. OVC Tourn: MSU in 1st Rd; WKU in Semis

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H H H A H H A A H A H H

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

102-76 86-81 77-62 105-79 94-79 102-78 81-74 83-64 83-73 87-91 83-61 62-72 80-64 103-75 77-75 83-78

(N1) Kansas City, Mo.

1953-54: 12-9, 6-7 MAC

HEAD COACH: Cam Henderson D 5 W.Va. Wesleyan W 87-64 D 11 Memphis A L 85-104 D 12 Murray State A W 76-73 D 15 Ohio* H W 71-67 D 17 Georgetown (Ky.) W 80-71 J 2 Iona N1 W 93-81 J 6 Miami (Ohio)* H++ L100-107 J 9 Kent State* H W 102-78 J 12 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 86-80 J 16 Toledo* H L 69-76 J 23 Bowling Green* H W 91-88 F 4 Western Michigan* H W 70-61 F 6 Bowling Green* A L 70-100 F 8 Kent State* A L 61-67 F 13 Toledo* A L 74-92 F 15 Western Michigan* A W 90-88 F 20 Charleston (W.Va.) A W 101-92 F 23 Miami (Ohio)* A L 72-84 F 25 Ohio* A L 63-81 F 27 Indiana State A W 96-81 M 2 Case Western Reserve*H W 80-59 ++Double Overtime (N1) New York, N.Y. (Madison Square Garden)

1954-55: 18-4, 10-4 MAC

D 7 D 11 D 13 D 14 D 29 D 30 J 1 J 5 J 8 J 13 J 15 J 17 J 22 F 1 F 5

W W W W W W L

84-73 90-74 91-89 103-92 91-69 89-77 58-70

(N1) Fayetteville, W.Va.

1955-56: 18-5, 10-2 MAC

HEAD COACH: Jule Rivlin MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS NCAA TOURNAMENT D 8 Spring Hill H W 83-69 D 10 Washington & Lee H W 115-83 D 15 Ohio* H W 87-71 D 17 Western Michigan* A L 70-80 D - Morehead State H L 89-102 Fayetteville Invitational D 29 Boston College N1 W 130-69 D 30 Denver N1 W 79-78 J 4 J 7 J 12 J 14 - - - - - - F 10 F 11 F 20 F 22 - -

HEAD COACH: Cam Henderson Salem International H W 96-73 W.Va. Wesleyan W 115-85 Davis & Elkins W 123-62 Virginia Tech H W 113-57 Xavier A L 91-96 Washington (Mo.) W 60-50 NAIA Invitational Washburn N1 L 61-63 Morningside N1 W103-100 Memphis Murray State Morehead State Charleston (W.Va.) Southern Miss. Marietta College W.Va. Wesleyan Marietta College VMI Ohio Davis & Elkins Morehead State Charleston (W.Va.) Muskingum Ohio Xavier

Ohio* H Toledo* A Bowling Green* A Charleston (W.Va.) A Bowling Green* H Miami (Ohio)* H Case Western Reserve*H

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(N1) Fayetteville, Ind. (N2) Fort Wayne, Ind.

1952-53: 20-4

D D D D D 11 - -

F 9 F 12 F 14 F 17 F 20 F 22 F 26

HEAD COACH: Cam Henderson Republic of China H W 91-58 Case Western Reserve*A W 90-84 Northern Colorado H W 95-55 Ohio* A W 105-85 Virginia N1 W 103-98 Carnegie Mellon N1 W 101-82 Washington & Lee H W 89-79 Miami (Ohio)* A L 74-89 Western Michigan* H W 79-50 Xavier H W 82-59 Toledo* H W 68-56 Kent State* H W 86-59 Kent State* A L 73-92 Western Michigan* A L 75-89 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 108-94

1956-57: 15-9, 8-4 MAC

D 21 D 22

HEAD COACH: Jule Rivlin Spring Hill H W Morehead State H L St. Francis (Pa.) H W Western Michigan* H W Watauga Invitational Austin Peay N1 W East Tenn. State A L

D 29 J 3 J 5 J 9 J 12 J 14 J 16 J 19 J 26 J 30 F 2 F 7 F 9 F 14 F 16 F 23 F 27 M 2

Arizona State Miami (Ohio)* Charleston (W.Va.) Ohio* Toledo* Bowling Green* Morehead State* Kent State* Kent State* Ohio* Murray State Baldwin-Wallace Bowling Green* Charleston (W.Va.) Toledo* St. Francis (Pa.) Miami (Ohio)* Western Michigan*

D 8 D 10 D 12 D 15

H A H H A A A H A A H H H A H A H A

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

74-55 69-71 101-89 103-75 61-60 71-81 98-73 77-93 99-75 77-71 76-74 75-80 77-81 108-67 76-60 74-103 97-88 102-80 87-66 79-82 91-82 96-99 91-96 101-85

(N1) Johnson City, Tenn.

1957-58: 17-7, 9-3 MAC

D 13 D 14

HEAD COACH: Jule Rivlin Morehead State A W St. Francis (Pa.) A L Cincinnati Tournament St. Bonaventure N1 W Xavier N1 L

D 18 D 21 D 28 J 2 J 4 J 9 J 11 J 18 J 25 J 29 F 1 F 5 F 7 F 8 F 10 F 14 F 20 F 22 F 24 F 28

Miami (Ohio)* Charleston (W.Va.) Washington & Lee Morehead State Kent State* Charleston (W.Va.) Ohio* St. Francis (Pa.) Florida State Ohio* Bowling Green* Toledo* Xavier Bowling Green* Murray State Kent State* Toledo* Miami (Ohio)* Western Michigan* Western Michigan*

D 4 D 7

H H H H H A H H H A A A H H A A H A A H

85-77 78-86 87-68 68-70

L 97-106 W 113-86 W 97-73 L 80-93 W 69-49 W 99-88 W 81-78 W 100-96 W 109-68 W 98-89 W 76-74 L+ 70-72 W 99-87 W 101-87 L 92-98 W 70-52 W 92-69 L 73-82 W 93-80 W 86-69

(N1) Cinncinnati, Ohio +overtime

1958-59: 12-12, 6-6 MAC

D 1 D 6 D 8 D 11 D 13 D 16

HEAD COACH: Jule Rivlin St. Josephâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s (Ind.) H W Virginia Tech H W Eastern Kentucky H W Western Michigan* A W Cincinnati (#1) A L Miami (Ohio)* A L

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84-75 78-70 88-82 78-63 86-106 69-73


MARSHALL D 18 D 20 D 22 J 7 J 10 J 12 J 17 J 24 J 31 F 3 F 7 F 11 F 14 F 21 F 26 F 29 M 2 M 5

Pacific H W 96-71 St. Francis (Pa.) H L 72-74 Seattle (#16) H L 80-91 Ohio* H L 84-88 St. Francis (Pa.) H W 89-81 Virginia Tech N1 L 80-93 Western Michigan* H W 91-65 Kent State* H W 84-83 Kent State* A L 61-79 Morehead State A W 86-83 Bowling Green* H L+++ 85-88 Ohio* A W 75-73 Toledo* H W 86-74 St. Bonaventure (#18)N2 L 77-90 Morehead State H L 91-92 Bowling Green* A L 81-94 Toledo* A L 60-67 Miami (Ohio)* H W 90-79

(N1) Bluefield, Va. (N2) Buffalo, N.Y. +++ triple-overtime

92-65 61-102 82-76 82-90

D 14

HEAD COACH: Jule Rivlin St. Joseph’s (Ind.) H W Cincinnati (#1) A L Pepperdine H W Eastern Kentucky A L Watauga Invitational Virginia Tech N1 W

D 16 D 19 J 2 J 9 J 11 J 13 J 16 J 23 J 26 J 28 J 30 F 2 F 5 F 6 F 9 F 13 F 22 F 27

Miami (Ohio)* Western Michigan* St. Francis (Pa.) Kent State* Virginia Tech Ohio* Toledo (#18)* Western Michigan* Kent State* Western Kentucky St. Bonaventure Bowling Green* Portland Ohio (#18)* Miami (Ohio)* Toledo (#19)* Eastern Kentucky Bowling Green*

93-77 90-81 78-86 92-75 72-79 77-87 51-63 74-81 70-101 100-97 80-93 85-75 72-60 82-86 78-86 48-65 86-79 86-90

H H A H N2 H A A A H N3 H H A A H H A

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

85-80

(N1) Johnson City, Tenn. (N2) Bluefield, Va. (N3) Buffalo, N.Y.

1960-61: 11-13, 5-7 MAC

D D 5 D 8 D 10 D 14 D J 4 J 7 J 11 J 14 J 21 J J 28 - F 4 F 6 - F F 18 F 20 F 23 M 1 M M 4

HEAD COACH: Jule Rivlin Marietta College W Eastern Kentucky A L Clemson H W Miami (Ohio)* A L Ohio* H L George Washington H W Ohio* A L Kent State* H W Miami (Ohio)* H L Toledo* H L Western Michigan* A W Morehead State A L Bowling Green* A W Charleston (W.Va.) H W Western Michigan H W Western Kentucky A L St. Francis (Pa.) H W Morehead State H L Toledo* A L Bowling Green* H W Eastern Kentucky H L Kent State* A L St. Francis (Pa.) A W Cincinnati (#3) H L

78-59 67-84 82-65 57-64 53-71 78-76 79-88 73-72 68-71 55-60 76-69 68-70 64-58 106-87 93-68 77-100 91-70 74-78 66-79 67-60 58-70 81-83 78-76 57-69

1961-62: 10-13, 6-6 MAC

D D 5 D D 16 D 18 D 29 J 3 J 13 J 20 J 27 J 30 F 3 F 6 F 8 F 10 F 13 F 15 F 17 F 22 F 24 F 26 F 28 M 3

HEAD COACH: Jule Rivlin Marietta College W Ohio* H L St. Francis (Pa.) H L Cincinnati (#2) A L Miami (Ohio)* H L Western Kentucky H W Virginia H L Clemson H W Bowling Green* (#9) A L Kent State* H W Toledo* A L Western Michigan* H W Miami (Ohio)* A W Charleston (W.Va.) A W Bowling Green* (#8) H L Ohio* A W Loyola (Ill.) H L Western Michigan* A L Morehead State A L VMI H L Morehead State H L Kent State* A W Toledo* H W

68-66 57-68 80-86 49-77 57-77 89-84 63-65 90-75 55-68 81-61 58-60 89-76 67-59 89-83 70-73 77-72 80-88 74-78 75-80 65-76 69-85 79-77 89-83

1962-63: 7-16, 1-11 MAC

D 1 D 5 D 8 D 12 D 19 D 28

D 29

Charleston (W.Va.)

A

W 84-80

J 3 J 5 J 10 J 16 J 19 J 26 F 2 F 6 F 9 F 13 F 16 F 19 F 23 F 25 F 28 M 2

Loyola (Ill.) (#2) Toledo* Morehead State Charleston (W.Va.) Bowling Green* VMI Western Michigan* Kent State* Tampa Ohio* Kent State* Miami (Ohio)* Toledo* Bowling Green* St. Francis (Pa.) Western Michigan*

A H H H H H H A H A H A A A H A

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

George Stone was an All-MAC member in 1967 (first team) and 1968 (second team)

58-103 59-63 66-80 109-85 77-93 98-82 82-95 69-73 100-88 73-93 61-52 59-66 58-63 86-114 81-71 78-82

(N1) Charleston, W.Va.

1959-60: 10-13, 4-8 MAC

D 1 D 5 D 9 D 12

YEARLY RESULTS

HEAD COACH: Jule Rivlin Charleston (W.Va.) H L Morehead State A L Miami (Ohio)* H L Ohio* H L The Citadel H W Alpine Classic Penn State N1 L

72-76 69-81 48-67 71-72 71-69 65-75

1963-64: 6-17, 1-11 MAC

D 7 D 11 D 14 D 17 D 21 J 4 J 11 J 14 J 18 J 25 J 29 F 1 F 5 F 8 F 11 F 15 F 18 F 22 F 24 F 27 F 29 M 2 M 7

HEAD COACH: Ellis Johnson Charleston (W.Va.) H W 78-71 Eastern Kentucky A L 73-85 Ohio* H L 69-85 Morehead State A L 83-103 St. Francis (Pa.) A W 102-91 Toledo* (#9) H L 73-84 Miami (Ohio)* H L 60-75 Charleston (W.Va.) A L 81-90 Ohio Wesleyan H L 64-70 St. Francis (Pa.) H W 81-72 Kent State* A L 65-70 Western Michigan* H W 87-82 Ohio* A L 82-98 Eastern Kentucky H W 85-73 Miami (Ohio)* A L 55-95 Kent State* H L 74-76 Morehead State H L 102-110 Toledo* A L 83-112 Bowling Green* A L 87-106 Steubenville H W 71-56 Loyola (Ill.) (#10) A L 63-117 Western Michigan* A L 86-93 Bowling Green* H L 72-106

D 1 D 5 D 9 D 12 D 14 D 17 J 2 J 6 J 9 J 12 J 16 J 23 J 27 J 30 F 2 F 6 F 10 F 13 F 18 F 20 F 22 F 25 F 27 M 6

HEAD COACH: Ellis Johnson Steubenville A L 78-85 Charleston (W.Va.) H L 96-98 Eastern Kentucky A L 66-94 Ohio* H L 81-106 Miami (Ohio)* A L 90-114 The Citadel H L 84-96 W.Va. Wesleyan H W 93-74 Charleston (W.Va.) A W 109-76 Miami (Ohio)* H L 73-86 Loyola (Ill.) H L 90-98 Florida Southern H W 110-81 Morehead State A L 82-84 Kent State* A L 89-91 Western Michigan* H W 110-99 Morehead State H L 94-103 Toledo* H L 71-78 Ohio* A L 85-103 Kent State* H L 72-80 Steubenville H L 75-83 Toledo* A L 76-82 Bowling Green* A L 93-114 Eastern Kentucky H L 92-94 Western Michigan* A L 85-100 Bowling Green* H L 94-98

1964-65: 4-20, 1-11 MAC

1965-66: 12-12, 4-8 MAC

D 4 D 11 D 15 D 20 D 29 J 4 J 8 J 11 J 15 J 22 J 24 J 26 J 29 F 1 F 5 F 9 F 12 F 15 F 19 F 22 F 24 F 26 M 2 M 5

HEAD COACH: Ellis Johnson Charleston (W.Va.) H L 83-84 Eastern Kentucky H W 88-75 Kent State* A L 95-103 St. Francis (Pa.) N1 W 93-81 Richmond H W118-103 Ohio Wesleyan A W 101-70 Kent State* H W 104-87 Charleston (W.Va.) A W 82-79 Ohio* H W 79-68 Bowling Green* H L 83-90 Loyola (Ill.) (#9) A L 68-92 Miami (Ohio)* A L 57-74 Western Michigan* H W 89-80 Morehead State A L 79-94 Toledo* H L 69-70 Eastern Kentucky A L 86-93 Steubenville H W 94-82 Miami (Ohio)* H L 52-71 Toledo* A L 68-76 Ohio* A L 78-92 Morehead State H W 86-83 Western Michigan* A W 70-69 Bowling Green* A L 95-105 St. Francis (Pa.) H W 105-68

(N1) Pittsburgh, Pa. (Civic Arena)

1966-67: 20-8, 10-2 MAC

D 3 D 7 D 10 D 14 D 17 D 19 D 20 D 28 J 4 J 6

HEAD COACH: Ellis Johnson NIT 4TH PLACE FINISH Charleston (W.Va.) H W 110-87 Eastern Kentucky A W 99-88 Ohio* H W 70-68 Morehead State H L 77-84 Toledo* A L 91-103 Steubenville A W+ 85-81 St. Francis (Pa.) A L 67-73 Old Dominion H W105-103 Eastern Kentucky H W 112-83 Bowling Green* A W 79-74

J 8 J 11 J 14 J 21 J 25 J 28 F 4 F 6 F 8 F 11 F 18 F 22 F 25 M 4 M 9 M13 M16 M18

Charleston (W.Va.) A L 79-86 Ohio* A L 93-94 St. Francis (Pa.) H W 101-83 Loyola (Ill.) H W 97-81 Florida State A W 77-71 Western Michigan* H W 73-61 Toledo* H W 96-81 Morehead State A L++ 98-112 Kent State* A W 65-61 Bowling Green* H W 89-85 Miami (Ohio)* A W 66-61 Miami (Ohio)* H W 77-62 Western Michigan* A W 68-67 Kent State* H W+ 77-76 National Invitation Tournament Villanova N1 W+ 70-68 Nebraska N1 W 119-88 Marquette N1 L 78-83 Rutgers N1 L 76-93

(N1) New York, N.Y. (Madison Square Garden) + overtime ++ dbl-overtime

1967-68: 17-8, 9-3 MAC

HEAD COACH: Ellis Johnson NATIONAL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT D 2 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 83-69 D 5 Morehead State A W 79-78 D 13 Eastern Kentucky A L 73-76 D 16 Kent State* H W 81-65 Marshall Memorial Invitational D 20 Virginia H W 97-89 D 21 Manhattan H W 85-78 D 27 D 30 J 3 J 6 J 10 J 13 J 20 J 24 J 27 F 1 F 3 F 7 F 10 F 13 F 17 F 24 F 27 M 2 M14

Morehead State H L 82-83 Toledo* A L 87-101 Miami (Ohio)* H W 83-63 Bowling Green* A L 57-61 Charleston (W.Va.) A W 101-93 Ohio* H W 94-69 Eastern Kentucky H W 86-71 Ohio* A W 82-73 Western Michigan* H L 92-93 Houston (#1) N1 L 93-102 Bowling Green* H W 69-62 Miami (Ohio)* A W 69-68 Toledo* H W 93-89 Loyola (Ill.) A L 93-109 Northern Illinois H W 80-72 Western Michigan* A W 98-81 Old Dominion H W 131-91 Kent State* A W 90-75 National Invitation Tournament St. Peter’s N1 L++93-102

(N1) New York, N.Y. (Madison Square Garden) ++ dbl-overtime

1968-69: 9-15, 3-9 MAC

D 20 D 21

HEAD COACH: Ellis Johnson Charleston (W.Va.) H L 81-82 Morehead State H W 85-82 Eastern Kentucky A L 95-100 St. Peter’s H W 107-94 Morehead State A W 92-89 Marshall Memorial Invitational Maryland H L 80-89 Yale H W 77-72

D 28 J 4 J 6 J 11 J 13 J 18 J 21 J 25 J 30 F 1 F 5 F 8

Toledo* Miami (Ohio)* Charleston (W.Va.) Western Michigan* Northern Illinois East Carolina Loyola (Ill.) Bowling Green* Eastern Kentucky Ohio* Miami (Ohio)* Kent State*

N 30 D 7 D 11 D 14 D 17

A L 85-98 H L 70-78 A L 70-71 A L 78-100 A L 70-75 A L 82-85 H W 78-76 H W++++100-98 H W 81-79 H L 94-110 A L 55-83 H L 61-78

F 11 F 15 F 19 F 22 F 26

Western Michigan* Bowling Green* Toledo* Ohio* Kent State*

H A H A A

L L W L W

74-85 80-101 85-83 80-86 65-60

++++ four-overtime

1969-70: 9-14

D 19 D 20

HEAD COACH: Stewart Way Kansas A L 80-96 Duquesne (#11) A L 75-120 Pittsburgh A L 67-87 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 100-96 LaSalle H W 97-88 Marshall Memorial Invitational Oklahoma H L 79-80 NYU H W 94-93

D 27 J 3 J 10 J 14 J 17 J 24 J 28 J 31 F 4 F 7 F 11 F 14 F 18 F 21 F 25 F 28

Morehead State Miami (Ohio) Western Michigan Manhattan Charleston (W.Va.) Bowling Green Morehead State Toledo Miami (Ohio) Kent State Ohio Bowling Green Ohio St. Peter’s Kent State Western Michigan

D 1 D 5 D 6 D 10 D 13

H A H H A A A H H A H H A N1 H A

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

85-77 54-61 83-75 87-79 93-99 78-94 78-88 81-88 67-71 70-78 93-88 82-83 86-100 80-96 71-66 125-98

(N1) New York, N.Y. (Madison Square Garden)

1970-71: 16-10

D 18 D 19

HEAD COACH: Stewart Way Presbyterian College H W 91-59 UC-Riverside H W 98-89 St. Peter’s A W 94-93 LaSalle A L 75-76 Morehead State A W 73-70 Marshall Memorial Invitational Iowa State H W 90-66 Mississippi H W 118-98

D 30 J 2 J 6 J 9 J 14 J 16 J 23 J 30 F 3 F 6 F 10 F 13 F 16 F 20 F 23 F 25 M 1 M 5 M 6

Morehead State East Carolina Charleston (W.Va.) Western Michigan Toledo Charleston (W.Va.) Bowling Green Purdue Ohio Samford Toledo Bowling Green Ohio Miami (Ohio) Miami (Fla.) Cleveland State St. Francis (Pa.) George Washington Miami (Ohio)

D 2 D 3 D 5 D 12 D 15

H H H A A A H A A H H A H A A H H A H

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

96-86 107-79 119-76 82-89 69-71 87-75 80-64 74-79 80-87 107-85 88-66 99-112 84-86 74-75 88-89 101-76 112-86 106-85 78-81

1971-72: 23-4

D 4 D 8 D 11 D 13 D 17 D 18 D 20

HEAD COACH: Carl Tacy NCAA TOURNAMENT Final Ranking: 12th AP, 18th UPI South Dakota H W 104-70 St. Peter’s H W 106-71 George Washington H W 97-73 Morehead State A W 105-82 Marshall Memorial Invitational Mississippi State H W 95-69 St. John’s (#8) H W110-107 Maine H W 100-68 Milwaukee Classic

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WE ARE...

YEARLY RESULTS D 27 D 28 D 30 J 6 J 9 J 12 J 15 J 19 J 22 J 29 F 3 F 5 F 8 F 12 F 16 F 19 F 21 F 29 M 2 M11

Wisconsin N1 W 85-83 Marquette (#2) A L 72-74 Ohio H W 88-81 Morehead State H L 98-103 Western Michigan H W 102-77 DePauw H W 102-76 Charleston (W.Va.) A W 88-69 Miami (Ohio) H W 81-63 Bowling Green A W 103-80 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 78-68 Cleveland State H W 102-70 LIU N2 W 70-61 Samford A W 92-79 Bowling Green H W 91-67 Ohio A W 95-76 UNC-Charlotte A W 89-69 St. Francis (Pa.) A W 95-80 UNC-Charlotte H W 76-59 Miami (Ohio) A L 71-77 NCAA Midwest Regional First Round Louisiana-Lafayette (#9)N3 L 101-112

(N1) Milwaukee, Wis. (N2) New York, N.Y. (Madison Square Garden) (N3) Las Cruces, N.M. +overtime ++ dbl-overtime

1972-73: 20-7

HEAD COACH: Bob Daniels NATIONAL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT D 2 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 85-70 D 5 UNC-Charlotte H W 74-59 Bayou Classic D 8 UTEP N1 W 64-62 D 9 Louisiana-Lafayette(#10) A L 84-98 D 12 D 15 D 16 D 22 D 30 J 3 J 6 J 10 J 13 J 17 J 20 J 24 J 29 J 31 F 3 F 7 F 10 F 17 F 22 F 24 F 26 M 1 M18

Cleveland State A W 79-72 Marshall Memorial Invitational Baylor H W 82-72 Princeton H W 78-64 Morehead State H W 74-71 Western Michigan A L++ 70-72 Oral Roberts H L 76-81 Eastern Kentucky H W 83-72 Bowling Green A L 87-92 Central Michigan H W 99-91 Miami (Ohio) H W 90-70 Charleston (W.Va.) A W 95-72 Morehead State A L 80-81 North Carolina A&T H W 85-66 South Carolina A L 71-88 Eastern Kentucky A W 100-76 Miami (Ohio) A W 68-59 Oral Roberts A W+106-103 St. Francis (Pa.) H W 116-79 UNC Charlotte A W 69-65 Stetson A W 86-67 Florida State A W 71-59 Samford H W 77-65 National Invitation Tournament Fairfield N2 L 76-80

(N1) Lafayette, La. (N2) New York, N.Y. (Madison Square Garden) +overtime ++ dbl-overtime

1973-74: 17-9

D 21 D 22

HEAD COACH: Bob Daniels Western Carolina H W 91-76 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 84-69 Morehead State H W+ 84-80 North Carolina A&T H W 96-85 Marshall Memorial Invitational Northwestern H W 59-58 George Washington H W 81-62

D 29 J 5 J 12 J 16 J 19 J 21 J 23 J 30 F 2 F 4 F 6 F 9 F 11 F 12 F 16 F 20 F 23 F 27 M 2 M 4

East Carolina Eastern Kentucky Charleston (W.Va.) DePaul Steubenville Stetson Duquesne Illinois State Central Michigan Eastern Kentucky Western Michigan West Florida Rhode Island George Washington St. Francis (Pa.) Old Dominion Fairfield Morehead State DePaul Canisius

D 1 D 8 D 10 D 17

N1 H A A H H H A A A H H N2 A A H N3 A H H

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

92-81 63-60 73-64 68-76 54-39 66-58 78-75 80-103 76-90 77-83 49-67 88-51 63-83 63-57 73-66 79-72 63-86 71-77 80-83 71-64

(N1) Charleston, W.Va. (N2) Providence, R.I. (N3) New York, N.Y. (Madison Square Garden) + overtime

1974-75: 13-13

N 30 D 5 D 7 D 9 D 13 D 14 D 21 D 28

70

HEAD COACH: Bob Daniels Capital H W 67-54 Stetson A L 58-73 Florida State A L 63-90 Morehead State H W 80-69 Marshall Memorial Invitational LIU H W 90-79 Oral Roberts H W 82-73 Eastern Kentucky H W 102-89 DePaul A L 77-104

J 8 J 11 J 14 J 18 J 22 J 25 J 29 F 1 F 5 F 8 F 13 F 15 F 18 F 22 F 24 F 26 M 1 M 3

Eastern Kentucky George Washington Howard Old Dominion Illinois State South Carolina (#13) DePaul Charleston (W.Va.) Fairleigh Dickinson Canisius Duquesne Rhode Island Charleston (W.Va.) Jacksonville Samford Morehead State UW-Milwaukee Akron

A H H A H A H A H A A H H A A A H H

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

78-79 77-66 77-68 63-80 77-80 75-93 107-96 90-63 54-44 69-86 72-83 90-85 98-87 68-72 85-94 72-73 62-56 61-87

The 1971-72 Thundering Herd

1975-76: 13-14

N 29 D 2 D 6 D 9 D 12 D 13 D 20

HEAD COACH: Bob Daniels Baldwin Wallace H W 70-50 Eastern Kentucky H W 75-71 Austin Peay H W 79-77 Western Carolina H W 103-94 Marshall Memorial Invitational Xavier H L+ 77-78 Fordham H W 86-72

D 29 D 30

Austin Peay A L 79-96 Tangerine Bowl Classic Stetson N1 L 85-91 East Carolina N1 L 67-70

J 3 J 7 J 10 J 12 J 14 J 17 J 22 J 24 J 26 J 28 J 31 F 5 F 7 F 9 F 14 F 20 F 25 F 28

Louisiana-Lafayette Temple Morehead State Stetson Ohio Charleston (W.Va.) Morehead State Virginia Tech (#20) Illinois State LIU Old Dominion Charleston (W.Va.) Fairleigh Dickinson Eastern Kentucky DePaul Roanoke Middle Tenn. State Jacksonville

H A A H A A H A A H H H H A A H H H

W 90-74 W 89-83 W+ 88-87 L 68-75 L 60-74 W 90-61 L 80-87 L 82-108 L 64-83 W 83-82 L 71-76 W 74-64 W 58-52 L 78-104 L 62-118 W 86-78 L 82-99 L 54-64

(N1) Winter Park, Fla. + overtime

1976-77: 8-19

D 17 D 18

HEAD COACH: Bob Daniels Otterbein H W 79-76 North Carolina (#9) A L 70-90 Morehead State H L 80-96 Marshall Memorial Invitational Columbia H W 79-78 Idaho State H W+ 98-88 Toledo Inaugural Tournament Mississippi N1 L 63-65 Eastern Kentucky N1 L 93-97

D 20 D 30 J 4 J 6 J 8 J 12 J 15 J 22 J 26 J 29 J 31 F 2 F 5 F 7 F 10 F 16 F 21 F 24 F 28 M 3

Bowling Green H L+ 88-95 Appalachian State H W+ 84-79 Louisiana-Lafayette A L 70-103 Stetson A L 53-74 Jacksonville A L 91-96 Ohio H W 79-71 Louisville (#13) A L 85-105 Charleston (W.Va.) A W 69-67 Virginia Tech H L 81-84 Old Dominion A L 87-105 The Citadel A W 82-73 Middle Tenn. State A L 87-94 Illinois State H L 91-103 VMI N2 L 90-97 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 76-73 Eastern Kentucky A L 79-81 DePaul H L 74-93 Detroit (#16) A L 86-122 Morehead State A L 83-88 UNC Charlotte H L 80-84

N 27 D 1 D 4 D 10 D 11

(N1) Toledo, Ohio (N2) Roanoke, Va. + overtime

1977-78: 14-15, 8-5 SoCON

N 26 N 28 D 3 D 5

HEAD COACH: Stu Aberdeen Robert Morris H W Ohio State A L Morehead State A W Charleston (W.Va.) H L

D 9 D 10

Marshall Memorial Invitational Oklahoma State H L 87-99 Southern Illinois H L 62-66

D 17 D 20 D 30 J 4 J 7 J 9 J 11 J 14 J 17 J 21 J 23 J 28

Davidson* Morehead State Detroit (#20) Davidson* Furman* Jacksonville Ohio The Citadel* VMI* Western Carolina* Appalachian State* Furman*

H H H A A H A H A H A H

97-80 65-81 87-81 71-74

W 108-80 W+ 95-89 L 84-89 W 87-64 L 77-102 W 102-80 L 56-68 W+ 85-81 L 71-79 W 95-88 W 88-72 W 69-60

J 30 UT-Chattanooga* H W 115-91 F 1 Louisville (#9) H L 69-85 F 4 The Citadel* A L 57-74 F 6 Western Carolina* A L 52-54 F 11 UNC Charlotte A L 71-82 F 13 VMI* H W 88-71 F 18 UT-Chattanooga* A L 85-88 F 20 West Virginia A L 73-80 Southern Conference Championship F 25 Western Carolina H W 64-56 M 3 VMI N1 W 76-71 M 4 Furman N1 L 53-69 (N1) Roanoke, Va. SoCon Tourn: WCU in 1st Rd; VMI in Semis; FU in Finals + overtime

1978-79: 11-16, 5-8 SoCON

N 25 N 27 D 2 D 6 D 9 D 11 D 16 D 18 D 22 D 29 D 30

HEAD COACH: Stu Aberdeen Charleston (W.Va.) H W 85-74 Morehead State H W 87-77 East Tenn. State H W 88-76 West Virginia A L 73-79 Appalachian State* A L 56-81 Ohio Wesleyan H W114-108 Furman* H L 61-74 Detroit A L 61-92 Rio Grande H W 117-90 West Virginia Classic Duquesne N1 L 83-88 West Virginia A L 71-73

J 6 Charleston (W.Va.) A L 39-53 J 8 Louisville (#16) A L 64-112 J 13 The Citadel* H L 57-58 J 15 Davidson* H W 85-74 J 20 Western Carolina* A W 69-54 J 22 UT-Chattanooga* H L+ 70-72 J 27 Appalachian State* H L 66-78 J 29 Morehead State A L 95-101 J 31 Ohio H W 94-81 F 3 UT-Chattanooga* H W 70-63 F 5 VMI* H L 58-66 F 10 Western Carolina* H W 80-68 F 14 VMI* A W 88-66 F 17 Furman* A L 61-71 F 19 The Citadel* A L 69-75 Southern Conference Championship F 24 Western Carolina A L 50-67 (N1) Morgantown, W.Va. SoCon Tourn: WCU in 1st Rd + overtime

1979-80: 17-12, 10-6 SoCON D 1 D 3 D 6 D 8 D 10 D 15 D 17 D 20 D 28 D 29

HEAD COACH: Bob Zuffelato Charleston (W.Va.) H L 69-78 Morehead State A W 65-64 Wilmington College H W 96-70 CCNY H W 109-69 Ohio H W 76-71 VMI* A W 60-58 Davidson* H W 115-97 Appalachian State* H W 74-65 West Virginia Classic Columbia N1 W 88-78 West Virginia A L 61-71

J 2 West Virginia N2 L+ 62-63 J 5 East Tenn. State* A W 76-62 J 8 Detroit H L 77-101 J 12 VMI* H L 63-75 J 14 East Tenn. State* H W 67-62 J 17 South Carolina A L 66-106 J 19 Western Carolina* A L 67-76 J 21 Davidson* A L 53-81 J 26 The Citadel* H W 68-59 J 28 Furman* H W 83-67 F 2 UT-Chattanooga* A L 54-64 F 4 Appalachian State* A L 41-47 F 9 Western Carolina* H W 86-75 F 11 UT-Chattanooga* H W 67-55 F 16 Furman* A L 57-61 F 18 The Citadel* A W 78-74 Southern Conference Championship F 23 The Citadel H W 100-66 F 29 Appalachian State N3 W 91-76 M 1 Furman N3 L 62-80 (N1) Morgantown, W.Va. (N2) Charleston, W.Va.

(N3) Roanoke, Va. SoCon Tourn: CIT in 1st Rd; ASU in Semis; FU in Finals + overtime

1980-81: 18-10, 8-8 SoCON

N 28 D 1 D 6 D 8 D 13 D 15 D 20 D 22 D 29 D 30

HEAD COACH: Bob Zuffelato Charleston (W.Va.) A W 74-54 South Carolina H W 116-85 West Virginia A W+ 76-73 Davidson* H L++ 73-79 Ohio Wesleyan H W 95-69 Morehead State H W 95-85 Pitt-Johnstown H W 109-87 Ohio A W 65-59 Maryland Invitational Maryland (#9) A L 89-114 Bowling Green N1 W 87-85

J 3 VMI* H W 99-81 J 5 Appalachian State* H W 58-52 J 10 Davidson* A L 76-104 J 12 UT-Chattanooga* A L 79-95 J 17 East Tenn. State* H W 78-66 J 19 Furman* H W 98-80 J 24 Appalachian State* A L 56-75 J 26 VMI* A W 63-53 J 31 The Citadel* H W 76-60 F 2 Western Carolina* H W 82-74 F 7 East Tenn. State* A L 75-76 F 9 Western Carolina* A L 78-80 F 14 UT-Chattanooga* H L 77-89 F 16 Liberty University H W 75-63 F 19 Furman* A L 90-92 F 23 The Citadel* A W 87-79 Southern Conference Championship F 28 Davidson A W 90-77 M 6 Appalachian State N2 L 62-77 (N1) College Park, Md. (N2) Roanoke, Va. SoCon Tourn: DAV in 1st Rd; ASU in Semis + overtime ++ dbl-overtime

1981-82: 16-11, 8-8 SoCON

D 29 D 30

HEAD COACH: Bob Zuffelato Army H W 71-53 Armstrong Atlantic St. H W 100-91 West Virginia H W 91-78 Marshall Memorial Invitational Vermont H W 83-81 Oklahoma State H W 67-65 Furman H W 84-74 Michigan State A L 82-101 Ohio Wesleyan H W 99-71 Lobo Invitational New Mexico A L 70-86 Pennsylvania N1 W 65-64

J 4 J 7 J 9 J 11 J 16 J 18 J 23 J 30 F 1 F 6 F 8 F 11 F 13 F 15 F 20 F 22

VMI* Davidson* Appalachian State* East Tenn. State* The Citadel* Western Carolina* Davidson* Furman* The Citadel* UT-Chattanooga* East Tenn. State* VMI* Campbell Appalachian State* Western Carolina* UT-Chattanooga*

N 27 N 30 D 5 D 11 D 12 D 15 D 19 D 22

H A A A H H H A A H H A H H A A

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

90-63 67-65 60-65 87-95 74-61 72-74 59-61 77-100 62-77 68-83 98-96 103-67 105-66 61-49 92-83 82-100

Southern Conference Championship F 27 East Tenn. State A L 92-110 (N1) Albuquerque, N.M. SoCon Tourn: ETSU in 1st Rd

1982-83: 20-8, 13-3 SoCON

N 27 N 29 D 4 D 10 D 11

HEAD COACH: Bob Zuffelato St. Francis (N.Y.) H W 83-59 Brooklyn College H W 74-54 West Virginia A L 82-95 Marshall Memorial Invitational Brown H W 74-65 Texas A&M H W+ 60-58

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The Henderson Center opened in the fall of 1981. D 18 Marquette A L 72-79 D 21 Cincinnati A L+ 81-88 D 28 CCNY H W 113-54 D 30 Eastern Michigan H W 71-68 J 3 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 83-50 J 8 VMI* H W 95-64 J 13 Stetson H L 65-68 J 15 The Citadel* A W 71-70 J 17 Furman* A W 70-54 J 22 Appalachian State* A W 95-76 J 27 UT-Chattanooga* H W 73-67 J 29 Western Carolina* H W 82-77 J 31 Davidson* A W 81-73 F 3 East Tenn. State* H L 73-75 F 5 UT-Chattanooga* A L 71-88 F 7 Western Carolina* A W 93-88 F 17 East Tenn. State* A L 82-86 F 21 VMI* A W 110-91 F 24 The Citadel* H W 69-61 F 25 Appalachian State* H W 83-69 M 2 Furman* H W 78-69 M 5 Davidson H W 68-56 Southern Conference Championship M10 Furman N1 L 60-67 (N1) Charleston, W.Va. SoCon Tourn: FU in 1st Rd + overtime

1983-84: 25-6, 13-3 SoCON

HEAD COACH: Rick Huckabay NCAA TOURNAMENT SOUTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS N 29 Eastern Michigan A W 77-65 D 3 West Virginia H W 78-67 Marshall Memorial Invitational D 9 New Hampshire H W 99-72 D 10 TCU H W 90-67 D 13 D 15 D 22 D 28 D 30

Ohio Wesleyan H Morehead State A Cincinnati H Rebel Classic Georgetown (#5) N1 Clemson N1

W 112-83 L 78-81 W 77-50 L 71-82 W 63-61

J 3 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 92-59 J 7 Furman* A W 93-74 J 9 The Citadel* A L 76-84 J 11 VMI* H W 79-53 J 14 UT-Chattanooga* H W 91-89 J 16 Furman* H W 80-61 J 21 East Tenn. State* H W 100-82 J 23 Appalachian State* A L+ 83-84 J 28 Western Carolina* H W 82-70 F 1 Marquette H W 68-67 F 4 UT-Chattanooga* A W 75-67 F 6 East Tenn. State* A W 65-63 F 11 Davidson* H W 80-69 F 13 Appalachian State* H W 84-77 F 16 VMI* A W 99-61 F 18 The Citadel* H W 85-71 F 23 Western Carolina* A L+100-102 F 25 Davidson* A W 66-65 Southern Conference Championship M 2 Davidson N2 W 78-68 M 3 Appalachian State N2 W 97-67 M 4 UT-Chattanooga N2 W++111-107

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NCAA Mideast Regional First Round Villanova N3 L 72-84

(N1) Las Vegas, Nev. (N2) Asheville, N.C. (N3) Milwaukee, Wis. SoCon Tourn: DAV in 1st Rd; ASU in Semis; UTC in Finals

NCAA Tourn: No. 10 MU vs No. 7 Vâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;nova + overtime ++ dbl-overtime

1984-85: 21-13, 12-4 SoCON

HEAD COACH: Rick Huckabay NCAA TOURNAMENT SOUTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS N 24 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 93-80 Hawaii Tip-Off Tournament N 29 Samford N1 L 62-66 N 30 New Orleans N1 W 98-78 D 1

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W 106-62

D 8 D 10 D 14 D 15

West Virginia A L 77-89 Fresno State A L 58-63 Marshall Memorial Invitational Georgia Southern H W 70-69 Louisiana Tech H L 63-69

D 17 Ohio H L 71-76 D 22 Morehead State H W 79-73 D 28 Eastern Michigan H L 62-63 J 2 Delaware State H W 90-62 J 5 VMI* H L 54-58 J 7 East Tenn. State* A W 62-57 J 9 Lamar H L 67-75 J 12 UT-Chattanooga* H L+ 63-64 J 14 Appalchian State* A W 76-57 J 19 Davidson* A W+ 80-74 J 21 Western Carolina* H W 83-69 J 23 New Orleans A L 74-78 J 26 Furman* H W 67-60 J 28 VMI* A W 65-63 J 30 The Citadel* A L+ 87-92 F 4 Furman* A W 90-62 F 7 Appalachian State* H W 93-82 F 9 The Citadel* H W 75-62 F 14 East Tenn. State* H W 81-59 F 16 Davidson* H W 65-63 F 21 UT-Chattanooga* A L 73-80 F 25 Western Carolina* A W 78-68 Southern Conference Championship M 1 Davidson N2 W 83-71 M 2 The Citadel N2 W 79-68 M 3 VMI N2 W 70-65

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NCAA West Regional First Round VCU (#11) N3 L

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(N1) Honolulu, Hawaii (N2) Asheville, N.C. (N3) Albuquerque, N.M. SoCon Tourn: DAV in 1st Rd; CIT in Semis; VMI in Finals NCAA Tourn: No. 15 MU vs No. 2 VCU + overtime

1985-86: 19-11, 10-6 SoCON N 23 N 29 N 30 D 3 D 7 D 9 D 13 D 14

HEAD COACH: Rick Huckabay Charleston (W.Va.) A L 73-94 Hawaii Pacific Tournament Oklahoma (#13) N1 L 70-81 Hawaii Pacific N1 W 77-71 Ohio A L 79-85 West Virginia H W 64-60 Louisiana Tech A L 71-72 Marshall Memorial Invitational Austin Peay H W 85-69 Arkansas-Little Rock H W 79-76

D 16 Eastern Michigan A W 72-65 D 20 Fresno State H W 55-44 D 31 Morehead State H W 76-58 J 4 New Orleans H W 91-78 J 8 Charleston (W.Va.) H W106-100 J 11 Appalachian State* H W 69-67 J 13 East Tenn. State* A L 63-75 J 16 VMI* A W 84-82 J 18 The Citadel* H W 90-70 J 20 Furman* A W 68-58 J 25 UT-Chattanooga* H L 74-81 J 27 Western Carolina* H W 82-74 J 30 VMI* H W 85-77 F 1 East Tenn. State* H W 96-76 F 3 Davidson* A L 68-81 F 8 Furman* A L 81-82 F 10 The Citadel* A W 85-78 F 15 Western Carolina* A L 69-84 F 17 UT-Chattanooga* A L 67-81 F 22 Davidson* H W 66-57 F 24 Appalchian State* A W 60-59 Southern Conference Championship F 28 East Tenn. State N1 L 80-82 (N1) Honolulu, Hawaii (N2) Asheville, N.C. SoCon Tourn: ETSU in 1st Rd + overtime

1986-87: 25-6, 15-1 SoCON HEAD COACH: Rick Huckabay NCAA TOURNAMENT

D 10 Ohio H W 78-68 D 18 Florida A&M H W 90-85 D 20 Middle Tenn. State H W 87-85 D 22 Sam Houston State H W 85-65 D 27 West Virginia A L 67-69 D 30 Baylor A L 69-73 J 3 Nevada H W 86-84 J 10 Appalachian State* H W 85-72 J 12 East Tenn. State* H W 81-62 J 15 VMI* A W 83-71 J 17 The Citadel* A W 72-69 J 19 Furman* A W 76-72 J 24 UT-Chattanooga* H W 94-81 J 26 Western Carolina* A W 75-69 J 29 VMI* H W 104-77 J 31 East Tenn. State* A W 86-72 F 2 Davidson* H W 76-67 F 7 Furman* H W 82-61 F 9 The Citadel* H W 96-92 F 11 Morehead State A W 81-73 F 14 Western Carolina* H W 104-78 F 16 UT-Chattanooga* A L 78-82 F 21 Davidson* A W 96-90 F 23 Appalachian State* A W+ 75-69 Southern Conference Championship F 27 Appalachian State N1 W 76-61 F 28 Furman N1 W 77-64 M 1 Davidson N1 W+ 66-64

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NCAA East Regional First Round TCU (#19) N2 L

60-76

(N1) Asheville, N.C. (N2) Charlotte, N.C. SoCon Tourn: ASU in 1st Rd; FU in Semis; DAV in Finals NCAA Tourn: No. 13 MU vs No. 4 TCU + overtime

1987-88: 24-8, 14-2 SoCON

HEAD COACH: Rick Huckabay NATIONAL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT SOUTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Marshall Memorial Invitational D 4 Youngstown State H W 79-65 D 5 Eastern Kentucky H W 62-61 D 7 D 11 D 12

Ohio A W 91-77 Early Season Tournament Idaho N1 W 65-58 Hartford N1 W 78-74

D 19 Baylor H W 79-68 D 22 Middle Tenn. State A L 80-91 D 27 West Virginia H W 82-72 D 30 Kent State H W 82-67 J 2 Nevada A L 76-77 J 4 Pepperdine A L 90-99 J 9 Morehead State A W 89-87 J 11 Virginia Tech A L 74-90 J 16 Appalachian State* A W 88-80 J 18 East Tenn. State* A L 74-84 J 21 VMI* A W 64-62 J 23 The Citadel* H W 87-67 J 25 Furman* H W 88-68 J 30 UT-Chattanooga* A W+ 95-94 F 1 Western Carolina* H W 103-74 F 4 VMI* H W+ 95-91 F 6 East Tenn. State* H W 77-72 F 8 Davidson* A L 76-79 F 13 Furman* A W+ 70-69 F 15 The Citadel* H W 105-78 F 20 Davidson* H W 83-71 F 22 Appalachian State* H W 101-72 F 27 Western Carolina* H W 86-73 F 29 UT-Chattanooga* H W 93-77 Southern Conference Championship M 4 The Citadel N2 W 121-78 M 5 UT-Chattanooga N2 L 70-71 National Invitation Tournament M16 VCU H L 80-81 (N1) Honolulu, Hawaii (N2) Asheville, N.C. SoCon Tourn: CIT in 1st Rd; UTC in Semis + overtime

1988-89: 15-15, 6-8 SoCON

N 25 N 30 D 14 D 16 D 17 D 19 D 21 D 28

HEAD COACH: Rick Huckabay Austin Peay A L 97-108 South Alabama H W 111-110 Ohio H W 104-93 UK Invitation Tournament Arkansas State N1 L 73-81 Kentucky A L 78-91

D 30 D 31

Charleston (W.Va.) H Pepperdine H Southern Miss A TCBY Classic Northwestern (La.) N2 Ark.-Little Rock A

W 101-91 L 79-89

J 4 J 7 J 9 J 14 J 16 J 21 J 23

Virginia Tech Morehead State VMI* UT-Chattanooga* Western Carolina* The Citadel* Furman*

W108-104 W 87-74 L 61-65 L 75-99 W 64-57 W 62-53 L 69-77

H H H A A H H

W 122-84 L 69-85 W 103-97

J 28 Appalachian State* A W 83-76 J 30 East Tenn. State* A L 84-101 F 4 VMI* A L 63-65 F 9 West Virginia (#15) N3 L 73-81 F 11 Western Carolina* H W 79-73 F 12 UT-Chattanooga* H L 78-79 F 18 Furman* A L 86-94 F 20 The Citadel* A L 80-100 F 25 East Tenn. State* H W 97-88 F 27 Appalachian State* H W 97-96 Southern Conference Championship M 3 Appalachian State N4 W 83-69 M 4 Furman N4 W 91-68 M 5 East Tenn. State N4 L 73-96 (N1) Lexington, Ky. (N2) Little Rock, Ark. (N3) Charleston, W.Va. (N4) Asheville, N.C. SoCon Tourn: ASU in 1st Rd; FU in Semis; ETSU in Finals

1989-90: 15-13, 9-5 SoCON

N 24 N 25

HEAD COACH: Dana Altman Investors Classic Army N1 W 81-74 Virginia A L 63-83

N 27 Virginia Tech A W 77-73 Key Centurion Marshall Memorial Classic D 1 District of Columbia H W 111-62 D 2 Colorado State H W 65-58 D 5 West Virginia A L 56-74 D 7 Texas A&M A W 69-66 D 9 Ohio A L 63-72 D 16 Cleveland State H L 71-84 D 18 Southern Miss H L 74-76 D 29 South Alabama A L 75-78 J 2 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 86-62 J 6 Austin Peay H L+ 78-79 J 8 VMI* H W 72-68 J 13 UT-Chattanooga* H W+ 86-83 J 15 Western Carolina* H W 86-60 J 20 The Citadel* A L 52-64 J 22 Furman* A W 78-55 J 27 Appalachian State* H W 82-75 J 29 East Tenn. State* H L 88-99 F 3 VMI* A L+ 77-82 F 10 Western Carolina* A W 74-62 F 12 UT-Chattanooga* A W 69-60 F 17 Furman* H W 88-79 F 19 The Citadel* H W 91-85 F 24 East Tenn. State* A L+ 74-84 F 26 Appalachian State* A L 69-82 Southern Conference Championship M 2 Furman N2 L+ 77-82 (N1) Charlottesville, Va. (N2) Asheville, N.C. SoCon Tourn: FU in 1st Rd + overtime

1990-91: 14-14, 7-7 SoCON

HEAD COACH: Dwight Freeman N 24 Wyoming A L+ 91-96 N 26 Colorado State A L 49-79 Key Centurion Marshall Memorial Classic N 30 Mercer H W 92-64 D 1 Robert Morris H W+ 93-90 D 4 D 6 D 8 D 13 D 15 D 20 D 27 D 28

West Virginia H Pittsburgh (#11) A Penn State A Ohio H Cleveland State A Virginia (#19) H Hoosier Classic Indiana (#5) N1 North Texas N1

W L L W W L

97-80 75-105 72-79 70-68 81-79 60-74

J 3 J 5 J 7 J 12 J 14 J 19 J 21 J 26 J 28 F 2 F 4 F 9 F 11 F 16 F 23 F 25

Virginia Tech H L 89-92 The Citadel* A W 90-81 Furman* A L 72-75 UT-Chattanooga* H L 72-77 Western Carolina* H L 91-93 VMI* A W 77-71 District of Columbia A W 90-71 Appalachian State* A L 82-90 East Tenn. State* (#12) A L 88-99 Furman* H L 63-88 The Citadel* H W 90-78 Western Carolina* A W 90-77 UT-Chattanooga* A W 81-77 VMI* H L 95-96 East Tenn. State* (#13) H W+107-103 Appalachian State* H W 96-86

L 67-91 W 81-78

(N1) Indianapolis, Ind. + overtime

1991-92: 7-22, 3-11 SoCON

HEAD COACH: Dwight Freeman N 25 District of Columbia H W 87-79 D 2 Robert Morris A L 61-85 Key Centurion Marshall Memorial Classic D 6 Oral Roberts H L 62-92 D 7 Wyoming H W 91-86 D 14 Ohio A L 64-75 D 16 Wofford H W+ 84-79 D 19 Pittsburgh H L 65-89 Palm Beach Classic D 27 Miami (Fla.) N1 L 55-70 D 29 Penn State N1 L 64-78 J 11 J 13

UT-Chattanooga* Western Carolina*

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YEARLY RESULTS SoCon Tourn: ASU in Qtrs

1995-96: 17-11, 8-6 SoCON

HEAD COACH: Billy Donovan N 25 Milligan H W 124-71 N 28 UT-Chattanooga* A W 95-86 D 2 Kansas State A L 88-106 D 8 Morehead State A W 92-85 D 10 Butler H L 92-102 D 15 Louisiana-Lafayette H W 77-70 D 19 Kentucky (#4) N1 L 99-118 D 23 Radford H W 101-73 J 3 Nevada A L 83-92 J 6 Hampton H W 123-95 J 13 Appalachian State* A L 87-89 J 15 VMI* H W 78-71 J 18 West Virginia N2 W 91-87 J 20 East Tenn. State* A L+ 76-82 J 22 UT-Chattanooga* H W 86-69 J 27 Davidson* H L 57-106 J 29 Furman* A W 95-71 F 3 The Citadel* H W 98-54 F 5 Western Carolina* A L 104-125 F 10 Georgia Southern* A W 71-52 F 12 Jacksonville State H W 111-90 F 14 Appalachian State* H W 95-64 F 17 VMI* A L 94-103 F 19 East Tenn. State* H W 111-84 F 24 Davidson* A L 77-83 F 26 Georgia Southern* H W 96-50 Southern Conference Championship M 1 UT-Chattanooga N3 W 82-81 M 2 Davidson N3 L 77-92

Future NBA star Jason Williams suited up for the Thundering Herd in 1995-96 under head coach Billy Donovan.

