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hen it comes to hitting the road two words come to mind in describing how the Tigers travel ... First Class. Being located in a hub city for Northwest Airlines is an enormous advantage for The University of Memphis when it comes to team travel. And the coordination of travel has another distinctive edge as the U of M plays in Conference USA, a league top heavy with universities located in major metropolitan areas. When the U of M travels commercially, the Tigers are usually just one flight away from landing in the city they will play the following day. It has meant the team has been able to go to class the day before a game and, in many During this year’s Coaches vs. Cancer Classic, the Tigers will stay at the cases, practice at Hilton New York at Rockefeller Center, home before traveling. just a block from Fifth Avenue shopping.

The Tigers also use charter flights and often fly with another hometown team, Northwest Airlink. Headquartered in Memphis, Airlink has over 2,300 employees.

The Tigers have been able to speed to their games on Northwest Airlink’s new fleet of Canadair Regional Jets (pictured below). This 50-seat aircraft is capable of flying nearly 2000 miles (roughly Memphis to Seattle) at speeds exceeding 500 mph. The CRJ’s interior features comfortable leather seating, overhead bin storage and other amenities normally found on much larger jet aircraft. The CRJ is also among the world’s most quiet jets, providing those on the ground and on-board with unmatched comfort. While on the road the Tigers stay in accommodations of the highest standard and in many cases, give the squad an opportunity to explore new locales. Each of the past three seasons the Tigers have been able to explore New York’s Times Square during appearances in the NIT and the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic. The U of M returns to New York and Madison Square Garden this year, playing Wake Forest in the CVC Classic. During the past five years, Memphis has also played in tournaments in Maui, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. And along the way, the Tigers have stayed in hotel properties along Chicago’s Magnificent Mile and just a short walk from New Orleans’ French Quarter. Memphis also ventures to Chicago, Cincinnati, New Orleans and the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex during the season. The Tigers also have road games scheduled at the University of Illinois and Villanova University in Philadelphia.


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Memphis and John Calipari

n 11 collegiate coaching seasons, University of Memphis fourth-year coach John Calipari has led his teams to 10 postseason appearances. Calipari’s teams have appeared in the NCAA Tournament six times, advancing to the Final Four in 1996. Four other squads have appeared in the NIT, including Memphis’s 2002 NIT championship squad. Through 11 collegiate seasons, only four coaches in the history of the NCAA have won more games.

Calipari has also been responsible for raising money and making donations for improvements at the U of M’s tennis complex, air conditioning in the Elma Roane Fieldhouse and having courts resurfaced for use by Memphis students for outdoor basketball.

At the conclusion of his first season at Memphis, Calipari joined several area business leaders to form the Y.E.S. Foundation, an organization designed to educate middle school students about the importance of academics and athletics. Y.E.S., an acronym for Youth Education Through Sports, held its first camp on the U of M campus in August of 2001. Over 25 schools are currently taking part in the program.

Calipari begins his 12th season as a collegiate coach ranked 11th on the NCAA’s winningest active coaching list with a .721 winning percentage.

Not only did Calipari secure a shoe and apparel contract for the basketball program with Reebok, he also has helped with similar arrangements for several Olympic sports proHowever, Calipari’s success on the basket- grams at the University. ball court has been a microcosm to what he has meant to the U of M and the Mem- When he arrived, the University of Memphis phis community. had just opened a new Early in his tenure at the U of M, Calipari practice facility. In the began developing a relationship with Mem- past two years Calipari phis-based FedEx. The overnight courier has has directed improveemployed Memphis student-athletes in its ments which makes the internship program during the past four sum- Larry O. Finch Recremers. It is a program where the Tigers gain ation Facility one of the valuable experience in an area related to best of its kind and on a their field of study. scale with some of the top practice facilities in Calipari has also founded a program the NBA. Memphis’s locker called NetWorks. The program brings to- room at The Pyramid has also gether business leaders from throughout the been renovated. Lockers similar to community to network, find employment those in the Finch Center have been opportunities and place former U of M play- built in the arena while renovations ers following their playing careers. have also included a new lounge and meeting room with theater Calipari has made several financial contri- seating. butions to the University and has been honored by the Friends of the Ned McWherter Away from the University, CaliLibrary on the U of M campus. He presented pari is a sought after speaker. the U of M a check for $40,000 which re- He has made countless apsulted from a partnership between Calipari pearances on programs and Pace Cooper, president and CEO of such as The Daily Word with Cooper Companies, the owner of the res- Jim Rome, ESPN’s Outside taurant, Cal’s Championship Steakhouse in the Lines and CNN’s Sports the Hilton East Memphis. Tonight.


What Memphis Community Leaders Are Saying About Coach Calipari and U of M Basketball... Memphis City Mayor Dr. W.W. Herenton...“University of Memphis basketball and Coach John Calipari provide so much for our community. Not only are they a major source of sports excitement and fulfillment for Memphis sports fans, but their efforts in improving the community and changing lives are a great testament to what Coach Calipari and Tiger basketball are all about.” Shelby County Mayor A.C Wharton...“Tiger basketball always has been a focal point of community support and unity in Memphis, and Coach Calipari has played a vital role in helping to spread that community spirit beyond the basketball court. He reminds people why they are fans and what it means to be a Memphis Tiger.” United States Congressman Harold Ford, Jr...”The University of Memphis basketball program is what college basketball is all about - big-time competition within a close-knit community of fans and group of supporters. Coach Calipari, his staff and these student-athletes are taking the proud tradition of Tiger basketball to new levels within the community and on the hardwood. ” David J. Bronczek, President and C.E.O. FedEx Express...”The University of Memphis is very important to Memphis and very important to FedEx. Coach Callipari and his team are a great rallying point and unifying force in our community. Their performances on a national stage and their unselfish work in our community have been a source of pride for everyone who lives and works in our city.” Gary Shorb, President and C.E.O. Methodist Healthcare...”John Calipari has been an addition that Memphis and the University of Memphis needed. He is an outstanding leader - giving his time, energy and commitment to making the basketball program a national contender and Memphis a city that we can all be proud of. He has worked hard to help the children at LeBonheur since his arrival, and for that we are extremely greatful. Allie Prescott, Chairman of YES Foundation... “Coach John Calipari’s vision led to the birth of the YES Foundation, a program working with approximately 100 boys and girls basketball players from middle schools on the low performing list. This program uses the “hook” of athletics to motivate these children to enhanced academic achievement. These student athletes look up to Coach Cal and he is the ultimate inspiration which makes this program such a success. Everyone in our city knows that our future depends on the success of the children, and Coach Cal and his foundation are having an impact on the lives of these kids every single day.” Kevin Kane, President Memphis Convention and Visitors Bureau...“Since his arrival in Memphis, John Calipari has become not only an ambassador for the University of Memphis and its basketball program, but also an ambassador for our city as well. He has embraced the community and helped place a national spotlight on everything that is great about Memphis, Tennessee.” Mary McDonald, Superintendent Catholic Schools...“Coach Calipari builds more than basketball programs, he builds lives. John Calipari epitomizes the spirit of love and giving in sharing his time, talent and treasure with children throughout the greater Memphis community, particularly among the needy and disadvantaged in underserved areas of our city. We in the Catholic Schools are grateful to Coach Calipari for his selfless dedication to education and his commitment to strengthening family and community life in Memphis.” Ken Bennett, Executive Director Street Ministries...“Through the YES Foundation and the Reebok/ Memphis Basketball Initiative, Coach Cal has leveraged his influence to make a radical difference in the quality of life of our kids here at STREETS Ministries. His passion and effort for empowering the underprivileged in our community is unequalled.”


Memphis & The NBA T

he University of Memphis has a long-standing tradition of sending its players on to the National Basketball Association and professional leagues throughout the world. Two Tigers have also recently gone on to play for the most famous basketball team in the world, the Harlem Globetrotters. Memphis has had 41 players selected in the NBA draft. Currently four Tigers are playing in the NBA. One of the players in the league plays right here in Memphis for the Grizzlies. The Tigers are also represented on the rosters of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Phoenix Suns. The Tigers have had five lottery picks — Keith Lee (Chicago, 1985), William Bedford (Phoenix, 1986), Anfernee Hardaway (Golden State, 1993), Lorenzen Wright (LA Clippers, 1996) and Dajuan Wagner (Cleveland, 2002).


(Photos Clockwise from Above) The Finch Center weight room is equipped with just about every piece of equipment imaginable to get the Tigers in playing condition. The lounge area of the locker room includes a pool table as well as big screen television and stereo system. Adjacent to the lounge is the dressing room complete with individual wood locker cabinets. One side of the dressing room includes wood lockers containing jerseys and mementos of Memphis players playing in the NBA. Where once was a blank east wall now framed is a banner dedicated to the desire and dedication it takes to be a University of Memphis Tiger.


The Larry O. Finch Center A

way from The Pyramid, the Tigers have a worldclass practice facility in the Larry O. Finch Recreational Facility located on The University of Memphis campus. The 31,000 square foot center cost $3.2 million. It features a regulation court which runs east to west. With the removal of portable goals, the building can be divided into three north-south courts for intramural play. Besides the courts, the building features every amenity the Tigers could desire. Within a week of John Calipari’s hire at the U of M, the center’s weight room was equipped with $50,000 of state of the art weight and cardiovascular equipment through a generous donation from Memphis businessmen Richard Mercer, Harry Phillips and George Sneed. And in the past three years, the facility has continued to take shape. The locker room features individual wood lockers along two walls while built into another wall are open lockers featuring uniforms and mementoes from former Tigers in the NBA. Adjacent to the locker room is a player lounge which includes a pool table, big screen television and sound system.

Additional training equipment has been added to the weight room. The center’s fully-equipped training room includes heat packs, electrical stimulation units, ultrasound, whirlpools, three treatment and two taping tables as well as a separate doctor’s examination room. Also, the classroom which overlooks the court has been transformed into a dining area for post-practice meals for the team. The Larry O. Finch Center was dedicated Feb. 24, 2000. In Finch’s three years as a player at Memphis, the Tigers recorded a 63-21 record and either won or tied for two Missouri Valley Conference championships. He scored 1,869 career points and averaged 26.8 points in the 1973 NCAA Tournament when the Tigers advanced to the championship game. He was named all-America honorable mention by both The Associated Press and UPI and was a two-time Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year. As a coach, Finch is the all-time winningest coach in Tiger history, posting a 220-130 record in 11 seasons. Under his leadership the U of M advanced to the NCAA Tournament six times, including the Elite Eight in 1992 and the Sweet 16 in 1995.


The Pyramid

Not many basketball arenas in the nation can equal the prominence amidst a city’s skyline quite like The Pyramid in Memphis. Driving from the west, The Pyramid seems to grow out of the fertile fields of eastern Arkansas. Descending the bluffs on Riverside Drive to the south of downtown, the arena anchors the city’s skyline on the bank of the Mississippi River. And from the east, The Pyramid’s stainless steel finish can be blinding in the midmorning sun. The 32-story Pyramid is the third largest pyramid in the world and soars even taller than the Statue of Liberty or the Taj Mahal. The building pays homage to Memphis’s namesake — Memphis on the Nile. Seating capacity is approximately 21,000 for concerts while capacity for basketball is 20,004. With a footprint larger than six football fields, The Pyramid’s base covers 360,000 square feet. There is more than a half million square feet of usable space inside. The arena underwent a $7 million renovation as the NBA Grizzlies moved into the arena for the 2001-02 season. A new playing court and expanded club areas greeted Memphis fans for the 2002 season. An expanded media center was also included in the renovations. The University of Memphis’s locker room includes a marble entry way into a 2,200 square foot facility which includes a lounge, meeting room with theater seating, fully-equipped training room and dressing area. And while the Tigers occupy one of the finest dressing facilities in college basketball, the squad will move into a facility with four times the space and additional amenities when the Grizzlies move into their new home. The Pyramid celebrated its 11th anniversary last year. The U of M has compiled a 158-42 (.790) record in the building the past 12 seasons. In addition to being the home of The University of Memphis, the arena has served to first/second round NCAA games on three occasions, the women’s NCAA Mideast Regional Championship as well as three Conference USA tournaments.


Memphis Sports W hether it’s cheering on the University of Memphis Tigers, catching a Redbirds’ game downtown or following the touring professionals at the PGA FedEx St. Jude Golf Classic, when it comes to sports, the city of Memphis offers something for everyone. The U of M plays its home football games in the Liberty Bowl, which also plays host to the annual bowl game pitting the Conference USA champion against the Mountain West champion. The Tigers’ basketball games are played in The Pyramid which is home of Memphis’s NBA franchise, the Grizzlies. A new $250-million basketball arena, The FedEx Forum, is under construction in downtown Memphis and is expected to be completed by Fall of 2004. The Lady Tiger basketball and volleyball teams have a definite home-court advantage playing in the Elma Roane Fieldhouse located in the middle of The University’s main campus. The Memphis Redbirds have just wrapped up their third season in AutoZone Park. The University of Memphis played several of its home games in the 14,320-seat ballpark in 2002. The Memphis Redbirds are the only notfor-profit team in the country. All operating profits are put back into The Memphis Redbirds Baseball Foundation which funds two youth baseball programs, RBI (Returning Baseball to the Inner City) and STRIPES (Sports Teams Returning In the Public Education System). This year’s 46th annual FedEx St. Jude Classic continues to be one of the longest, continuous running sporting events

in the city’s history. The tournament adopted St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital as its beneficiary in 1970 and to date the event has generated over $13 million towards fighting childhood catastrophic diseases. Past champions have included such noted players as Greg Norman, Jack Nicklaus, Fred Couples, Nick Price and Curtis Strange. For race fans, there is Memphis Motorsports Park with its four distinctive racing venues. MMP features a ¾-mile paved oval which plays host to a NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series event in the summer and a NASCAR Busch Series race in the fall. The track’s quarter-mile dragstrip plays host to an NHRA event in September. The park also features a quarter-mile dirt oval as well as a road course. The Kroger St. Jude is one of only nine championship-level tennis tournaments in North America and one of only two in the world to be held in a private club. For 26 years, the sports brightest stars including 2002 U.S. Open champion Pete Sampras (pictured above right) have come to Memphis and have voted the February tournament among their favorite stops worldwide on the ATP Tour. Memphis also offers its citizens 10 public and 15 private golf courses throughout the city. There are also 230 parks (totaling over 23,000 acres), 17 public swimming pools, 26 community centers and 80 public tennis courts.


City of Memphis C onsidered the Home of the Blues and the Birthplace of Rock ’n Roll, the city of Memphis’s musical roots run deep. However, music is just a chapter in the history as well as the future of the city located in the heart of Mid-America. Memphis, named after the capital of ancient Egypt, boasts all the amenities you would expect in a city with over 1,000,000 residents while retaining the charm and downto-earth feel of a small town. Downtown is served by the Main Street Trolley. The trolley system, which first opened in April of 1993, currently consists of the Main Street Line which passes near such Memphis landmarks as Beale Street, the Pinch District, Court Square and the National Civil Rights Museum. The Riverfront Loop includes a station in front of The Pyramid and offers riders a unique vista of the Mississippi River. Memphis musical roots can be traced to band leader W.C. Handy who wrote the first blues song here in 1909, a campaign theme for Memphis mayor “Boss” Crump called “Boss Crump Blues” and later published as “The Memphis Blues.” The sound soon caught on and blues bands filled the clubs along Beale. Young musicians who performed along Beale included Muddy Waters, Furry Lewis, Albert King, Bobby “Blue” Bland and B.B. King. Where Beale Street meets the Mississippi River is Tom Lee Park, site of the annual Beale Street Music Festival. The weekendlong musical festival is just a part of the month-long Memphis in May International Festival which also includes the World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest and the Sunset Symphony.

Located just off Beale Street is the Peabody Place Retail and Entertainment Center which opened in the fall of 2001. The 300,000 square foot retail complex features a 22-screen theater as well as shops ranging from Tower Records and Books, the Gap and Ann Taylor Lofts. Another major tenant is Jillian’s, a multi-dimensional entertainment venue complete with a sports video cafe, dance club, billiards and more than 150 electronic simulation games.

Also located within a block of Beale is Gibson Guitar Memphis which includes factory tours and cultural exhibits. Also on the same property is the Smithsonian’s Rock ’n Soul Museum which includes artifacts documenting music’s past. Memphis’s musical roots also includes Stax and Hi-Records as well as Sun Records recording studios. Stax became known for “sweet soul music” through such artists as the MarKeys, Booker T. and the MGs, Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Sam and Dave and Isaac Hayes. The Soulsville U.S.A. Music Academy and the Museum of American Soul Music are located on the Stax Records site. One of Hi-Records premier artists was Al Green. Sun Records most famous recording artist was Elvis Presley and boasted Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash among its artists. Elvis Presley’s Graceland is one of the five most visited home tours in America and is the most famous home in America after the White House. In 1991, Graceland was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Over 600,000 visitors tour Graceland each year.


University of Memphis C ommitted to education and service in a metropolitan community, state and nation, The University of Memphis is a step ahead in developing programs to educate and train the area’s workforce. Two major new projects on campus are the Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management (top photo) and the FedEx Emerging Technology Complex. Situated on Central Avenue just north of the law school, the Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality began operations in the spring. Memphis entrepreneur and Holiday Inns founder Wilson built the $15 million, 82-suite hotel as a gift to The University. The school operates as part of the Fogelman College of Business and Economics. Students majoring in hospitality management must complete the University’s general education requirements as well as basic business courses as part of the hospitality curriculum. The University of Memphis and FedEx Corporation broke ground May 2, 2001 on a facility that will blow the circuits off traditional forms of education. The Fed Ex Emerging Technology Complex’s primary goal will be to dramatically increase the skill level of the greater Memphis workforce with technologically-talented, globally-oriented and critically-minded graduates. Students will graduate with a blend of both a traditional academic degree from any discipline offered by The University as well as recognized practical accomplishments. Initial efforts in the program will focus on Broadband Internet Content and Delivery, Virtual Reality, Wireless Telecommunication and Rapid Application Development. Also just completed is the Student Plaza (middle photo). Just east of the plaza is the Michael D. Rose Lecture Hall which was completed in 2001 and provides seating for up to 1,000 in an auditorium configuration for student and other university events, lectures and films. To the south of the new plaza is the University Center while the Administration Building is located adjacent to the plaza on the west side. The University Bookstore (bottom photo) opened in the fall of 2002. In addition to class supplies and text books, the bookstore is home to an on-campus spirit store and a coffee shop.


University of Memphis T he University of Memphis may be considered an urban university but the U of M campus’s appearance is far from just brick and mortar. The U of M is located in a suburban, residential area of the city some nine miles from downtown Memphis. The campus has several “green areas” including Alumni Mall which is bordered by academic buildings on the east and west as well as one of the University’s signature buildings, The Administration Building to the north. The University of Memphis has received the Mayor’s Award of Excellence from the Memphis City Beautiful Commission for having the best overall exterior appearance of local schools, hospitals and businesses. Criteria included contribution to the neighborhood, waste handling and litter prevention, and horticultural improvements. The University of Memphis offers 15 bachelor’s degrees in more than 50 majors and 70 concentrations, master’s degrees in 46 subjects and doctoral degrees in 21 disciplines, in addition to the Juris Doctor (law) and a specialist degree in education. The U of M campus is located on 1,160 acres with nearly 200 buildings at more than four sites. Opened in 1912 as a teacher training college, The University of Memphis has grown into one of the largest comprehensive universities in the southeast United States. Still offering the teaching, research and service functions it was founded to provide, The U of M has established five destination areas: information technology, international studies, performing arts, public health and undergraduate education. The University of Memphis is one of Tennessee’s two comprehensive institutions of higher learning. The U of M is the flagship of the Tennessee Board of Regents system. It awards more than 3,000 degrees annually. With an enrollment of over 20,000 students, The University of Memphis has 25 Chairs of Excellence, more than any other Tennessee university, and five state-approved centers of excellence. The centers of excellence include the Center for Applied Psychological Research, the Center for Earthquake Research and Information, the Center for Research Initiatives and Strategies for the Communicatively Impaired, the Center for Research in Educational Policy and the Institute of Egyptian Art and Archeology Research and Information Center. While students entering Tennessee universities average ACT scores are 20 and the national average is 21, the average ACT score for students entering The University of Memphis is 22.


National Exposure B

asketball can be the city’s pulse when it comes Memphis. But basketball at the University of Memphis extends beyond the city’s boundaries. The Tigers receive their fair share of national exposure whether it is a preseason story in USA Today, an update on recruiting by ESPN.com or a player profile during a CBS network triple-header. In the three seasons John Calipari has been at the helm of the U of M program, the Tigers have made 32 national television appearances – 15 appearances on ESPN, 14 on ESPN2, two on CBS as well as an appearance on ABC. This year, the University of Memphis will play on national television 11 times during the regular season. The Tigers appear on ESPN or ESPN2 nine times starting with the season opener Nov. 13th against Wake Forest at the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic played in New York’s Madison Square Garden. The Tigers also appear on ABC twice this season when they play at Louisville Feb. 28th and at Cincinnati March 6th. A number of games not broadcast nationally will be televised locally by WLMT-TV in Memphis and several games are carried regionally as part of the league’s ESPN+ package. Over the last three years, all but one of the Tigers’ 102 games have been broadcast. Last season every Tiger game was carried live in the Memphis television market. In addition to national attention, Memphis basketball is covered extensively by the area’s media outlets. WMC-AM 790 is the flagship station of the Memphis Radio Network and not only broadcasts every game but also lengthy pregame and postgame shows. WMC is also the home of the John Calipari Radio Show. WLMT’s sister station, WPTY, is the host of the Memphis Basketball Show which airs each Sunday night during the season and features game highlights, player interviews, university features and commentary by Calipari. Information on the Tigers is also updated throughout the season and available on the U of M athletic department website, goTIGERSgo.com.

(Top) 2002 Owens Corning NIT Most Valuable Player Dajuan Wagner and U of M basketball coach John Calipari are interviewed by ESPN analyst Bill Raftery after the Tigers captured the NIT championship in Madison Square Garden in March. Following a road win, Antonio Burks and Modibo Diarra (above) are interviewed by WMC’s Dave Woloshin during the Tigers’ postgame show.


Memphis Quick Facts GENERAL INFORMATION Name of School: City/Zip: Founded: Enrollment: Nickname: School Colors: Arena (Capacity): Affiliation: Conference: President: Director of Athletics: Athletic Dept. Phone:

University of Memphis Memphis, TN 38152 1912 20,332 Tigers Royal Blue & Gray The Pyramid (20,004) NCAA Division I Conference USA Dr. Shirley Raines R.C. Johnson (901) 678-2335

HISTORY First Year of Basketball: All-Time Record NCAA Trn. Appearances: NIT Appearances:

1920-21 1201-773 (.608) 17 (18-17 Record) 15 (16-14 Record)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach:

Record at Memphis: Collegiate Record: Basketball Office Phone: Assistant Coaches:

John Calipari (Clarion State, ’82) 71-31/.696 (3 seasons) 264-102/.721 (11 seasons) (901) 678-2346 Tony Barbee (Massachusetts, ’93) Derek Kellogg (Massachusetts, ’95) Ed Schilling (Miami-Ohio, ’88)

Coordinator, Basketball Operations:Milt Wagner Director, Performance Enhancement: Ray Oliver (Kansas, ’84) Basketball Trainer: Jennifer Bricker (Anderson, ’97)

TEAM INFORMATION 2002-03 Record: 2002-03 C-USA Record: Starters Returning/Lost: Lettermen Returning/Lost:

23-7 13-3 (1st/National Division) 3/2 8/4

ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS Media Relations Contact: SID Office Phone: Home Phone: E-Mail: SID Fax: Press Row Phone: Mailing/Shipping Address: Website Address:

Lamar Chance (901) 678-2337 TBA TBA (901) 678-4134 (901) 527-9943 570 Normal, Room 203 Memphis, TN 38152 www.goTIGERSgo.com

2003-2004 Schedule Nov. 4 # UNIVERSAL ALL STARS

7:00 pm

Nov. 13 ^ vs. Wake Forest

6:00 pm

Nov. 18 # TEAM GEORGIA

7:00 pm

Nov. 22

FORDHAM

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Nov. 29

AUSTIN PEAY STATE

7:00 pm

Dec. 3

TENNESSEE-MARTIN

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Dec. 6

at Ole Miss

5:00 pm

Dec. 13

at Illinois

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Dec. 17

BELMONT

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Dec. 22

SAMFORD

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Dec. 27

MISSOURI

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Dec. 29

OAKLAND

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CHARLOTTE

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HOUSTON

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USF

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Jan. 31

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LOUISVILLE

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UAB

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Feb. 24 *

SOUTHERN MISS

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TCU

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Table of Contents UP FRONT

C-USA

An inside look at the University of Memphis, Tiger Basketball and the city of Memphis.

Along with information on Conference USA, check out statistics from the 2002-03 season as well as a conference-encompassing schedule and 2004 NCAA Tournament bracket.

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2004 PREVIEW The University of Memphis looks to build on a 2003 NCAA Tournament berth for the upcoming 2004 season. A position-by-position look at the Tigers as well as broadcast roster is included in this section.

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COACHING STAFF Meet University of Memphis coach John Calipari and the Tiger coaching staff.

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THE TIGERS Get to know the 2003-04 Tigers and take a look at their career and game-by-game statistics as well as additional inside information.

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THE OPPONENTS Memphis opens the 2002-03 season against Wake Forest at the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic. In addition to the challenge of the Conference USA schedule, the Tigers will play opponents from the Big 10, Big 12, Big East and Southeastern Conference.

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Credits Editor: Ron Mears and Ryan Powell. C o v e r D e s i g n : Disciple Design. P h o t o g r a p h y : Troy Glasgow, Charles Small, Richard T. Clifton, Gil Michaels and Contrast Photography. P r i n t i n g : EBSCO Media, Birmingham, AL 35233.

Mission Statement

The primary mission of the department of athletics at the University of Memphis is to provide a successful athletic program at the highest level

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YEAR IN REVIEW Take a look back at the Tigers’ run to an NCAA Tournament berth in 2003. In addition to season notes, this section includes statistics, box scores and a look back at the careers of seniors Chirs Massie, Earl Barron and Nathaniel Root.

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TIGER HISTORY The University of Memphis’s all-time individual and team statistical leaders. Also included in this section are series records, all-time results and more on the history of the U of M program.

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THE UNIVERSITY Information on the University of Memphis and its athletic department.

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MEDIA INFO Media services, credentials and policies, Pyramid diagram and athletic directory along with maps of the U of M and the city.

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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. UOM33-0304/5.5M

What’s Inside Academics ........................................... 227 All-Americans ....................................... 143 All-Time Coaching Records ................. 202 All-Time Lettermen................................ 199 All-Time Results ...................................... 170 Annual Leaders .................................... 135 Assistant Coaches .................................. 35 Athletic Director.................................... 219 Athletic Directory .................................. 239 Athletic Facilities ................................... 230 Athletic Staff Bios .................................. 221 Box Scores, 2002-03 ............................. 111 Broadcast Roster .................................... 26 Calipari, John ......................................... 29 Charting the Tigers .................................. 74 Coaches vs. Cancer Classic .................. 78 Conference USA ..................................... 93 C-USA Schedule ..................................... 99 C-USA Tournament .................................. 98 Final Four Results ................................... 214 Finch Center ........................................... 12 History ................................................... 190 Honors & Awards .................................. 144 Individual Records ................................ 129 Maps, Campus & City .......................... 240 Media Information................................ 235 Memphis, City of ...................................... 6 NBA, Tigers in the .................................... 14 NCAA Box Scores ................................. 184 NCAA Bracket ....................................... 100 100 Point Games.................................. 148 1,000 Point Scorers ............................... 140 Opponents ............................................. 79 Overtime Games ................................. 147 Player Profiles ......................................... 43 Polls ....................................................... 206 President ............................................... 217 Preview, 2002-03 .................................... 19 Pyramid, The ................................... 10, 229 Pyramid Records .................................. 138 Results, 2002-03 .................................... 105 Retired Jerseys ..................................... 204 Review, 2002-03 ................................... 103 Schedule, 2003-04 ................................... 2 Series Records ...................................... 156 Statistics, 2002-03 ................................. 106 Team Records ...................................... 133 Televised Games .................................. 154 30-Point Games ................................... 146 Tiger Sports Properties .......................... 238 Tiger Traditions ....................................... 232 Travel Plans .............................................. 90 Tournaments ......................................... 149 University of Memphis ....................... 4, 218


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ALMAMY THIERO

JEREMY HUNT

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6-10, 250, Freshman Mali, West Africa

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DUANE ERWIN

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6-9, 238, Junior Huntsville, Ala.

6-5, 200, Junior Memphis, Tenn.

6-10, 225, Junior Yaoundé, Cameroon

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IVAN LOPEZ

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6-4, 205, Sophomore Atlanta, Ga.

6-8, 236, Freshman Aguadilla, Puerto Rico

6-6, 206, Freshman Oradell, N.J.

6-11, 252, Junior Mali, West Africa

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JOHN CALIPARI

6-8, 256, Junior Camden, N.J.

Fourth Season Moon, Pa.

Modibo Diarra .............. MO-DEE-BO DEE-ar-uh Duane Erwin ................ Du-wahn Simplice Njoya ............. Sim-PLEAS N-JOY-uh Almamy Thiero ............. Ahl-Mah-MEE Cheer-O

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2004 ROSTERS Memphis Numerical Roster No. 0 1 3 5 10 11 12 14 23 31 32 45 55

Name Clyde Wade Antonio Burks Almamy Thiero Jeremy Hunt Rodney Carney Duane Erwin Billy Richmond Simplice Njoya* Anthony Rice Ivan Lopez Sean Banks Modibo Diarra Arthur Barclay

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

Ht. 6-0 6-0 6-10 6-4 6-7 6-9 6-5 6-10 6-4 6-8 6-6 6-11 6-8

Wt. 180 201 250 206 205 238 200 225 205 236 206 252 256

Cl. So. Sr. Fr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr.

Hometown/Previous School Memphis, Tenn./Kingsbury HS/Winchendon School Memphis, Tenn./B.T. Washington HS/Hiwassee College Mali, West Africa/Mt. Zion Academy Memphis, Tenn./Craigmont HS Indianapolis, Ind./Northwest HS Huntsville, Ala./Lee HS Memphis, Tenn./Hamilton HS/Vanderbilt Yaounde, Cameroon/The Masters School/Duquesne Atlanta, Ga./North Clayton HS Aguadilla, Puerto Rico/Ryan Academy HS Oradell, N.J./Bergen Catholic HS Mali, West Africa/Notre Dame Prep Camden, N.J./Camden HS

Memphis Alphabetical Roster No. 32 55 1 10 45 11 5 31 14 23 12 3 0

Name Sean Banks Arthur Barclay Antonio Burks Rodney Carney Modibo Diarra Duane Erwin Jeremy Hunt Ivan Lopez Simplice Njoya* Anthony Rice Billy Richmond Almamy Thiero Clyde Wade

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

Ht. 6-6 6-8 6-0 6-7 6-11 6-9 6-4 6-8 6-10 6-4 6-5 6-10 6-0

Wt. 206 256 201 205 252 238 206 236 225 205 200 250 180

Cl. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So.

