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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball 2011-12 Quick Facts University Information Location Founded Enrollment Nickname School Colors Home Court Seating Capacity Affiliation Conference President Athletics Director Administrative Assistant Athletic Dept. Phone Twitter Facebook

Mobile, AL 1961 1,798 Rams and Lady Rams Maroon & White H. Austill Pharr Gymnasium 977 NAIA Southern States Athletic Dr. Mark Foley Joe Niland Sally Shouppe 251-442-2278 MobileRams University of Mobile Rams

Coaching Staff Head Coach Office Phone Years At UM Record At UM Overall Record Assistant Coach Office Phone Years At UM

Athletic Training Staff Athletic Trainer Office Phone Assistant Athletic Trainer Office Phone

Team History

First Year Of Basketball All-Time Record NAIA Tournament Appearances/Last

Media Outlets

Mobile Press-Register Call News

Melissa Thomas 251-442-2561 Courtney Jones 251-442-2361 1986-87 560-270 9/2008

Rick Cauley 251-679-5975

WKRG-CBS-5 Sports

Randy Patrick 251-662-3003

WPMI NBC-15 Sports

WNSP 105.5 FM Sports

Team Information

2010-11 Overall Record Conference Record Final Ranking Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning/Lost

Key Returners

Matthew Turner C Spencer Duke PG Ji Kimbrough G Brock Dockery F

Key Losses

Donte Walker G

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Barry H. Hendrix 251-866-5998

Tri-City Review

Fox 10 Sports Joe Niland 251-442-2288 13th 246-142 373-202 Shaddrick Jenkins 251-442-2399 5th

Randy Kennedy 251-219-5689

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Lance Crawford Clement Townsend 251-602-1557 Rob Lehocky Joe Emer 251-434-1065 Lee Shirvanian 251-438-5460 15-14 8-4 N/A 7/5 4/1 8.1 ppg, 5.0 rpg 141 Pts, 66 A 14.0 ppg, 38 spg 9.0 ppg, 6.4 rpg 14.9 ppg, 5.4 rpg 2011 NAIA All-American


University of Mobile Men’s Basketball UMobile Staff

Michael Berry Women’s Basketball

Amber Campbell Volleyball

Jon Campbell Volleyball

BJ Darawich Softball

Maggie Doggett Cheerleading

Ebonie Ferguson Women’s Basketball

Matthew Hicks Sports Information

Terry Hopper Women’s Golf

Mike Jacobs Baseball

Shaddrick Jenkins Men’s Basketball

Courtney Jones Athletic Training

Kevin Laux Women’s Soccer

Terri McCormick Softball

Joe Niland Men’s Basketball

Colby Odom Golf

Roy Patton Men’s Soccer

Brian Person Women’s Soccer

Jon Seymour Baseball

Administrative Assistant

Sally Shouppe

Alastair Stevenson Cross Country

Melissa Thomas Athletic Training

Uwe Tittl Tennis

Michael Watkins Baseball

Daniel Whelan Men’s Soccer

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball UMobile Administration Dr. Mark Foley has served as president of the University of Mobile since 1998 and is the third president of the university since its founding in 1961. During more than a decade of leadership, Dr. Foley has led the move to intentionally integrate faith and learning in all areas of university life, while raising academic standards, building new residence halls, establishing outstanding programs such as the Center for Performing Arts, and earning the private Christian university national rankings. His emphasis on the core values of faith, learning and leadership has extended to all operations of the university, from the classroom to the administrative offices. With these core values in place, the university is committed to graduating confident Christian men and women who have mastered the body of knowledge required by the degree they hold; who know how to think; who know what they believe and why they believe it; who possess the courage to live and work according to those beliefs; who accept responsibility as caretakers of that with which God has entrusted them; and who possess the willingness and skill to use their influence in appropriate and effective ways to change the world around them. Dr. Foley is a member of the Executive Committee of the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, a past chairman of the Alabama Association of Independent Colleges and Schools, and a member of the Board of Directors of Victory Health Partners and Volunteers of America, Southeast, Inc. Previously, Dr. Foley was executive vice president of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He holds a bachelor of business administration from Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas; and a master of divinity and a doctor of philosophy in psychology and counseling from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He is an ordained minister, a former business owner, and has practiced as a professional counselor. His wife, Marilyn, is involved in many university activities. She holds a bachelor of science in education from Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas, and is a former classroom educator. The Foleys have two children and two granddaughters. Their daughter, Molly, is married to Doug Sawyer, an accountant in Georgia, and they have two daughters, Avery and Abby. Their son, Rob, and his wife, Leah, reside in Colorado. Rob is on the staff of Denver Theological Seminary and Leah is a registered nurse.

Vice Presidents

Dr. Audrey Eubanks Vice President Academic Affairs

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Mr. Steve Lee Vice President Business Affairs

Mrs. Kim Leousis Vice President Enrollment Management

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Mr. Brian Boyle Vice President Institutional Advancement


University of Mobile Men’s Basketball SSAC Auburn-Montgomery

Belhaven University

Brenau University

Brewton-Parker

Emmanuel College

Faulkner University

Lee University

Loyola University

Shorter University

Southern Poly

Southern Wesleyan

Spring Hill College

Truett McConnell

University of Mobile

William Carey

Aim of the SSAC - To promote the development of athletics as an integral part of the educational offerings of member institutions by means of democratic participation at the conference level. This aim shall be accomplished by means of the functioning of committees composed of representatives of those institutions which subscribe to and support athletic programs that shall culminate in truly democratic conference championship competition. The SSAC seeks membership only from accredited institutions that support this aim. The primary criteria for selection and encouragement of membership shall be educational emphasis.

SSAC Teams In Final NAIA Top-25 Women’s Tennis (8) Men’s Tennis (4) Softball (6) Baseball (6) Women’s Basketball (5) Men’s Basketball (4) Volleyball (1)

Women’s Soccer (5) Men’s Soccer (4) Men’s Cross Country (1) Women’s Cross Country (2) Men’s Golf (3) Women’s Golf (4)

Facebook: SouthernStates Twitter: @ssacsports

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball NAIA

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball UMobile Coaches Joe Niland Coach Joe Niland has been the head man at Mobile for 12 seasons. Not a stranger to success, Niland has posted 10 20-win seasons and recorded his first 30-win season during the 2004-05 season when he guided the Mobile Rams to a 30-6 record. He guided the Rams to back-to-back Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament titles in 2003-04 and 2004-05. In 12 full seasons as head basketball coach at the University of Mobile, Niland’s teams have posted a 246-142 record overall and a 119-69 mark in GCAC play. His 1999-2000 squad went 24-10, earning a trip to the NAIA National Tournament. In all, Niland has guided the Rams to five NAIA National Tournament appearances in nine seasons, two Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament championships, and back-to-back Gulf Coast Athletic Conference regular season co-championships in 2003-04 and 2004-05. His 2001-02 team posted the program’s first win versus a NCAA Div. I opponent, when the Rams upset defending SWAC Champion Alabama State 65-61, and in 2009-10 the Rams beat Louisiana-Lafayette 68-64. Niland also serves as the Athletic Director at the University of Mobile, overseeing 13 athletics programs that constantly rate at the top of the NAIA. Before his time at Mobile, Niland led Spring Hill College to the NAIA National Tournament on two separate occasions, both in the 1993-94 season and again during 1998-99 season. During his tenure at Spring Hill, the Badgers compiled a 127-60 (.679) overall record and a 75-29 (.721) mark in the GCAC. Niland’s 127 wins are the most in SHC history. The Niland family has a history of success in athletics. His father, the late Joe Sr., coached at Canisius College in Buffalo, NY from 1947-54 and was also the Director of College Scouting for the Buffalo Braves of the NBA. Niland’s younger brother, Dave, is head basketball coach at Penn State-Behrend College in Erie, PA and his late uncle, Tom Niland, coached at LeMoyne College in Syracuse, NY from 1947-1972 and served as the school’s athletic director for 45 years, retiring in 1992. Also, Michigan’s head basketball coach, John Beilein, who took the University of West Virginia to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament in 2004-05, is Niland’s Spring Hill College University of Mobile first cousin. Year Overall GCAC Year Overall Conf. 1993-94 22-10 13-3*+ 1999-00 24-10 15-3+ Prior to coming to Mobile and taking his first 1994-95 21-8 11-5 2000-01 15-15 7-9 head coaching job at Spring Hill College, Niland 1995-96 21-10 14-4 2001-02 18-15 8-8 spent three seasons as an assistant at Florida 1996-97 16-15 10-8 2002-03 19-13 8-8 Southern College where the Mocs posted a 73-20 1997-98 22-9 13-5 2003-04 29-10 13-5*+ overall record, winning two Sunshine State 1998-99 25-8 14-4*+ 2004-05 30-6 16-2*+ Conference titles and earning two NCAA 6 yrs 127-60 75-29 2005-06 22-8 11-3+ Division II National Tournament berths. 2006-07 19-14 10-8 2007-08 22-10 15-3+ Totals: 373-202 / 196-90 From 1988-90, Niland served as an assistant at 2008-09 16-16 6-12 the University of Tampa. The Spartans also won + denotes NAIA Tournament App. 2009-10 17-11 10-8 two Sunshine State Conference titles while twice * denotes GCAC Championship 2010-11 15-14 8-4 appearing in the NCAA Division II Tournament. 12 yrs 246-142 127-73 The 1988-89 Tampa team finished ranked No. 1 in the final regular-season poll. In addition to his coaching duties, Niland also served as the dean of students at Spring Hill College from 1995 to 1997. As dean of students, Niland was responsible for the division of Student Life which oversaw the departments of Residence Life, Athletics, Health Services, Student Activities, Greek Life and Intramurals. Niland also served on the President’s Cabinet. Niland lends his coaching expertise outside of Pharr Gymnasium as he is active in the CYO (Catholic Youth Organization) working with the youth teams at his church, St. Dominic’s. He also coaches various AAU and youth teams. In the summer of 2008, Niland was selected as a court coach for the 2008 USA Men’s U18 National Team Trials. Niland lives in west Mobile with his wife, Ellen, and their four children: A.J., Katelin, Jake, and Patrick.

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball UMobile Coaches Shaddrick Jenkins Shaddrick Jenkins has served four seasons as the assistant coach for the University of Mobile basketball team after five years in the same capacity at Coffeyville Community College and a successful playing career in the collegiate ranks. In his five years at Coffeyville under Jay Herkelman, Jenkins helped coach the team to four NJCAA national tournament appearances. In 2007, the squad earned a trip to the Final Four and finished ranked 3rd in the nation. Prior to his coaching career, Jenkins played two years each for Coffeyville (95-97) and the University of South Florida (97-99). He earned Freshman of the Year honors at Coffeyville and averaged 19.5 points per game in his second season. In his first season at Conference USA member South Florida, Jenkins led the team in practically every major category but scoring, while ranking among the conference leaders in steals. Jenkins earned a bachelor of science in social science while in school and played professional basketball for 1 season in Mexico, before coaching.

Willie Burns Jr. Willie Burns Jr. begins his second season as an assistant coach for the Rams. He brings with him more than 22 years of teaching and coaching experience after serving as the Head Varsity Boys Basketball Coach at Rain, Blount, Vigor, Citronelle and Williamson. Burns led Blount to five 5A Area Championships and Vigor to a 6A Area Championship in 2006. He was named Mobile Press-Register and Mobile Optimist Club Coach of the Year in 1994 and 2009. Burns graduated from Stillman College with a degree in physical education and resides in Mobile with his wife, Chelice, and their three children and two grandchildren: Thaddeus, Chelsea, Montraze, Vera and Landen.

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Rene Antee

Championship game.

Rene Antee begins his second season as an assistant coach for the Rams after a brilliant playing career at Mobile. Antee played for the Rams from 199700 and was named NAIA AllAmerican in 1999 and 2000. He was named All-Conference each year and named GCAC Freshman of the Year in 1997. In 1999, the Rams advanced to the NAIA National

After graduating from Mobile, Antee continued his playing career overseas, playing for Horsens IC (DEN) of Basketligaen 2006-07. He averaged 17.6 points, 3.7 rebounds and 3.4 assists in 15 games. He is second all-time in scoring and assists at Mobile with 2,040 points and 579 career assists.