(N1) Louisville, Ky. (N2) Charleston, W.Va. (Capital Classic) (N3) Greensboro, N.C. SoCon Tourn: UTC in Qtrs; DAV in Semis + overtime

1996-97: 20-9, 10-4 SoCON

J 16 Penn State H L 60-67 J 18 VMI* H L 69-74 J 19 Virginia A L 53-73 J 22 West Virginia N2 L 76-90 J 25 Appalachian State* H L 72-75 J 27 East Tenn. State* H L 66-72 F 1 Furman* A L 82-93 F 3 The Citadel* A W 75-67 F 8 Western Carolina* H L 86-94 F 10 UT-Chattanooga* H L 75-76 F 15 VMI* A W 79-72 F 18 South Florida A L 79-88 F 22 East Tenn. State* A L 80-99 F 24 Appalachian State* A L 61-68 F 29 The Citadel* H W 82-77 M 2 Furman* H L 66-82 Southern Conference Championship M 6 Furman N3 W 83-76 M 7 UT-Chattanooga N3 L 68-84 (N1) Palm Beach, Fla. (N2) Charleston, W.Va. (Capital Classic) (N3) Asheville, N.C. SoCon Tourn: FU in 1st Rd; UTC in Qtrs + overtime

1992-93: 16-11, 11-7 SoCON

HEAD COACH: Dwight Freeman D 1 Pitt-Johnstown H W 80-54 D 5 Pittsburgh A L 81-95 D 7 Longwood H W 101-86 D 15 Ohio H W 89-79 D 19 Montana State A W 85-77 D 21 Wyoming A L 89-101 D 30 Robert Morris H W 91-65 J 6 Appalachian State* A L 92-111 J 9 UT-Chattanooga* H W 78-77 J 10 Western Carolina* H W 86-65 J 13 East Tenn. State* A L 74-83 J 16 Georgia Southern* H W 75-74 J 17 The Citadel* H W 62-50 J 23 Furman* A W 92-83 J 24 Davidson* A L 69-82 J 27 VMI* H W 80-66 J 30 East Tenn. State* H W 75-73 J 31 Appalachian State* H W 82-79 F 6 VMI* A W 78-69 F 13 Western Carolina* A W 85-81 F 14 UT-Chattanooga* A L 69-83 F 17 West Virginia N1 L 65-72 F 20 The Citadel* A L 52-68 F 21 Georgia Southern* A L 72-75 F 27 Davidson* H L 57-63 F 28 Furman* H W 88-84 Southern Conference Championship M 5 Davidson N2 L 65-67 (N1) Charleston, W.Va. (Capital Classic) (N2) Asheville, N.C. SoCon Tourn: DAV in Qtrs

1993-94: 9-18, 7-11 SoCON

N 30 D 4 D 6 D 9

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HEAD COACH: Dwight Freeman Pitt-Johnstown H W 96-87 Montana State H L 76-89 Longwood H W 74-60 Kansas State A L 57-100

D 20 Oral Roberts A L 69-85 D 22 Wake Forest A L 60-82 D 30 Davidson* H W 75-71 J 2 North Carolina (#2) A L 62-116 J 4 Appalachian State* H W 95-86 J 8 UT-Chattanooga* A L 81-92 J 10 Western Carolina* A L 63-71 J 13 East Tenn. State* H L 76-90 J 15 Georgia Southern* A L 71-74 J 17 The Citadel* A W 83-79 J 19 West Virginia (#24) N1 L 67-79 J 22 Furman* H W 64-60 J 27 VMI* A L 78-82 J 29 East Tenn. State* A L 85-103 J 31 Appalachian State* A L 77-102 F 5 VMI* H W 78-64 F 12 Western Carolina* H L 69-73 F 14 UT-Chattanooga* H L 77-81 F 19 The Citadel* H W 85-64 F 21 Georgia Southern* H W 78-75 F 26 Davidson* A L 68-87 F 28 Furman* A L 64-83 Southern Conference Championship M 3 VMI N2 L 62-84 (N1) Charleston, W.Va. (Capital Classic) (N2) Asheville, N.C. SoCon Tourn: VMI in 1st Rd

1994-95: 18-9, 10-4 SoCON

HEAD COACH: Billy Donovan SOCON NORTH DIVISION CHAMPIONS N 26 Bluefield State H W 112-67 N 30 Central Michigan A W 87-80 D 6 Eastern Kentucky A W 88-71 University of Cincinnati Tournament D 9 UT-Martin N1 W 92-84 D 10 Canisius N1 W 102-92 D 19 Central Michigan H W 87-76 D 22 Kansas State H L 81-87 D 27 Kentucky (#5) A L 75-116 D 30 Wake Forest (#18) A L 59-95 J 2 Eastern Kentucky H W 89-64 J 7 UT-Chattanooga* H W 95-83 J 14 Appalachian State* H W 93-80 J 16 VMI* A W 112-87 J 18 West Virginia N2 L 82-89 J 21 East Tenn. State* H L 82-85 J 23 UT-Chattanooga* A L 63-80 J 28 Davidson* A L 63-78 J 30 Furman* H L 68-77 F 4 The Citadel* A W 76-62 F 6 Western Carolina* H W 73-65 F 11 Georgia Southern* H W 103-53 F 13 Appalachian State* A W 70-69 F 18 VMI* H W 107-62 F 20 East Tenn. State* A W 74-61 F 25 Davidson* H W 81-76 F 27 Georgia Southern* A W 83-63 Southern Conference Championship M 3 Appalachian State N3 L 82-93 (N1) Cincinnati, Ohio (N2) Charleston, W.Va. (Capital Classic) (N3) Asheville, N.C.

HEAD COACH: Greg White SOCON NORTH DIVISION CHAMPIONS N 25 Gardner-Webb H W 100-62 N 29 Louisiana-Lafayette A W 71-61 D 2 Jacksonville State A W 68-54 D 7 Radford A W 81-76 D 14 Morehead State H W 115-93 D 17 West Virginia N1 L 91-103 D 21 UNC Asheville H W 109-82 D 23 UT-Chattanooga H W 90-83 D 30 Clemson (#5) A L 57-73 J 3 Delaware H W 89-78 J 6 UNC-Asheville A L 63-83 J 8 Davidson* A W 85-81 J 11 Furman* H W 76-65 J 13 The Citadel* A W+ 81-80 J 18 Western Carolina* H W 96-76 J 20 Georgia Southern* A W 70-50 J 25 Appalachian State* H W 70-67 J 27 VMI* A L 92-97 F 1 East Tenn. State* A L 64-76 F 3 Davidson* H W 76-70 F 5 Butler A L 57-84 F 8 Georgia Southern* H W 81-68 F 10 Appalachian State* A L 69-77 F 15 VMI* H W 79-77 F 17 East Tenn. State* H W 80-69 F 22 UT-Chattanooga* A L 72-92 Southern Conference Championship F 28 Georgia Southern N2 W 78-46 M 1 Appalachian State N2 W 84-78 M 2 UT-Chattanooga N2 L+ 70-71 (N1) Charleston, W.Va. (Capital Classic) (N2) Greensboro, N.C. SoCon Tourn: GSU in Qtrs; ASU in Semis; UTC in Finals + overtime

1997-98: 11-16, 7-11 MAC

HEAD COACH: Greg White N 22 Bluefield State H W 118-60 N 29 Radford H W 67-49 D 2 UT-Chattanooga A L 47-57 D 6 Massachusetts A L 59-61 D 8 Morehead State A L 50-65 D 13 Rio Grande H W 103-64 D 17 Wake Forest (#23) H W 73-66 D 20 Kent State* H W 73-68 D 29 Akron* A L 52-68 J 3 Toledo* A L 49-72 J 5 Eastern Michigan* A L 82-99 J 8 Northern Illinois* H L 68-69 J 10 Ball State* H L 78-86 J 17 Ohio* H W 78-73 J 21 Miami (Ohio)* H L 54-71 J 24 Bowling Green* A W 69-67 J 29 Ball State* A L 82-90 J 31 Northern Illinois* A L 60-65 F 5 Western Michigan* H W 78-63 F 7 Central Michigan* H W 82-60 F 14 Ohio* A W 72-63 F 16 West Virginia (#20) N1 L 58-71 F 18 Bowling Green* H W 70-52 F 21 Miami (Ohio)* A L 60-71 F 23 Kent State* A L 62-87 F 25 Akron* H L 62-65 Mid-American Conference Championship F 28 Ball State A L 76-93 (N1) Charleston, W.Va. (Capital Classic) MAC Tourn: BSU in 1st Rd

1998-99: 16-11, 11-7 MAC

N 14 N 17 N 23

HEAD COACH: Greg White Bluefield State H W 105-64 Northern Illinois* H W 70-67 Georgia A L 73-78

N 28 Morehead State H W 99-79 D 2 Radford A L 65-73 D 5 Massachusetts H W 88-66 D 8 Miami (Ohio)* (#22) A L+ 79-81 D 17 Rio Grande H W 85-62 D 19 Western Michigan* A L 68-79 D 21 UNC-Asheville A W 91-82 D 30 Central Michigan* H W 81-60 J 2 Eastern Michigan* H W 71-51 J 6 Toledo* A L 68-72 J 9 Akron* A W 76-67 J 14 Buffalo* H W 82-62 J 16 Kent State* H W 67-60 J 19 Bowling Green* H L 67-81 J 23 Miami (Ohio)* H L 55-63 J 27 West Virginia N1 L+ 84-85 J 30 Ohio* A L 73-86 F 3 Ball State* H W 73-66 F 6 Eastern Michigan* A W 79-70 F 10 Northern Illinois* A W 74-60 F 13 Toledo* H W 81-72 F 17 Buffalo* A W 73-63 F 24 Bowling Green* A L 72-78 Mid-American Conference Championship F 27 Kent State A L 76-79 (N1) Charleston, W.Va. (Capital Classic) MAC Tourn: KSU in 1st Rd + overtime

1999-00: 21-9, 11-7 MAC

N 20 N 21

HEAD COACH: Greg White Binghamton Hoop Fest Canisius N1 W 85-77 Stonybrook N1 W 81-52

N 29 Massachusetts A W 65-55 D 4 Radford H W 90-77 D 7 West Virginia State H W 82-46 D 15 Rio Grande H W 107-63 D 18 Georgia H W 89-79 D 20 Western Michigan A W++127-126 D 28 UNC-Asheville H W 102-66 D 30 Central Michigan* H W 87-63 J 2 Bowling Green* A L 64-85 J 5 Akron* A L 78-92 J 8 Kent State* H W 90-80 J 12 Toledo* A W 91-90 J 15 Eastern Michigan* H W 83-68 J 18 West Virginia N2 L 77-82 J 22 Northern Illinois* A L 74-92 J 24 Ball State* H W 85-73 J 26 Miami (Ohio)* H L 58-63 J 29 Ohio* A L 53-77 F 3 Buffalo* H W 93-61 F 7 Kent State* A L 73-84 F 12 Northern Illinois* H W 68-64 F 14 Ohio* H W 78-72 F 19 Buffalo* A W 88-72 F 23 Miami (Ohio)* A W 87-78 F 26 Bowling Green* H L 83-88 Mid-American Conference Championship M 1 Buffalo H W 83-66 M 5 Central Michigan N3 W 58-56 M 6 Miami (Ohio) N3 L 63-69 (N1) Binghamton, N.Y. (N2) Charleston, W.Va. (Capital Classic) (N3) Cleveland, Ohio MAC Tourn: UB in 1st Rd; CMU in Qtrs; MIA in Semis ++ dbl overtime

2000-01: 18-9, 12-6 MAC

HEAD COACH: Greg White N 17 Charleston (W.Va.) H W 109-75 N 21 Cincinnati (#16) A L 75-79 N 27 Detroit H W 77-69 D 2 Dayton (#24) A W 67-65 D 9 Niagara H W 82-70 D 16 Winthrop H W 73-50 D 18 IPFW H W 99-70 D 30 Buffalo* H W+ 85-75 J 3 Western Michigan* H W 67-65 J 6 Miami (Ohio)* A L 54-71 J 9 West Virginia N1 L 67-73 J 13 Akron* H W 77-68 J 15 Eastern Michigan* A W 72-46 J 17 Miami (Ohio)* H W 72-68 J 20 Kent State* A L 67-89 J 24 Ball State* A W 77-72 J 27 Central Michigan* A L 68-80 J 29 Toledo* H W 72-57 F 3 Ohio* A L 71-77 F 7 Northern Illinois* A W 94-66 F 11 Kent State* H L+ 65-68 F 14 Bowling Green* A L 69-82 F 17 Ohio* H W 92-70 F 22 Northern Illinois* H W 82-65 F 28 Bowling Green* H W 63-55 M 3 Buffalo* A W 86-73 Mid-American Conference Championship M 8 Ball State N2 L 81-84 (N1) Charleston, W.Va. (Capital Classic) (N2) Cleveland, Ohio MAC Tourn: BSU in Qtrs + overtime

2001-02: 15-15, 8-10 MAC

N 15 N 16 N 23 N 26 N 28 D 3

HEAD COACH: Greg White NABC Classic George Washington N1 L Kentucky (#4) A L Troy State H L Shepherd H W Arkansas-Monticello H W Winthrop A W

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MARSHALL D 6 D 8 D 15 D 22 D 29 J 5 J 9 J 12 J 16 J 19 J 23 J 26 J 29 F 2 F 5 F 9 F 14 F 16 F 19 F 23 F 27 M 1

Radford A W 67-63 Northern Illinois* H W 79-76 Auburn N2 L 60-78 Western Michigan* A W 77-73 Massachusetts H W 81-66 Kent State* H L 70-73 Miami (Ohio)* A L 65-80 Eastern Michigan* H W 97-75 Central Michigan* A L 84-88 Buffalo* H L 78-82 West Virginia N3 W+ 81-79 Toledo* A L 67-77 Ball State* H W+ 98-95 Ohio* A L 78-94 Akron* H W 78-63 Bowling Green* A L 60-83 Miami (Ohio)* H W 82-74 Ohio* H L 66-71 Kent State* A L 76-116 Buffalo* A L 62-87 Central Michigan* H W 82-57 Akron* A W 104-87 Mid-American Conference Championship M 4 Northern Illinois H W 97-93 M 7 Kent State N4 L 70-82 (N1) Lexington, Ky. (N2) Mobile, Ala. (N3) Charleston, W.Va. (Capital Classic) (N4) Cleveland, Ohio MAC Tourn: NIU in 1st Rd; KSU in Qtrs + overtime

Eastern Michigan* A L 88-90 UAB H L 78-81 Illinois State A L 67-79 Western Kentucky A L 54-70 High Point H W 74-73 Xavier A L 46-69 Central Michigan* H L 83-88 Bowling Green* H L 64-69 Ohio* A L 68-77 West Virginia (#24) N1 W 59-55 Toledo* H L 74-83 Akron* H L 55-65 Kent State* A L 66-75 Buffalo* A L 65-78 Kent State* H L 63-70 Northern Illinois* A L 66-77 Ball State* A W 90-81 Eastern Michigan* H W 81-75 Western Michigan* A L 70-90 Miami (Ohio)* A L 51-59 Buffalo* H L 55-68 Ohio* H L 62-83 Akron* A L 64-71 Miami (Ohio)* H W 54-47 Mid-American Conference Championship M 7 Ohio A L 66-72

2005-06: 12-16, 5-9 C-USA

HEAD COACH: Greg White N 22 Niagara A W 92-90 N 25 Kentucky State H W 112-78 D 2 Rutgers A L 56-75 D 7 Northern Illinois* A W 75-57 D 14 Radford H W 90-65 D 17 Morehead State A L+100-101 D 20 Western Carolina H W 83-68 D 28 Massachusetts A L 58-81 J 4 Western Michigan* H W 66-54 J 8 Buffalo* A W 69-63 J 11 Toledo* H W 79-58 J 14 Central Michigan* H L 78-81 J 18 Kent State* A L 58-71 J 22 West Virginia N1 L 61-65 J 25 Buffalo* H W 87-77 J 28 Ball State* A L 75-96 F 1 Ohio* H L++ 85-87 F 3 Eastern Michigan* A L 81-90 F 5 Western Michigan* A L 75-79 F 8 Bowling Green* H W 56-54 F 12 Akron* H W 74-58 F 15 Miami (Ohio)* A L 49-69 F 22 Illinois State H L 53-57 F 25 Kent State* H W 80-67 M 1 Ohio* A L 65-70 M 5 Akron* A L 71-79 M 8 Miami (Ohio)* H W 58-51 Mid-American Conference Championship M10 Eastern Michigan H W 83-75 M13 Kent State N2 L 57-79 (N1) Charleston, W.Va. (Capital Classic) (N2) Cleveland, Ohio MAC Tourn: EMU in 1st Rd; KSU in Qtrs + overtime ++ dbl-overtime

N 18 N 21 N 26 N 28 D 1 D 4 D 17 D 20 D 29 D 30 J 4 J 7 J 11 J 14 J 18 J 21 J 25 J 28 F 1 F 4 F 8 F 11 F 15 F 18 F 25 M 1 M 4 M 8

HEAD COACH: Ron Jirsa Evansville A L 81-91 Virginia Tech A L 54-71 Evansville H W 70-67 East Tenn. State A L 63-91 UM-Eastern Shore H W 66-56 Youngstown State H W 73-70 Appalachian State H L 65-73 Charleston Southern H W 82-53 Jack In The Box Holiday Classic South Carolina State N1 L 66-71 Kennesaw State N1 W+ 77-74 Appalachian State A W 64-60 H L+73-79 UCF* A W 73-69 UAB* H L 64-76 Tulsa* A L 57-66 UTEP* H L 51-53 West Virginia (#9) N2 W 58-52 Houston* A L 56-69 East Carolina* H W 72-66 Tulane* A L 36-61 Rice* H L+ 75-78 Memphis (#3)* H L 81-91 SMU* A W+ 75-72 East Carolina* A L 59-63 Southern Miss* H W 62-57 UCF* H W 73-61 UAB* A L 61-82 Conference USA Championship Tulane N3 L 58-64

George Washington (#20)

(N1) Greenville, S.C. (hosted by Furman) (N2) Charleston, W.Va. (Capital Classic) (N3) Memphis, Tenn. C-USA Tourn: TLN in 1st Rd + overtime

2006-07: 13-19, 7-9 C-USA

2003-04: 12-17, 8-10 MAC

HEAD COACH: Ron Jirsa UNC-Wilmington H L 56-65 Morehead State H W 85-71 Kentucky (#10) N1 L 76-89 Radford A W 79-77 Oregon N2 L 61-90 Northern Illinois* H W 85-76 Massachusetts A L 65-83 UAB A W 68-66 Central Michigan* A W 72-63 Kent State* H L 61-63 Western Michigan* A L 65-88 Toledo* A L 65-68 Buffalo* H W 86-74 West Virginia N3 L 51-55 Ohio* H W 74-60 Miami (Ohio)* H L+ 48-51 Bowling Green* A L 73-88 Akron* A L 69-85 Buffalo* A L 58-77 Eastern Michigan* H W 75-68 Western Michigan* H W+ 82-76 Kent State* A L 65-86 Western Kentucky H L 66-87 Ball State* H L 78-79 Ohio* A W 71-68 Akron* H W 78-68 Miami (Ohio)* A L 70-74 Mid-American Conference Championship M 8 Eastern Michigan H W 78-59 M11 Western Michigan N4 L 62-96 N 21 N 29 D 1 D 4 D 6 D 13 D 20 D 30 J 3 J 6 J 12 J 14 J 17 J 21 J 24 J 28 J 31 F 2 F 7 F 11 F 15 F 18 F 21 F 24 F 29 M 3 M 6

(N1) Cincinnati, Ohio (N2) Portland, Ore. (N3) Charleston, W.Va. (Capital Classic) (N4) Cleveland, Ohio MAC Tourn: EMU in 1st Rd; WMU in Qtrs + overtime

2004-05: 6-22, 3-15 MAC

N 19 N 23 N 27

N 30 D 4 D 11 D 18 D 21 D 30 J 2 J 6 J 9 J 11 J 15 J 19 J 22 J 27 F 1 F 3 F 6 F 9 F 12 F 15 F 23 F 26 M 2 M 5

(N1) Charleston, W.Va. MAC Tourn: OHIO in 1st Rd

2002-03: 14-15, 9-9 MAC

HEAD COACH: Ron Jirsa UNC-Wilmington A L 57-58 East Tenn. State H W 80-76 Oregon N1 L 69-89

YEARLY RESULTS

N 11 N 17 N 23 N 24 N 25 N 29 D 2 D 4 D 13 D 16 D 22 D 30 J 3 J 6 J 10 J 13 J 17 J 20 J 24 J 27 J 31 F 3 F 7 F 10 F 14 F 17 F 21 F 24 F 28 M 3 M 7 M 8

HEAD COACH: Ron Jirsa UNC-Greensboro H W+ 82-80 Robert Morris H L 69-73 Great Alaska Shootout California N1 L 70-72 Hofstra N1 L 70-73 UMKC N1 L 75-79 Morehead State A W 81-80 Ohio A L+ 78-84 Memphis (#14)* A L 59-78 Wright State H W 79-72 Princeton A L 45-61 Bowling Green H L 78-79 Virginia Tech H W 59-58 Ohio H W 70-60 George Washington A L 65-74 UTEP* A L 64-88 UCF* H L 71-78 Tulsa* H W 65-53 Tulane* A W 79-73 West Virginia N2 L 63-76 Houston* H L 61-77 East Carolina* H W 56-52 UAB* H W 61-54 Tulsa* A L 60-63 UCF* A L 58-75 SMU* H W 52-49 Tulane* H L 65-73 East Carolina* A W 54-51 UAB* A L 57-70 Rice* H W 69-64 Southern Miss* A L 73-83 Conference USA Championship UAB N3 W 53-52 Memphis (#5) N3 L 71-92

(N1) Anchorage, Alaska (N2) Charleston, W.Va. (Capital Classic) (N3) Memphis, Tenn. C-USA Tourn: UAB in 1st Rd; MEM in Qtrs + overtime

2007-08: 16-14, 8-8 C-USA

N 13 N 20

HEAD COACH: Donnie Jones Pikeville College H W 60-49 East Tenn. State H W+ 84-83

The Thundering Herd recorded consecutive wins over nationally-ranked West Virginia at the Capital Classic in Charleston, W.Va., in 2005 and 2006. N 25 N 28 D 1 D 4 D 14 D 18 D 22 D 29 D 31 J 5 J 9 J 12 J 16 J 19 J 23 J 26 J 30 F 2 F 6 F 9 F 13 F 16 F 20 F 23 M 1 M 5 M 8 M12

Boston University H W 70-47 Wright State A L 70-77 Morehead State H W 69-56 East Tenn. State A L 73-79 Rio Grande H W 87-51 Louisville A L 75-85 Princeton H W 66-60 Lipscomb H L 62-72 San Diego H W 76-60 Winthrop H W+ 67-62 Rice* A W 66-47 Memphis (#2)* H L 45-68 East Carolina* A L 62-75 UAB* H W 62-57 West Virginia N1 L 64-66 Houston* A L 58-71 Tulsa* H W+ 72-65 UAB* A L 55-74 UCF* A L 63-77 East Carolina* H W 83-49 SMU* A W 75-74 Tulane* H W 68-54 UTEP* H L 76-79 UCF* H W 71-66 Tulsa* A L 64-89 Tulane* A W 70-68 Southern Miss* H L 58-63 Conference USA Championship Tulane N2 L 47-48

(N1) Charleston, W.Va. (Capital Classic) (N2) Memphis, Tenn. C-USA Tourn: TLN in 1st Rd + overtime

2008-09: 15-17, 7-9 C-USA

N 16 N21 N22 N23 N29 D2 D6 D13 D17 D20 D23 D28 J2 J7 J10 J14 J17 J21 J25 J27 J31 F4 F7 F10 F14 F18 F21 F25 F28 M4 M7 M11

HEAD COACH: Donnie Jones Glenn Wilkes Classic West Virginia Tech H W 110-57 Morgan State N1 L 67-72 Wis.-Green Bay N1 L 66-72 Mississippi N1 L 78-82 Old Dominion H W 68-64 East Tenn. State H L 72-76 Boston University A W 84-80 UT-Arlington H W 81-68 Ohio H W 73-68 Cumberlands H W 80-70 Dayton A L 50-62 Tennessee State H W 74-60 San Diego A L 70-80 Memphis* A L 57-80 East Carolina* H W 72-64 West Virginia N2 L 76-87 Tulsa* A L 50-69 SMU* H W 53-50 UCF* A L 69-87 Southern Miss* A L 79-84 UAB* H L 73-75 Tulsa* H L 57-73 Tulane* H W+ 89-86 Rio Grande H W 92-59 UTEP* A L 67-74 Houston* H W 88-83 Tulane* A L 51-57 East Carolina* A W 76-62 UCF* H W 67-62 Rice* H W 76-62 UAB* A L 52-70 Conference USA Championship Rice N3 L 59-60

(N1)Daytona Beach, Fla. (N2) Charleston, W.Va. (Capital Classic) (N3) Memphis, Tenn. C-USA Tourn: TLN in 1st Rd + overtime

2009-10: 24-10, 11-5 C-USA

N 15 N17 N21 N 25 N28

HEAD COACH: Donnie Jones COLLEGEINSIDER.COM TOURNAMENT Global Sports Invitational North Carolina A&T H W 79-63 Middle Tenn. State H W 63-60

D3 D7 D12 D16 D20 D22 D28 J2 J5 J9 J13 J16 J20 J23 J27 J30 F3 F6 F9 F13 F17 F20 F24 F27 M2 M6 M11 M16 M22

Salem International H W 119-35 Binghamton A W 69-55 Troy H W 99-70 Brescia H W 105-54 High Point H W 109-76 North Carolina (#10) A L 61-98 Troy A W 78-75 St. Bonaventure H W 80-61 Southern Miss* H W 76-63 East Carolina* A W 83-65 UCF* A W 81-75 Tulane* H W 89-79 West Virginia (#11) N2 L 60-68 UAB* H L 59-61 Memphis* H L 72-75 Houston* A L 66-81 Tulsa* A L 69-73 East Carolina* H W 100-49 Rio Grande H W 115-73 UAB* A W 81-74 Tulsa* H W 64-58 Tulane* A W 58-55 Rice* A W 77-54 UCF* H W+++ 121-115 UTEP* (#21) H L 76-80 SMU* A W 73-57 Conference USA Championship Tulsa N3 L 64-80 CollegeInsider.com Tournament Western Carolina H W 90-88 Appalachian State H L 72-80

(N1) Charleston, W.Va. (N2) Charleston, W.Va. (Capital Classic) (N3) Tulsa, Okla. +++ triple overtime

2010-11: 22-12, 9-7 C-USA

N 12 N15 N20 N22 N27 N29 D4 D7 D15 D19 D22 D28 J2 J5 J8 J10 J15 J19 J22 J26 J29 F1 F5 F9 F12 F16 F19 F23 F26 M2 M5 M9 M10 M15

HEAD COACH: Tom Herrion COLLEGEINSIDER.COM TOURNAMENT West Virginia Tech H W 92-69 Glenville State H W 93-48 UT-Chattanooga H L 68-69 Jackson State H W 66-60 Louisville A L 66-80 FIU H W 88-79 Ohio A W 65-57 James Madison H W 67-63 Savannah State A W 56-47 Virginia Military H W 98-70 James Madison A L 73-80 Binghamton H W 85-60 St. Bonaventure A W 74-65 UCF (#19) A L 58-65 Southern Miss H W 95-65 Savannah State H W 71-57 Memphis A L 61-77 West Virginia (#21) N1 W 75-71 ECU H L 81-82 UAB A L 56-60 Memphis H W 85-70 Houston A W 63-62 Southern Miss A L 60-67 UAB H L 48-64 ECU A W 78-65 Rice H W 72-61 Tulane A W+ 79-75 Tulsa H W 79-61 SMU H W 64-62 UTEP A L 74-82 UCF H W 83-69 Conference USA Championship Houston N2 W 97-87 UTEP N2 L 65-77 CollegeInsider.com Tournament Ohio H L 64-65

(N1) Charleston, W.Va. (Capital Classic) (N2) El Paso, Texas + overtime

Old Dominion A L 62-70 Global Sports Invitational Lamar H W 87-74 Ohio N1 W 60-53

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2010-11 STATISTICS Game-by-Game Results RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE Date 11/12/10 11/15/10 11/20/10 11/22/10 11/27/10 11/29/10 12/4/10 12/7/10 12/15/10 12/19/10 12/22/10 12/28/10

OVERALL 22-12 9-7 13-5

Opponent WEST VIRGINIA TECH MBGSC UTC JSUM at LOUISVILLE FIU at Ohio Bobcats JMU at Savannah State Univ. VMI at JMU BING

HOME 14-4 6-2 8-2

W W W W W W W W W

01/02/11 1/5/11 1/8/11

at St. Bonaventure *at UCF *USM

W

1/10/11 1/15/11 1/19/11 1/22/11 1/26/11 1/29/11 2/1/11 2/5/11 2/9/11

SAVANNAH STATE UNIV. *at Memphis vs WVU *ECU *at UAB *MEMPHIS *at Houston *at USM *UAB

W

02/12/11 2/16/11 2/19/11 2/23/11 2/26/11

*at ECU *RICE *at Tulane *TLS *SMU

03/02/11 3/5/11 03/09/11 03/10/11 3/15/11

*at UTEP *UCF vs Houston vs UTEP OHIO BOBCATS

W

W

W W

W W Wot W W

W W

Score 92-69 93-48 68-69 66-60 66-80 88-79 65-57 67-63 56-47 98-70 73-80 85-60 74-65 58-65 95-65 71-57 61-77 75-71 81-82 56-60 85-70 63-62 60-67 48-64

L L

L

L

L L L

L L

78-65 72-61 79-75 79-61 64-62 74-82 83-69 97-87 65-77 64-65

AWAY 6-7 3-5 3-2 Att. 5024 4638 4934 4388 21262 4674 5977 4735 350 4819 3044 5011

L L

High Points (21)BAINES, Tirrell (16)THOMAS, Johnny (20)KANE, DeAndre (18)JOHNSON, Shaquille (25)KANE, DeAndre (25)KANE, DeAndre (18)KANE, DeAndre (17)BAINES, Tirrell (20)BAINES, Tirrell (19)JOHNSON, Shaquille (19)KANE, DeAndre (18)PITTS, Damier

3229 (25)PITTS, Damier 9094 (15)JOHNSON, Shaquille 5603 (20)PITTS, Damier (20)THOMAS, Johnny 4542 (18)KANE, DeAndre 15877 (16)KANE, DeAndre 12380 (25)PITTS, Damier 6709 (21)BAINES, Tirrell 4781 (14)PENA, Dago 7614 (20)KANE, DeAndre 3021 (24)KANE, DeAndre 3653 (20)KANE, DeAndre 5174 (19)PITTS, Damier 6741 5500 1851 5613 7211

L

NEUTRAL 2-1 0-0 2-1

(28)PITTS, Damier (13)THOMAS, Johnny (20)KANE, DeAndre (26)BAINES, Tirrell (19)PITTS, Damier

10331 (22)BAINES, Tirrell 9036 (25)PITTS, Damier 6916 (28)PITTS, Damier (13)THOMAS, Johnny 4205 (18)BAINES, Tirrell

High Rebounds (8)BAINES, Tirrell (7)HIGGINS, Johnny (9)SPIKES, Nigel (8)BAINES, Tirrell (9)BAINES, Tirrell (9)BAINES, Tirrell (10)BAINES, Tirrell (13)SPIKES, Nigel (13)BAINES, Tirrell (12)SPIKES, Nigel (7)BAINES, Tirrell (8)KANE, DeAndre (8)BAINES, Tirrell (12)THOMAS, Johnny (8)BAINES, Tirrell (11)THOMAS, Johnny (9)BAINES, Tirrell (9)BAINES, Tirrell (7)WILLIAMS, Aundra (8)BAINES, Tirrell (12)SPIKES, Nigel (8)BAINES, Tirrell (9)KANE, DeAndre (9)SPIKES, Nigel (5)KANE, DeAndre (5)BAINES, Tirrell (8)BAINES, Tirrell (11)SPIKES, Nigel (13)SPIKES, Nigel (7)JOHNSON, Shaquille (5)KANE, DeAndre (5)BAINES, Tirrell (11)BAINES, Tirrell (7)KANE, DeAndre (10)KANE, DeAndre (7)KANE, DeAndre (19)SPIKES, Nigel

* - Conference game

Attendance Summary

Home Away Neutral Total

74

Games

Attend

Avg/Game

18 13 3 34

99430 89211 19296 207937

5524 6862 6432 6116

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

##

Player

gp-gs

03 24 30 00 23 10 11 04 05 25 21 14 33 15

PITTS, Damier KANE, DeAndre BAINES, Tirrell THOMAS, Johnny JOHNSON, Shaquille PENA, Dago SPIKES, Nigel HIGGINS, Johnny ESPINOSA, Eladio WILLIAMS, Aundra ALLEN, Orlando HUMPHREY, Xavier HOWE, Justin FISCHER, Noah Team Total.......... Opponents......

25-23 802 32.1 119-294 .405 34-34 1075 31.6 170-397 .428 34-34 971 28.6 172-327 .526 30-17 745 24.8 111-214 .519 33-16 861 26.1 89-223 .399 32-12 684 21.4 75-180 .417 32-32 649 20.3 56-101 .554 26-0 264 10.2 10-37 .270 10-0 125 12.5 7-20 .350 31-0 298 9.6 22-37 .595 32-2 319 10.0 20-48 .417 9-0 12 1.3 2-6 .333 7-0 9 1.3 1-1 1.000 9-0 11 1.2 0-2 .000

Score by Periods Marshall Opponents

34 34

1st 2nd 1188 1303 1030 1257

OT 8 4

.320 .318 .000 .259 .282 .415 .000 .182 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

119-141 124-196 91-119 37-50 87-124 25-42 51-101 35-44 7-11 19-37 7-17 0-0 0-2 1-4

off

15 40 98 61 23 24 60 2 8 26 33 2 0 0 48 854-1887 .453 188-583 .322 603-888 .679 440 817-1939 .421 185-620 .298 472-720 .656 395

6825 6825

47-147 49-154 0-5 14-54 22-78 54-130 0-0 2-11 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

.844 .633 .765 .740 .702 .595 .505 .795 .636 .514 .412 .000 .000 .250

Rebounds def tot avg

55 149 126 74 73 70 130 22 16 37 44 2 2 4 53 857 741

70 189 224 135 96 94 190 24 24 63 77 4 2 4 101 1297 1136

pts

avg

3 118 70 3 16 404 1 117 115 3 32 513 3 30 59 11 15 435 1 17 19 22 17 273 1 67 65 8 26 287 0 36 28 3 21 229 5 9 30 32 12 163 0 36 24 2 14 57 0 5 7 3 3 21 1 1 4 10 6 63 2 3 24 24 3 47 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 4 38.1 671 17 439 452 122 166 2499 33.4 764 35 398 436 112 212 2291

16.2 15.1 12.8 9.1 8.7 7.2 5.1 2.2 2.1 2.0 1.5 0.4 0.3 0.1

2.8 5.6 6.6 4.5 2.9 2.9 5.9 0.9 2.4 2.0 2.4 0.4 0.3 0.4

pf dq

a

to blk stl

68 99 81 52 81 37 98 26 15 38 72 2 2 0

73.5 67.4

Totals 2499 2291

Conference USA Games ##

Player

gp-gs

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

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

03 24 30 00 23 10 11 25 21 04 33 14 15

PITTS, Damier KANE, DeAndre BAINES, Tirrell THOMAS, Johnny JOHNSON, Shaquille PENA, Dago SPIKES, Nigel WILLIAMS, Aundra ALLEN, Orlando HIGGINS, Johnny HOWE, Justin HUMPHREY, Xavier FISCHER, Noah Team Total.......... Opponents......

16-16 16-16 16-16 12-10 16-5 16-1 16-16 15-0 15-0 10-0 3-0 4-0 4-0

524 524 472 337 388 309 345 138 125 52 3 4 4

65-74 59-86 39-54 12-16 32-50 9-12 31-53 7-16 1-5 2-6 0-0 0-0 0-0

16 16

3225 3225

Score by Periods Marshall Opponents

1st 2nd 543 585 494 589

OT 8 4

32.8 32.8 29.5 28.1 24.3 19.3 21.6 9.2 8.3 5.2 1.0 1.0 1.0

74-192 75-188 87-157 47-97 36-85 34-76 29-46 8-12 5-19 0-7 0-0 0-1 0-1

.385 25-88 .399 26-80 .554 0-3 .485 2-18 .424 9-29 .447 27-59 .630 0-0 .667 0-0 .263 0-0 .000 0-3 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1

395-881 .448 89-281 392-873 .449 75-259

.284 .325 .000 .111 .310 .458 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000

.878 .686 .722 .750 .640 .750 .585 .438 .200 .333 .000 .000 .000

off

Rebounds def tot avg

11 37 48 18 77 95 41 57 98 27 32 59 12 37 49 13 26 39 31 63 94 10 11 21 17 14 31 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 26 21 47 .317 257-372 .691 207 378 585 .290 228-350 .651 167 346 513

3.0 5.9 6.1 4.9 3.1 2.4 5.9 1.4 2.1 0.2 0.3 0.0 0.3

pf dq

44 49 38 24 40 16 53 18 35 5 1 0 0

3 0 2 0 1 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0

a

76 58 14 8 31 14 4 0 2 3 0 0 0

to blk stl

44 53 26 8 28 13 15 1 11 3 1 0 0 2 36.6 323 11 210 205 32.1 342 15 182 177

pts

avg

2 12 238 1 16 235 5 6 213 10 8 108 5 8 113 1 8 104 19 7 89 5 3 23 12 1 11 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

14.9 14.7 13.3 9.0 7.1 6.5 5.6 1.5 0.7 0.2 0.0 0.0 0.0

60 70 1136 56 88 1087

71.0 67.9

Totals 1136 1087

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2010-11 STATISTICS 3 3

MARSHALL - INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Points

28 28 26 25 25 25 25 25

PITTS, Damier vs Houston (03/09/11) PITTS, Damier at ECU (02/12/11) BAINES, Tirrell vs Tulsa (2/23/11) PITTS, Damier vs UCF (3/5/11) PITTS, Damier vs West Virginia (1/19/11) PITTS, Damier at St. Bonaventure (01/02/11) KANE, DeAndre vs FIU (11/29/10) KANE, DeAndre at LOUISVILLE (11/27/10)

Field Goals Made

10 10

KANE, DeAndre at Houston (2/1/11) KANE, DeAndre at LOUISVILLE (11/27/10)

Field Goal Att. 18 17

KANE, DeAndre at LOUISVILLE (11/27/10) KANE, DeAndre at Houston (2/1/11)

FG Pct (min 5 made) .857 (6-7) PENA, Dago vs ECU (1/22/11) .857 (6-7) WILLIAMS, Aundra vs Binghamton (12/28/10) 3-Point FG Made

5 5 5

PITTS, Damier at ECU (02/12/11) PENA, Dago vs ECU (1/22/11) PITTS, Damier at St. Bonaventure (01/02/11)

3-Point FG Att. 11 10

PITTS, Damier at UTEP (03/02/11) KANE, DeAndre at Southern Miss (2/5/11)

3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made) 1.000 (2-2) THOMAS, Johnny vs UTEP (03/10/11) 1.000 (2-2) THOMAS, Johnny vs Houston (03/09/11) 1.000 (2-2) THOMAS, Johnny at JMU (12/22/10) Free Throws Made 14 11

PITTS, Damier vs Houston (03/09/11) KANE, DeAndre at James Madison (12/22/10)

Free Throw Att.

