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Tigers Hoops Fact Book General Facts

Name of School: University of Memphis City/Zip Code: Memphis, Tenn./38152 Founded: 1912 Enrollment: 22,725 Nickname: Tigers Colors: Royal Blue (PMS 280) & Gray (PMS 423) Arena: FedExForum (18,400); opened September 2004 Arena Record: 146-17 (.896); 2004-05 to present Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Conference USA President: Dr. Shirley Raines (Tennessee Martin, 1968) Director of Athletics: Tom Bowen (Notre Dame, 1983) Faculty Representative: Dr. Stanley E. Stevens Athletics Department Phone: 901-678-2335 Ticket Office Phone: 901-678-2331 University Website: www.memphis.edu

Coaches & Staff

Head Coach: Josh Pastner (Arizona, 1998) Record at Memphis: 75-29 (.710)/4th season at Memphis in 2012-13 Collegiate Record: 75-29 (.710)/4th season in 2012-13 Basketball Office Phone: (901) 678-2346 Assistant Coaches: David “Aki” Collins (Clark Atlanta University, 1997) Damon Stoudamire (Arizona, 2008), Jimmy Williams (Ashland University, 1970) Director of Operations: Eric Sebastian (SMU, 1994) Asst. Dir. of Ops: Julian Swartz (Carroll College, 2005) Operations Assistant: James Alford (Arizona, 2008) Athletic Trainer: Brad Anderson (Southern Miss, 1997) Life Changer: Frank Matrisciano Video Coordinator: Jordan VerHulst (Grand Valley St., 2008) Graduate Video Manager: Jeffrey Paller (Memphis, 2012) Video Manager: James White Equipment Manager: Jonathan Moore Head Managers: Kevin Brazzell, DeVante Jones Managers: Logan Belz, Darion Cohen, Ricky Dickens, Ryker Eley, Kenneth Harden, Tevin McIntyre, Stephen Rose, Jordan Tingle, Zack VerHulst Hoops Website: www.insidememphisbasketball.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/uofmtigershoops

2011-12 Record: 26-9 Home: 18-2 (includes C-USA Tournament games) Away: 7-4 Neutral: 1-3 2011-12 Conference USA Record (Finish): 13-3 (1st) Home: 7-1 Away: 6-2 Final National Ranking: None

Athletics Communications

Assoc. AD/External Affairs: Bob Winn (Memphis, 1974) Asst. AD/Athletics Communications: Ron Mears (Oklahoma State, 1986) Media Relations Phone: 901-678-2337 Media Relations Fax: 901-678-4134 Media Relations Overnight Address: 203 Athletic Office Building 570 Normal Street Memphis, TN 38152 Basketball Contact: Lamar Chance (North Carolina, 1991) Chance Office Phone: 901-678-2349 Chance Cell Phone: 901-734-9949 Chance Email: lchance1@memphis.edu FedExForum Press Row Number: 901-205-2758 Memphis Athletics Web Site: www.goTIGERSgo.com

Radio/Newspaper

Radio Network Flagship Station: WREC-AM 600 Radio Web Site: www.600wrec.com Network Coordinator/Phone: Jeff Brightwell/ 901-486-9267 Announce Team: Dave Woloshin (play-by-play)/ Matt Dillon (analyst)/Forrest Goodman (pregame/postgame host) Local Beat Writer/Phone: Jason Smith, The Commercial Appeal/901-529-2360 Newspaper Web Site: www.commercialappeal.com

Starters R/L: 4/1 (Black, Crawford, Hall, Jackson) Letterwinners R/L: 11/5 Newcomers: 4 (Anthony Cole, Shaq Goodwin, Geron Johnson, Damien Wilson) Top Returning Scorers: Joe Jackson (11.0 ppg), Tarik Black (10.7 ppg) Top Returning Rebounders: Tarik Black (4.9 rpg), Adonis Thomas (3.2 rpg)

Credits

Team Information

Cover/Design Elements: Brandon Kolditz Assistance by: Matt Dillon, Shawn Smith, Mark Taylor, Preston McClellan Photography: Joe Murphy, Julia Weeks, Gerald Gallik, Troy Glasgow, Charles Small, Richard T. Clifton, Gil Michaels, Rob Johnson, Jim Kiihnl, David Gonzales, Kyle Terada, Brian Spurlock, NBA Photos-Getty Images, Brian Tirpak and Contrast Photography, David C. Minkin, Lindsey Lissau, Jeff Huehn, Jeff Jacobsen, John and Jennifer Park, Lazy J Photo, Jason Wise and Stephen Franz. Printing: Jaco Bryant Printers Inc., Memphis, TN 38141

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Quick Facts.............................................. 1 Rosters/Schedule..................................... 2 Media Info/Policies............................... 3-5 Tigers On Radio/Television..................... 6 University of Memphis............................ 7 President Dr. Shirley Raines.................... 8 Director of Athletics Tom Bowen............ 9 Tiger Traditions..................................... 10 Conference USA/Tournament................11 2012 Postseason Tournaments............... 12

The Tigers.................. 13-38

Head Coach Josh Pastner.................. 14-15 Assistant Coaches/Staff.................... 16-20 Player Bios........................................ 21-38

2011-12 Review......... 39-50

2011-12 Results..................................... 40 2011-12 Statistics................................... 41 Game-By-Game Boxscores.............. 42-50

History/Records....... 51-128 Year-By-Year/Coaching Records...... 52-53 Team Records................................... 54-55 Individual Records............................ 56-68 Honor Roll........................................ 69-71 All-Americans.................................. 72-73 In-Season Tournament Results......... 74-75 Postseason Tournament Results........ 76-77 NCAA Tournament History.............. 79-89 History Highlights.......................... 90-104 Retired Jerseys.............................. 105-106 Letterwinners................................ 107-108 All-Time Scores............................ 109-125

Series Records.............................. 126-135 Series vs. Conferences......................... 136

Mi s s i on S ta t em en t

First Year of Basketball: 1920-21 All-Time Record: 1458-839-1 (.635)/91 years (2012-13 is 92nd year) NCAA Tournament Appearances: 24 (32-24; .571 winning pct.) NIT Appearances: 17 (20-16; .556 winning pct.) Last Postseason: NCAA Tournament, 2012 (lost to Saint Louis 61-54 in the second round)

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The primary mission of the department of athletics at the University of Memphis is to provide a successful athletic program at the highest level of competition. Characterized by academic, athletic and moral excellence in a diverse collegiate environment, the program will abide by the spirit of the rules governing students and intercollegiate athletics and will be known for its good sportsmanship and integrity. The U of M is a Tennessee Board of Regent institution and is an equal opportunity/affirmative action university.

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Team Rosters/Schedule Numerical

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No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Hometown/High School/ Other College or JC 0 Ferrakohn Hall F 6-8 220 Sr. Memphis, Tenn./White Station HS/ Seton Hall University 1 Joe Jackson G 6-1 171 Jr. Memphis, Tenn./White Station HS 2 Antonio Barton G 6-2 178 Jr. Baltimore, Md./Lake Clifton HS/ Notre Dame Prep 3 Chris Crawford G 6-4 218 Jr. Memphis, Tenn./Sheffield HS 4 Adonis Thomas F/G 6-7 240 So. Memphis, Tenn./Melrose HS 5 Shaq Goodwin F 6-9 246 Fr. Atlanta, Ga./Southwest DeKalb HS 10 Tarik Black F 6-9 262 Jr. Memphis, Tenn./Ridgeway HS 11 Damien Wilson G 6-6 180 Fr. Atlanta, Ga./Oak Hill Academy 12 Anthony Cole G 6-0 184 Fr. Arlington, Tenn./Arlington HS 14 Hippolyte Tsafack F 6-8 235 So. Yaoundé, Cameroon/The Miller School (Va.) 15 Trey Draper G 5-10 170 Jr. Memphis, Tenn./Mitchell HS 23 Charles Holt G 5-10 175 Sr. Jackson, Tenn./Liberty Tech 30 D.J. Stephens F/G 6-5 188 Sr. Killeen, Texas/Harker Heights HS 32 Stan Simpson F 6-10 236 Sr. Chicago, Ill./Simeon Career Academy/ Univ. of Illinois/John A. Logan College 55 Geron Johnson G 6-3 197 Jr. Dayton, Ohio/Dunbar HS/Chipola College (Fla.)/Garden City Community Coll. (Kan.)

Alphabetical No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Hometown/High School/ Other College or JC 2 Antonio Barton G 6-2 178 Jr. Baltimore, Md./Lake Clifton HS/ Notre Dame Prep 10 Tarik Black F 6-9 262 Jr. Memphis, Tenn./Ridgeway HS 12 Anthony Cole G 6-0 184 Fr. Arlington, Tenn./Arlington HS 3 Chris Crawford G 6-4 218 Jr. Memphis, Tenn./Sheffield HS 15 Trey Draper G 5-10 170 Jr. Memphis, Tenn./Mitchell HS 5 Shaq Goodwin F 6-9 246 Fr. Atlanta, Ga./Southwest DeKalb HS 0 Ferrakohn Hall F 6-8 220 Sr. Memphis, Tenn./White Station HS/ Seton Hall University 23 Charles Holt G 5-10 175 Sr. Jackson, Tenn./Liberty Tech 1 Joe Jackson G 6-1 171 Jr. Memphis, Tenn./White Station HS 55 Geron Johnson G 6-3 197 Jr. Dayton, Ohio/Dunbar HS/Chipola College (Fla.)/Garden City Community Coll. (Kan.) 32 Stan Simpson F 6-10 236 Sr. Chicago, Ill./Simeon Career Academy/ Univ. of Illinois/John A. Logan College 30 D.J. Stephens F/G 6-5 188 Sr. Killeen, Texas/Harker Heights HS 4 Adonis Thomas F/G 6-7 240 So. Memphis, Tenn./Melrose HS 14 Hippolyte Tsafack F 6-8 235 So. Yaoundé, Cameroon/The Miller School (Va.) 11 Damien Wilson G 6-6 180 Fr. Atlanta, Ga./Oak Hill Academy Head Coach: Josh Pastner (Arizona, 1998) 75-29 record at Memphis/3 years 75-29 overall record/3 years Asst. Coaches: David “Aki” Collins (Clark Atlanta, 1997), Damon Stoudamire (Arizona, 2008), Jimmy Williams (Ashland, 1970) Director of Operations: Eric Sebastian (SMU, 1994) Asst. Dir. of Operations: Julian Swartz (Carroll College, 2005) Operations Assistant: James Alford (Arizona, 2008) Athletic Trainer: Brad Anderson (Southern Miss, 1997) Life Changer: Frank Mastrisciano Video Coordinator: Jordan VerHulst (Grand Valley State, 2008) Graduate Video Manager: Jeffrey Paller (Memphis, 2012) Video Manager: James White Equipment Manager: Jonathan Moore Managers: Logan Belz, Kevin Brazzell (head mgr.), Darion Cohen, Ricky Dickens, Ryker Eley, Kenneth Harden, DeVante Jones (head mgr.), Stephen Rose, Jordan Tingle, Zack VerHulst

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7 Christian Brothers#........................... 7 pm 12 North Florida (CSS).....................6:30 pm 17 Samford%............................................ 7 pm 22 vs. VCU^ (NBC SN)..............................6 pm 23 vs. Duke/Minnesota^ (NBC SN/AXS).....12/6 pm 24 TBA^ (NBC SN/AXS)..........................TBA 29 UT Martin (SportSouth)................... 7 pm

December

5 Ohio (CBS SN)..................................... 6 pm 8 Austin Peay (SportSouth)................ 12 pm 15 Louisville (FSN).............................1:30 pm 20 Lipscomb (SportSouth)....................... 7 pm 28 Oral Roberts (CSS)........................... 7 pm 30 Loyola, Md. (CSS).............................. 7 pm

January

4 at Tennessee (ESPN2)............................7 pm 9 East Carolina* (SportSouth)........... 7 pm 12 at UAB* (CSS)................................. 7:30 pm 16 at Rice* (CSS)........................................6 pm 19 Harvard (FSN)..............................11:30 am 22 Tulane* (SportSouth)........................ 7 pm 26 Marshall* (FSN)................................ 1 pm 30 at East Carolina*.....................................6 pm

February

2 Tulsa* (CBS SN)................................. 1 pm 6 at SMU*..................................................7 pm 9 at Southern Miss* (CBS SN).................3 pm 13 UCF* (CBS SN)................................... 7 pm 16 at Marshall* (CBS SN)..........................7 pm 20 Houston* (CSS)................................... 8 pm 23 Southern Miss* (FSN)...................... 12 pm 26 at Xavier (ESPN2)..................................6 pm

March

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at UCF* (FSN)......................................12 pm at UTEP* (CBS SN)..............................8 pm UAB* (CBS SN)..................................11 am Conference USA Tournament (Tulsa, Okla./BOK Center)

Home games in bold small caps All Times Central *Conference USA Game ^ Battle 4 Atlantis (Nassau, The Bahamas) % Battle 4 Atlantis Opening Game (Memphis, Tenn.) # Exhibition

Pronunciation Guide TARIK Black....................... TAR – ick AKI Collins.......................... AH - kee FERRAKOHN Hall............. FAIR - uh – CON GERON Johnson.................. JARE - un Frank MATRISCIANO....... MAT - tress - SAHN - no Josh PASTNER.................... PASS - ner D.J. STEPHENS.................. STEF - fens Damon STOUDAMIRE...... STAH - duh - MIRE HIPPOLYTE TSAFACK.... HIP - po - LEET/CHA - fick

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The media press row is located behind the scorer’s table and in the east end zone (Plaza Level). Members of the media will be assigned seating and seating charts will be available in both the media room and media dining areas. Members of the print media may file stories from the media workroom, which is located on the East side of FedExForum just off the playing floor.

Creden t i al s

Please see box at right for the Memphis Basketball media credential policy.

M edia P ar ki ng

The media parking area is located on Linden Avenue between Third and Fourth Streets and across from FedExForum. Parking at FedExForum is very LIMITED, and as a result, media parking passes will be issued on an NCAA priority basis (see list detailed under credentials). Television production trucks and satellite crews (broadcasting the game) will park at the loading docks, located under FedExForum. Entrance to the loading docks is off Linden Avenue. Call Lamar Chance for more information. Local stations covering Memphis and those filing reports for visiting teams will park their satellite trucks in the media parking lot.

M edia W i l l Ca l l

Credentials that were not mailed can be obtained at the Media Entrance of FedExForum, located on the southeast corner of the arena (corner of Linden and Fourth Street). The Media Entrance is marked with a sign above the door. Will call opens approximately 1.5 hours prior to tip-off.

game is in progress, stats will be made available on monitors at areas along press row. At halftime and postgame, statistics, along with play-by-play and postgame notes and quotes, will also be provided. Final statistics will be sent out through Sports Systems Services Inc., as soon as they are available following the conclusion of the game. Food and beverages will be available in the media dining area approximately 1.5 hours prior to tip-off.

Ph o t o gra phe rs

Admittance to courtside is by press pass only. When the clock is moving, all photographers must be off the court and seated on the blue outlined area behind the dotted line on either end of the court. No photographers will be allowed along the sidelines of the court.

T e l e phone s

Those media wishing to install telephone lines are asked to contact Lamar Chance in the Athletics Communications Office at 901-678-2349, and he will put you in touch with a FedExForum representative. A limited number of telephone lines are available for filing in the media room on a first-come, first-serve basis. Telephone lines for visiting radio networks have been installed by Learfield Sports, distributor of the Tigers Basketball Network. Reciprocating trade agreements for these lines can be made by contacting Learfield at 573-556-1268.

M edia Ser vi c e s

Pregame packets including notes, statistics and programs will be available in the media room prior to tip-off. While the

The Memphis basketball scorer’s table and stats crews work all the Tigers home games and served as the official table staff for six Conference USA Tournaments from 2005-09 and 2012, the 2009 NCAA Tournament Men’s South Regional and the 2010 NCAA Women’s Regional.

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All credentials must be requested from Assistant Athletics Communications Director/Men’s Basketball Contact Lamar Chance at least 24 hours prior to tip-off. Since space is EXTREMELY limited, media accommodations are on a PRIORITY basis as follows: 1. Local newspapers, wire services, national publications, newspapers from the opponent’s area, and student newspapers from Memphis and the opponent. 2. Other daily newspapers with preference to those which regularly cover the Memphis Tigers. 3. Radio and television personnel not broadcasting but considered reporting. 4. Non-daily newspapers, with preference to those which regularly cover Memphis athletics. 5. Other weekly and monthly publications that regularly cover the Memphis Tigers. 6. Websites (*see restrictions below) 7. Professional Scouts It is asked that all credential requests be submitted on letterhead to the Memphis Athletics Communications Office. Requests can be dropped off at the office (located in the Athletic Office Building on the corner of Southern Avenue and Normal Street), faxed to 901-678-4134 or emailed to lchance1@ memphis.edu.

Web Sites

The official web site of the Memphis Tigers and the official web site of the visiting school will be credentialed. Other web sites will not be credentialed unless they meet the following specifications: 1. Must be a legal corporate entity that has been in business at least one full calendar year and has provided coverage of Memphis Athletics or the visiting team for at least one year. 2. Must provide original daily coverage of ALL athletic teams from the U of M with its own staff of reporters, photographers and equipment. 3. Must travel to and cover all football away games and all major post-season events. 4. Must provide coverage of all press conferences of ALL athletic teams at the U of M. 5. Must be accredited by the home university as working media. 6. The maximum number of credentials that web site may receive is two based on space a vailable and the discretionof the media r elations director. Web sites that sponsor message boards, message centers or chat rooms where people are allowed to post anonymous information will not be issued credentials. If a medium has an online site and they sponsor anonymous forums, they may continue to request credentials under its traditional medium (newspaper, radio, television), but will not be granted additional passes for online staff. Requests from individuals not employed by an accredited media outlet will not be considered. Fan web sites and sites that the primary focus is recruiting will not be credentialed.

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The 2012-13 edition of the University of Memphis Basketball Fact Book is a comprehensive source of information with player and coaching staff biographies, statistics and historical references for use by the media covering Tigers basketball. For additional information about Memphis basketball, please call the Athletics Communications Office at 901-678-2337.


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Both the Memphis and visiting locker rooms are located on the east side of FedExForum just off the playing floor. The media interview room is located in the same area. Approximately 10 minutes following the conclusion of every home game, the locker room will be open to the media for student-athlete interviews. After player interviews, Memphis head coach Josh Pastner will meet the media in the media interview room. The visiting media relations director will determine location and availability of the school’s head coach and student-athletes. Pastner also will hold his postgame radio show prior to meeting with the media. No live television interviews, except with networks televising the game live, will be allowed

before Pastner and the Tigers student-athletes have fulfilled their usual postgame responsibilities. For road contests, Pastner and student-athletes will be available following a cooling-off period. Pastner will meet with the media after the coolingoff period, and players will be made available upon request in cooperation and coordination with the host institution’s post-game policies.

Ga me da y

Memphis’ gameday preparation practice is CLOSED to the media both at home and on the road. Pastner will be available briefly on gameday following game preparation. Members of the media are asked to contact Lamar Chance to set up this interview. University of Memphis players will not be avail-

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS CONTACTS Athletics Communications 203 Athletic Office Bldg. Memphis, TN 38152 Main Number: 901-678-2337/Fax: 901-678-4134

RON MEARS

MARK TAYLOR

ASST. AD/DIRECTOR O: 901-678-2397 C: 832-969-1310 E-MAIL: rmears@memphis.edu

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR O: 901-678-5108 C: 870-759-2074 E-MAIL: mark.taylor@memphis.edu

LAMAR CHANCE

BLAKE BARINGTON

ASSISTANT DIR./MEN’S HOOPS CONTACT O: 901-678-2349 C: 901-734-9949 E-MAIL: lchance1@memphis.edu

able for any media activities on gameday prior to the contest. This includes newspaper, radio or television interviews or still frame mug shots. Television production crews needing still frame head shots should contact the U of M media relations office in advance of the game to request a photo CD of digital images.

Pra c tic e Pol icy

The opening or closing of Memphis basketball practices will be determined on a day-to-day basis. Media members wishing to attend practice are asked to contact the Athletics Communications Office in advance for clearance. Those attending practice will be seated at the observation deck of the Finch Center. Coaches and student-athlete interviews, when approved, must be conducted prior to practice or other arrangements should be made. In some instances, photographers will be granted an opportunity to shoot the first 15 minutes of practice courtside in the Finch Center.

Important Basketball Numbers (Area Code 901; unless otherwise noted) Basketball Office 678-2346 Lamar Chance Home/Cell 465-4247/734-9949 FedExForum Press Row 205-2758

ASSISTANT O: 901-678-5294

Ticket Office

E-MAIL: bcbrngtn@memphis.edu

TAMMY DeGROFF

JACLYN BERSCHLER

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR O: 901-678-5787 C: 901-734-1504 E-MAIL: tdegroff@memphis.edu

ASSISTANT O: 901-678-5294

678-2331 Conference USA 214-774-1300

TIGERS ON THE WEB

E-MAIL: jfbrschl@memphis.edu

BRANDON KOLDITZ

TRAVIS

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR O: 901-678-2444 C: 901-871-5475 E-MAIL: wkolditz@memphis.edu

ASSISTANT O: 901-678-3291

CHELL

E-MAIL: tlchell@memphis.edu

JARED BROWN

BRAD POPE

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR O: 901-678-4640 C: 570-590-6619 E-MAIL: jsbrown8@memphis.edu

ASSISTANT O: 901-678-5223

Memphis Athletics Home Page www.goTIGERSgo.com

In addition to obtaining information

on players, coaches and upcoming events, the Memphis Radio Network’s broadcast of the game can be heard through the site.

BEC

E-MAIL: sbpope@memphis.edu

Provides copiers for the University of

MARTHA WOODS

Memphis Athletic Media Relations Office

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT O: 901-678-2337 F: 901-678-4134 E-MAIL: mwoods@memphis.edu

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DIRECTIONS TO FEDEXFORUM

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From the Airport: Follow the signage that leads to Interstate 240. Merge left onto the Downtown/Little Rock exit. This is I-240 West. Once onto I-240 West, keep straight. This will turn into Interstate 55 North (to St. Louis). Merge onto West EH Crump Blvd exit number 12A. Turn left onto Third Street and you will end on 191 Beale Street. North from I-55: Drive NORTH on I-55. Exit EAST on E.H. Crump Blvd (exit number 12A). Turn NORTH on Third Street. South from I-40: Drive WEST on I-40. Exit SOUTH on Danny Thomas. Turn WEST on Linden Avenue. West from Midtown I-240: Drive NORTH on Midtown I-240. Exit RIGHT to Lamar. Turn LEFT on Lamar. Turn RIGHT on Somerville and follow curve left to Linden Avenue. West from I-240 via Sam Cooper Blvd.: Drive NORTH on I-240 near I-40 interchange. Exit LEFT on Sam Cooper Blvd. Follow Sam Cooper WEST until it dead-ends at East Parkway. Turn LEFT on East Parkway. Turn RIGHT on Poplar. Follow Poplar WEST to Second Street. Turn LEFT on Second Street. East from I-40: Drive EAST on I-40 across Memphis-Arkansas Bridge. Exit RIGHT on Riverside Drive or Front Street. Follow SOUTH to Union Avenue or Beale Street. Turn LEFT on Union or Beale. East from I-55: Drive EAST on I-55 across Hernando DeSoto Bridge. Exit to Riverside Drive NORTH. Turn RIGHT on Beale Street or Union Avenue.

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Athletic Media Relations Office (Room 203): Located on the second floor of the Athletic Office Building (AOB). The AOB is at the corner of Southern Avenue and Normal Street on the southeast corner of campus. Larry O. Finch Center: Located at the corner of Spottswood and Echles just two blocks west and a block south of the Athletic Office Building. FedExForum Media Room: Located on the ground level of FedExForum on the east side. Visitors Locker Room: Located on the ground level of FedExForum on the east side. Memphis Locker Room: Located on the ground level of FedExForum on the east side.

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2012-13 Memphis Basketball LISTEN TO TIGERS BASKETBALL ACTION ON NEWSRADIO 600 WREC In 2006, the University of Memphis began a broadcasting agreement with Clear Channel Radio, making NewsRadio 600 WREC the flagship station for all Tigers football and men’s basketball games through the 2010-11 season. The contract was renewed in the summer of 2011 and runs through the 2015-16 season. NewsRadio 600 WREC is in its 89th year covering the Mid-South region as the station Memphis turns to for news. The flagship allows Tigers games to be broadcast in HD Digital. The 600 WREC signal allows broadcast to be heard as far as Jonesboro to the north, Little Rock to the west, and Oxford to the south. Dave Woloshin remains as play-by-play commentator for his 16th season. Woloshin, a well-known sports figure in Memphis, is in his 27th year of being associated with the Tigers broadcast team. He began with Tigers television broadcasts in 1986, and for the last 15 years, has handled Memphis football and basketball radio broadcasts. Woloshin came to Memphis as the sports anchor for WHBQ-TV 13 in 1981. He handled play-by-play duties for the Memphis RiverKings and the Memphis Americans, Storm and Rogues soccer teams. Woloshin also worked with broadcast teams for ESPN and SportsChannel America and numerous high school football games of the week. Woloshin is married to the former Gayle Stein of Memphis. The couple has four children: Nathan, Jacob, Brett and Brendan. Matt Dillon returns as the color analyst for the 11thstraight season (since 2002-03). Although he is in only his 11th season on the radio, Dillon has been around Tigers athletics since the early 1970s. Dillon, who is in his 39th year working in the sports industry, also serves as the co-host of the Memphis pregame and postgame shows for football and basketball games on WREC. The 1973 University of Memphis graduate began his long broadcast association with Tigers sports when he did play-by-play for WKNO-TV from 1973-2001. In the 1980s, Dillon also served as analyst on WMC and handled play-by-play duties on WPTY-TV for road contests. From 1995-2000, Dillon served in several capacities in broadcasting Tigers football and basketball, including hosting coaches shows in the late 1990s. Dillon and his wife, Marni, reside in Germantown.

Dave Woloshin Play-By-Play

Matt Dillon Analyst/ Pre-Post Game Host

Forrest Goodman Studio Game Host

Jeff Brightwell Broadcast Captain

Native Memphian Forrest Goodman is in his 14th season as the pregame/postgame host for Memphis football and basketball. Goodman, who is the assistant program director for NewsRadio 600 WREC, also serves as the host of both the Josh Pastner and Justin Fuente weekly radio call-in shows. Prior to joining the Tigers broadcast team in 1999, Goodman was the Delta State University play-by-play voice for all sports and also spent 10 years handling high school football play-by-play. Goodman and his wife, Michelle, have a daughter, Abigail, and reside in Bartlett. Jeff Brightwell, the “Voice of Tigers Baseball and Women’s Basketball,” serves as the broadcast team captain handling the majority of the production and engineering duties. A 1996 University of Memphis graduate, Brightwell returned to the Bluff City in 2003 after spending six years in Missouri. Prior to his return to Memphis, Brightwell

performed play-by-play duties for Southeast Missouri, Central Methodist College, Truman State and Moberly Community College. Before taking over play-by-play for Memphis women’s basketball and baseball, Brightwell did play-by-play for the Memphis RiverKings. For the last nine years, the native Memphian has broadcast both home and away contests for Tigers baseball and women’s basketball on WUMR 91.7 FM. He also hosts a weekly Tigers Update webcast that is streamed through All-Access at www.gotigersgo.com, the athletics department website. Brightwell was named the College Baseball Foundation’s National Broadcaster of the Month in April 2005 and was honored as the Sportscaster of the Year in 2002 by the Missouri Broadcasters Association. He has also served as the public address announcer for the Triple-A Memphis Redbirds.

THE JOSH PASTNER TV SHOW ON FOX 13 IN 2012-13 The Josh Pastner Television Show returns for a third-consecutive year to Fox 13 in 201213. Fox 13 airs the show each Sunday night at 10 p.m. (CT), with the first regular-season broadcast slated for Dec. 2. The weekly update on Tigers hoops continues throughout the season. Dave Woloshin, the Tigers’ radio play-byplay announcer, and Fox 13’s own Matt Stark are the show’s co-hosts. Each Sunday, Coach Pastner joins Woloshin and Stark to break down the previous week’s highlights, while looking ahead to future opponents on the Tigers’ schedule. The show also contains feature segments on Tigers players throughout the year.

Dave Woloshin (left) and Matt Dillon (right) call the action of Memphis basketball to Tiger Nation from courtside.

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For the past 100 years, the University of Memphis has been a catalyst for progress in the city of Memphis, the state of Tennessee and the surrounding Mid-South region. From its inception in 1912 as a “normal school” dedicated to the education of public school teachers to its role today as an educator of technologically savvy, socially conscious graduates who face a complex world, the U of M has always been an integral component of the greater community. Exceptional students from 46 states and 99 countries choose the University of Memphis as their collegiate home. Approximately 23,000 students attend the U of M, including more than 2,400 first-time freshmen and 2,700 students who live on campus in university housing. As a doctoral-granting metropolitan research university, the University is committed to excellence in undergraduate, graduate and professional education; in the discovery and dissemination of knowledge; in engaged scholarship to the metropolitan community, state and nation; and in the preparation of a diverse student population for successful careers and meaningful participation in a global society. Ever forward looking, the University of Memphis is poised to enter one of its most historic and productive periods. As the university continues to celebrate its 100th anniversary this year, its faculty, staff, alumni and benefactors have never been more willing, able and generous in their efforts to build an academic environment that makes a lifelong impact. The University’s strategic plan addresses its goals. Foremost among these is the ability to recruit outstanding faculty, enroll motivated students and provide distinctive learning experiences so its students are prepared for successful and meaningful participation in a diverse society. Currently, the U of M offers 17 bachelor’s degrees in more than 50 areas of study, master’s degrees in 55 subjects and doctoral degrees in 25 disciplines. It also offers a specialist’s degree in education, a juris doctorate in law and 21 graduate certificates. Degree programs at the University of Memphis are divided into 10 colleges and schools – College of Arts and Sciences, Fogelman College of Business and Economics, College of Communication and Fine Arts, College of Education, Health and Human Sciences, Herff College of Engineering, the School of Public Health, University College, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, Loewenberg School of Nursing, and the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders. For academically ambitious and talented students, the Helen Hardin Honors Program at

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the University of Memphis combines the best of a small liberal arts school with the wide-ranging opportunities of a large, nationally-recognized research university. With more than 1,700 students participating in fall 2011, the honors program, now in its 39th year, is the largest honors program in the state of Tennessee. In addition to the main campus in the heart of East Memphis, the University of Memphis opened a campus in Jackson, Tenn., in fall 2011 at what was formerly Lambuth University. It also has off-site campuses and teaching sites in Bartlett, Bolivar, Collierville, Cordova, Covington, Dyersburg, Humboldt, Jackson, Millington and Whitehaven. One of the University’s greatest contributions to the community is its alumni. Many have become nationally and internally renowned in their fields as corporate executives, elected officials, award-winning actors and best-selling authors. More than 64,000 U of M alumni live within a 40-mile radius of Memphis. As it enters its second century, the University will continue to build strong partnerships with alumni, friends and community leaders so that it may empower the next generation of Dreamers. Thinkers. Doers. For more information on the University of Memphis, visit memphis.edu.

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FACTS AT A GLANCE President Dr. Shirley C. Raines Founded 1912 as West Tennessee State Normal School Campus Size 1,607 acres and 237 buildings at eight sites Operating Budget $439 million Local Economic Impact $1.43 billion Enrollment (for Fall 2011) Total.................................................. 22,725 Undergraduate................................... 17,966 Graduate.............................................. 4,340 Law School............................................ 419 Full-time............................................... 68% Part-time............................................... 32% Workforce Approximately 2,500 employees, including 834 full-time faculty Colleges & Schools • Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law • College of Arts & Sciences • College of Communication and Fine Arts • College of Education, Health and Human Sciences • Fogelman College of Business and Economics • Graduate School • Herff College of Engineering • Loewenberg School of Nursing • School of Communication Sciences and Disorders • School of Public Health • University College Degrees • 17 bachelor’s degrees in more than 50 majors and 70 concentrations • Master’s degrees in over 55 subjects • Doctoral degrees in 25 disciplines • Specialist degree in education • Juris Doctor (law degree) • 21 graduate certificates • Online degree program

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President Dr. Shirley Raines Dr. Shirley C. Raines became the 11th president of the University of Memphis on July 1, 2001. She is the first woman to hold the presidency of the University, which was founded in 1912. The University is classified by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as a high research university, with approximately 23,000 students and 2,500 employees. Previous to her appointment at the University of Memphis, Dr. Raines was Vice Chancellor for Academic Services and Dean of the College of Education at the University of Kentucky. While at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., she received the Distinguished Faculty Member award and has received two research awards from the Eastern Educational Research Association. She is the author of 14 books and numerous journal articles and is widely regarded as an expert in teacher education and early childhood education. During the years of Dr. Raines’ tenure at the University of Memphis, some of the following building projects have been completed: the FedEx Institute of Technology, the Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management, the Student Activities Plaza and fountain, the clock tower, University Services Building with new bookstore, additions to the Carpenter Student Housing Complex, the renovation of Wilder Tower, the University Center, the Living Learning Residence Complex and relocation of the Law School to the historic downtown location on the Mississippi River. Improvement to athletics facilities have also been a priority with the construction of the Athletic Training Facility, Penny Hardaway Athletics Hall of Fame, Tiger Softball Complex, FedExPark, Frank L. Flautt Golf Center, and upgrades and renovations to the football training facilities, Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium and the Elma Roane Fieldhouse. Described in The Commercial Appeal as “powerful, prepared and personable,” she has become known for her effective work in building productive partnerships on and off the campus. This emphasis has enabled the University to realize significant increases in annual giving to the Univer-

sity. Establishment of the University of Memphis Research Foundation along with the University’s focus on engaged scholarship in the community has facilitated an increase of sponsored research grants and contract awards by almost 100 percent. Major focus areas of her work with students include an increased emphasis on the retention of students, expansion of the University’s Honors and Emerging Leaders programs, the establishment of a guaranteed internship program for qualified students, living learning residential and curricular learning communities throughout campus, and the establishment of the University of Memphis Lambuth Campus. Dr. Raines served on the board for the NCAA for five years and chaired the Presidential Task Force Oversight and Monitoring Group while also serving on the Board of Directors of Conference USA. She chaired C-USA and will become a mem-

ber of the BIG EAST Governing Board in July of 2013. Dr. Raines earned her Doctorate in Education and her Master of Science degree from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Her Bachelor of Science degree is from the University of Tennessee at Martin. She also completed the Management Development Program from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She has returned to Harvard for the past five years as a keynote speaker for the Institutes for Higher Education addressing new university presidents and chancellors. A native of Bells, Tenn., she is married to retired professor, Dr. Robert J. Canady. In his retirement, he is a stained glass artist. Dr. Raines has one son and two grandchildren.

U OF M PRESIDENTS 2001- 2000-01 1991-00 1980-91 1980 1973-80 1972-73 1960-72 1950-60 1949-50 1946-49 1943-46 1939-43 1924-39 1918-24 1913-18 1912-13

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Dr. Shirley C. Raines Dr. Ralph Faudree (interim) Dr. V. Lane Rawlins Dr. Thomas Carpenter Dr. Jerry Boone (interim) Dr. Billy M. Jones Dr. John Richardson (interim) Dr. C.C. Humphreys Dr. J. Millard Smith Lamar Newport (acting) Dr. J. Millard Smith Dr. Jennings B. Sanders Dr. Richard C. Jones Dr. John Willard “J.W.” Brister Dr. Andrew A. Kincannon Dr. John Willard “J.W.” Brister Dr. Seymour A. Mynders

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Tom Bowen was named the University of Memphis Director of Athletics in an Apr. 16, 2012, press conference in the Penny Hardaway Athletics Hall of Fame assembly room. Bowen officially started work on the U of M campus in June. Bowen leads the Athletics Department at the University of Memphis after serving as the Athletics Director at San Jose State University (SJSU) since December 2004. “The search committee and I wanted someone who could continue the progress of Tiger Athletics developed over the last 16 years under the leadership of R.C. Johnson,” said University of Memphis President Dr. Shirley C. Raines. “Tom Bowen was the unanimous choice of the search committee. He was highly recommended as a man of integrity, ingenuity and competent leadership.” While at San Jose State, the core of Bowen’s mission was building a “Culture of Champions” academically, athletically and in the community. To reach that end, Bowen instilled a greater sense of purpose, commitment and execution from student-athletes, coaches, staff, alumni and friends. An integral member of the SJSU’s presidential staff, Bowen created and implemented short and longterm revenue streams for intercollegiate athletics. He led the Spartan Foundation — the department’s fundraising component — through consistently challenging and uncertain economic conditions to unprecedented fiscal heights at the university. The Spartans produced annual budget surpluses four-straight years under his direction and re-invested their gains back into their student-athletes and teams. In his first four football seasons (2005-08), San Jose State produced the most wins at the school since 1990-93. Last year, the Spartans were one of the most improved teams in the FBS with road wins at Colorado State and Fresno State and a home triumph in their first meeting with Navy. The 2006 through 2008 Spartans were the first three SJSU teams to post consecutive .500 or better records in the Western Athletic Conference football standings. The 2006 Spartans capped their finest season in many years, posting a 9-4 overall record and capturing the New Mexico Bowl championship. Recent athletics accomplishments add to his “Culture of Champions.” Women’s golf, women’s soccer, baseball and women’s swimming were the latest teams to win a Western Athletic Conference championship. Women’s water polo is a consistent top-10 national program. Women’s swimming finished 2008-

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09 with the longest dual meet winning streak in Division I. Women’s gymnastics is entrenched as a NCAA Regional Championship qualifying team. Men’s basketball, men’s soccer and men’s golf have produced measurable gains, particularly in conference competition. The Spartans have earned All-America honors in football, women’s golf, baseball and women’s water polo. San Jose State had its first women’s gymnastics individual NCAA Regional champion in 2009. Twelve student-athletes were honored nationally and more than 100 at the conference level for academic achievements in 2009-10. Bowen’s vision for student-athlete success and excellence led to the creation of a Student Success Services component. Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores, as measured by the NCAA, have risen steadily and strikingly under his watch and were at a then university-best in 2009 and were surpassed in the 2010 report. In 2008, San Jose State was named as one of 12 Division I universities cited for Overall Excellence in Diversity in the most recent national study by Texas A&M University on behalf of the NCAA. Bowen’s proven administrative and managerial record at San Jose State has resulted in meaningful national appointments in college athletics. He served as one of eight Football Bowl Subdivision directors of athletics on the 24-member NCAA Division I Football Issues Committee, an appointment that ended in 2011. In 2009, Bowen was one of 12 named to serve as a mentor to aspiring women and ethnic minority athletics administrators in the NCAA Fellows Leadership Program. He was the Tournament Director for the 2010 NCAA Men’s Basketball Division I Championship first and second rounds games played in San Jose. Bowen joined the staff at San Jose State after serving three years as the Director of Community Affairs and the executive director of the 49ers Foundation for the San Francisco 49ers of the National

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Football League. He directed all of the team’s fundraising activities and was responsible for alumni and current player participation in the community. His Division I experience at the collegiate level includes athletics administration positions at the University of California and Saint Mary’s College in Moraga, Calif. As an assistant and associate director of athletics at California from July 2000 through September 2002, he was responsible for athletics fundraising. Bowen was credited with developing the first comprehensive planned giving program for the Golden Bears. At Saint Mary’s College, he was the Director of Foundations and Corporate Relations from May 1995 to January 1997, before being appointed to an associate director of athletics position by the president of the college. From January 1997 through April 2000, he managed the athletics department’s budget, directed a corporate sponsorship program and interacted with the academic senate, faculty and university personnel on student-athlete issues. His first professional leadership appointment in athletics was at De La Salle High School in Concord, Calif. From 1987 through 1995, he held the positions of athletics director and assistant football coach. The 1983 graduate of the University of Notre Dame majored in theology/sociology and spent six years studying for the priesthood with the Holy Cross Fathers. Bowen went on to earn a master’s degree in administration/education from the University of San Francisco in 1990. Active throughout the entire Bay Area, he was named to the San Jose Mercury News’ Top-25 Most Powerful Sports Figures in the Bay Area. Bowen served on the board of the San Jose Sports Authority, and he was an adjunct professor at the University of San Francisco School of Sports Management and at San Jose State University’s Department of Kinesiology, where he taught sports management classes. He is a Level 2 certified member of the College Athletic Business Management Association (CABMA) and has memberships in the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and the Association of Fundraising Professionals. He and his wife, Mia, are the parents of three children: sons, Andrew and Peter, and daughter, McKenna.

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Tigers Traditions When the University of Memphis first fielded a football team in the fall of 1912, no one had selected a nickname for the squad. Early references to the football team tabbed them only as the Blue and Gray Warriors of West Tennessee Normal School. After the final game of the 1914 season, there was a student parade. During this event, several Normal students shouted, “We fight like Tigers.” The nickname was born. More and more the nickname “Tigers” was used, particularly in campus publications. But, it did not catch on with the newspapers downtown. They continued to use “Normals” or the “Blue and Gray” when referring to the University. In the late 1920s, student publications and downtown newspapers began referring to the football team as the “Teachers” or “Tutors.” The Tigers nickname would return, but not until 1939 was it finally adopted as the official nickname for the University of Memphis. For nearly 40 years, the sideline mascot for the University of Memphis has been a Bengal Tiger named TOM. TOM attends all Tigers football home games, and he can also be found at many other University events throughout the year. TOM travels in style in a custom-designed, climate-controlled trailer and always with police escort. As one of only two universities in America with a live tiger mascot, The University of Memphis is unique in its Tiger tradition. As a project of the Highland Hundred, no public or University funds are used to provide for TOM’s needs, and no University resources are required in his care. TOM is a powerful and majestic symbol of the University of Memphis, and his presence presents constant opportunities to educate Tigers fans young and old through the preservation of one of the world’s most recognizable endangered species.

U OF M ALMA MATER Stand Firm, O Alma Mater Through All The Years To Come; In Days Of Youth And Beauty Thy Halls Have Been Our Home. In Time Of Preparation Great Lessons Didst Thou Teach Till Now O Alma Mater, The Stars We’ll Strive To Reach. Lead On, O Alma Mater They Sons To Highways, Give Light And Truth Unto Them For All Their Coming Days. To Thee We’ll Give All Honor, Our Hopes Abide In Thee, For Thou, O Alma Mater, Hast Made Us Ever Free.

The first Tiger, TOM, was procured by the Highland Hundred football boosters in 1972 and served the U of M faithfully for nearly 20 years until passing away in February of 1992. The Highland Hundred officially presented TOM to the University in a ceremony at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium on Nov. 11, 1972, during a football game against the University of Cincinnati. TOM had initially been named ‘Shane’ at the suggestion of the breeder’s daughter. Once in Memphis, though, a contest was held to name the mascot. More than 2,500 entries were submitted. The list was ultimately reduced to two choices, Shane and TOM, which stands for Tigers Of Memphis. TOM won. In the fall of 1991, the Highland Hundred Tiger Guard received TOM II as a gift from Tom and Carolyn Atchison of Florence, Ala. TOM II served his university with pride for 17 years through 2008, passing away on Oct. 15 of that year.

U OF M FIGHT SONG Go Tigers Go, Go On To Victory, Be A Winner Thru And Thru; Fight Tigers, Fight Cause We’re Going All The Way -Fight, Fight For The Blue And Gray And Say -Let’s Go Tigers Go, Go On To Victory. See Our Colors Bright And True; It’s Fight Now Without A Fear, Fight Now Let’s Shout A Cheer, Shout For Dear Memphis U. (Yell) Go Tigers Go Go Tigers Go Yea -- Tiger Go!

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Shortly after TOM II’s death, the Tiger Guard began the search for a new tiger to serve as TOM III, and a stroke of good luck was realized in a discussion with the Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue & Educational Center in Rock Springs, Wis. Faced with three new cubs born Aug. 31, 2008, after an unexpected pregnancy at their facility, founders Jeff Kozlowski and Jenny Meyer offered to donate one of their young tigers to serve as TOM III. TOM III was introduced at a press conference on Nov. 17, 2008, and the Tiger Guard officially presented him to the University on Nov. 22 during a football game against the UCF.

THE LOGO The University of Memphis’ official logo was redesigned by Craig Thompson, from Disciple Design in Memphis, Tenn. The original logo was an MSU with a leaping Tiger coming out from behind the letter. The new logo is an “M” with a leaping Tiger coming up over the center of the “M.”

SCHOOL COLORS The University of Memphis’ official school colors of Blue and Gray were selected in the early 1900s. The colors were chosen in an effort to show unity in a nation that was still recovering from the effects of the Civil War. The student body thought that by picking the colors of the North and the South, the school would show a togetherness among all students.

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SUCCESS ON THE COURT

Conference USA performers have achieved great success in competition, placing the league among the top conferences in the nation. C-USA is consistently rated as one of the top basketball leagues in the country. Since the league’s formation in 1995, C-USA has sent 102 teams to the postseason

(49 NCAA and 41 NIT, 6 CBI, 6 CIT). C-USA has made one NCAA national championship title game, three Final Fours and seven Elite Eight appearances. The league has had an NIT Champion, four NIT semifinalists and the inaugural CBI Champion.

SUCCESS OFF THE COURT

C-USA institutions are among the nation’s best in academic performance among student-athletes, bolstered by the fact that student-athletes at league schools have a higher graduation rate than the general student population. Among C-USA’s 5,000 student-athletes, there are champions off the playing field as well. In 17 years, 169 student-athletes earned national Capital One Academic All-America honors, while 588 were named All-District. In addition, more than 22,000 student-athletes have been named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll or received the Commissioner’s Academic Medal, indicative of outstanding achievement in the classroom.

C-USA ON TV

C-USA enjoys significant television exposure through partnerships with FOX Sports Media Group, CBS Sports Network and ESPN. The multi-tiered selection process that is rooted in partnering with all three networks has substantially increased the number of national and regional appearances for football, men’s and women’s basketball, and all other conference sports.

C-USA DIGITAL NETWORK

The C-USA Digital Network officially launched in August of 2011. Network programming includes live streaming of non-televised events, video-on-demand, a weekly C-USA studio show, podcasting, regular-season and championship event highlights and conferenceproduced feature stories. In its first year, 1,164 events were streamed live and 8,126 videos were posted on the network, and that number just keeps growing. Monthly and yearly subscriptions offer fans access to events of-

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C-USA IN THE COMMUNITY

The conference’s footprint is concentrated with 12 members in nine states and a combined area population of nearly 17 million. More than 1.1 million living alumni represent C-USA schools across the nation. With a renewed commitment to community involvement, the conference has begun development of several initiatives to maintain strong ties in C-USA cities, as well as with fans and alumni across the country. C-USA schools also place a priority on giving back to their communities through volunteer service with local and national organizations.

A PROUD HISTORY

Conference USA was formed in 1995 and quickly emerged as one of the nation’s top conferences. The conference unveiled its name, logo and commissioner April 24, 1995, in Chicago. The league’s charter members included Charlotte, Cincinnati, DePaul, Houston, Louisville, Marquette, Memphis, Saint Louis, Southern Miss, Tulane, UAB and USF. Eleven of the institutions began athletic participation in 1995, while Houston joined competition in the fall of 1996. The league’s headquarters were established in Chicago and after nine years, relocated to the current office in Irving, Texas. Britton Banowsky was named Commissioner in October 2002, succeeding Mike Slive, the league’s first commissioner. C-USA added East Carolina (September, 1996) and Army (March, 1997) as football members. ECU began league competition in 1997; Army in 1998 and UAB began football play in 1999. The league added TCU and ECU (1999) for all sports and they began competition in 2001. USF started C-USA football in 2003. After celebrating its 10th Anniversary during the 2004-05 season, C-USA began a new chapter in 2005-06 when its current membership came together.

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From its beginning in 1994, Conference USA’s dedication to excellence has been the league’s guiding principle and remains a common thread today and for a promising future. Entering the 2012-13 season, C-USA is home to 12 nationally-prominent, tradition-rich members in East Carolina, Houston, Marshall, Memphis, Rice, SMU, Southern Miss, Tulane, Tulsa, UAB, UCF and UTEP. This combination enhances men’s and women’s programs that are immersed in athletic success and academic prowess. Together, we are committed to excellence, integrity and leadership in athletics, academics and in our communities. These C-USA institutions all sponsor Division I-A football, along with several other men’s and women’s athletic programs that compete regularly for NCAA Championships. C-USA sponsors competition in 20 sports - nine for men (baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis and indoor and outdoor track and field) and 11 for women (basketball, cross country, golf, rowing, softball, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field and volleyball). The league sponsors numerous academic awards, including the Commissioner’s Honor Roll and the Commissioner’s Academic Medal, indicative of outstanding achievement in the classroom. C-USA annually awards 12 postgraduate scholarships, along with the Sport Academic Award, Scholar Athletes of the Year and the Institutional Academic Excellence Award. Conference USA also added a Spirit of Service Award, recognizing student-athletes three times a year for a combination of significant community service efforts, good academic standing and participation in their elected sport.

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UD Arena University of Dayton, host Dayton, Ohio Mar. 19 and 20 2nd/3rd Rounds Palace of Auburn Hills Oakland University, host Auburn Hills, Mich. Mar. 21 and 23 Rupp Arena University of Kentucky, host Lexington, Ky. Mar. 21 and 23 Energy Solutions Arena University of Utah, host Salt Lake City, Utah Mar. 21 and 23 HP Pavilion West Coast Conference, host San Jose, Calif. Mar. 21 and 23

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East Regional (Washington, D.C.) Verizon Center Georgetown University, host Mar. 28 and 30

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South Regional (Arlington, Texas) Cowboys Stadium Big 12 Conference, host Mar. 29 and 31

Sprint Center Missouri Valley Conference, host Kansas City, Mo. Mar. 22 and 24

Midwest Regional (Indianapolis, Ind.) Lucas Oil Stadium IUPUI/Horizon League, hosts Mar. 29 and 31

Wells Fargo Center Temple University, host Philadelphia, Pa. Mar. 22 and 24

National Semifinals and Championship Georgia Dome Georgia Tech, host Atlanta, Ga. Apr. 6 and 8

Regional Semis and Finals West Regional (Los Angeles, Calif.) Staples Center Pepperdine University, host Mar. 28 and 30

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In This Section: Head Coach Josh Pastner. ..........................14-15 Assistant Coaches.......................................16-17 David “Aki” Collins...................................... 16 Damon Stoudamire..................................16-17

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Coaches/Staff JOSH PASTNER

HEAD COACH • FOURTH YEAR • ARIZONA, 1998 75-29 RECORD OVERALL • 75-29 RECORD AT SCHOOL

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hen Josh Pastner was hired as the Tigers head coach in April of 2009, the then 31-year-old said he wasn’t going to take shortcuts in rebuilding the University of Memphis basketball program. Pastner said the process was going to take time because he wanted to build it strong for the long-term instead of settling for quickfixes that produce immediate, but shortterm results. Pastner stayed the course with his plan, and the results? Well, Pastner’s numbers and accomplishments are quite remarkable in only three seasons: • Led the Tigers to a 75-29 record, with the 75 victories the most wins by a Memphis head coach in his first three years • Directed the Tigers to a sweep of the 2011-12 Conference USA regular season and tournament crowns, the fifth time the Tigers did so in the last seven seasons • The 2011-12 conference championship title sweep made Memphis the only program from a top-10 rated confer-

ence in the nation to win the regularseason crown outright and also claim the tournament championship • Led the Tigers to back-to-back appearances in the “Big Dance,” earning the program’s 23rd and 24th bids to the NCAA Tournament (2011, 2012) • Guided Memphis to the 2011 Conference USA Tournament title, the program’s first league tournament championship won outside the Bluff City since 1987 • One of four head coaches in Memphis history to post 20-win campaigns in each of his first three seasons (joins Wayne Yates, Larry Finch and John Calipari in that group) • One of three head coaches in school history to lead the Tigers to postseason appearances in each of his first three years (2012, 2011 NCAA; 2010 NIT); Wayne Yates and John Calipari were the other two head coaches to do so • Led Memphis to double-digit wins in league play in all three seasons (13 in 2009-10 and 2011-12; 10 in 2010-11) • Won more conference titles (regular season and tournament combined) in

his first three seasons than any previous coach in Tigers history • Signed three-straight, nationallyranked recruiting classes, including the nation’s No. 1 class in 2010 • Rallied Tiger Nation to attend the threeconsecutive, “bar-the-doors” Memphis Madnesses in school history in the fall of 2009, 2010 and 2011, as record overflow crowds packed FedExForum to watch the Tigers tip off preseason drills And, Tigers fans can rest easy knowing the now 35-year-old Pastner will move forward with his plans for the Memphis hoops program, as he signed a contract extension through the 2016-17 season following the 2011-12 campaign. In his first season in 2009-10, Pastner stabilized the Tigers program against overwhelming odds. Despite only five returning letterwinners, Pastner directed the 2009-10 squad to a 24-10 record and a National Invitation Tournament (NIT) appearance, advancing to the second round. The next year, Pastner took the youngest team in school history – also the seventh-youngest of 346 NCAA Division I squads in 2010-11 – and guided it to a 25-10 record, the Conference USA Tournament crown and an NCAA Tournament berth. Despite falling to Arizona in the second round, the loss couldn’t take away from the magical run the Tigers had in the 2011 Conference USA Tournament. Memphis put together a “three-game-runfor-the-ages” in the tournament, including a thrilling come-from-behind 67-66 win over UTEP in the title contest on the Miners’ homecourt.

JOSH PASTNER CAREER RECORD

Overall Conference Season Team/Position W-L Pct. W-L Pct. Accomplishments 2011-12 Memphis/HC 26-9 .743 13-3 .813 C-USA Champ (R/T); NCAA Second Round 2010-11 Memphis/HC 25-10 .714 10-6 .625 C-USA Champ (T); NCAA Second Round 2009-10 Memphis/HC 24-10 .706 13-3 .813 NIT Second Round 2008-09 Memphis/Asst. 33-4 .892 16-0 1.000 C-USA Champ (R/T); NCAA Sweet 16 2007-08 Arizona/Asst. 19-15 .559 8-10 .444 NCAA First Round 2006-07 Arizona/Asst. 20-11 .645 11-7 .611 NCAA First Round 2005-06 Arizona/Asst. 20-13 .606 11-7 .611 NCAA Second Round 2004-05 Arizona/Asst. 30-7 .811 15-3 .833 Pac-10 Champ (R); NCAA Elite Eight 2003-04 Arizona/Asst. 20-10 .667 11-7 .611 NCAA First Round 2002-03 Arizona/Asst. 28-4 .875 17-1 .944 Pac-10 Champ (R); NCAA Elite Eight 2001-02 Arizona/Video* 24-10 .706 12-6 .667 Pac-10 Champ (T); NCAA Sweet 16 2000-01 Arizona/Asst.# 25-6 .806 15-3 .833 NCAA Title Game 1999-2000 Arizona/Player 27-7 .794 15-3 .833 Pac-10 Champ (R); NCAA Second Rd. 1998-99 Arizona/Player 22-6 .786 13-5 .722 NCAA First Round 1997-98 Arizona/Player 30-5 .857 17-1 .944 Pac-10 Champ (R); NCAA Elite Eight 1996-97 Arizona/Player 25-9 .735 11-7 .611 NCAA Champion Memphis Totals (HC/AC) 108-33 .766 52-12 .813 5 conference titles (R/T), 3 NCAA, 1 Sweet 16, 1 NIT Arizona Totals (Staff/Player) 290-103 .738 156-59 .726 5 conference titles (4 R/1 T), 12 NCAA, 6 Sweet 16, 5 Elite Eight, 2 Final Four, 2 NCAA title games, 1 NCAA title Totals 398-136 .745 208-71 .746 R — denotes conf. regular season title; T — denotes conf. tournament title * also served as recruiting coordinator; # undergraduate assistant coach

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Pastner’s third season in 2011-12 was another building block for his vision of keeping Tigers basketball among the nation’s elite. Memphis entered the campaign as the favorite to win the CUSA championship, and despite hitting a couple speed bumps, the Tigers lived up to expectations. Memphis swept the CUSA regular season and tournament titles and earned a second-consecutive NCAA Tournament berth. In addition to producing winning seasons, Pastner and his staff have done an incredible job of developing players. In his only year as a Tiger in 2009-10, former standout Elliot Williams was named Conference USA’s Newcomer of the Year and, following that season, was an NBA Draft first-round pick (22nd overall) by the Portland Trail Blazers. In 2010-11, Will Barton was an AllConference USA third team selection and averaged 12.3 points and 4.9 rebounds. A year later, Barton upped his averages to 18.1 points and 8.1 boards and took home the C-USA Player of the Year honor, along with earning CBSSports.com AllAmerica third team recognition. Barton was selected in the 2012 NBA Draft’s second round and signed a guaranteed contract in mid-July, a rarity for secondround picks. Tarik Black was named to the All-C-USA second team, and Chris Crawford to the league’s third team. Joe Jackson captured the C-USA Tournament MVP award for the second-straight year, becoming the first player in league history to do so. Away from the court, Pastner’s efforts in the Memphis community may be even more impressive. A passionate, energetic speaker, Pastner gives numerous talks to civic clubs, youth organizations and elementary schools throughout the Mid-South region. He served as the 2012 Memphis Maccabi Games opening ceremonies speaker on Aug. 5, 2012. In addition, Pastner was the 2011 Mid-South Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure honorary chairperson, and he is involved with the Wings Cancer Foundation Bet Against Breast Cancer and Make-AWish Foundation. Pastner has been active in his support of both children’s hospitals in Memphis, Le Bonheur and St. Jude, as well as the Ronald McDonald House of Memphis. For a second-straight year in 2012-13, Pastner will be a part of the Infiniti Coaches’ Charity Challenge, a contest that raises financial support for coaches-selected charities. Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital is Pastner’s chosen charity for the challenge. Moreover, Pastner encourages his staff and players to take active roles in the local community and Mid-South region.

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earned NCAA Tournament berths in each of Pastner’s six seasons as an assistant coach. Pastner, who was with the Arizona program as a player, administrator and coach since 1996, was a key cog in the Wildcats’ recruiting efforts and working with the program’s big men. In his six seasons as an assistant in Tucson, Pastner’s tireless efforts on the recruiting trail paid big dividends, as the Wildcats continued to successfully recruit top-notch student-athletes. Arizona’s recruiting classes were among the best nationally in each of his six seasons as an assistant. In June of 2005, Rivals.com’s Chris Wallace named Pastner one of college basketball’s top 25 recruiters, writing, “Any list of top recruiters must include Pastner.” In May 2008, FoxSports. com rated Pastner as the No. 7 high-major recruiter in the country. And just prior to taking the Memphis head coach position, Basketball Times named Pastner the No. 5 assistant coach in the country in the publication’s April 2009 issue. During his time at Arizona, Pastner was involved in a wealth of charitable organizations, including the Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson, Boy Scouts of America, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Naval Special Warfare Foundation, Special Olympics and various local law enforcement support groups to name a few. His

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Birthdate................................ September 26 Hometown....................... Kingwood, Texas High School............................... Kingwood College................................. Arizona, 1998 (Bachelor’s) Arizona, 1999 (Master’s) Family........................................wife, Kerri daughters, Payten and Kamryn stepson, Ethan

Coaching History

2009-present................................. Memphis Head Coach 2008-09........................................ Memphis Assistant Coach 2002-08.......................................... Arizona Assistant Coach 2001-02.......................................... Arizona Video Coordinator/ Recruiting Coordinator 2000-01.......................................... Arizona Undergraduate Assistant Coach

Postseason History

2011-12........................................ Memphis NCAA Second Round 2010-11........................................ Memphis NCAA Second Round 2009-10........................................ Memphis NIT Second Round 2008-09........................................ Memphis NCAA Sweet Sixteen

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charitable efforts got him named to the Tucson Business Edge’s “40 Under 40” list for 2007. The honor recognizes local business leaders under 40 years of age. The annual list not only recognizes recipients for professional success, but community involvement, public service and participation in trade groups or professional organizations. Pastner played in 42 games as a Wildcat and finished his career with an average of 0.9 ppg. The Wildcats were 42-0 in the games in which he appeared. Despite his lack of playing time, Pastner’s presence in the Arizona program was invaluable, performing many of the small “behind-the-scenes” things that helped the team win the 1997 NCAA championship and two Pac-10 titles (1998, 2000). Pastner helped break down game tapes and scout opponents, and he was the shot specialist for many of the Wildcats players. In his 12 overall years with the program, Arizona had a 290-103 record (.738 winning percentage). Pastner earned his bachelor’s degree in Family Studies from Arizona in December of 1998 — two-and-a-half years after enrolling — which is the fastest an Arizona student-athlete has ever earned a degree. He finished his master’s in Teaching and Teacher Education in December 1999 before beginning work on his doctorate. In his role as an undergraduate as-

sistant in 2000-01, Pastner began pursuit of another undergraduate degree. Despite taking as many as 33 units a semester while at Arizona, Pastner maintained a high grade-point average, was nominated for the CoSIDA/GTE Academic All-America team and was named to the Academic All-Pac-10 second team as a senior in 2000. On May, 16, 2009, Pastner married the former Kerri Lamas, and the couple resides in Memphis. Pastner has a stepson, Ethan, and two daughters, Payten Sydney (born May 27, 2010) and Kamryn Tyler (born Sept. 13, 2012).

2007-08.......................................... Arizona NCAA First Round 2006-07.......................................... Arizona NCAA First Round 2005-06.......................................... Arizona NCAA Second Round 2004-05.......................................... Arizona NCAA Elite Eight 2003-04.......................................... Arizona NCAA First Round 2002-03.......................................... Arizona NCAA Elite Eight 2001-02.......................................... Arizona NCAA Sweet Sixteen 2000-01.......................................... Arizona NCAA Championship Game

Playing History

Conference Titles

1999-2000...................................... Arizona Pac-10 Conference (regular season) 1997-98.......................................... Arizona Pac-10 Conference (regular season)

2011-12........................................ Memphis Conference USA (regular season/tournament) 2010-11........................................ Memphis Conference USA (tournament) 2008-09........................................ Memphis Conference USA (regular season/tournament) 2004-05.......................................... Arizona Pac-10 Conference (regular season) 2002-03.......................................... Arizona Pac-10 Conference (regular season) 2001-02.......................................... Arizona Pac-10 Conference (tournament)

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Pastner has the Tigers program on solid footing – on and off the court – entering the 2012-13 season when, for the first time in his short tenure, he will work with a roster comprised of more upperclassmen than newcomers. But, Tiger Nation should have expected this success as soon as Pastner was hired when looking at his impressive résumé at that time. Before he took over the Tigers program, Pastner already had coached nine NBA Draft lottery picks. In only season as an assistant at Memphis, Pastner worked with Tyreke Evans. As an assistant at Arizona, Pastner helped develop the games of Jordan Hill, Channing Frye, Jarryd Bayless, Andre Iguodala, Richard Jefferson and Mike Bibby at Arizona. Then, as the head coach of the Houston Hoops summer league team, Pastner mentored Emeka Okafor and T.J. Ford. Pastner’s impressive credentials, though, don’t end there. He won an NCAA title as a player at Arizona (1997), and also made a trip to the NCAA championship game while on the Wildcats’ staff (2001). As an assistant coach from 2003-09 (six years at Arizona, one year at Memphis), Pastner’s teams advanced to four NCAA Sweet Sixteens and two Elite Eights. In fact, Pastner participated in the NCAA Tournament 13-straight years from 1997-2009. Pastner joined the Memphis program as an assistant coach in May 2008, and in only his first season as an assistant on the staff in 2008-09, he helped the Tigers continue their rarefied success. Memphis posted a 33-4 overall record and a third-straight 16-0 Conference USA regular-season mark. The Tigers entered the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 on a schoolrecord 27-game win streak, which was also the nation’s longest in 2008-09. The NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 appearance was the program’s fourth straight, tying a school mark. Memphis made it another sweep of the C-USA crowns, winning the league’s tournament for a fourth-consecutive season. The Tigers also jumped into the top five of both national polls, reaching as high as the No. 2 spot. Memphis finished the regular season ranked No. 3 in the final Associated Press poll and No. 2 in the ESPN/USA Today poll. Pastner came to Memphis after a successful six-year stint as an assistant coach on Hall of Famer Lute Olson’s staff at the University of Arizona. From 200308, Arizona averaged nearly 23 wins per season (137-60 record; .695 winning percentage), captured two Pac-10 regular season championships (2003, 2005) and advanced to two NCAA Tournament regional finals (2003, 2005). The Wildcats

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1999-2000...................................... Arizona NCAA Second Round 1998-99.......................................... Arizona NCAA First Round 1997-98.......................................... Arizona NCAA Elite Eight 1996-97.......................................... Arizona NCAA Champion

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least the BIG EAST Tournament quarterfinal round the past four years. Collins’ four-year tenure in Milwaukee culminated in a 27-8 overall mark and a 14-4 Big East record in 2011-12. The 27 victories were tied for the secondmost in Golden Eagles ASSISTANT COACH • FIRST YEAR history (one shy of the CLARK ATLANTA UNIV., 1997 school-record 28 wins in 1970-71), while the 14 Big avid “Aki” Collins is in his first East wins (14-4 record) tied a school season on the Memphis staff in 2012record. Marquette recorded its highest13. He moved to the Bluff City in the league finish (2nd) since joining the Big spring of 2012 from his assistant coach East in 2005-06, and the Golden Eagles position at Marquette University. went undefeated at home in league acCollins arrives in Memphis during tion for the first time in the program’s exciting times for the Tigers program. history. Memphis is coming off back-to-back, Marquette, the 2011 Paradise Jam 25-win campaigns (25-10 in 2010champion, was ranked every week of 11; 26-9 in 2011-12) and consecuthe 2011-12 campaign, climbing as high tive NCAA Tournament appearances as No. 8/7 in the Feb. 27, 2012, national (2011, 2012). The Tigers also won twopolls. The Golden Eagles finished the straight Conference USA Tournament year ranked No. 11/10 in the national titles (2011, 2012) and the 2011-12 C- polls. Marquette, which played before USA regular-season crown. a national television audience 22 times And, on top of all that, Memphis anlast year, finished 2011-12 ranked nounced in February of 2012 that it is among the top-15 national attendance moving to the BIG EAST Conference leaders (13th), averaging 15,138 fans for the 2013-14 season. per game at the Bradley Center. Collins joins the Tigers program In addition to the wins and NCAA after an incredibly successful fourTournament appearances, Marquette year stint on Buzz Williams’ staff at thrived with Collins’ assistance, and the Marquette. During Collins’ four seastatistical numbers prove it. The 2011sons in Milwaukee, the Golden Eagles 12 Golden Eagles squad set the school’s compiled an impressive 96-45 overall single-season record for assists (580), record (.681 winning percentage) and a while also posting top-five marks for 46-26 Big East Conference mark. points (2,638; 4th), field goals made The Golden Eagles — with Collins (919; 5th), free throws made (599; 5th), on the bench — posted four-straight, 20-win campaigns and earned four- The Collins File consecutive NCAA Tournament berths Birthdate........................................August 6 (2009-12), including back-to-back Hometown...........................Brooklyn, N.Y. Sweet Sixteen showings in 2011 and High School....................LaSalle Academy College....... Clark Atlanta University, 1997 2012. The consecutive NCAA Tourna- (Bachelor’s) ment Sweet Sixteen appearances were Family...........................................wife, Ina the program’s first since 1976 and 1977. sons, Daniel and Michael Marquette reached the NCAA Tournament second round in 2009 and the Coaching History “Big Dance’s” opening round in 2010. 2012-present................................. Memphis Assistant Coach The Golden Eagles also advanced to at

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the Tigers hoops family in May of 2011 after a twoyear stint on the NBA’s Memphis Grizzlies staff from 2009-11. Stoudamire is on the Tigers staff in the midst of exciting times surrounding the program. Memphis is coming off back-to-back ASSISTANT COACH • SECOND YEAR 25-win campaigns (25-10 ARIZONA, 2008 in 2010-11; 26-9 in 201112) and consecutive NCAA amon Stoudamire is in his Tournament appearances (2011, 2012). second season as an assistant coach In addition, Memphis announced in February of 2012 that it is moving to in 2012-13. He became a member of

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fewest turnovers per game (13.1; 5th) and steals (304; 2nd). Collins’ Marquette teams also posted single-season marks for points (2,782; 2010-11), field goals made (973; 201011), three-point field goals made (274; 2009-10) and fewest turnovers per game (10.4; 2009-10). In fact, all four of Collins’ teams rank in the top-five for fewest turnovers per game in Marquette history. The Brooklyn, N.Y., native had a major role in player development at Marquette, helping four Golden Eagles earn All-America honors (Jerel McNeal, 2008-09; Lazar Hayward, 2009-10; Jae Crowder, 2011-12; Darius JohnsonOdom, 2011-12). The 2011-12 campaign was the first since the 1977-78 campaign that Marquette had two AllAmerica selections in the same season. Six players under Collins’ tutelage also received All-Big East Conference distinction in Wesley Matthews, Jimmy Butler, McNeal, Hayward, Crowder and Johnson-Odom, and Crowder also was honored as the 2011-12 Big East Player of the Year. In addition, Collins coached five of the top-11 scorers in Marquette history in McNeal (1st), Hayward (2nd), Dominic James (4th), Matthews (9th) and Johnson-Odom (11th). Four of Collins’ pupils were recent NBA Draft picks, and two others have played in the NBA. Hayward (2010) and Butler (2011) were taken in the first rounds of their respective NBA Drafts. In the 2012 NBA Draft, Crowder and Johnson-Odom were second-round picks. Matthews went undrafted, but 2008-12.......................................Marquette Assistant Coach 2006-08..........................................Fairfield Assistant Coach 2003-06.........................................Marshall Assistant Coach 2000-03.......................................... Howard Assistant Coach 1998-2000.................................... Colorado Assistant Coach 1997-98........................................ Colorado Volunteer Assistant Coach

the BIG EAST Conference for the 2013-14 season. In his first year on the Memphis bench, Stoudamire played an integral role in helping lead the squad to a 2011-12 Tigers’ trifecta. Memphis, which posted a 26-9 overall record, won both the Conference USA regular season (13-3 league mark) and tournament championships and also earned an NCAA Tournament berth. In fact, the Tigers made a strong surge in the final stretch to claim the league’s regularseason crown, overcoming a one-game deficit to win the title by two games in the last two weeks of the season. The

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was a starter for the 2012 Portland Trail Blazers. McNeal also played in the NBA in the 2010-11 campaign. Prior to Marquette, Collins had coaching stints at Fairfield (2006-08), Marshall (2003-06), Howard (2000-03) and Colorado (1997-2000). He was an assistant in Colorado when the Buffaloes earned National Invitation Tournament (NIT) bids in 1999 and 2000. In his previous assistant coaching positions, Collins was on the Tigers opponents’ bench once in the 2005-06 campaign when the Thundering Herd hosted Memphis on Feb. 11, 2006. The No. 3 nationally-ranked Tigers overcame a spirited Marshall effort to post a 91-81 victory in Huntington, W.Va. The Thundering Herd led by 11 points on two occasions in the first half and held a 44-43 halftime advantage in that contest. Ironically, Collins just missed facing Memphis two other times. The most recent was the 2009 NCAA Tournament when Marquette could have been the Tigers’ West Region Sweet Sixteen foe in Glendale, Ariz. The Golden Eagles, though, fell to Missouri in the second round. The other “almost” meeting came in the 2008-09 season opener when Fairfield came to Memphis. Collins, however, had just moved from Fairfield to Marquette in the summer of 2008. A 1997 graduate of Clark Atlanta University, Collins began his college education at Morehouse College before transferring to Clark Atlanta. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Communications.

Postseason History

2011-12.......................................Marquette NCAA Sweet Sixteen 2010-11.......................................Marquette NCAA Sweet Sixteen 2009-10.......................................Marquette NCAA First Round 2008-09.......................................Marquette NCAA Second Round 1999-2000.................................... Colorado NIT First Round 1998-99........................................ Colorado NIT Second Round

C-USA title sweep was the program’s fifth in the last seven years. Stoudamire moved to college basketball from the professional ranks after completing two seasons (2009-11) as an assistant for the Memphis Grizzlies. In 2010-11, Stoudamire helped direct the Grizzlies to their most successful season in the organization’s history. Memphis finished the 2010-11 regular season with a 46-36 record and tied for third place in the NBA’s Southwest Division. The Grizzlies, though, shocked the nation with their magical playoff run that caught the Bluff City by storm.

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also posted averages of 8.8 assists and 4.1 boards while playing in 81 of 82 regular-season contests. During the 1997-98 NBA campaign, Stoudamire was traded to his hometown squad, the Portland Trail Blazers, and suited up in front of his home crowd for eight years (1997-98 through 200405). His final year in Portland was his best scoring season for the Trail Blazers, averaging 15.8 points. He played in 81 games and also averaged 5.7 assists and 3.8 rebounds. In that final year in Portland, Stoudamire scored a careerhigh 54 points versus the New Orleans Hornets on Jan. 14, 2005. Stoudamire’s 54-point performance is still the Trail Blazers’ single-game scoring record. From 2005-08, Stoudamire played in 118 games for the Grizzlies. He averaged 8.4 points, 4.6 assists and 2.6 rebounds in his two-plus years in Memphis. Stoudamire finished the final year (2007-08) of his career in San Antonio, where he saw action in 31 games.

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Birthdate.................................. September 3 Hometown.............................Portland, Ore. High School.................... Woodrow Wilson College................................. Arizona, 2008 (Bachelor’s)

Honors

1995-96................NBA Rookie of the Year NBA All-Rookie Team NBA Rookie All-Star Game MVP No. 7 overall draft pick (lottery) 1994-95...................All-America first team Wooden Award finalist (co) Pac-10 Player of the Year

Coaching History

2011-present................................. Memphis Assistant Coach 2009-11............ Memphis Grizzlies (NBA) Assistant Coach

title and an NCAA Tournament berth in 2010-11, and Williams’ assistance continued that trend of success in 2011-12. In his four months on staff, Williams helped the Tigers to a 26-9 record, a Conference USA sweep of the regular season and ASSISTANT COACH • SECOND YEAR tournament crowns and an ASHLAND UNIVERSITY, 1970 NCAA Tournament bid. In fact, Memphis went 21-7 with Williams on the bench (since Dec. immy Williams is in his second season on the Memphis staff in 2012- 11, 2011), including a stretch in which 13. He joined the Tigers program as an the Tigers won 20 of 23 games. Williams, a well-respected coach assistant coach in December of 2011 and served the remainder of the 2011- with expertise in big man development and zone defense, worked his magic 12 campaign. Williams arrived in the Bluff City with the Tigers’ post players in 201112, helping Tarik Black and Ferrakohn in the midst of growing positive moHall become two of the squad’s mostmentum for the Memphis program. The consistent performers down the stretch. Tigers had just come off a 25-10 camBlack, who shattered the Memphis paign, a Conference USA Tournament

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In his NBA career, Stoudamire played on six teams that advanced to the playoffs, including five with the Trail Blazers. Stoudamire was a member of the 1999-2000 Portland team that made it to the Western Conference championship series, before falling in seven games (4-3) to the Shaquille O’Neal-and-Kobe Bryant-led Los Angeles Lakers. Before his NBA career, Stoudamire played four seasons (1992-95) of collegiate basketball at the University of Arizona under Hall of Fame head coach Lute Olson. A 1994-95 consensus AllAmerica pick, Stoudamire was a Wooden Award National Player of the Year finalist and the co-Pac-12 Conference Player of the Year that same season. Stoudamire helped lead the Wildcats to a combined 101-24 record (.808 winning percentage), two Pac-12 Conference crowns (1993, 1994), four NCAA Tournament appearances (1992-95) and one NCAA Final Four (1994 in 2008-09................................................Rice Director of Player Development

Postseason History

2011-12........................................ Memphis NCAA Second Round 2010-11............................Memphis (NBA) Western Conference Semifinals 2007-08....................... San Antonio (NBA) Western Conference Finals 2002-03............................. Portland (NBA) Western Conference First Rd. 2001-02............................. Portland (NBA) Western Conference First Rd. 2000-01............................. Portland (NBA) Western Conference First Rd. 1999-2000......................... Portland (NBA) Western Conference Finals 1998-99............................. Portland (NBA) Western Conference Finals 1994-95.......................................... Arizona NCAA First Round

single-season field goal percentage mark (68.9 percent) in 2011-12, averaged 13.4 points and 5.0 boards while shooting 76.1 percent from the floor in the last 10 games of the campaign. Black, an All-Conference USA second team and All-C-USA Defensive Team pick, had averaged just 8.0 points and 3.3 rebounds and shot 58.8 percent from the field in the seven games prior to Williams’ arrival. Likewise, Hall improved under Williams’ guidance as the year progressed. Hall netted a seasonhigh 10 points on 5-of-5 field goals in the C-USA Tournament title game win over Marshall and followed that with a seven-point, six-board performance in the NCAA Tournament second round. Prior to joining the Tigers staff, Williams had been training players by himself and also working with players at the prestigious John Lucas Camp in Houston since 2007. Williams has coached 37 players

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Charlotte). He served as the team’s co-captain in the 1993-94 and 1994-95 seasons. Stoudamire is one of only two players (Gary Payton is the other) in Pac12 Conference history to score over 1,800 points, dish out over 600 assists and pull down over 400 rebounds in a career. He still ranks on the Arizona basketball career charts for scoring (6th with 1,849 points), assists (3rd with 663) and steals (8th with 174). He remains the only player in Wildcats hoops history with two 40-point performances in a career, with both coming in Pac-12 Conference road games at Stanford (45 points) and Washington State (40) in the 1994-95 season. That same campaign (1994-95), Stoudamire became the third player in the program’s history to record a tripledouble, posting 32 points, 12 boards and 14 assists versus Oregon on Feb. 25, 1995. 1993-94.......................................... Arizona NCAA Final Four 1992-93.......................................... Arizona NCAA First Round 1991-92.......................................... Arizona NCAA First Round

Conference Titles

2011-12........................................ Memphis Conference USA (regular season/tournament) 2007-08....................... San Antonio (NBA) Southwest Division title 1998-99............................. Portland (NBA) Pacific Division title 1993-94.......................................... Arizona Pac-10 Conference (regular season) 1992-93.......................................... Arizona Pac-10 Conference (regular season)

that went on to the National Basketball Association (NBA), including 15 first-round draft picks. Notables that Williams coached during his career include Dave Winfield, Mychal Thompson, Kevin McHale and Kevin Garnett. Thompson was the 1978 NBA Draft’s No. 1 overall pick by the Portland Trail Blazers, and McHale was the 1980 NBA Draft’s No. 3 overall selection by the Boston Celtics. In his most recent collegiate coaching stint prior to Memphis, Williams helped direct the Oklahoma State Cowboys to a 65-36 record and threestraight postseason appearances (2005 NCAA, 2006 and 2007 NIT) from 2004-07. The 2004-05 Oklahoma State squad went 26-7, won the Big 12 Conference Tournament and earned the league’s NCAA Tournament automatic bid. The Cowboys, coming off a 2004 NCAA Final Four appearance, advanced to the 2005 NCAA Tournament

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Memphis, the Western Conference No. 8 seed, upset No. 1 seed San Antonio 4-2 in the playoffs opening round, and then took No. 4 seed Oklahoma City to seven games, before dropping the hardfought series 4-3. In Stoudamire’s first season in Memphis, the 2009-10 Grizzlies just missed making the playoffs with a 40-42 overall record. Despite no postseason, Stoudamire was a member of the coaching staff that guided the Grizzlies to a 16game turnaround from the previous year (24-58 record in 2008-09). The former Arizona Wildcats basketball standout also coached the Grizzlies during the NBA’s 2010 Summer League in Las Vegas. Prior to his joining the Grizzlies staff, Stoudamire was the director of player development for the Rice Owls basketball program under head coach Ben Braun for the 2008-09 campaign. Before crossing over to the coaching staff ranks, Stoudamire played 13 seasons in the NBA from 1995-2008 for Toronto, Portland, Memphis and San Antonio. For his career, the 5-foot-10 guard averaged 13.4 points, 6.1 assists and 3.4 rebounds in 878 games. Nicknamed “Mighty Mouse,” Stoudamire was the No. 7 overall selection by the Toronto Raptors in the 1995 NBA Draft. In his first NBA season, he averaged 19.0 points, 9.3 assists (career best) and 4.0 rebounds and earned the 1995-96 NBA Rookie of the Year award. Stoudamire was also named to the NBA’s All-Rookie first team and received the NBA Rookie All-Star Game MVP honor. There was no sophomore jinx for Stoudamire in 1996-97. During his second NBA season with the Raptors, he averaged a career-best 20.2 points and

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Coaches/Staff Sweet Sixteen in Chicago, where they dropped a heart-breaking 79-78 loss to Lute Olson’s Arizona team. Josh Pastner (assistant coach) served on Olson’s staff that season. Williams’ first “go-round” in Stillwater, Okla., was in the 1999-2000 campaign. That season, Oklahoma State posted a 27-7 record and advanced to the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight. The Cowboys were ranked sixth in the final ESPN/USA Today coaches poll that season. Before he returned to Oklahoma State in 2004, Williams spent one season as an assistant coach at LouisianaLafayette. The 2003-04 Ragin’ Cajuns swept the Sun Belt Conference regularseason and tournament titles and earned the league’s automatic NCAA Tournament bid. In between his collegiate coaching days at Oklahoma State in 1999-2000 and Louisiana-Lafayette, Williams jumped to the NBA and took an assistant position on Flip Saunders’ staff in Minnesota. He was with the Timberwolves from June of 2000 until September of 2002 and helped the organization to back-to-back NBA Playoff appearances (2001, 2002). During his time with the Timberwolves, Williams worked with Garnett, a 14-time NBA All-Star. In the fall of 2002, Williams moved to the Golden State Warriors as an advance scout for the 2002-03 season. Prior to his first stint at Oklahoma State, Williams served on Danny Nee’s staff at Nebraska from 1993-99, including the last three seasons as associate head coach. The Huskers earned sixconsecutive postseason tournament

berths during Williams’ time in Lincoln. Nebraska won the 1994 Big Eight Conference Tournament and claimed the 1996 NIT crown. After a two-year coaching hiatus in the mid-1980s, Williams returned to the collegiate ranks as an assistant for J.D. Barnett at Tulsa in 1988. He spent two seasons with the Golden Hurricane program, before moving on to San Diego State where he was an assistant for three seasons with the Aztecs (199093).

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Birthdate.......................................March 28 Hometown...............................Havana, Fla. High School................... Havana Northside College.................................Ashland, 1970 (Bachelor’s) Family............... Daughter, Christina Marie

Coaching History

2011-present................................. Memphis Assistant Coach 2004-07............................. Oklahoma State Assistant Coach 2003-04.......................Louisiana-Lafayette Assistant Coach 2002-03...................... Golden State (NBA) Advance Scout 2000-02.......................... Minnesota (NBA) Assistant Coach 1999-2000......................... Oklahoma State Assistant Coach 1993-99........................................ Nebraska Assistant Coach/ Associate Head Coach 1990-93............................. San Diego State Assistant Coach 1988-90.............................................. Tulsa Assistant Coach 1986........................................... Minnesota Head Coach (interim) 1971-86...................................... Minnesota Assistant Coach

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ric Sebastian is in his fourth season as Memphis basketball’s director of operations in 2012-13. He came to the Bluff City in the summer of 2009 from his media relations director post with the NBA’s Denver Nuggets. In his role with the Tigers, Sebastian deals with all of the program’s external and internal operations. In addition, Sebastian taught a class, Chronology of Sport, in the University’s Sport and Leisure Department in the fall of 2011. Sebastian continues his work on staff during exciting times for the Tigers program. Memphis is coming off back-to-back 25-win campaigns (25-10 in 2010-

Before his leave of absence from college coaching, Williams served on the Minnesota Golden Gophers staff under both Bill Musselman and Jim Dutcher for 15 seasons from 1971-86. While in the Twin Cities, Williams helped lead the Golden Gophers to Big Ten Conference championships in 1972 and 1982. Minnesota advanced to the postseason six of the 15 seasons and finished in the Big Ten’s upper division nine times during his tenure with the Gophers.

Postseason History

2011-12........................................ Memphis NCAA Second Round 2006-07............................. Oklahoma State NIT First Round 2005-06............................. Oklahoma State NIT First Round 2004-05............................. Oklahoma State NCAA Sweet Sixteen 2003-04.......................Louisiana-Lafayette NCAA First Round 2001-02.......................... Minnesota (NBA) Western Conference First Round 2000-01.......................... Minnesota (NBA) Western Conference First Round 1999-2000......................... Oklahoma State NCAA Elite Eight 1998-99........................................ Nebraska NIT First Round 1997-98........................................ Nebraska NCAA First Round 1996-97........................................ Nebraska NIT Third Round 1995-96........................................ Nebraska NIT Champion 1994-95........................................ Nebraska NIT First Round 1993-94........................................ Nebraska NCAA First Round 1989-90.............................................. Tulsa NIT First Round 1982-83...................................... Minnesota NIT First Round

11; 26-9 in 2011-12) and consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances (2011, 2012). In addition, Memphis announced in February of 2012 that it is moving to the BIG EAST Conference for the 2013-14 season. In his first three years, Sebastian was part of Pastner’s staff that guided the Tigers to three-consecutive 20-win campaigns, three-straight postseason berths (2010 NIT, 2011, 2012 NCAA), two Conference USA Tournament titles (2011, 2012) and a C-USA regularseason crown (2012). Memphis posted 75 total wins (75-29 record) from 2010-12, making Sebastian a member of the winningest staff under a head coach (Josh Pastner) in his first three seasons in school history. Last year, Memphis, with Sebastian on board, recorded a Tigers’ trifecta, winning both the Conference USA regular season (13-3 league mark) and tournament championships and earning an NCAA Tournament berth. In fact, the Tigers made a strong surge in the final stretch to claim the league’s regular-season crown, overcoming a one-game deficit to win the title by two games in the last two weeks of the season. The C-USA title sweep was the program’s fifth in the last seven years.

