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cNeese Cowboys Basketball TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S Quick Facts. ................ 3

McNeese Basketball

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2013-14 Cowboys

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2012-13 IN REVIEW.......43-44

‘12-’13 Final Stats......................43 MSU BASKETBALL..... 4-31 ‘12-’13 Results...........................44 2013-14 Outlook...................... 4-5 2013-14 Roster............................5 HISTORY & RECORDS.....45-57 Team Headshots...........................6 All-Time Series Records..............45 Ledrick Eackles......................... 7-8 Individual & Team records.... 46-47 Adrian Fields.......................... 9-10 Season Leaders.................... 48-49 Keelan Garrett...................... 11-12 All-Time Results................... 50-54 Desharick Guidry.................. 13-14 Postseason Honors............... 54-55 Kevin Hardy.......................... 15-16 Postseason Awards............... 55-56 Shaun Johnson..................... 17-18 All-Time Lettermen....................57 Pete Kpan............................. 19-20 Austin Lewis......................... 21-22 TRADITION..............58-61 Craig McFerrin...................... 23-24 All-Time Coaching Staffs............58 Brandon Regis...................... 25-26 Memorable Seasons...................59 Jordan Wells......................... 27-28 McNeese in Halls of Fame...........60 Jamaya Burr...............................29 McNeese Hall of Fame................61 Marcus Mathieu.........................29 Andrija Milovanovic...................30 FACILITIES..............62-64 Matthew Moss...........................30 McNeese State University...........62 Lance Potier...............................31 Lake Charles...............................63 Burton Coliseum........................64

Year in Review

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History & Records

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COACHING STAFF......33-38

Coaching Staff

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Dave Simmons..................... 33-34 David Dumars.............................35 Steve Welch................................36 Patrick Haynes............................37 Preston David.............................38

Tradition

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ADMINISTRATION.....39-42

Administration

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Dr. Philip C. Williams..................39 Bruce Hemphill..........................40 McNeese Athletic Admin...... 41-42

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Facilities

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cNeese Cowboys Basketball Q U I C K FA C T S University Information

Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lake Charles, La. Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8,900 Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1939 Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cowboys Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue (287) and Gold (116) Arena . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Burton Coliseum Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8,000 Alternate Arena . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lake Charles Civic Center Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5,500 Affiliation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA Division I Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Southland President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Philip Williams Athletics Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bruce Hemphill Associate AD/SWA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bridget Martin Ticket Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Garrett Thibodeaux Marketing Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Danielle Mayeaux Athletic Department Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (337) 475-5563 Ticket Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (337) 562-4MSU

History

First Year of Basketball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1946 Overall Won-Loss Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 981-831 SLC Won-Loss Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 304-278 (39 years) NCAA Appearances/Last . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2/2001-02 NIT Appearances/Last . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3/2010-11 CollegeInsider.com Appearances/Last . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1/2011-12 Last Postseason Opponent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Toledo Result . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L 76-63

Sports Information

Coaching Staff

Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dave Simmons Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Louisiana Tech/1981 Won-Lost (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101-116 (7) Career Won-Lost (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128-145 (9) Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (337) 475-5963 Best Time to Reach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mornings Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater/Year) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David Dumars (Louisiana-Monroe/1980) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Steve Welch (Southeastern Louisiana/1970) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Patrick Haynes (McNeese State/2006) Director of Basketball Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Preston David Athletic Trainer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brendan Abbey Managers . . . . . . . . . . . . Eric Lewis, Josh Jagneaux, La Dre Roberts Strength and Conditioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jason Little

Team Information

2012-13 Won-Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-17 SLC Won-Lost/Finish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-11/T-7th Overall Returning Starters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 (1 G, 2 F) Letterwinners Returning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 (5 G, 6 F) Key Returnees . . . . . . . . . Desharick Guidry (Jr., F, 12.6 ppg, 7.5 rpg) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kevin Hardy (Jr., G, 9.7 ppg, 6.2 rpg) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Craig McFerrin (Jr., F, 8.7 ppg, 6.5 rpg) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Adrian Fields (Sr., F, 5.2 ppg, 2.1 rpg) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ledrick Eackles (Sr., G, 9.2 ppg, 2.9 rpg) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Austin Lewis (So., P, 2.8 ppg, 3.0 rpg) Newcomers . . . . . . . . . Matthew Moss (So.-TR, C, 6-9, Anacoco, La.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jamaya Burr (Fr., G, 6-0, Ruston, La.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Marcus Mathieu (Fr., G, 5-11, Richardson, Texas)

Assistant AD/SID (MBB Contact) . . . . . . . . . . . . Matthew Bonnette Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (337) 475-5207 Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (337) 263-4822 E-Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . wbonnette@mcneese.edu Twitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . @WM_Bonnette Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (337) 475-5202 Assistant SID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pam Lafosse E-Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . plafosse@mcneese.edu SID Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hunter Bower E-Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . hbower@mcneese.edu Buron Coliseum Courtside Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TBA Lake Charles Civic Center Courtside Phone . . . . . . . . (337) 491-1525 Sports Information Address . . . . . . Jack Doland Athletic Field House 700 E. McNeese Street Lake Charles, LA 70607 www.McNeeseSports.com

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2013-14 MCNEESE STATE COWBOYS

Front Row: La Dre Roberts, Brendon Abbey, Patrick Haynes, Steve Welch, Dave Simmons, David Dumars, Preston David, Eric Willis, Josh Jagneaux. Back Row: Shaun Johnson, Keelan Garrett, Brandon Regis, Ledrick Eackles, Adrian Fields, Pete Kpan, Jordan Wells, Matthew Moss, Austin Lewis, Craig McFerrin, Desharick Guidry, Andrija Milovanovic, Lance Potier, Kevin Hardy, Jamaya Burr, Marcus Mathieu.

Don’t let the five seniors on the 2013-14 McNeese State Cowboys basketball roster fool you, this is a very young team. Of those five seniors only one, Adrian Fields, has any starting experience and that was just in two games last season. Combined, the senior class that is made up of Fields, Ledrick Eackles, Keelan Garrett, Brandon Regis and Pete Kpan, combined to play in 101 games and averaged just five minutes of play per game. With that said, eighth year head coach Dave Simmons will be looking for his youngsters to provide the strength of the team. Junior guard Kevin Hardy alongside junior forwards Desharick Guidry and Craig McFerrin in addition to sophomore forward Austin Lewis and Fields, will give the Cowboys a jolt of energy and athleticism that was on display many times last season. Hardy and Guidry have earned preseason all-conference honors and will enter the season as the top two returning scorers on the squad – Guidry with a team-high 12.6 average last season and Hardy at 9.7, third best on the squad. “Kevin is a tremendous athlete that can play multiple positions,” said Sim-

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mons. “We’re looking forward to him to step up as an outside threat to become a complete player.” Hardy, a Lake Charles native, was named to the league’s all-defense team after he ranked second in the conference with 2.2 steals per game and was ninth with 1.2 blocked shots per contest. He also averaged a team-high 4.5 assists per game to rank fourth in the Southland. Guidry, another Lake Charles homer, ended the season ranked seventh in the Southland with 7.5 rebounds per game, 14th in scoring, fifth in offensive rebounds with 2.8 per contest and eighth with 4.7 defensive boards per game. But the biggest surprise of the season was when he suddenly found his range from behind the 3-point arc 19 games into the season. After going 0-for-9 in the first 18 games from long range, Guidry stepped it up and knocked down 20 of 40 in the final 13 games. He connected on 6 of 8 from threepoint range against Central Arkansas on March 2, then knocked down 5 of 6 from behind the arc in the regular season finale at Nicholls State to propel him to a 34-point outing and becoming the first Cowboy to score 30 or more in over two years. His 50-percent 3-point

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shooting in conference games only led the league. Guidry ended the season with a team-high 18 double-digit scoring games, four games with 20 or more points, and had seven double-doubles. “Desharick really developed into an outside threat last year,” said Simmons. “He has the potential to have big night but must become a more consistent player for the entire 40 minutes.” McFerrin missed the first seven games of the 2012-13 season due to academic suspension but returned with a flourish with three straight double-digit scoring games (14 vs. Louisiana Tech; 18 at Texas Tech; 10 at North Carolina). He ended the season ranked fifth on the team with 8.7 points per game and was second in rebounding with a 6.5 average. “Craig will be expected to be a force down low,” said Simmons. “He must develop into a more consistent player and develop a more consistent mid-range game.” Fields along with Regis and Eackles will help provide depth at the 2 and 3 guard spots as well as some leadership on the team. “Ledrick is a very explosive player that can score with the best. We will


cNeese Cowboys Basketball 2013-14 SEASON PREVIEW look for him for team leadership. “Adrian is a shooting guard that will play a major role in the success of the team. He must become an all-around player for the team to have success. “Brandon is a senior that needs to make a contribution for us to have success. He’s expected to provide leadership to the team. He’s very aggressive and passionate and is a defensive player that can stop opposing offensive scorers.” Incoming freshman Marcus Mathieu (Richardson, Texas) could make an immediate impact at the point guard position. “Marcus has a very high IQ for the game,” said Simmons. “He has the ability to play a fast transition game or a controlled half-court game. He will be expected to play early during a tough

non-conference schedule.” Also looking to add to a stellar freshman season is Lewis, who finished fourth in the conference with 1.4 blocked shots per game. “He showed a lot of potential during the season,” said Simmons of Lewis’ freshman year. “We’re looking to improve his scoring and shot blocking and must continue to improve his work ethics.” Sophomore transfer Matthew Moss (6-9, 212) from Louisiana-Lafayette and a native of Anacoco, could step in to become a dual threat for the Cowboys. “We won’t have him until mid-term but he’s a big tall guy that has 3-point range,” said Simmons. The 2012-13 season featured nonconference wins over Texas Tech, Louisiana Tech and Louisiana-Lafayette as

well as road matchups at LSU, Ole Miss and North Carolina. That doesn’t compare to the nonleague slate McNeese will see this season. The Cowboys only have two home games before starting conference play and will open the season at national title contender Michigan State (Nov. 8). The Cowboys will also travel to face 2013 NCAA Tournament participant San Diego State (Dec. 21) as well as SMU (Dec. 2), Texas A&M (Dec. 14), Louisiana Tech (Dec. 17) and LSU (Dec. 28). McNeese will open the conference season with two home games beginning Jan. 2 against Southeastern Louisiana followed by league newcomer New Orleans two days later.

2013-14 MCNEESE STATE COWBOYS ROSTER NO. 0 2 3 5 10 11 13 15 20 22 23 24 32 35 44 54

NAME Shaun Johnson Jamaya Burr Keelan Garrett Marcus Mathieu Craig McFerrin Kevin Hardy Jordan Wells Matthew Moss Adrian Fields Ledrick Eackles Brandon Regis Lance Potier Desharick Guidry Andrija Milovanovic Austin Lewis Pete Kpan

Head Coach: Assistant Coaches: Dir. of Operations: Athletic Trainer: Student Managers:

POS. G G G G P G F C F G G/F G/F F G/F F F

HT. 5-10 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-7 6-2 6-7 6-9 6-5 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-5 6-5 6-8 6-7

WT. 178 167 180 178 230 180 250 212 197 200 196 189 200 210 215 235

CLASS So.-1L Fr.-HS Sr.-1L Fr.-HS Jr.-2L Jr.-2L So.-1L So.-TR Sr.-3L Sr.-1L Sr.-3L Fr.-HS Jr.-2L Fr.-HS So.-1L Sr.-1L

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL/PREVIOUS SCHOOL Pineville, La./Pineville HS Winnfield, La./Ruston HS Lake Charles, La./St. Louis HS/Nicholls Richardson, Texas/Plano East HS Baton Rouge, LA/Warren Harding HS (OH) Lake Charles, La./St. Louis HS Orange, Texas/Little Cypress-Mauriceville HS Anacoco, La./Anacoco HS/Louisiana-Lafayette Opelousas, La./Opelousas HS Zachary, La./Zachary HS/Oakland University Addison, Texas/W.T. White HS St. Martinville, La./St. Martinville HS Lake Charles, La./Washington-Marion HS Belgrade, Serbia/Koledz Beograd Houston Texas/Westfield HS Columbus, Ohio/Brookhaven HS/Gulf Coast College

Dave Simmons (8th Year) David Dumars (13th Year) Steve Welch (12th Year, 5th since 2009-10) Patrick Haynes (3rd Year) Preston David Brendan Abbey Eric Willis, Josh Jagneaux, La Dre Roberts

P R O N U N C I AT I O N S Jamaya Burr....................................................juh-mya Ledrick Eackles................................................leh-drick Desharick Guidry.......................................duh-shar-ick Pete Kpan............................................................... pahn Andrija Milovanovic....an-dre-ya me-low-van-o-vich Lance Potier...................................................... po-shay www.McNeeseSports.com

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IT STARTS WITH THE FUSE THAT THE GAME LIGHTS INSIDE US. PASSION IS EXCHANGED BETWEEN THE COURT AND THE STANDS. ENERGY BECOMES SYNERGY. OUR UNCOMMON DESIRE BECOMES OUR COMMON GROUND. BECAUSE THIS SEASON, IT'S ABOUT INTENSITY. IT'S DRIVEN BY INNOVATION THAT ELEVATES, THAT WILL RISE. AND SPEED TH THE GAME WILL BECOME FASTER, AND PRIDE WILL BURN HOTTER. IN ARENAS ALL OVER THE COUNTRY, INTENSITY WILL INSPIRE COLLEGE FANS AND COLLEGE PLAYERS TO UNITE AS ONE.

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cNeese Cowboys Basketball 2013-14 McNEESE COWBOYS

0 Shaun Johnson

G • 5-10 • 178 • So.

11 Kevin Hardy

G • 6-2 • 180 • Jr.

23 Brandon Regis

G • 6-3 • 196 • Sr.

2 Jamaya Burr

G • 6-0 • 167 • Fr.

13 Jordan Wells

3 Keelan Garrett

G • 6-0 • 180 • Sr.

15 Matthew Moss

5 Marcus Mathieu

G • 5-11 • 178 • Fr.

20 Adrian Fields

F • 6-7 • 250 • So.

C • 6-9 • 212 • So.

F • 6-5 • 197 • Sr.

24 Lance Potier

32 Desharick Guidry

35 Andrija Milovanovic

G/F • 6-5 • 189 • Fr.

F • 6-5 • 200 • Jr.

G/F • 6-5 • 210 • Fr.

10 Craig McFerrin

P • 6-7 • 230 • Jr.

22 Ledrick Eackles

G • 6-3 • 200 • Sr.

44 Austin Lewis

F • 6-8 • 235 • So.

54 Pete Kpan

F • 6-7 • 235 • Sr.

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LEDRICK EACKLES SENIOR

Points Field Goals FG Attempts 3pt Field Goals 3pt FG Attempts Free Throws Free Throws Att. Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes

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200 LBS

Career Highs 26 at UCA (1/24/13) 8 at UCA (1/24/13) 15 at UCA (1/24/13) 4 at UCA (1/24/13) 8 at UCA (1/24/13) 6 at UCA (1/24/13) 9 at UCA (1/24/13) 6 vs. Several 3 vs. SHSU (1/12/13) 1 vs. Several 2 vs. Several 37 at UCA (1/24/13)

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HOMETOWN: Z ACHARY, LA (Z ACHARY HS/OAKLAND UNIVERSIT Y )


cNeese Cowboys Basketball 2013-14 COWBOYS PROFILES

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 The word on Eackles 2012-13 Game-by-Game Stats “Very explosive player thatcan score with the best.                  Will look for team leadership for a very young team.”

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                J unior Season (2012-2013): suspended the     Was   from      to  reasons...  team following the Central Arkansas gamedue disciplinary

           

   

   

one game prior to his suspension, set career highs in nearly every statisti cal category against UCA with 26 points on 4 for 8 from 3-point range...    scored double-figures in four of his last five games played... had 18 points           against Sam Houston State one game  after scoring 15 in a winover Corpus        Christi... 13 versus Nicholls State... netted   made  his season  debut  in a win               followed    over Louisiana Tech and knocked in his first 3-pointer of the year... that up with a career-high 13 points after hitting all three of his shots from  long range to help spark the Cowboys to a win over Texas Tech.

     

            Sophomore Season (2011-2012): Had to sit out the season



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     

due to transfer rules.   

   

   

   

   

   

 

 

 

 

High School: all-state performer playing for Glen Oaks, Family  Christian and Zachary HS...also played at Hargrave Military Academy lead   ing his team into the prep national title game and scoring 20 points...MVP         of Louisiana state all-star game...once scored 57 points in a prep game to          set a school record...three-time district MVP.         





 

 

 

Personal: birthdate January 5, 1989...Communications and History  major...parents are Ledell Eackles and Antionette Victor....father was NBA   standout....brother Ledell Jr. played at Campbell University....cousin of          Cowboy assistant coach David Dumars and former Cowboy and Detroit          Piston standout and Hall of Fame member    Joe  Dumars.    





 

 

          

   

 





           

    

           

   

  





   

           

           

   

           

   

  



 

           



         

       

     

  

           

 

       







        

   

                                               

   



                 

           

  

  











  

  









   



   

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   

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   

  

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  

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       

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   



   

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   

  

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  

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  

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  

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



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  

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  

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  

  

       

  

  

  

  

  

   

   

  

  

       

       

  

  

  

   

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

  

www.McNeeseSports.com

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                 

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           

Pre-McNeese: in two seasons at Oakland University he helped the  Golden Grizzlies to two Summit League titles and to two appearances in the NCAA tournament...as a freshman he averaged 6.1 points per game    and last year he hit 4.8 per game....game scoring    highs  had him  18 points                        against Ohio, 13 against Valparaiso and 12 against Tennessee...rebound          high of nine vs Wright State.        

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 

     

   

   

   

   

     

     

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cNeese Cowboys Basketball 2013-14 COWBOYS PROFILES

20

ADRIAN FIELDS SENIOR

Points Field Goals FG Attempts 3pt Field Goals 3pt FG Attempts Free Throws Free Throws Att. Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes

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FORWARD

6•5

197 LBS

Career Highs 19 vs. ULL (12/8/12) 8 vs. ULL (12/8/12) 14 vs. ULL (12/8/12) 2 vs. Several 6 vs. NSU (2/3/13) 5 vs. Several 8 vs. Several 14 at UCA (2/11/12 3 at Toledo (3/13/12) 3 at SHSU (2/7/13) 6 vs. Bacone (12/10/11) 40 at Nicholls (3/9/13)

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HOMETOWN: OPELOUSAS, LA (OPELOUSAS HS)


 

  cNeese Basketball  Cowboys    

 

 

 

   

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   





       

 

   

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   

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  















  

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  



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









  

        201 3 -1 B O Y S PR O FI L S   4  C  OW  E 

   

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CAREER STATISTICS 

  

 

   

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   

  

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

 The word on Fields got hurt in his senior year he sat right next to me every game and got to “Shooting guard that will play a major role in the suc- learn the game. He was well on his way to becoming the team MVP and      cess team.  Must become all-around for all-district honors beforehe was coach.Fields of the   an  player   earning       injured,”   said the  the team’s success.” every position         was to have  played     on the  team  for  Rollins  his  senior  year          at    High.            Opelousas Junior Season 2012-2013: Sank double-digits for the first time in nine games when he scored 15 points after playing a career- Personal: birthdate June 12, 1990....General Studies.....parents are    best 40 minutes at Nicholls... connected on 6 of 12 from the field in the Michael Poole and Loretta Offord.                       game... knocked in double-digits 5 times this season... tied aseason-high                     by playing 28 minutes at SHSU and blocked a career-best in 2012-13     three  shots               Game-by-Game Stats       Sunday               the game...knocked in 12 points against Northwesten State last marking his fourth double-digit scoring game of the season... played  22 minutes, the most since 28 against UL-Lafayette back in December...      had a career game against ULL where he scored a career-high 19 points                      on 8 of 14 shooting career bests... sank 2 of 4 from   - also   also  long  range                long   scored   against               and tied a season by playing 28 minutes... 12 points                                  Centenary... started the first two games of the season and scored 11 points in season-opener against Louisiana College on 5 of 10 shooting... careerhigh 3 steals in that game. 

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            S ophomore Season in 31 and  2011-2012:   played  games 

 4.3 points  and    double-figures    averaged 2.0 rebounds per game... scored three times - 10 at Auburn, 12 vs. Louisiana Tech and 11 at Toledo... the 12 against LTU set a career-high... connected on 13 of 39 of his shots from  throw shooter.   3-point range... a career 72 percent free 

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F reshman  Season 2010-2011: and   saw action in 18 games    scored 12 points and pulled 10 rebounds...saw his most action in games  against Washington, Louisiana College and Southwest Assemblies....had a season high five points in victory  over Louisiana College....scored two   each in  Georgia  and   points games  with Washington, State Southwest                      Assemblies...pulled four rebounds against Louisiana College.

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                                 

 



 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

   

                                                               



                               



 

 





 

 





 

 

                               



 

  

                               

                               



 



                               

  



 

                               

                               





 



   





                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               



  

 

   

    

 

 

 





  











  

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

   

Pre-McNeese: he was one of the state’s top performers as a high school senior at Opelousas High. He averaged 18 points, eight rebounds, 10 assists and two steals per game. These were averages he posted early in the year as he was sidelined the final half of the season with an injury. He also went on to play AAU basketball during the summer and was a teammate of current Cowboy standout Patrick Richard. Adrian played high school ball for Coach James Rollins who said that McNeese has a player who can do it all. “He’s smart and he knows the game. After he www.McNeeseSports.com

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cNeese Cowboys Basketball 2013-14 COWBOYS PROFILES

3

KEELAN GARRETT SENIOR

Points Field Goals FG Attempts 3pt Field Goals 3pt FG Attempts Free Throws Free Throws Att. Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes

12

GUARD

6•0

180 LBS

Career Highs 12 at AMCC (2/9/13) 4 at AMCC (2/9/13) 7 at AMCC (2/9/13) 3 at AMCC (2/9/13) 6 at AMCC (2/9/13) 4 vs. SLU (2/19/13) 4 vs. SLU (2/19/13) 3 at AMCC (2/9/13) 1 at Lamar (2/16/13) 0 1 at Lamar (2/16/13) 19 vs. SLU (2/19/13

www.McNeeseSports.com

HOMETOWN: LAKE CHARLES, LA (ST. LOUIS HS/NICHOLLS)






   



 

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 

     cNeese Cowboys Basketball         

   

     



 

 



 

 

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   

   

   

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   

  

   

   





   

   









   



   

   







  



   

   





   

   

2013-14 COWBOYS PROFILES 

CAREER STATISTICS 

  



 

  

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   

   

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 

  

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  

                  

   



The word on Garrett  2012-13 Game-by-Game Stats “Transfer that saw limited action last year. Will be     counted on as a shooter against zones.”              





 J unior 

              

             Scored  4 points  in   minutes     Season (2012-13): 16          

of work at Nicholls State on March 9... had the best game of his career on  Feb. 9 at Corpus Christi when he scored 12 points and went 4 for 7 from the field, including 3 for 6 from 3-point  range in 14 minutes of action...  also  had three rebounds... played 13 minutes and scored five points against          Stephen 30... played oneminute each  F. Austin on Jan.    at Northwestern      against      State and at home Lamar.  

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             

 

 

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     

 

 



              

  

   

     

 Pre-McNeese: signed out of high school with Nicholls State but did not see any playing time.   



  

 

              

   

              

              

     

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              

  

  

              

              



  



              

  



  

              



              



  

                

   

              



  

              

                              

      

      

      

  



  

  







  

    

     

  









     



                             

  

     





  



 

 

  Personal: the youngest of John and Marlene  Garrett’s three chil         dren.         



  



 



 











  



  















  

 H igh 

      School asophomore  : named  all-district  as  ...Earned 



first    and  a senior at St.  team all-district, region  and state as a junior Louis High  School in Lake Charles. 







 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

   

 

 



 



 

 



   

 



   

  

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

www.McNeeseSports.com

   

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cNeese Cowboys Basketball

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2013-14 COWBOYS PROFILES DESHARICK GUIDRY JUNIOR

Points Field Goals FG Attempts 3pt Field Goals 3pt FG Attempts Free Throws Free Throws Att. Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes

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FORWARD

6•5

200 LBS

Career Highs 34 at Nicholls (3/9/13) 13 at Nicholls (3/9/13) 17 vs. Several 6 vs. UCA (3/2/13) 8 vs. UCA (3/2/13) 7 at Lamar (2/16/13) 9 at Lamar (2/16/13) 14 vs. Several 6 vs. Louisiana Tech (12/12/12) 3 vs. La. College (11/9/12) 6 vs. Bacone (12/10/11) 50 at UCA (1/24/13)

www.McNeeseSports.com

HOMETOWN: LAKE CHARLES, LA ( WASHINGTON-MARION HS)


 

  cNeese Cowboys Basketball     

 

 

 

   



  





     

 



     



  















  



  















  

            201 3 -1 B O Y S P R S   4 C  O W   O  FI LE 

   

CAREER STATISTICS 

  

  



     

  

           

  

     

  

  

  

  

  

     

School: played at Washington-Marion High in Lake Charles where he earned all-state and all-district honors...averaged 20.8 points    and13 rebounds pergame his senior season....he also led his squad to                    leaguetitles and into tournament... T he word  on G uidry      two straight    the  Louisiana   Top28                                    the  twice named the district most valuable player ...he was also named “Really developed into an outside threat last year. Has                      the potential to have big nights. Must become more Southwest Louisiana MVP....also a football letterman as a wide receiver... maintained a 3.3 overall GPA in high school. consistent player for a 40 minute game.”  2013-14 Preseason All-SLC 2nd Team 2013 All-SLC Honorable Mention  





High 



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S ophomore Season (2012-13): Led the team in both Personal: birthdate March 7, 1993 ...Sports Management major...                     Stephanie George. scoring (7.5 rpg)… (12.6 ppg)  and rebounding    ranked 14th in  the con- parents  are  Paul  Guidry  and            in scoring and was                 ference 7th in rebounding… sank a career-high 34     points after knocking in a career-best 13 FGs against Nicholls on March 9 2012-13 Game-by-Game Stats  in the regular season finale... grabbed 13 rebounds in that contest for his     7th double-double of the season... hit 13 of 16 from the field and was 5                      of 6 from 3-point range... scored in double-figures 18 times on the year                      and had double-digit   rebounds  7 times onthe  season... scored 24 points               with a career-best 6 three-point goals made against UCA on March 2...  had 19 of those 24 pts in the first half... scored 17 points after hitting 8 of    14 against SLU... recorded his second 20-point game of the season after                      he scored 20 at UCA on Jan. 24 while playing a career-high 50 minutes in                      the triple-overtime loss... pulled down 11 rebounds in that game to record                      his sixth double-double of the season... sank 6 of 7 from the field for 16 points against AMCC... just the third player in school history to record five straight double-doubles and first since the 1980-81 season... scored a then career-high 22 points against Centenary to go along with a season-high 13 rebounds... sank a then season-high 14 points and pulled down 11 rebounds at Ole Miss for his first double-double of the season... scored 8 points in the season opener against Louisiana College and had 6 to go along with a season-high three steals at LSU. 

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                               

     

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                              

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                               

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                               

 

                               

   

                               

                               

  

                                                               

                               



  

                                                                                               





   



                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

     

Freshman Season (2011-12): saw action in 31 games and made 12 starts... hit 46.8 percent of his field goals (80 for 171)... scored in double-figures eight times will all of those coming in the last 12 games of the season... averaged 9.6 points a game during that stretch... recorded one double-double (11 points and 14 rebounds against Texas-San Antonio... team leader with nine blocked shots... scored a career-high 16 points against Texas-Arlington... had 12 points on 6 of 9 shooting at Southeastern Louisiana and netted 11 points at Toledo and Central Arkansas.

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                               


cNeese Cowboys Basketball 2013-14 COWBOYS PROFILES

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KEVIN HARDY JUNIOR

Points Field Goals FG Attempts 3pt Field Goals 3pt FG Attempts Free Throws Free Throws Att. Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes

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GUARD 6•2 180 LBS

Career Highs 18 at LSU (11/13/12) 7 at LSU (11/13/12) 13 vs. Several 2 vs. Several 4 vs. Southeastern La. (2/19/13) 5 vs. Several 8 at UCA (1/24/13) 15 at UCA (1/24/13) 11 at UCA (1/24/13) 5 at AMCC (2/9/13) 4 vs. Several 52 at UCA (1/24/13)

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HOMETOWN: LAKE CHARLES, LA (ST. LOUIS HS)








 



 

cNeese Basketball  Cowboys    

  

   

   



    

  





     

 



     

   

  

           

  





     



  





  

  









  

  





  

     

  



     

2013-14 Preseason All-SLC 2nd Team 2013 SLC All-Defense Team   2013 -SLC  Honorable  All Mention       T he word  on Hardy

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2013-14 COWBOYS PROFILES

CAREER STATISTICS 

  

  

     



  

     

  





     



     

  

  

  

  

     

to rank second on the team... fourth on the squad with 32 assists... made 

11 of 18 (61 percent)from the field in three SLC tournament games and

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   

averaged 8.3  ppg in helping get the Cowboys to their second consecutive              

tournament championship game.     