Hometown/Previous School Oradell, N.J./Bergen Catholic HS Camden, N.J./Camden HS Memphis, Tenn./B.T. Washington HS/Hiwassee College Indianapolis, Ind./Northwest HS Mali, West Africa/Notre Dame Prep Huntsville, Ala./Lee HS Memphis, Tenn./Craigmont HS Aguadilla, Puerto Rico/Ryan Academy HS Yaounde, Cameroon/The Masters School/Duquesne Atlanta, Ga./North Clayton HS Memphis, Tenn./Hamilton HS/Vanderbilt Mali, West Africa/Mt. Zion Academy Memphis, Tenn./Kingsbury HS/Winchendon School

Head Coach: John Calipari (Clarion State, 1982) Assistant Coaches: Tony Barbee (Massachusetts, 1993), Derek Kellogg (Massachusetts, 1995) & Ed Schilling (Miami, Ohio, 1988) Coordinator, Basketball Operations: Milt Wagner Director, Performance Enhancement: Ray Oliver (Kansas, 1984) Basketball Trainer: Jennifer Bricker (Anderson, 1997) * Transfer from Duquesne who is ineligible 2003-04.


2004 PREVIEW Top Returning Individual Statistical Leaders All Games Games Played

Games Started Field Goals Field Goal Attempts Field Goal Percentage Three-Point Goals Three-Point Attempts Three-Point Percentage Free Throws Made Free Throw Attempts Free Throw Percentage Rebounds (Total) Rebounds Average Offensive Rebounds Defensive Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Points Points Average

Conference USA Games Rodney Carney Anthony Rice Duane Erwin Anthony Rice Rodney Carney Anthony Rice Duane Erwin Anthony Rice Anthony Rice Anthony Rice Jeremy Hunt Billy Richmond Antonio Burks Rodney Carney Rodney Carney Rodney Carney Rodney Carney Antonio Burks Rodney Carney Antonio Burks Rodney Carney Rodney Carney

30 30 30 29 102 250 .531 56 153 .366 49 90 .714 144 4.8 41 103 140 46 34 294 9.8

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Games Started Field Goals Field Goal Attempts Field Goal Percentage Three-Point Goals Three-Point Attempts Three-Point Percentage Free Throws Made Free Throw Attempts Free Throw Percentage Rebounds (Total) Rebounds Average Offensive Rebounds Defensive Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals Points Points Average

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Rodney Carney Anthony Rice Duane Erwin Anthony Rice Antonio Burks Anthony Burks Duane Erwin Anthony Rice Anthony Rice Anthony Rice Jeremy Hunt Antonio Burks Jeremy Hunt Antonio Burks Rodney Carney Rodney Carney Rodney Carney Duane Erwin Rodney Carney Antonio Burks Duane Erwin Antonio Burks Rodney Carney Rodney Carney

16 16 16 15 70 137 .571 56 153 .366 28 28 46 .700 68 4.3 15 15 53 90 21 22 169 12.1


2004 PREVIEW more. He always tried to defend better, rebound, take charges and run the floor.” Additionally Memphis welcomes signee Ivan Lopez. The six-foot-nine power forward spent his senior year of high school at Ryan Academy in Virginia where he helped guide the school to a 38-2 record. Lopez averaged 22 points and 15 rebounds a contest in his one season at the academy. As a junior at Miami (Fla.) Christian, he had averages of 14 points and 10 rebounds helping lead that school to a state championship.

NEW S TANDARD With no true go-to player which comes to mind this year, Calipari will look for more balanced scoring from this year’s squad. And history is on this club’s side when it comes to balance. In Calipari’s three seasons Memphis is 26-2 when five players score in double figures. “You have six guys on this team who don’t need to take a lot of shots and still score in double figures,” he said. “That may be what the standard is from here on. I’m excited. The future is great with these guys back and most of them around at least another two years.”

T HE S CHEDULE The University of Memphis and Madison Square Garden … the tandem have become pretty much synonymous when you start talking about college basketball. The Tigers will make their fourth appearance in as many years in the storied arena when they take on Wake Forest in the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic to open the season Nov. 13. Last year the U of M defeated eventual national champion Syracuse in the same event. While Memphis has a late December home date with Missouri, this year’s schedule is definitely top heavy with quality road opponents. The nonconference schedule includes road games at Illinois, Ole Miss and Villanova. A new look to the Conference USA

schedule is also in store for the 2004 sea- NCAA Attendance son. The two-division format in which Division I Basketball league schools did not play three 2002 Attendance Leaders nondivisional opponents has gone to the Rk. School ................ Average (Total) wayside. New this year is a 16-game for- 1. Kentucky .......... 22,271 (289,526) 2. Syracuse ........... 20,921 (355,663) mat in which each C-USA school will play 3. Louisville ........... 19,037 (342,672) one another. Additionally, each team will 4. North Carolina ... 18,688 (336,384) play a mirror game against three schools 5. Maryland .......... 17,566 (281,057) in home-and-home series based on rival- 6. Wisconsin ......... 16,930 (287,818) 7. Memphis .......... 16,643 (266,283) ries, geography and television. 8. Indiana ............. 16,527 (198,321) Memphis coach John Calipari has 9. Kansas ............. 16,300 (260,800) been a proponent of the new system 10. Ohio State ......... 16,057 (256,914) 11. Marquette ......... 15,533 (248,851) which should help the league’s strength 12. New Mexico ...... 15,186 (258,161) of schedule. But Calipari probably had no 13. Illinois .............. 15,165 (212,303) idea what type of league schedule Mem- 14. Arkansas .......... 14,790 (236,638) phis would face when he was lobbying 15. Michigan State ... 14,759 (236,144) 16. Arizona ............. 14,562 (218,427) for the new format. 17. Brigham Young .. 14,468 (202,556) The Tigers do have a home-and-home 18. Tennessee ......... 13,730 (233,413) series slated with Louisville. The Tigers 19. North Carolina St. 13,563 (217,012) play home-and-home series with South- 20. Iowa ................. 13,235 (238,233) ern Miss and TCU as well. Division I All Games Memphis opens league play on the Attendance road at USM which has won three of the Rk. School ..................... Attendance last four games played against the U of M 1. Syracuse ........................ 686,997 in Hattiesburg. The road schedule also in- 2. Kansas .......................... 649,809 cludes DePaul, Tulane, East Carolina, Mar- 3. Kentucky ...................... 644,596 4. Michigan State ............... 566,814 quette and Cincinnati. 5. North Carolina ................ 562,670 DePaul is coming off an NIT appear- 6. Marquette ...................... 530,317 ance under first-year coach Dave Leitao. 7. Indiana ......................... 518,414 Louisville ........................ 516,217 Tulane has a tremendous home-court 8. 9. Maryland ...................... 514,318 advantage with cozy Fogelman Arena and 10. Illinois .......................... 510,355 gave the Tigers all they could handle last 11. Texas ............................. 488,617 year in New Orleans. Memphis visits East 12. Wisconsin ..................... 487,245 13. Ohio State ..................... 469,620 Carolina for the first time ever. In addi- 14. Connecticut ................... 456,903 tion to the unknown there is the fact that 15. Missouri ....................... 440,537 the Pirates have knocked off Marquette 16. Notre Dame .................. 436,462 17. Oklahoma ..................... 433,402 at home the past two years. Memphis has 18. Duke ............................ 430,391 not played Marquette in Milwaukee in four 19. Pittsburgh ..................... 426,653 years. This season it will be against a Mar- 20. Alabama ........................ 424,171 quette team which is the defending con- 22. Memphis ....................... 414,270 ference champions as well as a squad Division I Total Home Attendance coming off a Final Four season. Then there’s Cincinnati on the road in the regu- Rk. School ..................... Attendance lar-season finale. After winning seven 1. Syracuse ....................... 355,663 Louisville ........................ 342,672 straight Conference USA championships 2. 3. North Carolina ............... 336,384 the Bearcats will be looking to rebound 4. Kentucky ...................... 289,526 from last year’s fourth-place divisional fin- 5. Wisconsin ..................... 287,818 6. Maryland ....................... 281,057 ish. 7. Memphis ...................... 266,283 The Tigers will also play host to Char- 8. Kansas .......................... 260,800 lotte, Houston, South Florida, Saint Louis 9. New Mexico .................. 258,161 10. Ohio State ..................... 256,914 and UAB.

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2004 PREVIEW C-USA Series Capsules Robert McCullum begins his first season as coach at USF (15-14, 7-9) ... McCullum led Western Michigan to the NIT in 2003 ... both big man Will McDonald and point guard Reggie Kohn are gone but the Bulls return Jimmy Baxter who averaged 14.5 points and two other starters ... Memphis holds a commanding 15-3 lead in its series. TCU (9-19, 3-13) returns junior guard Corey Santee who averaged 16.2 points last year ... this is the second season for former Kansas assistant Neil Dougherty who will be united with his son, freshman Niel Jr., making them only the second father-son tandem in Conference USA history ... the other was former Memphis coach Larry Finch and his son Larry Jr., from 1995-97 ... Memphis holds a 7-0 lead in its series with the Horned Frogs ... TCU is one of three conference opponents the Tigers will play twice. Tulane (16-15, 8-8) loses four starters off last year’s squad ... Wayne Tinsley is the clear veteran on the Green Wave squad and ranks among the top 10 in career starts at Tulane ... Tinsley averaged 6.9 points and 38.8 rebounds last year as a junior ... Tulane is another former National Division opponent the Tigers will face just once this season as the U of M travels to New Orleans in January ... Memphis holds a 30-9 lead in its series with the Green Wave. Mike Anderson had the most successful season of any first-year coach at UAB (21-13, 8-8) ... the Blazers upset Marquette at the C-USA Tournament and advanced to the third round of the NIT ... the Blazers return four starters off last year’s squad ... senior Morris Finley is one of three returning players to average double figures in scoring last year at 18.3 per game ... UAB led the nation in steals a year ago, averaging 11.6 per game ... Memphis holds a 19-8 lead in its series with the Blazers.

athletic – that can then stand there and shoot.” Another player expected to contribute in the paint with a similar build as Carney is newcomer Sean Banks. A true freshman from Englewood, N.J., the six-foot-nine wing player averaged 20.6 points and 9.4 rebounds at Bergen Catholic during his senior season. Banks earned all-state honors his junior and senior years and guided his high school to the New Jersey Class A state championship as a junior. For the first time under Calipari, Memphis will not have a proven returning post player. The Tigers do however return three underclassmen and a new signee who could shore up the middle. Returning is junior Duane Erwin who played in all 30 games a year ago starting nine as well as senior Modibo Diarra. Diarra has started 30 of the 73 games in which he has played. Also back at midyear will be junior Arthur Barclay who did not play on last year’s squad. Erwin returns after averaging 2.1 points and 3.0 rebounds last year as a sophomore. The Huntsville, Ala., native also ranked 11th last year in the league in blocks, averaging 1.23 per game. “Duane has a great opportunity this year,” Calipari said. “He has come into this program and grown each year. Academically, he has a chance to graduate within three years. Physically he has gained weight every year and has gotten better.” “He had to go up against Kelly Wise as a freshman. He had to go against Chris Massie and Earl Barron as a sophomore. For a skinny kid from Alabama being thrown up against that type of competition, he did well. This is his opportunity to

shine.” Diarra was one of Calipari’s first signees and will be the first four-year player during the Calipari era. Last year he averaged 1.0 points and 1.7 rebounds while playing in 15 games. “Modibo has made wonderful improvement each year on and off the court,” Calipari said. “He has a great opportunity this year to get quality minutes. The best part is that he is on line to get his college degree.” Joining Diarra last year from his native Mali was Almamy Thiero. Surgery sidelined Thiero last year and will be noted as a redshirt freshman for the 2003-04 season. Two years ago at Mount Zion Christian School in Durham, N.C., he averaged 18 points, 12 rebounds and a blocked shot. Off the court he was his senior class’s salutatorian. “It was really unfortunate the injury Almamy had last year and he had the same leg operated on again this summer,” Calipari said. “You are talking about an absolute warrior the way he plays. He will run down loose balls and rebounds. His perimeter skills are okay for a guy his size. We are looking for him to shore up that front line.” Barclay did not play after midseason of his rookie season in 2001-02 due to patella tendinitis of his left knee. He did average 2.6 points and 2.1 rebounds in the 18 games in which he appeared. The New Jersey native’s status for the year remains unclear as he continues to rehab his knee. “When he played for us the reason he played is he did everything we wanted him to do,” Calipari said. “He didn’t try to do

“This team knows it belongs in post-season play but more importantly, they know they can advance in post-season.” Head Coach John Calipari

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2004 PREVIEW “Jeremy has great size. He can play the point, he can play the two and he can play at the three,” Calipari said. “He’s not great in any area but he is very good in all areas – whether it is defending, whether it is shooting, whether it is handling the ball or passing. His challenge is to now take all that to a higher level.” Billy Richmond played in 21 games at Memphis last year after transferring from Vanderbilt. In his first career game as a Tiger he scored a team-high 22 points against Missouri. His last-minute heroics against Villanova including the go-ahead bucket with 12.6 seconds to play gave the Tigers

their second win last year against a Big East School. For the year Richmond averaged 8.5 points and 3.5 rebounds. He would miss his first 18 three-point attempts of his career at Memphis before finishing the year knocking down six of his final eight attempts from behind the arc. “Billy has a chance of being an outstanding player,” Calipari said. “He could make his mark by just saying, ‘you know what, I’m going to lock up on people. They are not scoring on me. I’m going to be the best there is.’ The second part of that is offensively he needs to develop a game that can help his team.” Memphis also has one of the best walk-on point guards in the country in sophomore Clyde Wade. He played in 25 games and started one last year as a rookie. While his assists and scoring averages are just over one per game he provided a pivotal role off the bench last year. “Clyde has really been one of the best walk-ons I have been around because of his energy, his athleticism, his speed and quickness,” Calipari said. “He really did some good things in games last year. Hopefully in the near future we will be able to scholarship him like we did (Nathaniel) Root.”

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Sophomore forward Rodney Carney started 26 games as a true freshman and led the team with 46 blocks.

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The Tigers will continue to be athletic at the wings with the return of sophomore Rodney Carney, the flexibility of Rice and Richmond as well as the addition of Sean Banks. Carney was named to the all-Conference USA Freshman Team last year when he averaged 9.8 points and 4.8 rebounds. He finished the year ranked fourth in CUSA averaging 1.53 blocks per game finishing with a team-high 46 rejections. “Rodney is as good an athlete as I have ever coached at any level,” Calipari said. “He has speed, quickness and jumping ability. I have never seen anyone that athletic – (former U of M forward and current Harlem Globetrotter) Michael Wilson

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C-USA Series Capsules Houston (8-20, 6-10) loses Louis Truscott who averaged 15.3 points and 11.2 rebounds but returns junior guard Andre Owens who averaged 13.9 points, 5.1 rebounds and 3.2 assists a year ago ... the Tigers hold a 12-9 lead in the series and will play the former National Division rival just once this year under Conference USA’s new format. Louisville (25-7, 11-5) returns 11 lettermen but loses three starters off last year’s C-USA Tournament championship squad ... with the loss of Reece Gaines, sophomore Francisco Garcia is UL’s returning leading scorer at 11.2 points per game ... Louisville holds a 4832 edge in its series with the Tigers after last year’s split. Memphis will play Marquette (27-6, 14-2) for the first time in three years and the first time in the Bradley Center since John Calipari’s tenure ... the Golden Eagles are coming off a Final Four season but lose All-American Dwyane Wade as well as its second-leading scorer and top rebounder Robert Jackson ... junior Travis Diener averaged 11.8 points and had 184 assists last year ... Memphis’s series with Marquette is tied at 12-12.

Saint Louis (16-14, 9-7) won its final seven regular-season games a year ago starting with a 59-58 victory over then, No. 2 Louisville ... the Billikens lose standout Marque Perry but return senior Josh Fisher who is on pace to finish in the top five all-time at SLU in both assists and steals ... Fisher averaged 8.2 points an outing last year ... Memphis holds a 30-23 lead in its series with the Billikens. Southern Miss (1316, 5-11) returns its top five scorers from a year ago including senior Charles Gaines who averaged 15.1 points and 9.6 rebounds to lead the Golden Eagles ... all told, USM returns 87 percent of its scoring along with 84 percent of the team’s rebounding ... Southern Miss is one of three mirror series for the Tigers who own a 46-22 lead in the series but have lost three of its last four in Hattiesburg.


2004 PREVIEW C-USA Series Capsules Charlotte (13-16, 8-8) will look to rebound after suffering just its second losing season since the mid-1980s ... the 49ers return their leading scorer from a year ago Demon Brown who set school and league records with 137 three-pointers ... Charlotte also welcomes 7-0 freshman center Martin Iti who was tabbed the nation’s top center prospect ... the Memphis/Charlotte series is tied at 5-5 and the teams will meet in Memphis for the first time since 2000. Cincinnati (17-12, 9-7) had its streak of seven regular-season Conference USA championships end last year ... the Bearcats did receive an atlarge bid to the NCAA Tournament marking the 12th straight year the ’Cats were invited to the Big Dance ... Cincinnati loses its top scorer from last year, Leonard Stokes, but returns nine lettermen including three starters ... returning junior Jason Maxiel averaged 11.9 points and 6.7 rebounds last year ... UC holds a 34-27 lead in the series with Memphis and will host the Tigers in the regular-season finale. Last year rookie coach Dave Leitao led DePaul (16-13, 88) to an NIT appearance ... the Blue Demons return four starters off last season’s squad including senior forward Delonte Holland who averaged 10.9 points and 3.6 rebounds ... DePaul also returns one of the league’s leading rebounders in Andre Brown who averaged 9.4 points in addition to 9.0 rebounds ... Memphis did not play the Blue Demons last year ... the Tigers lead the series 13-11 and have won the previous two meetings. East Carolina (12-15, 3-13) returns four starters as well as seven of its top eight scorers from the previous year ... Junior Moussa Badiane is ECU’s all-time leading shot blocker with 149 and is on track to become the third player in C-USA history to block 200 shots ... senior forwards Erroyl Bing and Gabriel Mikulas are both on pace to score 1,000 career points ... Memphis, which won its previous meeting with ECU 7349 last year, travels to Greenville, N.C. for the first time ... the Pirates beat Marquette at home last year 73-70.

and Rodney Carney adds that middle game and Billy Richmond plays within the way we want him to play, we’re pretty good.” Carney, Rice and Hunt each made 30 or more three-pointers. And with the spotlight being a strong perimeter game, the Tigers will obviously have plenty of athleticism and speed which along with defense are trademarks of Calipari-coached teams. “We are going to be a fast team,” Calipari said. “Our offense starts fast with a point guard like Antonio Burks and then you have Jeremy and Anthony and a guy like Rodney who flat out flies.” The personnel of this year’s Memphis squad lends itself to the Tigers using two wings who can play the three and four as well as guards comfortable with playing the point and shooting guard positions. The game plan is very similar to Calipari’s UMass squads. “The two wings could always guard the position, were active rebounders and tough,” said Calipari. “We are able to do that now. When you start speaking about threes, you’ve got Rodney Carney and Sean Banks. Both of their wing spans make them about seven feet tall. You have Duane Erwin and Almamy Thiero who are both 6-9, very long and active. Then you have Billy Richmond and Anthony Rice if we need them to play there.”

T HE P ERIMETER In a word the Tigers enter the season loaded at the guard position and it all starts with returning point guard Antonio Burks. The senior was an all-Conference USA third-team selection last year when he ranked second in the league with a 5.60 assists per game average. He also averaged 9.7 points and had a 2.64 assist/turnover ratio. The Memphis native begins his final season ranked ninth in career assists with 322. When Burks has at least seven assists, the Tigers are 17-1 all-time. “Antonio Burks is online to get a college degree and if he plays like a point

guard, he has a chance to get drafted,” Calipari said. “He needs to run the team and become the best defending point guard in the country where he doesn’t just try to steal balls but locks you up and makes plays. And he just needs to make open shots, not create shots. “If he does all that, the story which will be written is going to be unbelievable … a college degree and an opportunity to play professionally. I am so happy for him.” Besides Burks, the Tigers return Jeremy Hunt, Anthony Rice, Billy Richmond and Clyde Wade at guard. Rice joins Burks to give the Tigers a returning backcourt from a year ago. Rice has played in every game of his two-year career and started 29 of 30 games last year. He averaged 8.0 points, 2.8 rebounds and 2.4 assists last year as a sophomore. The Atlanta native also knocked down 56 three-pointers last year, the seventh most in school history. And in two seasons Rice has made 104 career treys, which also ranks seventh in the Tiger record book. “Anthony works as hard as any player I have seen,” Calipari said. “When you talk about practice and effort he gives me everything he has and does the same in the weight room. The next step for him is his ball handling skills. Not only does he need to make his open shots but he has to create opportunities and open shots for his teammates.” Sophomore Jeremy Hunt may have been the biggest surprise on last year’s squad. After not playing in the Tigers’ two exhibitions he debuted in the U of M’s season opener against eventual national champion Syracuse as the starting point guard. In control and with poise, Hunt scored a team-high 19 points, had seven rebounds and a game-high seven assists in a 70-63 win over Syracuse at the AT&T Wireless Coaches vs. Cancer Classic. He missed 10 games because of foot surgery, but in 20 games averaged 9.4 points, 2.5 rebounds and 2.5 assists.

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2004 Memphis Basketball Preview The dynamics of this year’s University of Memphis basketball team will be like none other during John Calipari’s tenure. Calipari’s previous three teams at the U of M featured an imposing post player. Kelly Wise was a twotime, first-team all-Conference USA pick who helped lead the Tigers to an NIT title and back-to-back appearances in the NIT semifinals. Then there was Chris Massie, another all-conference first-teamer who led the Tigers to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in seven years in 2003. In back-to-back-toback seasons Calipari has had a player who has averaged a double-double. Memphis’s top returning rebounder is sophomore forward Rodney Carney who averaged 4.8 boards per game as a rookie. But don’t look for a lack of inside experience to phase Calipari who enters the season ranked 11 th among the NCAA’s winningest active coaches. “I am as excited if not more excited about this team based on we will get back a little to the way my teams used to play,” he said. “We are just absolutely going to have to be about grinding it out and absolutely be able to play any defense we need to play because we are long and active.” Any defense, coach?

“We’re not going to be the most physically imposing team but when you are long like we are going to be, you have the makings of a heckuva zone team,” Calipari said. “It also puts (point guard) Antonio (Burks) in a position where he is rebounding and I think he can do as well as any point guard in the country. If it goes to the wing he sucks into the middle area. He, Anthony (Rice) and Jeremy (Hunt) are all put in a position to rebound now. “We will still be a great defensive team man-toman but because of strategy and what’s right for our team, we may play the dreaded zone more than any team I have coached.” In addition to Chris Massie, who led the Tigers by averaging 16.7 points and 10.8 rebounds, Memphis loses John Grice, who averaged 11.5 points, 6.3 rebounds and connected on 60-of-164 three-pointers as a senior. Memphis also loses four-year letterman Earl Barron who averaged 7.9 points and 5.5 rebounds an outing. The Tigers however return eight lettermen who started at least one game during the year including a bevy of perimeter players. The key will be ball distribution and finding

players with open looks. And if that happens look for records for three-pointers to fall for a second straight year. In 2003, Memphis connected on a record 210-of-610 three-point attempts. For the first time in school history better than a third of the Tigers’ field goal attempts came from behind the three-point arc. The focus will be to quickly move the ball up the floor on offense and then being poised, according to

Calipari. “We can not take hurried shots,” he said. “We can not just jack the ball up. We have to create good shots for each other and play a better team game than we have played.” “Part of that now will be with four perimeter guys who all can play so you have to guard everybody,” Calipari added. “We may have four guys on the floor who can all make threes. On dribble drives, what will opponents do? If Anthony improves in that area and Jeremy improves

Senior Tiger guard Antonio Burks has recorded 322 career assists in just two seasons.


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HEAD COACH JOHN CALIPARI ASSISTANT COACH TONY BARBEE ASSISTANT COACH DEREK KELLOGG ASSISTANT COACH ED SCHILLING COORDINATOR, BASKETBALL OPERATIONS MILT WAGNER DIRECTOR, PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT RAY “ROCK” OLIVER MEMPHIS STAFF


COACHING STAFF John Calipari Head Coach (4th Year) Clarion State, 1982 John Calipari’s first three seasons as The University of Memphis’s basketball coach has seen a natural progression both on the court and off the court in the classroom for his teams. Year 1: Back-to-back losing seasons before Calipari’s arrival became distant memories as the Tigers won 21 games and advanced to the semifinals of the NIT in New York in the coach’s first season. Year 2: The Tigers posted a 27-9 record, marking the most wins by a Memphis team since the mid-1980s, and the squad took care of a little unfinished business from a year earlier returning to the NIT and capturing the postseason tournament’s championship. Year 3: Memphis goes on a 12-game winning streak en route to its second straight Conference USA National Division championship and an at-large bid to the 2003 NCAA Tournament. The Tigers received an invitation to the “Big Dance” for the first time in seven years. As impressive as the progression has been on the court, it is the progression off the court where Calipari takes his most pride. The 200203 team posted the highest combined G.P.A. of a Tiger team since the 1990-91 season. By August 2004, five of Calipari’s last six seniors including his two veterans from this year’s team, Antonio Burks and Modibo Diarra, will be handed their diplomas from U of M President Dr. Shirley Raines. A pair of seniors from last year’s NCAA Tournament team, Earl Barron and Nathaniel Root, graduated following the season and both were the first Tigers to graduate in four years since 1991. With Burks and Diarra setting a prime example of what being a student-athlete is all about, the future appears to be bright as Calipari continues to build an all-around program. Calipari’s 2002-03 team opened the season with a 70-63 win over eventual NCAA national champion Syracuse at the AT&T Wireless Coaches vs. Cancer Classic. The Tigers would also defeat Ole Miss and then, seventhranked Illinois in back-to-back games in The Pyramid in December. The squad won in Fayetteville for the first time ever, defeating Arkansas 72-67 and would wrap up non-conference play with a 72-68 win over Villanova in a

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COACHING STAFF C-USA Record 2000-03 School Marquette Memphis Cincinnati Charlotte Louisville Saint Louis USF UAB Houston Southern Miss Tulane DePaul TCU East Carolina

Record 36-12 35-13 34-14 29-19 27-21 26-22 24-24 22-26 21-27 20-28 15-33 14-34 9-23 8-24

Pct. .750 .729 .708 .604 .563 .542 .500 .458 .438 .417 .313 .292 .281 .250

Above are Conference USA league records since John Calipari was named coach at the University of Memphis. Only Marquette has a better three-year record than Memphis.

nationally-televised game on CBS. Memphis survived most of the first half of the season without having a full compliment of players. In fact at one point the Tigers played with just six, recruited scholarship players. After getting off to a 2-3 start in Conference USA play, the Tigers would come together and roll off 12 straight wins, and capture CUSA’s National Division title by five games with a 133 record. Under Calipari, the U of M has enjoyed three straight record campaigns at the turnstiles. Memphis drew a record 20,586 to its home finale against Cincinnati and the Tigers responded to the atmosphere to hand Cincinnati its worse Conference USA defeat, a 67-48 decision. For the year, Memphis averaged 16,643 in paid attendance, second-highest in school history, drawing 266,283. Memphis ranked seventh nationally according to national collegiate basketball attendance figures released by the NCAA. A year earlier the Tigers were parading down Beale Street celebrating a national title. The Tigers defeated Temple 78-77 in the semifinals then cruised to a 72-

62 victory over South Carolina to capture the University’s first post-season title in any intercollegiate sport. In addition to a 27-9 record in 2002, Memphis captured its first of two straight National Division titles with a 12-4 record. The Tigers rolled off a schoolrecord 10 consecutive wins to begin Conference USA play. The U of M would end up winning the division by three games. The 2002 squad had a reputation for stingy defense and became only the third Memphis team in 38 seasons to hold opponents under 40 percent shooting for the year (.395). The squad was just the second in the past 25 years to outrebound opponents by greater than five boards per game (+6.6). Memphis’s defensive 29.3 three-point field goal percentage also led Conference USA. Capping off the season was a Victory Parade down Memphis’s most famous street and a presentation of the NIT trophy to Memphis Mayor Willie Herenton’s office. The Tigers drew a record 340,723 for 21 homes games in 2002 (16,225 average) and in Calipari’s

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COACHING STAFF tenure at the helm of the Memphis basketball program, the U of M has drawn 897,870 (16,627). Only Syracuse and Louisville have drawn more fans over the same period of time. In 11 seasons, Calipari’s collegiate record stands at 264-102 (.721). His record in March is even more impressive as he owns a 52-19 (.732) record when it counts the most. By wins, Calipari has the fifth-best career start in NCAA history through nine, 10 and 11 seasons. Through 11 collegiate seasons only North Carolina coach Roy Williams, former North Carolina State legend Everett Case, Louisville Hall of Fame coach Denny Crum and Syracuse’s Jim Boeheim have won more games than Calipari. And with his first victory of the 2003-04 season, Calipari will move into the top 10 list for wins through a coach’s first 12 seasons.

THE MEMPHIS BEGINNING In an instant, John Calipari had the city of Memphis abuzz about Tiger basketball. Local television and

radio stations went live at the press conference to introduce Calipari as the University of Memphis's 16th head basketball coach on March 11, 2000. He was introduced to an overflow audience of fans in The Pyramid's Tiger Club Room later in the day. In a matter of a few hours, The University of Memphis had seized March Madness. With his downto-earth demeanor, his knowledge of Memphis basketball history and his expectations for the future of the program, folks left the Pyramid that March afternoon knowing Tiger basketball was in good hands. And in his first year, Memphis exceeded expectations. The U of M won 20+ games for the first time in five seasons, posting a 21-15 record. The Tigers advanced to the Conference USA Tournament semifinals for the first time since 1996 and capped the year with a third-place finish at the TiVo NIT. For the first time since becoming a charter member of C-USA, Memphis swept four, two-game series against National Division opponents. In Calipari’s three seasons, the Tigers have swept 12, twogame series. How Calipari had his first Tiger team playing at season’s end was a far cry from the U of M’s 4-8 start. Memphis played three NCAA Sweet 16 teams during the opening weeks of the season and five oth-

Noting Calipari FULL NAME: John Vincent Calipari BORN: Feb. 10, 1959 in Strickly, Pa. HIGH SCHOOL: Moon Area High School, Pa., 1978 FAMILY: Wife, Ellen. Daughters, Erin (16) and Megan (14). Son, Bradley (7). COLLEGE: Attended and played basketball at North Carolina Wilmington (1978-80) ... graduated from Clarion State (now Clarion University located in Clarion, Pa.) in 1982 with a degree in marketing following twoyear playing career as the starting point guard for the Eagles who were ranked in the Division II Top 20 both years and participated in the 1981 NCAA Division II Tournament. COACHING EXPERIENCE: Assistant under Ted Owens and Larry Brown at Kansas (61-34), 198285 ... Assistant under Paul Evans at Pittsburgh (64-29), 1985-88 ... Head Coach at Massachusetts (193-71), 1988-96 ... Head Coach for New Jersey Nets (72112), 1996-99 ... Assistant Coach under Larry Brown for Philadelphia 76ers, 1999-2000 ... Head Coach at Memphis (71-31), 2000- Present. COACHING HONORS: 1 9 9 6 Naismith National Coach of the year ... 1996 The Sporting News National Coach of the Year ... 1996 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year ... 1995 Naismith National Coach of the Year Finalist ... 1994 Naismith National Coach of the Year Finalist ... 1994 Atlantic 10 Conference Coach of the Year ... 1993 USBWA District I Coach of the Year ... 1993 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year ... 1992 Eastern Basketball Coach of the Year.