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Williams began his coaching career at his alma mater, Ashland University, as the junior varsity head coach. He accumulated a 12-3 record during the 1969-70 season. A native of Havana, Fla., Williams graduated from Ashland University in 1970, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a minor in Education. He was a college division All-American for the Eagles and helped the school to the college division national championship in 1969. 1981-82...................................... Minnesota NCAA Second Round 1980-81...................................... Minnesota NIT Quarterfinal 1979-80...................................... Minnesota NIT Runner-up 1972-73...................................... Minnesota NIT Quarterfinal 1971-72...................................... Minnesota NCAA First Round

Conference Titles

2011-12........................................ Memphis Conference USA (regular season/tournament) 2004-05............................. Oklahoma State Big 12 Conference (tournament) 2003-04.......................Louisiana-Lafayette Sun Belt Conference (regular season/tournament) 1993-94........................................ Nebraska Big 8 Conference (tournament) 1981-82...................................... Minnesota Big Ten Conference (regular season) 1971-72...................................... Minnesota Big Ten Conference (regular season)

In 2010-11, Memphis recorded a 25-10 record and won the C-USA Tournament held in El Paso, the program’s first league tournament crown outside the Bluff City since 1987. The Tigers put together a magical ride in the conference tournament, winning the title with a thrilling 67-66 victory over UTEP on the Miners’ homecourt. In Sebastian’s first season in 2009-10, the Tigers posted a 24-10 overall record and received a National Invitation Tournament (NIT) berth. Sebastian came to Memphis after working in the Denver Nuggets media relations department from 1994-2009, including a six-year stint (2003-09) as the department’s director. In his tenure as Denver’s media relations director, he worked with Nuggets head coach George Karl and NBA All-Stars Chauncey Billups, Carmelo Anthony and Allen Iverson. A Columbus, Ohio, native, Sebastian directed several successful campaigns for players receiving NBA All-Star and All-NBA honors, including Marcus Camby who earned the 2006-07 NBA Defensive Player of the Year award. He also worked on statistical projects for the Nuggets coaches and management and assisted in the process of free agent recruiting. Sebastian was a part of the Nuggets’ resurgence from 2003-04 through 2008-09. Denver won 40 or

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more games each of those six seasons, and over that span of time, averaged nearly 48 wins per years. The Nuggets also made NBA playoff appearances all six seasons. His final campaign in Denver (2008-09) was an historic one for the organization. The Nuggets won a franchise-record 54 games (54-28 record), claimed a share of the NBA Northwest Division title and earned the Western Conference No. 2 seed in the playoffs. Denver advanced to the Western Conference finals for the first time since 1985. Billups and Anthony were named to the All-NBA third team, and Billups also played in the NBA All-Star Game. Prior to joining the NBA, Sebastian served as an intern in the Dallas Cowboys media relations office and men’s World Cup organization in 1994. Sebastian, a 1994 SMU graduate, and his wife, Natalie, have two sons: Kade and Braxton.

ATHLETIC TRAINER • FOURTH SEASON SOUTHERN MISS, 1997 Brad Anderson is in his fourth season as the Tigers basketball athletic trainer in 2012-13. He joined the Memphis athletics department in June of 2009 after spending the previous eight years at the University of North Texas. In his role with the Tigers, Anderson’s primary duties are overseeing prevention treatment and rehabilitation, serving as the liaison between physicians and student-athletes and managing the Memphis sports medicine department’s prescription medication program. Anderson continues his work on staff during exciting times for the Tigers program. Memphis is coming off back-to-back 25-win campaigns (25-10 in 2010-11; 26-9 in 2011-12) and consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances (2011, 2012). In addition, Memphis announced in February of 2012 that it is moving to the BIG EAST Conference for the 2013-14 season. In his first three years, Anderson was part of Pastner’s staff that guided the Tigers to three-consecutive 20-win campaigns, three-straight postseason berths (2010 NIT, 2011, 2012 NCAA), two Conference USA Tournament titles (2011, 2012) and a C-USA regular-season crown (2012). Memphis posted 75 total wins (75-29 record) from 2010-12, making Anderson a member of the winningest staff under a head coach (Josh Pastner) in his first three seasons in school history. Last year, Memphis, with Anderson on board, recorded a Tigers’ trifecta, winning both the Conference USA regular season (13-3 league mark) and tournament championships and earning an NCAA Tournament berth. In fact, the Tigers made a strong surge in the final stretch to claim the league’s regular-season crown, overcoming a one-game deficit to win the title by two games in the last two weeks of the season. The C-USA title sweep was the program’s fifth in the last seven years. In 2010-11, Memphis recorded a 25-10 record and won the C-USA Tournament held in El Paso, the program’s first league tournament crown outside the Bluff City since 1987. The Tigers put together a magical ride in the conference tournament, winning the title with a thrilling 67-66 victory over UTEP on the Miners’ home-

JULIAN SWARTZ ASST. DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS FIRST SEASON • CARROLL COLLEGE, 2005 Julian Swartz is in his first season with the Tigers as the program’s assistant director of operations in 201213. Swartz, who previously worked at the NCAA Division I collegiate hoops level in 2008, comes to Memphis after working the past three years in the West Allis/West Milwaukee school district in Wisconsin. In his role with the Tigers, Swartz oversees the Tigers’ basketball web site, www.insidememphisbasketball. com. The site gives inside glimpses into the Memphis hoops program, along with behind-the-scenes footage and messages from Pastner. Swartz also is involved with other areas of the program’s operations side. Swartz arrives in the Bluff City in the midst of exciting times for the Tigers program. Memphis is coming off back-to-back, 25-win campaigns (25-10 in 201011; 26-9 in 2011-12) and consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances (2011, 2012). The Tigers also won two-straight Conference USA Tournament titles (2011, 2012) and the 2011-12 C-USA regular-season crown. And, on top of all that, Memphis announced in February of 2012 that it is moving to the BIG EAST Conference for the 2013-14 season.

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In his previous NCAA Division I stint from 200508, Swartz was a graduate assistant on head coach Tom Crean’s staff at Marquette. In those three seasons, the Golden Eagles posted a 69-31 overall record and a 31-19 BIG EAST Conference mark and earned three NCAA Tournament berths. Marquette won 20 or more games and recorded double-digit BIG EAST victories in each of his three seasons in Milwaukee. The 2007-08 campaign was the most-successful one in Swartz’s tenure with the Golden Eagles. Marquette went 25-10 overall, including 11-7 in league play, and finished fifth in the BIG EAST Conference regular season. The Golden Eagles advanced to the BIG EAST Conference Tournament semifinal round, before dropping a narrow overtime decision to Stanford in the NCAA Tournament round of 32. The 2005-06 Golden Eagles squad finished fourth in the BIG EAST regular season (10-6 record), the program’s best league showing until the 2011-12 season when Marquette placed second. Among Swartz’s duties at Marquette were: assisting with scouting reports, overseeing student-athletes’ academic progress, setting up on-campus recruiting visits and coordinating summer camps. Additionally, Swartz assisted in player development, working with All-BIG EAST honorees Lazar Hayward, Dominic James, Wesley Matthews, Jerel McNeal and Steve Novak. Hayward, Matthews and Novak all were either NBA Draft selections or free agents. Swartz also earned his master’s degree in School Counseling from Marquette in 2008. Following his three-year stint at Marquette, Swartz served an internship with the Indiana University hoops program in the fall of 2008. From 2009-12, Swartz was a counselor in the West Allis/West Milwaukee school district, while also serving as an assistant coach for the Waukesha South High School varsity hoops squad (2009-11). A 2005 graduate of Carroll College in Waukesha, Wis., Swartz began his collegiate playing career at the University of Wisconsin in 1999-2000. He played in 17 games that season and helped the Badgers to a 22-14 record and an improbable NCAA Final Four run. Wisconsin entered the 2000 NCAA Tournament with an 1813 mark and was awarded the West Region’s No. 8 seed. The Badgers’ path to the Final Four included a secondround 66-59 win over West Region No. 1 seed Arizona, which had a senior reserve on its bench by the name of Josh Pastner. Swartz, who earned his bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Carroll College, was named the 1999 Associated Press Wisconsin High School Player of the Year and academic all-state. In his final prep season at Waukesha South High School, Swartz averaged 23.2 points per game.

JORDAN VERHULST VIDEO COORDINATOR • FOURTH SEASON GRAND VALLEY STATE, 2008 Jordan VerHulst is in his fourth season with the Memphis program, moving to the position of video coordinator in 2012-13. In his new role, VerHulst’s primary responsibilities are to oversee the basketball video department and break down tape that assists the coach-

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court. In Anderson’s first season in 2009-10, the Tigers posted a 24-10 overall record and received a National Invitation Tournament (NIT) berth. Prior to Memphis, Anderson was the athletic trainer for the Mean Green basketball program and also assisted with the school’s football squad. From 2007-09, Anderson was a part of North Texas’ three-straight, 20-win campaigns (23-11 in 2006-07, 20-11 in 2007-08; 20-12 in 2008-09). The 2006-07 Mean Green squad won the Sun Belt Conference Tournament crown and received the league’s NCAA Tournament automatic bid. That North Texas squad played Memphis in the 2007 NCAA Tournament first round in New Orleans, La. In the fall of 2000, Anderson was the seasonal assistant athletic trainer for the NFL’s New York Giants. The Giants posted a 12-4 regular season record, won the NFC East title and earned a playoff first-round bye. New York defeated Philadelphia and Minnesota en route to a Super Bowl XXXV appearance in Tampa, Fla. Before his stint with the New York Giants, Anderson spent two seasons from 1997-99 as the seasonal assistant athletic trainer with the NBA’s Portland Trail Blazers, and in 2000, he served as athletic trainer and strength and conditioning coach for a minor league affiliate of the MLB’s Texas Rangers. In the summer of 1998, Anderson was a training camp assistant with the strength and conditioning coaches for the NFL’s Oakland Raiders. In his career, Anderson has worked for three members of the National Athletic Trainers Association’s (NATA) Hall of Fame in E.L. “Doc” Harrington and Jim Gallaspy at the Southern Miss and Ronnie P. Barnes of the New York Giants. Anderson is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association. A Knoxville, Tenn., native, he earned his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Athletic Training from the Southern Miss in 1997.

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Coaches/Staff ing staff in its scouting. The previous three years, VerHulst served as the Tigers video manager. VerHulst is a member of the Tigers staff during exciting times surrounding the program. Memphis is coming off back-to-back 25-win campaigns and consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances. In addition, Memphis announced in February of 2012 that it is moving to the BIG EAST Conference for the 2013-14 season. In his first three years, VerHulst was part of Pastner’s staff that guided the Tigers to three-consecutive 20-win campaigns, three-straight postseason berths (2010 NIT, 2011, 2012 NCAA), two Conference USA Tournament titles (2011, 2012) and a C-USA regular-season crown (2012). Memphis posted 75 total wins (75-29 record) from 2010-12, making VerHulst a member of the winningest staff under a head coach (Josh Pastner) in his first three seasons in school history. Last year, the Tigers posted a 26-9 overall record and earned an NCAA Tournament berth. En route to the “Big Dance,” Memphis swept the Conference USA regular season (13-3 mark) and tournament championships. In fact, the Tigers made a strong surge in the final stretch to claim the league’s regular-season crown, overcoming a one-game deficit to win the title by two games in the last two weeks of the season. The C-USA title sweep was the program’s fifth in the last seven years. In 2010-11, Memphis recorded a 25-10 record and won the C-USA Tournament held in El Paso, the program’s first league tournament crown outside the Bluff City since 1987. The Tigers put together a magical ride in the conference tournament, winning the title with a thrilling 67-66 victory over UTEP on the Miners’ homecourt. In VerHulst’s first season in 2009-10, the Tigers posted a 24-10 overall record and received a National Invitation Tournament (NIT) berth. VerHulst came to the Bluff City from Grand Rapids, Mich., where he served as an assistant varsity basketball and assistant junior varsity baseball coach at Godwin Heights High School. He also was the head coach for the Godwin Heights Middle School basketball squads (eighth grade boys/seventh grade girls). VerHulst, a Grandville, Mich., native, earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Grand Valley State University in December of 2008. Prior to Grand Valley State, VerHulst attended Hope College. VerHulst is married to the former Julie Durr of Memphis, Tenn., and the couple has a daughter, Kynlee Grace (born Oct. 4, 2012).

JAMES ALFORD

nounced in February of 2012 that it is moving to the BIG EAST Conference for the 2013-14 season. In his first year, Alford was a part of the Memphis staff that led the squad to a 2011-12 Tigers’ trifecta. Memphis, which posted a 26-9 overall record, won both the Conference USA regular season (13-3 league mark) and tournament championships and also earned an NCAA Tournament berth. In fact, the Tigers made a strong surge in the final stretch to claim the league’s regular-season crown, overcoming a one-game deficit to win the title by two games in the last two weeks of the season. The C-USA title sweep was the program’s fifth in the last seven years. The former Arizona Wildcats football performer joined the Memphis basketball program prior to the 2011-12 campaign after a solid two-year run. Those two seasons (2009-10, 2010-11), Memphis posted a combined 49-20 record, won the 2011 Conference USA Tournament title and earned consecutive postseason berths (2010 NIT, 2011 NCAA). Alford came to the Tigers hoops program after a two-year stint on Les Miles’ football staff at LSU from 2009-11. During his time in Baton Rouge, Alford served as a graduate assistant coach for special teams (2009-10) and defense (2010-11). LSU posted a combined 20-6 record and made consecutive postseason trips, playing in the 2010 Capital One Bowl (19-17 loss to Penn State) and 2011 Cotton Bowl (41-24 win over Texas A&M). Alford earned his master’s degree in Kinesiology in August of 2011. Prior to LSU, Alford was a three-year letterwinner (2005-08) and student assistant coach (2009) at the University of Arizona. In his one year as a student assistant coach, the Louisiana native worked with the linebackers and special teams and helped guide the Wildcats to an 8-5 record and a spot in the Las Vegas Bowl. Arizona won the Las Vegas Bowl with a 31-21 win over BYU. Alford earned his bachelor’s degree in Sociology in 2008.

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OPERATIONS ASSISTANT SECOND SEASON • ARIZONA, 2008 James Alford is in his second season as an operations assistant on Josh Pastner’s staff in 2012-13. When he joined the Tigers program in the summer of 2011, Alford made not only a geographical move from Baton Rouge, La., to the Bluff City, but also a career change from working with college football to college hoops. Alford has moved to Memphis in the midst of exciting times surrounding the program. The Tigers are coming off back-to-back 25-win campaigns (25-10 in 2010-11; 26-9 in 2011-12) and consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances (2011, 2012). In addition, Memphis an-

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Career

Transferred to Memphis from Seton Hall University following the 2010 fall semester ... Sat out the 2011 spring and fall semesters from game action, but was eligible to practice with the team ... Became eligible for game action at the end of the 2011 fall semester, which was Dec. 15 ... Has played in 67 games, making 26 starts … Averaging 3.7 points and 2.6 rebounds … Has 23 assists, 23 blocked shots and 19 steals … Shooting 51.6 percent from the field and 49.6 percent from the free throw line.

Honors

Member of the Tiger 3.0 Club for the 2011 fall and 2012 spring semesters.

2011-12 Season (Junior)

Played in 27 contests and made 23 starts … Missed the first eight games as a result of NCAA transfer rules (transferred to Memphis in December of 2010 and had was unable to compete the 2011 spring and fall semesters) … Practiced with the squad up to the time he became eligible … Averaged 3.7 points and 2.9 rebounds … Had 13 assists, 13 blocked shots and seven steals … Shot 49.4 percent from the field and 51.5 percent from the free throw line … Postseason (NCAA/C-USA Tournaments): Started all four postseason games … Averaged 6.0 points and 3.0 boards … Had two assists and two steals … Shot 50 percent from the floor and 66.7 percent from the charity stripe … In the NCAA Tournament second-round setback to Saint Louis, had seven points and a teamhigh six boards … Converted a key threepoint play with 4:26 left in the first half to give Memphis the lead … In the C-USA Tournament (three games), averaged 5.7

2010-11 Season (Sophomore)

game at UMass ... Netted a career-high 15 points and also recorded career bests for FG made (5), FT made (5) and FT attempts (7) ... Had a season-high two blocks ... Played a season-high 26 minutes vs. Arkansas ... Had five points and seven rebounds vs. the Razorbacks ... The seven boards were a season best ... Scored seven points vs. Clemson ... Had three points and four boards vs. Alabama ... Recorded three points and three rebounds at Temple.

2009-10 Season (Freshman)

Saw action in 30 games and made one start ... Averaged 2.4 points and 1.7 rebounds ... Had seven assists, seven blocked shots and 10 steals ... Shot 58.8 percent from the field and 50 percent from the free throw line ... Postseason (NIT/Big East Tournament): Played in three postseason contests ... Averaged 0.7 points and 2.0 boards ... Shot 25 percent from the floor ... In the NIT opening-round game vs. Texas Tech, played 19 minutes and had two points and four boards ... Did not score in his Big East Tournament appearances vs. Providence and Notre Dame ... Grabbed one rebound in each game vs. the Friars and Fighting Irish ... Big East Conference play: Saw game action in 16 league contests ... Played 110 minutes (6.9 mpg) ... Averaged 1.8 points and 1.1 rebounds ... Had two blocked shots and five steals ... Shot 76.5 percent from the floor and 40 percent from the free throw line ... Scored three points and grabbed three rebounds vs. DePaul ... Had three points and four boards at Pittsburgh ... Played best game of conference season at Georgetown ... Received his only start of the season vs.

Before transferring midseason, played in 10 games for the Pirates ... Averaged 5.1 points and 3.4 rebounds ... Shot 46.7 percent from the field and 47.4 percent from the free throw line ... Had three assists, three blocked shots and two steals … Non-conference play (regular season games only): Played in 10 games ... Made two starts vs. NJIT and Arkansas ... Averaged 5.1 points and 3.4 rebounds ... Shot Hall Career Highs 46.7 percent from the field and 47.4 percent from the free throw Points.....................................15 vs. UMass (12/11/10) line ... Had three as- Rebounds.................................12 vs. Charlotte (12/31/11) sists, three blocked FG Made.................... 5, 2x, last vs. Marshall (3/10/12) shots and two steals FG Attempted.............7, 2x, last vs. Arkansas (12/8/10) ... Started his final 3P FG Made............................... 1 vs. Navy (12/22/09) game in a Seton Hall 3P FG Attempted...... 2, 2x, last vs. Clemson (11/22/10) uniform vs. NJIT ... FT Made...................................5 vs. UMass (12/11/10) Scored eight points FT Attempted...........................7 vs. UMass (12/11/10) and pulled down Assists........................ 2, 6x, last vs. Marshall (2/25/12) four boards in that Blocks...................................3 vs. Charlotte (12/31/11) contest ... Posted a Steals...............................................2 vs. DePaul (2/14/10) career game in a road Minutes Played....................31 vs. Charlotte (12/31/11)

HALL CAREER STATISTICS

— Total — — 3-Point — — Rebounds — Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-A Pct FG-A Pct FT-A Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO A TO B ST Pts-Avg 2009-10* 30-1 305/10.2 30-51 .588 1-5 .200 11-22 .500 16-36 52 1.7 45-1 7 8 7 10 72-2.4 2010-11*# 10-2 184/18.4 21-45 .467 0-4 .000 9-19 .474 11-23 34 3.4 26-0 3 10 3 2 51-5.1 2011-12^ 27-23 451/16.7 42-85 .494 0-1 .000 17-33 .515 26-53 79 2.9 65-1 13 25 13 7 101-3.7 Total 67-26 940/14.2 93-181 .514 1-10 .100 37-74 .500 53-112 165 2.5 136-2 23 43 23 19 224-3.3 *stats are from his time at Seton Hall; #transferred to Memphis mid-year; ^became eligible after fall semester of 2011-12 season

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points and 2.0 boards … Shot 63.6 percent from the field and 75 percent from the foul line … Netted a season-high 10 points on 5-of-5 FG in the C-USA Tournament championship game win over Marshall … The five FG tied a career best … Helped hold the Thundering Herd frontcourt tandem of Dennis Tinnon and Robert Goff to a combined six points and two boards in the first half as Memphis built a 45-27 halftime advantage … Had four points, two rebounds and one assist in the C-USA Tournament semifinal victory over UCF … Grabbed four rebounds and added three points (3-of-4 FT), one assist and one steal in the C-USA Tournament quarterfinal win over UTEP … The three FT made were a season best … Conference USA play: Played in all 16 league contests … Made 15 starts, with the lone missed start coming on “Senior Day” when senior Wesley Witherspoon started in his place … Averaged 2.7 points and 2.3 boards … Had eight assists, four blocked shots and three steals … Shot 41.9 percent from the floor and 46.7 percent from the free throw line … Had one board in seven minutes of play in the regular-season finale win at Tulsa … Scored four points and two rebounds in the regular-season home finale victory over UCF … Attempted his lone three-pointer of the season vs. the Knights … Dished out a career-high tying two assists and added two points and three rebounds in a road win at Marshall … Had four points, two boards and one assist in a home loss to UTEP … Grabbed four rebounds and had two points and two assists (tied career high) in a home win over UAB … Netted six points in a road victory at East Carolina … Had six points (2-of-3 FG, 2-of-2 FT) and three rebounds in a home win over Marshall … Scored five points and added four rebounds and one assist in a home victory over Rice … Scored six points and pulled down four rebounds in a road win at Houston … Pulled down four boards and added two points and two as-

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sists (tied career high) in a home win over Southern Miss … Blocked two shots and scored four points in his C-USA debut at UAB (win) … Non-conference play (regular season games only): Played in only seven of the Tigers’ 15 non-league contests … Made four starts … Missed the first eight games as a result of NCAA transfer rules … Despite not playing in the first eight non-conference games, did practice with the team the entire 2011 fall semester … Had four points, two rebounds and one blocked shot in a home win over Xavier … Scored two points and grabbed two rebounds in a home win over Tennessee … Pulled down a career-best 12 rebounds and blocked a career-high three shots in a home victory over Charlotte … Also scored six points and dished out two assists (tied career high) in the win over the 49ers … Had seven points, eight boards and two blocked shots in a home win over Robert Morris … Scored six points and blocked two shots in a road loss at Georgetown … Had seven points, three rebounds, one assist and one blocked shot in a home win over Lipscomb … Scored two points and grabbed two boards in his Tigers debut at Louisville (loss).

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Players the Hoyas ... Scored eight points on 4-of-5 FG ... Also had four boards and one block vs. Georgetown ... Played 18 minutes vs. the Hoyas ... Grabbed four rebounds vs. West Virginia ... Non-conference play (regular season games only): Played in 11 non-conference games ... Totaled 164 minutes of action (14.9 mpg) ... Averaged 3.8 points and 2.5 rebounds ... Had seven assists, five blocked shots and four steals ... Shot 53.3 percent from the field and 52.9 percent from the charity stripe ... Netted a seasonhigh nine points (4-of-5 FG) and grabbed

two boards vs. Navy ... Hit his first career trey vs. Navy ... Had five points and five rebounds vs. VMI ... Grabbed five rebounds and blocked two shots vs. UMass ... Pulled down a season-high six boards vs. Hartford... Also had seven points and two blocks vs. Hartford ... Played a season-high 28 minutes vs. NJIT ... Had five points and three boards vs. NJIT ... Scored six points vs. Monmouth.

High School

A 2009 Tennessee All-State first team pick for White Station High School... As a

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0.9 points and 0.5 boards … Shot 33.3 percent from the floor, 28.6 percent from the three-point arc and 75 percent from the charity stripe … Postseason (NCAA/C-USA Tournaments): Played in two postseason games, with both coming in the Conference USA Tournament … Averaged 3.0 points and 1.5 rebounds in the two games … Saw one minute of action in the C-USA Tournament championship game win over Marshall … Played a career-high six minutes in the C-USA Tournament quarterfinal victory over UCF … Posted career bests vs. UCF for points (6), rebounds (3), FT made (3) and FT attempts (4) … Tied career highs vs. the Knights for FG made (1), FG attempts (2), treys made (1) and trey attempts (2) … Conference USA play: Saw action in seven league contests … Averaged 0.3 points and 0.4 boards … Played three minutes in the final regular-season game at Tulsa … Missed his only shot attempt in the road win over the Golden Hurricane … In regular-season home finale vs. UCF, saw three minutes of action … Played one minute in a road win at Marshall … Grabbed one rebound in a home win over East Carolina … Pulled down one board in a home victory over UAB … Scored two points (1-of-1 FG) in two minutes

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Career

Has played in 23 games … Averaging 0.7 points and 0.3 rebounds … Shooting 30.8 percent from the field, 37.5 percent from the three-point arc and 62.5 percent from the free throw line … Has one assist.

Honors

Member of the Tiger 3.0 Club for the 2011 fall semester.

Team Achievements

Helped Memphis compile a 75-29 overall record (.721 winning percentage) in his three seasons … The Tigers won 25 or more games two of his three seasons … Helped lead Memphis to one Conference USA regular season championships in 2011-12 … The Tigers won two Conference USA Tournament crowns in 2011 and 2012 … Memphis played in three-consecutive postseasons (2011, 2012 NCAA; 2010 NIT) … The Tigers advanced to the 2012 and 2011 NCAA Tournament second round and 2010 NIT second round.

2011-12 Season (Junior)

Played in 12 games … Averaged

senior in 2008-09, averaged 15.4 points and 9.7 rebounds ... Helped lead the Spartans to the 2009 TSSAA Class AAA state crown, the school’s first championship since 2004 ... In the 2009 title game, grabbed nine rebounds and blocked three shots ... Named an All-District 15 pick and a Commercial Appeal “Best of the Preps” first team selection ... In his two seasons at White Station, helped lead the Spartans to a 58-20 overall record and back-to-back appearances in the TSSAA Class AAA championship game (2009 champion; 2008 runner-up) ... Entering

his senior season, rated the No. 38 small forward in the nation by ESPNU.com and the No. 46 power forward by Rivals.com.

of action in a home win over Rice … The one FG made tied a career high … Played four minutes in a road win at Houston … Non-conference play (regular season games only): Played in three nonleague games … Averaged 1.0 points … Played one minute in a home win over Robert Morris … Scored three points (1-of-2 FG, 1-of-2 FT) in a home win over Austin Peay … The one FG made tied a career high and the two FG attempts were a career best … Saw first game action of season in a home victory over Jackson State.

victory over Lipscomb … Played one minute in a home win over Tennessee Martin … Pulled down first rebound of the season vs. the Skyhawks … Saw a season-best two minutes of action in the season-opening victory over Centenary.

2010-11 Season (Sophomore)

Personal

Birthday is June 26 ... Son of Stephani Scruggs ... An Interdisciplinary Studies major.

2009-10 Season (Freshman)

Saw action in seven games ... Averaged 0.3 points and 0.1 boards per contest ... Had one assist ... Shot 50 percent from the charity stripe ... Postseason (NIT/C-USA Tournament): Did not see any game action in

the Tigers’ postseason (three games) ...

Saw action in four games … Av Conference USA play: Played in eraged 0.8 points and 0.3 rebounds … one Conference USA game ... Saw one Shot 100 percent from the field and 100 minute of action in the Tigers’ regular percent from the three-point arc … season finale win over Tulsa ... Postseason (NCAA/C-USA Tour Non-conference play (regular naments): Played in one Conference season games only): Saw action in six USA Tournament game … Saw one non-Conference USA games ... Averminute of action vs. East Carolina in aged 0.3 points and 0.2 rebounds ... the C-USA Tournament semifinal conHad one assist ... Shot 50 percent from test … Hit his first career three-pointer the foul line ... Played a season-best vs. the Pirates … Scored a season-high four minutes in a home win over Housthree points vs. East Carolina … Was Holt Career Highs 1-of-1 from the three-point line vs. Points....................................................6 vs. UCF (3/9/12) the Pirates … Rebounds..............................................3 vs. UCF (3/9/12) Conference FG Made................................1, 4x, last vs. UCF (3/9/12) USA play: Did not FG Attempted.............................2, 3x, last vs. UCF (3/9/12) see action in Confer3P FG Made...........................1, 2x, last vs. UCF (3/9/12) ence USA games … 3P FG Attempted...................2, 3x, last vs. UCF (3/9/12) Non-conference FT Made...............................................3 vs. UCF (3/9/12) play (regular season FT Attempted.......................................4 vs. UCF (3/9/12) games only): Played in three non-confer- Assists................................ 1 vs. Houston Baptist (1/3/10) ence games … Saw Blocks......................................................................... None one minute of action Steals........................................................................... None in the Tigers’ home Minutes Played....................................6 vs. UCF (3/9/12)

HOLT CAREER STATISTICS

— Total — — 3-Point — — Rebounds — Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-A Pct FG-A Pct FT-A Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO A TO B ST Pts-Avg 2009-10 7-0 14/2.0 0-3 .000 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 1-0 1 0.1 1-0 1 2 0 0 2-0.3 2010-11 4-0 5/1.3 1-1 1.000 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-1 1 0.3 0-0 0 0 0 0 3-0.8 2011-12 12-0 30/2.5 3-9 .333 2-7 .286 3-4 .750 1-5 6 0.5 3-0 0 3 0 0 11-0.9 Total 23-0 49/2.1 4-13 .308 3-8 .375 5-8 .625 2-6 8 0.3 4-0 1 5 0 0 16-0.7

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ton Baptist ... Dished out one assist vs. Houston Baptist ... Scored one point (1-of-2 FT) and pulled down one rebound in a home victory over Montana State ... Saw two minutes of action vs. the Bobcats ... Played two minutes in a home win over Oakland ... Netted first collegiate points in a home victory over Central Arkansas ... Hit 1-of-2 FT vs.

Central Arkansas ... Saw two minutes of game action in a home win over Tennessee Tech ... Played one minute in the season-opening win over Jackson State.

High School

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Transferred to Memphis from John A. Logan College... Prior to his time at Logan College, played one season of NCAA Division I basketball at the University of Illinois in 2009-10 … Redshirted at Illinois in 2008-09 … Following redshirt freshman year at Illinois, transferred to John A. Logan College in Carterville, Ill., for the 2010-11 season ... Has played in 38 games, making four starts … Averaging 1.4 points and 1.1 rebounds … Has 18 blocked shots, six assists and two steals … Shooting 35.7 percent from the field and 75 percent from the free throw line.

2011-12 Season (Junior)

Played in 30 of the Tigers’ 35 games … Made four starts … Averaged 1.6 points and 1.3 boards … Shot 38.3 percent from the floor and 75 percent from the charity stripe … Had four assists, 17 blocked shots and two steals … Postseason (NCAA/C-USA Tournaments): Played in two postseason games, with both coming in the Conference USA Tournament … Saw one minute of action in the C-USA Tournament championship game win over Marshall … Grabbed one rebound in five minutes of action in the C-USA Tournament semifinal win over UCF … Conference USA play: Played in 14

... Scored over 1,000 points in his career at Liberty Tech.

and had two rebounds and one blocked shot vs. the 49ers … Pulled down four rebounds and added a blocked shot in a home victory over Robert Morris … Had a blocked shot in five minutes of action in a road setback at Louisville … Scored six points and added one rebound and one blocked shot in a road win at Miami (Fla.) … Netted his six points on 3-of-3 FG vs. the Hurricanes … Tied a career high with three FG made vs. Miami (Fla.) … Had two points, three boards and one blocked shot in a home victory over Austin Peay … Had a career game in the home win over Jackson State … Recorded career bests for points (7), rebounds (10) and blocked shots (5) and tied a career high with three FG made … Scored six points and added two boards and one steal in a loss to Georgetown in the Maui Invitational … Netted his six points on a perfect shooting game (1-of-1 FG, 4-of-4 FT) … The four FT made and four FT attempts were career bests … Had six points (3of-7 FG), two assists and two blocked shot in a win over Tennessee in the Maui Invitational … The three FG made and two assists were career highs … Saw his first game action in a Memphis uniform in the season-opening win over Belmont … Scored four points, pulled down two boards and blocked one shot vs. the Bruins.

gion 24 semifinals … Netted a team-high 15 points in the Region 24 semifinal setback to Lake Land College (69-64 loss) … Averaged 12.6 points, 8.3 boards and 1.9 blocked shots for Logan College in 2010-11 … Shot 53 percent from the field and 72 percent from the free throw line … The Volunteers’ third-leading scorer (12.6 ppg) and second-leading rebounder (8.3 rpg) … Ranked second on the team in blocked shots, field goal percentage and free throw percentage … Had five double-doubles ... Recorded four 20-point performances and had 20 double-figure scoring games ... Netted a season-high 27 points vs. Brehm Prep and grabbed a season-best 15 boards vs. Penn Valley.

2010-11 Season (Sophomore; John A. Logan College)

Rated the No. 7 junior college prospect by JucoJunction.com … Helped lead the Volunteers to an 18-10 overall record and an 11-5 Great Rivers Athletic Conference (GRAC) mark … Logan finished in second place in the GRAC regular season … Named to the All-GRAC second team … Also earned National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-Region 24 first team recognition … Helped lead Logan to an appearance in the Re-

Personal

Full name is Charles Lewis Holt … Son of Charlise Anderson and Calvin Holt … Birthday is December 8 … An Engineering Technology major.

2009-10 Season (Redshirt Freshman)

Saw action in eight games … Averaged 0.5 points and 0.4 rebounds … Shot 22.2 percent from the field … Had two assists and one blocked shot … Postseason (Big 10 Tournament/ NIT): Played one minute in an NIT second-round win over Kent State … Big 10 Conference play: Played in three league games vs. Ohio State (home and road) and Iowa (home) … Saw a total of four minutes of action … Grabbed one rebound and attempted one field goal vs. the Buckeyes at home … Non-conference play (regular season games only): Saw action in four nonleague contests … Averaged 1.0 points and 0.5 rebounds … Shot 25 percent from the field … Scored two points and grabbed one board in four minutes vs. Western Michigan … Had two points and one assist vs. Presbyterian … Played a season-high five minutes vs. Presbyterian … Recorded first collegiate rebound, assist and blocked shot in the season opener vs. SIU Edwardsville.

SIMPSON CAREER STATISTICS

— Total — — 3-Point — — Rebounds — Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-A Pct FG-A Pct FT-A Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO A TO B ST Pts-Avg 2008-09 — Redshirt — 2009-10* 8-0 17/2.1 2-9 .222 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 3-0 3 0.4 3-0 2 0 1 0 4-0.5 2010-11 — Junior College — 2011-12 30-4 206/6.9 18-47 .383 0-2 .000 12-16 .750 17-21 38 1.3 48-2 4 16 17 2 48-1.6 Total 38-4 223/5.9 20-56 .357 0-2 .000 12-16 .750 20-21 41 1.1 51-2 6 16 18 2 52-1.4 *stats from from his redshirt freshman year at Illinois

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of 16 league contests … Averaged 1.0 points and 0.7 rebounds … Shot 22.2 percent from the field and 85.7 percent from the free throw line … Scored one point (1-of-2 FT) and played two minutes vs. Tulsa in the regular-season finale (road win) … Dished out one assist in a home win over East Carolina … Netted two points (2-of-2 FT) and had a steal in 10 minutes of action in a home win over UAB … Grabbed one board in each contest vs. East Carolina (road win) and Southern Miss (road loss) … Had two points, one board and one blocked shot in a home win over Marshall … Pulled down four boards and added one assist and one blocked shot in 12 minutes of play in a home victory over Rice … Scored five points (2-of-3 FG, 1-of-1 FT) and grabbed two rebounds in a home win over SMU … Had two points (1-of-2 FG) and one blocked shot in a road loss at UCF … Saw first action in C-USA play in a home victory over Southern Miss … Had two points (2-of-2 FT), one rebound and one blocked shot vs. the Golden Eagles … Non-conference play (regular season games only): Played in 14 of the Tigers’ 15 non-league contests … Averaged 2.4 points and 1.9 boards … Had 13 blocked shots, two assists and one steal … Shot 48.3 percent from the floor and 66.7 percent from the charity stripe … Played two minutes in each of the home wins over Xavier and Tennessee … Played 12 minutes in a home win over Charlotte … Scored three points (1-of-1 FG, 1-of-2 FT)

FORWARD • SENIOR • 6-10 • 236 CHICAGO, ILL. • SIMEON ACADEMY • UNIV. OF ILLINOIS • LOGAN COLLEGE

back-to-back Tennessee state championships in 2005-06 and 2006-07 ... The 2005-06 squad finished the campaign with a 34-3 overall record, while the 2006-07 team went 37-3 ... The 200708 Crusader team posted a 22-9 record ... Averaged 17.2 points per game as a senior ... During his high school career, earned All-Area and All-Region honors

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High School

Played his senior year of high school basketball at Simeon Career Academy in 2007-08 … Averaged 19.2 points, 12.7 rebounds and 4.1 blocked shots for the Wolverines … Helped lead Simeon to a 29-3 overall record and an appearance in the 2008 Illinois High School Association (IHSA) Class 3A state championship game … Had 26 points, nine boards and six blocked shots in the title game setback (69-61 loss) to Marshall … Named Illinois All-State first team by the Chicago Sun-Times, Associated Press,

Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette and the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association (IBCA) … Was an All-State second team selection by the Chicago Tribune … Played for Coach Robert Smith at Simeon … As a junior in 2006-07, played for åHigh School … Averaged 18.5 points, 11.2 boards and 5.0 blocked shots for the Lions … Earned All-State special mention from the Chicago Tribune … Also named All-State honorable mention by the Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette and the IBCA … Received All-Catholic League honors … Helped lead Leo to a 24-8 overall record and a spot in the 2007 sectional finals, where the Lions fell to Simeon – a team led by future Tigers guard Derrick Rose.

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D.J. STEPHENS FORWARD/GUARD • SENIOR • 6-5 • 188 KILLEEN, TEXAS • HARKER HEIGHTS HS

Career

Has played in 93 games, making seven starts … Averaging 2.6 points and 2.1 rebounds … Has 21 assists, 55 blocked shots and 32 steals … Shooting 62.5 percent from the field and 60 percent from the free throw line.

Honors

Won the 2011-12 Intersport Dunks of the Year title … Nominated for the honor with his electrifying dunk in the first half vs. Xavier Feb. 4, 2012.

Team Achievements

Helped Memphis compile a 75-29 overall record (.721 winning percentage) in his three seasons … The Tigers won 25 or more games two of his three seasons … Helped lead Memphis to one Conference USA regular-season championship in 2011-12 … The Tigers won two Conference USA Tournament crowns in 2011 and 2012 … Memphis played in three-consecutive postseasons (2011, 2012 NCAA; 2010 NIT) … The Tigers advanced to the 2011 and 2012 NCAA Tournament second round and 2010 NIT second round.

2011-12 Season (Junior)

Played in 28 of the Tigers’ contests … Missed seven games as a result of tendonitis in his knees … Averaged 2.4 points and 1.8 boards … Had 21 blocked

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shots and eight steals … Shot 64.3 percent from the floor and 68.8 percent from the free throw

line … Postseason (NCAA/C-USA Tournaments): Played in all four postseason contests … Averaged 1.5 points, 1.3 rebounds and 1.5 blocked shots … Shot 75 percent from the floor … In the NCAA Tournament second-round contest vs. Saint Louis, scored two points … Tied a season high with three blocked shots and added four boards and two points in the C-USA Tournament championship game victory over Marshall … Played a season-high tying 21 minutes vs. Marshall… Blocked a season-best tying three shots and scored two points in the C-USA Tournament quarterfinal win over UTEP … Conference USA play: Saw action in all 16 league games … Averaged 3.2 points and 2.2 boards … Had 12 blocked shots and eight steals … Shot 69 percent from the floor and 75 percent from the foul line … Had four points, one rebound and one blocked shot in the regular-season finale win at Tulsa … Had back-to-back first-half dunks to help Memphis maintain its lead over the Golden Hurricane … Scored a season-high eight points with a perfect shooting game (2-of-2 FG, 4-of-4 FT) in the regular-season home finale victory over UCF … The four FT made were a career high … Also had three boards and one steal vs. the Knights … Scored four points on two second-half dunks in a road win at Marshall … His first dunk came five minutes into the second half and helped the Tigers maintain their lead … His second dunk came in a game-

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Birthday is February 18 ... Son of Tim and Michelle Murray ... An Interdisciplinary Studies major.

Simpson Career Highs Points............................. 7 vs. Jackson State (11/28/11) Rebounds..........................10 vs. Jackson State (11/28/11) FG Made................ 3, 3x, last vs. Miami, Fla. (12/6/11) FG Attempted...................... 7 vs. Tennessee (11/22/11) 3P FG Made........................................................None 3P FG Attempted...1, 2x, last vs. East Carolina (2/22/12) FT Made........................... 4 vs. Georgetown (11/23/11) FT Attempted................... 4 vs. Georgetown (11/23/11) Assists................................. 2 vs. Tennessee (11/22/11) Blocks............................ 5 vs. Jackson State (11/28/11) Steals.................................... 1, 2x, last vs. UAB (2/11/12) Minutes Played............. 22 vs. Jackson State (11/28/11)

clinching 14-2 second-half run that extended a 68-60 advantage to an 82-62 lead … Grabbed a season-best five rebounds and had four points, two blocked shots and one steal in a home victory over East Carolina … Netted four points and pulled down three boards in a road win at Tulane … Scored six points on 2-of-3 treys in a home win over UAB … The two threepointers made and three trey attempts both were career highs … Blocked a seasonhigh three shots in a road victory at East Carolina … Also had four rebounds, two steals (tied career best) and three points vs. the Pirates … Scored four points and grabbed four boards in a home win over Rice … Had four points and four boards in a road victory at Houston … Tied a career high with two steals and added three points, three rebounds and one blocked shot in the C-USA opener at UAB (win) … Played a season-high 21 minutes vs. the Blazers … Came up with a huge putback dunk with under five minutes left to extend Memphis’ lead from 57-55 to 5955 … Followed that by hitting 1-of-2 FT with 2:37 left to increase the Tigers lead to 60-55 … Non-conference play (regular season games only): Played in only eight of the Tigers’ 15 non-league contests … Missed seven games as a result of tendonitis in both knees … Scored two points in the home win over Xavier … His basket vs. the Musketeers was a rim-rattling, putback dunk off a Joe Jackson missed layup at the 11:15 mark of the first half … The dunk was nominated for the Intersport Dunks of the Year competition … Pulled down two rebounds in two minutes of action in a home win over Tennessee … Had two points, one board and two blocked shots in a home victory over Charlotte … Did not play in the Georgetown, Lipscomb, Louisville, Murray State and Miami (Fla.) contests as a result of tendonitis in his knees … Scored five points (2-of-2 FG, 1-of-2 FT) and grabbed three rebounds in a home win over Austin Peay … Played 10 minutes in a home victory

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over Jackson State … Had one blocked shot in the season-opening win over Belmont.

2010-11 Season (Sophomore)

Played in 32 of the Tigers’ 35 games ... Averaged 3.5 points and 2.3 rebounds ... Had 14 assists, 26 blocked shots and 16 steals ... Team’s third-leading shot blocker ... Shot 64.1 percent from the floor, 50 percent from the three-point arc and 55 percent from the free throw line ... Postseason (NCAA/C-USA Tournaments): Played in all four postseason games ... Averaged 2.0 points and 0.8 rebounds ... Shot 80 percent from the floor ... Had one block and one steal ... Saw two minutes of action in the Tigers’ NCAA Tournament second round game vs. Arizona ... In three C-USA Tournament games, averaged 2.7 points and 1.0 rebounds ... Shot 80 percent from the field ... Netted two points (1-of-1 FG) in the CUSA Tournament title game victory over UTEP ... Grabbed three boards and added a block in C-USA Tournament semifinal victory over East Carolina ... Played nine minutes vs. the Pirates ... Scored six points (3-of-3 FG) and had a steal in the C-USA Tournament quarterfinal win over Southern Miss ... Conference USA play: Played in 16 league contests ... Made two starts (home game vs. East Carolina, away vs. SMU) ... Averaged 3.3 points and 2.4 rebounds ... Had six assists, 15 blocked shots and nine steals ... Ranked 12th among the C-USA leaders (league games only) in blocked shots ... Shot 64.9 percent from the field and 55.6 percent from the free throw line ... Netted four points in regular season finale win over Tulane at home ... Played a C-USA season-high 22 minutes in a road setback at East Carolina ... Had six points, four rebounds, two blocked shots and one steal vs. the Pirates ... Scored six points and added seven rebounds, two assists, three blocks and one steal in a road

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Saw game action in 33 of the Tigers’ 34 contests ... Made three starts ... Averaged 1.8 points and 1.9 rebounds ... Had

six assists, eight blocks and eight steals ... Shot 57.5 percent from the field, 50 percent from the three-point line and 58.3 percent from the charity stripe ... Postseason (NIT/C-USA Tournament): Played in all three postseason games ... Averaged 0.7 points and 1.0 rebounds ... Shot 100 percent from the floor ... In the two NIT games, averaged 1.5 rebounds ... Played six minutes and grabbed one board vs. Ole Miss in the NIT second round ... Earned his third start of the year vs. St. John’s in the NIT first round ... Played a postseason-high eight minutes vs. the Red Storm in the NIT first round ... Grabbed two rebounds in the NIT firstround victory over St. John’s ... In C-USA Tournament quarterfinal vs. Houston, scored two points on 1-of-1 FG ... Conference USA play: Played in 15 of the Tigers’ 16 league games ... Made one start (home game vs. UAB) ... Averaged 1.5 points and 1.9 rebounds ... Had four assists, three blocked shots and four steals ... Shot 46.7 percent from the field, 100 percent from the three-point arc and 63.6 percent from the free throw line ... Had three points, two boards and one steal in the regular season finale win over Tulsa ... Netted the three points vs. the Golden Hurricane on the first three-pointer of his career ... His three-pointer closed out an 8-2 run to end the first half and extend a 22-17 lead to 30-19 at halftime ... Scored four points and added two boards and a season-high tying two blocked shots in a road victory at UAB ... Netted the four points on 2-of-2 FG and the field goals came on back-to-back possessions midway through the first half ... Grabbed three boards and added two points (2-of-2 FT) in a home win over Southern Miss ... Had four points, four rebounds, one assist and one blocked shot in a road setback at Houston ... Scored two points and pulled down two rebounds in a home win over SMU ... Grabbed a season-high seven rebounds in a home win over UCF ... Played a season-best 17 minutes vs. the Knights ... Also had two boards, one assist and one steal vs. UCF ... Got first start in CUSA action in a home win over UAB ... Grabbed one board and added one steal

vs. the Blazers ... Had two rebounds in High School contests at SMU, at Rice and vs. East Car Played his prep career for Coach olina ... Played 11 minutes off the bench Celneque Bobbitt at Harker Heights High vs. the Pirates ... Saw his first conference School … Recorded a 43-inch vertical action at Southern Miss (six minutes) ... leap in high school ... As a senior, aver Non-conference play (regular season aged 16.3 points, 7.8 rebounds, 1.6 asgames only): Played in all 15 non-league sists, 2.3 blocked shots and 2.1 steals … regular season games ... Averaged 2.5 Helped lead the Knights to a 17-13 overall points and 2.2 rebounds ... Had two asrecord … Named to the Texas 12-5A Allsists, five blocked shots and four steals District first team … Had one of his best ... Shot 62.5 percent from the field and games against A&M Consolidated in the 53.8 percent from the foul line ... Had one 2008-09 season … Posted 31 points, nine point and two boards in a home loss to rebounds and three blocks in the Knights’ Gonzaga ... Scored four points and pulled 91-77 victory … Also had an all-around down two rebounds in a road setback at performance versus Ellison with 15 Syracuse ... Netted his four points vs. the points, 12 boards and five blocked shots Orange on 2-of-2 FG ... Had two points, … Registered another double-double of three rebounds, one assist, two blocked 17 points and 10 rebounds in a win over shots (tied season high) and one steal vs. Pflugerville Henderson … Prior to his seHouston Baptist ... Pulled down five renior campaign, selected as one of the 20 bounds and added four points in a home names to know for 2009 by the Killeen win over IUPUI ... Posted four points and Daily Herald … Played AAU basketball four boards vs. Southeast Missouri State with the D-1 Ambassadors. ... Had two points and two rebounds in a road win at UALR ... Scored a seasonhigh tying six points in a home victory Personal over Montana State ... Tied a career best Full name is Dalenta Jameral Stephens … Son of Will Stephens and Dorowith three FG made (3-of-4 FG) ... Also had three rebounds and two blocked shots thea Love … Birthday is December 19 … (season high) vs. Montana State ... Had A Sport and Leisure Management major. an impressive put-back dunk at the halftime buzzer vs. the Bobcats ... Scored four points and added one assist and one steal vs. Arkansas State ... Scored a season-best six points in a home win over Oakland ... Hit a season-high three FG (3-of-3 FG) in only seven minutes of action vs. Oakland ... Received first collegiate starting nod Stephens Career Highs vs. Central Arkansas ... Played 14 minutes vs. Central Arkansas Points.........................13 vs. Western Kentucky (12/4/10) ... Pulled down five Rebounds................... 11 vs. Western Kentucky (12/4/10) rebounds and scored FG Made..................... 5 vs. Western Kentucky (12/4/10) three points in the FG Attempted................ 8, 2x, last vs. Tennessee (1/5/11) win over the Bears ... 3P FG Made...................................... 2 vs. UAB (2/11/12) Played nine minutes in 3P FG Attempted.............................. 3 vs. UAB (2/11/12) his first collegiate game FT Made.............................................4 vs. UCF (2/28/12) vs. Jackson State ... FT Attempted.............. 6 vs. Western Kentucky (12/4/10) Had one point and two Assists......................................4 vs. Centenary (11/12/10) rebounds vs. Jackson Blocks.................................4 vs. Southern Miss (2/12/11) State. Steals.........................2, 5x, last vs. East Carolina (2/8/12)

Minutes Played.........29 vs. Western Kentucky (12/4/10)

STEPHENS CAREER STATISTICS

— Total — — 3-Point — — Rebounds — Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-A Pct FG-A Pct FT-A Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO A TO B ST Pts-Avg 2009-10 33-3 261/7.9 23-40 .575 1-2 .500 14-24 .583 34-30 64 1.9 25-0 6 4 8 8 61-1.8 2010-11 32-4 358/11.2 50-78 .641 1-2 .500 11-20 .550 37-47 84 2.6 39-0 14 15 26 16 112-3.5 2011-12 28-0 233/8.3 27-42 .643 2-6 .333 11-16 .688 14-35 49 1.8 32-0 1 6 21 8 67-2.4 Total 93-7 852/9.2 100-160 .625 4-10 .400 36-60 .600 85-112 197 2.1 96-0 21 25 55 32 240-2.6

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loss at Rice ... Blocked a career-high four shots in a home win over Southern Miss ... Also had six points and two boards vs. the Golden Eagles ... Scored six points and pulled down three boards in a home loss to Tulsa ... Had a stretch of four games (Jan. 12-22) in which he was perfect from the field (7-of-7 FG) ... Scored seven points and four rebounds in a home win over Marshall ... Had two points and two boards in his road start at SMU ... Grabbed four rebounds and had two steals (tied career high) in conference opener vs. East Carolina ... Non-conference play (regular season games only): Played in 12 of the 15 nonleague regular season games ... Missed three games as a result of injuries ... Averaged 4.3 points and 3.5 rebounds ... Had eight assists, 10 blocked shots and six steals ... Shot 61.1 percent from the field, 50 percent from the three-point line and 54.5 percent from the foul line ... Had five points and five boards in a road win at Gonzaga ... Scored nine points and added six boards and three blocked shots in a road loss at Tennessee ... Hit his second career trey vs. the Volunteers ... Had eight points, four rebounds and two blocks in a home win over Tennessee State ... Scored six points and pulled down two boards in a home setback to Georgetown ... Had a spectacular second-half dunk vs. the Hoyas, which was a nominee in the InterSport Dunks of the Year contest ... Played a career-high 29 minutes in his start vs. Western Kentucky ... Had a career game in the home win over the Hilltoppers ... Posted first career double-double with career highs of 13 points and 11 rebounds ... Also set a career best for FG made (5) ... Scored six points and grabbed five rebounds in a home win over Arkansas State ... Dished out a career-high four assists in the season-opening win over Centenary ... Also had four rebounds and two blocks vs. Centenary.

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Postseason (NCAA/C-USA Tournaments): Despite suffering a bone bruise in his right foot near the end of the regular season, played in all four postseason contests … Averaged 4.5 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.3 assists … Shot 44.4 percent from the floor and 28.6 percent from the three-point arc … Had four steals … In the NCAA Tournament second-round setback to Saint Louis, posted no stats while playing only seven minutes … The seven minutes of action were the second-fewest played during the season … In the Conference USA Tournament (three games), averaged 6.0 points, 3.0 boards and 1.7 assists … Shot 53.3 percent from the field and 33.3 percent from the three-point line … Grabbed a career-high tying six rebounds and added five points and two assists in the C-USA Tournament championship game victory over Marshall … Had nine points, three rebounds, two assists and two steals in the C-USA Tournament semifinal win over UCF … Scored four points and had two steals in the C-USA Tournament quarterfinal victory over UTEP … Conference USA play: Started all 15 league games in which he played … Suffered a bone bruise in his right foot in the home finale vs. UCF and missed the regular-season finale at Tulsa … Averaged 5.8 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.7 assists … Shot 46.4 percent from the field, 42.9 percent from the three-point arc and 68.8 percent from the free throw line … Had six steals … Did not play in the regularseason finale at Tulsa (win) as a result of a bone bruise in his right foot … Played 13 minutes in the regular-season home finale win over UCF before suffering a bone bruise in his right foot … Played a seasonlow five minutes in a road win at Marshall … Scored 11 points and pulled down five boards in a home win over East Carolina … Grabbed four boards and added three points and two assists in a home loss to UTEP … Netted 10 points and handed out three assists in a home victory over UAB … Dished out a career-high tying four as-

GUARD • JUNIOR • 6-2 • 178 BALTIMORE, MD. • LAKE CLIFTON HS • NOTRE DAME PREP

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Career

Has played in 69 games, making 31 starts … Averaging 7.4 points, 2.4 rebounds and 1.6 assists … Has 41 steals and 10 blocked shots … Shooting 47.2 percent from the floor, 42.4 percent from the three-point arc and 68.2 percent from the free throw line.

Honors

Named Conference USA Freshman of the Week Nov. 15, 2010, and Jan. 3, 2011.

On The Charts

Career: No. 2 in three-point field goal percentage at 42.4 percent.

Team Achievements

Helped lead Memphis to backto-back Conference USA Tournament championships in 2011 and 2012 … The Tigers also won the 2011-12 Conference USA regular-season title, overcoming a one-game deficit to win the crown by two games in the last two weeks of league play … Memphis played in consecutive NCAA Tournaments in 2011 and 2012 … The Tigers posted back-to-back, 25-win campaigns in 2010-11 (25-10 record) and 2011-12 (26-9).

2011-12 Season (Sophomore)

Played in 34 games and made 19 starts … Lone game missed was the regular-season finale at Tulsa after suffering a bone bruise the contest before in the regular-season home finale vs. UCF … Averaged 6.6 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.6 assists … Netted double figures in nine games … Had 16 steals and four blocked shots … Shot 48.2 percent from the floor, 40 percent from the three-point arc and 68.9 percent from the free throw line …

sists and scored four points in a road win three-pointer in the second half vs. the at East Carolina … Had 10 points, three 49ers … The trey gave Memphis the lead boards and three assists in a road setback for good at 49-47 with 7:45 left … Had six at Southern Miss … Scored 11 points points, four rebounds and two assists in a in a home win over Rice … Recorded a road setback at Georgetown … Scored 10 season-best four steals in a home victory points and added three boards and two over SMU … Also had seven points, four assists in a home win over Lipscomb … rebounds and two assists vs. the Mustangs Tied a career-high with six boards and … Scored five points in a road loss at scored seven points in a road loss at LouUCF … Had six points and five boards isville … Had six points, three rebounds in a road win at Houston … Scored 13 and two assists in a home win over Austin points in a home win over Southern Miss Peay … Scored seven points in a loss to … Netted seven (trey, jumper, 2 FT) of Georgetown in the Maui Invitational … his 10 second-half points vs. the Golden Netted a season-best 21 points in a win Eagles in a personal 7-3 run that extended over Tennessee in the Maui Invitational a 29-26 halftime lead to 36-29 … Hit a … Hit a career-high eight FG vs. the Volclutch three-pointer with 4:36 left to put unteers … Recorded season bests for treys Memphis ahead 54-52 … The Tigers did made (4) and trey attempts (5) … Pulled not trail the remainder of the contest … down a career-best six boards vs. TennesHad two assists in the C-USA opener at see … Hit the game-winning basket with UAB (win) … 1:15 on the clock vs. the Volunteers … Non-conference play (regular season Scored five points in a loss to Michigan in games only): Made appearances in all 15 the Maui Invitational … Handed out three non-conference games and started four of assists in the season-opening victory over them … Averaged 8.0 points, 2.4 boards Belmont. and 1.5 assists … Had four double-figure scoring games … Shot 50.6 percent from 2010-11 Season the floor, 40 percent from the three-point line and 71.4 percent from the charity (Freshman) Played in all 35 games and made 12 stripe … Had six steals … Scored nine points in the Tigers’ come-from-behind starts … Played 861 minutes (third-most on the team) … Averaged 8.2 points, 2.5 win over Xavier … Netted all six (2 layups, 2 FT) of his second-half points in rebounds and 1.7 assists … Led team in a 9-0 run (4:31-0:19) that turned a 63-59 scoring six times, including the Tigers’ deficit into a 68-63 lead … His first layup NCAA Tournament game vs. Arizona pulled the Tigers to within two points at … Netted double figures in 13 games … Ranked among C-USA freshmen leaders 63-61, and the second layup gave Memphis its first lead at 65-63 (1:27 left on in scoring (8th), rebounding (11th), field the clock) since the 2:01 mark of the first goal percentage (12th), three-point field half … Scored 19 points in a home win goal percentage (3rd), free throw percentover Tennessee … Had a near-perfect age (11th), steals (11th) and assists (7th) shooting game vs. the Volunteers, hitting … Postseason (NCAA/C-USA Tour5-of-7 FG, 4-of-5 treys and 5-of-5 FT naments): Started all four postseason … The four treys made and five trey attempts tied season highs, while the five games ... Averaged 30.5 minutes per free throws made were a season best … contest … Posted averages of 8.5 points, Netted 14 of his 19 points in the second Barton Career Highs half … Netted eight points (layup, trey, 3 Points............................24 vs. Tennessee State (1/2/11) FT) in a 12-7 run that Rebounds....................... 6, 3x, last vs. Marshall (3/10/12) stretched a 32-25 lead FG Made............................. 8 vs. Tennessee (11/22/11) to 44-32 … Hit two FG Attempted................... 12 vs. East Carolina (3/2/11) three-pointers with 3P FG Made....................5 vs. Tennessee State (1/2/11) under five minutes to 3P FG Attempted................................. 7 vs. UCF (2/9/11) play vs. Tennessee to FT Made..........................7 vs. Tennessee State (1/2/11) extend the lead to 20 FT Attempted..................9 vs. Tennessee State (1/2/11) points … Scored 16 Assists................... 4, 3x, last vs. East Carolina (2/8/12) points and grabbed Blocks................................. 2 vs. Centenary (11/12/10) three boards in a Steals........................................5 vs. Centenary (11/12/10) home win over Char- Minutes Played..............36 vs. Southern Miss (3/10/11) lotte … Hit a clutch

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— Total — — 3-Point — — Rebounds — Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-A Pct FG-A Pct FT-A Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO A TO B ST Pts-Avg 2010-11 35-12 861/24.6 94-203 .463 42-95 .442 57-84 .679 13-75 88 2.5 58-2 60 45 6 25 287-8.2 2011-12 34-19 743/21.9 82-170 .482 30-75 .400 31-45 .689 6-73 79 2.3 53-1 53 43 4 16 225-6.6 Total 69-31 1604/23.2 176-373 .472 72-170 .424 88-129 .682 19-148 167 2.4 111-3 113 88 10 41 512-7.4

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TARIK BLACK FORWARD • JUNIOR • 6-9 • 262 MEMPHIS, TENN. • RIDGEWAY HS

Career

Has played in 70 games, making 55 starts … Averaging 9.9 points and 4.9 rebounds … Has 109 blocked shots, 49 steals and 18 assists … Shooting 60.5 percent from the floor and 59.1 percent from the foul line.

Honors

2012-13 preseason All-Conference USA first team ... 2012 All-Conference USA second team … 2012 Conference USA All-Defensive Team … 2012 Conference USA All-Tournament Team … 2011 Conference USA All-Freshman Team … Named to the Tiger 3.0 Club for

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the 2011 spring semester.

On The Charts

Career: His 60.5 field goal percentage is No. 3 on the list … Single Season: His 68.9 field goal percentage is No. 1 on the list.

What Could Happen In 2012-13

Could join the 1,000-point club in Memphis basketball history … Enters 2012-13 season with 691 points and needs 309 points to reach the milestone … Has 346 rebounds and needs 154 to reach 500 for his career.

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… Had six double-figure scoring games … Scored 17 points and pulled down four rebounds in a road win at Gonzaga … Netted nine of his 17 points in the second half, including six in the final 4:06 … Hit two FT with 4:06 left to give Memphis a 53-50 lead … Broke a 58-all tie with :38 left with a lane jumper to give the Tigers a 60-58 advantage … Was fouled after recovering a Tarik Black steal and hit two FT with :01 left to give Memphis the 6258 win … Had eight points, two boards and three assists in a road loss at Tennessee … Scored a career-high 24 points in a home win over Tennessee State … Netted his 24 points on 6-of-8 FG, 5-of-6 treys and 7-of-9 FT … The five treys made and seven FT made are career bests … Also had three boards and two assists vs. Tennessee State … Scored 12 points and added three boards and two assists in a home win over Lipscomb … Tied a season high with four assists in a home setback to Georgetown … Had nine points, three rebounds and two steals in a home overtime victory over Austin Peay … Hit gametying jumper with :14 left vs. Austin Peay to send the game into overtime … Scored 10 points and pulled down three rebounds in a home win over Arkansas State … Scored 10 points and grabbed four boards in a home victory over Miami, Fla. … Hit two FT in final :31 to help secure the 72-68 win over the Hurricanes … Got the starting nod in his first collegiate game vs. Centenary … Had 17 points, three boards, four assists, two blocked shots and five steals … The four assists, two blocks and five steals were season highs.

High School

Team Achievements

leaders (all games) in field goal percentage (1st) and blocked shots (6th) … Postseason (NCAA/C-USA Tournaments): Started all four postseason games ... Averaged 10.0 points and 5.5 boards in 24.5 minutes of action … Had six blocked shots, four steals and two assists … Shot 76.5 percent from the floor and 66.7 percent from the charity stripe … In the NCAA Tournament secondround setback to Saint Louis, had four points, four rebounds, two blocked shots and one steal … Played only 19 minutes as a result of foul trouble vs. the Billikens … In the Conference USA Tournament (three games), averaged 12.0 points and 6.0 boards … Had four blocked shots, three steals and two assists … Shot 73.3 percent from the floor and 73.7 percent from the foul line … Scored eight points in the C-USA Tournament championship game win over Marshall .. Netted his eight points on 2-of-2 FG and 4-of-4 FT … Had 13 points, five rebounds, one assist and one blocked shot in the C-USA Tournament semifinal victory over UCF … Posted a double-double of 15 points and 13 boards in the C-USA Tournament quarterfinal win over UTEP … The 13

Helped lead Memphis to backto-back Conference USA Tournament championships in 2011 and 2012 … The Tigers also won the 2011-12 Conference USA regular-season title, overcoming a one-game deficit to win the crown by two games in the last two weeks of league play … Memphis played in consecutive NCAA Tournaments in 2011 and 2012 … The Tigers posted back-to-back, 25-win campaigns (25-10 and 26-9 records).

2011-12 Season (Sophomore)

Played in all 35 games and made 31 starts … Played 895 minutes (fourthmost on team) … Averaged 10.7 points and 4.9 rebounds … Led team (or tied for team lead) in rebounding nine times … Grabbed six or more boards 12 times … Recorded 18 double-figure scoring performances … Grabbed double-digit rebounds four times … Posted three double-doubles … Had 53 blocked shots, 22 steals and six assists … Shot 68.9 percent from the floor and 59.4 percent from the free throw line … Ranked among C-USA

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Played his final season of high school basketball in 2009-10 at Notre Dame Prep in Fitchburg, Mass. ... Helped lead the Crusaders to a 27-8 overall record ... Notre Dame Prep advanced to the quarterfinals of the National Prep Championship in 2009-10 ... Averaged 16.4 points, 7.0 rebounds and 4.7 assists for the Crusaders ... Rated the No. 37 player in the New England region by the New England Recruiting Report … Following the season, played in the Jack Jones Shootout in Memphis, Tenn. ... In 2008-09, teamed with his brother, Will, to lead Lake Clifton High School to a perfect 28-0 record and the Maryland 3A state championship ... The Lakers defeated Friendly 75-50 for the title … Lake Clifton was ranked No. 25 nationally, according to MaxPreps.com … Averaged 15.6 points, 7.4 assists and 4.1 rebounds during the Lakers’ title run in 2008-09 … Named to the 2009 Baltimore Sun All-Metro second team … Rated among the top point guards in the 2010 class … Prior to his year at Lake Clifton, attended City College High School in Baltimore and National Christian Academy in Fort Washington, Md.

Personal

Full name is Antonio Alfonso Barton ... Son of Karen Bush ... Birthday is December 21 ... A Sport and Leisure Management major.

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blocked shots … Had five double-figure scoring games in C-USA action … Had five points, three boards and three assists in the regular season finale vs. Tulane … Scored 15 points and dished out three assists in a road loss at East Carolina … Tied a season high with six FG made … Netted 10 points and added three boards, two assists, one block and two steals in a home win over Houston … Had no turnovers in 33 minutes vs. the Cougars … Scored a team-high 14 points in a road setback at Rice … Had only scoreless game of season in a home victory over Southern Miss … Posted 14 points, three boards, two assists and one steal in a road win at UCF … Hit game-winning three-pointer from the right wing with :02.6 left vs. the Knights … Connected on two other treys in the second half that kept the Tigers within striking distance of UCF (4743 with 11:37 left; 53-50 with 8:45 left) … Had eight points, two rebounds, two assists and two steals in a home loss to Tulsa … Scored nine points and grabbed four boards in a home win over UCF … Scored 16 points and had three boards, one blocked shot and two steals in a road overtime win at UAB … Scored four of the Tigers’ eight points in overtime vs. the Blazers (layup, two FT) … Had six points and three assists in a road win at Southern Miss … Netted six points and pulled down four boards in C-USA opener vs. East Carolina … Non-conference play (regular season games only): Made appearances in all 15 non-conference games and started two of them … Averaged 9.0 points, 2.5 boards and 1.7 assists in 21.9 minutes of action

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3.3 rebounds and 1.5 assists … Shot 40.7 percent from the floor, 46.2 percent from the three-point line and 85.7 percent from the charity stripe … In the NCAA Tournament second round game vs. Arizona, scored a team-high 17 points … Netted his 17 points on 6-of-11 FG, 3-of-4 treys and 2-of-3 FT … Tied a season high with six FG made … Also grabbed four boards vs. the Wildcats … Hit two three-pointers in an 11-1 run early in the second half that turned a 47-40 deficit into a 51-48 lead … In first half vs. Arizona, scored five points in a 10-1 spurt to open the game … In the three Conference USA Tournament games, averaged 5.7 points, 3.0 rebounds and 1.7 assists … Shot 31.3 percent from the field, 33.3 percent from the arc and 100 percent from the free throw line … Scored three points vs. UTEP in the Conference Tournament championship game … Pulled down a season-high tying five rebounds vs. East Carolina in the C-USA Tournament semifinal contest … Also had two points, two assists and one steal vs. the Pirates … Netted 12 points and added three rebounds and three assists in the C-USA Tournament quarterfinal win over Southern Miss … Scored 10 of his 12 points in the game’s first 10 minutes to help Memphis build an 18-7 advantage … Played a season-high 36 minutes vs. Southern Miss … Conference USA play: Saw game action in all 16 C-USA contests … Made six starts … Averaged 7.4 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.8 assists … Shot 43.6 percent from the floor, 34.1 percent from the three-point line and 65.6 percent from the charity stripe … Had 10 steals and four

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Players rebounds tied a career high … Also had three blocks and two steals (tied career high) vs. the Miners … Netted eight of his 10 first-half points in the final 6:46 before halftime to turn a 20-17 deficit into a 31-26 lead … Scored all five second-half points (two dunks, one FT) in the Tigers’ game-ending 11-0 run that extended a 5447 lead to the 65-47 final … Conference USA play: Started all 16 league contests … Averaged 12.0 points and 5.1 boards … Team’s second-leading scorer and rebounder in conference action … Had 22 blocked shots, 10 steals and three assists … Shot 71.7 percent from the field and 49.2 percent from the free throw line … Had nine double-figure scoring games vs. C-USA foes … Posted three double-digit rebounding contests in C-USA play … Ranked among C-USA leaders (league games only) in scoring (18th), field goal percentage (1st) and blocked shots (7th) … Scored nine points and grabbed three rebounds in the regularseason finale win at Tulsa … Netted 14 points on 7-of-8 FG in the regular-season home finale win over UCF … Had 18 points (8-of-8 FG, 2-of-5 FT) and three rebounds in a road win at Marshall … Six of his eight FG were dunks vs. the Thundering Herd … Had nine points, nine boards and two blocked shots in a home win over East Carolina …Scored a career-high 26 points and added 10 rebounds in home loss to UTEP … The 10 FG made were a career best and the 13 FG attempts tied a career high vs. the Miners … Netted 18 points on 9-of-10 FG in a road win at Tulane … Scored eight of his 10 second-half points vs. the Green Wave during an 18-4 Tigers’ run that turned a 42-39 deficit into a 57-46 lead … Had three-straight, singledigit scoring games vs. UAB (9 points; home win), East Carolina (7 points; road win) and Southern Miss (4 points; road loss) … Scored 19 points and added three boards, two blocked shots and two steals in a home win over Marshall … Scored 10 points (5-of-5 FG) in a home victory over Rice … Posted a double-double of 11 points and 13 boards in a home win over SMU … The 13 rebounds were a career high … Had 10 points and five rebounds in a road loss at UCF … Blocked five shots and had 10 points and six rebounds in a road victory at Houston … Nearly had a double-double with nine points and 10 rebounds in a home win over Southern Miss … Added five blocked shots vs. the Golden Eagles … Had seven of his 10 boards and all five blocks in the second half vs. Southern Miss … Hit two clutch

free throws with 1:00 left to give Memphis a 58-56 lead … Had nine points, four rebounds and two blocked shots in the CUSA opener at UAB (win) … Non-conference play (regular season games only): Saw action in all 15 non-league contests and made 11 starts … Averaged 9.4 points and 4.5 boards … Had seven double-figure scoring games … Had 25 blocked shots, eight steals and one assist … Shot 63.3 percent from the floor and 67.2 percent from the free throw line … Had 13 points and nine rebounds in a home win over Xavier … Played a career-high 38 minutes vs. the Musketeers … Scored 18 points and pulled down seven rebounds in a home victory over Tennessee … Netted six of his 12 second-half points in an 11-5 run that extended a 3025 lead to 41-30 vs. the Volunteers … Had 10 points, four boards and two blocked shots in a home win over Charlotte … Blocked a career-best seven shots in a home victory over Robert Morris … Also had eight points and six rebounds vs. the Colonials … Scored 13 points in a home win over Lipscomb … Had six boards, five points and three blocked shots in a road setback at Louisville … Posted 11 points, nine rebounds, two blocks and two steals in a home loss to Murray State … Had nine points and six boards in a road win at Miami, Fla. … Scored 10 points, grabbed five rebounds and blocked three shots in a home win over Austin Peay … Scored 12 points in a loss to Georgetown in the Maui Invitational … Had six points, two rebounds and two blocked shots in the season-opening win over Belmont.

2010-11 Season (Freshman)

Played in all 35 games and made 24 starts … Played 792 minutes … Averaged 9.1 points and 5.0 rebounds … Led team (or tied for team lead) in rebounding 10 times … Grabbed six or more boards 13 times, including 11 games after becoming a regular starter in mid-January … Started 18 of the final 19 games … Lone missed start during that stretch came on “Senior Day” when Will Coleman got the starting nod … In first 16 games (six starts), averaged 7.6 points and 4.2 rebounds … Recorded four double-figure scoring performances in the first 16 games … Had 20 blocked shots and 10 steals in those 16 contests … After becoming a regular starter (last 19 games), averaged 10.4 points and 5.7 boards … In those 19 games (18 starts), posted double figures

scoring in nine contests … Ranked among bounding (12th) and blocked shots (2nd) C-USA freshmen leaders in scoring (7th), … Closed the C-USA regular season with rebounding (4th), field goal percentage an outstanding performance in the home (6th) and blocked shots (1st) … finale win over Tulane … Set season bests Postseason (NCAA/C-USA Tourfor points (24) and rebounds (11) and tied naments): Started all four postseason a season high with nine FG made … The games ... Averaged only 18.8 minutes double-double was the first of his career per game in the postseason as a result of … Also had two blocked shots vs. the foul trouble in all four contests … AverGreen Wave … Scored 15 of his 24 points aged 5.8 points and 3.8 rebounds … Had and grabbed nine of his 11 boards in the five steals … Shot 36.8 percent from the second half vs. Tulane … Netted 11 of his floor and 56.3 percent from the free throw 15 second-half points in the first 6:12 after line … In the NCAA Tournament game halftime … Scored his final four points vs. Arizona, scored five points, one assist of the half on two dunks … Averaged and one steal … Had no boards vs. the 8.5 points and 6.5 boards in back-to-back Wildcats … Played only 13 minutes vs. road losses at East Carolina (9 points/6 reArizona as a result of four personal fouls bounds) and UTEP (8 points/7 rebounds) (three in first half) … In the Conference … Scored 16 points and added three USA Tournament, averaged 6.0 points blocked shots in a home win over Housand 5.0 rebounds … Shot 35.7 percent ton … Had seven points and seven boards from the field and 47.1 percent from the in a home victory over UAB … Netted free throw line in the C-USA Tournament 17 points and had nine rebounds, four three games … Posted second career doublocked shots and two steals in a home ble-double with 11 points and 10 boards win over Southern Miss … The 17-point in the C-USA Tournament championship performance was his fourth-straight dougame win over UTEP … Had two steals ble-figure scoring game … Hit a careervs. the Miners … Scored four (dunk, 2 high seven FT (7-of-8 FT) vs. Southern FT) of his six second-half points in an Miss … In a second half 3:04 span (4:028-2 run that sliced a 51-39 UTEP lead 0:58), had a steal and a blocked shot and to 53-47 … Only played 13 minutes vs. hit two FT to turn a 58-57 deficit into a 63East Carolina in the C-USA Tournament 58 lead (6-0 Tigers run) … Tied a season semifinal before fouling out … Scored no high with five blocks and scored 11 points points and had one board, one block and in a thrilling 63-62 road win at UCF … one steal vs. the Pirates … The scoreless Hit two baskets and had a key block in the game was only his second of the season final five minutes to set up the Bartons’ … Had seven points and four rebounds in (Will and Antonio) game-tying and gamethe C-USA Tournament quarterfinal win winning three-pointers … Had 13 points, over Southern Miss … Played 20 minutes nine rebounds and four blocked shots in a vs. the Golden Eagles before fouling out home loss to Tulsa … Attempted a career… Hit 3-of-4 FT in the final six minutes high 13 FG vs. the Golden Hurricane … vs. Southern Miss to help Memphis mainScored 14 points and added five boards tain its lead … in a road loss at Marshall … The 14-point Conference USA play: Saw game performance began a string of fouraction in all 16 C-USA contests … Made straight double-digit scoring contests … 13 starts … Averaged 11.8 points and Blocked a season-best five shots and add6.2 boards in 27.2 minutes of action … ed nine points and four boards in a home Had 36 blocked shots and 12 steals … Shot Black Career Highs 54.1 percent from the field and 66.2 percent Points........................................ 26 vs. UTEP (2/18/12) from the foul line Rebounds............................13, 2x, last vs. UTEP (3/8/12) … Had nine double- FG Made................................... 10 vs. UTEP (2/18/12) figure scoring games FG Attempted............... 13, 2x, last vs. UTEP (2/18/12) in C-USA action … 3P FG Made........................................................None Had 10 games in C- 3P FG Attempted....................................................... None USA play with six FT Made..........................7 vs. Southern Miss (2/12/11) or more boards … FT Attempted............................ 10 vs. UTEP (2/18/12) Ranked among the C- Assists.......... 2, 2x, last vs. Northwestern St. (11/17/10) USA leaders (league Blocks........................... 7 vs. Robert Morris (12/29/11) games only) in scor- Steals...................................2, 11x, last vs. UTEP (3/8/12) ing (24th), field goal Minutes Played........................... 38 vs. Xavier (2/4/12) percentage (3rd), re-

BLACK CAREER STATISTICS

— Total — — 3-Point — — Rebounds — Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-A Pct FG-A Pct FT-A Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO A TO B ST Pts-Avg 2010-11 35-24 792/22.6 122-231 .528 0-0 .000 74-126 .587 96-80 176 5.0 113-8 12 47 56 27 318-9.1 2011-12 35-31 895/25.6 144-209 .689 0-0 .000 85-143 .594 72-98 170 4.9 114-6 6 45 53 22 373-10.7 Total 70-55 1687/24.1 266-440 .605 0-0 .000 159-269 .591 168-178 346 4.9 227-14 18 92 109 49 691-9.9

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… Shot 54.4 percent from the floor and 47.6 percent from the free throw line … Netted double figures in three contests … Had two games with six or more boards … Posted six points, seven rebounds, one blocked shot and two steals in a road win at Gonzaga … Had a key steal with :02 left that secured the 62-58 win for the Tigers … Played only 10 minutes and fouled out in a road loss at Tennessee … Scored 22 points and pulled down five boards in a home victory over Tennessee State … Had 10 points, two board and two blocked shots in a home setback to Georgetown … Played only nine minutes vs. the Hoyas as he suffered from coldlike symptoms … Grabbed five boards in each of Memphis’ consecutive home wins over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and Austin Peay … Scored eight points and pulled down four boards in a neutral site loss to Kansas in the Jimmy V Classic … Had 11 points, five rebounds, four blocked shots and two steals (season high) in a home victory over Western Kentucky … Netted nine points and grabbed nine rebounds in a neutral site win over LSU … Posted nine points and five boards in

CHRIS CRAWFORD GUARD • JUNIOR • 6-4 • 218 MEMPHIS, TENN. • SHEFFIELD HS

Career

Has played in 70 games, making 43 starts … Averaging 7.9 points, 3.1 rebounds and 3.6 assists … Has 118 steals and 42 blocked shots … Shooting 38.3 percent from the floor, 34.3 percent from the three-point arc and 76.1 percent from the free throw line … Has 36 games with four or more assists.

Honors

2012-13 preseason All-Conference USA second team ... 2011-12 All-Conference USA third team … Named Conference USA Freshman of the Week Dec. 20, 2010.

Team Achievements

Helped lead Memphis to backto-back Conference USA Tournament championships in 2011 and 2012 … The Tigers also won the 2011-12 Conference USA regular-season title, overcoming a one-game deficit to win the crown by two games in the last two weeks of league play … Memphis played in consecutive NCAA Tournaments in 2011 and 2012

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… The Tigers posted back-to-back, 25-win campaigns in 2010-11 (25-10 record) and 2011-

2011-12 Season (Sophomore)

Played in all 35 games and made 24 starts … Played 997 minutes (secondmost on team) … Averaged 9.1 points, 3.1 rebounds and 3.8 assists … Had 21 games with four or more assists, including sevenassist contests on seven occasions … Led team or was tied for team high in assists in 16 contests … Had one turnover or no turnovers in 15 contests … Led team with 51 three-pointers made … Ranked among Conference USA leaders in assists (8th), steals (2nd), three-pointers made per game (15th) and assist-to-turnover ratio (4th) … Postseason (NCAA/C-USA Tournaments): Started all four postseason contests … Played an average of 32.0 minutes per game in the postseason … Averaged 8.0 points, 4.5 rebounds and 4.3 assists … Had six steals … Shot 40 percent from the floor, 28.6 percent from the threepoint arc and 66.7 percent from the free throw line … In the NCAA Tournament

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each home win over Northwestern State and Centenary.

High School

In 2009-10, helped lead the Ridgeway Roadrunners to a 26-3 overall record ... Ridgeway earned a Class AAA city-title game berth and also won the District 15-AAA championship ... Averaged 16.3 points and 12.6 rebounds for Ridgeway in 2009-10 ... Was one of five finalists for The Commercial Appeal’s/ Pepsi Best of the Preps Player of the Year Award ... Named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association (TSWA) Class AAA All-State Team .... Following the season, played in the Jack Jones Shootout in Memphis, Tenn. ... A consensus top-50 recruit … Rated the No. 26 player in the country by Northstar Basketball Blog, No. 35 player by MaxPreps.com, No. 47 by Rivals.com, No. 48 by PrepStars.com and No. 54 by ESPN.com … Rivals.com ranked him the No. 7 center in the nation … Rated the No. 18 power forward by Scout.com …

second-round game vs. Saint Louis, had three points, five boards and three steals ….Committed only one turnover in 37 minutes of action vs. the Billikens … In the Conference USA Tournament (three games), averaged 9.7 points, 4.3 rebounds and 5.7 assists … Had three steals … Shot 50 percent from the field, 44.4 percent from the three-point line and 75 percent from the charity stripe … Scored 10 points, grabbed three rebounds and dished out seven assists (tied season high) in the C-USA Tournament championship game win over Marshall … Had eight points, five boards and three assists in the C-USA Tournament semifinal victory over UCF … Dished out a season-high tying seven assists and added 11 points, five rebounds, one block and two steals in the C-USA Tournament quarterfinal win over UTEP … Accounted for all seven points in a 7-2 first-half run that turned a 20-17 deficit into a 24-22 lead … In that spurt, had two assists (led to five points) and a layup … Dished out two assists (Joe Jackson trey, Will Barton dunk) in a 5-2 second-half opening run that extended a 31-26 lead to 36-28 … Conference USA play: Saw action in all 16 league games … Made 11 starts … Averaged 11.1 points, 2.9 rebounds and 3.5 assists … Posted 10 double-figure scoring games … Had nine contests with four or more assists … Had 32 steals and 10 blocked shots … Shot 47.2 percent from the floor, 43.7 percent from the three-point line and 78.6 percent from the free throw line … Ranked among C-USA leaders (league games only) in scoring (24th), field goal percentage (13th), assists (9th), steals (3rd), three-point field goal

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A member of the Memphis Magic Elite AAU team — along with teammates Chris Crawford, Joe Jackson and Jelan Kendrick — that won the national championship at the prestigious adidas Super 64 Tournament in Las Vegas in the summer of 2009 … Scored 16 points in the championship victory ... In 2008-09, helped lead Ridgeway to the District 15-AAA championship and a 26-6 overall record … Averaged 15.7 points and 11.8 rebounds for Ridgeway in 2008-09 ... The Roadrunners defeated White Station 68-63 for the district title … Scored 14 points in the district championship game and was named the district tournament MVP … Ridgeway advanced to the Region 8-AAA semifinals before falling to Melrose 62-54.