PITTS, Damier vs Houston (03/09/11) KANE, DeAndre at James Madison (12/22/10)

18 14

FT Pct (min 5 made) 1.000 (10-10) PITTS, Damier vs Southern Miss (1/8/11) 1.000 (8-8) JOHNSON, Shaquille vs RICE (2/16/11) 1.000 (8-8) BAINES, Tirrell at Savannah State (12/15/10) 1.000 (6-6) PITTS, Damier vs Binghamton (12/28/10) 1.000 (6-6) BAINES, Tirrell at Ohio (12/4/10) 1.000 (5-5) KANE, DeAndre vs RICE (2/16/11) 1.000 (5-5) PITTS, Damier at Memphis (1/15/11) Rebounds

19 13 13 13

Turnovers 9 PITTS, Damier at ECU (02/12/11) 7 JOHNSON, Shaquille vs VMI (12/19/10) 7 KANE, DeAndre at Savannah State (12/15/10) Fouls 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

5 BAINES, Tirrell vs Houston (03/09/11) THOMAS, Johnny vs Houston (03/09/11) SPIKES, Nigel vs SMU (2/26/11) PITTS, Damier at Tulane (2/19/11) BAINES, Tirrell at Tulane (2/19/11) PITTS, Damier at ECU (02/12/11) SPIKES, Nigel at Houston (2/1/11) BAINES, Tirrell at Houston (2/1/11) PITTS, Damier at UAB (1/26/11) ALLEN, Orlando vs ECU (1/22/11) WILLIAMS, Aundra vs ECU (1/22/11) KANE, DeAndre vs West Virginia (1/19/11) SPIKES, Nigel at Memphis (1/15/11) JOHNSON, Shaquille at UCF (1/5/11) SPIKES, Nigel at James Madison (12/22/10) ALLEN, Orlando at James Madison (12/22/10) SPIKES, Nigel vs FIU (11/29/10)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Points

34 33 29 27 26 26

Bowles, Denzel at James Madison (12/22/10) MORROW, Darrius vs ECU (1/22/11) NICHOLSON,Andrew at St. Bonaventure (01/02/11) JORDAN, Marcus vs UCF (3/5/11) JORDAN, Marcus at UCF (1/5/11) Frederick, Eric vs FIU (11/29/10)

Field Goals Made 11

13 Bowles, Denzel at James Madison (12/22/10) MORROW, Darrius vs ECU (1/22/11)

Field Goal Att. 22 21 21 21

FLOWERS, Gary at Southern Miss (2/5/11) FLOWERS, Gary vs Southern Miss (1/8/11) Bowles, Denzel at James Madison (12/22/10) COOPER, D.J. at Ohio (12/4/10)

FG Pct (min 5 made) .833 (5-6) STONE, Julyan at UTEP (03/02/11) .750 (6-8) McNEIL, Maurice vs Houston (03/09/11) .750 (6-8) BOOKER, David at Tulane (2/19/11) 3-Point FG Made

5 5

SHERROD, Jontae vs ECU (1/22/11) Nick Dent vs Glenville State (11/15/10)

11 11

SPARKS, Michael vs VMI (12/19/10) COOPER, D.J. at Ohio (12/4/10)

Assists

13 10

KANE, DeAndre vs VMI (12/19/10) PITTS, Damier vs Houston (03/09/11)

3-Point FG Att.

Steals

5 4 4 4

HIGGINS, Johnny vs Glenville State (11/15/10) KANE, DeAndre vs SMU (2/26/11) JOHNSON, Shaquille vs SMU (2/26/11) JOHNSON, Shaquille vs Jacksonville State (11/22/10)

3-Pt FG Pct (min 2 made) 1.000 (3-3) JOHNSON, Angelo at So. Miss (2/5/11) 1.000 (2-2) FLOWERS, John vs West Virginia (1/19/11) 1.000 (2-2) TAYLOR, Ricky vs UT-Chattanooga (11/20/10)

Blocked Shots 4 3 3 3 3

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SPIKES, Nigel vs Ohio (3/15/11) SPIKES, Nigel at Tulane (2/19/11) BAINES, Tirrell at Savannah State (12/15/10) SPIKES, Nigel vs James Madison (12/7/10)

THOMAS, Johnny vs VMI (12/19/10) ALLEN, Orlando vs Jacksonville State (11/22/10)

SPIKES, Nigel at ECU (02/12/11) SPIKES, Nigel at UAB (1/26/11) ALLEN, Orlando vs Savannah State (1/10/11) THOMAS, Johnny vs Southern Miss (1/8/11) ALLEN, Orlando at James Madison (12/22/10)

Free Throws Made 12 12

NIXON, Zamal vs Houston (03/09/11) HARRIS, Alandise at Houston (2/1/11)

Free Throw Att.

MORROW, Darrius vs ECU (1/22/11) HARRIS, Alandise at Houston (2/1/11)

21 20

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MARSHALL FT Pct (min 5 made) 1.000 (12-12) NIXON, Zamal vs Houston (03/09/11) 1.000 (7-7) SHULER,Jovonni vs Savannah State (1/10/11) 1.000 (5-5) MITCHELL, Casey vs West Virginia (1/19/11) 1.000 (5-5) Justin Caldwell vs Glenville State (11/15/10) Rebounds

15 14

OKOYE, Stan vs VMI (12/19/10) MOORE, Cameron vs UAB (2/9/11)

Assists

9 8

COOPER, D.J. vs Ohio (3/15/11) YOUNG, Brock vs ECU (1/22/11)

Steals

7 5

MONTGOMERY,Joshua at Savannah State (12/15/10) STRAUGHN, Erin at ECU (02/12/11)

Blocked Shots 6 4 4 4 4

JENNINGS, Terrence at LOUISVILLE (11/27/10) KEELY, Reggie vs Ohio (3/15/11) CLANTON, Keith at UCF (1/5/11) HERZOG, Tom at UCF (1/5/11) Jabbi, Mahamoud vs Binghamton (12/28/10)

Turnovers

8 7

MORGAN, Joseph vs West Virginia Tech (11/12/10) McNEIL, Maurice vs Houston (03/09/11)

Fouls

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

STONE, Julyan vs UTEP (03/10/11) BROWN, Adam vs Houston (03/09/11) WASHINGTON, Kendrick vs Houston (03/09/11) McCULLEY, Gabriel at UTEP (03/02/11) RICHARD, Joe vs Tulsa (2/23/11) IDLET, Steven vs Tulsa (2/23/11) MAGLEY, D.J. vs Tulsa (2/23/11) CALLAHAN, Jordan at Tulane (2/19/11)

2010-11 STATISTICS 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

RICHARD, Kris at Tulane (2/19/11) ABRAMS, Jamar at ECU (02/12/11) SHERROD, Jontae at ECU (02/12/11) MORROW, Darrius at ECU (02/12/11) AYARZA, Josimar at Southern Miss (2/5/11) CARMOUCHE, Charles vs Memphis (1/29/11) BARTON, Antonio vs Memphis (1/29/11) FIELDS, Dexter at UAB (1/26/11) FLOWERS, John vs West Virginia (1/19/11) THOROUGHMAN, Cam vs West Virginia (1/19/11) AYARZA, Josimar vs Southern Miss (1/8/11) ADEGBOYE,Ogo at St. Bonaventure (01/02/11) COOK,Da’Quan at St. Bonaventure (01/02/11) SIMMONS,Marquise at St. Bonaventure (01/02/11) Wells, Julius at James Madison (12/22/10) Louis, Ben at James Madison (12/22/10) GABRIEL, Keith vs VMI (12/19/10) Russell, Tremayne vs FIU (11/29/10) Wright, DeJuan vs FIU (11/29/10) Allen, Jeremy vs FIU (11/29/10) Roberts, Marvin vs FIU (11/29/10) JENNINGS, Terrence at LOUISVILLE (11/27/10) KNOWLES, Preston at LOUISVILLE (11/27/10) PROCTOR, Josh vs West Virginia Tech (11/12/10) MORGAN, Joseph vs West Virginia Tech (11/12/10) BUCHBINDER, Roi vs West Virginia Tech (11/12/10)

Damier Pitts celebrates with Marshall fans following the Herd’s 75-71 win over in-state rival West Virginia on Jan. 19, 2011.

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DEPARTED SENIORS TIRRELL BAINES

ORLANDO ALLEN

Year GP-GS 2010-11 32-2 TOTAL 32-2

Min. Avg. 319 10.0 319 10.0

Year GP-GS Min. 2007-08 30-29 824 2008-09 32-17 735 2009-10 28-11 469 2010-11 34-34 971 TOTAL 124-91 2999

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Avg. 27.5 23.0 16.8 28.6 24.2

FG-A 20-48 20-48

Pct .417 .417

Allen’s Career Statistics 3FG-A Pct FT-A Pct Off Def Tot Avg 0-0 .000 7-17 .412 33 44 77 2.4 0-0 .000 7-17 .412 33 44 77 2.4

FG-A 124-237 103-198 69-126 172-327 468-888

Pct .523 .520 .548 .526 .527

3FG-A 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-5 1-7

Baines’ Career Statistics Pct FT-A Pct Off Def .000 98-134 .731 84 91 .000 73-113 .646 69 89 1.000 39-66 .591 56 45 .000 91-119 .765 98 126 .143 301-432 .697 307 351

Tot 175 158 101 224 658

PF FO 72 2 72 2

Avg PF 5.8 69 4.9 61 3.6 44 6.6 81 5.3 255

FO 1 0 0 3 4

A 3 3

TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 24 24 3 47 1.5 24 24 3 47 1.5

A TO 14 54 23 43 14 17 30 59 81 173

Blk 10 15 6 11 42

Stl 18 21 10 15 64

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Pts 346 279 178 435 1238

Avg 11.5 8.7 6.4 12.8 10.0


MARSHALL I ------- C-USA GAMES ------- I TEAM

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UAB # 12-4 .750 6-2 TULSA 11-5 .688 7-1 UTEP 11-5 .688 7-1 MEMPHIS % 10-6 .625 7-1 SOUTHERN MISS 9-7 .563 6-2 MARSHALL 9-7 .563 6-2 SMU 8-8 .500 5-3 EAST CAROLINA 8-8 .500 5-3 UCF 6-10 .375 4-4 RICE 5-11 .313 2-6 HOUSTON 4-12 .250 3-5 TULANE 3-13 .188 2-6 # C-USA Regular Season Champion

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6-2 4-4 4-4 3-5 3-5 3-5 3-5 3-5 2-6 3-5 1-7 1-7

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A

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22-9 .710 13-2 9-5 0-2 19-13 .594 12-5 4-7 3-1 25-10 .714 19-3 5-6 1-1 25-10 .714 17-2 5-6 3-2 22-10 .688 13-2 6-6 3-2 22-12 .647 14-4 6-8 2-0 20-15 .571 15-7 5-7 0-1 18-16 .529 11-5 4-8 3-3 21-12 .636 15-4 4-7 2-1 14-18 .438 9-7 3-8 2-3 12-18 .400 10-6 2-11 0-1 13-17 .433 9-6 4-10 0-1 %C-USA Tournament Champion

ALL-CONFERENCE USA FIRST TEAM Randy Culpepper, UTEP, G, 6-0, 165, Sr. Papa Dia, SMU, F, 6-9, 235, Sr. Gary Flowers, Southern Miss, F, 6-8, 214, Sr. Justin Hurtt, Tulsa, G, 6-4, 201, Sr. Aaron Johnson, UAB, G, 5-8, 185, Sr. Jamarr Sanders, UAB, G, 6-4, 200, Sr. ALL-CONFERENCE USA SECOND TEAM Marcus Jordan, UCF, G, 6-3, 200, So. Arsalan Kazemi, Rice, F, 6-7, 205, So. Cameron Moore, UAB, F, 6-9, 205, Jr. Julyan Stone, UTEP, G, 6-7, 200, Sr. Kendall Timmons, Tulane, G/F, 6-8, 205, So. ALL-CONFERENCE USA THIRD TEAM Will Barton, Memphis, G, 6-6, 175, Fr. Keith Clanton, UCF, F, 6-8, 240, So. DeAndre Kane, Marshall, G, 6-4, 200, Fr. Robert Nyakundi, SMU, F, 6-8, 220, Jr. Jontae Sherrod, ECU, G, 6-3, 210, Sr. ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM DeAndre Kane, Marshall, G, 6-4, 200 Will Barton, Memphis, G, 6-6, 175 Tarik Black, Memphis, F, 6-8, 252 D.J. Newbill, Southern Miss, G, 6-4, 185 Jordan Clarkson, Tulsa, G, 6-4, 180 ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM Zamal Nixon, Houston, G, 6-1, 170, Sr. Papa Dia, SMU, F, 6-9, 235, Sr. Sai’Quon Stone, Southern Miss, G, 6-6, 225 Aaron Johnson, UAB, G, 5-8, 185, Sr. Julyan Stone, UTEP, G, 6-7, 200, Sr.

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Streak

7-3 8-2 7-3 7-3 5-5 7-3 4-6 5-5 6-4 3-7 1-9 1-9

L2 L1 L2 L1 L1 L2 L1 L2 L1 L1 L7 L2

Player of the Year Aaron Johnson, UAB

Buick GMC Conference USA Basketball Championship Don Haskins Center, El Paso, Texas Wednesday, March 9 (8) East Carolina 75, (9) UCF 60 (5) Southern Miss 63, (12) Tulane 47 (6) Marshall 97, (11) Houston 87 (10) Rice 58, (7) SMU 57 Thursday, March 10 East Carolina 75, (1) UAB 70 (OT) (4) Memphis 66, Southern Miss 63 (3) UTEP 77, Marshall 65 (2) Tulsa 81, Rice 72 Friday, March 11 UTEP 66, Tulsa 54 Memphis 76, East Carolina 56

Freshman of the Year DeAndre Kane, Marshall Newcomer of the Year Scottie Haralson, Tulsa

Saturday, March 12 Memphis 67, UTEP 66

Defensive Player of the Year Papa Dia, SMU Sixth Player of the Year Brock Young, East Carolina Coach of the Year Mike Davis, UAB

All-Tournament Team Darrius Morrow, East Carolina Joe Jackson, Memphis (MVP) Jusn Hur, Tulsa Randy Culpepper, UTEP Chrisan Polk, UTEP

CONFERENCE USA IN 2010-11 POSTSEASON PLAY NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship First Four Tuesday, March 15-Dayton, Ohio (12) Clemson 70, (12) UAB 52

Saturday, March 19 SMU 63, Jacksoville 62 Monday, March 21 SMU 57, Northern Iowa 50

First/Second Rounds Friday, March 18-Tulsa, Okla. (5) Arizona 77, (12) Memphis 75

Friday, March 25 Santa Clara 72, SMU 55

National Invitational Tournament Tuesday, March 15 (4) New Mexico 69 , (5) UTEP 57

College Basketball Invitational Wednesday, March 16 UCF 69, St. Bonaventure 54

CollegeInsider.com Tournament Tuesday, March 15 Jacksonville 71, East Carolina 66 (ot) Ohio 65, Marshall 64

Monday, March 21 UCF 66, Rhode Island 54 Wednesday, March 23 Creighton 82, UCF 64

Wednesday, March 16 SMU 64, Oral Roberts 57 (ot)

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2010-11 C-USA REVIEW INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS ALL GAMES SCORING RK Player-Team 1. HURTT, Justin-TLS 2. CULPEPPER, R.-UTEP 3. FLOWERS, Gary-USM 4. DIA, Papa-SMU 5. SANDERS, Jamarr-UAB 6. TIMMONS, Kendall-TLN 7. SHERROD, Jontae-ECU 8. KAZEMI, Arsalan-RICE 9. JORDAN, Marcus-UCF 10. KANE, DeAndre-MAR 11. NYAKUNDI, Robert-SMU 12. CLANTON, Keith-UCF 13. MOORE, Cameron-UAB 14. JACKSON, Tamir-RICE 15. CALLAHAN, Jordan-TLN 16. McNEIL, Maurice-HOU 17. MORROW, Darrius-ECU 18. BAINES, Tirrell-MAR 19. BROWN, Adam-HOU 20. HORTON, R.L.-USM

Cl SR SR SR SR SR SO SR SO SO FR JR SO JR SO SO SR JR SR SR SR

Avg 20.0 19.3 18.8 18.3 17.8 17.0 15.6 15.2 15.2 15.1 14.3 14.2 14.0 13.9 13.7 13.3 13.0 12.8 12.6 12.4

REBOUNDING RK Player-Team 1. KAZEMI, Arsalan-RICE 2. DIA, Papa-SMU 3. MOORE, Cameron-UAB 4. TIMMONS, Kendall-TLN 5. FLOWERS, Gary-USM 6. CLANTON, Keith-UCF 7. McNEIL, Maurice-HOU 8. STONE, Julyan-UTEP 9. BAINES, Tirrell-MAR 10. IDLET, Steven-TLS

Cl SO SR JR SO SR SO SR SR SR JR

Avg/G 11.0 9.6 9.3 8.3 7.7 7.7 7.6 7.5 6.6 6.3

FIELD GOAL PCT (Min. 4.0 made per game) RK Player-Team Cl Pct 1. DIA, Papa-SMU SR .577 2. McNEIL, Maurice-HOU SR .533 3. CLANTON, Keith-UCF SO .529 4. IDLET, Steven-TLS JR .527 5. BAINES, Tirrell-MAR SR .526 6. KAZEMI, Arsalan-RICE SO .525 7. MORROW, Darrius-ECU JR .509 8. NYAKUNDI, Robert-SMU JR .481 9. FLOWERS, Gary-USM SR .476 10. MOORE, Cameron-UAB JR .472 ASSISTS RK Player-Team Cl 1. JOHNSON, Aaron-UAB SR 2. STONE, Julyan-UTEP SR 3. NIXON, Zamal-HOU SR 4. YOUNG, Brock-ECU SR 5. CALLAHAN, Jordan-TLN SO 6. JOHNSON, Angelo-USM JR 7. JACKSON, Tamir-RICE SO 8. KANE, DeAndre-MAR FR 9. SAMARRIPPAS,Jeremiah-SMU FR 10. CRAWFORD, Chris-MEM FR

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Avg/G 7.71 5.26 4.70 4.43 4.13 4.13 3.59 3.44 3.43 3.34

FREE THROW PCT (Min. 2.0 made per game) RK Player-Team Cl Pct 1. NIXON, Zamal-HOU SR .922 2. FRIZZELLE, Connor-RICE JR .901 3. NYAKUNDI, Robert-SMU JR .900 4. STONE, Sai’Quon-USM SR .846 5. HURTT, Justin-TLS SR .811 6. SANDERS, Jamarr-UAB SR .807 7. SHERROD, Jontae-ECU SR .794 8. CLARKSON, Jordan-TLS FR .793 9. JOHNSON, Aaron-UAB SR .779 10. JORDAN, Marcus-UCF SO .775 STEALS RK Player-Team 1. CULPEPPER, Randy-UTEP 2. TIMMONS, Kendall-TLN 3. NIXON, Zamal-HOU 4. RICHARD, Kris-TLN 5. GAINES, Corvonn-ECU 6. CRAWFORD, Chris-MEM 7. BARTON, Will-MEM 8. STONE, Julyan-UTEP 9. JOHNSON, Aaron-UAB 10. FRIZZELLE, Connor-RICE

Cl SR SO SR SR SO FR FR SR SR JR

Avg/G 2.03 1.93 1.77 1.70 1.62 1.57 1.54 1.49 1.45 1.41

BLOCKED SHOTS RK Player-Team 1. DIA, Papa-SMU 2. HERZOG, Tom-UCF 3. CLANTON, Keith-UCF 4. BLACK, Tarik-MEM 5. MOORE, Cameron-UAB 6. McNEIL, Maurice-HOU 7. FLOWERS, Gary-USM 8. THOMAS, Kevin-TLN 9. SPIKES, Nigel-MAR 10. BOHANNON, John-UTEP

Cl SR SR SO FR JR SR SR FR SO FR

Avg/G 2.23 2.03 1.82 1.60 1.46 1.45 1.42 1.04 1.00 0.97

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (Min. 3.0 assists/game) RK Player-Team 1. JOHNSON, Angelo-USM 2. STONE, Julyan-UTEP 3. JOHNSON, Aaron-UAB 4. GAINES, Corvonn-ECU 5. NIXON, Zamal-HOU

Cl JR SR SR SO SR

Avg-Ratio 1.3-3.07 1.9-2.83 3.5-2.17 1.4-2.14 2.3-2.04

CONFERENCE USA GAMES SCORING ## Player-Team 1. CULPEPPER, Randy-UTEP 2. DIA, Papa-SMU 3. HURTT, Justin-TLS 4. FLOWERS, Gary-USM 5. SANDERS, Jamarr-UAB 6. SHERROD, Jontae-ECU TIMMONS, Kendall-TLN 8. JORDAN, Marcus-UCF 9. PITTS, Damier-MAR 10. CALLAHAN, Jordan-TLN 11. KANE, DeAndre-MAR 12. JACKSON, Tamir-RICE

Cl SR SR SR SR SR SR SO SO JR SO FR SO

Avg 20.8 20.0 19.2 18.1 18.0 17.1 17.1 15.8 14.9 14.8 14.7 14.3

13. NYAKUNDI, Robert-SMU 14. BAINES, Tirrell-MAR MORROW, Darrius-ECU 16. MOORE, Cameron-UAB 17. HORTON, R.L.-USM 18. KAZEMI, Arsalan-RICE 19. McNEIL, Maurice-HOU 20. BARTON, Will-MEM

JR SR JR JR SR SO SR FR

13.8 13.3 13.3 13.0 12.9 12.9 12.9 12.3

REBOUNDING ## Player-Team 1. KAZEMI, Arsalan-RICE 2. DIA, Papa-SMU SR 3. MOORE, Cameron-UAB 4. STONE, Julyan-UTEP 5. TIMMONS, Kendall-TLN 6. CLANTON, Keith-UCF 7. FLOWERS, Gary-USM 8. IDLET, Steven-TLS 9. NEWBILL, D.J.-USM 10. HARRIS, Alandise-HOU

Cl SO 16 JR SR SO SO SR JR FR FR

Avg/G 11.1 9.6 9.5 8.2 7.8 7.8 7.4 6.7 6.4 6.4

FIELD GOAL PCT (Min. 4.0 made per game) ## Player-Team Cl Pct 1. DIA, Papa-SMU SR .559 2. BAINES, Tirrell-MAR SR .554 3. BLACK, Tarik-MEM FR .541 4. MORROW, Darrius-ECU JR .526 5. McNEIL, Maurice-HOU SR .524 6. NYAKUNDI, Robert-SMU JR .518 7. CLANTON, Keith-UCF SO .483 8. CULPEPPER, Randy-UTEP SR .459 9. BARTON, Will-MEM FR .459 10. FLOWERS, Gary-USM SR .444 ASSISTS ## Player-Team 1. JOHNSON, Aaron-UAB 2. STONE, Julyan-UTEP 3. PITTS, Damier-MAR 4. YOUNG, Brock-ECU 5. NIXON, Zamal-HOU 6. CALLAHAN, Jordan-TLN 7. JACKSON, Tamir-RICE SAMARRIPPAS,J.-SMU 9. KANE, DeAndre-MAR JOHNSON, Angelo-USM

Cl SR SR JR SR SR SO SO FR FR JR

Avg/G 7.63 5.69 4.75 4.50 4.31 4.00 3.81 3.81 3.63 3.63

FREE THROW PCT (Min. 2.0 made per game) ## Player-Team Cl Pct 1. NIXON, Zamal-HOU SR .908 2. FRIZZELLE, Connor-RICE JR .896 3. NYAKUNDI, Robert-SMU JR .889 4. PITTS, Damier-MAR JR .878 5. STONE, Sai’Quon-USM SR .842 6. CLARKSON, Jordan-TLS FR .821 7. JORDAN, Marcus-UCF SO .809 8. BOLDEN, Maurice-USM JR .800 9. SHERROD, Jontae-ECU SR .778 10. HORTON, R.L.-USM SR .770 STEALS RK Player-Team 1. CULPEPPER, Randy-UTEP 2. TIMMONS, Kendall-TLN

Cl SR SO

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JACKSON, Tamir-RICE STONE, Julyan-UTEP 5. RICHARD, Kris-TLN 6. CALLAHAN, Jordan-TLN 7. SAMARRIPPAS,J.-SMU 8. GAINES, Corvonn-ECU CRAWFORD, Chris-MEM 10. YOUNG, Brock-ECU FRIZZELLE, Connor-RICE

SO SR SR SO FR SO FR SR JR

1.75 1.75 1.69 1.63 1.56 1.50 1.50 1.44 1.44

BLOCKED SHOTS ## Player-Team 1. DIA, Papa-SMU 2. BLACK, Tarik-MEM 3. MOORE, Cameron-UAB 4. McNEIL, Maurice-HOU 5. CLANTON, Keith-UCF 6. THOMAS, Kevin-TLN 7. HERZOG, Tom-UCF 8. FLOWERS, Gary-USM 9. SPIKES, Nigel-MAR 10. KAZEMI, Arsalan-RICE MADUKA, Kodi-TLS

Cl SR FR JR SR SO FR SR SR SO SO FR

Avg/G 2.88 2.25 1.85 1.80 1.75 1.67 1.64 1.38 1.19 1.13 1.13

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (Min. 3.0 assists/game) ## Player-Team 1. STONE, Julyan-UTEP 2. JOHNSON, Angelo-USM 3. JOHNSON, Aaron-UAB 4. NIXON, Zamal-HOU 5. YOUNG, Brock-ECU

Cl SR JR SR SR SR

Avg-Ratio 1.8-3.14 1.3-2.90 3.4-2.26 2.3-1.92 2.4-1.85

TEAM STATISTICS ALL GAMES SCORING OFFENSE RK Team 1. Southern Miss 2. Marshall 3. Memphis 4. UTEP 5. Tulsa 6. UCF 7. Houston 8. Tulane 9. UAB 10. East Carolina 11. Rice 12. SMU

G 32 34 35 35 32 33 30 30 31 34 32 35

W-L 22-10 22-12 25-10 25-10 19-13 21-12 12-18 13-17 22-9 18-16 14-18 20-15

Pts-Avg 2371-74.1 2499-73.5 2524-72.1 2470-70.6 2255-70.5 2271-68.8 2061-68.7 2057-68.6 2119-68.4 2319-68.2 2148-67.1 2262-64.6

SCORING DEFENSE RK Team 1. SMU 2. UAB 3. UCF 4. UTEP 5. Southern Miss 6. Tulane 7. Rice 8. East Carolina 9. Marshall 10. Tulsa

G 35 31 33 35 32 30 32 34 34 32

Pts 2147 1940 2080 2225 2093 1975 2149 2288 2291 2165

Avg/G 61.3 62.6 63.0 63.6 65.4 65.8 67.2 67.3 67.4 67.7

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35 30

2392 2092

SCORING MARGIN RK Team 1. Southern Miss 2. UTEP 3. Marshall 4. UCF 5. UAB 6. Memphis 7. SMU 8. Tulsa 9. Tulane 10. East Carolina 11. Rice 12. Houston

G 32 35 34 33 31 35 35 32 30 34 32 30

OFF 74.1 70.6 73.5 68.8 68.4 72.1 64.6 70.5 68.6 68.2 67.1 68.7

FREE THROW PCT RK Team 1. SMU 2. Southern Miss 3. Rice 4. UAB 5. Tulsa 6. East Carolina 7. UCF 8. Tulane 9. Memphis 10. Marshall 11. UTEP 12. Houston

G 35 32 32 31 32 34 33 30 35 34 35 30

FTM 409 549 530 368 535 591 542 411 532 603 515 433

68.3 69.7

DEF 65.4 63.6 67.4 63.0 62.6 68.3 61.3 67.7 65.8 67.3 67.2 69.7

Margin +8.7 +7.0 +6.1 +5.8 +5.8 +3.8 +3.3 +2.8 +2.7 +0.9 +0.0 -1.0

FTA 551 752 733 513 763 854 785 597 782 888 769 647

Pct .742 .730 .723 .717 .701 .692 .690 .688 .680 .679 .670 .669

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES RK Team G FG 1. SMU 35 788 2. UTEP 35 878 3. Houston 30 726 4. UCF 33 767 5. Southern Miss 32 825 6. Marshall 34 854 7. Memphis 35 891 8. Tulsa 32 753 9. UAB 31 756 10. Tulane 30 708 11. Rice 32 725 12. East Carolina 34 735

FGA 1634 1886 1580 1690 1821 1887 1975 1717 1725 1646 1696 1728

Pct .482 .466 .459 .454 .453 .453 .451 .439 .438 .430 .427 .425

FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE RK Team G FG 1. UTEP 35 784 2. UCF 33 751 3. UAB 31 699 4. Memphis 35 828 5. Southern Miss 32 711 6. SMU 35 759 7. Marshall 34 817 8. Houston 30 729 9. Tulsa 32 735 10. East Carolina 34 799 11. Rice 32 706 12. Tulane 30 695

FGA 1959 1832 1692 1987 1700 1802 1939 1726 1739 1863 1606 1524

Pct .400 .410 .413 .417 .418 .421 .421 .422 .423 .429 .440 .456

3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE RK Team G FG

FGA

Pct

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

SMU Houston Southern Miss Tulane UTEP East Carolina Tulsa UAB UCF Memphis Rice Marshall

35 30 32 30 35 34 32 31 33 35 32 34

277 176 172 230 199 258 214 239 195 210 168 188

703 452 468 632 547 721 613 698 582 639 513 583

.394 .389 .368 .364 .364 .358 .349 .342 .335 .329 .327 .322

3-POINT FG PCT DEFENSE RK Team G FG 1. Marshall 34 185 2. UTEP 35 220 3. UAB 31 156 4. Houston 30 172 5. Memphis 35 205 6. East Carolina 34 209 7. Tulsa 32 180 8. Tulane 30 174 9. UCF 33 190 10. Southern Miss 32 220 11. SMU 35 237 12. Rice 32 244

FGA 620 718 503 546 622 630 539 516 538 618 628 645

Pct .298 .306 .310 .315 .330 .332 .334 .337 .353 .356 .377 .378

REBOUNDING OFFENSE RK Team G 1. Southern Miss 32 2. Marshall 34 3. Tulsa 32 4. UAB 31 5. Memphis 35 6. UCF 33 7. Rice 32 8. UTEP 35 9. Houston 30 10. East Carolina 34 11. Tulane 30 12. SMU 35

Reb 1228 1298 1184 1109 1246 1153 1082 1182 1013 1138 956 966

Avg/G 38.4 38.2 37.0 35.8 35.6 34.9 33.8 33.8 33.8 33.5 31.9 27.6

REBOUNDING DEFENSE RK Team G 1. SMU 35 2. Southern Miss 32 3. Tulsa 32 4. Rice 32 5. UCF 33 6. Tulane 30 7. UAB 31 8. Marshall 34 9. Memphis 35 10. East Carolina 34 11. Houston 30 12. UTEP 35

Reb 1077 985 1006 1008 1079 1001 1035 1136 1217 1207 1067 1267

Avg/G 30.8 30.8 31.4 31.5 32.7 33.4 33.4 33.4 34.8 35.5 35.6 36.2

REBOUNDING MARGIN RK Team G TM-Avg 1. So. Miss 32 1228-38.4 2. Tulsa 32 1184-37.0 3. Marshall 34 1298-38.2 4. UAB 31 1109-35.8 5. Rice 32 1082-33.8

OPP-Avg 985-30.8 1006-31.4 1136-33.4 1035-33.4 1008-31.5

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UCF Memphis Tulane Houston ECU UTEP SMU

33 35 30 30 34 35 35

1079-32.7 1217-34.8 1001-33.4 1067-35.6 1207-35.5 1267-36.2 1077-30.8

+2.2 +0.8 -1.5 -1.8 -2.0 -2.4 -3.2

FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE RK Team G FG 1. UTEP 35 784 2. UCF 33 751 3. UAB 31 699 4. Memphis 35 828 5. Southern Miss 32 711 6. SMU 35 759 7. Marshall 34 817 8. Houston 30 729 9. Tulsa 32 735 10. East Carolina 34 799 11. Rice 32 706 12. Tulane 30 695

FGA 1959 1832 1692 1987 1700 1802 1939 1726 1739 1863 1606 1524

Pct .400 .410 .413 .417 .418 .421 .421 .422 .423 .429 .440 .456

3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE RK Team G FG 1. SMU 35 277 2. Houston 30 176 3. Southern Miss 32 172 4. Tulane 30 230 5. UTEP 35 199 6. East Carolina 34 258 7. Tulsa 32 214 8. UAB 31 239 9. UCF 33 195 10. Memphis 35 210 11. Rice 32 168 12. Marshall 34 188

FGA 703 452 468 632 547 721 613 698 582 639 513 583

Pct .394 .389 .368 .364 .364 .358 .349 .342 .335 .329 .327 .322

3-POINT FG PCT DEFENSE RK Team G FG 1. Marshall 34 185 2. UTEP 35 220 3. UAB 31 156 4. Houston 30 172 5. Memphis 35 205 6. East Carolina 34 209 7. Tulsa 32 180 8. Tulane 30 174 9. UCF 33 190 10. Southern Miss 32 220 11. SMU 35 237 12. Rice 32 244

FGA 620 718 503 546 622 630 539 516 538 618 628 645

Pct .298 .306 .310 .315 .330 .332 .334 .337 .353 .356 .377 .378

BLOCKED SHOTS RK Team 1. UCF 2. Memphis 3. Houston 4. UTEP 5. Tulsa 6. Southern Miss 7. Marshall 8. UAB 9. SMU 10. East Carolina

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1153-34.9 1246-35.6 956-31.9 1013-33.8 1138-33.5 1182-33.8 966-27.6

G 33 35 30 35 32 32 34 31 35 34

Blocks 190 183 125 133 119 115 122 97 108 95

Avg/G 5.76 5.23 4.17 3.80 3.72 3.59 3.59 3.13 3.09 2.79

11. Tulane 12. Rice ASSISTS RK Team 1. UTEP 2. Memphis 3. SMU 4. UAB 5. Houston 6. Tulane 7. East Carolina 8. Marshall 9. Rice 10. UCF 11. Southern Miss 12. Tulsa STEALS RK Team 1. Memphis 2. Tulane 3. Rice 4. UTEP 5. East Carolina 6. SMU 7. UCF 8. Houston 9. Southern Miss 10. UAB 11. Marshall 12. Tulsa 3-POINT FG MADE RK Team 1. SMU 2. UAB 3. Tulane 4. East Carolina 5. Tulsa 6. Memphis 7. UCF 8. Houston 9. UTEP 10. Marshall 11. Southern Miss 12. Rice

30 32

G 35 35 35 31 30 30 34 34 32 33 32 32

G 35 30 32 35 34 35 33 30 32 31 34 32

G 35 31 30 34 32 35 33 30 35 34 32 32

82 76

Assists 538 512 488 420 404 403 440 439 411 405 380 365

Steals 297 208 217 237 221 217 200 169 178 164 166 142

3FG 277 239 230 258 214 210 195 176 199 188 172 168

2.73 2.38

Avg/G 15.37 14.63 13.94 13.55 13.47 13.43 12.94 12.91 12.84 12.27 11.88 11.41

Avg/G 8.49 6.93 6.78 6.77 6.50 6.20 6.06 5.63 5.56 5.29 4.88 4.44

Avg/G 7.91 7.71 7.67 7.59 6.69 6.00 5.91 5.87 5.69 5.53 5.38 5.25

TEAM STATISTICS CONFERENCE USA GAMES SCORING OFFENSE RK Team 1. Southern Miss 2. Marshall 3. UTEP 4. Tulsa 5. UAB 6. East Carolina 7. Rice 8. Houston 9. Memphis 10. Tulane 11. SMU

G 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

W-L 9-7 9-7 11-5 11-5 12-4 8-8 5-11 4-12 10-6 3-13 8-8

Pts Avg/G 1147 71.7 1136 71.0 1107 69.2 1094 68.4 1080 67.5 1066 66.6 1053 65.8 1050 65.6 1043 65.2 1035 64.7 1010 63.1

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SCORING DEFENSE RK Team 1. SMU 2. UAB 3. UTEP 4. Tulsa 5. Memphis 6. UCF 7. Marshall 8. Rice 9. East Carolina 10. Tulane 11. Southern Miss 12. Houston

G 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

Pts 999 1007 1018 1039 1054 1078 1087 1092 1101 1113 1115 1128

Avg/G 62.4 62.9 63.6 64.9 65.9 67.4 67.9 68.2 68.8 69.6 69.7 70.5

SCORING MARGIN RK Team 1. UTEP 2. UAB 3. Tulsa 4. Marshall 5. Southern Miss 6. SMU 7. Memphis 8. East Carolina 9. Rice 10. UCF 11. Houston Tulane

G 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

OFF 69.2 67.5 68.4 71.0 71.7 63.1 65.2 66.6 65.8 63.1 65.6 64.7

DEF 63.6 62.9 64.9 67.9 69.7 62.4 65.9 68.8 68.2 67.4 70.5 69.6

Margin +5.6 +4.6 +3.4 +3.1 +2.0 +0.7 -0.7 -2.2 -2.4 -4.2 -4.9 -4.9

FREE THROW PCT RK Team 1. Southern Miss 2. SMU 3. Houston 4. Rice 5. UCF 6. Tulsa 7. UAB 8. UTEP 9. Marshall 10. East Carolina 11. Tulane 12. Memphis

G 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

FTM 262 168 227 247 245 269 183 234 257 278 176 201

FTA 355 228 317 345 346 381 261 335 372 405 268 311

Pct .738 .737 .716 .716 .708 .706 .701 .699 .691 .686 .657 .646

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES RK Team G FG 1. SMU 16 362 2. Houston 16 365 3. UTEP 16 390 4. Southern Miss 16 402 5. Memphis 16 386 6. Marshall 16 395 7. UAB 16 389 8. Tulsa 16 360 9. Rice 16 357 10. East Carolina 16 333 11. Tulane 16 364 12. UCF 16 336

FGA 734 803 866 893 860 881 886 830 849 795 870 816

Pct .493 .455 .450 .450 .449 .448 .439 .434 .420 .419 .418 .412

FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE RK Team G FG 1. Tulsa 16 354

FGA 860

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16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

359 357 356 346 390 384 346 392 382 387 386

871 844 830 794 892 878 777 873 837 828 799

.412 .423 .429 .436 .437 .437 .445 .449 .456 .467 .483

3-POINT FG PCT RK Team 1. Houston 2. SMU 3. Tulane 4. UTEP 5. East Carolina 6. Rice 7. Southern Miss 8. Tulsa 9. UAB 10. Marshall 11. UCF 12. Memphis

G 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

FG 93 118 131 93 122 92 81 105 119 89 93 70

FGA 229 293 348 248 342 259 230 308 365 281 295 256

Pct .406 .403 .376 .375 .357 .355 .352 .341 .326 .317 .315 .273

3-POINT FG PCT DEFENSE RK Team G FG 1. Marshall 16 75 2. Tulsa 16 84 3. UTEP 16 107 4. Memphis 16 88 5. Houston 16 102 6. UAB 16 84 7. East Carolina 16 111 8. Rice 16 115 9. Tulane 16 96 10. UCF 16 106 11. SMU 16 114 12. Southern Miss 16 124

FGA 259 269 342 279 314 251 299 307 254 280 291 309

Pct .290 .312 .313 .315 .325 .335 .371 .375 .378 .379 .392 .401

REBOUNDING OFFENSE RK Team G 1. Tulsa 16 2. Marshall 16 3. Southern Miss 16 4. UAB 16 5. Memphis 16 6. UCF 16 7. Rice 16 8. UTEP 16 9. Houston 16 10. East Carolina 16 11. Tulane 16 12. SMU 16

Reb 596 585 565 562 547 535 520 513 490 489 461 414

Avg/G 37.2 36.6 35.3 35.1 34.2 33.4 32.5 32.1 30.6 30.6 28.8 25.9

REBOUNDING DEFENSE RK Team G 1. SMU 16 2. Southern Miss 16 3. Tulsa 16 4. UAB 16 5. Rice 16 6. Marshall 16

Reb 464 477 492 506 511 513

Avg/G 29.0 29.8 30.8 31.6 31.9 32.1

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16 16 16 16 16 16

542 545 551 554 559 563

33.9 34.1 34.4 34.6 34.9 35.2

REBOUNDING MARGIN RK Team G TM-Avg OPP-Avg Mar 1. Tulsa 16 596-37.2 492-30.8 +6.5 2. So. Miss 16 565-35.3 477-29.8 +5.5 3. Marshall 16 585-36.6 513-32.1 +4.5 4. UAB 16 562-35.1 506-31.6 +3.5 5. Rice 16 520-32.5 511-31.9 +0.6 6. Memphis 16 547-34.2 545-34.1 +0.1 7. UCF 16 535-33.4 542-33.9 -0.4 8. UTEP 16 513-32.1 559-34.9 -2.9 9. SMU 16 414-25.9 464-29.0 -3.1 10. Houston 16 490-30.6 554-34.6 -4.0 11. ECU 16 489-30.6 563-35.2 -4.6 12. Tulane 16 461-28.8 551-34.4 -5.6 BLOCKED SHOTS RK Team 1. Memphis 2. UCF 3. Houston 4. Tulsa 5. Marshall 6. SMU 7. UAB 8. Southern Miss 9. Tulane 10. Rice 11. UTEP 12. East Carolina

G 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

Blocks 90 83 69 67 60 58 53 49 46 45 40 31

Avg/G 5.63 5.19 4.31 4.19 3.75 3.63 3.31 3.06 2.88 2.81 2.50 1.94

ASSISTS RK Team 1. UTEP 2. SMU 3. UAB Tulane 5. Marshall Memphis 7. East Carolina Rice 9. Houston 10. Southern Miss 11. Tulsa 12. UCF

G 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

Assists 236 231 215 215 210 210 199 199 191 185 179 162

Avg/G 14.75 14.44 13.44 13.44 13.13 13.13 12.44 12.44 11.94 11.56 11.19 10.13

STEALS RK Team 1. Rice 2. Memphis 3. East Carolina 4. UTEP 5. SMU Tulane 7. UCF 8. UAB Southern Miss 10. Houston 11. Tulsa

G 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

Steals 123 120 115 111 107 107 88 83 83 81 73

Avg/G 7.69 7.50 7.19 6.94 6.69 6.69 5.50 5.19 5.19 5.06 4.56

12. Marshall

16

70

4.38

3-POINT FG MADE RK Team 1. Tulane 2. East Carolina 3. UAB 4. SMU 5. Tulsa 6. Houston UCF UTEP 9. Rice 10. Marshall 11. Southern Miss 12. Memphis

G 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16

3FG 131 122 119 118 105 93 93 93 92 89 81 70

Avg/G 8.19 7.63 7.44 7.38 6.56 5.81 5.81 5.81 5.75 5.56 5.06 4.38

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History and Records

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Leo Byrd

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MARSHALL IN THE NBA ALL-TIME NBA/ABA PLAYERS Bob Allen Mike D’Antoni

Hal Greer was named one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History in 1996.

Andy Tonkovich was the first overall pick in the 1948 NBA Draft by Providence.

ALL-TIME NBA/ABA DRAFT PICKS Hassan Whiteside 2010 Tamar Slay 2002 Don Turney 1985 LaVerne Evans 1984 Charles Jones 1983 Mike D’Antoni 1973 ABA Supp. Draft Randy Noll 1973 Russell Lee 1972 Randy Noll 1972 Blaine Henry 1971 Bob Allen 1968 George Stone 1968 Bob Redd 1968 Bob Burgess 1962 John Milhoan 1960 Leo Byrd 1959 Hal Greer 1958 Cebe Price 1957 Charlie Slack 1956 Walt Walowac 1954 Andy Tonkovich 1948

2nd Rd. Sacramento 33rd overall 2nd Rd. New Jersey 54th overall 7th Rd. Indiana 157th overall 6th Rd. Dallas 130th overall 9th Rd. New York 196th overall 2nd Rd. KC-Omaha 20th overall • 1973 1st Rd. (San Antonio) 7th overall 5th Rd. Buffalo 72nd overall 1st Rd. Milwaukee 6th overall 6th Rd. Atlanta 88th overall 11th Rd. Milwaukee 182nd overall 6th Rd. San Francisco 71st overall 9th Rd. L.A. Lakers 115th overall 11th Rd. New York 141st overall 5th Rd. New York 38th overall 13th Rd. Cincinnati 82nd overall 4th Rd. Cincinnati 25th overall 2nd Rd. Syracuse 14th overall 8th Rd. Syracuse 61st overall 4th Rd. Fort Wayne 31st overall 3rd Rd. Milwaukee 20th overall 1st Rd. Providence 1st overall

1968-69 1973-75 1975-76 1976-77 Hal Greer 1958-63 1963-73 Billy James 1973-74 Gene James 1948-50 1950-51 Jerry Kelly 1946-47 1947-48 Russell Lee 1972-74 1974-75 Bucky McConnell 1952-53 Dick Murphy 1946-47 Tamar Slay 2002-04 2004-05 George Stone 1968-70 1970-71 1971-72 Dick Surhoff 1952-53 1953-54 Andy Tonkovich 1948-49 Jason Williams 1998-2001 2001-05 2005-08 2009-

San Francisco Warriors NBA Kansas City-Omaha Kings NBA Spirts of St. Louis ABA San Antonio Spurs ABA Syracuse Nationals NBA Philadelpha 76’ers NBA Kentucky Colonels ABA New York Knicks NBA N.Y. Knicks/Baltimore Bullets NBA Boston Celtics NBA Providence Steamrollers NBA Milwaukee Bucks NBA New Orleans Jazz NBA Milwaukee Hawks NBA N.Y. Knicks/Boston Celtics NBA New Jersey Nets NBA Charlotte Hornets NBA Los Angeles Stars ABA Utah Stars ABA Carolina Cougars ABA New York Knicks NBA Milwaukee Hawks NBA Providence Steamrollers NBA Sacramento Kings NBA Memphis Grizziles NBA Miami Heat NBA Orlando Magic NBA

MARSHALL’S NBA HONORS & AWARDS NBA All-Star Game Most Valuable Player Hal Greer _________________________________________________1968 Naismith Hall of Fame Hal Greer _________________________________________________1982 50 Greatest Players in NBA History Hal Greer _________________________________________________1996 NBA Coach of the Year Mike D’Antoni (Phoenix) ____________________________________2005

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HAL GREER “Consistency,” Hal Greer once told the Philadelphia Daily News. “For me, that was the thing … I would like to be remembered as a great, consistent player.” Over the course of the 15 NBA seasons turned in by the slight, soft-spoken Hall of Fame guard from West Virginia, consistency was indeed the thing. He turned in quality performances almost every night, scoring 19.2 points per game during his career, playing in 1,122 games, and racking up 21,586 points (14th on the all-time list). He remained with the same franchise throughout his career, starting with Syracuse in 1958 and then moving with the Nationals when they became the Philadelphia 76ers in 1963. He was an All-Star for 10 straight seasons and a seven-time member of the All-NBA Second Team. He was also the second-leading scorer on Philadelphia’s vaunted championship team of 1966-67. Harold Everett “Hal” Greer grew up in Huntington, West Virginia, where he starred for Douglas High School. The first AfricanAmerican to receive a scholarship at Marshall College and the first to play intercollegiate athletics in the state of West Virginia, he averaged 19.4 points in his three varsity seasons. He was an allconference selection in 1957 and 1958, and an All-American pick in 1958. After being selected by the Syracuse Nationals in the second round of the 1958 NBA Draft, Greer came to his first training camp as a skinny kid who lacked confidence. But in his first season Greer already showed the skills that would eventually make him a star: a deadly jump shot, quick penetrations to the basket, and tenacious defense. He came off the bench for 11.1 points per game in 1958-59, shooting .454 from the field and .778 from the line. His field-goal percentage was the fourth-highest mark in the NBA that year. In 1959-60 Greer shot even better from the field, hitting at a .476 clip to place second in the league. Syracuse finished with a 45-30 record but was eliminated in the first round of the playoffs by the Philadelphia Warriors. In 1960-61, his third NBA season, Greer moved into a starting role and emerged as a star. He raised his production to 19.6 points per game and earned his first trip to the NBA All-Star Game. He ranked second on the team in scoring to Dolph Schayes, who averaged 23.6 points. The Nationals made it through the Eastern Division Semifinals but were demolished in the division finals by the Boston Celtics, four games to one. Greer averaged 22.8 points the next year, adding 7.4 rebounds and 4.4 assists per contest. With injuries limiting Schayes to 56 games, Greer took over the team’s scoring mantle. He ranked 13th in the NBA in scoring and ninth in free-throw percentage (.819). In the 1962 NBA All-Star Game, Greer racked up a team-high nine assists - one more than the legendary Bob Cousy - and hauled in 10 rebounds, just two fewer than another legend, Bill Russell. Greer led the Nationals to the playoffs, where they fell to Warriors in the Eastern Division Semifinals.