Cal’s Coaching Record Overall Record: 264-102 (.721) Record at Home: 145-24 (.858) Road Record: 77-57 (.574) Neutral Court Record: 42-21 (.667) March Record: 52-19 (.732) NCAA Record: 11-6 (.647) NIT Record: 12-4 (.750) Record in Conference Games: 126-54 (.700) Conference Record Tournament: 19-6 (.760)

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COACHING STAFF NCAA Winningest Active Coaches No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Coach (Team) W-L Roy Williams (North Carolina) 418-101 Jim Boeheim (Syracuse) 653-226 Lute Olson (Arizona) 690-240 Rick Majerus (Utah) 407-142 Mike Kryzewski (Duke) 663-234 Bob Huggins (Cincinnati) 517-184 Rick Pitino (Louisville) 396-144 Tubby Smith (Kentucky) 288-109 Bob Knight (Texas Tech) 809-311 John Chaney (Temple) 693-269 John Calipari (Memphis) 260-101 Eddie Sutton (Oklahoma State) 724-288 Tom Izzo (Michigan State) 189-78 Pat Douglass (UC Irvine) 471-196 Skip Prosser (Wake Forest) 175-77 Jim Calhoun (Connecticut) 647-296 Mike Montgomery (Stanford) 517-242 Billy Tubbs (Lamar) 595-297 Mike Brey (Notre Dame) 165-83 Tevester Anderson (Jackson St.) 103-52

Pct. .805 .743 .742 .741 .739 .738 .733 .725 .722 .720 .720 .715 .708 .706 .694 .686 .681 .667 .665 .665

Top Coaching Starts by Wins 11 Seasons No. 1. 2. 3. 4. t5.

Coach Years Roy Williams, Kansas 1989-99 Everett Case, N.C. State 1947-57 Denny Crum, Louisville 1972-82 Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 1977-87 John Calipari 1989-96, 2000-03 Massachusetts & Memphis t5. Nolan Richardson 1981-91 Tulsa & Arkansas 7. Jerry Tarkanian 1969-79 Long Beach St. & UNLV 8. Tubby Smith 1992-2002 Tulsa, Georgia & Arkansas 9. Tom Blackburn, Dayton 1948-58 t10. Boyd Grant 1978-86, 88-89 Fresno St. & Colorado St. t10. Wimp Sanderson, Alabama 1981-91

W-L 305-72 280-71 263-74 261-84 260-101 260-92 259-49 256-105 242-87 239-97 239-109

12 Seasons No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Coach Years Roy Williams, Kansas 1989-2000 Everett Case, N.C. State 1947-58 Denny Crum, Louisville 1972-83 Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 1977-88 Nolan Richardson 1981-92 Tulsa & Arkansas 6. Jerry Tarkanian 1969-80 Long Beach St. & UNLV 7. Wimp Sanderson, Alabama 1981-92 t8. John Thompson 1973-84 Georgetown t8. Bob Huggins 1981-93 Walsh, Akron & Cincinnati 10. Pete Gillen 1986-97 Xavier & Providence * John Calipari 1989-96, 2000-03 Massachusetts & Memphis

W-L 329-82 298-77 295-78 287-93 286-100 282-58 265-118 262-104 262-108 261-112 260-101

* The 2003-04 season will mark John Calipari’s 12th collegiate season. He will move into the NCAA’s top 10 for wins in 12 collegiate seasons with his first victory of the year.

ers which advanced to post-season play during the first weeks of the season. Memphis would roll off eight consecutive wins to begin the new year and were in contention all season for a league championship. The U of M finished the season just a game out of first place, marking the squad’s highest finish since capturing a share of the inaugural conference title in 1996. In Calipari’s first season, the U of M also broke both the season total (290,864) and season average (17,110) records for paid attendance.

Calipari has made several financial contributions to the University and has been honored by the Friends of the Ned McWherter Library on the U of M campus. He presented the U of M a check for $40,000 which resulted from a partnership between Calipari and Pace Cooper, president and CEO of Cooper Companies, the owner of the restaurant, Cal’s Championship Steakhouse in the Hilton East Memphis. At the conclusion of his first season at Mem-

OFF THE COURT Calipari’s endeavors in the community and on the University of Memphis campus have rivaled the strides the Tigers have made on the court during the coach’s three seasons in the Mid-South. Early in his tenure at the U of M, Calipari began developing a relationship with Memphis-based FedEx. The overnight courier has employed Memphis student-athletes in its internship program during the past four summers. It is a program where the Tigers gain valuable experience in an area related to their field of study. Calipari has also founded a program called NetWorks. The program brings together business leaders from throughout the community to network, find employment opportunities and place former U of M players following their playing careers.

CALIPARI’S YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD Season Team 1988-89 UMass 1989-90 UMass 1990-91 UMass 1991-92 UMass 1992-93 UMass 1993-94 UMass 1994-95 UMass 1995-96 UMass 1996-97 NJ Nets 1997-98 NJ Nets 1998-99 NJ Nets 2000-01 Memphis 2001-02 Memphis 2002-03 Memphis NCAA Totals NBA Totals

Overall W-L 10-18 17-14 20-13 30-5 24-7 28-7 29-5 35-2 26-56 43-39 3-17 21-15 27-9 23-7 264-102 72-112

Pct. .357 .548 .606 .857 .774 .800 .853 .46 .317 .524 .150 .583 .750 .767 .721 .391

Conference W-L Pct. 5-13 .278 10-8 .558 10-8 .558 13-3 .824 11-3 .786 14-2 .875 13-3 .813 15-1 .938

Accomplishments NIT NIT Final Four A-10 Champions; NCAA Sweet 16 A-10 Champions; NCAA A-10 Champions; NCAA A-10 Champions; NCAA Elite Eight A-10 Champions; NCAA Final Four NBA Playoffs

10-6 12-4 13-3 126-54

.625 .750 .813 .700

NIT Final Four NIT Championship NCAA 6 NCAAs, 4 NITs

Calipari’s UMass teams won five consecutive Atlantic 10 Conference regular season and tournament championships. In six seasons as a collegiate assistant, teams in which Calipari was on the staff were a combined 12563 (.665) and made four NCAA Tournament and one NIT appearances.

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COACHING STAFF phis, Calipari joined several area business leaders to form the Y.E.S. Foundation, an organization designed to educate middle school students about the importance of academics and athletics. Y.E.S., an acronym for Youth Education Through Sports, held its first camp on the U of M campus in August of 2001. Over 25 schools are currently taking part in the program which is in its third year. Calipari has also been responsible for raising money and making donations for improvements at the U of M’s tennis complex, air conditioning in the Elma Roane Fieldhouse and having courts resurfaced for use by Memphis students for outdoor basketball. Not only did Calipari secure a shoe and apparel contract for the basketball program with Reebok, he also has helped with similar arrangements for several Olympic sports programs at the University. Also in the community, Calipari has teamed up with Philadelphia 76ers star guard Allen Iverson and Reebok to renovate basketball courts in the community. Last year courts were dedicated in the Orange Mound community of Memphis as well as a four-plex of courts adjacent to Halle Stadium in southeast Memphis. The first courts built during the continuing project were at two housing projects located near downtown, Foote Homes and Dixie Homes. When he arrived, the University of Memphis had just opened a new practice facility. In the past three years Calipari has directed improvements which makes the Larry O. Finch Recreation Facility one of the best of its kind and on a scale with some of the top practice facilities in the NBA. Memphis’s locker room at The Pyramid has also been renovated. Lockers similar to those in the Finch Center have been built in the arena while renovations have also included a new lounge and meeting room with theater seating.

He received the Lombardi Award from UNICO National this summer. UNICO was founded in 1922 to provide scholarships to worthy students and to give strength and force in fighting discrimination against Italian-Americans. UNICO’s Lombardi Award recognized an outstanding individual of Italian-American heritage who is involved in athletics. Away from the University, Calipari is a sought after speaker. He has made countless appearances on programs such as ESPN’s Outside the Lines, Jim Rome’s radio and television shows as well as countless interviews on national radio programs.

PRIOR TO MEMPHIS Calipari returned to college basketball in 2000 after working the previous season as an assistant coach with the Philadelphia 76ers and two-plus seasons as the head coach of the New Jersey Nets. Prior to moving to the NBA, Calipari built a basketball program from the ground up at the University of Massachusetts (1988-96). During an eight-year stint at UMass, he took the Minutemen from being a team which had struggled in the Atlantic 10 Conference to being a national powerhouse. UMass went to five straight NCAA Tournaments (1992-96), advancing to the Final Four in his last season. UMass advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 on three occasions and two Elite Eights. The school became just the second NCAA Division I program to win five straight, regular-season and conference tournament championships. Calipari compiled a 193-71 record (.731) during his career at Massachusetts, including a 10844 mark (.684) in Atlantic 10 play. In addition to five straight NCAA Tournaments, UMass also made two appearances in the NIT during Calipari's eight-year tenure, advancing to the NIT Final Four in

Calipari vs. Opponents Alabama .................................0-1 Arizona State ..........................0-1 Arkansas ................................3-2 Arkansas-Little Rock ...............1-0 Arkansas-Pine Bluff ................1-0 Arkansas State .......................1-0 Austin Peay ............................1-1 Boston ....................................4-1 Boston College .......................2-0 Buffalo ....................................1-0 BYU ........................................1-0 Central Connecticut State ......2-0 Central Florida ........................1-0 Charlotte ................................0-2 Christian Brothers ..................2-0 Cincinnati ...............................1-5 Cleveland State ......................1-0 Coastal Carolina .....................1-0 Colorado ................................1-1 Colorado State .......................1-1 Connecticut ............................0-2 Dartmouth ..............................1-0 Dayton ....................................1-0 DePaul ....................................3-1 Detroit ....................................1-0 Duquesne ............................. 11-4 East Carolina ..........................1-0 Eastern Kentucky ....................1-0 Florida ....................................1-0 Florida State ...........................1-1 Florida Tech ............................0-1 Fordham .................................4-0 Furman ...................................1-0 Georgetown ...........................1-0 George Washington ...............8-9 Georgia Tech ..........................1-0 Hartford ..................................1-0 Harvard ..................................1-0 Holy Cross ..............................4-1 Houston .................................5-2 Howard ...................................1-0 Illinois .....................................1-0 Iowa ........................................0-1 Iowa State ...............................1-0 Kansas ....................................0-2 Kansas State ...........................1-0 Keene State ............................1-0 Kentucky ................................1-4 LaSalle ....................................3-0 Louisiana-Lafayette .................2-0 Louisville ................................4-2 Lowell .....................................2-1 Manhattan ..............................1-0 Marquette ...............................1-1 Maryland ................................3-2 Memphis ................................1-0 Miami (Fla.) ............................0-1 Miami (Ohio) ..........................1-0 Mississippi ..............................1-2 Missouri .................................0-1 Murray State ...........................1-0 New Hampshire .....................5-0 New Mexico ...........................1-0

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New Orleans ..........................1-0 North Carolina ........................1-0 UNC Greensboro ...................1-0 North Carolina State ...............1-0 North Carolina Wilmington ....1-0 Northeastern ..........................1-1 Northwestern State ................1-0 Oklahoma ...............................2-1 Oklahoma State ......................0-1 Old Dominion ........................1-0 Oregon State ..........................1-0 Pennsylvania ..........................2-0 Penn State ..............................3-4 Pittsburgh ...............................2-0 Princeton ................................1-0 Purdue ....................................0-1 Rhode Island ........................16-2 Rutgers ................................. 11-4 Saint Louis ..............................2-1 St. Bonaventure ................... 17-1 St. Joseph’s ...........................15-4 St. Peter’s ...............................1-0 Santa Clara .............................1-0 Sienna ....................................3-0 South Carolina ........................2-0 South Connecticut .................1-0 Southeastern Louisiana ..........1-0 Southern Cal ..........................1-0 Southern Mississippi ..............3-3 Southwest Texas State ............1-0 Stanford .................................2-2 Syracuse .................................3-0 TCU ........................................4-0 Temple ................................ 13-11 Tennessee ..............................1-1 Tennessee-Martin ...................2-0 Tennessee Tech ......................1-0 Towson State ..........................1-0 Tulane .....................................6-0 Tulsa .......................................1-1 UAB ........................................5-1 USF .........................................6-1 Utah ........................................1-1 UTEP ......................................1-0 Vermont .................................2-0 Villanova .................................1-0 Virginia ...................................0-1 Virginia Tech ...........................1-0 Wake Forest ...........................1-0 Western Kentucky ..................1-0 West Virginia ........................10-6 Wofford ..................................1-0 Xavier .....................................2-1 Yale .........................................1-0


COACHING STAFF 1991. The 1990-91 season was the first of six straight seasons under Calipari in which the Minutemen won at least 20 games. Calipari’s personal 20-win streak reached the nine-season mark as his three Memphis clubs have won 20+ games. In his final season at UMass, Calipari was named the 1996 Naismith National Coach of the Year and The Sporting News Coach of the Year. He was also named the Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year for the third time in four years as well as Basketball Times East Region Coach of the Year. During the Minutemen's 35-2, 1995-96 season, Massachusetts posted wins over Maryland, Wake Forest, Georgia Tech, Syracuse, Virginia Tech and Louisville. UMass ended the regular season ranked No. 1 in the nation in the final regular season poll after being the top-ranked team for nine weeks earlier in the year. The Minutemen also won their first 26 games of the season, setting a school record for most consecutive wins. In addition to his national coach of the year honors in 1996, Calipari was a Naismith Coach of the Year Finalist in 1994 and 1995. He was the USBWA District I Coach of the Year in 1993. Calipari's accomplishments are made even more impressive when you consider what he started with at UMass. Prior to his arrival, UMass had suffered through 10 straight losing seasons. At 29, when he was named head coach, Calipari began to build a program from the ground up, going 10-18 his first season before posting a 17-14 record his second year and receiving a bid to the NIT. UMass made a late season run in 1991, advancing to the NIT's Final Four. The Minutemen won their first A-10 championship in 1992, posting a 30-5 record, including a 133 mark in league play. With a 7771 overtime win over Syracuse in

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an East Regional second-round game, UMass made its first Sweet 16 appearance. Off the court, UMass’ graduation rate for its basketball players was close to 80 percent. Calipari left UMass in June of 1996 to become Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations and Head Coach of the New Jersey Nets. He led the Nets to a secondplace finish in the NBA’s Atlantic Division and the playoffs in 1998, ending a five-year postseason drought for the franchise with the club’s highest league finish. The Nets’ 17-game turnaround from the previous year was the best that season in the NBA. He joined the Philadelphia 76ers coaching staff in 1999, rejoining Philadelphia coach Larry Brown, who Calipari was an assistant for at Kansas. Calipari began his coaching career at Kansas as a volunteer assistant under Ted Owens. In 1983 he was hired as the recruiting coordinator at the University of Vermont but was swayed back to the nation’s heartland when Brown was hired as head coach at KU. He spent three seasons at Kansas (198285) before another three-year stint as an assistant coach to Paul Evans at Pittsburgh (1985-88). The 44-year old native of Moon, Pa., lettered two years at North Carolina-Wilmington before transferring to Clarion State. He played point guard at Clarion during the 1981 and 1982 seasons, leading the team in assists and free throw percentage. The Eagles were ranked in the Division II Top 20 both years and participated in the 1981 NCAA Division II Tournament. Calipari and his wife Ellen have two daughters, Erin Sue and Megan Rae, and a son, Bradley Vincent.


COACHING STAFF TONY BARBEE ASST. COACH (4TH YEAR) MASSACHUSETTS, 1993 Tony Barbee begins his fourth year as an assistant coach on the University of Memphis staff after stints at both Wyoming and his alma mater, Massachusetts. In addition to his on-court responsibilities, Barbee is one of the Tigers’ off-campus recruiting assistant coaches. Just two classes into recruiting at Memphis, the Tigers captured their first post-season championship, winning the NIT. Memphis advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in seven years in 2003. Memphis’s 2001 recruiting class was named the No. 1 class in the nation while the staff’s first recruiting class was ranked among the nation’s top 10. The Tigers were destined for another No. 1 class before its top signee opted for the NBA and wound up in the Top 10. This year’s class was also ranked among the top 10. Barbee began his coaching career at UMass where he was the third assistant for two seasons (1996-98). He joined the Wyoming coaching staff for the 1998-99 season in a position which allowed him to recruit on the road. He was a member of a first-year coaching staff which included former U of M assistant coach Steve

Roccaforte. On the court, the Cowboys were 18-10 and advanced to the National Invitation Tournament Second Round in 1999. Barbee continued to develop his reputation as a solid off-campus recruiter when he returned to UMass for the 1999-2000 season. During his second stint at UMass, Barbee worked with the Minutemen’s post-players, including Kitwana Rhymer who ranked among the Atlantic 10 Conference’s Top 10 in both rebounding and blocked shots during Barbee’s tenure. The Minutemen posted a 1716 record in 2000, advancing to the semifinals of the Atlantic 10 Tournament and the first round of the NIT. Barbee began his coaching career after spending one season as the analyst for the UMass basketball radio network. He concluded his playing career at UMass as the school’s fourth all-time leading scorer with 1,643 career points and ranks among the Top 10 in 10 difference statistical categories at UMass. Barbee played in two NCAA Tournaments and two NITs during his playing career from 1989-93. His last-second three-pointer against Sienna sent the Minutemen’s NIT

quarterfinal game into overtime. UMass would go on to win the game and advance to the NIT Final Four in 1991. He was a two-time second-team all Atlantic-10 pick and named to the league’s all-freshman team as a rookie. After his career at UMass, Barbee played two professional seasons in Spain and France. Barbee, 32 (born August 10, 1971) and his wife Holly have a three-year old daughter, Hayden Alexandra.

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COACHING STAFF DEREK KELLOGG ASSISTANT COACH (4TH YEAR) MASSACHUSETTS, 1995 Derek Kellogg begins his fourth year on the Memphis coaching staff and has taken on additional duties as an off-campus recruiter for the Tigers. Kellogg has also been responsible for breaking down film and scouting opponents. During his three seasons Memphis has improved each year, advancing to the NIT semifinals in consecutive years, winning the 2002 Owens Corning NIT and Memphis received its first bid in seven years to the NCAA Tournament in 2003. The U of M also won backto-back National Division titles in the final two seasons of the two-division system. Prior to being named to his current position, Kellogg spent one season at Youngstown State. In his lone year at Youngstown State, Kellogg was a member of a coaching staff which re-energized a community when it came to Penguin basketball. YSU finished fourth in the Mid-Continent Conference regular-season standings but were in first place in the league before losing their top scorer (Elmer Brown) with seven games left in the regular season. Youngstown State signed a freshman class which included three Top 100 recruits during Kellogg’s tenure. Kellogg joined the Youngstown State staff after two seasons at George Mason University. The Patriots posted a 19-11 record during the 1998-99 season, captured both the Colonial Athletic Association regular season and tournament championships, receiving an automatic bid to the 1999 NCAA Tournament. Kellogg began his coaching career at his alma mater, Massachusetts. He was a graduate assistant at UMass for the 1996-97 season. As a player at Massachusetts, Kellogg played on four Atlantic 10 Conference regular season and tournament championship teams. The Minutemen were just the second team in NCAA history to win four straight outright season and tournament championships. During his four-year career at UMass under

current U of M coach John Calipari, the Minutemen were 111-24, including 51-11 in the Atlantic 10, and advanced to the NCAA Tournament each year, including the Elite Eight in 1995. Kellogg was named the team’s captain as both a junior and senior. He finished his career ranked fourth at UMass in all-time three-pointers (183) and assists (453) as well as fifth in three-point percentage (38.1) and ninth in steals (134). Kellogg, 30 (born June 20, 1973), is a 1995 graduate of Massachusetts with a degree in real estate/finance.

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COACHING STAFF ED SCHILLING ASSISTANT COACH (1ST YEAR) MIAMI, OHIO, 1988 University of Memphis basketball coach John Calipari rekindled a longtime association with Ed Schilling, naming the former Wright State coach an assistant on the U of M staff in the summer of 2003. Schilling was a member of Calipari’s coaching staff at Massachusetts during the Minutemen’s 1996 run to the NCAA Final Four and a 35-2 record. When Calipari was named the vice president of basketball operations and basketball coach with the New Jersey Nets, Schilling joined him as an assistant with the NBA team. Schilling’s meteoric rise in the coaching profession was chronicled in Sports Illustrated as he became the only coach ever to advance from the high school coaching ranks to the Final Four and finally to the bench of an NBA team in a period of 310 days. After one season with the Nets, Schilling returned to collegiate coaching as he was named the head coach at Wright State in 1997. At the time, he was the second youngest Division I head coach in the nation. Over a six-year career at Wright State, the Raiders were 75-93. One of the biggest wins in Wright State history came Dec. 30, 1999, when during Schilling’s third season the Raiders defeated then, sixth-ranked Michigan State 53-49 in front of a near-capacity crowd in WSU’s Nutter Center. Many basketball analysts referred to the win as the most significant upset of the decade. Michigan State would go on to capture the NCAA Championship that year. The following year Wright State began the season with a 9-1 record, the best Division I start in school history. The Raiders posted an 18-11 record and an 8-6 mark in the Midwestern Collegiate Conference and advanced to the semifinals of the MCC Tournament. He was named the 2001 MCC Coach of the Year by collegeinsider.com. In 2002, Wright State knocked off 20th-ranked Butler on the road in Hinkle Fieldhouse, 90-87 in double overtime. The Raiders finished the season with a 17-11 mark. WSU was 10-18 this past season. As a collegian, Schilling was a four-year starting point guard at Miami (Ohio). He was a twotime team captain and along with Ron Harper helped lead the school to a pair of NCAA Tournaments. The three-time academic all-conference selection is still the single-game assist record holder in the Mid-American Conference and holds single game, season and career assists records at Miami. Soon after graduating from Miami in 1988, Schilling was named the head coach at Western Boone High School in Thorntown, Indiana. He led Western Boone to a school record for most wins in a season during the 1990-91 season and after three seasons was named the head coach at Logansport (Indiana) High School.

In arguably the most competitive prep conference in the nation, Logansport’s basketball program improved each of Schilling’s four seasons. In his final two seasons, Schilling’s teams won back-to-back sectional championships while compiling the most wins at Logansport in more than 20 wins. In addition to the experience Schilling quickly gained as a young high school coach, he also spent his summers learning more about the game at the famed Five-Star Basketball Camp in Pennsylvania. Schilling’s relationship with Five-Star Basketball Camp began as a camper while in high school. He continued his association with the camp as a college counselor during his playing days at Miami University. And after graduating from Miami and beginning his coaching career, he was a station master and head resident coach at Five-Star. He was inducted into the Five-Star Basketball Camp Hall of Fame in 2002. Schilling is also the co-author of two books, Guard Play which was co-authored with Steve Alford and Five Star Basketball which was written with Howard Garfinkel. He has also created several teaching videotapes including Playing the Point and Combination Defenses. It was at Five-Star where Schilling began his relationship with John Calipari. Schilling is involved in ministry work around the world with Champions for Christ. He and his wife Shawn are the parents of three children: daughters, Christiana and Natalie, and a son, Eddie.

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COACHING STAFF MILT WAGNER COORDINATOR, BASKETBALL OPERATIONS (4TH YEAR) Milt Wagner brings a unique perspective to the University of Memphis basketball program as the team’s fourth-year coordinator of basketball operations. How many college teams can say they have a staff member who has won a championship at the prep, collegiate and professional levels? Add to the resume an NIT title in his second year as a member of the Memphis staff and a role in the Tigers advancing to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in seven years to cap the 2003 season. As a player, Wagner’s University of Louisville squad went head-to-head annually with Memphis and during his career, it was either the Tigers or the Cardinals who won the Metro Conference and Metro Tournament championships each season. After being selected in the second round of the 1986 NBA draft by the Dallas Mavericks, Wagner went on to enjoy a professional career which included an NBA title as a reserve guard for the 1988 World Champion Los Angeles Lakers. He also played in the CBA as well as nine professional seasons in Israel and Europe. As a player at Louisville, Wagner was a member of the Cardinals’ 1986 NCAA Championship team. Louisville also advanced to the NCAA Final Four in 1982 and 1983 as well as to the 1984 NCAA Sweet 16. Wagner scored 1,834 career points at Louisville which ranks fourth all-time at the U of L. In addition to a 12.7 career scoring average, Wagner averaged 2.5 rebounds and 3.0 assists during his career. In 1993 Wagner was one of 10 Louisville players named to the Rally’s U of L Dream Team. He was a second-team selection on the squad which was selected during a three-month period of fan voting at Freedom Hall and Louisville-area Rally’s restaurants during the 1992-93 season. In 2000, Wagner’s No. 20 jersey was retired at the University of Louisville. He also was a member of a state high

school championship team at New Jersey’s Camden High School. Wagner, 40 (born Feb. 20, 1963) married the former Jan Ford of Memphis in June of 2003. Wagner has a son, Dajuan, who played for the Tigers and was an NBA lottery pick of the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2002, and a daughter, Dashonda, 16.

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COACHING STAFF RAY “ROCK” OLIVER DIRECTOR OF PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT (4TH YEAR) KANSAS, 1984 During the early weeks of John Calipari’s tenure at Memphis, no individual may have had more one-on-one involvement with returning players than Ray Oliver, the U of M’s Director of Performance Enhancement for Basketball. Oliver was one of Calipari’s first hires and put the Tigers on a demanding strength and conditioning schedule from Day One. Using a state-of-the-art strength facility in the Larry O. Finch Center, Oliver’s spring workouts quickly exposed returning players to the commitment and work ethic expected at the University of Memphis. The dedication required is now thoroughly entrenched as Oliver begins his fourth season as director of performance enhancement for basketball. Memphis has won 20+ games each of the past three years. The Tigers won the 2002 Owens Corning NIT and advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in seven years in 2003. Oliver joined the U of M basketball staff from the Columbia, S.C., sports marketing company, Synergy, where he was involved in the strength and conditioning programs for more than 35 NFL athletes. Calipari’s ties with Oliver were woven early in their respective careers first at Kansas and later at Pittsburgh. While sitting out a season after transferring from Ohio State to Cincinnati, Oliver’s foundation in strength and conditioning took root as he ran the program’s weight program. A year later in 1982, he followed football coach Mike Gottfried from Cincinnati to Kansas where he assisted in the strength and conditioning programs for the Jayhawks’ basketball and football programs. While at Kansas, Oliver earned his bachelor’s degree in 1984. In 1985 he was named assistant strength coach at Pitt and a year later was named the university’s head conditioning coach. Pitt won consecutive Big East basketball cham-

pionships in 1987 and 1988. While at Pittsburgh, Oliver did a minority fellowship with the Green Bay Packers and also worked a preseason camp with the Cincinnati Bengals. Oliver was named to Rick Pitino’s staff at Kentucky in 1988. Oliver was a member of a Kentucky staff which inherited a team which was 13-19 the previous year. But in the staff’s first three seasons went from 14-14 the first year to 22-6 then posted a 29-7 record while advancing to the NCAA’s Elite Eight in 1991. In 1991, Oliver was named the strength and conditioning coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He worked two seasons for the NFL team before returning to the collegiate ranks at South Carolina. After three years at South Carolina, Oliver was reunited with Calipari in 1996 when he was named strength coach for the New Jersey Nets. Oliver spent one season with the Nets before returning to Columbia, S.C. Oliver renewed his relationship with the NFL as the recipient of a minority fellowship with the Carolina Panthers the past two summers. He worked in the weight room and on the practice field doing rehab. He also had responsibilities with quality control. Oliver, 42 (born June 19, 1961), and his wife Winone have been married for 17 years. They have two children, Ashley Rhae, 15, and Michael Ray, 13.

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MEMPHIS STAFF/NCAA RULES Jennifer Bricker Basketball Trainer Anderson, 1997 Jennifer Bricker begins her second season as the men’s basketball athletic trainer at The University of Memphis. She is responsible for injury prevention and rehabilitation and oversees the scheduling of physical exams for student-athletes. She also serves as the liaison between the team doctors and the Memphis coaching staff. Prior to being named her current posi-

tion, the National Athletic Trainers Association certified Bricker had spent the past two years as a graduate assistant trainer at the U of M. A native of Anderson, Ind., Bricker graduate from Anderson University in 1997 with a degree in athletic training. She completed work toward a master’s degree in exercise and sports science at The University of Memphis last December. Prior to her tenure at the U of M, Bricker worked at Campbell Clinic for two years. Bricker, 31, has been active in NATA for six years, the National Strength and Conditioning Association for three years and the American Red Cross for four years.

Lunetha Pryor Basketball Office Coordinator

Beginning her seventh season as the University of Memphis basketball program’s office coordinator and 18th year in the Tiger athletic department is Lunetha Pryor. Before joining the basketball office staff, Pryror worked for 11 years in the athletic business office and the department’s ticket office. Pryor enjoys watching basketball and football in her spare time. She has a sevenyear old daughter, Kia Symone.

Chitra Rampersad Basketball Secretary

Chitra Rampersad begins her fifth year as a secretary in the University of Memphis basketball office. Prior to joining the Memphis staff she worked in the office of continuing education at Baptist College. Rampersad has an associate’s degree in biology and is currently pursuing a degree in nursing. She has a 10-year old son, Jordan.

Potential Rules Change At press time the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Rules Committees were considering a rules reccomendation for new court markings. This summer the rules committees had voted to push back the recommended start date for for their proposal to the 2004-05 season. Under the recommendations, the threepoint line would be moved back about nine inches to a distance of 20 feet, 6 1/4 inches from the center of the basket to the outside edge of the line. The current distance is 19 feet, 9 inches. The exact metric distance for the international three-point line is 6.25 meters. For the men’s game only a trapezoid lane would be utilized which creates a lane that is about 16 feet, 2 inches wide at the bottom edge of each block. At its wides point (at the end line) the trapezoid lane’s width is 6.0 meters or 19 feet, 8 3/4 inches. The current rectangular lane is 12 feet wide from top to bottom.