Personal

Full name is Tarik Bernard Black ... Son of Lawrence and Judith Black ... Birthday is November 22 ... An Organizational Leadership major.

percentage (2nd), three-pointers made per game (7th) and assist-to-turnover ratio (3rd) … Handed out a season-high tying seven assists and added five points, four rebounds, two blocked shots and three steals in the regular-season finale win at Tulsa … Had three assists in the game’s opening eight minutes that helped Memphis build an 18-5 advantage … Had 11 points, five boards, five assists and two steals in the regular-season home finale win over UCF … Nearly posted a tripledouble with 16 points, seven boards and seven assists (tied season best) in a road victory at Marshall … Also had one block and three steals vs. the Thundering Herd … Scored seven of his 10 first-half points in the final 6:50 before the half to help Memphis maintain its lead … Had two assists, one rebound and one steal (led to a layup) in a 7-0 game-clinching spurt in the second half (from 4:07 to 3:03) that extended a 71-62 lead to 78-62 … Had his lone scoreless game of season in a home win over East Carolina … Netted only three points in a home loss to UTEP … Tied a career best with five steals and added 15 points and six assists in a road win at Tulane … Scored five points and had one assist and one steal in a 13-5 second-half run (8:18 to 2:33) that extended a 60-54 lead to 73-59 … Scored 16 points and had four assists and a career-best five steals in a home win over UAB … Had no turnovers in 30 minutes of action vs. the Blazers … Netted 16 points in a road win at East Carolina … Scored a careerhigh 23 points in a road setback at Southern Miss … Also set career bests for FG made (9) and FG attempts (15) and tied a career high for treys made (5) vs. South-

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win over UCF … Scored 15 points and had six boards and four blocks in a road win at UAB … Hit two FT with :25 left in overtime to give Memphis a 75-70 lead (Tigers won 76-73) … Converted a threepoint play with 1:30 left in regulation to give the Tigers a 65-64 lead … Had nine points and eight boards in a come-frombehind 76-75 road win at Southern Miss … Grabbed seven of his eight boards in the second half … Grabbed two clutch offensive rebounds in the same possession with 1:30 left … Second board led to a Will Barton basket that gave Memphis a 73-70 lead … In his first Conference USA start, scored 12 points and pulled down nine boards in a home win over Marshall … Had nine points and five rebounds in a road setback at SMU … Scored 12 points, grabbed seven boards and blocked two shots in the C-USA opener vs. East Carolina … Non-conference play (regular season games only): Played in all 15 non-conference games … Made seven starts … Averaged 18.8 minutes per game … Posted averages of 7.1 points and 4.1 rebounds … Had 19 blocked shots and 10 steals

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Players ern Miss … Netted 18 of the Tigers’ 34 first-half points vs. the Golden Eagles … Had 15 points and seven assists in a home win over Rice … Grabbed a career-best eight rebounds in a road loss at UCF … Also had 12 points and five assists vs. the Knights … Scored 19 points and added three rebounds and four assists in a road win at Houston … Tied a career high with five treys made vs. the Cougars … Netted only six points in a home win over Southern Miss, but hit two free throws with 32 seconds left to clinch the victory … Had 10 points, two assists, two blocked shots and three steals in a road win at UAB … Non-conference play (regular season games only): Played in all 15 non-league contests … Made nine starts … Averaged 7.3 points, 3.1 rebounds and 4.1 assists … Had four or more assists in 10 games … Posted 25 steals and 15 blocked shots … Shot 38.2 percent from the floor, 35.6 percent from the three-point arc and 80 percent from the charity stripe … Scored five points in a home victory over Xavier … Had a solid all-around performance in a home win over Tennessee with five points, six boards, five assists, one block and four steals … Dished out four assists and added five points and two steals in a home win over Charlotte … Handed out five assists and blocked two shots in a home victory over Robert Morris … Netted 17 points and had five assists, four rebounds and two steals in a road setback at Georgetown … Had 11 points, five rebounds, five assists and two blocked shots in a home win over Lipscomb … Stuffed the stat sheet with 12 points, five boards, four assists, two blocked shots and three steals in a road loss at Louisville … Blocked a career-high three shots and dished out seven assists (tied season high) in a home setback to Murray State … Had nine points, five assists and four

steals in a road victory at Miami (Fla.) … Dished out a season-high tying seven assists and scored nine points in a home win over Austin Peay … Had 14 points, six rebounds, three assists and four steals in a home victory over Jackson State … Averaged only 5.3 points in the Maui Invitational (three games) … Handed out a season-best seven assists, blocked two shots and had three steals in a win over Tennessee in the Maui Invitational … Scored only two points and had one board and one assist in the season-opening win over Belmont.

2010-11 Season (Freshman)

Played in all 35 games and made 19 starts … Played 920 minutes (secondmost on team) … Averaged 6.6 points, 3.1 rebounds and 3.3 assists … Had 15 games with four or more assists … Led team or was tied for team high in assists in 17 contests, including the last 7-of-9 games of the season … Led team with 44 threepointers made … Ranked among Conference USA leaders in assists (10th), steals (6th) and assist-to-turnover ratio (9th) … Ranked among C-USA freshmen leaders in scoring (10th), rebounding (8th), free throw percentage (4th), steals (1st), blocked shots (9th) and assists (3rd) … Postseason (NCAA/C-USA Tournaments): Started all four postseason contests … Averaged 7.0 points, 3.3 rebounds and 4.3 assists … Had eight steals … Shot 39.1 percent from the floor and 44.4 percent from the three-point arc … In the NCAA Tournament second-round game vs. Arizona, had six points, six assists, three steals (tied season high) and two rebounds ….Committed no turnovers in 26 minutes of action vs. Arizona … In the Conference USA Tournament (three games), averaged 7.3 points, 3.7 rebounds and 3.7 assists … Had Crawford Career Highs five steals … Shot 41.2 percent from the Points............................. 23 vs. Southern Miss (2/1/12) field and 46.2 percent Rebounds............................................8 vs. UCF (1/18/12) from the three-point FG Made.......................... 9 vs. Southern Miss (2/1/12) line … Scored 15 FG Attempted................. 15 vs. Southern Miss (2/1/12) points and added six 3P FG Made.........5, 4x, last vs. Southern Miss (2/1/12) boards, three assists 3P FG Attempted...........8, 4x, last vs. Houston (1/14/12) and two steals in the FT Made..................4, 3x, last vs. Lipscomb (12/19/11) Tigers’ C-USA TourFT Attempted...................... 5 vs. Tennessee (11/22/11) nament championAssists.............................9 vs. Tennessee State (1/2/11) ship game win over Blocks.............................3 vs. Murray State (12/11/12) UTEP … Netted all Steals..................................5, 2x, last vs. Tulane (2/15/12) 15 points on five treys Minutes Played...40, 2x, last vs. Southern Miss (2/1/12) … The five threepointers tied a career

high … Three of his five treys came in the final 6:56 of the title game (started 20-10 run to close the contest) … His last threepointer came with 1:53 left and tied the game at 65-all … Had five points, three assists and two steals in the C-USA Tournament semifinal win over East Carolina … Committed no turnovers in 28 minutes vs. the Pirates … Dished out five assists and grabbed four boards in the C-USA Tournament quarterfinal win over Southern Miss … Conference USA play: Made appearances in all 16 games … Started seven league games … Averaged 5.1 points, 2.7 rebounds and 3.4 assists … Had 24 steals and nine blocked shots … Shot 27 percent from the field and 80 percent from the free throw line … Dished out three or more assists in 11 conference games … Ranked among C-USA leaders (league games only) in assists (13th), steals (8th) and assist-to-turnover ratio (9th) … Handed out seven assists and added five points and four boards in the regular season finale win over Tulane … Hit a three-pointer with 4:27 left vs. Tulane that gave Memphis the lead for good at 57-55 … On next possession, assisted on Tarik Black’s dunk to extend the Tigers’ lead to 59-55 … Had five assists, five rebounds and four points in a road loss at East Carolina … Tied a season best with three steals in a road loss at UTEP … Posted five points, five boards and five assists in a home win over Houston … Pulled down a seasonbest seven boards in a home win over Southern Miss … Added nine points, five assists and two blocked shots vs. Southern Miss … Was 4-of-4 from the free throw line in the final 2:20 to help seal the 6761 win over the Golden Eagles … Helped defend Southern Miss’ All-C-USA first teamer Gary Flowers, who was held to 14 points … Scored 10 points and dished out seven assists in a home win over UCF … Had eight points, two assists and three steals (tied season high) in a road win at UAB … Netted 12 points and added two boards, two assists and two steals in a road win at Southern Miss … Scored all 12 of his points in the second half … Scored seven of his 12 points in an 11-3 second-half run that cut a 48-36 deficit to 51-47 … Hit a three-pointer with 5:50 left to start a 14-4 run that turned a 62-57 deficit into a 71-66 lead with 2:51 left … Opened C-USA play with six points and three steals (tied season high) in a home win over East Carolina …

Non-conference play (regular season games only): Played in all 15 non-league contests … Made eight starts … Averaged 8.1 points, 3.4 rebounds and 3.0 assists … Had three or more assists in eight games … Posted 23 steals and six blocked shots … Shot 37.4 percent from the floor, 36.6 percent from the three-point arc and 75 percent from the charity stripe … Played a season-low 10 minutes in the Tigers’ 62-58 road win at Gonzaga … Had four points, four assists and three boards in a road loss at Tennessee … Dished out a career-best nine assists in a home win over Tennessee State … Also scored seven points and grabbed six boards vs. Tennessee State … Netted nine points in a home loss to Georgetown … Handed out five assists and had three steals (tied season high) in a home win over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi … Scored 18 points and added four boards, four assists and two steals in a home win over Austin Peay … Scored his 18 points on 6-of-11 FG, 5-of-8 treys and 1-of-3 FT … The six FG made tied a season high and the five three-pointers were a career best … Had only one turnover in 32 minutes of action vs. Austin Peay … Hit two treys in a 1:11 span in the second half to wipe out a 4739 Austin Peay lead and tie the contest at 47-all … Accounted for Tigers’ first nine points in overtime period vs. Austin Peay … Hit two three-pointers to give Memphis a 62-60 lead and then assisted on a Will Barton trey for a 65-62 advantage … Scored 15 points and had two boards and three steals (tied season high) in a neutralsite loss to Kansas in the Jimmy V Classic … Committed a season-high five miscues and had a season-best three steals in a home win over Arkansas State … Had six points, five boards, six assists, one block and two steals in a home win over Tennessee Martin … Posted 12 points, two rebounds, two assists and two blocks in a neutral-site win over LSU … Scored all 12 points in the second half vs. LSU … With game tied at 57-all with under four minutes to play, hit a three-pointer to give Memphis a 60-57 lead … Blocked an LSU three-pointer with 1:34 left and Memphis leading 64-59, and then on ensuing possession, hit a three-pointer to extend the lead to 67-59 with 1:02 on the clock … Scored eight points and grabbed three rebounds in a home win over Miami, Fla., with all coming in the second half … Hit a layup with 3:00 left to cut the Miami lead to 63-61, and then at the 1:53 mark, connected on a three-pointer

CRAWFORD CAREER STATISTICS

— Total — — 3-Point — — Rebounds — Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-A Pct FG-A Pct FT-A Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO A TO B ST Pts-Avg 2010-11 35-19 920/26.3 82-249 .329 44-147 .299 23-31 .742 16-91 107 3.1 59-1 117 74 15 55 231-6.6 2011-12 35-24 997/28.5 119-276 .431 51-130 .392 31-40 .775 9-101 110 3.1 73-0 134 71 27 63 320-9.1 Total 70-43 1917/27.4 201-525 .383 95-277 .343 54-71 .761 25-192 217 3.1 132-1 251 145 42 118 551-7.9

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to give Memphis a 66-65 lead … With the Tigers holding a 68-66 lead, ripped a rebound away from a Miami player with :41 left … Rebound led to an Antonio Barton FT to extend the Memphis lead to 69-66 … In collegiate debut vs. Centenary, had a perfect shooting game with 6-of-6 FG and 4-of-4 treys en route to his 16-point performance … Also pulled down three boards and had two steals in the home win over Centenary.

High School

In his senior campaign in 2009-10, helped lead Sheffield High School to a 25-6 overall record ... The Knights won their third-straight District 16-AA title and the school’s first Memphis Interscholastic

Athletic Association (MIAA) Class AA city title since 1985 ... Sheffield won the city crown with a 59-53 double overtime win over Trezevant ... In his final season as a Knight, averaged a District 16-AA best 19.7 points ... Selected the MVP of the District 16-AA Tournament after scoring a team-high 17 points in the championship game victory over Hillcrest (61-58) ... With Sheffield clinging to a 57-55 lead with under a minute to play, threw down a one-hand slam dunk to extend lead to 5955 ... Seconds later, assisted on the championship-clinching basket to give Sheffield a 61-57 lead en route to the win ... Was one of five finalists for The Commercial Appeal’s/Pepsi Best of the Preps Player of the Year Award ... Named to the Tennessee

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won 25 or more games both years … Helped lead Memphis to one Conference USA regular-season championship in 2011-12 … The Tigers won two Conference USA Tournament crowns in 2011 and 2012 … Memphis played in back-to-back NCAA Tournaments in 2011 and 2012.

GUARD • JUNIOR • 5-10 • 170 MEMPHIS, TENN. • MITCHELL HS

Career

Has played in 13 games … Averaging 0.2 rebounds … All five career field goal attempts have been three-pointers.

Honors

Named to the Tiger 3.0 Club for the 2010 fall semester.

2011-12 Season (Sophomore)

Played in 10 games … Averaged 0.2 Team Achievements boards … Helped Memphis compile a 51-19 Postseason (NCAA/C-USA Tournaoverall record (.729 winning percentage) in his two seasons … The Tigers ments): Played in two postseason games, with both coming in the Conference USA Tournament … Saw one minute of action Draper Career Highs in the C-USA TournaPoints..................................................................None ment championship Rebounds..............................1, 2x, last vs. UCF (2/28/12) game win over MarFG Made.............................................................None shall … Played two FG Attempted............. 1, 5x, last vs. Marshall (3/10/12) minutes in the C-USA 3P FG Made........................................................None Tournament semifinal 3P FG Attempted.......... 1, 5x, last vs. Marshall (3/10/12) game victory over FT Made..............................................................None UCF … FT Attempted............................... 2 vs. UAB (2/11/12) Conference USA Assists.................................................................None play: Saw action in Blocks.................................................................None five league contests Steals........................................................................... None … Averaged 0.4 reMinutes Played........................ 3 vs. Houston (1/14/12) bounds … Played one

minute in the regular-season finale victory at Tulsa … In regular-season home finale vs. UCF, saw one minute of action … Tied a career high with one rebound in the win over the Knights … Played one minute in a road win at Marshall … Pulled down one board (career high) in a home victory over UAB … Played a career-best three minutes in a road win at Houston … Non-conference play (regular season games only): Played in three non-league games … Saw one minute of game action in a home win over Robert Morris … Played two minutes in a home victory over Austin Peay … Saw first game action of season in a home win over Jackson State.

2010-11 Season (Freshman)

Saw action in three games … Averaged 0.0 points and 0.0 rebounds … All three of his field goal attempts were threepointers … Missed the second semester of the 2010-11 season as a result of injuries suffered in a car accident … Postseason (NCAA/C-USA Tournaments): Did not play in the postseason as a result of minor injuries suffered in a car accident … Conference USA play: Did not see action in league games as a result of injuries suffered in a car accident … Non-conference play (regular season games only): Played in three non-conference games … Averaged 0.0 points and 0.0 boards … All three of his field goal attempts were three-pointers … Missed the second semester of the 2010-11 season as a result of minor injuries suffered in a car accident … Played one minute in a home win over Lipscomb … Saw one minute

Helped lead Sheffield to an 19-15 overall record in 2008-09 … The Knights earned a Class AA state tournament berth and advanced to the state quarterfinals … The Class AA state tournament appearance was the first in Sheffield High School history … Averaged 18.3 points his junior campaign to lead the Knights … Named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association (TSWA) All-State team for Class AA.

Personal

Full name is Marcus Christopher Crawford ... Son of Betty Crawford ... Birthday is September 30 ... An Interdisciplinary Studies major.

of action in a home victory over Tennessee Martin … Played a season-high two minutes in the home-opening victory over Centenary.

High School

Attended Mitchell High School in Memphis, Tenn. ... Played both basketball and baseball for the Tigers ... Four-year member of the Mitchell Tiger basketball team ... Mitchell advanced to the Tennessee Class AA state tournament championship game in 2007 and 2008, finishing as state runner-up both years ... The 2006-07 squad posted a 28-13 record, while the 2007-08 team went 25-9 ... As a junior and senior, served as the hoops squad team captain ... Was a two-year starter for the Tigers ... Averaged 13.6 points, 4.7 assists and 3.2 rebounds as a senior in 200910 ... Earned All-District and Academic All-District honors ... On the baseball diamond, was a fouryear starter for Mitchell ... Also served team captain all four years ... Helped lead the Tigers to the school’s first appearance in the Tennessee Class AA state tournament in 2009 ... En route to the state tournament appearance, Mitchell won the District 16-AA and regional crowns ... Named All-Metro three years ... Selected the district’s Player of the Year two years ... Member of Mitchell High School’s National Honor Society, Leadership Team and Student Council ... Also served as a peer mediator at Mitchell.

Personal

Son of Leonard and Wanda Draper ... Birthday is June 26 ... A Sport and Leisure Management major.

DRAPER CAREER STATISTICS

— Total — — 3-Point — — Rebounds — Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-A Pct FG-A Pct FT-A Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO A TO B ST Pts-Avg 2010-11 3-0 4/1.3 0-3 .000 0-3 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0 0.0 1-0 0 0 0 0 0-0.0 2011-12 10-0 15/1.5 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 0-2 2 0.2 1-0 0 1 0 0 0-0.0 Total 13-0 19/1.5 0-5 .000 0-5 .000 0-2 .000 0-2 2 0.2 2-0 0 1 0 0 0-0.0

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Sports Writers Association (TSWA) Class AA All-State Team for the second-straight year ... Following the season, played in the Jack Jones Shootout in Memphis, Tenn. ... A top-75 prospect … Ranked the No. 66 player in the country by Rivals.com … Rivals.com also ranked him the No. 16 shooting guard in the nation … Ranked among top 40 shooting guards in the country by ESPN.com (No. 34) and Scout.com (No. 38) … A member of the Memphis Magic Elite AAU team that won the national championship at the prestigious adidas Super 64 Tournament in Las Vegas in the summer of 2009 … Scored 16 points in the championship victory … Netted the gamewinning basket in the tournament final ...

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goal percentage (51.4) and free throw percentage (76.4) ... The Broncbusters finished the 2011-12 season with a 17-12 record ... In 201011 at Chipola College, averaged 10.6 points, 3.6 rebounds and 3.2 assists ... Shot 39 percent from the field and 85 percent from the free throw line ... Helped lead the Indians to a 25-6 overall record and the Panhandle Conference championship ... Chipola’s season ended in the NJCAA Region 8 title game.

GUARD • JUNIOR • 6-3 • 197 DAYTON, OHIO • DUNBAR HS • CHIPOLA COLLEGE (FLA.) • GARDEN CITY COMMUNITY COLLEGE (KAN.)

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Played his junior college career at Chipola College (Fla.) in 2010-11 and Garden City Community College (Kan.) in 2011-12 ... Played in 25 games at Garden City in 2011-12 ... Led the Broncbusters in scoring with a 19.6 average and also posted a 5.6 rebounding average (fourth on team) ... Also tops on the Garden City team in assists (4.6 apg), field

JOE JACKSON GUARD • JUNIOR • 6-1 • 171 MEMPHIS, TENN. • WHITE STATION HS

Career

Has played in 69 games, making 46 starts … Averaging 10.4 points, 3.5 assists and 2.2 rebounds … Has 77 steals and 10 blocked shots … Shooting 42.6 percent from the floor, 30.6 percent from the three-point arc and 78.5 percent from the free throw line … Has 35 double-figure scoring games … Has 28 contest in which he dished out four or more assists.

Honors

2012-13 preseason All-Conference USA second team ... 2011 and 2012 Conference USA Tournament MVP … First time in league history that a player earned back-to-back conference tournament MVP honors … 2011 and 2012 Conference USA All-Tournament Team … Named to 2011-12 John Wooden Award preseason watch list ... 2011-12 preseason All-Conference USA second team ... Named Conference USA Freshman of the Week Dec. 27, 2010 ... Earned Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll distinction in 2011 and 2012 ... Nominated for 2011-12 C-USA Scholar Athlete of the Year ... Member of Tiger 3.0 Club for the 2012 spring semester … Made Dean’s List for the 2011 spring semester ... Member of

1 the Tiger 3.0 Club for the 2010 fall and 2011 spring semesters.

What Could Happen In 2012-13

On his pace of 360 points per season, could pass the 1,000-point milestone … Needs 281 points to reach 1,000 points … On his pace of 120 assists per season, could pass 350 assists … If he reaches 1,000 points and 350 assists, would be the ninth player in school history to do so.

Team Achievements

Helped lead Memphis to backto-back Conference USA Tournament championships in 2011 and 2012 … The Tigers also won the 2011-12 Conference USA regular-season title, overcoming a one-game deficit to win the crown by two games in the last two weeks of league play … Memphis played in consecutive NCAA Tournaments in 2011 and 2012 … The Tigers posted back-to-back, 25-win campaigns in 2010-11 (25-10 record) and 2011-12 (26-9).

2011-12 Season (Sophomore)

Played in 34 games and made 19 starts … Played 914 minutes, third-most on the team … Averaged 11.0 points, 3.9

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Prior to junior college, played at Dunbar High School in Dayton, Ohio ... As a senior in 2009-10, was rated among the top-100 players in the country (Rivals. com No. 100; ESPN.com No. 56) ... Also ranked among the nation’s top-25 shooting guards (Rivals.com No. 25; ESPN. com No. 18) ... Led his high school to the Ohio Division 2 state crown in 2009-10 ... Scored 24 points and dished out seven assists in helping the Wolverines win the state title over previously unbeaten Port Clinton ... For his performance, was named the Ohio Division 2 state tournament MVP ... Named to the Ohio Division 2 All-State first team ... Averaged 16.8 points, 4.6 assists, 4.5 rebounds and 2.5 steals in helping lead Dunbar to a 25-3 overall record and a perfect 10-0 Dayton City League mark ... The Wolverines also won the Dayton Public League crown and finished the year as the No. 3 team in the state of Ohio ... Selected the Dayton Daily News Division 2 Player of the Year ... As a junior in 2008-09, averaged 18.1 assists and 2.2 rebounds … Second on team in scoring and assists … Netted double figures in 17 games … Led team or was tied for team lead in assists 13 times … Dished out four or more assists 16 times … Ranked among Conference USA leaders in assists (7th), free throw percentage (3rd), steals (9th) and assist-turnover ratio (7th) … Postseason (NCAA/C-USA Tournaments): Started all four postseason games ... Averaged over 30 minutes (30.8 mpg) … Averaged 13.5 points, 4.0 assists, 2.8 rebounds and 1.8 steals … Had a 2.0 assist-turnover ratio … Shot 44.4 percent from the field and 71.4 percent from the charity stripe … Netted double figures in three of the four postseason games … Had eight points, four boards and four assists in the NCAA Tournament second-round game vs. Saint Louis … Dished out an assist on a Wesley Witherspoon dunk and added a basket in a 13-2 second-half run to turn a 27-24 deficit into a 37-29 lead … In the three C-USA Tournament games, averaged 15.3 points, 4.0 assists, 2.3 rebounds and 2.3 assists … Shot 50 percent from the floor and 75 percent from the charity stripe … Scored a game-high 19 points in the C-USA championship game win over Marshall … Hit 4-of-10 FG, 1-of-3 treys and 10-of-11 FT in netting his 19 points … Also had six assists and three boards vs. the Thundering Herd … Scored seven of his 11 first-half points and added two assists in a 27-8 run that extended an 18-17 Tigers lead to 45-25 … Netted all eight of his second-half points from the free throw line (8-of-9 FT) … Had 10 points, two assists, two steals and two rebounds in the C-USA Tournament semifinal win over UCF … Scored a game-high 17 points in the C-USA Tournament quarterfinal victory over UTEP

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points, 4.5 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 2.9 steals ... Dunbar finished the year with a 14-6 overall record and a 6-2 Dayton City League mark ... Honors earned as a junior included Dayton City League Player of the Year, All-Dayton City first team, Division 2 Southwest Ohio first team, Dayton Daily News Division 2 All-Dayton first team and Ohio Division 2 All-State honorable mention.

Personal

Son of Duana Hancock ... Birthday is August 9 ... An Interdisciplinary Studies major.

… Had a career-high five steals and added four assists and two boards vs. the Miners … Recorded a steal that led to his own dunk which ignited a 7-2 run to close the first half and give Memphis a 31-26 halftime lead … Scored four points (2 FT, jumper) in an 11-0 run to close the game after UTEP had pulled to within seven at 54-47 … Conference USA play: Saw game action in all 16 C-USA contests … Made four starts … Averaged 9.9 points, 4.1 assists and 2.0 boards … Shot 42.1 percent from the field, 30.8 percent from the three-point line and 85.7 percent from the foul line … Had 19 steals and two blocked shots … Had six double-figure scoring games in C-USA action … Ranked among the league leaders (C-USA games only) in assists (7th), free throw percentage (4th), steals (12th) and assist-turnover ratio (7th) … Posted 16 points and five assists in the regular-season finale win at Tulsa … Played a career-high 38 minutes vs. the Golden Hurricane … Accounted for nine points (2 FT, 1 three-point play, 2 assists) in a 14-3 second-half spurt that extended a 44-36 lead to 58-39 … Dished out a career-best 10 assists and added nine points in the regular-season home finale victory over UCF … Set career highs for FT made (13) and FT attempts (15) in a win at Marshall … Scored 21 points and had five boards and six assists vs. the Thundering Herd … Accounted for six points (3 FT, assist on three-point play) in an 8-1 second-half run that extended a 54-49 lead to 62-50 … Hit 6-of-6 FT and added a dunk in the final three minutes vs. the Herd … Scored 13 points and added seven assists, five rebounds and two assists in a home win over East Carolina … Had seven points and four steals in a home loss to UTEP … Scored 10 points

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a career-high tying six boards and scored 20 points in a loss to Georgetown in the Maui Invitational … Hit a career-high tying eight FG vs. the Hoyas … Scored 20 points, pulled down four rebounds and dished out seven assists in the season-opening home win over Belmont … Netted his 20 points on 6-of-7 FG, 1-of-1 treys and 7-of-9 FT.

Summer 2011

A member of USA Basketball’s U19 squad that played in the FIBA World Championships in Latvia in late Juneearly July ... Helped lead Team USA to a fifth-place finish (7-2 record) ... Squad’s second-leading scorer with an 11.6 average ... Led Team USA with 37 assists (4.1 apg) and also averaged 3.0 boards ... Shot 44.8 percent from the floor, 31.3 percent from the arc and 77.8 percent from the charity stripe ... In the fifth-place game vs. Australia, dished out a game-high seven assists and added four points in the 78-77 victory ... Pulled down a game-best 10 boards and dished out four assists in an 84-47 win over Poland in the consolation bracket ... In the quarterfinal-round loss to Russia (79-74), scored 14 points and had two assists and two steals ... Recorded 14 points, four assists and four boards in a second-round loss to Croatia (87-85) ... Had 19 points, six assists (game high) and five boards in a secondround victory over Lithuania (107-105, ot) ... Helped lead Team USA to an 83-54 second round pool play win over Canada with eight points, four assists ... Had nine points and a team-high five assists in an 82-66 win over China in first round pool play ... Scored a team-high 19 points, including 7-of-7 FT, in Team USA’s 80-78 win over Serbia in first round pool play ... In opening game win in first round pool play, scored 15 points, grabbed three rebounds and added three assists in a 115-60 victory over Egypt.

2010-11 Season (Freshman)

Played in all 35 games and made 27 starts … Played 765 minutes … Averaged 9.9 points, 3.1 assists and 2.1 rebounds … Led team in scoring eight times, including all three Conference USA Tournament games … Netted double figures in 18 games … Led team or was tied for team lead in assists 14 times … Dished out four or more assists 12 times … Ranked among Conference USA leaders in assists

(14th) … Ranked among C-USA fresha dunk to give Memphis a 62-59 lead with men leaders in scoring (4th), rebounding :30 left … Hit two FT with :10 left to give (14th), three-point field goal percentage Memphis its final margin of victory at 66(10th), free throw percentage (6th), steals 63 … (4th) and assists (4th) … Conference USA play: Saw game Postseason (NCAA/C-USA Touraction in all 16 C-USA contests … Made naments): Played in all four postseason 12 starts … Averaged 8.0 points, 2.3 asgames ... Came off the bench in all four sists and 1.7 boards … Shot 47.3 percontests, but averaged nearly 24 minutes a cent from the field, 30 percent from the game (23.8 mpg) … Averaged 16.5 points, three-point line and 62.1 percent from 3.0 assists and 1.5 rebounds … Shot 56.3 the foul line … Had 16 steals and one percent from the field, 80 percent from block … Had six double-figure scoring the three-point line and 83.9 percent games in C-USA action … Closed the from the charity stripe … Netted double C-USA regular season with six points, figures in all four postseason games … two boards, two assists and two steals in Despite playing with foul trouble, had the home finale win over Tulane … Had 10 points, two rebounds and two assists eight points, four boards (tied C-USA in the NCAA Tournament second round high), two assists and three steals (tied game vs. Arizona … Scored his 10 points season high) in a road loss at UTEP … on 2-of-3 FG and 6-of-8 FT … In three Scored nine points in consecutive games C-USA Tournament games, averaged vs. Houston (home win) and Rice (road 18.7 points, 3.3 assists and 1.3 rebounds loss) … Netted 12 points in a home win … Shot 55.2 percent from the floor, 80 over UAB on 3-of-5 FG and 6-of-8 FT … percent from the arc and 87 percent from Hit 3-of-4 FT in final :35 vs. the Blazers the free throw line in the three games … to secure the 62-58 win … Scored a CIn C-USA Tournament title game victory USA regular season-high 16 points in a over UTEP, had 17 points, seven assists home setback to Tulsa … Also had three and two boards … Played 35 minutes, boards, two assists, one block and one including the entire 20 minutes in the secsteal vs. the Golden Hurricane … Posted ond half … Netted 12 of his 17 points in 12 points, three boards and two assists in a the final 10:17 of the game … In the final road loss at Marshall … Scored 12 points 6:12 in which Memphis overcame a 62- and added two rebounds, three assists and 50 deficit, accounted for 11 of the Tigers’ three steals (tied season high) in a home 17 points in their 17-4 game-ending run victory over UCF … Dished out a C-USA … In that run, scored eight points and asregular season-high seven assists in a road sisted on a Will Barton three-point play … win at UAB … Also had two points, three Hit the two championship-clinching free boards and two steals vs. the Blazers … throws with 7.8 seconds left in the game Assisted on two three-pointers in the final … Netted a career-high 24 points in the 3:04 that turned a 62-59 UAB lead into C-USA Tournament semifinal win over a 68-66 Memphis advantage … Assists East Carolina … Scored his 24 points on came on treys by Chris Crawford (62-all 8-of-12 FG, 3-of-3 treys and 5-of-5 FT … tie with 3:04 left) and Will Barton (68-66 The eight FG made and three treys made Memphis lead with :54 left) … Had 10 were career highs … Played only 24 minpoints, four rebounds and four assists in utes vs. the Pirates … In the C-USA Tourthe Tigers’ come-from-behind 76-75 win nament quarterfinal victory over Southern at Southern Miss … Assisted on Charles Miss, scored 15 points in 17 minutes played Jackson Career Highs … Shot 4-of-7 from the field and 7-of-8 from the free throw Points............................. 24 vs. East Carolina (3/11/11) line … Scored nine Rebounds................6, 3x, last vs. Georgetown (11/23/11) of his 15 points in the FG Made............. 8, 2x, last vs. Georgetown (11/23/11) second half, including FG Attempted................ 15 vs. Murray State (12/11/11) seven in the final 8:28 3P FG Made..................... 3 vs. East Carolina (3/11/11) of the game … With 3P FG Attempted.................4, 7x, last vs. UTEP (3/8/12) under minute to play FT Made................................ 13 vs. Marshall (2/25/12) and the Tigers cling- FT Attempted........................ 15 vs. Marshall (2/25/12) ing to a 60-59 lead, Assists.........................................10 vs. UCF (2/28/12) received a pass from Blocks....................... 2 vs. Texas A&M-CC (12/20/10) Antonio Barton and Steals...................................................5 vs. UTEP (3/8/12) drove to the basket for Minutes Played............................. 38 vs. Tulsa (3/3/12)

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— Total — — 3-Point — — Rebounds — Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-A Pct FG-A Pct FT-A Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO A TO B ST Pts-Avg 2010-11 35-27 765/21.9 110-255 .431 19-61 .311 106-146 .726 27-47 74 2.1 77-2 109 115 5 35 345-9.9 2011-12 34-19 914/26.9 108-257 .420 19-63 .302 139-166 .837 11-64 75 2.2 64-0 131 83 5 42 374-11.0 Total 69-46 1679/24.3 218-512 .426 38-124 .306 245-312 .785 38-111 149 2.2 141-2 240 198 10 77 719-10.4

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in a road win at Tulane … Handed out seven assists and added seven points in a road victory at East Carolina … Scored 14 points and had three assists in a road loss at Southern Miss … Posted seven points, six assists and three boards in a road loss at UCF … Hit a clutch three-pointer with the shot clock running down to give Memphis a 67-65 lead with :43 left … Had 16 points (6-of-7 FG, 4-of-5 FT) and five assists in a road victory at Houston … Played a season-low 12 minutes in the CUSA opener at UAB (3 points) … Non-conference play (regular season games only): Played in 14 of the 15 non-league contests … Made 11 starts … Posted averages of 11.6 points, 3.5 assists and 2.3 rebounds … Had 16 steals and three blocked shots … Shot 41.2 percent from the floor, 32.1 percent from the arc and 86.8 percent from the free throw line … Netted double figures in eight contests, including four 20-point performances … Had five games with four more assists … Came off the bench with 14 points, eight assists, three boards and three steals in a come-from-behind home victory over Xavier … Hit 8-of-8 FT in the final 6:16 to fuel a spark that turned a 62-51 deficit into a 72-68 win … Nailed two FT with :04 on the clock to seal the victory … Had seven points and four assists in a home win over Tennessee … Scored all seven points and dished out three of his four assists in the second half vs. the Volunteers … Had lone scoreless game of the season vs. Robert Morris (third scoreless game of career) … Dished out three assists and pulled down three rebounds in a loss at Georgetown … Scored 10 points and added three boards and three assists in a home win over Lipscomb … Netted a season-high 22 points in a road setback at Louisville … Scored his 22 points on 6-of-12 FG, 2-of-3 treys and 8-of-9 FT … Also had five rebounds, four assists and two steals vs. the Cardinals … Netted 15 of his 22 points in the second half vs. Louisville … Scored nine points in a 23-12 Tigers second-half run that turned a 47-36 deficit into a 59-all tie … Netted five points (2 FT, trey) in a 7-2 secondhalf spurt that turned a 68-63 deficit into a 70-all tie … Had 20 points and four assists in a home setback to Murray State … Scored 14 of his 20 points in the second half vs. the Racers, including five points in a five-second span … Netted 11 points and added four steals and two assists in a home victory over Austin Peay … Had 15 points, three assists and three steals in a home win over Jackson State … Grabbed

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Players Carmouche’s game-winning three-pointer with :01.2 on the clock … On the play, took the inbounds pass with :06.7 left and raced up right sideline of the court, and in stride, rifled an across-the-court, pin-point pass to Carmouche on the left side of the arc for the game-winner … Hit two jumpers in a 16-4 second-half run to turn a 62-55 deficit into a 71-66 lead (Tigers’ first lead of the game) … Dished out six assists and added four points and three steals (tied season high) in a home win over Marshall … Scored 15 points and pulled down three rebounds in a road loss at SMU … Scored six points in the C-USA home opener vs. East Carolina … Non-conference play (regular season games only): Started all 15 non-conference games … Averaged 24.6 minutes per game … Posted averages of 10.1 points, 4.0 assists and 2.7 rebounds … Had 17 steals and four blocked shots … Shot 37.1 percent from the floor, 25 percent from the arc and 77.2 percent from the free throw line … Netted double figures in eight contests … Had eight games with four more assists … Played a season-low six minutes in a road win at Gonzaga … Had 11 points, two boards and four assists in a road loss at Tennessee … Dished out a season-high tying eight assists in a home win over Tennessee State … Also had six points, two boards, two steals and one block vs. Tennessee State … Scored 13 points and handed out a season-high eight assists in a home win over Lipscomb … Had six points, five rebounds, three assists and two steals in a home setback to Georgetown … Scored 23 points and added six boards (tied career high), two assists, two blocks (career high) and two steals in a home victory over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi … Hit 9-of-10 FT vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, and the nine FT made were a season best … Grabbed a career-high six boards vs. Aus-

tin Peay … Had 15 points, six assists and two rebounds in a home win over Western Kentucky … Scored 10 points and added five assists and three boards in a home victory over Arkansas State … Scored 16 points and dished out six assists in a home win over Tennessee Martin … Scored 12 points vs. LSU in a neutral-site game in Tupelo, Miss. … Scored 17 points, grabbed three board and handed out four assists in a home win over Miami, Fla. … Assisted on Chris Crawford’s trey with 1:53 left to give Memphis a 66-65 lead … Hit two FT with :17 on the clock to extend Memphis’ lead to 71-68 … Had seven points and four assists in collegiate debut vs. Centenary.

High School

Finished decorated high school career as the second-leading scorer in the history of Shelby-Metro area high school basketball ... Completed prep career with 3,451 points (23.2 scoring average), which is second only to Bobby Smith’s 3,640 points at Melrose from 1960-65 ... Jackson’s 3,451 career points are the fourth-highest scoring total in the history of boys high school basketball in the state of Tennessee ... Trails Jimmy Montgomery from Kitrell (4,013 points; 1958-63), Bobby Smith from Melrose (3,640; 196065) and Cannon Whitby from Obion County (3,478; 1982-86) ... Following his senior campaign at White Station High School, played in the prestigious McDonald’s High School All-America Game in Columbus, Ohio ... Played 12 minutes for the East squad and had two points, two assists and one rebound in 12 minutes of action ... Accepted an invitation to attend the 2010 USA Basketball Men’s U18 National Team Training Camp in San Antonio, Texas, June 14-16, but later declined to start summer school at the University of Memphis ...

HIPPOLYTE TSAFACK FORWARD • SOPHOMORE • 6-8 • 235 YAOUNDÉ, CAMEROON • THE MILLER SCHOOL (VA.)

Career

Has played in 16 games … Averaging 0.9 points and 0.4 rebounds … Has one blocked shot … Shooting 55.6 percent from the field and 62.5 percent from the free throw line … Received a redshirt for the 2010-11 season after suffering a knee injury in late December and did not

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Honors

Member of the Tiger 3.0 Club for the 2012 spring semester.

Team Achievements

Helped lead Memphis to backto-back Conference USA Tournament championships in 2011 and 2012 … The Tigers also won the 2011-12 Conference

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Named the 2009-10 Gatorade Tennessee Boys Basketball Player of the Year ... A finalist for the Gatorade National Boys Basketball Player of the Year ... Picked up his second-straight Commercial Appeal Best of the Preps Player of the Year award in 2009-10 ... Is only the third basketball player in Best of the Preps history to earn the honor in back-to-back seasons ... Selected to Parade magazine’s All-America first team ... An ESPN/RISE All-America first team pick ... Named the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) Class AAA Mr. Basketball (Player of the Year) ... Earned TSSAA Class AAA All-Tournament Team honors ... Selected to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association (TSWA) Class AAA All-State Team for a third-straight year ... Named Bass Pro Tournament of Champions (TOC) MVP ... In 2009-10, helped lead White Station to a 28-9 overall record and a runner-up finish in the Class AAA state tournament ... Helped lead the Spartans to an appearance in the Class AAA state title game for a third-straight year ... Averaged 29.3 points, 6.2 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 2.8 steals as a senior ... Netted double figures in all 37 games and had 34 games with 20 or more points ... Had five 40-point performances, including a career-high tying 47 points vs. East High School ... A consensus top-15 recruit … Rated the No. 10 player in the nation by The Sporting News, No. 11 by MaxPreps.com, No. 12 by Rivals.com and PrepStars. com, No. 17 by Scout.com and No. 21 by ESPN.com … Scout.com listed him as the No. 4 point guard in the nation, while Rivals.com and ESPN.com ranked him the country’s No. 5 point guard … In summer of 2009, played with the Memphis Magic Elite AAU team that won the national championship at the

prestigious adidas Super 64 Tournament in Las Vegas .. Was named the Super 64’s Most Valuable Player … Scored a gamehigh 20 points in the championship victory ... In 2008-09, helped lead the Spartans to a 31-7 overall record and a 15-1 conference mark … White Station won the 2009 Tennessee Class AAA state title … Scored a combined 82 points (27.3 ppg) in the Spartans’ three state tournament games en route to the crown … Netted a game-high 35 points in the state title game victory over Raleigh-Egypt … Took home Class AAA state tournament MVP honors … Named the 2008-09 Commercial Appeal Best of the Preps Player of the Year … Averaged 26.4 points in 2008-09, which was the top scoring average in the Shelby-Metro area … Was a finalist for the TSSAA Class AAA Mr. Basketball ... Selected the Region 8-AAA Tournament MVP and also named the District 15AAA Player of the Year ... Earned TSWA All-State honors for Class AAA (secondstraight year) … As a sophomore in 2007-08, helped White Station to the Tennessee Class AAA championship game ... Selected to the TSSAA Class AAA All-Tournament Team ... Was the District 15-AAA Player of the Year ... Named to the TSWA Class AAA All-State Team ... Averaged 24.4 points for the Spartans ... A finalist for The Commercial Appeal Best of the Preps Player of the Year honor ... As a freshman in 2006-07, averaged 14.0 points ... Named to The Commercial Appeal’s Best of the Preps Class AAA All-Metro Team.

USA regular-season title, overcoming a one-game deficit to win the crown by two games in the last two weeks of league play … Memphis played in consecutive NCAA Tournaments in 2011 and 2012 … The Tigers posted back-to-back, 25-win campaigns in 2010-11 (25-10 record) and 2011-12 (26-9).

high with five minutes played in the CUSA Tournament semifinal game victory over UCF … Scored three points (1-of-2 FG, 1-of-1 FT) and grabbed one rebound vs. the Knights … The one FG made and two FG attempts tied career bests … Conference USA play: Saw action in seven league contests … Averaged 1.3 points and 0.6 rebounds … Shot 75 percent from the field and 100 percent from the free throw line … Played two minutes vs. Tulsa in the regular-season finale (road win) and four minutes vs. UCF in the regular-season home finale (win) … Pulled down one rebound in a road win at Marshall … Scored two points (1-of-1 FG) in a home victory over East Carolina … Scored two points (1-of-2 FG) and grabbed one board in a home win over Rice … Netted a career-best five points in a road win at Houston … Scored the five points on a perfect shooting game (1-of-

2011-12 Season (Redshirt Freshman)

Played in 13 games … Averaged 0.9 points and 0.4 boards … Shot 57.1 percent from the floor and 66.7 percent from the charity stripe … Postseason (NCAA/C-USA Tournaments): Played in two postseason games, with both coming in the Conference USA Tournament … Saw one minute of action in the C-USA Tournament championship game win over Marshall … Tied a season

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Full name is Joseph Nathaniel Jackson ... Son of Lachaundra Jackson and Joseph Burns and grandson of Lillie Cox ... Birthday is February 8 ... An Organizational Leadership major.

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1 FG, 3-of-3 FT) … The three FT made and three FT attempts were career highs and the one FG made tied a career best … Also pulled down a career-high two rebounds vs. the Cougars … Non-conference play (regular season games only): Played in four non-league games … Saw one minute of game action in a home win over Robert Morris … Played a season-high five minutes in a home victory over Austin Peay … Saw three minutes of action in a home victory over Jackson State … Saw first game action of season (four minutes) in a win over Tennessee in the Maui Invitational.

2010-11 Season (Freshman)

High School

Originally from Cameroon and moved to the United States in 2007 … Played his final season of prep basketball at The Miller School in Charlottesville, Va., in 2009-10 ... The Miller School moved to Virginia Independent School Athletic Association (VISAA) Division 1 in 2009-10 (played VISAA Division 2 in 2008-09) ... Helped the Mavericks advance to VIS Division 1 state semifinals ... Posted a double-double of 14 points and 10 rebounds in the state semifinal loss ... In the VIS Division I state quarterfinal win

over Fork Union, posted a double-double for The Miller School … Helped lead the of 20 points and 15 boards ... Mavericks to a 26-3 overall record … Named to the 2009-10 VISAA DiviThe Miller School won its first VISAA sion 1 All-State first team ... Selected to Division 2 state championship in 2008-09 2009-10 Charlottesville Daily Progress’ … Scored 13 points and grabbed six reAll-Central Virginia second team ... Folbounds in the Mavericks’ 69-61 state title lowing the 2009-10 season, played in the game victory over Atlantic Shores ChrisJack Jones Shootout in Memphis, Tenn. ... tian. Averaged a double-double of 14.2 points and 11.4 rebounds for the MavPersonal ericks in 2009-10 ... Also averaged 1.9 Birthday is May 9 ... An Accounting blocks per game ... Netted double figures major. in 16 games, including four 20-point performances ... Pulled down double-digit boards in 15 games, including a seasonhigh 21 rebounds in a regular season victory over Blue Ridge (90-83) ... Rated the No. 5 “sleeper” of the Tsafack Career Highs July 2009 recruiting period, according to nationalhoopsreport. Points...................................... 5 vs. Houston (1/14/12) blogspot.com … Rat- Rebounds......................................2 vs. Houston (1/14/12) ed the No. 20 center FG Made............................ 1, 5x, last vs. UCF (3/9/12) in the nation by Scout. FG Attempted..................... 2, 2x, last vs. UCF (3/9/12) com … ESPN.com 3P FG Made........................................................None ranked him among the 3P FG Attempted....................................................... None country’s top power FT Made.................................. 3 vs. Houston (1/14/12) FT Attempted.......................... 3 vs. Houston (1/14/12) forwards … In 2008-09 as a Assists.................................................................None junior, averaged 11.7 Blocks.............................. 1 vs. Austin Peay (12/16/10) points, 10.5 rebounds Steals........................................................................... None and 1.6 blocked shots Minutes Played............... 10 vs. Austin Peay (12/16/10)

TSAFACK CAREER STATISTICS

— Total — — 3-Point — — Rebounds — Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-A Pct FG-A Pct FT-A Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO A TO B ST Pts-Avg 2010-11* 3-0 16/5.3 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0-1 1 0.3 2-0 0 2 1 0 3-1.0 2011-12 13-0 39/3.0 4-7 .571 0-0 .000 4-6 .667 2-3 5 0.4 8-0 0 1 0 0 12-0.9 Total 16-0 55/3.4 5-9 .556 0-0 .000 5-8 .625 2-4 6 0.4 10-0 0 3 1 0 15-0.9 * received a redshirt following the season

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USA second team ... Member of the Tiger 3.0 Club for the 2012 spring semester ... 2011-12 preseason Wayman Tisdale Award candidate, given to the nation’s top freshman.

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Career

Has played in 19 games, making eight starts … Averaging 8.8 points and 3.2 rebounds … Has 15 assists, 14 blocked shots and 11 steals … Shooting 48.6 percent from the field, 40.5 percent from the three-point arc and 70.8 percent from the free throw line ... Missed 16 contests as a result of an ankle injury (torn superior lateral peronneal tendon retinaculum) that required surgery and rehab.

Honors

2012-13 preseason All-Conference

2011-12 Season (Freshman)

Played in only 19 of the Tigers’ 35 games … Made eight starts … Saw action in the first 16 games of the season before missing the next 16 contests as a result of an ankle injury (torn superior lateral peronneal tendon retinaculum) that required surgery and rehab … Suffered the injury in a Jan. 12, 2012, practice … Returned

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to action in the postseason … Averaged 8.8 points and 3.2 boards … Shot 48.6 percent from the floor, 40.5 percent from the three-point arc and 70.8 percent from the charity stripe … Had 15 assists, 14 blocked shots and 11 steals … Recorded six double-figure scoring games … Postseason (NCAA/C-USA Tournaments): Played in three postseason games … Averaged 4.3 points and 1.3 boards … Shot 46.2 percent from the floor and 33.3 percent from the three-point line … In the NCAA Tournament second-round setback to Saint Louis, scored six points (3-of-4 FG) and added one rebound, one blocked shot and one steal in 15 minutes of play … In the C-USA Tournament (two games), averaged 3.5 points and 1.5 rebounds and shot 33.3 percent from the field … Did not see game action in the C-USA Tournament championship game victory over Marshall … Scored five points, grabbed one board and dished out one assist in the C-USA Tournament semifinal win over UCF … Had two points and one rebound in the C-USA Tournament quarterfinal win over UTEP …

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Conference USA play: Played in only two league contests … Missed the final 14 conference contests as a result of an ankle injury (torn superior lateral peronneal tendon retinaculum) that required surgery and rehab … Averaged 10.5 points and 1.5 boards … Had four assists, four blocked shots and two steals … Shot 69.2 percent from the floor, 66.7 percent from the three-point arc and 50 percent from the free throw line … Suffered the ankle injury in a Jan. 12 practice following the Southern Miss game at FedExForum … In his final C-USA regular-season action, scored six points and added two rebounds, one assist, one blocked shot and one steal in a home win over the Golden Eagles … In his first career C-USA contest, had 15 points, one rebound, three assists, three blocked shots and one steal in a road win at UAB … Scored his 15 points of 7-of-8 FG and 1-of-2 treys … The three blocks were a season high and the three assists tied a season best … With Tigers clinging to a 62-59 lead, blocked a Blazers threepoint attempt to tie the game with only :03 on the clock ... Scored six-straight,

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Saw action in three games … Averaged 1.0 points and 0.3 rebounds … Shot 50 percent from the field and 50 percent from the charity stripe … Had one blocked shot … Started the season as a redshirt, but the redshirt came off in mid-December as a result of Wesley Witherspoon’s injury and Angel Garcia’s decision to play professional basketball overseas … After playing in three games, suffered a knee injury in a Dec. 27 practice and did not see any game action the remainder of the campaign … Received a redshirt for the 2010-11 season …

Non-conference play (regular season games only): Played in three non-conference games … Averaged 1.0 points and 0.3 boards … Shot 50 percent from the floor and 50 percent from the free throw line … Had one blocked shot … Suffered a knee injury in a Dec. 27 practice and missed the remainder of the season … Played two minutes in a home setback to Georgetown … Grabbed first career rebound in a home win over Texas A&MCorpus Christi … Played four minutes vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi … Saw a career-high 10 minutes of action in a home win over Austin Peay … Scored a season-best three points (1-of-1 FG/1-of-2 FT) vs. the Governors … Recorded his first career blocked shot vs. Austin Peay.

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Players second-half points to turn a 47-45 deficit into a 51-48 lead … Accounted for fiveconsecutive points early in the second half that turned a 34-all tie into a 39-34 lead … Hit a three-pointer that broke the 34-all tie with 15:54 left and then assisted on Will Barton’s dunk 50 seconds later … Non-conference play (regular season games only): Played in 14 of the Tigers’ 15 non-league contests … Averaged 9.6 points and 3.9 boards … Had 10 assists, nine blocked shots and eight steals … Shot 46.5 percent from the floor, 38.7 percent from the three-point line and 72.7 percent from the charity stripe … Missed the Xavier game as a result of the ankle injury … Scored four points and added five boards and two assists in a home victory over Tennessee … Had a rim-rattling baseline dunk that gave Memphis an early first-half lead vs. the Volunteers … Had four points and three rebounds in a home win over Charlotte … Had 15 points (6of-9 FG, 1-of-1 treys, 2-of-4 FT), four boards and one steal in a home win over Robert Morris … Scored nine points and added three rebounds, one assist and one steal in a road loss at Georgetown … Nearly posted a double-double with an 18-point, nine-rebound performance vs. Lipscomb … Had season highs of eight FG made and 13 FG attempts vs. Lipscomb … Had nine points, four rebounds, one assist and two blocked shots in a road setback at Louisville … Lone scoreless game of the season came in a home loss to Murray State (18 minutes played) … Recorded first double-digit rebounding game of career with 10 boards in a road victory at Miami, Fla. … Also scored eight points vs. the Hurricanes … Had 17 points (6of-9 FG, 5-of-6 treys), four rebounds and three assists (no turnovers) in a home win over Austin Peay … The five treys made and six trey attempts both were season bests … Four of his five three-pointers came in the first half vs. the Governors … Had a season-high three steals and nine points in a home win over Jackson State … Scored five points in a loss to Georgetown in the Maui Invitational …

Netted a season-high 19 points and added four rebounds, two blocked shots and one steal in a win over Tennessee in the Maui Invitational … Had five points, two boards and two blocked shots in a loss to Michigan in the Maui Invitational … In his collegiate debut, scored 12 points (5of-9 FG, 1-of-2 treys, 1-of-2 FT), grabbed three rebounds and blocked one shot in the season-opening victory over Belmont.

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A member of the National Honor Society at Melrose ... Played in the 2011 McDonald’s All-America Game, 2011 Jordan Brand Classic and 2011 Nike Hoops Summit ... Scored four points and added two boards and two assists for the West All-Americans in the Jordan Brand Classic held in Charlotte, N.C. ... Posted two points, two blocks and one board in the Nike Hoops Summit ... Helped lead the USA Junior National Team to a 92-80 win over the World Select Team at the Nike Hoops Summit ... Scored two points for the West Team in the McDonald’s All-America Game held in Chicago, Ill. ... The 13th overall player from the city of Memphis to play in the McDonald’s All-America Game and fourth player in the last six years ... Named the state of Tennessee Gatorade Player of the Year and was a finalist for the Gatorade National Player of the Year honor ... A finalist for Tennessee’s Class AAA Mr. Basketball honor in 2010-11 ... Became the fifth player in the city of Memphis history to be named to the Parade magazine All-America first team ... Also named to SLAM magazine’s All-America squad ... Earned Tennessee Sports Writers Association (TSWA) Class AAA All-State honors ... Averaged 19.2 points, 12.3 rebounds, 4.9 blocks, 4.1 assists and 3.6 steals in helping lead Melrose to a 26-7 overall record ... Scored 15 points in Melrose’s District 16-AAA championship game win over White Station ... Netted a game-high 27 points in a loss to White Station in the Region 8-AAA title contest ...

Entering 2010-11, the Golden Wild4.3 assists and 3.7 steals for the Golden cats were rated as one of the country’s Wildcats … Was a finalist for the Class top teams, including a No. 4 preseason AAA Mr. Basketball honor … Named to national ranking from MaxPreps.com and the Tennessee Sports Writers Association a No. 6 ranking from ESPN.com/RISE … (TSWA) Class AAA All-State team … ESPN.com/RISE also has Melrose ranked Also selected to the Tennessee Class AAA the No. 2 team in the Southeast Region All-Tournament Team and the District 16and the No. 1 team in the state of TennesAAA All-Tournament squad … Named see … to Commercial Appeal’s Best of the Preps Rated the No. 1 player in the nation squad … by The Sporting News … Also among In 2008-09 as a sophomore, averthe top-10 players in the country by Maxaged 16 points, 12.1 rebounds, 4.3 blocks Preps.com (No. 3), ESPNU 100 (No. 8) and 2.1 assists in helping lead Melrose and Scout.com (No. 8) … Rivals.com to a 29-7 overall record … The Golden rated him the No. 15 overall player in the Wildcats appeared in the Region 8-AAA country … For position rankings, ranked title game and advanced to the Tennessee the No. 2 small forward in the nation by state tournament … Started all 36 games ESPNU, MaxPreps.com and Scout.com … Earned All-District 16-AAA and alland rated the No. 6 small forward by league honors … Named to the Region Rivals.com … Considered the top hoops 8-AAA All-Tournament Team … A Comprospect in the state of Tennessee … mercial Appeal Best of the Preps honoree During the summer of 2010, played … with Team USA as a member of the unAs a freshman in 2007-08, started der-17 squad … Team USA played in all 32 games and averaged 11.7 points, the FIBA Under-17 Championships in 10.7 rebounds and 2.6 blocks … MelHamburg, Germany … Helped lead Team rose finished with a 17-15 overall record USA to the gold medal … Averaged 8.5 … Earned All-District 16-AAA and allpoints and 4.1 rebounds in eight games … league accolades … Garnered CommerAlso played in the prestigious Boost Mocial Appeal Best of the Preps distinction. bile Elite 24 in Venice Beach, Calif., this past summer … Personal Played for Team USA in the summer of Full name is Adonis Michael Thom2009 in the FIBA Americas U16 Championship in Argentina … Team USA won as ... Son of Sandra Anderson and Eric that tournament … Averaged 13.8 points, Thomas ... Birthday is March 25 ... An 5.8 rebounds and 2.8 assists in five games Organizational Leadership major. … As a junior in 2009-10, helped lead Thomas Career Highs Melrose to a 37-4 overall record and Points................................ 19 vs. Tennessee (11/22/11) the Tennessee Class Rebounds...............................10 vs. Miami, Fla. (12/6/11) AAA state crown … FG Made............................. 8 vs. Lipscomb (12/19/11) The state champion- FG Attempted.................... 13 vs. Lipscomb (12/19/11) ship was Melrose’s 3P FG Made....................... 5 vs. Austin Peay (12/3/11) first since 1983 … 3P FG Attempted................... 6 vs. Austin Peay (12/3/11) En route to the state FT Made.............................. 4 vs. Tennessee (11/22/11) title, Melrose won the Region 8-AAA FT Attempted....4, 3x, last vs. Robert Morris (12/29/11) and District 16-AAA Assists................................3, 2x, last vs. UAB (1/7/12) crowns … Averaged Blocks............................................ 3 vs. UAB (1/7/12) 19.3 points, 12.5 re- Steals...................................3 vs. Jackson State (11/28/11) bounds, 5.2 blocks, Minutes Played.................. 38 vs. Tennessee (11/22/11)

THOMAS CAREER STATISTICS

— Total — — 3-Point — — Rebounds — Year GP-GS Min/Avg FG-A Pct FG-A Pct FT-A Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO A TO B ST Pts-Avg 2011-12 19-8 455/23.9 68-140 .486 15-37 .405 17-24 .708 14-47 61 3.2 26-0 15 24 14 11 168-8.8

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Played the final season of his prep career at Arlington High School in Arlington, Tenn. ... Played in all 32 games for the Tigers in 2011-12 ... Helped lead Arlington to a 20-12 overall record and a 7-3 District 14-AAA mark ... Arlington finished second in the District 14-AAA regular season ... The Tigers advanced to the Region 7-AAA semifinal round where they fell to Craigmont ...

SHAQ GOODWIN

5

Summer 2012

Played for Team USA at the 2012 FIBA Americas U18 Championship in Sao Sebastiáo do Paraiso, Brazil ... Helped lead the U.S. to the gold medal with a perfect 5-0 mark ... Squad defeated the U.S. Virgin Islands, Mexico and Brazil in the preliminary rounds and then posted wins over Argentina (semifinal) and Brazil (championship) to take the gold ... Came off the bench in all five contests ... Team’s third-leading scorer with a 12.4 average ... Squad’s fourth-leading rebounder with a 4.8 average ... Tops on the team in field goal percentage (80 percent) and free throw percentage (77.8 percent) ... Had five assists, two blocks and two steals ...

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Personal

Son of Carolyn Cole ... Birthday is January 4 ... Major is undeclared.

five boards in Team USA’s championshipgame win over Brazil.

High School

In opening game vs. the U.S. Virgin Islands, had a perfect shooting game with 12-of-12 FG and 6-of-6 FT for a gamehigh 30 points ... Grabbed six boards ... His 30-point performance was the thirdhighest, single-game scoring effort in USA Basketball U18 history ... His 12-of12 shooting performance set a U.S. mark for highest field goal percentage in a U18 game ... Followed his record-setting opening game with 13 points, seven boards and three assists in the win over Mexico ... Had two points and four rebounds while playing in foul trouble in the preliminaryround win over Brazil ... In the semifinal victory over Argentina, scored 13 points and grabbed two boards ... Netted his 13 points on 4-of-5 FG and 5-of-6 FT ... Had four points and

FORWARD • FRESHMAN • 6-9 • 246 ATLANTA, GA. • SOUTHWEST DEKALB HS

campaign at Briarcrest Christian School in Eads, Tenn. ... As a junior in 2010-11, helped lead the Saints to a 19-10 overall record ... Briarcrest won the 2011 Sub-State championship and played in the district, region and state tournaments that season ... Averaged 7.8 points (fourth on team) and 4.6 rebounds (second on team) ... Also averaged 1.3 assists and 0.9 steals ... Shot 48 percent from the floor and 66 percent from the free throw line ... As a sophomore in 2009-10, average 6.8 points in helping Briarcrest to a 16-11 record ... Briarcrest won the 2010 Sub-State crown and played in the state tournament that season.

A 2012 McDonald’s All-American ... Played in the McDonald’s All-America Game in Chicago, Ill., in late March ... Scored eight points (4-of-7 FG) and grabbed four boards in the contest ... Also played in the All-American Championship in New Orleans, La., on Apr. 1 ... Had five points and seven rebounds in the game ... Played four seasons at Southwest DeKalb High School, where he led the Panthers to back-to-back state title games in his final two seasons ... Won the 2012 Atlanta Journal-Constitution slam dunk contest championship ... Named to the Georgia Class AAAA All-State and 6AAAA All-Region first teams in 201112 ... Selected All-Metro first team by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in 2011-12 ... As a senior, averaged 21.2 points, 12.3 rebounds and 3.3 blocks ... Shot 74 percent from the field ... Posted 26 doubledoubles ... Helped lead Southwest DeKalb to its second-straight Georgia Class AAAA state title game and a 22-10 record ... Scored 12 points with seven boards and three blocks in the title game ...

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Received Class AAAA All-State first team honors following the 2010-11 season ... As a junior, averaged 18.0 points, 10.1 rebounds and 3.2 blocks ... Shot over 70 percent from the field ... Helped the Panthers to a 24-6 record before losing in the Georgia Class AAAA state championship game ... His best game as a junior was a 41-point performance in a playoff win over Lakeside ... As a sophomore in 2009-10, averaged 14.0 points and 11.0 rebounds to help Southwest DeKalb to a 19-8 record ... As a freshman in 2008-09, started 14 games and averaged 7.0 points and 7.0 rebounds as the Panthers went 13-14 ... Played AAU ball with the Atlanta Celtics ... The program has produced current NBA stars Dwight Howard, Josh Smith, Derrick Favors, Joe Johnson and Amare Stoudemire ... Also was an all-state football player at tight end/wide receiver for Southwest DeKalb ... Helped the Panthers to an 8-3 record as a senior.

Personal

Son of Persephone and William Goodwin ... Has five sisters ... Birthday is September 1 ... Major is undeclared.

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As a senior, scored 508 points for a 15.9 average ... His scoring average led the Tigers and also was third in District 14AAA ... Had 11 20-point performances ... Scored a season-best 26 points in a win over Bolton High School ... An All-District 14-AAA first team selection ... Also named to the 2011-12 Commercial Appeal Class AAA All-Metro Team ... Member of the Tigers track and field squad ... Prior to his year at Arlington High School, played the 2009-10 and 2010-11

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Began the 201112 campaign by missing preseason workouts and the first game with a foot injury ... Despite the injury, played an integral role in the Warriors’ national title season ... Averaged 7.1 points and 3.8 boards ... Shot 48 percent from the field and 74 percent from the free throw line ... Was second on the Oak Hill team in dunks ... Prior to the 2011-12 season, rated the No. 63 overall prospect in the Class of 2012 by ESPNU ... Also rated the No. 18 shooting guard and No. 90 overall prospect by Yahoo/Rivals.com ... Scout.com

GUARD • FRESHMAN • 6-6 • 180 ATLANTA, GA. • OAK HILL ACADEMY • PEBBLETON HS Played the past two seasons (201011, 2011-12) for the prestigious Oak Hill Academy ... Member of last year’s Oak Hill squad that went a perfect 44-0 ... The 44 victories were a school record for a single season ... Team honored with the Powerade FAB 50 national championship trophy following the 2011-12 season ... The Warriors also finished the year ranked No. 1 in the USA Today Boys Super 25 Rankings ...

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ranked him as a four-star prospect and the nation’s No. 21 overall small forward ... MaxPreps.com rated him the No. 1 prospect in the state of Virginia and the No. 23 overall recruit. As a junior in 2010-11, helped the Warriors to a 31-4 record ... Oak Hill finished the year ranked No. 4 in the final USA Today Boys Super 25 Rankings ... Averaged 12.1 points, 3.3 rebounds and 3.6 assists ... During this campaign, scored 20 points in an 80-59 win over Memphis’ Melrose High School and current Tigers teammate Adonis Thomas ... Prior to his two seasons at Oak Hill, played at Pebblebrook High School in Mableton, Ga. ... Originally from the Atlanta area, a member of the Atlanta Celtics AAU program ... The program has produced current NBA stars Dwight Howard, Josh Smith, Derrick Favors, Joe Johnson and Amare Stoudemire.

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Son of Kaigi Wilson ... Birthday is August 27 ... Major is undeclared.

KEVIN BRAZZELL (H)

DEVANTE JONES (H)

LOGAN BELZ

DARION COHEN

RICKY DICKENS

RYKER ELEY

KENNETH HARDEN

STEPHEN ROSE

JORDAN TINGLE

ZACK VERHULST

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In This Section: 2011-12 Game Results..................................... 40 2011-12 Statistics........................................... 41 Game-By-Game Boxscores. ..........................42-50 Games 1-4.................................................... 42 Games 5-8.................................................... 43 Games 9-12.................................................. 44

Games 13-16................................................ 45 Games 17-20................................................ 46 Games 21-24................................................ 47 Games 25-28................................................ 48 Games 29-32................................................ 49 Games 33-35................................................ 50


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2011-12 Results RECORD SUMMARY

All Games Conference Non-Conference

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HOME

AWAY

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HIGH SCORER

11/15/11 &Belmont W, 97-81 (23) Will Barton 11/21/11 ^vs. Michigan L, 61-73 (14) Charles Carmouche 11/22/11 ^vs. Tennessee W, 99-97 (2ot) (25) Will Barton 11/23/11 ^vs. Georgetown L, 88-91 (ot) (22) Will Barton 11/28/11 Jackson State W, 70-45 (15) Joe Jackson 12/3/11 Austin Peay W, 91-60 (22) Will Barton 12/6/11 at Miami, Fla. W, 71-54 (27) Will Barton 12/11/11 Murray State L, 72-76 (27) Will Barton 12/17/11 %at Louisville L, 87-95 (28) Will Barton 12/19/11 Lipscomb W, 85-75 (18) Adonis Thomas 12/22/11 at Georgetown L, 59-70 (17) Chris Crawford 12/29/11 Robert Morris W, 64-47 (27) Will Barton 12/31/11 Charlotte W, 67-58 (16) Antonio Barton 1/4/12 Tennessee W, 69-51 (19) Antonio Barton 1/7/12 *at UAB W, 62-59 (16) Will Barton 1/11/12 *Southern Miss W, 60-58 (13) Antonio Barton 1/14/12 *at Houston W, 89-55 (19) Chris Crawford 1/18/12 *at UCF L, 67-68 (24) Will Barton 1/21/12 *SMU W, 63-45 (24) Will Barton 1/25/12 *Rice W, 73-51 (15) Chris Crawford 1/28/12 *Marshall W, 83-76 (29) Will Barton 2/1/12 *at Southern Miss L, 72-75 (23) Chris Crawford 2/4/12 Xavier W, 72-68 (14) Joe Jackson 2/8/12 *at East Carolina W, 70-59 (16) Chris Crawford 2/11/12 *UAB W, 79-45 (16) Will Barton (16) Chris Crawford 2/15/12 *at Tulane W, 82-64 (20) Will Barton 2/18/12 *UTEP L, 58-60 (26) Tarik Black 2/22/12 *East Carolina W, 70-47 (25) Will Barton 2/25/12 *at Marshall W, 87-67 (24) Will Barton 2/28/12 *UCF W, 84-55 (18) Will Barton 3/3/12 *at Tulsa W, 78-66 (30) Will Barton 3/8/12 #UTEP W, 65-47 (17) Joe Jackson 3/9/12 #UCF W, 83-52 (15) Wesley Witherspoon 3/10/12 #Marshall W, 83-57 (19) Joe Jackson 3/16/12 !vs Saint Louis L, 54-61 (16) Will Barton * = Conference USA Game ^ = EA Sports Maui Invitational (Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii) # = Conference USA Tournament (Memphis, Tenn.) Home games in bold small caps

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY Home Away Neutral Total

NETURAL

26-9 18-2 7-4 1-3 13-3 7-1 6-2 0-0 13-6 11-1 1-2 1-3

HIGH REBOUNDER

ATT.

(5) Wesley Witherspoon (5) Will Barton (4) Will Barton (4) Wesley Witherspoon (4) Charles Carmouche (11) Will Barton (8) Wesley Witherspoon (10) Stan Simpson (13) Will Barton (14) Will Barton (9) Tarik Black (16) Will Barton (9) Will Barton (9) Adonis Thomas (11) Will Barton (13) Will Barton (12) Ferrakohn Hall (7) Tarik Black (10) Will Barton (10) Tarik Black (10) Will Barton (8) Chris Crawford (8) Will Barton (13) Tarik Black (8) Will Barton (8) Will Barton (5) Will Barton (9) Tarik Black (11) Wesley Witherspoon (9) Will Barton

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RECORD

2400

2400 2400 15971 16989 4500 16795 22733 16162 12045 16436 16069 18334 8242 16246 5146 8734 16721 15997 17337 7964 17097 5460 17308

(9) Will Barton (10) Tarik Black (9) Tarik Black (7) Chris Crawford (11) Will Barton (9) Will Barton (9) Wesley Witherspoon (13) Tarik Black (7) Will Barton (13) Will Barton (6) Ferrakohn Hall

2874 16427 15744 8252 17784 6131 11697 14441 14821 17464

& = EA Sports Maui Invitational/Opening Game (Memphis, Tenn.) % = Basketball Hall of Fame Shootout (Louisville, Ky.) ! = NCAA Tournament West Region Second Round (Columbus, Ohio)

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AVG/GAME

20 324670 16234 11 92081 8371 4 24664 6166 35 441415 12612

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Overall Games

26-9 (18-2 Home • 7-4 Away • 1-3 Neutral) — Total — — 3-Point — — Rebounds — Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct FG-A Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts-Avg Will Barton 35-34 1236-35.3 230-452 .509 37-107 .346 134-179 .749 70-209 279 8.0 74-1 101 75 25 50 631-18.0 Joe Jackson 34-19 914-26.9 108-257 .420 19-63 .302 139-166 .837 11-64 75 2.2 64-0 131 83 5 42 374-11.0 Tarik Black 35-31 895-25.6 144-209 .689 0-0 .000 85-143 .594 72-98 170 4.9 114-6 6 45 53 22 373-10.7 Chris Crawford 35-24 997-28.5 119-276 .431 51-130 .392 31-40 .775 9-101 110 3.1 73-0 134 71 27 63 320-9.1 Adonis Thomas 19-8 455-23.9 68-140 .486 15-37 .405 17-24 .708 14-47 61 3.2 26-0 15 24 14 11 168-8.8 Wesley Witherspoon 33-9 725-22.0 72-162 .444 23-63 .365 70-98 .714 35-86 121 3.7 88-2 35 41 14 48 237-7.2 Antonio Barton 34-19 743-21.9 82-170 .482 30-75 .400 31-45 .689 6-73 79 2.3 53-1 53 43 4 16 225-6.6 Charles Carmouche 7-4 121-17.3 15-35 .429 6-13 .462 8-11 .727 2-16 18 2.6 15-0 13 6 3 9 44-6.3 Ferrakohn Hall 27-23 451-16.7 42-85 .494 0-1 .000 17-33 .515 26-53 79 2.9 65-1 13 25 13 7 101-3.7 D.J. Stephens 28-0 233-8.3 27-42 .643 2-6 .333 11-16 .688 14-35 49 1.8 32-0 1 6 21 8 67-2.4 Stan Simpson 30-4 206-6.9 18-47 .383 0-2 .000 12-16 .750 17-21 38 1.3 48-2 4 16 17 2 48-1.6 Hippolyte Tsafack 13-0 39-3.0 4-7 .571 0-0 .000 4-6 .667 2-3 5 0.4 8-0 0 1 0 0 12-0.9 Charles Holt 12-0 30-2.5 3-9 .333 2-7 .286 3-4 .750 1-5 6 0.5 3-0 0 3 0 0 11-0.9 Preston Laird 8-0 15-1.9 1-6 .167 0-5 .000 1-2 .500 0-1 1 0.1 1-0 0 0 0 0 3-0.4 Trey Draper 10-0 15-1.5 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 0-2 2 0.2 1-0 0 1 0 0 0-0.0 TEAM 53-53 106 4 Total 35 7075- 933-1899 .491 185-511 .362 563-785 .717 332-867 1199 34.3 665-13 506 444 196 278 2614-74.7 Opponents 35 7075- 751-1945 .386 188-603 .312 518-745 .695 424-728 1152 32.9 644-15 380 492 122 213 2208-63.1 Score By Periods Memphis Opponents

1st 1241 1063

2nd OT 1347 18 1118 21

OT Total 8 — 2614 6 — 2208

Deadball Rebounds Memphis Opponents

Off 103 111

Def 20 24

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Total 123 135

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— Total — — 3-Point — — Rebounds — Player GP-GS Min-Avg FG-A Pct FG-A Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def Tot Avg PF-FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts-Avg Will Barton 16-16 565-35.3 114-211 .540 15-48 .313 56-71 .789 22-101 123 7.7 31-1 54 36 10 25 299-18.7 Tarik Black 16-16 433-27.1 81-113 .717 0-0 .000 30-61 .492 38-43 81 5.1 50-2 3 24 22 10 192-12.0 Chris Crawford 16-11 482-30.1 68-144 .472 31-71 .437 11-14 .786 4-42 46 2.9 35-0 56 25 10 32 178-11.1 Adonis Thomas 2-2 59-29.5 9-13 .692 2-3 .667 1-2 .500 0-3 3 1.5 4-0 4 2 4 2 21-10.5 Joe Jackson 16-4 406-25.4 45-107 .421 8-26 .308 60-70 .857 5-27 32 2.0 29-0 66 40 2 19 158-9.9 Wesley Witherspoon 16-1 374-23.4 39-88 .443 13-37 .351 29-44 .659 18-45 63 3.9 47-2 19 16 9 29 120-7.5 Antonio Barton 15-15 374-24.9 32-69 .464 12-28 .429 11-16 .688 2-32 34 2.3 20-0 25 23 1 6 87-5.8 D.J. Stephens 16-0 147-9.2 20-29 .690 2-5 .400 9-12 .750 11-24 35 2.2 22-0 0 4 12 8 51-3.2 Ferrakohn Hall 16-15 235-14.7 18-43 .419 0-1 .000 7-15 .467 9-27 36 2.3 40-1 8 14 4 3 43-2.7 Hippolyte Tsafack 7-0 20-2.9 3-4 .750 0-0 .000 3-3 1.000 2-2 4 0.6 2-0 0 1 0 0 9-1.3 Stan Simpson 14-0 70-5.0 4-18 .222 0-2 .000 6-7 .857 7-3 10 0.7 17-0 2 5 4 1 14-1.0 Preston Laird 3-0 8-2.7 1-5 .200 0-4 .000 1-2 .500 0-1 1 0.3 1-0 0 0 0 0 3-1.0 Charles Holt 7-0 19-2.7 1-5 .200 0-3 .000 0-0 .000 0-3 3 0.4 2-0 0 2 0 0 2-0.3 Trey Draper 5-0 8-1.6 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-2 .000 0-2 2 0.4 1-0 0 1 0 0 0-0.0 TEAM 21-33 54 3.4 2 0 Total 16 3200- 435-850 .512 83-229 .362 224-319 .702 139-388 527 32.9 301-6 237 195 78 135 1177-73.6 Opponents 16 3200- 319-815 .391 85-261 .326 227-335 .678 159-323 482 30.1 273-6 160 230 52 81 950-59.4 Score By Periods 1st 2nd Memphis 570 607 Opponents 473 477 Bold small caps indicates players returning in 2012-13

Total Deadball Rebounds — 1177 Memphis — 950 Opponents

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Game #3

Belmont 81 Memphis (#10/10) 97

Memphis (#8/8) Tennessee

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Nov. 15, 2011 • FedExForum • Memphis, Tenn. EA Sports Maui Invitational • Opening Game

Nov. 22, 2011 • Lahaina Civic Center • Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii EA Sports Maui Invitational • Consolation Semifinal

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Michigan (#15/15) Memphis (#8/8)

73 61

99 97 2ot

Game #4

Memphis (#8/8) Georgetown

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Nov. 21, 2011 • Lahaina Civic Center • Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii EA Sports Maui Invitational • Quarterfinal

University of Memphis

88 91 ot

Nov. 23, 2011 • Lahaina Civic Center • Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii EA Sports Maui Invitational • Consolation Final

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Jackson State Memphis (#22/21)

45 70

Nov. 28, 2011 • FedExForum • Memphis, Tenn.

60 91

Dec. 3, 2011 • FedExForum • Memphis, Tenn.

University of Memphis

71 54

Dec. 6, 2011 • BankUnited Center • Miami, Fla.

Game #8

Murray State Memphis (#21/20)

76 72

Dec. 11, 2011 • FedExForum • Memphis, Tenn.

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Austin Peay Memphis (#22/21)

Game #7

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Game #11

Memphis 87 Louisville (#4/4) 95

Memphis 59 Georgetown (#16/16) 70

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Dec. 17, 2011 • KFC Yum! Center • Louisville, Ky. Basketball Hall of Fame Shootout

Dec. 22, 2011 • Verizon Center • Washington, D.C.

Game #10

Game #12

Lipscomb 75 Memphis 85

Robert Morris 47 Memphis 64

Dec. 19, 2011 • FedExForum • Memphis, Tenn.

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Charlotte 58 Memphis 67

Dec. 31, 2011 • FedExForum • Memphis, Tenn.

Jan. 4, 2012 • FedExForum • Memphis, Tenn.

University of Memphis

Jan. 7, 2012 • Bartow Arena • Birmingham, Ala. Bartow Classic

Game #16

Southern Miss 58 Memphis 60

Jan. 11, 2012 • FedExForum • Memphis, Tenn.

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Tennessee 51 Memphis 69

Game #15

Memphis 62 UAB 59

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Game #19

Memphis 89 Houston 55

SMU 45 Memphis 63

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Jan. 14, 2012 • Hofheinz Pavilion • Houston, Texas

Jan. 21, 2012 • FedExForum • Memphis, Tenn.

Game #18

Game #20

Memphis 67 UCF 68

Rice 51 Memphis 73

Jan. 18, 2012 • UCF Arena • Orlando, Fla.

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Marshall 76 Memphis 83

Jan. 28, 2012 • FedExForum • Memphis, Tenn.

Feb. 1, 2012 • Reed Green Coliseum • Hattiesburg, Miss.

University of Memphis

Feb. 4, 2012 • FedExForum • Memphis, Tenn.

Game #24

Memphis 70 East Carolina 59

Feb. 8, 2012 • Williams Arena • Greenville, N.C.

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Memphis 72 Southern Miss 75

Game #23

Xavier 68 Memphis 72

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Game #27

UAB 45 Memphis 79

UTEP 60 Memphis 58

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Feb. 11, 2012 • FedExForum • Memphis, Tenn.

Feb. 18, 2012 • FedExForum • Memphis, Tenn.

Game #26

Game #28

Memphis 82 Tulane 64

East Carolina 47 Memphis 70

Feb. 15, 2012 • Fogelman Arena • New Orleans, La.

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Feb. 22, 2012 • FedExForum • Memphis, Tenn.

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Memphis 87 Marshall 67

Feb. 25, 2012 • Cam Henderson Center • Huntington, W.Va.

Feb. 28, 2012 • FedExForum • Memphis, Tenn.

University of Memphis

Mar. 3, 2012 • Reynolds Center • Tulsa, Okla.

Game #32

UTEP 47 Memphis 65

Mar. 8, 2012 • FedExForum • Memphis, Tenn. Conference USA Tournament • Quarterfinal

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UCF 55 Memphis 84

Game #31

Memphis 78 Tulsa 66

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Game #35

UCF 52 Memphis 83

Saint Louis 61 Memphis 54

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Mar. 9, 2012 • FedExForum • Memphis, Tenn. Conference USA Tournament • Semifinal

Mar. 16, 2012 • Nationwide Arena • Columbus, Ohio NCAA Tournament • Second Round

Game #34

Marshall 57 Memphis 83

Mar. 10, 2012 • FedExForum • Memphis, Tenn. Conference USA Tournament • Championship Game

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History/Records

In This Section: Year-By-Year/Coaching Records. ...............52-53 Team Records. ............................................54-55 Individual Records. .....................................56-68 Honor Roll.................................................69-71 All-Americans.............................................72-73 In-Season Tournament Results....................74-75 Postseason Tournament Results..................76-77

NCAA Tournament History.........................78-89 History Highlights.....................................90-104 Retired Jerseys. ......................................105-106 Letterwinners.........................................107-108 All-Time Scores......................................109-125 Series Records........................................126-135 Series vs. Conferences................................... 136


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Year-By-Year Records Year

Overall Conf. Conf. Record Record Finish

1920-21 22-7-1 1921-22 1-7 1922-23 6-4 1923-24 4-9 1924-25 3-5 1925-26 4-5 1926-27 5-7 1927-28 10-11 5-3# 1928-29 15-3 8-0# 1929-30 16-8 12-2 1930-31 14-2 11-1# 1931-32 11-10 9-5# 1932-33 7-6 5-3# 1933-34 5-14 2-4# 1934-35 5-15 3-7@ 1935-36 7-7 3-7@ 1936-37 5-7 3-7@ 1937-38 0-14 0-10@ 1938-39 2-13 1-9@ 1939-40 7-9 5-5@ 1940-41 9-8 4-5@ 1941-42 7-9 3-7@ 1942-43 7-4 1943-44 No Team (World War II) 1944-45 3-6 1945-46 7-4 1946-47 11-7 1947-48 13-10 1948-49 11-10 1949-50 12-9 1950-51 17-8 1951-52 25-10 1952-53 10-14 1953-54 15-9 1954-55 17-5 1955-56 20-7 1956-57 24-6 1957-58 15-7 1958-59 17-6 1959-60 18-5 1960-61 20-3 1961-62 15-7 1962-63 19-7 1963-64 14-11 1964-65 10-14 1965-66 10-15 1966-67 17-9 1967-68 8-17 2-14% 9th 1968-69 6-19 0-16% 9th 1969-70 6-20 1-15% 9th 1970-71 18-8 8-6% 4th 1971-72 21-7 12-2% T1st 1972-73 25-6 12-2% 1st 1973-74 19-11 1974-75 20-7 1975-76 21-9 1-1^ 4th 1976-77 20-9 2-4^ T5th 1977-78 19-9 7-5^ 3rd 1978-79 13-15 5-5^ 3rd

Head Coach

Frederick Graham W.H. DePriest Lester Barnhard Lester Barnhard Zach Curlin Zach Curlin Zach Curlin Zach Curlin Zach Curlin Zach Curlin Zach Curlin Zach Curlin Zach Curlin Zach Curlin Zach Curlin Zach Curlin Zach Curlin Zach Curlin Zach Curlin Zach Curlin Zach Curlin Zach Curlin Zach Curlin Zach Curlin Zach Curlin Zach Curlin Zach Curlin McCoy Tarry McCoy Tarry McCoy Tarry Eugene Lambert Eugene Lambert Eugene Lambert Eugene Lambert Eugene Lambert Bob Vanatta Bob Vanatta Bob Vanatta Bob Vanatta Bob Vanatta Bob Vanatta Dean Ehlers Dean Ehlers Dean Ehlers Dean Ehlers Moe Iba Moe Iba Moe Iba Moe Iba Gene Bartow Gene Bartow Gene Bartow Gene Bartow Wayne Yates Wayne Yates Wayne Yates Wayne Yates Wayne Yates

University of Memphis

1979-80 13-14 5-7^ 4th Dana Kirk 1980-81 13-14 5-7^ 5th Dana Kirk 1981-82 24-5 10-2^ 1st (t) Dana Kirk 1982-83 23-8 6-6^ 4th Dana Kirk 1983-84 26-7 11-3^ T1st (t) Dana Kirk 1984-85 31-4 13-1^ 1st (t) Dana Kirk 1985-86 28-6 9-3^ 2nd Dana Kirk 1986-87 26-8 8-4^ 2nd (t) Larry Finch 1987-88 20-12 6-6^ T3rd Larry Finch 1988-89 21-11 8-4^ T2nd Larry Finch 1989-90 18-12 8-6^ 4th Larry Finch 1990-91 17-15 7-7^ T4th Larry Finch 1991-92 23-11 5-5& T3rd Larry Finch 1992-93 20-12 7-3& 2nd Larry Finch 1993-94 13-16 4-8& T5th Larry Finch 1994-95 24-10 9-3& 1st Larry Finch 1995-96 22-8 11-3* 1st-W! Larry Finch 1996-97 16-15 10-4* T1st-W Larry Finch 1997-98 17-12 12-4* 1st-N Tic Price 1998-99 13-15 6-10* T2nd-N Tic Price 1999-2000 15-16 7-9* T3rd-N Johnny Jones 2000-01 21-15 10-6* 2nd-N John Calipari 2001-02 27-9 12-4* 1st-N John Calipari 2002-03 23-7 13-3* 1st-N John Calipari 2003-04 22-8 12-4* T1st John Calipari 2004-05 22-16 9-7* T6th John Calipari 2005-06 33-4 13-1* 1st (t) John Calipari 2006-07 33-4 16-0* 1st (t) John Calipari 2007-08 — — — John Calipari 2008-09 33-4 16-0* 1st (t) John Calipari 2009-10 24-10 13-3* 2nd Josh Pastner 2010-11 25-10 10-6* 4th (t) Josh Pastner 2011-12 26-9 13-3* 1st (t) Josh Pastner **

# - Mississippi Valley Conference @ - Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association % - Missouri Valley Conference ^ - Metro Conference & - Great Midwest Conference * - Conference USA (t) - denotes tournament champion W - White Division N - National Division ! - tied for Conference USA regular season title

Record By Decades Year

Record (Pct.)

Year

Record (Pct.)