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WE ARE... The smooth guard broke into the ranks of the top 10 NBA scorers in 1962-63 by garnering 1,562 points, an average of 19.5 points per game. He also had the fifth-best free-throw percentage in the league at .834. As an acknowledgement of his superb offensive performance, Greer was named to the All-NBA Second Team at season’s end. Syracuse finished second in the Eastern Division with a 48-32 record, then lost to the Cincinnati Royals in the division semifinals. The Nationals changed ownership after the 1962-63 season and moved to Philadelphia for 1963-64, to be reborn as the Philadelphia 76ers. The new surroundings seemed to suit Greer just fine. He settled into a seven-year stretch in which he averaged at least 20 points in each season. He made the All-NBA Second Team in six of those years and played in the All-Star Game in all seven campaigns. Greer’s production was aided by the arrival of Wilt Chamberlain during the 1964-65 season. “When you have Wilt, you don’t work as hard to get your shot,” Greer told one writer. If Chamberlain was the team’s go-to-guy, then Greer was its quarterback, the man who made the action happen. But he wasn’t flashy or flamboyant and didn’t attract much attention from the media. In fact, one Herald-Tribune sportswriter claimed that “if there were an award given for a player who is most respected by basketball insiders, while getting the minimum public appreciation, Greer could win hands down.” One of Greer’s strong points was his jump shot. His favorite spot to hit from was inside the top of the key. His one-time coach, Alex Hannum, said Greer could sink that shot about 70 percent of the time and encouraged him to take it whenever he had the opportunity. “Hal’s quickness enables him to free himself for the moment of daylight that he needs,” Hannum said. “He’s so good on his jumper that it startles you when he misses.” Greer played a major role on what many feel was the greatest team of all time, the 1966-67 Philadelphia 76ers. That squad, which also included Chamberlain, Chet Walker, Billy Cunningham, Wally Jones, and Lucious Jackson, romped to a 68-13 record, the best in league history until the Los Angeles Lakers went 69-13 in 1971-72.

Hal Greer - along with NBA legends such as Bill Russell, Wilt Chamberlain, Michael Jordan and Larry Bird - was named one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History in 1996. He averaged 19 points, five rebounds, and four assists in his professional career.

The Sixers, who won 45 of their first 49 games, rolled through the postseason, finally defeating the San Francisco Warriors in six games in the 1967 NBA Finals. For the season, Greer contributed 22.1 points per game, second on the club to Chamberlain’s 24.1. Greer then stepped up his game in the postseason, pouring in 27.7 points per contest. “It was a beautiful, beautiful season,” Greer told the Philadelphia Daily News. “We had everything. We knew we were going to win most of our games - it was just a matter of by how much.” Greer saved his finest individual performance of his career for the following year, 1967-68. He shot a career-best .478 from the field and averaged 24.1 points, fifth best in the NBA. In the 1968 All-Star Game he was 8-for-8 from the field and tossed in 5-of-7 free throw attempts in only 17 minutes to lead the East to a 144124 victory at Madison Square Garden. His 21 points included a record 19 in one quarter and earned him the game’s MVP Award.

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The Sixers had another sensational year in 1967-68, finishing with a 62-20 record, eight games ahead of second-place Boston int he Eastern Division. But in the division finals against the Celtics, Philadelphia blew a two-game series lead, losing to Boston in seven games. Philadelphia traded Chamberlain to the Los Angeles Lakers before the 1968-69 season, and although the Sixers remained competitive they dropped from serious title contention. After a 55-27 regular season, Philadelphia managed just one postseason victory in a fivegame conference semifinal series agaisnt Boston. Billy Cunningham (24.8 ppg) and Greer (23.1 ppg) picked up some of Chamberlain’s scoring load, ranking third and seventh in the league, respectively. Greer had his last All-Star season in 1969-70, averaging 22.0 points for a Sixers team that dropped to 42-40 and fourth place in the Eastern Division. Still going strong at age 33, Greer helped the franchise to its 12th playoff visit in his 12 seasons. It was a short trip, however, as Philadelphia lost to the Milwaukee Bucks in a five-game conference semifinal series. Greer played three more seasons for the Sixers, his production and playing time dropping steadily each year. In his final season, 1972-73, Greer also served as the team’s assistant coach. He split time between the bench and the court, appearing in 38 games and averaging just 5.6 points. At season’s end he retired, ending an illustrious 15-year playing career. At the time of his retirement Greer had appeared in more games (1,122) than any other player in NBA history. His 21,586 career points ranked among the all-time top 10, as did his totals for minutes played, field goals attempted, and field goals made. His efforts earned him a place on the NBA 50th Anniversary All-Time Team in 1996. Greer believed that in order to succeed in the NBA a player had to keep learning and adjusting. The advice he once gave to young players reveals something of his philosophy toward the game: “Each player should try to improve,” he said. “Each game, each minute, each time on the floor, you should try to learn something different. That was the way I went about things.” During his induction speech after being elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1982, Greer said that before he entered the NBA in 1958 there were four things he wanted to accomplish in basketball. The most important was to buy a new, shiny car, the kind that players who grew up in small towns often dreamed about. In descending order, the other goals were to be an All-Star, to win an NBA Championship, and to get into the Hall of Fame. While most NBA players achieve Greer’s first goal quite easily, few accomplish even one of the other three. Greer did it by virtue of a solid, workmanlike approach to the game that few players could emulate even then, and that even fewer could probably maintain today. “Hal Greer always came to play,” Dolph Schayes told the Philadelphia Daily News after Greer was inducted into the Hall of Fame. “He came to practice the same way, to every team function the same way. Every bus and plane and train, he was on time. Hal Greer punched the clock. Hal Greer brought the lunch pail.” *Courtesy of NBA.com (special thanks to Steve Alic

Greer was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1982.

HAL GREER’S CAREER STATISTICS Level Collegiate Totals NBA Totals NBA Playoff Totals NBA All-Star Game Totals

games fgm-a 71 531-974 1,122 8,504-18,811 92 705-1,657 10 47-102

fg% ftm-a ft% pts .545 315-415 .759 1,377 .452 4,578-5,717 .801 21,586 .425 466-574 .812 1,876 .461 26-37 .703 120

avg rebs 19.4 765 19.2 5,665 20.4 505 12.0 45

avg 10.8 5.0 5.5 4.5

ast n/a 4,540 393 28

avg n/a 4.0 4.3 2.8

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CAM HENDERSON When Marshall basketball is mentioned, there is one man who must be discussed - coach Cam Henderson, the man that Marshall’s modern home is named in honor of. In 20 seasons as a head coach at Marshall, Henderson won 358 games while losing only 158 (.694). The “old man” won 611 games and lost only 245 in 35 years of collegiate coaching and still stands as the winningest coach in Marshall history. Henderson revolutionized college basketball with his “rule” fast break and zone defense. Another Henderson first was the “King” warmup drill made famous by the Harlem Globetrotters. All told, Henderson recorded 18 winning seasons, one losing, and one break even season, with the losing year being his first at Marshall. He set a school record of 14 consecutive winning seasons from 1936-37 to 1949-50. His 1946-47 squad won the NAIB National Championship with a 32-5 record. Other Henderson era highlights include: winning the 1947-48 Los Angeles Invitational over Syracuse, stopping Long Island’s national record 40-consecutive wins streak in 1949-50, and posting wins over such notable programs as Tennessee (3), Colorado (3), South Carolina, Dayton (17) and BYU.

Cam Henderson Notables • In 1946-47, Henderson’s Marshall squad won the NAIB National Championship with a 32-5 record and a string of 17 consecutive wins. • Henderson revolutionized college basketball with the invention of the “rule” fast break and zone defense. • Another Henderson first was the “King” warmup drill made famous by the Harlem Globetrotters. • Henderson led Marshall to wins over Tennessee (3), South Carolina, Hawaii, Brigham Young and Colorado (3) in his career.

WE ARE... Cam Henderson

• Henderson holds the school records for wins in a career (358), most games coached (516), most years coaching (20) and most wins in a single season (32). • Henderson was inducted into the West Virginia Sports Hall of Fame in 1956. • Henderson was inducted into the Helms Athletic Foundation NAIB National Hall of Fame in 1952. • Henderson was named to the Citizens Athletic Foundation College Basketball Hall of Fame in 1974. • Henderson coached some of the greatest names in Marshall basketball history. His players include such legends as: Charlie Slack, Andy Tonkovich, Walt Walowac, Jule Rivlin, Hal Greer, Bill Toothman, Gene James and Bill Hall.

Following three years of research, Witek & Novak, the creators of “Ashes to Glory,” released the Emmy-award winning DVD entitled “Cam Henderson: A Coach’s Story.” Released in March of 2007, “Cam Henderson” looks at the life of West Virginia’s greatest coach, who invented basketball’s zone defense and fast break. The program features extremely rare footage of Henderson in action--the only film of its kind that has survived. These unique clips, both in color and black and white, were obtained from private collectors and have not been seen publicly in over fifty years. Practically all films of Henderson that originally appeared on local television have been lost or discarded. Against all odds, Henderson beat bigger, stronger, nationally-ranked teams year after year for the colleges he served as coach of all sports. Recruiting his players from coal fields and steel mills, from family farms and Indian reservations, he gave poor country boys their only chance at a better life through sports, and by so doing, propelled Davis & Elkins and Marshall College into the national spotlight. Breaking the color line in West Virginia by recruiting Hal Greer was his final major achievement. To tell Henderson’s story and dispel the many rumors surrounding him, Witek & Novak visited 25 libraries and conducted dozens of interviews with former Henderson athletes, acquaintances, and historians. What emerged is a vivid portrait of a stoic and misunderstood man who died from complications brought about by diabetes. In April of 2007, “Cam Henderson,” in addition to its Emmy, was honored with a first place platinum award at Worldfest-Houston.

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An average of 5,524 people per game came to the Cam Henderson Center in 2010-11 to see the Herd play, the most in 10 seasons. For the second-consecutive season, the Cam hosted a postseason game as MU fell to Ohio in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament. The Thundering Herd have enjoyed a tremendous advantage in the Henderson Center since the facility opened in time for the 1981-82 season. Marshall won its 400th game in the facility on Nov. 25, 2009 against Lamar. The Thundering Herd is 325-102 in the Henderson Center, a 76.1 winning percentage.

Year 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97

Games 18 19 16 17 14 13 12 13 14 14 14 15 14 13 12

MU Rec. 14-4 15-4 13-3 13-4 9-5 7-6 4-8 8-5 11-3 10-4 13-1 13-2 11-3 10-3 12-0

Win % 77.7% 78.9% 81.3% 76.5% 64.3% 53.8% 33.3% 61.5% 78.6% 71.4% 92.9% 86.7% 78.6% 76.9% 100.0%

Attend. 99,430 104,143 77,946 85,710 49,617 52,657 48,060 57,637 53,828 68,084 83,125 74,393 73,305 60,204 60,453

Avg. 5,524 5,481 4,872 5,042 3,544 4,051 4,005 4,434 3,845 4,863 5,938 4,960 5,236 4,631 5,038

1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 TOTAL (31 yrs.)

13 12 12 13 13 13 13 13 15 15 15 16 15 16 15 427

11-2 9-3 8-4 12-1 4-9 7-6 9-4 9-4 14-1 14-1 14-1 10-6 15-0 14-2 12-3 325-102

84.6% 75.0% 66.7% 92.3% 30.8% 53.8% 69.2% 69.2% 93.3% 93.3% 93.3% 62.5% 100.0% 87.5% 80.0% 76.1%

72,106 78,154 48,765 64,236 60,771 87,409 86,105 84,509 127,389 131,328 133,733 136,663 131,992 99,910 117,680 2,509,342

5,547 6,513 4,064 4,941 4,675 6,724 6,623 6,501 8,493 8,755 8,916 8,541 8,799 6,244 7,845 5,876

Notable Cam Henderson Center Moments

Feb. 18, 1984 A crowd of 10,705 - the largest in Cam Henderson Center history - watched Marshall down The Citadel, 85-71. Thundering Herd fans showed up in record numbers during the 1984-85 season, giving Marshall an average attendance of 8,539 over 16 home dates.

Shot “Herd” Round The World Feb. 7, 1985 - Marshall basketball player Bruce Morris makes the “shot HERD round the world” against Appalachian State. Morris’ desperation shot from 89’10” swished as the buzzer sounded to end the first half. Today, a pair of footprints on the Cam Henderson Center court marks the spot where the shot was taken from.

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RECORD BOOK TEAM RECORDS POINTS 124 - Marshall vs. Milligan (11/25/95) By visitor: 110 - South Alabama (11/30/88) POINTS - BOTH TEAMS 221 - Marshall 111, South Alabama 110 (11/30/88) FEWEST POINTS - BOTH TEAMS 99 - Miami (Ohio) 51, Marshall 48 (1/28/04) ASSISTS 28 - Marshall vs. Rio Grande (12/14/07) 28 - Marshall vs. Shepherd (11/26/01) 28 - Marshall vs. Charleston (11/17/00) 28 - Marshall vs. Charleston (12/19/99) FREE THROWS 43 - Marshall vs. UCF (2/27/10) By visitor: 43 - Bowling Green (2/26/00) FIELD GOALS 52 - Marshall vs. CCNY (12/28/82) 3-POINT FIELD GOALS 19 - Marshall vs. Morehead State (12/14/96) Southern Conference Record REBOUNDS 62 - Marshall vs. CCNY (12/28/82) FOULS 34 - Delaware State vs. Marshall (1/2/85) By Marshall: 30 - vs. Bowling Green (2/26/00) VICTORIES season

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131 vs. Old Dominion (2/27/68) 2,717 2009-10

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FIELD GOALS MADE game 55 vs. Old Dominion (2/27/68) season 1,044 1971-72 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS game 123 vs. Boston College (12/29/55) season 2,288 1971-72 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE game .667 (34-of-61) vs. Davidson (1/8/97) season .532 ( 946-of-1777) 1986-87 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE game 19 vs. Morehead State (12/14/96) season 284 1995-96 3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS game 41 vs. Morehead State (12/14/96) season 693 1994-95 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE game .684 (13-of-19) vs. Rio Grande (12/13/97) season .461 (175-of-380) 2001-02 FREE THROWS MADE game 43 vs. UCF (2/27/10) season 643 1983-84 FREE THROW ATTEMPTS game 67 vs. UCF (2/27/10) season 999 1983-84 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE _ game 1.000(31-of-31) vs. Davidson (12/17/79) season .790 (479-of-608) 1957-58

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REBOUNDS game season

88 vs. St. Peter’s (12/8/71) 1,481 1966-67

ASSISTS game season

38 vs. South Carolina (12/1/80) 583 1951-52

BLOCKED SHOTS game 17 vs. Brescia (12/16/09) season 268 2009-10 PERSONAL FOULS game 41 vs. Ohio (12/14/91) season 795 1984-85 POINTS AVERAGE season 93.2 1955-56 POINTS (TWO TEAMS) game 253 vs. Western Michigan, 127-126 2OT (12/20/99) Individual Records POINTS game 55__ Skip Henderson vs. The Citadel (3/4/88) season 804__ Skip Henderson (198788) career 2,574__ Skip Henderson (1984-88) SCORING AVERAGE season 29.3__ Leo Byrd (1958-59) career 23.9__ Russell Lee (1969-72) FIELD GOALS MADE 22__ Bunny Gibson vs. UT-Chattanoogame ga (1/30/78) season 291__ Skip Henderson (198788) career 1,000__ Skip Henderson (198488) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS game 39__ George Stone vs. Toledo (2/10/68) season 640__ Walt Walowac (1951-52) career 2,225__ Walt Walowac (1950-54) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE season .633__ Rodney Holden (198687) career .587__ Ty Collins (1970-73) 3-POINT FG MADE game 15__ Keith Veney vs. Morehead State (12/14/96) NCAA Record season 130__ Keith Veney (1996-97) career 251__ Tamar Slay (1998-02) 3-POINT FG ATTEMPTS game 25__ Keith Veney vs. Morehead State (12/14/96) season 320__ Keith Veney (1996-97) career 650__ Tamar Slay (1998-02) 3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE game* 1.000__ Scott Williams vs. UT-Chattanooga (5-for-5; 1/13/90) season .484__ Malik Hightower (199495) career .436__ Brent Vincent (1990-91) *min. 4 attempts FREE THROWS MADE game 18__ John Taft vs. Southern Miss (12/28/88) season 220__ Leo Byrd (1958-59) career 525__ John Taft (1987-91)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE game 1.000__ John Humprhey (14-for-14; 1990) 1.000__ LaVerne Evans vs. UT Chattanooga (14-for-14; 3/4/84) 1.000 __LaVerne Evans vs. The Citadel (14for-14; 2/23/81) season .944__ Bunny Gibson (1977-78) career .896__ Bunny Gibson (1975-79) CONSECUTIVE FT MADE 52__ Bunny Gibson (1976-78) REBOUNDS game ton (1/12/54) season career

43__ Charlie Slack vs. Univ. of Charles538__ Charlie Slack (1954-55) 1,916__ Charlie Slack (1952-56)

REBOUND AVERAGE _ season 25.6__ Charlie Slack (1954-55) NCAA Record career 21.8__ Charlie Slack (1952-56) ASSISTS game (12/8/79) season career STEALS game (1/29/94) season career

18__ Greg White vs. CCNY 241__ Mike D’Antoni (1971-72) 701__ Greg White (1977-81) 10__ Shawn Moore vs. East Tenn. State 75__ Sidney Coles (1995-96) 208__ Skip Henderson (1984-88)

BLOCKED SHOTS game 13__ Hassan Whiteside vs. UCF (2/27/10) season 182__ Hassan Whiteside (200910) career 182__ Hassan Whiteside (2009-10 HENDERSON CENTER RECORDS INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Points 51 - Keith Veney, Marshall vs. Morehead State (12/14/96) Field Goals 17 - Skip Henderson, Marshall vs. Charleston (1/8/86) Free Throws 15-Damier Pitts, Marshall vs. Western Carolina (3/16/10) 15-Damier Pitts, Marshall vs. UCF (2/27/10) Rebounds 23 - Ray Smith, Armstrong State (11/30/81) Blocked Shots 13-Hassan Whiteside, Marshall vs. UCF (2/27/10) Assists 18 - Greg White, Marshall vs. CCNY (12/12/79) 15 - Cornelius Jackson, Marshall vs. C. Michigan (12/30/99) 14 - Tink Brown, Marshall vs. Pitt-Johnstown (12/1/92) Steals 7 - Willie Bland, Louisiana Tech (12/14/84) 7 - Bruce Morris, Marshall vs. Davidson (2/16/85) 7 - David Wade, Marshall vs. VMI (1/4/82) 7 - David Wade, Marshall vs. Davidson (1/23/82) 7 - Sidney Coles, Marshall vs. Ga. Southern (2/26/96) 3-Point Field Goals 15 - Keith Veney, Marshall vs. Morehead State (12/14/96) NCAA Record

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS game 25__ Walt Walowac vs. Ohio (12/15/53) season 266__ Leo Byrd (1958-59) career 734__ John Taft (1987-91)

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CAREER RECORDS Skip Henderson is the Herd’s alltime leading scorer with 2,574 points.

Individual Career Records GAMES PLAYED (MIN. 90) 1. Darryl Merthie (2006-10) ____________126 2. Skip Henderson (1984-88) ___________125 3. Tirrell Baines (2007-11) ______________124 4. Markel Humphrey (2005-09) _________119 5. Rodney Holden (1984-88) ___________117 Tre Whitted (2003-07) _______________117 7. Ronny Dawn (2001-05) ______________116 8. Mark Patton (2002-06) ______________114 Tamar Slay (1998-02) _______________114 Andre Cunningham (1987-91) ________114 11. Tyler Wilkerson (2006-10) ____________113 J.R. VanHoose (1998-02) _____________113 Derrick Wright (1996-00) ____________113 Greg White (1977-81) _______________113 Sam Henry (1980-84) _______________113 16. LaVerne Evans (1980-84) ____________112 Harold Simmons (1989-93) __________112 18. Joda Burgess (1997-01) _____________111 Chris Gray (1994-98) ________________111 John Humphrey (1985-89) ___________111 David Wade (1980-84) ______________111 George Washington (1978-82) ________111 23. Larry Watson (1978-82) _____________111 Charles Jones (1979-83) _____________110 25. Ken Lebanowski (1977-81) ___________107 John Taft (1987-91) _________________107 Malik Hightower (1991-95)___________107 28. Tom Curry (1984-88) ________________106 29. Travis Young (1997-01) ______________104 Enoch Bunch (2000-05) _____________104 31. Shaquille Johnson (2008- ) __________99 32. Tyrone Phillips (1989-93) _____________ 98 33. LaVar Carter (2002-03) _______________ 95 Walt Walowac (1950-54) ______________ 95 35. Mark Dorris (2005-08) ________________ 90 Joe Hickman (1972-76) _______________ 90 POINTS (MIN. 1000) 1. Skip Henderson (1984-88) _________ 2. John Taft (1987-91) _______________ 3. Walt Walowac (1950-54) ___________ 4. Russell Lee (1969-72) _____________ 5. J.R. VanHoose (1998-02) ___________ 6. Tamar Slay (1998-02) _____________ 7. George Stone (1965-68) ___________ 8. Leo Byrd (1956-59) _______________ 9. LaVerne Evans (1980-84) __________ 10. George Washington (1978-82) ______ 11. Andy Tonkovich (144-48) __________

2,574 2,332 1,982 1,815 1,803 1,792 1,723 1,696 1,611 1,593 1,578

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Charlie Slack (1952-56) ____________ 1,551 Tom Curry (1984-88) ______________ 1,535 Bob Koontz (1947-51) _____________ 1,453 Cebe Price (1953-56)______________ 1,449 Markel Humphrey (2005-09) _______ 1,415 Bill Hall (1944-47) ________________ 1,421 Hal Greer (1955-58)_______________ 1,377 Tyrone Phillips (1989-93) __________ 1,360 Bill Toothman (1945-49) ___________ 1,326 Bob Redd (1965-68) ______________ 1,295 Malik Hightower (1991-95)_________ 1,289 Travis Young (1997-01) ____________ 1,277 Bunny Gibson (1975-79) ___________ 1,273 Ken Lebanowski (1977-81) _________ 1,252 Jim Davidson (1966-69) ___________ 1,240 Tirrell Baines (2007-11) ____________ 1,238 Mike D’Antoni (1970-73) ___________ 1,227 Paul Underwood (1954-57) ________ 1,198 Tom Langfitt (1963-66) ____________ 1,173 Andre Cunningham (1987-91) ______ 1,154 David Wade (1980-84) ____________ 1,137 Shawn Moore (1992-95) ___________ 1,132 Keith Veney (1995-97)_____________ 1,125 John Milhoan (1957-60) ___________ 1,122 Danny D’Antoni (1966-69) _________ 1,109 Jule Rivlin (1937-40) ______________ 1,093 Gene James (1943-47) ____________ 1,092 Mark Patton (2002-06) ____________ 1,053 Damier Pitts (2008- )_____________ 1,038 Tyler Wilkerson (2006-10) __________ 1,038 Ronald Blackshear (2001-03) _______ 1.034 Greg White (1977-81) _____________ 1,024 Bob Wright (1947-49) _____________ 1,019 John Brannen (1995-97) ___________ 1,008 Carlton King (1996-99) ____________ 1,001 Bob Burgess (1959-62) ____________ 1,000

FIELD GOALS MADE (MIN. 400) 1. Skip Henderson (1984-88) _________ 1,000 2. John Taft (1987-91) _________________811 3. Walt Walowac (1950-54) _____________792 4. Russell Lee (1969-72) _______________739 5. George Stone (1965-68) _____________709 6. J.R. VanHoose (1998-02) _____________664 7. George Washington (1978-82) ________631 8. Tamar Slay (1998-02) _______________626 9. LaVerne Evans (1980-84) ____________612 10. Tom Curry (1984-88) ________________611 11. Leo Byrd (1956-59) _________________593 12. Charlie Slack (1952-56) ______________585 13. Bunny Gibson (1975-80) _____________537 14. Tyrone Phillips (1989-93) ____________534

15. Hal Greer (1955-58)_________________531 16. Markel Humphrey (2005-09) _________491 Mike D’Antoni (1970-73) _____________491 18. Tom Langfitt (1963-66) ______________490 Ken Lebanowski (1977-81) ___________490 20. Jim Davidson (1966-69) _____________486 21. Malik Hightower (1991-95)___________479 22. David Wade (1980-84) ______________473 23. Bob Redd (1965-68) ________________470 24. Tirrell Baines (2007-11) ______________468 25. Travis Young (1997-01) ______________465 26. Andre Cunningham (1987-91) ________454 27. John Milhoan (1957-60) _____________435 28. Ty Collins (1970-73) ________________419 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED (MIN. 900) 1. Walt Walowac (1950-54) ___________ 2,225 2. Skip Henderson (1984-88) _________ 1,964 3. John Taft (1987-91) _______________ 1,704 4. Russell Lee (1969-72) _____________ 1,643 5. George Stone (1965-68) ___________ 1,565 6. Tamar Slay (1998-02) _____________ 1,414 7. Leo Byrd (1956-59) _______________ 1,364 8. George Washington (1978-82) ______ 1,333 9. LaVerne Evans (1980-84) __________ 1,244 10. J.R. VanHoose (1998-02) ___________ 1,185 11. Tom Langfitt (1963-66) ____________ 1,158 12. Jim Davidson (1966-69) ___________ 1,112 13. Bunny Gibson (1975-80) ___________ 1,104 14. Danny D’Antoni (1966-69) _________ 1,084 15. Mike D’Antoni (1970-73) ___________ 1,081 16. Tom Curry (1984-88) ______________ 1,078 17. Travis Young (1997-01) ____________ 1,077 18. Rob Redd (1965-68) ______________ 1,065 19. Markel Humphrey (2005-09) _______ 1,061 Charlie Slack (1952-56) ____________ 1,061 21. David Wade (1980-84) ____________ 1,032 22. Tyrone Phillips (1989-93) __________ 1,003 23. Malik Hightower (1991-95)___________993 24. Hal Greer (1955-58)_________________974 25. Andre Cunningham (1987-91) ________925 26. John Milhoan (1957-60) _____________916 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Minimum 46%, 500 Attempts) 1. Ty Collins (1970-73) 58.7% (419-714) 2. Rodney Holden (1984-88) 58.6% (386-659) 3. Tom Curry (1984-88) 56.7% (611-1,078) 4. Joe Hickman (1972-76) 56.6% (382-675) 5. J.R. VanHoose (1998-02) 56.0% (664-1,185) 6. Ken Lebanowski (1977-81) 55.5% (490-883) 7. Hal Greer (1955-58) 54.5% (531-974) 8. Tyrone Phillips (1989-93) 53.2% (534-1003) 9. Tirrell Baines (2007-11) 52.7% (296-561) 10. Tyler Wilkerson (2006-10) 52.6% (384-730) 11. Dave Miller (1976-77) 51.6% (299-579) 12. Larry Watson (1978-82) 51.5% (298-579) 13. Bob Burgess (1959-62) 51.4% (258-502) 14. Skip Henderson (1984-88) 50.9% (1,000-1,964) 15. Derrick Wright (1996-00) 50.3% (311-618) 16. LaVerne Evans (1980-84) 49.2% (612-1,244) 17. Andre Cunningham (1987-91) 49.1% (454-925) 18. Bunny Gibson (1975-80) 48.64% (537-1,104) 19. Greg Young (1976-78) 48.61% (368-757) 20. Earl Williams (1974-76) 48.4% (278-574) 21. Mark Patton (2002-06) 48.2% (360-747) Malik Hightower (1991-95) 48.2% (479-993) 23. Randy Noll (1971-73) 47.84% (411-859) 24. Jack Freeman (1955-58) 47.81% (262-548) 25. Harley Major (1976-78) 47.8% (317-663) 26. Greg White (1977-81) 47.7% (369-773)

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CAREER RECORDS 27. John Taft (1987-91) 47.6% (811-1,704) 28. John Milhoan (1957-60) 47.5% (435-916) 29. Markel Humphrey (2005-09) 46.2 (491-1,067) 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE (MIN. 65) 1. Tamar Slay (1998-02) _______________251 2. Keith Veney (1995-97)_______________241 3. Joda Burgess (1997-01) _____________210 4. Ronald Blackshear (2001-03) _________195 5. John Taft (1987-91) _________________185 6. Ronny Dawn (2001-05) ______________174 7. Travis Young (1997-01) ______________167 8. Tre Whitted (2003-07) _______________155 9. John Brannen (1996-97) _____________135 10. Skip Henderson (1984-88) ___________133 11. Damier Pitts (2008-) ______________ 129 Chris Lutz (2008-10) ________________129 13. Markel Humphrey (2005-09 ) _________113 14. Frank Martin (1991-94) ______________112 15. Mark Dorris (2005-08) _______________109 Cornelius Jackson (1998-01) _________107 17. Harold Simmons (1989-93) __________104 18. Carlton King (1995-) ________________100 19. Malik Hightower (1991-95)____________ 96 20. Joe Miles (2004-06) __________________ 95 Tink Brown (1992-95) ________________ 95 22. Dago Pena (2008- ) _________________93 23. Doug Schieppe (1993-95) ____________ 86 24. A.W. Hamilton (2002-05)______________ 83 25. Darryl Merthie (2006-10) _____________ 81 26. Scott Williams (1988-90) ______________ 79 27. Shaquille Johnson (2008-) ___________72 28. Shawn Moore (1992-95) ______________ 66 29. Brett Vincent (1990-91) _______________ 65 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED (Min. 200) 1. Tamar Slay (1998-02) _______________650 2. Keith Veney (1995-97)_______________564 3. Joda Burgess (1997-01) _____________541 4. Ronald Blackshear (2001-03) _________489 5. Tre Whitted (2003-07) _______________471 6. Travis Young (1997-01) ______________466 7. John Taft (1987-91) _________________463 8. Ronny Dawn (2001-05) ______________452 9. Damier Pitts (2008- )______________ 393 9. John Brannen (1996-97) _____________350

John Taft is Marshall’s all-time free throws leader.

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Greg White is Marshall’s all-time leader in assists and is second all-time in free throw percentage.

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Markel Humphrey (2005-09) _________347 Frank Martin (1991-94) ______________333 Chris Lutz (2008-) __________________326 Mark Dorris (2005-08) _______________325 Skip Henderson (1984-88) ___________321 Darryl Merthie (2006-10) ____________309 Cornelius Jackson (1998-01) _________301 Doug Schieppe (1993-95) ___________277 Carlton King (1995-99) ______________274 Harold Simmons (1989-93) __________271 Joe Miles (2004-06) _________________263 Shawn Moore (1992-95) _____________261 Damier Pitts (2008-) ______________ 246 Malik Hightower (1991-95)___________245 Tink Brown (1992-95) _______________245 25. Shaquille Johnson (2008- ) ________ 234 26. Dago Pena (2008- ) _______________ 231 27. A.W. Hamilton (2002-05)_____________215

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3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Minimum 35.0%, 100 attempts) 1. Brett Vincent (1990-91) 43.6% (65-149) 2. Keith Veney (1995-97) 42.7% (241-564) 3. Skip Henderson (1984-88) 41.4% (133-321) 4. Scott Williams (1988-90) 41.3% (79-191) 5. Dago Pena (2008- ) 40.3% (93-231) 6. John Taft (1987-91) 40.0% (185-463) 7. Ronald Blackshear (2001-03) 39.9% (195-489) 8. Chris Lutz (2008-10) 39.6% (129-326) 9. Malik Hightower (1991-95) 39.2% (96-245) 10. Joda Burgess (1997- 01) 38.8% (210-541) Tink Brown (1992-95) 38.8% (95-245) 12. Tamar Slay (1998-02) 38.6% (251-650) John Brannen (1996-97) 38.6% (135-350) A.W. Hamilton (2002-05) 38.6% (83-215) 15. Ronny Dawn (2001-05) 38.5% (174-452) 16. Harold Simmons (1989-93) 38.4% (104-271) 17. Carlton King (1995-99) 36.5% (100-274) Barry Kincaid (1979-83) 36.5% (42-115) 19. Joe Miles (2004-06) 36.1% (95-263) 20. Travis Young (1997-01) 35.8% (167-466) 21. Cornelius Jackson (1998-01) 35.5% (107-301)

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED (MIN. 300) 1. John Taft (1987-91) _________________734 2. Leo Byrd (1956-59) _________________637 3. J.R. VanHoose (1998-02) _____________630 4. Skip Henderson (1984-88) ___________625 5. Walt Walowac (1950-54) _____________569 6. LaVerne Evans (1980-84) ____________566 7. Tom Curry (1984-88) ________________531 8. Charlie Slack (1952-56) ______________514 9. Bob Redd (1965-68) ________________494 10. George Washington (1978-82) ________491 11. Russell Lee (1969-72) _______________473 12. Markel Humphrey (2005- ) ___________471 13. Cebe Price (1954-57)________________470 14. Tirrell Baines (2007-11) ______________432 15. Tyrone Phillips (1989-93) ____________428 16. Hal Greer (1955-58)_________________415 17. Ken Lebanowski (1977-81) ___________406 18. Jim Davidson (1966-69) _____________402 19. Mark Patton (2002-06) ______________395 20. Danny D’Antoni (1966-69) ___________389 21. Tamar Slay (1998-02) _______________386 22. David Wade (1980-84) ______________375 23. George Stone (1965-68) _____________369 24. Paul Underwood (1954-57) __________363 25. Damier Pitts (2008- )______________ 361 26. Bob Burgess (1954-57) ______________361 27. Tyler Wilkerson (2006-10) ____________355 28. Rodney Holden (1984-88) ___________326 29. Andre Cunningham (1987-91) ________323

FREE THROWS MADE (MIN. 200) 1. John Taft (1987-91) _________________525 2. Leo Byrd (1956-59) _________________509 3. J.R. VanHoose (1998-02) _____________472 4. Skip Henderson (1984-88) ___________441 5. LaVerne Evans (1980-84) ____________389 6. Charlie Slack (1952-56) ______________381 7. Walt Walowac (1950-54) _____________365 8. Bob Redd (1965-68) ________________355 9. Russell Lee (1969-72) _______________337 10. Cebe Price (1954-57)________________331 11. George Washington (1978-82) ________330 12. Markel Humphrey (2005-09) _________320

Hal Greer (1955-58)_________________315 Tom Curry (1984-88) ________________313 George Stone (1965-68) _____________305 Damier Pitts (2008- )______________ 303 Tirrell Baines (2007-11) ______________301 Danny D’Antoni (1966-69) ___________301 Mark Patton (2002-06) ______________298 Tyrone Phillips (1989-93) ____________291 Tamar Slay (1998-02) _______________289 Ken Lebanowski (1977-81) ___________280 Jim Davidson (1966-69) _____________268 Greg White (1977-81) _______________260 John Milhoan (1957-60) _____________252 Paul Underwood (1954-57) __________250 Tyler Wilkerson (2006-10) ____________249 Bill Francis (1962-65)________________239 Shaquille Johnson (2008- ) ________ 235 Andre Cunningham (1987-91) ________214

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Minimum 70%, 200 attempts) 1. Bunny Gibson (1975-79) ___ 89.6% (207-231) 2. Greg White (1977-81)______ 86.4% (260-301) 3. Ronald Blackshear (2001-03) 85.1% (177-208) 4. Damier Pitts (2008- ) ____ 83.9% (303-361)

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John Milhoan (1957-60) ___ 83.7% (252-301) George Stone (1965-68) ___ 82.7% (305-369) Malik Hightower (1991-95) _ 80.2% (235-293) Leo Byrd (1956-59)________ 79.9% (509-637) Tom Langfitt (1963-66) ____ 78.8% (193-245) Bill Francis (1962-65) ______ 78.1% (239-306) John Brannen (1996-97) ___ 77.7% (181-233) Danny D’Antoni (1966-69) __ 77.4% (301-389) Mike D’Antoni (1970-73) ___ 77.3% (167-216) Hal Greer (1955-58) _______ 75.9% (315-415) Mark Patton (2002-06) _____ 75.4% (298-395) J.R. VanHoose (1998-02) ___ 74.9% (472-630) Tamar Slay (1998-02) _____ 74.9% (289-386) Carlton King (1995-99) ____ 74.5% (187-251) Shawn Moore (1992-95) ___ 74.3% (240-323) Charlie Slack (1952-56) ____ 74.1% (381-514) Blaine Henry (1968-71) ____ 74.0% (214-289) Travis Young (1997-01) ____ 73.3% (184-251) Dave Robinson (1952-55) _ 71.88% (225-313) Randy Noll (1971-73) _____ 71.87% (161-224) Bob Redd (1965-68) ______ 71.86% (355-494) Jeff Battle (1981-85) ______ 71.53% (191-267) John Taft (1987-91) ______ 71.52% (525-734) Russell Lee (1969-72) ______ 71.2% (337-473) Marvin Black (2002-04) ____ 70.8% (211-298) Skip Henderson (1984-88) __ 70.6% (441-625) Mark Dorris (2005-08) _____ 70.6% (207-293) Cebe Price (1954-57) ______ 70.4% (331-470) Tyler Wilkerson (2006-) _____ 70.1 (249-355)

REBOUNDS (MIN. 600) 1. Charlie Slack (1952-56) ____________ 1,916 2. J.R. VanHoose (1998-02) ___________ 1,086 3. Bob Burgess (1959-62) ______________973 4. Bob Allen (1965-68) ________________919 5. Russell Lee (1969-72) _______________863 6. Rodney Holden (1984-88) ___________812 7. Dave Smith (1968-71) _______________789

Bunny Gibson is the Herd’s all-time leading free throw shooter (89.6%).

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22.

CAREER RECORDS Hal Greer (1955-58)_________________765 Ken Lebanowski (1977-81) ___________751 George Stone (1965-68) _____________746 Derrick Wright (1996-00) ____________738 Bob Redd (1965-68) ________________698 Markel Humphrey (2005-09) ________ 674 Randy Noll (1971-73) _______________667 Tirrell Baines (2007-11 ______________658 Tyler Wilkerson (2006-10) ____________657 David Wade (1980-84) ______________651 Mark Patton (2002-06) ______________647 George Washington (1978-82) ________634 Charlie Jones (1979-83) _____________633 Jim Davidson (1966-69) _____________628 Tom Curry (1984-88) ________________620

ASSISTS (MIN. 100) (Records not kept until 1970-71 except for the 1951-52 season) 1. Greg White (1977-81) _______________701 2. Mike D’Antoni (1970-73) _____________659 3. Sam Henry (1980-84) _______________519 4. Cornelius Jackson (1998-01) _________518 5. Joe Hickman (1972-76) ______________499 6. Skip Henderson (1984-88) ___________470 7. Jeff Battle (1981-85) ________________431 8. A.W. Hamilton (2002-05)_____________411 9. Damier Pitts (2008- )______________ 368 10. Travis Young (1997- 01) _____________349 11. Andy Paul Williamson (1987-90) ______299 12. John Taft (1987-91) _________________281 13. Darryl Merthie (2006-10) ____________271 14. Sidney Coles (1996-97) ______________267 15. Tink Brown (1992-95) _______________263 16. Chris Ross (2005-07) ________________259 Tamar Slay (1998-02) _______________250 18. David Wade (1980-84) ______________240 19. Shaquille Johnson (2008-) _________ 235 20. Harold Simmons (1989-93) __________235 21. Chris Gray (1994-98) ________________209 22. Bill James (1972-73) ________________202 23. Markel Humphrey (2005-09) _________192 24. Malik Hightower (1991-95)___________188 25. Jason Williams (1995-96) ____________178 26. Monty Wright (1999-03) _____________170 27. Bunny Gibson (1975-80) _____________169 28. Mark Dorris (2005-08) _______________159 Frank Martin (1991-94) ______________159 30. J.R. VanHoose (1998-02) _____________154 31. Jim Lamb (1950-52) ________________152 32. Ken Lebanowski (1977-81) ___________150 33. Joda Burgess (1997-01) _____________147 34. Carlton King (1995-99 )______________143 35. Tre Whitted (2003-07) _______________139 36. Russell Lee (1969-72) _______________126 37. Ty Collins (1970-73) ________________120 38. Chris Lutz (2008-10) ________________119 39. Randy Noll (1971-73) _______________118 40. DeAndre Kane (2009- ) ____________ 117 41. LaVerne Evans (1980-84) ____________112 Shawn Moore (1992-95) _____________112 43. Andre Cunningham (1987-91) ________109 44. Dago Pena (2008- ) _______________ 108 Tim Meadows (1974-76) _____________105 44. Charlie Novak (1973-78) _____________103 STEALS (Min. 55) (Records not kept until 1975-76 season) 1. Skip Henderson (1984-88) ___________208 2. David Wade (1980-84) ______________186 3. Travis Young (1997-01) ______________173 4. Jeff Battle (1981-85) ________________172 5. Sam Henry (1980-84) _______________161

6. 7. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 18. 19. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 27. 28. 30. 31. 32. 33.

36. 37. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 45. 46.

Tink Brown (1992-95) _______________150 Tamar Slay (1998-02) _______________142 Sidney Coles (1996-97) ______________142 John Taft (1987-91) _________________133 Mark Dorris (2005-08) _______________126 Harold Simmons (1989-93) __________118 Cornelius Jackson (1998-01) _________117 LaVerne Evans (1980-84) ____________116 Shawn Moore (1992-95) _____________112 Jeff Guthrie (1984-86) _______________111 Carlton King (1995-99) ______________110 Malik Hightower(1991-95) ___________110 A.W. Hamilton (2002-05)_____________107 Derrick Wright (1996-00) ____________105 George Washington (1978-82) ________105 Chris Ross (2005-07) ________________104 Tyrone Phillips (1989-93) ____________102 Rodney Holden (1984-88) ___________101 Mark Patton (2002-06) ______________100 Markel Humphrey (2005-09) __________ 98 Ken Lebanowski (1977-81) ____________ 98 J.R. VanHoose (1998-02) ______________ 97 Darryl Merthie (2006-10) _____________ 96 Greg White (1977-81) ________________ 96 Shaquille Johnson (2008-) ___________92 Chris Gray (1994-98) _________________ 90 Tom Curry (1984-88) _________________ 75 Sidney Coles (1995-96) _______________ 70 Frank Martin (1991-94) _______________ 70 Tre Whitted (2003-07) ________________ 70 Joda Burgess (1997-01) ______________ 68 Barry Kincaid (1979-83) ______________ 67 Andy Paul Williamson (1987-90) _______ 66 Damier Pitts (2008- )________________65 Tirrell Baines (2007-11) _______________ 64 Monty Wright (1999-03) ______________ 61 Andre Cunningham (1987-91) _________ 59 Bunny Gibson (1975-80) ______________ 58 Harley Major (1976-78) _______________ 58 John Humphrey (1985-89) ____________ 57 Dago Pena (2008- ) __________________ 55

BLOCKED SHOTS (MIN. 35) (Records not kept until 1975-76 season) 1. Hassan Whiteside (2009-10) __________182 2. Omar Roland (1988-90) _____________148 3. Charles Jones (1979-83) _____________140 4. Tom Curry (1984-88) ________________138 5. Derrick Wright (1996- 00) ____________137 6. Mark Patton (2002-06) ______________111 7. Tyler Wilkerson (2006-10) ____________103 8. Tyrone Phillips (1989-93 ) ____________102 9. Latece Williams (2000-02)_____________ 99 10. Jean Francois Bro Grebe (2005-08) _____ 81 11. J.R. VanHoose (1998-02) ______________ 74 12. Curtis Raymond (1993-95) ____________ 61 13. Carlton King (1995-99) _______________ 56 14. LaVar Carter (2002-06) _______________ 54 Tamar Slay (1998-02) ________________ 53 16. George Washington (1978-82) _________ 50 17. Michael Peck (1991-95) ______________ 46 18. Shawn Moore (1992-95) ______________ 45 19. Tirrell Baines (2007-11) _______________ 42 20. Troy Grat (1993-95) __________________ 41 21. Nigel Spikes (2009- )________________40 21. Gerry Strickland (1988-89) ____________ 39 22. Jeff Richardson (1982-86) _____________ 39 Larry Watson (1978-82) ______________ 39 24. Jeff Guthrie (1984-86) ________________ 38 25. John Brown (1995-96) _______________ 37 26. Markel Humphrey (2005-09) __________ 36 Ardo Armpalu (2000-04)______________ 36

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SEASON RECORDS Individual Season Records POINTS (MIN. 500) PLAYER 1. Skip Henderson 2. John Taft 3. Leo Byrd 4. John Taft 5. Walt Walowac 6. George Stone 7. Russell Lee 8. Skip Henderson 9. LaVerne Evans 10. John Brannen 11 Russell Lee 12 Leo Byrd 13 Tamar Slay 14 George Stone 15 Ronald Blackshear 16. John Taft 17. Skip Henderson 18. Tyrone Phillips 19 Walt Walowac 20. Keith Veney 21. Bunny Gibson 22. Bill Hall 23. Tamar Slay 24. Hal Greer 25. Russell Lee 26. Keith Veney 27. Bill Hall 29. Walt Walowac 30. John Milhoan 31. Shawn Moore 32. Skip Henderson 33. Randy Noll 34. DeAndre Kane 35. Tom Langfitt 36. J.R. VanHoose

PTS. 804 764 704 701 698 684 659 652 635 605 602 599 597 592 589 584 584 581 579 575 572 572 567 567 554 550 550 548 537 536 534 528 513 509 508

YEAR 1987-88 1990-91 1958-59 1988-89 1952-53 1966-67 1970-71 1986-87 1983-84 1996-97 1971-72 1957-58 1999-00 1967-68 2002-03 1989-90 1984-85 1992-93 1951-52 1996-97 1977-78 1945-46 2001-02 1957-58 1969-70 1995-96 1946-47 1953-54 1959-60 1994-95 1985-86 1972-73 2011-12 1964-65 1999-00

SCORING AVERAGE (MIN. 20.0) PLAYER AVG. GAMES-PTS. YEAR 1. Leo Byrd 29.3 24-704 1958-59 2. Walt Walowac 29.1 24-698 1952-53 3. John Taft 27.3 28-764 1990-91

Leo Byrd averaged a school-record 29.3 points per game during the 1958-59 season.