Assistant Director of Basketball Operations Mike Babul

Manager Lee Eilert

Assistant Director of Basketball Operations Ryan Miller

Student Assistant Jamillah Farrhkhan

Manager NaFeesa Farrhkhan Manager Maurice Moore

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INSIDE THIS SECTION 43 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 62 63 63 64 65 74

ANTONIO BURKS ARTHUR BARCLAY RODNEY CARNEY MODIBO DIARRA DUANE ERWIN JEREMY HUNT ANTHONY RICE BILLY RICHMOND CLYDE WADE SEAN BANKS IVAN LOPEZ SIMPLICE NJOYA AMAMY THIERO CAREER STATS vs. C-USA CAREER STATISTICS CHARTING THE TIGERS


Antonio Burks Guard

NOTING BURKS An All-Conference USA Third Team selection as a junior ... ranked second in Conference USA with a 5.60 assists per game average ... fourth in C-USA with a 2.64 assist/turnover ratio and ranked 11th in steals, averaging 1.36 per game ... also averaged 9.7 points per game ... 322 career assists ranks ninth all-time at Memphis one ahead of Tony Madlock (1988-92) and just behind Bill Cook’s 346 (1972-76) ... Memphis is 17-1 all-time when Burks has at least seven assists.

2002-03 SEASON In season debut against UALR had three assists, forced a turnover with ball-pressure defense and knocked a loose ball off a UALR player and out of bounds for a save ... despite a pulled hamstring, had eight assists in 17 minutes of play ... played 22 minutes off the bench against Ole Miss and had six assists, two steals and just one turnover ... came off the bench and had five assists and two points in win over No. 7 Illinois ... originally did not travel to Arkansas with the team because of a nagging hamstring pull but joined the squad in time to take the team bus to the game ... scored six points and had two assists against the Razorbacks.

CONFERENCE USA PLAY Scored 16 points on 6-for-12 shooting in Conference USA opener against Tulane ... scored eight points during a 20-5 run to end the first half ... after not dressing for the previous two games during a stretch in which his mother was critically ill, came off the bench and played 31 minutes against Saint Louis ... scored 12 points, had four assists and two rebounds against the Billikens ... was 5-for-10 from the field, including a three-pointer with just over a second to play to pull the Tigers to within one ... the trey was the junior’s first three-point attempt this season ... had a double-double, scoring 10 points and dishing out a career-high 12 assists in the Tigers’ 80-62 win over Southern Miss to begin a 12game winning streak ... was the junior’s second career double-double (scored 12 points and had 10 assists last year against UAB) ... fell an assist shy of a doubledouble, scoring 12 points to go with nine assists in road win at TCU ... also matched a career high with two blocks and had two steals against the Horned Frogs. Had a career night for the second time at home against UAB, scoring 27 points to go with 10 assists for his second doubledouble of the year ... converted on his first six shots against the Blazers and finished 13-of-16 from the field. Scored a team-high 16 points and had four assists in an 80-73 win over top-five ranked Louisville ... recorded third points/assist double-double of the year, finishing with 13 points and 10 assists against TCU ... was 5-for-6 from the field, 3-for-4 from the line and had three steals in 25 minutes of play against the Horned Frogs ... scored 12 points, including 10 in the second half of the

Cincinnati game after playing just eight, second-period minutes because of foul trouble ... registered his fourth points/assist doubledouble of the year (a league high), scoring 11 points and matching a career high with 12 assists in 90-79 road win at UAB ... was 4-for-7 from the field and had just two turnovers against the Blazers.

POSTSEASON PLAY Scored 15 points and had three assists in C-USA Tournament semifinal against host Louisville ... finished with 15 points and four assists against Arizona State at the 2003 NCAA Tournament.

2001-02 SEASON Starting point guard in 33 games and led Conference USA with a 2.33 assist/turnover ratio in his first season at Memphis ... 5.06 assist per game average ranked fifth in C-USA ... averaged 8.4 points while shooting 45.3 percent from the field and 69.5 percent fromt he free-throw line ... also averaged 2.4 rebounds and 2.0 steals ... averaged 30.2 minutes of playing time during his first Division I season ... average playing time was better than 34 minutes in last 10 games of the season including NIT championship run ... transferred to the U of M from Hiwassee College and sat out the 2000-01 season ... did not practice with the Tigers while sitting out. Had six assists in each of the Tigers’ Guardians Classic games at home while sporting a 4:1 assist to turnover margin ... scored 11 points during a 5-for-8 shooting day and also had eight assists against Northwestern State ... was 5-for-9 from the field, finishing with 10 points, three steals and two assists against Christian Brothers ... had seven assists in 36 minutes of work against Tennessee ... against the Volunteers, scored seven points, had four rebounds and two steals ... had a career-high 11 assists at Temple while not turning the ball over in 33 minutes of play ... lone points against Temple came when he went coast-to-coast for a fastbreak layup ... basket against the Owls gave Memphis a 49-41 lead with 11:34 to play and was part of a 9-3 run which gave Memphis its biggest lead at 54-44 with 8:46 remaining in a 64-54 win ... scored 14 points on 7-of-13 shooting against Tennessee-Martin.

CONFERENCE USA PLAY Scored 10 points, had seven assists and no turnovers in the Tigers’ win at TCU ... scored a then, career-high 16 points, had eight assists and just two turnovers in the Tigers’ 81-62 win over South Florida ... registered his first double-double, scoring 12 points to go with 10 assists in the Tigers’ 10281 win over UAB ... also had a career-high five steals and blocked a shot in addition to going 4-for-5 from the field and 4-for-6 from the free throw line against the Blazers ... . UAB performance was Memphis’s second, points-assist double-double during the year and fourth in C-USA play in the seven-year history of the league ... against Louisville scored 10 points, had six assists and four steals (also had four

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steals against TCU to give him eight for the week). Scored six of Memphis’s first eight points with two baskets coming on fastbreak opportunities in the Tigers’ loss to Houston ... in the loss to the Cougars scored 12 points, had four assists and two steals ... after scoring a career-high 26 points in the Tigers’ road win at South Florida closed out the week with six assists, three rebounds and two steals in a scoreless 34 minutes as the Tigers secured CUSA’s National Division title with an 88-61 win over DePaul ... against South Florida went 12-for-19 from the field and also had three steals in 36 minutes of play ... scored 14 points and had a game-high five assists in the Tigers’ 80-75 overtime loss to Cincinnati ... was 5-for-9 from the field against the Bearcats.

INGTON HS Averaged 19.2 points, 3.6 rebounds, 6.2 assists and five steals at Booker T. Washington High School ... second-team all-state selection as well as a three-time all-district pick ... twice named the district’s most valuable player ... led prep team to a pair of district titles ... high school coach was Fred Horton ... also ran cross country in high school.

MORE ABOUT ANTONIO Son of Connie Burks and Quinten Pettis ... born Feb. 25, 1980 in Memphis ... sports management major at Memphis ... was one of the speakers at the dedication of the first I3 courts Memphis coach John Calipari, the Philadelphia 76ers Allen Iverson and Reebok are building in Memphis ... dedication came at Foote Homes in his South Memphis neighborhood.

POSTSEASON PLAY Scored 18 points, going 7-for-9 from the field and matching a career high with five steals, in the Tigers’ win over BYU in the second round of the NIT ... played a career-high 38 minutes in the game ... scored 15 points, had four assists and four rebounds against Tennessee Tech as the Tigers advanced to the NIT semifinals for a second straight year ... had seven assists against Temple and scored eight points in the Tigers’ NIT semifinal win.

HIWASSEE COLLEGE Averaged 14.2 points, 4.2 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 3.9 steals as a freshman at Hiwassee College during the 19992000 season ... the Madisonville, Tenn., college advanced to the junior college regional championships and placed first in its division ... junior college coach was Jeff Walker.

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ANTONIO BURKS CAREER STATISTICS Year 2001-02 2002-03 TOTAL

GP-GS 36-33 25-17 61-50

Min/Avg 1086/30.2 670/26.8 1756/28.8

Total FG-A Pct 117-258 .453 98-205 .478 215-463 .464

3-Point FG-A Pct 4-12 .333 2-7 .286 6-19 .316

FT-FTA 66-95 45-63 111-158

Pct .695 .714 .703

Rebounds Off-Def Tot 21-65 86 4-47 51 25-112 137

Avg 2.4 2.0 2.2

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PF-FO 90-3 49-2 139-5

Ast 182 140 322

TO 78 53 131

Blk 4 4 8

Stl 72 34 106

Pts/Avg 304/8.4 243/9.7 547/9.0


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ANTONIO BURKS 6-0 ★ 201 ★ Senior Memphis, Tenn. Booker T. Washington HS Hiwassee College Career Highs Points: 27 vs. UAB (2/15/03) FG Made: 13 vs. UAB (2/15/03) FG Attempted: 19 at South Florida (2/20/02) FT Made: 7 vs Tennessee Tech (3/23/02) FT Attempted: 9 vs Tennessee Tech (3/23/02) Rebounds: 5, 3 times Assists: 12 vs Southern Miss (2/1/03), at UAB (3/8/03) Steals: 5 vs UAB (1/23/02), vs BYU (3/23/02) Blocks: 2 at Tulane (1/12/02) Minutes Played: 38 vs BYU (3/20/02)


Arthur Barclay Forward

NOTING BARCLAY Did not play after midseason of his sophomore year due to patella tendinitis of his left knee ... missed last year with continued knee troubles and did not take any classes during the fall semester ... last game he played was Jan. 18, 2002 when he was on the court for three minutes in road win at Southern Mississippi ... underwent surgery for the reoccurring knee injury in the spring ... was his second knee surgery since arriving on the University of Memphis campus.

2001-02 SEASON Averaged 2.6 points and 2.1 rebounds for the Tigers as a sophomore ... prior to missing the second half of the year was the squad’s leader with nine charges drawn, including two against South Florida ... made his first career start at Temple ... had eight points and eight rebounds in the Tigers’ win over Old Dominion ... played a career-high 16 minutes against Southeastern Louisiana ... was 1-for-3 from the field and made 3-of-4 free throws against SLU ... had a late, putback basket and a blocked shot in eight minutes of play against UT Martin ... played 16 minutes off the bench (a minute shy of a career mark), scoring a career-high nine points and pulling down four rebounds in the Tigers’ win over Southern Miss ... signed with Memphis a year earlier out of Camden High School but spent the 2000-01 season focusing on academics ... after a strong year in the classroom became academically eligible.

New Jersey Hoops’ top senior player as selected by a panel of state sports writers ... unanimous selection for the All-South Jersey team as selected by Gannett News Service following senior year ... twotime all-South Jersey pick of the Philadelphia Inquirer ... scored 1,259 points during his career at Camden ... in New Jersey’s Group 3 championship game, scored 28 points and had eight rebounds in a 93-68 win over North Jersey Sectional II champion Shabazz ... best outing of the playoffs came against Willingboro when he pulled down a career-high 26 rebounds and scored 38 points ... member of Camden team which posted a 28-5 record, finishing the season with a nine-game winning streak and posting victories in 26 of its last 27 games ... Camden defeated top-ranked Seton Hall 5046 for the Tournament of Champions title ... high school coach was Glen Jackson.

MORE ABOUT ARTHUR Son of Vandessa Still and Arthur Barclay, Sr. ... born April 29, 1982 in Camden, N.J. ... sociology and communications major.

CAMDEN HS Averaged 24 points, 17.8 rebounds and four blocks while helping lead Camden to the 2000 New Jersey Tournament of Champions title ... was named

ARTHUR BARCLAY CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS Min/Avg 2001-02 18-1 164/9.1

Total FG-A Pct 14-37 .378

3-Point FG-A Pct 0-0 .000

FT-FTA 19-34

Pct .559

Rebounds Off-Def Tot 19-19 38

Avg PF-FO Ast 2.1 26-0 2

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TO 13

Blk Stl 2 2

Pts/Avg 47/2.6


5 5 ARTHUR BARCLAY 6-8 ★ 256 ★ Junior Camden, N.J. Camden HS Career Highs Points: 9 vs Southern Miss (1/5/02) FG Made: 3 vs Southern Miss (1/5/02) FG Attempted: 5 vs Old Dominion (11/14/01) FT Made: 4 vs Old Dominion (11/14/01) FT Attempted: 5 vs Old Dominion (11/14/01), vs Southern Miss (1/5/02) Rebounds: 8 vs Old Dominion (11/14/01) Assists: 1 vs 2 opponents Steals: 1 vs 2 opponents Blocks: 1 vs 2 opponents Minutes Played: 17 vs Eastern Ky. (12/1/01)


Rodney Carney Forward

NOTING CARNEY Named to the All-Conference USA Freshman Team ... started 26 of the Tigers’ 30 games as a freshman and averaged 9.8 points and 4.8 rebounds ... ranked fourth in Conference USA, averaging 1.53 blocks per game ... had a team-leading 46 rejections as a rookie.

2002-03 SEASON Had a slam dunk off a feed from Jeremy Hunt for the Tigers’ first points against Syracuse ... started at forward and finished with 12 points, nine rebounds, five assists, two blocks and a steal against the Orangemen in his college debut ... followed up Syracuse debut with 13-point, 10-rebound effort against Austin Peay ... played all 45 minutes and had five assists and three blocks but shot just 4-of-13 from the field against the Governors ... scored 14 points and had nine rebounds against Arkansas-Pine Bluff ... scored 16 points, had 11 rebounds and a career-high five blocks in the Tigers’ win over UALR ... lone points against No. 7 Illinois came on an inbounds lob pass in the paint which was part of an 8-0 run which put the Tigers up 58-50 ... had a one-handed jam to spark a 9-0 run as Memphis roared back from an eight-point, first-half deficit against Murray State ... scored four points, had three rebounds and two blocks against the Racers.

Conference USA Tournament semifinal loss at Louisville ... finished with eight points, had five rebounds and two assists in the Tigers’ NCAA Tournament game against Arizona State.

NORTHWEST HS Averaged 21.5 points and 13.6 rebounds as a senior en route to being named the Indianapolis Star’s Player of the Year ... had 1,210 career points and 737 career rebounds ... shot 44 percent from the field and 48 percent from three-point range (90-of-189) ... also a 76 percent shooter from the free throw line ... scored 40 points in Northwest’s win over second-ranked Ben Davis High School ... prep squad was the Indianapolis Public School Athletic Conference champions with a 17-8 record ... team were also sectional runners-up ... played in the 11th annual Super Shootout which pits the top players from the city and metro area of Indianapolis and scored 25 points and had a game-high 16 rebounds ... scored 16 points in the 2002 Reebok North-South Classic ... first player from Northwest to be named to the Indiana All-Star team.

TRACK & FIELD Also the IHSAA state champion as a senior in the high jump with a personal-best jump of 6-11 ... placed sixth at the state championship in the 400 meters with a time of 49.28 ... was the sectional and regional champion in both the high jump and 400 meters.

CONFERENCE USA PLAY Scored a career-high 22 points in win over East Carolina ... wrapped a career-high matching four, three-pointers around four other baskets including a jam in transition as well as an offensive tip-in in which he came out of nowhere ... also had three blocks in ECU win ... after going 0-for-3 from the field in the first half, was 4-for7 in the second half and finished with 13 points at TCU ... knocked down 4-of-9 three-pointers and finished with 15 points, two steals and a block at home against UAB ... scored 12 points including 6of-8 from the free throw line to go along with five rebounds, an assist and a block against top-five ranked Louisville. Pulled down seven rebounds and had five points off the bench in the Tigers’ win over Cincinnati ... cored 10 points, knocking down 3-of-5 three-pointers in the Tigers’ win at UAB ... also had two assists, a block and a steal against the Blazers.

MORE ABOUT RODNEY Mother DeAndra Ware was also a state champion in Indiana High School track and held the world record in the 60-yard dash ... has three brothers and a sister ... brother Ron Slay played basketball at Tennessee ... has another older brother, Steven, and sister, Crystal, and a younger brother, Nate ... was born in Memphis April 5, 1984 ... undecided on major.

POSTSEASON PLAY Scored five points, had seven rebounds and three blocks while playing 35 minutes in the Tigers’

RODNEY CARNEY CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS Min/Avg 2002-03 30-26 759/25.3

Total FG-A Pct 102-238 .429

3-Point FG-A Pct 47-130 .362

FT-FTA 43-67

Pct .642

Rebounds Off-Def Tot 41-103 144

Avg PF-FO Ast 4.8 61-0 34

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Blk Stl 46 23

Pts/Avg 294/9.8


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6-7 ★ 205 ★ Sophomore Indianapolis, Ind. Northwest HS Career Highs Points: 22 vs East Carolina (2/4/03) FG Made: 8 vs East Carolina (2/4/03) FG Attempts: 15 vs East Carolina (2/4/03) 3FG Made: 4 at Saint Louis (1/25/03), vs East Carolina (2/4/03), vs UAB (2/15/03) 3FG Attempts: 9 vs UAB (2/15/03) FT Made: 6 vs UA-Pine Bluff (11/25/02), at Louisville (2/19/03) FT Attempts: 8 vs UA-Pine Bluff (11/25/03), at Louisville (2/19/03) Rebounds: 11 vs UALR (12/3/02) Assists: 5 vs Syracuse (11/14/02), vs Austin Peay (11/22/02) Steals: 3 vs UA-Pine Bluff (11/25/02), vs Missouri (12/14/02) Blocks: 5 vs UALR (12/3/02) Minutes: 45 vs Austin Peay (11/22/02)


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NOTING DIARRA

2000-01 SEASON

Averaged 1.0 points and 1.7 rebounds as a junior ... three-year letterman who has started 30 games ... arrived in the United States in 1997 unable to speak English ... now, English is a third language as he also speaks French and a native dialect of West Africa, Bambara.

Played in 32 games as a freshman and averaged 2.7 points and 2.6 rebounds ... shot 50.8 percent from the field ... had 12 blocks including a career-high four rejections against Howard ... received the team’s sportsmanship award at the end-of-the-year banquet following his freshman season ... played the final 11:42 of the UT Martin game ... in his first minute of play against the Skyhawks, converted a pair of three-point plays and ended up finishing with 11 points and four rebounds ... in addition to his 3-for-5 performance from the field was 5-of-6 from the free throw line ... scored four points, knocking down both of his field goal attempts against Tennessee while playing a then, career-high 11 minutes ... scored 12 points on 5-for-6 shooting against Arkansas State ... also had a career-high nine rebounds and three steals and set the tone in the AState game with a dunk in the first minute of play ... scored six points and equaled a career high with nine rebounds against Christian Brothers ... finished with a career-high 13 points, going 5for-5 from the field in an 81-58 win over Kansas State ... also had eight rebounds in the K-State game as Memphis started an eight-game winning streak ... had a career-high four blocks and three assists while matching a career high with nine rebounds and scoring eight points in the Tigers’ win over Howard ... matched a team high with seven rebounds to go with four points on 2-for-3 shooting against Tulane ... scored five points and had three rebounds off the bench in the Tigers’ TiVo NIT win over UTEP.

2002-03 SEASON Played two minutes in the Tigers’ win over Syracuse ... scored lone points on a put-back dunk while playing 18 minutes ... missed the Austin Peay game as he returned to Mali for the funeral of his father ... played 11 minutes against Furman and had one rebound and one assist ... had a season-high seven rebounds in 13 minutes of play against Missouri ... also scored four points and had a steal against Mizzou ... started for the only time this season against Ole Miss ... had two rebounds and a steal in five minutes against the Rebels ... had a field goal waved off at the buzzer in the Tigers’ win over Tulane ... had three points and two rebounds in the Tigers’ win over East Carolina ... strong defensive performance in the absence of Earl Barron who suffered a sprained ankle during the shoot-around practice earlier in the day ... scored on a nifty reverse layin in the first half of the Tulane game played in New Orleans.

2001-02 SEASON Averaged 1.4 points and 1.3 rebounds as a sophomore ... scored four points on 2-for-4 shooting and had two rebounds against Christian Brothers ... had another four-point game against Eastern Kentucky ... scored four points and had a steal in the Tigers’ win over UAB ... was 2-for-5 from the field against the Blazers ... scored two, first-half buckets against Tulane, scoring a putback bucket and also hitting a hook shot ... finished with four points and two rebounds against the Green Wave ... equaled a season high with three rebounds in loss to Houston and also blocked a shot and had a steal ... with both Earl Barron and Chris Massie in foul trouble at USF, played a season-high 12 minutes and had five rebounds during his best outing of the season ... started for the first time this season in the Tigers’ NIT firstround game against UNC Greensboro and was in the starting lineup throughout the post-season tournament ... played 12 minutes against UNC Greensboro, his second-longest outing of the year.

NOTRE DAME PREP Averaged 10 points, 14 rebounds and five blocks for Notre Dame Preparatory School in Fitchburg, Mass ... considered by many recruiting services as one of the nation’s top defensive players in the 2000 senior class because of his shot blocking and rebounding ability ... high school coach was Bill Barton.

MORE ON MODIBO Son of Manadou Diarra and Flatene Sangake and Zaratou Tiame ... majoring in engineering at the University of Memphis ... born Sept. 16, 1980 in SeGou, Mali, West Africa ... has four brothers — Bakary, Karamoko, Ousman, Moussa Bourama Amidou and six sisters— Fatoumata, Kadi, Bintou Awa, Oumou, Salimata and Assan ... last name in native language of Bambara means “lion.”

MODIBO DIARRA CAREER STATISTICS Year 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 TOTAL

GP-GS 32-24 26-5 15-1 73-30

Min/Avg 312/9.8 150/5.8 101/6.7 563/7.7

Total FG-A Pct 31-61 .508 14-33 .424 6-12 .500 51-106 .481

3-Point FG-A Pct 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

FT-FTA 23-42 9-18 3-6 35-66

Pct .548 .500 .500 .530

Rebounds Off-Def Tot 35-47 82 13-20 33 11-14 25 59-81 140

Avg 2.6 1.3 1.7 1.9

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PF-FO 49-0 25-0 21-0 95-0

Ast 7 2 3 12

TO 20 12 3 35

Blk 12 2 3 17

Stl 7 5 3 15

Pts/Avg 85/2.7 37/1.4 15/1.0 137/1.9


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6-11 ★ 252 ★ Senior SeGou, Mali, West Africa Notre Dame Prep Career Highs Points: 13 vs Kansas State (12/30/00) FG Made: 5 vs Arkansas State (12/14/00), vs Kansas State (12/30/00) FG Attempted: 6 vs A-State (12/14/00), vs CBU (12/18/00) FT Made: 5 vs UT Marin (11/29/00) FT Attempted: 6 vs UT Martin (11/29/00) Rebounds: 9 vs 3 opponents Assists: 3 vs Howard (1/3/01) Steals: 3 vs Arkansas State (12/14/00) Blocks: 4 vs Howard (1/3/01) Minutes Played: 31 vs Howard (1/3/01)


Duane Erwin Forward

NOTING ERWIN Ranked 11th in Conference USA, averaging 1.23 blocks per game ... also averaged 2.1 points and averaging 3.0 rebounds per game.

2002-03 SEASON Came off the bench to score four points and pull down five rebounds in 17 minutes of work in the Tigers’ win over Syracuse ... played 28 minutes against Austin Peay, scoring six points and pulling down six rebounds ... also blocked two shots against the Governors ... scored a career-high 14 points to go along with four rebounds and five blocks against Arkansas-Pine Bluff ... four of his career-high six baskets against UAPB were dunks ... Had a careerhigh 10 rebounds against Furman ... scored just two points on 1-for5 shooting against the Paladins ... pulled down 10 rebounds against Ole Miss ... matched a career high for boards but in both doublefigure rebounding efforts (also against Furman) managed just two points ... also had four blocks against the Rebels ... had seven rebounds in 14 minutes against No. 7 Illinois.

Blazers before fouling out with two rebounds and a blocked shot ... had his first career dunk against TCU ... also had five rebounds against the Horned Frogs ... scored four points and had three rebounds in the Tigers’ win over Tulane ... with Kelly Wise hampered by a bruised hip and strained knee, played 27 minutes over the course of three games (Tulane, at UAB and at Charlotte) ... started against USF but played just six minutes before suffering a sprained ankle ... had two rebounds in the USF game ... missed the Tigers’ next two games before starting against Houston at the Conference USA Tournament.

POSTSEASON PLAY Looked to have given the Tigers a lift in its game against Houston when he dunked an offensive rebound to give the U of M a 5148 lead over Houston with 12:30 to play before the Cougars came back to win ... played 17 minutes in the Tigers’ NIT win over UNC Greensboro, equaling a career high with seven rebounds ... also scored two points, dished out his first career assist and blocked a pair of shots.

LEE HS

CONFERENCE USA PLAY

As a senior averaged 14.0 points, 11 rebounds and seven blocks ... big man also averaged four assists per game for the Generals ... started for Lee High School since sophomore year ... points to tournament in Forrest City, Ark., the Rumble on the Ridge, as one of his biggest individual performances ... against Jackson, Miss., Murrah High School and Maurice Williams scored 18 points, had 14 rebounds and blocked 15 shots in a buzzer-beating win in the tournament’s semifinals ... squad went on to win the tournament with a victory over Forrest City ... named to the Rumble on the Ridge’s all-tournament team after posting triple-doubles in all three tournament games. In the Class 5A regional tournament blocked 24 shots over two games and was named the regional’s most valuable player ... advanced through the Class 5A playoffs with wins over Mount Oak, Gaston and Valley High School before suffering a 55-50 loss to Blount in the state title game ... scored 14 points, had 10 rebounds and blocked six shots in the title game ... was named to the Class 5A all-tournament team ... named to The Birmingham News Super-All State Team as well as a Class 5A all-state pick by The News ... named to The Huntsville Times’ Super Five team ... also an all-region and all-city pick ... high school coach was Jay Burney.

Blocked four shots in 17 minutes of play at Southern Miss ... paced Memphis early against TCU with four of the Tigers’ first six points and was perfect on the day going 4-for-4 from the field and 2-for-2 from the line along with pulling down four rebounds and blocking three shots ... scored four points, had three rebounds, two assists and a block at Tulane ... played 13 minutes off the bench against Cincinnati and had four rebounds and three blocks in the win ... followed up defensive performance against the Bearcats by blocking four shots and pulling down three rebounds at Houston.

POSTSEASON PLAY Started nine games as a sophomore including the Tigers’ NCAA Tournament game against Arizona State ... had two rebounds vs. the Sun Devils.

2001-02 SEASON Averaged 1.1 points and 2.5 rebounds as a freshman ... started in road win at USF as well as against Houston at the C-USA Tournament ... averaged 4.0 points and 4.0 rebounds in two games played in the Guardians Classic ... pulled down seven rebounds in the Tigers’ season-opening win over Wofford ... scored two points while pulling down a career-high six rebounds in the Tigers’ win over Austin Peay ... played an aggressive nine minutes against Southern Mississippi in C-USA opener and had three points, three rebounds and two blocks ... played eight minutes off the bench against UAB. Did not attempt a shot against the

MORE ON DUANE Son of Jennifer Atkinson ... born August 1, 1982 in Huntsville, Ala. ... majoring in physical education.

DUANE ERWIN CAREER STATISTICS Year 2001-02 2002-03 TOTAL

GP-GS 25-2 30-9 55-11

Min/Avg 167/6.7 386/12.9 553/10.1

Total FG-A Pct 11-24 .458 26-49 .531 37-73 .507

3-Point FG-A Pct 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000

FT-FTA 6-17 11-25 17-42

Pct .353 .440 .405

Rebounds Off-Def Tot 27-35 62 35-55 90 62-90 152

Avg 2.5 3.0 2.8

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PF-FO 38-2 53-2 91-4

Ast 1 15 16

TO 12 19 31

Blk 17 37 54

Stl 3 17 20

Pts/Avg 28/1.1 63/2.1 91/1.7


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DUANE ERWIN

6-9 ★ 238 ★ Junior Huntsville, Ala. Lee HS Career Highs Points: 14 vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11/25/02) FG Made: 6 vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11/25/02) FG Attempted: 7 vs UA-Pine Bluff (11/25/02) FT Made: 2, 4 times FT Attempted: 86 vs Austin Peay (11/22/02) Rebounds: 10 vs Furman (12/7/02), vs Ole Miss (12/19/02) Assists: 3 at Saint Louis (1/25/03) Steals: 2 vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11/25/02), vs Ole Miss (12/19/02) Blocks: 5 vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11/25/02) Minutes Played: 32 vs UA-Pine Bluff (11/25/02)


Jeremy Hunt Guard

POSTSEASON PLAY

NOTING HUNT Missed a total of 10 games because of foot surgery and later an infection to the same foot but is now healthy and averaging 9.4 points, 2.5 rebounds and 2.5 assists for the Tigers.

2002-03 SEASON Had not played a collegiate game before getting the starting nod at point guard in the Tigers’ 70-63 win over Syracuse ... scored a team-high 19 points, had seven rebounds and a game-high seven assists en route to being named the Player of the Game at the AT&T Wireless Coaches vs. Cancer Classic ... underwent successful surgery for the internal fixation of the fifth metatarsal in his left foot after a bone scan showed a fracture the week following the Syracuse win ... returned to the line up for the Illinois game and started against the No. 7 Illini, finishing with 11 points ... struggled from the field in his first game back after missing six contests following surgery ... was 3-for-11 from the field against Illinois.

Set a Conference USA Tournament record, attempting 19 free throws in the Tigers’ semifinal game against Louisville while making 12 from the line, second most in tourney history ... scored 18 points in 21 minutes of play before fouling out in the final minutes ... came off the bench to play 17 minutes against Arizona State in the NCAA Tournament ... was 1-for-7 from the field, finishing with three points and came up a rebound shy of matching a career high with six boards against the Sun Devils.

CRAIGMONT HS Averaged 21.5 points, 5.5 rebounds, 6.0 assists, 1.5 blocks and 2.0 steals at Craigmont High School as a senior ... was named all-district as well as all-conference ... a second-team all-state selection ... prep squad captured the Collierville Classic championship ... as a junior averaged 17.7 points, 5.0 assists and 3.3 steals ... connected on 79 percent of his free throw attempts as a junior, going to the line 179 times, 24 more times than anyone else in the city of Memphis ... signed with the Tigers on the first day of the early signing period ... high school coach was Duane Stokes.

CONFERENCE USA PLAY Played a career-high tying 38 minutes against South Florida in what was his first action since the Murray State game ... had not played in the Tigers’ previous four games after developing an infection to the foot which was operated on in November ... against USF, scored 18 points and had six assists and three steals ... matched a Conference USA season high with 18 points in loss at Saint Louis ... was 5-for-10 from the field, knocked down 2-of-5 three-pointers and was 6-for-7 from the line ... scored 10 points in 17 minutes of play against Louisville ... 3-for-6 from the field against the Cards ... came off the bench to score eight points in 73-66 win at South Florida ... in Tampa, sparked a 20-3 decisive run in the second half when he dived into the court-side seats to save a ball, allowing the Tigers to keep control on a key possession which later resulted in two free throws ... scored 12 points against Cincinnati, knocking down 3-of-6 three-pointers including a 25-footer in which he was fouled ... started at point guard at Houston and scored 11 points, had five assists, two steals and just one turn ... came off the bench to score 11 points, had two assists and two steals against UAB in regular-season finale.