1920-29............ 70-58-1 (.547)

1970-79........... 182-101 (.643)

1930-39............... 72-96 (.429)

1980-89............. 225-89 (.717)

1940-49............... 75-67 (.528)

1990-99........... 183-126 (.592)

1950-59............. 172-81 (.679)

2000-09 ............ 267-85 (.759)

1960-69........... 137-107 (.561)

2010-12............... 75-29 (.721)

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- 2007-08 season vacated by NCAA (Overall record was 38-2/C-USA record 16-0/1st place/won C-USA Tournament title)

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YEARS COACH

SEASON OVERALL

1920-21 Fred Grantham 1921-22 W.H. DePriest 1922-24 Lester Barnard 1924-48 Zach Curlin 1948-51 McCoy Tarry 1951-56 Eugene Lambert 1956-62 Bob Vanatta 1962-66 Dean Ehlers 1966-70 Moe Iba 1970-74 Gene Bartow 1974-79 Wayne Yates 1979-86 Dana Kirk 1986-97 Larry Finch 1997-99 Tic Price 1999-2000 Johnny Jones 2000-09 John Calipari 2009-pres. Josh Pastner Totals For 17 Coaches **

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PCT

1 22-7-1 1 1-7 2 10-13 23 173-184 3 40-27 5 87-45 6 109-34 4 53-47 4 37-65 4 83-32 5 93-49 7 158-58 11 220-130 2 30-27 1 15-16 9 214-67 3 75-29 91 1458-839-1

HOME

.750 .125 .435 .485 .597 .659 .762 .530 .362 .722 .655 .731 .629 .526 .483 .762 .721 .633

AWAY

NA NA 1-1 0-6 7-3 3-10 106-77 57-100 24-6 12-9 46-6 37-36 62-5 24-19 33-16 13-26 25-31 10-29 55-5 19-22 72-15 16-23 103-15 38-35 152-31 43-74 22-9 8-16 11-6 3-8 133-18 59-28 52-7 19-15 924-252 371-456

NEUT.

NA - - 10-7 4-2 4-3 23-10 7-5 2-5 8-5 5-11 17-8 25-25 0-2 1-2 22-21 4-7 140-114

CONF. NA 50-14 3-45 40-16 15-15 59-29 83-54 18-14 7-9 101-25 36-12 428-233

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Coaching Records

Memphis Home Courts/Capacity (Yrs., Record): Normal Cage, YMCA or Messick High Gym (1920-29), Memorial Gym (1929-51, 106-67), Memorial Fieldhouse/500 (1951-64, 125-17), Mid-South Coliseum/11,200 (1964-91, 343-90), The Pyramid/20,142 (1991-2004, 173-42), FedExForum/18,400 (2004-present, 145-17) Memphis Conference Affiliations: Mississippi Valley Conference (1928-33), Missouri Valley Conference (1967-74), Metro Conference (1975-91), Great Midwest Conference (1991-95), Conference USA (1995-2013); BIG EAST Conference (July 2013) **

- 2007-08 season vacated by NCAA (Record was 252-69/.785 winning pct./153-19 home record/69-28 road record/30-22 neutral record/117-25 conference record)

W.H. DePriest (1921-22)

Lester Barnard (1922-24)

Zach Curlin (1924-48)

McCoy Tarry (1948-51)

Eugene Lambert (1951-56)

Bob Vanatta (1956-62)

Dean Ehlers (1962-66)

Moe Iba (1966-70)

Gene Bartow (1970-74)

Wayne Yates (1974-79)

Dana Kirk (1979-86)

Larry Finch (1986-97)

Tic Price (1997-1999)

Johnny Jones (1999-2000)

John Calipari (2000-09)

Josh Pastner (2009-present)

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Team Single-Game Records MOST POINTS SCORED

1. 138 vs Buffalo State, Jan. 14, 1975 (UM, 138-92) 138 vs. Union, Dec. 3, 1955 (UM, 138-70) 3. 130 vs Mo.-St. Louis, Jan. 18, 1975 (UM, 130-79) 4. 124 vs Georgia State, Dec. 7, 1994 (UM, 124-52) 124 vs Florida Tech, Jan. 10, 1973 (UM, 124-75)

MOST POINTS BY TWO TEAMS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

230 — UM 138, Buffalo State 92 Jan. 14, 1975 221 — UM 113, Bradley 108 (ot) Dec. 17, 1987 219 — UM 111, Pepperdine 108 (ot) Dec. 21, 1974 217 — Xavier 110, UM 107 Jan. 29, 1966 212 — Louisville 115, UM 97 Feb. 25, 1978

LARGEST WINNING MARGIN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

72 (124-52) vs Georgia State Dec. 7, 1994 70 (112-42) vs Howard Jan. 3, 2001 66 (136-70) vs Union Dec. 3, 1955 66 (118-52) vs UC Davis Dec. 1, 1960 65 (119-54) vs Florida A&M Dec. 19, 1994

LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT

HISTORY

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

49 (30-79) vs Elks Club Jan. 31, 1928 45 (18-63) vs Murray State Jan. 5, 1935 43 (26-69) vs Earle Arkansas HS Feb. 15, 1928 41 (35-76) vs Delta State Jan. 10, 1947 39 (61-100) vs Western Kentucky Dec. 11, 1965 39 (55-94) vs. Ohio State Dec. 3, 1959 39 (26-65) vs Earle Arkansas HS Feb. 19, 1930

LARGEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT (since 1970) 1. 2. 3.

32 (85-117) vs Hawaii Mar. 2, 1974 31 (57-88) vs Cincinnati Mar. 29, 1992 30 (65-95) vs Louisville Feb. 16, 1981

84 vs MacMurray, Jan. 8, 1972 (UM, 123-62) 82 vs Florida Tech, Jan. 10, 1973 (UM, 124-75) 82 vs Montana State, Dec. 17, 1960 (UM, 77-50) 81 vs MacMurray, Jan. 8, 1977 (UM, 109-55) 80 vs Freed-Hardeman, Jan. 30, 1935 (FH, 40-17)

REBOUND MARGIN

43 (74-31) vs Fla. A&M, Dec. 19, 1994 (UM, 119-54) 40 (74-34) vs Brown, Dec. 31, 1968 (UM, 70-52) 37 (80-43) vs Freed-Hardeman, Jan. 30, 1935 (FH, 40-17) 36 (69-33) vs Fla. Tech, Nov. 27, 1976 (UM, 84-53) 36 (72-36) vs Richmond, Feb. 6, 1961 (UM, 104-73) 58 vs Mo.-St. Louis, Jan. 18, 1975 (UM, 130-79) 58 vs Buffalo State, Jan. 14, 1975 (UM, 138-92) 51 vs Florida Tech, Jan. 10, 1973 (UM, 124-75) 50 vs Georgia State, Dec. 7, 1994 (UM, 124-52) 50 vs South Dakota St., Dec. 4, 1976 (UM, 109-76)

MOST FG ATTEMPTED 1. 2. 4. 5.

105 vs NATTC, Jan. 9, 1951 (UM, 71-56) 103 vs MacMurray, Jan. 8, 1972 (UM, 123-62) 103 vs Mo.-St. Louis, Dec. 23, 1970 (UM, 108-86) 102 vs MacMurray, Jan. 8, 1977 (UM, 109-55) 101 vs Mo.-St. Louis, Jan. 18, 1975 (UM, 130-79) 101 vs Missouri-Rolla, Nov. 30, 1973 (UM, 106-79)

HIGHEST FG PERCENTAGE

1. 65.9 (29-44) vs Ole Miss, Dec. 22, 1979 (UM 80-75) 2. 65.3 (32-49) vs Georgia, Dec. 14, 1986 (UM, 82-71) 3. 65.1 (28-43) vs Creighton, Feb. 18, 1967 (UM, 74-66) 4. 64.4 (29-45) vs Southern Miss, Dec. 23, 1982 (UM, 81-60) 5. 64.3 (45-70) vs Murray St., Dec. 29, 1975 (UM, 109-83)

MOST 3-POINT FG MADE 1. 2.

1. 3. 4.

37 vs. Charlotte, Jan. 17, 2004 (UM, 91-69) 37 vs. DePaul, Jan. 13, 2004 (DU, 82-73) 36 vs. Jackson State, Nov. 16, 2006 (UM, 111-69) 35, four times, last vs. Tennessee Martin, Nov. 5, 2007** (UM, 102-71)

MOST FT MADE

MOST FG MADE 1. 3. 4.

MOST 3-POINT FG ATTEMPTED

16 vs. Marquette, Feb, 14, 2004 (UM, 89-71) 15, eight times, last vs. Austin Peay, Dec. 3, 2011 (UM, 91-60)

1. 2. 3. 4.

52 vs Northwestern State, Jan. 2, 1956 (UM, 112-78) 48 vs Wichita State, Feb. 24, 1972 (UM, 108-98) 43 vs Cincinnati, Jan. 12, 1982 (UM, 107-75) 39 vs Mississippi St., Dec. 5, 1956 (UM, 89-78) 39 vs North Texas, Feb. 12, 1972 (UM, 87-80) 39 vs Southern Miss, Mar. 11, 1988 (UM, 97-84)

MOST FT ATTEMPTED 1. 2. 3. 4.

62 vs Northwestern State, Jan. 2, 1956 (UM 112-78) 60 vs Wichita State, Feb. 24, 1972 (UM, 108-98) 56 vs Florida State, Jan. 11, 1960 (UM, 86-71) 52 vs Mississippi State, Dec. 5, 1956 (UM, 89-78) 52 vs Cincinnati, Jan. 12, 1982 (UM, 107-75)

1. 3. 4. 5.

95.5 (21-22) vs Southern Miss, Jan. 11, 1967 (UM, 65-52) 95.5 (21-22) vs South Carolina, Feb. 18, 1985 (UM, 99-68) 95.0 (19-20) vs Loyola (N.O.), Jan. 13, 1962 (UM, 87-76) 94.7 (18-19) vs South Carolina, Feb. 13, 1988 (UM, 67-61) 92.9 (26-28) vs Florida St., Mar. 3, 1983 (UM, 94-67)

HIGHEST FT PERCENTAGE (Min. 15 made)

MOST ASSISTS 1. 2. 3.

41 vs Buffalo State, Jan. 14, 1975 (UM, 138-92) 34 vs Union, Feb. 1, 1975 (UM, 105-52) 33 vs Murray State, Dec. 29, 1975 (UM, 109-83)

33 vs Southeast Mo., Mar. 2, 1994 (UM, 109-83) 33 vs. Austin Peay, Nov. 27, 2007 (UM, 104-82)

MOST STEALS 1. 2. 4.

28 vs Southeastern La., Jan. 11, 1993 (UM, 109-58) 22 vs Murray State, Dec. 9, 1986 (UM, 78-47) 22 vs Vanderbilt, Jan. 6, 1993 (UM, 84-78) 21 vs Brandeis, Jan. 22, 1977 (UM, 97-87) 21 vs Georgia State, Dec. 7, 1995 (UM, 124-52)

MOST TURNOVERS 1. 3.

31 vs DePaul, Nov. 29, 1991 (DU, 92-89) 31 at Vanderbilt, Nov. 21, 1997 (VU, 86-77) 30 vs Louisville, Feb. 16, 1981 (UL, 95-65) 30 vs La.-Monroe, Nov. 15, 1997 (UM, 75-74 ot) 30 vs. Saint Louis, Mar. 2, 2005 (SLU, 70-61)

MOST PERSONAL FOULS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

37 vs. Georgia Tech, Nov. 21, 2006 (GT, 92-85) 36 vs Santa Clara, Dec. 6, 1975 (SC, 93-86) 35 vs Okla. Christian, Dec. 3, 1979 (OCU, 90-76) 34 vs Western Kentucky, Dec. 1, 1975 (WKU, 87-84) 33 vs Missouri-St. Louis, Jan. 18, 1975 (UM, 130-79)

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS 1. 2. **

15 vs Ark.-Pine Bluff, Nov. 30, 1998 (UM, 86-42) 15 vs. Jackson State, Nov. 30, 2005 (UM, 97-70) 14 vs. Marist, Dec. 2, 2008 (UM, 100-61) 14 vs. Saint Louis, Feb. 7, 2004 (UM, 63-54) 14 vs Murray State, Jan. 19, 1994 (MSU, 82-77) 14 vs. Houston Baptist, Jan. 3, 2010 (UM, 93-52)

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MOST REBOUNDS 1. 2. 4. 5.

2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 44 (84-40) vs MacMurray, Jan. 8, 1972 (UM, 123-62)

MOST POINTS SCORED 117 by Hawaii, Mar. 2, 1974 (UH, 117-85) MOST REBOUNDS 71 by Tulsa, Feb. 26, 1970 (TU, 87-78) REBOUND MARGIN 31 (55-24) by Miami, Feb. 2, 1967 (Miami, 88-63) MOST FG MADE 50 by Creighton, Feb. 2, 1966 (CU, 115-82) MOST FG ATTEMPTED 100 by Florida Tech, Jan. 10, 1973 (UM, 124-75)

University of Memphis

HIGHEST FG PERCENTAGE .686 (24-35) by Saint Louis, Jan. 17, 1981 (SLU, 66-59) MOST FT MADE 37 by Vanderbilt, Dec. 23, 1980 (VU, 111-96) MOST FT ATTEMPTED 50 by Georgia Tech, Nov. 21, 2006 (GT, 92-85) HIGHEST FT PERCENTAGE .972 (35-36) by Marquette, Jan. 23, 1993 (MU, 78-66) MOST ASSISTS 30 by Hawaii, Mar. 2, 1974 (UH, 117-85)

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30 by Louisville, Feb. 5, 1978 (UL, 103-82) MOST STEALS 21 by Bradley, Jan. 6, 1972 (BU, 95-79) MOST BLOCKED SHOTS 13 by Fresno State, Mar. 16, 1998 (FSU, 83-80) 13 by Cincinnati, Jan. 19, 2000 (UC, 75-55) TURNOVERS 39 by Tennessee, Nov. 25, 1989 (UM, 91-72) PERSONAL FOULS 37 by Delta State, Dec. 18, 1980 (UM, 87-58)

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MOST POINTS

HIGHEST REBOUNDING AVG

DEFENSIVE FG PERCENTAGE

MOST ASSISTS

1. 3,196 in 2007-08

1. 59.3 in 1960-61

1. 37.1 (755-2033) in 2008-09

1. 637 in 2007-08**

2. 2,961 in 2005-06

2. 54.8 in 1955-56

2. 38.0 (795-2094) in 2005-06

2. 620 in 1984-85

3. 2,918 in 2006-07

3. 52.2 in 1970-71

3. 38.4 (827-2155) in 2004-05

3. 616 in 1994-95

4. 2,879 in 2001-02

4. 51.3 in 1965-66

4. 38.6 (751-1945) in 2011-12

4. 592 in 1985-86

5. 2,803 in 1985-86

5. 50.9 in 1963-64

5. 39.0 (785-2013) in 2006-07

5. 566 in 2005-06

HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE

REBOUND MARGIN

MOST 3-POINT FG MADE

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS

1. 90.2 in 1974-75

1. 9.6 (49.9-40.3) in 1972-73

1. 302 in 2007-08**

1. 244 in 2007-08**

2. 88.3 in 1955-56

2. 7.5 (48.5-41.0) in 1971-72

2. 284 in 2009-10

2. 235 in 2005-06

3. 87.5 in 1975-76

3. 6.7 (41.3-34.6) in 2005-06

3. 278 in 2006-07

3. 222 in 2008-09

4. 85.4 in 1956-57

4. 6.6 (42.8-36.2) in 2001-02

4. 277 in 2005-06

4. 218 in 1994-95

5. 85.1 in 1972-73

5. 6.2 (40.5-34.3) in 2007-08**

5. 259 in 2003-04

5. 217 in 2006-07

DEFENSIVE SCORING AVG

MOST FG MADE

MOST 3-POINT FG ATTEMPTED

MOST STEALS

(MODERN ERA)

1. 1,143 in 2007-08**

1. 865 in 2007-08**

1. 361 in 2005-06

1. 56.5 (1470) in 1966-67

2. 1,115 in 1985-86

2. 792 in 2006-07

2. 344 in 2006-07

2. 58.8 (2176) in 2008-09

3. 1,045 in 1975-76

3. 783 in 2005-06

3. 337 in 2007-08**

3. 61.6 (2033) in 1983-84

1,045 in 2001-02

4. 746 in 2004-05

4. 328 in 2008-09

4. 61.9 (2447) in 2007-08

5. 1,038 in 1972-73

5. 732 in 2009-10

5. 315 in 1986-87

MOST FG ATTEMPTED

HIGHEST 3-POINT FG PCT

MOST TURNOVERS

SCORING MARGIN

1. 2,454 in 2007-08

1. 38. 8 (284-732) in 2009-10

1. 575 in 2005-06

1. 20.8 (85.0-64.2) in 1960-61

2. 2,291 in 2005-06

2. 36.2 (185-511) in 2011-12

2. 569 in 1994-95

2. 18.0 (79.9-61.9) in 2007-08**

3. 2,276 in 2001-02

3. 36.1 (181-501) in 2001-02

3. 560 in 2004-05

3. 16.3 (75.1-58.8) in 2008-09

4. 2,249 in 2006-07

4. 35.9 (259-722) in 2003-04

4. 535 in 2010-11

4. 15.8 (78.9-63.1) in 2006-07

5. 2,234 in 1973-74

5. 35.7 (191-535) in 1994-95

5. 528 in 1996-97

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t. 61.9 (1918) in 1996-97 **

5. 15.0 (82.4-67.4) in 1985-86

HIGHEST FG PERCENTAGE

MOST FT MADE

MOST PERSONAL FOULS

MOST REBOUNDS

1. 52.5 (897-1712) in 1982-83

1. 714 in 1956-57

1. 757 in 2005-06

1. 1,620 in 2007-08

2. 52.4 (831-1585) in 1981-82

2. 644 in 2004-05

2. 750 in 2004-05

2. 1,539 in 2001-02

3. 50.7 (1115-2199) in 1985-86

3. 643 in 1955-56

3. 737 in 2000-01

3. 1,528 in 2005-06

4. 50.2 (987-1967) in 1986-87

4. 616 in 2005-06

4. 732 in 2006-07

4. 1,497 in 1972-73

5. 49.9 (1015-2033) in 1984-85

5. 608 in 2007-08

5. 712 in 2010-11

**

608 in 2001-02

MOST DISQUALIFICATIONS

Streaks and Numbers MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS 1. 27 in 2008-09 2. 26 in 2007-08** 3. 25 in 2006-07 4. 20 in 1985-86 5. 16 in 1954-55 MOST CONSECUTIVE LOSSES 1. 14 in 1937-38 2. 8 in 1993-94 3. 9 in 1934-35 9 in 1969-70 5. 7 in 1968-69

MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME WINS 1. 47 (2006-08)** 2. 39 (1984-86) 3. 30 (1994-96) 4. 28 (1981-83) 5. 24 (2002-05) **

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MOST FT ATTEMPTED

1. 35 in 1975-76

1. 991 in 2007-08**

2. 32 in 1965-66

2. 969 in 1956-57

3. 26 in 2000-01

3. 953 in 2006-07

4. 25 in 1973-74

4. 942 in 2004-05

5. 23 in 1968-69

5. 912 in 2001-02

23 in 1970-71

Highest FT Percentage

Italics indicates top-five marks in 2011-12

1. 76.3 (539-706) in 1987-88 2. 76.1 (376-482) in 1961-62

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3. 75.3 (396-526) in 1967-68 75.3 (491-652) in 1969-70 5. 74.8 (536-716) in 1975-76

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CAREER

1. 48 by Larry Finch vs St. Joseph’s Jan. 20, 1973 (UM, 112-92) 2. 46 by Forest Arnold vs Hardin-Simmons Dec. 7, 1955 (UM, 102-52) 3. 44 by Dick Kinder vs Marshall Dec. 11, 1953 (UM, 104-85) 4. 42 by Elliot Perry vs East Tennessee Jan. 30, 1991 (ETU, 105-102 ot) 42 by Leslie Steele vs Southwestern Feb. 17, 1942 (UM, 72-41) 6. 41 by Marcus Moody vs Oklahoma Dec. 13, 1997 (UM, 80-78) 7. 40 by Win Wilfong vs Union Dec. 1, 1955 (UM, 136-70) 8. 39 by Keiron Shine vs. Miami Dec. 4, 1999 (UM, 82-72) 39 by Keith Lee vs Arkansas State Nov. 30, 1984 (UM, 79-62) 10. 38 by David Vaughn vs Jackson State Dec. 23, 1991 (UM, 87-73) 38 by Hunter Beckman vs Centenary Jan. 19, 1963 (UM, 90-85) 38 by Win Wilfong vs Oklahoma City Feb. 18, 1957 (OCU, 106-96)

1. 2,408 by Keith Lee (1981-85) 2. 2,209 by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 3. 1,901 by Rodney Carney (2002-06) 4. 1,869 by Larry Finch (1970-73) 5. 1,854 by Forest Arnold (1953-56) 6. 1,697 by Cedric Henderson (1993-97) 7. 1,678 by Dexter Reed (1973-77) 8. 1,629 by Bill Cook (1972-76) 9. 1,545 by Chris Douglas-Roberts (2005-08) 10. 1,487 by Kelly Wise (1998-2002)

CONFERENCE GAME ONLY 37 by Larry Finch vs. North Texas Feb. 22, 1973 (UM 93-88) (MVC)

Opponent Single-Game Record 4 4 by Bill Walton (UCLA), Mar. 26, 1973 (UCLA, 87-66)

SINGLE SEASON

HISTORY

Annual Scoring Leaders

1. 762 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 2. 729 by Anfernee Hardaway (1992-93) 3. 724 by Chris Douglas-Roberts (2007-08) 4. 721 by Larry Finch (1972-73) 5. 688 by Keith Lee (1984-85) 6. 669 by Larry Finch (1971-72) 7. 665 by Elliot Perry (1990-91) 8. 636 by Rodney Carney (2005-06) 9. 632 by Tyreke Evans (2008-09) 10. 631 by Will Barton (2011-12)

HIGHEST AVERAGE 1. 24.0 by Larry Finch (1972-73) 2. 23.9 by Larry Finch (1971-72) 3. 22.8 by Anfernee Hardaway (1992-93) 4. 22.1 by Win Wilfong (1955-56) 22.1 by Bob Neumann (1962-63) 6. 21.7 by Rich Jones (1968-69) 7. 21.3 by by Hunter Beckman (1961-62) 8. 21.2 by Forest Arnold (1955-56) 21.2 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 10. 21.0 by Forest Arnold (1953-54) 21.0 by Win Wilfong (1956-57)

HIGHEST AVERAGE 1. 22.3 by Larry Finch (1970-73) 2. 21.7 by Rich Jones (1968-69) 3. 21.5 by Win Wilfong (1955-57) 4. 20.3 by Bob Neumann (1961-64) 5. 20.1 by Larry Kenon (1972-73) 6. 20.0 by Anfernee Hardaway (1991-93) 7. 19.5 by Forest Arnold (1952-56) 8. 18.8 by Omar Sneed (1997-99) 18.8 by Keith Lee (1981-85) 10. 18.5 by Mike Butler (1965-68)

Freshman Marks SINGLE GAME 1. 41 by Marcus Moody vs. Oklahoma (Dec. 13, 1997) 2. 38 by David Vaughn vs. Jackson State (Dec. 23, 1991) 3. 33 by Tyreke Evans vs. Missouri (Mar. 26, 2009) 4. 32 by two players on three occasions most recent: Antonio Anderson vs. Cincinnati (Dec. 3, 2005) SINGLE SEASON 1. 762 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 2. 632 by Tyreke Evans (2008-09) 3. 597 by Derrick Rose (2007-08)** 4. 584 by Darius Washington Jr. (2004-05) 5. 551 by Dexter Reed (1973-74)

HIGHEST AVERAGE

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1. 21.2 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 2. 18.4 by Dexter Reed (1973-74) 3. 18.3 by Keith Lee (1981-82) 4. 17.4 by Sean Banks (2003-04) 5. 17.1 by Tyreke Evans (2008-09)

- 2007-08 season vacated by NCAA

Sophomore Marks SINGLE SEASON 1. 631 by Will Barton (2011-12) 2. 620 by Elliot Perry (1988-89) 3. 610 by Elliot Williams (2009-10) 4. 590 by Anfernee Hardaway (1991-92) 5. 581 by Keith Lee (1982-83)

University of Memphis

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Year Player 1953-54 Forest Arnold 1955-56 Win Wilfong 1956-57 Win Wilfong 1957-58 Orby Arnold 1958-59 Jim Hockaday 1959-60 George Price 1960-61 Wayne Yates 1961-62 Hunter Beckman 1962-63 Hunter Beckman 1963-64 Bob Neumann 1964-65 John Hillman 1965-66 Mike Butler 1966-67 Mike Butler 1967-68 Mike Butler 1968-69 Richard Jones 1969-70 James Douglas 1970-71 Larry Finch 1971-72 Larry Finch 1972-73 Larry Finch 1973-74 Dexter Reed 1974-75 Bill Cook 1975-76 Bill Cook 1976-77 Dexter Reed 1977-78 James Bradley 1978-79 Rodney Lee 1979-80 Otis Jackson 1980-81 Hank McDowell 1981-82 Keith Lee 1982-83 Keith Lee 1983-84 Keith Lee 1984-85 Keith Lee 1985-86 William Bedford 1986-87 Vincent Askew 1987-88 Dwight Boyd 1988-89 Elliot Perry 1989-90 Elliot Perry 1990-91 Elliot Perry 1991-92 Anfernee Hardaway 1992-93 Anfernee Hardaway 1993-94 David Vaughn 1994-95 Lorenzen Wright 1995-96 Lorenzen Wright 1996-97 Cedric Henderson 1997-98 Omar Sneed 1998-99 Omar Sneed 1999-2000 Kelly Wise 2000-01 Kelly Wise 2001-02 Dajuan Wagner 2002-03 Chris Massie 2003-04 Sean Banks 2004-05 Rodney Carney 2005-06 Rodney Carney 2006-07 Chris Douglas-Roberts 2007-08 Chris Douglas-Roberts 2008-09 Tyreke Evans 2009-10 Elliot Williams 2010-11 Will Barton 2011-12 Will Barton

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Avg/Pts 21.0/483 22.1/574 21.0/629 15.8/348 15..1/348 17.7/408 17.5/403 21.3/469 18.5/482 20.7/518 20.1/483 19.2/480 17.1/445 19.4/484 21.7/455 17.1/445 18.4/479 23.9/669 24.0/721 18.4/551 19.0/496 18.8/510 17.0/494 18.3/512 12.0/336 12.1/327 11.9/322 18.3/532 18.7/581 18.4/607 19.7/688 17.3/522 15.1/512 15.2/441 19.4/620 16.8/540 20.8/665 17.4/590 22.8/729 16.6/466 14.8/503 17.4/523 16.0/497 20.9/605 16.7/467 14.5/405 15.3/550 21.2/762 16.7/384 17.4/521 16.0/607 17.2/636 15.4/538 18.1/724 17.1/632 17.9/610 12.3/431 18.0/631


2012-13 Memphis Basketball 8. Bill Cook................1,629 Memphis, Tenn.

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1972-73 25 50-117 — 36-43 136 5.4 1973-74 30 182-435 — 125-145 487 16.2 1974-75 26 185-405 — 126-153 496 19.1 1975-76 27 180-392 — 150-178 510 18.9 Totals 108 597-1349 — 435-519 1629 15.1

1. Keith Lee..............2,408 West Memphis, Ark.

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1981-82 29 199-370 — 134-178 532 18.3 1982-83 31 220-438 — 141-172 581 18.7 1983-84 33 245-453 — 117-151 607 18.4 1984-85 35 266-536 — 156-200 688 19.7 Totals 128 930-1797 — 548-701 2408 18.8

9. Chris Douglas-Roberts....1,545 Detroit, Mich.

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 2005-06 34 102-192 9-29 70-94 283 8.3 2006-07 35 194-357 19-58 131-179 538 15.4 2007-08 40 259-479 45-109 161-226 724 18.1 Totals 109 555-1028 73-196 362-499 1545 14.2

2. Elliot Perry...........2,209 Memphis,Tenn.

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1987-88 32 140-336 49-136 87-108 420 13.1 1988-89 32 202-437 17-66 192-234 620 19.3 1989-90 30 175-419 24-76 137-182 504 16.8 1990-91 32 235-507 53-136 146-184 665 20.8 Totals 126 752-1699 143-414 562-707 2209 17.5

0. Kelly Wise.............1,487 1 Fort Walton Beach, Fla. Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1998-99 28 71-120 0-0 31-53 173 6.2 1999-00 28 161-287 0-0 83-143 405 14.5 2000-01 36 212-441 0-0 126-250 550 15.3 2001-02 36 147-259 0-0 65-115 359 11.2 Totals 124 591-1107 0-0 305-561 1487 12.0

3. Rodney Carney.....1,901 Indianapolis, Ind.

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 2002-03 30 102-238 47-130 43-67 294 9.8 2003-04 28 126-325 62-167 50-73 364 13.0 2004-05 38 211-519 76-234 109-141 607 16.0 2005-06 37 220-505 102-261 94-132 636 17.2 Totals 133 659-1567 287-792 296-413 1901 14.3

1. Phillip Haynes......1,479 1 Memphis, Tenn.

4. Larry Finch...........1,869 Memphis, Tenn.

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1980-81 27 111-239 — 55-78 277 10.3 1981-82 29 151-288 — 58-82 360 12.4 1982-83 31 166-322 — 89-108 421 13.6 1983-84 33 173-348 — 75-102 421 12.8 Totals 120 601-1197 — 277-370 1479 12.3

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1970-71 26 167-415 — 145-190 479 18.4 1971-72 28 241-527 — 187-223 669 23.9 1972-73 30 256-575 — 209-250 721 24.0 Totals 84 664-1517 — 541-663 1869 22.3

2. Andre Turner.......1,442 1 Memphis, Tenn.

5. Forest Arnold.......1,854 Puxico, Mo.

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1982-83 31 127-245 — 54-67 308 9.9 1983-84 33 107-234 — 58-87 272 8.2 1984-85 34 154-309 — 80-112 388 11.4 1985-86 34 196-410 — 82-96 474 13.9 Totals 132 584-1198 — 274-362 1442 10.9

3. Mike Butler...........1,409 1 Memphis, Tenn.

6. Cedric Henderson... 1,697 Memphis, Tenn.

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1965-66 25 183-435 — 114-132 480 19.2 1966-67 26 165-395 — 115-134 445 17.1 1967-68 25 189-464 — 106-126 484 19.4 Totals 76 537-1294 — 335-392 1409 18.5

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1993-94 28 160-344 18-67 45-75 383 13.7 1994-95 34 174-395 23-77 67-115 438 12.9 1995-96 30 146-297 30-77 57-93 379 12.6 1996-97 31 184-441 25-95 104-151 497 16.0 Totals 123 664-1477 96-316 273-434 1697 13.8

14. Robert Dozier.......1,381 Lithonia, Ga.

7. Dexter Reed.........1,678 Little Rock, Ark.

University of Memphis

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 2005-06 37 69-171 6-27 63-84 207 5.6 2006-07 37 130-276 12-41 85-134 357 9.6 2007-08 37 125-284 10-33 79-117 339 9.2 2008-09 37 166-320 21-56 124-172 477 12.9 Totals 148 490-1051 49-157 351-507 1381 9.3

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HISTORY

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1952-53 24 150-344 — 94-138 394 16.4 1953-54 23 180-426 — 123-191 483 21.0 1954-55 22 157-364 — 112-161 426 19.4 1955-56 26 203-449 — 145-209 521 21.2 Totals 95 690-1583 — 474-699 1854 19.5

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1973-74 30 216-465 — 119-152 551 18.4 1974-75 15 94-226 — 30-46 218 14.5 1975-76 28 175-420 — 65-89 415 14.8 1976-77 29 203-485 — 88-117 494 17.0 Totals 102 688-1596 — 302-404 1678 16.5

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2012-13 Memphis Basketball 15. Alvin Wright.........1,319 Memphis, Tenn.

22. Orby Arnold.........1,245 Bloomfield, Mo.

5. Anfernee Hardaway...1,319 1 Memphis, Tenn.

3. William Bedford...1,224 2 Memphis, Tenn.

7. David Vaughn.......1,305 1 Nashville, Tenn.

4. Marcus Moody......1,208 2 Memphis, Tenn.

8. Antonio Anderson.1,277 1 Lynn, Mass.

5. Win Wilfong.........1,203 2 Puxico, Mo.

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1974-75 27 88-193 — 38-57 214 7.9 1975-76 30 104-232 — 70-95 278 9.2 1976-77 29 173-371 — 48-81 394 13.5 1977-78 28 180-390 — 73-112 433 15.5 Totals 114 545-1186 — 229-345 1319 11.6

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1955-56 23 74-NA — 33-55 183 7.9 1956-57 30 150-NA — 87-NA 387 12.9 1957-58 22 150-NA — 48-90 348 15.8 1958-59 23 134-NA — 59-98 327 14.2 Totals 98 508-NA — 229-NA 1245 12.7

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1991-92 34 209-483 69-190 103-158 590 17.4 1992-93 32 249-522 73-220 158-206 729 22.8 Totals 66 458-1005 142-410 261-364 1319 20.0

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1983-84 26 108-187 — 30-56 246 9.5 1984-85 35 179-330 — 68-101 426 12.2 1985-86 32 227-389 — 98-156 552 17.3 Totals 93 514-906 — 196-313 1224 13.2

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1991-92 34 184-359 0-2 86-113 454 13.4 1992-93 1 4-11 2-2 0-0 10 10.0 1993-94 28 172-347 7-21 115-152 466 16.6 1994-95 29 138-307 5-17 94-129 375 12.9 Totals 92 498-1024 14-42 295-394 1305 14.2

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1997-98 29 82-225 32-126 27-50 223 7.7 1998-99 24 110-261 42-128 41-51 303 12.6 1999-00 31 120-329 39-125 57-78 336 10.8 2000-01 34 126-304 50-141 42-67 344 10.1 Totals 118 438-1119 163-520 167-246 1206 10.2

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 2005-06 37 87-207 42-116 53-81 269 7.3 2006-07 36 101-259 26-106 59-93 287 8.0 2007-08 40 113-277 51-153 65-114 342 8.6 2008-09 37 131-291 18-71 99-135 379 10.2 Totals 150 432-1034 137-446 276-423 1277 8.5

Year 1955-56 1956-57 Totals

9. Bobby Parks.........1,266 1 Grand Junction, Tenn.

6. Anthony Rice.......1,201 2 Atlanta, Ga.

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1980-81 27 79-164 — 78-118 238 8.6 1981-82 29 117-209 — 96-122 330 11.4 1982-83 31 177-298 — 134-179 488 15.7 1983-84 20 72-149 — 68-88 212 10.6 Totals 107 445-820 — 376-507 1266 11.8

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 2001-02 36 95-216 48-113 28-38 266 7.4 2002-03 30 95-250 56-153 18-30 264 8.8 2003-04 30 90-251 56-169 34-53 270 9.0 2004-05 38 128-309 82-208 63-86 401 10.6 Totals 134 408-1026 242-643 143-207 1201 9.0

HISTORY

0. James Bradley......1,254 2 Memphis, Tenn.

7. Doneal Mack.........1,191 2 Charlotte, N.C.

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1976-77 29 191-428 — 62-78 444 15.3 1977-78 28 212-466 — 88-112 512 18.3 1978-79 19 128-275 — 42-57 298 15.6 Totals 76 531-1169 — 192-247 1254 16.5

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 2006-07 35 83-182 47-116 34-48 247 7.1 2007-08 39 89-229 66-182 24-36 268 6.9 2008-09 37 115-302 63-193 29-54 322 8.7 2009-10 34 124-282 63-164 43-59 354 10.4 Totals 145 411-995 239-675 130-197 1191 8.2

1. Dwight Boyd........1,249 2 Memphis, Tenn.

28. Vincent Askew.....1,171 Memphis, Tenn.

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1984-85 34 39-108 — 22-33 100 2.9 1985-86 34 135-266 — 60-74 330 9.7 1986-87 34 148-300 3-5 79-98 378 11.1 1987-88 29 163-360 4-20 111-124 441 15.2 Totals 131 485-1034 7-25 272-329 1249 9.5

G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 26 217-478 — 140-178 574 22.1 30 204-490 — 221-271 629 21.0 56 421-968 — 361-449 1203 21.5

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1984-85 35 115-225 — 59-93 289 8.3 1985-86 34 150-306 — 70-86 370 10.9 1986-87 34 187-387 16-42 122-155 512 15.1 Totals 103 452-918 16-42 251-334 1171 11.4

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2012-13 Memphis Basketball 36. Bob Neumann......1,117 Cincinnati, Ohio

30. Ronnie Robinson.. 1,150 Memphis, Tenn.

37. Baskerville Holmes.1,112 Memphis, Tenn.

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1978-79 28 127-294 — 50-65 304 10.9 1979-80 27 125-274 — 77-100 327 12.1 1980-81 27 99-224 — 50-74 248 9.2 1981-82 29 102-221 — 71-94 275 9.5 Totals 111 453-1013 — 248-333 1154 10.4

Year 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 Totals

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1970-71 26 128-212 — 59-96 315 12.1 1971-72 28 170-279 — 103-148 443 15.8 1972-73 29 166-313 — 60-98 392 13.5 Totals 83 464-804 — 222-332 1150 13.9

G 22 8 25 55

Year G 1982-83 31 1983-84 32 1984-85 35 1985-86 34 Totals 132

31. Phil Hodson..........1,147 Yorktown, Ind.

FG-A 146-294 56-109 184-355 386-758

FG-A 50-100 70-155 136-255 187-358 443-868

3P-A FT-A — 130-156 — 65-83 — 150-190 — 345-429

3P-A FT-A — 25-46 — 26-45 — 63-85 — 112-137 — 226-313

PTS AVG 422 19.1 177 22.1 518 20.7 1117 20.3

PTS AVG 125 4.0 166 5.2 335 9.6 486 14.3 1112 8.4

8. Omar Sneed..........1,072 3 Beaumont, Texas

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1948-49 21 NA — NA 201 9.6 1949-50 20 NA — NA 236 11.8 1950-51 25 NA — NA 288 11.5 1951-52 35 151-NA — 150-197 422 13.2 Totals 101 NA — NA 1147 11.4

Year 1997-98 1998-99 Totals

32. Jeremy Hunt........1,145 Memphis, Tenn.

G 29 28 57

FG-A 231-395 174-344 405-739

3P-A 5-21 6-37 11-58

FT-A 138-207 113-176 251-383

PTS 605 467 1072

AVG 20.9 16.7 18.8

9. Will Barton...........1,062 3 Baltimore, Md.

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 2002-03 20 53-150 32-92 49-82 187 9.4 2003-04 20 56-168 21-79 59-92 192 9.6 2004-05 26 74-209 25-91 73-112 246 9.5 2006-07 37 161-386 89-233 109-152 520 14.1 Totals 103 344-913 167-495 290-438 1145 11.1

Year 2010-11 2011-12 Totals

G 35 35 70

FG-A 167-390 230-452 397-842

3P-A 39-147 37-107 76-254

FT-A 58-83 134-179 192-262

PTS 431 631 1062

AVG 12.3 18.0 15.2

33. James Douglas.....1,143 Nashville, Tenn.

0. Darius Washington Jr..1,054 4 Winter Park, Fla.

34. Ernest Smith........1,122 Memphis, Tenn.

1. Billy Smith............1,040 4 Memphis, Tenn.

Year G FG-A 3P-A FT-A PTS AVG 1968-69 21 120-286 — 56-84 296 14.1 1969-70 26 156-395 — 133-177 445 17.1 1970-71 26 143-330 — 116-155 402 15.5 Totals 73 419-1011 — 305-416 1143 15.7

FG-A 152-278 123-231 94-184 54-142 423-835

3P-A 3-12 0-1 3-3 2-12 8-28

FT-A 93-143 73-118 52-79 40-56 258-396

PTS 400 319 243 160 1122

AVG 12.9 10.6 8.2 4.7 8.9

5. Don Holcomb........1,118 3 Charleston, S.C. Year 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 Totals

G 19 25 28 72

FG-A 89-189 123-256 166-354 378-799

3P-A FT-A — 117-144 — 110-169 — 135-19 — 362-512

Year 2004-05 2005-06 Totals

Year 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 Totals

PTS AVG 295 15.5 356 14.2 467 16.7 1118 15.5

G 38 37 75

G 30 34 32 96

FG-A 193-420 153-362 346-782

3P-A 47-119 45-126 92-245

FG-A 3P-A 52-152 13-49 128-312 51-150 190-436 50-152 370-900 114-351

Year 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 Totals

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FT-A 35-47 73-101 78-123 186-271

PTS 584 470 1054

PTS 152 380 508 1040

AVG 15.4 13.4 14.1

AVG 5.1 11.2 15.9 10.8

42. Cheyenne Gibson.1,035 Memphis, Tenn. G 32 32 30 94

FG-A 82-212 120-284 145-335 347-831

3P-A 49-133 14-52 10-33 73-218

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FT-A 84-109 106-137 78-96 268-342

PTS 258 360 417 1035

AVG 8.1 11.3 13.9 11.0

HISTORY

Year G 1988-89 32 1989-90 30 1990-91 30 1991-92 34 Totals 126

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2012-13 Memphis Basketball 3. Antonio Burks......1,028 4 Memphis, Tenn.

46. Hunter Beckman..1,007 Troy, Mo.

4. Lorenzen Wright.. 1,026 4 Memphis, Tenn.

47. Earl Barron...........1,002 Clarksdale, Miss.

Year 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 Totals

Year 1994-95 1995-96 Totals

G 36 30 30 96

G 34 30 64

FG-A 117-258 98-205 176-371 391-834

FG-A 198-353 207-382 405-735

3P-A 4-12 2-7 57-138 63-157

3P-A 0-1 0-1 0-2

FT-A 66-95 45-63 72-114 183-272

FT-A 107-171 109-169 216-340

PTS 304 243 481 1028

PTS 503 523 1026

AVG 8.4 9.7 16.0 10.7

Year 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 Totals

AVG 14.8 17.4 16.0

Year 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 Totals

G 16 22 26 64

G 30 36 36 26 128

FG-A 24-54 206-361 200-379 430-794

FG-A 64-149 112-207 119-229 65-166 360-751

3P-A FT-A PTS AVG — 8-12 56 3.5 — 57-69 469 21.3 — 82-106 482 18.5 — 147-187 1007 15.7

3P-A 0-4 0-0 3-9 1-10 4-23

FT-A 40-73 74-127 90-115 74-91 278-406

PTS 168 298 331 205 1002

AVG 5.6 8.3 9.2 7.9 7.8

5. John Hillman........1,009 4 Memphis, Tenn. Year 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 Totals

G 26 25 24 75

FG-A 95-210 115-261 182-378 392-849

3P-A FT-A PTS AVG — 44-64 234 9.0 — 62-93 292 11.7 — 119-145 483 20.1 — 225-302 1009 13.5

HISTORY

All-Time Double-Doubles Date/Opponent P R A Keith Lee - 74 12-19-81/UL-Lafayette 13 13 12-22-81/Brown 28 15 12-29-81/Ole Miss 16 10 1-2-82/East Tennessee St. 18 13 1-4-82/Baltimore 18 13 1-9-82/Florida State 18 17 1-12-82/Cincinnati 12 11 1-16-82/North Texas St. 30 16 1-19-82/Virginia Tech 19 11 1-23-82/Cincinnati 24 16 2-6-82/Louisville 30 13 2-8-82/Ball State 24 18 2-15-82/Saint Louis 20 12 2-22-82/Louisville 20 10 2-27-82/Saint Louis 17 15 3-6-82/Virginia Tech 12 10 3-7-82/Louisville 27 15 11-26-82/West Texas St. 25 17 11-27-82/Wyoming 19 16 12-4-82/Ball State 16 12 12-6-82/Kent State 12 10 12-11-82/East Tennessee St. 16 11 1-3-83/Baltimore 22 11 1-6-83/Saint Louis 16 14 1-15-83/Cincinnati 16 12 1-19-83/Delta State 29 13 1-26-83/Iona 28 11 1-29-83/Eastern Kentucky 35 14 1-31-83/Virginia Tech 23 14 2-5-83/Tulane 14 15 2-14-83/North Texas St. 24 13 2-19-83/Louisville 26 12 2-28-83/Cincinnati 28 14 3-6-83/Louisville 21 13 3-11-83/Florida State 18 11 3-12-83/Louisville 15 10 3-20-83/Georgetown 28 15 11-26-83/North Texas St. 21 15 11-30-83/Middle Tennessee 24 15 12-3-83/Detroit 22 14 12-13-83/Ole Miss 16 17 12-17-83/UCLA 17 10 12-30-83/Iowa 11 15 1-4-84/Cincinnati 11 11 1-14-84/Southern Miss 21 10 1-28-84/Oklahoma 22 18 1-30-84/Virginia Tech 29 12 2-4-84/UAB 13 10 2-11-84/Florida State 12 11

2-15-84/Florida State 2-20-84/Southern Miss 2-22-84/Virginia Tech 3-3-84/Louisville 3-8-84/Southern Miss 3-10-84/Virginia Tech 3-15-84/Oral Roberts 3-17-84/Purdue 3-21-84/Houston 12-5-84/Middle Tennessee 12-8-84/UCLA 12-11-84/Ole Miss 12-17-84/Kent State 12-22-84/Iona 1-2-85/Delta State 1-9-85/Tennessee State 1-12-85/Southern Miss 1-26-85/Virginia Tech 2-2-85/Virginia Tech 2-9-85/Kansas 2-13-85/Cincinnati 2-18-85/South Carolina 2-28-85/Detroit 3-2-85/Louisville 3-23-85/Oklahoma

23 13 27 15 21 10 19 12 20 12 35 13 26 11 29 16 15 10 35 16 24 15 19 11 16 12 20 11 26 12 12 10 22 18 37 12 25 12 22 11 18 11 26 13 16 12 15 12 23 11

Don Holcomb - 48 12-1-69/Union Univ. 20 12 12-6-69/Sam Houston St. 22 13 12-10-69/Mississippi St. 30 12 12-11-69/Tulsa 29 19 12-22-69/Dartmouth 12 10 12-27-69/Oklahoma City 17 11 1-3-70/North Texas St. 25 16 1-5-70/Drake 11 13 1-17-70/Tulsa 18 19 1-24-70/Cincinnati 13 11 1-29-70/Wichita State 21 15 1-31-70/Drake 22 17 12-21-70/Princeton 18 16 12-23-70/Mo.-Saint Louiss 20 15 12-29-70/UC-Santa Barbara 11 13 1-2-71/North Texas St. 14 17 1-7-71/Bradley 31 13 1-9-71/Louisville 15 14 1-13-71/St. Joseph’s, Ind. 22 19 1-25-71/Loyola-N.O. 23 12 1-28-71/Wichita State 10 13 2-4-71/Drake 13 12 2-13-71/North Texas St. 13 10 2-18-71/Bradley 13 17

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2-25-71/Tulsa 2-27-71/Wichita State 12-2-71/Missouri-Rolla 12-4-71/Oklahoma State 12-7-71/Marquette 12-10-71/Ole Miss 12-11-71/Vanderbilt 12-31-71/Arkansas 1-6-72/Bradley 1-8-72/MacMurray 1-12-72/LSU 1-15-72/Tulsa 1-18-72/Drake 1-22-72/North Texas St. 1-29-72/Union Univ. 2-2-72/Louisville 2-5-72/South Alabama 2-12-72/North Texas St. 2-19-72/Saint Louis 2-26-72/Tulsa 3-2-72/Louisville 3-4-72/Drake 3-11-72/Louisville 3-18-72/Oral Roberts

19 17 15 10 19 13 23 11 17 10 20 13 12 16 20 13 24 17 13 15 20 13 15 17 15 14 14 21 24 13 12 13 27 12 17 18 20 16 23 18 18 14 13 11 21 15 16 10

Ronnie Robinson - 48 12-1-70/UC-Davis 12 13 12-4-70/South Dakota 11 14 12-23-70/Mo.-Saint Louis 17 19 1-2-71/North Texas St. 22 24 1-7-71/Bradley 12 18 1-9-71/Louisville 16 13 1-13-71/St. Joseph’s, Ind. 17 11 1-16-71/Tulsa 19 18 1-25-71/Loyola-N.O. 11 19 1-28-71/Wichita State 12 13 2-6-71/Saint Louis 14 17 2-25-71/Tulsa 30 28 2-27-71/Wichita State 27 24 3-6-71/Louisville 14 17 12-2-71/Missouri-Rolla 20 23 12-7-71/Marquette 13 19 12-11-71/Vanderbilt 23 15 12-17-71/San Francisco 28 13 1-8-72/MacMurray 15 16 1-12-72/LSU 15 15 1-15-72/Tulsa 16 21 1-22-72/North Texas St. 24 18 1-27-72/Wichita State 13 10 1-29-72/Union Univ. 13 10 2-2-72/Louisville 23 17

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2-5-72/South Alabama 29 24 2-10-72/Saint Louis 18 12 2-17-72/Bradley 11 13 2-19-72/Saint Louis 24 17 2-24-72/Wichita State 22 13 2-26-72/Tulsa 14 14 3-11-72/Louisville 15 12 3-18-72/Oral Roberts 20 13 12-7-72/USF 17 10 12-12-72/Texas 12 11 12-16-72/Navy 18 16 12-20-72/UC-Santa Barbara 12 15 12-23-72/Arkansas 21 14 12-30-72/Vanderbilt 13 10 1-4-73/Drake 26 16 1-10-73/UCF 11 17 1-20-73/St. Joseph’s, Ind. 14 15 2-8-73/Louisville 12 17 2-15-73/Wichita State 16 16 2-17-73/West Texas St. 16 21 3-15-73/South Carolina 11 17 3-17-73/Kansas State 14 16 3-24-73/Providence 24 16 David Vaughn - 42 11-29-91/DePaul 16 11 12-16-91/UL-Lafayette 31 17 12-23-91/Jackson State 38 12 1-25-92/Marquette 13 14 1-29-92/Vanderbilt 14 14 2-8-92/Arkansas 23 10 2-13-92/Temple 14 14 2-22-92/UAB 13 10 3-14-92/Cincinnati 23 10 11-28-93/Alcorn State 25 16 12-18-93/Fla. International 27 17 12-20-93/Texas-San Antonio 21 11 12-23-93/UL-Lafayette 12 10 12-27-93/Jackson State 33 12 1-5-94/Marquette 12 11 1-8-94/DePaul 18 17 1-19-94/Murray State 18 17 1-29-94/Marquette 14 10 2-3-94/Cincinnati 16 11 2-5-94/Dayton 21 12 2-9-94/Dayton 19 14 2-12-94/UAB 14 15 2-16-94/Southern Miss 16 15 2-21-94/Long Beach St. 15 10 2-24-94/Ark.-Little Rock 23 18 2-26-94/Saint Louis 15 10

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3-10-94/UAB 3-11-94/Saint Louis 3-12-94/Cincinnati 11-17-94/UL-Lafayette 11-19-94/San Francisco 12-7-94/Georgia State 12-19-94/Florida A&M 12-21-94/Nicholls State 12-23-94/UL-Monroe 12-29-94/Illinois 1-8-95/DePaul 1-14-95/DePaul 1-21-95/UAB 1-23-95/Saint Louis 2-3-95/Cincinnati 2-5-95/Temple

19 11 22 16 10 11 17 13 21 10 24 12 18 10 24 12 31 14 20 10 17 11 10 10 11 12 12 13 15 11 12 18

Kelly Wise - 42 11-30-98/Ark.-Pine Bluff 10 10 2-21-99/Marquette 28 12 11-29-99/Alabama A&M 14 10 12-21-99/UL-Monroe 18 10 1-3-00/Arkansas 20 14 1-12-00/USF 27 10 1-22-00/Houston 16 12 2-5-00/Louisville 25 12 2-16-00/UAB 13 11 3-1-00/Tulane 24 14 3-4-00/USF 15 12 11-23-00/Miami, Ohio 22 14 12-2-00/Arkansas 20 12 12-5-00/Tennessee 17 21 12-21-00/Miami, Fla. 10 21 12-30-00/Kansas State 14 11 1-3-01/Howard 18 14 1-13-01/DePaul 13 18 1-18-01/Saint Louis 17 12 2-2-01/Marquette 12 12 2-15-01/Cincinnati 16 14 2-19-01/UAB 19 12 2-25-01/USF 14 11 2-28-01/Southern Miss 14 10 3-3-01/Louisville 10 10 3-9-01/Cincinnati 20 10 3-22-01/New Mexico 16 14 3-27-01/Tulsa 13 10 11-13-01/Wofford 14 11 11-18-01/Northwestern St. 18 11 11-28-01/Christian Brothers 24 18 12-1-01/Eastern Kentucky 24 18 12-7-01/Ole Miss 19 18 1-2-02/Arkansas 16 12 1-9-02/TCU 24 18 1-12-02/Tulane 16 10 1-15-02/USF 10 13 1-18-02/Southern Miss 11 13


2012-13 Memphis Basketball James Bradley - 33 12-13-76/Southern Miss 12-23-76/TCU 1-8-77/MacMurray 1-10-77/Tulane 1-15-77/Florida State 1-17-77/Georgia Tech 1-22-77/Brandeis 1-26-77/New Orleans 1-29-77/Dayton 3-10-77/Alabama 11-29-77/Midwestern St. 12-5-77/Western Kentucky 12-16-77/UTEP 12-17-77/Army 1-3-78/Louisville 2-6-78/Florida State 2-11-78/Florida State 2-18-78/Georgia Tech 2-23-78/Saint Louis 2-25-78/Louisville 3-2-78/Saint Louis 3-3-78/Louisville 12-18-77/Mansfield St. 1-24-78/Georgia Tech 12-5-78/Ky. Wesleyan 1-9-79/Heidelberg Coll. 1-13-79/Dayton 1-16-79/Georgia Tech 1-20-79/Tulane 1-27-79/Saint Louis 2-3-79/Tulane 2-17-79/Louisville 2-25-79/Florida State

14 12 17 11 10 11 22 11 20 13 12 11 11 11 19 10 14 12 14 12 28 12 18 12 25 13 20 13 29 10 27 20 32 12 17 11 26 12 16 13 16 14 22 12 10 12 10 10 14 14 19 17 21 13 16 10 18 11 25 11 21 16 12 15 25 10

Marion Hillard - 32 11-30-74/Montclair St. 12-7-74/UW-Green Bay 12-9-74/Florida State 12-14-74/Murray State 12-17-74/Brown 12-26-74/Temple 12-27-74/Penn State 1-2-75/Georgia State 1-4-75/Western Kentucky 1-8-75/LaSalle 1-30-75/Wichita State 2-10-75/UC-Santa Barbara 2-20-75/Tulsa 3-1-75/Mercer 3-16-75/Oral Roberts 12-10-75/UCF 12-20-75/Midwestern St. 12-23-75/Benedictine Coll. 12-27-75/Cal Poly 12-29-75/Murray State 12-31-75/Pepperdine 1-3-76/VCU 1-5-76/Madison College 1-8-76/Wichita State 1-15-76/Illinois College 1-20-76/Southern Miss 2-7-76/Oklahoma City 2-9-76/North Texas St. 2-19-76/Tulsa 3-4-76/Saint Louis 3-6-76/Cincinnati 3-13-76/Pepperdine

22 19 18 18 17 25 18 17 18 13 22 17 14 12 10 14 11 12 15 15 14 17 10 19 11 11 15 14 12 11 21 16 16 18 20 18 17 11 21 18 18 15 30 15 26 15 16 14 20 16 27 15 23 15 20 15 26 16 13 10 24 12 11 12

Lorenzen Wright - 31 11-17-94/UL-Lafayette 11 12 11-25-94/Geo. Washington 17 13 12-7-94/Georgia State 10 13 12-19-94/Florida A&M 26 19 12-21-94/Nicholls State 23 18 1-3-95/Houston 16 16 1-14-95/DePaul 14 15 1-17-95/Southern Miss 27 20 1-23-95/Saint Louis 26 11 2-9-95/Arkansas 20 11 2-16-95/Dayton 12 12 2-18-95/Marquette 16 14 2-20-95/Long Beach St. 21 12 3-2-95/Cincinnati 12 12 3-24-95/Arkansas 14 14 11-25-95/Purdue 15 11 11-28-95/Jackson State 36 18 12-2-95/Florida A&M 18 12

12-5-95/Georgia State 12-23-95/UL-Monroe 1-6-96/Houston 1-11-96/DePaul 1-14-96/USF 1-20-96/Marquette 1-24-96/UAB 1-30-96/Saint Louis 2-1-96/DePaul 2-17-96/Georgetown 2-22-96/Chattanooga 2-25-96/Louisville 3-14-96/Drexel

25 12 20 15 22 14 23 12 15 14 18 10 21 12 27 16 17 12 15 11 14 13 16 11 16 10

Joey Dorsey - 26 11-11-04/Savannah St. 11-13-04/George Mason 12-18-04/Austin Peay 11-30-05/Jackson State 12-10-05/Providence 12-30-05/Purdue 1-26-06/UAB 3-2-06/UAB 3-11-06/UAB 11-16-06/Jackson State 12-2-06/Manhattan 1-13-07/Southern Miss 1-24-07/Tulsa 2-17-07/Gonzaga 2-25-07/Houston 3-8-07/Marshall 11-27-07/Austin Peay 12-15-07/Middle Tenn. 12-22-07/Georgetown 1-3-08/Siena 1-12-08/Marshall 2-6-08/SMU 2-9-08/UCF 3-8-08/UAB 3-23-08/Mississippi St. 3-30-08/Texas

10 16 10 12 14 18 10 11 11 10 16 13 12 16 11 16 10 12 11 13 10 12 14 11 13 11 15 12 16 10 14 11 10 10 11 12 11 13 12 14 11 12 10 14 12 13 16 12 13 12 11 12

James Douglas - 25 12-4-68/Texas-Arlington 12-31-68/Brown 1-7-69/Bradley 1-9-69/Saint Louis 1-16-69/Loyola-N.O. 2-3-69/North Texas St. 2-12-69/Loyola-N.O. 12-6-69/Sam Houston St. 12-10-69/Mississippi St. 12-20-69/Texas Wesleyan 12-26-69/Arizona State 1-10-70/Bradley 1-26-70/Loyola-N.O. 1-29-70/Wichita State 1-31-70/Drake 2-7-70/Cincinnati 2-14-70/North Texas St. 2-19-70/Bradley 2-21-70/Saint Louis 2-26-70/Tulsa 2-28-70/Wichita State 3-4-70/Louisville 12-1-70/UC Davis 12-4-70/South Dakota 1-2-71/North Texas St.

20 13 20 14 18 10 14 11 25 16 16 14 17 14 14 13 26 23 16 10 19 15 12 12 19 15 14 11 20 11 21 10 24 10 23 13 25 12 16 14 20 11 24 12 19 12 14 12 13 10

Larry Kenon - 25 12-2-72/Missouri Western 25 23 12-7-72/USF 14 21 12-12-72/Texas 28 14 12-16-72/Navy 19 16 12-20-72/UC-Santa Barbara 21 16 12-23-72/Arkansas 14 13 12-26-72/Cornell 19 16 12-30-72/Vanderbilt 17 16 1-4-73/Drake 26 16 1-6-73/Bradley 24 17 1-10-73/UCF 19 20 1-20-73/St. Joseph’s, Ind. 27 24 1-25-73/Louisville 22 14 1-27-73/New Mexico St. 21 18 2-1-73/Drake 16 16 2-3-73/Bradley 17 16 2-8-73/Louisville 10 17 2-10-73/Tulsa 27 24 2-15-73/Wichita State 32 22 2-17-73/West Texas St. 24 20 2-22-73/North Texas St. 22 10 2-24-73/New Mexico St. 12 14 3-3-73/Saint Louis 14 19

3-15-73/South Carolina 3-24-73/Providence

34 20 28 20

Chris Massie - 25 11-13-01/Wofford 1-9-02/TCU 2-2-02/TCU 2-13-02/Charlotte 2-23-02/DePaul 3-7-02/Houston 3-14-02/NC-Greensboro 3-23-02/Tennessee Tech 3-26-02/Temple 12-28-02/Illinois 12-30-02/Murray State 1-5-03/Villanova 1-7-03/Tulane 1-18-03/USF 1-22-03/Houston 2-4-03/East Carolina 2-8-03/TCU 2-13-03/Tulane 2-15-03/UAB 2-19-03/Louisville 2-22-03/USF 2-26-03/TCU 3-8-03/UAB 3-13-03/USF 3-20-03/Arizona State

13 11 19 17 22 17 12 11 10 11 13 12 15 14 14 18 14 13 13 12 19 12 23 11 34 16 22 14 22 16 10 16 14 11 16 12 12 12 12 11 15 10 24 11 27 11 18 11 20 13

William Bedford - 21 2-27-84/Cincinnati 18 10 3-10-84/Virginia Tech 16 10 12-5-84/Middle Tennessee 16 17 12-11-84/Ole Miss 12 13 12-17-84/Kent State 13 11 1-2-85/Delta State 11 11 1-26-85/Virginia Tech 17 12 1-28-85/Cincinnati 19 14 2-2-85/Virginia Tech 18 13 2-13-85/Cincinnati 13 12 2-23-85/VCU 14 10 2-25-85/Southern Miss 15 10 11-29-85/Tennessee State 21 12 11-30-85/Middle Tennessee 30 18 12-3-85/Kent State 23 13 12-7-85/Fresno State 22 12 12-17-85/Ole Miss 23 12 12-23-85/Murray State 12 10 1-25-86/Missouri 24 11 1-27-86/Virginia Tech 12 11 2-3-86/Cincinnati 21 12 George Price - 19 1-28-58/Tennessee Tech 2-11-58/Murray State 2-18-58/Florida State 2-25-58/Loyola, N.O. 2-28-58/Spring Hill 2-1-59/Tampa 12-3-59/Ohio State 12-5-59/North Texas 12-8-59/Texas Wesleyan 12-12-59/Baylor 12-15-59/Lamar 1-11-60/Florida State 1-20-60/Tennessee Tech 1-28-60/Alabama 2-2-60/Tennessee Tech 2-9-60/Florida State 2-13-60/Wichita State 2-20-60/Oklahoma City 2-27-60/Loyola, N.O.

12 20 11 12 10 15 20 12 15 19 17 12 12 10 21 14 24 14 28 13 20 17 10 14 18 10 13 16 21 13 23 12 19 16 22 17 26 12

John Hillman - 18 12-12-63/Marquette 12-14-63/Mississippi St. 12-27-63/Vanderbilt 1-11-64/Southern Miss 1-18-64/Miami Fla. 1-20-64/Loyola-Chicago 2-8-64/DePaul 2-26-64/Xavier 12-10-64/Texas A&M 12-28-64/SMU 1-2-65/Fordham 1-5-65/DePaul 1-9-65/Creighton 1-23-65/Southern Miss 2-01-65/Pepperdine 2-10-65/Marquette 2-13-65/Dayton 2-20-65/Loyola-N.O.

13 16 18 17 17 15 10 11 17 14 18 16 12 11 18 10 19 10 37 16 29 11 10 10 34 16 23 11 20 19 18 21 29 10 20 14

University of Memphis

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Omar Sneed - 18 11-21-97/Vanderbilt 12-2-97/Jackson State 12-27-97/Tulane 1-3-98/Saint Louis 1-22-98/UAB 2-5-98/Houston 2-11-98/DePaul 2-14-98/Southern Miss 2-18-98/Tulane 2-28-98/Marquette 3-11-98/Ball State 3-16-98/Fresno State 1-7-99/USF 1-14-99/Tulane 1-17-99/Houston 1-23-99/USF 2-4-99/Louisville 3-3-99/USF

23 10 21 11 21 11 15 12 21 15 26 10 37 20 20 11 29 10 21 11 25 17 17 14 10 10 19 12 28 12 14 16 20 15 16 10

Anfernee Hardaway - 17 11-29-91/DePaul 18 15 12-14-91/Tennessee 21 10 12-23-91/Jackson State 10 — 12 2-1-92/Saint Louis 17 10 2-8-92/Arkansas 15 — 10 2-20-92/Saint Louis 20 14 2-25-92/VCU 16 — 11 3-13-92/DePaul 23 11 12-6-92/Tennessee 15 11 12-18-92/Jackson State 27 10 12-31-92/Minnesota 30 10 1-4-93/Georgia State# 21 15 14 1-6-93/Vanderbilt# 26 12 10 1-9-93/DePaul 35 15 1-23-93/Marquette 25 15 2-3-93/Florida Atlantic 10 11 2-21-93/Arizona State 15 — 11 # first two triple-doubles in school history John “Tree” Washington - 17 12-5-73/UC-Davis 15 10 12-13-73/Texas 15 11 12-15-73/East Texas St. 14 12 12-22-73/Samford 17 24 12-28-73/New Orleans 12 14 2-2-74/North Texas St. 14 11 12-27-75/Cal Poly 15 13 2-9-76/North Texas St. 19 12 2-16-76/Southern Miss 10 10 12-11-76/Baylor 20 15 12-17-76/Penn State 22 10 12-21-76/Ole Miss 14 11 12-23-76/TCU 22 13 1-10-77/Tulane 18 17 1-15-77/Florida State 21 13 1-29-77/Dayton 20 11 1-14-77/Saint Louis 12 17 Robert Dozier - 16 11-28-05/Lamar 2-11-06/Marshall 11-16-06/Jackson State 1-20-07/East Carolina 11-5-07/UT-Martin 1-3-08/Siena 1-9-08/East Carolina 1-12-08/Marshall 11-23-08/Xavier 1-17-09/UAB 1-31-09/Houston 2-7-09/Gonzaga 2-26-09/UAB 3-7-09/Tulane 3-14-09/Tulsa 3-26-09/Missouri

14 11 13 15 13 10 12 10 10 10 13 10 13 10 16 12 10 11 10 10 19 10 18 10 15 10 16 12 18 14 19 16

John Gunn - 14 11-30-74/Montclair St. 12-21-74/Pepperdine 1-2-75/Georgia State 1-14-75/Buffalo State 2-15-75/UW-Milwaukee 3-1-75/Mercer 3-4-75/Louisville 12-10-75/UCF 12-23-75/Benedictine Coll. 1-5-76/Madison College 3-4-76/Saint Louis 3-5-76/Louisville 11-27-76/UCF 12-9-76/Drake

13 11 18 10 16 13 25 14 20 14 22 13 17 16 17 12 16 11 12 10 12 11 18 10 15 20 13 10

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Dennis Isbell - 14 12-3-77/UL-Monroe 1-14-78/Cincinnati 1-28-78/Tulane 2-4-78/Tulane 12-1-77/Southern Miss 12-5-77/Western Kentucky 1-31-78/Saint Louis 2-18-78/Georgia Tech 1-5-80/Virginia Tech 2-14-80/Cincinnati 2-23-80/Tulane 12-6-80/Southern Miss 2-23-81/Penn State 1-3-81/Florida State

17 18 18 10 18 12 15 14 15 12 13 10 12 17 10 11 16 12 11 11 23 12 24 11 23 10 25 10

Hank McDowell - 14 1-20-79/Tulane 1-27-79/Saint Louis 12-22-79/Ole Miss 12-28-79/Arkansas 1-3-80/UL-Lafayette 2-28-80/Saint Louis 11-29-80/Oklahoma City 1-22-81/Louisville 1-31-81/Cincinnati 2-19-81/Saint Louis 3-5-81/Virginia Tech 12-30-80/Ole Miss 1-17-81/Saint Louis 2-18-81/Florida State

17 11 18 11 11 11 18 12 12 13 15 12 17 10 18 10 22 15 16 14 16 14 23 12 13 13 13 10

Anthony Douglas - 13 12-4-90/Murray State 25 10 11-29-91/DePaul 20 13 3-4-92/Tulane 16 10 12-11-92/UL-Lafayette 18 14 12-23-92/LSU 12 14 1-18-93/Tennessee Tech 24 10 1-21-93/Missouri 12 13 2-6-93/Cincinnati 14 10 2-10-93/Southern Miss 19 14 2-14-93/DePaul 17 10 2-21-93/Arizona State 15 10 2-24-93/Temple 10 11 3-12-93/Saint Louis 19 10 Rich Jones - 13 12-2-68/Lamar Tech 12-4-68/Texas-Arlington 12-10-68/Union Univ. 12-18-68/Louisville 12-29-68/Furman 12-31-68/Brown 1-7-69/Bradley 1-9-69/Saint Louis 1-16-69/Loyola-N.O. 1-30-69/Wichita State 2-3-69/North Texas St. 2-6-69/Louisville 2-12-69/Loyola-N.O.

33 16 25 17 25 18 18 15 27 16 16 15 19 13 19 13 12 12 36 10 19 13 20 11 25 14

Jamie McMahan - 13 12-16-63/Alabama 12-21-63/Ole Miss 12-27-63/Vanderbilt 1-25-64/Mississippi St. 12-5-64/UL-Lafayette 12-28-64/SMU 1-2-65/Fordham 1-14-65/Loyola-N.O. 1-16-65/Florida State 1-23-65/Southern Miss 2-2-65/Santa Clara 2-6-65/Florida State 3-3-65/Duquesne

11 10 12 11 15 16 22 11 10 10 27 20 16 12 17 18 12 12 18 15 12 12 14 11 20 14

Earl Barron - 12 11-24-99/Chaminade 12-23-99/Grambling 1-3-01/Howard 1-18-01/Saint Louis 1-24-01/Tulane 3-20-01/UTEP 3-22-01/New Mexico 12-28-01/UT Martin 1-30-02/Louisville 2-2-02/TCU 2-16-02/Houston 11-22-02/Austin Peay

17 11 15 19 10 10 10 11 12 10 10 10 27 12 17 10 19 11 11 10 14 10 26 10

Baskerville Holmes - 12 3-15-84/Oral Roberts 18 11

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16 10 11 10 24 10 15 13 10 11 14 12 14 12 16 13 16 13 13 10 19 11

Rodney Lee - 12 1-17-77/Georgia Tech 1-22-77/Brandeis 1-29-77/Dayton 1-31-77/Cincinnati 2-5-77/Louisville 2-9-77/Virginia Tech 2-25-78/Louisville 12-14-78/Valdosta State 1-13-79/Dayton 1-18-79/Florida State 1-22-79/Cincinnati 3-1-79/Saint Louis

23 11 13 12 13 12 20 12 16 10 11 10 11 13 14 10 11 11 16 10 18 14 17 15

Bobby Parks - 12 11-29-80/Oklahoma City 12-13-80/Arkansas State 12-23-80/Vanderbilt 1-2-82/East Tennessee St. 1-30-82/Virginia Tech 2-27-82/Saint Louis 12-18-82/Kansas 1-19-83/Delta State 1-29-83/Eastern Kentucky 12-28-83/Cincinnati 3-11-83/Florida State 1-18-84/South Carolina

21 11 17 11 17 11 14 12 13 12 11 10 14 11 16 12 20 12 25 14 33 10 11 12

Will Barton - 11 11-22-11/Tennessee 12-3-11/Austin Peay 12-6-11/Miami, Fla. 12-17-11/Louisville 12-22-11/Georgetown 12-29-11/Robert Morris 12-31-11/Charlotte 1-7-12/UAB 1-14-12/Houston 2-28-12/UCF 3-10-12/Marshall

25 11 22 13 27 14 28 16 12 11 27 13 12 10 16 10 14 10 18 11 18 13

Vincent Askew - 9 1-19-85/Louisville 11-29-85/Tennessee State 12-17-85/Ole Miss 1-9-86/Louisville 1-11-86/Arkansas State 11-22-86/Cleveland State 12-27-86/Alcorn State 1-14-87/Oral Roberts 2-14-87/Southern Miss Sylvester Gray - 9 11-29-86/Temple 12-22-86/San Diego St. 12-27-86/Alcorn State 1-5-87/Austin Peay

HISTORY

Fred Horton - 9 2-26-70/Wichita State 3-4-70/Louisville 12-4-70/South Dakota 12-7-70/Union Univ. 12-12-70/Indiana State 12-31-70/UNLV 12-18-71/UTEP 12-31-71/Arkansas 1-8-72/MacMurray

18 13 26 11 17 11 12 10 27 17 15 18 13 10 25 10 25 13

Chuck Neal - 9 12-21-65/Missouri 1-5-66/Southern Miss 1-8-66/Oklahoma City 1-31-66/Oklahoma City 2-5-66/Florida State 2-19-66/Jacksonville 2-26-66/Villanova 12-10-66/TCU 12-31-66/Yale

13 12 12 10 13 12 11 10 14 10 11 11 26 11 22 10 22 11

Sean Banks - 8 11-13-03/Wake Forest 10 14 11-29-03/Austin Peay 12 10 1-17-04/Charlotte 29 10 1-31-04/TCU 26 13 11-13-04/George Mason 20 11 11-23-04/Arkansas St. 31 10 11-26-04/Maryland 12 10 12-30-04/East Tennessee St. 19 12 Antonio Burks - 8 1-23-02/UAB 2-1-03/Southern Miss 2-15-03/UAB 2-26-03/TCU 3-8-03/UAB 11-22-03/Fordham 1-17-04/Charlotte 2-14-04/Marquette

13 — 10 11 — 12 12 — 12 13 — 11 10 — 13 14 — 15 13 — 11 16 — 11 17 — 10 12 — 10 11 ­— 11 10 10 11 10 14 12 12 12 20 11 20 10 10 10 24 10 16 14 15 11 23 10 14 10

16 11 20 10 19 10 17 10 23 10

Mackie Don Smith - 9 2-19-66/Jacksonville 11 10 12-3-66/Western Kentucky 19 11 12-17-66/Maryland 10 11 12-4-67/Rice 15 10 12-11-67/Mississippi St. 12 11 12-30-67/Michigan State 11 12 2-3-68/Tulsa 14 10 2-15-68/Loyola-N.O. 30 16 3-7-68/Saint Louis 13 10

Cedric Henderson - 10 11-28-93/Alcorn State 21 11 2-5-94/Dayton 17 12 1-5-95/Chattanooga 15 10 11-23-96/Wisconsin 16 10 12-2-96/Jackson State 23 11 12-18-96/UL-Monroe 21 10 1-4-97/Detroit 18 10 1-9-97/Charlotte 27 12 1-25-97/UAB 19 13 2-22-97/Georgetown 14 10 Andre Turner - 10 2-28-85/Detroit 3-9-85/Florida State 3-23-85/Oklahoma 12-3-85/Kent State 1-25-86/Missouri 3-7-86/South Carolina 1-6-86/South Carolina 1-27-86/Virginia Tech 3-8-86/Florida State 3-15-86/LSU

2-2-87/Southern Miss 2-7-87/Bradley 2-19-87/South Carolina 2-22-87/Louisville 11-27-87/Jackson State

Bob Neuman - 8 12-9-63/Ole Miss 12-12-63/Marquette 12-16-63/Alabama 1-1-64/Rhode Island 1-4-64/Louisville 1-20-64/Loyola-Chicago 1-25-64/Mississippi St. 2-22-64/Loyola-N.O.

12 — 10 10 — 12 27 — 10 13 — 10 11 — 12 20 — 10 18 — 11 14 — 11 27 10 31 11 33 11 28 11 22 10 30 17 19 12 29 10

Shawn Taggart - 8 11-15-08/Fairfield 11-20-08/Chattanooga 12-2-08/Marist 12-13-08/Georgetown 2-26-09/UAB 3-4-09/Houston 3-7-09/Tulane 3-21-09/Maryland

14 12 16 11 21 13 23 11 13 11 12 10 14 10 14 11

Kelvin Allen - 7 1-3-90/UL-Monroe 12-1-90/Prairie View 12-13-90/Mercer 3-8-91/Louisville 2-20-92/Saint Louis 12-18-92/Jackson State 1-9-93/DePaul

11 11 18 14 14 12 16 10 10 10 15 17 17 11

Jesse Buckmon - 7 12-22-69/Dartmouth 1-3-70/North Texas St. 1-24-70/Cincinnati 1-29-70/Wichita State

13 12 11 11 12 17 14 12

University of Memphis

1-31-70/Drake 2-7-70/Cincinnati 14-70/North Texas St. Billy Buford - 7 1-10-73/UCF 12-1-73/UW-Milwaukee 12-8-73/Southern Miss 12-13-73/Texas 1-19-74/Louisville 2-7-74/Wichita State 2-21-74/Drake Rodney Carney - 7 11-22-02/Austin Peay 12-3-02/Ark.-Little Rock 12-17-03/Belmont 3-19-04/South Carolina 12-18-04/Austin Peay 1-15-05/TCU 12-20-05/Louisiana Tech

14 10 13 14 20 14 13 10 12 11 22 13 23 11 10 10 12 10 16 13 13 10 16 11 16 11 26 10 20 10 14 10 37 10

Jermaine Ousley - 6 11-15-97/UL-Monroe 15 12 12-20-97/Tennessee 10 12 1-10-98/Arkansas 11 11 1-14-98/N.C.State 19 13 1-20-98/Southern Miss 13 11 11-13-98/NC-Wilmington 11 13 Ed Wilson - 6 3-2-74/Hawaii 12-20-74/UCLA 2-15-75/UW-Milwaukee 12-1-75/Western Kentucky 1-10-76/Virginia Tech 2-21-76/Oklahoma City

14 11 13 10 13 11 23 12 10 12 11 13

Will Coleman - 5 11-13-09/Jackson State 3-17-10/St. John’s 3-19-10/Ole Miss 1-15-11/Marshall 2-2-11/Tulsa

16 10 10 12 15 14 19 11 11 10

Jim Hawkins - 5 12-2-65/Union Univ. 12-21-65/Missouri 1-8-66/Oklahoma City 2-10-66/Loyola-N.O. 1-04-67/Union Univ.

10 11 12 11 11 13 15 15 10 10

Derrick Phillips - 5 12-19-81/UL-Lafayette 3-19-82/Villanova 11-26-82/West Texas St. 1-31-83/Virginia Tech 3-20-83/Georgetown Tony Rufus - 5 11-28-78.Missouri Western 12-5-78/Ky. Wesleyan 12-9-78/Southern Miss 12-12-78/Mo.-Kansas City 12-14-78/Valdosta State Wes Westfall - 5 12-5-72/LSU 11-30-73/Missouri-Rolla 12-1-73/UW-Milwaukee 12-15-73/East Texas St. 12-18-73/Florida State

15 10 12 10 12 10 16 12 10 11 18 20 28 19 14

10 18 13 12 11

12 15 22 16 29 12 18 11 11 13

Shawne Williams - 5 11-28-05/Lamar 21 10 12-27-05/Gonzaga 14 11 1-11-06/East Carolina 13 12 1-18-06/Tennessee 21 14 1-26-06/UAB 10 12 Sunday Adebayo - 4 1-12-97/Marquette 19 13 2-1-97/Arkansas 15 15 2-5-97/Vanderbilt 16 13 2-22-97/Georgetown 16 10 Tarik Black - 4 3-5-11/Tulane 1-21-12/SMU 2-18-12/UTEP 3-8-12/UTEP

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24 11 11 13 26 10 15 13

Johnnie Gipson - 4 12-30-80/Ole Miss 17 12 1-19-81/Tulane 13 11 1-24-81/Virginia Tech 10 10 1-31-81/Cincinnati 23

Willie Becton - 1 1-23-85/Florida State

10 10

Dwight Boyd - 1 12-13-86/Georgia State

19 10

Tom Quast - 4 12-27-68/The Citadel 12-28-68/Furman 12-31-68/Brown 3-1-69/Wichita State

David Brown - 1 1-18-75/Mo.-Saint Louis

15 12

Jewell Burton - 1 1-17-90/USF

10 10

Kareem Cooper - 1 2-14-06/Southern Miss

13 13

15 11 13 10 12 12 11 13

Antonio Anderson - 3 3-18-07/Nevada 14 10 11-17-08/UMass 15 12 1-3-09/Lamar^ 12 10 13 ^ third triple-double in school history; only second player to record a tripledouble in school history Dewayne Bailey - 3 1-9-88/Virginia Tech 2-6-88/Arkansas State 2-10-88/Southern Miss

18 21 14 12 18 15

Steve Ballard - 3 3-12-88/Florida State 11-26-88/Michigan 12-15-88/New Orleans

17 11 13 10 10 10

Rodney Douglas - 3 1-14-89/Virginia Tech 1-25-89/Tulsa 2-1-89/Florida State

20 19 14 14 17 15

Duane Erwin - 3 12-20-04/Louisiana Tech 2-2-05/East Carolina 3-23-05/Vanderbilt

11 10 12 12 10 15

John Grice - 3 11-25-02/Ark.-Pine Bluff 12-14-02/Missouri 2-22-03/USF

14 10 12 11 16 11

George Kirk - 3 1-11-64/Southern Miss 2-8-64/DePaul 2-10-64/Florida State

12 14 30 11 22 12

Mike O’Dell - 3 12-6-65/Peppedine 12-20-65/Texas 12-21-65/Missouri

10 12 11 13 14 10

Wesley Witherspoon - 3 11-17-10/Northwestern St. 24 12 12-30-10/Lipscomb 28 14 2-8-12/East Carolina 12 11 Marvin Alexander - 2 2-11-87/Florida State 17 11 11-27-87/Jackson State 10 10 Keldrick Bradford - 2 2-11-98/DePaul 13 12 3-16-98/Fresno State 15 11 Tyreke Evans - 2 12-29-08/Cincinnati 3-7-09/Tulane

14 10 17 10

Mingo Johnson - 2 1-23-95/Saint Louis 3-7-96/DePaul

14 10 10 — 11

Clarence Jones - 2 11-30-73/Missouri-Rolla 20 10 12-8-73/Southern Miss 15 11 Scooter McFadgon - 2 1-6-01/Houston 10 10 1-27-01/UAB 12 10

Kevin Fromm - 1 12-28-78/Eastern Michigan 20 10 Chris Garner - 1 1-19-94/Murray State

10 — 11

Herb Hilliard - 1 2-5-68/North Texas St.