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball 2011-12 Schedule Date

Day

Time

Team

Location

Nov. 3

Thursday

TBA

Nicholls State (Exh)

Thibodaux, LA

Nov. 8

Tuesday

7:30

Texas College

HOME

Nov. 12

Saturday

TBA

Southern Univ. at New Orleans

New Orleans, LA

Nov. 14

Monday

7:30

Xavier University

HOME

Nov. 16

Wednesday

7:00

South Alabama (Exh)

Mobile, AL

Nov. 18

Friday

7:00

Southern Poly

Marietta, GA

Nov. 19

Saturday

4:00

Brewton-Parker

Mt. Vernon, GA

Dec. 2

Friday

7:30

Lee University

HOME

Dec. 3

Saturday

5:00

Shorter University

HOME

Dec. 6

Tuesday

7:30

Xavier University

New Orleans, LA

Dec. 9

Friday

7:30

Concordia-Selma

HOME

Dec. 10

Saturday

7:00

Carver

HOME

Dec. 17

Saturday

3:00

Life University

HOME

Dec. 30

Friday

7:30

Southern Univ. at New Orleans

HOME

Jan. 6

Friday

TBA

Southern Wesleyan

Central, SC

Jan. 7

Saturday

TBA

Emmanuel

Franklin Springs, GA

Jan. 9

Monday

6:00

Life University

Marietta, GA

Jan. 12

Thursday

7:00

William Carey University

Hattiesburg, MS

Jan. 14

Saturday

7:00

Belhaven University

HOME

Jan. 16

Monday

7:30

Tougaloo College

Tougaloo, MS

Jan. 19

Thursday

7:30

Auburn-Montgomery

Montgomery, AL

Jan. 26

Thursday

7:30

Spring Hill College

Mobile, AL

Jan. 28

Saturday

4:00

Faulkner University

Montgomery, AL

Feb. 2

Thursday

7:30

Loyola University

HOME

Feb. 4

Saturday

4:00

William Carey University

HOME

Feb. 9

Thursday

7:30

Belhaven University

Jackson, MS

Feb. 11

Saturday

4:00

Auburn-Montgomery

HOME

Feb. 16

Thursday

7:30

Tougaloo College

HOME

Feb. 18

Saturday

7:00

Spring Hill College

HOME

Feb. 23

Thursday

7:30

Faulkner University

HOME

Feb. 25

Saturday

TBA

Loyola University

New Orleans, LA

SSAC Tournament

Rome, GA

Feb. 27-Mar. 3

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball 2011-12 Team No. 4 5 10 11 12 15 22 25 32 42 44 45 50 55 RS RS RS RS RS RS RS

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Name Spencer Duke Brad Boyd Jonathan Tinch Tyler Cole Marcus Polnett Cody Scott Christian Salinas Alex Tolbert Ji Kimbrough Antonio Hester Brock Dockery Matthew Turner Jean Pierre Uwamahoro Kevin Calloway Miles Grier Tevin Perkins EJ Conley Joseph Pickett Marcus Clark Brandon Waters Matthew Smith-Cook

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

Ht. 6’1 5’11 6’2 6’2 5’10 6’6 6’2 6’8 6’1 6’6 6’6 6’9 6’11 6’6 6’3 5’8 5’8 6’1 5’10 5’8 5’10

Yr. SR JR FR JR JR FR SR JR JR JR SR SR JR JR SO FR FR FR FR FR FR

Hometown Pinson Valley, AL Mobile, AL Lithonia, GA Geraldine, AL Birmingham, AL Springfield, LA Perth, Australia Grand Bay, AL Mobile, AL Miami, FL Bonifay, FL Melbourne, Australia Rwanda, Africa Lake Charles, LA Lithonia, GA Denham Springs, LA Enterprise, AL Dallas, TX Pass Christian, MS Powder Springs, GA Pensacola, FL

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Previous School Pinson Valley HS Faulkner CC Stephenson HS Geraldine HS Homewood HS Springfield HS Southeast CC Alma Bryant HS McGill-Toolen HS Miami Dade CC Holmes County HS Elisabeth Murdoch Gordon CC Washington Marion HS Druid Hills HS Walker HS Enterprise HS Ferris HS Pass Christian HS Hillgrove HS West Florida HS


University of Mobile Men’s Basketball Player Profiles

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Class: Senior Position: Forward Major: Athletic Training Hometown: Bonifay, FL

High School: Holmes County Previous School: N/A Parents: Penny and Chuck Dockery

Personal: Native of Bonifay, FL ... Athletic Training major 2010-11: Started all 29 games ... Double-doubles of 22 points and 11 rebounds v. Concordia and 13 points and 15 rebounds v. Loyola ... Hit 4 3-pointers in five games ... Scored double-digits in 15 games 2009-10: Scored in double figures in four games... Season-best 23 points and 13 rebounds versus Southeast Bible College... 18 points in finale versus William Carey... Shot 43% from 3-point range 2008-09: Scored in double figures in 12 games... Seasonhigh of 24 against William Carey High School: Holmes County High School ... Played basketball under Coach Po White ... All-State during junior and senior seasons ... Averaged 25.4 points, 9 rebounds and 7 assists per game Other: Favorite home-cooked meal is BBQ chicken ... Favorite TV show is “Teen Mom” ... Celebrity dream date is Mila Kunis or Eva Mendes ... Greatest athletic achievement was winning the 3pt shootout for the state of Florida ... Dream job is to be an occupational therapist for children and athletes ... Favorite candy is Skittles Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Total

Team MOB MOB MOB

GP 32 25 29 86

FGM FGA 3PM 79 206 43 48 113 32 93 229 34 220 548 109

3PA 119 72 113 304

FTM FTA 34 39 15 25 40 59 89 123

OFF DEF REB 22 73 95 6 47 53 39 148 187 67 268 335

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AST 17 10 31 58

STL 15 10 18 43

BLK 3 2 3 8

TO 39 30 60 129

PTS 235 143 260 638

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball Player Profiles

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Class: Senior Position: Guard Major: Business Hometown: Pinson Valley, AL

High School: Pinson Valley Previous School: N/A Parents: Melissa and Alan Duke

Personal: Native of Pinson Valley, AL ... Business major 2010-11: Career high 66 assists ... 10 assists v. SUNO ... Season-high 16 points v. Brewton-Parker ... Started all 29 games 2009-10: Started all 28 games for Mobile... Season-high 14 points versus SUNO and shot 5-of-5 from the floor... 5+ assists four times... Season-high 6 rebounds v. WCU 2008-09: Scored in double figures in five games... Season-high 14 points twice... Started 16 games... Seasonhigh 3 assists versus Temple Baptist... Season-high 4 FT’s made four times... Take away on 0-5 v. Loyola from 3-point range and he made 8-of-16 on the season High School: Pinson Valley ... Played basketball under Coach Jay Satterfield ... Played baseball under Coach Shelton Stalls Other: Favorite book is The Bible ... Favorite fast food is Foosacklys ... Favorite movie is “Dumb and Dumber” ... Celebrity dream date is Carrie Underwood ... Favorite ice cream is vanilla ... Wants to visit Bora Bora ... Dream job is to own a physical training and physical therapy place ... Favorite candy is Reeses Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Total

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Team MOB MOB MOB

GP 21 28 29 78

FGM FGA 3PM 45 105 8 41 116 7 42 117 10 128 338 25

3PA 21 30 35 86

FTM FTA 41 57 50 80 47 76 138 213

OFF DEF REB AST 8 17 25 18 13 34 47 56 10 46 56 66 31 97 128 140

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STL 19 29 33 81

BLK 1 2 0 3

TO 40 57 46 143

PTS 139 139 141 419


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Player Profiles

Class: Senior Position: Guard Major: HPES Hometown: Perth, Australia

High School: Warwick Previous School: Southeast CC Parents: Jo-Anne and Marino Salinas

Personal: Native of Perth, Australia ... HPES major ... Exercise Physiology minor 2010-11: Played in 26 games in his first year at Mobile ... Season-high 10 points v. William Carey after going 2-of3 from 3-point range ... Multiple steals in six contests ... Season-high 6 rebounds v. Trinity Baptist ... Went 4-of-5 from the floor and scored 9 points v. AUM Previous College: Southeast CC ... All-Conference ... Honorable Mention All-Region 2009-10 High School: Warwick Senior High ... Played basketball, football, rugby and ran track Other: Favorite athlete is Donte Walker ... Favorite professional team are the Sydney Swans ... Favorite home-cooked meal is mom’s cooking ... Favorite TV shows are “Entourage” and “Sportcenter” ... Wants to visit the 7 Wonders of the World ... Dream job is to be a strength and conditioning coach

Year 2010-11 Total

Team GP FGM FGA MOB 26 21 71 26 21 71

3PM 9 9

3PA 32 32

FTM 14 14

FTA 31 31

OFF 12 12

DEF REB 30 42 30 42

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AST 18 18

STL 18 18

BLK 2 2

TO 21 21

PTS 65 65

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball Player Profiles

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Class: Senior Position: Forward Major: Biology Hometown: Mobile, AL

High School: Alma Bryant Previous School: Alabama State Parents: Sylvia Tolbert

Personal: Native of Mobile, AL ... Son of Sylvia Tolbert ... Biology major 2010-11: Saw action in 11 games in his first year at UMobile ... Eight of those came against Southern States Athletic Conference teams ... Played 10+ minutes against Lee University ... High of 2 points four times ... High of 3 rebounds v. Spring Hill Previous College: Alabama State University ... Avg 3 ppg High School: Alma Bryant ... Played basketball under Coach Josh Golden ... All Baker High School Tournament Other: Favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant ... Favorite book is The Bible ... Dream job is to be an NBA coach

Year 2010-11 Total

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Team MOB

GP 11 11

FGM 3 3

FGA 3PM 13 0 13 0

3PA 0 0

FTM 2 2

FTA 4 4

OFF DEF 3 6 3 6

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REB 9 9

AST 1 1

STL 0 0

BLK 0 0

TO 3 3

PTS 8 8


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Player Profiles

Class: Senior Position: Center Major: Elementary Education Hometown: Melbourne, Australia

High School: Elisabeth Murdoch Previous School: N/A Parents: Sheryal and Brendan Turner

Personal: Native of Melbourne, Australia ... Elementary Education major ... Enjoys basketball, croquet, equestrian and polo 2010-11: Played in all 29 games ... Shot 57% from the floor ... Scored in double figures in 14 games ... Seasonhigh of 8 rebounds four times ... Season-high of 15 points twice ... Grabbed 61 offensive rebounds 2009-10: Started 27 games... Scored over 10 points five times... Season-high 17 points v. Belhaven on 7-of-10 shooting from the field... Shot 60% from the floor... Shot 67% from the floor in conference play 2008-09: Scored in double figures in five games... High of 14 points versus Life University... High of 7 rebounds three times Other: Favorite professional team is the LA Lakers ... Favorite home-cooked meal is roast lamb ... Favorite fast food is wings ... Favorite TV show is “Man v. Food” ... Favorite movie is “Stepbrothers” ... Celebrity dream date is Jessica Alba ... Favorite ice cream is chocolate ... Dream job is to be a teacher ... Favorite candy is Skittles

Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Total

Team MOB MOB MOB

GP 32 27 29 88

FGM FGA 3PM 66 115 0 58 96 0 94 164 0 218 375 0

3PA 2 1 0 3

FTM 32 34 48 114

FTA OFF DEF REB AST 59 34 59 93 19 60 36 50 86 7 70 61 85 146 10 189 131 194 325 36

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STL 7 10 12 29

BLK 9 9 25 43

TO 36 45 51 132

PTS 164 150 236 550

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball Player Profiles

#55 Class: Junior Position: Forward Major: Communication Hometown: Lake Charles, LA

Personal: Native of Lake Charles, LA ... Communication major 2010-11: Played in all 29 games ... 5.5 ppg and 3.7 rpg ... Season-high 15 points v. Faulkner ... Avg. 19.9 minutes per game ... 14 points v. Southern Poly in the SSAC Tourney ... Shot 53% from the floor

High School: Washington Marion Previous School: N/A Parents: Darlene Gauthreaux and Craig Arvey

2009-10: Played in all 28 games as a freshman... Scored in doublefigures five times... Season-high 19 points and 10 rebounds versus Concordia Selma High School: Washington Marion ... Played basketball under Coach Mack Guillory ... Played football under Coach John Jenkins ... All-

District MVP Other: Favorite home-cooked meal is gumbo ... Favorite TV show is “Martin” ... Celebrity dream date is Nia Long ... Favorite ice cream is chocolate ... Greatest athletic achievement was being named AllDistrict MVP ... Dream job is to be a sportscaster

#11 Class: Junior Position: Forward Major: Social Science Education Hometown: Geraldine, AL

Personal: Native of Geraldine, AL ... Social Science Education major ... Enjoys working out and going to the lake 2010-11: Played in six games ... Scored 8 points and grabbed 4 rebounds ... 5 points v. Trinity Baptist ... 2-of-3 on 3-point attempts on the season

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High School: Geraldine Previous School: N/A Parents: Rhonda and Jeff Cole

High School: Geraldine ... Played basketball under Coach Cale Black ... Played football under Coach Tim Arnold ... Wallace O’Brien Senior Award ... Team Captain Other: Favorite professional team is the Lakers ... Favorite book is The Bible ... Favorite homecooked meal is lasagna ... Favorite

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fast food is Taco Bell ... Favorite TV show is “My Wife and Kids” ... Favorite movie is “Lincoln Lawyer” ... Celebrity dream date is Megan Fox ... Favorite ice cream is vanilla ... Dream job is to coach basketball at Duke


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#32 Class: Junior Position: Guard Major: Business Administration Hometown: Mobile, AL

Personal: Native of Mobile, AL ... Enjoys bowling and shooting pool 2010-11: 1st-Team All-SSAC ... 14 ppg ... 20+ points in eight games ... Season-high of 28 points v. Life ... High of 8 rebounds twice ... 38 steals and 45 assists 2009-10: 1st-Team All-GCAC ...