MORE ABOUT JEREMY Son of James and Gloria Hunt ... has an older brother (Andree) and sister (Nesihia) ... born Sept. 18, 1983 in Memphis ... sports management major at the University of Memphis.

JEREMY HUNT CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS Min/Avg 2002-03 20-7 444/22.2

Total FG-A Pct 53-150 .353

3-Point FG-A Pct 32-92 .348

FT-FTA 49-82

Pct .598

Rebounds Off-Def Tot 12-38 50

Avg PF-FO Ast 2.5 43-2 49

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TO 49

Blk Stl 4 19

Pts/Avg 187/9.4


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JEREMY HUNT

6-4 ★ 206 ★ Sophomore Memphis, Tenn. Craigmont HS Career Highs Points: 19 vs Syracuse (11/14/02) FG Made: 6 vs Syracuse (11/14/02), vs USF (1/18/03) FG Attempts: 18 vs Syracuse (11/14/02) 3FG Made: 4 vs East Carolina (2/4/03) 3 FG Attempts: 10 vs USF (1/18/03) FT Made: 12 at Louisville (3/14/03) FT Attempts: 19 at Louisville (3/14/03) Rebounds: 7 vs Syracuse (11/14/02), vs Murray State (12/30/02) Assists: 7 vs Syracuse (11/14/02), vs Houston (1/22/03) Steals: 3 vs Murray State (12/30/02), vs South Florida (1/18/03) Blocks: 2 vs Cincinnati (3/1/03) Minutes: 38 vs Syracuse (11/14/02), vs USF (1/18/03)


Anthony Rice Guard

NOTING RICE Started all but one game (senior night) and averaged 8.0 points, 2.8 rebounds and 2.4 assists ... shot 36.6 percent from three-point range and knocked down 56 treys as a sophomore ... three-point field goal tally for the year ranks seventh all-time at Memphis ... in just two seasons ranks seventh all-time in career three-pointers with 104 and his 39.1 three-point shooting percentage is currently second at Memphis ... while his career is at just the halfway point has been a solid perimeter shooter for two years and is currently just behind Harry Allen (1996-98) for the best career percentage (39.4 percent).

2002-03 SEASON Scored 10 points, going 5-of-10 from the field, along with seven rebounds and three assists in the Tigers’ win over Syracuse ... his break-away dunk in the final seconds put an exclamation point on the Tigers’ season-opening win ... played all 45 minutes and ran the point late in the Austin Peay game ... had six assists to go with 15 points ... was 5-for-8 from the field ... scored a team-high 14 points, had four rebounds and four assists in 38 minutes of play against Ole Miss ... was 4-for-6 from behind the three-point arc ... finished with a team-high matching 16 points in the Tigers’ 7774 win over No. 7 Illinois ... only player to play more than 28 minutes in the game ... scored nine points and had five rebounds in 35 minutes of play at Arkansas.

CONFERENCE USA PLAY Broke out of a six-game scoring and shooting slump with an 11-point effort against Houston ... was 4-for-7 from the field and knocked down 3-of-6 three-pointers against the Cougars ... made a career-high five three-pointers as the Tigers dropped 14 treys in an 80-62 win over Southern Miss ... scored 13 points, had four rebounds and three assists against East Carolina ... after stealing the ball, had an assist on John Grice’s game winning three-pointer with just over two minutes to play at Tulane ... scored five points, had eight rebounds and four assists against the Wave on the road ... scored 12 points, including a 4-for-5 performance from behind the arc, to go along with two assists, two blocks and a steal against UAB ... scored seven points in 29 minutes of play and defensively locked down Louisville standout Reece Gaines, holding the senior to 5-for-18 shooting, including 1-for-9 from behind the arc in win over top-five ranked Cards ... was 1-for-9 from the field when he swished

back-to-back three-pointers to break a 50-50 tie at South Florida ... scored 11 points, had two assists and a steal at Houston ... scored 13 points and had three rebounds in the Tigers’ win at UAB ... was 4-of-6 from the field and drilled 3-of-5 three-point attempts.

POSTSEASON PLAY Scored eight points in 30 minutes of play against Arizona State at the NCAA Tournament.

2001-02 SEASON Started nine games as a freshman, including six straight during the Tigers’ stretch run in Conference USA ... his 23.2 minutes of playing time per game was the most by a non-everyday starter and second highest of any returning player ... shot 42.5 percent from three-point range (48-of-113) which ranks second-best in school history behind Detric Golden’s 43.9 percentage during the 1997-98 season. Averaged 7.4 points, 2.9 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game while shooting 44 percent from the field ... was a 73.7 percent shooter from the free throw line ... scored seven points in the Tigers’ win over Old Dominion, going 3-for4 from the field in just his second career game ... scored 11 points against Northwestern State on a 4-for-6 day and also had five assists ... followed up Northwestern State game, with a 10-point effort against Iowa, going 4-for-8 from the field, including 2-of-6 three-pointers ... received first career start against Southeastern Louisiana and had four points and a career-high six rebounds against the Lions ... in second consecutive start, had six points, three rebounds, three assists and season-high three steals against Christian Brothers ... scored 16 points against Austin Peay ... against the Governors was 3-for-5 from behind the arc and 6-for-8 from the field ... also had three rebounds, an assist and a block in 22 minutes of work against Austin Peay.

CONFERENCE USA PLAY In 98-93 win at TCU, scored seven points and had three rebounds off the bench ... knocked down a pair of three-pointers during a 9-3, first-half run to give the Tigers a 15-10 lead in the U of M’s win at Southern Mississippi ... scored a career-high 19 points against UAB in The Pyramid ... against UAB started for the third time in his career and first since late November and went 6-for-10 from the field and Continued on Page 62

ANTHONY RICE CAREER STATISTICS Year 2001-02 2002-03 TOTAL

GP-GS 36-9 30-29 66-38

Min/Avg 835/23.2 879/29.3 1714/26.0

Total FG-A Pct 95-216 .440 95-250 .380 190-466 .408

3-Point FG-A Pct 48-113 .425 56-153 .366 104-266.391

FT-FTA 28-38 18-30 46-68

Pct .737 .600 .676

Rebounds Off-Def Tot 30-76 106 33-52 85 63-128 191

Avg 2.9 2.8 2.9

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PF-FO 60-0 58-0 118-0

Ast 63 71 134

TO 42 42 84

Blk 14 8 22

Stl 35 21 56

Pts/Avg 266/7.4 264/8.8 530/8.0


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ANTHONY RICE 6-4 ★ 205 ★ Junior Atlanta, Ga. North Clayton HS Career Highs

Points: 19 vs UAB (1/23/02) FG Made: 6 vs 3 opponents FG Attempted: 16 at Missouri (12/14/02) 3-Point FG Made: 5 vs Southern Miss (2/1/03) 3-Point FG Attempted: 10 at USM (1/11/03) FT Made:4 vs UAB (1/23/02), vs Houston (3/7/02) FT Attempted: 5 vs UAB (1/23/02) Rebounds: 10 vs South Carolina (3/28/02) Assists: 6 vs Austin Peay (11/22/02) Steals: 4 at Houston (1/26/02) Blocks: 3 vs Houston (2/16/02) Minutes Played: 45 vs Austin Peay (11/22/02)


Billy Richmond Guard

NOTING RICHMOND Transfer to the University of Memphis from Vanderbilt ... began practicing with the Tigers in early January, 2002 ... presented the NIT champion Tigers quite a challenge both on offense and defense during practices ... came back from back spasms which sidelined him for the last two regular-season games at Houston and UAB to average 15 minutes in the Tigers’ two games at the Conference USA Tournament ... for the year averaged 8.5 points and 3.5 rebounds.

2002-03 SEASON In his first career game as a Tiger scored a team-high 22 points in 32 minutes of play off the bench against Missouri ... was 9-of-19 from the field and also had seven rebounds, two assists a block and a steal ... matched a team-high with 14 points against Ole Miss ... was 6-of-14 from the field in 30 minutes of play as a starter ... scored 10 points, had three rebounds, four assists and two steals in the Tigers’ win over No. 7 Illinois ... finished with a team-high 16 points at Arkansas but struggled at the free throw line ... made a couple big three-point plays in the second half against the Razorbacks ... scored 20 points in the Tigers’ win over Villanova ... in the final minute tied the game with two free throws, tied up a Villanova player to force a Memphis possession, scored the go-ahead bucket with a leaner with 12.6 seconds to play, stole the ball on the Wildcats’ next possession then proceeded to knock down two at the line to ice the win ... was 12of-15 from the line against Villanova.

nament semifinals, scoring one point while going 0-for-2 from the field ... drove baseline for a leaning jumper with about five seconds to play which would have given the Tigers the lead had it gone ... saw 11 minutes of playing time in the Tigers’ NCAA Tournament loss to Arizona State, finishing with two points and four rebounds.

2000-01 AT VANDERBILT Played in 29 of Vanderbilt’s 30 games as a freshman, starting 18 ... averaged 8.8 points, 2.4 rebounds and 2.2 assists ... shot 34.8 percent from the field and 72.6 percent from the free throw line ... career-high 21 points came at Boston College, including 17 points and 13-of-15 shooting from the free throw line in the second half. Scored the go-ahead goal with seven seconds remaining in a 70-66 win at Western Kentucky ... set five career highs in a three-game span against Kentucky, Mississippi State and Tennessee ... scored all 15 of his points at Kentucky in the second half ... also had a career-high six rebounds against the Wildcats during 36 minutes of play ... scored 12 points on 5-for-11 shooting against Alabama in the SEC Tournament ... led the team in assists five times, steals five times, scoring twice and blocked shots twice.

HAMILTON HS Averaged 19.4 points, 8.2 rebounds and 6.0 assists per game as a senior ... second-team all-state selection as a senior ... MLK Tournament MVP as well as the district MVP ... all-regional selection ... named to Commercial Appeal’s Super Five ... led Hamilton to a national top-25 ranking in USA Today ... team advanced to the state quarterfinals ... set a school record with 18 assists in one game ... named team captain ... high school coach was Ted Anderson. Participated in the Southern Hoops Tournament, leading the Tennessee team to a third-place finish ... scored a tournament-high 32 points against Florida and ended the tournament with the second-most field goals and free throws.

CONFERENCE USA PLAY Recorded first career double-double, scoring 17 points and pulling down 10 rebounds in the Tigers’ loss at Southern Miss ... came off the bench to score 12 points, pull down five rebounds and dish out four assists in 32 minutes of play against South Florida ... had a look at a game-winning basket with about five seconds to play but did not score on attempt while facing double team ... scored eight points, had seven rebounds and matched a career high with three steals in a 58-57 road win at Tulane ... ended an 0-for-18 three-point shooting slump by going 4-for-4 from beyond the arc in home-court win over TCU ... scored 12 points, had three rebounds, two assists and two steals against the Horned Frogs ... made it five three-pointers in a row, knocking down his lone three-point attempt against Cincinnati and finishing with 10 points against the Bearcats.

MORE ON BILLY Son of Billy, Sr., and Jackie Richmond ... has two brothers, Nick and Dustin ... born Feb. 19, 1982 in Memphis ... communications major at the University of Memphis.

POSTSEASON PLAY Played 10 minutes against Louisville in the Conference USA Tour-

BILLY RICHMOND CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS Min/Avg 2002-03 21-6 449/21.4

Total FG-A Pct 65-162 .401

3-Point FG-A Pct 6-26 .231

FT-FTA 43-90

Pct .478

Rebounds Off-Def Tot 26-47 73

Avg PF-FO Ast 3.5 44-1 38

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TO 30

Blk Stl 5 25

Pts/Avg 179/8.5


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BILLY RICHMOND 6-5 ★ 200 ★ Junior Memphis, Tenn. Hamilton HS Vanderbilt Career Highs Points: 22 at Missouri (12/14/02) FG Made: 9 at Missouri (12/14/02) FG Attempts: 19 at Missouri (12/14/02) 3FG Made: 4 vs TCU (2/26/03) 3FG Attempts: 4 at Missouri (12/14/02), vs TCU (2/26/03) FT Made: 12 vs Villanova (1/5/03) FT Attempts: 15 vs Villanova (1/5/03) Rebounds: 10 at Southern Miss (1/11/03) Assists: 5 vs Villanova (1/5/03), vs Houston (1/22/03) Steals: 3 vs Murray State, (12/30/02), vs Villanova (1/503), at Tulane (2/13/03) Blocks: 1 vs 4 opponents Minutes: 34 vs Villanova (1/5/03)


Clyde Wade Guard

NOTING WADE Reserve point guard who walked on at Memphis after playing a year at Winchendon Prep ... Memphis native who prepped at Kingsbury High School ... played in 25 games as a rookie.

2002-03 SEASON It may not have been much, but two minutes against Syracuse was pivotal according to U of M coach John Calipari who gave starting point guard Jeremy Hunt a blow with 8:35 to play ... had a steal during his playing time ... did not score but had two assists, two steals and a rebound in eight minutes of play against UA-Pine Bluff ... scored his first career points on a layup against Arkansas-Little Rock ... in first career start at Memphis, scored a career-high 10 points against Furman ... had a three-pointer to give Memphis a two-point lead then forced back-to-back steals and scored on a pair of layins to stretch out a first-half, Tiger lead against the Paladins ... saw nine minutes of action off the bench against Arkansas and finished with two assists ... scored four, first-half points against Villanova and also had two steals in nine minutes of play.

sixth in steals (3.7 per game) ... was one of five finalists for The Commercial Appeal’s Best of Preps boys’ basketball award ... named his high school team’s most valuable player as a sophomore, junior and senior ... first-team all-state, all-district and all-region ... member of 1998 state and regional championship club ... high school coach was Jerry Johnson.

MORE ABOUT CLYDE Son of Ida Wade and Clyde Wade, Jr. ... born Dec. 27, 1982 in Memphis ... undecided on major but leaning toward pursuing a career as an attorney.

CONFERENCE USA PLAY Scored three points and had three assists in Conference USA opener against Tulane ... had three assists in eight minutes of play at home against Houston ... scored two points, had two assists and no turnovers in six minutes of play in the Tigers’ win over East Carolina ... played eight minutes off the bench at TCU and had three rebounds, two assists and a steal while playing turnover free basketball ... played eight solid minutes for the Tigers on the road at Tulane and finished with one assist, two steals and no turnovers ... only points in rematch with TCU came on a one-handed jam to cap a dribble drive to the hole in the game’s final minute ... also had two assists in 14 minutes of play against the Horned Frogs ... played five minutes off the bench in the Tigers’ Conference USA Tournament loss to Louisville.

WINCHENDON SCHOOL Averaged 21 points, six assists and three steals for the prepartory school located in Winchendon, Mass. ... was named the squad’s most valuable player ... team posted a 33-4 record and were the prep school invitational champions ... squad also captured East Coast, New Hampton Invitational and MCI Tournament championships ... all-tournament team member at NEPSAC tournament ... prep school coach was Mike Byrnes.

KINGSBURY HS Led the city of Memphis in assists as a senior, averaging 8.1 per game ... also ranked sixth in scoring (22.9 points per game) and

CLYDE WADE CAREER STATISTICS Year GP-GS Min/Avg 2002-03 25-1 185/7.4

Total FG-A Pct 13-36 .361

3-Point FG-A Pct 2-12 .167

FT-FTA 8-12

Pct .667

Rebounds Off-Def Tot 2-12 14

Avg PF-FO Ast 0.6 15-0 30

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TO 22

Blk Stl 0 16

Pts/Avg 36/1.4


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CLYDE WADE

6-0 ★ 180 ★ Sophomore Memphis, Tenn. Kingsbury HS Winchendon School Career Highs Points: 10 vs Furman (12/7/02) FG Made: 4 vs Furman (12/7/02) FG Attempted: 6 vs Furman (12/7/02) FT Made: 2 vs Murray State (12/30/02), vs Villanova (1/5/03) FT Attempted: 2, 5 times Rebounds: 3 vs UALR (12/3/02), at TCU (2/8/03) Assists: 5 vs Furman (12/7/02) Steals: 3 vs Furman (12/7/02) Minutes Played: 23 vs Furman (12/7/02)


Sean Banks

Ivan Lopez

Noting Banks

Noting Lopez

Forward

1 2 3 3 Forward

“Sean is as mentally tough as any freshman that I have ever coached. He is also as coachable as any freshman I have had and those two things will bode him well throughout his career.” — John Calipari

“Ivan is a big-bodied young player who has a great deal of athleticism for his size. He is going to improve his skill level every year and he has a chance to do great things for us here.” — John Calipari

Bergen Catholic HS

Ryan Academy HS

Earned all-county and averaged 17 points as a sophomore ... named firstteam all-county for a second straight year as a junior along with being selected allregion and all-state ... he was also named to the all-Northern New Jersey Intercollegiate League squad ... ranked by ESPN.com as the No. 8 prep prospect heading into his senior season after averaging 17.2 points and 6.5 rebounds as a junior ... helped lead his prep squad to a 25-7 record and Class A state championship, a division which includes the state’s largest parochial schools during his junior year ... claimed his second consecutive all-state honors in his final prep season averaging 20.6 points, 9.4 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 4.0 blocks an outing ... led his squad to a 26-4 record as a senior ... set Bergen Catholic school records for most points, blocks and field goals in a career. under head coach Joseph Dionisio.

6-6 ★ 206 ★ Fr. Oradell, N.J. Bergen Catholic

Tiger Tracks Son of Jacquline Mingo ... has five brothers and one sister - Michael (13), Dieon (9), Tim (7), Cierra and Daniel (5), Edward “Rocky” (3) ... born on Jan. 20, 1985 in New York City ... full name is Sean Anthony Banks ... is undecided on his major at the University of Memphis.

Ranked by many recruiting publications among the top 100 recruits in the country ... played his junior season at Miami Christian where he averaged 14 points and 10 rebounds ... had a breakout tournament at the 2001 City of Palms Classic in Fort Myers, Fla., averaging 11 points and 7.8 rebounds ... opened the tournament with 10 points, nine rebounds and seven blocked shots in a 76-50 win over Lehigh Acres, Fla., as Miami Christian went 3-1 with its lone loss coming against tournament champion Los Angeles Westchester ... Transferred to Ryan Academy for his senior season and helped guide team to a 38-2 record ... averaged 22 points and 15 rebounds per contest in his final prep season.

More on Sean His favorite food is chicken mcnuggets from McDonalds ... favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant ... says his AAU Coach Jim Salmon is the person he most admires ... would some day like to go one-on-one with Kobe Bryant ... says the fact that you can always get better is what makes basketball special ... when away from basketball, enjoys playing chess, and NBA Live and March Madness on Play Station 2 ... says what impresses him most about Coach Calipari is his knowledge of the game.

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6-8 ★ 236 ★ Fr. Aguadilla, P.R. Ryan Academy

Tiger Tracks Son of Ivan Lopez and Nancy Rodriguez ... has one sister - Jackeline ... born on May 16, 1985 in Aquadilla, Puerto Rico ... plans on majoring in athletic training at the University of Memphis. More on Ivan Enjoys foods native to Puerto Rico ... says his mom and dad are the two most influential people in his life ... his favorite athlete is the Minnesota Timberwolve’s Kevin Garnett ... listens to Spanish rap before games ... enjoys going to movies and chilling with friends in his free time ... would some day like to play Kevin Garnett in one-on-one ... what impresses him the most about Coach Calipari is the way he coaches the game ... would like to see the University of Kentucky added to the Tigers’ schedule in the future.


Simplice Njoya Forward

Noting Njoya Transferred during the off season from Duquesne and will not be eligible until the 2004-05 season ... will have two seasons of eligibility remaining after playing two years with the Dukes.

Duquesne Played in all 30 games, starting 26 as a sophomore in 2002-03 at Duquesne, averaging 7.7 points and 5.0 rebounds ... had 23 steals and blocked 17 shots ... shot 41.7 percent from the field and knocked down 40 percent of his threepoint attempts (10-of-25) ... also a 67.7 percent free throw shooter ... scored in double figures 11 times during the year ... also led the squad in rebounding eight times during the year ... was plagued by foul trouble throughout his sophomore season ... fouled out of just four games but had four fouls in 14 other contests ... was limited to nine games due to an NCAA suspension his freshman season but sill managed to earn Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week honors once in the five weeks he was eligible ... suspension was for receiving benefits while in high school ... started and scored in double digits in three of Duquesne’s first five games before voluntarily being held during an investigation of benefits received before being recruited by the Dukes ... began the year scoring 16 points against Maryland-Eastern Shore, 15 against Vermont and 10 at Ohio ... returned to action in late February of his rookie year ... scored a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds against St. Bonaventure at the Atlantic 10 Tournament.

The Masters School Averaged 19 points, 10 rebounds and 3 blocks in 18 games at The Masters School ... ranked as high as No. 12 among the nation’s top senior center prospects by numerous recruiting publications ... coach at the Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. school was Dominic Malandro ... attended the Berkshire School in Homestead, Fla., as a junior ... averaged 19 points and 11 rebounds in his first season of prep basketball ... did not begin playing basketball until the age of 13.

Almamy Thiero

14 3 Center

Noting Thiero

6-10 ★ 225 ★ Jr. Yaoundé, Cameroon The Masters School Duquesne

Tiger Tracks Middle name Nvut is the first name of his grandmother on his father’s side ... oldest of five children ... born Sept. 14, 1981 in Yaoundé , the capital of Cameroon ... speaks three languages — Bamoun, a tribal French dialect, French and English ... earned a spot on the 2001-02 Atlantic 10 Commissioners Honor Roll and was also named to Duquesne’s Director of Athletics Honor Roll ... came to the United States in November, 1999 ... majoring in international business. More on Simplice His favorite food is couscous ... says his parents are the people he admires the most ... says what he enjoys most about Memphis is the history of the city ... says Coach Calipari is a great coach and is one of the best he has ever had the chance to work with.

Received a medical red-shirt after seeing very limited playing time last year as a true freshman ... underwent surgery Nov. 5, 2002, to have a metal rod placed in his lower leg after suffering a stress fracture to his tibia in practice Nov. 1 ... would play a total of two minutes in midDecember games against Missouri and Ole Miss before a decision was made to petition the NCAA for a medical red-shirt which sidelined him the remainder of the year ... only statistical number notched in the games was a personal foul against Ole Miss in less than a minute of playing time ... had a second surgery on the leg during the summer. Despite being red-shirted, was part of one award last season ... photograph of the Tiger for Memphis’s annual publicity campaign produced by Sossaman + Associates was featured in the 44th Communications Arts Photography Annual.

6-10 ★ 250 ★ Fr. SeGou, Mali, West Africa Mt. Zion Academy

Tiger Tracks

“The biggest thing I like about Almamy is he works so hard. He is driven on the basketball court. Those are the kind of guys you win with. The scary thing, and I’m saying this is where we lost a lot, because he may be our best post player. From what I know what we have back, he may be the guy in the post who can do the most damage. We will have to wait and see when he is going against our players. He is a pretty good shot and a pretty good athlete.” — John Calipari

Son of Amadou Thiero and Oumou Diagouraga ... has nine brothers and sisters - Tenin Aoua, Bakary, Saba, Kadcatou, Mohamed Cing, Damba, Koura, Seydou and Mouroukerou ... born Spet. 7, 1983 in SeGou, West Africa ... full name is Almamy Seny Amadou Yattabary Thiero ... majoring in international business.

Mount Zion Christian

More on Almamy Enjoys foods native to Africa such as rice and fish ... favorite athlete is Tracy McGrady ... lists Angelina Jolie as his favorite actress ... says his mother is the person who he both admires and has inspired him most ... would some day like to go one-on-one against Shaquille O’Neal ... says the team play of basketball makes it special ... listens to African music to get psyched for games.

Averaged 18 points, 12 rebounds and a block for Mount Zion Christian Academy in Durham, N.C. ... named the team’s most valuable player as a senior ... also averaged 18 points and 14 rebounds as a junior ... high school coach was Tony Fozard ... prep squad has been a perrenial national power which has produced such players as Donald Little (Cincinnati) and Rodney White (Charlotte) as well as the Orlando Magic’s Tracy McGrady ... was salutatorian of senior class at Mount Zion.

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knocked down 3-of-5 three-pointers ... also had five rebounds, three assists and a steal against the Blazers ... followed up UAB contest with an eight-point performance against Houston in a game in which he set a career mark with four steals ... scored 10 points off the bench against TCU in second meeting with Horned Frogs ... scored 10 points, had four rebounds and blocked a career-high three shots against Houston ... against Charlotte, scored 14 points going 5-for9 from the field, including 3-for-4 from three-point range ... also had four assists in 36 minutes of work against the 49ers.

2001-02 POSTSEASON PLAY Was Memphis’s leading scorer with 15 points in the Tigers’ Conference USA Tournament loss against Houston ... after starting the previous six games, came off the bench to score 14 points, knocking down a career-high 4-of-6 three-pointers in the Tigers’ NIT win over UNC Greensboro ... played 20 minutes off the bench against BYU, pulling down four rebounds in the NIT second-round game ... scored eight points against Tennessee Tech as the Tigers posted a 79-73 win to advance to the NIT semifinals ... closed out his rookie season by pulling down a career-high 10 rebounds and matched another career mark with five assists in the Tigers’ NIT title win over South Carolina.

NORTH CLAYTON HS Averaged 20.1 points to rank among the top 15 scorers in metro Atlanta ... also averaged five rebounds, four steals and three blocks per game ... second-team all-state selection by the Atlanta Tipoff Club ... also named to the organization’s Metro Atlanta team ... prep team advanced to the second round of the Georgia state playoffs ... high school coach was Lewis Wilkerson.

MORE ABOUT ANTHONY Son of Marie Massey Avery and Douglas Avery ... born May 26, 1983 in Albany, Ga. ... art major at the University of Memphis who is also pursuing a minor in business administration.

CAREER ST ATS

vs. Conference USA

Charlotte PLAYER GP-GS Barclay 0-0 Burks 1-1 Carney 0-0 Diarra 1-1 Erwin 0-0 Hunt 0-0 Rice 1-1 Richmond 0-0 Wade 0-0

FG-A 3FG-A FTM-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-10 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-9 3-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

REB 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-4-6 0-0-0 0-0-0

AST 0 4 0 0 0 0 4 0 0

TO BS ST PTS 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FG-A 3FG-A FTM-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 9-18 1-1 7-8 2-6 1-5 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 3-5 1-2 0-0 4-8 1-3 1-3 4-7 1-1 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0

REB 0-0-0 0-2-4 0-7-7 0-2-2 2-2-4 0-2-2 1-4-5 1-1-2 0-0-0

AST 0 6 0 0 0 1 6 1 0

TO BS ST PTS 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 26 1 2 0 5 2 0 1 4 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 7 2 0 1 10 1 1 0 10 0 0 0 0

FG-A 3FG-A FTM-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-4 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-10 2-5 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

REB 0-0-0 1-2-3 0-0-0 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-5-9 0-0-0 0-0-0

AST 0 6 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

TO BS ST PTS 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

REB 0-0-0 0-4-4 1-4-5 0-2-2 0-0-0 1-1-2 2-2-4 0-0-0 0-0-0

AST 0 6 0 1 0 3 3 0 2

TO BS ST PTS 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 6 0 3 1 22 1 1 0 3 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 15 1 0 1 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

REB AST 0-0-0 0 6-6-12 25 3-6-9 2 3-1-4 0 4-10-14 0 4-3-7 12 5-9-14 3 0-2-2 5 0-1-1 3

TO BS ST PTS 0 0 0 0 9 0 6 37 1 3 1 20 1 1 1 2 1 8 2 5 5 0 3 12 2 5 6 55 2 0 1 7 1 0 0 2

Cincinnati PLAYER GP-GS Barclay 0-0 Burks 2-2 Carney 1-0 Diarra 2-1 Erwin 1-0 Rice 1-1 Rice 2-1 Richmond 1-0 Wade 1-0

DePaul PLAYER GP-GS Barclay 0-0 Burks 1-1 Carney 0-0 Diarra 2-1 Erwin 0-0 Hunt 0-0 Rice 1-1 Richmond 0-0 Wade 0-0

East Carolina PLAYER GP-GS Barclay 0-0 Burks 1-1 Carney 1-1 Diarra 1-0 Erwin 1-1 Hunt 1-0 Rice 1-1 Richmond 0-0 Wade 1-0

FG-A 3FG-A FTM-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-9 0-0 0-0 8-15 4-8 2-2 1-1 0-0 1-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 4-8 4-8 3-5 4-10 3-8 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0

Houston PLAYER GP-GS FG-A 3FG-A FTM-A Barclay 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Burks 4-3 17-37 0-3 3-4 Carney 2-2 7-21 3-13 3-4 Diarra 5-1 1-5 0-0 0-2 Erwin 5-1 2-6 0-0 1-2 Hunt 2-2 4-13 2-7 2-4 Rice 5-4 17-40 12-25 9-9 Richmond 1-0 3-7 0-1 1-4 Wade 2-0 1-3 -1 0-1

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CAREER ST ATS vs. Conference USA Louisville

TCU

PLAYER GP-GS FG-A 3FG-A FTM-A Barclay 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Burks 3-3 15-32 0-1 11-19 Carney 2-2 4-9 3-7 6-8 Diarra 1-1 0-1 0-0 1-2 Erwin 3-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 Hunt 2-0 5-11 2-6 16-27 Rice 3-2 4-12 2-7 3-4 Richmond 2-0 2-6 0-0 1-5 Wade 2-0 0-0 0-0 1-2

REB 0-0-0 3-5-8 5-7-12 2-0-2 2-1-3 0-3-3 4-4-8 2-1-3 0-1-1

AST 0 13 3 0 1 0 3 4 0

TO BS ST PTS 0 0 0 0 4 0 6 41 3 4 0 17 0 0 0 1 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 28 3 0 3 13 4 0 2 5 4 0 0 1

REB 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

AST 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TO BS ST PTS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Marquette PLAYER GP-GS Barclay 0-0 Burks 0-0 Carney 0-0 Diarra 1-1 Erwin 0-0 Hunt 0-0 Rice 0-0 Richmond 0-0 Wade 0-0

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

FG-A 3FG-A FTM-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-10 1-1 1-1 5-6 4-5 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-10 2-5 6-7 4-10 2-6 1-2 0-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PLAYER GP-GS FG-A 3FG-A FTM-A Barclay 1-0 1-3 0-0 1-4 Burks 4-4 10-25 0-0 11-15 Carney 2-2 4-10 2-7 2-2 Diarra 4-2 6-8 0-0 3-7 Erwin 4-1 5-9 0-0 1-2 Hunt 1-0 0-2 0-2 0-0 Rice 4-2 10-32 4-15 2-3 Richmond 1-0 4-9 0-3 0-2 Wade 2-0 1-4 0-1 1-2

REB 0-0-0 0-2-2 0-5-5 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-2-2 0-0-0 0-0-0