13 11

Jerrell Horne - 1 1-11-93/SE Louisiana

24 10

Jeremy Hunt - 1 1-17-04/Charlotte

14 10

Shamel Jones - 1 2-15-01/Cincinnati

17 10

John Kilzer - 1 11-26-77/NE Oklahoma St. 17 11 John Lindsay - 1 12-20-69/Texas Wesleyan

11 12

Paris London - 1 11-29-99/Alabama A&M

12 11

Ronald McClain - 1 12-8-89/Oregon State

12 12

Steve Meacham - 1 12-17-79/Eastern Montana 19 10 Marcus Moody - 1 11-24-99/Chaminade Greg Moore - 1 1-7-80/Cincinnati Tim Morgan - 1 2-1-65/Pepperdine

17 10 15 10 22 10

Elliot Perry - 1 12-17-87/Bradley

10 — 12

Billy Richmond - 1 1-11-03/Southern Miss

17 10

Jeff Robinson - 1 1-3-08/Siena

20 10

Derrick Rose - 1** 11-27-07/Austin Peay

19 — 12

Ernest Smith - 1 2-10-90/Southern Miss

18 13

Courtney Trask - 1 12-28-99/DePaul

12 — 11

Dajuan Wagner - 1 1-9-02/TCU

21 — 10

Darius Washington Jr. - 1 12-27-05/Gonzaga 22 — 11 John Wilfong - 1 1-10-87/Cincinnati

16 — 10

Jack Romp - 2 1-05-66/Southern Miss 1-08-66/Oklahoma City

18 12 22 15

Alvin Wright - 1 1-22-77/Brandeis* 10 — 11 * first pts-asst dbl-dbl in school history20

Craig Alexander - 1 1-9-65/Creighton

14 11

Russell Young - 1 2-27-88/Oral Roberts

Jim Atha - 1 12-19-64/Tulsa

12 10

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SINGLE GAME MADE

1. 22 by Dick Kinder vs Marshall Dec. 11, 1953 (UM, 104-85) 2. 17 by Larry Kenon vs South Carolina Mar. 15, 1973 (UM, 90-76) 17 by Larry Finch vs St. Joseph’s Jan. 20, 1973 (UM, 112-92) 17 by Mike Butler vs Xavier Jan. 29, 1966 (XU, 110-107) 5. 16 by John Hillman vs SMU Nov. 28, 1964 (UM, 95-92 ot) 16 by Hunter Beckman vs Centenary Jan. 19, 1963 (UM, 90-85) 16 by Hunter Beckman vs Loyola Jan. 20, 1962 (LU, 100-76)

CONFERENCE GAME ONLY

15 by Chris Massie vs. Tulane Jan. 7, 2003 (UM 85-73) (C-USA) 15 by Dexter Reed vs. Louisville Feb. 5, 1977 (UL, 111-92) (Metro) 15 by Larry Kenon vs. Wichita State Feb. 15, 1973 (UM, 99-77) (MVC) 15 by Larry Finch vs North Texas Jan. 22, 1972 (UM, 91-60) (MVC)

SINGLE GAME ATTEMPTED

1. 34 by Dexter Reed vs Brandeis Jan. 22, 1977 (UM, 97-87) 2. 30 by Larry Kenon vs South Carolina Mar. 15, 1973 (UM, 90-76) 3. 29 by Keith Lee vs Virginia Tech Jan. 26, 1985 (UM, 89-79) 29 by Larry Finch vs Missouri Western Dec. 2, 1972 (UM, 108-74) 5. 28 by Dajuan Wagner vs. Cincinnati Mar. 3, 2002 (UC, 80-75 ot) 28 by Rich Jones vs Wichita State Jan. 30, 1969 (WSU, 71-69) 7. 27 by three different players six times (Most recent: Anfernee Hardaway vs BYU Dec. 22, 1992/BYU, 73-67)

CONFERENCE GAME ONLY

29 by Keith Lee vs Virginia Tech, Jan. 26, 1985 (UM, 89-79) (Metro)

Opponent Single-Game Record

SINGLE SEASON MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

273 by Larry Kenon (1972-73) 266 by Keith Lee (1984-85) 265 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 259 by Chris Douglas-Roberts (2007-08) 256 by Larry Finch (1972-73) 249 by Anfernee Hardaway (1992-93) 246 by John Wallisa (1951-52) 245 by Keith Lee (1983-84) 241 by Larry Finch (1971-72) 235 by Elliot Perry (1990-91)

SINGLE SEASON ATTEMPTED

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

647 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 575 by Larry Finch (1972-73) 536 by Keith Lee (1984-85) 527 by Larry Finch (1971-72) 522 by Anfernee Hardaway (1992-93) 520 by Larry Kenon (1972-73) 519 by Rodney Carney (2004-05)

8. 507 by Elliot Perry (1990-91) 9. 505 by Tyreke Evans (2008-09) 505 by Rodney Carney (2005-06)

SINGLE SEASON PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

68.9 (144-209) by Tarik Black (2011-12) 64.7 (108-167) by Joey Dorsey (2007-08) 63.9 (99-155) by Will Coleman (2009-10) 63.1 (99-157) by Will Coleman (2010-11) 63.1 (106-168) by Joey Dorsey (2005-06) 61.7 (266-366) by Marion Hillard (1975-76) 61.4 (121-197) by Joey Dorsey (2006-07) 60.9 (170-279) by Ronnie Robinson (1971-72) 60.4 (128-212) by Ronnie Robinson (1970-71) 60.2 (151-251) by Chris Massie (2002-03)

CAREER MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

930 by Keith Lee (1981-85) 752 by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 690 by Forest Arnold (1952-56) 688 by Dexter Reed (1973-77) 664 by Cedric Henderson (1993-97) 664 by Larry Finch (1970-73) 659 by Rodney Carney (2002-06) 601 by Phillip Haynes (1980-84) 597 by Bill Cook (1972-76) 591 by Kelly Wise (1998-2002)

CAREER ATTEMPTED

1. 1,797 by Keith Lee (1981-85) 2. 1,699 by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 3. 1,596 by Dexter Reed (1973-77) 4. 1,583 by Forest Arnold (1952-56) 5. 1,567 by Rodney Carney (2002-06) 6. 1,517 by Larry Finch (1970-73) 7. 1,477 by Cedric Henderson (1993-97) 8. 1,349 by by Bill Cook (1972-76) 9. 1,294 by Mike Butler (1965-68) 10. 1,198 by Andre Turner (1982-86)

CAREER PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

63.5 (198-312) by Will Coleman (2009-11) 61.4 (400-651) by Joey Dorsey (2004-08) 60.5 (266-440) by Tarik Black (2010-present) 57.7 (464-804) by Ronnie Robinson (1970-73) 56.7 (514-906) by William Bedford (1983-86) 56.7 (386-681) by Marion Hillard (1974-76) 56.6 (270-477) by Derrick Phillips (1980-84) 56.5 (208-368) by Michael Wilson (1994-96) 55.1 (405-735) by Lorenzen Wright (1994-96) 54.8 (405-739) by Omar Sneed (1997-99)

Year Player 1955-56 Win Wilfong 1956-57 Ron Ragan 1957-58 Bob Swander 1958-59 George Price 1959-60 George Price 1960-61 Frank Snyder 1961-62 Hunter Beckman 1962-63 George Kirk 1963-64 Bob Neumann 1964-65 Jamie McMahan 1965-66 Chuck Neal 1966-67 Chuck Neal 1967-68 Mike Stewart 1968-69 Richard Jones 1969-70 Don Holcomb 1970-71 Ronnie Robinson 1971-72 Ronnie Robinson 1972-73 Ronnie Robinson 1973-74 Dexter Reed 1974-75 Ed Wilson 1975-76 Marion Hillard 1976-77 John Washington 1977-78 Rodney Lee 1978-79 Rodney Lee 1979-80 Greg Moore 1980-81 Johnnie Gipson 1981-82 Derrick Phillips 1982-83 Derrick Phillips 1983-84 William Bedford 1984-85 William Bedford 1985-86 William Bedford 1986-87 Marvin Alexander 1987-88 Rodney Douglas 1988-89 Steve Ballard 1989-90 Ben Spiva 1990-91 Kelvin Allen 1991-92 Anthony Douglas 1992-93 Jerrell Horne 1993-94 David Vaughn 1994-95 Michael Wilson 1995-96 Michael Wilson 1996-97 Sunday Adebayo 1997-98 Omar Sneed 1998-99 Kelly Wise 1999-2000 Kelly Wise 2000-01 Earl Barron 2001-02 Kelly Wise 2002-03 Chris Massie 2003-04 Antonio Burks 2004-05 Darius Washington Jr. 2005-06 Joey Dorsey 2006-07 Joey Dorsey 2007-08 Joey Dorsey 2008-09 Robert Dozier 2009-10 Will Coleman 2010-11 Will Coleman 2011-12 Tarik Black

Freshman Marks SINGLE GAME MADE

1. 14 by Marcus Moody vs. Oklahoma (Dec. 13, 1997) 14 by David Vaughn vs. Jackson State (Dec. 23, 1991) 3. 13 by three different players three times (Most recent: Keith Lee vs. Brown, Dec. 22, 1981)

SINGLE GAME PERCENTAGE

1. 90.9 by Lorenzen Wright vs. DePaul (Jan. 8, 1995) 2. 84.6 by Sylvester Gray vs. Alcorn State (Dec. 27, 1986) 84.6 by Lorenzen Wright vs. Saint Louis (Jan. 25, 1995) 4. 83.3 by William Bedford vs. Houston (Mar. 21, 1984) 5. 82.4 by David Vaughn vs. Jackson State (Dec. 23, 1991)

University of Memphis

SINGLE SEASON MADE

265 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 230 by Tyreke Evans (2008-09) 216 by Dexter Reed (1973-74) 208 by Derrick Rose (2007-08) 199 by Keith Lee (1981-82) **

SINGLE SEASON ATTEMPTED

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

647 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 505 by Tyreke Evans (2008-09) 465 by Dexter Reed (1973-74) 436 by Derrick Rose (2007-08) 420 by Darius Washington Jr. (2004-05) **

SINGLE SEASON PERCENTAGE

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

56.2 by Ernest Smith (1988-89) 56.1 by Lorenzen Wright (1994-95) 53.9 by Sylvester Gray (1986-87) 53.8 by Keith Lee (1981-82) 51.7 by John Gunn (1974-75)

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Pct. .454 .449 .525 .488 .500 .495 .570 .541 .518 .534 .557 .549 .410 .429 .469 .604 .609 .530 .465 .556 .617 .507 .532 .505 .507 .527 .594 .596 .578 .542 .584 .575 .502 .586 .583 .533 .520 .490 .496 .573 .557 .579 .585 .592 .561 .541 .568 .602 .474 .460 .631 .614 .647 .519 .639 .631 .689

HISTORY

FG MADE 21 by Bill Walton (UCLA) Mar. 26, 1973 (UCLA, 87-66) FG ATTEMPTED 36 by Ernie DeGregorio (Providence) Mar. 24, 1973 (UM, 98-85)

Annual Field Goal Percentage Leaders

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3-Point Field Goals SINGLE GAME MADE

1. 10 by Roburt Sallie vs. Cal State Northridge Mar. 19, 2009 (UM, 81-70) 2. 8 by Elliot Williams vs. Southern Miss Jan. 9, 2010 (UM 59-57) 3. 7 by Doneal Mack vs. Pepperdine Jan. 5, 2008 (UM, 90-53) 7 by Jeremy Hunt vs. UAB Feb. 8, 2007 (UM, 70-56) 7 by Antonio Anderson vs. Cincinnati Dec. 3, 2005 (UM, 91-81) 7 by Marcus Moody vs Oklahoma Dec. 13, 1997 (UM, 80-78) 7 by Rodney Newsom vs Arkansas Jan. 18, 1996 (UM, 94-72) 7 by Rodney Newsom vs Cincinnati Feb. 3, 1995 (UM, 74-69 ot) 7 by Anfernee Hardaway vs Chaminade Dec. 21, 1992 (UM, 64-56) 10. 6 by 11 different player on 19 occasions

CONFERENCE GAME ONLY

8 by Elliot Williams vs. Southern Miss Jan. 9, 2010 (UM, 59-57)

HISTORY

SINGLE GAME ATTEMPTED

1. 16 by Rodney Carney vs. Saint Louis Mar. 2, 2005 (SLU, 70-61) 2. 15 by Roburt Sallie vs. Cal State Northridge Mar. 19, 2009 (UM, 81-70) 15 by Anfernee Hardaway vs BYU Dec. 22, 1992 (BYU, 73-67) 4. 14 by Rodney Carney vs. Texas Jan. 2, 2006 (UT, 69-58) 14 by Marcus Moody vs Oklahoma Dec. 13, 1997 (UM, 80-78) 14 by Anfernee Hardaway vs Georgia Tech Mar. 27, 1992 (UM, 83-79 ot) 7. 13 by Doneal Mack vs. Pepperdine Jan. 5, 2008 (UM, 90-53) 13 by Jeremy Hunt vs. UAB Feb. 8, 2007 (UM, 70-54) 13 by Rodney Carney vs. Rice Feb. 4, 2006 (UM, 84-79) 13 by Rodney Carney vs. East Carolina Jan. 11, 2006 (UM, 77-67) 13 by Rodney Carney vs. Syracuse Nov. 19, 2004 (SU, 77-62)

CONFERENCE GAME ONLY

16 by Rodney Carney vs. Saint Louis Mar. 2, 2005 (SLU 70-61) (C-USA)

SINGLE SEASON MADE

1. 102 by Rodney Carney (2005-06) 2. 89 by Jeremy Hunt (2006-07) 3. 82 by Anthony Rice (2004-05) 4. 81 by Mingo Johnson (1995-96) 5. 76 by Rodney Carney (2004-05) 6. 73 by Anfernee Hardaway (1992-93) 7. 72 by Mingo Johnson (1994-95) 8. 69 by Anfernee Hardaway (1991-92) 9. 66 by Doneal Mack (2007-08) 66 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02)

SINGLE SEASON ATTEMPTED 1. 261 by Rodney Carney (2005-06) 2. 234 by Rodney Carney (2004-05) 3. 233 by Jeremy Hunt (2006-07) 4. 224 by Mingo Johnson (1995-96) 5. 220 by Anfernee Hardaway (1992-93) 6. 208 by Anthony Rice (2004-05) 208 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 8. 193 by Doneal Mack (2008-09) 9. 190 by Anfernee Hardaway (1991-92) 10. 182 by Doneal Mack (2007-08)

SINGLE SEASON PERCENTAGE

(1.0 made per game) 1. 47.0 (55-117) by Roburt Sallie (2008-09) 2. 44.2 (42-95) by Antonio Barton (2010-11) 3. 43.9 (47-107) by Detric Golden (1997-98) 4. 43.0 (34-79) by Wesley Witherspoon (2009-10) 5. 42.5 (48-113) by Anthony Rice (2001-02) 6. 41.8 (41-98) by Harry Allen (1997-98) 7. 41.4 (12-29) by Angel Garcia (2009-10) 8. 41.3 (45-109) by Chris Douglas-Roberts (2007-08) 41.3 (57-138) by Antonio Burks (2003-04) 41.3 (64-155) by Roburt Sallie (2009-10)

Annual 3-Point FG Percentage Leaders Year Player 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

CAREER MADE

1. 287 by Rodney Carney (2002-06) 2. 242 by Anthony Rice (2001-05) 3. 239 by Doneal Mack (2006-10) 4. 167 by Jeremy Hunt (2002-07) 5. 163 by Marcus Moody (1997-2001) 6. 162 by Willie Kemp (2006-10) 7. 153 by Mingo Johnson (1994-96) 8. 143 by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 9. 142 by Anfernee Hardaway (1991-93) 10. 141 by Rodney Newsom (1992-96)

CAREER ATTEMPTED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

792 by Rodney Carney (2002-06) 675 by Doneal Mack (2006-10) 643 by Anthony Rice (2001-05) 520 by Marcus Moody (1997-2001) 495 by Jeremy Hunt (2002-07) 456 by Willie Kemp (2006-10) 446 by Antonio Anderson (2005-09) 414 by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 410 by Anfernee Hardaway (1991-93) 402 by Mingo Johnson (1994-96)

CAREER PERCENTAGE

(1.0 made per game) 1. 43.8 (119-272) by Roburt Sallie (2008-10) 2. 42.4 (72-170) by Antonio Barton (2010-present) 3. 39.4 (85-216) by Harry Allen (1996-98) 4. 38.1 (153-402) by Mingo Johnson (1994-96) 5. 37.6 (242-643) by Anthony Rice (2001-05) 6. 37.5 (92-245) by Darius Washington Jr. (2004-06) 7. 36.7 (80-218) by Scooter McFadgon (2000-02) 8. 36.6 (60-164) by Elliot Williams (2009-10) 9. 36.4 (85-233) by Sean Banks (2003-05) 10. 36.2 (287-792) by Rodney Carney (2002-06)

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Vincent Askew John McLaughlin John McLaughlin Cheyenne Gibson Elliot Perry Anfernee Hardaway Anfernee Hardaway Rodney Newsom Mingo Johnson Cedric Henderson Harry Allen Detric Golden Marcus Moody Courtney Trask Shyrone Chatman Anthony Rice John Grice Anthony Rice Antonio Burks Darius Washington Jr. Rodney Carney Doneal Mack Chris Douglas-Roberts Roburt Sallie Wesley Witherspoon Antonio Barton Chris Crawford

Pct.

.381 .453 .364 .368 .360 .363 .332 .407 .405 .390 .373 .439 .328 .402 .406 .425 .366 .366 .413 .395 .391 .405 .413 .470 .430 .442 .392

Freshman Marks

SINGLE GAME MADE

1. 7 by Marcus Moody vs. Oklahoma (Dec. 13, 1997) 2. 6 by Elliot Perry vs. Cincinnati (Feb. 23, 1988) 6 by Sean Banks vs. three opponents (Most recent: vs. TCU, Mar. 3, 2004)

SINGLE GAME PERCENTAGE

1. 100.0 (5-5) by Doneal Mack vs. SMU (Feb. 3, 2007) 100.0 (5-5) by John McLaughlin vs. Louisville (Mar. 13, 1988) 100.0 (4-4) by Chris Crawford vs. Centenary (Nov. 12, 2010) 100.0 (4-4) by Darius Washington Jr. vs. East Tennessee St. (Dec. 30, 2004) 5. 85.7 (6-7), two times by Sean Banks, last vs. Marquette (Feb. 14, 2004)

SINGLE SEASON MADE

1. 66 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 2. 62 by Sean Banks (2003-04) 3. 53 by Elliot Perry (1987-88) 4. 51 by Willie Kemp (2006-07) 5. 48 by Anthony Rice (2001-02) 48 by Shawne Williams (2005-06)

SINGLE SEASON ATTEMPTED

1. 208 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 2. 163 by Sean Banks (2003-04) 3. 154 by Shawne Williams (2005-06) 4. 147 by Will Barton (2010-11) 147 by Chris Crawford (2010-11) 5. 136 by Elliot Perry (1987-88)

SINGLE SEASON PERCENTAGE

1. 44.2 by Antonio Barton (2010-11) 2. 42.5 by Anthony Rice (2001-02) 3. 40.5 by Doneal Mack (2006-07) 4. 40.2 by Courtney Trask (1999-2000) 5. 39.5 by Darius Washington Jr. (2004-05)

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SINGLE GAME MADE

1. 22 by Win Wilfong vs Oklahoma City Feb. 18, 1957 (OCU 106-96) 2. 19 by Win Wilfong vs Mississippi State Jan. 26, 1957 (UM, 86-83) 19 by Forest Arnold vs Southern Miss Dec. 15, 1955 (UM, 112-76) 4. 17 by Larry Finch vs Tulsa Feb. 10, 1973 (UM, 91-87 ot) 17 by Larry Finch vs Missouri Western Dec. 2, 1972 (UM, 108-74) 17 by Win Wilfong vs Tennessee Tech Feb. 11, 1956 (UM, 96-77) 7. 16 by Elliot Perry vs Southern Miss Jan. 4, 1989 (UM, 90-87 ot) 8. 15 by three different players four times (Most recent : Elliot Perry vs Florida State Feb. 1, 1989/UM, 99-82)

CONFERENCE GAME ONLY

17 by Larry Finch vs Tulsa Feb. 10, 1973 (UM, 91-87 ot) (MVC)

SINGLE GAME ATTEMPTED

1. 23 by Win Wilfong vs Oklahoma City Feb. 18, 1957 (OCU 106-96) 2. 22 by Forest Arnold vs Southern Miss Dec. 15, 1955 (UM, 112-76) 4. 21 by Lorenzen Wright vs Georgia State Dec. 5, 1995 (UM, 89-69) 5. 20 by Win Wilfong vs Mississippi State Jan. 26, 1957 (UM, 86-83) 20 by Win Wilfong vs Tennessee Tech Feb. 11, 1956 (UM, 96-77) 7. 19 by five different players five times (Most recent: Will Barton vs Louisville Dec. 17, 2011/UL, 95-87)

CONFERENCE GAME ONLY

18 by two different players three times (Most recent: Keith Lee vs. Florida State Feb. 15, 1984/UM, 75-67) (Metro)

Opponent Single-Game Record

9. 209 by Forest Arnold (1955-56) 10. 207 by Omar Sneed (1997-98)

SINGLE SEASON PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

89.5 (111-124) by Dwight Boyd (1987-88) 86.4 (114-132) by Mike Butler (1965-66) 85.9 (115-134) by Mike Butler (1966-67) 85.4 (82-96) by Andre Turner (1985-86) 84.8 (123-145) by Bill Cook (1973-74) 84.2 (150-178) by Bill Cook (1975-76) 84.1 (106-126) by Mike Butler (1967-68) 84.0 (68-81) by Mackie Smith (1967-68) 84.0 (68-81) by Dinno Daniels (1998-99) 83.9 (187-223) by Larry Finch (1971-72)

CAREER MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

562 by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 548 by Keith Lee (1981-85) 541 by Larry Finch (1970-73) 474 by Forest Arnold (1952-56) 435 by Bill Cook (1972-76) 376 by Bobby Parks (1980-84) 362 by Chris Douglas-Roberts (2007-08) 362 by Don Holcomb (1969-72) 362 by Win Wilfong (1955-57) 345 by Bob Neumann (1961-64) 335 by Mike Butler (1965-68)

CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS MADE 40 by Mike Butler (1965-66)

CAREER ATTEMPTED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

707 by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 701 by Keith Lee (1981-85) 699 by Forest Arnold (1952-56) 663 by Larry Finch (1970-73) 561 by Kelly Wise (1998-2002) 519 by Bill Cook (1972-76) 512 by Don Holcomb (1969-72) 507 by Bobby Parks (1980-84) 499 by Chris Douglas-Roberts (2005-08) 449 by Win Wilfong (1955-57)

CAREER PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

85.5 (335-392) by Mike Butler (1965-68) 83.8 (435-519) by Bill Cook (1972-76) 82.7 (272-329) by Dwight Boyd (1984-88) 81.6 (541-663) by Larry Finch (1970-73) 81.0 (150-185) by Scooter McFadgon (2000-02) 80.4 (361-449) by Win Wilfong (1955-57) 80.4 (345-429) by Bob Neumann (1961-64) 79.5 (562-707) by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 79.0 (136-172) by Mackie Smith (1966-69) 78.6 (147-187) by Hunter Beckman (1960-63)

Year Player Pct. 1955-56 Win Wilfong .787 1956-57 Win Wilfong .815 1957-58 Skip Wolfe .689 1958-59 Jim Hockaday .714 1959-60 Gene Wilfong .724 1960-61 Gene Wilfong .788 1961-62 Bob Neumann .833 1962-63 Bob Neumann .783 1963-64 Bob Neumann .789 1964-65 John Hillman .821 1965-66 Mike Butler .864 1966-67 Mike Butler .859 1967-68 Mike Butler .841 1968-69 Richard Jones .699 1969-70 Don Holcomb .813 1970-71 Larry Finch .763 1971-72 Larry Finch .839 1972-73 Larry Finch .836 1973-74 Bill Cook .848 1974-75 Bill Cook .823 1975-76 Bill Cook .842 1976-77 James Bradley .794 1977-78 Darrell Hollimon .812 1978-79 Kevin Fromm .793 1979-80 Otis Jackson .770 1980-81 Johnnie Gipson .803 1981-82 Bobby Parks .787 1982-83 Phillip Haynes .824 1983-84 Keith Lee .775 1984-85 Keith Lee .780 1985-86 Andre Turner .854 1986-87 Dwight Boyd .806 1987-88 Dwight Boyd .895 1988-89 Elliot Perry .821 1989-90 Cheyenne Gibson .813 1990-91 Tony Madlock .797 1991-92 Tony Madlock .808 1992-93 Anfernee Hardaway .767 1993-94 David Vaughn .757 1994-95 David Vaughn .729 1995-96 Mingo Johnson .771 1996-97 Cedric Henderson .689 1997-98 Detric Golden .735 1998-99 Dinno Daniels .840 1999-2000 Courtney Trask .777 2000-01 Scooter McFadgon .775 2001-02 Earl Barron .783 2002-03 Earl Barron .813 2003-04 Sean Banks .725 2004-05 Rodney Carney .773 2005-06 Shawne Williams .786 2006-07 Chris Douglas-Roberts .732 2007-08 Chris Douglas-Roberts .712 ** Derrick Rose .712 2008-09 Shawn Taggart .748 2009-10 Wesley Witherspoon .764 2010-11 Joe Jackson .726 2011-12 Joe Jackson .837 **

SINGLE SEASON MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

221 by Win Wilfong (1956-57) 209 by Larry Finch (1972-73) 194 by Elliot Williams (2009-10) 192 by Elliot Perry (1988-89) 187 by Larry Finch (1971-72) 166 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 161 by Chris Douglas-Roberts (2007-08) 158 by Anfernee Hardaway (1992-93) 156 by Keith Lee (1984-85) 151 by Darius Washington Jr. (2004-05)

SINGLE SEASON ATTEMPTED 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8.

271 by Win Wilfong (1956-57) 256 by Elliot Williams (2009-10) 250 by Larry Finch (1972-73) 250 by Kelly Wise (2000-01) 234 by Elliot Perry (1988-89) 230 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 226 by Chris Douglas-Roberts (2007-08) 223 by Larry Finch (1971-72)

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Freshman Marks SINGLE GAME MADE

(minimum 10 made) 1. 12 by five different players six times (Most recent: Darius Washington Jr. vs. Vanderbilt, Mar. 23, 2005)

SINGLE GAME PERCENTAGE

(minimum 10 made) 1. 100.0 (10-10) by four different players six times (Most recent: Darius Washington Jr. vs. TCU, Jan. 29, 2005)

SINGLE SEASON MADE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

166 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 151 by Darius Washington Jr. (2004-05) 146 by Derrick Rose (2007-08) 138 by Tyreke Evans (2008-09) 137 by Sean Banks (2003-04)

University of Memphis

SINGLE SEASON ATTEMPTED

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

230 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 206 by Darius Washington Jr. (2004-05) 205 by Derrick Rose (2007-08) 194 by Tyreke Evans (2008-09) 189 by Sean Banks (2003-04) **

SINGLE SEASON PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. **

(minimum 100 made) 80.6 by Elliot Perry (1987-88) 78.3 by Dexter Reed (1973-74) 77.5 by Scooter McFadgon (2001-02) 76.1 by David Vaughn (1991-92) 75.3 by Keith Lee (1981-82)

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HISTORY

FT MADE 18 by Tim O’Connell (Xavier) Jan. 29, 1966 (XU, 110-107) FT ATTEMPTED 20 by Jontae Sherrod (East Carolina) Mar. 2, 2011 (ECU, 68-57) 20 by Kevin Jobe (Oklahoma Christian) Dec. 3, 1980 (OCU, 90-76) 20 by Tim O’Connell (Xavier) Jan. 29, 1966 (XU, 110-107)

Annual Free Throw Percentage Leaders

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Rebounding

Annual Rebounding Leaders

SINGLE GAME

CAREER

1. 28 by Ronnie Robinson vs. Tulsa

1. 1,336 by Keith Lee (1981-85)

2. 1,209 by Joey Dorsey (2004-08)

Feb. 25, 1971 (TU, 94-91)

2. 25 by Marion Hillard vs. Florida State

3. 1,109 by Forest Arnold (1953-56)

4. 1,075 by Kelly Wise (1998-2002)

Dec. 9, 1974 (UM, 70-69)

3. 24 by John Washington vs. Samford

5. 1,066 by Ronnie Robinson (1970-73)

6. 961 by Robert Dozier (2005-09)

Dec. 22, 1973 (UM, 101-69)

24 by Larry Kenon vs. Tulsa

7. 903 by David Vaughn (1991-95)

8. 870 by Don Holcomb (1969-72)

Feb. 10, 1973 (UM, 91-87 ot)

24 by Larry Kenon vs. St. Joseph’s

9. 716 by James Bradley (1976-79)

10. 687 by Dennis Isbell (1976-81)

Jan. 20, 1973 (UM, 112-92)

24 by Ronnie Robinson vs. South Alabama

Feb. 5, 1972 (UM 88-71)

HIGHEST AVERAGE

24 by Ronnie Robinson vs. Wichita State

1. 16.7 by Larry Kenon (1972-73)

2. 12.8 by Ronnie Robinson (1970-73)

Feb. 27, 1971 (UM, 85-77)

24 by Ronnie Robinson vs. North Texas

3. 12.3 by Win Wilfong (1955-57)

4. 12.1 by Don Holcomb (1969-72)

Jan. 2, 1971 (UM, 69-57)

9. 23 by several players

5. 11.8 by Marion Hillard (1974-76)

CONFERENCE GAME ONLY 28 by Ronnie Robinson vs Tulsa

Feb. 25, 1971 (TU, 94-91) (MVC)

6. 11.7 by Forest Arnold (1955-57) 7. 10.5 by Keith Lee (1981-85) 8. 10.3 by Lorenzen Wright (1994-96) 9. 9.8 by David Vaughn (1991-95) 10. 9.4 by Bob Neumann (1961-64)

Opponent Single-Game Record 31 by Bailey Howell (Mississippi State), Dec. 5, 1956 (UM 89-78)

SINGLE SEASON 1. 501 by Larry Kenon (1972-73) 2. 372 by Ronnie Robinson (1971-72) 372 by Win Wilfong (1956-57) 4. 369 by Ronnie Robinson (1970-71) 5. 366 by Don Holcomb (1971-72)

HISTORY

6. 363 by Kelly Wise (2000-01) 7. 362 by Joey Dorsey (2007-08) 8. 357 by Keith Lee (1983-84) 9. 351 by Forest Arnold (1955-56) 10. 345 by Lorenzen Wright (1994-95)

HIGHEST AVERAGE 1. 16.7 by Larry Kenon (1972-73) 2. 14.4 by Wayne Yates (1960-61) 3. 14.2 by Ronnie Robinson (1970-71) 4. 13.5 by Forest Arnold (1955-56) 5. 13.3 by Ronnie Robinson (1971-72)

Freshman Marks

SINGLE GAME 1. 20 by Lorenzen Wright vs. Southern Miss (Jan. 17, 1995) 2. 19 by Earl Barron vs. Grambling (Dec. 23, 1999) 19 by Lorenzen Wright vs. Florida A&M (Dec. 19, 1994) 4. 18 by Joey Dorsey vs. Austin Peay (Dec. 18, 2004) 18 by Lorenzen Wright vs. Nicholls State (Dec. 21, 1994) 18 by Keith Lee vs. Ball State (Feb. 8, 1982) SINGLE SEASON 1. 343 by Lorenzen Wright (1994-95) 2. 320 by Keith Lee (1981-82) 3. 282 by David Vaughn (1991-92) 4. 257 by Sylvester Gray (1986-87) 5. 255 by John Gunn (1974-75)

HIGHEST AVERAGE

1. 11.0 by Keith Lee (1981-82) 2. 10.2 by David Vaughn (1991-92) 3. 9.4 by John Gunn (1974-75) 4. 8.3 by Lorenzen Wright (1994-95) 5. 7.6 by Sylvester Gray (1986-87)

6. 13.1 by Don Holcomb (1971-72) 7. 12.5 by Marion Hillard (1974-75) 8. 12.4 by Win Wilfong (1956-57) 9. 12.0 by David Vaughn (1993-94) 10. 12.1 by Win Wilfong (1955-56)

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Year Player 1956-57 Win Wilfong 1957-58 Orby Arnold 1958-59 Jim Hockaday 1959-60 George Price 1960-61 Wayne Yates 1961-62 Bob Neumann 1962-63 Hunter Beckman 1963-64 John Hillman 1964-65 John Hillman 1965-66 Jimmy Hawkins 1966-67 Chuck Neal 1967-68 Mackie Don Smith 1968-69 Richard Jones 1969-70 Don Holcomb 1970-71 Ronnie Robinson 1971-72 Ronnie Robinson 1972-73 Larry Kenon 1973-74 John Washington 1974-75 Marion Hillard 1975-76 Marion Hillard 1976-77 John Washington 1977-78 James Bradley 1978-79 James Bradley 1979-80 Hank McDowell 1980-81 Hank McDowell 1981-82 Keith Lee 1982-83 Keith Lee 1983-84 Keith Lee 1984-85 Keith Lee 1985-86 William Bedford 1986-87 Sylvester Gray 1987-88 Dewayne Bailey 1988-89 Steve Ballard 1989-90 Ernest Smith 1990-91 Anthony Douglas 1991-92 David Vaughn 1992-93 Anfernee Hardaway 1993-94 David Vaughn 1994-95 Lorenzen Wright 1995-96 Lorenzen Wright 1996-97 Sunday Adebayo 1997-98 Omar Sneed 1998-99 Omar Sneed 1999-2000 Kelly Wise 2000-01 Kelly Wise 2001-02 Kelly Wise 2002-03 Chris Massie 2003-04 Sean Banks 2004-05 Duane Erwin 2005-06 Joey Dorsey 2006-07 Joey Dorsey 2007-08 Joey Dorsey 2008-09 Shawn Taggart 2009-10 Will Coleman 2010-11 Tarik Black 2011-12 Will Barton

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Avg/Rebs 12.4/372 8.3/183 8.0/186 11.0/253 14.4/331 10.5/232 7.4/193 9.4/234 9.6/231 7.5/187 6.6/166 7.7/193 11.1/234 11.4/216 14.2/369 13.3/372 16.7/501 7.8/215 12.5/326 11.2/337 9.3/262 9.8/273 9.2/175 7.5/203 7.6/206 11.0/320 10.8/336 10.8/357 9.2/323 8.5/273 7.6/257 5.8/184 6.8/219 5.7/171 4.9/157 8.3/282 8.5/273 12.0/335 10.2/345 10.4/313 7.0/181 9.2/266 7.5/211 8.6/241 10.1/363 10.3/330 10.8/249 6.5/195 6.3/241 7.5/278 9.4/347 9.5/362 7.6/281 6.2/211 5.0/176 8.0/279


SINGLE GAME

1. 15 by Andre Turner vs. South Carolina Mar. 7, 1986 (UM, 100-59) 2. 14 by Anfernee Hardaway vs. Georgia State Jan. 4, 1993 (UM, 97-76) 14 by Alvin Wright vs. Brandeis Jan. 22, 1977 (UM, 97-87) 4. 13 by five different players on seven occasions last by Antonio Anderson vs. Lamar Jan. 3, 2009 (UM, 108-75)

CONFERENCE GAME ONLY

13 by Otis Jackson vs. Saint Louis Feb. 27, 1982 (UM, 94-72) (Metro)

Opponent Single-Game Record 17 by Anthony Marshall (Bradley) Feb. 7, 1987 (UM, 82-74)

Freshman Marks

SINGLE GAME

SINGLE SEASON

1. 13 by Alvin Wright vs. Murray State (Dec. 14, 1974) 2. 12 by Derrick Rose vs. Austin Peay (Nov. 27, 2007) 12 by Elliot Perry vs. Bradley (Dec. 17, 1987) 3. 11 by five players seven times (Most recent: Derrick Rose vs. UAB, Mar. 8, 2008)

1. 262 by Andre Turner (1985-86) 2. 224 by Andre Turner (1984-85) 3. 217 by Chris Garner (1994-95) 4. 204 by Anfernee Hardaway (1992-93) 5. 198 by John Wilfong (1986-87) 6. 189 by Derrick Rose (2007-08) 7. 188 by Anfernee Hardaway (1991-92) 8. 182 by Antonio Burks (2001-02) 9. 178 by Alvin Wright (1976-77) 10. 174 by Otis Jackson (1981-82)

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CAREER

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1. 763 by Andre Turner (1982-86) 2. 639 by Chris Garner (1993-97) 3. 615 by Alvin Wright (1974-78) 4. 546 by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 5. 538 by Antonio Anderson (2005-09) 6. 498 by Otis Jackson (1978-82) 7. 487 by Antonio Burks (2001-04)

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

189 by Derrick Rose (2007-08) 170 by Vincent Askew (1984-85) 144 by Darius Washington Jr. (2004-05) 143 by Tyreke Evans (2008-09) 141 by Chris Garner (1993-94) **

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8. 398 by Vincent Askew (1984-87) 9. 392 by Anfernee Hardaway (1991-93) 10. 346 by Bill Cook (1972-76) **

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Annual Assists Leaders Year Player 1968-69 Richard Jones 1969-70 Jesse Buckman 1970-71 Larry Finch 1971-72 Larry Finch 1972-73 Larry Finch 1973-74 Bill Cook 1974-75 Alvin Wright 1975-76 Alvin Wright 1976-77 Alvin Wright 1977-78 Alvin Wright 1978-79 Otis Jackson 1979-80 Otis Jackson 1980-81 Otis Jackson 1981-82 Otis Jackson 1982-83 Andre Turner

Avg/Asts 2.5/52 3.4/55 2.5/65 4.2/117 3.9/116 3.3/98 4.7/128 5.3/159 6.1/178 5.4/150 3.4/96 4.2/113 4.3/115 6.0/174 4.1/127

1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99

Andre Turner Andre Turner Andre Turner John Wilfong Elliot Perry Elliot Perry Elliot Perry Elliot Perry Anfernee Hardaway Anfernee Hardaway Chris Garner Chris Garner Chris Garner Chris Garner Detric Golden Dinno Daniels

4.5/150 6.6/224 7.7/262 5.8/198 4.1/130 3.7/118 5.0/150 4.6/148 5.5/188 6.4/204 4.4/124 6.4/217 5.7/171 4.1/127 3.0/88 3.3/89

Miscellaneous Stats SINGLE SEASON

PERSONAL FOULS 1. 137 by Joey Dorsey (2005-06) 2. 123 by Keith Lee (1984-85) 3. 120 by Duane Erwin (2004-05) 4. 118 by Earl Barron (2000-01) 5. 115 by Earl Barron (2001-02) 6. 114 by Tarik Black (2011-12) 7. 113 by Tarik Black (2010-11) 113 by Wesley Witherspoon (2009-10) 113 by Joey Dorsey (2004-05) 10. 108 by David Vaughn (1991-92) 108 by John Washington (1976-77) DISQUALIFICATIONS 1. 10 by Ed Wilson (1975-76) 10 by Frank Snyder (1961-62) 3. 9 by Kelvin Allen (1990-91) 9 by Fred Horton (1970-71) 9 by Wesley Witherspoon (2009-10)

6.

CAREER

GAMES PLAYED 1. 150 by Antonio Anderson (2005-09) 2. 149 by Joey Dorsey (2004-08) 3. 148 by Robert Dozier (2005-09) 4. 147 by Willie Kemp (2006-10) 5. 145 by Doneal Mack (2006-10) 6. 134 by Anthony Rice (2001-05) 7. 133 by Rodney Carney (2002-06) 8. 132 by Andre Turner (1982-86) 132 by Baskerville Holmes (1982-86) 10. 131 by Dwight Boyd (1984-88) MINUTES PLAYED 1. 4,470 by Antonio Anderson (2005-09) 2. 4,430 by Keith Lee (1981-85) 3. 4,352 by Andre Turner (1982-86) 4. 4,103 by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 5. 3,930 by Anthony Rice (2001-05) 6. 3,916 by Chris Garner (1993-97) 7. 3,909 by Cedric Henderson (1993-97) 8. 3,790 by Phillip Haynes (1980-84) 9. 3,740 by Alvin Wright (1974-78) 10. 3,723 by Otis Jackson (1978-82)

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MOST PERSONAL FOULS 1. 463 by Joey Dorsey (2004-08) 2. 416 by Keith Lee (1981-85) 3. 379 by Robert Dozier (2005-09) 379 by Earl Barron (1999-2003) 5. 336 by Kelvin Allen (1989-93) 6. 326 by Kelly Wise (1998-2002) 7. 324 by Cedric Henderson (1993-97) 8. 321 by Wesley Witherspoon (2008-12) 9. 314 by Duane Erwin (2001-05) 10. 304 by John Washington (1972-77)

8 by Tarik Black (2010-11) 8 by Joey Dorsey (2005-06) 8 by Earl Barron (2001-02) 8 by John Gunn (1974-75) 8 by Richard Jones (1968-69) 8 by Chuck Neal (1965-66)

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Courtney Trask 4.5/141 Shyrone Chatman 4.6/165 Antonio Burks 5.1/182 Antonio Burks 5.6/140 Antonio Burks 5.5/165 Darius Washington Jr. 3.8/144 Andre Allen 3.0/111 Antonio Anderson 3.6/130 ** Derrick Rose 4.7/189 Antonio Anderson 4.5/166 Willie Kemp 4.3/145 Chris Crawford 3.3/117 Chris Crawford 3.8/134

HISTORY

INUTES PLAYED M 1. 1,333 by Darius Washington Jr. (2004-05) 2. 1,269 by Antonio Anderson (2008-09) 3. 1,236 by Will Barton (2011-12) 4. 1,224 by Anfernee Hardaway (1991-92) 5. 1,204 by Anthony Rice (2004-05) 6. 1,196 by Anfernee Hardaway (1992-93) 7. 1,180 by Antonio Anderson (2007-08) 8. 1,177 by Vincent Askew (1984-85) 9. 1,170 by Lorenzen Wright (1994-95) 10. 1,169 by Elliot Perry (1990-91)

1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

DISQUALIFICATIONS 1. 23 by Joey Dorsey (2004-08) 2. 20 by Earl Barron (1999-2003) 20 by John Washington (1972-77) 20 by Ed Wilson (1973-76) 5. 18 by Ronnie Robinson (1970-73)

Freshman Marks SINGLE SEASON

INUTES PLAYED M 1. 1,333 by Darius Washington Jr. (2004-05) 2. 1,177 by Vincent Askew (1984-85) 3. 1,170 by Lorenzen Wright (1994-95) 4, 1,168 by Derrick Rose (2007-08) 5. 1,146 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) **

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Steals SINGLE GAME

1. 9 by Elliot Perry vs. Tennessee Nov. 27, 1990 (UM, 74-72) 9 by Elliot Perry vs. Tennessee Nov. 25, 1989 (UM, 91-72) 9 by Andre Turner vs. Virginia Tech Jan. 27, 1986 (UM, 83-61) 4. 8 by Elliot Perry vs. Wyoming Nov. 27, 1989 (UM, 91-75) 8 by Elliot Perry vs. Tennessee State Nov. 24, 1989 (UM, 99-74) 8 by Dexter Reed vs. Ole Miss Dec. 21, 1976 (UM, 88-83) 7. 7 by 10 different players on 14 occasions last by Tyreke Evans vs. Northeastern Dec. 31, 2009 (UM 80-48)

9. 160 by Joey Dorsey (2004-08) 160 by Marcus Moody (1997-2001) 8. 77 by Tyreke Evans (2008-09) 9. 76 by Anfernee Hardaway (1992-93) 10. 75 by John Wilfong (1986-87)

CAREER

1. 321 by Chris Garner (1993-97) 2. 304 by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 3. 272 by Andre Turner (1982-86) 4. 213 by Antonio Anderson (2005-09) 5. 206 by Otis Jackson (1978-82) 6. 177 by Antonio Burks (2001-04) 7. 175 by Cedric Henderson (1993-97) 8. 162 by Anfernee Hardaway (1991-93)

Freshman Marks SINGLE GAME

CONFERENCE GAME ONLY

1. 7 by Tyreke Evans vs. Northeastern (Dec. 31, 2009) 7 by Chris Garner vs. Tennessee (Dec. 2, 1993) 7 by Andre Turner vs. North Texas (Feb. 14, 1983) 7 by Andre Turner vs. East Tennessee St. (Nov. 11, 1982) 7 by Otis Jackson vs. Missouri-Kansas City (Dec. 12, 1978)

9 by Andre Turner vs Virginia Tech Jan. 27, 1986 (UM, 83-61) (Metro)

Opponent Single-Game Record 9 by Granville Arnold (Florida State) Feb. 26, 1983 (FSU, 74-72)

SINGLE SEASON

1. 90 by Chris Garner (1994-95) 2. 87 by Andre Turner (1985-86) 3. 86 by Anfernee Hardaway (1991-92) 4. 85 by Elliot Perry (1990-91) 85 by Chris Garner (1996-97) 6. 82 by Elliot Perry (1989-90) 7. 81 by Dexter Reed (1976-77)

SINGLE SEASON 1. 2. 4. 5.

77 by Tyreke Evans (2008-09) 74 by Sidney Coles (1992-93) 74 by Andre Turner (1982-83) 63 by Darius Washington Jr. (2004-05) 57 by William Bedford (1983-84)

Blocked Shots

HISTORY

SINGLE GAME

1. 9 by David Vaughn vs. Georgia State Dec. 11, 1993 (UM, 66-55) 9 by Keith Lee vs. Brown Dec. 22, 1981 (UM, 106-96) 3. 8 by Kelly Wise vs. Southern Miss Jan. 29, 2000 (USM, 67-66) 8 by David Vaughn vs. Dayton Feb. 9, 1994 (UM, 84-71) 8 by David Vaughn vs. Murray State Jan. 19, 1994 (MSU, 82-77) 8 by William Bedford vs. Virginia Tech Jan. 26, 1985 (UM, 89-79) 7. 7 by 9 different players on 12 occasions last by Tarik Black vs. Robert Morris Dec. 29, 2011 (UM 64-47)

CONFERENCE GAME ONLY

8 by 3 different players on 3 occasions last by Kelly Wise vs. Southern Miss Jan. 29, 2000 (USM, 67-66) (C-USA)

Opponent Single-Game Record 10 by Kenyon Martin (Cincinnati) Jan. 19, 2000 (UC, 75-55)

SINGLE SEASON

1. 107 by David Vaughn (1993-94) 2. 102 by Keith Lee (1981-82) 3. 96 by Keith Lee (1982-83) 4. 91 by William Bedford (1984-85) 5. 86 by William Bedford (1985-86) 6. 81 by Joey Dorsey (2006-07)

7. 76 by Keith Lee (1983-84) 8. 74 by Joey Dorsey (2007-08) 9. 73 by Will Coleman (2009-10) 10. 71 by Lorenzen Wright (1994-95) 71 by Kelly Wise (1999-00)

CAREER

1. 320 by Keith Lee (1981-85) 2. 264 by Joey Dorsey (2004-08) 3. 235 by David Vaughn (1991- 95) 4. 234 by William Bedford (1983-86) 5. 228 by Robert Dozier (2005-06) 6. 226 by Kelly Wise (1998-2002)

Freshman Marks

SINGLE GAME

1. 9 by Keith Lee vs. Brown (Nov. 22, 1981) 2. 7 by Keith Lee vs. Florida State (Jan. 9, 1982) 3. 6 by Earl Barron vs. Chaminade (Nov. 24, 1999) 6 by Lorenzen Wright vs. Nicholls State (Dec. 21, 1994) 6 by David Vaughn vs. Vanderbilt (Jan. 29, 1992) 6 by Keith Lee vs. Baltimore (Jan. 4, 1982)

SINGLE SEASON

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

102 by Keith Lee (1981-82) 71 by Lorenzen Wright (1994-95) 59 by David Vaughn (1991-92) 57 by William Bedford (1983-84) 56 by Tarik Black (2010-11)

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Annual Steals Leaders Year Player 1979-80 Otis Jackson 1980-81 Otis Jackson 1981-82 Otis Jackson 1982-83 Andre Turner 1983-84 Andre Turner 1984-85 Andre Turner 1985-86 Andre Turner 1986-87 John Wilfong 1987-88 Elliot Perry 1988-89 Elliot Perry 1989-90 Elliot Perry 1990-91 Elliot Perry 1991-92 Anfernee Hardaway 1992-93 Anfernee Hardaway 1993-94 Chris Garner 1994-95 Chris Garner 1995-96 Chris Garner 1996-97 Chris Garner 1997-98 Keldrick Bradford 1998-99 Marcus Moody 1999-2000 Courtney Trask 2000-01 Shannon Forman 2001-02 Antonio Burks 2002-03 Antonio Burks 2003-04 Antonio Burks 2004-05 Darius Washington Jr. 2005-06 Antonio Anderson 2006-07 Antonio Anderson 2007-08 Antonio Anderson Chris Douglas-Roberts 2008-09 Tyreke Evans 2009-10 Roburt Sallie 2010-11 Chris Crawford 2011-12 Chris Crawford

Avg/Stls 1.3/36 1.4/39 2.4/71 2.4/74 1.8/58 1.6/53 2.6/87 2.2/75 2.2/71 2.1/66 2.7/82 2.7/85 2.5/86 2.4/76 2.6/74 2.6/90 2.4/72 2.7/85 1.9/54 2.1/50 1.6/51 1.2/43 2.0/72 1.4/34 2.4/71 1.7/63 1.5/56 1.6/59 1.2/49 1.2/49 2.1/77 1.5/58 1.6/55 1.8/63

7. 178 by Dennis Isbell (1976-81) 8. 159 by John Washington (1972-77) 159 by Kelvin Allen (1989-93) 10. 155 by Duane Erwin (2001-05)

Annual Blocked Shots Leaders Year Player 1979-80 Dennis Isbell 1980-81 Dennis Isbell 1981-82 Keith Lee 1982-83 Keith Lee 1983-84 Keith Lee 1984-85 William Bedford 1985-86 William Bedford 1986-87 Sylvester Gray 1987-88 Steve Ballard 1988-89 Bret Mundt 1989-90 Kelvin Allen 1990-91 Kelvin Allen 1991-92 David Vaughn 1992-93 Kelvin Allen 1993-94 David Vaughn 1994-95 Lorenzen Wright 1995-96 Lorenzen Wright 1996-97 Chad Allen 1997-98 Jermaine Ousley 1998-99 Kelly Wise 1999-2000 Kelly Wise 2000-01 Kelly Wise 2001-02 Kelly Wise 2002-03 Rodney Carney 2003-04 Duane Erwin 2004-05 Duane Erwin 2005-06 Joey Dorsey 2006-07 Joey Dorsey 2007-08 Joey Dorsey 2008-09 Robert Dozier 2009-10 Will Coleman 2010-11 Tarik Black 2011-12 Tarik Black

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Avg/Pts 2.1/57 1.4/37 3.5/102 3.1/96 2.3/76 2.6/91 2.7/86 1.4/47 0.8/26 0.7/23 1.1/31 1.6/50 1.7/59 1.9/61 3.8/107 2.1/71 1.9/59 1.1/34 1.1/32 1.7/48 2.5/71 1.6/57 1.6/50 1.5/46 1.5/44 1.5/57 1.8/66 2.2/81 1.9/74 1.6/61 2.1/73 1.6/56 1.5/53


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CONFERENCE HONORS ALL-CONFERENCE USA FIRST TEAM

Lorenzen Wright................................................ 1996 Omar Sneed....................................................... 1998 Kelly Wise...............................................2001, 2002 Dajuan Wagner.................................................. 2002 Chris Massie...................................................... 2003 Sean Banks........................................................ 2004 Antonio Burks................................................... 2004 Rodney Carney.................................................. 2006 Darius Washington Jr......................................... 2006 Joey Dorsey....................................................... 2007 Chris Douglas-Roberts............................2007, 2008 Derrick Rose...................................................... 2008 Tyreke Evans..................................................... 2009 Elliot Williams................................................... 2010 Will Barton........................................................ 2012

ALL-CONFERENCE USA SECOND TEAM

Cedric Henderson.............................................. 1997 Omar Sneed....................................................... 1999 Rodney Carney.................................................. 2005 Jeremy Hunt....................................................... 2007 Joey Dorsey....................................................... 2008 Antonio Anderson............................................. 2009 Robert Dozier.................................................... 2009 Tarik Black........................................................ 2012

ALL-CONFERENCE USA THIRD TEAM

Detric Golden.................................................... 1998 Kelly Wise......................................................... 2000 Antonio Burks................................................... 2003 Darius Washington Jr......................................... 2005 Shawne Williams............................................... 2006 Robert Dozier.................................................... 2008 Wesley Witherspoon.......................................... 2010 Will Barton........................................................ 2011 Chris Crawford.................................................. 2012

CONFERENCE USA ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM

CONFERENCE USA ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM

Antonio Anderson.........................2007, 2008, 2009 Joey Dorsey.............................................2007, 2008 Robert Dozier.................................................... 2009

Antonio Burks................................................... 2004 Rodney Carney.................................................. 2006 Chris Douglas-Roberts...................................... 2008 Will Barton........................................................ 2012

CONFERENCE USA FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

Dajuan Wagner.................................................. 2002 Sean Banks........................................................ 2004 Darius Washington Jr......................................... 2005 Shawne Williams............................................... 2006 Derrick Rose...................................................... 2008 Tyreke Evans..................................................... 2009

Tyreke Evans.............. Nov. 17, 2008; Dec. 8, 2008; ..............Dec. 15, 2008; Jan. 5, 2009; Jan. 19, 2009; ..............Jan. 26, 2009; Feb. 9, 2009; Feb. 23, 2009; ...............................................................Mar. 9, 2009 Elliot Williams............ Nov. 23, 2009; Dec. 7, 2009; ..................................... Jan. 11, 2010; Feb. 15, 2010

CONFERENCE USA FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK

Will Barton.................. Jan. 24, 2011; Feb. 14, 2011 Antonio Barton..............Nov. 15, 2010; Jan. 3, 2011 Joe Jackson......................................... Dec. 27, 2010 Chris Crawford................................... Dec. 20, 2010

CONFERENCE USA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

Jeremy Hunt....................................................... 2007 Wesley Witherspoon.......................................... 2009

Lorenzen Wright................................................ 1996 Kelly Wise......................................................... 2001 Anthony Rice..................................................... 2005 Darius Washington Jr......................................... 2005 Rodney Carney.................................................. 2006 Joey Dorsey.............................................2006, 2007 Shawne Williams............................................... 2006 Antonio Anderson...................................2007, 2008 Chris Douglas-Roberts............................2007, 2008 Derrick Rose...................................................... 2008 Robert Dozier.................................................... 2009 Tyreke Evans..................................................... 2009 Shawn Taggart................................................... 2009 Joe Jackson.............................................. 2011, 2012 Will Barton........................................................ 2012 Tarik Black........................................................ 2012

CONFERENCE USA COACH OF THE YEAR

CONFERENCE USA TOURNAMENT MVP

CONFERENCE USA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Joey Dorsey.............................................2007, 2008 Antonio Anderson............................................. 2009

CONFERENCE USA NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR

Elliot Williams................................................... 2009

CONFERENCE USA SIXTH MAN OF THE YEAR

John Calipari..................................2006, 2008, 2009

CONFERENCE USA PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Chris Garner....................................... Nov. 27, 1995 Cedric Henderson.................................Jan. 29, 1996 Cedric Henderson.................................Jan. 13, 1997 Sunday Adebayo................................ March 3, 1997 Marcus Moody................................... Dec. 15, 1998 Omar Sneed...................Feb. 2, 1998; Feb. 23, 1998 Keiron Shine..........................................Dec. 6, 1999 Kelly Wise.................. Feb. 12, 2001; Jan. 14, 2002; .............................................................Feb. 25, 2002 Shyrone Chatman................................Feb. 26, 2001 Chris Massie....................................... Dec. 30, 2002 Antonio Burks............Dec. 29, 2003; Feb. 16, 2004 Darius Washington Jr.......................... Dec. 12, 2005 Rodney Carney.............Dec. 27, 2005; Jan. 9, 2006; ..............................................................Jan. 30, 2006 Chris Douglas-Roberts...................... Dec. 18, 2006; ...................................Feb. 26, 2007; Nov. 12, 2007; ....................................Nov. 19, 2007; Feb. 18, 2008 Joey Dorsey.................. Feb. 4, 2007; Mar. 10, 2008 Derrick Rose....................................... Dec. 24, 2007 Elliot Williams.................................... Dec. 14, 2009 Wesley Witherspoon..............................Feb. 8, 2010 Will Barton.........................................Dec. 12, 2011; ................................... Dec. 19, 2011; Feb. 27, 2012; ...............................................................Mar. 5, 2012

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Shawne Williams............................................... 2006 Chris Douglas-Roberts...................................... 2007 Antonio Anderson............................................. 2008 Tyreke Evans..................................................... 2009 Joe Jackson.............................................. 2011, 2012

GREAT MIDWEST MVP

Anfernee Hardaway.................................1992, 1993

GREAT MIDWEST NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR

Anfernee Hardaway........................................... 1992 Lorenzen Wright................................................ 1995

GREAT MIDWEST COACH OF THE YEAR

Larry Finch........................................................ 1995

ALL-GREAT MIDWEST FIRST TEAM

Anfernee Hardaway.................................1992, 1993 David Vaughn.................................................... 1994 Lorenzen Wright................................................ 1995

ALL-GREAT MIDWEST SECOND TEAM

David Vaughn.................................................... 1992 Billy Smith......................................................... 1993 David Vaughn.................................................... 1995

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HISTORY

Courtney Trask.................................................. 2000 Scooter McFadgon............................................ 2001 Dajuan Wagner.................................................. 2002 Rodney Carney.................................................. 2003 Sean Banks........................................................ 2004 Joey Dorsey....................................................... 2005 Darius Washington Jr......................................... 2005 Chris Douglas-Roberts...................................... 2006 Shawne Williams............................................... 2006 Derrick Rose...................................................... 2008 Tyreke Evans..................................................... 2009 Will Barton........................................................ 2011 Tarik Black........................................................ 2011

CONFERENCE USA PLAYER OF THE YEAR

CONFERENCE USA ROOKIE/NEWCOMER OF THE WEEK

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Anfernee Hardaway........................................... 1992 David Vaughn.................................................... 1992 Rodney Newsom............................................... 1993 Cedric Henderson.............................................. 1994 Chris Garner...................................................... 1994 Lorenzen Wright................................................ 1995

GREAT MIDWEST PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Anfernee Hardaway (3)................................1991-92 David Vaughn...............................................1991-92 Anfernee Hardaway (4)................................1992-93 Billy Smith....................................................1992-93 David Vaughn (3).........................................1993-94 Lorenzen Wright...........................................1994-95 Cedric Henderson.........................................1994-95 David Vaughn...............................................1994-95

GREAT MIDWEST ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

Anfernee Hardaway........................................... 1992 David Vaughn.................................................... 1992 Anfernee Hardaway........................................... 1993 David Vaughn.................................................... 1994 Chris Garner...................................................... 1994

METRO PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Keith Lee........................................................... 1982 Keith Lee........................................................... 1985

METRO FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

Keith Lee........................................................... 1982 Sylvester Gray................................................... 1987 Elliot Perry......................................................... 1988

METRO COACH OF THE YEAR

Dana Kirk.......................................................... 1984 Larry Finch........................................................ 1987 Larry Finch........................................................ 1989

HISTORY

ALL-METRO FIRST TEAM

James Bradley..........................................1978, 1979 Otis Jackson....................................................... 1982 Keith Lee.............................1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 William Bedford................................................ 1986 Andre Turner..................................................... 1986 Vincent Askew................................................... 1987 Elliot Perry...............................................1989, 1991

ALL-METRO SECOND TEAM

Dexter Reed....................................................... 1977 Alvin Wright...................................................... 1978 Hank McDowell................................................ 1981 Bobby Parks.............................................1982, 1983 Phillip Haynes................................................... 1984 William Bedford................................................ 1985 Andre Turner..................................................... 1985 Baskerville Holmes........................................... 1986 Sylvester Gray................................................... 1987 Elliot Perry......................................................... 1990

ALL-METRO HONORABLE MENTION

James Bradley.................................................... 1977 John Washington............................................... 1977 Alvin Wright...................................................... 1977 Darrell Hollimon............................................... 1978 Dennis Isbell...................................................... 1978

Kevin Fromm.................................................... 1979 Otis Jackson....................................................... 1979 Rodney Lee........................................................ 1979 Dennis Isbell............................................1980, 1981 Otis Jackson.............................................1980, 1981 Hank McDowell................................................ 1980 Phillip Haynes.........................................1981, 1983 Bobby Parks....................................................... 1981 Derrick Phillips.................................................. 1982

MISSOURI VALLEY NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR

Joe Proctor......................................................... 1969 Larry Finch........................................................ 1971

MISSOURI VALLEY COACH OF THE YEAR

Gene Bartow...................................................... 1972

METRO ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM

Otis Jackson....................................................... 1979 Phillip Haynes................................................... 1981 Bobby Parks....................................................... 1981 Keith Lee........................................................... 1982 Andre Turner..................................................... 1983 William Bedford................................................ 1984 Vincent Askew................................................... 1985 Sylvester Gray................................................... 1987 Elliot Perry......................................................... 1988 Russell Young.................................................... 1988 Ernest Smith...................................................... 1989

ALL-MISSOURI VALLEY FIRST TEAM

METRO PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Larry Finch, NCAA Midwest Region............... 1973 Andre Turner, NCAA Midwest Region............ 1985 Derrick Rose, NCAA South Region ............... 2008

Keith Lee (3).................................................1981-82 Keith Lee (3).................................................1982-83 Keith Lee (2)................................................ 1984-85 Baskerville Holmes......................................1984-85 William Bedford...........................................1984-85 Andre Turner................................................1984-85 William Bedford...........................................1985-86 Andre Turner................................................1985-86 Vincent Askew..............................................1985-86 Sylvester Gray (2)........................................1986-87 Rodney Douglas...........................................1987-88 Elliot Perry....................................................1988-89 Rodney Douglas...........................................1988-89 Elliot Perry....................................................1989-90 Elliot Perry....................................................1990-91

METRO TOURNAMENT MVP

Dexter Reed....................................................... 1976 Keith Lee.................................................1982, 1984 Marvin Alexander.............................................. 1987

METRO ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

Dexter Reed....................................................... 1976 Bill Cook............................................................ 1976 Alvin Wright............................................1976, 1977 Rodney Lee........................................................ 1979 Keith Lee.......................................1982, 1984, 1985 Bobby Parks.............................................1982, 1983 Otis Jackson....................................................... 1982 Phillip Haynes................................................... 1984 Andre Turner...........................................1985, 1986 Baskerville Holmes.................................1985, 1986 Marvin Alexander.............................................. 1987 Vincent Askew................................................... 1987 Dwight Boyd..................................................... 1988 Elliot Perry......................................................... 1988 Cheyenne Gibson.............................................. 1989

METRO ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM

Todd Mundt....................................................... 1990 Kevin Fromm.................................................... 1978 Jon Albright.............................................1981, 1982

MISSOURI VALLEY PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Mike Butler........................................................ 1968 Larry Finch....................................1971, 1972, 1973 Ronnie Robinson...........................1971, 1972, 1973 Don Holcomb.................................................... 1972 Larry Kenon....................................................... 1973

POSTSEASON TOURNAMENTS

NCAA TOURNAMENT MVP **

NCAA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

Larry Finch, Midwest Region........................... 1973 Larry Kenon, Midwest Region......................... 1973 Ronnie Robinson, Midwest Region.................. 1973 Larry Finch, NCAA Final Four......................... 1973 Larry Kenon, NCAA Final Four....................... 1973 William Bedford, Midwest Region................... 1984 William Bedford, Midwest Region................... 1985 Andre Turner, Midwest Region......................... 1985 Anfernee Hardaway, Midwest Region.............. 1992 Mingo Johnson, Midwest Region..................... 1995 Darius Washington Jr., Oakland Region........... 2006 Chris Douglas-Roberts, South Region.............. 2007 Jeremy Hunt, South Region.............................. 2007 Joey Dorsey, South Region............................... 2008 Chris Douglas-Roberts, South Region.............. 2008 Derrick Rose, South Region ........................... 2008 Chris Douglas-Roberts, NCAA Final Four....... 2008 Derrick Rose, NCAA Final Four .................... 2008 Tyreke Evans, West Region.............................. 2009 **

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NIT TOURNAMENT MVP

Win Wilfong...................................................... 1957 Dajuan Wagner.................................................. 2002

NIT ALL-TOURNAMENT

Kelly Wise, NIT Final Four.............................. 2001 Earl Barron, NIT Final Four.............................. 2002 Dajuan Wagner, NIT Final Four........................ 2002

MISCELLANEOUS HONORS

COLLEGE BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME Gene Bartow...................................................... 2010

MISSOURI VALLEY HALL OF FAME

Larry Finch........................................................ 2001

NAISMITH NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR

John Calipari...................................................... 2008

Larry Finch........................................................ 1972 Larry Kenon....................................................... 1973

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2012-13 Memphis Basketball COLLEGEHOOPS.NET NATIONAL FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

John Calipari...................................................... 2009

Tyreke Evans..................................................... 2009

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR

COLLEGEINSIDER.COM NATIONAL FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

John Calipari...................................................... 2009

Tyreke Evans..................................................... 2009

NABC NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR

NAISMITHLIVES.COM NATIONAL FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

Gene Bartow...................................................... 1973

NAISMITH NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Chris Douglas-Roberts (Finalist)...................... 2008

OSCAR ROBERTSON TROPHY NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Chris Douglas-Roberts (Finalist)...................... 2008 Tyreke Evans (Finalist)..................................... 2009

WOODEN AWARD NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Chris Douglas-Roberts (Finalist)...................... 2008 Derrick Rose (Finalist) ..................................... 2008 Tyreke Evans (Finalist)..................................... 2009

COUSY AWARD POINT GUARD OF THE YEAR

Antonio Burks (Finalist).................................... 2004 Derrick Rose (Finalist) ..................................... 2008

VANGARD CLUB COLLEGE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

Keith Lee........................................................... 1983

USBWA NATIONAL FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

Tyreke Evans..................................................... 2009

SPORTING NEWS NATIONAL FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

Tyreke Evans..................................................... 2009

Tyreke Evans..................................................... 2009

ESPN.COM NATIONAL FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

Sean Banks........................................................ 2004 Tyreke Evans..................................................... 2009

RIVALS.COM NATIONAL FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

Tyreke Evans..................................................... 2009

FOXSPORTS.COM NATIONAL FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

Tyreke Evans..................................................... 2009

BASKETBALL TIMES ROOKIE COACH OF THE YEAR

Larry Finch........................................................ 1987

BASKETBALL TIMES SOUTH REGION COACH OF THE YEAR

John Calipari...................................................... 2007

Tyreke Evans..................................................... 2009

USBWA DISTRICT PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Keith Lee........................................................... 1983 Chris Douglas-Roberts...................................... 2008

USBWA DISTRICT COACH OF THE YEAR

John Calipari............................................2007, 2009

USBWA ALL-DISTRICT

Larry Finch........................................................ 1972 Ronnie Robinson............................................... 1972 Larry Finch........................................................ 1973 Dexter Reed....................................................... 1975 Keith Lee.............................1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 William Bedford................................................ 1986 Andre Turner..................................................... 1986 Elliot Perry......................................................... 1991 Anfernee Hardaway.................................1992, 1993 Lorenzen Wright................................................ 1995 Omar Sneed....................................................... 1998 Dajuan Wagner.................................................. 2002 Chris Massie...................................................... 2003 Darius Washington Jr......................................... 2005 Rodney Carney.................................................. 2006 Chris Douglas-Roberts............................2007, 2008 Derrick Rose...................................................... 2008 Tyreke Evans..................................................... 2009 Elliot Williams................................................... 2010 Will Barton........................................................ 2012

NABC DISTRICT COACH OF THE YEAR

John Calipari...................................................... 2004

NABC ALL-DISTRICT

Omar Sneed.............................................1998, 1999 Dajuan Wagner.................................................. 2002 Kelly Wise......................................................... 2002 Chris Massie...................................................... 2003 Antonio Burks................................................... 2004 Rodney Carney........................................2005, 2006 Darius Washington Jr......................................... 2006 Chris Douglas-Roberts............................2007, 2008 Jeremy Hunt....................................................... 2007 Joey Dorsey....................................................... 2008 Derrick Rose...................................................... 2008 Tyreke Evans..................................................... 2009 Robert Dozier.................................................... 2009 Antonio Anderson............................................. 2009 Elliot Williams................................................... 2010 Will Barton.............................................. 2011, 2012

BASKETBALL TIMES ALL-SOUTH

Rodney Carney.................................................. 2006

BASKETBALL WEEKLY COACH OF THE YEAR

Dana Kirk.......................................................... 1982

BASKETBALL WEEKLY ALL-SOUTH TEAM

William Bedford................................................ 1986 Andre Turner, Honorable Mention.................... 1986 Vincent Askew, Honorable Mention................. 1987 Sylvester Gray, Honorable Mention................. 1987 Marvin Alexander, Honorable Mention............ 1987 Dwight Boyd, Honorable Mention................... 1988 Elliot Perry, Honorable Mention....................... 1988 Elliot Perry, Second Team................................. 1989 Elliot Perry, Honorable Mention....................... 1990 Elliot Perry, Second Team................................. 1991

COLLEGEINSIDER.COM ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM

Antonio Anderson............................................. 2007 Joey Dorsey....................................................... 2008 Robert Dozier.................................................... 2009

ESPN/C-USA 25TH ANNIVERSARY TEAM

Anfernee Hardaway........................................... 2004

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Keith Lee........................................................... 1983 Anfernee Hardaway........................................... 1993

ESPN PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Keith Lee........................................................... 1983 Anfernee Hardaway........................................... 1993

BASKETBALL WEEKLY ALL-NAME TEAM

Baskerville Holmes, 1st Team........................... 1983

TAMPA TRIBUNE ALL-NAME TEAM Baskerville Holmes, 1st Team........................... 1983

STREET & SMITH’S FRESHMAN OF INFLUENCE

Baskerville Holmes........................................... 1982 **

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TSWA PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Anfernee Hardaway.................................1992, 1993 Omar Sneed....................................................... 1998

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CBSSPORTS.COM NATIONAL FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

Rodney Carney.................................................. 2006 Chris Douglas-Roberts...................................... 2008

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All-Americans FORESTARNOLD

1954 — Converse (honorable mention) 1955 — UPI, Converse (honorable mention) 1956 — UPI, Converse (honorable mention)

ORBYARNOLD

1958 — UPI, Converse (honorable mention)

SEANBANKS

2004 — ESPN.com, The Sporting News, Basketball Times, collegeinsider.com (Freshman All-America)

WILLBARTON

2012 — CBSSports.com (third team)

HUNTERBECKMAN 1962 — Converse (honorable mention)

WILLIAMBEDFORD

1986 — Associated Press (3rd team); UPI (honorable mention)

JAMESBRADLEY

1977 — Converse (honorable mention) 1978 — Associated Press (3rd team), The Sporting News (honorable mention) 1979 —The Sporting News (honorable mention)

ANTONIOBURKS

1972 — Basketball News (3rd team) 1973 — USBWA, Citizen’s Savings Athletic Foundation (1st team); Associated Press, UPI, Converse, Basketball Weekly (honorable mention)

MIKEBUTLER

1968 — Converse (honorable mention)

RODNEYCARNEY

2006 — Associated Press, Sports Illustrated, USBWA, NABC (2nd team); Rivals.com, collegehoopsnet.com (3rd team); collegeInsider.com 2006 (All-America team and Defensive All-America team); Rupp Trophy (All-America)

BILLCOOK

1974 — The Sporting News (honorable mention) 1975 — Associated Press, Converse (honorable mention) 1976 — Converse (honorable mention)

JAMESDOUGLAS

1971 — Basketball Weekly (honorable mention)

CHRISDOUGLAS-ROBERTS

2007 — Associated Press (honorable mention) 2008 — Association Press, USBWA, NABC, ESPN.com, The Sporting News, Sports Illustrated, collegehoops.net, CBSSports.com (1st team); Basketball Times, Rivals.com (2nd team); Wooden Award All-America Team, collegeinsider.com All-America Team

TYREKEEVANS

SYLVESTERGRAY

1987 — Basketball Times (1st team Freshman All-America) Basketball Weekly (2nd team Freshman All-America)

ANFERNEEHARDAWAY

1992 — Playboy (1st team); Associated Press (honorable mention) 1993 — Associated Press, The Sporting News, Basketball Weekly, USBWA, Wooden Award, Scripps-Howard (1st team); Basketball Times (2nd team)

CEDRICHENDERSON

1994 — Basketball Weekly (5th team Freshman All-America)

MARIONHILLARD

1975 — Converse (honorable mention) 1976 — Converse, The Sporting News (honorable mention)

OTISJACKSON

1982 — The Sporting News (honorable mention)

RICHJONES

2009 — CBSSports.com and Sports Illustrated (3rd team); Associated Press and collegehoops.net (honorable mention); collegeinsider.com All-American team; The Sporting News, Rivals.com, CBSSports.com, FoxSports.com, collegehoops.net, NaismithLives.com, collegeinsider.com Freshman All-America Team

1969 — Converse, The Sporting News, N.E.A. (honorable mention)

HISTORY

2004 — Associated Press (honorable mention)

LARRYFINCH

1950s All-American Orby Arnold

University of Memphis

1960s All-American Mike Butler

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GEORGEKIRK

RONNIEROBINSON

1973 — Basketball Weekly (1st team); Converse (2nd team); Associated Press (honorable mention)

1963 — UPI, Converse (honorable mention) 1964 — Converse (honorable mention)

KEITHLEE

1982 — Associated Press, Converse (2nd team); Basketball Weekly (3rd team); Basketball Times (5th team); UPI, The Sporting News (honorable mention) 1983 — UPI, Converse, The Sporting News, Basketball Weekly, USBWA, Basketball Times, NBC (1st team); Associated Press (2nd team); ESPN (2nd team) 1984 — UPI, ESPN, NABC (2nd team); Associated Press, Basketball Weekly, Basketball Times (3rd team) 1985 — Associated Press, UPI, The Sporting News, Basketball Weekly, USBWA, ESPN, NABC (1st team); Basketball Times (2nd team)

TODDMUNDT

1990 — Basketball Times (Freshman All-America honorable mention)

BOBBYPARKS

1983 — The Sporting News (honorable mention)

ELLIOTPERRY

1977 — Converse (2nd team); The Sporting News (honorable mention)

1972 — Basketball News (3rd team) 1973 — Converse (honorable mention)

2005 — Basketball Times, Rivals.com (1st team Freshman All-America); collegeinsider.com, The Sporting News (Freshman All-America) 2006 — Associated Press (honorable mention)

WINWILFONG

DERRICKROSE

2008 — CBSSports.com (2nd team); Associated Press, NABC, Basketball Times (3rd team); Wooden Award All-America Team, collegeinsider.com All-America Team; USBWA, The Sporting News, Basketball Times, collegehoops.net, CBSSports.com, Rivals.com (1st team Freshman All-America); collegeinsider.com Freshman All-America Team

ANDRETURNER

1983 — Al McGuire’s (Freshman All-America) 1986 — Associated Press, UPI (honorable mention)

DAVIDVAUGHN

1992 — The Sporting News, Basketball Times (1st team Freshman All-America)

DAJUANWAGNER

DARIUSWASHINGTONJR.

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LARRYKENON

1956 — UPI (honorable mention) 1957 — Converse, Citizens Savings Athletic Foundation (1st team)

SHAWNEWILLIAMS

2006 — The Sporting News, collegeinsider.com (Freshman All-America); Basketball Times, Rivals.com (2nd team Freshman All-America); collegehoopsnet.com (3rd team Freshman All-America)

LORENZENWRIGHT

1995 — Basketball Times, Basketball Weekly (1st team Freshman All-America) 1996 — Basketball Times, College Sports, UPI (2nd team); Basketball Weekly, NABC (3rd team)

WAYNEYATES

1961 — New York Times (1st team); Converse (honorable mention)

2002 — Associated Press (honorable mention); Basketball Times (1st team Freshman All-America); The Sporting News (Freshman All-America)

1988 — Basketball Times, Basketball Weekly (2nd team Freshman All-America) 1989 — Associated Press (honorable mention) 1990 — Basketball Weekly (honorable mention)

HISTORY

1980s All-American Keith Lee

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1990s All-American Anfernee Hardaway

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In-Season Tournament History Tigers In Regular Season Tourneys

Memphis has an 90-59 all-time record in regular season tournaments/classics. The Tigers have won 16 in-season tournament titles/classics.

All College Tournament Oklahoma City, Okla. Dec. 27, 1956 Dec. 28, 1956

Memphis, 99, Texas Tech 77 Seattle 84, Memphis 76

Dec. 29, 1956 Dec. 27, 1962 Dec. 28, 1962 Dec. 29, 1962 Dec. 26, 1969 Dec. 27, 1969 Dec. 28, 1969

Memphis 77, Marquette 76 Memphis 76, Toledo 61 Loyola-Chicago 94, Memphis 82 Memphis 80, Oklahoma City 77 Memphis 67, Arizona State 62 Oklahoma City 72, Memphis 58. Tennessee 72, Memphis 51

Coaches vs. Cancer Classic New York, N.Y.; unless otherwise noted Nov 14, 2002 Nov 13, 2003 Nov. 11, 2004 Nov. 13, 2004 Nov. 18, 2004 Nov. 19, 2004 Nov. 5, 2007 Nov. 6, 2007 Nov. 15, 2007 Nov. 16, 2007 *Memphis, Tenn.

Memphis 70, Syracuse 63 Wake Forest 85, Memphis 76 Memphis 102, Savannah State 40* Memphis 75, George Mason 58* Memphis 81, St. Mary’s 66 Syracuse 77, Memphis 62 Memphis 102, UT-Martin 71* Memphis 80, Richmond 63* Memphis 63, Oklahoma 53 Memphis 81, Connecticut 70

St. Petersburg, Fla. Memphis 77, Penn State 69 Florida 84, Memphis 83

California Winter Classic

HISTORY

Santa Barbara, Calif. Dec. 28, 1970 Dec. 29, 1970

Memphis 93, Columbia 62 Cal-Santa Barbara 85, Memphis 81

Cotton States Classic Atlanta, Ga. Dec. 13, 1986 Dec. 14, 1986

Memphis 79, Georgia State 70 Memphis 82, Georgia 71

ECAC Holiday Festival New York, N.Y. Dec. 28, 1987 Dec. 30, 1987 Dec. 27, 1991 Dec. 28, 1991

Liberty Bowl Tournament

Jacksonville, Fla.

Memphis, Tenn.

Dec. 26, 1974 Dec. 27, 1974

Dec. 10, 1969 Dec. 11, 1969

Memphis 71, Temple 68 Penn State 61, Memphis 58

Kansas 64, Memphis 62 Memphis 75, Marist 57 Memphis 77, St. Joseph’s 60 St. John’s 75, Memphis 54

Fiesta Bowl Classic

Maui Invitational

Memphis, Tenn.; unless otherwise noted

Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii

Nov. 12, 2010 Nov. 17, 2010 Nov. 21, 2010 Nov. 23, 2010 %Tupelo, Miss.

Nov. 25, 1988 Memphis 88, Chaminade 44 Nov. 26, 1988 Michigan 79, Memphis 75 Nov. 27, 1988 UNLV 90, Memphis 86 (ot) Dec. 21, 1992 Memphis 64, Chaminade 56 Dec. 22, 1992 BYU 73, Memphis 67 (ot) Dec. 23, 1992 Memphis 70, LSU 66 Nov. 22, 1999 Georgetown 71, Memphis 55 Nov. 23, 1999 Southern Cal 92, Memphis 65 Nov. 24, 1999 Memphis 83, Chaminade 65 Nov. 20, 2006 Memphis 77, Oklahoma 65 Nov. 21, 2006 Georgia Tech 92, Memphis 85 Nov. 22, 2006 Memphis 80, Kentucky 63 Nov. 15, 2011 Memphis 97, Belmont 81* Nov. 21, 2011 Michigan 73, Memphis 61 Nov. 22, 2011 Memphis 99, Tennessee 97 (2ot) Nov. 23, 2011 Georgetown 91, Memphis 88 (ot) *Memphis, Tenn.

Memphis 104, Centenary 40 Memphis 94, Northwestern St. 79 Memphis 70, LSU 61% Memphis 102, Tennessee Martin 80

Guardians Classic Kansas City, Mo.; unless otherwise noted Nov. 13, 2001 Nov. 14, 2001 Nov. 20, 2001 Nov. 21, 2001 *Memphis, Tenn.

Memphis 88, Wofford 61* Memphis 91, Old Dominion 66* Iowa 75, Memphis 71 Alabama 81, Memphis 70

Gulf Coast Classic Shreveport, La. Dec. 27, 1961 Dec. 28, 1961 Dec. 29, 1961

South Carolina 79, Memphis 78 Memphis 103, Northwestern St. 83 Memphis 79, Murray State 67

Hall of Fame Showcase Nov. 17, 2009 Nov. 20, 2009 Nov. 24, 2009 Nov. 30, 2009

Kansas 57, Memphis 55 Memphis 92, Tennessee Tech 59 Memphis 81, Central Arkansas 49 Memphis 77, Oakland 46

Memphis Classic Memphis, Tenn. Dec. 28, 1964 Dec. 29, 1964 Dec. 20, 1965 Dec. 21, 1965 Dec. 16, 1966 Dec. 17, 1966

Memphis 95, SMU 92 (ot) Indiana 91, Memphis 68 Texas 80, Memphis 72 Memphis 85, Missouri 72 Memphis 43, Arkansas 36 Memphis 55, Maryland 53

Hall of Fame Shootout

Mid-South Classic

Louisville, Ky.

Memphis, Tenn.

Dec. 17, 2011

Louisville 95, Memphis 87

Hall of Fame Tip-Off Classic Springfield, Mass. Nov. 26, 2004 Maryland 85, Memphis 61

Holiday Bowl Classic San Diego, Calif. Dec. 27, 1985 Dec. 28, 1985

Memphis 57, Fresno State 46 Memphis 106, Charlotte 82

Jimmy V Classic New York, N.Y. Dec. 7, 2004 Dec. 4, 2007 Dec. 7, 2010

Pittsburgh 70, Memphis 51 Memphis 62, Southern Cal 58 (ot) Kansas 81, Memphis 68

Southern Illinois 69, Memphis 67 Memphis 98, Oklahoma City 86 Memphis 89, Australia 83 Memphis 93, Yugoslavia 84 Memphis 89, West Texas State 74 Memphis 71, Wyoming 45 Memphis 88, Tennessee State 60 Memphis 101, North Texas 79 Memphis 79, Arkansas State 62 Memphis 61, Southern Cal 45 Memphis 107, Tennessee State 61 Memphis 73, Middle Tennessee 63 Memphis 99, Tennessee State 74 Memphis 91, Tennessee 72

Mid-West Tournament Dec. 28, 1949

Arizona 79, Memphis 71

University of Memphis

Nov. 28, 1980 Nov. 29, 1986 Nov. 27, 1981 Nov. 27, 1981 Nov. 26, 1982 Nov. 27, 1982 Nov. 25, 1983 Nov. 26, 1983 Nov. 30, 1984 Dec. 1, 1984 Nov. 29, 1985 Nov. 30, 1985 Nov. 24, 1989 Nov. 25, 1989

Terre Haute, Ind.

Tucson, Ariz. Dec. 20, 2006

Memphis 83, Mississippi State 74 Tulsa 82, Memphis 72

Global Sports Challenge

Saint Louis, Mo./Memphis, Tenn.

Big Sun Tournament Dec. 17, 1976 Dec. 18, 1976

Gator Bowl Tournament

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New York, N.Y.; unless otherwise noted

Spokane, Wash.

Nov. 22, 1986 Memphis 70, Cleveland St. 66* Nov. 24, 1986 Memphis 82, Michigan 76* Nov. 28, 1986 Western Kentucky 68, Memphis 67 Nov. 29, 1986 Temple 67, Memphis 59 Nov. 14, 1990 Boston College 82, Memphis 78# Nov. 17, 1994 Memphis 70, SW Louisiana 66* Nov. 19, 1994 Memphis 94, San Francisco 82* Nov. 23, 1994 New Mexico State 81, Memphis 78 Nov. 25, 1994 Geo. Washington 69, Memphis 60 Nov. 16, 1998 Gonzaga 88, Memphis 73* Nov. 15, 2005 Memphis 79, UW-Milwaukee 52* Nov. 17, 2005 Memphis 87, Alabama 76^ Nov. 23, 2005 Memphis 88, UCLA 80 Nov. 25, 2005 Duke 70, Memphis 67 *Memphis, Tenn.; # Boston, Mass.; ^Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Feb. 17, 2007 Feb. 7, 2009 Feb. 5, 2011

Old Style Classic

New Orleans, La.

Chicago, Ill. Dec. 29, 1989 Dec. 30, 1989

Memphis 76, Ball State 73 (ot) Illinois 83, Memphis 71

Pearl Harbor Classic Honolulu, Hawaii Dec. 6, 1985 Dec. 7, 1985

Memphis 95, Hawaii-Loa 52 Memphis 80, Fresno State 56

Poinsettia Classic Greenville, S.C. Dec. 27, 1968 Dec. 29, 1968

The Citadel 76, Memphis 73 Memphis 79, Furman 69

Puerto Rico Shootout Bayamon, Puerto Rico Nov. 23, 2000 Memphis 60, Miami (Ohio) 59 Nov. 24, 2000 Stanford 83, Memphis 69 Nov. 25, 2000 Utah 61, Memphis 58

Memphis 78, Gonzaga 77 (ot) Memphis 68, Gonzaga 50 Memphis 62, Gonzaga 58

Senior Bowl Tournament Mobile, Ala. Jan. 5, 1954 Jan. 6, 1954 Jan. 4, 1955 Jan. 5, 1955

Memphis 94, Spring Hill 83 Memphis 105, Ark. Tech 102 (ot) Memphis 79, Miami (Fla.) 71 Spring Hill 69, Memphis 65

7-UP Shootout Phoenix, Ariz. Feb. 21, 1993

Arizona State 89, Memphis 76

Sugar Bowl Tournament Dec. 28, 1957 Dec. 30, 1957 Dec. 29, 1958 Dec. 30, 1958 Dec. 29, 1960 Dec. 30, 1960 Dec. 29, 1967 Dec. 30, 1967 Dec. 28, 1973 Dec. 29, 1973

Memphis 65, Loyola-N.O. 63 Memphis 47, Maryland 46 (3ot) Memphis 73, Loyola-N.O. 63 Mississippi State 73, Memphis 55 Memphis 94, W. Kentucky 74 West Virginia 86, Memphis 82 (ot) Davidson 55, Memphis 41 Memphis 73, Michigan State 57 Memphis 86, New Orleans 81 North Carolina St. 98, Memphis 83

Sun Bowl Tournament El Paso, Texas Dec. 17, 1971 Dec. 18, 1971 Dec. 16, 1977 Dec. 17, 1977

Memphis 82, San Francisco 77 UTEP 85, Memphis 79 Memphis 71, UTEP 65 Memphis 77, Army 76

Sun Devil Classic Tempe, Ariz.

Nov. 15, 2009 Memphis 90, Fairfield 63* Nov. 20, 2009 Memphis 83, Chattanooga 71 Nov. 21, 2009 Memphis 84, Seton Hall 70 Nov. 23, 2009 Xavier 63, Memphis 58 * Game played in Memphis

Dec. 5, 1975 Dec. 6, 1975

Buffalo, N.Y. Dec. 30, 1965 Jan. 1, 1966

Drake 80, Memphis 65 Canisius 92, Memphis 89

Rainbow Classic

Vanderbilt Classic Nashville, Tenn. Dec. 27, 1963 Dec. 28, 1963 Dec. 10, 1971 Dec. 11, 1971

Vanderbilt 85, Memphis 79 Memphis 88, Western Kentucky 83 Memphis 74, Ole Miss 71 Vanderbilt 83, Memphis 82

Volunteer Classic Knoxville, Tenn.