High School: McGill-Toolen Previous School: N/A Parents: Sandy and Edward Kimbrough

GCAC Freshman of the Year ... Scored 10+ points in 25 of 28 games ... Went for 20+ 11 times ... Season-high 39 points v. Belhaven ... Averaged 18.5 points per game in conference play High School: McGill-Toolen ... Played basketball under Coach Phillip Murphy ... Honorable

Mention All-State... Averaged 24 points, 6 rebounds and 3 assists ... Scored 50 points versus Murphy Other: Favorite home-cooked meal is spaghetti and garlic bread ... Favorite TV shows are “Jersey Shore” and “Sweet Home Alabama” ... Favorite movie is “Marley and Me” ... Favorite candy is candy corn

#12 Class: Junior Position: Guard Major: Accounting Hometown: Homewood, AL

Personal: Native of Homewood, AL ... Accounting major ... Enjoys sleeping 2010-11: Played in 24 games ... Totaled 37 points and 20 rebounds 2009-10: Played in all 28 games for the Rams ... Season-high of 13 points v. AUM ... 4+ assists five

High School: Homewood Previous School: N/A Parents: Francine Polnett

times ... Season-best 5 assists in finale v. William Carey High School: Homewood ... Played basketball under Coach Tim Shepler ... Defensive MVP as a sophomore ... All Over-TheMountain and All Area in 2008-09 ... Averaged 12.3 points and 3 assists per game

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Other: Favorite professional teams are the Atlanta Falcons and the Atlanta Hawks ... Favorite book is Harry Potter ... Favorite homecooked meal is cereal ... Favorite TV show is anything on Food Network ... Favorite movie is “Mean Girls” ... Celebrity dream date is Oprah Winfrey ... Favorite candy is chico stick

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball Player Profiles

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Class: Junior Position: Guard Hometown: Mobile, AL

Class: Junior Position: Forward Hometown: Miami, FL

Personal: Native of Mobile, AL ... Son of Charlene and Ernest Boyd ... Physical Education major ... Enjoys hanging out with his family

Personal: Native of Miami, FL ... Communication major ... Enjoys playing basketball, watching movies and listening to music

Previous College: Faulkner State CC ... Avg 4 ppg and 3 apg

Previous College: Indian River State College ... Freshman of the Year

High School: Baker ... Played basketball under Coach Jeb Blackerby ... All-Region ... Area1 Tournament MVP Other: Favorite athlete is Michael Jordan ... Favorite professional team is the Miami Heat ... Favorite home-cooked meal is spaghetti ... Favorite TV show is “Sportscenter” ... Favorite movie is “Above the Rim”

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High School: Miami Norland ... Played basketball under Coach Lawton Williams III ... Glass Man award ... State Champion ... 1st-Team All-Dade Other: Favorite athlete is Lebron James ... Favorite homecooked meal is BBQ ribs ... Favorite TV show is “Law and Order” ... Favorite movie is “Bad Boys 2” ... Celebrity dream date is Rihanna ... Favorite ice cream is strawberry .... Dream job is to play overseas ... Favorite candy is Gummy Bears

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Class: Freshman Position: Forward Hometown: Springfield, LA

Class: Freshman Position: Guard Hometown: Nashville, TN

Personal: Native of Springfield, LA ... Biology major High School: Springfield ... Played basketball under Coach John Chewning ... Played football under Coach Ryan Serpas ... Ran track and field under Coach John Hill ... 24 ppg, 10 rpg, 2 spg and 2 bpg ... Academic All-State ... 1st-Team All-District ... Parish MVP ... 1st-Team All-Parish Other: Favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant ... Favorite homecooked meal is lasagna, garlic bread and whole kernel corn ... Favorite TV show is “The Game” ... Favorite movie is “Daddy’s Little Girls” ... Favorite ice cream is Moolenium Crunch ... Greatest athletic achievement was being named Academic All-State ... Is double-jointed in his hands ... Dream job is to be a pharmacist

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Personal: Native of Nashville, TN ... Pre-Med major ... Enjoys community service and reading High School: Stephenson ... Played basketball under Coach Curtis Gilleyen ... All-State Honorable Mention ... Region 5-A Player of the Year ... Honorable Mention Region 5-A ... Avg 20.2 ppg, 6.8 rpg and 2.8 spg Other: Favorite athlete is Joe Johnson ... Favorite professional teams are the Atlanta Hawks and Atlanta Falcons ... Favorite home-cooked meal is shrimp pasta ... Favorite TV show is “Ghost Adventures” ... Favorite movie is “Space Jam” ... Celebrity dream date is Dkylar Diggins ... Favorite ice cream is chocolate ... Greatest athletic achievement was scoring 41 points in a playoff game ... Can write poems ... Dream job is to be a vet

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball Player Profiles

Phillip L. Shouppe, D.C. Chiropractor

#50 Class: Junior Position: Center Hometown: Rwanda, Africa Personal: Native of Rwanda, Africa ... Son of Jeanne D’Arc and Cyabukombe Epimac ... Sociology major ... Criminal Justice minor Previous College: Gordon College ... St. Catherine College High School: St. Joseph Nyamirambo Other: Favorite athlete is Kevin Garnett ... Favorite homecooked meal is fried chicken... Favorite TV show is anything on ESPN ... Dream job is to be playing basketball or coaching basketball

Office Hours:

Mon., Wed., & Fri. 7:30-12:00 * 1:30-6:00

Phone Number: 251-666-1656

Tues. & Thurs. 7:30-1:00

Marcus Clark Pass Christian HS Redshirt

EJ Conley Enterprise HS Redshirt

Miles Grier Druid Hills HS Redshirt

Matthew Smith-Cook West Florida HS Redshirt

Brandon Waters Hillgrove HS Redshirt

Desmond Dunkin Manager

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Tevin Perkins Walker HS Redshirt

Joseph Pickett Ferris HS Redshirt

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball UMobile Honor Roll

Rene Antee

Gimel Lewis

NAIA All-American Donte Walker (11) Robert Jones (08) Tremaine Perry (04,05) Gimel Lewis (05) Rene Antee (99,00) Larry Edwards (97) Eric Polite (94) Dennis Powell (94) Anderson Lignon (89)

Eric Polite

Dennis Powell

Anderson Lignon

Tracy Hector (97-98) Chad Applin (94-95) Adam Thomas (94-95) Eric Polite (93-94) Cortez Dunn (93-94) Dennis Powell (92-94) Anderson Lignon (1986-89)

Tremaine Perry

Ji Kimbrough (10)

All-Conference Donte Walker (10-11)

Ji Kimbrough (10-11) Robert Jones (07-08) Walter Fitzgerald (06-08) Tramaine Perry (00-05) Gimel Lewis (03-05) Gabe Feagin (03-05) Larry Burgess (02-03) Kirby Oliver (02-03) Robert Moman (01-02) Lloyd Savage (00-01) Travis Blackwell (98-00) Kalili Stallworth (98-99) Rene Antee (97-00)

Reggie Ellis

Larry Edwards

Tracy Hector

Gabriel Feagin

Harlem Ambassadors US PRO 2006

Apollon Limossal (CYP) 1999 Algodoneros (MEX) 2002

Azucareros Del Valle (Colombian BNL) 2006 Young Gunz (SEBL) 2008

Decatur Court Kings WBA 2006 Arkansas Impact PBL 2008

GCAC Freshman of Year Rene Antee (97) Tramaine Perry (01) Trey Rubin (07) Donte Walker (08)

Rene Antee

All-Tournament Team Gimel Lewis (04) Tremaine Perry (04) Rene Antee (99) Travis Blackwell (99) Tracy Hector (99)

Gimel Lewis

Basketligaen

LEB Gold League

Horsens IC (DEN) 2006-07 264 points- 17.6 ppg, 3.7 rpg, 3.4 apg, 15 games

Ciudad de La Laguna 2005-06 11.4 points, 8.4 reb, 24.7 min

Highs of 34 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists

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NAIA Scholar-Athlete Kyle Cox (92)

Alerta Cantabria 2006-07 Regular Season Champs Plus Pujol Lleida 08-09 Faymasa Palencia 09-10

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Tenerife Rural 2007-08 130 pts, 122 reb, 62% fg


University of Mobile Men’s Basketball 2011-12 Opponents

Auburn-Montgomery

Belhaven University

Brewton-Parker Univ.

Carver College

Location.............Montgomery, AL Enrollment..............................5,771 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname.......................Warhawks Colors................Orange and Black Head Coach.........Larry Chapman 2010 – 11 Record.....................8-18

Location......................Jackson, MS Enrollment..............................2,951 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname............................Blazers Colors...................Green and Gold Head Coach.................Tom Kelsey 2010 – 11 Record...................16-15

Location...............Mt. Vernon, GA Enrollment.................................700 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname.............................Barons Colors........Navy Blue and Orange Head Coach................Jarvis Smith 2010 – 11 Record.................10 - 15

Location......................Atlanta, GA Enrollment...............................N/A Affiliation..........................NCCAA Conference................Independent Nickname..........................Cougars Colors.......................................N/A Head Coach.............Martin Carter 2010 – 11 Record.....................0-20

Concordia-Selma

Emmanuel College

Faulkner University

Lee University

Location.........................Selma, AL Enrollment...............................N/A Affiliation...........................USCAA Conference................Independent Nickname...........................Hornets Colors.................Green and White Head Coach.....Anthony Rutledge 2010 – 11 Record.....................N/A

Location......Franklin Springs, GA Enrollment.................................700 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname...............................Lions Colors...Red, Gold, Blue and Grey Head Coach..................T.J. Rosene 2010 – 11 Record.....................26-8

Location.............Montgomery, AL Enrollment..............................3,200 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname..............................Eagles Colors.....Royal Blue, Black and Gray Head Coach............Jim Sanderson 2010 – 11 Record...................13-19

Location..................Cleveland, TN Enrollment..............................4,262 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname.............................Flames Colors..............Maroon and White Head Coach...........Tommy Brown 2010 – 11 Record.....................23-9

Life University

Loyola University

Nicholls State Univ.

Shorter University

Location....................Marietta, GA Enrollment..............................2,000 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference................Independent Nickname.............Running Eagles Colors.................Green and White Head Coach.................John Barret 20010 – 11 Record.................20-13

Location.............New Orleans, LA Enrollment..............................5,000 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname........................Wolfpack Colors................Maroon and Gold Head Coach....Michael Giorlando 2010 – 11 Record...................16-14

Location.................Thibodaux, LA Enrollment..............................7,181 Affiliation.............................NCAA Conference.....................Southland Nickname.........................Colonels Colors.......................Red and Grey Head Coach......................J.P. Piper 2010 – 11 Record...................14-14

Location.........................Rome, GA Enrollment...............................2900 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname.............................Hawks Colors.........Royal Blue and White Head Coach.............Chad Warner 2010 – 11 Record.....................23-8

South Alabama

Southern Poly

SUNO

Southern Wesleyan

Location........................Mobile, AL Enrollment............................15,009 Affiliation.............................NCAA Conference........................Sun Belt Nickname............................Jaguars Colors...........Red, White and Blue Head Coach............Ronnie Arrow 2010 – 11 Record.................12 - 16

Location....................Marietta, GA Enrollment..............................5,500 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname............Runnin’ Hornets Colors.................Green and White Head Coach...........Tommy Dillon 2010 – 11 Overall Record......23-9

Location.............New Orleans, LA Enrollment..............................3,105 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference...........................GCAC Nickname...........................Knights Colors....Columbia Blue and Gold Head Coach..............Dale Valdery 2010 – 11 Record...................11-14

Location.......................Central, SC Enrollment.................................600 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname.........................Warriors Colors.........Blue, Gold and White Head Coach.....Charles Wimphrie 2010 – 11 Record...................16-12

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball 2011-12 Opponents

Spring Hill College

Texas College

Tougaloo College

William Carey Univ.

Location........................Mobile, AL Enrollment..............................1,504 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname...........................Badgers Colors................Purple and White Head Coach.....Robert Thompson 2010 – 11 Record.....................9-18

Location...........................Tyler, TX Enrollment.................................860 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference...........................RRAC Nickname...............................Steers Colors..................Purple and Gold Head Coach.......Marquet Norfleet 2010 – 11 Record................15 – 14

Location...................Tougaloo, MS Enrollment..............................1,000 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference...........................GCAC Nickname..........................Bulldogs Colors.....Royal Blue and Scarlet Red Head Coach.....Lafayette Stribling 2010 – 11 Record.....................28-5

Location...............Hattiesburg, MS Enrollment..............................3,650 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference.............................SSAC Nickname.......................Crusaders Colors.........Red, Black and White Head Coach...............Steve Knight 2010 – 11 Record...................18-12

Xavier University Location.............New Orleans, LA Enrollment..............................3,399 Affiliation...............................NAIA Conference...........................GCAC Nickname.................Gold Nuggets Colors...................Gold and White Head Coach.......Dannton Jackson 2010 – 11 Record..................27 – 6

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball 2011-12 Preview The University of Mobile men’s basketball team will enter the 2011-12 season coming off a SSAC West Co-Division Championship with solid returning perimeter players and added muscle in the paint. This will be Mobile’s second season of competition in the Southern States Athletic Conference after the Rams went 15-14 overall last year with an 8-4 mark in divisional play. Returning in the backcourt are Pinson Valley, Ala., native Spencer Duke; Mobile, Ala., native Ji Kimbrough; Perth, Australia native Christian Salinas; and Birmingham, Ala., native Marcus Polnett. Kimbrough is a two-time All-Conference selection who averaged 14 points per game last season. Duke has played in 78 games for the Rams, and Polnett brings two years of experience handling the point. Salinas played in 26 games last year for the Rams. Between the four, they totaled 142 assists and 97 steals in 2010-11. Duke led the team with 66 assists, while Kimbrough was second with 38 steals. “We feel good about Spencer at the point and Ji is a combo who can also handle some point,” Head Coach Joe Niland said. “Marcus has seen a lot of time for us and Salinas gives us depth and experience.” Losing 2010-11 NAIA All-American Donte Walker and his 1,422 points will be tough, but the Rams brought in some new players expected to contribute at the guard spot early in their careers. Lithonia, Ga., native Jonathan Tinch comes to Mobile from Stephenson High School and Mobile, Ala., native Brady Boyd is transferring in from Faulkner State. Tinch averaged 20.2 points and 6.8 rebounds per game as a prep senior, while earning Region 5-A Player of the Year honors. “Tinch is a SF/SG that has the opportunity to be very good,” Niland said. “Once he adjusts to the college game and develops his skills, he can be a real good contributor. Brad has a lot of experience at the JUCO level and is a real heady, versatile player that plays good defense. He can play both

point guard and shooting guard.” When the guards look to dish the ball inside, they should find plenty of options. “Last year we were a little light in the post, but this year, it appears we will be much deeper,” Niland said. At center, 6-9 senior Matt Turner will battle Lake Charles, La., native Kevin Calloway; Miami, Fla., native Antonio Hester; and 6-11 Jean Pierre Uwamahoro for playing time. Hester won a State Championship at Miami Norland High School and was named Freshman of the Year at Indian River State College. Turner and Calloway, meanwhile, combined for 38.5 minutes, 13.6 points and 8.7 rebounds per game last season, while each playing in all 29 games. “Matt brings 88 games of experience to the post, while Kevin has been solid the last two years at power forward and center,” Niland said. “Hester comes from Miami Dade CC and is very strong around the basket, while Jean Pierre is returning from a knee injury, and should be a factor with his length and athleticism.” Other players looking for time at the forward slots are Bonifay, Fla., native Brock Dockery; Grand Bay, Ala., native Alex Tolbert; Springfield, La., native Cody Scott; and Geraldine, Ala., native Tyler Cole. Dockery led Mobile with 34 3-pointers made and with 6.4 rebounds per game, while Scott averaged 24 points and 10 rebounds per game at Springfield High School. “Brock has seen lots of action at Mobile and is versatile enough to play SF and PF, while Alex returns for his senior year and has made great strides,” Niland said. “Cody is probably the best athlete we’ve had in several years. He has a bright future and will push for playing time as he gains experience.” That talent is allowing Mobile to redshirt Lithonia, Ga., native Miles Grier; Denham Springs, La., native Tevin Perkins; Enterprise, Ala., native EJ Conley; Dallas, Texas native Joseph Pickett; Pass Christian,