   





 

 

 

 

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   

High School: played both the point and the shooting guard posi“Plays on both ends. Tremendous athlete that can play  multiple positions. Must step-up as an outside threat to toins at St.Louis HIgh School, helping that team to a district title...in his  senior season he averaged 22 points, eight rebounds, 3.5 assists and two become a complete player.”         steals  per game....was   twice named  tothe      all-district team and earned an                      honorable mention on the all-state squad....earned an academic all-state S ophomore Season (2012-13): 2nd in    Ranked the  South              land Conference in steals (2.2), 2nd in assist/turnover ratio (2.1), 4th in honor....was a high jumper in track and field and played wide receiver on  the football team. assists (4.5), 9th in blocked shots (1.2), 10th in rebounding (6.2)… Scored double-figures in five of his last six games 9... scored double and 7 of last     P ersonal : birthdate May 27, 1993....Electrical Engineering major...                      digits the last six conference games and finished with 17 double-digit         parents      Hardy...uncle   Byron  played  football   are Patrick and Sharon at scoring games on the  season... netted 14 points on 5 of 8 shooting at SLU                   on March 7... had his streak of 12 straight games with a steal come to a McNeese. halt but increased his streak to 2 or more assists to 16 after he had 7 assists at SLU... had 5 assists and 3 steals... scored 13 points on 6 of 10 shooting against ORU Feb. 28... has 53 assists and just 17 turnovers in the last 11 games... scored 14 points against SLU on Feb. 19 while tying a career-high with two 3-pointers made and setting a new high with 4 treys attempted...  came within one point of recording the school’s 4th triple-double in history   after he had 9 points, 15 rebounds and 11 assists at UCA on Jan. 24... his 2012-13 Game-by-Game Stats rebound and assist totals set career-highs... played 52 minutes - second most of any player in school history... notched his third double-double of the season... recorded a game-high 13 points to go along with 7 rebounds and a then career-high 8 assists against Lamar last Saturday... recorded his second double-double of the season after he scored 14 points and had 10 rebounds against AMCC... recorded the first double-double of his career with 13 points and a career-high 13 rebounds at Northwestern State... scored 13 points against Texas Tech on 5 of 7 shooting... scored 11 points, 6 rebounds, tied a career-highs with 6 assists and 4 steals in addition to three blocked shots against ULL... pulled down a then career-high 10 rebounds to go along with 6 points against Centenary... also dished out what was then a career-best 6 assists in the game... scored 11 points at Ole Miss... had a breakout game at LSU where he scored a career-high 18 points on 7 of 13 shooting... also had a career-high with 4 blocked shots... netted 10 points in the season-opener against La. College. 

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                               

Freshman Season (2011-12): played in all but one game and had a start... scored a season-high off 11 points twice - against Central Arkansas and Texas-Arlingotn... sank 47 percent of his field goals (43 of 91)

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                              

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                                                               

 

                               

   

                               

                               

                               

  

                               

                               

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  

                                                                                               

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   

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

     

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                               


cNeese Cowboys Basketball 2013-14 COWBOYS PROFILES

0

SHAUN JOHNSON SOPHOMORE

Points Field Goals FG Attempts 3pt Field Goals 3pt FG Attempts Free Throws Free Throws Att. Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes

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GUARD 5•10 178 LBS

Career Highs 8 vs. Centenary (11/27/12) 3 vs. Centenary (11/27/12) 6 vs. Centenary (11/27/12) 2 vs. Centenary (11/27/12) 4 vs. Centenary (11/27/12) 2 at North Carolina (12/22/13) 2 vs. Several 1 vs. Several 2 vs. NSU (2/3/13) 0 1 vs. Several 12 vs. Centenary (11/27/12)

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HOMETOWN: PINE VILLE, LA (PINE VILLE HS)


 





 

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 

cNeese Cowboys  Basketball    

  

   

   

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    

 



 



 

 

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   

     

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  

     

  



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

     

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     

  

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



  



  

  





     

2013-14 COWBOYS PROFILES

CAREER STATISTICS 

  

  

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   

  

   

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 

  



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  

                  

   



 2012-13 Game-by-Game Stats The word on Johnson “Shooting guard that can play the point position. Will    be expected to become of an  outside threatagainst   more           zones.”               











 

 

                    

 

Freshman Season (2012-13): played in 20 games on the  season and averaged 4.5 minutes per game... played 8 minutes against    SFA on Jan. 30 and scored 5 points on 2 of 5 shooting, his most minutes          since playing 12 against Centenary on Nov. 27...     had a career-game   against    where he scored career    (3), 3FG   Centenary bests inpoints (8), FG made made (2), and minutes played (12)... made his collegiate debut against Louisiana College and scored two points in 10 minutes of action... played 10 minutes at LSU and had a rebound and a steal.

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 

     



                   







                    



  

 

 

 

                    

   

                    





 

                    





 

                    



 

  

                    

                    



 



 



                    

  



 



 

                    



 

 



                 

    



 



             

                

   

 

 

                 

 

   

             



 

                    

    

                 



             

             

             

  

   

    

High School: all-district and all-CENLA honors after he averaged 22 points, 7 assists and 4 rebounds a game as a senior at Pineville High School. Personal: Birthdate is Dec. 14, 1992... son of Shaun and LaDona Johnson... majoring in general studies.

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cNeese Cowboys Basketball 2013-14 COWBOYS PROFILES

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PETE KPAN SENIOR FORWARD

Points Field Goals FG Attempts 3pt Field Goals 3pt FG Attempts Free Throws Free Throws Att. Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes

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6•7

235 LBS

Career Highs 11 at Toledo (2/23/13) 5 at Toledo (2/23/13) 7 at Toledo (2/23/13) 0 0 2 vs. Several 2 vs. Several 6 at Toledo (2/23/13) 1 vs. Several 1 vs. Several 1 vs. Several 15 at Toledo (2/23/13)

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HOMETOWN: COLUMBUS, OH (BROOKHAVEN HS/GULF COAST COLLEGE)


 

  cNeese Basketball  Cowboys    

 

 

 

   



 

The



 

word on



 

 



   



  















  



  















  

           2 0 1 3 -1 B O Y S P R S   4 C  O W   O  FI LE 

   



CAREER STATISTICS 

  

 



   

  

   

 







 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

  

 2012-13 Game-by-Game Stats 

Kpan

“Plays the post position. Will provide inside presence on   the defensive end. Strength is rebounding the basketball.          develop into   inside.”     Must a scoring threat 

 

 

 

 

Junior Season (2012-13): Appeared in 28 games on the year and averaged 5.5 minutes of action per game... had the best game as a Cowboy at Toledo (Feb. 23) where he scored a career-high 11 points after knocking down 5 of 7 from the field... career-high with 6 rebounds and 15 minutes played... just the third time this season he’s played 10 or more minutes... before his double-digit scoring game, his high was four points scored against Centenary and at A&M-Corpus Christi... has seen his playing time increase the last four games and is averaging 9 minutes a contest during that span... scored the first points of his McNeese career at SEMO when he hit his only field goal of the game and finished with two points... pulled down two rebounds and played a then season-high 12 minutes at LSU.

           

                            

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 

    

                              

                     

 

                            

   

                            

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 

                            

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 

                            

  

                            

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 

                            



 



                            

  

                            

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 

                            





                                                         



 

               

   

                            



 

                            

                         

                                     

                     

     

Pre-McNeese: transfer from Gulf Coast State College in Panama, Florida where he played in 25 games with nine starts... averaged 3.1 points and 3.5 rebounds per contest... led his team in field goal shooting with a 57.9 percentage (33 of 57) and tied for third on the squad with 10 blocked shots... named 1st team All-City in high school where he attended Brookhaven HS. Personal: Birthdate is June 21, 1992... son of Peter Kpan, Jr. and Victoria Duncan... full name is Peter Serbo Kpan III... majoring in general studies.

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                     


cNeese Cowboys Basketball 2013-14 COWBOYS PROFILES

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AUSTIN LEWIS SOPHOMORE FORWARD 6•8 215 LBS HOMETOWN: HOUSTON, T X ( WESTFIELD HS)

Points Field Goals FG Attempts 3pt Field Goals 3pt FG Attempts Free Throws Free Throws Att. Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes

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Career Highs 11 at UCA (1/24/13) 5 at UCA (1/24/13) 9 at UCA (1/24/13) 0 0 1 vs. Several 5 vs. Centenary (11/27/12) 10 vs. Lamar (1/19/13) 1 vs. Several 4 vs. Several 2 vs. Centenary (11/27/12) 42 at UCA (1/24/13)

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 

  cNeese Cowboys Basketball     

 

 

 

   

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 

The

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 

word on



 

 

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   

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  



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

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

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  

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  

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





  

            201 3 -1 B O Y S P R S   4  C  OW   O  FI LE 

   

CAREER STATISTICS 

  

  

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   

  

   

Lewis

“Showed a lot of potential during the season. Looking to improve in scoring and shot blockage. Must continue work ethics.” Freshman Season (2012-13): Played in 27 games and made 11 starts, averaging 13.3 mintues per contest... ranked fourth in the league in blocked shots with a 1.4 per game average - the top freshman shot blocker in the conference... scored a career-high 11 points at Central Arkansas (Jan. 24) and had a career-best 10 rebounds a game earlier against Lamar (Jan. 19)... blocked multiple shots 12 times on the season... career-high four blocked shots two times (vs. Sam Houston State, Jan. 12; at Central Arkansas (Jan. 24)... pulled down 8 rebounds, scored 4 points and had 2 blocks at SLU on March 7... had a streak of four straight games with multiple blocked shots (Jan. 12 - Jan. 26)... was hampered early in the season with an ankle injury... made his collegiate debut at LSU and played 16 minutes scoring four points with three rebounds and blocked shots.

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 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

   

2012-13 Game-by-Game Stats



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                           

     



                          



      

   





                           

 

                           

   

                           

                           

                           

  

                           

                           



                           

  

                           

                           





                                                       

   

                                                                                   

                           

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                           

     

High School: played at Westfield High School and led the team to a 26-11 record as a senior and a district championship... participated in the state playoffs. Personal: Birthdate is Jan. 11, 1994... son of Charles and G’edria Lewis... majoring in physical therapy.

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                           


cNeese Cowboys Basketball 2013-14 COWBOYS PROFILES

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CRAIG McFERRIN JUNIOR

Points Field Goals FG Attempts 3pt Field Goals 3pt FG Attempts Free Throws Free Throws Att. Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes

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POST

6•7

230 LBS

Career Highs 18 vs. Several 9 at Southeastern La. (3/7/13) 14 at Southeastern La. (3/7/13) 0 1 vs. AMCC (1/10/13) 5 vs. Southeastern La. (3/14/13) 7 vs. Several 17 vs. UCA (3/2/13) 3 vs. Nicholls (3/13/13) 4 vs. Several 1 vs. Several 34 at Lamar (2/16/13)

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HOMETOWN: WARREN, OH ( WARREN HARDING HS)


cNeese Cowboys Basketball 2013-14 COWBOYS PROFILES

 

CAREER STATISTICS 

  

The



  

word on



  

 

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     

 

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     

  

     

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

 

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

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



  

                                     







2012-13 Game-by-Game Stats 

McFerrin

“After returning from last year’s injury, will be expected    to be a force down low. Must into    develop  a more  con  sistent need to develop  player.  Will   a more  consistent             mid-range game.” 

  

 

          

                        

 

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  

  

                    

    

    

 Sophomore Season (2012-13): Finished the season ranked 2nd on the    team and 9th in the Southland Conference with 6.5 rebounds per game… 5th in the        league in field goal shooting (.519) and tied for 6th with 1.3 blocked shots per game…      including  15 points in the      had 9 double-digit scoring  games on the season last game of        a career-high      the year against Southeastern Louisiana in  the SLC tournament… tied with   with 11   7... it was his second consecutive       18 points to go along rebounds at SLU on March     double-double and third in his career... sank a career-best 9 field goals in the game...     scored 10 points with a career-high 17 rebounds against UCA last Saturday... has scored  in double-digits 8 times on the season... led the team with 7 rebounds against ORU on   Feb. 28... had 7 pts and 10 boards in a win over SLU on Feb. 19... has made 12 starts on   the season... tied a career-high after playing 33 mintues in a Feb. 3 loss to Northwestern  State where he scored 15 points... tied a career-high with 18 points after knocking down 8 of 9 from the field against Lamar on Jan. 19... had 11 points and 9 rebounds in a win against AMCC... grabbed a season-high 10 rebounds to go along with 8 points against Nicholls... tied a career-high with four blocks at SFA... had a 10 point outing at UNC... named the Southland Conference and Louisiana Player of the Week for the week of Dec. 10-16 after he averaged 16 points and 6.5 rebounds in leading the Cowboys to wins over Louisiana Tech and Texas Tech... scored a career-high 18 points on 8 of 11 shooting in a win over the Red Raiders... had 14 points on 7 of 11 shooting against La. Tech four days earlier... played a career-high 33 minutes at Texas Tech, one more than the 32 he played against La. Tech... was injured last Jan. 29 with a shoulder injury that sidelined him the remainder of the season... missed the first seven games of the season due to academic suspension.

 

   

                                                 



                        



  

  





 

 

                        



  



 

  

                        

                        



  



 



  

                                                                          







       



                                                  

  

 

                   



 

         

   





 

                                                 

                                                           

  

   

     

Freshman Season (2011-12): had a promising freshman season come to an end in late January when he suffered a should injury in a game against Central Arkansas... averaged 4.4 points and 3.2 rebounds per contest... sank 56.6 percent of his field goals (30 for 53) and had seven blocked shots... scored double-figures twice, both 12 points, against Texas State and Nicholls State... averaged 7.0 points a game and hit 15 of 21 from the field in the last five games played before his injury. High School: played at Warren G. Harding High School (Warren, Ohio) where he averaged 16 points, nine rebounds, two blocked shots and three assists per game his senior season... ....among the honors he earned were selection to the all-Ohio team. Personal: birthdate December 17, 1992....parents are Craig Sr. and Leta McFerrin....Nursing major...lists Baton Rouge as his home town. www.McNeeseSports.com

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cNeese Cowboys Basketball 2013-14 COWBOYS PROFILES

23

BRANDON REGIS SENIOR

Points Field Goals FG Attempts 3pt Field Goals 3pt FG Attempts Free Throws Free Throws Att. Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes

26

GUARD

6•3

196 LBS

Career Highs 11 vs. Paul Quinn (12/1/09) 4 vs. several 9 vs. several 2 vs. several 5 vs. N. Colorado (11/13/09) 3 vs. UCA (2/12/11) 4 vs. several 4 vs. La. Tech (12/19/09) 4 vs. So. Utah (11/16/09) 1 vs. several 5 vs. La. College (11/21/09) 14 vs. La. College (11/9/12)

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HOMETOWN: ADDISON, TEX AS ( W.T. WHITE HS)


cNeese Cowboys Basketball 2013-14 COWBOYS PROFILES CAREER STATISTICS YEAR

GP/GS

MIN./AVG

FG-FGA

FG%

3PM-3PA

3FG%

FT-FTA

FT%

OFF-DEF

REB

AVG

PF/D

A

TO

BL

ST

PTS

AVG

2009-10

25-0

198-7.9

21-63

.333

7-23

.304

4-13

.308

5-11

16

0.6

17/0

16

23

1

15

53

2.1

2010-11

19-0

73-3.8

7-28

.250

1-8

.125

11-18

.611

1-7

8

0.4

8/0

4

6

2

3

26

1.4

2011-12

Redshirted

2012-13

25-0

120-4.8

14-51

.275

6-27

.222

3-6

.500

6-8

14

0.6

12/0

3

6

1

8

37

1.5

Totals

69-0

391-5.7

44-142

.310

14-58

.241

18-37

.486

12-24

38

0.6

37/0

23

35

4

26

116

1.7

The

word on

Regis

“Senior that needs to make a contribution for the team’s success. Expected to provide leadership to the team. Very aggressive defensive player that can stop opposing offensive scorers.” Redshirt Junior Season (2012-2013): Played in all 9 games and has averaged double-digits in minutes the last six... scored one point at A&M in the team’s last outing... scored a season-high 9 points at Rhode Island... career-high 5 rebounds against East Carolina... averaging 10.3 minutes of action on the season but is seeing 12.8 minutes a game the last five contests. Junior Season (2011-2012): Redshirted. Sophomore Season 2010-2011: saw action in 19 games last year and scored 26 points ... scored a season high six points in season opener with Washington...tallied four points against Javaris Christian and four against Southwest Assemblies.

  

2012-13 Game-by-Game Stats

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

                         

     

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                        

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                         

 

                         

   

                         

                         

                         

  

                         

                         

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  

                         

                         

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                                                   

   

                         

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                         

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                         

     

Freshman Season 2009-2010: saw action in 25 games and wound up with a 2.1 scoring and a 0.6 rebounding average....made 21 of 63 field goals and was four of 13 at the line...three times scored in double figures...in fact, produced 10 points in each of the Cowboys first two games of the season - against North Colorado and Hawaii in the Rainbow Classic.... saw his most playing time - 21 minutes - in the season ending contest against Central Arkansas...had season high 11 points against Paul Quinn... had team single game high with five steals against Louisiana College. Pre-McNeese: averaged 13.5 points, 4.8 rebounds and 3.3 assists per game at W. T. White High...collected a lot of his points from three point range...mostly played shooting guard...second on the team in three pointers made...four letters and earned all-district honors...nominee for McDonald’s all-American team....was also a two year letterman in football, playing wide receiver....second team all-district in football. Personal: birthdate November 24, 1990....General Studies....was born in New Orleans...mother is Deidra Regis....uncle Kendall Regis played basketball at UL-Lafayette. www.McNeeseSports.com

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                         


cNeese Cowboys Basketball 2013-14 COWBOYS PROFILES

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JORDAN WELLS SOPHOMORE FORWARD 6•7 250 LBS HOMETOWN: OR ANGE, T X (LIT TLE C YPRESS -MAURICE VILLE HS)

Points Field Goals FG Attempts 3pt Field Goals 3pt FG Attempts Free Throws Free Throws Att. Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Minutes

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Career Highs 5 at LSU (11/13/12) 2 vs. Several 6 at SEMO (11/15/12) 1 vs. Several 1 vs. Several 3 at LSU (11/13/12) 3 at LSU (11/13/12) 4 at Ole Miss (11/20/12) 2 vs. La. College (11/9/12) 2 vs. La. College (11/9/12) 1 vs. Several 23 at Ole Miss (11/20/12)

www.McNeeseSports.com


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   

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cNeese Basketball  Cowboys   

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     

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     

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     

2013-14 COWBOYS PROFILES 

CAREER STATISTICS 

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   

  

   

Wells

“Limited Freshmen action. Opportunity to play early in a tough non-conference schedule. Will need to step-up for early team success.” Freshman Season (2012-13): Played in 28 games and averaged 6.5 minutes per game... scored a career-high five points at LSU (Nov. 13) and against against Texas-Tyler (Dec. 3)... pulled down a careerhigh four rebounds at Ole Miss (Nov. 20)... saw double-digits in minutes played the first six games but action dwindled under 10 minutes of play from then on. High School: named District 20-4A Defensive Player of the Year and Orange Leader All-Area First Team as a member of Little CypressMauriceville... All-KOGT team... all-tournament at the Hardin-Jefferson and East Chambers tournaments... averaged 12.7 points, 7.8 rebounds and 2.5 blocked shots per game.

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                   

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2012-13 Game-by-Game Stats

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                            

     

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                           

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                            

 

                            

   

                            

                            

                            

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                            

                            

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  

                            

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                                                         

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     

Personal: Birthdate is Nov. 21, 1993... son of Jennie Wells... majoring in business.

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JAMAYA BURR

FRESHMAN GUARD 6•0 167 LBS

2013-14 COWBOYS PROFILES MARCUS MATHIEU

HOMETOWN: RUSTON, LA (RUSTON HS)

The word on Burr “Point guard who can run a ball club and has a great feel for the game. Will be a ture leader as he adjusts to the college game.” High School: All-state and all-district player for Ruston High School... 4-year letterman who averaged 18.4 points, 5.1 assists and 3.4 rebounds per game as a senior... 12.3 ppg, 3.2 apg, 2.2 rpg his junion season... 12.4 ppg, 2.2 apg, 2.1 rpg as a sophomore... three-year starter. Personal: Birthdate Sept. 6, 1995... son of Harry Scott and Anissa Burr... has a brother, Taylor... nickname is Molly... majoring in athletic training.

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FRESHMAN GUARD 5•11 178 LBS

HOMETOWN: RICHARDSON, T X (PLANO EAST SENIOR HS)

The word on Mathieu “Point guard with very high IQ for the game. Has the ability to play a fast transition game or a controlled half-court game. Will be expected to play early during a tough non-conference schedule.” High School: Three-time all-district... two-time team captain... team MVP as a junior and senior... four-year varsity starter at point guard... started as a freshman at Grand Prairie High School before transferring to Plano East Sr. HS his sophomore season... helped lead team to district title in 2013 and to the regional tournament where they fell in the regional semifinals... named all-tournament team at the Dallas ISD Coca-Cola Tournament and Garland ISD Coca-Cola Tournament... team leader in assist (3.8), scoring (10.9), 3-point field goals made (49), and free throw percentage... senior year, team finished with a 30-6 record and ranked in the national polls... played summer AAU ball for the Dallas Seawolves... graduated with a 3.4 grade point average. Personal: Birthdate May 5, 1995... son of Troy and Cabrina Mathieu... has three sisters - Jamie, Kellie and Lindsey... father attended McNeese State in 1983... undecided on a major.

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2013-14 COWBOYS PROFILES MATTHEW MOSS ANDRIJA MILOVANOVIC FRESHMAN GUARD/FORWARD 6•6 213 LBS

HOMETOWN: BELGR ADE, SERBIA (KOLEDZ BEOGR AD HS)

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SOPHOMORE-TR CENTER 6•9 212 LBS

HOMETOWN: ANACOCO, LA (CHARIS PREP • ULL)

The word on Milovanovic “ A 6’6” newcomer, that plays the 3/4 positions. Outside shooter that will provide outside threat.”

The word on Moss “Transfer that will suit up mid-term. 6’10” that has 3-pt. range. Must become a better rebounder to add to his game.”

High School: Played the 3-guard position for Koledz Beograd in Belgrade, Serbia... tough, inside physical game in addition to a nice outside shot.

Pre-McNeese: Signed out of high school with Louisiana-Lafayette but did not play any minutes... transferred to McNeese after the fall 2012 semester.

Personal: Birthdate Sept. 4, 2003... son of Dragan and Andrijana Milovanovic... one sister, Nina... majoring in business.

High School: Averaged 14 points and seven rebounds a game at Charis Prep, helping team to a 38-3 and the national prep school national title under head coach Carlos Peralta... three-time all-state selection at Anacoco High, playing for coach Kevin Jeane... earned first team all-state honors as a sophomore and was an honorable mention pick as a junior and senior... earned district MVP honors after averaging 19.5 points and 8.5 rebounds as a senior... scored more than 2,600 points, grabbed 1,200 rebounds and set the school record for blocked shots during his career, helping team to an 83-52 record... four-time all-district honoree, earning first team mention in each of his final three seasons... McDonald’s All-America nominee as a senior... played in the Louisiana High School Coaches Association All-Star game as a senior. Personal: Born Feb. 8, 1993 in Anacoco, La... son of Steven and Jeannette Moss... has one sister (Jordan)... was active in the 4-H in high school... sports management major.

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LANCE POTIER

FRESHMAN GUARD/FORWARD 6•5 189 LBS

HOMETOWN: ST. MARTINVILLE, LA (ST. MARTINVILLE HS)

The word on Potier “ Freshmen with the potential to play multiple positions. 6’5” wing that has a tremendous upside.” High School: Earned first team all-district, first team all-district defense and first team Best of the Teche as a senior at St. Martinville High School... led his team to the parish championships in 2010, 2011 and 2012... averaged 22.1 points, 6.0 rebounds, 6.3 assists and 3.5 blocked shot per game as a senior... played both the shooting guard and strong forward positions... graduated with honors. Personal: Birthdate Dec. 19, 1994... son of Lincoln and Mary Potier... on brother, Trevor... undecided on a major.

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On February 7, 2013 following a 59-58 overtime win at Sam Houston State, McNeese State became the first school in the history of the Southland Conference to win 300 league games. Prior to the Central Arkansas game on March 2, McNeese head coach Dave Simmons was presented a game ball by Southland Conference Commissioner Tom Burnett.


cNeese Cowboys Basketball 2 0 1 3 - 1 4 C oac h in g S taff DAVE SIMMONS • Head Coach

Louisiana Tech, 1981 7th Season at McNeese (101-116); 9th Season Overall (128-145)

2011 Southland Conference Coach of the Year 2011 & 2012 Tommy Joe Eagles Memorial Award Coach of the Year Throughout his seven seasons as the head coach of the McNeese State Cowboys, Dave Simmons has etched his name not only in the McNeese record book but also the Southland Conference history guide. In 2012-13, Simmons coached the Cowboys to a Southland Conference first when his team defeated Sam Houston State 59-58 in overtime on Feb. 7. That win marked the 300th conference win for the Cowboys – the first league team in history to reach the milestone. Also last season, Simmons became just the fourth head coach in school history to reach the 100-win milestone at McNeese after a 91-88, double-overtime victory at Nicholls State in the regular season finale on March 9. And two years ago, Simmons did something for McNeese State that no other head coach in school history has ever done – take his teams to national postseason tournaments in back-to-back years (2011 National Invitational Tournament and the 2012 CollegeBasketballInsider.com tourney.

The Simmons File PERSONAL Born: Hometown: Married: Children:

July 24, 1959 DeRidder, La. Wife Elaine Marie Desmond, David, Deon

EDUCATION 1977-85 Louisiana Tech • M.S. Health & Physical Education • B.S. Health & Physical Education • Minor in Business Education COACHING CAREER ‘94-’95 Edward Waters ‘95-’96 Edward Waters ‘06-’07 McNeese State ‘07-’08 McNeese State ‘08-’09 McNeese State ‘09-’10 McNeese State ‘10-’11 McNeese State ‘11-’12 McNeese State ‘12-’13 McNeese State Total 9 Seasons

16-13 11-16 15-17 13-16 11-18 10-20 21-12 17-16 14-17 128-145

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cNeese Cowboys Basketball 2 0 1 3 - 1 4 C oac h in g S taff That kind of production led to the Louisiana Association of Basketball Coaches to award Simmons the Tommy Joe Eagles Memorial Award as the state’s major college coach of the year two years straight in 2011 and 2012. In the 2010-11 season, Simmons guided the Cowboys to their first Southland Conference regular season championship since the 2001-02 season, and led the team into the National Invitational Tournament where it hosted Boston College, and last season, he led the Pokes to their second straight conference tournament title game appearance and later took part in the CollegeInsider.com tournament. McNeese did make back-to-back postseason appearances in 2000-01 (NIT) and 2001-02 (NCAA) but that was under two different head coaches (Ron Everhart and Tic Price). The 20-win season Simmons’ Cowboys produce in 2010-11 was also the first for the school in nine years and the 15-2 home record was one of the very best. McNeese knocked on the 20-win door once again last year where the 17-win season saw four games where the Cowboys came up short by four points or less. Simmons has hit some high spots during his career at McNeese, both as head coach and assistant coach. As a former assistant at McNeese (in the late 1980s on the staff of Steve Welch), the Cowboys won the league’s tournament title and participated in the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history. He earned the SLC coach of the year honor as well as that for the state of Louisiana in 2011 and was also named the district coach of the year by the National Association of Basketball Coaches. He’s now 101-116 in seven seasons with the Cowboys and is 128-145 in nine seasons overall. Simmons was also on the staffs at Northwestern State and Louisiana Tech when those two teams won league titles and played in the NCAA tournament, and an assistant at Delta State when it played post season. He was an assistant coach at Louisiana Tech when the team went to the NIT Final Four and made two NCAA appearances. He was an assistant at Delta State when it won 24 games and appeared in the Division II Final Four and he was an assistant at Northwestern State when the Demons won back-to-back league crowns, participated in the NCAA and gave the SLC a first round NCAA victory for the first time since the 1980s. During a 29-year career Simmons has coached more than 20 players who have gone on to play in the professional ranks including Karl Malone. He is a member of the Louisiana Basketball Hall of Fame, having been inducted for his playing career at Louisiana Tech and he is one of the few current collegiate head coaches in the nation who scored more than 1,500 points during their playing careers. At Tech he was the team captain and team MVP and in 1981 ranked fifth in the nation in free throw shooting. He still holds the school record for free throw accuracy in a single season and for career free throw accuracy. A native of DeRidder, he and his wife Elaine Marie have three children, Desmond, David and Deon.