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4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26.

Walt Walowac John Taft Russell Lee Skip Henderson Leo Byrd George Stone Russell Lee George Stone Cebe Price Hal Greer John Taft John Milhoan Charlie Slack Tyrone Philips Russell Lee Walt Walowac Tom Langfitt Cebe Price Skip Henderson John Brannen LaVerne Evans Bunny Gibson Bill Hall

26.1 26.0 25.3 25.1 24.9 24.4 24.1 23.7 23.6 23.6 23.4 23.3 22.6 22.4 22.3 22.3 21.2 21.2 21.0 20.9 20.5 20.4 20.4

FIELD GOALS (MIN. 200) Player 1. Skip Henderson 2. Walt Walowac 3. George Stone 4. Russell Lee 5. Russell Lee 6. John Taft 7. John Taft 8. Skip Henderson 9. Bunny Gibson 10. Skip Henderson 11. George Stone 12. Hal Greer 13. Walt Walowac 14 Laverne Evans 15. Tyrone Phillips 16. Skip Henderson 17. Randy Noll 18. Tamar Slay 19. Tom Langfitt 20. Russell Lee 21. John Brannen John Milhoan Walt Walowac 24. John Taft 25. Leo Byrd

21-548 27-701 26-659 32-804 24-599 28-684 23-554 25-592 21-496 24-567 25-584 23-537 22-497 26-581 27-602 26-579 24-509 23-488 31-652 29-605 31-635 28-572 28-572

Field Goals Year 291 1987-88 285 1952-53 284 1966-67 268 1970-71 258 1971-72 256 1990-91 245 1988-89 244 1986-87 244 1977-78 241 1984-85 238 1967-68 236 1957-58 237 1951-52 235 1983-84 228 1992-93 224 1985-86 221 1972-73 216 1999-00 216 1964-65 213 1969-70 208 1996-97 208 1959-60 208 1953-54 204 1989-90 202 1958-59

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS (MIN. 400) 1. Walt Walowac 640 2. Skip Henderson 595 3. George Stone 587 4. George Stone 580 5. Russell Lee 561 6. John Taft 539 7. Bunny Gibson 519 8. Skip Henderson 490 9. John Taft 487 10. Ronald Blackshear 481 Russell Lee 481 11. Tom Langfitt 476 12. Randy Noll 472 13. Keith Veney 458 14. LaVerne Evans 445 15. Skip Henderson 443 16. Tamar Slay 439 John Brannen 439 18. Skip Henderson 436 19. Tamar Slay 434 20. James Campbell 428

Tamar Slay led Marshall in scoring from 1999-2002.

1953-54 988-89 1970-71 1987-88 1957-58 1966-67 1969-70 1967-68 1954-55 1957-58 1989-90 1959-60 1955-56 1992-93 1971-72 1951-52 1964-65 1955-56 1986-87 1996-97 1983-84 1977-78 1945-46

1951-52 1987-88 1966-67 1967-68 1971-72 1990-91 1977-78 1986-87 1988-89 2002-03 1969-70 1964-65 1972-73 1996-97 1983-84 1985-86 2001-02 1996-97 1984-85 1999-00 1979-80

21. 22. 23.

Shawn Moore Jim Davidson Bill Francis

413 411 410

1994-95 1966-67 1964-65

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 54%) Player PCT. 1. Rodney Holden .633 (119-188) 2. Hal Greer .615 (123-200) 3. Marvin Black .613 (125-204) 4. Bunny Gibson .605 (109-180) 5. Sidney Coles .604 (93-154) 6. Charles Jones .603 (120-199) 7. Tom Curry .602 (186-309) Jeff Guthrie .602 (112-186) 9. Hal Greer .600 (128-213) 10. Sam Ervin .595 (97-163) 11. J.R. VanHoose .594 (149-251) 12. Gery Strickland .586 (167-285) 13. J.R. VanHoose .578 (160-277) 14. David Anderson .571 (89-156) 15. Jeff Guthrie .571 (164-287) 16. J.R. VanHoose .567 (183-323) Wes Hardin .567 (72-127) 18. Ken Labanowski .563 (152-270) 19. Tyler Wilkerson .556 (104-187) 20. Ken Labanowski .552 (111-201) 21. David Anderson .547 (70-128) 22. Hal Greer .546 (236-432) 23. Markel Humphrey .544 (143-263) Tyrone Phillips .544 (228-419) 25. Carlton King .541 (93-172)

Year 1986-87 1955-56 2002-03 1976-77 1995-96 1981-82 1987-88 1985-86 1955-56 1983-84 1998-99 1988-89 2000-01 2004-05 1984-85 1999-00 1993-94 1980-81 2007-08 1979-80 2003-04 1957-58 2008-09 1992-93 1996-97

3-POINT FG MADE (MIN 30) (Southern conference was first ncaa league to adopt three-point rule in 1980) Player No. Year 1. Keith Veney 130 1996-97 2. Keith Veney 111 1995-96 3. Ronald Blackshear 98 2002-03 4. Tamar Slay 93 1999-00 5. Ronald Blackshear 88 2001-02 6. Ronny Dawn 82 2003-04 John Taft 82 1990-91 8. Skip Henderson 80 1987-88 9. Chris Lutz 65 2008-09 10. Chris Lutz 64 2009-10 Frank Martin 64 1991-92 12. Joda Burgess 63 1997-98 13. Tamar Slay 56 2000-01 14. Dago Pena 54 2010-11 15. Travis Young 53 1998-99

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Skip Henderson Tre Whitted John Taft John Taft Doug Schieppe DeAndre Kane Mark Dorris Joe Miles Damier Pitts Joe Miles Damier Pitts Harold Simmons Tink Brown Doug Schippe Barry Kincaid

53 52 52 51 51 49 48 48 47 47 42 39 37 35 33

1986-87 2006-07 1988-89 1989-90 1994-95 2010-11 2007-08 2005-06 2010-11 2004-05 2009-10 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1982-83

3-POINT FG ATTEMPTS (MIN 140) (Southern conference was first ncaa league to adopt three-point rule in 1980) Player No. Year 1. Keith Veney 320 1996-97 2. Ronald Blackshear 265 2002-03 3. Keith Veney 244 1995-96 4. Tamar Slay 215 1999-00 5. John Taft 197 1990-91 6. Skip Henderson 196 1987-88 7. Ronald Blackshear 193 2001-02 8. Tamar Slay 191 2001-02 9. John Brannen 184 1996-97 Frank Martin 184 1991-92 11. Chris Lutz 174 2008-09 12. Tamar Slay 171 2001-02 13. Tre Whitted 157 2006-07 14. DeAndre Kane 154 2010-11 15. Joda Burgess 153 1997-98 16. Chris Lutz 152 2009-10 Ronny Dawn 152 2003-04 18. Joda Burgess 151 2001-02 19. Shawn Moore 150 1994-95 20. Joda Burgess 148 1999-00 21. Damier Pitts 147 2010-11 22. Travis Young 141 1998-99 23. Mark Dorris 140 2007-08 3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE (MIN 37.5% Made 20/attempted 40) (Southern conference was first ncaa league to adopt three-point rule in 1980) Player PCT. Year 1. Malik Hightower .484 (46-95) 1994-95 2. Ronald Blackshear .456 (88-193) 2001-02 3. Keith Veney .455 (111-244) 1995-96 4. Brett Vincent .436 (65-149 ) 1990-91 5. Tamar Slay .433 (93-215) 1999-00 6. Scott Williams .426 (46-108) 1989-90 John Taft .426 (52-122) 1988-89 8. Skip Henderson .424 (53-125) 1986-87 9. Chris Lutz .421 (64-152) 2009-10 10. Ronny Dawn .416 (37-89) 2002-03 11. Dago Pena .415 (54-130) 2010-11 Harold Simmons .415 (44-106) 1991-92 13. Greg White .413 (26-63) 1980-81 14. Joda Burgess .412 (63-153) 1997-98 Barry Kincaid .412 (33-80) 1982-83 16. Skip Henderson .408 (80-196) 1987-88 17. Keith Veney .406 (130-320) 1996-97 18. Cornelius Jackson 398 (41-103) 1998-99 19. Ronny Dawn .395 (60-152) 2003-04 20. Tink Brown .394 (37-94) 1993-94 21. Enoch Bunch .381 (24-63) 2004-05 22. Markel Humphrey .375 (24-64) 2007-08

SEASON RECORDS

FREE THROWS MADE (MIN. 100) Player Free Throws Year 1. Leo Byrd 220 1958-59 2. Leo Byrd 171 1957-58 3. John Taft 170 1990-91 4. Laverne Evans 165 1983-84 5. John Taft 159 1988-89 6. Bob Redd 145 1966-67 7. Skip Henderson 142 1987-88 8. J.R. VanHoose 141 1999-00 9. Marvin Black 137 2003-04 10. Bob Redd 132 1965-66 Walt Walowac 132 1953-54 12. Bill Francis 131 1964-65 13. J.R. VanHoose 128 2000-01 Tom Ferrell 128 1973-74 Russell Lee 128 1969-70 Walt Walowac 128 1952-53 17. Tyrone Phillips 125 1992-93 John Taft 125 1989-90 19. DeAndre Kane 124 2010-11 20. Russell Lee 123 1970-71 21. John Milhoan 121 1959-60 22. John Brannen 120 1996-97 23. Damier Pitts 119 2010-11 Hal Greer 119 1956-57 25. George Stone 116 1967-68 26. Shawn Moore 115 1994-95 27. Ronald Blackshear 111 2002-03 Skip Henderson 111 1986-87 Charlie Slack 111 1955-56 30. Hassan Whiteside 110 2009-10 Cebe Price 110 1954-55 32. Tyler Wilkerson 108 2009-10 33. J.R. VanHoose 106 2001-02 George Washington 106 1978-79 35. Walt Walowac 105 1951-52 36. Skip Henderson 102 1984-85 Dan D’Antoni 102 1968-69 38. Mark Patton 101 2005-06 Keith Veney 101 1995-96 40. George Washington 100 1979-80 FREE THROW ATTEMPTS (MIN. 150) Player Free Throw Attempts 1. Leo Byrd 266 2. John Taft 246 3. Laverne Evans 232 4. Walt Walowac 218 5. Leo Byrd 211 6. Walt Walowac 208 7. John Taft 201 8. DeAndre Kane 196 9. Bob Redd 198 10. Marvin Black 192 11. Hassan Whiteside 187 12. J.R. VanHoose 184 Bob Redd 184 14. Skip Henderson 181 15. Tyrone Phillips 180 16. Russell Lee 179 17. Russell Lee 172 18. John Taft 171 George Washington 171 Bill Francis 171 21. J.R. VanHoose 168 22. Cebe Price 162 23. Skip Henderson 160 24. Hal Greer 156 25. Skip Henderson 155

Year 1958-59 1990-91 1983-84 1952-53 1957-58 1953-54 1988-89 2010-11 1966-67 2003-04 2009-10 1999-00 1965-66 1987-88 1992-93 1969-70 1970-71 1989-90 1978-79 1964-65 2000-01 1954-55 1986-87 1956-57 1984-85

Bob Burgess pulled down 356 rebounds during the 1959-1960 season

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN 50 MAKE/50 ATTEMPT) Player Free Throw Pct. 1. Bunny Gibson .944 (84-89) 2. John Milhoan .913 (63-69) 3. Ronald Blackshear .888 (111-125) 4. Bunny Gibson .884 (84-95) 5. Tom Ferrell .883 (128-145) 6. Greg White .860 (74-86) 7. Dave Miller .852 (52-61) 8. A.W. Hamilton .848 (67-79) 9. George Stone .847 (116-137) Malik Hightower .847 (61-72) 11.Damier Pitts .844 (119-141) Bill Francis .844 (65-77) 13. Damier Pitts .841 (95-113) 14. Dan D’Antoni .836 (102-122) 15. Hal Greer .833 (95-114) 16. Damier Pitts .832 (89-107) 17. Leo Byrd .827 (220-266) 18. George Stone .823 (116-141) 19. Tamar Slay .816 (102-125) John Brannen .816 (120-147) 21. John Milhoan .812 (121-149) Blaine Henry .812 (82-101) 23. Jeff Battle .811 (90-111) 24. Ronald Blackshear .802 (65-81) 25. Malik Hightower .800 (52-65) 26. Mike D’Antoni .792 (99-125) 27. John Taft .791 (159-201) 28. Troy Gray .790 (79-100) Malik Hightower .790 (75-95)

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Year 1977-78 1957-58 2002-03 1978-79 1973-74 1979-80 1976-77 2004-05 1967-68 1992-93 2010-11 1963-64 2008-09 1968-69 1957-58 2009-10 1958-59 1966-67 2000-01 1996-97 1959-60 1970-71 1984-85 2001-02 1993-94 1971-72 1988-89 1994-95 1991-92

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SEASON RECORDS 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26.

J.R. VanHoose led Marshall in field goal percentage every year of his career.

REBOUNDS (MIN 300) Player 1. Charlie Slack 2. Charlie Slack 3. Charlie Slack 4. Charlie Slack 5. Bob Allen 6. Bob Burgess 7. Bob Allen 8. Randy Noll 9. Hal Greer 10. Randy Noll 11. Russell Lee 12. Russell Lee 13. J.R. VanHoose 14. Dave Smith 15. Hassan Whiteside

Rebounds Year 538 1954-55 520 1955-56 466 1953-54 392 1952-53 388 1966-67 356 1959-60 354 1967-68 339 1971-72 332 1956-57 329 1972-73 323 1971-72 322 1970-71 319 2001-02 306 1970-71 303 2009-10

REBOUND AVERAGE (MIN 12.0) Player Average G’s-Number 1. Charlie Slack * 25.6 21-538 2. Charlie Slack 23.6 22-520 3. Charlie Slack 22.2 21-466 4. Charlie Slack 16.3 24-392 5. Bob Burgess 15.5 23-356 6. Bob Allen 14.2 25-354 7. Bob Burgess 14.2 22-312 8. Bob Burgess 13.9 22-305 9. Bob Allen 13.9 28-388 10. Hal Greer 13.8 24-332 11. Randy Noll 12.6 27-339 12. Russell Lee 12.4 26-322 *NCAA Record ASSISTS (MIN 125) Assists not kept before 1970-71 season Player Assists 1. Mike D’Antoni 241 2. Mike D’Antoni 228 3. Cornelius Jackson 218 4. Greg White 198 5. Joe Hickman 192 6. Sam Henry 190

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Year 1954-55 1955-56 1953-54 1952-53 1959-60 1967-68 1960-61 1961-62 1966-67 1956-57 1971-72 1970-71

Year 1971-72 1972-73 1999-00 1977-78 1974-75 1981-82

Mike D’Antoni Sidney Coles Jason Williams Jeff Battle Greg White Andy Paul Williamson Greg White Joe Hickman Greg White A.W. Hamilton Sam Henry Cornelius Jackson Damier Pitts Dwayne Lewis Cornelius Jackson A.W. Hamilton Jeff Battle Chris Ross Chris Ross Andy Paul Williamson

190 183 178 177 171 169 168 168 164 158 157 155 147 146 145 138 135 131 128 126

1970-71 1996-97 1995-96 1984-85 1980-81 1987-88 1978-79 1975-76 1979-80 2003-04 1982-83 2000-01 2009-10 1986-87 1998-99 2002-03 1983-84 2006-07 2005-06 1988-89

STEALS (Records not kept until 1975-76 season Min 35) Player Assists Year 1. Sidney Coles 75 1995-96 Jeff Guthrie 75 1984-85 3. Sidney Coles 72 1996-97 4. Tyrone Phillips 65 1992-93 5. Tink Brown 58 1994-95 6. Skip Henderson 57 1987-88 David Wade 57 1981-82 8. Mark Dorris 55 2007-08 Sam Henry 55 1982-83 10. Chris Ross 54 2005-06 11. Chris Ross 50 2006-07 Travis Young 50 1999-00 Skip Henderson 50 1985-86 14. Tamar Slay 49 2001-02 Tink Brown 49 1993-94 Shawn Moore 49 1993-94 16. Skip Henderson 46 1986-87 17. Travis Young 44 1998-99 Travis Young 44 1997-98 19. Earl Williams 41 1975-76 20. Harold Simmons 40 1991-92 John Taft 40 1990-91 22. Tamar Slay 39 2000-01 Ken Labanowski 39 1980-81 24. A.W. Hamilton 38 2003-04 25. Darryl Merthie 37 2009-10 Monty Wright 37 2002-03 27. A.W. Hamilton 36 2004-05 28. Shaquille Johnson 35 2009-10 BLOCKED SHOTS (Records not kept until 1975-76 season Min 20) Player Assists Year 1. Hassan Whiteside 182 2009-10 2. Omar Roland 101 1989-90 3. Jean Francois Bro Grebe 65 2006-07 4. Charles Jones 58 1982-83 5. Latece Williams 51 2001-02 Tom Curry 51 1987-88 7. Latece Williams 48 2000-01 8. Omar Roland 47 1988-89 9. Curtis Raymond 44 1994-95 10. Derrick Wright 43 1996-97 11. Mark Patton 39 2005-06 Charles Jones 39 1981-82 13. Tom Curry 38 1985-86 14. Derrick Wright 37 1998-99 John Brown 37 1995-96 Tyrone Phillips 36 1990-91 17. Tyler Wilkerson 34 2009-10 18. Tyrone Phillips 33 1991-92

Mark Patton led the Herd in scoring from 2004-06 and was named to the All-Conference USA Third Team in 2005-06. 19. 20. 21. 23. 25. 26. 27. 29. 30. 31. 32.

Nigel Spikes Derrick Wright Mark Patton Charles Jones Tyler Wilkerson Tom Curry Tyrone Phillips Derrick Wright Orlando Allen Ardo Armpalu Mark Patton Johnny Thomas Steve Smith Tom Curry

32 32 31 31 29 29 26 25 24 24 23 22 21 20

2010-11 1999-00 2004-05 1980-81 2007-08 1986-87 1992-93 1997-98 2010-11 2002-03 2003-04 2010-11 1975-76 1984-85

Hassan Whiteside reset the school record for career blocked shots at Marshall despite only playing one season (2009-10)

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GAME RECORDS

Game Records POINTS (Min. 38) 1. 55 Skip Henderson vs. The Citadel 2. 51 Keith Veney vs. Morehead State 3. 50 Bunny Gibson vs. UT-Chattanooga 4. 46 Skip Henderson vs. Charleston 46 George Stone vs. Nebraska 6. 44 Skip Henderson vs. UT-Chattanooga 44 Ronald Blackshear vs. Akron 8. 43 John Taft vs. East Tenn. State 9. 42 John Taft vs. South Alabama 10. 40 Ronald Blackshear vs. Eastern Michigan 40 John Taft vs. District of Columbia 40 Leo Byrd vs. St. Bonaventure 40 Walt Walowac vs. Union College 40 Walt Walowac vs. Ohio Univ. 15. 39 Keith Veney vs. Hampton 39 Shawn Moore vs. Canisius 39 John Taft vs. Virginia Tech 39 John Taft vs. The Citadel 18. 38 Tamar Slay vs. Western Michigan 38 Skip Henderson vs. Davidson 38 Skip Henderson vs. UT-Chattanooga 38 LaVerne Evans vs. UT-Chattanooga

3/4/88 12/14/96 1/30/78 1/8/86 3/13/67 2/12/88 3/1/02 xx/xx/91 11/30/88 2/3/03 1/21/91 2/21/59 1951 1951 1/6/96 12/10/94 xx/xx/91 2/19/90 12/20/99 2/21/87 2/21/85 3/4/84

Most FG Made (Min. 12) 1. 22 Bunny Gibson vs. UT-Chattanooga 2. 20 Skip Henderson vs. The Citadel 20 George Stone vs. Nebraska 4. 18 Skip Henderson vs. UT-Chattanooga 5. 17 Skip Henderson vs. Charleston 17 Walt Walowac vs. Ohio Univ. 7. 16 Keith Veney vs. Morehead State 8. 15 John Taft vs. Texas A&M 15 John Taft vs. Furman 15 Tom Ferrell vs. West Florida 15 Russell Lee vs. DePauw 11. 14 Ronald Blackshear vs. Ball State 14 Skip Henderson vs. Nevada 13. 13 Chris Lutz vs. Tulane 13 J.R. VanHoose vs. Buffalo 13 Carlton King vs. Ball State 16. 12 Tamar Slay vs. West Virginia 12 Tamar Slay vs. Western Michigan 12 Troy Gray vs. East Tenn. State 12 LaVerne Evans vs. Davidson 12 Ken Labanowski vs. Furman 12 Dave Mastropaolo vs. DePaul 12 Bob Williams vs. Morehead State

1/30/78 3/4/88 3/13/67 2/21/85 1/8/86 1951 12/14/96 12/7/89 3/4/89 2/9/74 1/12/72 1/29/02 1/3/88 2/7/09 2/17/99 1/29/98 1/18/00 12/20/99 1/29/94 2/28/81 2/21/81 12/28/74 12/9/74

Most FG Attempts (Min. 25) 1. 39 George Stone vs. Toledo 2. 38 George Stone vs. Nebraska 3. 35 John Mihoan vs. Miami (Ohio) 4. 31 Skip Henderson vs. The Citadel 5. 29 John Taft vs. Virginia Tech 29 Russell Lee vs. SW Louisiana 6. 28 Tamar Slay vs. Western Michigan 28 Tamar Slay vs. West Virginia 28 Randy Noll vs. Oral Roberts 9. 27 Ronald Blackshear vs. Ball State 27 Tamar Slay vs. Troy 27 Keith Veney vs. Morehead State 27 Ronald Blackshear vs. Ohio 27 Ronald Blackshear vs. Ball State 27 Tamar Slay vs. Troy 27 Keith Veney vs. Morehead State 16. 26 Ronald Blackshear vs. Eastern Michigan 26 Skip Hendrson vs. Kent State

1968 3/13/67 1959 3/4/88 11/27/89 3/11/72 12/20/99 1/18/00 1/3/73 1/29/02 11/23/01 12/14/96 2/1/03 1/29/02 11/23/01 12/14/96 2/3/03 11/29/86

Walt Walowac became the first Marshall player to score 40 points in a game. Walowac put up 40 during two games in the 1950-51 season.

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25 25 25 25

Shawn Moore vs. Canisius John Taft vs. Furman Skip Henderson vs. UT-Chattanooga Skip Henderson vs. UT-Chattanooga

12/10/94 3/4/89 2/21/85 2/21/85

Highest Field Goal Percentage (Min. 5 made, 80%) 1. 100 (8-8) Latece Williams vs. Eastern Michigan 2. 100 (8-8) Charles Jones vs. VMI 3. 100 (7-7) Marcus Goode vs. Mississippi 4. 100 (7-7) Rodney Holden vs. East Tenn. St. 5. 90.9 (10-11)Rod Nelson vs. CCNY 6. 90.0 9-10 VonDale Mortan vs. Bluefield St. 7. 90.0 (9-10)Dwayne Lewis vs. Radford 8. 85.7 (12-14)Skip Henderson vs. Hawaii Pacific 85.7 (6-7) Dago Pena vs. ECU 85.7 (6-7) Aundra Williams vs. Binghamton 11. 84.6 (11-13)Joda Burgess vs. Rio Grande 12. 84.6 (11-13)Greg White vs. South Carolina 13. 80.0 (8-10)John Brown at Radford

1/12/02 2/11/82 11/23/08 2/1/86 12/28/82 11/14/98 12/5/87 11/30/85 1/22/11 12/28/10 12/13/97 12/1/80 12/7/96

Most Three-Point Field Goals Made (Min. 5) 1. 15 Keith Veney vs. Morehead State 2. 14 Ronald Blackshear vs. Akron 3. 10 Keith Veney vs. Hampton 4. 9 Tamar Slay vs. West Virginia 9 John Taft vs. District of Columbia 9 Skip Henderson vs. The Citadel 7. 8 Ronald Blackshear vs. Eastern Michigan 8 Ronald Blackshear vs. Miami (Ohio) 8 Joda Burgess vs. Buffalo 10. 7 Chris Lutz vs. UTEP 7 Chris Lutz vs. Tulane 7 Ronny Dawn vs. Kentucky 7 Ronald Blackshear vs. Toledo 7 Ronald Blackshear vs. Niagara 7 Joda Burgess vs. Morehead State 7 Doug Schieppe vs. Bluefield State 7 John Taft vs. Western Carolina 7 Skip Henderson vs. Davidson 18. 6 Chris Lutz vs. UCF 6 Chris Lutz vs. UCF 6 Matt Walls vs. East Tenn. State

12/14/96 3/1/02 1/6/96 1/18/00 1/21/91 3/4/88 2/3/03 2/14/02 3/3/01 2/14/09 2/7/09 12/1/03 1/11/03 11/22/02 12/8/97 11/26/94 2/10/90 2/21/87 2/27/10 1/13/10 12/4/07

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GAME RECORDS 21.

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Damier Pitts at ECU Damier Pitts at St. Bonaventure Dago Pena vs. ECU Dago Pena vs. Western Carolina Joe Miles vs. East Carolina John Taft vs. East Tenn. State John Taft vs. Northwestern (La.) John Taft vs. Kentucky Andy Paul Williamson vs. South Alabama

2/12/11 1/2/11 1/22/11 3/16/10 2/18/06 1/30/89 12/30/88 12/17/88 11/30/88

3. 4. 6. 7. 9. 10. 11.

Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted (MIN. 10) 1. 25 Keith Veney vs. Morehead State 12/14/96 2. 23 Ronald Blackshear vs. Akron 3/1/02

17.

19 18 18 17 16 16 14 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10

Tamar Slay vs. West Virginia Chris Lutz vs. Tulane Ronald Blackshear vs. Ohio Keith Veney vs. Hampton Tamar Slay vs. Troy John Taft vs. District of Columbia Matt Walls vs. East Tenn. State Joda Burgess vs. Morehead State John Taft vs. Western Carolina Damier Pitts at UTEP Chris Lutz vs. UCF Travis Aikens vs. Evansville Travis Young vs. Georgia John Taft vs. Kentucky Skip Henderson vs. Davidson DeAndre Kane at Southern Miss Tre Whitted vs. Ohio Tre Whitted vs. Ohio Ronny Dawn vs. Ohio

1/18/00 2/7/09 2/1/03 1/6/96 11/23/01 1/21/91 12/4/07 12/8/97 2/10/90 3/2/11 2/27/10 11/18/06 11/23/98 12/17/88 2/21/88 2/5/11 1/3/07 12/2/06 2/29/04

Highest Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (MIN. 4 MADE, 55%) 1. 100 5-5 Scott Williams vs. UT-Chattanooga 1/13/90 100 4-4 Cam Miller vs. Brescia 12/16/09 100 4-4 Joda Burgess vs. Rio Grande 12/15/99 4. 87.5 7-8 Joda Burgess vs. Rio Grande 12/13/97 5. 83.3 5-6 Tamar Slay vs. Eastern Michigan 2/6/99 6. 77.7 7-9 John Brannen vs. Georgia Southern 2/27/97 7. 75.0 6-8 Chris Lutz vs. UCF 1/13/10 8. 63.6 7-11 Skip Henderson vs. Davidson 2/21/88 9. 58.3 7-12 John Taft vs. Western Carolina 2/10/90

Keith Veney made an NCAA record 15 three-pointers versus Morehead State in the Henderson Center on Dec. 14, 1996, a mark he still holds at the Division I level. He is also the Herdâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s second all-time leading three-point shooter, despite only playing two years at MU.

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Most FT Made (MIN. 12) 1. 18 John Taft vs. Southern Miss 2. 17 Walt Walowac vs. Ohio Univ. 3. 15 Damier Pitts vs. Western Carolina 15 Damier Pitts vs. UCF 5 14 Damier Pitts vs. Houston 14 Ronald Blackshear vs. Western Michigan 14 John Brannen vs. Georgia Southern 14 Malik Hightower vs. Appalachain State 14 LaVerne Evans vs. UT-Chattanooga 14 Eddie Hicks, vs. Ohio 14 Troy Lee Mikell, vs. East Tenn. State 14 LaVerne Evans vs. The Citadel 13. 13 Tirrell Baines vs. Cumberlands 13 Skip Henderson vs. UT-Chattanooga 13 Skip Henderson vs. Ohio Univ. 15. 12 Mark Dorris vs. UCF 12 Ronald Blackshear vs. Eastern Michigan 12 J.R. VanHoose vs. Niagara 12 Tamar Slay vs. Kent State 12 Dwayne Lewis vs. Ohio 12 Skip Henderson vs. Charleston

12/28/88 1951 3/16/10 2/27/10 3/9/11 1/4/03 1/20/97 1/4/94 3/4/84 12/17/84 2/8/82 2/23/81 12/20/08 1/30/88 12/7/87 2/23/08 3/10/03 12/9/00 1/8/00 12/10/87 1/8/86

Most FT Attempted (MIN. 14) 1. 25 Walt Walowac vs. Ohio Univ. 2. 19 John Taft vs. Southern Miss 3. 18 Damier Pitts vs. Houston 18 Damier Pitts vs. UCF 5. 17 Ronald Blackshear vs. Western Michigan 17 Tamar Slay vs. Kent State 7. 16 Damier Pitts vs. Western Carolina 16 Tirrell Baines vs. Cumberlands 16 Travis Aikens vs. UNC-Greensboro 16 Marvin Black vs. Buffalo 11. 15 Hassan Whiteside vs. UCF 15 Mark Dorris vs. UCF 15 David Anderson vs. UAB

1953 12/28/88 3/9/11 2/27/10 1/4/03 1/8/00 3/16/10 12/20/08 11/11/06 1/17/04 2/27/10 2/23/08 12/4/04

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MARSHALL 15 15 15 15 15 15 15

John Brannen at Georgia Southern John Taft vs. Army Sam Henry vs. Western Carolina LaVerne Evans vs. Furman LaVerne Evans vs. West Virginia Ken Labanowski vs. VMI Dwayne Lewis vs. Ohio

GAME RECORDS 1/20/97 11/24/89 1/28/84 1/16/84 12/5/81 1/3/81 12/10/87

Highest Free-Throw Percentage (MIN. 10 attempts, 90%) 1. 100 14-14 John Humphrey vs. UT-Chattanooga 100 14-14 LaVerne Evans vs. UT-Chattanooga 100 14-14 LaVerne Evans vs. The Citadel 100 10-10 J.R. VanHoose vs. Canisius 100 10-10 Damier Pitts vs. Southern Miss 6. 93.8 15-16 Damier Pitts vs. Western Carolina 7. 93.3 14-15 John Brannen vs. Georgia Southern Rebounds (MIN. 20) 1. 43 Charlie Slack vs. Univ. of Charleston 2. 34 Charlie Slack vs. Miami 3. 33 Charlie Slack vs. Kent State 4. 32 Charlie Slack vs. Bowling Green 32 Charlie Slack vs. Univ. of Charleston 6. 31 Charlie Slack vs. Western Michigan 31 Charlie Slack vs. Ohio 8. 30 Charlie Slack vs. Carnegie Mellon Charlie Slack vs. Toledo Charlie Slack vs. Boston College 11. 29 Charlie Slack vs. Western Michigan 29 Charlie Slack vs. West Virginia Wesleyan 13. 28 Charlie Slack vs. Ohio 28 Charlie Slack vs. Xavier 28 Bob Allen vs. Virginia 16. 27 Charlie Slack vs. Morehead State 17. 26 Charlie Slack vs. Washington & Lee 26 Charlie Slack vs. Miami 19. 25 Bob Allen vs. Old Dominion 20. 22 Rodney Holden vs. The Citadel 22 Bob Williams vs. Univ of Charleston 22 21 Randy Noll vs. St. John’s 21 Dave Smith vs. Bowling Green 24. 20 Randy Noll vs. Eastern Kentucky 20 Tyler Wilkerson vs. North Carolina A&T

1/12/54 1/6/54 1/18/55 2/19/55 2/24/56 1/8/55 2/8/55 12/30/54 2/12/55 12/29/55 1/7/56 2/7/56 12/14/54 1/11/55 12/20/67 2/2/56 1/2/55 2/22/55 2/27/68 1/18/86 2/18/75 12/18/71 1/25/69 1/6/73 11/15/09

Assists (MIN. 10) (Records not kept until 1970-71 except for the 1951-52 season) 1. 18 Greg White vs. CCNY 12/8/79 2. 16 Greg White vs. UT-Chattanooga 1/31/78 16 Greg White vs. Davidson 12/17/77 16 Mike D’Antoni vs. Western Michigan 1/8/72 16 Mike D’Antoni vs. St. Francis 3/3/71 6. 15 Cornielius Jackson vs. Central Michigan 12/30/99 15 Greg Battle vs. CCNY 12/28/82 8. 14 Mike D’Antoni vs. Central Michigan 1/13/73 9. 13 DeAndre Kane vs. Virginia Military 12/19/10 13 Jeff Battle vs. New Orleans 11/30/84 11. 12 Jason Williams vs. Western Carolina 2/5/96 12 Andy Paul Williamson vs. Youngstown St. 12/4/87 12 Dave Mastropaolo vs. DePaul 12/28/74 12 Bob Williams vs. Morehead State 12/9/74 12 Joe Hickman vs. George Washington 12/22/74 13. 11 AW Hamilton vs. Northern Illinois 12/13/03 11 AW Hamilton vs. Morehead State 12/17/02 11 Enoch Bunch vs. Shepherd 11/26/01 11 Cornelious Jackson vs. Northern Illinois 2/10/99 11 Travis Young vs. Rio Grande 12/13/97 11 Tink Brown vs. UT-Chattanooga 1/7/95 11 Sam Henry vs. UT-Chattanooga 2/22/82 11 Sam Henry vs. Armstrong State 11/30/81 11 Greg White vs. Western Carolina 2/2/81

25.

1988-89 3/4/84 2/23/81 11/20/99 1/8/11 3/16/10 1/20/07

10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Dago Pena vs. Salem Damier Pitts vs. Houston Damier Pitts vs. Ohio Darryl Merthie vs. East Tenn. State Monty Wright vs. Kentucky State Norman Ray vs. East Tenn. State Jeff Battle vs. Appalachian State

12/3/09 3/9/11 12/17/08 11/20/07 11/25/02 2/1/86 2/13/84

Steals (MIN. 5) (Records not kept until 1975-76 season) 1. 10 Shawn Moore vs. East Tenn. State 1/29/94 2. 8 David Wade vs. Marquette 2/1/84 8 Jeff Battle vs. Furman 1/7/84 4. 7 Travis Young vs. Rio Grande 12/15/99 7 Sidney Coles vs. Georgia Southern 2/26/96 6. 6 Chris Lutz vs. Morgan State 11/21/08 6 Mark Dorris vs. Tulane 2/17/07 6 Travis Young vs. Winthrop 12/16/00 6 Sidney Coles vs. Furman 1/11/97 6 Troy Gray vs. UT-Chattanooga 1/7/95 6 Jeff Guthrie vs. Fresno State 12/20/85 12. 5 Johnny Higgins vs. Glenville State 11/15/10 5 Dago Pena vs. Salem 12/3/09 5 Chris Ross vs. Rice 2/8/06 5 Ardo Armpalu vs. Northern Illinois 12/7/02 5 Enoch Bunch vs. Shepherd 11/26/01 5 Travis Young vs. Northern Illinois 1/8/98 5 Skip Henderson vs. Davidson 2/8/88 5 Skip Henderson vs. Appalachian State 2/27/87 5 Dwayne Lewis vs. Davidson 2/2/87 Blocks (MIN. 5) (Records not kept until 1975-76 season) 1. 13 Hassan Whiteside vs. UCF 2/27/10 2 11 Hassan Whiteside vs. Brescia 12/16/09 3. 10 Hassan Whiteside vs. UCF 1/13/10 4. 9 Hassan Whiteside vs. Ohio 11/28/09 9 Latece Williams vs. Charleston 11/17/00 9 Omar Roland vs. UT-Chattanooga 1/13/90 7. 8 Hassan Whiteside vs. Tulane 1/16/10 8. 7 Hassan Whiteside vs. Tulane 2/20/10 7 Hassan Whiteside vs. Memphis 1/27/10 7 Hassan Whiteside vs. Southern Miss 1/5/10 11. 6 Hassan Whiteside vs. Tulsa 3/11/10 6 Hassan Whiteside vs. UTEP 3/2/10 6 Hassan Whiteside vs. St. Bonaventure 1/2/10 6 Hassan Whiteside vs. High Point 12/20/09 6 J.F. Bro Grebe vs. UAB 2/3/07 6 LaVar Carter vs. Eastern Michigan 11/30/04 6 Omar Roland vs. East Tenn. State 2/25/89 6 Andy Paul Williamson vs. Arkansas State 12/16/88 6 Tom Curry, vs. Youngstown State 12/4/87 20. 5 Hassan Whiteside vs. Western Carolina 3/16/10 5 Hassan Whiteside vs. Rio Grande 2/9/10 5 Hassan Whiteside vs. Tulsa 2/3/10 5 Hassan Whiteside vs. UAB 1/23/10 5 Hassan Whiteside, vs. East Carolina 1/9/10 5 Mark Patton vs. UCF 3/1/06 5 Latece Williams vs. Auburn 12/15/01 5 Latece Williams vs. Winthrop 12/3/01 5 Derrick Wright vs. Morehead State 12/28/98 5 Carlton King vs. VMI 1/27/97 5 Tom Curry vs. East Tenn. State 2/1/86 5 Tom Curry vs. Morehead State 12/31/85

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TEAM RECORDS MOST POINTS IN A GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 11.

15. 18. 19. 21.

27. 28.

32.

37.

41.

48.

56.

61.

68.

75.

100

131 130 127 125 124 123 123 122 121 121 119 119 119 119 118 118 118 117 116 116 115 115 115 115 115 115 114 113 113 113 113 112 112 112 112 112 111 111 111 111 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 109 109 109 109 109 109 109 109 109 108 108 108 108 108 107 107 107 107 107 107 107 106 106 106 106 106 106 106 105 105 105

vs. Old Dominion W (131-91) vs. Boston College W (130-69) vs. Western Michigan W (127-126) vs. Western Michigan W (125-98) vs. Milligan W (124-71) vs. Hampton W (123-95) vs. Davis & Elkins W (123-62) vs. Charleston W (122-84) vs. UCF W (121-115, 3OT) vs. The Citadel W (121-78) vs. Salem W (119-35) vs. Charleston W (119-76) vs. Nebraska W (119-88) vs. Salem W (119-55) vs. Bluefield State W( 118-60) vs. Mississippi W (118-98) vs. Richmond W (118-103) vs. Rio Grande W (117-90) vs. South Carolina W (116-85) vs. St. Francis (Pa.) W (116-79) vs. Rio Grande W (115-73) vs. WV Wesleyan W (115-85) vs. Washington & Lee W (115-85) vs. Charleston W (115-76) vs. UT-Chattanooga W (115-91) vs. Davidson W (115-97) vs. Ohio Wesleyan W (114-108) vs. Akron W (113-81) vs. Virginia Tech W (113-57) vs. Charleston W (113-86) vs. CCNY W( 113-54) vs. Western Kentucky W (112-83) vs. St. Francis (Pa.) W (112-86) vs. Ohio Wesleyan W (112-83) vs. Bluefield State W (112-67) vs. VMI W (112-87) vs. UT-Chattanooga W (111-107) vs. South Alabama W (111-110) vs. District of ColumbiaW (111-62) vs. East Tennessee St. W (111-84) vs. Kent State W (110-108) vs. Florida Southern W (110-81) vs. Western Michigan W (110-99) vs. Charleston W (110-87) vs. St. John's W (110-107) vs. VMI W (110-91) vs. WV Tech W (110-57) vs. High Point W (109-76) vs. Charleston W (109-91) vs. Florida State W (109-68) vs. Charleston W (109-85) vs. Charleston W (109-76) vs. CCNY W (109-69) vs. Pitt-Johnstown W (109-87) vs. UNC-Ashville W (109-82) vs. Charleston W (109-75) vs. Charleston W (108-94) vs. Morehead St. L (108-103) vs. Kent State W (108-67) vs. Davidson W (108-80) vs. Virginia Tech W (108-104) vs. St. Peter's W (107-94) vs. East Carolina W (107-79) vs. Samford W (107-85) vs. DePaul W (107-96) vs. East Tennessee St. W (107-103) vs. VMI W (107-62) vs. Rio Grande W (107-63) vs. Morehead St. W (106-65) vs. Charleston W (106-87) vs. George WashingtonW (106-85) vs. St. Peter's W (106-71) vs. Oral Roberts W (106-103) vs. Hawaii Pacific W (106-62) vs. Charleston W (106-100) vs. Brescia W (105-54) vs. Ky. Wesleyan W (105-54) vs. Charleston W (105-79)

2/27/68 12/29/55 12/20/99 2/28/70 11/25/95 1/6/95 1952-53 12/19/88 2/27/10 3/4/88 12/3/09 1/6/71 3/13/67 1944-45 11/22/97 12/19/70 12/29/65 12/22/78 12/1/80 2/17/73 2/9/10 1952-53 1955-56 1955-56 1/30/78 12/17/79 12/11/78 1951-52 1952-53 12/21/57 12/28/82 1/4/67 3/1/71 12/13/83 11/26/94 1/16/95 3/4/84 11/30/88 12/1/89 2/19/96 1955-56 1/16/65 1/30/65 12/3/66 12/18/71 2/21/83 11/16/08 12/20/09 1955-56 1/25/58 1/16/62 1/6/65 12/8/79 12/20/80 12/21/96 11/17/00 2/5/55 1955-56 1/19/57 12/17/77 1/4/89 12/14/68 1/2/71 2/6/71 1/29/75 2/23/91 2/18/95 12/15/99 12/17/49 1960-61 3/5/71 12/8/71 2/10/73 12/1/84 1/8/85 12/16/09 1/7/50 1952-53

85.

92.

104.

117.

130.

105 105 105 105 105 105 105 104 104 104 104 104 104 104 103 103 103 103 103 103 103 103 103 103 103 103 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

vs. Ohio W (105-85) vs. St. Francis (Pa.) W (105-68) vs. Old Dominion W (105-103) vs. Morehead St. W (105-82) vs. Campbell W (105-66) vs. The Citadel W (105-78) vs. Bluefield State W (105-64) vs. Kent State W (104-87) vs. South Dakota W (104-70) vs. VMI W (104-77) vs. Western Carolina W (104-78) vs. Ohio W (104-93) vs. Western Carolina L (125-104) vs. Akron W (104-87) vs. Morningside W (103-100) vs. Muskingum W (103-75) vs. Virginia W (103-98) vs. Charleston W (103-92) vs. Western Michigan W (103-75) vs. Bowling Green W (103-80) vs. Western Carolina W (103-94) vs. VMI W (103-67) vs. Western Carolina W (103-74) vs. Southern Miss W (103-97) vs. Georgia Southern W (103-53) vs. Rio Grande W (103-64) vs. Memphis W (102-76) vs. Marietta W (102-78) vs. Kent State W (102-78) vs. Baldwin-Wallace W (102-80) vs. St. Francis (Pa.) W (102-91) vs. Morehead St. L (110-102) vs. Western Michigan W (102-77) vs. DePauw W (102-76) vs. Cleveland State W (102-70) vs. Eastern Kentucky W (102-89) vs. Jacksonville W (102-80) vs. Canisius W (102-92) vs. UNC-Ashville W (102-66) vs. Charleston W (101-92) vs. St. Francis (Pa.) W (101-89) vs. Western Michigan W (101-85) vs. Bowling Green W (101-87) vs. Ohio Wesleyan W (101-70) vs. St. Francis (Pa.) W (101-83) vs. Charleston W (101-93) vs. Cleveland State W (101-76) vs. Louisiana-LafayetteL (112-101) vs. Appalachian State W (101-72) vs. Northwestern (La.)W (101-91) vs. Longwood W (101-86) vs. Radford W (101-73) vs. East Carolina W (100-49) vs. Miami (Ohio) L (107-100) vs. St. Francis (Pa.) W (100-96) vs. Western Kentucky W (100-97) vs. Tampa W (100-88) vs. Bowling Green W (100-98) vs. Charleston W (100-96) vs. Maine W (100-68) vs. Eastern Kentucky W (100-76) vs. The Citadel W (100-66) vs. Armstrong Atlantic St. W (100-91) vs. East Tennessee St.W (100-82) vs. Western Carolina L (102-100 OT) vs. Gardner-Webb W (100-62) vs. Morehead St. L (101-100)

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY (Min. 40) 1. 84 vs. Salem W (119-35) 2. 64 vs. Salem W (119-55) 3. 61 vs. Boston College W (130-69) 61 vs. Davis & Elkins W (123-62) 5. 59 vs. CCNY W (113-54) 6. 58 vs. Bluefield St. W (118-60) 7. 56 vs. Virginia Tech W (113-57) 8. 53 vs. WVU Tech W (110-57) 53 vs. Milligan W (124-71) 10. 51 vs. East Carolina W (100-49) 51 vs. Brescia W (105-54)

12/3/09 1944-45 12/29/55 1952-53 12/28/82 11/22/97 1952-53 11/16/08 11/25/95 2/6/10 12/16/09

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12/14/54 3/5/66 12/28/66 12/13/71 2/13/82 2/15/88 11/14/98 1/8/66 12/4/71 1/29/87 2/14/87 12/14/88 2/5/96 3/1/02 1952-53 1952-53 12/29/54 2/17/55 12/15/56 1/22/72 12/9/75 2/11/82 2/1/88 12/28/88 2/11/95 12/13/97 1952-53 1952-53 1/9/54 2/7/57 12/21/63 2/18/64 1/9/72 1/12/72 2/3/72 12/21/74 1/9/78 12/10/94 12/28/99 2/20/54 12/12/56 3/2/57 2/8/58 1/4/66 1/14/67 1/10/68 2/25/71 3/2/72 (NCAA)

2/22/88 12/30/88 12/7/92 12/23/95 2/6/10 1/6/54 1/18/58 1/28/59 2/9/62 1/25/69 12/10/69 12/20/71 2/3/73 2/23/80 11/30/81 1/21/84 2/23/84 11/25/96 12/17/02


MARSHALL 13. 14. 15. 18. 20. 22. 23.

27.