Honolulu, Hawaii Dec. 28, 1996 Dec. 29, 1996 Dec. 30, 1996

DePaul 100, Memphis 91 Santa Clara 93, Memphis 86

Memphis 73, Michigan 72 Georgia 70, Memphis 68 Hawaii 67, Memphis 60

Dec. 28, 1988 Dec. 29, 1988

Memphis 68, Illinois State 45 Tennessee 76, Memphis 74

Winston Tire Classic Los Angeles, Calif. Dec. 29, 1983 Dec. 30, 1983

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1928 - Jonesboro, Ark. Mar. 2, 1928 Memphis 45, Will Mayfield 23 Mar. 2, 1928 Memphis 40, Lambuth 24 Mar. 3, 1928 UT-JC 38, Memphis 37 1929 - Murray, Ky. Champion Mar. 4, 1929 Memphis 32, Jonesboro College 27 Mar. 5, 1929 Memphis 44, Will Mayfield 22 Mar. 5, 1929 Memphis 33, Murray State 31 1930 - Memphis, Tenn. Mar. 3, 1930 Memphis 44, Lambuth 30 Mar. 3, 1930 Memphis 37, Sunflower JC 12 Mar. 4, 1930 Memphis 41, Middle Tennessee 21 Mar. 4, 1930 Murray State 34, Memphis 31 1931 - Jonesboro, Ark. Mar. 2, 1931 Memphis 45, Will Mayfield 23 Mar. 2, 1931 Memphis 40, Lambuth 24 Mar. 3, 1931 UT-JC 38, Memphis 37 1932 - Jackson, Tenn. Mar. 4, 1932 Memphis 44, UT-JC 25 Mar. 5, 1932 Caruthersville JC 45, Memphis 36 1933 - Jackson, Tenn. Feb. 27, 1933 Delta State 40, Memphis 34

METRO 24-12 - 4 Championships 1976 - Louisville, Ky. Mar. 4, 1976 Memphis 73, Saint Louis 69 Mar. 5, 1976 Memphis 87, Louisville 76 Mar. 6, 1976 Cincinnati 103, Memphis 95

HISTORY

1977 - Memphis, Tenn. Mar. 3, 1977 Memphis 94, Tulane 80 Mar. 4, 1977 Cincinnati 68, Memphis 67 1978 - Cincinnati, Ohio Mar. 2, 1978 Memphis 79, Saint Louis 57 Mar. 3, 1978 Louisville 67, Memphis 62 1979 - Memphis, Tenn. Mar. 1, 1979 Memphis 62, Saint Louis 58 Mar. 2, 1979 Florida State 35, Memphis 34 1980 - Louisville, Ky. Feb. 28, 1980 Memphis 62, Saint Louis 60 Feb. 29, 1980 Louisville 84, Memphis 65 1981 - Louisville, Ky. Mar. 5, 1981 Virginia Tech 72, Memphis 66 1982 - Louisville, Ky. Champion Mar. 6, 1982 Memphis 71, Virginia Tech 70 Mar. 7, 1982 Memphis 73, Louisville 62 1983 - Cincinnati, Ohio Mar. 11, 1983 Memphis 84, Florida State 74 Mar. 12, 1983 Louisville 71, Memphis 68 1984 - Memphis, Tenn. Champion Mar. 8, 1984 Memphis 86, Southern Miss 58

Mar. 9, 1984 Mar. 10, 1984

Memphis 65, Florida State 63 Memphis 78, Virginia Tech 65

1985 - Louisville, Ky. Champion Mar. 7, 1985 Memphis 68, Southern Miss 58 Mar. 8, 1985 Memphis 81, Louisville 74 Mar. 9, 1985 Memphis 90, Florida St. 86 (ot) 1986 - Louisville, Ky. Mar. 7, 1986 Memphis 100, S. Carolina 59 Mar. 8, 1986 Memphis 73, Florida State 71 Mar. 9, 1986 Louisville 88, Memphis 79 1987 - Louisville, Ky. Champion Mar. 6, 1987 Memphis 87, Cincinnati 58 Mar. 7, 1987 Memphis 74, South Carolina 64 Mar. 8, 1987 Memphis 75, Louisville 52 1988 - Memphis, Tenn. Mar. 11, 1988 Memphis 97, Southern Miss 84 Mar. 12, 1988 Memphis 81, Florida State 74 Mar. 13, 1988 Louisville 81, Memphis 73 1989 - Columbia, S.C. Mar. 11, 1989 Louisville 71, Memphis 70 1990 - Biloxi, Miss. Mar. 8, 1990 Memphis 71, South Carolina 56 Mar. 9, 1990 Louisville 76, Memphis 73 1991 - Roanoke, Va. Mar. 7, 1991 Memphis 84, Tulane 77 Mar. 8, 1991 Louisville 72, Memphis 70

GREAT MIDWEST 5-4 1992 - Chicago, Ill. Mar. 12, 1992 Memphis 79, UAB 67 Mar. 13, 1992 Memphis 95, DePaul 75 Mar. 14, 1992 Cincinnati 75, Memphis 63 1993 - Memphis, Tenn. Mar. 12, 1993 Memphis 73, Saint Louis 65 Mar. 13, 1993 Cincinnati 77, Memphis 72 1994 - Cincinnati, Ohio Mar. 10, 1994 Memphis 91, UAB 86 Mar. 11, 1994 Memphis 73, Saint Louis 62 Mar. 12, 1994 Cincinnati 68, Memphis 47 1995 - Milwaukee, Wis. Mar. 10, 1995 Cincinnati 77, Memphis 64

CONFERENCE USA 25-11 - 6 Championships 1996 - Memphis, Tenn. Mar. 7, 1996 Memphis 92, DePaul 69 Mar. 8, 1996 Marquette 72, Memphis 60

1999 - Birmingham, Ala. Mar. 3, 1999 USF 88, Memphis 81 (ot) 2000 - Memphis, Tenn. Mar. 8, 2000 Memphis 60, USF 58 Mar. 9, 2000 DePaul 80, Memphis 76 2001 - Louisville, Ky. Mar. 8, 2001 Memphis 71, Marquette 64 Mar. 9, 2001 Cincinnati 89, Memphis 79 2002 - Cincinnati, Ohio Mar. 7, 2002 Houston 80, Memphis 74 2003 - Louisville, Ky. Mar. 13, 2003 Memphis 62, USF 56 Mar. 14, 2003 Louisville 78, Memphis 75 2004 - Cincinnati, Ohio Mar. 11, 2004 Saint Louis 72, Memphis 61 2005 - Memphis, Tenn. Mar. 9, 2005 Memphis 79, Saint Louis 59 Mar. 10, 2005 Memphis 83, Charlotte 69 Mar. 11, 2005 Memphis 81, USF 68 Mar. 12, 2005 Louisville 75, Memphis 74 2006 - Memphis, Tenn. Champion Mar. 9, 2006 Memphis 75, Tulane 56 Mar. 10, 2006 Memphis 68, Houston 54 Mar. 11, 2006 Memphis 57, UAB 46 2007 - Memphis, Tenn. Champion Mar. 8, 2007 Memphis 92, Marshall 71 Mar. 9, 2007 Memphis 71, Tulane 49 Mar. 10, 2007 Memphis 71, Houston 59 2008 - Memphis, Tenn. Champion Mar. 13, 2008 Memphis 75, Tulane 56 Mar. 14, 2008 Memphis 69, Southern Miss 53 Mar. 15, 2008 Memphis 77, Tulsa 51 2009 - Memphis, Tenn. Champion Mar. 12, 2009 Memphis 51, Tulane 41 Mar. 13, 2009 Memphis 74, Houston 49 Mar. 14, 2009 Memphis 64, Tulsa 39 2010 - Tulsa, Okla. Mar. 11, 2010 Houston 66, Memphis 65 2011 - El Paso, Texas Champion Mar. 10, 2011 Memphis 66, Southern Miss 61 Mar. 11, 2011 Memphis 76, East Carolina 56 Mar. 12, 2011 Memphis 67, UTEP 66 2012 - Memphis, Tenn. Champion Mar. 8, 2012 Memphis 65, UTEP 47 Mar. 9, 2012 Memphis 83, UCF 52 Mar. 10, 2012 Memphis 83, Marshall 57

1997 - St. Louis, Mo. Mar. 6, 1997 Marquette 63, Memphis 45 1998 - Cincinnati, Ohio Mar. 5, 1988 Southern Miss 85, Memphis 57

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Penn State 59, Memphis 55 Lexington, Ky.

1956 Mar. 12, 1956

Oklahoma City 97, Memphis 81 Wichita, Kan.

1962 Mar. 12, 1962

Creighton 87, Memphis 83 Dallas, Texas

1973 Mar. 15, 1973 Mar. 17, 1973 Mar. 24, 1973 Mar. 25, 1973

NCAA Finalist Memphis 90, South Carolina 76 Houston, Texas Memphis 92, Kansas State 72 Houston, Texas Memphis 98, Providence 85 St. Louis, Mo. UCLA 87, Memphis 66 St. Louis, Mo.

Mar. 21, 1992 Mar. 27, 1992 Mar. 29, 1992

Memphis 82, Arkansas 80 Milwaukee, Wis. Memphis 83, Ga. Tech 79 (OT) Kansas City, Mo. Cincinnati 88, Memphis 57 Kansas City, Mo.

1993 Mar. 18, 1993

W. Kentucky 55, Memphis 52 Orlando, Fla.

1995 Mar. 17, 1995 Mar. 19, 1995 Mar. 24, 1995

NCAA Sweet 16 Memphis 77, Louisville 56 Austin, Texas Memphis 75, Purdue 73 Austin, Texas Arkansas 96, Memphis 91 (OT) Kansas City, Mo.

1996 Mar. 14, 1996

Drexel 75, Memphis 63 Albuquerque, N.M.

NIT/20-16 record 1957 Mar. 16, 1957 Mar. 18, 1957 Mar. 21, 1957 Mar. 23, 1957

NIT Finalist/New York, N.Y. Memphis 77, Utah 75 Memphis 85, Manhattan 72 U of M 80, St. Bonaventure 78 Bradley 84, Memphis 83

1960 Mar. 10, 1960

New York, N.Y. Providence 71, Memphis 70

1961 Mar. 16, 1961

New York, N.Y. Holy Cross 81, Memphis 69

1963 Mar., 1963 Mar., 1963

New York, N.Y. Memphis 70, Fordham 49 Canisius 76, Memphis 67

1967 Mar. 11, 1967

New York, N.Y. Providence 77, Memphis 68

1972 Mar. 18, 1972

New York, N.Y. Oral Roberts 94, Memphis 74

1974 Mar. 17, 1974 Mar. 21, 1974

New York, N.Y. Memphis 73, Seton Hall 72 Utah 92, Memphis 78

1975 Mar. 16, 1975

New York, N.Y. Oral Roberts 97, Memphis 63

Arizona State 84, Memphis 71 Oklahoma City, Okla.

2004 Mar. 19, 2004 Mar. 21, 2004

Memphis 59, South Carolina 43 Kansas City, Mo. Oklahoma State 70, Memphis 53 Kansas City, Mo.

2006 Mar. 17, 2006 Mar. 19, 2006 Mar. 23, 2006 Mar. 25, 2006

NCAA Elite Eight Memphis 94, Oral Roberts 78 Dallas, Texas Memphis 72, Bucknell 56 Dallas, Texas Memphis 80, Bradley 64 Oakland, Calif. UCLA 50, Memphis 45 Oakland, Calif.

1977 Mar. 10, 1977

Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 80, Memphis 63

1990 Mar. 14, 1990

Memphis, Tenn. Tennessee 73, Memphis 71

1991 Mar. 14, 1991 Mar. 18, 1991

Memphis, Tenn. Memphis 82, UAB 76 Arkansas St. 58, Memphis 57

2007 Mar. 16, 2007 Mar. 18, 2007 Mar. 22, 2007 Mar. 24, 2007

NCAA Elite Eight Memphis 73, North Texas 58 New Orleans, La. Memphis 78, Nevada 62 New Orleans, La. Memphis 65, Texas A&M 64 San Antonio, Texas Ohio State 92, Memphis 76 San Antonio, Texas

1997 Mar. 12, 1997

Las Vegas, Nev. UNLV 66, Memphis 62

1998 Mar. 11, 1998 Mar. 16, 1998

Memphis, Tenn./Fresno, Calif. Memphis 90, Ball State 67 Fresno St. 83, Memphis 80

2008 Mar. 21, 2008 Mar. 23, 2008 Mar. 28, 2008 Mar. 30, 2008 Apr. 5, 2008 Apr. 7, 2008

NCAA Finalist Memphis 87, Texas-Arlington 63 Little Rock, Ark. Memphis 77, Mississippi State 74 Little Rock, Ark. Memphis 92, Michigan State 74 Houston, Texas Memphis 85, Texas 67 Houston, Texas Memphis 78, UCLA 63 San Antonio, Texas Kansas 75, Memphis 68 (ot) San Antonio, Texas

2001 Mar. 13, 2001 Mar. 20, 2001 Mar. 22, 2001 Mar. 27, 2001 Mar. 29, 2001

NIT Final Four (Salt Lake City, Utah/ Memphis, Tenn./New York, N.Y.) Memphis 71, Utah 62 Memphis 90, UTEP 65 Memphis 81, New Mexico 63 Tulsa 72, Memphis 64 Memphis 86, Detroit 71

2002 Mar. 14, 2002 Mar. 20, 2002 Mar. 23, 2002 Mar. 26, 2002 Mar. 28, 2002

NIT Champion (Memphis, Tenn./ New York, N.Y.) Memphis 82, UNC Greensboro 62 Memphis 80, BYU 69 Memphis 79, Tenn. Tech 73 Memphis 78, Temple 77 Memphis 72, South Carolina 62

NCAA Sweet 16 Memphis 81, Cal State Northridge 70 Kansas City, Mo. Memphis 89, Maryland 70 Kansas City, Mo. Missouri 102, Memphis 91 Glendale, Ariz.

2005 Mar. 16, 2005 Mar. 19, 2005 Mar. 23, 2005 Mar. 29, 2005

NIT Final Four (Memphis, Tenn./ New York, N.Y.) Memphis 90, Northeastern 65 Memphis 83, Virginia Tech 62 Memphis 81, Vanderbilt 68 St. Joseph’s 70, Memphis 58

2010 Mar. 17, 2010 Mar. 19, 2010

Memphis, Tenn./Oxford, Miss. Memphis 73, St. John’s (N.Y.) 71 Ole Miss 90, Memphis 81

1976 Mar. 13, 1976

Pepperdine 87, Memphis 77 Tempe, Ariz.

1982 Mar. 13, 1982 Mar. 19, 1982

NCAA Sweet 16 Memphis 56, Wake Forest 55 Charlotte, N.C. Villanova 70, Memphis 66 (ot) Raleigh, N.C.

1983 Mar. 20, 1983 Mar. 25, 1983

NCAA Sweet 16 Memphis 66, Georgetown 57 Louisville, Ky. Houston 70, Memphis 63 Kansas City, Mo.

1984 Mar. 15, 1984 Mar. 17, 1984 Mar. 21, 1984

NCAA Sweet 16 Memphis 92, Oral Roberts 83 Memphis, Tenn. Memphis 66, Purdue 48 Memphis, Tenn. Houston 78, Memphis 71 St. Louis, Mo.

1985 Mar. 15, 1985 Mar. 17, 1985 Mar. 21, 1985 Mar. 23, 1985 Mar. 30, 1985

NCAA Final Four Memphis 67, Pennsylvania 55 Houston, Texas Memphis 67, UAB 66 (ot) Houston, Texas Memphis 59, Boston College 57 Dallas, Texas Memphis 63, Oklahoma 61 Dallas, Texas Villanova 52, Memphis 45 Lexington, Ky.

1986 Mar. 13, 1986 Mar. 15, 1986

Memphis 95, Ball State 63 Baton Rouge, La. LSU 83, Memphis 81 Baton Rouge, La.

1988 Mar. 17, 1988 Mar. 19, 1988

Memphis 75, Baylor 60 South Bend, Ind. Purdue 100, Memphis 73 South Bend, Ind.

2009 Mar. 19, 2009 Mar. 21, 2009 Mar. 26, 2009

1989 Mar. 16, 1989

DePaul 66, Memphis 63 Boise, Idaho

2011 Mar. 18, 2011

NCAA Second Round Arizona 77, Memphis 75 Tulsa, Okla.

1992 Mar. 19, 1992

NCAA Elite Eight Memphis 80, Pepperdine 70 Milwaukee, Wis.

2012 Mar. 16, 2012

NCAA Second Round Saint Louis 61, Memphis 54 Columbus, Ohio

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TEAM RECORDS

Most Points Scored 98 vs. Providence, Mar. 24, 1973 95 vs. Ball State, Mar. 13, 1986 Fewest Points Scored 45 vs. Villanova, Mar. 30, 1985 45 vs. UCLA, Mar. 25, 2006 Winning Margin 32 (95-63) vs. Ball St., Mar. 13, 1986 24 (87-63) vs. Texas-Arlington, Mar. 21, 2008 **

Losing Margin 31 (88-57) vs. Cincinnati, Mar. 29, 1992 27 (100-73) vs. Purdue, Mar. 19, 1988 Most Points in a Loss 91 vs. Missouri, Mar. 26, 2009 91 vs. Arkansas, Mar. 24, 1995 83 vs. Creighton, Mar. 12, 1962

Fewest Free Throws Made 4 vs. South Carolina, Mar. 19, 2004 4 vs. Drexel, Mar. 14, 1996 4 vs. Purdue, Mar. 19, 1995

Most Points 35, Roburt Sallie vs. Cal State Northridge, Mar. 19, 2009 34, Larry Kenon vs. South Carolina, Mar. 15, 1973 33, Tyreke Evans vs. Missouri, Mar. 26, 2009

Most Free Throw Attempts 39 vs. Georgetown, Mar. 20, 1983 38 vs. Oklahoma City, Mar. 12, 1956 Fewest Free Throw Attempts 7 vs. South Carolina, Mar. 19, 2004 7 vs. Drexel, Mar. 14, 1996 8 vs. Purdue, Mar. 19, 1995 8 vs. Boston College, Mar. 21, 1985

Field Goals Made 16, Larry Kenon vs. South Carolina, Mar. 15, 1973 14, Larry Kenon vs. Providence, Mar. 24, 1973

Highest Free Throw Pct. .900 (18-20) vs. Kansas State, Mar. 17, 1973 .894 (17-19) vs. Baylor, Mar. 17, 1988 Lowest Free Throw Pct. .469 (15-32) vs. Mississippi State, Mar. 23, 2008 .473 (9-19) vs. Penn State, Mar. 8, 1955 **

Most Field Goals Made 41 vs. Providence, Mar. 24, 1973 37 vs. Ball State, Mar. 13, 1986 37 vs. Oral Roberts, Mar. 17, 2006 Fewest Field Goals 17 vs. UCLA, Mar. 25, 2006 19 vs. Villanova, Mar. 30, 1985 19 vs. Georgetown, Mar. 25, 1983 Most Field Goal Attempts 80 vs. Providence, Mar. 24, 1973 78 vs. Ball State, Mar. 13, 1986

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Fewest Field Goal Attempts 31 vs. Georgetown, Mar. 20, 1983 38 vs. Wake Forest, Mar. 13, 1982 38 vs. Villanova, Mar. 30, 1985 Highest Field Goal Pct. .613 (19-31) vs Georgetown, Mar. 20, 1983 .607 (37-61) vs Oral Roberts, Mar. 17, 2006 Lowest Field Goal Pct. .315 (17-54) vs. UCLA, Mar. 25, 2006 .357 (20-56) vs. Cincinnati, Mar. 29, 1992 Most Points in a Half 57 (2nd) vs. Arkansas, Mar. 24, 1995 55 (2nd) vs. Ball State, Mar. 13, 1986 55 (2nd) vs. Missouri, Mar. 26, 2009 Fewest Points in a Half 19 (1st) vs. Oklahoma St., Mar. 21, 2004 21 (2nd) vs Cincinnati, Mar. 29, 1992 21 (1st) vs. UCLA, Mar. 25, 2006 Most Free Throws Made 30 vs. Texas, Mar. 30, 2008 28 vs. Georgetown, Mar. 20, 1983 **

Most 3-Pt. Field Goals Made 11 vs. Cal State Northridge, Mar. 19, 2009 11 vs. Oral Roberts, Mar. 17, 2006 10 vs. Maryland, Mar. 21, 2009 10 vs. Arkansas, Mar. 24, 1995 Fewest 3-Pt. Field Goals Made 0 vs. Baylor, Mar. 17, 1988 1 vs. DePaul, Mar. 16, 1989

Assists 12, Andre Turner vs. Oklahoma, Mar. 23, 1985 11, Antonio Anderson vs. Maryland, Mar. 21, 2009 10, Andre Turner vs LSU, Mar. 15, 1986

Rebound Margin +27 vs. South Carolina, Mar. 15, 1973 +20 vs. Pepperdine, Mar. 19, 1992 Most Assists 21 vs. Maryland, Mar. 21, 2009 21 vs. Boston College, Mar. 21, 1985 21 vs. Oral Roberts, Mar. 15, 1984 Most Blocked Shots 11 vs. Mississippi State, Mar. 23, 2008 10 vs. Houston, Mar. 21, 1984

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Most Steals 14 vs. Cal State Northridge, Mar. 19, 2009 12 four times; most recent vs. Drexel, Mar. 14, 1996

Most Points 44, Bill Walton, UCLA Mar. 25, 1973 34, Marcos Leite, Pepperdine, Mar. 13, 1976 Field Goals Made 21, Bill Walton, UCLA, Mar. 25, 1973 15, Ernie DiGregario, Providence Mar. 24, 1973 Field Goals Attempts 36, Ernie DiGregario, Providence, Mar. 24, 1973 31, Paul Silas, Creighton, Mar. 12, 1962 3-Pt. Field Goals Made 6, DeJuan Wheat, Louisville, Mar. 17, 1995

3-Pt. Field Goals Attempts 10, A.J. Abrams, Texas, 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempts Mar. 30, 2008 15, Roburt Sallie vs. Cal State Northridge, 10, DeJuan Wheat, Louisville, Mar. 19, 2009 Mar. 17, 1995

Rebounds 22, Larry Kenon vs. Providence, Mar. 24, 1973 20, Larry Kenon vs. South Carolina, Mar. 15, 1973

Fewest Rebounds 21 vs. UCLA, Mar. 25, 1973 21 vs. Wake Forest, Mar. 13, 1982

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3-Pt. Field Goals Made 10, Roburt Sallie vs. Cal State Northridge, Mar. 19, 2009 6, Rodney Carney vs. South Carolina, Mar. 19, 2004

14, Anfernee Hardaway vs. Ga. Tech, Mar. 27, 1992

Most Rebounds 60 vs. South Carolina, Mar. 15, 1973 54 vs. Providence, Mar. 24, 1973

Most Fouls 29 vs. Pepperdine, Mar. 13, 1976 29 vs. UCLA, Mar. 25, 2006

Field Goals Attempts 30, Larry Kenon vs. South Carolina, Mar. 15, 1973 27, Larry Kenon vs. Providence, Mar. 24, 1973

NCAA OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL HIGHS vs. MEMPHIS

Free Throws Made 14, Chris Douglas-Roberts vs. Texas, Mar. 30, 2008 12, Larry Finch vs. Kansas State, Mar. 17, 1973 12, Keith Lee vs. Georgetown, Mar. 20, 1983 Free Throws Attempts 17, Chris Douglas-Roberts vs. Texas, Mar. 30, 2008 16, Keith Lee vs. Georgetown, Mar. 20, 1983

Rebounds 24, Paul Silas, Creighton, Mar. 12, 1963 Assists 9, Reid Gettys, Houston, Mar. 21, 1984 8, Jeremy Smith, Texas-Arlington, Mar. 21, 2008 7, Drew Neitzel, Michigan State, Mar. 28, 2008 7, Troy Lewis, Purdue, Mar. 19, 1988 Free Throws Made 12, Darrell Hawkins, Arkansas, Mar. 21, 1992 11, Leo Lyons, Missouri, Mar. 26, 2009 Free Throws Attempts 18, Leo Lyons, Missouri, Mar. 26, 2009 15, Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston Mar. 21, 1984 13, Jessie Arnelle, Penn State Mar. 8, 1955

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Penn State FG FT-A F TP Blocker 3 2-3 3 8 Edwards 2 0-0 1 4 Hoffman 1 0-0 2 2 Arnelle 6 8-13 3 20 Weidenhammer 4 0-0 1 8 Fields 5 7-8 2 17 Totals 21 17-24 12 59 Memphis Scott Davis McClain Winn Arnold Fortner Caldwell Totals

FG FT-A F TP 2 1-2 2 5 4 4-8 3 12 2 0-0 0 4 1 0-0 0 2 5 2-6 4 12 1 0-1 2 2 8 2-2 1 18 23 9-19 15 55

Penn State 33 26 — 59 Memphis 19 36 — 55 Attendance: 4,500

Oklahoma City 97 - Memphis 81 March 13, 1956 - Wichita, Kan. Midwest Region - First Round

Okla. City Griffin Bradshaw Magana Wheeler Lee Juby Jeter Holloway Reed Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 7-11 3-5 3 4 17 5-9 1-2 8 2 11 3-8 0-10 3 2 6 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 5-15 5-8 11 3 15 2-2 2-2 1 1 6 2-5 0-0 0 1 4 1-8 9-10 11 4 11 10-14 7-12 7 5 27 35-72 27-39 44 24 97

Memphis Swander Doyle Scott Jones Ballard Fortner Butcher Hays Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 3-13 2-2 6 4 8 0-2 2-4 0 1 2 7-16 9-11 7 5 23 1-1 0-0 1 3 2 1-4 3-9 5 4 5 5-12 5-8 7 1 15 5-11 0-3 3 1 10 8-13 0-1 6 4 16 30-72 21-38 35 23 81

March 12, 1962 - Dallas, Texas Midwest Region - First Round

Memphis Beckman Neumann Randolph Garber Horton Kirk Parrish Weaver Drewel Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 7-12 5-6 5 4 19 7-16 9-12 8 5 23 0-0 2-2 0 1 2 5-16 3-4 4 3 13 3-9 2-2 2 3 8 5-9 5-6 6 5 15 1-9 1-2 4 3 3 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0-0 0-1 0 0 0 28-71 27-34 45 24 83

Creighton FG-A FT-A RB F TP Bakos 7-14 6-8 11 5 20 Millard 2-7 0-1 2 5 4 Officer 3-7 2-2 8 5 8 Silas 11-31 5-10 24 3 27 McManamon 6-9 5-8 2 1 17 Dowling 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 Silvestrial 0-0 0-1 0 0 0 Wagner 4-16 3-5 5 5 11 Jimenes 0-3 0-0 0 1 0 Forehand 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 Swassing 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 Totals 33-88 21-35 84 26 87 Memphis 47 36 — 83 Creighton 44 43 — 87 Attendance: 6,500; Officials: Gergens, Ceracino

Memphis 90 - South Carolina 76

Memphis 92 - Kansas State 72 March 17, 1973 - Houston, Texas Midwest Region - Regional Final

Memphis Laurie Buford Finch Robinson Kenon Tetzlaff Liss Andrews McKinney Westfall Cook Jones Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 2-4 4-4 3 2 8 2-5 0-0 3 4 4 10-16 12-12 2 2 32 7-10 0-0 16 3 14 7-12 0-0 7 4 14 0-1 0-2 2 0 0 1-1 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 5-6 0-0 6 5 10 3-6 2-2 3 0 8 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 37-62 18-20 47 22 92

Kansas State Kruger Chipman Williams Kusnyer Mitchell Beard Snider Thurston McVey Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 6-12 3-3 5 3 15 1-4 1-2 2 1 3 2-8 0-0 5 2 4 8-19 5-10 5 4 21 6-14 0-1 6 3 12 0-3 1-2 1 1 1 0-3 0-0 0 2 0 2-3 0-2 1 2 4 4-7 4-4 4 1 12 29-73 14-24 29 19 72

Memphis 44 48 — 92 Kansas St. 34 38 — 72 Attendance: 10,060; Officials: Howell, Moreau

March 15, 1973 - Houston Texas Midwest Region - Regional Semifinals

Memphis Laurie Buford Finch Robinson Kenon Liss McKinney Westfall Cook Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 0-1 6-7 1 4 6 5-7 0-0 10 3 10 8-17 9-10 1 4 25 5-16 1-4 17 2 11 16-30 2-6 20 4 34 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 2-5 0-0 0 1 4 36-77 18-27 60 19 90

S. Carolina Dunleavy English Winters Traylor Joyce Walsh Mathias Manning Greiner Cox Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 4-10 4-4 0 3 12 9-15 1-1 8 5 19 5-11 4-4 8 5 14 5-12 0-4 6 3 10 8-21 2-2 2 2 18 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1-1 0-0 1 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 4 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0-0 1-2 1 0 1 32-70 12-17 33 22 76

Memphis 39 51 — 90 S. Carolina 24 52 — 76 Attendance: 10,060; Officials: Grossman, Hernjak

MEMPHIS’ FIRST NCAA TOURNAMENT WIN

The University of Memphis made the prestigious NCAA Tournament for the first time in 1955, but it was not until 1973 that the Tigers enjoyed their first-ever tourney win. After compiling a 21-5 regular season mark during the 1972-73 season, the Tigers received a first-round bye and had to face South Carolina. The Gamecocks were led that year by Mike Dunleavy and Alex English. But it was the one-two combination of the Tigers’ Larry Kenon and Larry Finch that provided Memphis with its first NCAA victory. Kenon and Finch combined for 59 points to lead the Tigers to a convincing 90-76 win over the Gamecocks in Houston. The Tigers also recorded a phenomenal 60 rebounds, with Kenon leading the way with 20 boards. Memphis would go on to defeat a Lon Kruger-led Kansas State team in the Midwest Regional Final 92-72 to advance to the Final Four. The Tigers would defeat Providence 98-85, before losing to UCLA 87-66 in the championship game. Pictured at right is Finch who scored 29 points against the Bruins in the 1973 Finals.

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Memphis coach Gene Bartow and UCLA’s John Wooden greet one another prior to their teams 1973 NCAA Final game.

Memphis 98 - Providence 85

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March 24, 1973 - St. Louis, Mo. Final Four - National Semifinals

Memphis Buford Kenon Robinson Laurie Finch Cook Westfall Jones Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 3-7 0-0 3 2 6 14-27 0-4 22 1 28 11-17 2-3 16 2 24 1-3 2-3 1 4 4 7-16 7-9 6 4 21 3-6 2-3 1 2 8 2-3 3-4 2 0 7 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 41-80 16-26 54 15 98

Providence Crawford Costello Barnes DiGregorio Stacum King Baker Dunphy Bello Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 5-12 0-0 15 3 10 5-5 1-1 8 5 11 5-7 2-3 3 4 12 15-36 2-2 2 4 32 6-15 3-3 5 5 15 2-6 0-0 1 1 4 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0-1 1-2 1 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 38-82 9-11 39 22 85

Memphis 40 58 — 98 Providence 49 36 — 85 Attendance: 19,029

UCLA 87 - Memphis 66

March 26, 1973 - St. Louis, Mo. Final Four - National Championship UCLA Wilkes Farmer Walton Lee Hollyfield Curtis Meyers Nater Franklin Carson Webb Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 8-14 0-0 7 2 16 1-4 0-0 2 2 2 21-22 2-5 13 4 44 1-1 3-3 3 2 5 4-7 0-0 3 4 8 1-4 2-2 3 1 4 2-7 0-0 3 1 4 1-1 0-0 3 2 2 1-2 0-1 1 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 40-62 7-11 40 18 87

Memphis Buford Kenon Robinson Laurie Finch Westfall Cook McKinney Jones Tetzlaff Liss Andrews Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 3-7 1-2 3 1 7 8-16 4-4 8 3 20 3-6 0-1 7 4 6 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 9-21 11-13 1 2 29 0-1 0-0 0 5 0 1-4 2-2 0 1 4 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-2 0 1 0 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 24-57 18-24 21 17 66

UCLA 39 48 — 87 Memphis 39 27 — 66 Attendance: 19,031 Officials: Howell, Shosid

Pepperdine 87 - Memphis 77 March 13, 1976 - Tempe, Ariz. West Region - First Round

Pepperdine FG-A FT-A RB F TP Williams 6-9 2-2 7 2 14 Johnson 3-9 4-8 6 4 10 Leite 12-22 10-11 8 3 34 Skophammer 3-7 2-3 10 4 8 Matson 7-16 5-9 11 3 19 Goorjan 0-1 0-1 0 0 0 Dalimar 1-1 0-0 0 1 2 Totals 32-65 23-34 45 17 87 Memphis FG-A FT-A RB F TP Wright 2-6 0-0 1 3 4 Reed 8-17 0-0 1 3 16 Cook 3-11 7-8 4 4 13 Hillard 4-8 3-4 8 4 11 Washington 2-2 2-2 1 5 6 Gunn 5-8 0-0 4 2 10 Hancock 0-0 3-4 0 0 3 Kilzer 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 Jones 3-6 2-2 4 3 8 Wilson 3-6 0-0 9 5 6 Totals 30-64 17-20 36 29 77 Pepperdine 38 49 — 87 Memphis 41 36 — 77 Attendance: 8,159 Officials: Menz, Wooldridge

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FG-A FT-A RB F TP 4-7 4-5 5 3 12 7-9 4-5 8 3 18 1-3 2-3 3 2 4 4-8 1-1 1 1 9 5-7 1-2 1 1 11 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1-3 0-1 1 1 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 22-38 12-17 21 11 56

Wake Forest Toms Morgan Johnstone Young Helms Davis Rudd Kepley Wallace Charles Garber Teachy Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 2-2 0-0 1 1 4 6-11 1-2 4 4 13 1-3 1-4 0 3 3 3-7 0-0 1 3 6 4-5 1-2 0 2 9 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1-1 0-0 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1-1 0-0 1 0 2 1-2 0-0 0 0 2 5-8 4-4 7 4 14 24-40 7-12 15 17 55

Memphis 34 22 — 56 Wake Forest 38 17 — 55 Attendance: 11,400 Officials: Kelly, Burroughs, Solomon

Villanova 70 - Memphis 66 (ot) March 19, 1982 - Raleigh, N.C. East Region - Regional Semifinals

Villanova Howard Pinckney Pinone Granger McClain McClain Mulquin Dobbs Sices Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 8-10 0-1 2 4 16 4-8 8-12 10 2 16 8-17 3-6 12 3 19 4-9 2-2 2 4 10 1-5 0-0 1 4 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1-2 5-5 1 0 7 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 26-51 18-26 31 18 70

Memphis Parks Lee Phillips Jackson Haynes Gipson Taylor Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 4-9 2-2 5 4 10 7-10 0-1 4 5 14 5-10 2-4 10 4 12 5-15 3-6 5 2 13 6-11 1-2 0 3 13 1-2 0-0 1 1 2 1-2 0-0 3 1 2 29-59 8-15 31 20 66

Villanova 35 27 8 Memphis 31 31 4 Attendance: 12,400 Officials: Forte, Rucker, Wortman

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Memphis Parks Lee Phillips Turner Haynes Holmes McCoy Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 3-5 3-4 4 4 9 8-11 12-16 15 2 28 2-2 6-8 11 2 10 1-5 2-5 1 4 4 5-8 3-4 1 5 13 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 2-2 1 0 2 19-31 28-39 37 17 66

Georgetown FG-A FT-A RB F TP Martin 3-4 0-0 5 2 6 Wingate 0-2 0-0 2 1 0 Ewing 8-16 8-8 9 5 24 Smith 1-2 2-3 0 5 4 Jackson 4-14 4-7 0 2 12 Dalton 0-1 0-0 2 2 0 Jones 1-5 0-0 0 3 2 Broadnax 4-10 0-0 1 2 8 Brown 0-0 0-0 1 3 0 Dunn 0-2 1-2 2 3 1 Blue 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 Totals 21-56 15-20 22 28 57 Memphis 30 36 — 66 Georgetown 25 32 — 57 Attendance: 14,105 Officials: Rutledge, Paparo, Hinkel

Houston 70 - Memphis 63

March 25, 1983 - Kansas City, Mo. Midwest Region - Regional Semifinals FG-A FT-A RB F TP 4-8 0-0 7 5 8 2-6 6-7 7 4 10 10-14 1-2 6 3 21 0-4 4-4 0 0 4 6-12 5-7 5 1 17 1-3 0-0 0 2 2 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 2-3 0-0 0 1 4 1-1 0-0 0 0 2 1-1 0-0 1 1 2 27-53 16-20 30 17 70

Memphis Parks Lee Phillips Turner Haynes Holmes Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 7-12 3-4 5 5 17 6-15 1-2 8 3 13 5-5 3-4 5 1 13 5-13 0-0 2 2 10 4-10 2-4 3 3 10 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 27-56 9-14 27 14 63

Houston 34 36 — 70 Memphis 34 29 — 63 Attendance: 17,036 Officials: Weller, Lembo, Turner

Memphis 92 - Oral Roberts 83 March 15, 1984 - Memphis, Tenn. Midwest Region - First Round

Memphis Holmes Lee Bedford Haynes Turner Phillips Becton McCoy Albright Bush Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 6-8 6-8 11 1 18 12-18 2-4 11 4 26 9-15 2-3 8 3 20 2-13 4-4 2 0 8 5-6 2-5 1 3 12 1-3 0-0 4 0 2 0-1 0-2 3 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1-1 4-4 0 1 6 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 36-65 20-30 42 13 92

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 4-17 1-1 3 3 9 7-19 2-2 10 5 16 11-25 6-6 18 4 28 3-6 0-0 4 1 6 9-12 0-2 4 4 18 1-4 0-0 1 2 2 1-2 0-0 1 3 2 1-1 0-0 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 37-86 9-11 44 22 83

Memphis 46 46 — 92 Oral Roberts 34 49 — 83 Attendance: 11,200 Officials: Didler, Labetich, Stromkowski

Memphis 66 - Purdue 48 March 17, 1984 - Memphis, Tenn. Midwest Region - Second Round

Memphis Holmes Lee Bedford Haynes Turner Phillips Becton McCoy Bush Albright Wilfong Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 4-9 0-3 6 0 8 11-17 7-7 16 4 29 3-5 0-0 8 3 6 3-9 1-1 5 0 7 3-4 4-5 3 3 10 1-2 0-0 6 1 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-1 1 0 0 1-2 2-4 3 0 4 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 26-48 14-21 49 12 66

Purdue Atkinson Eifert Rowinski Hall Reid Bullock Clawson Robinson Gadis Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 1-9 0-2 5 4 2 0-3 0-0 4 3 0 5-11 4-6 4 1 14 3-11 2-2 4 4 8 4-14 4-4 2 2 12 1-2 0-4 7 4 2 3-13 0-0 1 2 6 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 2-3 0-0 1 3 4 19-68 10-18 32 23 48

Memphis 35 31 — 66 Purdue 22 26 — 48 Attendance: 11,200 Officials: Vacca, Crowley, Moreau

Houston 78 - Memphis 71

March 21, 1984 - St. Louis, Mo. Midwest Region - Regional Semifinals Houston Winslow Young Olajuwon Franklin Gettys Anderson Anders Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 5-7 2-4 12 0 12 5-22 3-5 9 1 13 9-17 7-15 13 4 25 7-13 10-12 2 2 24 2-5 0-0 3 3 4 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0-2 0-0 0 1 0 28-66 22-36 44 11 78

Memphis Lee Holmes Bedford Turner Haynes Phillips Becton Albright McCoy Bush Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 6-13 3-6 10 5 15 4-8 0-0 4 5 8 10-12 1-2 4 5 21 5-8 0-0 3 4 10 7-14 1-1 5 0 15 1-3 0-0 1 0 2 0-2 0-0 2 2 0 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 0-1 0-0 2 1 0 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 33-61 5-9 33 25 71

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Houston 41 37 — 78 Memphis 40 31 — 71 Attendance: 20,143 Officials: Forte, Rucker, Higgins

Memphis 67 - Penn 55 March 15, 1985 - Houston, Texas Midwest Region - First Round

Memphis Lee Holmes Bedford Turner Askew McCoy Wilfong Boyd Bailey Jensen Becton Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 4-8 0-2 3 4 8 3-6 2-3 7 2 8 5-5 1-4 8 3 11 8-14 0-0 3 4 16 6-10 0-0 5 0 12 0-0 3-4 2 0 3 0-1 1-2 0 0 1 2-6 0-0 3 1 4 0-0 2-2 3 1 4 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 1-2 0-0 0 1 2 29-53 9-17 32 16 67

Penn Pitts Lefkowitz Bernstein Bromwell Racine Wilson Elzey Maloney Mascioli Arnolie Cohan Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 5-7 2-2 3 4 12 2-6 3-4 8 2 7 0-0 0-1 2 4 0 6-11 4-4 2 1 16 4-5 0-1 1 1 8 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2-7 0-0 2 2 4 1-1 0-1 3 1 2 3-3 0-0 2 1 6 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0-1 0-0 2 0 0 23-47 9-13 27 20 55

Memphis 26 41 — 67 Penn 25 30 — 55 Attendance: 8,000 Officials: Clark, Rife, Hightower

Memphis 67 - UAB 66

March 17, 1985 - Houston, Texas Midwest Region - Second Round Memphis Lee Holmes Bedford Turner Askew Wilfong Boyd Becton Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 12-17 4-6 6 5 28 2-7 4-4 8 3 8 3-12 0-1 8 3 8 11-17 1-2 0 4 23 1-3 0-0 5 3 2 0-1 0-0 1 1 0 0-2 0-0 3 2 0 0-0 0-0 0 3 0 29-59 9-13 31 24 67

UAB Johnson Mincy Gordon Mitchell Ponder Foster Bartow Charles Collins Johnson Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 0-0 1-2 1 0 1 0-8 7-11 9 4 7 6-13 2-2 15 2 14 6-15 1-2 2 3 13 5-13 8-9 4 2 18 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 3-4 3-4 3 2 9 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 2-3 0-0 4 2 4 22-57 22-30 40 16 66

Memphis 27 40 — 67 UAB 32 34 — 66 Attendance: 6,800 Officials: Nichols, Holme & Range

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2012-13 Memphis Basketball Memphis 59 - Boston College 57 March 21, 1985 - Dallas, Texas Midwest Region - Regional Semifinals

Memphis Lee Holmes Bedford Turner Askew Becton Boyd Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 3-12 2-3 6 4 8 2-7 0-0 1 2 4 10-13 3-4 6 3 23 6-12 0-0 0 1 12 1-3 0-0 2 0 2 4-10 0-0 0 2 8 1-1 0-1 0 0 2 27-58 5-8 35 12 59

Boston College McCready Talley Gordon Adams Pressley Primus Bowers Barry Schmidt Scott Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 2-7 5-6 2 1 9 5-8 1-2 3 4 11 3-3 3-5 2 4 9 6-14 0-0 0 2 12 1-2 0-0 1 0 2 7-13 0-0 0 2 14 0-2 0-0 1 3 0 0-5 0-0 2 0 0 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 24-55 9-13 30 16 57

Memphis 31 28 — 59 Boston College 31 26 — 57 Attendance: 17,007 Officials: Vacca, Shea, Armstrong

Oklahoma Bowie Kennedy Tisdale McCalister Johnson Davis Clark Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 5-12 0-2 1 2 10 7-15 2-2 2 3 16 5-10 1-1 1 3 11 6-12 2-2 0 5 14 0-0 0-0 0 3 0 0-0 0-0 0 3 0 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 26-56 9-13 27 19 61

Memphis 33 30 — 63 Oklahoma 33 28 — 61 Attendance: 17,007 Officials: Vacca, Shea, Armstrong

Villanova 52 - Memphis 45 March 30, 1985 - Lexington, Ky. Final Four - National Semifinals

Villanova Pressley McClain Pinckney Wilbur McLain Plansky Jensen Everson Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 1-8 1-2 6 3 3 6-9 7-7 4 4 19 3-7 6-9 9 3 12 0-2 0-0 1 1 0 2-5 5-5 2 1 9 1-1 1-3 0 1 3 3-6 0-0 4 0 6 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 16-38 20-26 27 13 52

Memphis Lee Holmes Bedford Turner Askew Wilfong Boyd Bailey Becton Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 3-9 4-4 7 5 10 4-8 0-0 2 5 8 4-9 0-0 7 4 8 5-13 1-2 4 3 11 1-3 0-1 7 2 2 0-1 0-0 1 1 0 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 1-1 0-0 0 2 2 1-4 2-2 5 1 4 19-50 7-9 33 23 45

Villanova 23 29 — 52 Memphis 23 22 — 45 Attendance: 23,124 Officials: Clougherty, Dibler, McJunkin

Memphis 95 - Ball State 63

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William Bedford scored 23 points, shooting 10-of-13 from the field, in the Tigers’ 59-57 Midwest Regional win over Boston College in 1985.

Memphis 63 - Oklahoma 61 March 23, 1985 - Dallas, Texas Midwest Region - Regional Final

Memphis Lee Holmes Bedford Turner Askew Becton Bailey Boyd Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 9-22 5-5 3 4 23 2-4 0-0 2 1 4 4-5 4-4 2 4 12 5-9 2-5 0 3 12 0-1 1-2 0 1 1 3-4 1-2 0 2 7 1-2 0-0 1 1 2 1-2 0-0 0 0 2 25-49 13-18 32 16 63

Memphis Holmes Askew Bedford Boyd Turner Wilfong Robinson Moody Douglas Bailey Jensen Alexander Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 7-9 0-0 4 4 14 11-17 1-2 8 0 23 7-13 2-4 8 4 16 5-10 2-2 0 2 12 1-9 0-0 2 2 2 1-3 2-2 4 1 4 1-2 0-0 3 1 2 1-3 0-0 3 0 2 0-2 0-0 0 2 0 0-4 10-12 7 3 10 0-3 0-0 4 2 0 3-3 4-4 2 1 10 37-78 21-26 49 22 95

Ball State FG-A FT-A RB F TP Palombizio 5-22 7-8 14 4 17 Wesley 1-5 1-2 6 4 3 Dziatczak 1-5 0-0 2 3 2 Reed 5-9 2-3 2 2 12 Shelton 5-14 1-1 6 5 11 Smith 2-4 1-2 2 1 5 Eha 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 Kamiak 1-4 0-2 3 1 2 Luedke 2-4 0-0 4 2 4 Hall 0-2 1-2 4 0 1 Whittington 3-4 0-2 2 0 6 Totals 25-74 13-22 52 22 63

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Memphis 40 55 — 95 Ball State 34 29 — 63 Attendance: 13,749 Officials: Borucki, Rucker, McDaniel

LSU 83 - Memphis 81

March 15, 1986 - Baton Rouge, La. Southeast Region - Second Round LSU FG-A FT-A RB F TP Blanton 4-8 3-3 11 1 11 Redden 8-14 7-11 3 3 23 Williams 6-13 7-8 13 4 19 Taylor 9-18 0-0 1 3 18 Wilson 3-10 0-0 3 0 6 Bukumirovich 0-1 2-2 0 1 2 Woodside 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 Brown 1-1 2-4 3 1 4 Vargas 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 Totals 31-65 21-28 35 16 83 Memphis Askew Holmes Bedford Turner Boyd Wilfong Bailey Alexander Totals

FG-A FT-A RB F TP 5-11 0-0 4 3 10 9-17 2-3 9 3 20 7-10 1-3 6 4 15 6-11 0-0 3 2 12 5-8 2-2 2 4 12 2-2 2-2 1 1 6 1-1 2-2 4 0 4 1-2 0-2 3 4 2 36-62 9-14 33 21 81

Memphis 47 34 — 81 LSU 41 42 — 83 Attendance: 13,749 Officials: Bain, Shea, Fincken

Memphis 76 - Baylor 60 March 17, 1988 - South Bend, Ind. Midwest Region - First Round

Memphis Douglas Ballard Bailey Boyd Perry Gibson McLaughlin Young Mundt Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB F TP 10-17 0-0 2-2 7 2 22 1-4 0-0 5-6 5 4 2 4-6 0-0 5-6 4 4 13 7-17 0-0 6-7 1 3 20 4-9 0-1 0-0 4 2 8 1-2 0-0 4-4 0 0 6 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 4 0 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 2-3 0-0 0-0 5 1 4 29-61 0-1 17-19 37 21 75

Baylor Williams, F. McLemore Middleton Hobbs Williams, M. Brown Lindsey Jones Hunt Francis Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB F TP 2-3 0-0 0-0 1 1 4 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 10-14 0-0 2-5 8 2 22 4-9 0-1 2-2 1 1 10 4-11 1-4 4-6 3 3 13 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 1-1 1-1 2-2 0 5 5 1-3 0-0 0-0 3 3 2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 2-4 0-0 0-0 1 2 4 24-47 2-6 10-15 21 20 60

Memphis 33 42 — 75 Baylor 30 30 — 60 Attendance: 10,760 Officials: Birk, Shapiro, Maracich

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Memphis Douglas Ballard Bailey Boyd Perry Gibson McLaughlin McClain Young Mundt Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB F TP 2-5 0-1 2-3 7 2 6 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 5 2 1-6 0-0 0-0 3 4 2 6-12 0-1 6-7 3 2 18 2-8 0-4 0-0 1 1 4 2-10 2-6 1-2 4 1 7 4-10 4-8 2-2 2 2 14 3-5 1-2 0-0 2 3 7 0-2 0-0 0-0 3 2 0 6-12 0-0 1-1 3 4 13 27-71 7-22 12-15 33 26 73

Purdue Jones Mitchell McCants Stephens Lewis Reid Berning Jones Brugos Scheffler Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB F TP 2-4 0-0 2-6 8 0 6 4-9 0-0 7-7 5 2 15 7-13 0-0 6-9 7 4 20 4-9 1-5 0-0 4 4 9 8-13 4-8 2-3 5 4 22 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 1-3 0-0 1-1 3 2 3 4-6 0-0 2-2 4 0 10 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 4-6 0-0 5-5 6 1 13 35-65 5-14 25-34 47 17 100

Purdue 38 62 — 100 Memphis 33 40 — 73 Attendance: 10,760 Officials: Forte, Burch, Mayfield

DePaul 66 - Memphis 63 March 16, 1989 - Boise, Idaho Midwest Region - First Round

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB F TP 4-12 0-3 1-3 2 4 9 2-5 0-3 0-0 1 2 4 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 4-8 0-0 1-2 5 1 9 4-13 1-2 6-8 5 2 15 7-12 0-0 2-2 5 2 16 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 4 2 2-6 0-0 2-2 2 4 6 25-59 1-8 12-17 23 21 63

DePaul Murphy Greene Foster Howard Brundy Booth Price Hamby Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB F TP 3-6 1-2 0-1 1 2 7 4-7 2-3 4-6 4 4 14 0-4 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 8-15 0-0 4-4 15 3 20 5-12 0-0 7-7 5 2 17 0-0 0-0 0-0 4 2 0 3-3 0-0 0-0 4 3 6 24-48 3-5 15-18 38 19 66

DePaul 36 30 — 66 Memphis 30 33 — 63 Attendance: 12,241 Officials: Higgins, Scott, Bell

Memphis 80 - Pepperdine 70 March 19, 1992 - Milwaukee, Wis. Midwest Region - First Round

Pepperdine Jones Lear Jenson Lopez Christie Guild Welch Noether Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB F TP 6-10 0-0 1-2 6 2 13 2-7 0-0 3-6 2 3 7 3-5 0-0 3-3 2 2 9 3-8 1-6 0-0 2 3 7 8-17 1-5 6-10 7 4 23 3-6 2-4 1-1 2 3 9 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 1-3 0-0 0-0 1 2 2 26-58 4-15 14-22 24 19 70

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB F TP 8-15 3-5 2-4 8 3 21 3-9 0-0 2-2 5 2 8 3-8 0-0 1-1 2 3 7 3-9 0-0 9-10 7 1 15 7-13 3-4 2-2 5 4 19 2-2 0-0 0-0 4 2 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1-2 0-0 2-2 4 1 4 0-1 0-0 2-2 7 2 2 27-59 6-9 20-23 44 18 80

Memphis 41 39 — 80 Pepperdine 28 42 — 70 Attendance: 18,250 Officials: Paparo, Gordon, Stigliano

Memphis 82 - Arkansas 80 March 21, 1992 - Milwaukee, Wis. Midwest Region - Second Round

Memphis Hardaway Vaughn Douglas Madlock Smith, B. Duncan Nolan Smith, E. Allen Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB F TP 4-9 3-4 3-5 6 5 14 11-15 0-0 4-5 8 2 26 5-8 0-0 2-2 6 2 12 1-6 0-0 5-8 2 5 7 4-8 2-4 0-0 1 4 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 3-5 1-1 2-4 3 2 9 2-2 0-0 0-0 2 0 4 30-53 6-9 16-24 30 20 82

Arkansas Day Morris Miller Mayberry Shepherd Linn McDaniel Hawkins Rimac Biley Wallace Davis Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB F TP 5-11 3-6 1-2 6 5 14 6-12 0-0 3-4 9 2 15 7-11 0-0 0-0 8 3 14 3-13 0-6 2-3 1 0 8 2-5 0-1 1-2 4 3 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1-6 0-1 0-0 0 2 2 5-6 0-0 12-13 2 4 22 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 29-66 3-14 19-24 36 19 80

Arkansas 44 36 — 80 Memphis 36 46 — 82 Attendance: 18,333 Officials: Paparo, McDonald, Reynolds

Memphis 83 - Georgia Tech 79 ot) March 27, 1992 - Kansas City, Mo. Midwest Region - Regional Semifinals

Georgia Tech Mackey Forrest Geiger Best Barry Hill Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB F TP 4-10 0-0 5-6 10 3 13 8-13 0-0 0-0 11 2 16 2-4 0-0 1-2 3 5 5 5-14 1-5 2-3 0 4 13 10-21 2-9 7-8 7 3 29 1-3 0-0 1-1 3 1 3 30-65 3-14 16-20 41 19 79

Memphis Hardaway Vaughn Douglas Madlock Smith, B. Duncan Nolan Smith, E. Allen Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB F TP 6-19 5-14 7-12 4 3 24 4-12 0-0 0-1 8 2 8 7-13 0-0 2-2 5 3 16 2-2 0-0 6-6 5 1 10 6-11 1-3 2-2 2 2 15 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 3 0 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 1 0 4-6 0-2 0-0 2 1 8 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 2 2 30-66 6-21 17-23 35 18 83

Ga. Tech 42 32 5 Memphis 36 38 9 Attendance: 14,388 Officials: Burr, Garibaldi, Reynolds

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Cincinnati 88 - Memphis 57 March 29, 1992 - Kansas City, Mo. Midwest Region - Regional Final

Memphis Hardaway Vaughn Douglas Madlock Smith, B. Scott Mitchell Duncan Haynes Nolan Smith, E. Allen Young Mundt Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB F TP 4-9 3-7 1-2 4 5 12 3-7 0-0 3-6 2 3 9 2-4 0-0 0-2 4 0 4 2-5 0-1 1-3 2 4 5 5-17 1-7 0-0 1 1 11 0-0 1-4 0-0 1 0 0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 3-5 0-1 0-0 3 2 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 1-6 0-0 5-6 2 4 8 0-0 0-0 2-2 4 2 2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 20-56 5-21 12-21 29 23 57

Cincinnati Nelson Jones Blount Buford Van Exel Martin Gibson Ward Reicheneker Scott Jackson Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB F TP 2-4 0-0 2-2 4 0 6 9-13 1-3 4-4 13 1 23 5-8 0-0 3-5 4 3 13 4-7 1-3 6-6 2 2 15 8-11 4-5 2-4 5 1 22 3-4 0-0 2-3 5 4 8 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0-0 0-0 1-2 1 0 1 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 3 0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 31-52 6-12 20-26 36 15 88

Cincinnati 46 42 — 88 Memphis 36 21 — 57 Attendance: 14,850 Officials: Valentine, Monje, Koskinen

Western Kentucky 55 - Memphis 52 March 18, 1993 - Orlando, Fla. Southeast Region - First Round

Memphis Hardaway Allen Douglas Smith Coles Mitchell Newsom Horne Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP 8-21 0-5 1-3 5 3 2 17 3-7 0-0 2-2 9 1 3 8 6-14 0-0 2-6 9 0 4 14 3-7 0-2 0-0 1 2 4 6 1-3 1-2 1-2 2 4 2 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 1-4 1-2 0-2 1 0 3 2 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 22-57 2-11 6-15 33 11 18 52

Western Ky. Mee Brown Hall Bell Horn Fraliex Robinson Bunton Flowers Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP 2-13 1-7 5-7 7 4 3 10 4-9 0-0 0-0 2 0 2 8 2-5 0-0 1-5 7 0 4 5 6-14 2-8 4-4 9 4 1 18 3-6 0-1 0-0 5 3 2 6 1-2 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0-1 2 1 0 0 3-6 0-0 0-2 8 1 3 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 21-55 3-17 10-19 47 13 15 55

Memphis 28 24 — 52 W. Kentucky 24 31 — 55 Attendance: 14,196 Officials: Edsall, Donato, Pugh

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Memphis Hardaway Vaughn Douglas Madlock Smith, B. Duncan Nolan Smith, E. Allen Totals

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2012-13 Memphis Basketball Memphis 77 - Louisville 56 March 17, 1995 - Austin, Texas Midwest Region - First Round

Louisville Kiser Osborne Walker Wheat Rogers Johnson Sims Smith Dantzler Flynn Farmer Totals

FG-A 3P-A 3-8 3-7 1-8 1-6 3-9 0-0 10-19 6-10 0-2 0-2 1-4 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-3 0-3 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-0 20-58 10-31

FT-A RB 0-0 1 2-2 5 0-0 6 2-3 6 1-2 1 0-0 4 1-2 1 0-0 2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 2 6-9 30

A 1 2 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 9

Memphis Henderson Wilson Wright Johnson Garner Wimmer Vaughn Mitchell Newsom Fox Smith Forrest Totals

FG-A 3P-A 2-6 0-1 5-6 0-0 7-9 0-0 1-6 0-4 4-4 0-0 2-4 1-2 5-12 0-1 1-2 1-2 1-5 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 28-54 3-13

FT-A RB A 4-5 4 2 1-3 6 1 2-3 6 0 4-6 2 4 3-5 3 3 0-0 1 0 4-5 9 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 18-27 38 10

F TP 5 9 2 5 3 6 1 28 2 1 2 2 1 1 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 20 56 F 2 3 0 1 0 3 2 1 0 1 0 0 13

TP 8 11 16 6 11 5 14 3 3 0 0 0 77

Memphis 38 39 — 77 Louisville 29 27 — 56 Attendance: 15,375 Officials: Higgins, Edsall, Richardson

Memphis 75 - Purdue 73

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March 19, 1995 - Austin, Texas Midwest Region - Second Round

Memphis Henderson Wilson Wright Garner Johnson Vaughn Wimmer Mitchell Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP 5-11 1-1 0-0 6 0 2 11 8-11 0-0 0-0 5 3 2 16 4-13 0-0 2-4 8 2 4 10 2-8 0-2 0-0 3 4 3 4 7-15 4-7 0-0 4 4 2 18 5-8 0-1 2-2 7 1 4 12 2-5 0-0 0-0 2 2 3 4 0-0 0-0 0-2 1 0 1 0 33-71 5-11 4-8 37 16 21 75

Purdue Jennings Martin Miller Waddell Roberts Hairston Austin Brantley Foster Dove Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP 3-6 0-0 3-4 2 0 1 9 4-14 3-11 0-0 0 0 1 11 3-4 0-0 3-7 3 1 2 9 3-8 2-5 4-4 3 6 2 12 0-2 0-1 1-3 8 0 1 1 5-5 0-0 4-5 4 1 1 14 2-3 1-1 0-0 1 1 1 5 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 1 1 3 1-2 1-2 0-0 1 1 1 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 24-50 7-20 18-26 30 10 14 73

Memphis 41 34 — 75 Purdue 37 36 — 73 Attendance: 15,375 Officials: Monje, Rucker, Edsall

Arkansas 96 - Memphis 91 (ot) March 24, 1995 - Kansas City, Mo. Midwest Region - Regional Semifinals

Memphis Wilson Henderson Wright Garner Johnson Vaughn Wimmer

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP 5-7 0-0 1-1 7 1 2 11 5-17 2-6 2-2 6 2 3 14 6-11 0-0 0-1 14 2 4 12 2-4 1-1 0-1 5 8 5 5 10-18 5-9 7-10 2 5 4 32 2-7 0-0 3-5 9 0 2 7 3-7 1-5 0-0 1 1 3 7

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0-3 0-1 0-0 2 0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 0 0 3 34-75 10-23 13-20 48 19 24 91

Arkansas Thurman Williamson Martin McDaniel Beck Dillard Stewart Rimac Wilson Robinson Garrett Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP 5-12 4-5 3-4 2 4 2 17 10-16 0-0 7-9 13 3 4 27 1-2 0-1 0-0 3 1 0 2 2-6 1-5 2-4 4 3 4 7 2-5 2-2 2-4 5 4 4 8 6-12 4-8 3-4 4 0 1 19 2-6 0-3 2-4 5 3 2 6 1-3 1-3 0-0 2 1 0 3 2-5 0-0 3-6 3 0 1 7 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 31-68 12-27 22-35 44 19 20 96

Memphis 34 49 8 — 91 Arkansas 43 40 13 — 96 Attendance: 16,153 Officials: Burr, Rose, Hall

Drexel 75 - Memphis 63

March 14, 1996 - Albuquerque, N.M. West Region - First Round Drexel Myers Guittar Rose DeRocckis Overby Gaffney Neisler Frey Hudgins Riley Fishcher Totals

FG-A 4-9 4-7 8-12 4-8 1-8 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 23-46

3P-A FT-A RB A F TP 3-7 4-7 2 5 1 15 2-3 0-0 5 2 4 10 0-0 5-6 15 3 2 21 3-5 3-4 0 4 0 14 0-2 8-9 5 3 2 10 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 1-1 0-0 2 0 3 5 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 9-18 20-26 35 13 18 75

Memphis Wilson Henderson Wright Johnson Garner Gales Smith Hopson Newman Newsom Finch Jr. Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP 5-8 0-0 0-0 5 1 2 10 4-8 1-2 0-0 1 0 4 9 8-17 0-0 0-0 10 3 4 16 2-9 1-5 0-0 3 3 2 5 2-11 1-6 0-0 0 3 4 5 3-5 2-2 2-3 3 2 2 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 2-3 0-0 1-2 2 0 1 5 0-2 0-0 0-0 6 1 1 0 1-3 0-2 1-2 2 0 1 3 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 27-68 5-19 4-7 34 14 21 63

Drexel 40 35 — 75 Memphis 30 33 — 63 Attendance: 14,762 Officials: Rose, Gray, Wulkow

Arizona State 84 - Memphis 71 March 20, 2003 - Oklahoma City, Okla. West Region - First Round

Arizona State Diogu Redhage Smith Dodd Millage Braxton Crandall Knight Hill Osborne Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP 9-11 2-2 2-2 5 1 5 22 6-13 2-4 4-4 5 2 3 18 4-7 0-0 1-2 4 1 5 9 3-5 0-1 0-0 2 1 3 6 6-15 1-4 4-6 11 9 1 17 2-2 1-1 0-0 2 1 0 5 0-1 0-1 1-2 0 0 0 1 1-4 0-1 4-6 6 1 3 6 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 31-59 6-14 16-22 37 18 19 84

Memphis Carney Erwin Massie Burks

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP 2-8 2-5 2-2 5 2 3 8 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 0 8-14 0-1 4-8 13 1 0 20 6-11 1-2 2-4 0 5 5 15

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3-8 2-6 0-0 0 0 2 8 1-7 1-6 0-0 6 2 4 3 1-5 0-0 0-0 4 0 1 2 2-8 1-7 2-2 3 1 0 7 2-6 0-1 4-5 7 0 2 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 25-69 7-28 14-21 42 11 18 71

Memphis 33 38 — 71 Arizona St. 32 52 — 84 Attendance: 18,462 Officials: Cahill, Luckie, Maxwell

Memphis 59 - South Carolina 43 March 19, 2004 - Kansas City, Mo. East Rutherford Region - First Round

S. Carolina Powell Brown Kinsey Boynton Gonner Kelley Howell Everett Land Wallace Balkman Chappell Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP 4-9 1-2 2-2 3 0 2 11 2-6 0-2 2-4 1 1 2 6 4-8 0-1 1-2 1 1 1 9 0-2 0-2 0-0 4 1 3 0 1-8 0-2 3-4 1 1 0 5 2-4 0-1 2-2 7 3 1 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 1-2 1-2 0-0 1 0 2 3 1-2 0-0 1-2 2 2 3 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 15-42 2-13 11-16 25 9 14 43

Memphis FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Carney 10-17 6-12 0-0 10 1 0 26 Banks 2-10 0-3 2-2 2 2 3 6 Barclay 2-5 0-0 0-1 5 1 2 4 Burks 3-12 0-4 1-2 4 7 0 7 Rice 4-12 3-8 1-2 8 4 1 12 Avery 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Erwin 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 5 0 Green 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 Lopez 2-2 0-0 0-0 2 1 4 4 Diarra 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Totals 23-59 9-27 4-7 36 16 15 59 S. Carolina 18 25 — 43 Memphis 30 29 — 59 Attendance: 15,260 Officials: Haney, Kersey, Vinovich

Oklahoma State 70 - Memphis 53 March 21, 2004 - Kansas City, Mo. East Rutherford Region - Second Round

Memphis Carney Banks Barclay Burks Rice Avery Lopez Diarra Totals

FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP 2-8 1-5 3-3 5 1 1 8 3-11 2-4 3-7 5 0 4 11 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 9-19 3-5 1-4 1 4 3 22 2-8 0-3 0-0 4 3 3 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 3-3 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 6 20-50 6-17 7-14 22 9 15 53

Oklahoma St. FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Graham, J. 8-11 3-5 2-6 4 2 1 21 McFarlin 6-8 0-0 1-2 10 3 2 13 Lucas 6-10 1-4 0-0 4 5 2 13 Bobik 3-5 1-2 3-4 4 3 3 10 Allen 4-9 0-1 3-5 4 4 2 11 Graham, S. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 Weatherspoon 1-3 0-0 0-0 2 1 2 2 Miller 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Crawford 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 3 0 Totals 28-47 5-12 9-17 34 18 16 70 Memphis 19 34 — 53 Oklahoma St. 41 29 — 70 Attendance: 17,667 Officials: Donato, Valentine, Haney

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Memphis 90 - Oral Roberts 74 March 17, 2006 - Dallas, Texas Oakland Region - First Round

Oral Roberts FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Tutt 4-11 2-5 1-2 0 4 2 11 Owens 5-7 0-1 3-5 11 1 3 13 Green 6-14 0-0 7-7 4 3 3 19 Michalec 3-6 0-0 1-2 4 0 2 7 Bluitt 3-4 3-4 2-2 0 1 3 11 Riouse 4-6 2-4 0-0 1 1 0 10 Ogunoye 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 Vealy 2-3 0-1 1-2 3 2 2 5 Fowkles 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 1 2 2 TEAM 1 Totals 28-53 7-15 15-20 24 14 17 78 Memphis FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Williams, S. 6-9 2-4 0-0 1 3 4 14 Carney 7-14 3-8 2-5 5 0 2 19 Dorsey 2-6 0-0 1-2 4 2 5 5 Anderson 4-4 2-2 0-0 3 2 1 10 Washington 5-7 1-3 3-4 2 6 3 14 Williams, W. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Dozier 4-7 0-0 1-2 8 0 2 9 D.-Roberts 2-2 0-0 2-2 2 1 1 6 Allen 4-6 3-5 0-1 1 2 0 11 Cooper 3-6 0-0 0-0 5 0 3 6 TEAM 2 Totals 37-61 11-22 9-16 33 16 21 94 Oral Roberts 39 35 — 74 Memphis 51 39 — 90 Attendance: 19,028 Officials: Burr, Cartensen, Clark

Memphis 72 - Bucknell 56

For the first time since 1992, the Tigers advanced to the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight. Memphis, the regional’s No. 1 seed, fell to UCLA in contest and finished its thrilling 2005-06 campaign with a then school-record 33 wins (33-4 record).

Memphis 80 - Bradley 64

UCLA 50 - Memphis 45

March 19, 2006 - Dallas, Texas Oakland Region - Second Round

March 23, 2006 - Oakland, Calif. Oakland Region - Regional Semifinals

March 25, 2006 - Oakland, Calif. Oakland Region - Regional Final

Bucknell FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Mastropaolo 1-1 0-0 3-4 4 2 1 5 McNaughton 5-9 0-0 5-7 8 3 4 15 Lee 3-11 1-4 4-4 3 2 3 11 Badmus 1-4 0-2 2-3 2 0 3 4 Bettencourt 1-4 1-3 9-9 4 1 4 12 Thomas 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 2 Brown 3-7 0-0 1-2 3 0 3 7 Griffin 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 0 1 0 Vegotsky 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Mack 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 Morrison 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Linthicum 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 V.-McClymont 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 TEAM 4 Totals 15-41 2-12 24-29 33 8 20 56

Bradley FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Sommerville 4-13 1-4 9-10 8 0 4 18 O’Bryant 3-7 0-0 2-5 14 0 2 8 Bennett 4-13 1-2 0-0 0 0 5 9 Tauai 0-0 0-0 2-4 1 0 0 2 Ruffin 2-5 1-2 2-4 1 4 3 7 Brown 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Franklin 2-6 2-5 0-0 2 2 1 6 Crouch 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Andrews 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 Wright 5-13 0-1 4-4 6 0 2 14 Adams 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 TEAM 2 Totals 20-60 5-16 19-27 35 6 18 64

UCLA FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Bozeman 0-3 0-1 3-4 3 0 3 3 Mbah a Moute 0-4 0-0 2-4 7 1 3 2 Hollins 6-7 0-0 2-11 9 0 4 14 Farmar 1-9 0-2 2-4 3 3 0 4 Afflalo 2-9 2-4 9-10 3 0 1 15 Collison 1-2 0-0 2-3 3 1 1 4 Aboya 2-2 0-0 0-2 2 0 0 4 Mata 2-3 0-0 0-1 6 0 1 4 Roll 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 2 1 0 TEAM 0 Totals 14-40 2-8 20-39 36 7 14 50

Bucknell 21 35 — 56 Memphis 31 41 — 72 Attendance: 19,251 Officials: Donato, Adams, Pollard

UCLA 28 22 — 50 Memphis 21 24 — 45 Attendance: 19,689 Officials: Higgins, Lopes, Greenwood

Bradley 30 34 — 64 Memphis 35 45 — 80 Attendance: 19,596 Officials: Hess, Valentine, Kersey

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Memphis FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Williams, S. 3-7 0-1 4-4 3 2 2 10 Carney 3-10 1-5 3-5 4 1 2 10 Dorsey 4-6 0-0 4-6 6 1 4 12 Anderson 5-7 3-5 0-0 0 0 1 13 Washington 1-6 1-2 5-7 1 0 2 8 Wade 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Williams, W. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 Dozier 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 1 0 0 D.-Roberts 3-4 0-0 3-4 3 1 4 9 McGrady 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Allen 3-5 2-3 0-0 1 6 3 8 Long 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Sandridge 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Cooper 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 2 2 2 TEAM 2 Totals 23-48 7-16 19-26 25 15 21 72

Memphis FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Williams, S. 4-8 1-2 3-4 8 0 3 12 Carney 7-12 2-5 7-8 4 1 2 23 Dorsey 3-9 0-0 0-2 11 3 3 6 Anderson 3-6 2-4 0-0 5 1 2 8 Washington 8-14 1-3 1-2 3 1 1 18 Wade 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 2 Williams, W. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Dozier 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 3 2 D.-Roberts 2-3 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 4 McGrady 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Allen 1-2 0-0 1-2 3 5 3 3 Long 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Sandridge 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Cooper 1-2 0-1 0-0 2 0 1 2 TEAM 3 Totals 31-60 6-15 12-18 41 11 18 80

Memphis FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Williams, S. 2-9 1-5 3-6 8 1 4 8 Carney 2-12 1-5 0-0 2 0 4 5 Anderson 1-5 0-3 0-0 2 3 2 2 Dorsey 1-3 0-0 0-0 6 0 5 2 Washington 4-10 0-2 5-6 4 0 2 13 Williams, W. 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 0 Dozier 3-4 0-0 0-0 8 0 4 6 D.-Roberts 3-5 0-0 0-0 6 0 1 6 Allen 0-3 0-2 1-3 0 1 3 1 Cooper 1-3 0-0 0-0 1 0 3 2 TEAM 2 Totals 17-54 2-17 9-15 41 5 29 45


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North Texas FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Wooden 6-9 0-0 4-4 3 1 4 16 Williams 3-8 0-0 3-4 9 1 3 9 Bell 1-6 0-1 2-4 4 5 5 4 Davis 4-10 2-3 2-3 0 1 4 12 Watson 3-8 2-4 5-6 1 0 4 13 Sturns 1-6 0-1 0-0 5 2 1 2 Young 0-2 0-1 0-0 9 2 2 0 Mangrum 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Stewart 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 Howerton 1-3 0-0 0-1 1 0 1 2 TEAM 2 Totals 19-53 4-10 16-22 34 12 25 58 Memphis FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Dozier 4-10 0-2 3-4 7 2 2 11 Dorsey 4-11 0-0 1-5 15 2 4 9 Kemp 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 0 2 0 Anderson 3-4 0-0 0-0 2 0 3 6 D.-Roberts 6-11 0-2 4-4 5 2 4 16 Niles 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 Hunt 3-11 1-5 2-2 5 1 0 9 Allen 4-10 2-3 4-6 1 4 2 14 Mack 1-3 1-3 5-6 2 1 1 8 Cooper 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 TEAM 5 Totals 25-62 4-16 19-27 45 12 19 73 North Texas 28 30 — 58 Memphis 37 36 — 73 Attendance: 13,393 Officials: Greenwood, Connolly, Reed

Memphis 78 - Nevada 62 March 18, 2007 - New Orleans, La. South Region - Second Round

Nevada FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Fazekas 7-18 0-3 6-7 7 1 3 20 Ikovlev 3-5 3-4 2-2 5 2 2 11 Shiloh 1-6 0-3 7-8 4 3 3 9 Kemp 8-17 2-8 0-0 6 4 5 18 Sessions 1-8 0-1 0-0 1 5 2 2 Fields 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 2 Burleson 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 0 3 0 LaGrone 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 Hanson 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 Ellis 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 McGee 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 2 0 TEAM 3 Totals 21-57 5-21 15-17 30 16 22 62 Memphis FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Dozier 4-7 1-1 0-0 8 0 4 9 Dorsey 2-3 0-0 4-6 9 1 2 8 Kemp 0-5 0-2 0-0 1 0 1 0 Anderson 4-9 1-1 5-8 10 4 1 14 D.-Roberts 3-8 0-1 10-12 3 1 2 16 Hunt 4-13 2-7 6-7 1 0 1 16 Allen 4-8 1-3 1-1 2 4 3 10 Mack 1-3 1-2 0-0 2 0 2 3 Cooper 1-3 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 2 TEAM 1 Totals 23-59 6-17 26-34 40 10 16 78 Nevada 23 29 — 62 Memphis 37 41 — 78 Attendance: 13,594 Officials: O’Neill, Greenwood, Hillary

Memphis 65 - Texas A&M 64 March 22, 2007 - San Antonio, Texas South Region - Regional Semifinals

Texas A&M FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Carter 1-4 1-3 1-2 6 1 4 4 Jones 7-11 0-1 0-1 5 1 3 14 Kavaliauskas 7-13 0-0 3-3 8 2 2 17 Law 6-17 1-3 0-0 5 1 2 13 Kirk 2-4 0-1 0-2 2 7 3 4 Johnston 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Sloan 2-6 0-1 1-2 2 1 2 5 Lee 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 0 0 3 Davis 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 1 1 2 Pompey 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 3 2 TEAM 6 Totals 28-59 3-10 5-10 36 14 20 64

HISTORY

Memphis FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Dozier 2-6 0-1 0-0 5 0 3 4 Dorsey 4-6 0-0 0-0 4 0 5 8 Kemp 3-5 1-2 0-0 0 1 2 7 Anderson 1-6 0-2 3-6 4 3 1 5 D.-Roberts 5-8 0-2 5-7 4 1 0 15 Niles 0-3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Hunt 6-12 3-7 4-5 4 2 0 19 Allen 1-5 0-2 2-3 4 1 1 4 Mack 1-2 1-1 0-0 0 0 0 3 Cooper 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 3 0 TEAM 4 Totals 23-54 5-17 14-21 31 8 15 65 Texas A&M 42 22 — 64 Memphis 37 28 — 65 Attendance: 26,060 Officials: Hess, Hughes, Lindsay

Jeremy Hunt finished his collegiate career with a stellar performance versus Ohio State in the NCAA Tournament South Region championship game. The senior guard scored 26 points and grabbed four rebounds in 35 minutes of action.

Ohio State 92 - Memphis 76 March 24, 2007 - San Antonio, Texas South Region - Regional Final

Memphis FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Dozier 3-8 0-0 3-4 11 2 3 9 Dorsey 0-0 0-0 0-2 3 0 4 0 Kemp 4-10 4-5 0-0 1 1 0 12 Anderson 5-14 0-4 0-0 3 4 4 10 D.-Roberts 6-10 0-1 2-4 4 1 5 14 Hunt 6-16 5-11 9-10 4 0 4 26 Allen 0-3 0-0 0-0 3 2 5 0 Mack 1-2 1-1 0-0 0 0 2 3 Cooper 1-2 0-0 0-0 3 0 2 2 TEAM 3 Totals 26-65 10-22 14-20 35 10 29 76 Ohio State FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Harris 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Oden 7-8 0-0 3-6 9 0 4 17 Conley Jr. 5-11 0-2 9-10 4 2 3 19 Lewis 5-12 2-6 10-10 6 0 1 22 Butler 2-6 2-6 6-6 3 4 2 12 Lighty 2-4 0-0 3-5 6 3 3 7 Cook 2-4 1-3 4-4 3 0 0 9 Terwillinger 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 Hunter 2-3 0-0 0-0 2 0 2 4 TEAM 1 Totals 26-51 5-17 35-41 34 9 15 92 Memphis 38 38 — 76 Ohio State 41 51 — 92 Attendance: 26,260 Officials: Higgins, Gray, Kitts

Antonio Anderson, seen above shooting a jumper versus Texas A&M, hit two of the most memorable free throws in Tigers basketball history when he swished home two charity tosses with :03.1 left to lift Memphis to a 65-64 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 victory over the Aggies.

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March 21, 2008 - Little Rock, Ark. South Region - First Round

March 28, 2008 - Houston, Texas South Region - Regional Semifinals

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UT-Arlington FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Guignard 4-12 2-8 0-0 0 3 1 10 Griffin 4-8 0-0 3-9 8 0 4 11 Moffitt 4-5 1-2 0-1 4 1 2 9 Epps 0-3 0-0 0-0 1 1 5 0 Posey 1-6 0-0 2-3 8 1 2 4 Smith 2-6 1-2 0-0 2 8 2 5 Hunter 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Dewait 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Parker 2-3 0-0 0-0 2 0 3 4 Vereen 7-11 0-1 6-8 2 2 4 20 TEAM 2 Totals 24-55 4-13 11-21 29 16 23 63

Mich. State FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Morgan 2-6 0-0 3-6 7 2 3 7 Suton 11-14 1-1 0-0 9 0 3 23 Naymick 2-5 0-1 0-0 1 1 1 4 Lucas 3-7 0-1 5-6 1 4 5 11 Neitzel 2-8 2-7 0-0 1 7 3 6 Ibok 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 3 0 Allen 8-15 2-8 2-3 4 0 5 20 Walton 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 3 4 0 Summers 1-3 0-0 1-2 0 1 1 3 Dahlman 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Gray 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 TEAM 3 Totals 29-59 5-18 11-17 28 18 28 74

Memphis FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Dozier 3-6 0-0 6-7 5 1 4 12 Dorsey 1-4 0-0 1-4 9 1 3 3 Anderson 4-9 3-5 6-10 6 5 0 17 D.-Roberts 8-12 1-4 6-7 7 4 1 23 Rose 6-10 2-2 3-4 5 3 3 17 Taggart 0-1 0-1 0-0 4 0 3 0 Kemp 1-3 1-3 0-0 0 0 0 3 Niles 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Allen 1-4 0-2 0-2 0 3 1 2 Mack 4-5 2-3 0-1 1 1 0 10 McGrady 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Robinson 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 3 0 TEAM 2 Totals 28-54 9-20 22-35 39 18 18 87 UT-Arlington 31 32 — 63 Memphis 45 42 — 87 Attendance: 16,060 Officials: Greenwood, Hampton, Rutecki

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Memphis FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Dozier 3-7 0-0 3-6 10 0 4 9 Dorsey 3-4 0-0 0-2 4 1 2 6 Anderson 3-10 1-4 3-3 5 4 2 10 D.-Roberts 7-12 0-2 11-12 5 2 2 25 Rose 10-16 1-3 6-7 4 5 1 27 Taggart 2-6 0-1 1-2 4 0 3 5 Kemp 2-2 2-2 2-2 0 1 0 8 Niles 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 Allen 0-1 0-1 0-1 0 0 2 0 Mack 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 TEAM 7 Totals 31-59 4-13 26-35 39 13 16 92

Joey Dorsey, seen here dunking against Mississippi State in the second round, had an outstanding performance against the Bulldogs. The senior posted a double-double of 13 points and 12 rebounds and added six blocks in helping the Tigers advance to the Sweet 16.

Michigan St. 20 54 — 74 Memphis 50 42 — 92 Attendance: 32,931 Officials: Hess, Smith, O’Neill

Memphis 77 - Mississippi St. 74 March 23, 2008 - Little Rock, Ark. South Region - Second Round **

Miss. State FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Hansborough 7-10 3-5 2-2 2 0 4 19 Stewart 1-12 0-6 2-3 5 1 4 4 Rhodes 7-14 0-0 0-1 10 1 3 14 Varnado 2-4 0-0 7-8 2 0 4 11 Gordon 7-16 4-7 3-6 11 5 4 21 Johnson, R. 2-2 1-1 0-0 0 0 0 5 Johnson, B. 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 Turner 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 Bailey 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 4 0 TEAM 6 Totals 26-60 8-19 14-20 37 9 23 74

Chris Douglas-Roberts got the Tigers started on their trip to the NCAA title game with a 23-point, seven-rebound, four-assist performance in Memphis’ first-round win over Texas-Arlington. Douglas-Roberts continued his strong play throughout the tournament and was named to the NCAA AllFinal Four and All-South Region teams.

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Memphis FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Dozier 4-10 0-0 1-3 4 1 5 9 Dorsey 6-8 0-0 1-5 12 0 5 13 Anderson 1-5 0-3 2-6 4 4 0 4 D.-Roberts 6-16 0-3 5-7 5 4 2 17 Rose 6-14 1-3 4-9 9 7 0 17 Taggart 0-3 0-1 2-2 7 1 4 2 Kemp 4-5 4-5 0-0 1 1 0 12 Allen 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 Mack 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 0 0 3 Robinson 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 TEAM 3 Totals 28-63 6-16 15-32 45 19 16 77 Miss. State 27 47 — 74 Memphis 36 41 — 77 Attendance: 16,060 Officials: Greenwood, Hillary, Scagliotta Despite missing a large part of the second half in the Tigers’ NCAA Sweet 16 game versus Michigan State, freshman Derrick Rose netted a career-high 27 points in the win over the Spartans. Rose was named the NCAA South Region MVP.