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Miss., native Marcus Clark; Powder Springs, Ga., native Brandon Waters; and Pensacola, Fla., native Matthew Smith-Cook. Awaiting the players will be a tough schedule that begins Nov. 3 with an exhibition game at NCAA-I Nicholls State. The slate of games features 31 games overall and 15 home games, with the first home game taking place Nov. 8 at 7:30 pm when Mobile hosts the Steers of Texas College. With each team in the SSAC now playing everyone, the Rams will be faced with 18 conference games. The first conference game is Nov. 18 at 7 pm at Southern Poly. The first home conference game pits Mobile against Lee University Dec. 2 at 7:30 pm. The road games at Southern Poly Nov. 18 and Emmanuel Jan. 7 will pose a challenge, as the two schools were a combined 28-1 at home last season. “The conference slate will be tough with so many games, and then you factor in homeand-home with NAIA National Tournament teams Xavier, Tougaloo and Life, and the always formidable SUNO,” Niland said. In addition to Nicholls State, the Rams will also have an exhibition game at crosstown rival South Alabama Nov. 16 at 7 pm. Lee, Southern Poly and Emmanuel also advanced to the NAIA National Tournament last season, meaning Mobile will have nine games against those teams. Lee, Emmanuel, Southern Poly, Shorter, Tougaloo and Xavier all won 23+ games last season. Even with the tough schedule looming, the Rams expect to win in 2011-12. “Our expectations are to compete for a conference title,” Niland said. “Our first goal is to win the West, then win the SSAC and have a shot at Kansas City. We have a shot, it’s just going to take chemistry and hard work. We need to be a lot better Jan.March than we are Nov.-Dec.”

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball 2010-11 Results Date

Opponent

Score

W /L

Record

Leading Scorer

Leading Reb

Leading Assists

11/01/10

a

Tougaloo College

54-73

L

0-1

(22) Walker

(6) Dockery

4 players with 1

11/06/10

h

Voorhees College

73-65

W

1-1

(21) Walker

(8) Dockery

(4) Sanchez

11/09/10

a

SUNO

77-59

W

2-1

(20) Dockery

(9) Walker

(10) Duke

11/11/10

h

Texas College

74-63

W

3-1

(21) Kimbrough

(9) Dockery

(6) Duke, Walker

11/15/10

h

Trinity Baptist

76-36

W

4-1

(16) Walker

(7) TEAM

(5) Duke

11/19/10

a

Lee University

60-67

L

4-2

(22) Kimbrough

(8) Turner

(2) Polnett, Walker

11/20/10

a

Shorter College

48-69

L

4-3

(10) Turner

(9) Dockery

(4) Sanchez

11/22/10

h

Southeastern Univ.

62-45

W

5-3

(15) Dockery

(9) Dockery

(3) Duke

12/03/10

h

Brewton-Parker

79-69

W

6-3

(16) Duke

(7) Calloway

(4) Kimbrough

12/10/10

h

Concordia-Selma

88-72

W

7-3

(22) Dockery

(11) Dockery

(4) Walker, Kimbrough

01/04/11

h

Tougaloo College

49-66

L

7-4

(18) Walker

(9) Walker

(3) Kimbrough

01/08/11

a

Life University

80-96

L

7-5

(28) Kimbrough

(14) Walker

3 players with 2

01/13/11

h

William Carey Univ.

81-77

W

8-5, 1-0

(20) Kimbrough

(9) Dockery

(4) Sanchez, Walker

01/15/11

a

Belhaven University

66-76

L

8-6, 1-1

(21) Kimbrough

(7) Turner

(3) Hylton

01/17/11

h

SUNO

50-54

L

8-7

(19) Kimbrough

3 with 7

(4) Duke

01/20/11

h

AUM

84-71

W

9-7, 2-1

(21) Walker

(8) Turner

(4) Walker

01/22/11

h

Life University

63-77

L

9-8

(13) Hylton

(7) TEAM

(5) Duke, Hylton

01/24/11

a

Xavier University

63-69

L

9-9

(22) Walker

(8) Turner

(3) Duke

01/27/11

h

Spring Hill College

63-58

W

10-9, 3-1

(16) Hylton

(7) Dockery

(6) Duke

01/29/11

h

Faulkner University

75-50

W

11-9, 4-1

(16) Kimbrough

(10) TEAM

(4) Kimbrough

02/03/11

a

Loyola University

55-51

W

12-9, 5-1

(16) Walker

(7) Calloway

3 players with 2

02/05/11

a

William Carey Univ.

63-67

L

12-10, 5-2

(13) Walker

(9) Walker

3 players with 2

02/10/11

h

Belhaven University

76-74

W

13-10, 6-2

(24) Walker

(9) Walker

4 players with 2

02/12/11

a

AUM

52-54

L

13-11, 6-3

(14) Dockery

(9) Dockery

(3) Duke, Walker

02/17/11

h

Xavier University

57-66

L

13-12

(17) Walker

(6) Walker

(2) Hylton, Kimbrough

02/19/11

a

Spring Hill College

65-53

W

14-12, 7-3

(27) Kimbrough

(7) Dockery

3 players with 2

02/24/11

a

Faulkner University

66-67

L

14-13, 7-4

(19) Kimbrough

(8) Turner

(3) Walker

02/26/11

h

Loyola University

71-69

W

15-13, 8-4

(16) Walker

(15) Dockery

(5) Kimbrough

03/03/11

n

Southern Poly

57-70

L

15-14

(15) Turner

(9) Hylton

(3) Walker, Hylton

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball 2011-12 Statistics No.

Player

GP

GS

MIN

FG

FGA

PCT

3PT 3PTA

PCT

FT

FTA

PCT

OFF

DEF

R/G

A

B

ST

P/G

3

Donte Amos

9

0

4.5

2

9

.222

1

3

.333

2

4

.500

1

2

0.3

6

0

0

0.8

4

Spencer Duke

29

29

26.2

42

117

.359

10

35

.286

47

76

.618

10

46

1.9

66

0

33

4.9

5

Jason Sanchez

20

0

8.4

3

16

.188

0

1

.000

12

24

.500

6

10

0.8

25

0

4

0.9

10

Ryan Petty

2

0

4.2

0

1

.000

0

0

.000

0

0

.000

0

1

0.5

0

0

0

0.0

11

Tyler Cole

6

0

2.3

3

5

.600

2

3

.667

0

0

.000

1

3

0.7

0

0

0

1.3

12

Marcus Polnett

24

0

9.9

9

38

.237

2

12

.167

17

41

.415

5

22

1.1

13

0

8

1.5

20

Donte Walker

29

29

30.9

138

318

.434

23

73

.315

134

180

.744

57

100

5.4

55

13

45

14.9

22

Christian Salinas

26

0

12.5

21

71

.296

9

32

.281

14

31

.452

12

30

1.6

18

2

18

2.5

24

Bentley Hylton

29

14

23.4

50

141

.355

15

57

.263

38

59

.644

36

70

3.7

44

1

20

5.3

25

Alex Tolbert

11

0

3.6

3

13

.231

0

0

.000

2

4

.500

3

6

0.8

1

0

0

0.7

32

Ji Kimbrough

28

15

28.5

132

357

.370

22

74

.297

107

172

.622

32

57

3.2

45

4

38

14.0

35

Dino Gutesa

17

0

6.0

2

6

.333

0

0

.000

4

8

.500

9

17

1.5

0

1

2

0.5

44

Brock Dockery

29

29

23.8

93

229

.406

34

113

.301

40

59

.678

39

148

6.4

31

3

18

9.0

45

Matthew Turner

29

27

18.6

94

164

.573

0

0

.000

48

70

.686

61

85

5.0

10

25

12

8.1

55

Kevin Calloway

29

2

19.9

66

125

.528

0

0

.000

28

68

.412

54

54

3.7

25

4

16

5.5

Mobile

29

5874

658

1610

.409

118

403

.293

493

796

.619

385

714

37.9

339

53

214

66.4

Opponents

29

5875

626

1551

.404

138

443

.312

493

759

.650

316

685

34.5

272

123 215

64.9

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State Senator - District 34

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P.O. Box 2175 Semmes, AL 36575 (251) 649-7380

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball 2010-11 Review The 2010-11 season saw the University of Mobile men’s basketball team finish with a 15-14 overall record and an 8-4 mark in conference play, earning a SSAC West CoDivision Championship in their first season of competition in the Southern States Athletic Conference.

with a 71-69 double-overtime victory over Loyola, as the Rams crashed the boards and finished with a 54-39 rebounding edge and a 4-for-8 effort from 3-point range from Kimbrough. “It wasn’t how we wanted to end the regular season,” Niland said. “We looked good early in close games, and then we lost by single digits to AUM, Xavier and Faulkner.”

The season did not get off to a great start, as the Rams lost 54-73 at Tougaloo, but the team rebounded to win the next four games; scoring over 73 in each contest. “A 4-1 record is always good, and the best win was the 77-59 win at an always-tough SUNO team,” Head Coach Joe Niland said. “But, we knew the level of competition was going to get tougher.” Get tougher it did, as the team faced three 2009-10 NAIA National Tournament teams in Life, Lee and Tougaloo, and a highlyregarded Shorter over the next seven games. Mobile went 3-4 in that stretch, being held below 50 points against Shorter and Life. The Rams did beat SSAC East foe Brewton-Parker. “Our offense struggled at times, but for the most part our defense kept us in games, and with a good defense, you’ll have a chance,” Niland said. From there, the team jumped into SSAC West play, going 2-1 in games against always-tough William Carey, Belhaven, who was coming off its first NAIA National Tournament appearance, and AUM, who was also coming off a run to Kansas City. “It was good to start conference play with two early wins against tough teams,” Niland said. “We knew it was going to be a battle all season, and that gave us a good start.” After a couple of non-conference setbacks, the Rams went 4-1 over the next five SSAC West games, beating cross-town rival Spring Hill, Faulkner and Belhaven at home, and taking down Loyola on the road. The Rams held rival Spring Hill to 58 points to pick up the five-point win

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Donte Walker earned Honorable Mention NAIA All-American honors in 2010-11. thanks to limiting the Badgers to 5-of-14 from 3-point range and 16 points on 5-of-6 shooting from Bentley Hylton. The Rams then held Faulkner to 29% from the floor and forced 22 turnovers, while Ji Kimbrough, Donte Walker, Kevin Calloway and Hylton all went for over 10 points. Then, after a 55-51 win at Loyola and a 6367 loss to William Carey, the Rams evened the season series with the Blazers by taking a 76-74 decision. Mobile shot 50% from the floor, and Kimbrough and Walker combined for 47 points. “Four of those games were decided by five points or less, and it was good to see the team respond in pressure situations,” Niland said. Sitting at 13-10 overall and 6-2 in the division, the Rams faced five more regular season games. Wanting to finish on a positive note heading to postseason play, Mobile stumbled to a 2-3 mark, breaking 66 points only once. Mobile fell 52-54 at Auburn-Montgomery, thanks to a 44% shooting mark from the charity stripe, and suffered a 57-66 setback at home against Xavier, when they hit only 2-of-14 shots from 3-point range. Mobile did salvage a 65-53 win at Spring Hill thanks to 27 points from Kimbrough and a 22-for-30 effort from the free throw line. The Rams closed the regular season

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Despite the Co-Division Championship, the Rams were forced to play a Southern Poly team that won 23 games, in the SSAC Tournament. The Hornets won the game 70-57 as they went 7-of-19 from 3-point range compared to 1-of-12 for Mobile. The Rams also turned the ball over 22 times in the game. “Southern Poly was a tough matchup, but going into postseason play you know you will have to beat good teams and we just didn’t do it,” Niland said. Guards Ji Kimbrough and Walker each earned All-Conference honors, while Walker was named a 2011 Honorable Mention NAIA All-American. Kimbrough averaged 14 points and 3.2 rebounds per game, while Walker averaged 14.9 points and 5.4 rebounds, along with a team-high 45 steals. “Ji and Donte were fantastic all year,” Niland said. “They combined for nearly 29 points per game between them. As a senior, Donte meant a lot to the team, and he ends his career as our 4th all-time leading scorer.”