AST 0 4 2 0 2 0 2 0 0

TO BS ST PTS 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 12 1 0 0 14 0 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 2 0 1 18 1 0 0 11 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

PLAYER GP-GS FG-A 3FG-A FTM-A Barclay 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Burks 4-3 23-36 1-3 8-11 Carney 2-2 8-17 7-14 2-3 Diarra 5-2 5-10 0-0 0-5 Erwin 4-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 Hunt 2-0 5-10 2-4 7-11 Rice 4-3 16-27 11-17 6-9 Richmond 1-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 Wade 2-0 2-2 1-1 2-4

REB AST 1-2-3 0 1-12-13 20 3-3-6 2 4-9-13 0 7-7-14 5 0-0-0 0 8-7-15 8 2-5-7 1 0-1-1 4

TO BS ST PTS 0 0 0 3 6 2 9 31 0 3 1 10 4 1 1 15 3 1 1 11 2 1 0 0 9 1 6 26 0 0 3 8 0 0 3 3

REB AST 0-0-0 0 1-10-11 35 0-7-7 2 2-4-6 0 3-8-11 0 0-2-2 4 5-9-14 5 0-0-0 0 0-1-1 3

TO BS ST PTS 0 0 0 0 9 1 12 55 4 2 3 25 1 0 1 10 3 3 1 0 7 0 2 19 5 2 2 49 1 0 0 0 5 0 2 7

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REB AST 1-4-5 0 2-10-12 22 2-7-9 4 1-1-2 0 4-3-7 0 0-0-0 1 1-10-11 10 3-9-12 4 0-0-0 0

TO BS ST PTS 1 0 0 9 13 1 8 36 0 2 1 14 0 0 0 4 0 7 1 7 1 0 1 3 6 2 5 33 5 1 0 21 0 0 0 0

REB 1-0-1 2-7-9 4-8-12 3-5-6 1-3-4 2-6-8 6-6-12 5-9-14 0-0-0

TO BS ST PTS 2 0 0 2 9 0 8 58 5 2 2 28 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 9 0 4 29 3 0 6 27 2 1 2 20 0 0 0 0

PLAYER GP-GS FG-A 3FG-A FTM-A Barclay 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Burks 3-3 11-25 0-1 7-9 Carney 2-2 7-16 4-11 5-6 Diarra 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Erwin 3-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 Hunt 2-0 3-7 3-6 12-19 Rice 4-2 13-33 8-24 1-2 Richmond 2-0 2-8 1-3 2-4 Wade 2-0 0-1 0-1 0-0

South Florida PLAYER GP-GS FG-A 3FG-A FTM-A Barclay 1-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 Burks 4-4 23-48 1-1 11-14 Carney 3-3 8-21 5-15 7-10 Diarra 4-1 1-2 0-0 0-2 Erwin 5-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Hunt 3-1 9-25 6-15 5-6 Rice 5-4 10-32 5-19 2-6 Richmond 3-0 7-22 1-5 5-10 Wade 2-0 0-2 0-1 0-0

TO BS ST PTS 0 0 0 1 7 2 10 46 4 1 0 18 1 0 1 0 3 4 1 15 7 1 4 12 2 1 1 35 3 0 4 13 1 0 1 2

UAB

Southern Mississippi PLAYER GP-GS FG-A 3FG-A FTM-A Barclay 2-0 3-4 0-0 3-5 Burks 4-4 17-32 0-1 2-5 Carney 2-1 5-11 4-9 0-1 Diarra 2-1 1-3 0-0 2-2 Erwin 3-0 3-4 0-0 1-4 Hunt 1-0 1-2 1-1 0-0 Rice 4-2 11-32 10-27 1-1 Richmond 2-1 10-21 0-3 1-4 Wade 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

REB AST 1-0-1 0 1-10-11 30 2-3-5 1 0-3-3 1 3-6-9 2 2-1-3 1 3-3-6 8 2-3-5 3 1-3-4 4

Tulane

Saint Louis PLAYER GP-GS Barclay 0-0 Burks 1-0 Carney 1-0 Diarra 2-1 Erwin 1-0 Hunt 1-1 Rice 1-1 Richmond 1-0 Wade 1-0

PLAYER GP-GS FG-A 3FG-A FTM-A Barclay 1-0 0-1 0-0 1-2 Burks 4-4 18-29 0-1 10-16 Carney 2-2 6-16 3-12 3-6 Diarra 3-0 0-4 0-0 0-0 Erwin 4-2 6-6 0-0 3-4 Hunt 2-0 5-18 2-10 0-1 Rice 4-2 13-33 8-24 1-2 Richmond 2-0 4-8 4-5 1-4 Wade 2-0 1-5 0-3 0-0

AST 0 24 0 1 0 9 9 7 0

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REB 0-0-0 4-4-8 5-4-9 0-0-0 4-5-9 0-4-4 3-3-6 4-2-6 0-0-0

AST 0 19 2 0 0 2 8 2 0

TO BS ST PTS 0 0 0 0 4 0 4 29 4 5 0 23 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 4 0 0 21 2 1 1 35 2 1 0 7 2 0 0 0


CAREER STATISTICS ARTHUR BARCLAY 2001-02 Season DATE Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 18 Nov. 20 Nov. 21 Nov. 24 Nov. 28 Dec. 1 Dec. 7 Dec. 15 Dec. 20 Dec. 22 Dec. 28 Jan. 5 Jan. 9 Jan. 12 Jan. 15 Jan. 18

OPPONENT GP-GS Wofford 1-0 Old Domionion 1-0 Northwestern State 1-0 vs Iowa 1-0 vs Alabama 1-0 Southeastern Louisiana 1-0 Christian Brothers 1-0 Eastern Kentucky 1-0 at Mississippi 1-0 Tennessee 1-0 at Temple 1-1 Austin Peay 1-0 Tennessee-Martin 1-0 Southern Mississippi 1-0 at TCU 1-0 at Tulane 1-0 South Florida 1-0 at Southern Miss 1-0 Totals 18-1

MIN 11 14 12 5 5 16 13 17 7 1 5 8 8 16 2 11 10 3 164

FGM-A 0-0 2-5 2-5 0-1 0-0 1-3 1-4 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-3 3-4 0-1 1-3 1-2 0-0 14-37

3-Point FGM-A 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 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FTM-A 1-2 4-5 0-0 0-0 1-2 3-4 2-2 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-2 3-5 1-2 1-4 0-0 0-0 19-34

Rebounds OFF DEF TOT 0 2 2 5 3 8 3 2 5 0 1 1 2 0 2 1 1 2 1 0 1 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 1 3 4 1 0 1 1 2 3 1 0 1 0 1 1 19 19 38

PF 1 2 1 0 1 3 2 2 4 1 0 0 1 4 1 2 0 1 26

AST 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

TO 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 13

BS 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

ST 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

PTS 1 8 4 0 1 5 4 4 0 0 0 3 2 9 1 3 2 0 47

PF 0 1 2 5 3 2 2 0 5 2 4 3 2 5 2 4 3 2 4 0 2 4 2 1 4 4 1 1 2 4 2 1 0 4 3 4 90

AST 6 0 8 5 2 1 2 3 4 7 11 4 3 4 6 7 5 8 4 10 6 6 4 8 3 4 4 0 6 5 8 6 4 4 7 1 182

TO 4 0 2 5 1 2 2 0 2 3 0 2 0 2 2 0 1 2 4 2 2 2 2 4 3 4 3 1 1 1 2 4 3 2 3 5 78

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

ST 1 1 2 2 1 2 3 2 0 2 3 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 0 5 2 4 4 5 3 2 2 3 2 0 1 1 5 2 1 3 72

PTS 4 5 11 10 6 5 10 2 0 7 2 4 14 6 9 10 5 16 4 12 10 10 11 6 5 8 12 26 2 14 9 4 18 15 8 4 304

ANTONIO BURKS 2001-02 Season DATE Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 18 Nov. 20 Nov. 21 Nov. 24 Nov. 28 Dec. 1 Dec. 7 Dec. 15 Dec. 20 Dec. 22 Dec. 28 Jan. 2 Jan. 5 Jan. 9 Jan. 12 Jan. 15 Jan. 18 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Jan. 30 Feb. 2 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. 16 Feb. 20 Feb. 23 Mar. 3 Mar. 7 Mar. 14 Mar. 20 Mar. 23 Mar. 26 Mar. 28

OPPONENT GP-GS Wofford 1-1 Old Dominion 1-1 Northwestern State 1-1 vs Iowa 1-1 vs Alabama 1-1 Southeastern Louisiana 1-1 Christian Brothers 1-1 Eastern Kentucky 1-0 at Mississippi 1-0 Tennessee 1-1 at Temple 1-1 Austin Peay 1-1 Tennessee-Martin 1-1 Arkansas 1-1 Southern Mississippi 1-1 at TCU 1-1 at Tulane 1-1 South Florida 1-1 at Southern Miss 1-1 UAB 1-0 at Houston 1-1 Louisville 1-1 TCU 1-1 Tulane 1-1 at UAB 1-1 at Charlotte 1-1 Houston 1-1 at South Florida 1-1 DePaul 1-1 at Cincinnati 1-1 vs Houston 1-1 UNC Greensboro 1-1 BYU 1-1 Tennessee Tech 1-1 vs Temple 1-1 vs South Carolina 1-1 Totals 36-33

MIN FGM-A 28 1-3 31 1-5 23 5-8 30 5-12 26 3-10 25 1-2 24 5-9 8 1-4 27 0-4 36 2-4 33 1-8 29 1-1 25 7-13 19 2-3 25 4-6 27 4-7 35 1-4 36 7-12 32 2-4 26 4-5 33 5-11 26 3-7 29 4-8 35 1-3 39 2-8 37 3-10 30 5-11 36 12-19 34 0-4 33 5-9 35 4-7 32 1-4 38 7-9 33 4-9 34 4-8 37 0-7 1086 117-258

3-Point FGM-A 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-2 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 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-1 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-12

FTM-A 2-4 3-4 0-1 0-0 0-2 3-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 3-4 0-0 2-2 0-1 2-2 1-1 2-6 3-5 2-3 0-0 4-6 0-0 4-7 3-4 4-4 0-0 2-2 2-2 1-2 2-2 3-4 1-2 2-2 4-5 7-9 0-0 4-4 66-95

Rebounds OFF DEF TOT 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 3 3 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 3 3 2 2 4 0 2 2 2 3 5 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 4 5 0 2 2 0 4 4 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 4 1 3 4 1 4 5 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 3 0 2 2 3 1 4 0 1 1 0 4 4 1 3 4 1 2 3 1 0 1 21 65 86

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GAME-BY-GAME ANTONIO BURKS ... Continued 2002-03 Season DATE Dec. 3 Dec. 7 Dec. 14 Dec. 19 Dec. 28 Dec. 30 Jan. 2 Jan. 5 Jan. 7 Jan. 11 Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 22 Feb. 26 Mar. 1 Mar. 6 Mar. 8 Mar. 13 Mar. 14 Mar. 20

OPPONENT UALR Furman at Missouri Ole Miss Illinois Murray State at Arkansas Villanova Tulane at Southern Miss at Saint Louis Southern Miss East Carolina at TCU at Tulane UAB at Louisville at South Florida TCU Cincinnati at Houston at UAB vs South Florida at Louisville vs Arizona State Totals

GP-GS 1-1 1-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 25-17

MIN 17 13 24 22 23 3 21 22 32 36 31 35 28 34 27 33 30 36 25 23 31 30 32 28 34 670

FGM-A 2-7 4-7 5-10 0-3 1-4 0-0 2-3 1-5 6-12 6-9 5-10 5-13 3-9 5-8 2-6 13-16 6-14 3-10 5-6 4-9 3-8 4-7 1-7 6-11 6-11 98-205

3-Point FGM-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 01 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-2 2-7

FTM-A 0-0 0-0 5-7 2-2 0-1 0-0 2-2 0-0 4-6 1-4 1-1 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 1-1 4-8 5-6 3-4 4-4 0-0 3-4 3-3 3-4 2-4 45-63

OFF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 4

Rebounds DEF TOT 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 4 4 2 3 2 2 3 3 4 4 2 2 0 0 4 4 3 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 4 5 3 3 3 4 0 0 0 0 47 51

PF 3 0 5 3 0 0 0 3 1 2 4 1 0 1 2 1 4 1 0 4 2 1 3 3 5 49

AST 8 4 5 6 5 0 2 4 4 0 4 12 6 9 3 10 4 8 10 1 7 12 8 3 5 140

TO 3 2 4 1 0 0 2 6 1 4 2 3 2 2 0 2 1 3 3 0 2 2 3 1 4 53

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

ST 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 3 1 3 0 4 0 2 1 4 1 1 3 1 1 0 2 1 0 34

PTS 4 8 15 2 2 0 6 2 16 13 12 10 6 12 4 27 16 11 13 12 6 11 5 15 15 243

PF 2 1 1 1 3 4 2 0 1 1 4 3 2 2 2 1 0 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 3 4 2 2 4 0 61

AST 5 5 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 2 4 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 2 2 34

TO 1 3 5 2 1 2 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 1 3 1 1 2 2 2 0 38

BS 2 3 2 5 3 1 2 0 2 3 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 3 1 2 1 1 0 0 2 2 1 2 3 1 46

ST 1 1 3 1 1 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 23

PTS 12 13 14 16 15 3 13 2 4 11 8 2 5 6 14 14 9 22 13 10 15 12 4 5 5 6 10 18 5 8 294

RODNEY CARNEY 2002-03 Season DATE Nov 14 Nov. 22 Nov. 25 Dec. 3 Dec. 7 Dec. 14 Dec. 19 Dec. 28 Dec. 30 Jan. 2 Jan. 5 Jan. 7 Jan. 11 Jan. 18 Jan. 22 Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 22 Feb. 26 Mar. 1 Mar. 6 Mar. 8 Mar. 13 Mar. 14 Mar. 20

OPPONENT vs Syracuse Austin Peay State Arkansas-Pine Bluff UALR Furman at Missouri Ole Miss Illinois Murray State at Arkansas Villanova Tulane at Southern Miss South Florida Houston at Saint Louis Southern Miss East Carolina at TCU at Tulane UAB at Louisville at South Florida TCU Cincinnati at Houston at UAB vs South Florida at Louisiville vs Arizona State Totals

GP-GS 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 30-26

MIN FGM-A 34 5-13 45 4-13 35 4-12 37 7-12 30 6-9 24 1-8 22 6-10 10 1-4 20 2-5 19 4-5 16 3-7 12 1-4 18 2-6 16 2-4 27 4-10 27 5-6 20 3-5 31 8-15 30 4-10 25 3-6 26 5-11 23 2-3 28 1-7 16 2-6 22 2-6 28 3-11 27 3-6 29 5-10 35 2-6 27 2-8 759 102-238

3-Point FGM-A 0-2 2-6 0-3 1-3 1-3 0-3 0-0 0-2 0-2 3-4 2-2 0-2 1-4 1-2 3-6 4-5 3-5 4-8 3-8 2-5 4-9 2-3 1-6 0-4 1-5 0-7 3-5 3-7 1-4 2-5 47-130

FTM-A 2-4 3-5 6-8 1-4 2-3 1-3 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-2 3-4 0-0 0-0 2-2 2-5 2-2 1-1 6-8 1-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 5-6 0-0 2-2 43-67

Rebounds OFF DEF TOT 4 5 9 3 7 10 3 6 9 1 10 11 1 5 6 3 0 3 1 4 5 1 2 3 1 2 3 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 3 1 5 6 2 1 3 1 4 5 0 5 5 1 2 3 1 4 5 1 0 1 1 2 3 0 4 4 1 4 5 1 6 7 1 3 4 0 7 7 2 2 4 0 3 3 1 1 2 4 3 7 2 3 5 41 103 144

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CAREER STATISTICS MODIBO DIARRA 2000-01 Season DATE Nov. 17 Nov. 23 Nov. 24 Nov. 25 Nov. 29 Dec. 2 Dec. 5 Dec. 9 Dec. 14 Dec. 18 Dec. 21 Dec. 27 Dec. 30 Jan. 3 Jan. 6 Jan. 13 Jan. 18 Jan. 20 Jan. 24 Jan. 27 Feb. 2 Feb. 7 Feb. 10 Feb. 15 Feb. 17 Feb. 19 Feb. 25 Mar. 3 Mar. 20 Mar. 22 Mar. 27 Mar. 29

OPPONENT GP-GS Temple 1-0 vs Miami (Ohio) 1-1 vs Stanford 1-1 vs Utah 1-0 Tennessee-Martin 1-0 at Arkansas 1-1 at Tennessee 1-1 Mississippi 1-1 Arkansas State 1-1 Christian Brothers 1-1 at Miami (Fla.) 1-1 Southern Mississippi 1-1 Kansas State 1-1 Howard 1-1 at Houston 1-1 at DePaul 1-1 Saint Louis 1-1 Houston 1-1 at Tulane 1-1 at UAB 1-1 Marquette 1-1 at South Florida 1-1 Tulane 1-1 Cincinnati 1-1 at Charlotte 1-1 UAB 1-1 South Florida 1-0 at Louisville 1-1 UTEP 1-0 New Mexico 1-0 vs Tulsa 1-0 vs Detroit 1-0 Totals 32-24

MIN 4 10 7 1 11 4 11 15 23 21 9 15 15 31 16 7 10 13 15 2 10 3 15 8 3 4 1 2 7 2 4 1 312

FGM-A 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-1 3-5 0-0 2-2 1-2 5-6 2-3 0-1 1-3 1-3 3-6 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-2 2-3 0-2 0-0 0-1 2-3 2-2 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 2-5 0-1 0-0 0-0 31-61

3-Point FGM-A 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 0-0 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 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FTM-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-5 2-2 0-0 2-2 2-2 2-5 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-2 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 23-42

Rebounds OFF DEF TOT 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 3 4 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 3 3 4 5 9 5 4 9 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 7 9 3 1 4 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 3 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 6 7 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 2 3 1 1 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 35 47 82

PF 1 1 3 0 1 0 1 3 1 2 2 4 4 2 3 1 1 2 2 1 2 0 4 2 1 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 49

AST 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7

TO 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 20

BS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 12

ST 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7

PTS 0 0 0 0 11 0 4 2 12 6 0 4 4 8 1 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 4 4 0 2 0 1 5 1 0 0 85

PF 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 3 3 1 0 4 2 0 0 0 1 25

AST 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

TO 1 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 12

BS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

ST 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 5

PTS 2 0 4 2 0 4 4 2 2 0 2 4 2 0 4 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 37

2001-02 Season DATE Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 18 Nov. 21 Nov. 24 Nov. 28 Dec. 1 Dec. 22 Dec. 28 Jan. 5 Jan. 15 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Feb. 2 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 16 Feb. 20 Feb. 23 Mar. 3 Mar. 7 Mar. 14 Mar. 20 Mar. 23 Mar. 26 Mar. 28

OPPONENT GP-GS Wofford 1-0 Old Dominion 1-0 Northwestern State 1-0 vs Alabama 1-0 Southeastern Louisiana 1-0 Christian Brothers 1-0 Eastern Kentucky 1-0 Austin Peay 1-0 Tennessee-Martin 1-0 Southern Mississippi 1-0 South Florida 1-0 UAB 1-0 at Houston 1-0 TCU 1-0 Tulane 1-0 at UAB 1-0 Houston 1-0 at South Florida 1-0 DePaul 1-0 at Cincinnati 1-0 vs Houston 1-0 UNC Greensboro 1-1 BYU 1-1 Tennessee Tech 1-1 vs Temple 1-1 vs South Carolina 1-1 Totals 26-5

MIN 10 8 8 5 4 9 4 8 3 3 1 4 4 6 4 5 7 21 4 0+ 6 12 4 1 5 4 150

FGM-A 1-1 0-0 1-2 1-1 0-0 2-4 0-3 1-2 0-2 0-0 1-1 2-5 1-2 0-2 2-2 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-1 14-33

3-Point FGM-A 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 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FTM-A 0-3 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-4 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 9-18

Rebounds OFF DEF TOT 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 3 0 3 2 3 5 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 13 20 33

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GAME-BY-GAME MODIBO DIARRA ... Continued 2002-03 Season DATE Nov. 14 Nov. 25 Dec. 3 Dec. 7 Dec. 14 Dec. 19 Jan. 7 Jan. 25 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 26 Mar. 6 Mar. 8

OPPONENT vs Syracuse Arkansas-Pine Bluff UALR Furman at Missouri Ole Miss Tulane at Saint Louis East Carolina at TCU at Tulane UAB TCU at Houston at UAB Totals

GP-GS 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 15-1

MIN 2 18 8 11 13 5 1 6 13 2 2 8 10 2 0 101

FGM-A 0-0 1-2 1-1 0-0 1-3 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-1 1-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 6-12

3-Point FGM-A 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 0-0 0-0

FTM-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-6

Rebounds OFF DEF TOT 0 0 0 1 4 5 1 0 1 1 0 1 6 1 7 1 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 14 25

PF 1 4 1 2 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 4 3 0 0 21

AST 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 3

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

BS 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

ST 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3

PTS 0 2 2 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 2 2 0 0 0 15

PF 2 0 2 3 5 2 1 2 1 1 0 5 2 1 0 1 1 0 3 0 0 4 0 0 0 38

AST 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 1

TO 2 0 1 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 12

BS 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 17

ST 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3

PTS 6 2 0 2 2 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 4 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 28

DUANE ERWIN 2001-02 Season DATE Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 24 Nov. 28 Dec. 1 Dec. 22 Dec. 28 Jan. 5 Jan. 9 Jan. 12 Jan. 15 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Jan. 30 Feb. 2 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. 16 Feb. 20 Mar. 7 Mar. 14 Mar. 20 Mar. 23 Mar. 28

OPPONENT GP-GS Wofford 1-0 Old Dominion 1-0 Southeastern Louisiana 1-0 Christian Brothers 1-0 Eastern Kentucky 1-0 Austin Peay 1-0 Tennessee-Martin 1-0 Southern Mississippi 1-0 at TCU 1-0 Tulane 1-0 South Florida 1-0 UAB 1-0 at Houston 1-0 Louisville 1-0 TCU 1-0 Tulane 1-0 at UAB 1-0 at Charlotte 1-0 Houston 1-0 at South Florida 1-1 vs Houston 1-1 UNC Greensboro 1-0 BYU 1-0 Tennessee Tech 1-0 vs South Carolina 1-0 Totals 25-2

MIN 9 7 6 9 9 11 6 9 1 3 1 8 7 2 9 10 8 1 10 6 9 17 5 3 1 167

FGM-A 1-2 1-2 0-0 1-2 1-4 1-1 0-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-1 2-3 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 11-24

3-Point FGM-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 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 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1

FTM-A 4-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 6-17

Rebounds OFF DEF TOT 4 3 7 1 0 1 0 1 1 2 2 4 3 2 5 1 5 6 3 0 3 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 2 3 5 3 0 3 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 4 6 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 6 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 35 62

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CAREER STATISTICS DUANE ERWIN ... Continued 2002-03 Season DATE Nov. 14 Nov. 22 Nov. 25 Dec. 3 Dec. 7 Dec. 14 Dec. 19 Dec. 28 Dec. 30 Jan. 2 Jan. 5 Jan. 7 Jan. 11 Jan. 18 Jan. 22 Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 22 Feb. 26 Mar. 1 Mar. 6 Mar. 8 Mar. 13 Mar. 14 Mar. 20

OPPONENT vs Syracuse Austin Peay State Arkansas-Pine Bluff UALR Furman at Missouri Ole Miss Illinois Murray State at Arkansas Villanova Tulane at Southern Miss South Florida Houston at Saint Louis Southern Miss East Carolina at TCU at Tulane UAB at Louisville at South Florida TCU Cincinnati at Houston at UAB vs South Florida at Louisville vs Arizona State Totals

GP-GS 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 30-9

MIN 17 28 32 20 23 4 17 14 11 7 4 17 17 4 5 9 9 14 19 17 13 11 19 5 13 13 9 6 3 6 386

FGM-A 2-3 2-2 6-7 0-1 1-5 0-0 1-4 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-2 4-4 2-5 0-1 1-1 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 26-49

3-Point FGM-A 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 0-0 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 0-0 0-0

FTM-A 0-0 2-6 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-0 2-4 0-0 1-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 11-25

Rebounds OFF DEF TOT 2 3 5 2 4 6 2 2 4 1 2 3 6 4 10 1 1 2 2 8 10 3 4 7 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 3 4 7 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 3 4 1 2 3 2 4 6 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 2 4 0 3 3 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 2 1 1 2 35 55 90

PF 1 5 2 0 2 5 1 2 2 1 1 2 1 0 0 3 2 3 4 3 3 1 3 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 53

AST 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 15

TO 0 0 1 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 19

BS 0 2 5 2 0 0 4 1 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 0 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 37

ST 1 1 2 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 17

PTS 4 6 14 0 2 0 2 3 2 2 0 3 2 0 2 0 2 0 10 4 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 63

PF 1 1 1 3 2 3 2 0 5 1 1 2 1 1 3 0 4 3 5 4 43

AST 7 1 6 6 7 0 1 3 0 0 2 0 1 1 3 5 2 2 0 2 49

TO 6 4 2 5 4 2 1 2 3 2 2 0 0 4 1 1 5 4 0 1 49

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

ST 0 0 3 3 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 19

PTS 19 11 6 18 1 18 3 15 2 0 8 10 8 10 12 11 11 3 18 3 187

JEREMY HUNT 2002-03 Season DATE Nov. 14 Dec. 28 Dec. 30 Jan. 18 Jan. 22 Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 22 Feb. 26 Mar. 1 Mar. 6 Mar. 8 Mar. 13 Mar. 14 Mar. 20

OPPONENT vs Syracuse Illinois Murray State South Florida Houston at Saint Louis Southern Miss East Carolina at TCU at Tulane UAB at Louisville at South Florida TCU Cincinnati at Houston at UAB vs South Florida at Louisville vs Arizona State Totals

GP-GS 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 20-7

MIN 38 25 30 38 21 24 14 25 9 9 20 17 17 23 26 25 27 18 21 17 444

FGM-A 6-18 3-11 1-7 6-17 0-3 5-10 1-2 4-8 1-5 0-2 2-3 3-6 2-6 4-13 4-8 4-10 3-7 1-2 2-5 1-7 53-150

3-Point FGM-A 3-7 3-8 1-7 3-10 0-2 2-5 1-1 4-8 0-4 0-2 0-1 0-2 2-3 2-6 3-6 2-5 2-3 1-2 2-4 1-6 32-92

FTM-A 4-9 2-2 3-6 3-4 1-2 6-7 0-0 3-5 0-0 0-0 4-7 4-8 2-2 0-1 1-4 1-2 3-4 0-0 12-19 0-0 49-82

Rebounds OFF DEF TOT 1 6 7 0 2 2 0 7 7 1 2 3 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 2 3 2 1 3 0 2 2 4 1 5 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 2 2 2 4 6 12 38 50

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GAME-BY-GAME ANTHONY RICE 2001-02 Season DATE Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 18 Nov. 20 Nov. 21 Nov. 24 Nov. 28 Dec. 1 Dec. 7 Dec. 15 Dec. 20 Dec. 22 Dec. 28 Jan. 2 Jan. 5 Jan. 9 Jan. 12 Jan. 15 Jan. 18 Jan. 23 Jan. 26 Jan. 30 Feb. 2 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. 16 Feb. 20 Feb. 23 Mar. 3 Mar. 7 Mar. 14 Mar. 20 Mar. 23 Mar. 26 Mar. 28

OPPONENT GP-GS Wofford 1-0 Old Dominion 1-0 Northwestern State 1-0 vs. Iowa 1-0 vs. Alabama 1-0 Southeastern Louisiana 1-1 Christian Brothers 1-1 Eastern Kentucky 1-0 at Mississippi 1-0 Tennessee 1-0 at Temple 1-0 Austin Peay 1-0 Tennessee-Martin 1-0 Arkansas 1-0 Southern Mississippi 1-0 at TCU 1-0 at Tulane 1-0 South Florida 1-0 at Southern Miss 1-0 UAB 1-1 at Houston 1-0 Louisville 1-0 TCU 1-0 Tulane 1-0 at UAB 1-0 at Charlotte 1-1 Houston 1-1 at South Florida 1-1 DePaul 1-1 at Cincinnati 1-1 vs. Houston 1-1 UNC Greensboro 1-0 BYU 1-0 Tennessee Tech 1-0 vs. Temple 1-0 vs. South Carolina 1-0 Totals 36-9

MIN 20 10 25 23 17 31 24 17 18 9 11 22 29 24 23 20 20 17 22 28 24 23 25 26 21 36 34 29 33 39 33 25 20 19 14 24 835

FGM-A 2-3 3-4 4-6 4-8 1-3 2-6 3-7 1-6 1-4 0-3 1-6 6-8 3-7 0-3 2-5 3-5 3-6 3-6 2-5 6-10 2-7 2-5 4-10 3-11 2-5 5-9 3-7 1-3 5-10 3-5 4-10 5-7 1-2 2-7 2-5 1-2 95-216

3-Point FGM-A 2-2 1-2 1-2 2-6 0-1 0-2 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-0 1-3 3-5 0-2 0-2 2-4 1-3 2-4 1-4 2-4 3-5 2-4 1-3 2-6 1-4 1-2 3-4 1-4 0-1 2-5 1-2 3-7 4-6 1-2 2-4 2-4 0-1 48-113

FTM-A 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-1 2-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-5 2-2 1-2 0-0 2-2 0-2 1-2 3-3 1-2 2-2 0-0 4-4 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 28-38

Rebounds OFF DEF TOT 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 2 0 6 6 1 2 3 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 2 3 2 4 6 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 2 3 1 1 2 2 2 4 0 1 1 2 3 5 1 3 4 2 1 3 1 0 1 0 1 1 3 2 5 2 4 6 1 3 4 0 2 2 4 5 9 0 2 2 2 2 4 0 4 4 1 3 4 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 9 10 30 76 106

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PF 1 0 1 1 2 1 2 0 1 0 2 1 1 3 2 3 1 4 2 0 1 1 2 1 4 3 2 2 0 4 2 2 4 3 0 1 60

AST 2 0 5 0 1 4 3 2 2 1 2 1 2 3 2 1 1 1 1 3 0 1 1 3 0 4 1 3 1 1 0 3 1 2 0 5 63

TO 1 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 3 0 2 1 1 4 2 0 2 0 2 1 0 3 0 0 2 3 1 1 2 1 0 2 1 0 1 1 42

BS 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 14

ST 1 1 2 0 0 1 3 1 1 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 4 2 0 2 0 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 35

PTS 6 7 11 10 2 4 6 3 2 0 3 16 6 2 7 7 8 7 6 19 8 6 10 9 5 14 10 3 14 7 15 14 3 8 6 2 266


CAREER STATISTICS ANTHONY RICE ... Continued 2002-03 Season DATE Nov. 14 Nov. 22 Nov. 25 Dec. 3 Dec. 7 Dec. 14 Dec. 19 Dec. 28 Dec. 30 Jan. 2 Jan. 5 Jan. 7 Jan. 11 Jan. 18 Jan. 22 Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 22 Feb. 26 Mar. 1 Mar. 6 Mar. 8 Mar. 13 Mar. 14 Mar. 20