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Coaching Highlights 2011-12 head coach McNeese State (17-16, CBI)... team played in 2nd consecutive national postseason tournament and second straight conference tourament championship game... Tommy Joe Eagles Memorial Award recipient as the state of Louisiana’s major college coach of the year. 2010-2011 head coach McNeese State (21-12, SLC Champion, NIT) ...team wins 10 of last 13 games... Tommy Joe Eagles Memorial Award recipient. 2006-2007 head coach McNeese State ( t e a m wins last three games and six of last seven to finish second in league standings; advance to semifinal round of league tournament 2005-2006 assistant coach Northwestern State (26-8, SLC Champion, SLC tournament champion, won first game of NCAA tournament) 2004-2005 assistant coach Northwestern State (SLC Champion) 2000-2001 assistant coach Northwestern State (SLC tournament champion, NCAA tournament; 1-0 as interim head coach) 1994-1995 head coach Edward Waters College (27-29 overall; EIAC semifinals) 1988-1989 assistant coach McNeese State (SLC tournament champions, NCAAtournament) 1986-1987 assistant coach Delta State(Division II Final Four) 1985-1986 assistant coach Louisiana Tech (NIT Final Four) 1984-1985 assistant coach Louisiana Tech (SLC champion, NCAA second round) 1983-1984 assistant coach Louisiana Tech (NCAA second round) Playing Highlights 2006 Named to the Louisiana Association of Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame as a player 1977-1981 Louisiana Tech University(team captain, team MVP, 5th in nation in free throw shooting in 1981; holds school record for free throw accuracy in single season and for career free throw accuracy; three time all-SLC; scored 1,563 career points)


cNeese Cowboys Basketball 2 0 1 3 - 1 4 C oac h in g S taff DAVID DUMARS • Assistant Coach Louisiana-Monroe, 1980 13th Season at McNeese

Has been a collegiate basketball and football assistant coach Earned All-Pro honors as a DB in football David Dumars has been a member of the

The Dumars File PERSONAL Born: Hometown: Married: Children:

January 21, 1957 Natchitoches, La. Wife Marsha Davique, LaTasha

EDUCATION 1976-80 Louisiana-Monroe • Bachelor’s in General Studies • Minor in Business COACHING CAREER ‘89-’99 Southeast Missouri (Football) ‘00-’present McNeese State (asst. basketball) PLAYING CAREER ‘76-’79 Football - ULM (4-year starter as a wide receiver then a defensive back; earned all-conference and pre-season all-America honors) ‘80-’81 Montreal (CFL) ‘82 New York Jets (NFL) ‘83-’85 Denver, Birmingham (USFL)

McNeese State coaching staff throughout the 2000s, and he’s in his 13th season as an assistant coach. During his period as an assistant coach he has helped guide the Cowboys to three league titles and participate in the NCAA, NIT, and CollegeInsider.com post season tournaments. His early career in the coaching profession, however, was as a football coach, having spent 11 years as an assistant on the staff at Southeast Missouri State. He played basketball in high school and coached it in high school and is the older brother of former McNeese State all-American and allpro Joe Dumars who is now president of the Detroit Pistons. The 56-year old Cowboy coach works with the Cowboy post players and is one of the Southland Conference’s premier recruiters. He is a former professional football player, having played for the New York Jets in the NFL, for Montreal in the CFL and for Denver and Birmingham in the USFL. Two years running he was an all-pro selection as a strong safety for Denver, leading the league in pass interceptions with eight and with a return average of 34 yards. A 1980 graduate of Louisiana-Monroe, Dumars was a standout player for the Warhawks and began his coaching career at Tallulah (LA) High in 1987. He and his wife Marsha have two children Davique and LaTasha - and two grandchildren.

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cNeese Cowboys Basketball 2 0 1 3 - 1 4 C oac h in g S taff STEVE WELCH • Assistant Coach

Southeastern Louisiana, 1970 12th Season at McNeese; 5th since returning in 2009

Led McNeese to the 1989 SLC Tournament championship and first-ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament

Steve Welch returned to the coaching ranks five years ago, brought out of retirement by the opportunity to coach with his former assistant coach Dave Simmons. The former Cowboy head coach was also a long time assistant at both Louisiana Tech and Southeastern Louisiana during his career. He is coaching all aspects of the game for the Cowboys and is also recruiting. One of the nation’s top recruiters when he was a member of the Louisiana Tech staff (he signed Karl Malone and Randy White) The Welch File Welch spent seven seasons as the McNeese PERSONAL State head coach, winning 76 games along Born: September 27, 1949 with a conference tournament title. His Hometown: Lafayette, La. team also competed in the NCAA tournaMarried: Wife Judi ment almost knocking off then nationally Children: Brett, Todd ranked Illinois in an opening game. Among the Cowboy standouts on those EDUCATION Welch teams in the late 1980s and early 1968 Lee Junior College 1990s were Anthony Pullard, Martin Yokum, 1970 Southeastern Louisiana Michael Cutright and Terry Griggley. • Bachelor in Education 1972 Southeastern Louisiana “Ever since Dave (Simmons) came back • Masters in Education to town, we’ve talked about me coming back and helping out,” the coach said on his COACHING CAREER return. “I had retired once and then thought ‘71-’73 Southeastern La. graduate assistant about retiring again until Dave asked me to ‘73-’74 Lafayette High School Head Coach come help out,” Welch said. ‘74-’79 Southeastern La. Assistant Coach Welch had spent 12 years as the assis‘79-’87 Louisiana Tech Assistant Coach tant director of intramurals at the university ‘88-’94 McNeese Head Coach after leaving the coaching ranks. ‘09-present McNeese Assistant Coach The McNeese coach and his wife Judi, who is a retired school teacher, have two PLAYING CAREER ‘67-’68 Lee Junior College sons and five grandchildren. ‘69-’70 Southeastern La. point guard Dr. Brett Welch is an assistant professor All-Region and All-Academic in education at McNeese while Dr. Todd Welch is a periodonist in Jackson, TN. OTHER Past president of LA Basketball Coaches Association

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cNeese Cowboys Basketball 2 0 1 3 - 1 4 C oac h in g S taff PATRICK HAYNES • Assistant Coach McNeese State, 2008 4th Season at McNeese

The Haynes File PERSONAL Born: November 19, 1984 Hometown: New Orleans, La. EDUCATION 2008 McNeese State University • Business and General Studies COACHING CAREER ‘06-present McNeese Assistant Coach HIGH SCHOOL PLAYING CAREER ‘99-’02 St. Augustine High School Basketball and tennis

Started his McNeese career as the Director of Basketball Operations under former head coach Tic Price Patrick Haynes is now in his fourth season as a full time assistant coach with the Cowboys. He had previously served as director of basketball operations and has come up through the ranks. Among his duties with the Cowboys are recruiting, on floor coaching as well as serving as the team’s video coordinator, travel coordinator and overseeing the team managers and facilities. An outstanding student, Haynes spent five seasons as the head manager for the basketball team, working under current head coach Dave Simmons and former head coach Tic Price. A native of New Orleans, he is a graduate of St. Augustine High School where he was both a basketball and tennis athlete. At McNeese State he majored in both Business and General Studies and obtained his degrees in 2008. Haynes has also served as a counselor at summer basketball camps under present coach Simmons and former coach Price.

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cNeese Cowboys Basketball 2 0 1 3 - 1 4 C oac h in g S taff PRESTON DAVID • Director of Basketball Operations McNeese State, 2011 2nd Season at McNeese

The David File PERSONAL Born: February 21, 1989 Hometown: Farmer’s Branch, Texas EDUCATION 2011 2013

McNeese State University • Bachelor’s in General Studies McNeese State University • Master’s of Science in Exercise Physiology

COACHING CAREER ‘11-’12 McNeese Graduate Assistant Coach ‘12-’present Director of Basketball Operations HIGH SCHOOL PLAYING CAREER ‘04-’07 R.L. Turner High School

Four-year player for the Cowboys before joining staff last seaosn as graduate assistant. First season as Director of Operations. Preston David turned a four-year playing career for the Cowboys into a graduate assistant position and now is the Director of Basketball Operations for the program. As the director of ops, Preston handles everything from film exchange to helping coordinate travel plans. He also helps coach the posts and centers. A native of Farmer’s Branch, Texas, Preston played for the Cowboys from 2008-2011, appeared in 87 games with 20 starts, scored 172 career points with 168 rebounds and had 66 career blocked shots. In his senior season, the Cowboys finished 21-12 and won their first conference championships in nine years and participated in the postseason NIT tournament where they hosted but fell to Boston College in the first round. Preston led the team with 43 blocked shots that season and ranked third with 105 rebounds. Preston received his bacholor’s degree in general studies in the spring of 2011 and received a Master’s of Science degree in exercise physiology this past December. In high school, he averaged 12 points, seven rebounds and two blocked shots per game at R.L. Turner High School. An all-district player, the was named the team’s athlete of the year and team captain as a senior and was presented the Roy Gravely Outstanding Athlete Award. Born on Feb. 21, 1989, he is the son of Lloyd and Keva McNeal David. His sister, Severina, played volleyball at Sam Houston State and UT Dallas.

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Dr. Philip C. Williams University President

Dr. Williams earned his Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of North Carolina, graduating with honors in history. He earned his law degree at the Columbia University School of Law in New York City. During the course of his legal profession, he practiced corporate law and served as administrative vice president and counsel for Sea World, Inc. During the 1980’s he and his wife Sandra were active writers, publishing a series of children’s mysteries, adult mysteries, and non-fiction works. In 1994, Dr. Williams returned to Chapel Hill to earn his M.P.H. and Ph.D. degrees in Health Policy and Administration. He served for one year as a post-doctoral research fellow at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, then accepted a faculty position at Gardner-Webb University in North Carolina, where he taught health law and management courses in the College of Business and was appointed to serve as Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs. He joined the staff of Methodist University in Fayetteville, North Carolina in 2003 as Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College, and in 2006 he became President of the University of Montevallo in Alabama. In the spring of 2010 he was selected to serve as the 6th President of McNeese State University. Since his arrival at McNeese, he has presided over the development of a new strategic plan, which features the promotion of innovative teaching and learning, regional partnerships, service-learning opportunities, applied research, cultural engagement, and athletic excellence. He has frequently stated his desire for McNeese to play an active role in the civic and economic renaissance likely to transform Southwest Louisiana over the next five years.

McNeese Facts • Established in 1939, McNeese State has an enrollment of 8,900. The university is located in Lake Charles, a city with a population of 90,000. The city is located in the Southwest corner of the state, 30 miles north of the Gulf of Mexico and 30 miles east of the Texas-Louisiana border. • In 1993, the Pulitzer Prize for fiction was awarded to Dr. Robert Olen Butler, then a member of the university’s Department of Languages. • Among former McNeese athletes who have gone on to professional stardom have been basketball’s Joe Dumars (Detroit, now president of basketball operations), baseball’s Ray Fontenot (New York Yankees) and football’s Kerry Joseph (Canadian Football League). • McNeese is the first public university in the state to offer a concentration in Forensic Chemistry • McNeese now has seven Senior Fulbright Scholars on its faculty that have traveled to Greece, Finland, Moldova, Romania, Rwanda, China and Korea. • The College of Nursing is nationally accredited by the National League of Nursing and continually has a high passing rate on the nursing licensing examination. • The College of Business has an intership program which places students nationwide. Dr. Williams at the dedication of the new “The Cowboy” statue greeting fans near the entrance of the • McNeese offers a degree in Athletic Training. Jack V. Doland Field House.

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Bruce Hemphill Athletic Director

Bruce Hemphill, former associate athletics director at the University of Wyoming and assistant to the athletics director at the University of North Carolina, was named McNeese State athletics director on Aug. 15. He is the 9th athletics director in McNeese history. “It is rare to have one candidate pull head and shoulders away from all applicants so early in the search process,” McNeese President Dr. Philip Williams said. “Bruce is a unique find and meets every criteria that we were seeking in an athletics director. “He understands the role athletics plays in the larger university environment and he understands the difficulty we face with the athletic budget and the importance of increasing revenue through private sources and auxiliary means,” Williams said. “I am deeply honored and excited to be given the responsibility to lead the athletics department at this great university,” Hemphill said. “I plan to immerse myself in the history of McNeese State University and McNeese athletics and to meet with as many people as possible to determine what is good for McNeese.” The Sulphur, La., native has 24 years administrative experience at the collegiate and high school levels. He supervised 10 of 17 programs offered at a major Division 1 university and was responsible for budget oversight, game operations, facilities, personnel, compliance, team travel and recruiting. He earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Louisiana State University where he was a three-year letterman in football and won All-Academic Southeast Conference honors at wide receiver. His professional experience began at LSU where he was a graduate assistant and assistant football coach. In 1984, after serving as the supervisor for health and physical education for the Louisiana Department of Education, he returned to collegiate athletics and served for two years as an assistant football coach at Louisiana Tech University. In 1987 he became the recruiting coordinator at North Carolina State University. From 1989-1990 he served as the assistant recruiting coordinator at the University of South Carolina. He joined the athletics department staff at the University of North Carolina in 1990 and served eight years as assistant to the athletics director and director of recruiting. From 19992003 he was associate athletics director at the University of Wyoming. In 2003 he returned to North Carolina and accepted a position as athletics director at a 4A high school, the largest classification in the state. Quotes from colleagues about Bruce Hemphill: “McNeese has hired the perfect fit in Bruce Hemphill. He is from Southwest Louisiana and he will bring the community together around McNeese athletics. Bruce understands what it takes to build a successful Division I athletics program. He has exceptional people skills and he is a great leader and motivator. He is a fundraiser and he will build support for the program. Bruce is a professional and kind of person McNeese needs. He is a terrific choice!” - Lee Moon, Director of Athletics - University of North Florida; Former Athletics Director - University of Wyoming “McNeese hit a home run with Bruce Hemphill! A great plus for Bruce is that he is from Louisiana, played football at LSU and worked at LSU and Louisiana Tech. He knows what it takes to build a successful program and he will lead the McNeese athletics department in the right direction. I have known Bruce since 1982 and our paths have crossed several times. He has held a wide range of positions in collegiate athletics from recruiting to administrative and he knows how to get things done. Bruce understands the role that athletics plays in the overall success of the university. He is a people person and he will do a great job with fundraising and moving the McNeese athletics department forward. He is without a doubt the best choice for the McNeese athletics director!” - Carl Torbush, Head Football Coach - East Tennessee State University; Former Head Football Coach - University of North Carolina “What a tremendous opportunity for Bruce. Bruce has a wealth of experience at a lot of different levels in athletics. He has great integrity and loyalty. I know he’s very excited about being the athletics director at McNeese, with his ties to South Louisiana this is a perfect fit.” - Mack Brown, Head Football Coach - University of Texas; Former Head Football Coach - University of North Carolina “Bruce is an excellent choice to lead McNeese athletics. He is a ‘can do’ guy and during his time at Wyoming I was impressed with his professionalism, people skills and positive outlook. He has an effective public presence and was very engaged with fundraising. Bruce will build support for McNeese State University and McNeese athletics.” - Dr. Philip Dubois, Chancellor - University of North Carolina Charlotte; Former President - University of Wyoming

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Bridget Martin

Interim AD/Compliance/SWA Bridget Martin is in her 10th year as the university’s associate

In her first stint at McNeese, Mayeaux developed marketing plans for football, baseball, softball, and men’s and women’s basketball. She also managed and directed all social media outlets which saw its followers increase by 83% and “likes” by 151%. She managed the “Blue Blaze” student rewards program, created and developed weekly YouTube productions, coordinated Rowdy’s JV Team kids club, helped design game programs and media guide covers as well as schedule cards, assisted in all ticketing operations athletic director and is also in her 11th year as the coordinator of including single-game, group and season ticket sales, and performed game day operations compliance for the McNeese State athletic department. She also and facility duties. serves as the senior woman administrator for the university. Mayeaux is a 2011 graduate and women’s soccer student athlete of the University of A native of Lake Arthur, Martin had served as the McNeese women’s basketball North Carolina at Charlotte with a bachelor’s degree in marketing and a minor in history. coach. She began her sport marketing career at Dulins Sports Academy where she designed mar During an 11 year period she served as head basketball coach for seven seasons and keting plans and managed three summer soccer camps. four seasons as co-head coach. She is a graduate of Louisiana Tech and coached St. Louis Prior to her internship at McNeese, she worked as an intern for the London Knights High (Lake Charles) to a state title in 1988-89. Hockey team of the OHL and assisted with marketing plans for game day operations and She serves on the NCAA compliance cabinet committee and various Southland worked with social media. Conference committees and was recently selected as vice president of the league’s advisory council for the next two years and will assume the presidency in 2014-15. Coordinator of Ticket Operations Assistant AD for Sports Information Garrett Thibodeaux joins McNeese after working as a ticket Office representative at Oklahoma State University for the 2012-2013 Matthew Bonnette is in his second year as the assistant athletic season. While there, he was responsible for preparing daily deposits, director for sports information at McNeese State. processing renewals and ticket requests, printing and mailing tickets, A 2002 graduate of McNeese in mass communication, he re- supervising student staff, and working game day events. placed his father, Louis, who retired in the summer of 2012 after a Thibodeaux is a graduate of LSU, where he worked all four years as a student worker in remarkable 46-year career as the school’s only SID. the LSU Ticket Office. As a student worker, he was able to gain valuable skills and experi Bonnette spent nine years at Northwestern State as an associate SID where he won ence the importance of proper ticket office operations. He was responsible for the packaing numerous LSWA awards for various media guides. Prior to NSU, he served one year as the and shipping over 17,000 season tickets, assisting in game day parking and ticketing, and SID at Henderson State. His 2013 football fact sheet (first place) and media guide (second managing the parking budget. place) were recognized by the LSWA this past summer. In order to complete his undergraduate course work at LSU, Thibodeaux worked as He is a member of CoSIDA, where he serves as the district coordinator for CoSIDA an intern in the McNeese Athletic Department where he had the opportunity to work in Academic All-America nominating and voting. He’s also a member of the NCBWA several areas of athletics including event management, sports information, marketing, and (National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association) and USBWA (United States Basketball ticketing. Writers Association) as well as the Louisiana Sports Writers Association. His brother, Michael, is the head SID at LSU. Before getting into the sports information profession, Bonnette spent several years as commercial production manager for KPLC-TV in Lake Charles and in 2000, earned the “Best of Show” ADDY award for his commercial promoting McNeese football season Assistant Sports Information Director tickets. Bonnette is married to the former Colene Lanier of Lake Charles and the couple has Pam LaFosse is now in her 22nd season as the assistant sports two daughters, Haley (13) and Katelyn (10). information director at McNeese State. She handles sports information for all of the women’s sports as well as helping with men’s football, basketball and track and field. She produces media guides, programs and news releases for all of the women’s sports. A native of Gueydan, LaFosse is a graduate of McNeese State and is a former Cowgirl Director for Marketing/Ticketing athlete, having been a four year letter winner in basketball. Danielle Mayeaux, who spent the 2011-12 athletic season as a marketing intern at McNeese and helped develop and coordinate marketing plans, student rewards program, YouTube productions, ticketing efforts and game day operations, among many other variables, has been named the athletic department’s new Director of Ticketing and Marketing. Mayeaux returns to McNeese after having spent the past season as a marketing intern and the Director of Soccer Operations at the University of Memphis, where she’ll receive her master’s degree in sport and leisure commerce May 2014. “Danielle is a great addition to the McNeese athletics family,” said Athletic Director Tommy McClelland. “She brings a tremendous work ethic, passion and creativity to this job that will instantly make us a better department. She is well respected within the department, but also nationally in the sports related social media and marketing world.”

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Dr. Mike

Soileau

Faculty Athletic Representative Dr. Michael Soileau serves as the university faculty representative for the Southland Conference and the NCAA. He is a 1988 graduate of McNeese State and earned his masters degree from the university in 1990. He obtained his PhD from Texas A&M-Commerce in 1994. He is currently the university’s department head of Health and Human Performance, the Director of Recreation and an associate professor. Dr. Soileau also handles the clock and score keeping at McNeese basketball games. He and his wife Pauline have three children, Logan, Cameron and Mattie.

Penny

Brown

Steve

Sanford

Cathy

DeVillier

Assistant to the Athletic Director Cathy Devillier was named Assistant to the Director of Athletics in 2009 after serving as the Administrative Assistant in the Cowboy Basketball, Cowgirl Volleyball and Golf programs since 2006. Prior to her tenure in athletics, Devillier worked in the Accounting office

at McNeese State. In her current responsibilities, Devillier is responsible for assisting the Director of Athletics in daily operations including overseeing the administrative responsibilities of the department. Devillier is also responsible for overseeing the department’s administrative assistants, as well as assisting them in their various day to day operations. She is a native of Lake Charles and is a graduate of LaGrange High School. She and her husband Mike have two children, Josh, 29 and Shelby 19.

Compliance Assistant Penny Brown currently serves as the Assistant Compliance Of Sports Information Assistant ficer at McNeese State. She has been in this position for nine years. Her daily responsibilities include organizing the daily operations of Hunter Bower is in his second full season as a member of the the compliance office under the direction of the Associate Athletic McNeese sports information department. A native of Haynesville, Director for Compliance. La., Bower is the primary SID contact for the Cowgirls’ soccer team Brown is a long time McNeese State Athletics staffer, having served in various roles as well as the McNeese baseball squad. He was recently recognized by the Louisiana Sports throughout her tenure. She has been with McNeese for a total of 25 years. Writers Association after he placed third for his 2013 McNeese Tennis Media Guide in the Division IV Category publications contest. Team Chaplain/FCA Director Steve Sanford has been involved with FCA since he attended summer camp in high school. He understands the great influence coaches and athletes can have on a culture when they are living for Jesus Christ. He has been a self-employed businessman since 1976 when he moved to Southwest Louisiana to carry on the family business of graduation supplies and class rings. Steve and his wife, Denise, have been volunteering for FCA since 1985 in area high schools and began a huddle at McNeese State University in 2003. In 2005, with the help of a volunteer board of area christian business men and women, Southwest Lousiana became an official FCA area. Since 2008, Steve has served as the Area Director for Southwest Louisiana FCA along with continuing to run his business with the help of his two sons and business partner, Charlie Phillips, who are all also volunteers for the local FCA ministry. Charlie is the area volunteer for FCA Baseball. Steve’s oldest son, Clint, is the Southwest Louisiana Huddle Leader for FCA Endurance and a SWLA FCA Advisory Board member. Steve’s youngest son, Cris, hosts a weekly bible study for McNeese State University student athletes and also serves on the Advisory Board. Steve serves as the chaplain for all the teams at McNeese State University and hosts a monthly MSU coaches and administrative staff Champions Luncheon. He and Denise were married in 1974 and have three grown and married children, all of whom are actively involved in the FCA ministry. They are also the proud Dude and Meme to eight beautiful grandchildren.

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Hunter

Bower

Pillen

Marketing Assistant David Pillen is the newest member of the McNeese athletics family as he will be serving as a marketing assistant for the athletic department. Pillen received his bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communications in 2012 from Abilene Christian and his master’s in organizational and human resource development in 2013 from ACU. He previosly served as a marketing graduate assistant for the ACU athletic marketing department. He received the 2011 Clarion Award and is a leader in community service where he helped raise over $15,000 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. A former ACU athlete, Pillen lettered on the football team and was part of the 2009, 2010 and 2011 teams that advanced to the NCAA Division II playoffs. The 2009 squad climbed to a No. 1 national ranking and in 2010, the team won the outright conference championship with a perfect 11-0 regular season mark, the first of its kind in school history.

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OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL 14-17 9-5 4-11 1-1  7-11 4-5 3-6 0-0  7-6 5-0 1-5 1-1 

                

                               

                

                

                

                

                

                                 

                                                   

                                                   

                

                                                   

                

                                 

                                 

                

                               

                

                

                

                

                

                

                

                                 

                                                   

                                                                    

                                                   

                

                

                

                

                

                

                

                

                

                

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RECORD ALL GAMES  CONFERENCE   NON-CONFERENCE



14-17

 7-11   7-6 

9-5

4-11

 4-5   5-0 

 3-6   1-5 

   

   

  

  

 

  

  

  

  

  

         

         

   

   

      

      





 

   

 

   

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

   



   

   

   

       



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 

         

     

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cNeese Cowboys Basketball A ll - T ime S eries R ecor d s Opponent Abilene Christian Alabama Alabama State Alaska-Anchorage Alexandria AF Base Arizona State Arkansas Arkansas A&M Ark-Little Rock Ark-Monticello Arkansas State Auburn Austin Peay Bacone Baylor Belhaven Boston College Brigham Young California Camp Polk Centenary Central Arkansas Central Florida Central (Ill.) State Central Oklahoma Chicago State Christian Brothers Cincinnati Coastal Carolina College of Ozarks Colorado State Concordia (NY) Connecticut Culver-Stockton Davidson Dayton Delta State Dillard East Texas Baptist East Central Okla East Tennessee State East Texas State Eastern New Mexico Florence State Florida Florida Atlantic Florida State Fresno State Fullerton State Georgetown College

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L 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 12 3 0 0 2 0 1 2 1 1 13 6 1 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 6 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0

Opponent George Mason Georgia College Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Teachers Grambling Hardin-Simmons Hawaii Hawaii-Hilo Henderson State Hope College Houston Houston Baptist Illinois Illinois-Chicago Illinois State Iona Iowa Jackson State Jarvis Christian Lamar Liberty Lipscomb LeTourneau College LSU Louisiana College Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana-Monroe Louisiana Tech Loyola (NO) MacMurry Marquette Mary Hardin Baylor McKendree College Memphis State Miami Middle Tenn. State Mississippi Mississippi College Mississippi State Mississippi Valley Missouri Missouri-Rolla Missouri Valley Mobile College Montana State Morehead State Murray State Nevada

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Opponent New Mexico New Mexico A&M New Mexico State New Orleans Nicholls Norfolk State Northeastern U. Northern Arizona Northern Colorado North Carolina North Park North Texas Northwest Missouri Northwestern State Ohio State Oklahoma Oklahoma College Oklahoma State Oral Roberts Ouachita Baptist Pan American Paul Quinn Pepperdine Pittsburgh (KN) State Portland State Prairie View Presbyterian College Rice Richmond SMU St. Edward University St. Leo St. Mary (CA) St. Mary (Texas) St. Thomas University Sacramento State Samford Sam Houston State San Francisco San Diego State Siena Heights South Alabama South Connecticut Southern U (BR) Southern U (NO) SE Louisiana SE Missouri SE Oklahoma State Southern Mississippi Southern (ARK) State

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L 1 1 1 7 32 1 1 1 1 1 0 19 0 54 1 1 0 1 3 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 27 1 1 0 9 0 4 0 41 1 3 14 0

Opponent Southern Utah Southwest Missouri Southwestern (TX) U. Spring Hill College Stanford Stephen F. Austin Stetson Sul Ross SW Assemblies TCU Taylor College Tennessee A&I Tenn-Chattanooga Texas Texas A&M TEXA&M-Corpus Texas-Arlington Texas College Texas-El Paso Texas Lutheran Texas-San Antonio Texas State Texas Southern Texas Tech Texas Tyler Texas Wesleyan Toledo Tougaloo Trinity University Tulane Tulsa Univ. of Southwest US International Washburn Washington Weber State West Florida West Texas State West Virginia Wichita State Wiley College William Carey Wisconsin-Parkside Wisconsin-Milwaukee Wyoming

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cNeese Cowboys Basketball M c N eese R ecor d s Individual

POINTS SCORED Game: 57, Bill Reigel vs SE La. (55-56) Season: 1,220 Bill Reigel (55-56) Career: 2,607 Joe Dumars (81-85) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Game: 37 Bill Reigel vs Hope (55-56) Season: 855 Bill Reigel (55-56) Career: 2038 Joe Dumars (81-85) FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 23 Bill Reigel vs SE La. (55-56) Season: 425 Bill Reigel (55-56) Career: 942 Joe Dumars (81-85) HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PCT. Game: 1.000 (10/10) Fab Flournoy vs SFA, 94-95 Season: .635 David Lawrence (78-79) Career: .553 David Lawrence (77-80) THREE POINT ATTEMPTS Game: 18 Damon Wordlaw vs LSU (94-95) Season: 258 Demond Mallet (97-98) Career: 878, Demond Mallet (97-01) THREE POINT GOALS Game: 9 Diego Kapelan vs Northwestern State (2008-09) Season: 94, Demond Mallet (97-98) Career: 331, Demond Mallet (97-01) HIGHEST THREE POINT PCT Game: 100.0, Damon Mallet vs Nicholls (1/3/1998, 8 of 8); 100.0, Edward Garriet vs Houston (11/14/2004, 8 of 8) FREE THROW ATTEMPTS Game: 24 Stan Kernan vs William Carey (60-61) Season: 493 Bill Reigel (55-56) Career: 917 Joe Dumars (81-85) FREE THROWS MADE Game: 21 Bill Reigel vs NE La. (55-56), 21 Stan Kernan vs William Carey (12/15/1960) Season: 370 Bill Reigel (55-56) Career: 723 Joe Dumars (81-85) HIGHEST FREE THROW PCT Game: 1.000, (17 for 17) Clyde Briley vs Louisiana Tech, (1/9/1995); 1.000 (12 for 12) Dwayne Davis vs North Texas (1989); 1.000 (12 for 12) Patrick Richard vs. Central Arkansas (2012) REBOUNDS Game: 27 Henry Ray vs UTA (2/18/1974) Season: 451 Frank Glenn (55-56) Career: 1212 Edmond Lawrence (73-76) ASSISTS Game: 15 Pointer Williams vs Nicholls St. (2/12/1996) Season: 243 Girard Harmon (85-86) Career: 605 David Green (81-84) STEALS Game: 9 Ronald Sykes vs NW St. (1/14/1987) Season: 118 Pointer Williams (95-96) Career: 206 Demond Mallet (97-01)