University of Mobile Men’s Basketball All-Time Records All-Time Indiv. Career Records 2,000-Point Club 1. Tramaine Perry 2000-05 2,144 2. Rene Antee 1996-00 2,040 1,500-Point Club 3. Larry Edwards 1,000-Point Club 4. Donte Walker 5. Gabe Feagin 6. Larry Burgess 7. Gimel Lewis 8. Travis Blackwell 9. Kalili Stallworth 10. Walter Fitzgerald 11. Robert Moman 12. Dennis Powell 13. Chad Applin 14. Robert Jones 15. Steve Pellan 16. Seluynn Palmer

1993-97 1,763 2007-11 2001-05 2000-05 2001-05 1997-00 1996-00 2005-07 1998-02 1990-94 1991-95 2005-07 2004-07 2000-04

1,422 1,412 1,406 1,388 1,318 1,288 1,287 1,235 1,232 1,120 1,100 1,036 1,033

Rebounds 1. Tramaine Perry 2. Gimel Lewis 3. Robert Moman 4. Steve Pellan 5. Delvin Powell 6. Donte Walker 7. Dennis Powell 8. Gabe Feagin 9. Robert Jones 10. Rene Antee

2000-05 2001-05 1998-02 2004-07 1997-00 2007-11 1990-94 2001-05 2005-07 1996-00

878 874 727 600 593 581 542 531 492 472

Field Goals Made 1. Tramaine Perry 2. Rene Antee 3. Larry Edwards 4. Gimel Lewis 5. Walter Fitzgerald

2000-05 1996-00 1993-97 2001-05 2005-07

801 732 593 519 512

Field Goals Attempted 1. Tramaine Perry 2. Rene Antee 3. Larry Edwards 4. Donte Walker 5. Larry Burgess

2000-05 1996-00 1993-97 2007-11 2000-05

1,672 1,564 1,363 1,086 1,081

FG Percentage (Min. 50 Md) 1. Anderson Ligon 1987-89 2. Robert Lewis 1987-89 3. Gimel Lewis 2001-05 4. Marcus Caster 1993-97 5. John Major 1988-90

.653 .639 .597 .592 .585

Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. Kalili Stallworth 1996-00 2. Rene Antee 1996-00 3. Larry Burgess 2001-05 4. Larry Edwards 1993-97 5. Seluynn Palmer 2000-04

251 194 190 189 183

Three Point Field Goals Attempted 1. Kalili Stallworth 1996-00 2. Larry Burgess 2001-05 3. Larry Edwards 1993-97 4. Rene Antee 1996-00 5. Seluynn Palmer 2000-04

592 541 530 504 496

Three Point Field Goal Percentage (Min. 50 Made) 1. Herman Scott 1996-98 2. Kalili Stallworth 1996-00 3. Felix Taylor 1995-97 4 Chad Applin 1991-95 5. Jason Roeder 1994-96

.464 .421 .414 .398 .386

Free Throws Made 1. Gabe Feagin 2. Tramaine Perry 3. Larry Edwards 4. Rene Antee 5. Robert Moman

2001-05 2000-05 1993-97 1996-00 1998-02

409 392 386 383 382

Free Throws Attempted 1. Tramaine Perry 2. Gabe Feagin 3. Gimel Lewis 4. Rene Antee 5. Robert Moman

2000-05 2001-05 2001-05 1996-00 1998-02

636 599 594 550 546

Free Throw Percentage 1. Jason Roeder 2. Tracy Tanner 3. Kelly Small 4. Jeff Thompson 5. Lloyd Savage

1994-96 1986-88 1989-91 1987-88 2000-01

.873 .863 .841 .830 .821

Assists 1. Travis Blackwell 2. Rene Antee 3. Gabe Feagin 4. Nate Houston 5. Derrell Moreaux 6. Tramaine Perry

1997-00 1996-00 2001-05 1994-96 2005-09 2000-05

608 579 552 328 319 310

Steals 1. Tramaine Perry 2. Travis Blackwell 3. Gabe Feagin 4. Rene Antee 5. Chris Bolden

2000-05 1997-00 2001-05 1996-00 2002-06

262 240 220 218 200

Blocked Shots 1. Gimel Lewis 2. Tracy Hector 3. Steve Pellan 4. David Ramey 5. Cortez Dunn 6. Randy Jordan

2001-05 1997-99 2004-07 1990-92 1992-94 2002-06

229 65 63 58 57 53

Games Played 1. Tramaine Perry 2. Gabe Feagin 3. Rene Antee 4. Robert Moman 5. Gimel Lewis

2000-05 2001-05 1996-00 1998-02 2001-05

142 139 138 137 136

Individual Single Season Most Points Scored Single Season 665 Rene Antee 1998-99 Highest Scoring Average Single Season 19.8 Rene Antee 1999-00 Most Field Goals Scored Single Season 245 Rene Antee 1998-99 Most Field Goals Att Single Season 476 Larry Edwards 1996-97 Highest FG Percentage Single Season .675 Anderson Ligon 1987-88 Most Free Throws Made Single Season 169 Tracy Hector 1997-98 Most FT Attempted Single Season 268 Tracy Hector 1997-98 Highest FT Percentage Single Season .880 Jason Roeder 1995-96 Most 3PT FG Made Single Season 105 Kalili Stallworth 1998-99 Most 3PT Field Goals Att Single Season 238 Kalili Stallworth 1998-99 Highest 3PT Field Goal % Single Season .486 Herman Scott 1997-98

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball All-Time Records Most Rebounds Single Season 277 Gimel Lewis

2003-04

Highest Rebound Average Single Season 8.2 Robert Jones 2007-08 Most Assists Single Season 297 Travis Blackwell

1998-99

Highest Assist Average Single Season 7.5 Nate Houston 1994-95 Most Blocked Shots Single Season 90 Gimel Lewis 2003-04 Most Steals Single Season 109 Travis Blackwell

1998-99

Most Personal Fouls Single Season 112 Chris Bolden 2003-04 Individual Single-Game Most Points Scored Single Game 46 Tramaine Perry vs. Wesley College Dec. 6, 2004 Most Field Goals Scored Single Game 18 Tramaine Perry vs. Wesley College Dec. 6, 2004

Most 3PT FG Made Single Game 8 Larry Edwards vs. Talladega College Dec. 20, 1996

Most Assists Single Game 15 Nate Houston vs. Central Methodist

Most 3PT Field Goals Att Single Game 13 Larry Edwards vs. Talladega College Dec. 20, 1996

Most Blocked Shots Single Game 6 Gimel Lewis vs. S. Polytechnic Univ. March 27, 2004 6 Tracy Hector vs. Pensacola Christian Nov. 10, 1997

Most Free Throws Made Single Game 15 Donte Walker v. Xavier Jan. 24, 2011 15 Derrell Moreaux vs. Auburn-Mont Jan. 19, 2009 15 Gabe Feagin vs. Alice Lloyd College Dec. 19, 2003 15 Adam Thomas vs. Stillman College Dec. 17, 1994 Most FT Attempted Single Game 21 Ji Kimbrough vs. Belhaven University Feb. 25, 2010 Most Rebounds Single Game 17 Robert Jones vs. Tougaloo College Jan. 5, 2008 17 Robert Moman vs. SUNO Jan. 11, 2001 17 Tramaine Perry vs. Oklahoma City March 16, 2005

Jan. 3, 1995

Team Single-Game Most Points Scored Single Game vs. Concordia College (Nov. 12, 1994)

136

Fewest Points Scored Single Game vs. Spring Hill College (Feb. 23, 2002)

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Most Points Allowed Single Game vs. Campbellsville (Jan. 3, 1991)

123

Fewest Points Allowed Single Game vs. Wesley College (Nov. 5, 2004)

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Pts Scored Single Game (Combined) 230 UM (136) Concordia (94) (Nov. 12, 1994) Fewest Pts Single Gm (Combined) 80 UM (43) TN Temple (37) (Feb. 19, 1988)

Most FG Attempted Single Game 27 Ji Kimbrough vs. Belhaven University Feb. 25, 2010

Team Single-Season Most Victories Most Losses Most Games Played Most Points Scored Fewest Points Scored Most Points Allowed Fewest Points Allowed Highest Game Average Lowest Game Average Highest Game Average Allowed Lowest Game Average Allowed Most Field Goals Made Most Field Goals Attempted Highest Field Goal % Lowest Field Goal % Most Field Goals Allowed Fewest Field Goals Allowed Highest Field Goal % Allowed

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34 17 40 3,409 1,927 2,682 1,883 85.9 66.4 78.1 60.3 1,235 2,510 .533 .409 990 626 .490

1998-99 1990-91 1998-99 1998-99 2010-11 1998-99 2010-11 1994-95 2010-11 1994-95 1987-88 1998-99 1998-99 1987-88 2010-11 1998-99 2010-11 1995-96

Lowest Field Goal % Allowed Most Free Throws Made Most Free Throws Attempted Highest Free Throw % Lowest Free Throw % Most 3PT Field Goals Made Fewest 3PT Field Goals Made Most 3PT Field Goals Att Fewest 3PT Field Goals Att Highest 3PT Field Goal % Lowest 3PT Field Goal % Highest 3PT FG % Allowed Lowest 3PT FG % Allowed Most Rebounds Most Assists Most Steals Most Fouls Most Blocked Shots

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.404 692 1,016 .717 .619 249 32 729 90 42.7% 29.1% 38.7% 30.2% 1,462 834 501 850 410

2010-11 1998-99 1998-99 1999-00 2010-11 1998-99 1986-87 2004-05 1986-87 1987-88 1992-93 2005-06 2003-04 2003-04 1998-99 1992-93 2003-04 1990-91


University of Mobile Men’s Basketball UMobile All-Americans Baseball: Joe Espada (1995-96) Jay King (1999) Kory Melancon (2001) Kevin Orso (2009) Carlos Romero (2009) Softball: Charleste Vaughn (1990, 1993) Tonya Smith (1991) Ivy Dashkin (1991-92) Jennifer Hilliard (1993) Terri Chavis (1994, 1996, 1997) Katie Mahoney (1994-95) Melissa Thomas (1996-97) Coby Cashion (1996) Nikki Wilson (1997-98) Belinda Stein (1997) Sunny Russ (1997, 1999) Tiffany Genola (1998, 2002) Ronda Richardson (1999) Summer Powell (1999) Erin Hostrander (2001) Maria Soto (2003) Missy Passley (2003) Sylvia Bedgood (2003) Denisse Fuenmayor (2002-04) Kirby Baxter (2003-05) Meredith Tanner (2004-05) Brenda Box (2003-04) Stephanie Landrum (2004) Mayret Perez (2005-06) Evelyne Pare (2005) Linden Jones (2005-06) Angelica Yrigoyen (2006) Yaicey Sojo (2007-08) Anadys Suarez (2008) Jineth Pimentel (2008-09) Leslie Pickette (2009) Men’s Soccer: Dencho Vassilev (1992-93) Kirk Trotman (1992-94) Kevin Denerez (1994) Mickey Trotman (1994, 1996) Junior Noel (1995, 1997) Lee Chalmers (1995) Norman Dotch (1995) Glenn Benjamin (1996) Paul Oyuga (1997) Boniventure Maurti (1998-99) Matt Miller (1998-99) Chris Williams (2000, 2002) Remi Roy (1999) Adauto Neto (1999-01) Dominic Schell (1999)

Ousmane Coulibaly (1999-01) James Gledhill (2000, 2002) Steven Linpow (2001) Andrew Bayliss (2002) Jamie Ferguson (2002-03) Darren Toby (2003) Brady Bryant (2003) Tommy Sarkkinen (2003) Robert Ochan (2004) Andreas Rota (2004) Thomas Wharf (2007) Caetano Lima (2007) Ruben Diaz (2007-08) Adrian Rochofski (2007) Matt Watts (2007-08) Chris Dillon (2009-10) Stephen Okai (2010) Deshorn Brown (2010) Women’s Soccer: Kellie Mitchell (1994) Irina Teneva (1994-95) Solveig Baadsvik (1995) Pam Byrne (1995-96) Nina Wathne (1996-97) Nina Ellingsen (1996) Sara Krupa (1996-97) Therese Lewis (1996) Astrid Vierdal (1997) Christina Werner (1997) Jackie Law (1997-98) Katherine Sund (1997) Lindsay Grant (1997-98) Vanessa Sims (1997-98) Carmie Landeen (1998) Danielle Small (1998) Tracy Mulligan (1998) Hedda Houghland (1998) Tina Froberg (1998) Ane Stangeland (2000) Alissa Leffler (2000) Elizabeth McGowan (2000) Silje Lunde (2000) Tammie Thornton (2000) Nadine McCorry (2001) Allison Miller (2002) Rose Clemensen (2003, 2006) Kelly Baltieri (2006) Terri McCreadie (2006, 08) Anna Maddox (2008-10) Missy Stovall (2009-10) Christy Lachappelle (2010) Volleyball: Syretta Baldwin (2007) Whitney Knight (2007-09)

Paula Stilkey (2008-09) Women’s Basketball: Bernadette Powe (1996-97) Edmarie Lumbsley (2001-02) Shanelle Stallworth (2002) Kinga Rybarczyk (2005-06) Crystal Coston (2003-06) Danielle Goodly (2009) Alice Honnery (2011) Men’s Basketball: Robert Jones (2008) Tremaine Perry (2004-05) Gimel Lewis (2005) Rene Antee (1999-00) Larry Edwards (1997) Eric Polite (1994) Dennis Powell (1994) Anderson Lignon (1989) Donte Walker (2011) Men’s Golf: Tim Brunson (1987-88) Rudy Mihelic (1987-88) Franklin Walley (1989) Mike Graham (1990) Keith Turner (1990-92) Mark Hall (1993) Phillip Nice (1997) Ewan Wilson (997) Tim Butler (1997) Peter Quigley (1997) Andrew Bayliss (2000-03) David Tuyo (2000) Graeme Brown (1998, 2001-02) Matt Drinkard (2006) Women’s Golf: Kathy Ziglo (1994-95) Fiona Young (1996-98) Maria Boivie (1997) Christine Clark (1997) Deanne Tolbird (2000) Maegan Rice (2007-08, 2010) Men’s Tennis: Andrew Batie (1992) Joakim Appelqvist (1992) Jacques Theron (1993-95) Mattias Karlsson (1993-94) Christer Fellwing (1993-94) Frank Chauzu (1993) Michael McMahon (1994-96, 98) Rickard Strom (1994-95) Timothy Smith (1995)