OPPONENT vs Syracuse Austin Peay State Arkansas-Pine Bluff UALR Furman at Missouri Ole Miss Illinois Murray State at Arkansas Villanova Tulane at Southern Miss South Florida Houston at Saint Louis Southern Miss East Carolina at TCU at Tulane UAB at Louisville at South Florida TCU Cincinnati at Houston at UAB vs South Florida at Louisville vs Arizona State Totals

GP-GS 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 30-29

MIN 30 45 11 26 36 39 38 34 36 35 29 31 38 27 33 34 30 29 25 30 25 29 22 22 22 26 24 20 23 30 879

FGM-A 5-10 5-8 2-6 6-9 3-10 4-16 6-11 5-9 2-12 3-8 2-7 1-7 2-13 2-8 4-7 4-10 5-9 4-10 4-11 2-8 4-6 2-5 3-11 2-7 1-3 4-9 4-6 1-4 0-2 3-8 95-250

3-Point FGM-A 0-3 3-3 1-3 4-5 1-6 1-8 2-4 4-6 0-5 2-4 0-3 1-6 1-10 1-4 3-6 2-6 5-9 3-8 3-9 1-4 4-5 1-2 2-6 2-6 0-1 3-4 3-5 1-4 0-2 2-6 56-153

FTM-A 0-2 2-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-2 0-0 1-3 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 18-30

OFF 3 0 0 1 1 4 3 0 1 0 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 4 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 33

Rebounds DEF TOT 4 7 0 0 1 1 5 6 3 4 2 6 1 4 1 1 1 2 5 5 1 4 0 1 4 5 0 1 0 1 2 2 3 3 2 4 1 2 4 8 1 1 1 3 1 2 0 0 2 3 1 1 3 3 1 3 2 2 0 0 52 85

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PF 3 3 2 2 2 0 0 1 0 1 3 2 2 3 1 2 1 4 4 3 1 4 2 1 0 3 0 2 4 2 58

AST 3 6 1 4 1 3 4 2 4 1 0 4 4 4 0 2 3 3 1 4 2 0 0 5 5 2 0 1 2 0 71

TO 2 4 1 2 4 0 2 0 1 2 6 4 0 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 42

BS 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8

ST 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 2 2 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 21

PTS 10 15 5 18 7 10 14 16 4 9 4 3 5 5 11 11 15 13 12 5 12 7 8 6 3 11 13 4 0 8 264


GAME-BY-GAME BILLY RICHMOND 2002-03 Season DATE Dec. 14 Dec. 19 Dec. 28 Dec. 30 Jan. 2 Jan. 5 Jan. 11 Jan. 18 Jan. 22 Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 22 Feb. 26 Mar. 1 Mar. 13 Mar. 14 Mar. 20

OPPONENT at Missouri Ole Miss Illinois Murray State at Arkansas Villanova at Southern Miss South Florida Houston at Saint Louis Southern Miss at TCU at Tulane UAB at Louisville at South Florida TCU Cincinnati vs South Florida at Louisville vs Arizona State Totals

GP-GS 1-0 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 21-6

MIN 32 30 28 22 32 34 29 32 25 7 22 14 21 8 20 13 19 20 20 10 11 449

FGM-A 9-19 6-14 4-13 2-4 5-10 4-11 8-14 4-12 3-7 0-5 2-7 0-2 4-9 0-1 2-4 1-4 4-6 4-7 2-6 0-2 1-5 65-162

3-Point FGM-A 0-4 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-3 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-1 4-4 1-1 1-3 0-0 0-0 6-26

FTM-A 4-9 2-3 2-5 7-14 6-12 12-15 1-4 4-8 1-4 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-2 0-0 0-3 0-0 0-0 1-3 1-2 1-2 0-0 43-90

Rebounds OFF DEF TOT 4 3 7 2 1 3 0 3 3 1 1 2 1 5 6 0 3 3 3 7 10 2 3 5 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 2 2 5 7 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 4 4 1 2 3 1 1 2 3 2 5 1 0 1 3 1 4 26 47 73

PF 3 3 4 4 2 1 4 3 3 1 0 1 1 0 5 2 2 2 0 2 1 44

AST 2 0 4 1 1 5 2 4 5 0 2 1 1 0 3 2 2 1 1 1 0 38

TO 1 2 2 2 3 0 3 0 2 1 2 2 0 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 30

BS 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 5

ST 1 2 2 3 1 3 0 1 1 1 0 2 3 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 25

PTS 22 14 10 11 16 20 17 12 7 0 4 1 8 0 4 2 12 10 6 1 2 179

PF 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 15

AST 0 0 2 4 5 0 0 1 2 0 3 0 3 0 2 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 30

TO 0 0 0 4 4 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 3 0 2 22

BS 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

ST 1 0 2 0 3 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 16

PTS 0 0 0 2 10 0 2 2 0 4 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 6 0 0 36

CLYDE WADE 2002-03 Season DATE Nov 14 Nov. 22 Nov. 25 Dec. 3 Dec. 7 Dec. 14 Dec. 19 Dec. 30 Jan. 2 Jan. 5 Jan. 7 Jan. 18 Jan. 22 Jan. 25 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 26 Mar. 1 Mar. 6 Mar. 8 Mar. 13 Mar. 14

OPPONENT vs Syracuse Austin Peay State Arkansas-Pine Bluff UALR Furman at Missouri Ole Miss Murray State at Arkansas Villanova Tulane South Florida Houston at Saint Louis East Carolina at TCU at Tulane UAB at Louisville TCU Cincinnati at Houston at UAB vs South Florida at Louisville Totals

GP-GS 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 25-1

MIN 2 0-0 8 21 23 1 7 6 9 9 19 2 8 1 6 8 8 6 2 14 2 5 11 1 5 185

FGM-A 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-4 4-6 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-2 1-3 1-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-3 0-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 1-2 2-2 0-1 0-0 13-36

3-Point FGM-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 2-12

FTM-A 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 2-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 8-12

Rebounds OFF DEF TOT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 12 14

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CHARTING THE TIGERS Memphis Geography

7’1”

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3

7’0” 6’11”

Modibo Diarra

6’10”

Simplice Njoya Almamy Thiero

6’9”

Duane Erwin Ivan Lopez

6’8” 6’7”

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Arthur Barclay Sean Banks

9

7 8

Rodney Carney 1

6’6” 6’5”

4

Billy Richmond

2 3

6’4”

Anthony Rice

6’3”

Jeremy Hunt

4

Memphis, Tenn. Antonio Burks Jeremy Hunt Billy Richmond Clyde Wade Indianapolis, Ind. Rodney Carney Huntsville, Ala. Duane Erwin Oradell, N.J. Sean Banks

5 6 7

8 9

Camden, NJ. Arthur Barclay Atlanta, Ga. Anthony Rice Segou, Mali, West Africa Modibo Diarra Almamy Thiero Yaoundé, Cameroon Simplice Njoya Aguadilla, Puerto Rico Ivan Lopez

Memphis Roster Breakdown

6’2”

Breakdown by Class

6’1” 6’0” 5’11” 5’10”

Antonio Burks Clyde Wade

Seniors (2): Antonio Burks and Modibo Diarra. Juniors (5): Arthur Barclay, Duane Erwin, *Simplice Njoya,Anthony Rice and Billy Richmond. Sophomores (3): Rodney Carney, Jeremy Hunt and Clyde Wade. Freshmen (3): Sean Banks, Ivan Lopez and Almamy Thiero.

Returning Players (8) Antonio Burks, Rodney Carney, Modibo Diarra, Duane Erwin, Jeremy Hunt, Anthony Rice, Billy Richmond and Clyde Wade.

Squadmen (2) Arthur Barclay and Almamy Thiero.

5’9”

Newcomers (3) Sean Banks, Ivan Lopez and *Simplice Njoya. *Simplice Njoya is ineligible for the 2003-04 season following transfer from Duqesne.

74★Memphis Basketball


Villanova Wildcats

TRAVEL Plans

January 5 ★ 3 pm ★ Memphis

Due to the late finalization of the 2003-04 schedule, flights and travel times had not been completed by press time. However, below are Memphis’s team hotels for the year.

General Information Location: Villanova, Pa. Enrollment: 6,295 Founded: 1842 Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Blue & White Conference: Big East Home Arena: The Pavilion (6,500) President: Rev. Edmund J. Dobbin Athletic Director: Vince Nicastro

WAKE FOREST: November 13 Intercontinental The Barclays. 111 East 48th Street, New York, NY 10017. (212) 755-5900. Fax Number (212) 644-0079. Jay Wright

Allan Ray

2003-04 Schedule November

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Jay Wright Alma Mater: Bucknell, ’83 Record at Villanova: 34-29 (2 years) Overall Record: 156-114 (9 years) Assistant Coaches: Brett Gunning (UNLV, ’94) Joe Jones (SUNY-Oswego, ’87) Ed Pinckney (Villanova, ’85) Basketball Phone: (610) 519-4140

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 15-16 BIG EAST Record: 8-8 (tied-3rd/East Division) Starters Returning: 3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 11/4

Media Information Basketball Contact: Mike Sheridan Email: michael.sheridan@villanova.edu Office Phone: (610) 519-4120 Fax: (610) 519-7323 Internet Address: villanova.com Press Row Phone: (610) 519-7290 Overnight Address: 800 Lancaster Avenue Jake Nevin Field House Villanova, PA 19085

21 22 24 25 26

at Temple at University of Redlands ^vs. Chaminade ^vs. Hawaii or Santa Clara ^Maui Invitational 3rd Round

December 6 9 12 22 28

vs. LaSalle at Pennsylvania NORTHEASTERN COLUMBIA UNC-GREENSBORO

January 2 6 10 14 18 21 25 28 31

at Kansas MEMPHIS *NOTRE DAME *at Boston College *ST. JOHNS *at Providence *at Miami *RUTGERS *WEST VIRGINIA

February 2 5 11 14 18 21 23 28

ST. JOSEPH’S *at Georgetown *PROVIDENCE *at West Virginia *VIRGINIA TECH *at Seton Hall *at Syracuse *CONNECTICUT

March 18 *MIAMI 21 *at Pittsburgh 10-13 BIG EAST Tournament ^ Maui Invitational * BIG EAST game

2003-04 Villanova Roster 1 2 3 5 10 12 14 20 21 22 34 44 50

Andreas Bloch Randy Foye Derrick Snowden Michael Claxton Tom Grace Mike Nardi Allan Ray Jason Fraser Chris Charles Baker Dunleavy Curtis Sumpter Marcus Austin Will Sheridan

F G G G G G G F F G F F F

6-8 6-3 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-9 7-0 6-5 6-7 6-9 6-9

225 195 170 200 170 175 205 215 220 200 205 240 240

Jr. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. So. So. So. So. Fr. Jr. Fr.

Wurmlingeu, Germany Newark, N.J. Baltimore, Md. Queens, N.Y. Catonsville, Md. Linden, N.J. Bronx, N.Y. Amityville, N.Y. Milwaukee, Wis. Portland, Ore. Brooklyn, N.Y. Irvington, N.J. Bear, Del.

OLE MISS: December 6 Marriott Downtown at The Convention Center. Memphis, TN. (901) 527-7300. Fax Number (901) 526-1561.

ILLINOIS: December 13 Hawthorn Suites. 101 Trade Center Drive, Champaign, IL 61820. (217) 398-3400. Fax Number (217) 398-6147.

VILLANOVA: January 4 Philadelphia Marriott. 500 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19113. (215) 625-6015. Fax Number N/A

SOUTHERN MISS: January 10 Holiday Inn University. Highway 49, Hattiesburg, MS 39401. (601) 268-2850. Fax Number (601) 268-2823.

DE PAUL: January 13 Embassy Suites O’Hare. 5460 N. River Road, Rosemont, IL 60018. (847) 678-4000. Fax Number (847) 928-7659.

TULANE: January 20 J.W. Marriott. 614 Canel Street. New Orleans, LA 70130. (504) 527-6753. Fax Number (504) 525-1128.

LOUISVILLE: January 31 Renaissance Worthington Hotel. 200 Main Street, Ft. Worth, TX 76102. (817) 870-1000. Fax Number (817) 338-9176.

EAST CAROLINA: February 11 Hilton Inn. 207 SW Greenville Blvd., Greenville, NC 27834. (252) 355-5000. Fax Number (252) 355-5099.

MARQUETTE: February 14 Hyatt Milwaukee. 333 W. Kilbourn, Milwaukee WI 53203 (414) 276-1234. Fax Number (414) 276-6338.

LOUISVILLE: February 28 Embassy Suites Hotel East. 9940 Corporate Campus Drive. Louisville, KY 40223 (502) 426-9191. Fax Number (502) 426-7557.

CINCINNATI: March 6 The Westin Cincinnati. 21 East Fifth Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202. Phone (513) 621-7700. Fax Number (513) 852-5670.

90★Memphis Basketball


Tulane Green Wave

UAB Blazers

January 20 ★ 7 pm ★ New Orleans

February 21 ★ 6 pm ★ Memphis

General Information

General Information

Location: New Orleans, La. Enrollment: 12,381 Founded: 1834 Nickname: Green Wave Colors: Olive Green & Sky Blue Conference: Conference USA Home Arena: Fogelman Arena (3,600) New Orleans Arena (17,832) President: Dr. Scott S. Cowen Athletic Director: Rick Dickson

Location: Birmingham, Ala. Enrollment: 15,921 Founded: 1969 Nickname: Blazers Colors: Forest Green & Old Gold Conference: Conference USA Home Arena: Bartow Arena (8,500) President: Dr. Carol Z. Garrison Interim Athletic Director: Watson Brown

Shawn Finney

Wayne Tinsley

Mike Anderson

2003-04 Schedule November 22 25 28 29

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Shawn Finney Alma Mater: Fairmont State, ’85 Record at Tulane: 39-51 (3 years) Overall Record: 39-51 (3 years) Assistant Coaches: Wade O’Connor (Bridgewater State, ’94) Jeff Reynolds (UNC Greensboro, ’78) Steve Snell (Radford, ’88) Basketball Phone: (504) 865-5505

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 16-15 Conference USA Record: 8-8 (3rd/National Division) Starters Returning: 1 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/5

Media Information Basketball Contact: John Sudsbury Email: jsudsbu@tulane.edu Office Phone: (504) 865-5506 Fax: (504) 865-5512 Home Phone: (504) 452-8016 Internet Address:TulaneGreenWave.com Press Row Phone: (504) 862-8122 Overnight Address: James W. Wilson Jr. Center Ben Weiner Drive New Orleans, LA 70118

at Rice LOYOLA ^MAINE ^UCF

December 1 5 7 10

^UNIVERSITY HOOPS CLASSIC at New Orleans at Vanderbilt KENTUCKY (New Orleans Arena) 20 SAVANNAH STATE 23 JACKSON STATE 28 LSU (New Orleans Arena)

January 2 4 7 14 18 22 25

GEORGIA TECH MORRIS BROWN *at Memphis *MARQUETTE *at Cincinnati *at TCU *UAB

February 1 4 8 13 15 18 22 26

*EAST CAROLINA *at Houston *at UAB *MEMPHIS *TCU *SOUTH FLORIDA *at Southern Miss *HOUSTON

March 1 5 7 12-15

*at Saint Louis *at South Florida *SOUTHERN MISS Conference USA Tournament

^ University Hoops Classic * Conference USA game

Mo Finley

2003-04 Schedule November 24 GEORGIA SOUTHERN 29 RICHMOND

Coaching Staff

December 3 6 15 18 20 23 27 30

Head Coach: Mike Anderson Alma Mater: Tulsa, ’82 Record at UAB: 21-13 (1 year) Overall Record: 21-13 (1 year) Assistant Coaches: Chris Giles (UAB, ’84) Scott Edgar (Pittsburgh/Johnstown, ’78) Matt Zimmerman (Arkansas, ’90) Basketball Phone: (205) 934-3402

BIRMINGHAM SOUTHERN at Mississippi State %vs. Western Michigan at VCU ALABAMA A&M LOUISIANA TECH #vs. LSU MARSHALL

January 3 7 10 17 20 24 28 31

SOUTH ALABAMA *at East Carolina *HOUSTON *at DePaul *USF *at Charlotte *TULANE *SAINT LOUIS

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 21-13 Conference USA Record: 8-8 (Tied-2nd /National Division) Starters Returning: 4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/3

February 7 11 14 18 21 25 28

*at Louisville *at Southern Miss *EAST CAROLINA *CINCINNATI *at Memphis *at Tulane *MARQUETTE

Media Information

March 3 *at USF 6 *TCU 10-13 Conference USA Tournament % Coors Classic (Mobile, Ala.) # Sugar Bowl Classic (New Orleans) * Conference USA game

Basketball Contact: Aaron Jordan Email: jordana@uab.edu Office Phone: (205) 934-0722 Fax: (205) 934-7505 Home Phone: (205) 218-6189 Internet Address: uabsports.com Press Row Phone: (205) 934-0722 Overnight Address: UAB Sports Information 617 13th Street South, Room 105 Birmingham, AL 35233

2003-04 UAB Roster 2003-04 Tulane Roster 3 4 5 11 20 21 22 30 40 44 45 50 54

Chris Moore Vincent Camper Troy Aaron Marcus Kinzer Dan Fitzgerald Marc Siegel Kory Castine Ben Benfield Vytautas Tatarunas Ivan Pjevcevic Wayne Tinsley Quincy Davis George Brown

G G G G F G F G F C G/F F/C C

6-5 6-4 6-1 5-11 6-8 5-10 6-8 6-4 6-5 7-0 6-4 6-9 6-10

200 190 175 170 200 175 235 175 237 242 218 230 246

Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Sr.

McKinney, Texas Oxford, Miss. Lake Charles, La. Nashville, Tenn. St. Paul, Minn. Lake Forest, Ill. Marrero, La. River Ridge, La. Wakefield, Va. Belgrade, Yugoslavia Fontana, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Nashville, Tenn.

0 1 2 3 4 5 10 12 15 21 23 25 31 32 42 44

Carldell Johnson Donnell Taylor Ronnell Taylor Marques Lewis Gabe Kennedy DeAndre’ Carroll Morris “Mo” Finley Reed Davis Lee Cobb Tony Johnson Demario Eddins Ernest Little Richard Jones Sidney Ball Derrick Broom Brandon Tobias

G G G F F G G G F G/F F F G/F G/F G F

Memphis Basketball★89

5-9 6-6 6-5 6-8 6-9 6-4 5-11 6-1 6-7 6-4 6-7 6-9 6-5 6-6 6-5 6-7

170 180 180 250 240 175 174 190 222 192 190 230 206 220 200 215

So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. RFr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Jr. So. So.

New Orleans, La. Montgomery, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Milwaukee, Wisc. Camden, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Lafayette, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Somerville, Ala. Morganfield, Ky. Chicago, Ill. Monroeville, Ala. Oklahoma City, Okla. Duncanville, Ala. Cartersville, Ga. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.


Tennessee-Martin TCU Skyhawks Horned Frogs December 3 ★ 7 pm ★ Memphis

January 31 ★ 2 pm ★ Fort Worth March 3 ★ 7 pm ★ Memphis

General Information Location: Martin, Tenn. Enrollment: 6,000 Founded: 1951 Nickname: Skyhawks Colors: Royal Blue, Orange and White Conference: Ohio Valley Home Arena: Skyhawk Arena (7,000) Chancellor: Dr. Nick Dunagan Athletic Director: Phil Dane

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Bret Campbell Alma Mater: Valdosta State, ’83 Record at UT-Martin: 49-68 (4 years) Overall Record: 49-68 (4 years) Assistant Coaches: Tommy Tormohlen (Berry, ’94) Trent Becker (Buena Vista, ’95) Jason James (Graceland, ’00) Basketball Phone: (731) 587-7659

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 14-14 Conference USA Record: 7-9 (5th) Starters Returning: 3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/4

Media Information Basketball Contact: Joe Lofaro Email: jlofaro@utm.edu Office Phone: (731) 587-7632 Fax: (731) 587-7624 Home Phone: (731) 588-0483 Internet Address: www.utmsports.com Press Row Phone: (731) 587-7694 Overnight Address: 40 Skyhawk Fieldhouse Martin, TN 38238

General Information

Bret Campbell

Earl Bullock

2003-04 Schedule

Neil Dougherty

2003-04 Schedule

November 18 ^at Guardians Classic 19 ^at Guardians Classic Southwest Missouri State, Western Illinois, Mississippi Valley 22 at Mississippi State 24 CENTRAL BAPTIST 29 at Vanderbilt

December 3 6 13 20 22 30

at Memphis at Mississippi Valley ROCHESTER COLLEGE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY at Indian State at Central Florida

January 2 8 10 15 17 20 22 29 31

PORTLAND STATE *at Eastern Kentucky *at Morehead State *JACKSONVILLE STATE *SAMFORD *at Murray State *at Tennessee State *MOREHEAD STATE *EASTERN KENTUCKY

February 5 7 12 14 17 21 26 28

*at Southeast Missouri State *at Eastern Illinois *at Austin Peay *at Tennessee Tech *MURRAY STATE *TENNESSEE STATE *EASTERN ILLINOIS *SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE

March 2 OVC Tournament First Round 5-6 OVC Championship

November 22 TEXAS-ARLINGTON 25 SMU 29 TULSA

1 3 4 5 12 14 15 22 23 25 30 33 40 42 44 50

Jared Newson Jeremy Kelly Kenan Asceric Aaron Ferrell Tyler George J.C. Howe Justin Smith Courtney Smith Earl Bullock Logan Mooneyham Thomas Harris Chris Carter Justin Cagle Cleve Woodfork Will Lewis Matt Howell

G/F G F G G F G G G G F F F C F C

6-5 6-5 6-9 6-0 5-9 6-6 6-3 6-0 6-1 6-4 6-5 6-5 6-9 6-9 6-8 6-11

215 205 210 160 160 210 190 170 190 180 220 220 205 235 210 250

So. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr.

Belleville, Ill. Louisville, Ky. Sarajevo, Bosnia Fulton, Ky. Princeton, Ind. Roy, Utah Memphis, Tenn. Halls, Tenn. Lineville, Ala. Bartlett, Tenn. Dyersburg, Tenn. Centralia, Ill. Milan, Tenn. St. Louis, Mo. Fort Wayne, Ind. Newport, N.C.

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Neil Dougherty Alma Mater: Cameron, ’84 Record at TCU: 9-19 (1 year) Overall Record: 9-19 (1 year) Assistant Coaches: Rick Callahan (Salem College, ’80) Kevin Lewis (SMU, ’86) David Cason (Illinois State, ’96) Basketball Phone: (817) 257-7968

December 1 3 6 8 10 13 22 29

KANSAS MURRAY STATE at Washington State STEPHEN F. AUSTIN at Texas Tech NORTH TEXAS ARKANSAS STATE GRAMBLING

January 3 7 10 13 17 20 31

VANDERBILT *SAINT LOUIS *TULANE *at Houston *at Cincinnati *DE PAUL *MEMPHIS

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 9-19 Conference USA Record: 3-13 (7th/National Division) Starters Returning: 2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/5

February 3 7 9 14 18 21 25 28

*at Marquette *SOUTHERN MISS *at USF *at Tulane *LOUISVILLE *at East Carolina *CHARLOTTE *HOUSTON

Media Information

March 3 *at Memphis 8 *at UAB 10-13 Conference USA Tournament * Conference USA game

* Ohio Valley game

2003-04 Tennessee-Martin Roster

Corey Santee

Location: Fort Worth, Texas Enrollment: 7,800 Founded: 1873 Nickname: Horned Frogs Colors: Purple & White Conference: Conference USA Home Arena: Daniel-Meyer Coliseum (7,200) Chancellor: Dr. Michel Ferrari Athletic Director: Eric Hyman

Basketball Contact: Drew Harris Email: D.Harris@tcu.edu Office Phone: (817) 257-5378 Fax: (817) 257-7964 Cell Phone: (817) 343-2064 Internet Address: gofrogs.com Press Row Phone: (817) 257-7337 Overnight Address: Daniel-Meyer Coliseum 2900 Stadium Drive Fort Worth, TX 76129

2003-04 TCU Roster 0 1 3 4 5 10 12 13 20 21 22 23 33 45

Ronald Hobbs Nucleus Smith Corey Santee Nile Murry Marcus Sloan Marcus Shropshire Femi Ibikunie Neil Dougherty David Markley Aaron Curtis Chudi Chinweze Blake Adams Corey Valsin Art Pierce

G G G G F G C G G F F F G F

88★Memphis Basketball

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

183 193 193 200 215 185 250 185 170 210 215 190 225 215

Jr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr.

Everman, Texas Pontiac, Mich. Flint, Mich. Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Grand Prarie, Texas Lagos, Nigeria Fort Worth, Texas Grapevine, Texas Grand Prarie, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Port Arthur, Texas Tyler, Texas


Southern Miss Golden Eagles

USF Bulls

January 10 ★ 4:00 pm ★ Hattiesburg, Miss. February 24 ★ 7:00 pm ★ Memphis

January 27 ★ 7 pm ★ Tampa General Information

General Information Location: Hattiesburg, Miss. Enrollment: 15,259 Founded: 1910 Nickname: Golden Eagles Colors: Black & Gold Conference: Conference USA Home Arena: Green Coliseum (8,095) President: Dr. Shelby F. Thames Athletic Director: Richard Giannini

Coaching Staff Head Coach: James Green Alma Mater: Mississippi, ’83 Record at USM: 110-96 (7 years) Overall Record: 110-96 (7 years) Assistant Coaches: Quinn Strander (Nicholls State, ’96) Jeff Norwood (Mississippi State, ’86) Basketball Phone: (601) 266-6355

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 13-16 Conference USA Record: 5-11 (6th/National Division) Starters Returning: 4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/2

Media Information Basketball Contact: Regiel Napier Email: regiel.napier@usm.edu Office Phone: (601) 266-4503 Fax: (601) 266-4507 Home Phone: (601) 268-7777 Internet Address: SouthernMiss.com Press Row Phone: (601) 266-5328 Overnight Address: Athletic Media Relations Central Receiving 2609 W. 4th Street Hattiesburg, MS 39406-5161

Robert McCullum James Green

Charles Gaines

2003-04 Schedule November 11 21 25 29

WEST ALABAMA ALCORN STATE TEXAS SOUTHERN at Murray State

December 5 6 13 17 20 22 30

^vs. Hampton ^vs. Winthrop or Samford at Arkansas State GEORGIA SOUTHERN at LSU WILLIAM CAREY at Auburn

January 4 7 10 13 16 24 31

NEW ORLEANS *at Louisville *MEMPHIS *at Saint Louis *vs. Marquette *CINCINNATI *at Tulane

February 3 7 11 13 18 21 24 28

*at Houston *at TCU *UAB *at South Florida *HOUSTON *CHARLOTTE *at Memphis *at DePaul

March 3 *TULANE 6 *EAST CAROLINA 10-13 Conference USA Tournament ^ Brothers Air/Heat Shootout (Rock Hill, S.C.) * Conference USA game

2003-04 Southern Miss Roster 00 1 5 11 15 20 23 32 33 34 41

Jason Forte David Haywood Dante Stiggers Ronald Pittman Sam Richardson Jarekus Singleton Jasper Johnson Greg Johnson Geoffrey Brown Clement Carter Charles Gaines

G G G F G G G/F G/F F F F

6-5 6-5 6-2 6-7 6-4 6-3 6-8 6-9 6-11 6-4 6-9

201 177 164 230 190 210 291 211 230 227 223

So. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Bay Springs, Miss. Natchez, Miss. Houston, Texas Washington, D.C. Edwards, Miss. Clinton, Miss. Hollandale, Miss. Phenix City, Ala. St. Paul, Minn. LaPlace, La. Houston, Texas

Jimmy Baxter

2003-04 Schedule November 21 FLORIDA ATLANTIC 25 at Valparaiso 29 WRIGHT STATE

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Robert McCullum Alma Mater: Birmingham Southern, ‘76 Record at USF: First Year Overall Record: 44-45 (3 years) Assistant Coaches: Steve Henson (Kansas St., ’90) Frank Burnell (Stetson, ’85) Tommy Deffebaugh (Drury College, ’85) Basketball Phone: (813) 974-3252

December 2 6 13 16 20 22 29 30

at Providence at Nebraska RICHMOND at Michigan State FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL COLORADO STATE ^NEW ORLEANS ^UNC-GREENSBORO or TEXAS-ARLINGTON

January 10 14 18 27 31

*LOUISVILLE *at Saint Louis *at UAB *at Memphis *HOUSTON

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 15-14 Conference USA Record: 7-9 (4th/National Division) Starters Returning: 2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/3

February 3 7 9 11 13 18 21 26 28

Location: Tampa, Fla. Enrollment: 39,000 Founded: 1957 Nickname: Bulls Colors: Green & Gold Conference: Conference USA Home Arena: Sun Dome (10,411) President: Dr. Judy Genshaft Athletic Director: Lee Roy Selmon

*EAST CAROLINA *at Tulane *TCU *at Cincinnati *SOUTHERN MISS *at Charlotte *at Houston *MARQUETTE *at East Carolina

Media Information

March 3 *UAB 6 *DE PAUL 10-13 Conference USA Tournament ^ USF Holiday Classic * Conference USA game

Basketball Contact: Fred Huff Email: huff@admin.usf.edu Office Phone: (813) 974-4087 Fax: (813) 974-5328 Home Phone: (813) 914-0784 Internet Address: gousfbulls.com Press Row Phone: (813) 974-3752 Overnight Address: Sports Information Office 4202 E. Fowler Ave. PED214 Tampa, FL 33620-8600

2003-04 South Florida Roster 1 3 4 5 12 13 20 21 22 25 33

Marlyn Bryant Brian Swift Brandon Brigman Sam Barber Bradley Mosley Danny Oglesby Gerrick Morris Terrence Leather Jimmy Baxter James Holmes Konimba Diarra

G G C G/F G G F F G/F G C

Memphis Basketball★87

6-3 5-10 6-8 6-5 6-2 6-1 6-10 6-9 6-5 6-2 6-10

210 165 249 192 180 196 220 221 200 185 235

Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr.