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The 2007-08 Tigers celebrate their NCAA Tournament South Region championship after defeating Texas 85-67 in the regional title game in Houston’s Reliant Stadium. The win propelled Memphis to the school’s first NCAA Final Four appearance since 1985. The Tigers rolled through the regional with double-digit wins over Michigan State (92-74) and Texas. Joey Dorsey, Chris Douglas-Roberts and Derrick Rose were named to the NCAA All-South Region Team, with Rose taking home region MVP honors. Memphis moved on to the Final Four in San Antonio the following weekend and posted a 78-63 win over UCLA in the national semifinals. Two nights later, the Tigers fell to Kansas in overtime in the championship game. Memphis, though, finished the 2007-08 season with a 38-2 overall record. The 38 victories are an NCAA record for most wins in a single season. **

Memphis 85 - Texas 67

Memphis 78 - UCLA 63

April 7, 2008 - San Antonio, Texas Final Four - National Championship

April 5, 2008 - San Antonio, Texas Final Four - National Semifinals

Texas FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP James 4-12 0-5 0-0 5 3 5 8 Atchley 2-8 1-5 0-0 6 1 4 5 Abrams 6-16 5-10 0-0 5 3 4 17 Augustin 4-18 2-6 6-6 2 3 3 16 Mason 3-8 1-2 0-0 7 3 5 7 Johnson 3-4 0-0 2-2 1 0 2 8 Lewis 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 Wangmene 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 Mooney 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0 Pittman 2-2 0-0 0-1 4 0 0 4 Chapman 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 TEAM 5 Totals 25-69 9-28 8-9 36 13 25 67

UCLA FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Shipp 3-9 2-6 1-3 2 0 3 9 Mbah a Moute 5-13 0-0 2-2 13 0 0 12 Love 4-11 0-2 4-4 9 1 1 12 Westbrook 10-19 2-3 0-0 3 2 4 22 Collison 1-9 0-1 0-0 4 4 5 2 Aboya 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 2 Keefe 0-1 0-1 4-4 2 0 1 4 Mata-Real 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 2 0 TEAM 1 Totals 24-64 4-13 11-13 36 8 17 63

Kansas FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Arthur 9-13 0-0 2-2 10 1 3 20 Jackson 3-4 0-0 2-2 8 1 1 8 Robinson 1-1 0-0 0-0 4 1 3 2 Chalmers 5-13 2-6 6-6 3 3 3 18 Rush 5-9 0-2 2-3 6 2 3 12 Collins 4-10 1-4 2-2 4 6 3 11 Kaun 2-5 0-0 0-0 2 0 2 4 Aldrich 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 TEAM 2 Totals 29-55 3-12 14-15 39 14 18 75

Memphis FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Dozier 3-7 0-0 0-0 3 0 2 6 Dorsey 0-3 0-0 0-0 15 2 3 0 Anderson 5-11 2-5 0-0 3 3 0 12 D.-Roberts 9-17 1-3 9-11 4 0 2 28 Rose 7-16 0-0 11-12 9 4 4 25 Taggart 3-7 1-2 0-0 7 1 3 7 Kemp 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Niles 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Mack 0-2 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 TEAM 1 Totals 27-64 4-12 20-23 43 10 14 78

Memphis FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Dozier 4-11 1-2 2-3 10 3 2 11 Dorsey 3-3 0-0 0-0 2 1 5 6 Anderson 3-9 2-7 1-3 5 1 3 9 D.-Roberts 7-16 2-5 6-9 1 1 4 22 Rose 7-17 1-6 3-4 6 8 1 18 Taggart 1-5 0-1 0-0 3 0 2 2 Kemp 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Niles 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Mack 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 TEAM 1 Totals 25-62 6-22 12-19 28 14 17 68

UCLA 35 28 — 63 Memphis 38 40 — 78 Attendance: 43,718 Officials: Hess, Shaw, Collins

Kansas 33 30 12 — 75 Memphis 28 35 5 — 68 Attendance: 43,257 Officials: Hightower, Corbett, Cahill

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March 30, 2008 - Houston, Texas South Region - Regional Final

Memphis FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Dozier 1-6 0-0 0-0 7 0 5 2 Dorsey 5-7 0-0 1-1 12 0 0 11 Anderson 3-5 2-3 1-2 2 4 1 9 D.-Roberts 5-12 1-3 14-17 3 3 0 25 Rose 7-10 0-1 7-8 6 9 3 21 Taggart 5-7 0-0 2-2 3 0 1 12 Kemp 0-2 0-2 2-2 0 0 1 2 Niles 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 Allen 0-1 0-0 3-4 1 2 0 3 Mack 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 0 1 0 TEAM 5 Totals 26-52 3-11 30-36 39 18 13 85 Texas 28 39 — 67 Memphis 39 46 — 85 Attendance: 32,798 Officials: Kitts, Driscoll, Donato

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March 19, 2009 - Kansas City, Mo. West Region - First Round

CSU Northridge FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Galick 4-7 0-0 4-4 6 0 2 12 Daniels 5-7 1-2 3-5 4 1 3 14 Townsend 6-8 0-1 2-4 9 0 4 14 Hill 4-13 3-6 2-2 2 6 2 13 Haynes 0-5 0-3 0-0 3 1 2 0 Cordell 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 0 2 2 Osunsanmi 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Mels 4-12 3-6 4-5 1 2 2 15 Wallace 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Smith 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Taylor 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 Crawford 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Lizarraga 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 TEAM 5 Totals 24-54 7-18 15-20 32 10 18 70

Memphis FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Black 2-5 0-0 1-1 0 1 4 5 Barton, A. 6-11 3-4 2-3 4 1 1 17 Crawford 2-6 2-5 0-0 2 6 4 6 Carmouche 1-2 0-0 4-4 3 0 4 6 Barton, W. 6-14 0-4 0-0 4 4 3 12 Coleman 4-7 0-0 1-4 11 0 0 9 Jackson 2-3 0-0 6-8 2 2 4 10 Witherspoon 3-5 1-2 3-4 3 2 4 10 Stephens 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 TEAM 4 Totals 26-53 6-15 17-24 33 16 24 75 Arizona FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Williams 6-11 1-1 9-9 10 0 3 22 Perry 0-4 0-1 0-0 4 1 1 0 Hill 3-5 0-1 1-2 5 1 0 7 Jones 5-10 1-2 7-8 2 0 2 18 Fogg 1-5 0-4 2-2 0 2 4 4 Natyazhko 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 Parrom 3-4 1-2 2-3 2 1 5 9 Mayes 2-2 1-1 3-3 1 1 4 8 Lavender 0-3 0-3 0-0 0 1 0 0 Horne 3-6 1-4 2-4 4 3 2 9 TEAM 1 Totals 23-50 5-19 26-31 29 11 21 77

Memphis FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Taggart 3-4 0-0 2-2 6 1 3 8 Dozier 2-7 0-1 2-4 8 1 3 6 Anderson 6-11 0-2 1-2 4 9 2 13 Evans 6-11 1-4 2-4 3 5 3 15 Mack 0-7 0-5 1-3 1 0 1 1 Kemp 0-1 0-1 1-2 0 1 1 1 Sallie 12-17 10-15 1-1 4 1 1 35 H--Niles 0-1 0-0 2-2 5 1 1 2 Witherspoon 0-0 0-0 0-1 3 0 1 0 TEAM 1 Totals 29-59 11-28 12-21 35 19 16 81

Memphis 38 37 — 75 Arizona 41 36 — 77 Attendance: 12,631 Officials: Burr, Janssen, Oglesby

CSUN 31 39 — 70 Memphis 34 47 — 81 Attendance: 17,319 Officials: Corbett, Daily, Prager

Memphis 89 - Maryland 70 March 21, 2009 - Kansas City, Mo. West Region - Second Round

Maryland FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Milbourne 4-9 0-0 0-0 2 1 2 8 Neal 3-8 1-4 2-2 4 0 2 9 Mosley 1-3 0-0 5-9 3 0 1 7 Vasquez 8-16 2-4 0-0 3 5 3 18 Bowie 4-10 0-0 3-5 3 1 3 11 Dupree 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 Hayes 4-7 2-4 0-0 1 1 3 10 Soo Kim 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 Tucker 2-5 0-2 1-3 3 1 0 5 Gregory 1-3 0-0 0-0 3 0 2 2 TEAM 4 Totals 27-62 5-14 11-19 27 9 17 70

Maryland 33 37 — 70 Memphis 53 36 — 89 Attendance: 18,247 Officials: Corbett, Higgins, Self

Saint Louis 61 - Memphis 54 Roburt Sallie scored a Memphis NCAA Tournament record 35 points in the Tigers’ first round win over Cal State Northridge. The sophomore guard hit a school-record 10 three-pointer in the victory.

Missouri 102 - Memphis 91 March 26, 2009 - Glendale, Ariz. West Region - Region Semifinal

Missouri FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Carroll 6-11 0-1 5-8 6 6 4 17 Lyons 2-9 0-0 11-18 12 2 5 15 Tiller 10-16 1-2 2-4 4 3 2 23 Taylor 5-7 0-1 4-5 4 1 2 14 Lawrence 4-7 3-6 2-4 3 1 1 13 Paul 0-2 0-1 0-0 1 1 1 0 Denmon 2-3 1-2 0-0 1 0 1 5 Ramsey 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 3 0 Bowers 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 3 2 Safford 3-3 1-1 0-0 0 0 1 7 English 0-3 0-2 6-6 1 2 1 6 TEAM 5 Totals 33-62 6-16 30-45 37 17 24 102 Memphis FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Taggart 4-8 0-1 1-2 8 0 5 9 Dozier 8-11 0-0 3-6 16 2 4 19 Anderson 8-13 0-1 2-7 5 5 5 18 Evans 12-25 0-3 9-9 5 4 1 33 Mack 0-7 0-5 0-4 3 2 1 0 Kemp 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Sallie 3-5 3-5 3-4 0 3 5 12 Witherspoon 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 4 0 TEAM 2 Totals 35-69 3-15 18-32 40 16 26 91

March 16, 2012 - Columbus, Ohio West Region - Second Round

Saint Louis FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Conklin 3-9 0-0 10-11 2 0 3 16 Evans 3-8 0-0 0-2 11 0 1 6 Loe 2-3 1-2 0-0 1 0 4 5 Mitchell 9-14 4-7 0-0 4 1 1 22 McCall Jr. 1-2 0-0 0-0 4 4 0 2 Jett 1-3 0-1 4-4 6 2 0 6 Cassity 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Ellis 1-6 0-3 0-0 3 0 2 2 Remekun 1-1 0-0 0-1 0 0 1 2 TEAM 3 Totals 21-46 5-13 14-18 34 7 12 61 Memphis FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Hall 2-5 0-0 3-5 6 0 1 7 Black 2-2 0-0 0-2 4 0 5 4 Jackson 3-10 0-1 2-4 4 4 3 8 Crawford 1-8 0-5 1-2 5 0 1 3 Barton, W. 6-14 2-4 2-2 4 0 3 16 Barton, A. 0-3 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 Witherspoon 3-7 0-3 2-2 2 0 1 8 Stephens 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 2 Thomas 3-4 0-1 0-0 1 0 2 6 TEAM 3 Totals 21-54 2-15 10-17 29 4 17 54 Saint Louis 23 38 — 61 Memphis 23 31 — 54 Attendance: 17,464 Officials: Eades, Valentine, Evans

Missouri 49 53 — 102 Memphis 36 55 — 91 Attendance: 20,101 Officials: Self, Valentine, O’Connell

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Memphis FG-A 3P-A FT-A RB A F TP Taggart 5-8 0-0 4-6 11 0 2 14 Dozier 7-10 0-1 3-3 8 1 2 17 Anderson 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 11 1 2 Evans 7-13 1-5 4-5 4 5 2 19 Mack 6-11 5-7 0-0 1 1 2 17 Kemp 1-1 1-1 3-4 1 1 0 6 Sallie 4-6 3-4 2-2 3 2 3 13 H.-Niles 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 2 0 McGrady 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Witherspoon 0-2 0-1 1-2 2 0 3 1 Laird 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 TEAM 2 Totals 31-53 10-19 17-22 35 21 17 89

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1920-29

u In the 1920s, West Tennessee State Normal School played its games in the Normal Cage, the YMCA and the Messick High School gym. The Normal Cage was a room in the Administration Building with the floor marked with the dimensions of a basketball court. The court allowed barely six inches from the court sidelines to the room's walls. u Memphis Normal’s first head coach was Frederick Grantham, who also started for the Tigers at forward. Grantham led U of M to a 22-8 record in his only season as player/coach. At this time, the Tigers were members of the Scholastic League and finished second in 1920-21. u The second-winningest coach in Memphis history is Zach Curlin, who began his coaching career in 1924. Curlin was Mr. Everything, coaching basketball, baseball and football for 23 years at Memphis, while also serving as director of athletics and physical education. The Tigers lost to Memphis YMCA on Feb. 27, 1925, for the city championship. u In the Jan. 25, 1925, Commercial Appeal, it was stated that “popular prices” for Tiger games would be 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for students and children. u In 1928, the Tigers played their first season in the Mississippi Valley Conference and wound up playing in the title game against UT Martin Junior College. UT Martin won the game 38-37. u The West Tennessee State Normal Tigers began the 1929 season playing in Memorial Gym, the school’s new $100,000 on campus facility. The first game in the new gym was against Cumberland College on Jan. 14, 1929, and the Tigers won 40-27. Normal’s best player, Slick Headden, was suspended for an infraction of training rules and did not play in the contest. That year, the Tigers finished second in the Mississippi Valley Conference and placed three players on the All-Conference team.

Jackson, Tenn., the Tigers were scheduled to play Sunflower Junior College, but Sunflower withdrew from the tourney. Officials of the tournament prepared to rearrange the bracket to give the Tigers another opening round opponent. Curlin threatened to withdraw from the tournament because he thought the Tigers were entitled to a bye. Curlin, however, decided to play UT Martin and won 44-25. u The Tigers upset Jacksonville (Ala.) on January 22, 1937, at Memorial Gym. The win was big because all of Jacksonville’s players were over six-feet tall, including its center who stood 6-5. The Tigers’ tallest player was 6-2. u On March 10, 1937, the Commercial Appeal wrote that Curlin, who had coached football for 15 years, would coach only basketball and serve as athletic director. u The 1937-38 team had the dubious distinction of losing all 14 games it played. It stands as the only winless season in Tiger basketball history.

1940-49

u Some of the top players in the 1940s were Leslie Steele, Sam Hindsman, Howard Street, E.L. Hutton, Wayne Franklin, Randall Smith, Coy Creason, Phil Hodson, Bennie Reed, Jack Graninger and Van Mathis. u In 1941, West Tennessee State Teachers College became Memphis State College. The Tigers went on to win nine of 17 games that year under their new name and claimed the city championship by defeating Southwestern twice. u The 1940-41 season saw the Tigers fall to the World Champion New York Celtics, 48-43, in Memorial Gym. The Celtics agreed prior to the game that they would not take any free throws, instead, getting the ball out of bounds. For three full quarters, forward Davey Banks and crew

gave a dazzling exhibition and scored almost at will. Midway through the fourth quarter and leading by eight points, the Celtics famed comical circus went into action. At one point, Banks played for the Tigers and even the referee, Marion Hale, scored a bucket for the home team. u The Tigers lost to Goldcrest 54-43 in front of 1,500 spectators at the Gaston Community Center. The game was part of a jubilee to raise money for the Dr. James Naismith Memorial. u In a 72-41 win over Southwestern for the city championship in the 1941-42 season, star forward Leslie Steele scored a then record 42 points in front of a crowd of 600. It was the first time in Tiger history a player had scored over 40 points in a single game. u There was no team in 1943-44 due to World War II, and the 1944-45 squad had to be made up of freshmen under the age of 18. Birthdays rolled around and two of the starters received presidential draft greetings. u The 1947-48 season was the last season that Zach Curlin served as head coach. u McCoy Tarry, known as the “little red head,” became the fifth head coach in U of M history in 1948. Tarry came to Memphis from Brewers High School in Brewers, Ky. One part of Tarry’s strategy was the use of five guards at the same time once the Tigers had a slight lead. The fivesome would then use their speed and quickness to freeze the basketball. u Due to large crowds in the 1949-50 season, two games had to be moved to Messick High Gym and the Shelby County Building.

1950-59

u The 1950s was a time when University of Memphis basketball grew into a household name thanks in part to head coach Eugene Lambert.

1930-39

u Some of the outstanding players in the 1930s were Sam Hindsman, Milton Mayo, Bert Barnes, Doc Howell, Clyde Moore, Mooney Boswell, Red Humphreys, Jack Dodds, James Stroup, Elmer Vaughn, Otho Lynch, James (J.T.) Crawford and Alton Gardner. u In the 1932 Mississippi Valley Tournament in

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2012-13 Memphis Basketball all-time scoring list, helped lead the Tigers to 62 wins in his four-year career. One highlight of his sterling career, was a school-record (at the time) 46-point game against Hardin-Simmons in the old Fieldhouse. u Memphis upsets nationally-ranked Mississippi State 94-68, as legendary coach Adolph Rupp scouts the Bulldogs. Rupp’s Kentucky squad was ranked No. 1 at the time. A reporter asked Rupp about the Tigers and Rupp responded by saying “no comment.” u Season tickets for the 1955-56 campaign were $10 for 10 games. u Bob Vanatta came to Memphis after serving as athletic director at Bradley. During his six seasons at The U of M, Vanatta had a record of 109-34 and led the Tigers to three NITs and one NCAA appearance.

Square Garden, and the Utah contest in the opening round was Memphis’ first nationallytelevised game. u Over 200 Memphis students piled into five chartered buses for the 17-hour ride to New York to watch their Tigers in the NIT. Another 300 fans were expected to make the trip in private cars. The bus arrived at the arena during halftime of Memphis’ thrilling overtime win over St. Bonaventure. Bob Swander sank a last second shot as Memphis won 80-78, giving the Tigers the right to play Bradley for the title. Against Bradley, Win Wilfong scored 31 points and was named MVP of the tournament. The Tigers lost the game, however, 84-83. On Mar. 24, the Tigers returned home as 2,000 fans, including Elvis Presley, greeted the team at Municipal Airport.

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Bob Hope greeted the Tigers at Paramount Studios during Memphis’ trip to the Pacific in 1951.

u The 1956-57 season turned out to be a special year for the Tigers. Not only was there a name change, but first-year coach Bob Vanatta took a cinderella team to the finals of the NIT in New York City. From that point, the name Memphis took on a different meaning. It was one of the most important years in Tiger basketball history. u Memphis was ranked No. 12 in the nation on Jan. 5, 1956. u On Jan. 11, 1956, the biggest crowd (4,000) in Memphis history saw the Tigers defeat Western Kentucky 80-64 at the Fieldhouse. More than 1,000 fans were turned away at the door. u Some say the true arrival of Memphis basketball came on Feb. 2, 1957, when the Tigers upset No. 3 ranked Louisville at the Ellis Auditorium 81-78. The Tigers were ranked 16th following the win over the Cards. Three nights later at the Fieldhouse, Memphis upset No. 20 Western Kentucky 86-84. u The 1957 NIT marked a number of firsts for the Tigers. It was the school’s first appearance in the NIT, first official game at the famed Madison

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u On July 1, 1957, Memphis State College became Memphis State University. u Memphis wins the prestigious 1957 Sugar Bowl Tournament on Dec. 30 with a 47-46 upset win over sixth-ranked Maryland in three overtimes. The Tigers upended Loyola-New Orleans the night before, 65-63. u One of the finest players in Tiger history was Win Wilfong, who played from 1955-57. Wilfong scored 1,203 points in just two seasons to put him 22nd on Memphis’ all-time scoring chart. Wilfong was a first team ConverseAll-American in 1957. u Other great players during the decade that helped put the Tigers on the basketball map were John Wallisa, Jack Butcher, Phil Hodson, Joe Nip McKnight, Dick Kinder (who scored 44 points against Marshall in 1953), Ken Caldwell, Bill McClain, Hoover Scott, Bob Swander, Elmore Fortner, Spud Hays, Jim Hockaday, Jack Graninger, Neal Doyle, Millard Davis, George Price, Skip Wolfe, Joe Gummersbach, Joe Smith and Orby Arnold.

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Lambert, who was assisted by “Stormin’” Norman Sloan, led the Tigers to their first-ever NCAA appearance in 1955, where they fell to Penn State in the first round. Lambert took the Tigers to a second-straight NCAA appearance in 1956. That year, the Tigers lost to Oklahoma City in the first round, as Memphis was forced to play without four starters (Forest Arnold, Win Wilfong, Ken Caldwell and Orby Arnold) because of NCAA rules on freshmen and fouryear men. During Lambert’s five years at the helm, the Tigers had four winning seasons and two 20-win campaigns. u On Dec. 3, 1950, in a win over NATTC, substitute guard Roy Darnell received the honor of scoring the 100th point of the game for the Tigers with two minutes left. It marked the first time in school history a Tiger team had reached the century mark. u On Dec. 6, 1951, the Tigers open up their home season at the new $700,000 Fieldhouse gymnasium against Mississippi State in front of 3,500 spectators. The Bulldogs spoiled Memphis’ opener 60-58. The gym was officially dedicated on Feb. 11, 1952, as Governor Gordon Browning delivered a speech prior to the game with Ole Miss. u On Dec. 15, 1951, the Tigers started their longest road trip in school history by playing at Idaho. The trip lasted a solid month, and Memphis played 13 games in six different states — Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Hawaii, Alabama and Mississippi. During the 13-game span, Memphis went 7-6. The Tigers spent Christmas in Spokane, Wash., before hopping a plane to Hawaii on Dec. 30. The trip also included the program’s first-ever plane ride. u Memphis won the 1952 Tennessee NAIB basketball crown with a 45-38 win over Tennessee Tech at Cookeville. The Tigers earned the right to play in the National Tournament in Kansas City, Mo., where they defeated Baltimore 60-39, before being ousted by Portland 72-48 in the second round. u Following the 1952 season, John Wallisa became the first-ever Memphis player to be drafted by the NBA. Wallesea went to the Minneapolis Lakers. u Memphis took on the No. 1 ranked Pirates of Seton Hall in South Orange, N.J., on Jan. 22, 1953. The Tigers fell to the mighty Pirates, 103-85. The 85 points scored by Memphis were the most tallied by an opponent against Seton Hall up to that point. While on their trip east, the Tigers played an exhibition game against the Knickerbockers, a professional team, at Madison Square Garden. u Memphis defeated No. 4 Marshall College 104-85 at the Fieldhouse. u In 1954, Lambert had the privilege to coach the first-ever Memphis All-American in Forrest Arnold. Arnold, who ranks fourth on Memphis’


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1960-69

u Bob Vanatta accepted the head coaching position at the University of Missouri in 1962 and long time assistant, Dean Ehlers, became the Tigers’ eighth head coach. In his first year, the Tigers went 19-7 and received a bid to the NIT at Madison Square Garden. The Tigers were led that season by Larry Garber, Jamie McMahan, Hunter Beckman, John Hillman, Bob Neuman and King George Kirk. u In 1961, Wayne Yates was voted by the Philadelphia Sportswriters as the best player to play in the Philadelphia area all season. Yates scored 25 points and ripped down 23 rebounds in a 78-74 win at Villanova. u On Feb. 19, 1963, the Tigers played Dayton in front of a packed Fieldhouse. In fact, the fire marshalls stopped the game for several minutes to clear the aisles. At the time, Big Jack Eaton, the “Voice of the Tigers,” was at a loss for words and did not have any interviews to fill the interrupted broadcast. So what did Big Jack do? He resorted to singing. Eaton was the “Voice of the Tigers” from 1959 to 1987. By the way, the Tigers won the game 61-59 when Jamie McMahan tipped in a missed shot. u The final season at the Fieldhouse was highlighted by Memphis’ startling 83-65 win over No. 2 ranked Loyola-Chicago before a standing room crowd of 4,000 on Jan. 20, 1964. The final official game ever played in the Fieldhouse was on Feb. 26, 1964, when Memphis fell to Xavier 99-86. Prior to the 1964-65 season, however, the Tigers said good-bye to the Fieldhouse for good when they played the annual Blue-Gray game before a packed house. u During the early 1960s, it was decided that Memphis needed a new facility to showcase its basketball program. In December of 1964, the 11,200-seat Mid-South Coliseum opened. The Tigers hosted Texas A&M in the first collegiate game ever played in the building and U of M defeated the Aggies 82-73 before 8,763 fans. u Memphis began the 1965-66 season south of the border with exhibition games in Mexico City against Mexico Poly, National Physical Education School, LaSalle and the University of Americas. u In 1965, the Rebounders Club was officially formed to help promote Tiger basketball on a fulltime basis. The organization, which is in its 40th year, has over 500 members. u In 1966, Moe Iba became the Tigers’ ninth head coach. In Iba’s first year, the Tigers earned a trip to the 1967 NIT. That was the last tournament to be played in the old Madison Square Garden. Also on May 19, 1966, the Tigers became a member of the Missouri Valley Conference, making them the 24th school to enter the Missouri Valley family. The conference would later be referred to as “The Valley of Death” because

no win came easy in the Valley. u Iba was noted for his disciplinarian and hardworking style which was not the only factors that brought the multitude of basketball enthusiasts to the games. Iba’s vivid personality accounted for the sale of many tickets. As one supporter put it in 1966: “I’d pay two bucks just to see Iba.”

1970-79

u The 1970s saw the arrival of Memphis basketball to the national scene. The decade brought with it new coach Gene Bartow, and immediately he parlayed experienced players like James Douglas, Don Holcomb and Fred Horton with two young budding stars in Larry Finch and Ronnie Robinson. Bartow, who coached the previous six seasons at Valparaiso, promised a wide-open style of basketball along with a zone press defense and some man-to-man. u In his first game as a Tiger in 1970, Finch scored 24 points and let Tiger fans know instantly they had a special player when he swished a 25-foot jump shot just five seconds into the game. u Following Memphis’ stirring 78-75 upset of Louisville on Jan. 9, 1971, the Tigers jumped into the Top 20 for the first time in a decade. On Jan. 15, the Tigers, with an 11-2 record, found themselves ranked 19th in the AP poll. u The 1971-72 season marked the first for public address announcer Fred Cook. Cook worked his first game against Missouri-Rolla that year and would go on to enjoy a long relationship with the Tigers. u In what some called at the time “the greatest game ever played in the Mid-South Coliseum,” Memphis fell to No. 2 ranked Marquette 74-73 on Dec. 7, 1971. The Tigers enjoyed a five-point lead in the final minute of play, but a lane violation, missed free throw and a desperation basket

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on the game’s final play gave Al McGuire's team the victory. u On Feb. 2, 1972, 17,000 fans were waiting when the Tigers took the court in Louisville’s Freedom Hall. It was a place where Memphis had never won in nine previous tries. Thanks to the scoring of Finch and the rebounding of Robinson, the Tigers defeated Louisville 77-69 to grab a share of the lead in the Missouri Valley Conference. Due to identical 12-2 conference marks, Memphis and Louisville played a playoff game on Mar. 11, 1972, in Nashville to determine which Missouri Valley team would represent the league in the NCAA Midwest Regional. Memphis lost to the Cardinals 83-72, and had to settle for its fifth NIT appearance. u Perhaps the most remembered season in Tiger basketball history and the one that put Memphis State on the map permanently, was the 1972-73 campaign led by Finch, Robinson, Bill Laurie and newcomers Larry Kenon, Billy Buford, West Westfall and Bill Cook. The Tigers reeled off 14-straight wins during one stretch, captured the Missouri Valley title and received the school’s first bid to the NCAA tournament since 1962. Playing in the regional finals in Houston, Texas, the Tigers knocked off South Carolina and Kansas State to advance to the Final Four for the first time in school history. The Tigers defeated Providence in the semifinals and earned a spot in the title game against the powerful UCLA Bruins, led by Bill Walton. The Tigers battled the mighty Bruins to a 39-39 halftime tie, but Walton was too much in the second half as UCLA defeated the Tigers 87-66. Walton hit an NCAA Tournament record 21 of 22 shots and scored 44 points to pace the Bruins. Finch and Kenon were the only Tigers to score in double figures. Finch netted 29 and Kenon tallied 20. Also that season, head coach Gene Bartow was named NABC National Coach of the Year. u Larry Finch, Memphis’head coach from 1986 to

Memphis plays one final game in the Fieldhouse, the Blue-Gray intersquad game, prior to moving into the Mid-South Colisuem for the 1964-65 season.

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Memphis takes on UCLA in the championship game of the 1973 NCAA Tournament.

into a new major basketball conference, which will begin operation immediately. The official name of the new conference is the Metropolitan Collegiate Athletic Conference, and can be referred to as the MCAC or the Metro 6.” The Tigers joined with Cincinnati, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Saint Louis and Tulane. u A tragic event hit the Tiger basketball program in the winter of 1976 when, after only three games, star player John Gunn was taken ill with a rare disease, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, and was admitted to the hospital on Dec. 11. Only 90 minutes before the tipoff of the Memphis-Ole Miss game on Dec. 21, at about 6:35 p.m., Gunn died from complications of the disease which attacks the body’s mucous membrane. “John Gunn was a great, strong competitor, full of life and energy,” athletic director Billy J. Murphy said. “It is very difficult to even imagine that he

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u In the 1980s, Memphis had such stars as Keith Lee, Elliot Perry, Andre Turner, Bobby Parks, Phillip “Doom” Haynes, Derrick Phillips, Baskerville Holmes, William Bedford, Willie Becton, VincentAskew, Dwight Boyd, Sylvester Gray and Marvin Alexander. The Tigers made eight postseason tournaments (7 NCAAs, one NIT) and registered a record of 230-87 (.726) during the decade. u The 1980s saw the great one-on-one battles of Keith Lee vs Hakeem Olajuwon, Keith Lee vs Patrick Ewing and Keith Lee vs Wayman Tisdale, not to mention the classic MemphisLouisville confrontations. u In 1981, Memphis signed a 6-11 basketball phenom from West Memphis, Ark., who would rewrite the Tiger basketball record book. Keith Lee, who had led West Memphis High School to two undefeated seasons, made an immediate impact on Memphis basketball. During his four-

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1997, rewrote the Memphis record book in 1973 claiming nine of 13 individual records. During his career, the 6-2 guard earned All-Missouri Valley Conference Team honors three times, MVC Player of the Year award in 1972 and All-American accolades (seven teams). Finch’s sportsmanship on the court and his community involvement off combined to make him one of the best-loved players ever to wear the Blue and Gray. Finch’s number 21 is one of eight retired jerseys hanging in the rafters of FedExForum. u In 1973, the Memphis established the M Club Athletic Hall of Fame. Each year an annual induction ceremony is held during the fall and eight new members are installed. Since its inception, 39 former Tiger basketball players have been inducted into the M Club Hall of Fame. A complete list of basketball hall of famers is included in this section of the Memphis media guide. u In 1974, Gene Bartow left Memphis and former Tiger All-American Wayne Yates was hired to guide the basketball team. Yates had served as an assistant coach under Bartow. In his five years at the helm, Yates led the Tigers to three-straight 20-win seasons, one NCAA and two NITs. During his tenure, the Tiger roster read like a Who's Who of college basketball with the likes of Bill Cook, Dexter Reed, John Gunn, Marion Hillard, Clarence Jones, John Washington,Alvin Wright, James Bradley, Dennis Isbell, Hank McDowell and Otis Jackson all contributing to the Tigers’ success. u On June 13, 1975, Memphis announced that it was joining with five other major universities in the formation of a new athletic conference. The following is a statement that was released by athletic director Billy J. Murphy: “We are very pleased to announce that our president, Dr. Billy M. Jones, has approved Memphis’entrance

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is gone. Our community and our University will miss him greatly. He fought with all his might to overcome this disease because that’s the type person he was. Now it is up to all of us to carry on. That’s the way John would have wanted it.” The remainder of the 1976-77 season was dedicated to Gunn, and the players wore black bands on their uniforms as a sign of mourning. u In 1979, Wayne Yates left Memphis and Dana Kirk was hired to direct the Tiger basketball program. Kirk had led Virginia Commonwealth to a 24-5 record during the 1978-79 season, and prior to three seasons at VCU, was an assistant coach for five years at Louisville. He hired two young assistants in Larry Finch, former Tiger head coach, and Lee Fowler, current athletic director at North Carolina State, to help structure the program.

Gene Bartow’s 1972 Memphis team was the first Tiger club in five years to advance to postseason play, accepting a bid to the National Invitation Tournament (NIT).

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Louisville on national television, New Orleans came to town and led the Tigers by eight points with under two minutes to play. Yes, you guessed it. Memphis reached into its bag of tricks and pulled out another miracle win on a last second shot by Wilfong. Memphis also went on to post come-from-behind victories over Southern Miss and South Carolina. u One of Finch’s first recruits as a head coach was the exciting Elliot Perry, who played for the Tigers from 1987-91. Perry, who had his jersey number 34 retired in 1992, is the second leading scorer in U of M history. u One of the unbelievable highlights of the 1988-89 season was a 24-0 start for the Tigers against eighth-ranked Louisville in Freedom Hall. Memphis, however, had to hang on to win 72-67. That same year, the Tigers made the NCAA field as a No. 5 seed, and Finch was named Metro Coach of the Year.

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Andre Turner tracks down a loose ball during the Tigers’ 1985 NCAA Final Four game against eventual national champion Villanova.

year career, the Tigers went 104-24, made the NCAA Tournament four times, including one Final Four appearance in 1985, and claimed three Metro Tournament titles. u On Jan. 10, 1982, Memphis was voted the No. 1 ranked team in the country by both the Associated Press and UPI polls for the first time in school history. The ranking was short lived, however. That same night, Virginia Tech upset the Tigers in Blacksburg 69-56. u In the second round of the 1983 NCAA Tournament, Memphis took on Georgetown in a game that will never be forgotten by Tiger fans. It would be a battle of Keith Lee against Patrick Ewing. Lee owned Ewing on this day, scoring 28 points and grabbing 15 rebounds to lead the Tigers to a 66-57 victory. The win set up a regional matchup with No. 1 ranked Houston and Akeem Olajuwon. u The 1984-85 campaign would go down as another magical season for Tiger basketball. The Tigers breezed to a 24-3 regular season record and swept through the Metro Conference Tournament in Louisville before being sent to Houston, Texas, for the first round of the NCAAs. Memphis defeated Pennsylvania, UAB, Boston College and Oklahoma to earn its second trip to the Final Four. The Tigers met Villanova in the semifinals in Lexington, Ky., and fell to the eventual champion 52-45. Memphis ended the year with 31 wins, the second-most ever in school history. u The 1985-86 season got off to another flying start as the Tigers raced to a school record 20-0 start that included wins over nationally-ranked Kansas and Louisville. Memphis, ranked No. 2, traveled to Blacksburg, Va., to take on Virginia Tech, a team it had beaten by 22 points just five days earlier. But the Hokies handed the Tigers

their first loss of the season 76-72. Memphis ended the year with a 28-6 mark and a final ranking of No. 7 by the Associated Press. u After another NCAA appearance in 1986, Memphis basketball moved to a new era the following season, when it announced that former All-American guard Larry Finch would take over the reins as head coach. The announcement came on Sept. 25, 1986. u In his first season, Finch inherited a team on probation and three key players lost to graduation and the NBA. No one expected him to win, so what did he do? Finch guided the Tigers to a 26-8 season, a Metro Tournament championship and was named Basketball Times Rookie Coach of the Year. With the Tigers on probation, Metro officials took a vote whether they should allow the Tigers to compete in the tournament. The vote was unanimous much to the chagrin of Louisville coach Denny Crum. “I don’t think anybody should be in the Metro Tourney if they are on probation,” said Crum. Memphis beat Cincinnati and South Carolina before beating Crum’s Cardinals 75-52 for the third time that year. u Finch’s first season was also dubbed the “Season for Miracles” after Memphis’ numerous comeback victories. In the season opener against Cleveland State, the Tigers trailed with 10 minutes to play before mounting a 70-66 come-from-behind victory. In one of the most incredible wins in Tiger history, Memphis trailed Oral Roberts on the road by seven points with 15 seconds left in the game. The Tigers ended up winning when John Wilfong hit a last second three-pointer. Dubbed the “Cardiac Kids,” the Tigers forced Memphis officials to post signs warning people with heart conditions to not watch the Tigers play. After embarrassing

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u The decade of the 1990s got off to a sweet start when the No. 1 high school player in the nation, Anfernee Hardaway, inked with the Tigers. The 6-7 swingman from Memphis’ Treadwell High School, was the Parade Magazine National Player of the Year in 1990 after averaging 36.3 points, 10.1 rebounds, 6.2 assists and 3.3 steals a game. u Hardaway, however, had to sit and watch during the 1990-91 season because he was unable to play due to academic problems. Patiently waiting, Hardaway was struck with tragedy in April of 1991 when he was shot in the foot while being robbed. Hardaway missed summer workouts, but was ready when practice opened on Oct. 15 with the bullet still lodged in his foot. On Oct. 26, the bullet was removed after it had shifted to a spot that was advantageous for removal. Hardaway was back to 100 percent, but still a little rusty after all the missed time. u The 1990-91 season marked Memphis’ last in the Metro Conference as the Tigers prepared to move to the Great Midwest. The Tigers enjoyed 16 successful seasons in the Metro, recording an overall 134-85 mark in conference games. Memphis also collected three regular season crowns and four tournament titles. The year also meant the end of the highly-competitive series with Louisville. u Later that season, the Tigers closed out 27 years at the Mid-South Coliseum on a sour note by falling to Arkansas State 58-57 in the NIT second round. Memphis compiled a 343-90 (.792) record at the “Roundhouse,” including three unbeaten seasons (1981-82, 1984-85, 1985-86). The Memphis athletic department recognized and invited back all the players, coaches and administrators that were associated with the program during the Mid-South years, to the

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Mid-South Coliseum Attendance

Season GM ATTEND AVG RECORD 1964-65 13 93,247 7,173 7-6 1965-66 13 80,946 6,227 9-4 1966-67 15 115,714 7,714 12-3 1967-68 13 102,589 7,891 5-8 1968-69 14 85,569 6,112 4-10 1969-70 14 70,355 5,205 4-10 1970-71 15 139,171 9,278 14-1 1971-72 15 152,529 10,718 14-1 1972-73 15 170,723 11,381 14-1 1973-74 15 152,177 10,145 13-2 1974-75 18 200,498 11,138 16-2 1975-76 17 175,547 10,326 15-2 1976-77 19 191,744 10,091 17-2 1977-78 15 139,611 9,307 12-3

lot to this program, and I’ll be forever grateful to the little guy,” former U of M coach Larry Finch said. “Everyone in America wanted him, but he stayed here. He’s a role model-type individual. Everybody that knew him loved him.” Perry graduated in May of 1992 with a degree in marketing. u On June 11, 1992, Hardaway was named one of eight collegiate standouts selected to train with the 1992 Dream Team. The collegians were brought together to scrimmage the NBA stars from June 22-26 in San Diego to better prepare them for the Olympics in Barcelona. Others named to the squad were: Grant Hill (Duke), Allan Houston (Tennessee), Bobby Hurley (Duke), Jamal Mashburn (Kentucky), Eric Montross (UNC), Rodney Rogers (Wake Forest) and Chris Webber (Michigan). u Larry Finch reached a milestone on Dec. 21, 1992 against Chaminade in Maui by competing in his 500th game as a player, assistant coach and head coach combined at Memphis. u Against Georgia State on Jan. 4, 1993, Hardaway registered the school’s first-ever triple-double with 21 points, 15 rebounds and a career-high 14 assists. Two nights later in a win over 18th-

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Season GM ATTEND AVG RECORD 1978-79 18 146,929 8,162 12-6 1979-80 17 162,892 9,581 11-6 1980-81 14 133,384 9,527 9-5 1981-82 18 169,855 9,436 18-0 1982-83 16 171,357 10,709 14-2 1983-84 22 229,705 10,441 20-2 1984-85 15 160,684 10,712 15-0 1985-86 16 179,200 11,200 16-0 1986-87 18 181,513 10,084 15-3 1987-88 19 206,086 10,885 16-3 1988-89 15 159,121 10,608 14-1 1989-90 17 183,136 10,773 15-2 1990-91 17 185,900 10,935 12-5 Totals 433 4,140,902 9,563 343-90

ranked Vanderbilt, Hardaway made it back-toback triples with 26 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists. u On Feb. 6, Memphis upset fourth-ranked Cincinnati 68-66 to record the school’s 1,000th all-time basketball victory. The win gave the Tigers a 72-year combined record of 1,000 wins and 644 losses (.608). The NCAA, however, did not recognize Memphis as winning its 1,000th game until it recorded three more victories. The reason for this discrepancy was because the NCAA did not acknowledge Memphis’ participation in the 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 and 1986 NCAA Tournaments where the Tigers compiled a combined 9-5 record because of violations. Therefore, the NCAA showed the Tigers entering the 1993-94 season with an all-time mark of 997-632. The Tigers, however, recognize the games as being played and went on to celebrate their milestone victory. u Anfernee Hardaway became the highest drafted Memphis player at the time when Golden State picked him as the third player in the first round of the NBA Draft on June 30, 1993. Hardaway, however, was a Warrior for just 20 minutes as Golden State traded him to Orlando for Chris

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final regular season game against Virginia Tech. u In the fall of 1990, Finch’s nephew, David Vaughn, inked with the Tigers. The 6-9 Vaughn, a McDonald's and Parade All-American, was rated one of the top five recruits in the country by some analysts. u On Nov. 16, 1990, an official press conference was held at the Downtown Athletic Club in Chicago announcing the formation of the Great Midwest Conference. Along with Memphis, the other five charter members were UAB, Cincinnati, DePaul, Marquette and Saint Louis. u The Memphis basketball took on a new look in 1991-92. Not only was it the beginning of the Hardaway/Vaughn era, but it also marked the first year in the Great Midwest Conference and the inaugural season in The Pyramid. Everything came together at once on Nov. 29, 1991, in the season opener against 20th-ranked DePaul. The game, televised by ESPN, was the first game for Hardaway and Vaughn, the first contest in The Pyramid and the first game between two Great Midwest foes. The Tigers, however, fell in overtime to the Blue Demons 92-89. u The Tigers struggled early in 1991-92 and carried just an 8-6 record after the first half. But then Hardaway and Vaughn started to click, and Memphis won 10 of its last 13 regular season games, including victories over Vanderbilt, No. 5 ranked Arkansas and No. 21 ranked Tulane. Memphis made it all the way to the championship game of the inaugural GMC Tournament, before losing to 14th-ranked Cincinnati 69-59. Memphis’ season didn’t end there, as it earned a trip to the NCAAs as a No. 6 seed in the Midwest Regional at Milwaukee. u In the opening round of the 1992 Tournament, the Tigers defeated Pepperdine to setup a second round game with sixth-ranked Arkansas. In a game filled with emotion, Memphis prevailed for the second time when David Vaughn hit the game-winner with five seconds left. Memphis advanced to the Sweet Sixteen and traveled to Kansas City, Mo., to meet Georgia Tech. It looked like the Tigers’ season would end when Yellow Jacket center Matt Geiger completed a three-point play with 36 seconds left to give Georgia Tech a 74-70 lead. Memphis, however, kept the faith and its poise as Billy Smith sent the game into overtime with 11 seconds left on a running one-hander. In the extra period, Memphis hit 9-of-10 free throws to propel them to an 83-79 overtime victory. The Tigers were in the Elite Eight, but it was short lived as conference foe Cincinnati ended Memphis’ run to the Final Four with an 88-57 win over the Blue and Gray. It marked the fourth time in 1991-92 that the Tigers had lost to the Bearcats. u Elliot Perry (1987-91) joined an elite club on Feb. 8, 1993, when Memphis retired his jersey in a pregame ceremony. Perry became the sixth Memphis player to be so honored. “He meant a


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Cedric Henderson and Johnny Miller were all rated among the nation’s top 30 prospects. u Memphis made history on Dec. 30, 1993, when it became the first Division I program to televise a men’s and women’s basketball doubleheader live. The Lady Tigers hosted nationally-ranked Tennessee at The Pyramid, which preceded the Tigers’ game with Georgetown. WPTY-TV in Memphis televised both games. u On July 1, 1994, Memphis State University officially became The University of Memphis. u The Tigers left for Australia to play an eightgame basketball tour on July 26, 1994. It marked the first-ever trip overseas for Memphis. The team went 5-3 on the 16-day trip, came closer together as a group and learned a lot about a different part of the world. u On Mar. 2, 1995, the Tigers captured the 1995 Great Midwest Conference regular season title

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Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway was a consensus All-America selection and a two-time Great Midwest Conference MVP during his career at Memphis.

Webber. The Magic also received first round picks in 1996, 1998 and 2000. “He was absolutely spectacular. He impressed everyone in the building and practically everyone within a half-mile,” Magic President Dick DeVos said following Hardaway’s workout the day before the draft. After the draft, Boston Globe writer Bob Ryan said “Shaquille O’Neal and Anfernee Hardaway will be in the ‘90s what Kareem and Magic were in the ‘80s.” u Other Hardaway highlights: Was the only player in Division I in 1991-92 and 1992-93, to rank in the top five in his respective conference in points, rebounds, assists, steals and blocked shots ... A two-time Great Midwest Conference MVP ... National Player of the Year finalist for John Wooden, Dr. James Naismith, Adolph Rupp and U.S. Basketball Writers ... Named to six different first team All-American squads ... Voted GMC Player of the Week a conferencerecord four times his junior year ... His 729 points as a junior were the most ever scored (at the time) in a single-season at Memphis and his 73 three-pointers were also a then new school mark ... Is the only player in Tiger history to score over 700 points, grab more than 200 rebounds, hand out 200-plus assists and collect 70 steals in a single-season ... Scored his 1,000th career point against Tennessee Tech on Jan. 18, 1993, in just his 50th game to become the third fastest to reach that milestone in Tiger history. u In April of 1993, Larry Finch completed his recruiting class in fine fashion by inking one of the nation’s top players in 6-6 Deuce Ford. The 1993 class was ranked as high as No. 2 in the country and was the best under Finch. Ford,

team captain, helped lead the USAto a 7-0 record and a gold medal. Wright was the first player in Tiger history to play in major international competition and win a gold medal. u Memphis began basketball practice for the 1995-96 season with Midnight Madness for the second-straight year. A standing-room crowd of 4,000 packed inside Elma Roane Fieldhouse with hundreds of more fans being turned away at the door. The highlight of the evening was Michael Wilson’s attempt to break the Vertical Height Dunk Record of 11 feet, seven inches. Wilson attempted a dunk of 11 feet, eight inches and fell about one half inch from successfully making the attempt. ESPN covered Wilson’s attempt. u On Dec. 20, 1995, University of Memphis star Lorenzen Wright was named one of 10 finalists for the prestigious AAU Sullivan Award. Wright made the final cut from 36 nominees and was the only men's college basketball player to make the list. The AAU Sullivan Award is considered the “Oscar” among sports awards. u On Feb. 20, 1996, Coach Larry Finch won his 200th career game with the Tigers’ 91-66 victory over Southern Miss. The win also assured Memphis of a first-round bye in the C-USA Tournament. u Lorenzen Wright was taken as the seventh overall pick in the 1996 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Clippers. Wright became just the third Tiger player to be a lottery pick. Wright left Memphis following his sophomore season. u Michael Wilson, who played for the Tigers

Before a standing room only crowd and an ESPN audience at Midnight Madness in 1995, Memphis senior forward Michael Wilson attempts to eclipse the record for the highest dunk.

with a win at Cincinnati. Junior Michael Wilson exploded for 33 points. u For the second time in his career, David Vaughn hit a last second shot, this time against Purdue, to send Memphis to the Sweet Sixteen. The Tigers went on to Kansas City, where they fell to Arkansas in an overtime heartbreaker 96-91. u In April of 1995, Memphis became one of the 11 charter members of Conference USA. Other charter members were Charlotte, Cincinnati, DePaul, Louisville, Marquette, Saint Louis, Southern Miss, Tulane, UAB and USF. u On Aug. 12, 1995, Lorenzen Wright left for Florida to practice with the 1995 World University Games team. Wright and his teammates flew to Japan on Aug. 24 to compete. Wright, a

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Larry Finch is the University of Memphis’ all-time winningest coach, compiling a 220-130 record over the course of 11 seasons from 1986-1997. In the winter of 2000, Finch was honored as the U of M named the Tigers’ practice facility for the former player and coach.

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who coached Finch and the Tigers to the 1973 NCAA championship game. The who’s who of invited guests included Ronnie Robinson, who came to Memphis from Melrose High School with life-long friend and teammate Finch and together led the Tigers to one of the most memorable moments in U of M basketball history. Both players’ jerseys have been retired. u John Calipari was introduced as the Memphis’ 16th head coach on Mar. 11, 2000 during a press conference at The Pyramid. The press conference, held just hours after the conclusion of the 2000 OCG Conference USA Tournament, was broadcast live locally on television and radio. u During an eight-year stint as coach at the University of Massachusetts, John Calipari’s biggest rival in the Atlantic 10 Conference was Temple. And, in a nationally-televised game on ESPN, the Owls spoiled Calipari’s debut in Memphis, defeating the Tigers 67-62 before a sellout crowd at The Pyramid. u Memphis junior Kelly Wise set a ThompsonBoling Arena record with 21 rebounds in the Tigers’ 86-76 loss at Tennessee Dec. 5, 2000. Later in December, he equaled the mark with 21 boards in a loss at Miami, Fla. Wise’s 21 boards were the second-highest game total in Conference USA history. For the year, Wise had 363 rebounds to set a league record. u Calipari’s first season got off to a slow 4-8 start with the Tigers playing six schools which were ranked in the months of November or December. Memphis posted a 7-0 record during the month of January and won eight-straight games at one point. The Tigers, for the first time since becoming a charter member of Conference USA, swept four, two-game series against National Division opponents. u After advancing to the semifinals of the Conference USA Tournament, the Tigers opened play

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u Teammates, players, fellow coaches, family and friends honored the former Tiger player and coach as the University of Memphis dedicated the Larry O. Finch Recreational Facility Feb. 17, 2000. Keynote speakers of the dedication were Memphis mayor Willie Herrenton, Middle Tennessee State athletic director Lee Fowler, who was an assistant coach at Memphis in the 1980s, and UAB athletic director Gene Bartow,

Kelly Wise (1998-2002) averaged a double-double over the last two seasons of his career and was named All-Conference USA both years.

in the TiVo NIT with a 71-62 win at Utah on Mar. 13, 2001. Utah had won 91 percent of its games (150-14) at home over the last 11 years when the Tigers posted the win. Memphis went on to defeat Detroit 86-71 Mar. 29 in New York City’s Madison Square Garden to capture third place at the tournament. u Memphis held its annual awards banquet April 22 in the Cook Convention Center. Dubbed simply “The Banquet,” the evening included Memphis native Isaac Hayes entertaining the 700 guests with two songs. Hayes also presented the team’s MVP award to Kelly Wise. u Junior center Earl Barron’s work in the summer paid off as he was named to the 2001 USA Basketball Men’s World University Games (WUG) Team, which traveled to Beijing, China. Barron averaged 3.3 points and 2.1 rebounds and shot 68.8 percent from the field and made both of his three-point attempts over the course of eight games during the WUGs. Team USA advanced undefeated through pool and quarterfinal play before suffering an 83-82 loss to host China and in the semifinals. Barron had five points, four rebounds and one assist in a tournament-high 15 minutes against a Chinese team which featured future NBA first-round pick Yao Ming. USA rebounded to defeat Germany 80-78 to medal for the 17th-straight time. u Prior to the 2001-02 season, Memphis coach John Calipari teamed with Philadelphia 76ers and NBA Player of the Year Allen Iverson and Reebok to unveil the first of several new I3

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from 1994-96, became a member of the Harlem Globetrotters in August of 1996. Wilson, who started being pursued by the Globetrotters that March, is the first Tiger in school history to join the world travelling and entertaining basketball team. u Following Memphis’ win over Southern Miss on January 30, 1997, Larry Finch announced at a press conference that he would be stepping down as head coach at the conclusion of the 1996-97 season. The announcement, carried live by local television stations, marked the end of an 11-year stint as leader of the Tiger program. u On Mar. 27, 1997, athletic director R.C. Johnson introduced Tic Price as the Tigers’ new head men’s basketball coach to Memphis boosters and fans. Price came to the Tigers via New Orleans, where he was the head coach for three seasons. u On June 25, 1997, former Tiger star Cedric Henderson was selected in the second round as the 45th overall pick in the NBA Draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers. u Rookie Marcus Moody poured in a freshman record 41 points in the Tigers’ 80-78 win at Oklahoma on Dec. 13, 1997. u Memphis clinched the C-USA National Division title with an 89-76 win over Houston in the Tigers’final regular-season home game Feb. 26, 1998. The victory cinched a first-round bye for Memphis at the Conference USA Tournament, but the Tigers were upset by Southern Miss 85-57 in the quarterfinals played in Cincinnati. u In March of 1999, Memphis and WMC-AM 790 finalized a three-year agreement for broadcast rights to Tiger football and basketball games. Memphis’ game-day broadcasts returned to the station which had aired Tiger athletics for 28-consecutive years. u On Nov. 14, 1999, Johnny Jones was named the Tigers’ interim head coach in wake of Tic Price’s sudden resignation that same day. Jones had been the Tigers’associate head coach during Price’s two seasons in Memphis. u Less than a week after Price’s resignation, the Tigers were in Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii, preparing for their Nov. 22 season opener against Georgetown at the Maui Invitational. Freshman center Earl Barron set a Maui Invitational record, blocking eight shots in the Tigers’ win over Chaminade during the tournament.

Dajuan Wagner hoists the MVP trophy after the Tigers captured the 2002 Owens Corning NIT championship in New York’s Madison Square Garden. Memphis defeated South Carolina 72-62 for the title.

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2012-13 Memphis Basketball basketball courts which were built throughout Memphis and Shelby County. The first dedicated courts were located near downtown at Foote Homes and Dixie Homes. u The past, present and future of Memphis basketball was on display October of 2001 as the the Tigers played host to Memphis Madness in the Mid-South Coliseum. Memphis returned to the building which was home for the Tigers from 1964-91 for its annual preseason celebration. Honored during the evening were members of Memphis’ 1957 NIT finalist team, the 1973 NCAA finalist squad, the 1985 NCAA Final Four team and the 1992 NCAA Elite Eight team. u Before the year ever began, the Memphis announced a sellout of all season tickets on Oct. 28, 2001, for the upcoming season. For a second-straight year, the Tigers set a record for total paid attendance and went over 300,000 in season attendance for the first time in school history, drawing 349,737 in 21 games played at The Pyramid. The 16,654 per-game averaged ranked second in school history only to the previous season’s numbers. u Memphis captured its first postseason title in any intercollegiate sport as the Tigers won the 2002 Owens Corning NIT championship. Earl Barron scored a career-high 25 points as the Tigers defeated South Carolina 72-62 in the title game played in New York’s Madison Square Garden. Dajuan Wagner matched a career-high with 32 points two nights earlier and had the game-winning assist, a pass leading to a dunk by Kelly Wise with 18.6 seconds remaining, as the Tigers posted a 78-77 win over Temple in the tournament’s semifinal game. u Dajuan Wagner was named the MVP of the Owens Corning NIT, averaging 21.4 points over five tournament games. Earl Barron was named to the NIT All-Tournament Team. u In his lone season as a Memphis Tiger, Wagner scored 762 points to set a Memphis singleseason scoring record. He was named honorable mention All-America by Associated Press, Conference USA’s Freshman of the Year as well as selected to the league’s all-conference team and was an all-district pick by both the United States Basketball Writers Association and the National Association of Basketball Coaches. He was also selected to The Sporting News All-Freshman Team. Wagner averaged 21.2 points, 3.6 assists, 2.5 rebounds and 1.2 steals during his rookie season. u Kelly Wise wrapped up his collegiate career as Conference USA’s all-time rebound leader (1,075) as well as one of the top 10 scorers in Memphis history (1,487 points). Wise struggled through the second half of his senior season with a knee injury, but with the senior healthy, the Tigers posted a 26-5 record. He was twice named the C-USA Player of the Week during the season and three times during his career.

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Season Gms Avg. Total National Rank Record 1991-92 16 16,142 258,272 8th 12-4 1992-93 17 15,107 256,822 12th 14-3 1993-94 16 11,205 179,274 33rd 10-6 1994-95 17 9,765 166,006 — 17-0 1995-96 17 14,235 241,996 16th 16-1 1996-97 15 11,980 179,703 — 11-4 1997-98 15 13,427 201,398 18th 11-4 1998-99 16 13,913 222,605 20th 11-5 1999-2000 17 11,974 203,550 25th 11-6 2000-01 17 17,110 290,864 6th 12-5 2001-02 21 16,225 340,723 10th 19-2 2002-03 16 16,643 266,283 7th 14-2 2003-04 15 15,432 231,481 10th 15-0 Total 215 14,720 3,164,799 173-42 u Following its run to the 2002 NIT title, a victory parade was held for the Memphis Tigers on Beale Street April 6, and the Tigers were honored during a post-parade ceremony held in the W.C. Handy Performing Arts Park. u After missing the first half of the 2002-03 season, Chris Massie made his senior-season debut by scoring 13 points and pulling down 12 rebounds in the Tigers’ 77-74 win over No. 7 Illinois on Dec. 28, 2002. Massie earned AllConference USA honors, averaging 16.7 points, 10.8 rebounds and shooting 60.2 percent from the field. u Memphis won for the first time in Fayetteville, defeating Arkansas 72-67 on Jan. 2, 2003. Memphis had lost all of its previous five games played against the Razorbacks in Northwest Arkansas. u The Tigers gathered at the Calipari home March 16, 2003, to watch the NCAA Selection Show and learn of their postseason fate. The Tigers received a No. 7 seed and were sent to Oklahoma City for a first round game against Arizona State. ESPN was on hand for the selection

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party and interviewed John Calipari during its SportsCenter broadcast later that evening. u The 2003-04 Tigers won the program’s first conference title since 1995-96 when they captured a share of the Conference USA regular season crown. Memphis posted a 12-4 league mark. u For the third-straight year, Memphis put together a long winning streak. The Tigers won 11-consecutive games from Jan. 17 through Feb. 24. In 2001-02, Memphis won 10 straight, and the 2002-03 Tigers won 12 straight. u Memphis closed The Pyramid with an undefeated record at home in 2003-04. The Tigers went 15-0 in their final year in The Pyramid. In the 13-year history of the facility, the Tigers put together an impressive 173-42 record. u Memphis ranked among the top 10 in the nation in attendance for the fourth-straight year. The Tigers ranked No. 10, averaging 15,432 fans per game at The Pyramid. u In the final Associated Press poll, Memphis was ranked No. 24, marking the first time since 1985 and 1986 that the Tigers finished in the AP poll in back-to-back years. The 2002-03 Tigers were ranked No. 19 in the final AP poll.

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Season Gms Avg. Total National Rank Record 2004-05 23 10,552 242,696 — 16-7 2005-06 20 14,866 297,328 13th 19-1 2006-07 19 14,527 276,014 16th 19-0 2007-08 21 16,748 351,718 10th 20-1 2008-09 20 16,933 338,658 8th 19-1 2009-10 20 16,498 329,968 8th 17-3 2010-11 19 16,768 318,592 8th 17-2 2011-12 20 16,234 324,670 11th 18-2 Total 162 15,306 2,479,644 145-17

Rodney Carney was a consensus All-America second team pick in 2005-06. The C-USA Player of the Year was also a finalist for three National Player of the Year awards.

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u The 2005-06 Tigers posted the third-longest win streak in school history at 15-straight wins. u Memphis posted a 19-1 home record in its second year at FedExForum. The 19 home victories were the most by a Tiger team since 1983-84 squad won 20 home contests (20-2 record). u The Tigers went 10-1 in road games in 2005-06, and Memphis was the last team in the country to lose a road game. u The Tigers set nine single-season team records, including most points, most three-pointers made, most steals, most blocks and best defensive field goal percentage. u The Tigers ranked among the NCAA statistical leaders (top 15) in seven different categories, including field goal percentage defense (2nd), won-loss percentage (2nd), scoring margin (5th), blocked shots (8th) and steals (12th). u Memphis also ranked among the NCAA’s top 15 in home attendance in 2005-06. The Tigers were ranked No. 13 with an average of 14,866 fans per game. u The Tigers swept the Conference USA postseason awards, with John Calipari taking home Coach of the Year honors, Rodney Carney Player of the Year and Shawne Williams Freshman of the Year. u Rodney Carney and Darius Washington Jr. were selected to the All-Conference USA first team, while Shawne Williams was named to

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u Memphis earned a second-straight NCAA Tournament bid in 2004. The Tigers were the No. 7 seed in Kansas City, Mo., and defeated South Carolina in the first round. The NCAA Tournament win was the program’s first since 1995. In the second round, Memphis fell to No. 2 seed Oklahoma State, which went on to advance to the Final Four. u Senior Antonio Burks capped a brilliant collegiate career with the C-USA Player of the Year honor. Burks became Memphis’ first player of the year honoree since Anfernee Hardaway earned the accolade in 1993 when the Tigers were in the Great Midwest Conference. Burks finished his career with 487 assists and 177 steals, both ranking in the top 10 in Memphis history. u Sean Banks was named Conference USA’s Freshman of the Year, marking the second time in three years that a Tiger took home the honor (Dajuan Wagner in 2002). Banks also earned ESPN.com’s National Freshman of the Year accolade, and was a consensus pick National All-Freshman Team pick. u The Memphis basketball program entered a new era in 2004-05 when the Tigers moved to FedExForum, its new homecourt. The Tigers posted a 16-7 home mark in their first year at FedExForum. u John Calipari won his 300th game as a collegiate head coach. He joined Roy Williams, Everett Case, Jim Boeheim, Nolan Richardson and Denny Crum as the only head coaches to win 300 games in their first 13 seasons. u Anthony Rice and Rodney Carney became the 39th and 40th players in Memphis history to reach the 1,000-point milestone. u Darius Washington Jr. was a consensus National Freshman All-America Team pick. He was also C-USA Freshman of the Year. u The 2005-06 Memphis squad took its fans on a ride that had not been seen since the earlyto-mid 1980s, recording a 33-4 mark, winning a conference title and making a deep run into late March in the NCAA Tournament. u The Tigers won a school-record 33 games in posting a 33-4 mark in 2005-06. The 33 wins tied NCAA champ Florida for the most victories by any Division I team that season. u The 2005-06 Memphis squad earned the program’s first-ever NCAATournament No. 1 seed and advanced to the regional final (Elite Eight) for the first time since 1992. u The Tigers swept the Conference USA regular season and tournament titles. It was Memphis’ second regular season crown in three seasons and the program’s first-ever C-USA postseason tournament title. u Memphis finished the year ranked in the top 10 in both final national polls. The Tigers were No. 4 in the final Associated Press poll and No. 6 in the final ESPN/USA Today poll.


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2012-13 Memphis Basketball the league's third team. u Shawne Williams and Chris Douglas-Roberts were named to the Conference USA AllFreshman Team. u Rodney Carney, Joey Dorsey and Shawne Williams were picked to the Conference USA All-Tournament Team. Williams was tabbed the tournament's MVP. u John Calipari moved into the No. 6 spot on the NCAA list for most coaching wins in the first 14 seasons with 337 victories. u Rodney Carney moved into the No. 3 spot on the Memphis all-time scoring chart with 1,901 points. Darius Washington Jr. became the 41st 1,000-point scorer in Memphis history in 200506. He finished his career with 1,054 points (No. 34). u Rodney Carney was a consensus All-America second team pick. He was named to the Associated Press (second team), Sports Illustrated (second team), USBWA (second team), NABC (second team), Rivals.com (third team), Collegehoopsnet.com (third team) and Collegeinsider. com All-America squads. He was also picked a Collegeinsider.com Defensive All-America. u Rodney Carney was finalist for three National Player of the Year honors (Naismith Award, Oscar Robertson Trophy, Adolph F. Rupp Trophy). u Darius Washington Jr. was named an Associated Press All-America honorable mention. u Darius Washington Jr. was a finalist for the Bob Cousy Award, given each year to the nation’s top point guard. u Shawne Williams was a consensus National Freshman All-America pick. He was named to The Sporting News, Collegeinsider.com, Rivals.com and Collegehoopsnet.com Nationall Freshman All-America squads. u The 2006-07 Tiger squad kept the momentum going from the previous year with another 33-4 overall record. The 33 victories were tied for the third-most in the nation. The 89.2 winning percentage was second in the country, trailing only Ohio State’s 89.7 winning percentage. u Memphis became the second team in Conference USA history to post an undefeated regular season record with a 16-0 mark. The Tigers joined the 1999-2000 Cincinnati team as the only two squads to accomplish the feat. u The Tigers followed their 16-0 Conference USA regular season with a C-USA Tournament title, becoming the first team in league history to pull off the feat. u Memphis earned a No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament South Region and advanced to the Elite Eight for a second-straight year. It was the first time in school history the Tigers made back-to-back Elite Eights. u With the No. 2 seed, Memphis made it consecutive years with a No. 1 (2006) and No. 2 seed (2007) for the first time in school history.

u The Tigers put together a school-record 25game win streak during the 2006-07 campaign. Memphis began its streak on Dec. 23, 2006, with a win over Middle Tennessee and continued it through the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 victory over Texas A&M on Mar. 22, 2007. The 25-game win streak was the nation’s longest in 2006-07. u After dropping its first two road games in 200607, Memphis responded with nine-consecutive road wins to finish the season with a 9-2 mark away from FedExForum. u The Tigers went undefeated in their home, FedExForum, in 2006-07. Memphis went 19-0 and extended its homecourt win streak to 32 straight, which ended the year as the nation’s longest (Tigers will carry that win streak into the 2007-08 season). The undefeated home mark in 2006-07 was only the sixth time since 197071 that a Tiger squad accomplished that feat. The 1981-82, 1984-85, 1985-86, 1994-95 and 2003-04 Memphis teams also had undefeated home records. u Memphis ranked among the NCAA statistical leaders (top 15) in six different categories, including scoring offense (14th), scoring margin (5th), field goal percentage defense (12th), blocked shots (12th), steals (14th) and winning percentage (2nd). u John Calipari became the second-winningest coach in Tiger basketball history. He also moved into the No. 3 spot on most wins by an NCAA Division I coach in his first 15 years.

His 370 wins trail only Roy Williams and Nolan Richardson on that list. u Joey Dorsey (first team), Chris Douglas-Roberts (first) and Jeremy Hunt (second) all earned AllConference USA honors. Dorsey was named C-USADefensive Player of the Year, while Hunt took home the C-USA Sixth Man of the Year award. Dorsey and Antonio Anderson earned C-USA All-Defensive Team honors. u Chris Douglas-Roberts was named the C-USA Tournament MVP, and Antonio Anderson and Joey Dorsey were named to the C-USA AllTournament Team. u Chris Douglas-Roberts was named Associated Press All-America honorable mention. u Joey Dorsey earned a spot on the U.S. team that played in the 2007 Pan American Games in Brazil. Team USA placed fifth with a 3-2 record.

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u Memphis posted a 38-2 overall record in 200708, and the 38 wins are the most in a single season in NCAA Division I history. u The 38 wins made head coach John Calipari the winningest coach for a single season in NCAA Division I history. u With their 38 wins in 2007-08, the Tigers completed a three-year span (2006-08) with a 104-10 overall record. The 104 wins are tied for the most in a three-year span in NCAA Division I history (Kentucky won 104 from 1996-98).

Joey Dorsey cut down the nets following the Tigers’ NCAA Tournament South Region title win over Texas. Dorsey, who was named to the NCAA All-South Region Team, had 11 points and 12 rebounds vs. the Longhorns. Dorsey finished his career as the winningest senior class in Memphis basketball history with 126 victories, which was eclipsed a year later.

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There are 45 former Tigers basketball players that have been inducted into the University of Memphis Athletic Hall of Fame, which began in 1973. To be eligible, a former Tiger must wait five years since he completed his eligibility. The following is a list of those in the Hall of Fame and year inducted:

championship for the third-straight year. u The Tigers won Conference USA regular season crown third-straight year for the thirdconsecutive season. u Memphis went 16-0 in Conference USAregular season play for the second-straight undefeated run in league play. u The Tigers ran their C-USA regular season win streak to 33 straight. The streak continues into the 2008-09 season. u Memphis’overall C-USA win streak — including tournaments — reached 42-straight with its 16-0 regular season mark and a sweep in the postseason tournament. The streak continues into the 2008-09 campaign. u With their 26-0 streak to start 2007-08, the Tigers extended their regular season win streak to 45 straight. The streak was the eighth-longest streak in NCAADivision I history. The streak stretched from Dec. 23, 2006, versus Middle Tennessee through Feb. 20, 2008, against Tulane. u Memphis extended its homecourt win streak to 47 games, the longest in school history. The streak began on Jan. 4, 2006 against Middle Tennessee and ran through Feb. 13, 2008, versus Houston. u John Calipari became only the second coach in NCAA Division I history to win 400 or more games in the first 16 years as a collegiate head coach. Roy Williams is the other to reach that milestone in that amount of time. u John Calipari was named Naismith National Coach of the Year for the second time in collegiate career. He also received the honor at UMass in 1996. u John Calipari is only second coach to receive the Naismith National Coach of the Year multiple times since the award’s inception in 1987.

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Gene Fulghum........................................1975 Win Wilfong...........................................1976 George Kirk...........................................1978 Lowery Kirk...........................................1979 Larry Finch.............................................1981 Forest Arnold.........................................1982 Frank Snyder..........................................1983 Ronnie Robinson....................................1984 Skip Wolfe..............................................1986 Mike Butler............................................1987 Larry Kenon...........................................1988 Dexter Reed...........................................1989 Bob Swander..........................................1991 Bill Cook................................................1992 Leslie Steele...........................................1992 George Price...........................................1993 Otis Jackson...........................................1993 Wayne Yates...........................................1994 Alvin Wright..........................................1994 Jack Butcher...........................................1995 Phil Hodson............................................1996 Millard Davis.........................................1996 Coy Creason...........................................1997 Dr. Kenneth Caldwell.............................1997 Elmore Fortner.......................................1997 Hunter Beckman....................................1998 Dwight Boyd..........................................1998 Orby Arnold...........................................1999 Keith Lee................................................1999 Don Holcomb.........................................2000 Fred Horton............................................2000 Jim Hockaday.........................................2001 Hank McDowell.....................................2001 David Loos.............................................2002 Elliot Perry.............................................2002 Andre Turner..........................................2003 Dr. Steve Ballard....................................2004 Bobby Parks...........................................2004 Joe Proctor.............................................2005 Billy Smith.............................................2007 Anfernee Hardaway...............................2008 Cedric Henderson...................................2008 Phillip “Doom” Haynes.........................2009 Lorenzen Wright....................................2009 Rodney Carney.......................................2011

u The 104 wins made head coach John Calipari the winningest coach for a three-year period in NCAA Division I history (previous best was Rupp’s 102 wins from 1947-49). u Memphis advanced to the NCAAchampionship game, the school’s first since 1973. u The Tigers’2008 NCAA Final Four appearance was the school’s first since 1985. u Memphis won the 2008 NCAA Tournament South Region championship. u The Tigers were ranked in all 19 regular season polls, continuing the streak of 58-straight weeks in the national polls (2006-08). Memphis was tied with UCLA for the longest streak in the nation at the time. u The Tigers jumped up to the top spot in both national polls in mid-January. It was the first No. 1 national ranking for the program since the 1982-83 season. u Memphis was ranked No. 1 for five-straight weeks, the longest time in the polls’ top spot in school history. u The Tigers were ranked No. 1 or No. 2 in the national polls for 16-straight weeks, the longest streak in school history. u Memphis put together a 26-game win streak, at the time the longest in school history, breaking the previous mark of 25-consecutive wins by the 2006-07 Tiger squad. u The 26-0 start was the best in school and Conference USA history. u The Tigers went 10-0 in road games in 2007-08, marking the first time since 1960-61 (7-0 road mark) that Memphis went unbeaten in games away from home. Memphis finished 2007-08 with a road win streak of 19 games, dating back to the 2006-07 campaign. u Memphis won the Conference USATournament

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A new era in Tigers basketball began on Apr. 7, 2009, when Josh Pastner was introduced at a packed press conference as the 17th head coach in the program’s history. Pastner, who had served as an assistant for the 2008-09 season, won an NCAA title during his collegiate playing days at Arizona, where he learned the game from Hall of Famer Lute Olson.

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2012-13 Memphis Basketball Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski is a three-time Naismith Award recipient. u Chris Douglas-Roberts was program’s first consensus All-America first team pick since 1993 when Anfernee Hardaway was a consensus selection. u Chris Douglas-Roberts was a finalist for three Nartional Player of the Year awards. The junior was up for the Wooden Award, NaismithAward and Oscar Robertson Trophy. u Derrick Rose was a consensus National Freshman All-America Team pick. u Derrick Rose was a finalist for the Bob Cousy Award, given to the nation’s top point guard. u The Tigers swept the Conference USA postseason awards with John Calipari earning Coach of the Year, Chris Douglas-Roberts Player of the Year, Derrick Rose Freshman of the Year and Joey Dorsey Defensive Player of the Year u Joey Dorsey, Chris Douglas-Roberts and Derrick Rose were named to the NCAA Tournament All-South Region Team. Rose was selected the region’s MVP. u Chris Douglas-Roberts and Derrick Rose were named to the NCAA All-Final Four Team.

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u The 2008-09 Memphis senior class — Antonio Anderson, Robert Dozier and Chance McGrady — left as the winningest four-year class in NCAA Division I history. The 200809 Tiger seniors finished their careers with a 137-14 record. The 137 wins surpassed the previous mark of 133 by the Duke four-year class from 1998-2001. u The 2008-09 Tiger senior class also became the first in NCAA Division history to have four-straight 30-win seasons. During that four-year span, Memphis posted records of 33-4 in 2005-06, 2006-07 and 2008-09 and 38-2 in 2007-08. u The 2008-09 senior trio became the winningest four-year class in Tiger basketball history with 137 victories. The previous record was 126 wins by the 2007-08 senior class (Joey Dorsey). u The Tigers put together a school-record 27game win streak. Memphis began the streak just before Christmas of 2008, and did not drop another contest until the NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen. u The 27-game win streak was the third year in a row that the Tigers had a winning streak of 25 or more games. u For the third-consecutive year, Memphis had the longest win streak in the nation. In 200607, the Tigers had a 25-game win streak, and in 2007-08, Memphis put together a 26-game win streak. u The Tigers extended their Conference USA overall win streak to 61 straight and their regular

season win streak to 49 straight. Both were the second-longest in college basketball history. The last time Memphis dropped a conference game was Mar. 2, 2006, at UAB. u For a fourth-straight year, Memphis swept the Conference USA regular season and tournament titles. The Tigers became the fourth program in NCAA Division I history to sweep four-consecutive league regular season and tournament crowns, joining N.C. State (194550), UMass (1992-96) and Gonzaga (2004-07). u The Tigers posted a perfect 16-0 league record in the regular season for a third-consecutive season. u John Calipari was named National Coach of the Year by Sports Illustrated. He also earned the Jim Phelan Award, which is collegeinsider. com’s National Coach of the Year honor. u Tyreke Evans became the first player in Tiger hoops history to earn consensus National Freshman of rhe Year honors. Evans was named National Freshman of the Year by ESPN.com, U.S. Basketball WritersAssociation (USBWA), The Sporting News, CBSSports.com, FoxSports.com, Rivals.com, collegeinsider.com, CollegeHoops.net and NaismithLives.com u Antonio Anderson became only the second player in Tiger history to record a triple-double. Anderson had 12 points, 10 boards and 13 assists. The other player to record a triple-double was Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway in the 199293 campaign, and he did so in back-to-back games. u Antonio Anderson finished his career as the only player in Memphis basketball history to have 1,000 points, 500 rebound and 500 assists in a career.

u Robert Dozier finished his career as one of six players in school history to have 1,000 points and 900 rebounds. u On Apr. 7, 2009, a new era in Tiger basketball started when Josh Pastner was hired as the 17th head coach in school history. When the 2009-10 basketball season starts, Pastner will be the third-youngest head coach at the NCAA Division I level.

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uThe Josh Pastner era tipped off on Nov. 13, 2009, with an 82-53 win over Jackson State at FedExForum. The Tigers posted a 17-3 record on their homecourt in 2009-10. u A month before Josh Pastner earned his first win, the Tigers hosted the program’s most memorable Memphis Madness ever. Nearly 19,000 attended the event, and the doors had to be closed by order of the fire marshal. It was estimated that 2,000-3,000 were still outside when the doors closed. u Before he even coached his first collegiate game, Josh Pastner signed the nation’s No. 1 recruiting class during the early signing period in November 2009. Pastner and his staff had seven recruits sign to wear the Blue and Gray. u The Tigers finished 2009-10 with a 24-10 overall record and a 13-3 Conference USA mark. It was Memphis’ 10th-straight year with 20 or more victories, and also the fifth-consecutive season of 13 or more wins in league play. u Memphis earned a berth to the National Invitation Tournament (NIT), marking the 10thstraight year the Tigers made the postseason.

Senior Doneal Mack brought tears to the Tiger faithful when he exited play at FedExForum in the 2009-10 regular season finale versus Tulsa on Mar. 6, 2010. En route to the bench, Mack bent down and kissed the Tiger logo at midcourt. Memphis basketball experts believe Mack is the first player in school history to leave the court in that manner on “Senior Day.”

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2012-13 Memphis Basketball Page 103 The Tigers celebrated the 2011 Conference USA Tournament title after their thrilling, come-from-behind 67-66 win over UTEP. It was Memphis’ first conference tournament crown won outside the Bluff City limits since 1987. Joe Jackson, who was named the tournament’s MVP, hit the game-winning free throws with :07.8 on the clock.

mark and an NCAA Tournament appearance. It was the 11th-straight, 20-win campaign and also the 11th-consecutive postseason tournament for Memphis, both school-record streaks. u Memphis won its fifth Conference USATournament championship in the last six years with a thrilling 67-66 victory over UTEP in the title game on the Miners’ home floor in El Paso, Texas. It was the first time since 1987 the Tigers won a conference tournament championship outside the city limits of Memphis (1987 Metro Tournament crown in Louisville, Ky.) u In claiming the C-USA Tournament crown, the Tigers earned the league’s automatic bid to the 2011 NCAA Tournament. It was the program’s 23rd NCAATournament berth. The Tigers were the West Region’s No. 12 seed and played the No. 5 seed Arizona Wildcats. Arizona posted a hard-fought 77-75 win over Memphis. u Memphis entered the 2010-11 season ranked No. 19 in both preseason national polls. The Tigers remained in the polls the first nine weeks of the regular season, climbing as high as No. 13. u The Tigers were the seventh-youngest team in the nation (346 NCAA Division I programs), according to kenpom.com. Memphis was the youngest team in the 2011 NCAA Tournament. u Memphis played 19 single-digit outcome games in 2010-11, the second-most for a season in school history (20 in 1986-87). The Tigers had a 16-3 record (.842 winning percentage) in those contests. The 16 single-digit wins are the most for a single season in school history. u In games decided by five or fewer points, Memphis had a 13-2 record (.867 winning percentage).

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u The 2010-11 Tigers posted the largest comeback in 40 seasons when they fought back from an 18-point deficit for a thrilling 76-75 win over Southern Miss in Hattiesburg. Memphis trailed 29-11 with 7:46 left in the first half, but the Tigers secured the win when Charles Carmouche hit a game-winning three-pointer with :01.2 left. u Will Barton and Tarik Black both were named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team. Barton was also selected to the All-C-USA third team. u With his outstanding performance in El Paso, freshman Joe Jackson was named the Conference USA Tournament MVP. Jackson, who averaged 16.5 points in the tourney’s three games, hit the game-winning free throws with :07.8 left. u The C-USA Tournament title was Memphis’ fifth, setting the record for most tournament titles in the league’s history. Entering the 2011 tournament, Memphis was tied with Cincinnati for the most C-USATournament titles with four apiece. u Josh Pastner finished his first two years as head coach with 49 wins (49-20 record). The 49 victories were the most for a Memphis head coach in his first two seasons. u The Tigers finished the 2010-11 campaign ranked in the top-10 nationally for attendance for the fourth-consecutive year. Memphis’average attendance of 16,768 was eighth in the country in 2010-11. u After the 2010-11 campaign, the Tigers hoops family suffered a great loss with the passing of former head coach and All-American Larry Finch. The Memphis, Tenn., native died of natural causes on Apr. 2, 2011. Finch is the

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u Memphis reached a milestone in the program’s short time in its new home, FedExForum, in 2009-10. In only the sixth year playing at FedExForum, the Tigers posted their 100th win on their homecourt with an 87-57 victory over Southeast Missouri State on Dec. 22, 2009. At the end of the 2009-10 campaign, Memphis had a 110-13 home record at FedExForum. u The Tiger program won its 1,400th game during the 2009-10 campaign. Win No. 1,400 came when Memphis posted a 93-86 victory the Golden Hurricane in Tulsa. u Josh Pastner’s 24 wins are the third-most by a Tiger first-year head coach. Larry Finch holds the school mark for wins by a first-year head coach at 26 in 1986-87 (26-8 record). Eugene Lambert had 25 wins in his initial year in 195152. u Josh Pastner’s 24 wins were the third-most by a first-year head coach nationally in 2009-10. VCU’s Shaka Smart (27 wins) and Xavier’s Chris Mack (26) were the country’s only first-year head coaches with more wins. u Josh Pastner was named Conference USA Coach of the Year by The Sporting News and collegeinsider.com. u The 2009-10 senior class of Willie Kemp and Doneal Mack completed its four years with 128 wins (128-20 record), the second-most in Tiger history. The 128 victories were also the eighth-most in NCAA Division I history for a four-year class. u Elliot Williams and Wesley Witherspoon earned All-Conference USA honors. Williams, the C-USA Newcomer of the Year, also received All-District recognition from the NABC and USBWA. u Doneal Mack became the 46th player in Tiger hoops history to reach 1,000 points in a career. The Charlotte, N.C., native reached the milestone in the Jan. 13, 2010, win over East Carolina. He finished his career in the No. 27 spot on the career scoring chart with 1,191 points. u Doneal Mack finished his career in the No. 3 spot on the all-time three-pointers made list with 239 treys. u Doneal Mack had the most memorable “Senior Day” salute in school history. Near the end of the 75-53 home win over Tulsa, Mack came out of the contest to a standing ovation. As he walked to the bench, Mack bent down and kissed the Tiger logo at midcourt. Memphis hoops experts said that is the first time a Tiger senior exited the court in that manner in school history. u Elliot Williams finished his sophomore campaign with 610 points. It was the second-highest scoring total for a sophomore in school history. Elliot Perry’s 620 points in 1988-89 are the most by a sophomore in school history. u In his second season at the helm of the program, head coach Josh Pastner guided the Tigers to a 25-10 overall record, a 10-6 Conference USA


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Will Barton, seen here sporting a 1972-73 Memphis replica uniform, was the 2011-12 Conference USA Player of the Year and an NBA Draft second-round pick of the Portland Trail Blazers.

at halftime honoring Bartow. A GB patch was added to the Memphis players’ jerseys for the contest and was worn the remainder of the season. u Will Barton was named the 2011-12 Conference USA Player of the Year. He was the fourth Tiger to earn the league’s top honor, joining Antonio Burks (2004), Rodney Carney (2006) and Chris Douglas-Roberts (2008) in that group. u Will Barton was an All-C-USA first team pick, while Tarik Black was a second team selection and Chris Crawford a third teamer. Black was also named to the C-USA All-Defensive Team. u Joe Jackson became the first player in Conference USA history to win back-to-back league tournament MVP honors (2011, 2012). Jackson was joined on the C-USAAll-Tournament Team by Will Barton and Tarik Black. u Will Barton was named to the All-America third team by CBSSports.com. He also received postseason honors from the U.S. Basketball Writers Association (USBWA All-District IV) and National Basketball Coaches Association (NABC All-District 11 first team). u Josh Pastner finished his first three years as head coach with 75 wins (75-29 record). The 75 victories were the most for a Memphis head coach in his first three seasons. u The Tigers finished the 20111-12 campaign ranked in the top-20 nationally for attendance for the seventh-consecutive year. Memphis’

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average attendance of 16,234 was 11th in the country in 2011-12. u After the 2011-12 campaign, Will Barton declared for the 2012 NBA Draft, while Adonis Thomas decided to return to school for his sophomore season in 2012-13. u Will Barton was the No. 40 overall pick of the 2012 NBA Draft. The Portland Trail Blazers selected Barton and signed him to a three-year contract. u Incoming freshman Shaq Goodwin played for Team USA in the FIBA Americas U18 Championship in Sao Sebastiáo do Paraiso, Brazil, in June. Goodwin helped lead the U.S. to the gold medal with a perfect 5-0 record. u In the opening-game win over the U.S. Virgin Islands, Shaq Goodwin scored 30 points on 12-of-12 field goals and 6-of-6 free throws. Goodwin’s 30-point performance was the third highest single-game scoring effort in USA Basketball U18 Championship history. His 12-of-12 shooting set a U.S. mark for highest field goal percentage in a U18 game. u Shaq Goodwin finished the U18 Championship with a 12.4 scoring average and a 4.8 rebounding mark. He was the team’s third-leading scorer and fourth-leading rebounder.

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Hanging from the rafters in FedExForum are eight Tiger jerseys which symbolize the great success that The University of Memphis basketball has enjoyed over its 82-year history. The retired jerseys belong to Win Wilfong (#22), John Gunn (#44), Larry Finch (#21), Ronnie Robinson (#33), Keith Lee (#24), Elliot Perry (#34), Anfernee Hardaway (#25) and Forest Arnold (#13). Wilfong’s was the first jersey the Tigers retired. Following, in order of induction, are biographies of the eight players whose exploits in the Tiger blue and gray have earned them the distinction of having their jerseys forever hang high above FedExForum.

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John Gunn

Nicknamed “Big John,” the late John Gunn was a valiant young man who won the hearts and genuine admiration of all. He was courageous, competitive and a winner. Gunn played on the Wayne Yates-coached teams from 1974 to 1976. As a freshman, Gunn averaged 12 points and 10 rebounds a game and played a big factor in Memphis’ impressive 20-7 record that included a trip to the NIT. That year his teammates voted him “Mr. Hustle.” As a sophomore, the 6-foot-9 Gunn averaged 10 points and eight rebounds. His career-high game was 25 points as a freshman against Buffalo State, but his best game was against Louisville his sophomore year in the Metro Tournament when he scored 18 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and blocked two shots. A tragic event then struck the Tiger basketball program at the start of the 1976-77 season. After just three games, Gunn was taken ill with a rare disease, Stevens-Johnson Syndrome, and admitted to the hospital. Ten days later on Dec.21, Gunn was pronounced dead at the age of 21 due to complications of the disease. Gunn attended Melrose High School, where he played for Coach Verties Sails. His senior year at Melrose, along with Tiger teammates Alvin Wright and James Bradley, the Wildcats were undefeated and won the Tennessee state championship with a 35-0 record. That same year, Gunn was chosen as one of the five best basketball prospects in the nation and was voted the Tennessee Player of the Year.