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Julien Chauvin (1995) Fernando Ibarrola (1995-98) Lasse Koskinen (1995) Jauffrey Faustini (1996) Dean Owen (1996) Gustavo Marcaccio (1996) Leif Meineke (1997-98) Malik Tabet (1997-98) Marcel Van Der Heide (1997-98) Roger Jung (1997) Joe Liberatore (1998) Women’s Tennis: Radina de la Pena (1989-91) Karina Macias (1989, 1991-92) Malin Lundin (1991-92) Joanne Crothers (1992) Christiana Rodriguez (1992) Petra Thuresson (1992) Marilla Andrade (1993-94) Anna Larsheim (1993) Cecilia Robles (1993) Melissa Metcalfe (1993-94) Marina Nyman (1994-97) Anna Moll (1994) Anita Pearson (1994) Marine Franchot (1995-97) Isabella Listowska (1995-97) Cassandra Mavin (1995, 1997) Martine Van der Bijl (1995) Ingrid Van Gelder (1995) Manon Buskens (1996) Martina Kopacova (1997) Sandra Groschwitz (1997-98) Tania Kovatchka (1998) Andreea Petrisor (1998) Martina Rodriguez (1998) Josy Soares (2006) Men’s Cross Country: Musa Kimeli (2003) Women’s Cross Country: Ivana Skladana (1995) Petra Staskova (1995) Zola Davis (1998) Outdoor Track & Field (M): Keith Melanson (1994) Gus Ibarra (1995) Josh Ginsburg (2000) Outdoor Track & Field (W): Ivana Skladana (1993) Petra Staskova (1996, 1998) Zola Davis (1999)

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball UMobile History 2009-10: Rams finished 17-11 overall and 10-8 in GCAC play. Season ended with a four-over time loss to William Carey in the GCAC Quarterfinals. Ji Kimbrough was named GCAC Freshman of the Year, and was joined as a 1st-Team All-Conference member by Donte Walker. Defeated NCAA I Louisiana-Lafayette 68-64 on Nov. 24. 2008-09: Finished the season with a 16-16 overall record and 6-12 mark in Gulf Coast Athletic Conference action. Upset No. 1 seed Tougaloo College to advance to GCAC Tournament Semifinals before falling to Spring Hill College. 2007-08: Finished the season with a 22-10 overall record and 15-3 ledger in Gulf Coast Athletic Conference play. Lost to Xavier in the GCAC Tournament Semifinals, but received an at-large bid to the NAIA National Tournament. The Rams lost to Trevecca Nazarane 67-58 in the 1st-round. Robert Jones was named a 3rd-Team NAIA AllAmerican after averaging 19 points and 18 rebounds. Jones and Walter Fitzgerald were named to the All-GCAC Team, while Donte Walker was named GCAC Freshman of the Year. 2006-07: Finished 19-14 overall, with a 10-8 Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Record. Lost to LSU-Shreveport in the GCAC Championship Game. Walter Fitzgerald was named 1st Team All-GCAC and Trey Rubin was named GCAC Freshman of the Year. 2005-2006: Finished 22-8 overall, with a 11-3 Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Record. Finished second behind LSU-Shreveport in the regular season GCAC standings and were ousted in the first round of the conference tourney at the hands of Loyola 68-66. Mobile finished the season ranked #23 in the top 25 poll, behind only LSU-Shreveport (2) and Spring Hill (16) out of the GCAC. Lost in the first round of the NAIA National Tournament. 2004-2005: Finished the season with a 30-6 overall record. Finished as the regular season co-champions along with LSU-Shreveport. Repeated as the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament champions. Lost to Oklahoma City University in the first round of the NAIA National Tournament. 2003-2004: Finished the season with a 29-10 overall record. Finished as regular season Co-Champions of the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference after posting a 13-5 record in conference action. Won the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament for the first time in school history defeating Southern University-New Orleans 59-56 in the championship game. Advanced to the Final Four of the NAIA National Tournament falling to Concordia University in the National Championship Semi-final. Gimel Lewis, Tramaine Perry and Gabe Feagin were all named to the Gulf Coast Athletic All-Tournament Team and Lewis was named Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament MVP. In addition, Perry and Lewis were named to the NAIA National All-Tournament Team. 2002-2003: Finished the season with a 19-13 overall record. Finished in fifth place in Gulf Coast Athletic Conference play after posting an 8-8 record in conference action. Lost in the first round of the conference tournament to Xavier University. 2001-2002: Finished the season with a 18-15 overall record. Finished in fifth place in Gulf Coast Athletic Conference play after posting an 8-8 record in conference action. Lost in the first round of the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament to Dillard University. 2000-2001: Finished the season with a 15-15 overall record. Finished the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference regular season with a 7-9 conference record. Lost in the first round of the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament to William Carey College. 1999-2000: Joe Niland named as the new head coach. Finished the season with a 24-10 overall record. Finished the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference season with a 15-3 conference record. Ranked as high as 4th in the NAIA National Poll. Lost in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Championship Game to Southern University-New Orleans. Lost in the first round of the NAIA National Tournament to Lindsey Wilson College. 1998-1999: Finished the season with a 34-6 overall record. Won the regular season Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Championship with a 16-2 mark in conference action. Lost in the Championship Game of the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament to Spring Hill College. Lost in the NAIA National Tournament Championship Game to Life University. 1997-1998: Finished the season with a 27-9 overall record. Finished as regular season Co-Champions of the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference with a 15-3 record in conference action. Advanced to the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament Championship game before losing to Southern University New Orleans. Lost in the first round of the NAIA National Tournament to Transylvania. Scott Sanderson named GCAC Coach of the Year. 1996-1997: Scott Sanderson named as the new head coach. Finished the season with a 23-10 overall record. Finished in second place in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference with a 12-6 record in conference action. Lost in the first round of the conference tournament to William Carey College. 1995-1996: Finished the season with a 21-12 overall record. Finished in seventh place in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference after posting a 9-9 record in GCAC action. Lost in the first round of the conference tournament to Spring Hill. 1994-1995: Finished the season with a 21-13 overall record. Finished in sixth place in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference after posting a 7-9 record in conference action. Won the University of Mobile Tip-Off Tournament, Embry-Riddle University Invitational Tournament and the University of Mobile Gulf Coast Classic. Lost in the semifinals of the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament to Dillard University. Head Coach Dr. Bill Elder elected to the NAIA Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame. Chad Applin and Adam Thomas named to the All-GCAC Team. 1993-1994: Finished the season with a 32-3 overall record. Gulf Coast Athletic Conference regular season champions. Became the first team in Gulf Coast Athletic Conference history to go undefeated (16-0) in conference action. Finished the regular season with the best regular season record (31-1) and the nation’s longest winning streak (26). Ranked third in the final NAIA National regular season poll. Lost in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Tournament to Spring Hill College. Lost in the first round of the NAIA National Tournament to Midwestern State. Eric Polite and Dennis Powell named NAIA Honorable Mention All-American Players. Coach Bill Elder named Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Coach of the Year.

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball UMobile History 1992-1993: Finished the season with a 23-11 overall record. Finished in fourth place in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference after posting an 8-8 record in conference action. Lost to Spring Hill College in round two of the District 30 Tournament. Dennis Powell named to the Gulf Coast Athletic All-Conference Team and the NAIA All-District 30 Team. 1991-1992: Finished the season with a 22-11 overall record. Finished third in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference after posting a 10-6 record in conference action. Lost to Xavier University in the second round of the District 30 Tournament. Kyle Cox named a NAIA Academic AA. 1990-1991: Finished the season with a 15-17 overall record. Finished in second place in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference after posting a 10-6 record in conference action. Lost in the first round of the District 30 Tournament to Dillard University. 1989-1990: Finished the season with a 21-12 overall record. Finished second in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference after posting an 11-5 record in conference action. Lost in the first round of the District 30 Tournament to Dillard University. 1988-1989: Finished the season with a 28-7 overall record. Won the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference regular season championship by posting a 13-3 record in conference action. Ranked 15th in the nation in the final NAIA poll. Lost in the first round of the District 30 Tournament to William Carey College. Anderson Lignon named as a NAIA All-American Honorable Mention. 1987-1988: Finished the season with a 31-3 overall record. Won the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference regular season championship by posting a near perfect 15-1 record in conference action. Ranked 12th in the nation in the final NAIA poll. Defeated Louisiana College 61-60 to win the District 30 Tournament. Lost to Dordt College in the first round of the NAIA National Tournament. Dr. Bill Elder named Gulf Coast Athletic Conference and District 30 Coach of the Year. 1986-1987: Dr. Bill Elder named as the first head coach of the University of Mobile men’s basketball program. Finished the season with a 18-14 overall record. Finished third in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference after posting a 9-7 record in conference action. Lost to Xavier University in the first round of the District 30 Tournament. Alabama-Huntsville, University 1-1 Alabama State University 1-0 Alice Loyd College 1-0 Allen University 1-0 Anderson University 1-0 Arkansas Tech University 2-0 Athens State College 0-2 Atlanta Christian College 2-0 Auburn Univ-Montgomery 10-15 Azusa Pacific University 1-0 Baptist Christian College 7-0 Belhaven College 38-8 Berry College 1-1 Biola University 1-0 Birmingham-Southern Univ 2-2 Brewton-Parker College 3-1 Bryan College 1-0 Campbellsville College 0-3 Central Arkansas, University of 0-1 Central Baptist College 1-0 Central Methodist College 1-0 Cincinnati Christian College 1-0 Claflin University 1-0 Clayton CSU 1-1 Clearwater Christian College 6-0 College of the Ozarks 1-0 College of West Virginia 1-0 Concordia College 7-0 Concordia University 0-1 Covenant College 1-0 Culver-Stockton College 1-0 Daemen College 1-0 Dakota Wesleyan University 1-0 Dallas Christian College 1-0

Dallas, University of 1-0 Dillard University 38-15 Dordt College 0-1 Earl Paulk Institute 1-1 Edward Waters College 1-1 Embry-Riddle University 2-0 Emmanuel College 2-0 Faith Baptist College 2-0 Faulkner University 22-22 Flagler College 2-0 Florida Christian College 1-0 Florida Memorial College 2-0 Fontbonne College 1-0 Freed-Hardeman 0-1 Geneva College 0-1 Georgia Southwestern Univ 0-1 Graceland University 1-0 Huston-Tillotson College 1-0 Jarvis Christian College 1-0 Jimmy Swaggart College 1-0 Kennesaw College 0-1 Kentucky Christian College 2-0 LaGrange College 5-1 Lane College 1-0 Lee University 1-1 Lemoyne-Owen College 0-1 Life University 2-7 Lindsey Wilson College 0-2 Louisiana College 24-7 Louisiana Christian College 10-1 Louisiana-Lafayette, Univ. of 0-1 Louisiana State-Shreveport 3-12 Loyola Univ.-New Orleans 31-6 Lyon College 3-0

Martin Methodist 1-0 McNeese State University 0-1 Mesa State University 0-1 Methodist College 1-0 Mid-America Nazarene Univ. 1-0 Midwestern State University 0-1 Miles College 3-0 Molloy College 1-0 Montevallo, University of 6-7 Montreat 1-0 Morris Brown College 1-0 New England, University of 1-0 Nicholls State University 0-1 North Alabama, University of 0-1 Northwestern Oklahoma Univ. 1-0 Oakwood College 2-0 Ohio Southern University 1-0 Oklahoma Baptist College 0-1 Oklahoma City University 1-2 Olivet Nazarene University 1-1 Palm Beach Atlantic University 3-1 Paul Quinn College 2-0 Pensacola Christian College 11-0 Philander Smith College 2-0 Piedmont Bible College 1-0 Pikeville College 1-1 Purdue University-North Central 1-0 Quincy University 0-1 Reinhardt College 3-0 Rice University 0-1 Robert Morris College 1-0 Rochester College 1-0 Rust College 1-0 Selma University 12-0

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Shorter University 0-1 Southeastern College 3-0 Southern Polytechnic University 1-1 Southern Univ.-New Orleans 37-16 Southern Tech University 2-0 Spring Hill College 32-28 St. Mary’s University 0-1 Stillman College 9-0 Sue Bennett College 1-0 Talladega College 14-3 Tampa, University of 0-1 Tennessee Temple University 6-1 Texas College 6-0 Thomas College 2-0 Tougaloo College 40-12 Transylvania University 0-1 Trevecca Nazarene University 0-2 Trinity Baptist College 9-0 Trinity College 1-0 Troy State University 0-1 Union College 1-0 Union University 1-1 Voorhees 1-0 Warner Southern College 3-0 Webber College 2-0 Wesley College 6-0 Western State College 1-0 West Florida, University of 1-1 West Georgia State University 0-1 Westmont College 1-0 Wiley College 1-0 William Carey University 32-28 World Harvest Bible College 1-0 Xavier University 26-28

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball Yearly Results 1986-87 18-14, 9-7 GCAC L Talladega College W LaGrange College L Faulkner University W Pensacola Christian L Montevallo W Faulkner University W Tennessee Temple W Piedmont Bible W LaGrange College W Pensacola Christian L Faulkner University W Stillman College L Kennesaw College L LaGrange College L SUNO W Montevallo L Xavier University W Louisiana College W Belhaven College W Dillard University L William Carey W Tougaloo College L Spring Hill College L Xavier University L Louisiana College W Belhaven College W SUNO W Dillard University L William Carey W Tougaloo College W Spring Hill College District 30 Tournament L Xavier University

64-61 79-61 73-68 92-46 48-45 67-53 64-56 91-48 78-58 87-53 73-64 72-59 70-58 67-63 81-73 54-51 71-61 59-46 72-54 64-57 76-61 54-49 59-56 75-71 74-64 78-75 86-70 60-58 75-60 66-54 76-74 92-81