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BLOCKED SHOTS Game: 10 Edmond Lawrence vs Okla. A&S (1/17/1973) Season: 117, Kleon Penn (2007-2008) Career: 331 Edmond Lawrence (72-76) FOULS COMMITTED Season: 154 Frank Glenn (55-56) Career: 385 Chris Faggi (78-82) GAMES FOULED OUT Season: 23 Frank Glenn (55-56) Career: 39 Chris Faggi (78-82) CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS Game: 17 Clyde Briley vs La Tech (63-64) Season: 47 Clyde Briley (64-65) CONSECUTIVE 3-PT GOALS Game: 6 Demond Mallet vs Nicholls State (97-98); 6 Edward Garriet vs Houston (04-05) Season: same Career: same MOST GAMES PLAYED Career: 121 David Green (81-84); 121 Stephan Martin (07-01) CONSECUTIVE POINTS SCORED Game: 19 Jerome Batiste vs Ark. St (86-87) AVG. REBOUNDS PER GAME Season: 13.7 John Rudd (75-76) Career: 13.1 John Rudd (75-78) AVG. ASSISTS PER GAME Season: 8.1 Girard Harmon (85-86) Career: 7.4 Pointer Williams (95-96) AVG. POINTS PER GAME Season: 33.9 Bill Reigel (55-56) Career: 31.9 Bill Reigel (55-57) TRIPLE DOUBLE John Pichon vs Wiley, 2008-09, 19 points, 12 rebounds, 10 assists; Edmond Lawrence vs Okla. College of Arts and Sciences, 1973-74, 25 pts, 20 rebounds, 10 blocked shots; Tony Johnson vs Grambling 1989-90, 10 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists MINUTES PLAYED Game: 55, Chris Faggi vs La Tech, 1982

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POINTS SCORED One Half: 66 vs Southern (NO) 71-72 Game: 120 vs Southern (NO) 71-72 Season: 2826 (55-56) FG ATTEMPTED Game: 103 vs Nicholls State (71-72) Season: 2254 (55-56) FG MADE Game: 51 vs Southern NO (71-72) Season: 826 (55-56) FT MADE Game: 43 vs William Carey (61-62) Season: 826 (55-56) REBOUNDS Game: 81 vs Lamar (72-73), 81 vs Lamar (74-75) Season: 1473 (55-56)

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ASSISTS Game: 31 vs Alabama St. (94-95) Season: 454 (80-81) PERSONAL FOULS Game: 38 vs Sam Houston (53-54) Season: 756 (80-81) PLAYERS FOULED OUT Game: 5 vs Arkansas A&M (56-57) Season: 40 (80-81) FG PERCENTAGE Game: 69.2 vs Arkansas St (84) Season 51.5 (85-86) FT PERCENTAGE Game: 1.000 (21/21 vs SE Louisiana 2001) Season: 75.7 (55-56) THREE POINT GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 35 vs Colorado St. (97-98) Season: 595 (91-92) THREE POINT GOALS Game: 15 vs Loyola (2002-03) Season: 194 (91-92) THREE POINT GOAL PCT. Game: 61.5 (vs La-Lafayette, 8 of 13, 2004) AVG. POINTS PER GAME Season: 85.0 (71-72) AVG. REBOUNDS PER GAME Season: 49.7 (71-72) FEWEST POINTS SCORED 27 vs SFA (59-60) FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED 18 to SFA (59-60) MOST POINTS YIELDED 122 to Northwestern St. (91-92) LOWEST DEFENSIVE AVG. 46.4 (57-58) HIGHEST ASSIST AVERAGE 15.0 (85-86) 15.0 (89-90) BEST WON-LOST PCT. 91.7 (33-3) in 55-56 MOST GAMES WON 33 in 55-56 MOST GAMES LOST 22 in 87-88 22 in 91-92 MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WON 19 in 64-65 MOST CONSECUTIVE CONFERENCE GAMES WON 17 in 2000-2001 BIGGEST WINNING MARGIN: Game: 60 points vs Loyola (NO) 12/2/01...score was 108-48 MOST HOME WINS IN ONE SEASON: 15 (by 1985-86 and 2010-11 teams) MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME WINS IN ONE SEASON: 14 (by 2010-11 and 1967-68 teams)


cNeese Cowboys Basketball M c N eese R ecor d s McNeese Highest Scoring Games

57 pts - Bill Reigel vs SE Louisiana 1955-56 53 pts - Bill Reigel vs NE Louisiana 1955-56 51 pts - Michael Cutright vs SFA 1988-89 47 pts - Bill Reigel vs NE Louisiana 1955-56 47 pts - Bill Reigel vs La. College 1955-56 44 pts - Bill Reigel vs NW State 1955-56 43 pts - Bill Reigel vs Centenary 1955-56 43 pts - Bill Reigel vs NW State 1954-55 42 pts - Bill Reigel vs La College 1954-55 42 pts - Bill Reigel vs SW Texas 1955-56 42 pts - Bill Reigel vs Central (Ohio) 1955-56 42 pts - Joe Dumars vs Texas Southern 1984-85 41 pts - Derrick Turner vs Nicholls St. 1990-91 41 pts - Bill Reigel vs New Mexico A&M ‘55-56 41 pts - Bill Reigel vs SW Louisiana 1955-56 40 pts - Bill Reigel vs Arkansas A&M 1955-56 40 pts - Henry Ray vs Southern (NO) 1971-72 40 pts - Joe Dumars vs North Texas 1984-85 40 pts - Demond Mallet vs UTA 2/17/01 27 - Henry Ray vs UT Arlington 1973-74 26 - Edmond Lawrence vs Lamar 1972-73 26 - John Rudd vs Rice 1975-76 24 - David Lawrence vs Lamar 1978-79 22 - Frank Glenn vs Sam Houston 1955-56 22 - David Lawrence vs Dayton 1978-79 22 - Anthony Pullard vs North Texas 1989-90 21 - George Murphy vs NE Louisiana 1970-71 21 - George Boyd vs Nicholls State 1967-68 21 - John Rudd vs Louisiana Tech 1974-75 21 - Edmond Lawrence vs S. Alabama 1975-76 21 - Fred Chaffould vs UT San Antonio 1982-83 20 - Edmond Lawrence vs NW State 1975-76 20 - Edmond Lawrence vs Okla College ‘73-74 20 - Edmond Lawrence vs NE Louisiana ‘73-74 20 - John Rudd vs SE Louisiana 1960-61

Career Rebound Leaders

Player

G 102 102 109 77 100 119 99 110 113 116 86 95 108 91 71 93

Reb 1212 1181 1026 969 883 840 808 803 798 795 729 704 639 622 604 575

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Joe Dumars E. Lawrence D. Mallet D. Lawrence Henry Ray A. Pullard J. Batiste M. Cutright T. Brown Stan Kernan

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Roy Moore 93 - - Patrick Richard 123 555 400

1657 1625

101 47 116 86 108 96 19 116 97 93 116 116 93 90 88

472 561 527 447 839 216 592 292 561 341 544 351 456 198 452 267 363 416 431 269 464 201 340 285 373 309 356 249 373 258

1505 14.9 1501 31.9 1494 12.9 1476 17.2 1463 13.5 1442 15.0 1405 11.7 1296 11.2 1132 11.8 1131 12.2 1129 9.7 1101 9.5 1055 11.3 1035 11.5 1004 11.4

Career Scoring Average

McNeese Highest Rebounding Games

Player E. Lawrence John Rudd D. Lawrence Frank Glenn Henry Ray P. J. Alawoya Jerome Batiste Chris Hardin Anthony Pullard Fred Gentry George Murphy Al Nesmith Chris Faggi Curtis St. Mary Roy Moore Kevin Ross

Clyde Briley Bill Reigel K. Jimerson G. Murphy Chris Faggi Dick Miller D. Kapelan J. Coleman J. Shields Kevin Ross Fred Gentry John Ford D. Troutman P. Richard J. Bradley

Avg. 11.9 11.6 9.4 12.6 8.8 7.0 8.2 7.3 7.1 6.8 8.5 7.4 5.9 6.8 8.5 6.2 Avg. 22.3 19.5 16.6 17.8 19.0 15.6 17.2 14.7 15.3 19.2

17.8 13.2

Player Bill Reigel Joe Dumars E. Lawrence Stan Kernan Henry Ray D. Lawrence Roy Moore George Murphy Jerome Batiste Dean Glenn D. Mallet Rosell Ellis Anthony Pullard Tierre Brown Melvin Johnson Dick Miller Clyde Briley M. Cutright Derek Haywood A. Pazdrazdis George Boyd Chris Faggi Patrick Richard K. Jimmerson Frank Glenn Tom Wunder John Rudd Kent Andrews Reed Stevens

G Pts 47 1501 117 2607 102 1986 88 1687 100 1902 109 1938 93 1657 86 1476 99 1707 47 802 117 1941 56 899 113 1767 110 1692 56 857 96 1442 101 1505 116 1703 56 828 54 787 43 616 108 1463 123 1625 116 1494 77 972 74 913 102 1262 67 826 54 666

Career Assists

Player David Green Girard Harmon Chauncey Bryant John Ford Tierre Brown Joe Dumars Bertel Reder C. J. Collins Eldridge Lewis Patrick Richard Demond Mallet Danny Servick Dontae Cannon M. Cutright Darrik Clark Rod Viebig D. Lawrence John Rudd Pointer Williams Henry Ray Patrick Richard Paul Curtis

G 121 95 86 116 110 117 88 118 105 123 117 54 117 116 54 55 109 102 27 100 90 44

Asst 605 446 381 372 340 330 321 321 317 297 272 261 228 228 222 217 205 203 200 199 193 183

Avg. 31.9 22.3 19.5 19.2 19.0 17.8 17.8 17.8 17.2 17.1 16.6 16.5 15.6 15.3 15.3 15.0 14.9 14.7 14.7 14.6 14.3 13.5 13.2 12.9 12.6 12.4 12.4 12.3 12.3 Avg. 5.0 4.7 4.4 3.2 3.1 2.8 3.6 2.7 3.0 2.4 2.3 4.8 1.9 2.0 4.1 3.9 1.9 1.9 7.4 1.9 2.1 4.2

Dwayne Davis Rosell Ellis Kent Andrews Dan Leslie Glenn Hanks Rosell Ellis Kent Andrews

55 56 67 45 44 56 67

176 170 145 138 122 170 145

Career Blocked Shots

Player E. Lawrence Kleon Penn D. Lawrence Martin Yokum Adrian Johnson Fred Gentry Raynell Brewer Jerome Batiste Jason Wallace

G 102 89 109 81 117 116 55 99 56

Blkd 311 264 166 164 149 140 138 93 65

3.2 3.0 2.2 3.1 2.8 3.0 2.2 Avg. 3.2 3.0 1.5 2.1 1.3 1.2 2.5 0.9 1.2

Single Season High Point Totals Bill Reigel (55-56) 33 1220 Joe Dumars (83-84) 31 891 K. Ross (80-81) 32 689 D.Mallet (00-01) 31 660 T. Brown (00-01) 31 623 Batiste (86-87) 28 613 Cutright (88-89) 30 611 Dumars (84-85) 27 609 Briley (64-65) 25 608 E.Lawrence (75-76) 27 606 D.Lawrence (78-79) 27 604 T. Brown (99-00) 27 593 Batiste (85-86) 32 590 Pullard (89-90) 26 585 Dumars (82-83) 29 569 D.Lawrence (79-80) 27 557 Rosell Ellis (96-97) 30 555 Moore (54-55) 29 553 Haywood (91-92) 29 546 Dumars (81-82) 29 527 Miller (52-53) 30 519 Briley (63-64) 26 516 Jimerson (85-86) 32 514 E.Lawrence (74-75) 24 509 Ray (72-73) 26 509 Kernan (60-61) 21 504 Pullard (88-89) 29 501

Season Scoring as Senior

Player Reigel (55-56) Dumars (84-85) Kernan (60-61) Ross (80-81) D. Mallet (00-01) T. Brown (00-01) Batiste (86-87) Cutright (88-89) E.Lawrence (75-76) Patrick Richard (11-12) Pullard (89-90) D.Lawrence (79-80) Rosell Ellis (96-97) Moore (54-55) Haywood (91-92) Miller (52-53)

G 36 27 21 32 31 31 28 30 27 33 26 27 30 29 29 30

Pts 1220 697 504 689 660 623 613 611 606 590 585 557 555 553 546 519

Season Scoring as Junior

Player Dumars (83-84) D.Lawrence (78-79)

G 31 27

Pts 819 604

Avg 33.9 25.8 24.0 21.5 21.3 20.1 21.9 20.4 21.4 17.9 22.5 20.6 18.5 19.0 18.8 17.3 Avg. 26.4 22.4

T. Brown (99-00) Batiste (85-86) Briley (63-64) E.Lawrence (74-75) Pullard (88-89) Briley (63-64) E. Lawrence (74-75) Pullard (88-89) Murphy (70-71) D. Mallet (97-98) D. Mallet (98-99) McLaurin (76-77) Ray (73-74) Faggi (80-81) J. Coleman (‘01-02) Cutright (87-88) Pazdrazdis (94-95) F. Glenn (56-57) Moore (53-54) D.Glenn (66-67)

27 32 26 24 29 26 24 29 24 26 28 27 25 29 30 29 27 26 20 22

593 590 516 509 501 516 509 501 499 492 492 475 458 457 433 432 432 427 419 418

22.0 18.4 19.8 21.2 17.3 19.8 212 17.3 20.8 18.9 17.6 17.6 18.3 15.8 14.4 14.9 16.0 16.4 14.5 19.0

Season Scoring as Sophomore Player G Pts Avg. Joe Dumars (82-83) 29 569 19.6 Henry Ray (72-73) 26 509 19.6 Demond Mallet (97-98) 25 492 18.9 Edmond Lawrence (73-74) 25 438 17.5 David Lawrence (77-78) 28 435 15.5 Stan Kernan (57-58) 23 423 18.3 Anthony Pullard (87-88) 26 415 16.0 Michael Cutright (86-87) 25 394 15.8 George Murphy (69-70) 20 385 19.2 Season Scoring as Freshman Player G Pts Avg. Joe Dumars (81-82) 29 527 18.2 Henry Ray (71-72) 25 492 19.7 E. Lawrence (72-73) 26 433 16.6 Dick Miller (49-50) 26 399 15.3 Stan Kernan (56-57) 24 373 15.5 Tierre Brown (97-98) 26 364 13.3 Roy Moore (51-52) 22 344 15.6 D. Lawrence (76-77) 27 342 12.7 Jeff Sudds (70-71) 24 340 14.2 K. Jimmerson (82-83) 28 309 11.0 J. Batiste (83-84) 22 290 13.2 J. Coleman (99-00) 27 281 10.4

Three Point Career Leaders Player Goals Demond Mallet 331 Diego Kapelan 295 Jason Coleman 267 Edward Garriet 229 Damond Wordlaw 157 Michael Cutright 154 Jeremie Mitchell 147 John Ford 136 Todd Briley 128 A. Pazdrazdis 113 Franklin Paul 106 Career Steal Leaders Player Steals Demond Mallet 206 Joe Dumars 188 Eldridge Lewis 182 John Ford 177 David Green 167 Michael Cutright 151 Chris Faggi 139 Stephan Martin 113

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cNeese Cowboys Basketball M c N eese L ea d ers Scoring Leaders by Years

Year 12-13 11-12 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86 84-85 83-84 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79 77-78 76-77 75-76 74-75 73-74 72-73 71-72 70-71 69-70 68-69 67-78 66-67 65-66 64-65 63-64 62-63 61-62 60-61 59-60 58-59 57-58 56-57 55-56 54-55 53-54 52-53 51-52

Player Desharick Guidry Patrick Richard Patrick Richard Patrick Richard Diego Kapelan Jarvis Bradley Jarvis Bradley J. T. Williams Edward Garriet Edward Garriet Jason Coleman Jason Coleman Demond Mallet Tierre Brown Demond Mallet Demond Mallet Rosell Ellis Robert Palmer Alvydas Pazdrazdis Alvydas Pazdrazdis Melvin Johnson Derek Haywood Derrick Turner Anthony Pullard Michael Cutright Anthony Pullard Jerome Batiste Jerome Batiste Joe Dumars Joe Dumars Joe Dumars Joe Dumars Kevin Ross David Lawrence David Lawrence David Lawrence Chirley McLaurin Edmond Lawrence Edmond Lawrence Henry Ray Henry Ray George Murphy George Murphy George Murphy George Boyd Dean Glenn Dean Glenn Tom Wunder Clyde Briley Clyde Briley Jimmie Shields Jimmie Shields Stan Kernan Don Troutman Stan Kernan Stan Kernan Frank Glenn Bill Reigel Roy Moore Roy Moore Dick Miller Dick Miller

Year 12-13 11-12 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96

Player Desharick Guidry Patrick Richard P. J. Alawoya P. J. Alawoya P. J. Alawoya Jarvis Bradley Jarvis Bradley Quentin Gonzales Aldryan Wardell Jerrick Oliver Damond Williams Fred Gentry Fred Gentry Fred Gentry Franklin Paul Franklin Paul Rosell Ellis Rosell Ellis

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G Pts 31 390 33 590 31 499 59 536 29 338 29 372 32 484 28 441 28 307 27 378 29 431 30 433 31 660 27 593 28 492 26 492 30 555 27 453 27 432 27 355 27 438 29 546 24 402 26 585 30 611 26 415 28 613 32 590 27 697 31 819 29 569 29 527 32 689 27 557 27 604 28 435 27 475 27 606 24 509 25 458 26 509 24 479 24 499 20 385 20 335 25 384 22 418 23 279 24 608 26 516 25 474 24 324 21 504 26 375 20 387 23 423 26 427 36 1220 29 553 20 419 30 519 22 344

Rebound Leaders by Years G 31 33 32 87 29 29 32 27 28 27 29 30 31 27 23 20 30 26

Reb. 233 210 330 500 213 210 235 159 138 173 184 217 195 230 186 151 229 162

Avg. 12.6 17.9 16.1 12.8 11.7 12.8 15.1 15.8 11.0 14.0 14.9 14.4 21.3 22.0 17.6 18.9 18.5 16.1 16.0 13.2 16.2 18.8 16.8 22.5 20.4 16.0 21.9 18.4 25.8 26.4 19.6 21.5 21.5 20.6 22.4 15.5 17.6 22.4 21.2 18.3 19.6 19.9 20.8 19.2 16.0 15.4 19.0 12.1 24.3 19.8 19.0 13.5 24.0 14.4 19.4 18.3 16.4 33.9 19.0 20.9 17.3 15.6 Avg. 7.5 6.4 10.3 5.7 7.3 7.2 7.3 5.9 4.9 6.4 6.3 7.2 6.3 8.5 8.1 7.6 7.6 6.2

94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86 84-85 83-84 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79 77-78 76-77 75-76 74-75 73-74 72-73 71-72 70-71 69-70 68-69 67-68 66-67 65-66 64-65 63-64 62-63 61-62 60-61 59-60 58-59 57-58 56-57 55-56 54-55 53-54 52-53

Fab Flournoy Martin Yokum Michael St. Julien Melvin Johnson Derrick Turner Anthony Pullard Anthony Pullard Anthony Pullard Jerome Batiste Jerome Batiste Chris Hardin Chris Hardin Chris Hardin Fred Chaffould Kevin Ross David Lawrence David Lawrence John Rudd John Rudd John Rudd John Rudd Edmond Lawrence Edmond Lawrence George Murphy George Murphy George Murphy George Boyd George Boyd Ed Green J. C. Warren Jerry Mullins Ed Barrilleaux Jimmie Shields Al Nesmith Al Nesmith John Riddle Al Nesmith Frank Glenn Frank Glenn Frank Glenn Frank Glenn Roy Moore Dick Miller

Year 12-13 11-12 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86 84-85 83-84 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79 77-78 76-77 75-76 74-75 73-74

Player Dontae Cannon Dontae Cannon Diego Kapelan Stephan Martin Diego Kapelan John Ford John Ford Jarvis Bradley Edward Garriet Monte’ Farmer Jason Coleman Chauncey Bryant Demond Mallet Tierre Brown Demond Mallet Demond Mallet Demond Mallet Tommy Mumford Damon Wordlaw Darrik Clark Paul Wallace Binky Barrentine Bobby Straface Danny Servick Dwayne Davis Dwayne Davis Jerome Batiste Kenny Jimerson Joe Dumars Joe Dumars Guy McInnis Joe Dumars Mack Golden Manuel Dugas David Lawrence Chirley McLaurin Rod Viebig John Rudd Larry Oney David Wallace

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24 27 27 29 24 26 29 26 28 32 28 25 29 22 32 27 27 27 27 24 24 25 26 24 24 20 22 22 22 22 22 16 25 24 23 25 21 15 26 36 31 20 30

FT PCT. Leaders by Years FTA 92 90 104 48 51 82 112 54 39 28 73 81 152 177 102 75 37 85 68 92 65 38 33 74 69 54 184 95 230 324 70 160 51 50 200 63 65 85 39 19

139 224 233 237 205 237 219 212 257 276 236 178 215 243 329 260 343 285 285 328 301 277 323 264 211 163 239 260 232 124 104 117 152 170 201 222 117 165 353 451 383 176 172

5.8 8.3 8.6 8.2 8.5 9.1 7.6 8.2 9.2 8.6 8.4 7.1 7.4 11.0 10.3 9.6 12.7 10.7 10.7 13.7 12.5 11.1 12.4 10.6 8.8 8.2 11.4 11.8 10.5 5.6 4.7 7.4 6.1 7.0 8.8 8.9 5.6 11.0 13.5 12.5 12.4 8.8 5.7

FTM 121 72 92 42 42 67 93 48 35 26 60 60 121 129 87 64 28 63 51 78 59 34 28 57 58 44 145 76 201 267 52 115 41 37 152. 52 51 62 28 15

PCT. .760 .800 .885 .875 .824 .817 .830 .889 .897 .929 .822 .741 .796 .729 .853 .863 .757 .741 .750 .848 .908 .895 .848 .770 .840 .815 .788 .800 .852 .824 .743 .718 .803 .740 .760 .760 .785 .729 .718 .789

72-73 71-72 70-71 69-70 68-69 67-68 66-67 65-66 64-65 63-64 62-63 61-62 60-61 59-60 58-59 57-58 56-57 55-56 54-55 53-54 52-53 *-led nation

Henry Ray David Wallace John Shackleton Mike Chapman Kent Andrews *Kent Andrews Kent Andrews Ellis Boyd Clyde Briley Clyde Briley Jimmie Shields Jimmie Shields Stan Kernan Don Troutman Stan Kernan Stan Kernan Stan Kernan Bill Reigel Bill Stoops Hugh Cole Jerry Doland

Year 12-13 11-12 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-83 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86 84-85 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79 77-78 76-77 75-76 74-75 73-74 72-73 71-72 70-71 69-70 68-69 67-68 66-67 65-66 64-65 63-64 62-63 61-62 60-61 59-60 58-59 57-58 56-57 55-56

Player Craig McFerrin Rudy Turner P. J. Alawoya Will Morning Kleon Penn Kleon Penn Jarvis Bradley Darris Manciel Bryce May Jerrick Oliver Monte’ Farmer Fred Gentry Raynell Brewer Fred Gentry Adrian Floyd McKinley Clark Rosell Ellis Rosell Ellis Fab Flournoy Fab Flournoy Michael St. Julien Derek Haywood Derrick Turner Derrick Turner Mark Thompson Anthony Pullard Jerome Batiste Jerome Batiste Jerome Batiste Kenny Jimerson Martinez Grimes Ben Scarborough David Lawrence David Lawrence David Lawrence John Rudd Edmond Lawrence Larry Oney Curtis St. Mary Curtis St. Mary Bertel Reder John Shackleton Dan Leslie John Hawkins George Boyd Ed Green Tom Wunder Clyde Briley Tom Wunder Lou Zytiewiez John Riddile Al Nesmith Al Nesmith Don Troutman Huey Oliff Frank Glenn Bill Reigel

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125 59 94 51 75 90 110 125 286 217 248 152 241 129 200 201 193 493 88 86 67

FG PCT. Leaders by Years Fga 94 192 216 138 154 132 363 102 92 166 122 207 123 261 256 113 319 244 151 206 191 397 267 197 268 337 416 145 319 262 191 235 145 356 329 270 500 202 320 254 99 237 73 101 213 226 201 346 265 201 160 164 206 195 180 315 855

87 46 72. 40 66 85 101 102 260 192 182 114 214 103 153 159 147 370 62 73 50

.696 .779 .766 .784 .880 .944 .918 .815 .909 .885 .734 .750 .888 .798 .765 .791 .762 .751 .705 .848 .747

Fgm 181 101 130 76 99 81 187 55 57 100 64 124 65 139 121 67 213 135 86 106 104 186 161 110 158 178 234 81 118 133 107 135 101 226 182 139 261 103 175 137 52 129 37 49 108 106 98 174 132 96 98 88 108 93 83 150 425

Pct. .519 .526 .602 .551 .643 .614 .515 .539 .620 .602 .525 .599 .528 .533 .473 .593 .668 .553 .570 .515 .545 .469 .603 .558 .589 .528 .562 .558 .538 .507 .560 .574 .696 .634 .523 .515 .522 .509 .546 .539 .525 .544 .506 .485 .507 .469 .488 .503 .498 .478 .613 .537 .524 .477 .461 .476 .498


cNeese Cowboys Basketball M c N eese L ea d ers Year 12-13 11-12 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86 84-85 83-84 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79 77-78 76-77 75-76 74-75 73-74 72-73 71-72 70-71 69-70 68-79 67-68 66-67

Assist Leaders by Years

Player Kevin Hardy Patrick Richard C. J. Collins C. J. Collins C. J. Collins John Ford John Ford John Ford John Ford Eldridge Lewis Eldridge Lewis Chauncey Bryant Chauncey Bryant Tierre Brown Chauncey Bryant Tierre Brown Rosell Ellis Pointer Williams Paul Curtis Darrik Clark Darrik Clark Bobby Straface Danny Servick Danny Servick Terry Griggley Dwayne Davis Ronald Sykes Girard Harmon Girard Harmon David Green David Green David Green David Green D. Lawrence Mack Golden Ray Baggett Rod Viebig Rod Viebig Glen Hanks Bertel Reder Bertel Reder Bertel Reder Bertel Reder Dan Leslie Dan Leslie George Boyd Dean Glenn Kent Andrews

G 31 33 33 27 29 29 31 28 28 27 28 30 27 27 16 26 30 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 20 28 28 30 28 31 29 29 32 27 27 27 28 27 25 17 25 26 20 24 21 21 25 22

Ast. 139 109 115 89 93 90 103 74 105 116 120 152 104 121 60 88 116 200 155 127 95 87 127 134 94 108 114 243 184 162 115 110 218 69 69 101 120 120 106 47 119 99 56 76 64 73 60 64

Avg. 4.5 3.3 3.5 3.2 3.2 3.1 3.3 2.6 3.9 3.0 4.3 5.1 3.8 4.5 3.8 3.4 3.2 7.4 5.7 4.7 3.5 3.2 4.7 5.0 4.7 3.8 4.1 8.1 6.6 5.1 3.9 3.8 6.8 2.6 2.6 3.7 4.3 4.3 4.2 2.8 4.9 3.6 2.8 3.2 3.0 3.5 2.4 2.9

3-Pt Field Goal Leaders by Years

Year 12-13 11-12 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 94-95

Player Ledrick Eackles Jeremie Mitchell Diego Kapelan Diego Kapelan Diego Kapelan John Ford Troy Aaron Dwight Boatner Edward Garriet Edward Garriet Jason Coleman Jason Coleman Jason Coleman Jason Coleman Demond Mallet Demond Mallet Demond Mallet Damon Wordlaw

Fga 37 208 239 214 202 108 101 99 166 231 237 217 79 161 221 258 110 229

Fgm 16 74 86 86 70 46 34 42 66 89 87 76 33 71 75 94 50 87

Pct. .432 .356 .360 .402 .347 .426 .337 .424 .398 .385 .367 .350 .418 .441 .339 .364 .455 .380

93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87

Year 12-13 11-12 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99 97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86 84-85 83-84 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79 77-78 76-77 75-76 74-75 73-74 72-73

Year 12-13 11-12 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 01-02 00-01 99-00 98-99

Damon Wordlaw Darrik Clark Paul Wallace Bobby Straface Jay Cook Michael Cutright Tab Harris Michael Cutright

200 135 150 68 150 143 99 143

70 49 60 18 53 50 43 50

Blocked Shot Leaders by Years Player Ausitn Lewis Daniel Richard Preston David Patrick Richard Kleon Penn Kleon Penn Kleon Penn J. T. Williams Aldryan Wardell Jerrick Oliver Adrian Johnson Raynell Brewer Raynell Brewer Fred Gentry Fred Gentry McKinley Clark Jason Wallace Donald Fisher Fab Flournoy Martin Yokum Martin Yokum Kevin Thibodeaux Martin Yokum Derrick Turner Mark Thompson Anthony Pullard Jerome Batiste Jerome Batiste Chris Hardin Jerome Batiste Fred Chaffould Fred Chaffould Ben Scarborough David Lawrence David Lawrence David Lawrence David Lawrence Ed. Lawrence Ed. Lawrence Ed. Lawrence Ed. Lawrence