51 vs. Ky. Wesleyan 50 vs. Ga. Southern 49 vs. Dis. Columbia 45 vs. Glenville State 45 vs. Bluefield St. 45 vs. VMI 44 vs. Rio Grande 44 vs. Hawaii Pacific 43 vs. The Citadel 43 vs. Charleston 42 vs. Rio Grande 41 vs. Bluefield St. 41 vs. Florida St. 41 vs. Kent St. 41 vs. Morehead St. 40 vs. CCNY 40 vs. Old Dominion

W (105-54) W (103-53) W (111-62) W (93-48) W (112-67) W (107-62) W (107-63) W (106-62) W (121-78) W (119-76) W (115-73) W (105-64) W (109-68) W (108-67) W (106-65) W (109-69) W (131-91)

TEAM RECORDS 1/7/50 2/11/95 12/1/89 11/15/10 11/26/94 2/18/95 12/15/99 12/1/84 3/4/88 1/6/71 2/9/10 11/14/98 1/25/58 1/19/57 12/17/49 12/8/79 2/27/68

6. 7. 9. 10. 11. 13. 15. 16. 18. 19. 22. 23.

POINTS IN A HALF (MIN. 60) 1. 71 vs. Davidson 2. 70 vs. Rio Grande 3. 68 vs. The Citadel 4. 67 vs. East Carolina 67 vs. High Point 67 vs. South Carolina 7. 66 vs. Radford 8. 65 vs. Georgia Southern 65 vs. Campbell 10. 64 vs. Houston 11. 63 vs. Charleston 12. 62 vs. Rio Grande 62 vs. Canisius 62 vs. CCNY 15. 61 vs. Canisius 61 vs. Western Carolina 61 vs. Ohio Wesleyan 61 vs. UT-Chattanooga 19. 60 vs. Salem 60 vs. Virginia Tech

12/17/80 12/22/79 3/4/88 2/6/10 12/20/09 12/1/80 12/23/95 2/26/96 2/13/82 3/9/11 12/19/88 2/9/10 12/10/94 12/28/82 12/10/94 1/26/88 12/13/83 1/30/78 12/3/09 1990

FIELD GOALS MADE (MIN. 40) 1. 55 vs. Old Dominion 2. 53 vs. Boston College 53 vs. South Carolina 4. 52 vs. CCNY 5. 50 vs. Hawaii Pacific 6. 49 vs. Milligan 49 vs. Charleston 8. 48 vs. Salem 9. 47 vs. UT-Chattanooga 47 vs. Davidson 11. 45 vs. Ohio Wesleyan 45 vs. CCNY 45 vs. Univ. of Charleston 45 vs. Western Carolina 13. 44 vs. Rio Grande 44 vs. Bluefield State 44 vs. The Citadel 44 vs. Rio Grande 17. 43 vs. Rio Grande 43 vs. Campbell 43 vs. Ohio Wesleyan 20. 42 vs. East Tenn. State 21. 40 vs. Glenville State 40 vs. Brescia 40 vs. WVU Tech 40 vs. Kentucky State 40 vs. Akron 40 vs. Western Michigan 40 vs. Bluefield State 40 vs. VMI 40 vs. Western Carolina

2/27/68 1955-56 12/1/81 12/28/82 12/1/84 11/25/96 12/19/88 12/3/09 1/30/78 12/17/77 12/13/83 12/8/80 2/18/75 12/1/73 2/10/10 11/22/97 1/23/88 12/22/79 12/15/99 2/13/82 12/22/81 1/13/86 11/15/10 12/16/09 11/16/08 11/25/02 3/1/02 12/20/99 11/14/98 1/16/95 1/26/88

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS (MIN. 75) 1. 123 vs. Boston College 2. 104 vs. Western Carolina 3. 99 vs. Pitt-Johnstown 93 vs. Appalachian State 4. 92 vs. Ohio Wesleyan 5. 92 vs. Davidson

12/29/55 12/1/73 12/20/80 1/6/93 12/13/83 12/17/77

91 90 90 89 86 82 82 82 81 81 80 79 79 78 77 77 77 76 75

vs. Bluefield State vs. Ohio Wesleyan vs. CCNY vs. CCNY vs. Ohio Wesleyan vs. Salem vs. Wyoming vs. Old Dominion vs. Milligan vs. Hawaii Pacific vs. Oral Roberts vs. The Citadel vs. VMI vs. North Carolina vs. UNC-Asheville vs. VMI vs. Ohio vs. Ball State vs. Troy

11/14/98 12/22/81 12/8/80 12/28/82 12/11/79 12/3/09 xx/xx/90 1/18/75 11/25/96 12/1/84 12/7/91 1/23/88 1/15/88 12/22/09 12/28/99 1/16/95 12/3/85 1/29/02 11/23/01

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 60.0) 1. 69.0 (40-58) vs. Glenville State 11/15/10 1. 66.7 (34-51)vs. Davidson 1/8/97 2. 66.2 (49-74)vs. Charleston 12/19/88 3. 66.0 (31-47)vs. Appalachian St. 1/16/88 4. 65.9 (44-58)vs. Bluefield State 11/22/97 5. 65.4 (xx-xx)vs. UT-Chattanooga 1/24/88 6. 65.3 (32-49)vs. Toledo 3/3/62 7. 64.9 (37-57)vs. Appalachian St. 1/14/85 8. 64.6 (53-82)vs. South Carolina 12/1/81 9. 63.9 (xx-xx)vs. Davidson 12/17/80 10. 63.0 (xx-xx)vs. VMI 2/13/78 11. 62.7 (xx-xx)vs. East Tenn. State 1/13/86 12. 61.7 (37-60)vs. Eastern Michigan 1/12/02 13. 61.5 (40-65)vs. Brescia 12/16/09 14. 60.7 (37-61)vs. UT-Chattanooga 3/4/84 15. 60.6 (40-66)vs. Appalachian St/ 2/14/96 16. 60.4 (29-48)vs. Central Michigan 1/16/02 17. 60.4 (xx-xx)vs. Furman 2/1/92 18. 60.3 (35-58)vs. Morehead State 12/17/02 60.3 (44-73) vs. Rio Grande 2/9/10 20. 60.0 (27-45)vs. Ohio 12/17/08 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE (MIN. 12) 1. 19 vs. Morehead State 12/14/96 2. 18 vs. Hampton 1/6/96 3. 17 vs. Western Michigan 12/20/99 17 vs. VMI 2/18/95 17 vs. VMI 1/16/95 6. 16 vs. Akron 3/1/02 7. 14 vs. Ohio 12/2/06 14 vs. Buffalo 2/19/00 9. 13 vs. Troy 12/12/09 13 vs. Salem 12/3/09 13 vs. West Virginia 1/11/05 13 vs. West Virginia 1/18/00 13 vs. Rio Grande 12/13/97 13 vs. Appalachian State 2/25/91 14. 12 vs. ECU 1/22/11 12 vs. East Tenn. State 12/2/08 12 vs. Miami (Ohio) 2/14/02 12 vs. West Virginia 1/23/02 12 vs. Buffalo 3/3/01 12 vs. Ball State 1/24/00 12 vs. Northern Illinois 2/10/99 12 vs. Eastern Michigan 2/6/99 12 vs. Morehead State 11/28/98 12 vs. Wyoming 12/6/91 3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS (MIN. 25) 1. 41 vs. Morehead State 12/14/96 2. 39 vs. West Virginia 1/18/00 3. 38 vs. Ohio 12/2/06 4. 37 vs. East Tenn. State 11/28/05 5. 36 vs. VMI 2/17/96 6. 35 vs. VMI 1/16/95 7. 32 vs. East Tenn. State 12/4/07 32 vs. Ohio 2/26/05 32 vs. Buffalo 1/27/05 10. 31 vs. Salem 12/3/09

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TEAM RECORDS 14. 17. 19. 21. 24.

31 31 31 29 29 29 28 28 27 27 26 26 26 25 25 25

vs. UTEP vs. UNC-Asheville vs. Western Michigan vs. Akron vs. Troy vs. Appalachian State at UTEP vs. Wyoming vs. Bowling Green vs. Georgia vs. Troy vs. Morehead State vs. Robert Morris vs. Buffalo vs. Ball State vs. Central Michigan

2/14/09 12/28/99 12/20/99 3/1/02 11/23/01 2/25/91 3/2/11 12/21/92 2/26/00 12/18/99 12/12/09 11/29/03 12/2/91 2/19/00 1/24/00 12/28/99

THREE- POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 55%, MADE 8) 1. 2. 3. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

68.4 66.7 62.5 61.5 61.1 60.0 58.8 58.8 58.8 57.1 57.1 56.0 55.2

13-19 vs. Rio Grande 12-18 vs. Miami (Ohio) 10-16 vs. UCF 10-18 vs. Brescia 11-18 vs. Kentucky 12-20 vs. Northern Illinois 10-17 vs. Morehead State 10-17 vs. Kent State 10-17 vs. VMI 8-14 vs. Morehead State 12-21 vs. ECU 14-25 vs. Buffalo 16-29 vs. Akron

12/13/97 2/14/02 1/13/10 12/16/09 12/19/96 2/10/99 12/17/02 1/8/00 2/15/97 11/29/06 1/22/11 2/19/00 3/1/02

FREE THROWS MADE (MIN. 30) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8.

13.

18.

43 40 37 36 34 33 33 32 32 32 32 32 32 31 31 31 31 31 31 30 30 30 30 30

vs. UCF vs. Kent State vs. UT-Chattanooga vs. Ohio vs. Western Carolina vs. UMASS vs. Charleston vs. Houston vs. High Point vs. East Tenn. State vs. Ohio vs. Furman vs. Columbia vs. Buffalo vs. Ball State vs. Buffalo vs. Appalachian State vs. Davidson vs. Morehead State vs. FIU vs. Cumberlands vs. Western Michigan vs. Furman vs. Morehead State

2/27/10 1/28/56 3/4/84 12/14/88 3/16/10 12/5/98 11/25/79 3/9/11 12/20/09 xx/xx/91 12/7/87 2/28/93 12/28/80 1/1/04 1/28/03 12/30/00 1/22/83 12/17/79 1958-59 11/29/10 12/20/08 12/20/99 12/15/81 12/15/80

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS (MIN. 40) 1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 8.

12.

15.

18.

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67 55 49 49 48 48 47 46 46 46 46 46 45 45 45 44 44 44 43

vs. UCF vs. Kent State vs. Arkansas-Little Rock vs. UT-Chattanooga vs. Houston vs. Western Carolina vs. Appalachian State vs. Buffalo vs. UMASS vs. Ohio vs. East Tenn. State vs. Charleston vs. High Point vs. East Tenn. State vs. VMI vs. UNC-Greensboro vs. Columbia vs. VMI vs. FIU

2/27/10 1/28/56 12/13/85 3/4/84 3/9/11 3/16/10 1/22/83 12/30/00 12/5/98 12/14/88 1/30/93 1/12/74 12/20/09 xx/xx/91 1/3/81 11/11/06 12/28/80 2/14/80 11/29/10

20. 21. 23.

43 42 41 41 40 40 40

vs. Delaware State vs. Buffalo vs. UMASS vs. West Virginia vs. UNC-Asheville vs. Kent State vs. Kent State

1/2/85 1/17/04 12/29/01 12/5/81 12/28/99 1/8/00 12/30/87

16.

20. FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN 10 MADE/ATTEMPTED) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

16. 17. 18.

21. 22. 23. 24. 26.

100 (31-31) vs. Davidson 96.0 (24-25) vs. Tennessee State 95.8 (23-24) vs. Rice 95.5 (xx-xx) vs. Furman 95.0 (19-20) vs. Miami (Ohio) 94.4 (17-18) vs. Miami (Ohio) 94.4 (xx-xx) vs. The Citadel 94.1 (16-17) vs. Ball State 93.9 (31-33) vs. Morehead State 93.8 (15-16) vs. Brescia 92.9 (26-28) vs. Furman 92.3 (12-13) vs. Miami (Ohio) 90.9 (10-11) vs. Appalachian State 90.9 (10-11) vs. Rutgers 90.9 (20-22) vs. Toledo 90.5 (20-22) vs. Ball State 90.0 (18-20) vs. Bowling Green 88.2 (15-17) vs. UMKC 88.2 (xx-xx) vs. Penn State 88.2 (xx-xx) vs. Baylor 87.5 (xx-xx) vs. VMI 86.7 (13-15) vs. Ohio 86.4 (18-34) vs. Lamar 85.7 (18-21) vs. East Carolina 85.7 (18-21) vs. Western Carolina 85.3 (29-34) vs. VMI

REBOUNDS (MIN. 53) 1. 88 vs. St. Peter’s 2. 64 vs. Bluefield State 62 vs. Appalachian State 3. 62 vs. CCNY 4. 61 vs. UT-Chattanooga 5. 60 vs. Ohio Wesleyan 60 vs. The Citadel 60 vs. CCNY 8. 58 vs. Eastern Kentucky 58 vs. Old Dominion 58 vs. Western Carolina 10. 57 vs. WVU Tech 11. 56 vs. Kentucky State 56 vs. East Tenn. State 56 vs. Charleston 14. 55 vs. Virginia Military 55 vs. Charleston 55 vs. Milligan 55 vs. Charleston 55 vs. Ohio Wesleyan 19. 54 vs. Rio Grande 20. 53 vs. Bluefield State 53 vs. District of Columbia 53 vs. Appalachian State 53 vs. VMI

12/17/79 12/28/08 2/16/11 1/23/93 1/9/02 3/6/04 2/4/78 2/6/05 1958-59 12/16/09 2/21/81 3/6/00 1/4/06 12/2/02 1/6/99 1/29/98 2/9/02 11/25/06 1/16/92 12/30/86 1/16/86 2/2/02 1/9/85 1/9/10 2/20/82 2/21/83

12/8/71 11/14/98 1/31/93 12/28/82 1/30/78 12/13/83 2/23/81 12/8/80 12/21/74 2/20/74 12/1/73 11/16/08 11/25/02 xx/xx/90 12/19/88 12/19/10 11/17/00 11/25/95 11/23/85 12/22/81 12/22/79 11/22/97 11/25/91 2/22/88 1/29/87

ASSISTS (MIN. 25) (Records not kept until 1970-71 except for the 1951-52 season) 1. 38 vs. South Carolina 12/1/80 2. 34 vs. DePauw 1/12/72 3. 30 vs. Davidson 12/17/77 4. 29 vs. Salem 12/3/09 5. 28 vs. Rio Grande 2/9/10 28 vs. Rio Grande 12/14/07 28 vs. Kentucky State 11/25/02 28 vs. Shepherd 11/26/01 28 vs. Charleston 11/17/00 28 vs. Charleston 12/19/99 28 vs. CCNY 12/28/81 28 vs. Univ. of Charleston 2/18/75 12. 27 vs. Morehead State 12/14/96

27 27 27 26 26 26 26 25 25 25

vs. Campbell vs. Ohio Wesleyan vs. Armstrong Atlantic St. vs. East Carolina vs. Rio Grande vs. Western Carolina vs. Illinois State vs. Troy vs. Arkansas-Monticello vs. Buffalo

2/13/82 12/22/81 11/30/81 2/6/10 2/10/09 2/1/88 1/30/74 12/12/09 11/28/01 2/3/00

STEALS (MIN. 16) (Records not kept until 1975-76 season) 1. 24 vs. VMI 1/11/84 2. 20 vs. Bluefield 11/26/94 3. 19 vs. Salem 12/3/09 19 vs. Hawaii Pacific 12/1/85 19 vs. New Orleans 11/30/85 19 vs. Furman 3/2/83 19 vs. VMI 1/4/82 19 vs. Ohio 1/13/68 8. 18 vs. Milligan 11/25/95 9. 17 vs. Rio Grande 12/15/00 17 vs. UNC-Asheville 12/28/99 17 vs. UNC-Asheville 12/21/96 12. 16 vs. Bluefield State 11/14/98 16 vs. East Tenn. State 1/13/86

BLOCKED SHOTS (MIN. 10) Records not kept until 1975-76 season) 1. 17 vs. Brescia 12/16/09 2. 14 vs. UCF 2/27/10 13 vs. Lamar 11/25/09 13 vs. Charleston 11/17/00 5. 12 vs. High Point 12/20/09 12 vs. Bluefield State 11/14/98 12 vs. Eastern Kentucky 1/2/95 8. 11 vs. Rio Grande 2/9/10 9. 10 vs. Southern Miss 1/8/11 10 vs. UAB 1/23/10 10 vs. Tulane 1/16/10 10 vs. UCF 1/13/10 10 vs. East Carolina 1/31/07 10 vs. Kent State 2/25/03 10 vs. Longwood 12/7/92 10 vs. Miami (Fla.) 12/27/91 10 vs. Morehead State 1/7/89 10 vs. East Tenn. State 2/1/86 POINTS - TWO TEAMS (Min. 200) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

18. 19. 20. 21.

24.

253 236 223 229 217 222 222 221 221 217 218 213 212 208 207 207 207 206 203 202 201 201 201 200

vs. Western Michigan (127-126 2OT) 12/20/99 vs. UCF (121-115, 3OT) 2/27/10 vs. Western Michigan 2/28/70 vs. Western Carolina 2/5/96 vs. Kent State 1955-56 vs. Ohio Wesleyan 12/11/78 vs. Old Dominion 2/27/68 vs. South Alabama 11/30/88 vs. Richmond 12/29/65 vs. St. John’s 12/18/71 vs. Hampton 1/6/95 vs. Southwest Louisiana 3/2/72 vs. Morehead State 2/18/64 vs. Old Dominion 12/28/66 vs. Rio Grande 12/22/78 vs. Nebraska 3/13/67 vs. Miami (Ohio) 1/6/54 vs. Charleston 12/19/88 vs. Morningside 1952-53 vs. Western Carolina 2/23/84 vs. Morehead State 12/17/02 vs. South Carolina 12/1/80 vs. Virginia 12/29/54 vs. Southern Miss. 12/28/88

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2009-10 1987-88 1983-84 1995-96 1984-85 1988-89 1946-47 2010-11 1971-72 1986-87 1999-00 1966-67 2001-02 1996-97 1990-91 1980-81 1994-95 1977-78 2008-09 1972-73 1982-83 1981-82 1981-82 1952-53 1989-90

POINTS AVERAGE 1. 93.2 1955-56 2. 92.4 1971-72 3. 91.4 1995-96 4. 88.2 1957-58 5. 87.3 1967-68 87.3 1954-55 7. 87.0 1964-65 8. 85.5 1966-67 9. 84.4 1994-95 10. 84.3 1988-89 11. 84.3 1965-66 12. 83.8 1987-88 13. 80.5 1986-87 14. 83.9 1983-84 15. 82.8 1969-70 16. 82.4 1972-73 17. 82.2 1990-91 18. 81.5 1980-81 19. 81.4 1999-00 20. 81.2 1958-59 21. 80.0 1981-82 22. 79.9 2009-10 23. 79.8 1996-97 24. 79.0 1982-83 25. 78.6 1977-78 FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 1,044 1971-72 2. 1,012 1987-88 3. 997 1984-85 4. 973 1983-84 5. 949 2009-10 6. 946 1986-87 7. 935 1972-73 8. 927 1995-96 9. 923 1988-89 10. 920 1977-78 11. 913 1985-86 12. 870 1975-76 13. 885 1999-00

TEAM RECORDS 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

884 884 867 864 857 854 849 831 828 824 823 787 775

1980-81 1966-67 1981-82 1982-83 1967-68 2010-11 1952-53 1996-97 1990-91 2001-02 1964-65 1989-90 2008-09

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 1. 2,288 1971-72 2. 2,240 1951-52 3. 2,062 1966-67 4. 2,008 1967-68 5. 1,991 1984-85 6. 1,986 1964-65 7. 1,984 1987-88 8. 1,985 2009-10 9. 1,985 1972-73 10. 1,935 1983-84 11. 1,923 1975-76 12. 1,891 1977-78 13. 1,887 2010-11 14. 1,874 1995-96 15. 1,866 1982-83 16. 1,859 1988-89 17. 1,858 1999-00 18. 1,851 1985-86 19. 1,835 1973-74 20. 1,831 1981-82 21. 1,816 2006-07 22. 1,813 1990-91 23. 1,785 1980-81 24. 1,777 1986-87 25. 1,772 1991-92 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. .532 (946-of-1777) 1986-87 2. .510 (1012-of-1984) 1987-88 3. .502 (973-of-1935) 1983-84 4. .501 (997-of-1991) 1984-85 5. .497 (923-of-1859) 1988-89 6. .495 (927-of-1874) 1995-96 .495 (884-of-1785) 1980-81 8. .493 (913-of-1851) 1985-86 9. .485 (920-of-1891) 1977-78 10. .478 (949-of-1985) 2009-10 11. .476 (885-of-1858) 1999-00 12. .474 (737-of-1555) 2002-03 .474 (867-of-1831) 1981-82 14. .472 (831-of-1759) 1996-97 15. .471 (824-of-1751) 2001-02 .471 (939-of-1985) 1972-73 17. .469 (849-of-1807) 1957-58 18. .468 (787-of-1681) 1989-90 .468 (770-of-1644) 1978-79 20. .463 (864-of-1866) 1982-83 21. .461 (732-of-1587) 2000-01 22. .459 (760-of-1656) 1998-99 23. .457 (828-of-1813) 1990-91 24. .456 (1044-of-2288) 1971-72 25. .453 (854-of-1887) 2010-11 .453 (772-of-1706) 1992-93

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE (SOUTHERN CONFERENCE WAS FIRST NCAA LEAGUE TO ADOPT 3-POINT RULE IN 1980) 1. 284 1995-96 2. 253 1994-95 3. 252 2001-02 4. 246 1999-00 5. 245 1996-97 6. 222 2009-10 7. 206 2004-05 8. 195 2008-09 9. 191 2006-07 10. 188 2010-11 11. 184 2002-03 12. 181 2005-06 13. 179 1990-91 14. 177 1997-98 15. 176 2003-04 16. 175 1998-99 17. 171 2007-08 18. 167 2000-01 19. 146 1993-94 146 1991-92 21. 130 1988-89 22. 124 1989-90 23. 112 1992-93 24. 94 1987-88 25. 66 1986-87 3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS (SOUTHERN CONFERENCE WAS FIRST NCAA LEAGUE TO ADOPT 3-POINT RULE IN 1980) 1. 712 1995-96 2. 693 1994-95 3. 651 2006-07 4. 648 1996-97 5. 631 1999-00 6. 615 2008-09 7. 596 2004-05 8. 595 2005-06 595 2001-02 10. 591 2009-10 11. 583 2010-11 12. 541 2007-08 13. 518 2003-04 14. 504 2000-01 15. 503 2002-03 16. 498 1997-98 17. 495 1998-99 18. 477 1993-94 19. 435 1990-91 20. 430 1991-92 21. 357 1992-93 22. 344 1989-90 23. 342 1988-89 24. 250 1987-88 25. 166 1986-87 3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE (SOUTHERN CONFERENCE WAS FIRST NCAA LEAGUE TO ADOPT 3-POINT RULE IN 1980) 1. .461 (175-of-380) 2001-02 2. .412 (179-of-435) 1990-91 3. .399 (284-of-712) 1995-96 4. .398 (66-of-166) 1986-87 5. .390 (246-of-631) 1999-00 6. .389 (61-of-157) 1982-83 7. .387 (12-of-31) 1983-84 8. .380 (130-of-342) 1988-89 9. .378 (245-of-648) 1996-97

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TEAM RECORDS 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

.376 .376 .366 .365 .361 .355 .354 .348 .346 .340 .340 .322 .317 .316 .314 .310

(222-of-591) (94-of-250) (184-of-503) (253-of-693) (124-of-344) (177-of-498) (175-of-495) (108-of-310) (206-of-596) (176-of-518) (146-of-340) (188-of-583) (195-of-615) (171-of-541) (112-of-157) (31-of-100)

2009-10 1987-88 2002-03 1994-95 1989-90 1997-98 1998-99 2000-01 2004-05 2003-04 1991-92 2010-11 2008-09 2007-08 1992-93 1980-81

FREE THROWS MADE 1. 643 1983-84 2. 626 1966-67 3. 603 2010-11 4. 597 2009-10 5. 565 1987-88 6. 563 1984-85 7. 554 1988-89 8. 536 1986-87 9. 531 2008-09 10. 519 1955-56 11. 486 2003-04 12. 482 1994-95 13. 482 1980-81 14. 479 2007-08 15. 471 1978-79 16. 468 2002-03 468 1967-68 18. 466 1990-91 19. 465 2006-07 20. 459 1985-86 21. 456 1992-93 22. 442 1964-65 23. 439 1977-78 24. 434 1989-90 25. 431 2000-01 FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 1. 999 1983-84 2. 888 2010-11 3. 884 1966-67 4. 873 2009-10 5. 865 1984-85 6. 816 1988-89 7. 810 1987-88 8. 790 1957-58 9. 776 1986-87 10. 749 1955-56 11. 743 2008-09 12. 732 1985-86 13. 713 2006-07 14. 704 2007-08 15. 700 2003-04 16. 698 1990-91 17. 678 1980-81 18. 675 1982-83 19. 650 1994-95 20. 664 1981-82 21. 662 1967-68 22. 661 1978-79 23. 657 1992-93 24. 653 1989-90 25. 625 1969-70

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FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1. .790 (479-of-608) 1957-58 2. .768 (468-of-609) 2002-03 3. .748 (472-of-631) 1958-59 4. .742 (482-of-650) 1994-95 .742 (439-of-592) 1977-78 6. .717 (431-of-601) 2000-01 7. .716 (442-of-617) 1964-65 8. .715 (531-of-743) 2008-09 9. .713 (471-of-661) 1978-79 10. .711 (401-of-564) 2004-05 .711 (482-of-678) 1980-81 12. .708 (426-of-602) 1999-00 .708 (407-of-575) 1996-97 .708 (626-of-884) 1966-67 15. .707 (468-of-662) 1967-68 16. .697 (380-of-545) 1998-99 17. .694 (486-of-700) 2003-04 .694 (456-of-657) 1992-93 19. .692 (422-of-610) 1995-96 20. .691 (536-of-776) 1986-87 21. .690 (428-of-620) 2001-02 .690 (565-of-810) 1987-88 23. .684 (597-of-873) 2009-10 24. .683 (388-of-568) 1973-74 25. .680 (479-of-704) 2007-08 .680 (355-of-522) 1972-73 REBOUNDS 1. 1,481 2. 1,448 3. 1,348 4. 1,327 5. 1,297 6. 1,251 7. 1,244 8. 1,187 9. 1,186 10. 1,183 1,183 12. 1,182 13. 1,154 14. 1,150 15. 1,127 16. 1,120 17. 1,107 18. 1,106 19. 1,105 20. 1,100 21. 1,084 22. 1,083 23. 1,075 24. 1,073 25. 1,065 1,065

1966-67 1971-72 1967-68 2009-10 2010-11 1987-88 1972-73 2006-07 1973-74 1969-70 1964-65 1984-85 1988-89 1982-83 1983-84 1999-00 1986-87 1985-86 1989-90 1975-76 1995-96 1977-78 1981-82 1991-92 2001-02 1962-63

ASSISTS 1. 583 2. 565 3. 549 4. 546 5. 524 6. 498 7. 489 8. 472 9. 465 10. 447 11. 443 12. 441

1951-52 1971-72 2009-10 1972-73 1980-81 1984-85 1999-00 1983-84 2001-02 1995-96 1981-82 1987-88

13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19. 21. 22. 24. 25.

439 422 420 419 417 417 414 414 403 402 402 399 395

2010-11 1998-99 1994-95 2008-09 1996-97 1973-74 2002-03 1982-83 1988-89 2000-01 1986-87 2006-07 1992-93

STEALS (Records not kept until 1980-81 season)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 23. 24. 25.

384 341 303 302 278 256 242 242 240 239 235 218 216 214 213 213 209 205 199 197 195 195 193 186 179

1983-84 1984-85 1994-95 1992-93 1995-96 1982-83 1996-97 1993-94 1981-82 1999-00 1987-88 2005-06 2009-10 1991-92 2006-07 1985-86 1998-99 2007-08 2008-09 1980-81 1990-91 1986-87 2001-02 1997-98 2002-03

BLOCKED SHOTS (Records not kept until 1980-81 season)

1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 11. 12. 13. 15. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

268 145 138 122 117 116 115 114 114 110 110 108 102 98 98 96 96 94 90 86 85 84 81 80 78 76

2009-10 1989-90 2006-07 2010-11 1996-97 1988-89 1998-99 2000-01 1999-00 1994-95 1985-86 2002-03 1991-92 2001-02 1992-93 1995-96 1982-83 1997-98 1981-82 2004-05 1987-88 2003-04 2007-08 1990-91 1984-85 1993-94

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INDIVIDUAL HONORS

Leo Byrd earned All-America honors in 1959. Mike D’Antoni was a first team CoSIDA Academic AllAmerican in 1972-73. He is currently the AP All-American Second Team Leo Byrd _________________________________________________1959

head coach of the New York Knicks.

UPI All-American Second Team Leo Byrd _________________________________________________1959

NAIB All-American First Team Bill Hall __________________________________________________1947 Gene James_______________________________________________1947 Andy Tonkovich ___________________________________________1947

AP All-American Honorable Mention Bill Toothman _____________________________________________1948 Gene James_______________________________________________1948 Andy Tonkovich ___________________________________________1948 Hal Greer _________________________________________________1958 Leo Byrd _________________________________________________1958 Hassan Whiteside __________________________________________2010 Chuck Taylor All-American First Team Leo Byrd _________________________________________________1959 Converse All-American First Team Russell Lee _______________________________________________1972 Helms Foundation All-American Small College Division First Team Walt Walowac _____________________________________________1953 Helms Foundation All-American Small College Division Third Team Walt Walowac _____________________________________________1954 Helms Foundation All-American Second Team Leo Byrd _________________________________________________1959 Helms Foundation All-American Third Team Leo Byrd _________________________________________________1958

NAIB All-American Second Team Bill Toothman _____________________________________________1947 Andy Tonkovich ___________________________________________1948 NAIB All-American Honorable Mention Marvin Gutshall ___________________________________________1947 Little All-American Team Jule Rivlin ________________________________________________1940 Sporting News Freshman All-American Team Hassan Whiteside __________________________________________2010 Wooden Award Preseason All-America Tamar Slay ________________________________________________2001 CoSIDA Academic All-American Mike D’Antoni _____________________________________________1972 Mike D’Antoni _____________________________________________1973 J.R. VanHoose _____________________________________________2002 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Winner Mike D’Antoni _____________________________________________1973 All-Buckeye Conference First Team Ramey Hunter _____________________________________________1933 Lawrence Gill _____________________________________________1934 Bill Smith _________________________________________________1936 William Best ______________________________________________1937

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Hal Greer _________________________________________________1958 Leo Byrd _________________________________________________1958 Leo Byrd _________________________________________________1959 John Milhoan _____________________________________________1960 Tom Langfitt ______________________________________________1965 George Stone _____________________________________________1967 Bob Redd ________________________________________________1967 Bob Redd ________________________________________________1968 Dan D’Antoni _____________________________________________1969 Tamar Slay ________________________________________________2000 J.R. VanHoose _____________________________________________2001 All-Mid-American Conference Second Team Paul Underwood___________________________________________1955 Paul Underwood___________________________________________1956 John Milhoan _____________________________________________1959 Bob Burgess ______________________________________________1960 Bob Burgess ______________________________________________1961 Bob Burgess ______________________________________________1962 Phil Carter ________________________________________________1963 Bob Redd ________________________________________________1966 Bob Allen ________________________________________________1967 Dan D’Antoni _____________________________________________1968 George Stone _____________________________________________1968 Tamar Slay ________________________________________________2001 Ronald Blackshear _________________________________________2003 Marvin Black ______________________________________________2004 Bill Toothman was an Associated Press honorable mention All-American in 1948.

All-Buckeye Conference Second Team Lawrence Gill _____________________________________________1933 Hunter Kinkaid ____________________________________________1934 Tots Hallanan _____________________________________________1935 Bill Vest __________________________________________________1936 Charles Watson ____________________________________________1937 George Ayersnan __________________________________________1937

All-Mid-American Conference Honorable Mention Carlton King ______________________________________________1998 J.R. VanHoose _____________________________________________1999 J.R. VanHoose _____________________________________________2000 J.R. VanHoose _____________________________________________2002 Travis Young ______________________________________________1999 Travis Young ______________________________________________2001 Tamar Slay ________________________________________________2002

All-Buckeye Conference Third Team Earl Wellman ______________________________________________1936 All-Buckeye Conference Honorable Mention Emerson Floyd ____________________________________________1935 Hunter Kinkaid ____________________________________________1935 Elmo Patrick ______________________________________________1935 Lewis Wilcox ______________________________________________1936 Lewis Wilcox ______________________________________________1937 Buck Jamison _____________________________________________1937 All-Ohio Valley Conference First Team Bill Toothman _____________________________________________1949 Don Brown _______________________________________________1950 Jim Lamb_________________________________________________1952 Walt Walowac _____________________________________________1952 Ohio Valley Conference All-Tournament Team Bill Toothman _____________________________________________1949 Don Brown _______________________________________________1950 Jim Lamb_________________________________________________1952 Walt Walowac _____________________________________________1952 All-Mid-American Conference First Team Walt Walowac _____________________________________________1954 Charlie Slack ______________________________________________1955 Charlie Slack ______________________________________________1956 Cebert Price ______________________________________________1955 Cebert Price ______________________________________________1956 Cebert Price ______________________________________________1957

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The 1946-47 Thundering Herd won the NAIB National Championship, finishing the season with a 32-5 overall record. Cam Hendersonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s squad featured Marshall greats Andy Tonkovich, Bill Toothman, Gene James and Bill Hall. Mid-American Conference Freshman of the Year Travis Young ______________________________________________1998 Mid-American Conference All-Freshman Team Travis Young ______________________________________________1998 Joda Burgess ______________________________________________1998 J.R. VanHoose _____________________________________________1999 Mid-American Conference All-Academic Team Ardo Armpalu _____________________________________________2003 Southern Conference Player of the Year (Southern Conference Sports Media Assoc.) Skip Henderson ___________________________________________1988 John Taft _________________________________________________1989 John Taft _________________________________________________1990 All-Southern Conference First Team (Media) Bunny Gibson _____________________________________________1978 LaVerne Evans_____________________________________________1984 Skip Henderson ___________________________________________1985 Skip Henderson ___________________________________________1986 Skip Henderson ___________________________________________1987 Rodney Holden ____________________________________________1987 Skip Henderson ___________________________________________1988 Tom Curry ________________________________________________1988 John Taft _________________________________________________1989 John Taft _________________________________________________1990 John Taft _________________________________________________1991 Tyrone Phillips ____________________________________________1993 Shawn Moore _____________________________________________1995 Keith Veney _______________________________________________1997 John Brannen _____________________________________________1997 All-Southern Conference Second Team (Media) Bunny Gibson _____________________________________________1979

Greg White _______________________________________________1980 Greg White _______________________________________________1981 Sam Henry _______________________________________________1983 Charles Jones _____________________________________________1983 David Wade _______________________________________________1984 Tom Curry ________________________________________________1987 Dewayne Lewis ____________________________________________1987 Rodney Holden ____________________________________________1988 Omar Roland______________________________________________1990 Shawn Moore _____________________________________________1994 Jason Williams_____________________________________________1996 Keith Veney _______________________________________________1996 Sidney Coles ______________________________________________1997 All-Southern Conference Coaches Team (since 1990) John Taft _________________________________________________1990 Omar Roland______________________________________________1990 John Taft _________________________________________________1991 Tyrone Phillips ____________________________________________1993 Shawn Moore _____________________________________________1994 Shawn Moore _____________________________________________1995 Keith Veney _______________________________________________1996 John Brown _______________________________________________1996 Keith Veney _______________________________________________1997 John Brannen _____________________________________________1997 Southern Conference All-Freshman Team Members (Selected by league Sports Info. Directors) Ken Lebanowski ___________________________________________1978 Greg White _______________________________________________1978 Robert Price ______________________________________________1979 George Washington ________________________________________1979 David Wade _______________________________________________1981 Skip Henderson ___________________________________________1985 John Taft _________________________________________________1988 Andy Paul Williamson _______________________________________1988 Harold Simmons ___________________________________________1990 Malik Hightower ___________________________________________1992

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INDIVIDUAL HONORS Jason Williams_____________________________________________1996 Derrick Wright_____________________________________________1997

1996-97 (Week 4) John Brannen _______________________________1996-97 (Weeks 7, 11)

Southern Conference Freshman of the Year (Selected by league Sports Info. Directors) Skip Henderson ___________________________________________1985 Malik Hightower ___________________________________________1992

All-Conference USA Second Team Hassan Whiteside __________________________________________2010 Tyler Wilkerson ____________________________________________2010

Southern Conference Coach of the Year (The Anton Foy Award) Rick Huckabay ____________________________________________1984 Billy Donovan _____________________________________________1995 Greg White _______________________________________________1997

Third Team Mark Patton ______________________________________________2006 Markel Humphrey__________________________________________2007 Markel Humphrey__________________________________________2008 Markel Humphrey__________________________________________2009 DeAndre Kane ____________________________________________2011

Southern Conference Coaches’ Coach of the Year (Since 1989) Dana Altman ______________________________________________1990

Conference USA All-Freshman Team Markel Humphrey__________________________________________2006 Tirrell Baines ______________________________________________2008 Damier Pitts ______________________________________________2009

Southern Conference Tournament Most Valuable Player LaVerne Evans_____________________________________________1984 John Taft _________________________________________________1989 John Brannen _____________________________________________1997

Conference USA All-Defensive Team Mark Dorris _______________________________________________2008

Southern Conference All-Tournament First Team Ken Lebanowski ___________________________________________1980 Greg White _______________________________________________1980 Jeff Battle ________________________________________________1984 Sam Ervin ________________________________________________1984 LaVerne Evans_____________________________________________1984 Jeff Guthrie _______________________________________________1985 Skip Henderson ___________________________________________1985 Skip Henderson ___________________________________________1987 Rodney Holden ____________________________________________1987 Skip Henderson ___________________________________________1988 John Taft _________________________________________________1989 Jason Williams_____________________________________________1996 Southern Conference All-Tournament Second Team Greg Young _______________________________________________1978 James Campbell ___________________________________________1980 LaVerne Evans_____________________________________________1981 David Wade _______________________________________________1984 Jeff Battle ________________________________________________1985 Bruce Morris ______________________________________________1985 Skip Henderson ___________________________________________1986 Tom Curry ________________________________________________1987 Dewayne Lewis ____________________________________________1987 Rodney Holden ____________________________________________1988 Gery Strickland ____________________________________________1989 Tyrone Phillips ____________________________________________1992 Southern Conference Player of the Week Harley Major ___________________________________ 1977-78 (Week 8) George Washington _____________________________ 1978-79 (Week 7) 1980-81 (Week 1) James Campbell 1979-80 (Week 3) Charles Jones __________________________________ 1980-81 (Week 4) LaVerne Evans_________________________________ 1980-81 (Week 12) David Wade ____________________________________ 1981-82 (Week 2) Skip Henderson _____________________________ 1984-85 (Weeks 9-10) 1985-86 (Weeks 5, 9) 1986-87 (Week 7) 1987-88 (Weeks 8-9, 11) Rodney Holden _________________________________ 1986-87 (Week 8) Tom Curry ____________________________________ 1986-87 (Week 10) 1987-88 (Week 3) John Taft ____________________________________1988-89 (Weeks 1, 4) 1989-90 (Weeks 1, 12) 1990-91 (Weeks 1, 3, 5, 12) Tyrone Phillips _________________________________ 1992-93 (Week 3) Shawn Moore __________________________________ 1994-94 (Week 3) Keith Veney ________________________________ 1995-96 (Weeks 2-3, 5)

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Conference USA All-Academic Team Adam Williams ____________________________________________2009 Johnny Thomas ___________________________________________2011 Conference USA Spirit of Service Award Adam Williams ____________________________________________2009 Conference USA Freshman of the Year DeAndre Kane ____________________________________________2011 Conference USA Player of the Week Mark Dorris _________________________________________ Jan. 2, 2007 Markel Humphrey____________________________________ Mar. 2, 2009 Tyler Wilkerson ______________________________________ Mar. 8, 2010 Conference USA Rookie of the Week Damier Pitts ________________________________________ Dec. 8, 2008 Hassan Whiteside ___________________________________Nov. 30, 2009 Hassan Whiteside ___________________________________ Dec. 14, 2009 Hassan Whiteside ___________________________________ Jan. 18, 2010 Hassan Whiteside ___________________________________ Jan. 25, 2010 Hassan Whiteside ___________________________________ Feb. 22, 2010 Hassan Whiteside ____________________________________ Mar. 1, 2010 DeAndre Kane ______________________________________ Dec. 6, 2010 DeAndre Kane _____________________________________ Jan. 10, 2011 DeAndre Kane _____________________________________ Jan. 31, 2011 DeAndre Kane ______________________________________ Feb. 7, 2011 NBA All-Star Game Most Valuable Player Hal Greer _________________________________________________1968 Naismith Hall of Fame Hal Greer _________________________________________________1982 50 Greatest Players in NBA History Hal Greer _________________________________________________1996 NBA Coach of the Year Mike D’Antoni ____________________________________________2005 Helms Foundation NAIA Hall of Fame Cam Henderson Andy Tonkovich

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NCAA Single-Season Rebounding Champion

25.6 rebounds per game, 1954-55

Charlie Slack 1952-56 Pomeroy, Ohio (Pomeroy HS) • MU - 1st career rebounds (1,916) • MU - 1st career rebound average (21.8/gm.) • MU - 1st single-season rebounds (538, 1954-55) • MU - 1st single-season rebound average (25.6/gm., 1954-55) • MU - 1st single-game rebounds (43 vs. Morris Harvey, 1-12-54) • MU - 10th career points (1,551) • NCAA Div I - 1st single-season rebound average (25.6/gm., 1954-55) • NCAA Div I - 2nd career rebounding average (21.8/gm., 1952-56 • NCAA Div I - 2nd single-game rebounds (43 vs. Morris Harvey, 1-12-54) • NCAA Div I - 4th single-season rebound average (23.6/gm., 1955-56) • NCAA Div I - 3rd career rebounds (1,916) • Led MAC in rebounding 1954-55 (25.6) and 1955-56 (23.6) • 1956 NBA Draft pick - Fort Wayne Pistons • 1960 U.S. Olympic Team alternate

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WE ARE... NCAA tournament. All-American Russell Lee is selected by the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round of the NBA draft. 1972-73 Bob Daniels replaces Tacy and leads the Herd to an NIT appearance. 1977-78 Stu Aberdeen is named coach. Bunny Gibson is the first MU player to earn All-Southern Conference honors, setting an NCAA record for free throw percentage at .944.

The 1936-37 Buckeye Conference Champions

1980-81 Marshall finally beats West Virginia, 76-73, in overtime.

1906-07 First game in Marshall history, a 13-6 loss to the Charleston Taw Club.

“Globetrotters of Basketball” in Kansas City with the now-called “King Drill” warm up, later made famous by the Harlem Globetrotters.

1907-08 First win in school history over Charleston Taw Club, as MU recorded a 5-0 season.

1950-51 Marshall moves into the 6,532 seat Memorial Field House, one of the largest arenas in the Mideast at the time.

1981-82 A new era begins as the Herd move into the Cam Henderson Center. Another win over WVU is among a nine-game winning streak at the new “Herd Heaven.” Hal Greer is inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame.

1951-52 Walt Walowac scores 579 points to set an all-time record for points by a Marshall sophomore.

1982-83 The Herd wins 20 games for the first time in 10 years. Rick Huckabay is named head coach.

1954-55 Cam Henderson retires after 20 years at the helm of Marshall basketball, having compiled a 362-160 record. Henderson revolutionized the game of college basketball with his zone defense and fast break.

1983-84 Marshall wins 25 games, capturing the Southern Conference title. The Herd makes its third NCAA tournament appearance, losing in the first round to Villanova.

1955-56 Jule Rivlin, the first Marshall All-American, follows Henderson as Big Green coach, leading MU to its only MAC basketball championship. Charlie Slack finishes his career with two NCAA rebounding records, including the still-standing mark of 25.6 rebounds per game for one season.

1984-85 The Thundering Herd wins the Sout Tournament for the second straight year, losing in the first round of the NCAA tournament to Virginia Commonwealth.

1908-09 Under first year coach Boyd Chambers, Marshall scores a then school-record 64 points in 64-11 rout of Middleport. 1913-14 Marshall loses only meeting in school history with Notre Dame, 21-9. Coach Boyd Chambers resigns after 2-6 season. 1920-21 Marshall resumes basketball, after hiatus for World War I, and posts a 6-9 record. Coach Kemper Shelton becomes the fifth head coach at Marshall. 1925-26 Marshall records its third consecutive winning season with a 10-7 mark under the direction of Trusty Tallman. 1935-36 A new era begins for Marshall basketball, as Cam Henderson becomes head coach. 1936-37 Under Henderson’s direction, Marshall wins the Buckeye Conference championship with a 23-8 record. 1938-39 Henderson’s squad wins a third straight Buckeye Conference crown, posting a 22-5 record. 1939-40 Marshall wins 20 games for the fourth straight year, with a 25-4 mark. Jule Rivlin finishes his career with 1,093 points and earns All-America honors. 1946-47 Marshall wins the NAIB National Championship with a sparkling 32-5 record and sets a school record with 17 straight wins. That season Marshall defeated Indiana State who was coached by John Wooden.

1947-48 Marshall wins the Los Angeles Invitational and earns a second trip to the NAIB National Tournament in Kansas City. Henderson’s Big Green picks up the nickname

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1979-80 Aberdeen dies on June 11,1979, and is replaced by associate head coach Bob Zuffelato. Marshall posts its first winning season since 1972-73 with a 17-12 mark.

1957-58 Hal Greer finishes his career with 1,377 points and 765 rebounds. Greer went on to play for the Syracuse Nationals and the Philadelphia 76’ers of the NBA. 1958-59 Leo Byrd earns consensus All-America honors, averaging 29.3 points per game. Byrd ends his career with 1,695 points. 1963-64 On January 5, 1964, the Thundering Herd becomes Marshall’s official nickname. 1966-67 Coach Ellis Johnson leads MU to a 20-8 season and fourth-place finish in the National Invitation Tournament. George Stone bombs Nebraska for an NIT and Madison Square Garden record 46 points. Former Herd standout Hal Greer named Most Valuable Player of the NBA All-Star Game.

1985-86 Marshall finishes 19-11, snapping a string of three straight years with 20 wins. Herd guard Skip Henderson scores a season-high 46 points against Charleston (1-8-86) on his way to becoming the first Marshall sophomore to score over 1,000 points. 1986-87 Marshall wins 25 games, the SC regular season, and tournament, while winning 15 straight games at one point. MU loses to Texas Christian in the first round of the NCAA tournament. 1987-88 Marshall wins the SC regular season title, finishing 24-8. Skip Henderson completes his career with a conference record 2,574 points, including a school-record 55 in one game, and is named SC Player-of-the-Year. The Herd loses in the first round of the NIT, 81-80, to Virginia Commonwealth.

1967-68 The Herd advances to the NIT again with a 17-8 mark.