1987-88 31-3, 15-1 GCAC W Flagler College 62-57 W Faulkner University 61-54 W Faulkner University 66-63 W Pensacola Christian 114-45 W LaGrange College 68-63 W Miles College 102-65 W Talladega College 102-87 L Montevallo 69-68 W Pensacola Christian 91-46 W New England 106-60 W Trinity Baptist 97-42 W Bryan College 73-60 W Montevallo 69-59 W Dillard University 82-63 W SUNO 84-72 W Louisiana College 75-57 W Talladega College 86-78 W Spring Hill College 77-69 W Belhaven College 78-58 W William Carey 96-52 W Tougaloo College 66-38 W Xavier University 75-66 W SUNO 82-58 W Tougaloo College 60-55 L Louisiana College 64-57 W Xavier University 70-60 W Tennessee Temple 43-37 W William Carey 72-63 W Dillard University 107-70 W Belhaven College 94-68 W Spring Hill College 74-61 District 30 Tournament

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W William Carey 95-46 W Louisiana College 61-60 NAIA National Tournament L Dordt College 86-71 1988-89 28-7, 13-3 GCAC W Baptist Christian 103-64 W Talladega College 71-56 W Faulkner University W Talladega College 80-66 W Faulkner University 69-59 W Miles College 107-65 W Talladega College 71-63 W Stillman College 100-68 L Montevallo 65-52 L North Alabama 79-74 W Brewton-Parker 92-80 W Fontbonne College 93-55 W Molloy College 108-42 W Spring Hill College 93-74 W Lane College 125-52 W Union College 71-46 L Bham-Southern 73-69 W Montevallo 71-52 W SUNO 73-53 W Tougaloo College 82-58 W Belhaven College 95-75 W Dillard University 90-70 W Xavier University 89-62 W Louisiana College 105-73 L Spring Hill College 72-67 W William Carey 78-68 W Dillard University 80-69 W Xavier University 79-56 L Tougaloo College 87-84 W Louisiana College 83-57 L Spring Hill College 77-76 W Belhaven College 83-67 W William Carey 79-73 W SUNO 90-80 District 30 Tournament L William Carey 76-75 1989-90 21-12, 11-5 GCAC L Earl Paulk 96-87 W LaGrange College 91-64 W LaGrange College 84-52 L Faulkner University 65-62 W Stillman College 76-70 L Tennessee Temple 72-63 W Earl Paulk College 91-76 W Faulkner University 80-52 W Huston-Tillotson L Montevallo 90-87 W Bham-Southern 85-75 W Palm Beach Atlantic 97-46 L Lemoyne-Owen 73-68 W Morris Brown 83-68 L Spring Hill College 74-64 W Montevallo 83-69 W William Carey 98-83 W Belhaven College 69-43 W Xavier University 56-53 L Louisiana College 78-75 W Tougaloo College 71-49 L SUNO 73-68 W Dillard University 79-78 W Spring Hill College 80-73

W Dillard University 93-79 L Louisiana College 74-82 W Belhaven College 85-76 W SUNO 115-89 W Tougaloo College 66-63 L Xavier University 83-74 W Spring Hill College 91-86 L William Carey 82-69 District 30 Tournament L Dillard University 82-76 1990-91 15-17, 10-6 GCAC W Jimmy Swaggart 80-66 L Talladega College 91-66 L AUM 89-80 L Faulkner University 85-65 L Faulkner University 79-70 W Montevallo 80-79 W Stillman College 80-72 W Baptist Christian 121-74 L Bham-Southern 73-68 L Troy State 99-83 W Dillard University 101-84 L Campbellsville 123-102 L Oklahoma Baptist 82-80 L Athens State 71-69 L Montevallo 58-55 L William Carey 77-72 W Dillard University 85-71 W SUNO 110-73 L Louisiana College 71-57 L Xavier University 65-59 L Spring Hill College 74-69 L Belhaven College 77-72 W Tougaloo College 79-63 W Dillard University 89-88 L Belhaven College 69-67 W William Carey 102-97 W Tougaloo College 100-60 W Louisiana College 93-92 W SUNO 98-85 W Spring Hill College 75-67 W Xavier University 70-61 District 30 Tournament L Dillard University 63-59 1991-92 22-11, 10-6 GCAC W Clearwater Christian 66-51 W Graceland Univ 95-77 W Loyola University 74-39 W Palm Beach Atlantic 94-59 W Selma University 97-81 L Montevallo 82-80 W Stillman College 99-67 W Baptist Christian 74-65 W Tennessee Temple 75-74 L Faulkner University 93-64 W Baptist Christian 95-73 W Anderson University74-69 L Berry College 85-78 W AUM 77-76 L Montevallo 91-87 W Dillard University 108-85 L Xavier University 69-62 W SUNO 92-82 W Louisiana College 75-74 W Tougaloo College 58-54 L William Carey 82-59

W Belhaven College W Spring Hill College W Dillard University W Tougaloo College L William Carey W SUNO L Louisiana College L Belhaven College L Xavier University W Spring Hill College District 30 Tournament W Louisiana College L Xavier University

76-75 72-64 62-59 71-65 81-79 70-63 96-69 94-78 73-56 72-70 84-62 82-79

1992-93 23-11, 8-8 GCAC W Clearwater Christian 75-51 W Louisiana Christian 88-73 W Concordia College 89-40 W Warner Southern 92-55 L AUM 79-77 W Concordia College 68-39 W Pensacola Christian106-42 W Stillman College 77-66 W Baptist Christian 120-64 W Louisiana Christian 74-69 W AUM 82-60 L Louisiana Christian 82-80 W Culver-Stockton 93-65 W Union College 58-54 W Ozarks (MO) 98-69 L William Carey 79-78 L Dillard University 81-72 W Louisiana College 76-57 L Tougaloo College 68-63 W Belhaven College 67-56 W Xavier University 75-56 W SUNO 74-64 L Spring Hill College 82-77 L William Carey 66-56 W Louisiana College 73-54 W Tougaloo College 71-56 W Dillard University 71-62 L Xavier University 61-55 W Pensacola Christian 79-46 W SUNO 59-56 L Belhaven College 76-70 L Spring Hill College 87-70 District 30 Tournament W Belhaven College 77-71 L Spring Hill College 70-69 1993-94 31-3, 16-0 GCAC W Clearwater Christ 104-68 W Louisiana College 91-90 W Covenant College 101-42 W Loyola University 84-61 W Emmanuel College 101-54 L AUM 71-68 W Louisiana Christian 82-81 W Palm Beach Atl 98-63 W AUM 83-77 W Selma University 107-73 W Stillman College 118-72 W William Carey 68-59 W Louisiana Christian109-67 W Tennessee Temple 86-56 W Embry Riddle 90-88 W Xavier University 64-62

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W Belhaven College 92-74 W Dillard University 97-69 W William Carey 69-58 W Tougaloo College 74-51 W Louisiana College 95-64 W Spring Hill College 69-65 W SUNO 87-69 W Tougaloo College 73-60 W SUNO 68-64 W Loyola University 68-52 W Xavier University 74-57 W Dillard University 94-77 W Louisiana College 72-58 W Belhaven College 76-73 W Spring Hill College 68-64 GCAC Tournament W William Carey 78-69 L Spring Hill College 83-67 NAIA National Tournament L Midwestern State 74-61 1994-95 21-13, 8-8 GCAC W Clearwater Christ 116-72 W Louisiana Christian 97-75 W Selma University 108-74 W Concordia College 136-94 W Paul Quinn College101-79 W Univ. of Dallas 90-62 W Embry-Riddle 110-97 W Louisiana Christian 94-78 W Baptist Christian 110-86 L St. Mary’s College 75-72 L Louisiana Christian 98-94 W Stillman College 88-86 W Central Methodist 97-83 W Lyon College 98-95 W Olivet-Nazarene 82-69 W Louisiana College 83-72 W Dillard University 81-71 L Tougaloo College 100-90 L William Carey 83-82 L Spring Hill College 67-66 W Belhaven College 80-68 L Xavier University 81-69 L SUNO 83-74 W Belhaven College 76-54 W Louisiana College 90-82 W Tougaloo College 82-79 W SUNO 91-84 W Dillard University 70-63 L Xavier University 66-48 W Loyola University 82-76 L William Carey 105-69 L Spring Hill College 76-71 GCAC Tournament W Spring Hill College 68-62 L Dillard University 62-59


University of Mobile Men’s Basketball Yearly Results 1995-96 20-12, 9-9 GCAC W Faith Baptist 109-59 W Louisiana Christian 70-65 W Faulkner University 83-79 W Southern Tech 60-54 L GA Southwestern 74-60 W Selma University 101-68 W Paul Quinn College 81-57 W Louisiana Christian104-91 W Louisiana Christian 89-79 W Baptist Christian 83-53 W Sue Bennett College 65-60 L Pikeville College 68-49 W Faulkner University 77-74 W Tougaloo College 88-68 W Louisiana College 84-73 W Belhaven College 72-59 L Dillard University 75-72 L Xavier University 82-76 W SUNO 92-84 L Spring Hill College 78-73 W William Carey 83-71 W Loyola University 115-106 L Xavier University 77-68 L SUNO 88-83 W Tougaloo College 67-57 W Belhaven College 85-65 L William Carey 83-76 L Dillard University 78-69 L Loyola University 109-108 L Louisiana College 95-92 W Spring Hill College 67-58 GCAC Tournament L Spring Hill College 77-56 1996-97 23-10, 12-6 GCAC W Dallas Christian 105-64 W Faith Baptist 85-83 W Montevallo 88-71 W Bham-Southern 65-63 W Selma University 82-58 W Faulkner University 76-73 L McNeese State 81-71 L AUM 72-48 W Louisiana Christian107-96 W Talladega 97-89 L AUM 90-77 W Emmanuel College 88-73 W Talladega 109-104 W William Carey 73-72 W Dillard University 63-57 W Tougaloo College 96-83 W Xavier University 83-68 W Louisiana College 78-61 W Faulkner University 80-68 L Spring Hill College 99-85 W Loyola University 88-73 L Dillard University 84-73 L SUNO 94-90 W Belhaven College 73-68 W Louisiana College 101-84 W Tougaloo College 71-53 W SUNO 89-64 L Xavier University 79-68 W Loyola University 95-86 L William Carey 80-78 W Belhaven College 99-82 L Spring Hill College 80-78

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1997-98 27-9, 15-3 GCAC W Pensacola Christian 91-75 W Southern Tech 113-78 W Talladega 82-71 L Faulkner University 65-63 W Selma University 100-71 L Univ. of West FL 104-96 W Rust College 92-65 W Miles College 88-86 W Stillman College 84-46 W AUM 86-80 L Oklahoma City 96-85 W AUM 90-88 W Faulkner University 70-64 L Alabama-Huntsville 76-70 W Tougaloo College 74-38 W Louisiana College 112-75 W Belhaven College 73-59 W Dillard University 82-79 W Xavier University 94-80 L Spring Hill College 93-74 W SUNO 95-81 L William Carey 71-68 W Loyola University 89-61 W Xavier University 67-61 W Louisiana College 94-82 L Dillard University 92-61 W SUNO 95-79 W Tougaloo College 80-68 W Belhaven College 80-64 W William Carey 86-58 W Loyola University 84-66 W Spring Hill College 88-81 GCAC Tournament W Belhaven College 94-54 W Dillard University 84-74 L SUNO 98-90 NAIA National Tournament L Transylvania 63-60 1998-99 34-6, 16-2 GCAC W Pensacola Christian113-50 L Faulkner University 59-56 W Selma University 96-56 W Arkansas Tech 75-52 W Faulkner University 87-67 W Arkansas Tech 78-70 L Central Arkansas 96-95 W Univ. of West FL 74-54 W Pensacola Christian 88-47 W Texas College 89-66 W Alabama-Huntsville 91-64 W Talladega College 78-62 W Dillard University 110-67 W Xavier University 83-72 W Belhaven College 99-55 W Louisiana College 59-50 W SUNO 99-79 W Tougaloo College 66-55 W William Carey 94-61 W Spring Hill College 103-71 W Loyola University 85-71 L Dillard University 87-82 W Xavier University 81-61 W SUNO 96-72

W Louisiana College 102-75 W Tougaloo College 85-77 W Talladega College 100-88 W Selma University 108-59 W Belhaven College 91-69 W Loyola University 83-58 W William Carey 93-76 L Spring Hill College 88-87 GCAC Tournament W Xavier University 84-74 W Dillard University 93-88 L Spring Hill College 70-63 NAIA National Tournament W Northwestern, OK 62-55 W Coll. of West VA 79-76 W Biola University 71-59 W Westmont College 71-63 L Life University 63-60 1999-00 24-10, 13-3 GCAC W Texas College 107-79 W Jarvis Christian 109-74 W Talladega College 83-59 W Selma University 88-65 W Edward Waters 72-60 L AUM 77-74 W Talladega College 89-59 W Webber College 84-65 W Thomas College 85-80 W Brewton Parker 79-66 W Warner Southern 62-58 L Faulkner University 63-61 L Edward Waters 72-71 W Thomas College 85-78 L AUM 77-75 W Tougaloo College 79-64 W Louisiana College 95-72 W Dillard University 72-59 W Xavier University 94-89 W SUNO 94-82 L Spring Hill College 81-74 W William Carey 67-63 W Loyola University 73-64 L Xavier University 75-62 W Louisiana College 75-67 W SUNO 101-69 W Tougaloo College 77-63 L Faulkner University 76-59 L William Carey 89-82 W Dillard University 108-98 W Loyola University 86-72 W Spring Hill College 59-55 GCAC Tournament L SUNO 93-83 NAIA National Tournament L Lindsey Wilson 52-51 2000-01 15-15, 7-9 GCAC L Campbellsville 72-66 W Florida Memorial 62-53 W Selma University 80-48 W Atlanta Christian 86-55 W Warner Southern 63-59 W Philander Smith 88-50 L Faulkner University 71-50 W Selma University 79-73 L Faulkner University 65-49 W Texas College 97-47