G 27 32 32 30 29 29 32 28 28 27 29 29 26 27 28 26 29 27 27 27 27 29 27 26 30 26 28 32 28 27 13 22 32 27 27 28 27 27 24 25 26

Bkd 38 33 43 22 102 117 48 22 19 30 52 70 68 42 32 21 46 20 23 48 65 41 52 23 27 14 24 33 21 25 21 21 44 39 66 28 33 81 59 85 106

Steal Leaders by Years

Player Kevin Hardy Patrick Richard Jeremie Mitchell Patrick Richard Stephan Martin C. J. Collins Rorey Lawrence John Ford Dwight Boatner Edward Garriet Eldridge Lewis Eldridge Lewis Chauncey Bryant Demond Mallet Tierre Brown Franklin Paul

G 31 33 33 31 30 29 29 31 20 28 27 28 30 31 27 23

Steal 69 43 43 42 41 27 37 59 56 34 39 40 68 66 45 65

.350 .363 .400 .265 .353 .349 .434 .349

Avg. 1.4 1.03 1.3 0.73 3.5 4.0 1.5 0.8 0.7 1.1 1.8 2.4 2.6 1.6 1.1 0.8 1.6 0.7 0.8 1.8 2.4 1.4 1.9 0.1 0.9 0.5 0.8 1.0 0.78 0.9 1.6 0.9 1.4 1.4 2.4 1.0 1.2 3.0 2.4 3.4 4.1

Avg. 2.2 1.3 1.3 1.4 1.3 0.8 1.3 1.9 2.8 1.2 1.4 1.4 2.3 2.1 1.7 2.8

97-98 96-97 95-96 94-95 93-94 92-93 91-92 90-91 89-90 88-89 87-88 86-87 85-86 84-85 83-84 82-83 81-82 80-81 79-80 78-79 77-78 76-77 75-76 74-75 73-74 72-73 71-72 70-71

Franklin Paul Rosell Ellis Pointer Williams A. Pazdrazdis Fab Flournoy Darrik Clark Derek Haywood Derek Haywood Anthony Johnson Michael Cutright Dwayne Davis Ronald Sykes Girard Harmon Joe Dumars David Green Joe Dumars David Green Chris Faggi David Lawrence David Lawrence Chris Faggi David Lawrence Rod Viebig John Rudd John Rudd Henry Ray Bertel Reder Dan Leslie

20 30 27 27 27 27 29 27 27 30 28 28 30 27 31 29 29 29 27 27 27 28 28 27 24 24 25

49 62 118 60 53 53 46 36 45 48 29 53 50 56 50 50 42 30 41 36 36 33 33 30 33 53 56

2.4 2.1 4.4 2.2 1.9 1.9 1.6 1.3 1.7 1.6 1.1 1.9 1.7 2.1 1.6 1.7 1.4 1.0 1.5 1.3 1.3 1.2 1.2 1.1 1.4 2.2 2.3

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Top Single Season Scoring Average

Player Bill Reigel (55-56) Joe Dumars (83-84) Joe Dumars (84-85) Bill Reigel (54-55) Clyde Briley (64-65) Stan Kernan (60-61) Anthony Pullard (89-90) Ed. Lawrence (75-76) David Lawrence (78-79) Tierre Brown (99-00) Jerome Batiste (86-87) Kevin Ross (80-81) Demond Mallet (00-01) Ed. Lawrence (74-75) Roy Moore (53-54) George Murphy (70-71) David Lawrence (79-80) Michael Cutright (88-89) Tierre Brown (00-01) George Murphy (71-72) Clyde Briley (63-64) Henry Ray (71-72) Henry Ray (72-73) Joe Dumars (82-83) Stan Kernan (58-59) George Murphy (69-70) Roy Moore (54-55) Jimmie Shields (62-63) Dean Glenn (66-67)

G 36 31 27 11 25 21 26 27 27 27 28 32 31 24 20 24 27 30 31 26 26 25 26 29 20 20 29 25 22

Pts 1220 819 697 281 608 504 585 606 604 593 613 689 660 509 419 499 557 611 623 479 516 492 509 569 387 385 553 474 418

Avg. 33.9 26.4 25.8 25.5 24.3 24.0 22.5 22.4 22.4 22.0 21.9 21.5 21.3 21.2 20.9 20.8 20.6 20.4 20.1 19.9 19.8 19.7 19.6 19.6 19.4 19.2 19.0 19.0 19.0

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cNeese Cowboys Basketball A ll - T ime R esults 1951-52 (15-4) Coach: Wayne Cusic def. Northwestern St. 67-48* lost to SE Louisiana 82-65 def. USL 68-64 def. La. College 46-44* lost to Northwestern St. 94-72 def. Taylor 72-65* def. SFA 83-61* def. SE Louisiana 69-57* def. La. College 63-56 lost to Lamar 68-67 def. USL 70-55* def. Alexandria AFB 77-62 def. Northeast La. 54-49 def. Northeast La. 79-61 def. Lamar 63-56* def. Alexandria AFB 89-43* def. Northeast La. 81-59* def. Northeast La. 66-39* def. SFA 97-73 1952-53 (17-13) Coach: Ralph O. Ward def. Northeast La. 59-51* def. La. College 97-58 def. USL 71-65 def. E. Texas Baptist 72-69 def. SFA 72-61 def. Spring Hill 51-48* def. E. New Mexico 70-47* lost to Spring Hill 57-52 lost to Northwestern St. 54-53 lost to Lamar 56-43* lost to Centenary 68-61 lost to Northeast La. 48-47 lost to Louisiana Tech 48-45* def. La. College 62-53 def. USL 53-46* lost to Centenary 54-53* lost to Lamar 57-52 lost to Sam Houston 60-58* def. La. College 61-53* def. E. Texas Baptist 75-55* def. USL 64-39 lost to Louisiana Tech 58-57* lost to Northwestern St. 77-64* def. SFA 64-58* def. Sam Houston 57-53 lost to SE Louisiana 62-49 def. Spring Hill 62-61 lost to Louisiana Tech 53-50 1953-54 (12-12) Coach: Ralph O. Ward lost to E. Texas Baptist 77-74 def. E. Texas Baptist 71-56 lost to Camp Polk 62-56 def. St. Thomas 66-32 lost to Sam Houston 78-62 def. SFA 69-66 def. Camp Polk 63-55 def. Sam Houston 56-54 lost to SE Oklahoma 59-57 lost to Northwestern St. 58-51 lost to Centenary 68-59 def. USL 43-42 def. St. Thomas 57-35 lost to SFA 64-61 lost to La. College 64-61 lost to SE Louisiana 50-46 def. Northeast La. 65-54 lost to Louisiana Tech 47-39 def. USL 46-45 lost to SE Louisiana 45-42 lost to Northwestern St. 62-38 def. La. College 64-49 def. Northeast La. 57-46 def. Louisiana Tech 64-54 1954-55 (17-12) Coach: Ralph O. Ward def. St. Edward 76-63

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lost to St. Edward 51-43 def. Arkansas State 68-58 def. Arkansas State 42-38 lost to Mississippi College 68-57 lost to E. Texas Baptist 57-50 def. E. Texas Baptist 56-53 lost to Centenary 94-72 lost to Missouri Valley 65-60 lost to Centenary 51-49 lost to Arkansas St. 87-65 def. Sam Houston 53-49 def. SE Oklahoma 63-59 def. Texas Lutheran 67-43 lost to Louisiana Tech 48-46 def. USL 67-54 def. SE Louisiana 75-70 lost to SW Texas 94-64 def. Texas Lutheran 78-60 def. La. College 82-56 lost to Northwestern St. 87-69 def. Mississippi College 82-70 lost to Northeast La. 59-54 def. Louisiana Tech 60-55 def. Northwestern St. 60-59 lost to USL 63-53 def. Northeast La. 78-58 def. SE Louisiana 58-56 def. La. College 86-64 1955-56 (33-3) National Champions - NAIA GSC Champions Coach: Ralph O. Ward def. St. Edward 70-46 def. St. Edward 66-45 def. Hope College 94-65 def. McKendree College 54-46 def. Presbyterian Col. 61-59 def. Arkansas A&M 87-46 def. Arkansas A&M 86-55* def. Arkansas A&M 84-61* lost to New Mexico A&M 75-71* def. Lamar 92-51* def. SE Oklahoma 90-63* def. Sam Houston 95-64* def. Sam Houston 77-44* def. Lamar 80-47* def. SFA 72-60* def. SE Louisiana 71-68 lost to Lamar 61-60 lost to Northwestern St. 78-66 def. Louisiana Tech 70-58 def. Northwestern St. 86-67* def. La. College 88-59 def. USL 81-61 def. La. College 88-51* def. Southwest Texas 85-63* def. Northeast La. 94-62* def. USL 73-57* def. Louisiana Tech 63-58* def. SE Louisiana 92-71* def. Northeast La. 91-76 +def. Centenary 76-72 +def. Centenary 74-64* +def. Georgetown Col 88-65 +def. Central State 87-74 +def. Tennessee A&I 76-68 +def. Pittsburgh (KN) St. 78-72 +def. Texas Southern 60-55 +- NAIA tournament game 1956-57 (21-5) GSC Champions Coach: Ralph O. Ward def. Sam Houston 56-51 lost to West Texas 61-50 def. New Mexico A&M 51-48 def. Arkansas A&M 73-39* def. East Texas State 62-46* def. Sul Ross 83-45* def. Arkansas A&M 75-67 def. Mississippi Col. 57-40

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def. S. Arkansas St. 82-59* def. SW Texas 77-73* lost to SFA 44-41* def. East Texas State 55-52 def. USL 88-46 def. Northwestern St. 52-41 def. SE Louisiana 73-47* def. Louisiana Tech 61-51* def. La. College 79-57* def. La. College 72-60 def. Northwestern State 82-55* def. Northeast La. 86-59* def. Mississippi Col 72-51* lost to Centenary 69-65 def. Louisiana Tech 49-41 def. USL 56-40* lost to Northeast La. 76-67 lost to SE Louisiana 64-59 1957-58 (19-4) GSC Champions Coach: Ralph O. Ward Nov. 29 at McNeese 68, Sam Houston 47 Dec. 2 at Miss. Southern 64, McNeese 49 Dec. 4 at McNeese 39, Christian Brothers 36 Dec. 7 Centenary 48, at McNeese 47 Dec. 10 at Sam Houston 54, McNeese 48 Dec. 14 at McNeese 55, Miss. Southern 36 Dec. 17 at McNeese 52, E. Texas Baptist 45 Dec. 19 at McNeese 53, E. Texas State 50 Dec. 21 at McNeese 77, Georgia Teachers 44 Dec. 27 at McNeese 55, SFA 50 Jan. 3 *at McNeese 72, SE Louisiana 37 Jan. 9 *McNeese 65, at USL 57 Jan. 14 *McNeese 73, at Northeast La. 32 Jan. 18 *McNeese 66, at Louisiana Tech 57 Jan. 24 at McNeese 33, William Carey 19 Jan. 25 at McNeese 71, S. Arkansas 40 Jan 28 *at McNeese 69, USL 50 Feb. 1 *Northwestern St. 56, at McNeese 47 Feb. 8 *at McNeese 58, Louisiana Tech 55 Feb. 15 *McNeese 64, at Northwestern St. 54 Feb. 17 *at McNeese 66, Northeast La. 44 Feb. 20 McNeese 62, at Centenary 52 Feb. 28 *McNeese 53, at SE Louisiana 41 1958-59 (14-7) Coach: Ralph O. Ward Nov. 25 McNeese, 69, at Sam Houston 57 Dec. 3 at McNeese 73, Nicholls 50 Dec. 6 McNeese 66, at Ga. Teachers 55 Dec. 8 McNeese 65, at E. Tennessee St. 60 Dec. 10 McNeese 50, at Middle Tennessee 49 Dec. 12 at Christian Brothers 57, McNeese 50 Dec. 16 at McNeese 62, Sam Houston 59 Dec. 19 E. Texas State 51, at McNeese 45 Dec. 29 at McNeese 50, Missouri Valley 39 Dec. 30 at McNeese 51, SE Oklahoma 40 Jan. 10 *at Northwestern St. 82, McNeese 79 Jan. 13 *at McNeese 67, Northeast La. 59 Jan. 17 *at Louisiana Tech 74, McNeese 60 Jan. 24 at McNeese 74, Middle Tennessee 54 Jan. 27 *at Northeast La. 55, McNeese 53 Jan. 31 *McNeese 74, at USL 68 Feb. 3 *at McNeese 64, SE Louisiana 62, 2 ot Feb. 7 *Louisiana Tech 62, at McNeese 41 Feb. 14 *at McNeese 52, Northwestern St. 50, ot Feb. 17 *at McNeese 84, USL 70 Feb. 21 *at SE Louisiana 74, McNeese 57 1959-60 (12-15) Coach: Ralph O. Ward Nov. 23 at 59, McNeese 55 Nov. 26 at McNeese 55, Sam Houston 42 Nov. 28 McNeese 58, at Nicholls 52 Dec. 1 at Sam Houston 47, McNeese 46 Dec. 3 at E. Texas Baptist 44, McNeese 41 Dec. 5 E. Tennessee 63, at McNeese 58 Dec. 7 Southwest Texas 56, at McNeese 55 Dec. 10 at McNeese 50, Florence State 48 Dec. 11 at McNeese 50, Delta State 40 Dec. 12 USL 60, at McNeese 59

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E. Texas State 63, at McNeese 47 at McNeese 50, MacMurray 43 at McNeese 27, SFA 18 *at McNeese 62, Louisiana Tech 52 *at UL 55, McNeese 51 *Northwestern St. 59, at McNeese 57, 2 ot *at SE Louisiana 34, McNeese 29 *at McNeese 57, Northeast La. 50 McNeese 50, at La. College 36 at McNeese 59, E. Texas Baptist 34 *at McNeese 78, Nicholls 67 *at Louisiana Tech 46, McNeese 45 at McNeese 71, Hardin-Simmons 42 *USL 58, at McNeese 56, ot *at Northwestern St. 69, McNeese 59 *SE Louisiana 46, at McNeese 43 *at Northeast La. 63, McNeese 54

1960-61 (16-7) GSC Champions Coach: Ralph O. Ward Nov. 28 McNeese 75, at Sam Houston 57 Nov. 29 at SFA 58, McNeese 51 Dec. 5 at McNeese 80, Sam Houston 58 Dec. 8 McNeese 61, at La. College 54 Dec. 10 at Nicholls 74, McNeese 70 Dec. 13 at E. Texas State 54, McNeese 50 Dec. 15 at McNeese 67, William Carey 54 Dec. 19 at McNeese 72, Abilene Christian 61 Dec. 28 SFA 46, at McNeese 43 Jan. 3 McNeeese 67, at William Carey 54 Jan. 4 *McNeese 48, at SE Louisiana 25 Jan. 10 *at McNeese 63, Northwestern St. 58 Jan. 12 *McNeese 64, at Northeast La. 37 Jan. 16 *at McNeese 61, Louisiana Tech 37 Jan. 21 at McNeese 64, Louisiana College 56 Jan. 24 *at McNeese 62, SE Louisiana 42 Jan. 28 *at McNeese 59, USL 47 Jan. 31 *at McNeese 84, Nicholls 47 Feb. 6 *at Northwestern St. 60, McNeese 59 Feb. 11 *at McNeese 86, Northeast La. 57 Feb. 14 *McNeese 56, at Louisiana Tech 41 Feb. 18 at USL 72, McNeese 53 1961-62 (17-8) Coach: Ralph O. Ward Nov. 24 McNeese 61, vs. Nicholls 53 Nov. 25 McNeese 59, vs. Louisiana College 52 Dec. 2 McNeese 61, at Spring Hill 59 Dec. 4 at Louisiana College 44, McNeese 42 Dec. 7 at McNeese 89, Miss. College 76 Dec. 9 McNeese 47, at Nicholls 43 Dec. 11 at McNeese 62, Spring Hill 44 Dec. 12 McNeese 56, at SFA 51 Dec. 14 at Miss. College 63, McNeese 60 Dec. 18 at McNeese 81, William Carey 60 Dec. 19 at McNeese 53, E. Texas State 38 Dec. 21 at McNeese 77, Culver-Stockton 52 Dec. 28 at McNeese 69, Ouachita Baptist 59 Dec. 29 SE Oklahoma 82, at McNeese 59 Jan. 4 *at McNeese 60, Louisiana Tech 54, ot Jan. 9 *at McNeese 77, Northeast La. 67 Jan. 13 *at USL 55, McNeese 47 Jan. 20 *at Louisiana Tech 53, McNeese 45 Jan. 26 *at McNeese 73, Northwestern St. 56 Jan. 29 *at SE Louisiana 68, McNeese 48 Feb. 1 at McNeese 79, Nicholls 59 Feb. 6 *at Northwestern St. 61, McNeese 58 Feb. 9 *at Northeast La. 66, McNeese 61 Feb. 13 *at McNeese 64, SE Louisiana 51 Feb. 16 *at McNeese 54, USL 45 1962-63 (16-9) GSC Champions Coach: Ralph O. Ward Nov. 23 McNeese 62, vs. Louisiana College 58 Nov. 24 McNeese 75, vs. William Carey 57 Dec. 1 at Memphis 80, McNeese 51 Dec. 3 McNeese 60, at Southern Miss 59 Dec. 6 at SFA 49, McNeese 38 Dec. 8 at E. Texas Baptist 38, McNeese 37 Dec. 10 Nicholls 71, McNeese 67

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at Louisiana College 56, McNeese 54 at Nicholls 65, McNeese 54 at McNeese 55, Ark. St. Teachers 50 E. Texas State 47, at McNeese 44 at McNeese 60, Ouachita Baptist 49 at McNeese 59, SFA 54

lost to E. Texas Baptist 38-37 def. Nicholls St. 71-67* lost to Louisiana College 56-54 lost to Nicholls State 65-54 def. Ark. State Teachers 55-50* lost to E. Texas State 47-44 def. Ouachita Baptist 60-49* def. SFA 59-54* lost to SE Louisiana 49-41 lost to USL 51-48* def. Louisiana College 63-48* def. NW State 66-61 def. Louisiana Tech 58-53* def. NW State 67-53* def. Texas Lutheran 56-47* def. Northeast La. 75-67 def. SE Louisiana 63-50* def. USL 47-46 lost to Northeast La. 44-42 def. Louisiana Tech 54-49 1963-64 (10-16) Coach: Ralph O. Ward lost to SFA 52-48 def. LeTourneau 66-62 lost to Ouachita Baptist 64-56 lost to Memphis State 57-44 def. Texas Lutheran 49-44* lost to SFA 62-53* lost to NW State 63-53 lost to Nicholls St. 66-55 lost to Louisiana College 53-51 def. Georgetown (KY) 66-65* def. Louisiana College 63-58* def. E. Texas State 60-58* def. Spring Hill 57-47* lost to SE Oklahoma 71-68* lost to USL 52-50 lost to Louisiana Tech 71-61 def. Northeast La. 60-59* lost to Louisiana Tech 54-52* def. E. Texas Baptist 65-46* def. NW State 63-54* lost to USL 53-52 (OT)* lost to Lamar 70-51* lost to SE Louisiana 49-47 def. SE Louisiana 67-52* lost to Northeast La. 61-50 lost to Lamar 104-73 1964-65 (10-15) Coach: Ralph O. Ward def. Henderson St. 62-55 lost to Ouachita Baptist 85-61 lost to SFA 47-39* lost to Nicholls St. 60-58* lost to SFA 58-49 lost to Lamar 88-73 def. East Texas State 55-45* def. Louisiana College 72-53* def. Nicholls State 55-49 def. MacMurry (ILL) 70-56* def. SE Oklahoma 64-61* def. Louisiana Tech 65-52* lost to USL 67-56 def. NW State 52-48* def. Spring Hill 82-69* lost to SE Louisiana 74-63 lost to Southern Miss 77-72* lost to Louisiana College 56-46 lost to Northeast La. 64-63* lost to Lamar 78-69* lost to Louisiana Tech 53-51 lost to USL 55-45* lost to Northeast La. 70-60 lost to NW State 76-62


cNeese Cowboys Basketball A ll - T ime R esults def. SE Louisiana 75-65* 1965-66 (7-16) Coach: Ralph O. Ward def. Ouachita Baptist 66-65 lost to Henderson St. 86-74 lost to Spring Hill 45-33 lost to Ga. Southern 75-60* lost to Lamar 90-70 lost to SFA 71-65 lost to Northeast La. 65-62* def. E. Texas State 54-53* def. E. Central Okla. 68-57* def. Texas Lutheran 76-55* def. Northeast La. 64-51* lost to SE Louisiana 67-63 def. Louisiana Tech 70-55* lost to USL 72-48 lost to NW State 58-54 def. Nicholls St. 58-44* lost to NW State 70-69* lost to La. College 70-59 lost to Northeast La. 88-70 lost to SE Louisiana 78-62* lost to Louisiana Tech 39-35 lost to USL 69-55* lost to Nicholls St. 74-59 1966-67 (12-10) Coach: Ralph O. Ward lost to La. College 75-63* lost to NW State 71-63 lost to SFA 96-87 def. LeTourneau 83-66* def. Ouachita Baptist 89-72* def. SFA 74-64* def. Texas Lutheran 77-55* def. Missouri-Rolla 73-55* def. La. College 83-57* def. SE Louisiana 86-77* lost to Northeast La. 80-69 def. Louisiana Tech 55-44* lost to Nicholls State 92-66 def. LeTourneau 65-64 lost to USL 71-68* lost to La. College 75-66 def. SE Louisiana 87-83 def. Northeast La. 95-88* lost to Louisiana Tech 84-66 def. Nicholls St. 100-83 lost to USL 94-79 lost to NW State 74-64* 1967-68 (20-5) GSC Champions NCAA II Playoffs Coach: Ralph O. Ward def. Houston Baptist 96-70* lost to Lamar 89-74 lost to SFA 82-71 def. La. College 87-80 def. Nicholls St. 77-61 def. Ouachita Baptist 88-54* def. Texas Lutheran 81-52* def. Culver-Stockton 112-83* def. SFA 70-67* def. NW State 93-58* def. SE Louisiana 83-70 def. Lamar 104-88* def. Northeast La. 84-76 def. Louisiana Tech 67-57 def. La. College 82-80* def. LeTourneau 80-58* def. Nicholls State 75-67* def. NW State 99-86 def. SE Louisiana 90-71* def. USL 80-79* def. Northeast La. 82-75* def. Louisiana Tech 83-77 (OT)* lost to USL 100-82 +lost to Trinity 95-78 +lost to Jackson State 75-71 + - NCAA II tournament

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lost to E. Texas State 75-69 def. E. Texas State 90-60* def. Nicholls St. 83-67* lost to SFA 97-87 def. Louisiana Tech 87-79* def. La. College 74-55* def. NW Missouri 80-61* def. SE Oklahoma 80-70* lost to SFA 83-78* lost to NW State 85-66 def. Northeast La. 84-79* lost to SE Louisiana 49-46 lost to USL 73-61* lost to La. College 69-63 lost to USL 86-65 def. Texas Lutheran 80-64* lost to Louisiana Tech 86-70 lost to NW State 66-65* lost to Northeast La. 88-70 def. SE Louisiana 78-72* lost to Nicholls St. 54-43 1969-70 (8-13) Coach: Ralph O. Ward lost to Lamar 76-66 def. West Florida 85-74* lost to SFA 99-66 lost to NW State 72-71* lost to Lamar 87-70* lost to La. College 63-57* def. SE Oklahoma 77-57* lost to SFA 59-51* def. Texas Lutheran 61-43* def. SE Louisiana 76-73* lost to Nicholls St. 72-70 lost to USL 92-65* lost to La. College 88-78 def. Louisiana Tech 77-66* lost to USL 87-62 lost to Northeast La. 70-59 lost to Louisiana Tech 77-72 lost to NW State 65-59 def. Northeast La. 64-63* def. SE Louisiana 67-59 def. Nicholls St. 79-70*

lost to Northeast La. 77-68* def. SE Louisiana 75-74 lost to La. College 102-88 def. Southern (NO) 120-69* def. Texas Lutheran 80-66* lost to Northeast La. 86-84 def. SE Louisiana 87-79* def. Nicholls St. 113-91* lost to USL 95-83+ lost to Houston Baptist 90-80* def. Southwestern (TX) 88-81 lost to Louisiana Tech 85-81* lost to NW State 82-80 lost to South Alabama 70-67 + - USL forfeited victories

1972-73 (21-5) Coach: Bill Reigel def. West Florida 85-74* def. Houston Baptist 81-73* def. Nicholls State 106-74* def. La. College 80-77* lost to USL 88-67* lost to SE Louisiana 75-73& def. Southern (NO) 89-83 def. Nicholls St. 103-81 def. UT Arlington 89-76* def. NW State 82-63* def. Louisiana Tech 62-60 (OT)* def. Arkansas St. 101-77* lost to UT Arlington 80-77 lost to South Alabama 66-64 def. La. College 78-76 (OT) def. Lamar 97-87 lost to Northeast La. 81-80 (OT) def. Abilene Christian 79-75 lost to USL 69-65 def. Arkansas St. 81-80 lost to Louisiana Tech 87-72 def. Northeast La. 87-71* def. Abilene Christian 92-79* def. NW State 70-64 def. Lamar 85-79* def. SE Louisiana 86-69

1970-71 (12-12) Coach: Ralph O. Ward lost to South Alabama 64-37 lost to Spring Hll 76-66 def. Southern 81-64* def. Dillard 89-66 def. SE Oklahoma 95-74* lost to Northeast La. 77-60* def. SE Louisiana 72-68 def. North Park 72-59* lost to St. Leo 98-95 (2OT)* def. Ouachita Baptist 80-67* def. Nicholls State 78-71* lost to USL 92-68 def. La. College 73-65 lost to Louisiana Tech 75-70* lost to NW State 85-78* def. Texas Lutheran 94-57* lost to USL 103-73* lost to NW State 80-70 lost to Northeast La. 73-66 (OT) def. SE Louisiana 70-63* lost to Nicholls State 85-68 def. South Alabama 75-60* def. La. College 66-64* lost to Louisiana Tech 93-80

1973-74 (20-5) Coach: Bill Reigel lost to Centenary 82-72 def. SFA 84-69 def. Houston Baptist 84-78 def. NW State 80-79 (3OT)* def. SE Louisiana 77-64 def. Nicholls State 92-78 def. Houston Baptist 107-78* lost to NW State 77-73 def. Louisiana College 86-70* def. Northeaest La. 74-65* def. Okla. College 107-87* def. La. College 69-64 def. Lamar 85-68* def. UT Arlington 92-78 def. Murray State 76-65 def. Louisiana Tech 100-64* def. Arkansas St. 83-77* def. Nicholls St. 98-71 def. Lamar 92-83 (OT) lost to Oral Roberts 103-96 def. UT Arlington 93-65* lost to Louisiana Tech 93-88 def. Northeast La. 87-81 def. Arkansas State 65-60* def. SE Louisiana 69-60*

1971-72 (15-10) Coach: Bill Reigel def. Lamar 87-80* def. Spring Hill 94-86* def. Houston Baptist 78-76 lost to Nicholls St. 81-76 def. Southwestern (TX) 96-86* lost to Louisiana Tech 108-82* lost to USL 89-80+* def. La. College 77-75* def. Lamar 87-84 lost to Louisiana Tech 114-90 def. NW State 85-71*