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When you think of University of Memphis basketball, you immediately think of Larry Finch. The legendary player, assistant coach and former head coach was synonymous with Tiger basketball for 25 years. Finch’s jersey was retired on Nov. 30, 1974. Finch, who competed in over 500 games as a Tiger player and coach combined, ranks fourth behind former Tiger stars Keith Lee, Elliot Perry and Rodney Carney on the Memphis all-time scor-

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Ronnie Robinson

One of the best rebounders in Tiger history, the late Ronnie “Big Cat” Robinson teamed with Larry Finch to lead Memphis to the 1973 Final Four. Robinson played on the varsity team from 1970-73 under Coach Gene Bartow. Robinson, a Tiger All-American, came to Memphis from Melrose High School with his life-long friend and teammate Finch. Together, they rewrote the U of M basketball record book and led the team to its finest moment. In the U of M’s run to the title game against UCLA, Robinson averaged 14.0 rebounds a game and had three double-doubles in the Tigers’ four tournament outings. He pulled down 17 boards against South Carolina, 16 versus Kansas State and Providence and seven in the loss to the Bruins. Robinson was a three-year starter who worked as both a center and forward. He averaged in double figures in both scoring and rebounding throughout his career and still holds the distinction of being the one of only four Tigers to have scored 1,000 points and have 1,000 rebounds. Against Tulsa in 1971, Robinson scored a career-high 30 points and, ironically, set the school rebounding record in the same game with 28 boards. Robinson had three other games in his career in which he collected 24 caroms. He was a threetime All-Missouri Valley Conference selection, was named to the Vanderbilt Classic and Sun Bowl All-Tournament teams and received All-America

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The late Win Wilfong, who stands 25th on the University of Memphis’ all-time scoring list with 1,203 points, played basketball for the Tigers from 1955-57 and led the Tigers to a 44-13 mark. Wilfong played under coaches Eugene Lambert and Bob Vanatta and was considered, at the time, the best player in Tiger history. Wilfong, a versatile player, could do it all in his time — score, rebound and handle the basketball. In the U of M record book, he currently stands in the top 10 in several different statistical categories. For his career, Wilfong averaged 21.5 points and 12.3 rebounds a game. In the 1955-56 season against Union, Wilfong poured in 40 points, which stands as the seventh-most in a single game at the U of M. In fact, Wilfong had 30 or more points in 11 different games during his career. In the 1956-57 season, which some say was the true arrival of Memphis basketball, Wilfong led the Tigers to their first NIT bid at famed Madison Square Garden. The Tigers opened up with a 77-75 win over Utah in the U of M’s first-ever nationally-televised game. Two nights later, the Tigers upended Manhattan 85-73, and then slipped past St. Bonaventure 80-78 on a last second shot. In the title game against Bradley, Wilfong scored 31 points and was named MVP. The Tigers, however, lost the game 84-83. Also in 1957, Wilfong became the U of M’s first-ever first team All-American when he was named to the Converse All-American first team. In 1956, he was honored by United Press International as an honorable mention All-American.

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ing list with 1,869 points. Finch was the catalyst in Memphis reaching the NCAA Final Four for the first time ever in 1973, when the Tigers lost to UCLA and Bill Walton in the national finals. During the 1973 tournament, Finch averaged 26.8 points a game, including 29 against the Bruins. In Finch’s three years at Memphis, the Tigers put together a record of 63-21 and either won or tied for two Missouri Valley Conference Championships. He earned honorable mention All-American honors from both the Associated Press and United Press International, and was named to four other All-American teams his senior season after breaking nine individual the U of M records at the time. Finch was also the Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year in 1972 and the conference’s Newcomer of the Year in 1971. Finch, who holds the record for most points scored in a game, is still ranked in the top five in over 20 different statistical categories.

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Prior to the arrival of Anfernee Hardaway, Keith Lee was considered the best to have ever donned the Blue and Gray. Lee, who gave the Tigers instant success, playing on Memphis teams from 1981-85. Lee was arguably the most successful Tiger. During his four years, Memphis compiled a 104-24 (.813) record, made four-straight NCAA appearances, including one Final Four, guided the Tigers to three Metro Conference tournament titles, led Memphis to a then school-record 31 wins in 1984-85 and helped put the Tigers in the final AP Top 20 poll all four seasons. The U of M was rated fifth in 1985. As for his individual accomplishments, Lee was an AP All-American four years in a row, a consensus first team All-American in 1985, the Metro Conference Player of the Year in 1982 and 1985, the Metro Conference Tournament MVP in 1982 and 1984, the Metro Conference Freshman of the Year in 1982 and was first team All-Metro all four years. Also during his career, Lee was chosen to All-America teams by UPI, Converse, The Sporting News, Basketball Weekly, USBWA, Basketball Times, ESPN and NABC. Lee is Memphis’ all-time leading scorer with 2,408 career points and the school’s all-time leading rebounder with 1,336 career boards. The 6-foot-11 center’s finest year was 198485 when he put the Tigers into the Final Four in Lexington, Ky. Lee led the Tigers to a 24-3 regular season record and a Metro Conference Tournament title. Following his senior season, Lee was taken in the first round of the NBA Draft by the Chicago Bulls as the 11th overall pick.

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Elliot Perry, who is the University of Memphis second all-time leading scorer, was one of the finest point guards to ever play for the Tigers. The 6-foot, 150-pound Perry, led the Tigers to four-straight postseason tournaments and 76 wins. Perry, who played and started every game of his career, paced the Tigers in scoring, assists and steals three years in a row. Coming out of Treadwell High School, Perry was rated one of the best players in the country. He averaged 34.5 points a game as a prep senior and was named the Tennessee state Player of the Year and was tabbed a McDonald’s All-American. He didn’t let up as a Tiger either. In his freshman season, Perry put the team on his shoulders and led them to a 20-12 record and an NCAA bid. That year, Perry was named Metro Conference Freshman of the Year and was considered the top freshman point guard in the country by Sport Magazine. In Perry’s senior season, the little guy led the Metro Conference in scoring with a 20.8 average and steals with 85. Perry was voted first team All-Metro Conference and finished second in the Metro Player of the Year tabulation. Perry also became Memphis’ and the Metro Conference’s career leader in steals with 300 and became just the 10th player in NCAA history to collect as many. He also hit game-winning buzzer shots against Florida State and Miami and hit a threepointer at the buzzer to send the East Tennessee game into overtime. Against ETSU, Perry scored a career-high 42 points. For his career, Perry is ranked in the top 10 in over 25 different statistical categories. Perry’s number 34 jersey was retired in February of 1992.

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Anfernee Hardaway

The most electrifying player in Tiger history, Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway became the seventh player to have his jersey retired when the University of Memphis honored him on Jan. 23, 1994. Hardaway, who last played with the New York Knicks in 2005-06, enjoyed a fabulous two seasons with the Tigers by leading the squad to two-straight NCAA appearances, including an

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Elite Eight showing in 1992. For his career, Hardaway guided the Tigers to a 43-23 record (.652), eight wins over nationallyranked teams and recorded the school’s first-ever triple-doubles. His two-season scoring numbers are good enough to be tied for 15th-best all-time and he set numerous other records in just 66 games. The people who were fortunate enough to see the consensus All-American and two-time Great Midwest Conference Player of the Year should cherish those moments forever. He could do it all on the basketball court — score, pass, rebound, block shots, collect timely steals and bring a crowd to its feet with electrifying slam dunks. Hardaway also had the ability to make at least one play every game that would leave an entire crowd, at home or on the road, shaking their heads in total amazement. He was truly a special player. Hardaway, who followed the Tigers on their two NCAA Tournament runs in 2007 and 2008, gave back to Memphis in the summer of 2008, as his contributions will open the U of M’s Hardaway Athletic Hall of Fame.

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Forest Arnold On January 14, 1995, the University of Memphis recognized former Tiger great Forest Arnold by retiring his jersey No. 13 in pregame ceremonies. Arnold, who played for the Tigers from 195256, was the first-ever All-American in school history. During his career, Arnold helped lead the Tigers to 62 wins, including the school’s first-ever NCAA appearance in 1955 against Penn State. Arnold is the school’s fifth all-time leading scorer with 1,854 career points and ranks as Memphis’ third career rebounding leader with 1,109. Arnold is one of just four players in Memphis basketball history to score more than 1,000 points and grab more than 1,000 rebounds. One of many highlights during his sterling career was a school-record (at the time) 46-point game against Hardin-Simmons in the old Fieldhouse. Arnold passed away Feb. 19, 2011, in Springfield, Mo. Prior to his passing, Arnold was a minister and professor at Central Bible College in Springfield.

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RAGAN, Ron (55, 88) Indianapolis, Ind. RANDOLPH, Don (44, 55) Potts Camp, Miss. REED, Benny (36) New Albany, Miss. REED, Dexter (22) Little Rock, Ark. REID, Glen (24) Bartlett, Tenn. RICE, Anthony (23) Atlanta, Ga. RICHARDS, Torian (5) Memphis RICHMOND, Billy (12) Memphis, Tenn. ROBERTSON, Bill Union City, Tenn. ROBINSON, Jeff (32) Trenton, N.J. ROBINSON, Ronnie (33) Memphis ROBINSON, Vincent (23) Bridgeport, Ala. ROCHELLE, Paul Rutherford, Tenn. ROCHELLE, Thomas ROMP, Jack (23) Toledo, Ohio ROOT, Nathaniel (4, 32) Adamsville, Tenn. ROSE, Derrick (23) Chicago, Ill. ROSENBLUME, Norman Brooklyn, N.Y. ROWLAND, Bill (21) Greenwood, Miss. RUFUS, Tony (11) Memphis

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SALLIE, Roburt (3) Sacramento, Calif. SANDERS, Lee (15) Memphis SANDERS, Frank SANDRIDGE, Jared (30) Memphis SAWYER, James (22) Memphis SCHEERER, William SCHMOLLINGER, Jack (20,22) Greenville, Ill. SCHWAIGER, John SCHWAIGER, Francis Cordova, Tenn. SCOGGINS, Albert Memphis SCOTT, Danyell (11) Lansing, Mich. SCOTT, Hoover (15) Savannah, Tenn. SHORT, Herbert (9, 10) Memphis SIDDALL, Jim (42) Potts Camp, Miss. SHINE, Keiron (11) Memphis SIMMONS, Winton Memphis SIMPSON, Stan (32) Chicago, Ill. SIMS, Bill (17) Union, Mo. SISSON, Pete (24) Memphis SMITH, Billy (35) Memphis SMITH, Bob (21) Hillsboro, Mo. SMITH, Ed (20) Hillsboro, Mo. SMITH, Ernest (23) Memphis SMITH, Harmon (5) SMITH, Jason (5) Washington, N.C. SMITH, Mackie Don (15) Booneville, Miss. SMITH, Marshall SMITH, Joe (32, 55) SMITH, Randall (34, 52) Booneville, Miss. SMITH, Tom (8) SNEED, Omar (31) Beaumont, Texas SNYDER, Frank (44, 12) Chico, Calif. SNYDER, John (13) Dillsboro, Ind. SPIVA, Ben (42) Memphis STEELE, Leslie (11, 33) Pine Grove, Miss. STEINTHAL, Josh (23) Sumner, Wash. STEPHENS, D.J. (30) Killeen, Texas STEPHENSON, Bob (22) Calhoun, Tenn. STEWART, Mike (14) Muncie, Ind. STREET, Howard (8, 30) Cairo, Ill. STROUPE, James Grand Junct., Tenn. SUTHERLAND, Vaughn (12) Morganza, La. SWANDER, Bob (17, 7, 20) Yorktown, Ind.

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TAGGART, Shawn (0) TANKERSLEY, George (50) TAYLOR, Garry (40, 45) TAYLOR, Ron (20)

2008-09 1964-65 1979-82 1967-68

SSSS

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TTTT Richmond, Va. Versailles, Mo. Cincinnati, Ohio Memphis

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TETZLAFF, Jerry (11) South Bend, Ind. THIERO, Almamy (3) Mali, West Africa THOMAS, Adonis (35) Memphis THOMPSON, Ed Brownsville, Tenn. THOMPSON, Red THWEATT, Barney (42) Brewers, Ky. TIPTON, Ralph (20) Memphis TODD, Curry Memphis TORRANCE, Michael (43) Memphis TRASK, Courtney (5) Baton Rouge, La. TRENT, Walter (4) Memphis TROSPER, Larry (23) Ripley, Tenn. TSAFACK, Hippolyte (14) Yaoundé, Cameroon TUCKER, Albert Memphis TUNSTALL, John (23) Memphis TURNER, Andre (10) Memphis TYSON, Fulford Normal, Tenn.

1971-73 2004-05 2012 1928-29 1923-24 1949-50 1962-63 1968-69 1978-80 1999-01 1941-42 1972-75 2012 1934-37 1975 1982-86 1924-25

USELTON, Robert

1934-35

VANVULPEN, Johnny (5) VAUGHN, David (50, 42) Nashville, Tenn. VAUGHN, Elmer Bartlett, Tenn. VINES, Charles (32, 33) Mound City, Ill.

1940-41 1991-95 1937-39 1962-64

UUUU VVVV

WWWW

WADE, Clyde (0) WAGNER, Dajuan (2) WALKER, Odus WALLISA, John (33, 15) WASHINGTON, John (23) WASHINGTON JR., Darius (35) WATSON, Orien (25) WATTS, Preston (12) WEAVER, Tim (31, 35) WEHLACZ, Joe (55) WEIL, Eddie (33) WEST, Stan (40) WESTFALL, West (42) WILFONG, Gene (20) WILFONG, John (20) WILFONG, Win (22) WILHITE, Jerry (34, 25) WILLIAMS, Elliot (15) WILLIAMS, John (11) WILLIAMS, Shawne (4) WILLIAMS, Waki (1) WILLIS, Tre’Von (3) WILSON, Ed (34) WILSON, Michael (23) WILSON, Wayne (33) WIMMER, Justin (3) WINN, Donn (99) WISE, Kelly (45) WITHERSPOON, Wesley (11) WOLFE, Skip (33) WOOD, Clayton (66) WRIGHT, Alvin (10) WRIGHT, Lorenzen (55)

Memphis 2002-03; 2006-07 Camden, N.J. 2001-02 Buntyn, Tenn. 1926-29 Muncie, Ind. 1950-53 Columbus, Ga. 1973-77 Edgewater, Fla. 2005-06 Memphis 1988-89 Nashville, Tenn. 1940-42 West Frankfort, Ill. 1961-64 Des Plaines, Ill. 1965-67 Indianapolis, Ind. 1956-57 Potosi, Mo. 1964-66 St. Louis, Mo. 1972-74 Puxico, Mo. 1959-61 Memphis 1983-87 Puxico, Mo. 1955-57 Memphis 1962-64 Memphis 2009-10 Jackson, Miss. 1986-90 Memphis 2006 Cincinnati, Ohio 2005-06 Fresno, Calif. 2007 Memphis 1973-76 Memphis 1994-96 Memphis 1953-55 Memphis 1993-95 Marthaville, La. 1952-55 Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. 1998-02 Atlanta, Ga. 2009-12 New Haven, Mo. 1957-60 Scottsboro, Ala. 1949-51 Memphis 1974-78 Memphis 1994-96

YATES, Wayne (40) YERGEN, Arnold (32) YOUNG, Russell (32)

N. Little Rock, Ark. Memphis, Tenn. Lagrange, Ark.

1959-61 1946-47 1987-92

ZARECOR, Billy

Yorkville, Tenn.

1937-39

YYYY ZZZZ

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1920-21

Record: 22-7-1 Coach: Frederick Grantham HR VR D. 14 W 24 Whitehaven........................14 — — 16 W 71 McLemore...........................7 — — 23 W 57 Messick High.......................8 — — 24 W 21 Millington............................6 — — J. 7 W 66 Messick High.....................10 — — 10 L 18 Memphis “Y” Rangers.....27 — — 11 W 11 Spedway...............................7 — — 13 W 57 McLemore...........................7 — — 14 L 35 Union.................................37 — — 15 W 31 Ridgely...............................20 — — 20 W 25 Memphis Univ. School.....11 — — 21 L 10 Millington..........................26 — — 24 W 33 Memphis Tech High..........13 — — 25 W 52 Neshoba...............................5 — — 26 W 58 Collierville.........................16 — — F. 3 W 21 Central High......................17 — — 4 T 26 Covington Ramblers.........26 — — 5 L 22 UT Doctors........................29 — — 7 W 42 Messick High.....................10 — — 9 L 26 Memphis “Y” Rangers.....43 — — 10 W 21 Christian Brothers.............12 — — 16 W 36 Millington..........................14 — — 17 W 37 Memphis Univ. School.......7 — — 26 W 26 Union.................................19 — — M. 3 W 16 Christian Brothers ............15 — — 4 W 31 Halls, Tenn.........................23 — — 5 W 14 Halls, Tenn.........................10 — — 7 L 7 Central High......................14 — — 10 W 24 Memphis Tech High..........11 — — 12 L 12 UT Doctors........................18 — —

1921-22

1922-23

Record: 6-4 Home: 3-1, Away: 3-3 Coach: Lester Barnhard HR VR J. 12 W 16 at Ole Miss.........................14 — — 13 L 16 at Ole Miss.........................25 — — 20 L 33 at Memphis YMCA...........44 — — 24 W 32 Arkansas A&M.................15 — — 29 W 27 Hendrix College (ot).........24 — — F. 1 W 41 at Alamo High School.......25 — — 2 W 29 at Union..............................16 — — 3 L 21 at Bemis (Tenn.) YMCA...26 — — 16 L 18 UT Doctors........................28 — —

NOTE: Memphis also defeated Union at home during the 1922-23 season, however score and date are unavailable.

Record: 4-9

Home: 4-2, Away: 0-7 Coach: Lester Barnhard HR VR J. 11 L 18 at Ole Miss.........................43 — — 12 L 13 at Ole Miss.........................20 — — 18 W 27 Union (YMCA).................20 — — 26 W 23 Hendrix Co. (YMCA).......18 — — F. 2 L 26 Mississippi Co. (YMCA).42 — — 6 L 14 UT Doctors........................17 — — 8 L 17 at Union..............................19 — — 15 L 11 at Arkansas State Normal ...25 — — 16 L 19 at Hendrix College ...........29 — — 20 W 22 UT Doctors........................17 — — 25 W 37 Catholic Club (YMCA)....26 — — 29 L 19 at Memphis YMCA...........29 — — M. 3 L 26 at Memphis YMCA...........29 — —

1924-25

Record: 3-5 Home: 2-1, Away: 1-4 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR J. 10 W 32 SW Presbyt.-Clarksville...22 — — 16 L NA at Millington....................NA — — 30 W 32 at Hall-Moody (Martin)....28 — — 31 W 28 Catholic Club (YMCA)....19 — — F. 2 L 19 at Ole Miss.........................51 — — 3 L 14 at Ole Miss.........................44 — — 7 L 23 UT Doctors........................24 — — 27 L 17 at Memphis YMCA...........38 — —

1925-26

Record: 4-5 Home: 3-4, Away: 1-1 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR J. 16 L 21 Lambuth (YMCA)............26 — — 19 L 21 Memphis Triangles...........41 — — 22 W 22 Jonesboro College.............13 — — 23 W 14 Jonesboro College...............5 — — F. 1 W 41 Bethel (YMCA)................16 — — 6 W 44 at Lambuth.........................25 — — 9 L 19 Rhodes College (YMCA).31 — — 12 L 31 at Arkansas A&M..............33 — — 17 L 22 Rhodes College (YMCA).35 — —

1926-27

Record: 5-7 Home: 2-3, Away: 3-4 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR J. 7 W 42 Lambuth (YMCA)............20 — — 14 L 14 at Rhodes College.............34 — — 17 L NA at Young Men’s Institute.NA — — 21 W 33 Jonesboro College.............13 — — 23 W 39 at Lambuth.........................24 — — 26 L 12 Rhodes College.................17 — — 28 L 29 Hall-Moody Institute.........33 — — F. 5 W 33 at Jonesboro College.........20 — — 9 L 28 at Earle, Ark.......................31 — — 11 L 21 at Hall-Moody Institute.....53 — — 12 W 32 at Union..............................26 — — 25 L 34 Memphis Triangles...........43 — —

1927-28

Record: 10-11 Home: 5-2, Away: 3-8, Neutral: 2-1 Mississippi Valley Conf.: 5-3 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR J. 6 W 62 *at Delta State......................6 — —

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F.

11 W 50 *Bethel (Messick HS).......19 — — 13 L 24 Rhodes College.................32 — — 18 W 38 *at Jonesboro College.......31 — — 20 W 36 *Lambuth...........................26 — — 25 W 37 at Catholic Club.................35 — — 28 L 35 UT JC.................................58 — — 31 L 30 at Elks Club.......................79 — — 3 W 32 *Jonesboro College...........17 — — 4 L 30 *at Lambuth.......................43 — — 7 L 28 at Rhodes College.............57 — — 10 L 24 *at Bethel...........................30 — — 11 L 38 *at UT Martin....................45 — — 13 W 51 UT Doctors (Messick)......18 — — 15 L 26 at Earle, Ark.......................69 — — 17 L 30 at Arkansas A&M..............34 — — 20 W 34 Arkansas A&M.................30 — — 24 L 20 at YMCA Triangles...........32 — — Mississippi Valley Tournament, Jonesboro, Ark.

M. 2 W 45 Will Mayfield (Mo.)..........23 — — 2 W 40 Lambuth.............................24 — — 3 L 37 UT JC.................................47 — — *Mississippi Valley Conference game

1928-29

Record: 15-3 Home: 7-1, Away: 6-2, Neutral: 2-0 Mississippi Valley Conf.: 8-0 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR J. 4 L 23 at Arkansas A&M..............34 — — 12 W 54 *at Delta State....................14 — — 14 W 40 Cumberland.......................27 — — 16 L 31 Elk’s Club..........................39 — — 18 W 29 *Murray State....................21 — — 25 W 50 Arkansas A&M.................22 — — 29 W 52 Catholic Club.....................24 — — F. 1 W 43 *at Jonesboro College.......14 — — 2 W 29 *Delta State........................23 — — 9 W 42 *Jonesboro College...........25 — — 15 W 28 *at UT JC...........................20 — — 16 W 38 *at Murray State................30 — — 19 W 50 *UT JC...............................17 — — 20 W 40 at Catholic Club.................30 — — 23 L 32 at Bemis (Tenn.) YMCA...41 — — Mississippi Valley Tournament, Murray, Ky.

M. 4 W 32 Jonesboro College.............27 — — 5 W 44 Will Mayfield (Mo.)..........22 — — 5 W 33 at Murray State..................31 — — *Mississippi Valley Conference game

1929-30

Record: 16-8 Home: 11-1, Away: 5-7 Mississippi Valley Conf.: 12-2 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR J. 3 W 22 Arkansas A&M.................15 — — 4 W 38 *at Caruthersville JC.........31 — — 10 W 32 *UT JC...............................10 — — 13 W 27 *Will Mayfield (Mo.)........14 — — 17 W 34 *at UT JC...........................13 — — 18 L 26 *at Murray State................42 — — 22 L 24 Memphis YMCA...............37 — — 24 W 42 *at Delta State....................25 — — 25 L 36 *at Sunflower (Miss.) JC..40 — — 29 L 40 at Earle, Ark.......................41 — — 31 W 24 *at Lambuth.......................19 — — F. 1 W 37 *at Bethel College.............24 — — 5 W 40 *Delta State........................20 — — 7 L 28 at Memphis YMCA...........31 — — 10 W 48 *Bethel College.................34 — — 14 W 38 *Murray State....................37 — — 15 W 33 *Lambuth...........................28 — — 19 L 26 at Earle, Ark.......................65 — —

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Record: 1-7 Home: 1-1, Away: 0-6 Coach: W.H. DePriest HR VR J. 13 L 5 at Tiptonville Bulldogs........6 — — 14 L 11 at Ridgely High.................13 — — 21 W 26 UT Doctors (Normal Cage).11 — — F. 2 L 30 YMCA (Normal Cage).....34 — — 3 L 17 at Jonesboro YMCA..........52 — — 4 L 18 at Arkansas A&M..............31 — — 18 L 25 at Union..............................31 — — 23 L 16 at YMCA............................49 — —

1923-24

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21 L 21 at Arkansas A&M..............26 — — 22 W 34 *Sunflower (Miss.) JC......26 — — Mississippi Valley Tournament, Memphis, Tenn.

M. 3 W 44 Lambuth.............................30 — — 3 W 37 Sunflower (Miss.) JC........12 — — 4 W 41 Middle Tennessee..............21 — — 4 L 31 Murray State......................34 — — *Mississippi Valley Conference game

1930-31

Record: 14-2 Home: 7-0, Away: 6-1, Neutral: 1-1 Mississippi Valley Conf.: 11-1 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR J. 2 W 39 Arkansas A&M.................12 — — 12 W 35 *at Freed-Hardeman.........21 — — 16 W 35 *Caruthersville (Mo.) JC..20 — — 17 W 51 *Lambuth...........................23 — — 23 W 28 *at Delta State....................20 — — 24 W 42 *at Sunflower (Miss.) JC..27 — — 30 W 36 *at Bethel College.............18 — — F. 6 W 67 *Freed-Hardeman.............20 — — 7 W 46 *at Lambuth.......................20 — — 9 W 31 *Delta State........................16 — — 16 L 28 *at Caruthersville JC.........30 — — 20 W 45 at Arkansas A&M..............21 — — 21 W 64 *Sunflower (Miss.) JC......27 — — 28 W 59 *Bethel College.................19 — — Mississippi Valley Tournament, Martin, Tenn.

M. 2 W 35 Bethel College...................33 — — 3 L 32 Tennessee Tech..................42 — — *Mississippi Valley Conference game

HISTORY

1931-32

Record: 11-10 Home: 7-3, Away: 3-6, Neutral: 1-1 Mississippi Valley Conf.: 9-5 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR J. 1 L 17 Arkansas A&M.................24 — — 2 L 12 *at Freed-Hardeman.........40 — — 8 L 26 *Caruthersville (Mo.) JC..30 — — 15 W 40 *UT JC...............................32 — — 16 L 38 at Arkansas A&M..............40 — — 20 W 19 Copiah-Lincoln JC............14 — — 22 L 31 *at Delta State....................42 — — 23 L 23 *at Sunflower (Miss.) JC..27 — — 26 W 41 *Bethel College.................12 — — 29 L 24 *at Caruthersville JC........28 — — 30 W 43 *Freed-Hardeman.............29 — — F. 1 W 32 *Delta State........................19 — — 5 W 42 *at UT JC...........................33 — — 6 W 33 *at Bethel College.............23 — — 12 W 41 *Lambuth...........................28 — — 13 W 38 *Sunflower (Miss.) JC......25 — — 19 W 48 *at Lambuth.......................18 — — 20 L 25 Tennessee Tech .................34 — — 27 L 23 at Tennessee Tech..............31 — — Mississippi Valley Tournament, Jackson, Tenn.

M. 4 W 44 UT JC.................................25 — — 5 L 36 Caruthersville (Mo.) JC....45 — — *Mississippi Valley Conference game

1932-33

Record: 7-6 Home: 5-2, Away: 2-3, Neutral: 0-1 Mississippi Valley Conf.: 5-3 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR J. 5 L 27 *at Freed-Hardeman.........39 — — 13 W 53 David Lipscomb................23 — — 14 W 39 *Bethel College.................29 — — 20 W 39 *at Delta State....................27 — — 27 W 25 Mississippi College...........23 — — 28 L 30 *at Bethel College.............39 — —

F.

1 L 30 *Delta State........................37 — — 3 L 29 at Union..............................54 — — 7 W 42 *Lambuth...........................26 — — 10 W 36 Freed-Hardeman................27 — — 11 L 32 Union.................................43 — — 13 W 34 *at Lambuth.......................30 — — Mississippi Valley Tournament, Jackson, Tenn.

27 L 34 Delta State..........................40 — — *Mississippi Valley Conference game

1933-34

19 L 22 L 25 W 26 W 30 L F. 1 L 2 L 7 L 8 L 14 L 15 L 16 L 22 L 23 W

28 Tennessee Tech..................29 — — 31 at Union..............................43 — — 32 Arkansas State College.......31 — — 41 at Delta State......................40 — — 17 Freed-Hardeman................40 — — 22 Lambuth.............................42 — — 23 at Arkansas State College....51 — — 32 Murray State......................47 — — 14 at Southeast Missouri........35 — — 31 Delta State..........................35 — — 25 at David Lipscomb............43 — — 28 Lambuth.............................41 — — 27 at Freed-Hardeman............59 — — 33 Middle Tennessee .............23 — —

Record: 5-14 Home: 3-7, Away: 2-7 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR J. 2 L 16 Western Kentucky.............28 — — 9 L 24 at Union..............................38 — — 11 L 30 Lambuth.............................41 — — 13 L 27 at Arkansas State College....32 — — 16 L 26 at Freed-Hardeman............39 — — 18 W 47 Bethel College...................31 — — 20 L 30 Union.................................37 — — 25 L 33 at Western Kentucky.........46 — — 26 L 33 at Tennessee Tech..............43 — — 27 L 33 at Middle Tennessee .........45 — — 30 W 43 at Bethel College (ot)........39 — — F. 1 L 19 at Lambuth.........................41 — — 3 L 19 Freed-Hardeman................29 — — 8 L 34 Tennessee Tech (2 ot)........38 — — 10 W 34 at David Lipscomb............24 — — 13 L 30 Arkansas State College.......32 — — 17 L 18 Middle Tennessee .............36 — — 20 W 36 Northwest Mississippi JC.17 — — 22 W 26 David Lipscomb................22 — —

Record: 7-7 Home: 4-4, Away: 3-3 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR J. 2 W 32 Mississippi College...........26 — — 11 L 27 Union.................................35 — — 17 L 35 at Middle Tennessee..........42 — — 18 W 30 at Tennessee Tech..............26 — — 24 L 14 Murray State......................51 — — 30 W 37 Millsaps..............................23 — — 31 W 28 Tennessee Tech..................14 — — F. 3 W 29 Delta State..........................26 — — 10 L 34 Louisiana College.............36 — — 15 L 34 Middle Tennessee .............40 — — 21 L 31 at Union..............................43 — — 22 L 26 at Murray State..................45 — — 28 W 31 at Millsaps..........................28 — — 29 W 41 at Mississippi College.......38 — —

1934-35

1936-37

Record: 5-15 Home: 3-8, Away: 2-7 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR J. 4 L 20 Southeast Missouri............25 — — 5 L 18 at Murray State..................63 — — 8 L 23 Union.................................52 — — 11 L 31 at Middle Tennessee .........33 — — 12 W 35 at Tennessee Tech..............32 — — 18 W 33 David Lipscomb................26 — —

Memphis Milestone Wins Win 1. 50. 100. 150. 200. 250. 300. 350. 400. 450. 500. 550. 600. 650. 700. 750. 800. 850. 900. 950. 1000. 1100. 1200. 1300. 1400.

Date 11/14/20 1/25/27 3/2/31 1/11/41 1/30/48 12/22/51 12/22/54 2/2/57 1/23/60 1/2/63 12/16/66 2/27/71 12/13/73 2/16/76 12/28/78 2/13/82 2/20/84 1/6/86 1/16/88 3/8/90 1/18/93 2/26/98 3/8/03 2/14/07 2/13/10

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Result UofM 24, Whitehaven 14 UofM 37, Catholic Club 35 UofM 35, Bethel College 33 UofM 45, Union 38 UofM 46, Murray State 37 UofM 67, Eastern Wash. 53 UofM 86, Nebraska 79 UofM 81, Louisville 78 UofM 96, Ole Miss 57 UofM 99, BYU 76 UofM 43, Arkansas 36 UofM 85, Wichita State 77 UofM 90, Texas 82 UofM 87, Southern Miss 72 UofM 86, Eastern Michigan 58 UofM 62, Florida State 60 UofM 69, Southern Miss 67 UofM 89, South Carolina 81 UofM 54, Tulsa 47 UofM 71, South Carolina 56 UofM 101, Tennessee Tech 71 UofM 89, Houston 76 UofM 90, UAB 79 UofM 69, Tulsa 52 UofM 93, Tulsa 86

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1935-36

Record: 5-7 Home: 3-3, Away: 2-4 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR J. 9 W 37 Tennessee Tech..................26 — — 13 L 30 Murray State......................33 — — 14 L 21 at Tennessee Tech..............22 — — 15 L 24 at Middle Tennessee .........33 — — 16 W 52 at Middle Tennessee .........33 — — 22 W 39 Jacksonville (Ala.).............25 — — 23 L 24 Delta State..........................28 — — F. 2 L 32 at Murray State..................35 — — 6 L 25 Union.................................41 — — 9 W 43 Austin Peay Normal..........31 — — 18 L 23 at Union..............................32 — — 26 W 41 at Delta State......................40 — —

1937-38

Record: 0-14 Home: 0-7, Away: 0-7 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR J. 7 L 16 at Murray State..................42 — — 8 L 25 at Arkansas State College....41 — — 13 L 36 at Delta State......................64 — — 14 L 31 at Mississippi Southern.....50 — — 22 L 20 Arkansas State College.......39 — — 28 L 32 Union.................................58 — — 31 L 35 Murray State......................68 — — F. 5 L 34 Delta State..........................69 — — 10 L 26 at Union..............................42 — — 11 L 29 at Middle Tennessee .........30 — — 12 L 23 at Tennessee Tech..............50 — — 16 L 12 Rhodes College.................44 — — 18 L 33 Tennessee Tech..................49 — — 19 L 43 Middle Tennessee .............44 — —

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Home: 2-7, Away: 0-6 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR J. 9 L 32 at Arkansas State College....38 — — L 31 at Middle Tennessee .........41 — — 14 L 35 at Tennessee Tech..............37 — — 20 L 20 at Union..............................33 — — 23 L 28 Southwestern.....................33 — — 24 L 53 Delta State..........................58 — — 26 W 53 Arkansas State College.......45 — — 28 L 33 at Murray State..................66 — — F. 3 L 40 Tennessee Tech..................43 — — 4 L 31 Middle Tennessee .............39 — — 7 L 38 Rhodes College.................45 — — 10 L 43 Jacksonville (Ala.).............47 — — 11 L 35 Murray State......................40 — — 16 W 43 Union (ot)...........................39 — — 17 L 42 at Delta State......................69 — —

1939-40

Record: 7-9 Home: 6-3, Away: 1-6 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR D. 15 L 29 Ole Miss.............................40 — — J. 6 L 44 at Arkansas State College....45 — — 12 L 29 at Delta State......................50 — — 13 W 35 Murray State......................32 — — 20 W 38 Tennessee Tech..................27 — — 23 L 34 at Murray State..................66 — — 25 L 29 Arkansas State Teachers...38 — — 26 L 35 at Middle Tennessee .........52 — — 27 L 35 at Tennessee Tech..............44 — — F. 3 W 46 Rhodes College (2 ot).......44 — — 6 W 52 Union.................................40 — — 7 L 41 Arkansas State College.......46 — — 10 W 41 Middle Tennessee St.........31 — — 13 W 39 at Rhodes College.............36 — — 16 W 38 Delta State..........................37 — — 21 L 47 at Union..............................65 — —

1940-41

1941-42

Record: 7-9 Home: 5-3, Away: 2-5, Neutral: 0-1 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR J. 8 W 40 Buckeye Pulp Plant...........32 — — 12 W 50 at Rhodes College.............25 — — 15 L 43 Union.................................45 — — 20 L 31 at Murray State..................46 — —

1942-43

Record: 7-4 Home: 5-3, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 1-0 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR J. 29 W 54 Rhodes College.................45 — — 30 W 47 Rhodes College.................34 — — F. 2 L 46 at NATTC..........................65 — — 3 W 52 #Hurley Tractors................44 — — 8 L 42 Ferry Command................43 — — 9 W 60 DuPont Acid Aces.............39 — — 10 W 57 Second Army.....................41 — — 16 L 21 Aviation Maintenance.......40 — — 17 L 23 NATTC..............................34 — — 19 W 55 at Rhodes College.............37 — — 20 W 34 Second Army.....................23 — — #Gaston Community Center

1943-44

No Team Due to World War II

1944-45

Record: 3-6 Home: 2-3, Away: 1-3 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR J. 11 L 41 at Rhodes College.............47 — — 13 L 39 Rhodes College.................43 — — 20 W 44 at Arkansas State College....25 — — 25 L 38 Coca Cola..........................43 — — 27 W 63 National Fireworks............51 — — 30 L 25 at Ken. Gen. Wireworks...60 — — F. 3 W 41 Arkansas State College.......30 — — 19 L 30 Rhodes College.................35 — — 20 L 38 at Rhodes College.............51 — —

1945-46

Record: 7-4 Home: 5-2, Away: 2-1, Neutral: 0-1 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR J. 17 W 65 Delta State..........................17 — — 18 W 41 Union.................................39 — — 25 L 51 #Rhodes College...............54 — — 31 W 46 UT Dental College............31 — — F. 1 L 43 at Arkansas State College....56 — — 8 W 41 at Rhodes College.............33 — — 15 L 37 Arkansas State College.......46 — — 19 W 40 Rhodes College.................35 — — 26 L 41 Rhodes College.................47 — — 27 W 49 at Rhodes College.............36 — — #Ellis Auditorium, Memphis NOTE: Memphis also defeated NATTC, however score and date are unknown.

1946-47

Record: 11-7 Home: 5-3, Away: 5-4, Neutral: 1-0 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR J. 4 W 46 Middle Tennessee..............38 — —

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7 W 49 Southwestern (ot)..............46 — — 10 L 35 at Delta State........................7 — — 13 W 56 General Appliances...........17 — — 17 L 38 Union.................................42 — — 20 L 37 at Arkansas State College....52 — — 24 W 59 Tennessee Doctors.............49 — — 25 W 47 at Middle Tennessee .........37 — — 28 W 55 at NATTC (Millington).....48 — — 30 W 64 at Kennedy Vets Hospital..46 — — F. 4 L 38 at NATTC (Millington).....45 — — 6 W 62 #Arkansas State College.....50 — — 7 L 38 at Mississippi State............51 — — 11 W 46 at Rhodes College.............27 — — 14 W 40 Chattanooga.......................30 — — 15 L 46 Delta State..........................49 — — 21 W 67 at Union..............................55 — — 22 L 56 at Arkansas State College (ot).58 — — #Osceola, Ark.

1947-48

Record: 13-10 Home: 9-3, Away: 3-7, Neutral: 1-0 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR D. 11 W 53 Middle Tennessee .............45 — — 13 W 56 Austin Peay College..........48 — — J. 6 L 41 at Austin Peay College......48 — — 7 L 43 at Murray State..................61 — — 10 L 50 Arkansas State College.......53 — — 13 W 54 Union.................................40 — — 14 W 54 at Sewanee.........................42 — — 15 L 63 at Chattanooga...................64 — — 17 L 32 Tennessee Tech..................43 — — 20 W 46 NATTC (Millington).........32 — — 21 L 32 Delta State..........................52 — — 24 W 51 #Rhodes College...............42 — — 30 W 46 Murray State......................37 — — 31 W 37 Samford..............................32 — — F. 5 L 56 at Arkansas State College....61 — — 10 W 40 Rhodes College.................35 — — 14 L 44 at Tennessee Tech..............58 — — 17 L 42 at NATTC (Millington).....52 — — 20 W 40 Birmingham Southern.......39 — — 23 W 63 at Union..............................38 — — 24 W 62 Sewanee.............................42 — — 27 L 52 at Samford..........................59 — — 28 W 71 at Birmingham Southern...51 — — #Shelby County Building, Mid-South Fairgrounds

1948-49

Record: 11-10 Home: 7-3, Away: 3-7, Neutral: 1-0 Coach: McCoy Tarry HR VR D. 17 W 51 at Union..............................50 — — 18 W 71 Austin Peay College..........65 — — 30 W 43 NATTC (Millington).........39 — — J. 6 L 53 Louisville...........................72 — — 8 W 53 Rhodes College.................50 — — 10 L 71 at Chattanooga...................74 — — 11 L 62 at Austin Peay College......63 — — 15 W 59 at Arkansas State College....55 — — 18 L 51 at Western Kentucky.........78 — 3 22 W 67 Tennessee Tech..................57 — — 24 W 53 at NATTC (Millington).....31 — — 25 L 50 Union.................................68 — — 28 W 48 Delta State..........................44 — — F. 2 L 52 at Murray State..................56 — — 4 L 58 at Delta State......................80 — — 12 W 52 Chattanooga.......................42 — — 16 W 62 Murray State......................60 — — 18 L 56 at Middle Tennessee..........68 — — 19 L 51 at Tennessee Tech..............63 — — 23 L 52 Arkansas State College.......61 — — 25 W 75 at Rhodes College.............65 — —

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Record: 9-8 Home: 5-4, Away: 3-3, Neutral: 1-1 Coach: Zach Curlin HR VR J. 7 L 31 #Ford V8s..........................39 — — 11 W 45 at Union..............................38 — — 14 W 29 at Southwestern.................28 — — 17 W 46 Mississippi Southern.........41 — — 22 L 25 Delta State..........................37 — — 23 L 29 at Tennessee Tech..............32 — — 24 W 37 at Middle Tennessee .........28 — — 31 W 40 ^Coca Cola........................25 — — F. 4 W 29 Southwestern.....................27 — — 6 L 26 at Delta State......................58 — — 7 W 43 Tennessee Tech (ot)...........41 — — 14 L 45 Murray State......................52 — — 15 W 52 Middle Tennessee .............36 — — 18 L 41 New York Celtics..............48 — — 21 L 31 at Murray State..................55 — — 24 L 37 Southwestern.....................46 — — #Gaston Community Center, Memphis ^Ellis Community Center, Memphis NOTE: Memphis also defeated Union at home, however score and date are unknown.

21 W 47 at Union..............................41 — — 27 L 24 at Delta State......................43 — — 29 W 32 Tennessee Tech..................29 — — F. 2 L 43 #Goldcrest..........................54 — — 3 L 29 Delta State..........................32 — — 5 W 70 Middle Tennessee..............29 — — 11 W 51 Arkansas College..............32 — — 13 L 28 at Tennessee Tech..............41 — — 14 L 25 at Middle Tennessee..........36 — — 17 W 72 Rhodes College.................41 — — 20 L 37 Murray State......................70 — — 24 L 47 at Arkansas College...........73 — — #Gaston Community Center, Memphis

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Record: 12-9 Home: 8-1, Away: 2-7, Neutral: 2-1 Coach: McCoy Tarry HR VR D. 3 W 57 at NATTC (Millington).....39 — — 7 L 58 at Louisville.......................79 — — 9 W 64 Middle Tennessee..............50 — — 17 W 68 Austin Peay College..........63 — — Mid-West Tournament, Terre Haute, Ind.

28 L 50 Connecticut State..............60 — — J. 10 L 51 at Union..............................52 — — 12 W 52 #Rhodes College...............43 — — 17 W 64 NATTC (Millington).........44 — — 20 W 71 at Austin Peay College......62 — — 21 L 49 at Tennessee Tech..............66 — — 25 W 54 Arkansas State College.......49 — — 30 W 73 Union.................................33 — — F. 1 L 66 at Delta State......................75 — — 3 W 56 Tennessee Tech..................39 — — 7 L 58 Delta State..........................67 — — 10 W 53 ^Pittsburgh.........................39 — — 11 L 51 at Arkansas State College....52 — — 14 W 61 Chattanooga.......................49 — — 18 L 56 at Southern Illinois............58 — — 20 L 57 at Murray State..................64 — — 24 W 82 Rhodes College.................50 — — #Messick Gym, Memphis ^Shelby County Building, Mid-South Fairgrounds

1950-51

Record: 17-8 Home: 9-2, Away: 7-5, Neutral: 1-1 Coach: McCoy Tarry HR VR D. 1 W 48 Arkansas Tech...................46 — — 2 W 103 NATTC (Millington).........54 — — 5 W 59 Tennessee Tech..................53 — — 9 L 51 Murray State......................71 — — 14 W 75 Austin Peay College..........53 — — 18 L 50 at Arkansas Tech................52 — — 21 W 81 at Keesler Air Force .........51 — — 23 L 57 at Loyola-New Orleans.....59 — — J. 5 L 51 at Murray State..................55 — — 6 L 48 Louisville...........................51 — — 9 W 71 at NATTC (Millington).....56 — — 13 L 58 at Louisville.......................67 — — 16 W 82 at Union..............................46 — — 24 W 81 Delta State..........................49 — —

F.

29 W 87 Loyola-New Orleans.........63 — — 7 W 58 at Delta State......................53 — — 10 W 90 Union.................................50 — — 16 W 58 at Chattanooga...................54 — — 17 L 40 at Tennessee Tech..............57 — — 19 W 62 at Austin Peay College......55 — — NAIB State Tournament, Memphis, Tenn.

M. 5 W 78 Mississippi Southern.........65 — — 6 W 74 Tennessee Tech..................62 — — NAIB National Tournament, Kansas City, Mo.

12 W 76 vs Portland.........................74 — — 14 W 81 vs Hastings.........................79 — — 15 L 67 vs Baldwin-Wallace..........90 — —

1951-52

Record: 25-10 Home: 9-1, Away: 14-8, Neutral: 2-1 Coach: Eugene Lambert HR VR D. 4 W 82 at Bethel College...............55 — — 6 L 58 Mississippi State................60 — — 7 W 60 at NATTC (Millington).....50 — — 15 L 48 at Idaho...............................51 — — 17 L 52 at Whitman (Wash.)..........55 — — 18 L 63 at Seattle.............................66 — — 19 L 49 at Portland..........................78 — — 20 W 79 at Eastern Oregon..............63 — — 22 W 67 at Eastern Washington.......53 — — 28 W 69 at Whitworth (Wash.)........60 — — 29 W 66 at Whitworth (Wash.)........55 — — J. F.

Honolulu, Hawaii

2 L 61 at Hawaii (2ot)...................68 — — 4 W 60 at Universal Motors...........58 — — 5 W 62 at Air Training Service......47 — — 11 L 47 at Spring Hill (Ala.)...........48 — — 12 W 72 at Mississippi Southern.....57 — — 15 W 51 Murray State......................47 — — 16 W 85 at Rhodes College.............39 — — 18 W 65 Bethel College...................31 — — 21 W 79 Mississippi Southern.........57 — — 22 W 70 at Union..............................56 — — 26 W 74 Austin Peay College..........51 — — 31 W 92 Middle Tennessee .............57 — — 2 L 70 at Murray State..................72 — — 7 W 89 Union.................................55 — — 11 W 47 Ole Miss.............................42 — — 15 L 60 at Austin Peay College (2ot)...62 — — 16 W 61 at Middle Tennessee..........46 — — 22 W 66 at Lambuth.........................57 — — 25 W 100 Rhoades College...............39 — —

HISTORY

Memphis In The AP Poll Year Weeks 1954-55......................2 1955-56......................7 1956-57......................6 1957-58......................2 1958-59......................1 1960-61......................1 1970-71......................1 1971-72......................6 1972-73.....................11 1973-74......................6 1974-75......................6

1975-76......................1 1976-77......................4 1981-82......................6 1982-83.....................17 1983-84.....................17 1984-85.....................17 1985-86.....................17 1987-88......................5 1989-90......................8 1992-93......................4 1995-96.....................18 2001-02......................4

Memphis Final National Ranking Year 1957 1961 1972 1973 1982 1983

—Final Rank­— AP UPI Coaches* 12 — — 14 20 — 13 13 — 12 11 — 9 9 — 17 17 —

2002-03......................4 2003-04......................5 2004-05......................3 2005-06.....................19 2006-07.....................19 2007-08.....................20 2008-09.....................15 2010-11.......................9 2011-12.......................5 Total # of weeks In AP Poll................266

1984 1985 1986 1996 2003 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009

Current streak of weeks in AP Poll...................5 Most consecutive weeks in AP Poll (over two or more yrs)..................74 Most consecutive weeks in AP Poll (single season).. 20 (2007-08) * Note: 1986-87 squad was not ranked due to NCAA sanctions

16 16 — 5 4 — 12 12 — 16 — 17 19 — 22 24 — — 4 — 6 5 — 7 2 — 2 3 — 9

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27 W 62 NATTC (Millington).........52 — — NAIB State Tournament, Cookeville, Tenn.

M. 3 W 52 Middle Tennessee .............39 — — 4 W 45 at Tennessee Tech..............38 — — NAIB National Tournament, Kansas City, Mo.

11 W 60 Baltimore...........................39 — — 12 L 48 Portland..............................72 — —

1952-53

Record: 10-14 Home: 8-2, Away: 2-12 Coach: Eugene Lambert HR VR N. 29 L 78 at Centenary.......................86 — — D. 4 L 71 East Tennessee State.........75 — — 5 W 91 at Lambuth College...........81 — — 8 W 70 Louisiana Tech..................63 — — 17 L 71 at St. Francis, N.Y..............76 — — 19 L 65 at Wayne University..........74 — — 20 L 61 at St. Francis, Pa................76 — — 23 L 76 at Marshall...................... 102 — — J. 2 L 64 Auburn...............................78 — — 3 W 75 Arizona...............................56 — — 8 W 90 Spring Hill.........................60 — — 9 L 62 at Middle Tennessee .........77 — — 10 L 40 at Tennessee Tech..............55 — — 17 L 64 at Temple............................71 — — 20 W 93 at Hartwick College..........67 — — 21 L 59 at Siena...............................72 — — 22 L 85 at Seton Hall .................. 103 — 1 24 W 96 Tennessee Tech..................83 — — 27 W 72 Centenary...........................62 — — F. 2 W 87 Florida State.......................73 — — 5 L 73 at Mississippi Southern.....81 — — 7 L 83 at Louisiana Tech..............93 — — 18 W 72 Ole Miss.............................65 — — 27 W 118 Chattanooga.......................71 — —

1953-54

Record: 15-9 Home: 10-2, Away: 5-7 Coach: Eugene Lambert HR VR N. 28 W 96 Union.................................65 — — D. 3 W 89 Lambuth College...............59 — — 7 W 71 at East Tennessee State.....68 — — 8 L 59 at Morehead State..............69 — — 11 W 104 Marshall ............................85 — — 14 L 63 SMU...................................66 — — 19 L 67 at Arkansas Tech................83 — — 21 W 71 Baylor.................................64 — — J. 5 L 73 at Murray State..................82 — — 8 W 75 at Middle Tennessee..........68 — — 9 L 73 at Tennessee Tech..............94 — — 12 W 68 at North Alabama..............60 — — 14 W 47 Murray State......................45 — — 20 W 82 Middle Tennessee..............65 — — 23 L 53 at Western Kentucky.........63 — 4 28 W 86 at Mississippi Southern.....73 — — 29 L 70 at Centenary.......................80 — — F. 1 W 87 Arkansas State College.......77 — — 4 L 59 Dayton................................66 — — 8 W 81 Tennessee Tech..................58 — — 9 W 82 Ole Miss.............................75 — — 13 L 75 at Arkansas State College....85 — — 16 W 93 North Alabama..................61 — — 27 W 65 at Centenary.......................57 — —

1954-55

Record: 17-5 Home: 10-1, Away: 6-3, Neutral 1-1 NCAA Tournament Coach: Eugene Lambert HR VR D. 1 W 95 Middle Tennessee .............80 — — 4 L 69 at Dayton............................88 — — 6 L 72 at Xavier.............................81 — —

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5 W 94 at Spring Hill.....................83 — — 6 W 105 Arkansas Tech (ot)......... 102 — — 13 W 67 Murray State......................56 — — 22 W 96 at Tennessee Tech..............73 — — 24 W 104 Arkansas State College.......79 — — 27 W 91 at Middle Tennessee .........86 — — 29 W 95 Centenary...........................82 — — F. 1 W 81 Xavier.................................67 — — 4 W 94 Mississippi State................68 — — 9 W 106 Abilene Christian..............71 — — 12 W 86 at Arkansas State College....71 — — 19 W 83 Tennessee Tech..................45 — — 26 L 68 at Centenary.......................70 15 — NCAA Tournament, Lexington, Ky.

M. 8 L 55 Penn State..........................59 19 —

1955-56

Record: 20-7 Home: 10-0, Away: 9-6, Neutral 1-1 NCAA Tournament Coach: Eugene Lambert HR VR D. 1 W 136 at Union..............................70 — — 5 W 84 Texas A&M.......................71 — — 7 W 102 Hardin Simmons...............52 — — 15 W 112 Mississippi Southern ........76 — — 17 W 75 at Hardin Simmons...........73 — — 19 W 71 at UTEP..............................70 — — 21 W 98 at Arizona (ot)....................92 18 — J. 2 W 112 Northwestern State............78 — — 4 W 5 L 10 W 14 W 18 L 20 W 27 W 30 W 1 W 4 L 6 W 11 W 15 L 18 W 20 L 22 W 27 L 28 W

Senior Bowl Tournament, Mobile, Ala.

79 Miami (Fla.).......................71 12 — 65 at Spring Hill.....................79 12 — 80 Western Kentucky.............64 17 — 74 at Arkansas State College....64 17 — 75 at Louisville.......................85 15 10 73 at Washington (Mo.).........71 15 — 105 Mississippi State................73 19 — 97 Arkansas State College.......67 19 — 106 Murray State......................72 16 — 67 at St. Bonaventure.............79 16 — 84 at West Virginia.................69 16 — 96 Tennessee Tech..................77 — — 71 at Dayton............................85 19 2 101 Centenary ..........................82 19 — 81 at Tennessee Tech..............90 19 — 100 at Murray State..................94 — — 80 at Centenary (ot)................84 — — 78 at Northwestern State........65 — —

National Invitation Tournament, New York, N.Y.

M. 16 W 77 Utah....................................75 16 — 18 W 85 Manhattan..........................73 16 — 21 W 80 St. Bonaventure (ot)..........78 16 — 23 L 83 Bradley...............................84 16 19 #Ellis Auditorium, Memphis

1957-58

Record: 15-7 Home: 9-2, Away: 3-4, Neutral 3-1 Coach: Bob Vanatta HR VR D. 4 W 96 Union.................................69 — — 7 W 72 VMI....................................58 — — 9 L 68 Texas A&M.......................71 — — 11 L 54 #Mississippi State..............56 20 — 16 W 70 The Citadel........................63 20 — Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y.

21 L 69 Manhattan..........................88 — — Sugar Bowl Tournament, New Orleans, La.

28 W 65 Loyola-New Orleans (ot)..63 — — 30 W 47 Maryland............................46 — 6 J. 6 W 53 Oklahoma City..................50 — — 11 W 75 at Murray State..................66 18 — 13 W 59 Florida State.......................56 18 — 18 W 64 Stetson................................58 — — 25 W 85 #Ole Miss...........................62 — — 28 W 76 at Tennessee Tech..............59 — — F. 1 L 54 at The Citadel.....................62 — — 5 W 64 Tennessee Tech..................63 — — 8 L 76 at Loyola-Chicago (2 ot)...79 — — 11 W 56 Murray State......................50 — — 14 L 59 at Oklahoma City..............67 — — 18 W 68 at Florida State...................51 — — 25 L 55 Loyola-New Orleans.........68 — — 28 W 70 Spring Hill.........................54 — — #Ellis Auditorium, Memphis

1958-59

Record: 17-6 Home: 12-0, Away: 2-4, Neutral 3-2 Coach: Bob Vanatta HR VR D. 1 W 105 Chattanooga.......................56 — — 6 W 64 Rollins College..................48 — — 10 W 59 #Alabama...........................55 — — 13 W 101 at Tampa.............................63 — — 16 W 74 Hardin Simmons...............42 — — 22 W 96 Toronto...............................56 — — Sugar Bowl Tournament, New Orleans

29 W 73 Loyola-New Orleans.........71 18 — 30 L 55 Mississippi State................73 — 8 J. 10 W 66 Oklahoma City..................61 — 13 13 W 75 at Florida State...................72 — — 17 L 79 at Tennessee Tech..............82 — — 19 W 85 Birmingham Southern.......33 — — 24 W 65 #Ole Miss...........................63 — — 29 L 52 #Mississippi State..............53 — 11 31 L 72 at Loyola-New Orleans.....87 — — F. 5 W 95 Tampa.................................65 — — 7 L 92 at Wichita State..................95 — — 10 W 93 Florida State.......................69 — — 14 W 82 Centenary...........................62 — — 17 W 63 Tennessee Tech..................60 — — 21 L 68 at Oklahoma City..............71 — 18 24 W 96 Loyola-New Orleans.........62 — — 27 W 77 Spring Hill.........................37 — — #Ellis Auditorium, Memphis

1959-60

Record: 18-5 Home: 11-0, Away: 4-4, Neutral 3-1 National Invitation Tournament Coach: Bob Vanatta HR VR D. 3 L 55 at Ohio State......................94 — — 5 W 90 North Texas........................58 — — 8 W 107 Texas Wesleyan.................48 — — 12 W 71 Baylor.................................56 — — 15 W 67 Lamar ................................45 — — J. F.

Murray State Invitational, Murray, Ky.

18 W 70 at Murray State..................57 — — 19 W 79 Mississippi State................62 — — 22 W 88 Louisiana-Monroe.............40 — — 7 W 81 Oklahoma City..................68 — — 11 W 86 Florida State.......................71 — — 16 L 52 at Dayton............................58 — — 20 W 84 Tennessee Tech..................65 — — 23 W 96 #Ole Miss...........................57 — — 28 W 63 #Alabama...........................37 — — 2 L 67 at Tennessee Tech..............69 — —

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F.

9 L 71 at Louisville.......................93 — 5 12 W 85 #DePaul..............................81 — — 16 W 105 Murray State......................92 — — 19 W 101 at Tennessee Tech..............74 — — 22 W 89 Tennessee Tech..................73 — — 26 W 86 Mississippi State................83 — — 30 W 93 at Murray State..................72 — — F. 2 W 81 #Louisville.........................78 — 3 5 W 86 Western Kentucky.............84 16 20 9 L 78 at Centenary.......................90 16 — 16 W 96 Houston..............................86 — — 18 L 96 at Oklahoma City........... 106 — 13 23 W 98 at Western Kentucky.........82 20 — 28 W 97 at Arkansas State College....75 19 —

NCAA Tournament, Wichita, Kan.

M. 12 L 81 Oklahoma City..................96 — —

1956-57

Record: 24-6 Home: 9-1, Away: 7-3, Neutral 8-2 NIT Finalist Coach: Bob Vanatta HR VR D. 1 W 88 Arkansas State College.......68 — — 5 W 89 at Mississippi State............78 — — 8 W 82 at Houston..........................78 — — 10 W 71 at Mississippi Southern.....70 — — 14 W 77 UTEP..................................48 — — 17 W 94 New Mexico......................76 — — 20 W 70 #Spring Hill.......................62 — — All College Tournament, Oklahoma City, Okla.

27 W 99 Texas Tech.........................77 — — 28 L 76 Seattle.................................84 — 18 29 W 77 Marquette...........................76 — — J. 1 W 94 Arizona...............................76 — — 5 L 68 Oklahoma City..................80 20 17

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Front Row (l-r): Bob McDonald, Oscar Ammer, Orby Arnold, Ron Ragan, James Hockaday and Scott Hoover. Back Row (l-r): Head Coach Bob Vanatta, Jack Butcher, Martin “Spud” Hays, Win Wilfong, George Price, Lirk Lowery, Marty Cleary, Bob Swander and Gordon Nichols, team mgr. Not pictured: Eddie Weil.

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100 Richmond..........................74 — — 83 at Florida State...................67 — — 75 at Wichita State..................79 — — 54 Loyola-New Orleans.........38 — — 70 at Oklahoma City..............66 — — 96 Spring Hill.........................55 — — 79 at Loyola-New Orleans.....63 — —

National Invitation Tournament, New York, N.Y.

M. 10 L 70 Providence.........................71 — — #Ellis Auditorium, Memphis

1960-61

Record: 20-3 Home: 10-1, Away: 7-0, Neutral 3-2 National Invitation Tournament Coach: Bob Vanatta HR VR D. 1 W 118 UC Davis...........................52 — — 6 W 84 at Baylor.............................58 — — 10 W 102 North Texas........................56 — — 15 W 75 at BYU...............................72 — — 17 W 77 at Montana State................50 — — 19 W 86 at Seattle.............................81 — — 22 W 111 Missouri Mines..................50 — — J. F.

Sugar Bowl Tournament, New Orleans

29 W 95 Western Kentucky.............74 19 — 30 L 82 West Virginia (ot)..............86 19 — 7 W 72 #Southern Miss..................55 — — 10 W 85 Louisiana-Monroe.............58 — — 13 W 54 at Loyola-New Orleans.....45 — — 17 W 96 Louisiana College.............39 — — 20 W 70 Murray State......................60 — — 28 W 88 #Ole Miss...........................61 — — 1 W 83 at Tennessee Tech..............70 — — 4 L 77 Dayton................................96 — — 6 W 104 Richmond..........................73 — — 11 W 78 at Villanova........................74 — — 15 W 81 Middle Tennessee..............61 — — 18 W 82 Tennessee Tech..................73 — — 25 W 85 Loyola-New Orleans.........51 — — National Invitation Tournament, New York, N.Y.

M. 16 L 69 Holy Cross.........................81 — — #Ellis Auditorium, Memphis

HISTORY

1961-62

Record: 15-7 Home: 11-1, Away: 1-4, Neutral 3-2 NCAA Tournament Coach: Bob Vanatta HR VR D. 1 W 92 Texas Wesleyan.................51 — — 4 L 81 at Minnesota......................89 — — 6 W 59 Baylor.................................47 — — 8 W 63 Texas Tech.........................62 — — 11 W 62 Texas A&M.......................60 — — 13 W 107 San Francisco State...........49 — — 19 L 71 Mississippi State................83 — — 22 W 96 Richmond..........................77 — — Gulf Coast Tournament, Shreveport, La. 27 L 78 South Carolina...................79 — — 28 W 103 Northwestern State ...........83 — — 29 W 79 Murray State......................67 — — J. 2 W 85 New Mexico State.............70 — — F.

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Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y.

101 vs Seton Hall......................84 — — 87 at Loyola-New Orleans.....76 — — 76 at Loyola-Chicago.......... 100 — — 84 at Villanova..................... 109 — — 86 The Citadel........................72 — — 90 Murray State......................72 — — 88 William & Mary................70 — — 101 Loyola-New Orleans.........58 — — 67 at Dayton............................78 — —

1962-63

Record: 19-7 Home: 9-2, Away: 6-2, Neutral 4-3 National Invitation Tournament Coach: Dean Ehlers HR VR D. 2 W 80 McNeese State...................52 — — 3 W 101 New Mexico State.............77 — — 8 L 67 at Texas A&M...................78 — — 10 W 79 at Texas Tech.....................66 — — Jackson, Miss.

15 L 66 vs Mississippi State...........77 — 5 18 W 78 Minnesota..........................70 — — 22 W 70 #Ole Miss...........................62 — — All College Tournament, Oklahoma City, Okla.

27 W 76 Toledo................................61 — — 28 L 82 Loyola-Chicago.................94 — 3 29 W 80 Oklahoma City..................77 — — J. 2 W 99 Brigham Young.................76 — — 7 W 96 Hawaii................................60 — — 10 L 75 at Loyola-New Orleans.....78 — — 12 W 82 at Southern Miss................69 — — 19 W 90 Centenary...........................85 — — 23 W 60 at Murray State..................58 — — 26 W 71 #Mississippi State..............65 — 9 F. 2 L 54 Villanova............................59 — — 9 W 72 at The Citadel.....................63 — — 11 W 76 Louisville...........................55 — — 19 W 61 Dayton................................59 — — 23 W 55 Loyola-New Orleans.........48 — — 26 W 90 at Centenary.......................79 — — M. 2 L 70 Creighton...........................95 — — National Invitation Tournament, New York, N.Y.

14 W 70 Fordham.............................49 — — 16 L 67 Canisius..............................76 — — #Memphis Auditorium

1963-64

Record: 14-11 Home: 10-4, Away: 3-6, Neutral: 1-1 Coach: Dean Ehlers HR VR D. 2 W 57 McNeese State...................44 — — Jackson, Miss.

7 W 79 at Ole Miss......................... 57 — — 12 W 88 Marquette...........................74 — — 14 W 73 at Mississippi State............65 — — 16 W 108 Alabama.............................75 — — 21 W 98 #Ole Miss...........................78 — —

J. F.

27 L 79 at Vanderbilt.......................85 — 6 28 W 88 Western Kentucky.............83 — — 1 L 66 Rhode Island...................... 68 — — 4 L 57 at Louisville....................... 69 — — 9 L 64 at Loyola-New Orleans.....90 — — 11 W 80 Southern Miss....................55 — — 16 L 90 Florida State.......................91 — — 18 L 69 Miami, Fla.........................78 — — 20 W 83 Loyola-Chicago.................65 — 2 25 W 81 #Mississippi State.............. 66 — — 1 L 66 at Portland..........................75 — — 3 L 88 at Seattle...........................105 — — 5 W 87 at Creighton.......................86 — — 8 W 98 DePaul................................ 67 — 10 10 W 83 Florida State.......................71 — — 15 L 73 at Dayton............................ 83 — —

Vanderbilt Tournament, Nashville, Tenn.

Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y.

20 L 71 New York University........ 95 — — 22 W 93 Loyola-New Orleans......... 49 — — 26 L 86 Xavier................................. 99 — — #Memphis Auditorium

NCAA Tournament, Dallas, Texas

M. 12 L 83 Creighton...........................87 — —

1964-65

Record: 10-14 Home: 7-6, Away: 3-8 Coach: Dean Ehlers HR VR D. 1 W 82 Texas A&M.......................73 — — 5 W 78 Southwestern Louisiana....71 — — 10 L 71 at Texas A&M...................81 — — 12 W 83 Alabama.............................73 — — 19 L 63 at Tulsa...............................80 — — 21 L 77 Seattle.................................89 — — Memphis State Classic, Memphis, Tenn.

28 W 95 SMU (ot)............................92 — — 29 L 68 Indiana................................91 — 7 J. 2 L 71 Fordham.............................73 — — 5 L 70 at DePaul............................99 — — 9 W 72 Creighton...........................66 — — 14 W 71 at Loyola-New Orleans.....65 — — 16 L 61 at Florida State...................74 — — 23 L 80 Southern Miss....................86 — — 30 L 64 at Arizona...........................99 — — F. 1 W 116 at Pepperdine.....................90 — — 2 L 79 at Santa Clara.....................92 — — 6 L 70 Florida State.......................81 — — 10 W 82 at Marquette.......................70 — — 13 W 77 Dayton................................71 — — 20 W 84 Loyola-New Orleans.........54 — — 25 L 74 at Xavier.............................95 — — 27 L 58 at Villanova........................91 — — M. 3 L 87 Duquesne...........................93 — —

1965-66

Record: 10-15 Home: 9-4, Away: 1-9, Neutral 0-2 Coach: Dean Ehlers HR VR D. 2 W 77 Union.................................59 — — 4 L 69 Arizona...............................94 — — 6 W 85 Pepperdine.........................66 — — 11 L 61 at Western Kentucky...... 100 — — 13 L 84 at Texas A&M...................93 — — 18 W 69 North Texas........................67 — — Memphis State Classic, Memphis, Tenn.

20 L 72 Texas..................................80 — — 21 W 85 Missouri.............................72 — — Queen City Tournament, Buffalo, N.Y.

30 L 65 Drake..................................80 — — J. 1 L 89 Canisius..............................92 — — 5 W 97 at Southern Miss................77 — — 8 W 97 Oklahoma City..................87 — — 13 L 78 at Loyola-New Orleans.....86 — — 15 L 63 at Florida State...................67 — — 22 L 69 Villanova............................70 — — 29 L 107 Xavier...............................110 — — 31 L 89 at Oklahoma City........... 104 — — F. 2 L 82 at Creighton.....................115 — — 5 W 81 Florida State.......................66 — — 10 W 71 Loyola-New Orleans.........69 — — 12 L 77 at Dayton............................90 — — 15 W 86 Miami (Fla.).......................72 — — 19 W 84 Jacksonville.......................61 — — 24 L 79 at Duquesne.......................92 — — 26 L 78 at Villanova........................84 — —

1966-67

Record: 17-9 Home: 12-3, Away: 5-5, Neutral 0-1 National Invitation Tournament Coach: Moe Iba HR VR D. 3 L 44 Western Kentucky.............52 — 8 5 W 66 Texas A&M.......................56 — — 8 W 63 at Rice................................54 — — 10 W 56 at TCU................................54 — — 12 W 64 at North Texas....................57 — — Memphis State Classic, Memphis, Tenn.

16 W 43 Arkansas............................36 — —

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M. 11 L 68 Providence.........................77 — —

1967-68

Record: 8-17 Home: 5-8, Away: 2-8, Neutral 1-1 Missouri Valley Conference: 2-14 Coach: Moe Iba HR VR D. 2 W 54 Union.................................41 — — 4 W 64 Rice....................................56 — — 7 L 52 *at Bradley.........................80 — — 11 L 66 at Mississippi State............71 — — 20 L 47 *Tulsa.................................64 — — 23 W 65 TCU....................................61 — — Sugar Bowl Tournament, New Orleans, La.

1969-70

Record: 6-20 Home: 4-10, Away: 1-8, Neutral 1-2 Missouri Valley Conference: 1-15 Coach: Moe Iba HR VR D. 1 L 62 Union.................................63 — — 6 W 72 Sam Houston State............70 — — Liberty Bowl Tournament, Memphis, Tenn.

10 W 11 L 20 W 22 L

83 Mississippi State................74 — — 72 Tulsa...................................82 — — 57 Texas Wesleyan.................52 — — 74 Dartmouth (2 ot)................77 — —

J. F.

26 W 27 L 28 L 3 L 5 L 10 L 13 L 17 L 24 L 26 W 29 W 31 L 4 L 7 L 14 L 19 L 21 L 26 L

67 Arizona State.....................62 — — 58 at Oklahoma City..............72 — — 51 Tennessee...........................72 — 6 77 *North Texas.....................86 — — 62 *at Drake............................72 — — 59 *at Bradley.........................74 — — 77 *at Saint Louis...................88 — — 61 *Tulsa.................................77 — — 69 *Cincinnati.........................78 — — 91 at Loyola-New Orleans.....83 — — 84 *Wichita State....................81 — — 76 *Drake................................82 — 16 48 *at Louisville.....................77 — — 63 *at Cincinnati.....................77 — — 70 *at North Texas.................82 — — 75 *Bradley.............................91 — — 68 *Saint Louis.......................78 — — 78 *at Tulsa.............................87 — —

All College Tournament, Oklahoma City, Okla.

28 L 72 *at Wichita State................79 — — M. 4 L 82 *Louisville.........................83 — — *Missouri Valley Conference game

1970-71

Record: 18-8 Home: 14-1, Away: 3-7, Neutral 1-0 Missouri Valley Conference: 8-6 Coach: Gene Bartow HR VR D. 1 W 99 UC Davis...........................79 — — 4 W 113 South Dakota.....................98 — — 7 W 88 Union.................................73 — — 9 L 87 at Oklahoma State.............93 — — 12 W 81 Indiana State......................77 — — 21 W 86 Princeton............................77 — — 23 W 108 Missouri-St. Louis.............86 — — Winter Classic, Santa Barbara, Calif.

28 W 93 Columbia...........................62 — — 29 L 81 at UC-Santa Barbara.........85 — — 31 W 83 at UNLV.............................76 — — J. 2 W 69 *North Texas.....................57 — — 7 W 102 *Bradley.............................87 — — 9 W 78 *Louisville.........................75 — 13 13 W 113 St. Joseph’s (Ind.)..............97 — — 16 L 85 *at Tulsa.............................90 — — 25 W 84 Loyola-New Orleans.........68 — — 28 L 87 *at Wichita State................98 — — 30 L 70 *at Drake............................93 — — F. 4 W 73 *Drake................................72 — — 6 L 58 *at Saint Louis...................62 — — 13 W 71 *at North Texas.................66 — — 18 W 74 *at Bradley.........................70 — — 20 W 60 *Saint Louis.......................56 — — 25 L 91 *Tulsa (2 ot).......................94 — — 27 W 85 *Wichita State....................77 — — M. 6 L 73 *at Louisville.................. 102 — — *Missouri Valley Conference game

HISTORY

29 L 44 Davidson............................51 — 8 30 W 73 Michigan State...................57 — — J. 2 L 75 *Drake (ot).........................76 — — 10 L 58 *Louisville.........................78 — — 13 L 69 *at Wichita State................77 — — 22 L 68 *Cincinnati (ot)..................75 — — 25 L 69 *Bradley.............................92 — — F. 3 L 48 *at Tulsa.............................52 — — 5 W 67 *at North Texas.................65 — — 8 L 53 *at Saint Louis...................60 — — 13 W 67 Miami (Fla.).......................44 — — 15 W 72 at Loyola-New Orleans.....64 — — 19 W 67 *Wichita State....................55 — — 24 L 53 Loyola-New Orleans.........56 — — 26 L 52 *at Louisville.....................76 — — 29 L 61 *at Drake............................89 — — M. 2 L 63 *at Cincinnati.....................72 — — 5 L 62 *North Texas (ot)..............63 — — 7 L 65 *Saint Louis.......................77 — — *Missouri Valley Conference game

25 L 53 *at Cincinnati.....................62 — — 30 L 69 *at Wichita State................71 — — F. 1 L 72 *at Drake............................85 — — 3 L 70 *North Texas.....................89 — — 6 L 51 *Louisville.........................60 — — 8 L 47 *Cincinnati.........................69 — — 12 W 80 at Loyola-New Orleans.....62 — — 14 L 65 *at Saint Louis...................74 — — 18 L 62 *at Bradley.........................88 — — 27 L 56 *Tulsa.................................62 — 19 M. 1 L 61 *Wichita State....................71 — — *Missouri Valley Conference game

1968-69

Record: 6-19 Home: 4-10, Away: 2-8, Neutral 0-1 Missouri Valley Conference: 0-16 Coach: Moe Iba HR VR D. 2 L 68 Lamar ................................82 — — 4 W 81 Texas-Arlington.................49 — — 10 L 53 Union.................................61 — — 14 W 65 Abilene Christian..............62 — — 18 L 66 *at Louisville.....................67 — 19 Poinsettia Classic, Greenville, S.C.

27 L 73 The Citadel........................76 — — 28 W 79 Furman...............................69 — — 31 W 70 Brown.................................52 — — J. 2 L 71 *Drake................................73 — — 4 L 69 *at North Texas.................96 — — 7 L 67 *Bradley.............................68 — — 9 L 62 *Saint Louis (ot)................63 — — 16 W 74 Loyola-New Orleans.........54 — — 18 L 69 *at Tulsa.............................70 — 14

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17 W 55 Maryland............................53 — — 21 W 58 Villanova............................40 — — 23 L 44 at Saint Louis.....................63 — — 31 W 57 Yale.....................................43 — — J. 4 W 55 Union.................................47 — — 11 W 65 Southern Miss....................52 — — 14 L 43 Tulsa...................................54 — — 16 W 46 Florida State.......................42 — — 21 L 78 at Xavier.............................88 — — 28 W 76 Loyola-New Orleans.........50 — — 31 W 63 at Jacksonville (ot)............58 — — F. 2 L 63 at Miami (Fla.)...................88 — — 4 L 51 at Florida State...................55 — — 7 L 56 Dayton................................81 — — 11 W 61 Mississippi State................53 — — 14 W 52 at Loyola-New Orleans.....46 — — 18 W 74 Creighton...........................66 — — 20 W 62 Jacksonville.......................39 — — 24 L 48 at Villanova........................66 — —

1 9 7 3 NCAA Fina list

Front Row: David Kimmel, Ed DeShepper, Bill Cook, Ed Wilson, Freshman Asst. Coach Ed Young, John Tunstall, John Washington, Clarence Jones and Student Manager Ted Turnipseed. Back Row: SID Bill Grogan, Head Coach Gene Bartow, Doug McKinney, Jim Liss, Jerry Teltzlaff, Kenny Andrews, Wes Westfall, Larry Kenon, Asst. Coach Wayne Yates, Charles Duvall, Ronnie Robinson, Billy Buford, Larry Trosper, Shannon Kennedy, Larry Finch, Bill Laurie, Assistant Coach LeRoy Hunt, Asst. SID Norman McCoy.

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Record: 21-7 Home: 14-1, Away: 5-4, Neutral 2-2 Missouri Valley Conference: 12-2 National Invitation Tournament Coach: Gene Bartow HR VR D. 2 W 108 Missouri-Rolla...................66 — — 4 W 84 Oklahoma State.................68 — — 7 L 73 Marquette...........................74 — 2 Vanderbilt Classic, Nashville, Tenn.

10 W 74 Ole Miss.............................71 — — 11 L 82 Vanderbilt...........................83 — — Sun Bowl Tournament, El Paso, Texas

17 W 82 San Francisco....................77 — — 18 L 79 at UTEP..............................85 — — 31 W 92 Arkansas............................77 — — J. 6 L 79 *at Bradley.........................95 — — 8 W 123 MacMurray........................62 — — 12 W 82 LSU....................................63 — — 15 W 99 *Tulsa.................................72 — — 18 W 81 *at Drake............................70 — — 22 W 91 *North Texas.....................60 — — 27 W 71 *Wichita State....................69 — — 29 W 101 Union.................................79 — — F. 2 W 77 *at Louisville.....................69 — 3 5 W 88 South Alabama..................71 — — 10 L 72 *at Saint Louis...................76 15 — 12 W 87 *at North Texas.................80 15 — 17 W 70 *Bradley.............................59 18 — 19 W 73 *St. Louis...........................70 18 — 24 W 108 *at Wichita State................98 19 — 26 W 91 *at Tulsa.............................90 19 — M. 2 W 80 *Louisville.........................65 20 2 4 W 70 *Drake................................69 20 — Missouri Valley Playoff Game, Nashville, Tenn.

11 L 72 Louisville...........................83 11 4 National Invitation Tournament, New York, N.Y.

18 L 74 Oral Roberts.......................94 13 16 *Missouri Valley Conference game

HISTORY

1972-73

Record: 24-6 Home: 14-1, Away: 7-4, Neutral 3-1 Missouri Valley Conference: 12-2 NCAA Final Four Coach: Gene Bartow HR VR D. 2 W 108 Missouri Western...............74 11 — 5 L 81 at LSU................................94 11 — 7 W 87 USF....................................73 11 — 9 L 69 at Marquette.......................72 11 5 12 L 79 Texas..................................80 19 — 16 W 80 Navy...................................51 19 — 20 W 80 UC-Santa Barbara.............74 — — Little Rock, Ark.

23 W 87 at Arkansas.........................86 — — 26 W 96 Cornell................................64 — — 30 W 74 at Vanderbilt.......................71 — 10 J. 4 W 97 *at Drake (2 ot)..................92 — — 6 W 76 *at Bradley.........................74 — — 10 W 124 UCF....................................75 — — 13 W 72 *Saint Louis.......................60 — — 20 W 112 St. Joseph’s (Ind.)..............92 — — 25 W 81 *Louisville.........................76 17 — 27 W 75 *New Mexico State...........61 17 — F. 1 W 73 *Drake................................68 17 — 3 W 79 *Bradley.............................64 17 — 8 L 69 *at Louisville.....................83 15 — 10 W 91 *at Tulsa (ot)......................87 15 — 15 W 99 *Wichita State....................77 16 — 17 W 116 *West Texas State..............79 16 — 22 W 93 *at North Texas.................88 14 — 24 W 54 *at New Mexico State.......53 14 — M. 3 L 56 *at Saint Louis...................70 10 —

NCAA Midwest Regional, Houston, Texas

15 W 90 South Carolina...................76 12 —

17 W 92 Kansas State.......................72 12 9

4 L 79 at Louisville.......................84 — 3

24 W 98 Providence.........................85 12 4 26 L 66 UCLA.................................87 12 1 *Missouri Valley Conference game

16 L 95 vs. Oral Roberts.................97 — —

NCAA Final Four, St. Louis, Mo.

1973-74

Record: 19-11 Home: 13-2, Away: 4-7, Neutral 2-2 National Invitation Tournament Coach: Gene Bartow HR VR N. 30 W 106 Missouri-Rolla...................79 20 — D. 1 W 89 Wisconsin-Milwaukee......68 20 — 5 W 105 UC Davis...........................61 10 — 8 W 100 Southern Miss....................79 10 — 11 L 71 Vanderbilt...........................75 12 — 13 W 90 at Texas..............................82 12 — 15 W 99 East Texas State.................76 12 — 18 L 80 at Florida State...................88 16 — 22 W 101 Samford..............................69 16 — Sugar Bowl Tournament, New Orleans, La.

28 W 86 at New Orleans..................81 18 — 29 L 83 N.C. State...........................98 18 5 31 W 67 Murray State (ot)...............65 18 — J. 3 W 88 Bradley (ot)........................76 19 — 5 W 53 at West Texas State............49 19 — 10 L 80 Drake..................................91 — — 12 L 61 at Saint Louis.....................65 — — 19 L 81 at Louisville.......................94 — 16 26 W 67 Tulsa...................................64 — — 31 W 73 New Mexico State.............66 — — F. 2 W 65 North Texas........................62 — — 7 W 91 at Wichita State..................90 — — 9 L 77 at North Texas....................83 — — 14 W 78 Louisville...........................71 — 18 16 W 91 Saint Louis.........................81 — — 21 L 86 at Drake..............................95 — — 23 L 81 at Bradley...........................94 — — M. 1 W 73 at Hawaii............................69 — — 2 L 85 at Hawaii..........................117 — — National Invitation Tournament, New York, N.Y.

17 W 73 Seton Hall..........................72 — — 21 L 78 Utah ...................................92 — —

1974-75

Record: 20-7 Home: 16-2, Away: 3-3, Neutral 1-2 National Invitation Tournament Coach: Wayne Yates HR VR N. 30 W 96 Montclair State..................60 15 — D. 7 W 75 Wisconsin-Green Bay.......67 16 — 9 W 70 Florida State.......................69 16 — 12 W 100 East Texas State.................89 14 — 14 W 102 Murray State......................77 14 — 17 W 85 Brown.................................83 11 — 20 L 94 at UCLA...........................113 11 4 21 W 111 at Pepperdine (ot)........... 108 11 — Gator Bowl Tournament, Jacksonville, Fla.

26 W 71 Temple...............................68 16 — 27 L 54 Penn State..........................61 16 — 30 L 91 Wichita State......................95 16 — J. 2 W 102 Georgia State.....................76 19 — 4 W 79 Western Kentucky.............72 19 — 8 L 84 LaSalle...............................93 — 14 11 W 83 Southern Miss....................77 — — 14 W 138 Buffalo State......................92 — — 18 W 130 Missouri-St. Louis.............79 — — 25 W 103 North Texas........................92 — — 30 W 78 at Wichita State..................76 — — F. 1 W 105 Union.................................52 — — 10 W 74 UC-Santa Barbara.............62 — — 15 W 81 Wisconsin-Milwaukee......69 — — 20 W 88 at Tulsa...............................80 — — 23 L 75 at Saint Louis.....................78 — — M. 1 W 93 Mercer................................75 — —

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1975-76

Record: 21-9 Home: 15-2, Away: 5-3, Neutral 1-4 Metro Conference: 1-1 NCAA West Regional Coach: Wayne Yates HR VR N. 29 L 74 *Louisville.........................79 19 8 D. 1 L 84 at Western Kentucky.........87 19 — Sun Devil Classic, Tempe, Ariz.

5 L 91 DePaul............................. 100 — — 6 L 86 Santa Clara.........................93 — — 10 W 76 UCF....................................57 — — 18 W 75 Wichita State......................68 — — 20 W 105 Midwestern State...............76 — — 23 W 84 Benedictine College..........69 — — 27 W 97 Cal-Poly.............................66 — — 29 W 109 Murray State......................83 — — 31 W 90 Pepperdine.........................82 — — J. 3 W 92 VCU...................................72 — — 5 W 104 Madison College...............80 — — 8 L 70 at Wichita State..................81 — — 10 L 71 Virginia Tech.....................72 — — 15 W 100 Illinois College..................76 — — 17 L 79 at Florida State................ 100 — — 20 W 84 Southern Miss....................70 — — 24 W 85 *Cincinnati.........................79 — 16 27 W 81 at LaSalle...........................77 — — F. 7 W 87 at Oklahoma City..............70 — — 9 W 111 North Texas........................93 — — 16 W 87 at Southern Miss................72 — — 19 W 91 Tulsa...................................83 — — 21 W 96 Oklahoma City..................72 — — 24 W 85 at UC-Santa Barbara.........82 — — Metro Tournament, Louisville, Ky.

M. 4 W 73 Saint Louis.........................69 — — 5 W 87 at Louisville.......................76 — — 6 L 95 Cincinnati........................ 103 — 13 NCAA West Regional, Tempe, Ariz.

13 L 77 Pepperdine.........................87 — — *Metro Conference game

1976-77

Record: 20-9 Home: 17-2, Away: 2-5, Neutral 1-2 Metro Conference: 2-4 National Invitation Tournament Coach: Wayne Yates HR VR N. 27 W 84 UCF....................................53 — — D. 4 W 109 South Dakota State............76 — — 9 W 79 Drake..................................74 — — 11 W 80 Baylor.................................73 — — 13 W 86 Southern Miss....................71 — — Big Sun Tournament, St. Petersburg, Fla.

17 W 18 L 21 W 23 W

77 Penn State..........................69 — — 83 Florida................................84 — — 88 Ole Miss.............................83 — — 116 TCU...................................72 — —

J. F.

30 W 69 at Arkansas.........................62 — 17 3 W 82 at Southern Miss................78 — — 6 W 82 Oklahoma City..................72 20 — 8 W 109 MacMurray........................55 20 — 10 W 78 *Tulane..............................64 20 — 15 W 81 Florida State.......................75 18 — 17 L 82 *at Georgia Tech...............89 18 — 22 W 97 Brandeis.............................87 18 — 26 W 88 New Orleans (ot)...............86 20 — 29 W 81 Dayton................................67 20 — 31 L 82 *at Cincinnati.....................88 20 12 2 W 97 Western Kentucky.............75 — — 5 L 92 *at Louisville...................111 — 9

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M. 3 W 94 Tulane.................................80 — — 4 L 67 Cincinnati...........................68 — 14 National Invitation Tournament, Birmingham, Ala.

10 L 63 vs. Alabama.......................80 — 12 *Metro Conference game

1977-78

Record: 19-9 Home: 12-3, Away: 5-5, Neutral 2-1 Metro Conference: 7-5 Coach: Wayne Yates HR VR N. 26 W 103 NE Oklahoma St...............81 — — 29 W 78 Midwestern (Texas) St......74 — — D. 1 W 97 Southern Miss....................83 — — 3 W 78 Louisiana-Monroe.............71 — — 5 W 86 at Western Kentucky.........80 — — 8 W 94 Mansfield (Pa.) .................79 — — 10 L 87 at Baylor.......................... 106 — — 12 W 79 Jacksonville.......................77 — — Sun Bowl Classic, El Paso, Texas

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