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L Geneva 62-53 W Lyon College 66-50 L Palm Beach Atlantic84-78 L Dillard University 74-70 W SUNO 67-65 L William Carey 80-64 W Tougaloo College 74-47 W Talladega College 82-67 L Xavier University 71-61 L Spring Hill College 71-51 W Loyola University 80-64 L William Carey 71-60 W SUNO 93-87 L Tougaloo College 65-62 L Xavier University 72-65 W Dillard University 84-80 L Talladega College 67-66 W Loyola University 88-68 L Spring Hill College 87-63 GCAC Tournament L William Carey 61-58 2001-02 18-15, 8-8 GCAC W Florida Memorial 95-92 W Daemen College 57-56 W Selma University 79-59 W World Harvest Bible78-69 L Faulkner University 80-68 W Alabama State Univ. 65-61 L Clayton College 87-76 W Philander Smith 102-70 W Texas College 85-79 W Faulkner University 86-72 W Selma University 81-56 L Life University 106-98 L Univ of Tampa 92-68 L Quincy University 89-76 L Life University 87-77 W Lyon College 77-57 L Dillard University 54-52 L Tougaloo College 81-74 W Loyola University 60-48 W Xavier University 70-51 W William Carey 81-55 L SUNO 73-61 W Talladega College 99-96 L Spring Hill College 49-48 L Dillard University 72-45 W Talladega College 93-73 W Tougaloo College 72-70 W William Carey 80-72 L Xavier University 77-68 L SUNO 74-70 W Loyola University 74-71 L Spring Hill College 51-34 GCAC Tournament L Dillard University 55-52 2002-03 19-13, 8-8 GCAC W Trinity Baptist 84-51 W Allen University 66-60 W Reinhardt College 67-66 W Oakwood College 74-62 L Brewton-Parker 62-48 W Wiley College 69-58 L Athens State Univ. 66-59 L Faulkner Univ. 90-61 W Faulkner Univ. 66-65

W Kentucky Christian W Central Baptist W Claflin University W Alice Loyd College L West Georgia Univ. W Clayton State Univ. L William Carey L Dllard University L Tougaloo College W Xavier University W SUNO W Loyola University W Spring Hill College L Belhaven College W Tougaloo College L Xavier University L William Carey W Loyola University L SUNO W Belhaven College W Dillard University L Spring Hill College GCAC Tournament L Xavier University

79-64 92-67 70-67 85-66 77-66 73-70 92-82 83-60 62-57 60-48 73-71 71-51 63-58 69-65 64-57 77-64 76-70 62-59 74-62 78-61 82-81 72-55 74-69

2003-04 29-10, 13-5 GCAC W Oakwood College 102-70 W Clearwater Christ 108-62 W Reinhardt College 77-57 W AUM 82-68 L Faulkner University 72-68 W Purdue-N. Central 98-78 W Tenn. Temple Univ. 88-65 W Faulkner University 66-63 W Mid America Naz. 98-73 L Nicholls State Univ. 81-71 L U. of La.-Lafayette 110-65 W Lee University 97-58 W Western State 82-75 L Mesa State Univ. 82-66 L SUNO 84-75 L William Carey 80-74 W Loyola University 78-57 W Dillard University 82-68 W Belhaven College 79-64 W LSU-Shreveport 89-80 W Tougaloo College 79-54 L Xavier University 80-72 W Spring Hill College 69-54 W Belhaven College 70-62 W Dillard University 65-64 L LSU-Shreveport 82-74 W Loyola University 83-58 W William Carey 90-86 W Xavier University 80-77 W Tougaloo College 73-63 L SUNO 81-73 W Spring Hill College 77-56 GCAC Tournament W William Carey 72-67 W Spring Hill College 61-58 W SUNO 59-56 NAIA National Tournament W Southern Poly 77-67 W Azusa Pacific Univ. 76-75 W Oklahoma City 75-62 L Concordia Univ 72-57

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball Yearly Results 2004-05 30-6, 16-2 GCAC W Trinity Baptist 99-44 W Wesley College 111-24 L Faulkner University 65-82 W Texas College 96-81 W Berry College 79-66 W Faulkner University 84-71 W Pensacola Christian 87-62 L Rice University 56-77 L Trevecca Nazarene 66-75 W Dakota Wesleyan 67-45 W Florida College 79-63 W Wesley College 101-36 W Ohio Southern 109-61 W Cincinnati Christ 108-60 W Dillard University 87-63 W William Carey 69-55 W Loyola University 70-48 W Belhaven College 82-56 W LSU-Shreveport 108-101 W Xavier University 98-89 W Tougaloo College 85-71 W SUNO 78-68 W Spring Hill College 91-66 W Dillard University 85-77 W William Carey 78-62 W Loyola University 83-51 L LSU-Shreveport 78-90 W Tougaloo College 78-70 W Belhaven College 89-75 W Xavier University 86-82 L SUNO 68-79 W Spring Hill College 76-50 GCAC Tournament W Spring Hill College 72-58 W Xavier University 66-60 W Dillard University 89-71 NAIA National Tournament L Oklahoma City 74-77 2005-06 22-8, 11-4 GCAC W Atlanta Christian 75-63 L Faulkner University 75-79 W Pensacola Christian 99-59

W Florida Christian 100-40 W Trinity College 115-75 W Pikeville College 62-47 L Lindsey Wilson 51-68 W Faulkner University 62-56 W Southeastern Coll 88-59 W Trinity Baptist 99-37 W Methodist College 70-55 W Kentucky Christian 96-79 W SUNO 94-51 W William Carey 95-77 W Loyola University 72-61 W Belhaven College 69-55 L LSU-Shreveport 79-81 W Tougaloo College 73-46 L Spring Hill College 71-74 L AUM 49-77 W Belhaven College 79-66 L LSU-Shreveport 67-94 W Loyola University 84-73 W William Carey 76-44 W AUM 93-83 W Tougaloo College 80-48 W SUNO 81-66 W Spring Hill College 82-75 GCAC Tournament L Loyola University 66-68 NAIA National Tournament L Campbellsville 54-70 2006-07 19-14, 10-8 GCAC W Montreat 94-89 W Reinhardt 73-53 L Faulkner University 62-54 L AUM 73-51 W Martin Methodist 81-68 W Webber Intl 73-53 L AUM 68-62 L Olivet Nazarene 53-51 W Robert Morris 51-92* W Wesley College 94-71 L Faulkner University 71-53 W Trinity Baptist 109-58 W Belhaven College 62-59

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W Xavier University W Tougaloo College W Loyola University L LSU-Shreveport 7 L SUNO W Dillard University W William Carey Univ. L Spring Hill L SUNO L LSU-Shreveport W Belhaven College L Xavier University L Tougaloo College L William Carey Univ. W Loyola University W Dillard University W Spring Hill GCAC Tournament W William Carey Univ. W Tougaloo College L LSU-Shreveport

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2007-08 22-10, 15-3 GCAC L AUM 67-60 L Faulkner University 81-74 W Concordia-Selma 87-61 W Faulkner University 87-67 W Wesley College 102-69 L AUM 90-88 W Trinity Baptist 116-48 L Freed-Hardeman 75-67 L Union University 81-71 W Rochester College 64-43 W William Carey Univ. 79-70 W Tougaloo College 69-60 W Dillard University 66-58 W SUNO 84-69 W Xavier University 64-54 L LSU-Shreveport 80-78 W Loyola University 62-43 W Belhaven College 92-82 W Spring Hill 75-60 L LSU-Shreveport 81-61 W Dillard University 69-55

W William Carey Univ.66-62 L Loyola University 67-59 W SUNO 69-54 W Wesley College 78-65 W Tougaloo College 77-73 W Xavier University 65-64 W Spring Hill 71-67 W Belhaven College 72-66 GCAC Tournament W William Carey Univ.81-72 L Xavier University 68-57 NAIA National Tournament L Trevecca Nazarene 67-58 2008-09 16-16, 6-12 GCAC W Faulkner University 55-49 W Trinity Baptist 89-43 L AUM 67-69 W Concordia-Selma 75-58 L Life University 81-88 W Temple Baptist 121-40 W Clearwater Christ 81-40 W Wesley College 74-64 W Life University 85-66 W SUNO 73-60 W Dillard University 70-49 L Faulkner University 43-48 W Belhaven College 60-58 L William Carey Univ. 57-66 W AUM 72-65 L Loyola University 57-62 L Tougaloo College 58-67 L Xavier University 58-68 W Spring Hill 55-49 L LSU-Shreveport 62-90 L William Carey Univ. 70-72 L Loyola University 79-80 W SUNO 73-65 L Dillard University 59-68 L Belhaven College 54-71 W LSU-Shreveport 86-71 L Xavier University 60-69 L Tougaloo College 50-66 L Spring Hill 71-77

GCAC Tournament W William Carey Univ. 78-63 W Tougaloo College 66-55 L Spring Hill 60-68 2009-10 17-11, 10-8 GCAC W Trinity Baptist W SE Bible College W Faulkner Univ. L Life University W AUM W Concordia-Selma L AUM W Faulkner Univ. L Loyola Univ. W Dillard Univ. L Tougaloo College L Belhaven Univ. W Life University W Xavier University L LSU-Shreveport L William Carey W SUNO W Spring Hill College W Tougaloo College W Loyola Univ. W Dillard Univ. W SUNO L LSU-Shreveport W William Carey L Xavier University W Belhaven Univ. L Spring Hill L William Carey

1991-92.............22-11 1992-93.............23-11 1993-94.............32-3 1994-95.............21-13 1995-96.............21-12 Coach: Joe Niland 1999-00..........24-10 2000-01..........15-15 2001-02..........18-15 2002-03..........19-13 2003-04..........29-10 2004-05..........30-6

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University of Mobile Men’s Basketball 2010-11 Recap Baseball: Rams finished the season 29-23 overall and 5-13 in SSAC play. Mike Jacobs picked up his 700th career victory. Sam Mahoney and Jeremy Williams named All-Conference. Williams was selected by the Texas Rangers in the 36th round of the 2011 MLB Amateur Draft. Men’s Basketball: Finished 15-14 overall and 8-4 in the SSAC West, claiming a share of the Division Title. Donte Walker named Honorable Mention NAIA All-American and All-SSAC. Ji Kimbrough named All-Division. Men’s Cross Country: The University of Mobile men finished 8th at the SSAC Championships in Alastair Stevenson’s first year at the helm. Jeffrey Caviness named Musco Lighting Champion of Character. Chase Amerson named to the SSAC All-Academic Team. Men’s Golf: Rams finished 7th at the SSAC Championships. Alejandro Salcedo named All-Conference and All-Academic, while Laile Stagner named Musco Lighting Champion of Character.

Jeremy Williams was drafted by the Texas Rangers

Men’s Soccer: Finished 17-4-2 overall and 4-0-1 in SSAC play. Won 2010 SSAC Tournament Championship and advanced to the Round of 4 at the 2010 NAIA National Championship. Chris Dillon, Deshorn Brown and Stephen Okai named 1st-Team NAIA All-Americans. Brown named SSAC Player of the Year, Offensive Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year. Jason Williams joined that trio on All-Conference Team. David Maddren named All-Division. Men’s Tennis: Rams went 6-8, 2-2 and advanced to the NAIA National Tournament for the fourth straight season, falling to Vanguard in round one. Jesus Urmeneta named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete. Jesus Urmeneta and Guilherme Lorencon named SSAC AllAcademic. Women’s Basketball: Lady Rams went 17-11 overall and 6-6 in SSAC action. Advanced to SSAC Quarterfinals. Alice Honnery named Honorable Mention NAIA All-American. Honnery named All-Conference and SSAC Defensive Player of the Year. Adrienne Mackay named All-Conference, and Anna Maddox named All-Academic. Women’s Cross Country: Lady Rams placed 9th at the SSAC Championships in Alastair Stevenson’s first year as head coach. Chynna Lee named Musco Lighting Champion of Character. Joanna Canning named SSAC All-Academic. Women’s Golf: Lady Ram golfers placed 3rd at the SSAC Championships. Taylor Kirby and Ann Nahl named to the 2011 SSAC AllConference Team. Taylor Lee named to All-Academic Team and Musco Lighting Champion of Character.

Women’s Soccer: Mobile finished 13-7-1 overall and 4-1 to win the SSAC West Division before finishing second at the SSAC Tournament. Mobile advanced to the Round of 16 at the NAIA National Championships. Anna Maddox named 2nd-Team NAIA All-American, Christy Lachappelle named 3rdTeam NAIA All-American and Missy Stovall named Honorable Mention NAIA All-American. Lachappelle named SSAC West Division Offensive Player of the Year and was joined on All-Conference Team by Maddox and Stovall. Rebekah Counce named SSAC West All-Freshman Team and Olivia Maddox named to All-Division squad. Anna Maddox and Ashley Lachappelle named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes. Softball: Mobile finished 36-18 overall and 11-9 in conference play. Lady Rams advanced to the NAIA Softball National Championships. Victoria Buie and Mayles Rodriguez named to All-Conference Team. Milagros Lozada and Jessica Rogers named SSAC West All-Division, and Rogers named to AllFreshman Team. Alice Honnery was named Honorable Mention All-American

Women’s Tennis: Finished 7-9 overall and 1-3 in SSAC play, and advanced to NAIA National Tournament for seventh straight season before falling to William Carey. Rachel Hartley and Nancy Machen named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete. Claudia Borges named to All-Conference Team.

Volleyball: Finished 15-16 overall and 5-3 in SSAC play. Kelly Sherling named All-Conference, while Katy McCollister, Alyson Kovacs and Shea McBee were named to the All-Division Team. Kovacs named Musco Lighting Champion of Character. Kovacs and McBee named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes.

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