1974-75 (16-8) GSC Champions Coach: E. W. Foy lost to NW State 75-70 def. SFA 89-82* lost to Centenary 76-71 lost to Houston Baptist 69-66 def. SE Louisiana 76-72* def. NW State 77-73* def. Houston Baptist 95-87* def. Hardin-Simmons 76-66 def. Southwestern (TX) 82-53* lost to Northeast La. 73-72

lost to Oral Roberts 82-80 def. Arkansas St. 74-70 lost to Louisiana Tech 92-80 def. UT Arlington 80-67 def. Lamar 104-63* lost to SE Louisiana 76-71 def. Northeast La. 76-75* def. La. College 78-71 def. Louisiana Tech 91-74* def. UT Arlington 80-77* def. La. College 92-67* def. Georgia State 84-72* lost to Lamar 86-85 def. Arkansas St. 101-84* 1975-76 (16-11) Coach: E. W. Foy def. Stetson 91-81 lost to UNO 80-66 def. Houston Baptist 99-80 lost to Centenary 87-70* lost to West Texas 69-60 def. Rice 89-80* lost to SE Louisiana 81-75* def. NW State 88-79 def. NW State 84-79* def. La. College 104-87* lost to S. Alabama 87-79 def. SE Louisiana 68-63 def. Houston Baptist 107-86* def. Arkansas St. 110-85* lost to Northeast La. 87-63 lost to Lamar 85-82 lost to Louisiana Tech 79-74* def. USL 84-77 def. UT Arlington 75-61 def. Lamar 99-82* def. Arkansas St. 85-78 (3OT) lost to Northeast La. 69-64* lost to Louisiana Tech 81-75 def. USL 98-91* def. UT Arlington 114-83* lost to Illinois St. 106-80 def. S. Alabama 85-76* 1976-77 (20-7) Coach: E. W. Foy def. Hardin Simmons 102-82* def. NW State 85-81 lost to Northeast La. 78-68 def. S. Alabama 75-74 (OT)* def. Southern Miss 83-73 def. NW State 80-78* lost to SE Louisiana 70-56* def. UNO 68-64* def. S. Alabama 59-57 def. SE Louisiana 72-61 (OT) def. La. College 66-57 lost to Centenary 69-62* def. Hardin-Simmons 91-77 def. Northeaest La. 76-75* def. Oral Roberts 68-62* lost to Lamar 79-75 (OT) def. SE Louisiana 82-75* def. Arkansas St. 65-63 def. UT Arlington 83-74* def. Louisiana Tech 68-66* lost to USL 83-69 def. Lamar 77-64* def. Arkansas St. 55-50 (2OT)* lost to Louisiana Tech 87-79 lost to UNO 71-65 def. UT Arlington 77-74 def. Centenary 74-71 1977-78 (20-8) SLC Champions Coach: Glenn Duhon lost to Centenary 65-59 lost to Texas Tech 69-56 def. Tulsa 73-62 def. Northeast La. 66-65 (OT) def. Southern Miss 96-76* lost to Brigham Young 78-68 def. Hawaii 67-63 def. Hawaii 83-71

def. Centenary 79-73* def. Portland St. 92-77* def. NW State 51-46* lost to NW State 89-81 def. Wis-Parkside 69-50* def. SE Louisiana 59-57* def. Central Okla. 92-72* lost to Northeast La. 59-54* def. SE Louisiana 58-57 def. Louisiana Tech 63-50* def. Arkansas St. 67-45* def. USL 91-83 (OT)* lost to UT Arlington 73-68 def. Lamar 76-75 lost to USL 97-84 lost to Illinois St. 87-68 def. UT Arlington 103-74* def. Lamar 84-80 (2OT)* def. Louisiana Tech 59-42 def. Arkansas St. 66-59 1978-79 (10-17) Coach: Glenn Duhon def. NW State 72-61* def. Arkansas-LR 91-85 lost to Dayton 85-61 lost to Wis-Milwaukee 78-61 lost to Southern 91-86 (2OT) lost to Pepperdine 81-69 def. SE Louisiana 81-56* lost to Morehead St. 81-69 lost to Middle Tennessee 67-61 def. Morehead St. 90-76* def. Pan American 76-69 lost to Illinois St. 78-63 (OT)* def. Wis-Parkside 76-54* lost to SE Louisiana 69-64 lost to Northeast La. 61-60* def. NW State 76-66 lost to Louisiana Tech 70-56* lost to Northeast La. 90-74 lost to USL 73-71* lost to Arkansas St. 70-69* lost to UT Arlington 100-85 lost to Louisiana Tech 95-83 lost to Lamar 95-79* def. UT Arlington 87-79* lost to Lamar 103-83 def. Arkansas St. 79-69 def. USL 88-86 (OT) 1979-80 (15-12) Coach: Glenn Duhon lost to S. Alabama 61-58 def. NW State 69-52 def. Northeast La. 60-54* def. Tulsa 73-65* def. Pan American 77-67* lost to Portland St. 89-70 lost to Montana St. 77-75 (OT) def. Alaska-Anchorage 83-68* def. Middle Tennessee 65-53* def. Wis-Parkside 61-51* def. Wis-Milwaukee 63-52* def. NW State 59-46* lost to Iona 76-66 lost to UConn 73-69 lost to Illinois St. 55-53 def. USL 84-81* def. UT Arlington 98-97 (2OT) lost to Northeast La. 82-57 lost to Louisiana Tech 62-60* lost to Arkansas St. 61-60 lost to USL 83-69 lost to Lamar 105-82 lost to UT Arlington 71-69 (OT)* def. Louisiana Tech 67-63 def. SE Louisiana 73-68* def. Arkansas St. 90-55* def. Lamar 95-85* 1980-81 (11-21) Coach: Glenn Duhon def. Col. of Ozarks 82-71* def. Northeast La. 74-68 lost to Wichita St. 91-66

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cNeese Cowboys Basketball A ll - T ime R esults lost to Oklahoma St. 75-68 def. Okla. A&S 86-80* lost to Hawaii-Hilo 82-70 lost to Hawaii 107-75 def. Hawaii 93-71 lost to Portland St. 84-61 lost to Arkansas St. 79-63 lost to Weber St. 78-63 def. Central Ark. 74-63* def. Texas Southern 80-70* def. UNO 70-68 (OT)* def. SE Louisiana 60-58 (OT)* def. UNO 75-61 (OT) lost to Northeast La. 88-81* def. Illinois St. 61-59 (OT)* lost to S. Alabama 64-60* lost toUSL 97-81 lost to Arkansas St. 64-57* lost to Louisiana Tech 78-59* lost to UT Arlington 111-77 lost to Lamar 90-87 (OT)* lost to Arkansas St. 79-64 lost to USL 72-69* lost to Louisiana Tech 75-57 lost to UT Arlington 100-87* lost to Lamar 87-76 ^def. UT Arlington 79-74 ^lost to Louisiana Tech 64-52 ^lost to USL 79-73 ^ - SLC tournament

1981-82 (14-15) Coach: Glenn Duhon lost to Marquette 88-57 lost to Ohio St. 63-60 def. Alaska-Anchorage 92-85 def. SE Louisiana 58-57 def. Siena Heights 66-64 (OT)* lost to Northeast La. 87-72 lost to Texas Southern 85-76 lost to Southern Miss 86-62 def. Prairie View 96-86* lost to Northeast La. 69-67* def. UT San Antonio 76-64* def. Nicholls St. 74-54* def. Wis-Parkside 83-73 lost to North Texas 79-71 lost to SE La. 61-60 (2OT)* def. Wis-Parkside 92-74* def. Arkansas St. 70-63* lost to Lamar 81-65 def. Louisiana Tech 72-64* lost to USL 85-84 lost to UT Arlington 96-84 def. UT San Antonio 73-64 def. Lamar 51-49* lost to Arkansas St. 55-53 (OT) lost to Louisiana Tech 81-69 lost to USL 81-77* def. UT Arlington 90-84* ^def. La Tech 78-77 (3OT) ^lost to USL 105-69 ^-SLC tournament

1982-83 (16-13) Coach: Glenn Duhon def. Nicholls St. 80-69 lost to SE Louisiana 68-61 lost to Murray St. 99-77 def. Prairie View 76-69* def. NW State 96-72 lost to Tex-El Paso 82-72 def. SE Louisiana 80-52* def. US International 73-69 def. Austin Peay 66-60 def. UT San Antonio 66-57* def. NW State 72-46* def. Belhaven 62-49* lost to USL 63-61* def. UT Arlington 71-68* def. North Texas 79-69 lost to Southern 75-71* lost to Louisiana Tech 65-48* def. Northeast La. 79-60* lost to Lamar 93-62 lost to Arkansas St. 79-67 def UT Arlington 49-48 def. North Texas 75-61* lost to Louisiana Tech 88-71 lost to Northeast La. 73-61 lost to Lamar 45-41** lost to USL 80-59 ^def. Northeast La. 112-101 (2OT) ^lost to North Texas 66-60 ^ - SLC tournament

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1983-84 (16-15) Coach: Glenn Duhon lost to Fullerton St. 78-66 def. Hardin-Simmons 87-72 lost to Alabama 93-77 lost to Grambling 69-64 def. Murray St. 68-64* lost to Southern 88-78 def. Grambling 77-65* lost to Marquette 79-55 def. Davidson 61-57 def. Texas Southern 90-80* lost to Oklahoma 118-79 def. William Carey 109-88* lost to USL 95-82* def. SE Louisiana 80-62* def. UT Arlington 82-80* lost to North Texas 72-71 (OT)* lost to Louisiana Tech 74-61 lost to Northeast La. 83-55 lost to Lamar 68-54* def. Arkansas St. 60-58 (OT)* def. SE louisiana 70-60 def. UT Arlington 57-55 lost to UT San Antonio 83-66 def. North Texas 67-57 def. Louisiana Tech 97-79* lost to Northeast La. 71-69* lost to Lamar 86-79 def. Arkansas St. 83-81 def. USL 57-55 ^def. Arkansas St.88-72 ^lost to Lamar 85-66 ^ - SLC tournament

1984-85: 18-10 Coach: Glenn Duhon lost to Southern Miss 74-56* def. E. Texas Baptist 81-57* def. Washburn 75-68* lost to Ill-Chicago 82-69 def. Wichita State 60-56 lost to Chicago St. 68-57* lost to San Diego St. 91-85 lost to Nev-Las Vegas 84-73 def. St. Thomas 92-56* def. Sul Ross 90-60* def. SE Louisiana 86-68* def. Arkansas St. 76-70 def. Lamar 84-73 lost to Northeast La. 84-77* def. USL 55-51 lost to Louisiana Tech 88-69* def. North Texas 82-64 def. UT Arlington 91-82* lost to SE Louisiana 65-60 def. Arkansas St. 70-60* def USL 87-86* def. Northeast La. 67-58 lost to La Tech 59-58 def. Lamar 72-68 (OT)* def. North Texas 78-59* def. UT Arlington 108-90 def. North Texas 89-78* ^lost to Lamar 95-88 ^ - SLC tournament

1985-86: 21-11 Coach: Glenn Duhon NIT def. Mississippi St. 76-67* def. Pan American 69-65* def. NW State 62-49 lost to Southern Miss 81-77 lost to S. Alabama 73-68 lost to San Diego 81-66 lost to Illinois St. 60-52 def. N. Texas 73-66 def. NW State 64-61* def. Houston Bapt. 62-50* def. Concordia (NY) 85-58* lost to Tulsa 81-62 def. Washington 96-92 def. S. Conn. 82-54* def. St. Mary 92-56* def. Lamar 67-62* def. UT Arlington 91-85* def. N. Texas 80-70* lost to Arkansas St. 62-49 lost to NE La. 72-63 def. Louisiana Tech 76-72 def. NE Louisiana 91-68* lost to UT Arlington 68-66 def. N. Texas 72-64 def. Arkansas St. 71-54* def. Louisiana Tech 68-58* lost to Lamar 90-81 def. UT Arlington 85-71*

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1986-87: 14-14 Coach: Glenn Duhon def. Pan American 67-64 def. Fresno St. 75-57 lost to Pepperdine 87-70 def. Houston Bapt. 73-69 lost to LSU 77-62* def. Ga. College 87-52* lost to Middle Tenn. 86-80 def. St. Mary (TX) 74-57* def. Chicago St. 79-74 lost to Oklahoma 68-63 lost to Lamar 70-65 def. Chicago St. 79-65* lost to NW State 56-51* lost to N. Texas 72-64 lost to Arkansas St. 65-55* lost to Southern Miss 72-62* def. NE La. 73-56* def. Louisiana Tech 74-68* lost to New Orleans 83-70 def. NE La. 60-57 lost to Louisiana Tech 71-63 def. NW State 75-61 def. N. Texas 93-88* lost to New Orleans 90-77* def. Arkansas St. 73-72 lost to Lamar 62-58* def. Pan American 85-81 (OT) ^lost to Arkansas St.69-59 ^ - SLC tournament

1987-88: 7-22 Coach: Steve Welch lost to New Orleans 98-62 lost to Southern Miss 107-74 lost to Middle Tenn 84-69* lost to Pepperdine 63-61* lost to S. Alabama 79-74 lost to Mississippi St. 76-66 def. Houston Bapt 72-71* lost to Chicago St. 84-75 (OT) lost to Louisiana Tech 68-58 lost to Lamar 63-50* lost to SFA 73-71 (OT) lost to SW Texas 79-72* def. Sam Houston 61-59* lost to NE La. 90-57 lost to N. Texas 91-78 def. UT Arlington 63-62 lost to N. Texas 78-75* lost to Lamar 82-73 def. UT Arlington 92-78* lost to NE La. 84-73* lost to NW State 83-76 (OT)* lost to New Orleans 81-79* lost to Sam Houston 90-62 lost to SW Texas 73-67 def. Louisiana Tech 65-64* def. SFA 68-65* def. SW Texas 87-79 lost to N. Texas 82-61 1988-89: 16-14 Coach: Steve Welch SLC Tournament Champion NCAA lost to Iowa 77-56 def. Houston Bapt. 60-56 def. Chattanooga 79-66* lost to USL 71-68 def. Montana St. 104-60* lost to LSU 91-89 lost to Chattanooga 79-67 def. Grambling 67-63* def. Lamar 71-68* lost to Grambling 78-69 def. SFA 58-57* lost to Louisiana Tech 70-64* def. SW Texas 75-69 def. Sam Houston 71-66 lost to NW State 87-69* def. NE La. 65-64 def. UT Arlington 56-51* def. N. Texas 79-73* lost to Louisiana Tech 90-78 lost to N. Texas 74-71 lost to UT Arlington 68-61 lost to NE La. 94-83* lost to NW State 110-100 lost to Lamar 76-67 def. Sam Houston 87-78*

def. SW Texas 67-57* def. SFA 87-85 def. NE La. 80-65* def. N. Texas 85-68* +lost to Illinois 77-71 + - NCAA tournament 1989-90: 14-13 Coach: Steve Welch lost to Louisiana Tech 60-56 lost to Fresno State 72-71* lost to LSU 85-49 lost to USL 92-82* lost to Wyoming 76-50 lost to Montana St. 80-66 lost to Ole Miss 75-71 def. Grambling 82-75* def. Lamar 99-83* lost to NE La. 66-53* def. NW State 74-71 lost to USL 92-61 def. SW Texas 92-91* def. Sam Houston 76-65* def. UT Arlington 67-61 lost to N. Texas 78-67 def. SFA 79-45 lost to NE La. 87-67 def. NW State 66-64* def. SW Texas 83-74 def. Sam Houston 56-50 def. Southern Miss 62-60* def. UT Arlington 75-51* def. N. Texas 60-54* lost to Lamar 48-47 def. SFA 76-61* lost to N. Texas 67-62 1990-91: 8-19 Coach: Steve Welch def. La. College 71-69* lost to Louisiana Tech 73-64* lost to S. Alabama 74-54* lost to USL 73-67 lost to SE La. 67-56 lost to Chapman 65-64* def. Grambling 87-64 lost to Ole Miss 79-58* def. Nicholls St. 83-79* lost to NE La. 74-59 def. NW State 71-66* lost to Lamar 79-72* lost to SW Texas 96-71 lost to Sam Houston 61-52 def. Nicholls St. 67-54 lost to UT Arlington 64-63* lost to N. Texas 86-80* lost to Lamar 89-63 lost to SFA 68-62 (OT) lost to NE La. 63-58* def. NW State 77-76 lost to Southern Miss 81-62* def. SW Texas 62-63* def. Sam Houston 74-60* lost to SFA 55-54* lost to UT Arlington 78-70 lost to N. Texas 80-63 1991-92: 7-22 Coach: Steve Welch def. Belhaven 95-89* def. SE La. 91-87* lost to La. College 86-82* lost to Ole Miss 92-70 +-def. Pan American 68-53 +-lost to Hawaii 85-65 lost to Brigham Young 104-64 lost to USL 94-69* lost to NE Louisiana 64-58* lost to NW State 101-92* lost to UT San Antonio 84-68 def. SW Texas 56-55 def. Sam Houston 81-54* lost to SFA 51-45* lost to LSU 115-67 lost to N. Texas 72-59 lost to UT Arlington 77-57 lost to Nicholls St. 69-51 lost to SW Texas 65-59* def. UTSA 89-84* lost to NE La. 82-57 lost to SFA 76-68 def. Sam Houston 86-63 lost to UT Arlington 103-88* lost to N. Texas 97-93* lost to S. Mississippi 92-63 lost to Nicholls St. 84-78* lost to NW State 122-90

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1992-93: 12-15 Coach: Steve Welch lost to LSU 83-72 def. Ark-Monticello 103-77* lost to Ole Miss 80-76* lost to Lamar 100-76 def. Stetson 80-74 lost to Northeastern 78-72* def. Central Florida 77-73 lost to Lamar 89-83* lost to UTSA 71-70* lost to SW Texas 71-64* lost to NE La. 94-63 def. NW State 96-94 (OT) lost to UT Arlington 72-70* def. N. Texas 70-67* lost to Nicholls St. 76-72 lost to Sam Houston 62-671 def. SFA 68-62 def. NW State 100-81* def. UTSA 79-68 def. N. Texas 77-68 lost to UT Arlington 77-75 lost to Nicholls St. 70-67* lost to NE La. 72-69* def. SFA 74-70* def. Sam Houston 87-65* def. SW Texas 65-64 ^lost to UTSA 77-68 ^-SLC tournament

1993-94: 11-16 Coach: Steve Welch def. La. College 83-49* def. Belhaven 83-58* lost to Ole Miss 75-55 lost to Lamar 83-78 lost to LSU 93-72 lost to Stanford 91-75 lost to San Francisco 98-69 lost to Lamar 65-62* lost to Nicholls St. 93-83* lost to N. Texas 68-64* def. UT Arlington 79-63* lost to NE La. 66-64 lost to NW State 75-71 def. UT San Antonio 73-61* def. SW Texas 80-65* def. SFA 73-66 lost to Sam Houston 75-64 def. UT Arlington 80-52 lost to N. Texas 53-47 def. NW State 72-58* lost to NE La. 75-71* lost to SW Texas 78-55 def. UTSA 78-76 def. Sam Houston 74-66* def. SFA 63-56* lost to Nicholls St. 95-70 ^lost to N. Texas 69-65 ^-SLC tournament

1994-95: 11-16 Coach: Ron Everhart lost to LSU 86-71 lost to SW Missouri 89-64 def. Alabama St. 107-86 def. Lamar 81-65 lost to Texas A&M 97-68 lost to Houston 83-76 def. Ole Miss 76-70* lost to UTSA 92-81 (OT)* def. SW Texas 62-54* def. SFA 90-88 lost to NW State 87-78 lost to NE La. 92-78 def. UT Arlington 78-75* lost to N. Texas 75-72* lost to Sam Houston 85-79 lost to Nicholls St. 101-79 lost to SW Texas 62-58 lost to UTSA 96-80 def. NE La. 82-62* lost to NW State 76-70* def. Southern 81-78* lost to UT Arlington 100-85 def. N. Texas 60-56 lost to Nicholls St. 99-96* def. Sam Houston 83-66* def. SFA 91-75* ^lost to Nicholls St. 88-69 ^ - SLC tournament


cNeese Cowboys Basketball A ll - T ime R esults 1995-96 (15-12) Coach: Ron Everhart def. Houston 83-81 (OT)* lost to LSU 83-73 def. Prairie View 101-62* def. Lamar 74-72* def. Texas A&M 83-68* lost to Dayton 86-76 lost to Cincinnati 103-69 def. NW State 94-75* def. NE La. 81-65* lost to UTSA 80-76 lost to SW Texas 67-66 def. UT Arlington 72-65* def. N. Texas 75-63* def. Sam Houston 72-65 lost to SFA 94-73 lost to NE La. 78-75 def. NW State 80-56 def. SW Texas 69-49* def. UTSA 89-83* def. Nicholls St. 90-71 lost to N. Texas 67-65 def. UT Arlington 86-73 lost to SFA 69-66* lost to Sam Houston 70-66* lost to Southern 94-82 def. Nicholls St. 92-80* lost to SFA 94-91 1996-97 (18-12) Coach: Ron Everhart SLC Champions lost to TCU 93-74 def. Mobile 81-71* def. La. College 103-82* lost to N. Arizona 81-75 lost to St. Mary’s 92-64 def. Alabama St. 79-64 def. Lamar 71-61 def. Prairie View 97-75* lost to Arkansas 95-68 def. Jackson St. 89-71* lost to Houston 98-79 lost to SW Texas 80-64 lost to UTSA 78-75 def. UT Arlington 75-51* def. Nicholls St. 99-91 lost to NE La. 70-61* def. NW State 97-77* def. SFA 84-73 lost to Sam Houston 80-76 lost to UT Arlington 69-67 (OT) def. UTSA 98-84* def. SW Texas 87-70* def. NE La. 75-66 lost to NW State 96-88 def. Sam Houston 90-52* def. SFA 89-78* def. Southern 103-95 def. Nicholls St. 113-94* ^def. UT Arlington 81-50 ^lost to SW Texas 76-59 ^-SLC tournament

1997-98 (7-19) Coach: Ron Everhart lost to Jackson St. 82-62 lost to C. Florida 67-51 def. Loyola 71-62* lost to Arkansas St. 66-52 lost to Houston 92-81* def. Norfolk St. 82-74 lost to Lamar 73-58* lost to Florida 95-53 lost to Colorado St. 71-55* lost to Nicholls St. 79-73* def. SE Louisiana 85-83* lost to NW State 70-60 lost to NE La. 90-66 lost to Sam Houston 79-77* lost to UTSA 84-70*

def. SW Texas 72-63* lost to SFA 90-73 lost to UT Arlington 73-68 lost to Sam Houston 73-60 lost to UTSA 72-57 def. NW State 96-84* lost to NE La. 90-84 (OT)* lost to Nicholls St. 87-80 def. SE Louisiana 89-80 def. Southern 77-74* lost to UT Arlington 73-65* 1998-99 (13-15) Coach: Ron Everhart lost to Colorado St. 78-60 lost to Norfolk State 86-82* lost to LSU 56-39 lost to Alabama 71-60 lost to USL 80-49 lost to Baylor 69-66 (OT) def. Central Florida 65-61* lost to New Mexico 90-46 lost to SE Louisiana 90-84 (OT) def. Southwest Texas 61-54* lost to UT San Antonio 79-69* def. NW State 69-63* lost to Northeast La. 90-79 lost to Sam Houston 76-70* lost to Nicholls St. 66-65 def. UT Arlington 71-62* def. Lamar 85-79* lost to UT San Antonio 89-80 lost to SW Texas 75-67 def. UT Arlington 84-69 def. SFA 86-80 def. Northeast La. 93-78* def. Sam Houston 87-72 def. SE Louisiana 99-68* def. Lamar 92-80 def. SFA 103-86* ^def. Nicholls St. 100-87 ^lost to SW Texas 92-82 (OT) ^-SLC tournament

1999-2000 (6-21) Coach: Ron Everhart lost to Wichita St. 72-52 lost to Ole Miss 86-59 lost to Baylor 78-55 lost to West Virginia 93-84 lost to Louisiana Tech 93-60 lost to La-Lafayette 74-61* lost to Richmond 83-71* def. Jackson St. 68-59* lost to NW State 63-60* lost to UNO 62-60 lost to Sam Houston 70-65* lost to Lamar 74-49 lost to UT San Antonio 93-65 def. SW Texas 75-70 lost to Nicholls St. 62-60* def. SE Louisiana 67-66* lost to UT Arlington 87-59 lost to Sam Houston 77-54 lost to NW State 76-63 def. Northeast La. 89-86 lost to SFA 74-65* lost to UT Arlington 90-77* lost to SE Louisiana 71-62 def. SW Texas 77-73* lost to UT San Antonio 96-79* def. Lamar 64-52* lost to Nicholls State 80-71 2000-2001 (22-9) Coach: Ron Everhart SLC Champions NIT lost to Mississippi St. 83-74 lost to La-Lafayette 88-81 def. Louisiana Tech 76-61* def. Loyola (NO) 108-48*

lost to LSU 87-68 lost to Lamar 74-72 lost to Sam Houston St. 96-92 OT def. Arkansas State 87-79* lost to UT San Antonio 70-66* def. Southwest Texas 84-76* def. Nicholls State 80-67* def. La-Monroe 91-72 def. Northwestern State 95-77 lost to Richmond 90-80 def. SE Louisiana 80-56* def. UT Arlington 87-83* def. SFA 74-51* def. SE Louisiana 84-46 def. Nicholls State 87-81 def. UT San Antonio 89-79 def. Southwest Texas 89-83 def. Lamar 61-52* def. Sam Houston State 76-56* def. UT Arlington 105-96 def. SFA 75-69 def. Northwestern State 103-92* def. La-Monroe 88-81* ^def. La-Monroe 83-78 ^def. Sam Houston State 99-82 ^lost to Northwestern State 72-71 +lost to UTEP 84-74 ^ - SLC tournament finals + - NIT

2001-2002 (21-9) Coach: Tic Price SLC Champions SLC Tournament Champions NCAA lost to La-Lafayette 76-69 def. Loyola (NO) 88-46* lost to Auburn 78-74 lost to Alabama 90-61 lost to La-Monroe 79-73 def. Nicholls State 67-60* def. Jackson State 70-63 def. Southwest Texas 76-66* lost to LSU 80-57 lost to Texas 80-67 def. SE Louisiana 68-63* def. UT San Antonio 71-55* lost to Sam Houston St. 76-75 (OT) def. Lamar 73-65 lost to UT San Antonio 81-73 def. Southwest Texas 76-71 def. La-Monroe 66-55* def. UT Arlington 67-61* def. SE Louisiana 60-58 def. Nicholls Sate 74-46 def. Northwestern State 67-63 def. Stephen F. Austin 65-49 def. UT Arlington 81-74 def. Lamar 74-46* def. Sam Houston St. 79-68* def. Northwestern State 75-53* def. Stephen F. Austin 62-37* ^def. lamar 71-57* ^def. La-Monroe 65-43* +lost to Mississippi State 70-58 ^ - SLC tournament + - NCAA tournament

2002-2003 (15-14) Coach: Tic Price def. Texas Wesleyan 85-54* lost to Mississippi St. 81-065 def. La-Lafayette 76-74* def. Loyola (NO) 102-63* lost to LSU 93-72 def. Liberty 87-74 lost to Texas 97-59 def. Texas State 74-65* lost to Sam Houston State 85-78* lost to UT Arlington 74-62 lost to Stephen F. Austin 79-69 def. Northwestern St. 71-56*

def. La-Monroe 81-66* lost to Texas State 91-53 def. UT San Antonio 66-51 def. Nicholls State 75-70 lost to La-Monroe 58-50 lost to Lamar 68-65 def. Stephen F. Austin 63-53* lost to UT Arlington 56-52* def. Nortwestern St. 70-57 def. UT San Antonio 72-66* lost to SE Louisiana 74-67 def. Nicholls State 71-50* lost to SE Louisiana 81-78 (OT)* lost to Sam Houston State 81-66 def. Lamar 72-62* ^def. UT Arlington 78-67 ^lost to Sam Houston State 64-58 ^-SLC tournament

2003-2004 (11-16) Coach: Tic Price def. Spring Hill 78-65* lost to LSU 87-77 def. Loyola (NO) 81-62* def. Tougaloo 88-68* lost to Mississippi State 92-69 lost to Centenary 77-71 lost to La-Lafayette 76-70 lost to George Mason 96-63 lost to Arizona State 81-61 lost to Louisiana Tech 69-68* def. Centenary 73-60* lost to Texas State 81-76 lost to Northwestern State 84-78* lost to Stephen F. Austin 64-60 lost to UT Arlington 77-75 def. Nicholls State 78-57 lost to SE Louisiana 83-72 lost to Northwestern State 92-81 lost to UT San Antonio 93-81 lost to UT Arlington 89-78* def. Lamar 77-72* def. Stephen F. Austin 71-68* lost to La-Monroe 70-65 def. Sam Houston State 78-65* def. Texas State 79-67* def. SE Louisiana 71-68* def. Nicholls State 81-64* 2004-05 (13-15) Coach: Tic Price lost to Houston 85-72 def. Louisiana College 84-67* lost to Southern Miss 100-77 def. Spring Hill 71-43* def. Jarvis Christian 93-54* lost to LSU 82-79 def. William Carey 90-55* lost to Louisiana Tech 81-63 lost to Ark-LR 78-68 lost to La-Lafayette 71-70* def. George Mason 87-76* def. Texas State 69-57* def. La-Monroe 65-64* lost to Lamar 87-81 lost to UT Arlington 84-75* lost to UT San Antonio 80-75* lost to Nicholls State 90-81 lost to UT Arlington 83-78 lost to Stephen F. Austin 63-58 lost to Northwestern State 92-73* def. Southeastern La. 71-69 def. Stephen F. Austin 56-43* def. Sam Houston State 73-70 def. Texas State 73-68 def. Nicholls State 89-69* def. Southeastern La. 76-68* lost to Northwestern St. 103-73 lost to Sam Houston State 88-70 2005-06 (14-14) Coach: Tic Price

def. Mary Hardin Baylor 68-63* def. Louisiana College 98-46* lost to Richmond 58-50 lost to Auburn 91-76 lost to LSU 90-70 lost to Louisiana Tech 80-67 def. Spring Hill 79-75* lost to La-Lafayette 89-77 def. Liberty 85-72* lost to Houston 78-67 def. Southern Miss 87-82 OT* def. Lamar 83-78 def. UT San Antonio 78-74* def. Sam Houston State 60-57 lost to SFA 64-57 def. Nicholls State 64-59* lost to La-Monroe 74-67* def. UT Arlington 66-63* def. Lamar 76-72* lost to UT San Antonio 100-75 def. Texas State 69-58 lost to SFA 82-76* def. Sam Houston State 76-64 def. La-Monroe 62-38* lost to Northwestern State 97-79 lost to SE Louisiana 82-71* lost to UT Arlington 71-62 lost to SFA 72-70

2006-07 (15-17)