1988-89 John Taft is named Southern Conference Player-ofthe-Year and SC Tournament MVP. Taft scores a record 109 points in the tournament. On April 19, 1989, Dana Altman is named head coach following the resignation of Rick Huckabay.

1971-72 Carl Tacy replaces Stewart Way as coach, leading MU to a 23-4 record and a high ranking of eight in the weekly Associated Press poll. The Herd receives a bid to the

1989-90 John Taft is named SC Player of the Year for the second straight year. Dwight Freeman is named head coach following Dana Altman’s departure to Kansas State.

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MARSHALL 1990-91 Marshall plays five nationally ranked teams and finishes 14-14, 7-7 in SC play. John Taft’s jersey is retired before the East Tennessee State game on 2/23/91, only the fifth player so honored. Taft responds that night by scoring 42 points in the Herd’s 107-103 overtime win over the 13th-ranked Buccaneers. 1991-92 The very young Herd —with seven freshmen and sophomores— struggles through 12 consecutive losses, finishing 7-22. Marshall finishes the season on a positive note, upsetting Furman, 83-76, in the first round of the SC tournament. Malik Hightower is honored as SC Freshman of the Year, becoming only the second MU player to win the award 1992-93 Head Coach Dwight Freeman and first-team allSouthern Conference performer Tyrone Phillips lead the Herd to one of the biggest turnarounds in the country. The Herd finishes with a 16-11 record and posts a 12-1 record in the Henderson Center. 1993-94 Shawn Moore sets a school record on Jan. 29 with 10 steals vs. East Tenn. State. Moore leads the team in scoring and rebounding and is named second team All-Conference. Dwight Freeman resigns in February but finishes out the season as head coach. Kentucky asssistant Billy Donovan is named head coach on March 7. 1994-95 Rookie head coach Billy Donovan rekindles Marshall basketball with an 18-9 record and Southern Conference North Division championship. Donovan is voted SC Coach of the Year and Shawn Moore is named first team all-conference. MU sets school and individual records in nearly every three-point category. 1995-96 Keith Veney sets a Southern Conference record by converting 111 three-pointers. He finished second in the league in scoring with an average of 19.6 points a game. Veney’s 10 three-pointers against Hampton also

MARSHALL HISTORY set a school record. Sidney Coles’ 70 steals was also a school record. Veney, John Brown and Jason Williams were named all-Southern Conference. Billy Donovan left Marshall to become the head coach at Florida. Marshall Hall of Fame inductee and all-time assist leader Greg White is named head coach on April 8, 1996. 1996-97 Marshall posts a 20-9 record and wins the North Division of the Southern Conference. The Herd narrowly missed a trip to the NCAA Tournament as MU lost to Chattanooga in overtime, 71-70, in the finals of the Southern Conference Tournament. Greg White, in his first year, was named Southern Conference Coach of the Year. Keith Veney set the NCAA record for three-pointers in a career with 409. Veney also set a national mark with 15 three-pointers against Morehead State. John Brannen was named Southern Conference Tournament MVP and became only the seventh player in school history to score over 600 points in a single season. He led the league in scoring with a 20.9 average. Veney, Brannen and Sidney Coles all were named to the all-Southern Conference team. Veney is one of eight players to compete in the national three-point shootout at the Final Four. 1997-98 In Marshall’s return to the Mid-American Conference, Travis Young is named the league’s Freshman of the Year. In addition to Young, Joda Burgess is also named to the conference’s all-freshman team. Overall, the Herd struggled to an 11-16 record, 7-11 in MAC play. However, the season was not without its bright moments, including a 73-66 win over No. 23 Wake Forest. 1998-99 Marshall showed progress in its quest to become a power in the Mid-American Conference. The Herd finished with a 16-11 record and earned a birth in the MAC Tournament. J.R. VanHoose became the first freshman in school history to lead the team in scoring and rebounding. The season highlights featured an 8866 win over Massachusetts. VanHoose and Travis Young were named All-MAC Honorable Mention. 1999-2000

Marshall posted it’s second 20-win campaign in four seasons under Greg White. The Herd went 21-9 with wins over Georgia and UMass to its credit. Sophomore Tamar Slay led the MAC in scoring with 19.9 points per game. Slay was also named first-team All-MAC, the Herd’s first first-teamer since rejoining the league. J.R. VanHoose averaged 17.5 points and 8.6 rebounds, earning him honorable-mention All-MAC laurels. Cornelius Jackson led the league in assists with 218, the second highest total in MAC history. The Herd made the MAC Tournament for the third consecutive season and advanced past Buffalo and Central Michigan before falling to Miami in the league’s Final Four. Marshall legend Charlie Slack had his No. 17 jersey retired at halftime of the Miami game on Jan. 24, 2000. 2000-2001 Marshall’s Tamar Slay and J.R. VanHoose both reach the 1,000-point plateau for their careers. VanHoose ranks third in the nation in rebounding and in “doubledoubles” giving him a national-best 39 for his three year career. The Herd posts a 12-6 record in MAC play and earns its first ever MAC tournament first round bye only to be upset by Ball State in the quarterfinals at Gund Arena. During the season, head coach Greg White picks up his 200th career victory and Marshall posts an outstanding 13-1 mark at home. Marshall also scores a road-win over nationally-ranked Dayton. Following the season, Tamar Slay is one of 16 finalists for a spot on USA Basketball’s World University Games team and then is tabbed as a Wooden Award Preseason All-America for 2001-2002. 2001-2002 Marshall’s Tamar Slay and J.R. VanHoose finish their careers as two of the top players in school-history in multiple statistical categories. Sophomore Ronald Blackshear ties the national record with 11 consecutive three-pointer in a game and makes 14 overall at Akron. Blackshear scored 88 three-pointers despite starting in only 12 games and seeing time in 21 contests. VanHoose is named an academic all-american, while Slay is tabbes as an NABC all-district pick for the second consecutive year. Slay is drafted by the New Jersey Nets in the second round of the NBA draft.

The 1966-67 edition of the Thundering Herd finished fourth in the National Invitational Tournament.

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The 1984-85 Thundering Herd won the Southern Conference title and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. 2002-03 The Herd finished 14-15 in head coach Greg White’s final season. Former Georgia head coach and then-Clemson assistant Ron Jirsa is named head coach in June of 2003. Junior Ronald Blackshear led Marshall in scoring with a 20.3 points per game average. A.W. Hamilton paced the Herd at the point guard position, leading the MidAmerican Conference in assists per game (5.5) and assist to turnover ratio (2.19). Marshall won its first round MAC Tournament game against Eastern Michigan, 8375, before falling to Kent State, 79-57 at the Gund Arena in Cleveland in the quarterfinals. 2003-04 The Thundering Herd finished with a 12-17 record, with six of those 17 losses coming by four points or less, with one coming in overtime. Ron Jirsa’s first schedule as a Marshall coach was treacherous, with seven of the teams MU faced making postseason play, and it ranked first overall in the Mid-American Conference. The Herd knocked off UAB in Birmingham, a Sweet 16 team in the 2004 NCAA Tournament, and eventual MAC Champion Western Michigan in Huntington. The Herd also faced the University of Kentucky in Cincinnati, where MU’s Ronny Dawn knocked down seven-of-nine shots from beyond-the-arc to tie a Wildcat opponent record. Marvin Black was a second team All-MAC selection after leading the Herd in both scoring and rebounding, and Marshall advanced to Cleveland for the MAC Quarterfinals for the fifth time in five years. 2004-05 Marshall ended its final year in the Mid-American Conference with a 6-22 overall record - however, the Herd did not leave the MAC without putting their stamp on the 2004-05 season. The Herd knocked off eventual Elite Eight participant West Virginia in Charleston, the only MAC team to defeat an Elite Eight team, and beat MAC regular season champ Miami (Ohio) in the last game of the regular season at the Henderson Center. Marshall’s win over WVU was also the MAC’s only win over a team in the top 25 all season. Eleven of the Herd’s 22 losses came by 10 points or less in 2004-05. 2005-06 Marshall began a new era in Conference USA with a 1217 record and with several notable accomplishments. The Herd knocked off its first top-10 opponent since 1971-72 when Marshall beat West Virginia on January 21, 58-52, in Charleston. Marshall also hosted two top-25 teams in the Henderson Center in George Washington and Memphis. The Colonials barely escaped with a 79-73 overtime win, and the Tigers held on to defeat the Herd, 91-81, in front of the first

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Henderson Center sellout since December 12, 1987, when Marshall defeated West Virginia, 82-72, in front of 10,576 fans. Senior Mark Patton was a third team All-CUSA selection, and Markel Humphrey was named to the All-Freshman team. 2006-07 The Herd finished 13-19 in Ron Jirsa’s fourth and final season. Former Herd and Florida assistant coach Donnie Jones was named head coach on April 7, 2007, five days after the Gators claimed the 2007 National Championship. Sophomore forward Markel Humphrey paced the Herd in scoring and rebounding en route to being named to the All-Conference USA Third Team. The Herd knocked off ACC opponent Virginia Tech, 5958, on December 30 in the Henderson Center in its most notable win of the season. Marshall also participated in the Great Alaska Shootout, the first Marshall athletic team to participate in an event in the state of Alaska. 2007-08 In season one of the Donnie Jones era, Marshall posted its first winning campaign in seven years with a 16-14 mark, including an 8-8 record in C-USA play. The Herd recorded wins over a pair of conference preseason favorites (East Tennessee State and Boston University) as well as wins over eventual NCAA Tournament teams Winthrop and San Diego. The Herd also put together its first ever three-game win streak in C-USA action, its first such win streak in league play since 2002-03 while in the Mid-American Conference. Senior Mark Dorris led MU in scoring and was named to the C-USA All-Defensive Team while junior Markel Humphrey was selected to the All-Conference USA Third Team and Tirrell Baines to the C-USA All-Freshman Team.

com Tournament. The Thundering Herd won 24 games, the most in 23 years (24-10). Freshman Hassan Whiteside blocked 182 shots, the fourth most in Division I history. Whiteside, a 7-0 center, earned 12 different postseason awards. Tyler Wilkerson was selected second team All-Conference and All-Region. Sophomore Dago Pena earned Conference USA Sixth Man of the Year honors. Donnie Jones left after the season to take over at UCF. Tom Herrion, the associate head coach at Pittsburgh, became the 28th head coach at Marshall on Apr. 10, 2010. 2010-11 Marshall returned to the postseason for the secondconsecutive season with its second appearance in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament. Its 22-12 record marked the first consecutive 20-win seasons since 1986-88. DeAndre Kane was named the conference’s freshman of the year after averaging 15.1 points. Johnny Thomas earned a spot on the C-USA All-Academic team. Junior guard Damier Pitts led the team with a scoring average of 16.2 and 4.7 assists per game.

2008-09 Donnie Jones’ second season saw the Herd post a 15-17 record. Markel Humphrey earned third team AllConference USA honors for the third year in a row while Damier Pitts was named to the C-USA All-Freshman Team. Humphrey, a senior, finished his career as the only Marshall player to be ranked in the top 20 in school history in career scoring, rebounding, and assists. Adam Williams was chosen as one of five members of the C-USA All-Academic Team. Williams was one of 12 athletes announced as a recipient of the Winter Conference USA Spirit of Service Award.

2009-10 Marshall made its first postseason appearance in 22 years with a quarterfinal showing in the CollegeInsider.

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Billy Donovan 1994-96

Marshall Head Coaches Chronologically

Greg White 1996-03

Rick Huckabay 1983-89

Jule Rivlin 1955-63

Years 20102007-10 2003-07 1996-03 1994-96 1990-94 1989-90 1983-89 1979-83 1977-79 1972-77 1971-72 1969-71 1963-69 1955-63 1935-55 1931-35 1927-31 1926-27 1925-26 1924-25 1923-24 1922-23 1921-22 1920-21 1918-19 1908-14 1906-08

Coach Tom Herrion Donnie Jones Ron Jirsa Greg White Billy Donovan Dwight Freeman Dana Altman Rick Huckabay Bob Zuffelato Stu Aberdeen Bob Daniels Carl Tacy Stewart Way Ellis Johnson Jule Rivlin Cam Henderson Tom Dandalet Johnny Stuart Bill Strickling Charles Tallman Russ Meredith Bill Strickling J.E.R. Barnes Herbert Cramer Kemper Shelton Archer Reilly Boyd Chambers L.B. Crotty

Won 22 55 43 115 35 44 15 129 71 25 71 23 25 68 100 362 43 46 7 10 12 8 1 5 6 2 16 5

Lost 12 41 74 84 20 69 13 59 41 31 62 4 24 80 88 160 35 27 9 7 6 7 3 4 9 5 16 1

Pct. .647 .578 .368 .578 .636 .389 .536 .686 .634 .446 .534 .852 .510 .459 .532 .693 .551 .630 .438 .588 .667 .533 .250 .556 .400 .286 .500 .833

Cam Henderson 1935-55

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NCAA TOURNAMENT

March 11, 1972 Midwest Region Leading Scorer: Mike D’Antoni (26) Leading Rebounder: Randy Noll (16), Russell Lee (16)

1955-56 Midwest Region Leading Scorer: Cebe Price (27) Morehead State 107 - Marshall 92 Marshall Cebe Price, f Jerry Pierson, f Hal Greer, f Dave Kirk, c Bob Ashley, c Paul Underwood, g John Mayfield, g Jack Freeman, g Totals Morehead St. Steve Hamilton, f Gene Carroll, f Dave Kelcher, f Jim Jewell, f Bob Richards, f Dan Swartz, c Harlan Tolle, g Ken Thompson, g Bernie Shimfessel, g Donnie Gaunce, g Totals Halftime: Morehead 51, Marshall 46

FG 11 0 5 8 2 9 0 5 40

FT-FTA 5-11 0-0 2-3 2-2 2-3 0-0 0-0 1-2 13-21

PF 5 0 3 4 5 5 2 2 26

TP 27 0 12 18 6 18 0 11 92

FG 10 0 7 0 0 12 3 0 0 6 38

FT-FTA 5-7 0-0 0-2 2-2 0-0 15-18 2-4 0-0 0-0 7-9 31-42

PF 1 0 5 0 0 4 1 0 0 2 13

TP 25 0 14 2 0 39 8 0 0 19 107

Tournament Notes: Marshall’s 40 field goals was the most by a team in a single game of the 1956 NCAA Tournament ... Cebe Price’s 27 points is the most ever scored by a Marshall player in the NCAA Tournament. March 16, 1984 Mideast Region Leading Scorer: LaVerne Evans (22) Leading Rebounder: Sam Winley (6) Villanova 84 - Marshall 72 #10 Marshall FG-FGA Sam Ervin 1-1 David Wade 4-10 Robert Eppes 2-3 Sam Henry 0-2 LaVerne Evans 9-15 Sam Winley 4-11 Don Turney 6-11 Jeff Battle 5-9 Rod Nelson 2-5 Jeff Richardson 0-0 Michael Dobson 0-0 Bruce Morris 0-0 John Amendola 0-1 Skeeter Roberts 0-0 Totals 33-68 #7 Villanova FG-FGA McClain, D 10-11 Pressley, H 6-8 Pinckney, E 7-9 Dobbs, F 3-6 McLain, G 1-2 Wilbur, D 3-6 Everson, C 0-0 Totals 30-42 Halftime: Marshall 40, Villanova 33 Attendance: 10,788

FT-FTA 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-2 4-5 1-3 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-14

REB 2 2 3 1 3 6 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 20

A 0 2 0 2 2 1 0 4 2 0 0 0 1 0 14

PF 2 5 4 1 2 2 2 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 23

TP 2 8 4 1 22 9 12 10 4 0 0 0 0 0 72

FT-FTA 4-4 3-5 8-10 6-7 3-4 0-0 0-0 24-30

REB 3 7 10 4 0 1 1 26

A 4 4 2 2 3 1 0 16

PF 5 3 4 0 4 2 0 18

TP 24 15 22 12 5 6 0 84

Tournament Notes: Villanova’s Pressley, McClain, Pinckney, Wilbur, Everson and McLain all played on the Wildcats 1985 National Championship team that defeated Georgetown, 66-64.

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#9 Louisiana-Lafayette 112 - Marshall 101 Marshall FG-FGA FT-FTA Mike D’Antoni 9-22 8-11 Bill James 4-14 0-0 Tyrone Collins 4-18 3-3 Barry Driscoll 2-7 3-6 Gary Orsini 2-3 0-4 Randy Noll 10-19 1-3 John Sark 0-0 0-0 Russell Lee 11-29 2-3 Totals 42-112 17-30 SW Louisiana FG-FGA Lamar, D 12-31 Greene, S 0-1 Brisbano, J. 7-12 Haney, M 0-0 Herbert, W 1-1 Saunders, F 0-1 Townsend, P 3-6 Loftin, W 5-6 Ebron, R 14-22 Totals 42-80 Halftime: SW Louisiana 55, Marshall 52 Attendance: 3,976

FT-FTA 11-15 0-0 5-7 1-2 0-0 3-4 3-5 0-1 5-7 28-41

REB 9 6 6 7 4 16 0 16 65

PF 3 3 3 3 5 5 0 4 26

A 10 4 3 0 0 3 0 2 22

TP 26 8 11 7 4 21 0 24 101

REB 5 1 5 3 0 9 3 11 20 61

PF 0 1 3 4 0 5 2 4 3 22

A 11 1 5 2 0 2 0 3 1 25

TP 35 0 19 4 2 3 9 10 33 112

Tournament Notes: Marshall’s 65 rebounds were the most during a single game in the 1972 NCAA Tournament … Marshall’s 42 field goals tied three schools for the most field goals made during a game … Marshall’s 112 field goal attempts were the most during a single game of the tournament ... Mike D’Antoni’s 10 assists was the second most by an individual in a single game of the tournament … Russell Lee’s 29 field goal attempts was the fourth most attempts by a player in a single game of the tournament ... Marshall’s 101 points was the third highest of the tournament. March 15, 1985 West Region Leading Scorer: Skip Henderson (19) Leading Rebounder: Rodney Holden (6) AP #11 Virginia Commonwealth 81 - Marshall 65 #15 Marshall FG-FGA FT-FTA Jeff Guthrie 2-6 2-2 Robert Eppes 4-5 2-2 Jeff Richardson 3-8 1-2 Skip Henderson 8-15 3-4 Bruce Morris 0-2 0-0 Rodney Holden 3-3 0-2 Kyle Taylor 1-4 0-0 Jeff Battle 4-12 2-2 John Amendola 0-2 0-0 Martin Smith 0-0 0-0 Skeeter Roberts 0-0 0-0 Maurice Brysone 0-1 1-2 Tom Curry 1-4 2-3 Totals 26-62 13-19 #2 VCU FG-FGA FT-FTA Michael Brown 3-6 0-1 Neil Wake 2-3 3-4 Mike Schlegel 5-10 4-7 Calvin Duncan 6-13 7-9 Rolando Lamb 12-17 6-7 Bruce Allen 0-0 1-3 Robert Dickerson 1-3 0-0 Phil Stinne 0-0 0-0 Alvin Robinson 0-0 0-0 Don Franco 0-0 2-2 Totals 29-52 23-33 Halftime: Virginia Commonwealth 32, Marshall 23

REB 5 3 4 4 1 6 1 4 1 0 1 2 1 33

A 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 9

PF 4 1 4 3 0 2 1 4 0 0 2 1 4 26

TP 6 10 7 19 0 6 2 10 0 0 0 1 4 65

REB 3 3 6 4 4 0 3 1 2 2 28

A 4 1 3 5 4 0 0 0 0 0 17

PF 4 4 3 0 3 0 2 0 4 0 20

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NCAA TOURNAMENT Individual NCAA Tournament Superlatives Points ................................................................................... 27 Cebe Price vs. Morehead State (1956) Field Goals ............................................................................. 11 Cebe Price vs. Morehead State (1956) Russell Lee vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (1972)(1972) Free Throws ............................................................................. 8 Mike D’Antoni vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (1972) (1972) Free Throw Percentage...................................................... .857 Tom Curry vs. Texas Christian (6-of-7) (1987) Three-Point Field Goals .......................................................... 4 Skip Henderson vs. Texas Christian (1987) Three-Point Field Goal Percentage .................................. .500 Skip Henderson vs. Texas Christian (4-of-8) (1987) Dwayne Lewis vs. Texas Christian (1-of-2) (1987) Rebounds .............................................................................. 16 Russell Lee vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (1972) Randy Noll vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (1972)

Mike D’Antoni scored 26 points, dished out 10 assists and grabbed nine rebounds vs. Louisiana-Lafayette in the 1st round of the 1972 NCAA Tournament.

Team NCAA Tournament Superlatives Points ................................................................................. 101 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (1972)

March 12, 1987 East Region Leading Scorer: Dwayne Lewis (17) Leading Scorer: Dwayne Lewis (5)

Field Goals ............................................................................. 42 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (1972)

AP #19 Texas Christian 76 - Marshall 60 #13 Marshall FG-FGA 3FG-FGA Rodney Holden 2-4 0-0 Dwayne Lewis 5-14 1-2 Tom Curry 2-2 0-0 Skip Henderson 5-13 4-8 John Humphrey 4-8 0-0 Pete Brown 0-0 0-0 Brian Fish 0-1 0-0 Maurice Brywon 1-3 0-0 Totals 19-45 5-10 #4 TCU FG-FGA Larry Richard 1-4 Norman Anderson 3-7 Tony Papa 2-2 Jamie Dixon 2-6 Carven Holcombe 14-17 Carl Lott 7-9 Matt Minnis 0-0 Tom Mortimer 0-0 Totals 29-45 Halftime: TCU 38, Marshall 27 Attendance: 11,200

Assists .................................................................................... 10 Mike D’Antoni vs. SW Louisiana (1972)

3FG-FGA 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2

FT-FTA REB 3-6 4 3-6 5 6-7 3 0-0 1 2-2 3 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 17-21 16

A PF TP 0 1 7 3 4 17 0 4 10 1 1 14 1 4 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 5 19 60

FT-FTA REB A PF TP 5-6 5 0 4 7 2-2 4 7 3 8 2-2 2 1 3 6 6-7 4 4 2 11 2-3 3 5 1 30 0-3 4 1 0 14 0-0 0 0 1 0 0-0 0 2 0 0 17-23 22 20 14 76

Field Goal Percentage ....................................................... .485 vs. Villanova (33-of-68) (1984) Free Throws ........................................................................... 17 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (1972) vs. Texas Christian (1987) Free Throw Percentage...................................................... .810 vs. Texas Christian (17-of-21) (1987) Three-Point Field Goals .......................................................... 5 vs. Texas Christian (1987) Three-Point Field Goal Percentage .................................. .500 vs. Texas Christian (5-of-10) (1987) Rebounds .............................................................................. 65 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (1972) Assists .................................................................................... 22 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette (1972)

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NCAA TOURNAMENT March 9, 1967 (Game One) Madison Square Garden-New York, N.Y. Leading Scorer: Jim Davidson (21) Leading Rebounder: Bob Allen (21)

March 16, 1967 (Game Three) Madison Square Garden-New York, N.Y. Leading Scorer: George Stone (24) Leading Rebounder: Bob Allen (13)

Marshall 70 - Villanova 68 (overtime) Marshall (70) FG FT-FTA George Stone 4-19 3-4 Bob Redd 4-13 0-1 Bob Allen 2-3 7-13 Jim Davidson 9-19 3-6 Danny D’Antoni 5-11 5-8 Team Totals 26-65 18-32

REB 7 11 21 9 3 7 54

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Villanova (68) FG FT-FTA REB PF TP Crews 6-13 1-3 5 5 13 Jones 12-29 4-6 11 3 28 McIntosh 2-2 2-2 4 5 6 McGuire 4-9 2-3 8 1 10 Gillen 0-3 0-2 3 4 0 Gaidjunes 2-4 0-0 4 2 4 Turk 0-1 0-1 4 2 0 May 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 Meichionnl 2-6 0-1 2 2 4 McCall 1-3 1-2 3 1 3 Team 7 Totals 29-71 10-20 51 25 68 Halftime: Marshall 34, Villanova 24 Attendance: 15,357 Tournament Notes: Bob Allen pulled down an amazing 21 rebounds in the game, a Marshall NIT high...Allen also sank the game-winning free throws in overtime with time expired...Villanova’s Terry McGuire was the only senior to start for either team. March 13, 1967 (Game Two) Madison Square Garden-New York, N.Y. Leading Scorer: George Stone (46) Leading Rebounder: Bob Allen (16) Marshall 119 - Nebraska 88 Marshall (119) George Stone Bob Redd Bob Allen Jim Davidson Danny D’Antoni Joe Dawson Dallas Blankenship Orville Stepp George Watson Keith Blankenship Park W. Beam Team Totals

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Marquette 83 - Marshall 78 Marshall (78) FG George Stone 11-25 Bob Redd 9-20 Bob Allen 4-4 Jim Davidson 6-19 Danny D’Antoni 1-13 Orville Stepp 0-0 Dallas Blankenship 0-1 Joe Dawson 0-0 Team Totals 31-82 Marquette (83) FG George Thompson 12-20 Brian Brunkhorst 4-8 Gene Smith 1-6 Jim Burke 2-5 Bob Wolf 2-5 Brad Luchini 1-1 Dan Anderson 0-0 Team Totals 29-60 Halftime: Marquette 37, Marshall 31 Attendance: 18,499

FT-FTA 2-2 5-5 1-4 8-12 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 16-23 FT-FTA 4-6 10-10 4-5 2-4 2-4 2-2 0-0 25-33

REB 5 10 13 10 2 0 1 0 6 47 REB 12 13 14 4 4 1 0 3 50

PF 3 4 5 4 5 1 0 2

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Tournament Quotes: “If we had tried to run with them, they would have blown us off the court,” said Marquette’s Bob Wolf. “I don’t know anyone in the country that can run with them,” said Marquette’s head coach. “I know we couldn’t.” March 18, 1967 (Game Four) Madison Square Garden-New York, N.Y. Leading Scorer: George Stone (26) Leading Rebounder: Bob Allen (19)

FG 20-38 6-12 1-2 8-17 9-15 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-2 0-0

FT-FTA 6-6 5-8 1-2 7-8 6-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0

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Nebraska (88) FG Tom Baack 13-24 Nate Branch 6-12 Willie Campbell 8-20 Stuart Lantz 4-14 Jim Damm 2-5 Frank Empkey 2-5 Ron Simmons 1-3 Roger Leitner 0-2 Bob Wagner 1-2 Dan Shaver 0-1 Charles Stone 0-2 Team Totals 37-90 Halftime: Marshall 58, Nebraska 39 Attendance: 9,322

FT-FTA 7-9 2-2 1-4 1-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 2-2 14-22

REB 11 5 16 7 9 0 2 0 0 2 2 9 56 REB 10 8 4 8 4 3 2 2 0 0 3 3 47

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

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Rutgers 93 - Marshall 76 Marshall (76) George Stone Bob Redd Bob Allen Jim Davidson Danny D’Antoni Dallas Blankenship Orville Stepp Team Totals

FG 9-27 6-17 2-7 5-16 7-18 1-6 0-1

FT-FTA 8-12 2-7 3-4 1-1 2-5 0-0 0-0

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PF 2 5 5 4 4 0 1

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Rutgers (93) FG FT-FTA REB PF TP Barry Milankow 1-3 0-1 2 2 2 Doug Clark 5-8 3-7 14 3 13 Bob Greacen 5-9 0-0 7 5 10 Bob Lloyd 17-30 10-11 7 1 44 Jim Valvano 8-15 3-4 5 4 19 Dick Stewart 0-3 1-2 11 4 1 Rick Harley 0-1 0-1 3 3 0 Doug Brittelle 0-2 0-0 1 0 0 Jim Smith 1-1 0-0 1 0 2 Jack Penhall 1-1 0-0 0 0 2 Lou Goetz 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 Bob Budess 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 Team 5 Totals 38-73 17-26 56 34 93 Halftime: Rutgers 43, Marshall 41 Attendance: 15,357 Tournament Notes: Rutgers featured senior guard Jim Valvano who later went on to coach North Carolina State to the 1983 NCAA Championship.

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March 14, 1968 Madison Square Garden-New York, N.Y. Leading Scorer: George Stone (31) Leading Rebounder: Bob Allen (15) St. Peter’s 102 - Marshall 93 (2ot) Marshall (93) FG George Stone 12-28 Bob Redd 6-18 Bob Allen 7-8 Jim Davidson 12-24 Danny D’Antoni 3-14 Ricky Hall 0-1 Phil Kazee 0-0 Joe Dawson 0-0 Orville Stepp 0-0 Larry Osborne 0-0 Team Totals 40-93 St. Peter’s (102) FG Eloardo Webster 23-36 Harry Laurie 4-10 Pete O’Dea 10-22 Tom MacMahon 4-7 Bob Leckie 2-4 Ken Grant 1-4 Mark Drew 0-3 Tom Schwester 0-0 Sam DePiano 0-3 Gene O’Connell 0-0 Team Totals 44-89 Halftime: Marshall 51, St. Peter’s 38 Regulation: Marshall 83, St. Peter’s 83 First Overtime: Marshall 89, St. Peter’s 89 Attendance: 15,357

March 16, 1988 Cam Henderson Center Huntington, W.Va. Leading Scorer: Skip Henderson (30) Leading Rebounder: Rodney Holden (9) FT-FTA 7-7 0-4 0-1 2-7 4-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 13-28 FT-FTA 5-9 2-2 5-8 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 14-22

REB 13 13 15 8 7 2 0 0 0 0 12 70

TP 31 12 14 26 10 0 0 0 0 0

REB 17 4 14 1 1 1 1 0 4 2 6 51

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March 18, 1973 Madison Square Garden-New York, N.Y. Leading Scorers: Randy Noll & Mike D’Antoni (20) Leading Rebounder: Randy Noll (13) Fairfield 80 - Marshall 76 Marshall (76) Bill James Randy Noll Wayne Smith Mike D’Antoni Tyrone Collins Eric Bachelor Greg Imperi Joe Hickman Frank Austin Kim Humphreys Bill Mannefeld Team Totals

FG 3-12 8-17 2-6 8-19 6-13 2-3 0-2 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0

FT-FTA 4-4 4-7 0-0 4-4 0-0 2-4 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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Fairfield (80) FG Rehn 5-12 Rogers 7-15 Bradley 2-3 Groom 8-19 Ryan 1-2 Kelly 6-12 Duffy 0-3 Lademan 0-0 Team Totals 29-66 Halftime: Marshall 43, Fairfield 38 Attendance: 13,904

FT-FTA 3-4 5-5 0-0 7-9 2-2 2-5 3-6 0-1 22-32

Virginia Commonwealth 81 - Marshall 80 Marshall (80) M FG 3FG Rodney Holden 36 3-5 0-0 John Taft 36 5-10 0-0 Tom Curry 30 6-10 0-0 Skip Henderson 39 11-19 3-8 Andy Paul Williamson 37 5-10 0-5 John Humphrey 5 0-1 0-0 Brian Fish 3 0-0 0-0 Maurice Bryson 14 1-2 0-0 Team Totals 200 31-57 3-13 VCU (81) M John Thompson 35 Phil Stinnie 38 Bruce Pettway 13 Vince Wilson 19 Chris Cheeks 40 Derrick McGhee 14 Mike Brown 4 Lou Bryant 1 Lionel Bacon 23 Martin Henlan 13 Team Totals 200 Halftime: Marshall 41, VCU 33 Attendance: 10,048

FT 0-1 6-8 3-4 5-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 15-22

FG 7-13 7-20 2-4 3-5 7-15 1-5 0-0 0-1 1-2 2-5

3FG 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-0 1-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FT 5-7 4-5 0-2 1-2 6-6 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1

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REB 9 6 6 3 5 0 0 2 6 37 REB 11 4 3 2 6 2 0 0 1 4 7 42

PF 3 4 5 3 2 1 1 3

A 0 2 1 3 7 0 0 0

TP 6 16 15 30 10 0 0 3

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PF 1 4 5 3 2 1 0 0 1 5

A 1 4 0 3 2 0 0 0 2 0

TP 19 19 4 7 21 5 0 0 2 4

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NIT SUPERLATIVES Individual REB 5 13 7 3 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 7 34

TP 10 20 4 20 12 6 2 0 2 0 0

REB 11 8 1 3 5 9 8 0 11 46

TP 13 19 4 23 4 14 3 0

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Points ________________________ 46 George Stone vs. Nebraska (1967)

Points _______________________ _______________________119 119 vs. Nebraska (1967)

Rebounds _____________________ 21 Bob Allen vs.Villanova (1967)

Rebounds _____________________ _____________________70 70 vs. St. Peter’s (1968)

Field Goals ____________________ 20 George Stone vs. Nebraska (1967)

Field Goals ____________________ ____________________46 46 vs. Nebraska (1967)

Free Throws_____________________ 8 George Stone vs. Rutgers (1967) Jim Davidson vs. Marquette (1967)

Free Throws____________________ ____________________27 27 vs. Nebraska (1967)

3pt Field Goals __________________ 3 Skip Henderson vs. VCU (1988)

3pt Field Goals __________________ __________________3 3 vs. VCU (1988)

Field Goal % __________________ .600 Danny D’Antoni vs. Villanova (1967) (9-15)

Field Goal % _________________ .544 vs. VCU (1988) (31-57)

Free Throw % ________________ 1.000 George Stone vs. St. Peters (1968) (7-7)

Free Throw % ________________ .844 vs. Nebraska (1967) (27-32)

3Pt Field Goal % _______________ .375 Skip Henderson vs. VCU (1988) (3-8) Career Points _______________________ 142 George Stone (five games) (28.4) Rebounds _____________________ 84 Bob Allen (five games) (16.8)

3pt Field Goal % ______________ .231 vs. VCU (3-13) Scoring Averages Marshall (84.6 ppg) Opponents (85.0 ppg) Line Scores Team _____ 1st __ 2nd __ __1ot 1ot__ __2ot 2ot_ Total Marshall __ 307 __ 272 ___ ___66 ___ ___77 __ 592 Opponents 244 __ 332 ___ ___66 __ 13 ___ 59

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to win 55-54 over Hamline University (St. Paul, Minn.), after Marshall rallied from a 54-48 deficit with two minutes left to play. Next up for the Herd was a Thursday night, 10 p.m. contest against Eastern Washington. Gutshall became the third Marshall player in as many games to lead the team in scoring as he poured in 20 points in a 56-48 win. Tonkovich added 13 while Hall had 12.

The 1946-47 NAIB National Champions The “Big Green” of Marshall breezed through the 194647 regular season with a record of 27-5 before accepting an invitation to the National Association of Intercollegiate Basketball Tournament (today’s NAIA). Marshall was the 13th team to be invited to the 32-team tournament. Other schools included Arizona State, New Mexico, Youngstown State, Loyola, Eastern Illinois, Western Carolina and Texas Wesleyan, which had the nation’s leading scorer in Cliff McNeely, who scored 479 points in 30 games. To save money on travel and food, head coach Cam Henderson took only eight players to Kansas City for the tournament; Bill Hall, Gene “Goose” James, Andy Tonkovich, Bill Toothman, Mervin Gutshall, Bob Wright, Dick Erickson and Jim Bakalis. Co-captain Albert “Babe” Mazza was left at home because of an injury and student manager Johnny Wellman, whom Henderson called “the best student manager I have ever had,” had to stay home in order to graduate. The “Big Green” opened the tournament against River Falls Teachers College of Wisconsin (now know as UW-River Falls). A crowd of over 5,000 immediately adapted the Herd as its tournament favorite as Bill Hall scored 34 points in a record setting 113-80 rout. Marshall wowed the crowd with its warm-up as well as its game. Henderson developed the “King Drill,” a flashy, quick-moving ballhandling drill that was later adopted by the Harlem Globetrotters for their “Sweet Georgia Brown” warm-up. During the game, the crowd was delighted by the Big Green “breaking fast all the time.” Even Henderson said after the first night “about 75 percent were for us the rest of the way.” In front of 6,000 fans on Wednesday night, the Herd got a free throw from Andy Tonkovich with eight seconds left

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As the field had reached its Final Four, it included Arizona State, Mankato (Minn.) State and Marshall’s next opponent, the Emporia (Kan.) State Hornets. Emporia had been tagged as the pre-tournament favorite and would take the Herd to overtime in what was called the most exciting game of the tournament. Friday night’s 9 p.m. start was attended by a then record crowd of over 8,000 fans. Marshall trailed by as many as 10 in the second half before tying the game and sending it to overtime. It would take a miracle shot for a team of destiny to have a shot at the title. Toothman, who had only scored eight points on the night, was playing defense with the rest of the Herd as the Hornets tried to freeze the last 2:30 of overtime off the clock with a 55-54 lead. With 20 seconds remaining, Emporia missed a close shot and Marshall came down with the rebound. Toothman took the outlet pass and not knowing exactly how much time was left, took a 50-footer that “slipped through without even touching the net” according to the Associated Press. Marshall would steal Emporia’s inbound pass and hang on for a 56-55 overtime win. Only one team stood between Marshall and the championship. “Methodical” Mankato State, as it was called by the AP, had defeated Arizona State in the second game on Friday, 52-46. The Herd was on a roll and was not to be denied. Marshall defeated Mankato (now known as Minnesota State-Mankato), 73-59, in front of 8,500 fans in Kansas City to give the Herd its first (and only) national basketball championship. The crowd had set another attendance record and was treated to an outstanding performance by Hall, who scored 27 points. Hall, James and Tonkovich were named first-team NAIB All-Americans following the tournament. Toothman was picked as captain of the second-team All-NAIB, while Gutshall made honorable-mention despite scoring 68 points, good for third best in the tournament. Wright, Erickson and Bakalis had played in each of the five games, making it truly a team effort.

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Charlie Slack and Hal Greer are carried off the court following a 95-91 victory over Bowling Green that gave Marshall the 1956 MAC Championship.

1955-56 Marshall Captures Mid-American Conference Crown

1983-84 Marshall Wins Southern Conference Championship

Under the direction of Jule Rivlin, the Thundering wins its first Mid-American Conference Championship and made its first NCAA Tournament appearance. Charlie Slack finished his career with two NCAA rebounding records, including the still-standing mark of 25.6 boards per game for one season. Slack also led the team in scoring with a 22.5 points per game average. The team also featured future NBA Hall-of-Famer, Hal Greer. Marshall lost to Morehead State, 10792, in the NCAA Tournament.

Marshall won 25 games and captured the Southern Conference title. The Herd fell victim to Villanova in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. LaVerne Evans led the Herd in scoring with a 20.5 points per game average.

1966-67 Herd Finish Fourth in NIT Marshall goes 20-8 on the season and finishes fourth in the National Invitation Tournament. Marshall University Athletic Hall of Fame (1999) inductee George Stone set NIT and Madison Square Garden records as he scored 46 points versus Nebraska. Stone led the Herd in scoring on the season, averaging 24.4 points per contest. In the NIT, Marshall defeated Villanova and Nebraska before falling to Marquette and Rutgers. George Stone was named to the All-NIT team.

1971-72 Thundering Herd Cracks Associated Press Top-10

1984-85 Herd Repeats as Southern Conference Champions Marshall won its second consecutive Southern Conference Tournament championship but fell to Virginia Commonwealth in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Skip Henderson, Marshall’s all-time leading scorer, led the team in scoring as a freshman with 17.7 points per game.

1986-87 Marshall Sweeps Southern Conference Championship The Thundering Herd wins both the Southern Conference regular season and tournament championships. Marshall won 25 games on the season and made its fifth trip to the NCAA Tournament. Skip Henderson leads the team in scoring for the third year in a row with a 21.0 points per game average.

Coach Carl Tacy’s squad finished the season with a 23-4 mark en route to the school’s second NCAA Tournament appearance. The Herd achieved a high ranking of No. 8 in the weekly Associated Press Poll. Russell Lee was named All-American and became the Milwaukee Bucks’ first-round selection in the NBA Draft.

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ALL-TIME ROSTER 1906-07 Coach Luther B. Crotty Luther Crotty Dickens Will Foster E.B. Henson Lawrence Hoover Robert Larew Miner Smith-Captain William Spruce Harold Tompkins 1907-08 Coach Luther B. Crotty Stanley Coffman Luther Crotty John Foster Will Foster E.B. Henson Clinton Myer Woodyard Pool Miner Smith William Spruce-Captain Harold Tompkins 1908-09 Coach Boyd Chambers Boyd Chambers Will Foster Hager Guy Middleton Clinton Myer William Spruce-Captain 1909-10 Coach Boyd Chambers Homer Bailey Howard Brackman Eric Faulk William Jones Charles Myers Bill Strickling John Shultz Wellington Yates 1910-11 Coach Boyd Chambers John Archer Fred Bailey Homer Bailey Tracy Bailey

George Morrow Bill Strickling Harry “Cy” Young 1911-12 Coach Boyd Chambers Fred Bailey Tracy Bailey-Captain Jesse Callahan Cliff Foster Roscoe Fowler George Morrow Bill Strickling Harry “Cy” Young 1912-13 Coach Boyd Chambers Fred Bailey Tracy Bailey Jesse Callahan-Captain James Henderson George Lyon William Clyde Miller George Morrow Emray Quinlin 1913-14 Coach Boyd Chambers Richard Amrick Fred Bailey Jesse Callahan William Cundiff Mac Doolittle Evertt Lawrence William Clyde Miller William Nagle 1914-15 Dropped Middle of Season due to no place to play 1915-16 No Basketball 1916-17 Coach Boyd Chambers Everett Callaway Dayton Carter Dexter Echols Jess Echols

Walt Walowac 1950-54 Logan, W.V. (Logan HS) • MU 3rd all-time scoring (1,982) • MU 3rd all-time FGM (792) • MU 1st all-time FGA (2,225) • MU 7th all-time FTM (365) • MU 5th all-time FTA (569) • 44 points vs Ohio (2-10-53) • 44 points vs WV Wesleyan (12-4-53) • 40 points vs Ohio University (1951) • 40 points vs Union College (1951) • 40 points vs Akron (1951) • Retired the No. 20 jersey after the senior season • All OVC (1951-1952) • All MAC (1953-1954) • NCAA 6th in scoring with in 1953-54 (26.1 ppg) • Helms Athletic Foundation All-American 1st team (1952-53, small college), 3rd team (1953-54, Division I) • 3rd round draft pick Milwaukee Hawks (1954) • WV Sports Writers Hall of Fame (1981)

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Carl Pettry Howard Pettry Charles Price Ernest Winters Bradley Workman 1917-18 Coach Carl Shipley Daniel Cable Maurice Foose Robert Knode Stewart Knode Thomas Martin Dewey McCarraher-Captain Carl Pettry Ernest Winters 1918-19 No Basketball 1919-20 No Basketball 1920-21 Coach Herbet Cramer Carl Anderson Earl Burton Eugene Campbell Frank “Red” CristCaptain Earl “Duke” Farrington John Gillespie Issac Pitsenberger Orra Purdue Ellis Rece Clyde Sowards 1921-22 Coach Gerald Sutton Earl Burton Frank Crist Johnson Fry John Gillespie Hankes or Hackes Cline Jackson Orra Purdue Issac Pitsenberger Dave Richmond 1922-23 Coach J.E.R. Barnes Earl Burton Frank Crist Edgar Crowe Earl Farrington Shorty Hamilton Ray Johnson Clyde Lady Lee McCaffrey Issac Pitsenberger Orra Purdue George Queen Dave Richmond 1923-24 Coach Bill Strickling Carl Anderson Frank Crist Earl Farrington Issac Pitsenberger George Queen Harold Ridenour Herber Riffe Stanley Smoot Honaker “Hoge” White

Charlie Slack 1952-56 Pomeroy, Ohio (Pomeroy HS) •MU 1st all-time rebounding season (538) • MU 1st all-time rebounding average (25.6 rpg) • MU 1st all-time rebounding career (1,916) • MU 1st all-time rebounding career average (21.8) • MU 12th all-time scoring (1,551) • MU 1st single-game rebounds (43 vs Morris Harvey 1-12-54) • NCAA Div I 2nd most rebounds in game (43 vs Morris Harvey 1-12-54) • NCAA Div I 1st season rebounding avg. (1954-55, 25.6) • NCAA Div I 4th season rebounding avg. (1955-56, 23.6) • NCAA Div I 3rd all-time career rebounds (1,916) • Led MAC in rebounding in 1954-55 (25.6 rpg) and 1955-56 (23.6) •NBA Draft pick Fort Wayne Pistons (1956) •U.S. Olympic Team alternate (1960) 1924-25 Coach Russ Meredith Whitney Coffman Frank Crist Earl Farrington Carol Kitts Lee McCaffrey Harold Nichols Jimmy Post George Queen-Captain Stanley Smooth Alton “Tubby” Stealy 1925-26 Coach Guy Fiber Assistant Bill Strickling Dwight Blaine Julian Bragg Frank Crist Fred Huff Lee McCaffrey Jackie McKnown Harold Nichols Mark Page Archie Peterson Luther Poling John Young 1926-27 Coach Roy Hawley Assistant Bill Strickling Dwight Blaine Carl Bunten Brady Knight Frank Lake Meredith McComas Homer McCoy Jackie McKnown Harold Nichols Luther Poling Frank Porter Ersel Toler Johnnie Watson 1927-28 Coach John Stuart Eli Barack Paul Casey Adam Colasky Homer McCoy Jackie McKnown Harold Nichols Frank Porter Tom Stark

Ralph Steele Johnnie Watson Pete Wilson John Rogers Tom Stark Johnnie Watson Pete Wilson 1929-30 Coach John Stuart DuMont Austin Bud DuBois Ramey Hunter Marvin Laird Homer McCoy Byron Morris Jeff Rife John Rogers Tom Stark Johnnie Watson Pete Wilson 1930-31 Coach John Stuart Lawrence Gill Otho Greenlee Don Humphreys Ramey Hunter Marvin Laird John McKnown Byron Morris Jim Patton Len Priode John Rogers Tom Stark Pete Wilson 1931-32 Coach Tom Dandelet Assistant Skeets Farley Mack Beard Joe Chetwin Pee Wee Childers Lawrence Gill Otho Greenlee Marvin Laird Hunter Kincaid Tom Hallanan Ramey Hunter Art Jones Carl McComas Byron Morris Oscar Newman Harry Paxton

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MARSHALL Leo Byrd 1956-59 Huntington, W.V. (Huntington HS) • Named “Mr. Basketball USA” after North-South High School All-Star game in Murray, Ky. • MU 8th all-time scoring (1,696) • MU 2nd all-time FTM (509) • MU 2nd all-time FTA (637) • MU 7th all-time FT% (79.9%) • MU 11th all-time FGM (593) • MU 7th all-time FGA (1,364) • MU career scoring avg. (23.5 ppg) • MU 1st single-season scoring avg. (1958-59, 29.3 ppg) • Scored 40 points vs St. Bonaventure (2-21-59) • NCAA 2nd in scoring (1958-59, 29.3 ppg) • First-Team “Chuck” Taylor All-American (1959) • Led MAC in scoring (1957-58, 24.9 ppg & 1958-59, 29.3) • Led MAC in FT% (1958-59, 82.7%) • All-MAC (1958-59) • Retired #44 after senior year • Won gold medal on 1959 Pan American Team • 4th round draft pick Cincinnati Royals (1959) Forrest Poerce John Rogers Luther Woods