Coach: Dave Simmons

lost to Florida State 85-65 lost to SMU 70-54 lot to Illinois State 67-50 def. Louisiana College 89-60* lost to Louisiana Tech 59-50* def. Texas College 77-53* lost to LSU 91-57 def. Mississippi Valley St. 61-44 def UALR 60-46 lost to Mississippi State 89-63 lost to Mississippi Valley St. 76-45 def. UL-Lafayette 68-63* lost to Southern Miss 58-41 lost to Coastal Carolina 81-67 lost to TAM-Corpus 74-62 def. Sam Houston State 59-58 lost to Stephen F. Austin 67-53 * lost to NW State 98-90 (2OT) def. C. Arkansas 61-56 OT)* def. Lamar 68-60* lost to SE Louisiana 69-64 (O) lost to Nicholls St. 61-53 def. Texas State 67-65 lost to UT Arlington 52-46* def. NW State 83-51* def. C. Arkansas 58-55 def. UTSA 63-57 lost to Lamar 75-71 def. SE Louisiana 63-45* def. Nicholls State 77-76* def. UT Arlington 77-76 lost to TAMCorpus 86-67 *- home game

2007-08 (13-16)

Coach: Dave Simmons

lost to Texas A&M 73-50 lost to LSU 78-74 def. La. College 65-45* def. UT-Tyler 65-49* lost to Lipscomb 65-47 def. Florida Atlantic 64-59 def. Dillard 87-53* def. La-Lafayette 67-61 lost to Missouri 81-44 lost to Lipscomb 69-65* def. Southern Miss 63-57 lost to Louisiana Tech 73-63 def. TAM-Corpus 657-59* lost to Sam Houston St. 64-49*

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cNeese Cowboys Basketball All-Time Results • Postseason Honors lost to SFA 64-39 def. Northwestern St. 85-74* lost to Central Arkansas 57-43 lost to Lamar 89-67 lost to SE Louisiana 80-61 lost to Nicholls St. 74-71 OT* def. TExas State 81-77* def. UT Arlington 74-69 lost to Northwestern St. 81-71 def. Central Arkansas 77-48* def. UT San Antonio 74-53 def. Lamar 74-71* lost to SE Louisiana 69-63* lost to Nicholls State 75-63 lost to Sam Houston St. 64-62 OT^ ^ - SLC tournament

2008-09 (11-18)

Coach: Dave Simmons

lost to Tulane 68-62 def. UL-Monroe 82-63 lsot to TCU 68-64 def. Florida Atlantic 72-68* lost to UL-Lafayette 73-64 def. Louisiana College 88-59* def. UL-Monroe 66-57* def. Louisiana Tech 61-44* lost to Southern Miss 69-50 lost to LSU 62-59 lost to Samford 57-52* lost to Texas A&M 57-52 def. Wiley College 84-75* lost to UTSA 58-49 def. Lamar 75-63* lost to SE Louisiana 52-49 lost to Central Arkansas 58-54* lost to Nicholls State 56-45* lost to SFA 43-41 def. Northwestern State 81-75* def. Texas State 85-79* lost to UT Arlington 78-59 def. SFA 59-56* def. Northwestern State 88-74 lost to TAM-Corpus 49-46 lost to Sam Houston St. 75-60* lost to Nicholls St. 80-76 OT lost to SE Louisiana 71-61* lost to Central Arkansas 78-69

2009-10 (10-20)

Coach: Dave Simmons

lost to N. Colorado 101-73 lost to Hawaii 73-65 lost to S. Utah 68-59 def. Louisiana College 73-36* lost to Samford 68-52 def. UL Lafayette 60-58* def Paul Quinn 101-54* lost to Ole Miss 83-67 def. Tulane 61-57 lost to Louisiana Tech 79-58 def. Southern (NO) 77-59* lost to Rice 75-62 lost to Texas Tech 76-75 lost to LSU 83-60 lost to UTSA 78-69* lost to Lamar 79-78 def. SE Louisiana 71-67* def. Central Arkansas 68-53 lost to Nichoills 63-61 lost to SFA 70-55* def. Northwestern St. 92-85 lost to Texas State 95-88 lost to UTA 70-58* lost to SFA 69-56 lost to Northwestern St. 82-72* def. TAMCC 65-62 lost to Sam Houston 74-56 def. Nicholls 69-53* lost to SE Louisiana 60-59 lost to Central Arkansas 76-72*

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2010-11 (21-12)

2012-13 (14-17, 7-11/7th SLC)

SLC Champions • NIT Nov. 13 lost to Washington 118-64 Nov. 16 W 68-62 vs. Georgia State Nov. 20 W 92-53 vs. Louisiana College Nov. 22 lost 75-60 at Southern Miss Nov. 24 lost 79-59 at Miami Dec. 1 W 69-66 vs. UL Lafayette Dec. 9 W 96-91 vs. Jarvis Christian Dec. 11 W 80-70 vs. Louisiana Tech Dec. 13 W 84-66 vs. SW Assemblies Dec. 16 L 78-66 (ot) at LSU Dec. 19 W 65-63 (ot) vs. Sacramento St. Dec. 21 W 100-61 vs. Univ. of SW Dec. 31 L 66-57 at Texas A&M Jan. 8 W 72-49 vs. AMCC* Jan. 15 W 78-76 at Lamar* Jan. 15 W 97-72 vs. Texas State* Jan. 19 L 80-77 at SE Louisiana* Jan. 22 L 87-77 (ot) at Northwestern State* Jan. 26 W 66-65 at Nicholls* Jan. 29 W 70-63 at Central Arkansas* Feb. 5 L 65-50 at Stephen F. Austin* Feb. 12 W 81-67 vs. Central Arkansas* Feb. 14 W 73-63 vs. Sam Houston State* Feb. 16 L 65-61 at UTSA* Feb. 19 W 78-62 vs. Northwestern State* Feb. 23 W 81-72 at Texas-Arlington* Feb. 26 W 71-51 vs. Nicholls* Mar. 2 L 81-74 vs. SE Louisiana* Mar. 5 W 92-74 vs. Lamar* Mar. 9 W 61-54 vs. Nicholls^ Mar. 10 W 91-83 vs. Texas State^ Mar. 12 L 75-72 vs. UTSA^ Mar. 15 L 82-64 vs. Boston College! * - Southland Conference games ^ - SLC Tournament games ! - NIT Tournament

Nov. 9 W 72-54 vs. Louisiana College Nov. 13 L 73-48 at LSU Nov. 15 L 64-53 at Southeastern Missouri Nov. 20 L 76-50 at Ole Miss Nov. 27 W 93-62 vs. Centenary Dec. 3 W 73-47 vs. Texas-Tyler Dec. 8 W 77-72 vs. UL-Lafayette Dec. 12 W 80-72 vs. Louisiana Tech Dec. 16 W 80-75 at Texas Tech Dec. 22 L 97-63 at North Carolina Jan. 3 L 78-63 at Northwestern State* Jan. 5 L 71-43 at Stephen F. Austin* Jan. 7 L 64-63 vs. Nicholls* Jan. 10 W 75-71 vs. AMCC* Jan. 12 L 72-57 vs. Sam Houston State* Jan. 19 W 74-50 vs. Lamar* Jan. 24 L 103-98 at Central Arkansas* 3ot Jan. 26 L 75-54 at Oral Roberts* Jan. 30 L 59-39 vs. Stephen F. Austin* Feb. 3 L 86-74 vs. Northwestern State* Feb. 7 W 59-58 vs. Sam Houston State* ot Feb. 9 L 61-58 at AMCC* Feb. 16 W 69-62 at Lamar* Feb. 19 W 65-58 vs. Southeastern La.* Feb. 23 L 79-66 at Toledo Feb. 28 W 56-54 vs. Oral Roberts* Mar. 2 L 68-67 vs. Central Arkansas* Mar. 7 L 79-68 at Southeastern La.* Mar. 9 W 91-88 at Nicholls* 2ot Mar. 13 W 62-59 vs. Nicholls^ Mar. 14 L 85-65 vs. Southeastern La.^ * - Southland Conference games ^ - SLC Tournament games

Coach: Dave Simmons

2011-12 (17-16, 10-6 SLC) Coach: Dave Simmons

CollegeInsider.com Tourney Nov. 11 L 84-62 at Auburn Nov. 15 W 71-52 vs. La. College Nov. 18 L 69-50 at Georgia State Nov. 22 W 80-43 vs. Dillard Nov. 26 W 68-63 at Sacramento St. Nov. 28 L 73-57 at California Dec. 1 L 78-56 at UL-Lafayette Dec. 10 W 86-45 vs. Bacone Dec. 14 L 60-58 at Louisiana Tech Dec. 19 L 69-54 at UTEP Dec. 21 L 82-62 at New Mexico St. Dec. 31 L 65-56 vs. Southern Miss. Jan. 7 W 71-69 at AMCC* Jan. 11 W 57-54 vs. Lamar* Jan. 14 L 82-73 at Texas State* Jan. 18 W 61-47 vs. SLU* Jan. 21 L 64-61 vs. NW State* Jan. 25 W 60-56 at Nicholls* Jan. 29 W 87-76 vs. UCA* Feb. 1 W 67-61 at SHSU* Feb. 5 W 66-56 vs. S.F. Austin* Feb. 11 W 71-56 at UCA* Feb. 13 W 70-61 at NW State* Feb. 15 W 58-54 vs. UTSA* Feb. 18 W 76-61 vs. SEMO Feb. 22 L 93-89 vs. UTA* Feb. 25 L 78-75 vs. Nicholls* Feb. 29 L 64-57 at SLU* Mar. 3 L 78-68 at Lamar* Mar. 7 W 78-74 vs. UTSA^ Mar. 8 W 92-72 vs. UTA^ Mar. 10 L 70-49 vs. Lamar^ Mar. 13 L 76-63 at Toledo! * - Southland Conference games ^ - SLC Tournament games ! - CollegeInsider.com Tournament

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Coach: Dave Simmons

Coach of Year Awards

2011 - Dave Simmons - Southland Conference - Louisiana Sports Writers - NCAA District 2002 - Tic Price - Southland Conference - Louisiana Sports Writers - NCAA District 2001 - Ron Everhart - Southland Conference - NCAA District 1978 - Glenn Duhon - Louisiana Sports Writers 1970 - Ralph Ward - Gulf States Conference 1968 - Ralph Ward - Gulf States Conference 1963 - Ralph Ward - Gulf States Conference 1961 - Ralph Ward - Gulf States Conference 1958 - Ralph Ward - Gulf States Conference 1957 - Ralph Ward - Gulf States Conference 1956 - Ralph Ward - Gulf States Conference

Player of the Year

2012 - Patrick Richard - Southland Conference 2001 - Demond Mallet - Southland Conference 1999 - Demond Mallet - La. Athletic Directors Association 1997 - Rosell Ellis - Southland Conference 1990 - Anthony Pullard - Southland Conference 1987 - Jerome Batiste - Southland Conference 1985 - Joe Dumars

- Southland Conference - Louisiana Sports Writers 1979 - David Lawrence - Southland Conference 1975 - Henry Ray - Southland Conference 1963 - Jimmie Shields - Gulf States Conference 1961 - Stan Kernan - Gulf States Conference 1958 - Stan Kernan - Gulf States Conference 1957 - Frank Glenn - Gulf States Conference 1956 - Bill Reigel - Gulf States Conference, NAIA 1955 - Bill Reigel - Gulf States Conference

Freshman of the Year 2000 - Jason Coleman - Southland Conference 1984 - Jerome Batiste - Southland Conference 1982 - Joe Dumars - Southland Conference

Newcomer of the Year 1996 - Pointer Williams - Southland Conference

SLC Tournament MVP 2002 - Fred Gentry

All-Americans

Kenny Jimerson (1986) Joe Dumars (1982, 1983, 1984, 1985) Fred Chaffould (1982) David Lawrence (1979, 1980) John Rudd (1977, 1978) Chirley McLaurin (1977) Edmond Lawrence (1975, 1976) Henry Ray (1974) J. T. Williams (2006) Gulf States Conference George Murphy (1970, 1971) Clyde Briley (1964, 1965) Jimmie Shields (1963) Don Troutman (1960, 1962) Stan Kernan (1958, 1959, 1961) Al Nesmith (1961) Frank Glenn (1957, 1958) Bill Reigel (1955, 1956) Roy Moore (1954, 1955) Dick Miller (1953)

SLC All-Tournament

Dontae Cannon (2012) Patrick Richard (2011, 2012) Diego Kapelan (2011) Jason Coleman (2003) *Fred Gentry (2002) Ben Perkins (2002) Demond Mallet (2001) Tierre Brown (2001) *Michael Cutright (1989) Anthony Pullard (1989) Jerome Batiste (1986, 1987) Joe Dumars (1982, 1983, 1984, 1985) * - tournament MVP

2012 - Patrick Richard - Associated Press HM 1985 - Joe Dumars - The Sporting News 1980 - David Lawrence - Citizen Savings 1974 - David Wallace - CoSIDA Academic 1961 - Stan Kernan - Associated Press, NAIA 1957 - Frank Glenn - Associated Press, NAIA 1956 - Bill Reigel - Associated Press, UPI, NAIA

McNeese Conference Leaders

Athlete of the Year

Rebound Leaders

1961 - Stan Kernan - Gulf States Conference 1956 - Bill Reigel - Gulf States Conference

Retired Numbers

1985 - Joe Dumars - No. 4, McNeese State 1961 - Stan Kernan - No. 25, McNeese State 1957 - Frank Glenn - No. 34, McNeese State 1956 - Bill Reigel - No. 33, McNeese State

First Team All-Conference

Southland Conference Patrick Richard (2011, 2012) Fred Gentry (2002) Tierre Brown (2000, 2001) Demond Mallet (1998, 1999, 2001) Rosell Ellis (1997) Pointer Williams (1996) Anthony Pullard (1988, 1989, 1990) Jerome Batiste (1986, 1987)

Scoring

Southland Conference

2012 - Patrick Richard (17.9) 2001 - Demond Mallet (21.3) 2000 - Tierre Brown (22.0) 1998 - Demond Mallet (18.9) 1990 - Anthony Pullard (22.5) 1987 - Jerome Batiste (21.9) 1985 - Joe Dumars (25.8) 1984 - Joe Dumars (26.4)

Gulf States Conference

1965 - Clyde Briley (24.3) 1963 - Jimmie Shields (19.0) 1961 - Stan Kernan (24.0) 1956 - Bill Reigel (33.9) 1954 - Roy Moore (20.9)

Southland Conference

1991 - Derrick Turner (8.5) 1986 - Jerome Batiste (8.7) 1982 - Fred Chaffould (11.0) 1979 - David Lawrence (12.7) 1978 - John Rudd (10.7) 1976 - John Rudd (13.7) 1975 - John Rudd (12.5) 1974 - Edmond Lawrence (11.1)

Gulf States Conference

1956 - Frank Glenn (12.5)

Free Throw Percentage Southland Conference

1993 - Paul Wallace (.908) 1985 - Joe Dumars (.852) 1978 - Chirley McLaurin (.825)

Gulf States Conference

1969 - Kent Andrews (.880) 1968 - Kent Andrews (.944) 1967 - Kent Andrews (.918) 1965 - Clyde Briley (.909) 1964 - Clyde Briley (.885) 1962 - Don Troutman (.821) 1961 - Stan Kernan (.888) 1954 - Hugh Cole (.848)

Field Goal Percentage Southland Conference

2002 - Fred Gentry (.599) 1997 - Rosell Ellis (.668)


cNeese Cowboys Basketball P ostseason H onors & A war d s SLC Tournament Records Single Game FGM: 17, Joe Dumars vs North Texas 1985 FT PCT: 1.000 (12 of 12) Dwayne Davis vs North Texas, 1989 Rebounds: 22, Anthony Pullard vs North Texas 1990 Steals: 7, Joe Dumars vs North Texas, 1985 Minutes Played: 55, Chris Faggi vs Louisiana Tech, 1982

1970 George Murphy 1969 George Boyd 1968 Ed Green Gulf States Conference 1960 - Al Nesmith (.524) 1967 Dean Glenn 1957 - Frank Glenn (.476) 1956 - Bill Reigel (.498) 1966 Tom Wunder 1955 - Bill Reigel (.478) 1965 Clyde Briley Assists 1964 Clyde Briley Southland Conference 1996 - Pointer Williams (7.4) 1963 Jimmie Shields 1986 - Girard Harmon (8.1) 1962 Jimmie Shields 1985 - Girard Harmon (6.6) 1961 Stan Kernan Steals Southland Conference McNeese Team Award Winners 1960 Al Nesmith 2006 - Dwight Boatner (3.0) MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 1999 - Franklin Paul (2.8) 1959 Stan Kernan 1996 - Pointer Williams (4.4) (sponsored by Lake Charles Toyota ) 1958 Stan Kernan Blocked Shots 2013 Dontae Cannon 1957 Frank Glenn Southland Conference 2012 Patrick Richard 2008 - Kleon Penn (4.0) 1956 Bill Reigel 1997 - Jason Wallace (1.6) 2011 Patrick Richard 1955 Bill Reigel 1994 - Martin Yokum (1.8) 1993 - Martin Yokum (2.4) 2010 Patrick Richard 1954 Roy Moore 1991 - Martin Yokum (1.9) 1981 - Ben Scarborough (1.4) 2009 John Pichon 1953 Jerry Doland 2008 John Ford 1952 Dick Miller Three Point Percentage 2007 Jarvis Bradley Southland Conference 1951 Don Williams 2003 - Edward Garriet (.450) 2006 J. T. Williams 1950 Ray Manis 2005 Edward Garriet 1949 James Darnell Three Point Goals Made Southland Conference 2004 Jerrick Oliver 1948 Wayne Kingrey 2004 - Edward Garriet (3.3) 2003 Damond williams 1947 Aubrey Cole 2003 - Jason Coleman (3.0 ) 2002 Fred Gentry OUTSTANDING PLAYER Southland Records Held by Cowboys 2001 Demond Mallet 2000 Fred Gentry Field Goal PCT (sponsored by William B. Lawton) Game: 1.00 (10/10) Fab Flournoy vs SFA, 1995 1999 Franklin Paul 2013 - Desharick Guidry 1998 Demond Mallet 2012 - Dontae Cannon Three Point Goals Made 1997 Rosell Ellis 2011 - Diego Kapelan Career: 331, Demond Mallet (1997-2001) 1996 Pointer Williams 2010 - Diego Kapelan Three Point Goals Attempted 1995 Alvydas Pazdrazdis 2009 - Kleon Penn Career: 878, Demond Mallet (1997-2001) 1994 Darrik Clark 2008 - Jarvis Bradley 1993 Melvin Johnson 2007 - John Ford Three Point Goal PCT 1992 Derek Haywood Game: 1.000 (8/8) Demond Mallet vs 2006 - Dwight Boatner Nicholls (1/3/98); 1.000 (8/8) Edward 1991 Derrick Turner 2005 - J. T. Williams Garriet vs Houston (11/14//04) 1990 Anthony Pullard 2004 - Edward Garriet 1989 Michael Cutright 2003 - Jason Coleman Free Throws Made 1988 Anthony Pullard Season: 267, Joe Dumars (1984) 2002 - Jason Coleman Career: 723, Joe Dumars (‘82-85) 1987 Jerome Batiste 2001 - Tierre Brown 1986 Jerome Batiste 2000 - Tierre Brown Free Throws Attempted 1985 Joe Dumars 1999 - Demond Mallet Career: 917, Joe Dumars (‘82-85) 1984 Joe Dumars Personal Fouls 1983 Joe Dumars SCHOLASTIC AWARD Career: 385, Chris Faggi (‘78-82 1982 Chris Faggi (sponsored by Dr. David Drez) 1981 Kevin Ross 2013 - Kevin Hardy 1980 David Lawrence 2012 - Daniel Richard Team Records 1979 David Lawrence Best free throw pct: 2011 - Preston David 1.000 (21 of 21 vs Southeastern La., 2001) 1978 John Rudd 2010 - Preston David 1977 John Rudd 2009 - Preston David Most Rebounds Chirley McLaurin 2008 - John Ford Game: 81 vs Lamar 1973 and 1975 1976 Edmond Lawrence 2007 - John Ford Most Victories 1975 Henry Ray 2006 - J. T. Williams SLC: 17, 2002 1974 Curtis St. Mary 2005 - Andrew Queen 1973 Gene Bodden 2004 - Brian Guilbeaux 1972 Henry Ray 2003 - Larry Jackson 1971 George Murphy 2002 - Paul Beik 1989 - Mark Thompson (.590) 1986 - Jerome Batiste (.604) 1979 - David Lawrence (.635)

2001 - Paul Beik 2000 - Paul Beik 1999 - Khalid Morris

1995 - Harry Boudreaux 1994 - Alvydas Pazdrazdis 1993 - Darrik Clark 1992 - Paul Wallace FESS SALTER MEMORIAL 1991 - Derek Haywood (Sponsored by Mrs. Gail Baggett) 1990 - Derrick Turner 2013 - Jeremie Mitchell– 2012 - Adrian Fields SECONDO DICARLO DEFENSIVE AWARD 2011 - Daniel Richard (sponsored by Dr. Emma DiCarlo Vincent) 2010 - Daniel Richard 2013 - Kevin Hardy 2009 - Stephan Martin 2012 - Patrick Richard 2008 - Rorey Lawrence 2011 - Patrick Richard 2007 - Troy Aaron 2010 - Stephan Martin 2006 - Ryan Price 2009 - Kleon Penn 2005 - Jamelle Juneau 2008 - Kleon Penn 2004 - Greg Tucker 2007 - John Pichon 2003 - Brian Guilbeaux 2006 - Ryan Price 2002 - Ben Perkins 2005 - Ryan Price 2001 - Dmitri Khorokorin 2004 - Ryan Price 2000 - Fred Gentry 2003 - Eldridge Lewis 1999 - Todd Briley 2002 - Raynell Brewer 1998 - Demond Mallet 2001 - Ira Miller 1997 - Alonzo Gray 2000 - Fred Gentry 1996 - Tommy Mumford 1999 - Franklin Paul 1995 - Paul Curtis 1998 - Franklin Paul 1994 - Fab Flournoy 1997 - Jason Wallace 1993 - Binky Barrentine 1996 - Pointer Williams 1992 - Kevin Thibodeaux 1995 - Fab Flournoy 1991 - Bobby Straface 1994 - Anthony Anderson 1990 - Anthony Johnson 1993 - Anthony Anderson 1989 - Kevin Williams 1992 - Steve Hooks 1988 - Kevin Williams 1991 - Martin Yokum 1987 - Ronald Cox 1990 - Tony Johnson 1986 - Kenny Jimerson 1989 - Anthony Pullard 1985 - Guy McInnis 1988 - Tab Harris 1984 - Ronald Cox 1987 - Jerome Batiste 1986 - Jerome Batiste, Girard Harmon NEWCOMER AWARD 1985 - Joe Dumars (Sponsored by Peter Romero) 1984 - Joe Dumars 2013 - Austin Lewis 1983 - Joe Dumars 2012 - Desharick Guidry 1982 - Harold McReynolds 2011 - Mari Konate 1981 - Chris Faggi 2010 - Dontae Cannon 1980 - Mack Golden 2009 - Patrick Richard 1979 - Chris Faggi 2008 - Diego Kapelan 1978 - David Lawrence 2007 - Kleon Penn 1977 - David Lawrence 2006 - Dwight Boatner 1976 - Edmond Lawrence 2005 - J. T. Willliams 1975 - Edmond Lawrence 2004 - Ryan Price 1974 - Henry Ray 2003 - Marcus Watts 1973 - Edmond Lawrence 2002 - Damond Williams 1972 - Curtis St. Mary 2001 - Ben Perkins 2000 - Jason Coleman 1999 - Adrian Johnson 1998 - Tierre Brown 1997 - Demond Mallet 1996 - Robert Palmer

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cNeese Cowboys Basketball P ostseason H onors & A war d s HAROLD REYNOLDS REBOUND TROPHY (sponsored by Harold Reynolds) 2013 - Desharick Guidry 2012 - Rudy Turner 2011 - P. J. Alawoya 2010 - P J. Alawoya 2009 - P. J. Alawoya 2008 - Jarvis Bradley 2007 - Jarvis Bradley 2006 - Quentin Gonzales 2005 - Aldryan Wardell 2004 - Jerrick Oliver 2003 - Damond Williams 2002 - Fred Gentry 2001 - Fred Gentry 2000 - Fred Gentry 1999 - Franklin Paul 1998 - Franklin Paul 1997 - Rosell Ellis 1996 - Rosell Ellis 1995 - Alvydas Pazdrazdis 1994 - Martin Yokum 1993 - Michael St. Julien 1992 - Melvin Johnson 1991 - Derrick Turner 1990 - Anthony Pullard 1989 - Anthony Pullard 1988 - Anthony Pullard 1987 - Jerome Batiste 1986 - Jerome Batiste 1985 - Chris Hardin 1984 - Chris Hardin 1983 - Chris Hardin 1982 - Chris Hardin, Fred Chauffould 1981 - Kevin Ross 1980 - David Lawrence 1979 - David Lawrence 1978 - John Rudd 1977 - John Rudd 1976 - John Rudd 1975 - John Rudd 1974 - Edmond Lawrence 1973 - Edmond Lawrence 1972 - George Murphy 1971 - George Murphy 1970 - George Murphy 1969 - George Boyd 1968 - George Boyd 1967 - Ed Green 1966 - J. C. Warren 1965 - Jerry Mullins 1964 - Clyde Briley 1963 - Jimmie Shields 1962 - Al Nesmith 1961 - Al Nesmith 1960 - John Riddle 1959 - Al Nesmith

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1958 - Frank Glenn 1957 - Frank Glenn 1956 - Frank Glenn 1955 - Frank Glenn 1954 - Roy Moore 1953 - Dick Miller FREE THROW TROPHY (sponsored by Dick Miller) 2013 - Dontae Cannon 2012 - Dontae Cannon 2011 - Diego Kapelan 2010 - Stephan Martin 2009 - Diego Kapelan 2008 - John Ford 2007 - John Ford 2006 - Jarvis Bradley 2005 - Bryce May 2004 - Monte’ Farmer 2003 - Adrian Johnson 2002 - Chauncey Bryant 2001 - Demond Mallet 2000 - Tierre Brown 1999 - Demond Mallet 1998 - Demond Mallet 1997 - Demond Mallet 1996 - Tommy Mumford 1995 - Damon Wordlaw 1994 - Darrik Clark 1993 - Paul Wallace 1992 - Binky Barrentine 1991 - Bobby Straface 1990 - Danny Servick 1989 - Dwayne Davis 1988 - Dwayne Davis 1987 - Jerome Batiste 1986 - Kenny Jimerson 1985 - Joe Dumars 1984 - Joe Dumars 1983 - Guy McInnis 1982 - Joe Dumars 1981 - Mack Golden 1980 - Manuel Dugas 1979 - David Lawrence 1978 - Chirley McLaurin 1977 - Rod Viebig 1976 - John Rudd 1975 - Larry Oney 1974 - David Wallace 1973 - Henry Ray 1972 - David Wallace 1971 - John Shackelton 1970 - Mike Chapman 1969 - Kent Andrews 1968 - Kent Andrews 1967 - Kent Andrews 1966 - Ellis Boyd

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1965 - Clyde Briley 1964 - Clyde Briley 1963 - Clyde Briley 1962 - Don Troutman 1961 - Stan Kernan 1960 - Don Troutman 1959 - Stan Kernan 1958 - Stan Kernan 1957 - Stan Kernan ASSIST TROPHY (sponsored by Dr. David Wallace) 2013 - Kevin Hardy 2012 - Patrick Richard 2011 - C. J. Collins 2010 - C. J. Collins 2009 - C. J. Collins 2008 - John Ford 2007 - John Ford 2006 - John Ford 2005 - John Ford 2004 - Eldridge Lewis 2003 - Eldridge Lewis 2002 - Chauncey Bryant 2001 - Chauncey Bryant 2000 - Tierre Brown 1999 - Chauncey Bryant 1998 - Tierre Brown 1997 - Rosell Ellis 1996 - Pointer Williams 1995 - Paul Curtis 1994 - Paul Curtis 1993 - Darrik Clark 1992 - Bobby Straface 1991 - Danny Servick 1989 - Terry Griggley 1988 - Dwayne Davis 1987 - Ronald Sykes 1986 - Girard Harmon 1985 - Girard Harmon 1984 - David Green 1983 - David Green 1982 - David Green 1981 - David Green 1980 - Mack Golden 1979 - Ray Baggett 1978 - Rod Viebig 1977 - Rod Viebig 1976 - Glen Hanks 1975 - Bertel Reder 1974 - Bertel Reder 1973 - Bertel Reder 1972 - David Wallace, Bertel Reder 1971 - Dan Leslie 1970 - Dan Leslie 1969 - George Boyd 1968 - Dean Glenn

1967 - Kent Andrews JOE DUMARS AWARD 2013 - Dontae Cannon 2012 - Jeremie Mitchell 2011 - Stephan Martin 2010 - Patrick Richard 2009 - John Pichon 2008 - John Pichon 2007 - Rorey Lawrence ROLAND MOSS AWARD 2013 - Jeremie Mitchell 2012 - Tyson Queen 2011 - C. J. Collins 2010 - Elbryan Neal 2009 - John Pichon 2008 - John Ford 2007 - Troy Aaron 2006 - J. T. Williams 2005 - Edward Garriet 2004 - Eldridge Lewis 2003 - Jason Coleman 2002 - Chauncey Bryant 2001 - Tierre Brown 2000 - Khalid Morris 1999 - Todd Briley 1997 - Donald Fisher 1996 - Tommy Mumford 1995 - Fab Flournoy 1994 - Anthony Anderson 1993 - Paul Wallace 1992 - Derek Haywood 1991 - Terrell Thompson 1990 - Mark Thompson


cNeese Cowboys Basketball A ll - T ime L ettermen A Troy Aaron 2005, 06, 07 Jimmy Abram 2000,01 Haris Achilleos 1996 Charles Allen 1967,68 Willie Allen 1977, 78 P. J. Alawoya 2008, 09, 10, 11 Anthony Anderson 1993-94 Keith Andrews 1966,67,68 Kent Andrews 1966,67,68 Robbie Armstead 1972,73 Torphy Avant 1965 B Charles Baggett 1957 Chris Baggett 1982,83 Ray Baggett 1978,79 Rick Barbier 1982 Shane Barge 1993 Josh Barnhill 2007 Ed Barrilleaux 1960,63,64 Binky Barrentine 1991,92,93 Jerome Batiste 1985, 86, 87 Paul Beik 2000,01,02 Dwight Boatner 2006 Seneca Bohanan 1996 Gene Bodden 1972,73 Wade Booker 1971,72 Harry Boudreaux 1995 Chris Boyd 1981,82 Ellis Boyd 1965,66,67,68 George Boyd 1968,69 Jarvis Bradley 2006, 07, 08 William Breen 1957 Raynell Brewer 2001,02 Roland Briggs 1976,77,78 Clyde Briley 1962,63,64,65 Todd Briley 1996, 97, 98, 99 Tierre Brown 1998, 99,00,01 Walter Broussard 2000 Jim Bruce 1951 Phillip Bruchhaus 1978 Chauncey Bryant 1999,00,01,02 Ron Buckley 1965,66 Gerald Buetel 1968 Andre Burks 1997 Gerald Bush 1984 C Ted Cabra 1958 James Cain 1985 James David Cain 1961 Dontae Cannon 2010, 11, 12, 13 Phillip Carter 1998 Dudley Carver 1954,55,56 Shannon Cary 1966 Ed Cepiel 1962 Fred Chaffould 1982,83 Mike Chapman 1969,70,71,72 Ted Chapman 1952,53,54,55 Newton Chelette 1970 Tony Chiri 1975 Darrik Clark 1993,94 Jerry Clark 1955,56,57,58 McKinley Clark 1998 Reggie Cobb 1990,91 Hugh Cole 1953 Jason Coleman 2000,01,02,03 C. J. Collins 2008, 09, 10, 11 Larry Comeaux 1962,63,64 Leto Comeaux 1954 Jay Cook 1990 Edward Cormier 1955 Billy Cotton 2009 Quentin Cotton 1985 Markus Cox 1998

Ronald Cox 1983,85,86,87 Pat Cunningham 1965 Dan Cupit 1961 Robert Cupit 1987 Paul Curtis 1994,95 Michael Cutright 1986,87,88,89 D Preston David 2008, 09, 10, 11 Dwayne Davis 1988,89 Charles Decker 1956,57 Miguel DeGruy 1995,96 Eric Delafose 1995 Jack Doland 1948,49,50,51 Jerry Doland 1953,54,55 Chuck Dolezal 1977,78 Ronald Dorsey 2004, 05 Dwayne Duck 1992 Manuel Dugas 1977,78,79,80 Glenn Duhon 1964 Joe Dumars 1982,83,84,85 Ronald Dumars 1996, 97 E Ledrick Eackles 2013-present Bennie Elkins 1967,68 David Ellis 1977 Rosell Ellis 1996, 97 Rudolph Ezernack 1965 F Chris Faggi 1979,81,82 Monte’ Farmer 2003, 04 Chris Farrell 2000 Adrian Fields 2011-present Clarence Fields 1996, 97 Donald Fisher 1996, 97 Fab Flournoy 1994,95 Adrian Floyd 1999 Carlos Ford 1979,80 John Ford 2005,06, 07, 08 Larone Ford 1991 Ricky Forsythe 1979,80 Wayne Fournier 1966 Michael Francis 1992 Jody Frey 1985 G Terrance Gabriel 1992,93 Adrien Garr 2008 Keelan Garrett 2013-present Edward Garriet 2002,03,04,05 Fred Gentry 1999,00,01,02 Byron Gibbs 1974,75 Trey Gilder 2004 Dean Glenn 1967,68 Frank Glenn 1956,57,58 Mack Golden 1980,81 Quentin Gonzales 2006, 07 Alonzo Gray 1997, 98 David Green 1981,82,83,84 Ed Green 1965,66,67,68 Joe Green 1983 Terry Griggley 1989 Martinez Grimes 1982,83 Desharick Guidry 2012-present Brian Guilbeaux 2003,04 H Glen Hanks 1974,75,76 Ron Hansen 1980,81 Chris Hardin 1982,83,84,85 Kevin Hardy 2012-present Girard Harmon 1983,84,85 Tab Harris 1987,88,89 Carroll Hatcher 1956,57,58

John Hawkins 1968,69 Derek Haywood 1991,92 Dick Hendricks 1951 Denton Hendricks 1962,63,64 Dwayne Henry 1988 Bobby Holland 2009 Mark Holmes 1995,96 Steve Hooks 1992 Calvin Hunter 1998 Chris Husband 1990 J Larry Jackson 2002,03 Josh Jagneaux 2013 Billy James 1950,51 Kenny Jimerson 1983,84,85,86 Adrian Johnson 1999,01,02,03 Melvin Johnson 1992,93 Shaun Johnson 2013-present Tony Johnson 1989,90 Barry Jones 1969,70,71 Rusty Jones 1979 James Jowers 1967 Jamelle Juneau 2005 K Diego Kapelan 2008, 09, 10, 11 Pete Kazayaka 1959,60,61 George Kearse 1984,85 Keith Kelly 1986,87 Joe Kennison 1994 Stan Kernan 1957,58,59,61 Dmitri Khorokorin 2001,02 Michael Killpatrick 1990 Carl Klein 1992,93,94,95 Ken Kolde 1981 Mari Konate 2011, 12 Pete Kpan 2013-present L David Lawrence 1977,78,79,80 Edmond Lawrence 1973,74,75,76 Rorey Lawrence 2007, 08 Louis Lee 1989,91,92 Willie Lee 1968,69 Jeff LeJeune 1998 Dan Leslie 1968,69,70 Eldridge Lewis 2001,02,03,04 Eric Lewis 1993,95 Jamarcus Little 2009, 10 Mc Brad McCann 1986,87 Nicholas McDaniel 2004 Craig McFerrin 2012-present Guy McInnis 1982,83,84,85 Chirley McLaurin 1975,76,77,78 Richard McNabb 1956,57 Harold McReynolds 1979,81,82 M Demond Mallet 1997, 98, 99,01 Darris Manciel 2005,06 Stephan Martin 2008, 09, 10, 11 Steve Martin 1987 Ray Manis 1951,52 Mike Marshall 1986 Eric Massey 2007 Bryce May 2004, 05 John Mayes 1949 Joe Metoyer 1968,69 Dick Miller 1949,50,51,52 Ira Miller 2001 Tom Miller 1969 Jeremie Mitchell 2010, 11, 12, 13 Ray Moore 1952,55

Roy Moore 1952,53,54,55 Wilbert Moore 1961,62,63 Will Morning 2010 Khalid Morris 1999 Mike Muffoletto 1969 Tommy Mumford 1995,96 George Murphy 1969,70,71,72 N Elbryan Neal 2009, 10 Al Nesmith 1959,61,62 Peyton Nicholson 1999 O Erkan Oguz 2004 Jerrick Oliver 2003,04 P Robert Palmer 1996, 1997 Franklin Paul 1998, 99 Alvydas Pazdrazdis 1994,95,97 Kleon Penn 2007, 08, 09 Ben Perkins 2001,02 Gerald Perry 1962 Jesse Perry 1956,57,58 John Pichon 2006, 07, 08, 09 Mike Pigott 1964,65 Charles Pizley 1959 Gary Pozar 1973 Ryan Price 2004,05,06 Anthony Pullard 1986,88,89,90 Q Andrew Queen 2004, 05 Tyson Queen 2011, 12 R Henry Ray 1972,73,74,75 Bertel Reder 1972,73,74,75 Brandon Regis 2010-present Bill Reigel 1955,56 Daniel Richard 2009, 10, 11, 12 Patrick Richard 2009, 10, 11, 12 Donnie Richardson 1958 Dan Richey 1970 John Riddle 1961 Anthony Robinson 2006, 08 Kevin Ross 1978,79,80,81 Corey Route 2000 John Rudd 1975,76,77,78 S Charles Saulnier 2007, 08 Joe Savoie 1964 Ben Scarborough 1980,81 Ruble Scarborough 1954,55,56 Don Schmitt 1974 Gus Schram 1952 Jeff Schweitzer 1973,74,75 Herman Scott 1995 Terrance Scott 1999 Kinley Sellers 2005 Danny Servick 1990,91 John Shackleton 1969,70,71,72 Troy Shaw 1965 Danny Sheridan 1969,70 Jimmie Shields 1960,61,62,63 Larvett Sigler 1954 Elroi Simon 1985 Greg Sims 1991 Milton Simmons 1987,88 Rickey Smith 1976,77,78 Carroll Sepulvado 1966 Melvin St. Julien 1970,71 Michael St. Julien 1993 Curtis St. Mary 1971,72,73,74

Bobby Straface 1990, 91,92 Clifton Styner 1981,82,83,84 Jeff Sudds 1970 Dave Swann 1986,87,88 Ronald Sykes 1984,87 T Damon Tankersley 1997 Oscar Taylor 1983,84 Gary Thibodeaux 1973,74,75,76 Kevin Thibodeaux 1992,93,94 Mark Thompson 1987,88,89,90 Terrell Thompson 1989,90,91 Don Troutman 1958,59,61,62 Ken Troutman 1958 Dan Tubbs 1997 Greg Tucker 2003,04 Derrick Turner 1990,91 Rudy Turner 2012 U Don Upshaw 1992 V Rod Viebig 1977,78 W David Wallace 1972,73,74 Jason Wallace 1996,97 Paul Wallace 1991,92 Aldryan Wardell 2005,06, 07,08 J. C. Warren 1965,66,67 David Washburn 1962,63,64,65 Bill Watkins 1978,79,80 Sonny Watkins 1963,64,65,66 Marcus Watts 2003,04 Jordan Wells 2013-present John Wesley 1982,83,84 Grant Westerchil 1985 Damond Williams 2002,03 Don Williams 1951,52 Glen Williams 1980 J. T. Williams 2005,06 Kevin Williams 1988,89 Pointer Williams 1996 Don Wilson 1966,67 Damon Wordlaw 1994, 95 Tom Wunder 1964,65,66 Y Kirill Yakovlev 1999,2000 Martin Yokum 1991,93,94 Atakan Yurttas 2010 Z Larry Zeringue 1967,68,69 Pete Zytkiewiez 1961,62,63

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cNeese Cowboys Basketball M c N eese C oac h in g L e g acy

Dave Simmons

101-116 1 conference championship 2006-Present

E. W. Foy

52-26 (1975-1977) 3 years, 1 conference championship

Tic Price

Ron Everhart

74-68 (2002-2006) 5 years, 1 conference championship

92-104 (1995-2001) 7 years, 2 conference championships

Bill Reigel

Ralph O. Ward

55-20 (1972-1974) 3 years

282-194 (1953-1971) 19 years, 6 conference championships, 1 national championship

Steve Welch

76-120 (1988-1994) 7 years, 1 conference tournament title

Glenn Duhon

155-136 (1978-1987) 10 years, 1 conference championship

Wayne Cusic

124-58 (1946-1952) 9 years

All-time Coaching Staffs

1946-1953:Wayne Cusic 1953-54: Ralph O. Ward 1954-55: Ralph O. Ward 1955-56: Ralph O. Ward Fred Stephens 1956-57: Ralph O. Ward Fred Stephens 1957-58: Ralph O. Ward Rodney Farris 1958-59: Ralph O. Ward Rodney Farris 1959-60: Ralph O. Ward 1960-61: Ralph O. Ward 1961-62: Ralph O. Ward 1962-63: Ralph O. Ward Ted Chapman 1963-64: Ralph O. Ward Ted Chapman 1964-65: Ralph O. Ward Ted Chapman 1965-66: Ralph O. Ward Marvin Adams 1966-67: Ralph O. Ward Ed Young, Don Wilson 1967-68: Ralph O. Ward, Ed Young, Don Wilson 1968-69: Ralph O. Ward, Ed Young 1969-70: Ralph O. Ward, Sonny Watkins

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1970-71: Ralph O. Ward, Sonny Watkins 1971-72: Bill Reigel, Danny Cupit, Carl Shetler 1972-73: Bill Reigel, Danny Cupit, Carl Shetler 1973-74: Bill Reigel, Carl Shetler 1974-75: E. W. Foy, Billy Holmes, Jim Cobb 1975-76: E. W. Foy, Glenn Duhon, Denny Wright 1976-77: E. W. Foy, Glenn Duhon, Denny Wright 1977-78: Glenn Duhon, Denny Wright, George Murphy 1978-79: Glenn Duhon, Denny Wright, George Murphy 1979-80: Glenn Duhon, Dale Skinner, TimTeeter 1980-81: Glenn Duhon, Newton Chelette, Billy Brown 1981-82: Glenn Duhon, Newton Chelette, Billy Brown, Fletcher Cockrell 1982-83: Glenn Duhon, Newton Chelette, Billy Brown, Fletcher Cockrell 1983-84: Glenn Duhon, Newton Chelette, Billy Brown, Fletcher Cockrell

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1984-85: Glenn Duhon, Billy Brown, Denny Wright, Butch Sigler, Edmond Lawrence 1985-86: Glenn Duhon, Billy Brown, Denny Wright, Byron Gibbs, Edmond Lawrence 1986-87: Glenn Duhon, Billy Brown, Denny Wright 1987-88: Steve Welch, Dave Simmons, Bill Peterson 1988-89: Steve Welch, Dave Simmons, Bill Peterson, Jim Armstrong 1989-90: Steve Welch, Dave Simmons, Bill Peterson, Jim Armstrong 1990-91: Steve Welch, Dave Simmons, Bill Peterson, Jim Armstrong 1991-92: Steve Welch, Dave Simmons, Bill Peterson, Jim Armstrong 1992-93: Steve Welch, Dave Simmons, Bill Peterson, Jim Armstrong 1993-94: Steve Welch, Dave Simmons, Bill Peterson, Shannon Lafargue 1994-95: Ron Everhart, Paul

Kelly, Tony Harvey, Mike Wilson 1995-96: Ron Everhart, Paul Kelly, Tony Harvey, Carl Klein 1996-97: Ron Everhart, Paul Kelly, Anthony Anderson, Carl Klein 1997-98: Ron Everhart, Greg Gary, Carlin Hartman, Carl Klein 1998-99: Ron Everhart, Carl Klein, Julius Allen, Jason Hamm 1999-2000: Ron Everhart, Tic Price, Carl Klein, David Dumars 2000-01: Tic Price, John Dillard, David Dumars, Jamie Eagles 2001-02: Tic Price, David Dumars, John Dillard, Micah Coleman 2002-03: Tic Price, David Dumars, Kim Lewis, Chris DeFelice 2003-04: Tic Price, David Dumars, Chris DeFelice, Jim Steadman 2004-05: Tic Price, David Dumars, Rodney McCon-

nell, Matt Grahn 2005-06: Tic Price, David Dumars, Rodney McConnell, Matt Grahn 2006-07: Dave Simmons, David Dumars, T. J. Marcum, Edward Garriett 2007-08: Dave Simmons, David Dumars, T. J. Marcum, Edward Garriet 2008-09: Dave Simmons, David Dumars, T. J. Marcum, Patrick Haynes 2009-10: Dave Simmons, David Dumars, T. J. Marcum, Steve Welch, Patrick haynes 2010-11: Dave Simmons, David Dumars, Steve Welch, Patrick Haynes 2011-12: Dave Simmons, David Dumars, Steve Welch, Patrick Haynes 2012-13: Dave Simmons, David Dumars, Steve Welch, Patrick Haynes 2013-14: Dave Simmons, David Dumars, Steve Welch, Patrick Haynes, Preston David


cNeese Cowboys Basketball M emorable S easons 1956

McNeese 60 Texas Southern 55

Cowboys win NAIA National Championship The Cowboys completed a 33-3 run on the season by beating Texas Southern in the finals of the NAIA tournament. Bill Reigel, who would go on to serve as a coach for the Cowboys later, was the team’s leading scorer, pumping in a school record 33.9 points per game...he would also be named the outstanding player in the NAIA tournament and earn all-American honors

1968

Gulf States Conference Champions and NCAA II participants Ed Green was the team captain of this squad that posted a 20-5 record and won what was then a school record 19 straight ball games....Kent Andrews was also featured on the team and he led the nation in free throw shooting

1975

1985

The Cowboys won their first Southland Conference title this year with E. W. Foy as the head coach. Team leaders were Henry Ray who was named the league’s player of the year, Edmond Lawrence and a freshman by the name of John Rudd

In Joe Dumars’ final year the Cowboys went 18-10 and they packed the Lake Charles Civic Center most of the year. One particular game was a sellout when Dumars and the Cowboys went head to head with Karl Malone and Louisiana Tech. A bevy of NBA scouts and GMs were on hand also.

McNeese 101 Arkansas State 84 Southland Conference champs

1989

Southland Conference tournament champions and NCAA participants

The Cowboys won the SLC tournament title and then pushed Illinois to the limit in a first round NCAA 77-71 loss. Michael Cutright and Anthony Pullard led that team, Cutright scoring 51 points in one game.

Fans Pack the Lake Charles Civic Center

2001

Southland Conference champions and NIT

Ron Everhart led the Cowboys to the SLC title and into the NIT tournament in this game. Demond Mallet was the ringleader and he was named the league’s player of the year after claiming the scoring title. Also on that team was Tierre Brown who went on to play in the NBA.

2002

2011

Tic Price led the Cowboys to the league title - regular season and tournament - in his first year as head coach. They posted a 21-9 record and went on to play Mississippi State in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Fred Gentry led the team and was named the SLC tournament MVP.

Dave Simmons coached the Cowboys to the SLC regular title and into the NIT. The team posted a 21-12 record and was led by junior Patrick Richard who went on to be named McNeese State’s athlete of the year. McNeese hosted Boston College in a first round NIT game.

Southland Conference champions and NCAA participants

Southland Conference champions and NIT participants

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Cowboys in Various Halls of Fame McNeese football has a long standing tradition of not only winning, but winning with top-caliber athletes. Two members of the Cowboy football family have been inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame, most recently, Buford Jordan in 2011. McNeese head coach and administrator Jack Doland was inducted in 2002. In 2012, two more members of the Cowboy tradition were inducted into prestigious halls of fame - former Cowboy tight end R.C. Slocum in the College Football Hall of Fame and quarterback Kerry Joseph in the Southland Conference Hall of Honor. In 2011, former athletic director Sonny Watkins was enshrined into the Southland Hall. There are also 59 football players, coaches and administrators that have been inducted into the McNeese Hall of Fame. In all, there are 24 members of the McNeese athletic family to hold their place in 11 different Halls of Fame, not including the 130 members of the McNeese Hall of Fame. College Football Hall of Fame R.C. Slocum, 2012 Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame Joe Dumars, 2006 College Basketball Hall of Fame Joe Dumars, 2006 CoSIDA Hall of Fame Louis Bonnette, 2008 Texas A&M Athletic Hall of Fame R.C. Slocum, 2008 National Polish-American Sports Hall of Fame Tom Sestak, 2007

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Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame Buford Jordan, 2011 Joe Dumars, 2003 Dr. Jack Doland, 2002 Louis Bonnette, 2001 Ralph O. Ward, 1991 Bill Reigel, 1988 Southland Hall of Honor Moe O’Brien, 1999 Louis Bonnette, 2007 Bob Hayes, 2007 Joe Dumars, 2009 Harold V. “Sonny” Watkins, 2011 Kerry Joseph, 2012

Louisiana Assoc. of Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame Bill Reigel, 1978 Ralph O. Ward, 1978 Frank Glenn, 1984 Stan Kernan, 1988 Joe Dumars, 1990 Edmond Lawrence, 1993 Dave Simmons, 2007 LABC Mr. Louisiana Basketball Ralph O. Ward, 1977 Louis Bonnette, 2013

Louisiana Athletic Trainers Hall of Fame Dowell Fontenot, 1981 Jim Murphy, 1989 Dr. David Drez, 1989 Ricky Mestayer, 2001

Moe O’Brien

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McNeese State President Dr. Philip C. Williams (far left) and Athletic Director Bruce Hemphill (far right) with the 2013 Hall of Fame Inductees (L-R): Lonnie Collins, Kamryn Koch, Charlie Phillips, Wayne Hanson, Doug Fruge, Demond Mallet. The McNeese State Hall of Fame was founded in 1980 by retired sports information director Louis Bonnette. The Hall recognizes those who have distinguished themselves in athletics at the university. Membership in the Hall now numbers 135. Bonnette has served as chairman of the Hall of Fame committee since its inception. The committee also includes Matthew Bonnette, Johnny Suydam, Ron Hayes, Pam Lafosse, Dr. Daryl Burckel, Kenneth Sweeney, Bobby Dower, Keri Ange Gilroy and Hubert Boales. A new home for the Hall of Fame is set in the new Jack Doland athletic fieldhouse.

Members of the McNeese Hall of Fame Charles Allen ‘10 - football Charles Ayro ‘10 - football Kent Andrews ‘98 - basketball Bobby Barnes ‘93 - baseball/track Jerome Batiste ‘10 - basketball Billy Blakeman ‘09 - football Hubert Boales ‘05 - coach Louis Bonnette ‘02 - sports information Bud Bono ‘05 - golf Don Breaux ‘84 - football Clyde Briley ‘89 - basketball Zack Bronson ‘07 - football Jim Brown ‘91 - tennis Ben Broussard ‘07 - baseball Daryl Burckel ‘02 - football Terry Burrows ‘09 - baseball Dudley Carver ‘04 - basketball Jesse Castete ‘82 - football Vicky Chapman ‘85 - basketball Leonard Chisholm ‘07 - track Lonnie Collins ‘13 - football Gerald Conner ‘95 - football Brian Cooper ‘99 - track Mike Croker ‘06 - baseball Wayne Cusic ‘85 - coach/administrator Charles Decker ‘84 - basketball/baseball Jules DeRouen ‘82 - football

Les DeVall ‘83 - coach Jack Doland ‘90 - coach/administrator Dr. David Drez ‘10 - sports medicine Shanie Dugas ‘11 - baseball Joe Dumars ‘94 - basketball Ernie Duplechin ‘95 - coach/administrator Richard Ellender ‘03 - football Errol Eschete ‘97 - football Doug Farr ‘06 - golf Henry Fields ‘09 - football James Files ‘92 - football Dowell Fontenot ‘80 - boxing Ray Fontenot ‘89 - baseball Rocke Fournet ‘01 - football Doug Frugé ‘13 - football Bob Fuhrer ‘11 - football Billy Gabbert ‘08 - golf Keri Ange Gilroy ‘07 - track Frank Glenn ‘81 - basketball Tim Graham ‘95 - golf Ed Green ‘00 - basketball Larry Grissom ‘85 - football Evans Guidroz ‘87 - boxing Paul Guidry ‘91 - football Ellis Guillory ‘94 - coach Rusty Guilbeau ‘01 - football Rogers Hampton ‘93 - football

The new home for the McNeese Hall of Fame is located near the entrance of the Jack V. Doland Field House. The Hall of Fame features interactive components that allows visitors to view pictures, videos and history wiretups about each member. Wayne Hanson ‘13 - track coach Bob Hayes ‘00 - coach Nick Hebert ‘05 - football Craig Henry ‘98 - track Vicente Hernandez ‘04 - tennis Bob Howell ‘08 - football Terry Irving ‘09 - football Amos Ivey ‘86 - baseball Pat Jean ‘96 - basketball Desmond Jones ‘97 - football Bill Jongbloed ‘87 - track Buford Jordan ‘93 - football Kerry Joseph ‘06 - football Lenny Kahn ‘00 - football Bobby Keasler ‘06 - coach Stan Kernan ‘83 - basketball Glenn Kidder ‘86 - football Wayne Kingery ‘80 - football Kamryn Koch ‘13 - soccer David Kohrs ‘11 - track Charles Kuehn ‘80 - football Lester Landry ‘01 - football Cherilyn Lantrip ‘04 - softball David Lawrence ‘99 - basketball Edmond Lawrence ‘88 - basketball Arthur Lee ‘99 - coach Darrell Lester ‘02 - football

Tangela McAlister ‘06 - basketball Theron McClendon ‘98 - football Richard McNabb ‘08 - basketball Fanahan McSweeney ‘97 - track Demond Mallet ‘12 - men’s basketball Rabbit Manuel ‘84 - boxing Carlos Medrano ‘03 - tennis Dick Miller ‘91 - basketball John Miller ‘07 - football James Moore ‘88 - football Roy Moore ‘87 - football Dicky Morgan ‘90 - track George Murphy ‘92 - basketball Jim Murphy ‘11 - athletic trainer Carroll Neely ‘83 - football Fred Norris ‘96 - track Pat O’Brien ‘81 - golf Pat O’Callaghan ‘05 - track Anissa Parker ‘12 - volleyball Carlos Perez ‘04 - tennis Phillip Perry ‘88 - boxing Charlie Phillips ‘13 - baseball David Poche ‘89 - football Jim Pousson ‘08 - football Charles Powell ‘99 - football Hadley Prince ‘12 - football Anthony Pullard ‘11 - basketball

A. I. Ratcliff ‘81 - coach/administrator Henry Ray ‘90 - basketball Bill Reigel ‘80 - basketball Ann Roubique ‘01 - softball/basketball John Rudd ‘86 - basketball Curtis St. Mary ‘03 - basketball Ruble Scarborough ‘08 - basketball/track Tom Sestak ‘83 - football Artie Shankle ‘05 - football Jimmie Shields ‘96 - basketball R. C. Slocum ‘04 - football Leonard Smith ‘96 - football Neal Spencer ‘10 - baseball Stephen Starring ‘00 - football Charlie Stevenson ‘03 - football/baseball Jes Stewart ‘12 - men’s tennis Don Stump ‘02- football Kenneth Sweeney ‘92 - football Johnnie Thibodeaux ‘97 - football Kevin Toth ‘03 - track Don Troutman ‘02 - basketball/track Nolan Viator ‘98 - football Merlin Walet ‘94 - football Ralph Ward ‘82- coach Sita Waru ‘09 - track Sonny Watkins ‘12 - administrator Frederico Zarazua ‘81 - tennnis

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McNeese State plays its home games at the Burton Complex, with a few games played at the Lake Charles Civic Center each year. In 2010, a new maple wood floor was installed. It features the school logo and the Southland Conference logo as well as NBA goals. The project was a $150,000 undertaking. The Burton Complex opened for basketball games in the 1986-87 season with LSU serving as the first Cowboy opponent. The coliseum seats 8,000 for basketball and McNeese has consistently been among the leaders in attendance in the Southland Conference.

Cowboys’ Record at Burton Coliseum Year 12-13 11-12 10-11 09-10 08-09 07-08 06-07 05-06 04-05 03-04 02-03 ‘01-02 ‘00-01 ‘99-00 ‘98-99 ‘97-98 ‘96-97 ‘95-96 ‘94-95 ‘93-94 ‘92-93 ‘91-92 ‘90-91 ‘89-90 ‘88-89 ‘87-88 ‘86-87 Totals

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W 9 9 15 7 4 7 8 5 10 10 10 13 13 4 8 5 11 11 7 8 5 4 5 9 9 5 6 200

L 5 4 2 3 4 3 3 2 3 3 3 0 1 7 3 8 1 2 4 4 7 9 10 3 3 9 6 104

Atten. 12,808 15,374 22,336 6,604 6,889 10,043 5,793 5,801 10,394 14,497 20,800 37,594 33,943 11,460 14,410 8,450 18,500 30,600 22,915 29,149 29,478 32,650 45,942 42,685 39,838 27,800 48,974 587,126

Largest Crowd 2,231 vs. UCA (3/2/13) 2,158 vs Lamar 5,035 vs Boston Col. 714 vs SFA 1,349 vs Lamar 1,852 vs Lamar 920 vs Nicholls St. 1217 vs UTSA 1314 vs Nicholls St. 2800 vs Lamar 4000 vs Lamar 6025 vs La-Monroe 5543 vs Lamar 2279 vs Lamar 4000 vs SFA 1000 vs several 2800 vs several 3600 vs Nicholls St. 3500 vs North Texas 3571 vs Lamar 3701 vs NW State 4025 vs SFA 4276 vs Ole Miss 4758 vs Sam Houston 5225 vs La Tech 4800 vs Lamar 7000 vs LSU 7000 vs LSU

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2013-14 McNeese State Men's Basketball Media Guide  

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