Ed Wilgus Herndon Wilkes

1932-33 Coach Tom Dandelet Assistant Skeets Farley Jim Barney Mack Beard Vince Donohoe Charles Eubanks Lawrence Gill Otho Greenlee Tom Hallanan Don Humphreys Ramey Hunter Byron Morris Robert Morris 1933-34 Coach Tom Dandelet Asst. Skeets Farley Mack Beard Vince Donohoe Captain Lawrence Gill Tom Hallanan Don Humphreys Tom Huron Fred Hurt Hunter Kincaid Earl Lykins Len Priode Earl Wellman 1934-35 Coach Tom Dandelet Asst. Francis Farley Raynor Burcham George Clark Emerson Floyd Tom Hallanan Fred Hurt Buddy Kaiser Hunter Kincaid Earl Lykins Elmo Patrick John Stephens Earl Wellman Lewis Wilcox

1935-36 Coach Cam Henderson Merle Bais Raynor Burcham Tom Huron Jim Provence Dick Sidebottom Bill Smith Bill Vest Charles Watson Captain Earl Wellman Lewis Wilcox 1936-37 Coach Cam Henderson George Ayerman Casey John or Harold Cox Henry Green Tom Huron Buck Jamison Herb Royer J.B. Russell Bill Smith Bill Vest Charles Watson Lewis Wilcox 1937-38 Coach Cam Henderson George Ayerman Elmer Bauld Yost Cunningham Everett Elkins Buck Jamison John Morlock Aldo Paletti Jule Rivlin Charles Watson Lewis Wilcox 1938-39 Coach Cam Henderson Elmer Bauld Yost Cunningham Andy D’Antoni Andy Houvouras

ALL-TIME ROSTER Harold McCloud Jack Morlock Harold Mosser Aldo Paletti Pugh Jule Rivlin Roger Tricot 1939-40 Coach Cam Henderson Elmer Bauld Danny Benda Yost Cunningham Harold McCloud Joe Morecraft Jack Morlock Aldo Paletti Jule Rivlin Jim Treacy Roger Tricott 1940-41 Coach Cam Henderson Danny Benda Frank Griffin Andy Houvouras Harold McCloud Joe Morecraft Eddie Straight Roger Tricott Harold Willey Jim Wilson 1941-42 Coach Cam Henderson Danny Bendo Jim Capehart Jackie Chapman Merv Gutshell Al Mazza Joe Morecraft Eddie Straight Harold Willey Jim Wilson 1942-43 Coach Cam Henderson Jimmy Capehart Jackie Chapman Dick Erickson Jim Glass Merv Gutshell Jim Hoover Gene James Al Mazza Joe Morecraft Rutherford 1943-44 Coach Cam Henderson Fred Altizer Don Brown Jim Bunton Captain Jim Glass Tom Lucas Haven May Alvin Morgan Sonny Morgan Bill Phillips Preacher Sasserman Elmer Todd Bill Toothman Jim Warne 1944-45 Coach Cam Henderson Frank Ballenger Dick Bias

Don Brown Cleveland Burgess Paul Defenbaugh Captain Jim Glass Bill Hall Freddie Harrison Charles Leftwich Jim Morris Wallace Nichols Bill Schriner Andy Tonkavich Captain Bill Toothman Ed Tusina Roger Wood

1947-48 Coach Cam Henderson Dick Erickson Gene James Jerry Katz Bob Koontz Ed Lambert Marion Newman Andy Tonkavich Bill Toothman Bob Wetzel Fred White Norman Willey Jim Wilson Bob Wright

1945-46 Coach Cam Henderson Dink Allen Don Brown Jim Campbell George Carter George Conley Bill Hall Ed Little Dick Maddox Harold Mosser Charles Pell Pete Petrone Baacher Reed Joe Rodak Andy Tonkavich Jim White Harold Willey

1948-49 Coach Cam Henderson Assistant Herb Royer Glen Cline Don Davis Dick Erickson Bob Koontz John Monnig Ivan Repass Bill Somerville Bob Stanfil Bill Toothman George White Jim White Norman Willey Bob Wright Carl York

1946-47 Coach Cam Henderson Fred Altizer Jim Bakalis Dick Erickson Mervin Gutshell Captain Bill Hall Gene James Ed Little Al Mazza Captain Andy Tonkavich Bill Toothman Jimmy Van Zant Bob Wright

1949-50 Coach Cam Henderson Joe Ambrose Ed Ball Millard Bowman Don Brown Glen Cline Jim Hatfield Sid King Bob Koontz Jim Lamb Ed Lambert Bruce McLin Ivan Repass

Hal Greer 1955-58 Huntington, W.V. (Douglas HS) • 1st African-American to play at a WV state college • Led MU in rebounding (1956-57, 1957-58) • Led MU in FG% (1955-56, 1956-57, 1957-58) • MU 17th all-time scoring (1,377) • MU 8th all-time rebounding (765) • MU 7th all-time FG% (54.5%) • Led MAC in FG% (1955-56, 61.5% & 1957-58, 48.9%) • Led MAC in FT% (1957-58, 83.3%) • All-MAC (1957-58) • NCAA 2nd in FG% (1955-56, 60.0%) • NCAA 5th in FG% (1957-58, 54.6%) • Retired #16 jersey • 2nd round draft pick Syracuse Nationals (1958) • 15-year NBA career with 21,586 points (19.2 career scoring average) • MVP 1968 NBA All-Star Game • Marshall Hall of Fame (1979) • Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame (1982)

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ALL-TIME ROSTER George Stone 1965-68 Covington, Ky. (Grant HS) • MU Scoring Leader 1965-66 (18.6 ppg), 1966-67 (24.4), 1967-68 (23.7) • MU Rebounding Leader 1965-66 (11.5 rpg) • MU 7th all-time scoring (1,695) • MU 10th all-time rebounding (746) • MU 5th all-time FGM (709) • MU 5th all-time FGA (1,565) • MU 5th all-time FT% (82.7%) • Scored 46 points vs Nebraska in 1967 NIT • All-NIT Team (1967) • All-MAC (1967) • 9th round draft pick NBA’s Los Angles Lakers (1968) • 4th round draft pick ABA’s Los Angles Stars Bill Somerville Bob Wenzel George White Captain Bob Wright Carl York 1950-51 Coach Cam Henderson Joe Ambrose Charles Bolden Don Brown Glen Cline John Griffith Jim Hatfield Sid King Bob Knootz Jim Lamb Ed Lambert Bob Lowe Bruce Mclin Marvin Meredith Herb Morris Walt Walowac 1951-52 Coach Cam Henderson Lewis Burns Glen Cline Frank Crum John Crum Jack Ferguson Ray Frazier Paul Hopper Sid King Jim Lamb Bob Lowe Nard Pergrem Walt Walowac 1952-53 Coach Cam Henderson Jim Barton Bob Bias Lewis Burns Frank Crum Jack Ferguson Ray Frazier Jerry Gillen Sid King George Lambros Herbie Morris Bunny Naum Dave Robinson Charlie Slack Walt Walowac Carl York

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1953-54 Coach Cam Henderson Bob Bradley Frank Crum Jerry Gillen Paul Hopper Bob Lowe Herbie Morris Dave Robinson Charlie Slack Walt Walowac 1954-55 Coach Cam Henderson Bob Ashley Lewis Burns Frank Crum Ray Frazier Paul Hopper Joe Hunnicutt Sonny Parkins Jerry Pierson Cebe Price Dave Robinson Charlie Slack Paul Underwood 1955-56 Coach Jule Rivlin Bob Ashley Dave Dingess Jack Freeman Hal Greer Joe Hunnicutt Dave Kirk John Mayfield Sonny Parkins Jerry Peirson Cebe Price Charlie Slack Paul Underwood 1956-57 Coach Jule Rivlin Sonny Allen Bob Ashley Leo Byrd Lee Canterbury John Derrow Dave Dingess Jack Freeman Hal Greer Dave Kirk John Mayfield Jerry Peirson Cebe Price Paul Underwood

1957-58 Coach Jule Rivlin Brooks Adkins Sonny Allen Leo Byrd Herm Comer John Derrow Jack Freeman Hal Greer Dick Hall Tim Hollandsworth Dick Jackson Ivan Mielke John Milhoan Sterling Miller

Dave Pugh Mickey Sydenstricker John Sword Willie Tucker Dick Wildt Larry Williams

1958-59 Coach Jule Rivlin Sonny Allen Leo Byrd John Derrow Charles Gordon Dick Hall Ivan Mielke John Milhoan Stanley Miller Bruce Moody Lou Mott Victor Quinet

1962-63 Coach Jule Rivlin Assistant Jack Freeman Bruce Belcher Phil Carter Paul Clark Tom Dennis Bill Francis Joe Heinz George Hicks Robert Kunis Forrest Newsome Edward Peltz Jerry Roy Walter Smittle Mickey Sydenstricker John Sword Larry Tincher Bill Treacy Willie Tucker Dick Wildt Larry Williams

1959-60 Coach Jule Rivlin Asst. Dr. Mike Josephs Asst. Sonny Allen Bob Burgess Herm Comer Jim Gallion Charles Gordon Ron Lambert John Milhoan Bruce Moody Charlie Moore Lou Mott Dave Pugh Harry Roberts Tex Williams

1963-64 Coach Ellis Johnson Assistant Sonny Allen Bruce Belcher Paul Clark Bill Francis George Hicks Tom Langfitt Levi Lauvray Forest Newsome Jim Odum Jerry Roy Walter Smittle Bill Treacy Willie Tucker Larry Williams

1960-61 Coach Jule Rivlin Asst. Dr. Mike Josephs Asst, Sony Allen Bob Burgess Phil Carter Steve Feola Jim Gallion Charlie Gordon Corky Layman Bruce Moody Charlie Moore Lou Mott Dave Pugh Harry Roberts Gene Slater Mickey Sydenstricker Dick Wildt Tex Williams 1961-62 Coach Jule Rivlin Asst. Dr. Mike Josephs Asst. Sonny Allen Bob Burgess Phil Carter Paul Clark Tom Dennis Jim Gallion

1964-65 Coach Ellis Johnson Assistant Sonny Allen Bruce Belcher Keith Blankenship Bill Francis George Hicks Jerome Katz Tom Langfitt Levi Lauvray James Madison James Odum Walter Smittle Bill Treacy William Whetshell 1965-66 Coach Ellis Johnson Assistant John Sword G.A. Bernie Coffman Bob Allen Keith Blankenship Joe Dawson George Hicks Jim Jordan Jerome Katz Tom Langfitt Bob Redd Orville Stepp George Stone William Whetshell 1966-67 Coach Ellis Johnson Assistant Stewart Way Bob Allen Park W. Beam Dallas Blankenship Keith Blankenship Jim Davidson Danny D’Antoni Joe Dawson James Jordan John Malett Bob Redd Orville Stepp George Stone George Watson

Russell Lee 1969-72 Boston, Mass. (Hyde Park HS) • MU 4th all-time scoring (1,815) • MU 5th all-time rebounding (863) • MU 4th all-time FGM (739) • MU 4th all-time FGA (1,643) • MU 9th all-time FTM (337) • MU 11th all-time FTA (473) • MU Led team in scoring 1969-70 (24.1 ppg), 1970-71 (25.3), 1971-72 (22.3) • MU Led team in rebounding 1970-71(12.4) • MU career scoring avg. leader (23.9 ppg) • Scored 40 points vs Morris Harvey (1970) • Scored 41 points vs Mississippi (1971) • Street and Smith’s College All-American (1971-72) • Basketball Weekly All-American (1971-72) • Converse All-American (1971-72) • MVP Portsmouth Invitational Tournament for College Seniors (1971-72) • All-Tournament team Aloha Classic for seniors (1971-72) • 1st round draft pick NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks NBA (1972) • 2nd round draft pick ABA’s Memphis Pros (1972)

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MARSHALL 1967-68 Coach Ellis Johnson Assistant Stewart Way Bob Allen Park W. Beam Dallas Blankenship Lewis Bowman Jim Davidson Danny D’Antoni Joe Dawson Bob Didur Ricky Hall James Jordan Phil Kazee John Mallett Robbie Munn Larry Osborne Bob Redd Orville Stepp George Stone

John Sark David Smith Ricky Turnbow

1968-69 Coach Ellis Johnson Assistant Stewart Way Assistant Larry McKenzie Dallas Blankenship Bernard Bradshaw Pat Brady Jim Davidson Danny D’Antoni Bob Didur Ricky Hall Blaine Henry Phil Kazee John Mallett Robbie Munn Larry Osborne Gary Pommerenck Dave Smith Joe Taylor Ricky Turnbow 1969-70 Coach Stewart Way Assistant Larry McKenzie Assistant Ed Starling Bill Bertalan Bernard Bradshaw Pat Brady Bob DePathy Bob Didur Ricky Hall Blaine Henry Phil Kazee Russell Lee Robbie Munn Larry Osborne Gary Pommerenck David Smith Joe Taylor Ricky Turnbow 1970-71 Coach Stewart Way Assistant Carl Tacy Grad. Assistant Pat Brady Bill Bertalan Tyrone Collins Willie Cox Mike D’Antoni Bob DePathy Barry Driscoll Blaine Henry Russell Lee Jim McKenzie Gary Orsini

1971-72 Coach Carl Tacy Assistant Bill Robinette G.A. Larry Williams Bill Bertalan Tyrone Collins Mike D’Antoni Barry Driscoll Andy Frederickson Greg Imperi Bill James Russell Lee Lyle Monroe Randy Noll Gary Orsini John Sark Jerry Strittholt Willie Wilcox 1972-73 Coach Bob Daniels Assistant Bill Robinette Assistant Stewart Way G.A. Mike Grebe G.A. Gerald Martin Frank Austin Eric Bachelor Tyrone Collins Mike D’Antoni Joe Hickman Kim Humphreys Greg Imperi Chuck Jackson Bill James Bill Mannefeld Dave Masteropaolo Lyle Monroe Randy Noll Wayne Smith 1973-74 Coach Bob Daniels Assistant Stewart Way Assistant Bill Robinette G.A. John Eaton G.A. Geral Martin Frank Austin Eric Bachelor Jack Battle Steve Dodd Tom Ferrell Joe Hickman Kim Humphreys Kenny Hurst Greg Imperi Chuck Jackson Bill Mannefeld Dave Masteropaolo Lyle Monoroe Phil Nicewarner Charlie Novak Pete Polo Dave Reavis Jack Savage Wayne Smith Earl Williams Steve Zemba 1974-75 Coach Bob Daniels Assistant Stewart Way Assistant Bill Robinette

ALL-TIME ROSTER G.A. C.J. Woolum G.A. Tom Ferrell Frank Austin Jack Battle Joe Hickman Kim Humphreys Kenny Hurst Mike Marz Dave Masteropaolo Tim Meadows Charlie Novak Pete Polo Jim Shivers Frank Steele Earl Williams Steve Zemba 1975-76 Coach Bob Daniels Assistant Stewart Way Assistant Bill Robinette G.A. C.J. Woolum G.A. Tom Ferrell Carlos “Bunny” Gibson Joe Hickman Kim Humphreys Kenny Hurst Mike Marz Tim Meadows David Miller Robert Moore Charlie Novak Pete Polo Jjm Shivers Joe Slack Steve Smith Frank Steele Earl Williams 1976-77 Coach Bob Daniels Assistant Bill Robinette Assistant Jim Simmons Assistant C.J Woolum G.A. Mike Holman Mike Anderson Pat Burtis Bunny Gibson Danny Hall Barry Hamlin Kenny Hurst Tom Liebig Harley Major Mike Marz Dave Miller Charlie Novak Ross Scaggs Greg Young 1977-78 Coach Stu Aberdeen Assoc. Bob Zuffelato Assistant C.J. Woolum P.T. Assistant Carr McCalla G.A. Dave Hoge Mike Anderson Pat Burtis Bill Deweese Bunny Gibson Ron Gilmore Danny Hall Barry Hamler Ken Labanowski Tom Liebig Harley Major Mike Marz

Mike D’Antoni 1970-73 Mullens, W.V. (Mullens HS) • MU 27th all-time scoring (1,227) • MU 2nd all-time assist (659) • MU 1st single season assists 1971-72 (241) • Led MU in assists 1970-71 (7.3), 1971-72 (8.9), 1972-73 (8.4) • Invited to 1972 Olympic Trials • Academic All-American (1972, 1973) • 2nd round draft pick NBA’s Buffalo Braves (1973) • 1st round draft pick ABA’s San Antonio Spurs (1973) • Two-time Italian League MVP • Italian League Coach of the Year 1992 • Head Coach of the New York Knicks, • Named NBA Coach of the Year in 2004-05 while with the Phoenix Suns • Named NBA Coach of the Year in 2004-05 while with the Phoenix Suns • Retired #10 jersey Charlie Novak Jeff Oplinger Greg White Greg Young 1978-79 Coach Stu Aberdeen Assoc. Bob Zuffelato Assistant C.J. Woolum Assistant Jim Kelly G.A. Greg Young Pat Burtis James Campbell Bunny Gibson Ron Gilmore Gary Hines Ken Labanowski Tom Liebig Jeff Oplinger Robert Price George Washington Larry Watson Greg White 1979-80 Coach Bob Zuffelato Assistant C.J. Woolum Assistant Jim Kelly Assistant Dereck Thomas S.A. Bunny Gibson Pat Burtis James Campbell Mike Fennell Ron Gilmore Gary Hines Charles Jones Barry Kincaid Ken Labanowski Jeff Oplinger Robert Price Art Vaughan George Washington Larry Watson Greg White 1980-81 Coach Bob Zuffelato Assistant C.J. Woolum Assistant Jim Kelly Assistant Stan Pilcher G.A. Rick Gullickson LaVerne Evans

Ron Gilmore Scott Haga Sam Henry Gary Hines Charles Jones Barry Kincaid Ken Labanowski Jeff Oplinger David Wade George Washington Larry Watson Greg White 1981-82 Coach Bob Zuffelato Assistant C.J. Woolum Assistant Jim Kelly Assistant Stan Pilcher G.A. Greg White Vol. Assistant Rick Gullickson Jeff Battle LaVerne Evans Scott Haga Sam Henry Gary Hines Charlie Jones Barry Kincaid James “Skeeter” Roberts Don Turney David Wade George Washington Larry Watson 1982-83 Coach Bob Zuffelato Assistant C.J. Woolum Assistant Jim Kelly Student Asst. Gary Hines S.A. George Washington G.A. Larry Watson John Amendola Jeff Battle Michael Dobson LaVerne Evans Sam Henry Charlie Jones Barry Kincaid Rod Nelson Jeff Richardson Skeeter Roberts Don Turney

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Skip Henderson 1984-88 Cartersville, Ga. (Cartersville HS) • MU 1st all-time scoring (2,574) • MU 6th all-time assists (470) • MU 1st all-time steals (208) • MU 1st all-time FGM (1,000) • MU 2nd all-time FGA (1,964) • MU 12th all-time FG% (50.9%) • MU 4th all-time FTM (441) • MU 4th all-time FTA (625) • MU 10th all-time 3pt FGM (133) • MU 12th all-time 3pt FGA (321) • MU 3rd all-time 3pt FG% (41.43%) • MU 1st points in a single season 804 (1987-88) • MU Led in scoring 1984-85 (17.7 ppg), 1985-86 (18.4), 1986-87 (21.0), 1987-88 (25.1) • MU Led in assists 1985-86 (4.2) • MU Led in steals 1985-86 (1.7), 1986-87 (1.5), 1987-88 (1.8) • 55 points vs The Citadel (3-4-88) • 44 points vs UT-Chattanooga (1-30-88) • 46 points vs University of Charleston (1-8-86) • SoCon - 1st career scoring (2,574) • SoCon Freshman of the Year 1985 • SoCon Player of the Year 1988 • SoCon First Team 1985-88 • SoCon Led in Scoring 1988 (25.1 ppg) • SoCon Led in FG% (55.3%) • NCAA - 9th in scoring 1987-88 (25.1 ppg) David Wade Sam Winley 1983-84 Coach Rick Huckabay Assistant Dan Bell Assistant Henry Dickerson Assistant John Lyles Student Assistant Barry Kincaid Student Assistant Charles Jones John Amendola Jeff Battle Michael Dobson Robert Eppes Sam Ervin LaVerne Evans Sam Henry Bruce Morris Rod Nelson Jeff Richardson Skeeter Roberts Don Turney David Wade Sam Winley 1984-85 Coach Rick Huckabay Assistant Dan Bell Assistant Henry Dickerson Assistant John Lyles John Amendola Jeff Battle Pete Brown Maurice Bryson Tom Curry Robert Eppes Sam Ervin Jeff Guthrie Skip Henderson

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Rodney Holden Bruce Morris Jeff Richardson Skeeter Roberts Martin Smith Kyle Taylor Don Turney 1985-86 Coach Rick Huckabay Assistant Dan Bell Assistant Henry Dickerson Assistant John Lyles Volunteer Assistant Randy Anderson G.A. Jeff Battle John Amendola Pete Brown Maurice Bryson Fred Callaway Tom Curry Jeff Guthrie Skip Henderson Rodney Holden John Humphrey Norman Ray Jeff Richardson Kevin Staples Kyle Taylor 1986-87 Coach Rick Huckabay Assistant Dan Bell Assistant Henry Dickerson Assistant John Lyles G.A. Robert Eppes G.A. Nolan Raines Tommy Boyd Pete Brown Maurice Bryson Tom Curry Brian Fish

Skip Henderson Rodney Holden John Humphrey Brian Jointer Dwayne Lewis Kevin Staples 1987-88 Coach Rick Huckabay Assistant Henry Dickerson Assistant John Lyles Assistant Keith Richard Assistant Nolan Raines G.A. Steve Hunt Tommy Boyd Pete Brown Maurice Bryson Tommy Cassity Andre Cunningham Tom Curry Brian Fish Skip Henderson Rodney Holden John Humphrey John Taft Marc Toler Andy Paul Williamson 1988-89 Coach Rick Huckabay Assistant Henry Dickerson Assistant John Lyles Assistant Keith Richard G.A. Steve Hunt Pete Brown Tommy Cassity Andre Cunningham Tim Dagostine Brian Fish John Humphrey Stan Maynard Robin Ogletree Omar Roland Jeff Sonhouse Gery Strickland John Taft Scott Williams Andy Paul Williamson 1989-90 Coach Dana Altman Assistant Dwight Freeman Assistant Bob Marlin Assistant Greg White G.A. Brian Fish Anthony Beagle Aaron Collie Andre Cunningham Tim Dagostine J.J. Eubanks Stan Maynard Jeff Petersen Tyrone Phillips Omar Roland Maurice Sanders Harold Simmons Jeff Sonhouse John Taft Scott Williams Andy Paul Williamson 1990-91 Coach Dwight Freeman Assistant Baker Neal Assistant Cleve Edwards Assistant Brian Fish

WE ARE... G.A. Donnie Jones Torrey Baker Shawn Brailsford Eric Clay Aaron Collie Wesley Cornish Andre Cunningham Chad Dawson Tommy McCarty Wade Neal Tyrone Phillips Harold Simmons John Taft Troy Taylor David Todd Brett Vincent 1991-92 Coach Dwight Freeman Assistant Baker Neal Assistant Cleve Edwards Assistant Brian Fish G.A. Donnie Jones Shawn Brailsford Eric Clay Wes Cornish Chad Dawson Luke Gross Malik Hightower Matt Houghton Fernando Ibanez Frank Martin Tommy McCarty Michael Peck Tyrone Phillips Harold Simmons Glen Staples Troy Taylor David Todd 1992-93 Coach Dwight Freeman Assistant Baker Neal Assistant Cleve Edwards Assistant Donnie Jones Shawn Brailsford Tink Brown Luke Gross Malik Hightower Fernando Ibanez Stuff Lynch Frank Martin Shawn Moore Chris Morrow Michael Peck Tyrone Phillips Harold Simmons Glen Staples 1993-94 Coach Dwight Freeman Assistant Baker Neal Assistant Eddie Vaughn Assistant Donnie Jones G.A. Harold Simmons Tink Brown Shawn Moore Frank Martin Michael Peck Curtis Raymond Stuff Lynch Glen Staples Doug Schieppe Shawn Brailsford Malik Hightower Wes Hardin Troy Gray

1994-95 Coach Billy Donovan Assistant John Pelphrey Assistant Anthony Grant Assistant Donnie Jones Tink Brown Troy Gray Malik Hightower Shawn Moore Michael Peck Curtis Raymond Doug Schieppe Thad Bonapart Chris Gray Jason Hammond 1995-96 Coach Billy Donovan Assistant John Pelphrey Assistant Anthony Grant Assistant Donnie Jones John Brannen John Brown Sidney Coles Chris Gray Carlton King Frank Lee Refiloe Lethunya Keith Veney Jason Williams Chad Berry 1996-97 Coach Greg White Assistant Gregg Marshall Assistant Steve Snell Assistant Bryan Poore G.A. Mark Downey John Brannen John Brown Eric Carpenter Sidney Coles Brian Faulkiner Chris Gray Jesse Jett Carlton King Frank Lee VonDale Morton Keith Veney Derrick Wright 1997-98 Coach Greg White Assistant Gregg Marshall Assistant Steve Snell Assistant Bryan Poore G.A. Mark Downey Joda Burgess Vince Carafelli Deon Dobbs Brian Faulknier Chris Gray Jesse Jett Carlton King Derrick Knox Terrell McKelvy VonDale Morton Nate Poole Josh Pray Derric Wright Travis Young 1998-99 Coach Greg White Assistant Jeff Burkhamer

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MARSHALL Assistant Steve Snell Assistant Bryan Poore G.A. Charlie Hagley Marcus Berry Joda Burgess Vince Carafelli Deon Dobbs Brian Faulknier Cornelius Jackson Edwin Johnson Carlton King Terrell McKelvy VonDale Morton Josh Perkey Tamar Slay J.R. VanHoose Derrick Wright Travis Young 1999-00 Coach Greg White Assistant Steve Snell Assistant Jeff Burkhamer Assistant Jeff Boals G.A. Charlie Hagley G.A. Matt Kerns G.A. Todd Baxter Jon Bentley Joda Burgess Deon Dobbs Marques Evans Brian Faulknier Cornelius Jackson Edwin Johnson Josh Perkey Tamar Slay J.R. VanHoose Derrick Wright Monty Wright Sean Wuller Travis Young 2000-01 Coach Greg White Assistant Steve Snell Assistant Jeff Burkhamer Assistant Jeff Boals G.A. Todd Baxter G.A. Travis Priddy Ardo Armpalu Enoch Bunch Joda Burgess William Butler Joe Dressel Marques Evans Cornelius Jackson Jason Pyles Tamar Slay J.R. VanHoose Latece WIlliams Monty Wright Sean Wuller Travis Young 2001-2002 Coach Greg White Assistant Jeff Burkhamer Assistant Jeff Boals Assistant Kevin Keatts G.A. J. Reymond G.A. Grant Farmer David Anderson Keith Archie Ardo Armpalu Ronald Blackshear Enoch Bunch

William Butler Ronny Dawn Joe Dressel Frank Simpson Tamar Slay J.R. VanHoose Latece WIlliams Richard Wilson Monty Wright 2002-03 Coach Greg White Assistant Jeff Boals Assistant Kevin Keatts Assistant Charlie Hagley G.A. Phillip Fields G.A. Steven Ater G.A. Bryan Czapor David Anderson Ardo Armpalu Serge Babo Marvin Black Ronald Blackshear Enoch Bunch LaVar Carter Ronny Dawn Renardo Dixon Joe Dressel A.W. Hamilton Chad McComas Mark Patton Monty Wright 2003-04 Coach Ron Jirsa Assistant Bob MacKinnon Assistant Josh Postorino Assistant Aki Collins Director of Operations Micah Shrewsberry G.A. Nate Stewart David Anderson Ardo Armpalu Marvin Black Enoch Bunch LaVar Carter Ronny Dawn A.W. Hamilton Taurean Marshall Mark Patton Eric Smith Jon Ward Tre Whitted Adam Zimmerman 2004-05 Coach Ron Jirsa Assistant Bob MacKinnon Assistant Josh Postorino Assistant Aki Collins Director of Operations Micah Shrewsberry G.A. Nate Stewart David Anderson Enoch Bunch LaVar Carter Ronny Dawn A.W. Hamilton Ryan Lamb Taurean Marshall Joe Miles Jesse Oglesby Collins Okafor Mark Patton Jon Ward Tre Whitted

ALL-TIME ROSTER Casey Wohlleb Adam Zimmerman 2005-06 Coach Ron Jirsa Assistant Bob MacKinnon Assistant Josh Postorino Assistant Aki Collins Director of Operations Kyle Getter G.A. A.W. Hamilton G.A. Dan Helm Travis Aikens Jean Francois Bro Grebe LaVar Carter Mark Dorris Markel Humphrey Ryan Lamb Joe Miles Jesse Oglesby Mark Patton Chris Ross Tre Whitted Mason Wooldridge Adam Zimmerman 2006-07 Coach Ron Jirsa Assistant Bob MacKinnon Assistant Josh Postorino Assistant Kenny Blakeney Director of Operations Kyle Getter G.A. Mark Hinkey Travis Aikens Jean Francois Bro Grebe Mark Dorris Markel Humphrey Robbie Jackson Taurean Marshall Darryl Merthie Jesse Oglesby Chris Ross Tre Whitted Tyler Wilkerson Adam Williams Chris Williams 2007-08 Coach Donnie Jones Assistant Shawn Finney Assistant Darren Tillis Assistant Brett Nelson Dir. of Ops Tim Thomas G.A. Arkell Bruce G.A. Mike Falco G.A. Travis Persinger Pierre-Marie Altidor Cespedes Tirrell Baines Jean Francois Bro Grebe Mark Dorris Markel Humphrey Robbie Jackson Taurean Marshall Darryl Merthie Jesse Oglesby Bruce Senior Matt Walls Tyler Wilkerson Adam Williams

John Taft 1988-91 Huntsville, Ala. (Huntsville HS) • MU 2nd all-time scoring (2,332) • MU 11th all-time assists (281) • MU 9th all-time steals (133) • MU 2nd all-time FGM (811) • MU 3rd all-time FGA (1,704) • MU 1st all-time FTM (525) • MU 1st all-time FTA (734) • MU 5th all-time 3pt FGM (185) • MU 7th all-time 3pt FGA (463) • MU 5th all-time 3pt FG% (40.0%) • MU led in scoring 1988-89 (26.0 ppg), 1989-90 (23.4), 1990-91 (27.3) • MU led in rebounding 1990-91 (6.9) • Scored 40 points vs University of District of Columbia (1-21-91) • 43 points vs East Tenn. State (2-23-91) • 42 points vs South Alabama (11-30-90) • SoCon Player of the Year 1989, 1990 • SoCon First Team 1989-1991 • SoCon Tournament MVP 1989 • SoCon Led in scoring 1989 (26.0 ppg), 1990 (23.4), 1991 (27.3) • SoCon - 5th all-time scoring (2,332) • NCAA - 8th in scoring 1988-89 (26.0) • NCAA - 8th in scoring 1990-91 (27.3) • WV 1990 Amateur Athlete of the Year • Retired No. 22 in senior year 2008-09 Coach Donnie Jones Assistant Shawn Finney Assistant Darren Tillis Assistant Brett Nelson Dir. of Ops Tim Thomas G.A. Chris Capko G.A. Andrew Garcia Tirrell Baines Markel Humphrey Shaquille Johnson Chris Lutz Darryl Merthie Cam Miller Dago Pena Damier Pitts Octavius Spann Kore White Tyler Wilkerson Adam Williams 2009-10 Coach Donnie Jones Assistant Shawn Finney Assistant Darren Tillis Assistant Brett Nelson Dir. of Ops Tim Thomas G.A. Andrew Garcia G.A. Kenyon Weaks G.A. Adam Williams Tirrell Baines Eladio Espinosa Noah Fischer Antonio Haymon Bobby Horodyski Shaquille Johnson Chris Lutz Darryl Merthie Cam Miller Dago Pena Damier Pitts

Nigel Spikes Hassan Whiteside Tyler Wilkerson 2010-11 Coach Tom Herrion Assistant Bill Barton Assistant Dino Presley Assistant Mark Cline Dir. of Ops Mike Brown G.A. John Janovsky G.A. Josh King G.A. Adam Simmons Johnny Thomas Damier Pitts Johnny Higgins Eladio Espinosa Dago Pena Nigel Spikes Xavier Humphrey Noah Fischer Orlando Allen Shaquille Johnson DeAndre Kane Aundra Williams Tirrell Baines Justin Howe

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MIKE D’ANTONI (1970-73)

• Ranks among Marshall’s top all-time scorers (1,227 points) • Ranks second on Marshall career assist chart (659 rebounds) • Invited to 1972 Olympic Trials • Academic All-American (1972, 1973) • 2nd round draft pick NBA’s Buffalo Braves (1973) • 1st round draft pick ABA’s San Antonio Spurs (1973) • Two-time Italian League MVP • Italian League Coach of the Year 1992 • Head Coach of the New York Knicks • 2005 NBA Coach of the Year (Phoenix Suns)

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HAL GREER (1955-58)

• Ranks among Marshall’s top alltime scorers (1,377 points) • Ranks eighth on Marshall career rebounding chart (765 rebounds) • Inducted into Marshall Athletic Hall of Fame in 1979 • Played 15 years in the NBA for the Syracuse Nationals and the Philadelphia 76ers • MVP of the 1967 NBA All-Star game • Inducted into Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in 1982 • Named one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History in 1996

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CHARLIE SLACK (1952-56)

• All-time leading rebounder in Marshall history (1,916) • NCAA record 25.6 rebounds per game in 1954-55 season • All-time leading rebounder in MAC history (1,524) • Marshall and MAC single-game record for rebounds (43) • NBA Draft pick Ft. Wayne Pistons (1956

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WALT WALOWAC (1950-54)

• Third all-time leading scorer (1,982 points) at Marshall • All Ohio-Valley Conference in 1952 • Helms Athletic Foundation AllAmerican, 1952-54 • Inducted into Sports Writers Hall of Fame in 1981

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JOHN TAFT (1987-91)

• Second all-time leading scorer in Marshall history (2,332 points) • Two-time Southern Conference Player-of-the-Year (1989 & 90) • All-Southern Conference three years (1988-91) • Led SoCon in scoring three consecutive years • MVP of 1989 Southern Conference Tournament • 1990 West Virginia Amateur Athlete-of-the-Year

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LEO BYRD (1956-59)

• Ranks eighth on Marshall’s alltime scoring chart (1,696 points) • Ranks third all-time at Marshall in single-season scoring (704 points in 1959) • Two-time All-Mid American Conference (1958-59) • Consensus All-American in 1958 • Inducted into Marshall Athletic Hall of Fame in 1971

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RUSSELL LEE (1969-72)

• Fourth all-time leading scorer in MU history (1,815), fifth in rebounding (863) • Fourth in both field goals made (739) and attempted (1,643); 9th in all-time free throws made (337) and 11th all-time free-throw attempts (473). • Thundering Herd’s leading scorer in 1969-70 (24.1 ppg), 1970-71 (25.3) and 1971-72 (22.3) • Led team in rebounding 1970-71 (12.4 rpg) • MU’s all-time career scoring average leader (23.9 ppg)

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MARSHALL MARSHALL HALL OF FAME 1984 FOOTBALL INDUCTEES Bob Adkins ________________________________________ 1939 Jime Cure _________________________________________ 1964 Tommy Good ______________________________________ 1965 Coach Cam Henderson____________________________ 1933-55 Jackie Hunt ________________________________________ 1941 Reggie Oliver ______________________________________ 1973 Jim Pearcy _________________________________________ 1941 Tom Stark _________________________________________ 1927 John Zontini _______________________________________ 1933

1990 ALL SPORTS George Ayersman, Basketball/Baseball __________________ 1938 Danny Clark, Football ________________________________ 1949 Danny D’Antoni, Basketball ___________________________ 1969 Coach Dorothy Hicks, Administrator ________________________ Wilson Lathan, Football ______________________________ 1960 George Queen, Football/Basketball_____________________ 1925 Ted Shoebridge, Football _____________________________ 1970 Bill Winter, Football __________________________________ 1964 1970 Crash Victims _______________________________Honored

1985 BASKETBALL INDUCTEES Leo Byrd __________________________________________ 1959 Hal Greer __________________________________________ 1958 Bill Hall ___________________________________________ 1947 Gene James________________________________________ 1947 Russell Lee ________________________________________ 1972 Jule Rivlin _________________________________________ 1938 Charlie Slack _______________________________________ 1956 Andy Tonkovich ____________________________________ 1948 Bill Toothman ______________________________________ 1946 Walt Walowac ______________________________________ 1954 Coach & AD Whitey Wilson_________________________ 1951-67

1991 ALL SPORTS Boot Elkins, Football _________________________________ 1939 Carl Fodor, Football _________________________________ 1985 Linden Meade, Golf _________________________________ 1959 Joe Sassler, Track ____________________________________ 1982

1985 FOOTBALL INDUCTEES Sam Clagg _________________________________________ 1942 Red Crist __________________________________________ 1926 Fuzzy Filliez ________________________________________ 1976 Frank Gatski _______________________________________ 1942 Don Gibson ________________________________________ 1949 Ramey Hunter ______________________________________ 1932 Mickey Jackson _____________________________________ 1966 Buck Jamison ______________________________________ 1937 Albie Maier ________________________________________ 1954 Jack Morlock _______________________________________ 1939 Herb Royer ________________________________________ 1937 Bill Smith __________________________________________ 1937 Coach Roy Straight _______________________________ 1937-49 1986 BASKETBALL INDUCTEES Yost Cunningham ___________________________________ 1940 Mervin Gutshall ____________________________________ 1947 Bob Koontz ________________________________________ 1950 Tom Langfit ________________________________________ 1966 John Milhoan ______________________________________ 1960 Cebe Price _________________________________________ 1957 Paul Underwood____________________________________ 1957 John Watson _______________________________________ 1930 Lew Wilcox ________________________________________ 1938 1986 ALL SPORTS Nancy Bunton, Golf _________________________________ 1978 Pete Byer, Golf______________________________________ 1962 Beverly Duckwyler, Basketball _________________________ 1972 Ray McCoy, Track ___________________________________ 1932 Ed Prelaz, Trainer_________________________________ 1954-68 Charlie Snyder, Football ______________________________ 1947 Ed Ulinski, Football __________________________________ 1941 Marv Wetzel, Football ________________________________ 1949 1987 ALL SPORTS Larry Coyer, Football/Wrestling ________________________ 1964 Andy D’Antoni, Football ______________________________ 1941 Jack Freeman, Golf/Basketball _________________________ 1958 Doug Greenlee, Basketball/Track _______________________ 1933 Howie Miller, Football________________________________ 1965 Jim Swierezek, Football ______________________________ 1954 Wayne Underwood, Football __________________________ 1937 George Washington, Basketball ________________________ 1982 1988 ALL SPORTS Brenda Dennis, Basketball ____________________________ 1975 Chuck Fieldson, Football _____________________________ 1949 Len Hellyer, Football _________________________________ 1956 Hunter Kincaid, Football/Basketball ____________________ 1935 Jackie McKown, Basketball/Baseball ____________________ 1928 Bob Redd, Basketball ________________________________ 1968 Glenn Verbage, Baseball______________________________ 1971 John Wellman, Manager______________________________ 1947 1989 ALL SPORTS Bunny Gibson, Basketball_____________________________ 1979 Jeff Montgomery, Baseball____________________________ 1983 Randy Noll, Basketball _______________________________ 1973 Harold Payne, Golf __________________________________ 1977 John Stephens, Football ______________________________ 1937 Rucker Wickline, Football _____________________________ 1961

1992 ALL SPORTS Bill Cyrus, Wrestling _________________________________ 1962 Karen Pelphrey, Basketball ____________________________ 1986 Coach Ed Starling, Administrator ____________________ 1969-87 1993 ALL SPORTS Donzil Hall, Baseball _________________________________ 1958 Deanna Carter Natale, Track & Field/Basketball ___________ 1982 Earl Wellman, Football/Baseball________________________ 1935 Greg White, Basketball _______________________________ 1981 1994 ALL SPORTS Mike Barber, Football ________________________________ 1988 Coach Jack Cook, Baseball _________________________ 1949-68 Jack Mahone, Football _______________________________ 1964 Tony Petersen, Football ______________________________ 1988 Bob Saunders, Swim Coach ________________________ 1966-88 Jim Ward, Golf ______________________________________ 1962 Andy Zulauf, Soccer _________________________________ 1985 1995 ALL SPORTS John Gregory, Football _______________________________ 1990 Paul Holley, Baseball _________________________________ 1969 Carl Lee, Football ___________________________________ 1982 Jose Ricard, Doctor _________________________________ 19831996 ALL SPORTS Sonny Allen, Basketball ______________________________ 1959 Lefty Belcher, Baseball _______________________________ 1934 Brian Ihnen, Swimming ______________________________ 1982 Tammy Wiggins, Basketball ___________________________ 1987 1997 ALL SPORTS Mike D’Antoni, Basketball_____________________________ 1972 Millard Fleming, Football _____________________________ 1961 Jaki Copeland Good, Volleyball ________________________ 1985 Claude Miller, Football _______________________________ 1949 Todd Sager, Baseball_________________________________ 1984 1998 ALL SPORTS Chip Cook, Baseball _________________________________ 1985 Bob Hartley, Football ________________________________ 1949 Coach Donna Lawson, Basketball ___________________ 1969-81 1999 ALL SPORTS Tammie Green, Golf _________________________________ 1982 Ralph May, Football/Wrestling _________________________ 1962 Michael Payton, Football _____________________________ 1992 Bobby Pruett, Football/Wrestling/Track_____________________ 1965 Greg Rowsey, Baseball _______________________________ 1978 George Stone, Basketball _____________________________ 1968 2000 ALL SPORTS Sean Doctor, Football ________________________________ 1988 Joe Feaganes, Golf __________________________________ 1966 Chris Parker, Football ________________________________ 1995 2001 ALL SPORTS Greg Hill, Baseball ___________________________________ 1983 Gary Rusnak, Golf ___________________________________ 1985 Dick Shepard, Golf __________________________________ 1966 Dana St. Claire, Swimming ____________________________ 1978 Tex Williams, Baseball/Basketball_______________________ 1961 2002 ALL SPORTS Troy Brown, Football_________________________________ 1992 Reggie Giles, Football/Basketball/Track __________________ 1988 Lea Ann Parsley, Basketball/Track ______________________ 1990 Jim Roberts, Football ________________________________ 1940 Harry “Cy” Young, Baseball/Football/Track ___________________ 1912

2003 ALL SPORTS Bob Allen, Basketball ________________________________ 1968 Boyd Chambers, Basketball/Football/Coach/AD ____ 2001 LaVerne Evans, Basketball ____________________________ 1984 Linda Holmes, Admin./Volleyball/Badminton _____ 1974 Roger Jefferson, Football/Wrestling ____________________ 1963 Joe Johns, Track & Field ______________________________ 1979 Tracy Krueger, Basketball _____________________________ 1993 Dave Robinson, Baseball/Basketball ____________________ 1955 John Taft, Basketball _________________________________ 1991 Mark Taylor, Soccer __________________________________ 1990 Norm Willey, Football/Basketball _______________________ 1949 2004 ALL SPORTS Bill Archer, Wrestling_________________________________ 1971 Kristina Behnfeldt, Basketball _________________________ 1999 Bob Burgess, Basketball ______________________________ 1990 Scott Davis, Golf ____________________________________ 1978 Linda Holmes, Administrator __________________________ 1984 Roger Johnson, Football _____________________________ 1994 Brad Workman, Football/Baseball ______________________ 1919 2005 ALL SPORTS Pat Carter, Golf ____________________________________ B.J. Cohen, Football ________________________________ Christy Waring Hayes, Softball ________________________ Harold McLoud,Basketball ___________________________ Shaun McWhorter, Track ____________________________

1990 1997 1998 1941 1984

2006 ALL SPORTS Bill Craig, Baseball__________________________________ 1935 Charles “Chuck” Henry, Football_______________________ 1974 Rick Huckabay, Basketball _________________________ 1983-89 Arnold “Scott” Jackson, Soccer ________________________ 1984 Judy Southard, Women’s Basketball/ Adminstrator____________________________________ 1981-92 2007 ALL SPORTS Mike Bartrum, Football/Baseball ______________________ Ron Darby, Football ________________________________ Aaron Ferguson, Football/Baseball ____________________ Rodney Holden, Basketball __________________________ Frank Huffman, Football_____________________________ Mike Kaufman, Baseball/Football _____________________ Billy Lyon, Football _________________________________ John Taft, Basketball ________________________________

1996 1989 1996 1988 1938 1975 1996 1991

2008 ALL SPORTS Byron Carmichael, Soccer____________________________ Jim Donnan, Football Coach _________________________ William C. “Bill” Harris, Wrestling/Baseball _______________ Tom Kies, Golf _____________________________________ Anna Mitina, Tennis ________________________________ Phil Ratliff, Football _________________________________ J.R. VanHoose, Basketball ____________________________

2002 1995 1956 1988 2002 1992 2002

2009 ALL SPORTS Rogers Beckett, Football ____________________________ Todd Donnan, Football______________________________ Dick Hunter, Baseball/Football________________________ Dave Kline, Cross Country/Track ______________________ Tara Lee, Track and Field _____________________________ Larry McCloud, Football _____________________________ Rod O’Connell, M&W Cross Country/Track Coach_________ Andy Socha, Football _______________________________ John Wade, Football ________________________________

1999 1994 1938 1979 1999 1997 1985 1966 1997

2010 ALL SPORTS Jim Canterberry, Cross Country/Track __________________ Doug Chapman, Football ____________________________ Jim Davidson, Men’s Basketball _______________________ John Grace, Football ________________________________ Mike Horan, Baseball _______________________________ Jessica Johnson, Women’s Tennis _____________________ Ashley Kroh, Women’s Tennis _________________________ Brad Puryear, Men’s Soccer___________________________ Bob Wright, Men’s Basketball/Football _________________

1954 1999 1969 1999 1977 2004 2005 1985 1950

2011 ALL SPORTS Jonathan Clark, Golf ________________________________ John Dotson, Cross Country and Track _________________ Taly Goode, Soccer _________________________________ Roy Hawley, Director of Athletics______________________ Ken Labanowski, Basketball __________________________ Sam Manos, Football _______________________________ Tim Martin, Football ________________________________ Dr. Robin Vealey, Basketball __________________________ Dan Wells, Football _________________________________

1996 1981 2000 1935 1981 1986 1996 1976 1978

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