Wildwood, Fla. Warrensville, Ohio Philadelphia, Pa. Lake Worth, Fla. West Palm Beach, Fla. Hamden, Ct. West Palm Beach, Fla. Tampa, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla. Ypsilanti, Mich. Mali, Africa


Saint Louis Billikens

Samford Bulldogs

February 7 ★ Noon ★ Memphis

December 22 ★ 7 pm ★ Memphis

General Information

General Information

Location: St. Louis, Mo. Enrollment: 11,274 Founded: 1818 Nickname: Billikens Colors: Blue & White Conference: Conference USA Home Arena: Savvis Center (20,000) President: Lawrence Biondi, S.J. Athletic Director: Doug Woolard

Location: Birmingham, Ala. Enrollment: 4,494 Founded: 1841 Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Red and Blue Conference: Ohio Valley Home Arena: Seibert Hall (4,000) President: Dr. Thomas E. Corts Athletic Director: Bob Roller

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Brad Soderberg Alma Mater: UW-Stevens Point, ’85 Record at SLU: 16-14 (1 year) Overall Record: 16-14 (1 year) Assistant Coaches: Anthony Beane (Kansas State, ’94) Angres Thorpe (St. Leo, ’90) Jason Grunkemeyer (Miami-Ohio, ’01) Basketball Phone: (314) 977-3170

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 16-14 Conference USA: 9-7 (3rd/American Division) Starters Returning: 5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/3

Media Information Basketball Contact: Doug McIlhagga Email: mcilhad2@slu.edu Office Phone: (314) 977-3462 Fax: (314) 977-7193 Home Phone: (636) 939-3437 Internet Address: slubillikens.com Press Row Phone: (314) 589-5832 Overnight Address: 221 North Grand Boulevard DB Room 38 St. Louis, MO 63103

Brad Soderberg

Josh Fisher

Jimmy Tillette

2003-04 Schedule November 21 EASTERN KENTUCKY 24 SAVANNAH STATE 29 NORTH CAROLINA A&T

December 4 6 13 17 20 27 31

at West Virginia ARIZONA at Georgia Tech GRAMBLING STATE at Southwest Missouri State BUTLER at Dayton

January 3 7 10 13 17 24 28 31

KANSAS STATE *at TCU *at Marquette *SOUTHERN MISS *USF *EAST CAROLINA *at Charlotte *at UAB

February 7 11 14 18 21 25 28

*at Memphis *DE PAUL *CHARLOTTE *MARQUETTE *at DePaul *at Cincinnati *at Tulane

March 3 *LOUISVILLE 5 *HOUSTON 10-13 Conference USA Tournament * Conference USA game

2003-04 Schedule November 23 at Purdue 25 BRYAN COLLEGE 30 at New Orleans

Tom Frericks Josh Fisher Darren Clarke Anthony Drejaj Reggie Bryant Phillip Hunt Justin Johnson Ross Varner Izchak Ohanon Chris Sloan Bryce Husak Ian Vouyoukas

F/C G G G G G F F F G/F C C/F

6-9 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-2 5-11 6-8 6-7 6-9 6-7 7-0 6-10

Coaching Staff

December 5 ^at Winthrop 6 ^vs. Hampton or Southern Miss 13 at Ohio State 18 TENNESSEE-TEMPLE 20 COVENANT COLLEGE 22 at Memphis 30 at Oklahoma State

January 3 6 10 15 17 22 24 29 31

TENNESSEE-WESLEYAN *JACKSONVILLE STATE *at Southern Miss *at Murray State *at UT-Martin *MOREHEAD STATE *EASTERN KENTUCKY *EASTERN ILLINOIS *SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE

February 5 7 12 14 19 21 24 26

2 OVC Tournament 1st Round 5-6 OVC Tournament ^ Brothers Air/Heat Shootout (Rock Hill, S.C.) * Ohio Valley Conference game

250 200 180 190 185 165 215 230 220 215 250 250

Jr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr.

Bowling Green, Ky. Mercer Island, Wash. Minnetonka, Minn. West Orange, N.J. Baltimore, Md. St. Louis, Mo. Merrillville, Ind. Holladay, Utah Jerusalem, Israel St. Charles, Mo. Mt. Vernon, Iowa Athens, Greece

Head Coach: Jimmy Tillette Alma Mater: Our Lady of Holy Cross, ’75 Record at Samford: 102-73 (6 years) Overall Record: 102-73 (6 years) Assistant Coaches: Mike Maker (California Baptist, ’88) Paul Kelly (Tulane, ’87) Lee Burgess (Samford, ’00) Basketball Phone: (205) 726-2920

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 13-15 Atlantic Sun Record: 9-7 (4th) Starters Returning: 4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/1

Media Information Basketball Contact: Everett Hutto Email: eehutto@samford.edu Office Phone: (270) 726-4271 Fax: (205) 726-2545 Home Phone: N/A Internet Address: www.samfordsports.com Press Row Phone: (205) 726-2377 Overnight Address: Sports Information Office Samford University 800 Lakeshore Drive Birmingham, AL 35229

*at Tennessee Tech *at Austin Peay *at Eastern Kentucky *at Morehead State *AUSTIN PEAY *TENNESSEE TECH *at Jacksonville State *TENNESSEE STATE

March

2003-04 Saint Louis Roster 1 4 11 20 21 22 23 25 30 33 44 52

Phillip Ramelli

2003-04 Samford Roster 4 5 10 12 14 22 25 30 31 33 34 40 42 44 52 55

J. Robert Merritt Eddie Harper Beau Green Ryan Woolsey Jon Mills Joe Ross Merritt Jerry Smith Greg Zimny Bryan Boerjan Tyson Dorsey Randall Gulina Travis Peterson Josh Hare Phillip Ramelli Sebastian Sachse Anthony LoPiano

F G G F F G G G C G G C F C F G

86★Memphis Basketball

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

215 200 175 215 225 195 170 175 235 180 205 195 220 230 235 175

So. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So.

Oklahoma City, Okla. Laurel, Miss. Owensboro, Ky. Valliant, Oklah. Winfield, Ala. Oklahoma City, Okla. Picayune, Miss. Chicago, Ill. Rock Falls, Ill. Brantford, Ontario Baton Rouge, La. Glendale, Ariz. Cleveland, Tenn. New Orleans, La. Chemnitz, Germany Long Island, N.Y.


Missouri Tigers

Oakland Golden Grizzlies

December 27 ★ 5 pm ★ Memphis

December 29 ★ 7:00 pm ★ Memphis

General Information

General Information

Location: Columbia, Mo. Enrollment: 24,842 Founded: 1839 Nickname: Tigers Colors: Black & Gold Conference: Big 12 Home Arena: Hearnes Center (13,611) President: Dr. Manuel T. Pacheco Chancellor: Dr. Richard Wallace Athletic Director: Michael Alden

Location: Rochester, Mich. Enrollment: 16,059 Founded: 1957 Nickname: Golden Grizzlies Colors: Gold and Black Conference: Mid-Continent Home Arena: Atheltics Center O’Rena (4,000) President: Dr. Gary B. Russi Athletic Director: Jack Mehl

Quin Snyder

Arthur Johnson

Greg Kampe

2003-04 Schedule November 29 at Oakland

December

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Quin Snyder Alma Mater: Duke, ’89 Record at Missouri: 84-49 (4 years) Overall Record: 84-49 (4 years) Assistant Coaches: Tony Harvey (Cameron, ’88) Lane Odom (High Point, ’89) Marcus Perez (Army, ’89) Basketball Phone: (573) 882-3463

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 22-11 Big 12 Record: 9-7 (5th) Starters Returning: 3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/6

Media Information Basketball Contact: Sam Fleury Email: fleurys@missouri.edu Office Phone: (573) 884-2437 Fax: (573) 882-4720 Home Phone: (573) 814-1105 Internet Address: mutigers.com Press Row Phone: (573) 882-1442 Overnight Address: 330 Hearnes Center 600 Stadium Blvd. Columbia, MO 65211

2 6 13 21 23 27 30

COPPIN STATE at Indiana ^vs. Gonzaga (Seattle, Wash.) UNC-GREENSBORO #vs. Illinois (St. Louis, Mo.) at Memphis BELMONT

January 3 7 10 12 17 20 24 28 31

IOWA *at Iowa State *TEXAS A&M SYRACUSE *at Oklahoma *TEXAS *NEBRASKA *at Colorado *KANSAS STATE

February 2 7 10 12 15 18 21 24

*at Kansas *NEBRASKA *at Colorado *at Kansas State UNLV *IOWA STATE *at Baylor *OKLAHOMA STATE

March 5 *at Texas Tech 8 *KANSAS 11-14 Phillips 66 Big 12 Tournament

2003-04 Schedule November 21 at Michigan 24 at Cincinnati 29 MISSOURI

Jimmy McKinney Jason Conley Thomas Gardner Travon Bryant Spencer Laurie Kevin Young Josh Kroenke Randy Pulley Rickey Paulding Jeffrey Ferguson Linas Kleiza Arthur Johnson

G G G F G F/C G G F F/C F/C C

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

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Greg Kampe Alma Mater: Bowling Green St., ‘78 Record at Oakland: 323-219 (19 years) Overall Record: 323-219 (19 years) Assistant Coaches: Jeff Smith (Alma College, ‘95) Arnette Jordan (Jackson State, ‘00) Basketball Phone: (248) 370-4005

December 3 6 14 16 20 29

at Detroit TEXAS A&M NORTHERN MICHIGAN SAGINAW VALLEY STATE at Youngstown State at Memphis

January 3 5 8 10 15 17 22 24 29 31

*VALPARAISO *at Western Illinois *at Chicago State *IUPUI *SOUTHERN UTAH *at Centenary *ORAL ROBERTS *UMKC *at Valparaiso *CHICAGO STATE

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 17-11 SEC Record: 10-4 (t-2nd ) Starters Returning: 5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/5

February 5 7 12 19 21 25 28

Media Information

*at Southern Utah *at UMKC *CENTENARY *at IUPUI *at Oral Roberts IPFW *WESTERN ILLINOIS

March 7-9 Mid-Continent Tournament * Mid-Continent Conference game

^ Battle in Seattle # Busch Braggin’ Rights Game * Conference USA game

190 210 210 245 170 290 194 213 209 240 245 265

So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr.

St. Louis, Mo. Rockville, Md. Portland, Ore. Long Beach, Calif. Springfield, Mo. Kingston, Jamaica Columbia, Mo. Raleigh, N.C. Detroit, Mich. Toronto, Ontario Rockville, Md. Detroit, Mich.

Basketball Contact: Phil Hess Email: hess@oakland.edu Office Phone: (248) 370-4008 Fax: (248) 370-4056 Home Phone: (248) 652-4678 Internet Address: www.ougrizzlies.com Press Row Phone: (248) 370-4099 Overnight Address: Oakland University 2100 N. Squirrel Road Athletics Center Rochester, MI 48309-4401

2003-04 Oakland Roster

2003-04 Missouri Roster 1 2 3 5 10 14 15 21 23 32 41 50

Mike Helms

1 2 3 4 10 11 20 23 40 44 50 52

Rawle Marshall Derrick Coleman Kelly Williams Curtis Gilmore DeMarcus Ishmeal Pierre Dukes Courtney Williams Mike Helms David Ritzema Jordan Sabourn Shawn Hopes Cortney Scott

G F F G G G F G C C C F

Memphis Basketball★85

6-7 6-7 6-5 6-1 5-9 6-1 6-9 6-0 6-10 7-0 6-8 6-6

190 180 195 180 170 180 215 195 245 270 277 260

Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr.

Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Grand Blanc, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Clarkston, Mich. Sarnia, Ontario Detroit, Mich. Lansing, Mich.


Marquette Golden Eagles

Ole Miss Rebels

February 14 ★ 8 pm ★ Milwaukee

December 6 ★ 5 pm ★ Oxford

General Information

General Information

Location: Milwaukee, Wis. Enrollment: 10,600 Founded: 1881 Nickname: Golden Eagles Colors: Blue & Gold Conference: Conference USA Home Arena: Al McGuire Court at Bradley Center (19,150) President: Fr. Robert A. Wild Athletic Director: Bill Cords

Location: Oxford, Miss. Enrollment: 14,960 Founded: 1848 Nickname: Rebels Colors: Cardinal Red & Navy Blue Conference: Southeastern Home Arena: C.M. “Tad” Smith Coliseum (8,700) Chancellor: Dr. Robert C. Khayat Athletic Director: Pete Boone

Tom Crean

Travis Diener

Rod Barnes

2003-04 Schedule November

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Tom Crean Alma Mater: Central Michigan, ’89 Record at Marquette: - (4 years) Overall Record: - (4 years) Assistant Coaches: Dwayne Stephens (Michigan State, ’93) Darrin Horn (Western Kentucky, ’95) Jeff Strohm (Eastern Illinois, ’88) Basketball Phone: (414) 288-7130

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 26-7 Conference USA Record: 13-3 (2nd /American Division) Starters Returning: 2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 5/7

Media Information Basketball Contact: John Farina Email: john.farina@marquette.edu Office Phone: (414) 288-7447 Fax: (414) 288-6519 Home Phone: (414) 708-3963 Internet Address: gomarquette.com Press Row Phone: (414) 227-0580 Overnight Address: 1212 W. Wisconsin Avenue Room 315, PO Box 1881 Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881

13 ^vs. St. Johns 21 #SAVANNAH ST ATE 22 #VAL PARAISO/ AR K ANSAS-MO NTI CE L LO 24 NORTHERN MICHIGAN

December 1 5 13 15 20 22 29

NOTRE DAME GRAMBLING at Arizona CANISIUS at Wisconsin FLORIDA A&M SACRED HEART

January 7 10 14 16 20 24 31

*at Houston *SAINT LOUIS *CINCINNATI *vs. Southern Miss (Green Bay) *at Charlotte *DE PAUL *at Louisville

February 3 7 14 18 21 26 28

*TCU *DePaul *MEMPHIS *at Saint Louis *TULANE *at South Florida *at UAB

March 3 *EAST CAROLINA 6 *LOUISVILLE 10-13 C-USA Tournament

2003-04 Schedule November 21 ARKANSAS STATE 25 CENTENARY 29 SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA

December 3 6 13 17 20 22 30

Todd Townsend Carlton Christian James Matthews Scott Merritt Karon Bradley Jared Sichting Steve Novak Brandon Bell Tony Gries Dameon Mason Joe Chapman Chris Grimm Travis Diener Marcus Jackson Terry Sanders Andy Freund

F G F F G G F G G G/F G F/C G F F F

6-7 6-5 6-8 6-10 5-11 6-0 6-9 5-11 5-10 6-5 6-4 6-10 6-0 6-8 6-8 6-8

at Florida State EAST CAROLINA MEMPHIS at Evansville LOUISIANA-MONROE JACKSONVILLE STATE ALABAMA STATE

January 3 7 10 17 21 24 28 31

NICHOLLS STATE *MISSISSIPPI STATE *at Auburn *at Arkansas *LSU *ALABAMA *at Kentucky *SOUTH CAROLINA

4 7 14 18 21 25 28

Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. So. So. Fr. So. Fr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr.

Chicago, Ill. Orlando, Fla. Detroit, Mich. Wauwatosa, Wis. Katy, Texas Minnetonka, Minn. Brown Deer, Wis. Flint, Mich. Kiel, Wisc. Aurora, Ill. Sauk Village, Ill. Brighton, Mich. Fond du Lac, Wis. Peoria, Ill. Milwaukee, Wis. Wauwatosa, Wis.

Head Coach: Rod Barnes Alma Mater: Ole Miss, ’88 Record at Ole Miss: 100-61 (5 years) Overall Record: 100-61 (5 years) Assistant Coaches: Eric Bozeman (Arkansas Tech, ’81) Wayne Brent (Northeast Louisiana, ’89) Grant Pate (Ole Miss, ’90) Basketball Phone: (662) 915-7534

2002-03 Record: 14-15 SEC Record: 4-12 (t-5th/SEC West) Starters Returning: 2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/7

*at Georgia *at Mississippi State *AUBURN *at Tennessee *FLORIDA *VANDERBILT *at Alabama

Media Information Basketball Contact: TBA Email: TBA Office Phone: (662) 915-7522 Fax: (662) 915-7006 Home Phone: (662) 234-9640 Internet Address: olemisssports.com Press Row Phone: (662) 236-1931 Overnight Address: UMAA West Fraternity Row University, MS 38677

March 3 *at LSU 6 *ARKANSAS 1-15 SEC Tournament * SEC game

^ Coaches vs. Cancer Classic # Blue and Gold Classic * Conference USA game 215 175 240 245 180 165 200 180 170 180 190 220 165 240 225 210

Coaching Staff

Statistics

February

2003-04 Marquette Roster 1 2 4 5 10 12 20 21 23 30 32 33 34 35 40 42

Justin Reed

2003-04 Ole Miss Roster 1 3 4 5 10 12 20 23 24 25 33 44 45 54

Aaron Harper Marvin Moore Kendrick Fox Byron Burnett Todd Abernethy Justin Johnson Bam Doyne Justin Reed Ed Glass Bryan Brown Chris Rhodes Tommie Eddie Richard Kirklin Lonnie Jackson

G/F F F/G F G G G F G G F F F F

84★Memphis Basketball

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

217 220 210 250 190 200 170 240 200 185 220 260 210 195

Sr. Jr. Jr.. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. So.

Jackson, Miss. Birmingham, Ala. Oxford, Miss. Anniston, Ala. Carmel, Ind. Fayetteville, N.C. Little Rock, Ark. Jackson, Miss. St. Louis, Mo. Corinth, Miss. Houston, Texas Brooklyn, N.Y. Pine Bluff, Ark. Montgomery, Ala.


Illinois Fighting Illini

Louisville Cardinals

December 13 ★ 8 pm ★ Champaign

February 4 ★ 8 pm ★ Memphis February ★ Noon ★ Louisville

General Information Location: Urbana-Champaign, Ill. Enrollment: 38,000 Founded: 1867 Nickname: Fighting Illini Colors: Orange & Blue Conference: Big 10 Home Arena: Assembly Hall (16,500) President: James Stukel Chancellor: Nancy Cantor Athletic Director: Ron Guenther

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Bruce Weber Alma Mater: UW-Milwaukee, ‘78 Record at Illinois: First season Overall Record: 103-54 (5 years) Assistant Coaches: Chris Lowery (Southern Illinois, ‘96) Wayne McClain (Bradley, ’77) Jay Price (Kansas, ‘91) Basketball Phone: (217) 333-3400

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 25-7 Big 10 Record: 11-5 (2nd ) Starters Returning: 4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/4

General Information

Bruce Weber

James Augustine

2003-04 Schedule November 22 WESTERN ILLINOIS 26 MERCER 29 at Temple

December 2 6 9 11 13 23 30

at North Carolina at Arkansas at Providence MARYLAND-EASTERN SHORE MEMPHIS at Missouri at Illinois-Chicago

January 3 7 10 14 17 21 24 31

ILLINOIS STATE *OHIO STATE *PURDUE *at Northwestern *IOWA *PENN STATE *at Wisconsin *MICHIGAN

February

Media Information Basketball Contact: Kent Brown Email: kwbrown3@uiuc.edu Office Phone: (217) 333-1391 Fax: (217) 333-5540 Home Phone: (217) 469-0230 Internet Address: fightingillini.com Press Row Phone: (217) 333-1227 Overnight Address: Bielfeldt Building 1700 South Fourth Street Champaign, IL 61820

Rick Pitino

3 8 10 18 21 25 28

*at Indiana *at Minnesota *MICHIGAN *WISCONSIN *at Penn State *at Iowa *NORTHWESTERN

March 2 or3 *at Purdue 6 or7 *at Ohio State 11-14 Big Ten Tournament * Big Ten game

Luke Whitehead

2003-04 Schedule November 29 ^vs. Iowa

Coaching Staff

December 4 7 10 13 20 23 27 30

Head Coach: Rick Pitino Alma Mater: Massachusetts, ’74 Record at Louisville: 19-13 (1 year) Overall Record: 371-137 (16 years) Assistant Coaches: Mick Cronin (Cincinnati, ’96) Vince Taylor (Duke, ’82) Kevin Willard (Pittsburgh, ’97) Basketball Phone: (502) 852-6651

vs. Western Kentucky HOLY CROSS SETON HALL #FLORIDA TBA VMI at Kentucky TOLEDO

January 3 7 10 15 17 21 25 28 31

MURRAY STATE *SOUTHERN MISS *at South Florida *at East Carolina *TULANE *CINCINNATI at Tennessee *HOUSTON *MARQUETTE

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 19-13 Conference USA Record: 8-8 (5th/American Division) Starters Returning: 5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/4

February 4 7 12 18 21 25 28

Location: Louisville, Ky. Enrollment: 22,000 Founded: 1798 Nickname: Cardinals Colors: Red & Black Conference: Conference USA Home Arena: Freedom Hall (18,865) Acting President: Dr. James Ramsey Athletic Director: Tom Jurich

Media Information

*at Memphis *UAB *at Charlotte *at TCU *at Cincinnati *DE PAUL *MEMPHIS

March 3 *at Saint Louis 6 *at Marquette 10-13 Conference USA Tournament

Basketball Contact: Kenny Klein Email: kenny.klein@louisville.edu Office Phone: (502) 852-6581 Fax: (502) 852-7401 Home Phone: (502) 636-3555 Internet Address: UofLsports.com Press Row Phone: (502) 852-5567 Overnight Address: Student Activities Center Floyd and Brandeis Streets Louisville, KY 40292

^John Wooden Tradition (Indianapolis, Ind.) #Billy Minardi Classic * Conference USA game

2003-04 Louisville Roster

2003-04 Illinois Roster 1 4 5 11 25 33 40 41 42 43 45 50

Aaron Spears Luther Head Deron Williams Dee Brown Jerrance Howard Richard McBride James Augustine Warren Carter Brian Randle Roger Powell Nick Smith Jack Ingram

F/C G G G G G F F F F C F/C

6-9 6-3 6-4 5-11 6-1 6-3 6-10 6-9 6-8 6-6 7-2 6-10

240 170 205 175 190 210 220 205 200 215 240 240

So. Jr. So. So. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill. The Colony, Texas Maywood, Ill Peoria, Ill. Springfield, Ill. Mokena, Ill. Dallas, Texas Peoria, Ill. Joliet, Ill. Valrico, Fla. San Antonio, Texas

0 1 2 3 5 10 13 15 23 24 32 34 52

Greg Tinch Kendall Dartez Ellis Myles Bryant Northern Taquan Dean Prileu Davis Alhaji Mohammed Simeon Naydenov Coric Riggs Luke Whitehead Francisco Garcia Larry O’Bannon Otis George

F C/F F G G G G F G F F F F/C

Memphis Basketball★83

6-4 6-10 6-8 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-6 6-3 6-7 6-7 6-4 6-8

215 220 230 175 175 175 180 205 185 215 190 195 195

Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr.

Albany, N.Y. Cecilia, La. Compton, Calif. Jeffersonville, Ind. Neptune, N.J. Phoenix, Ariz. Country Club Hills, Ill. Sofia, Bulgaria Louisville, Ky. San Francisco, Calif. Bronx, N.Y. Louisville, Ky. Roseau, Dominica


Fordham Rams

Houston Cougars

November 22 ★ 7 pm ★ Memphis

January 24 ★ 7 pm ★ Memphis

General Information

General Information

Location: Bronx, N.Y. Enrollment: 7,228 Founded: 1841 Nickname: Rams Colors: Maroon and White Conference: Atlantic 10 Home Arena: Rose Hill Gym (3,470) President: Rev. Joseph M. McShane, S.J. Athletic Director: Frank McLaughlin

Location: Houston, Texas Enrollment: 32,651 Founded: 1927 Nickname: Cougars Colors: Scarlet, White & Navy Conference: Conference USA Home Arena: Hofheinz Pavilion (8,479) President: Dr. Arthur Smith Athletic Director: Dave Maggard

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Dereck Whittenberg Alma Mater: N.C. State, ’83 Record at Fordham: First Season Overall Record: 67-50 (4 years) Assistant Coaches: Ray Martin (Notre Dame, ’76) Ross Burns (UMass, ’99) Travis Lyons (Manhattan, ‘98) Basketball Phone: (773) 325-7521

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 2-26 Conference USA Record: 3-13 (5th/East Division) Starters Returning: 3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/3

Media Information Basketball Contact: Joe DiBari Email: dibari@fordham.edu Office Phone: (718) 817-4240 Fax: (718) 817-4244 Home Phone: (718) 850-4700 Internet Address: www.fordham.edu/athletics Press Row Phone: (718) 817-2736 Overnight Address: 441 E. Fordham Road Bronx, NY 10458

Dereck Whittenberg

Michael Haynes

Ray McCallum

2003-04 Schedule November 22 at Memphis 25 at Siena 29 at Manhattan

December 2 6 10 13 23 28 30

at Fairfield NORTHEASTERN at Holy Cross at Western Michigan at Iona BOSTON WESTERN KENTUCKY

January 4 6 10 13 17 24 28

*at Rhode Island COLUMBIA *ST. BONAVENTURE *at Saint Joseph’s *DAYTON *RHODE ISLAND *at Massachusetts

February 4 7 11 14 18 21 25 29

*TEMPLE *at Xavier *GEORGE WASHINGTON *at Richmond *ST. JOSEPH’S *MASSACHUSETTS *at Duquesne *at Temple

Marcus Oliver

2003-04 Schedule November 21 EAST TENNESSEE STATE

December 3 6 8 17 20 23 27 30

Coaching Staff

RICE LAMAR at UTEP BETHUNE COOKMAN WASHINGTON CHICAGO STATE TEXAS A&M LSU

Head Coach: Ray McCallum Alma Mater: Ball State, ’83 Record at Houston: 35-55 (3 years) Overall Record: 161-131 (9 years) Assistant Coaches: John Fitzpatrick (Bowling Green, ’80) Melvin Haralson (Auburn, ’88) Michael Young (--) Basketball Phone: (713) 743-9430

January 3 7 10 13 17 19 24 28 31

at Louisiana-Lafayette *MARQUETTE *at UAB *TCU *EAST CAROLINA CENTENARY *at Memphis *at Louisville *at USF

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 8-20 Conference USA Record: 6-10 (5th/National Division) Starters Returning: 3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/3

February 3 7 11 14 18 21 28

*SOUTHERN MISS *CINCINNATI *at Tulane *DePAUL *at Southern Miss *USF *at TCU

Media Information

March

March

3 *LA SALLE 6 *at St. Bonaventure 10-13 Atlantic 10 Tournament

3 *CHARLOTTE 5 *at Saint Louis 10-13 Conference USA Tournament

* Atlantic 10 game

* Conference USA game

Basketball Contact: Rick Poulter Email: rpoulter@uh.edu Office Phone: (713) 743-9404 Fax: (713) 743-9411 Home Phone: (713) 489-7364 Internet Address: uhcougars.com Press Row Phone: (713) 743-9477 Overnight Address: 3100 Cullen Boulevard Houston, TX 77004

2003-04 Houston Roster

2003-04 Fordham Roster 00 1 3 4 10 11 12 13 22 23 31 33 50 51

Ryan Carr Michael Haynes Drew Williamson Brian Kramer Jermaine Anderson Mark Jarrell-Wright John Blackgrove Derrick Breland Brandyn Cooper Alessandro Acquaviva Dominic Osei Tom Tubridy Mitar Zivanovic Mushon Ya-akosi

F G/F G G G G G G G G F G C F

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

190 215 200 205 180 190 180 170 180 190 210 190 234 230

Jr. Sr. So. So. So. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. So. So.

Decatur, Ga. Columbia, S.C. Thornleigh, Australia Katonah, N.Y. Toronto, Ontario Newark, N.J. Hillsdale, N.J. Silver Spring, Md. Atlanta, Ga. Napoli, Italy Brooklyn, N.Y. Broad Channel, N.Y. Belgrade, Yugoslovia Rananna, Israel

00 1 2 3 4 12 14 20 21 23 24 25 30 31 33 42 45 54 55

Darius Brannon Andrew Francis Ray Rose Marcus Oliver Andy Ikeakor Greg Nachbar Kevin Barber Andre Owens Elijah Miller Lanny Smith Bryan Shelton Ramon Dyer Cedrick Hensley John Taylor Anwar Ferguson Aaron Anderson Moshood Martins Terence Morgan Justin Kostohyrz

F F G G C G G G C G G F G F C F F F/C C

82★Memphis Basketball

6-9 6-8 6-2 6-3 6-8 6-3 6-0 6-4 6-10 6-3 6-4 6-7 6-4 6-7 7-0 6-6 6-10 6-11 6-9

200 185 160 200 260 175 175 200 215 170 175 190 195 200 200 190 230 285 240

Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. So. Jr. Sr. So. So. Jr. So.

Port Arthur, Texas Houston, Texas Nassau, Bahamas Charlotte, N.C. Houston, Texas Dravograd, Slovenija Missouri City, Texas Indianapolis, Ind. Iowa, La. Missouri City, Texas Friendswood, Texas Wilson, La. Texas City, Texas Austin, Texas Exuma, Bahamas Rosenberg, Texas Houston, Texas Port Arthur, Texas Pearland, Texas


DePaul Blue Demons

East Carolina Pirates

Januray 13 ★ 7 pm ★ Chicago

February 11 ★ TBA ★ Greenville

General Information

General Information

Location: Chicago, Ill. Enrollment: 25,300 Founded: 1898 Nickname: Blue Demons Colors: Royal Blue and Scarlet Conference: Conference USA Home Arena: Allstate Arena (17,500) President: Rev. John P. Minogue Athletic Director: Jean Lenti Ponsetto

Location: Greenville, N.C. Enrollment: 20,577 Founded: 1907 Nickname: Pirates Colors: Purple & Gold Conference: Conference USA Home Arena: Williams Arena at Minges Coliseum (8,000) Chancellor: Dr. William V. Muse Athletic Director: Mike Hamrick

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Dave Leitao Alma Mater: Northeastern, ’83 Record at DePaul: 16-13 (1 year) Overall Record: 38-48 (3 years) Assistant Coaches: Gene Cross (Illinois, ‘94) Tyler Jones (Trinity, ’84) Josh Oppenheimer (Northern Arizona, ’92) Basketball Phone: (773) 325-7521

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 16-13 Conference USA Record: 8-8 (t-5th/American Division) Starters Returning: 4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 8/6

Dave Leitao

Basketball Contact: Scott Reed Email: sreed1@depaul.edu Office Phone: (773) 325-7525 Fax: (773) 325-7531 Home Phone: (773) 348-7892 Internet Address: www.depaulbluedemons.com

22 25 29 30

LOYOLA-CHICAGO NORTHWESTERN ^vs. Pennsylvania ^at Spartan Classic

December 7 9 14 20 27 31

BRADLEY at Ohio NOTRE DAME TOLEDO at Seton Hall SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE

3 6 10 13 17 20 24 31

2003-04 Schedule November 22 CAMPBELL 25 UNC PEMBROKE 29 COASTAL CAROLINA

Tyler Smith Wesley Green LeVar Seals Andre Brown Delonte Holland Sammy Mejia Chris Exilus Marcus Heard Lorenzo Thompson Drake Diener Marlon Brumfield Quemont Greer

G C G F/C F G G F F/C G F/C F

6-2 6-9 6-4 6-9 6-7 6-6 6-2 6-7 6-8 6-5 6-9 6-7

Coaching Staff

December 2 6 10 19 23 27 30

CHICAGO STATE *CHARLOTTE *at Cincinnati *MEMPHIS *UAB *at TCU *at Marquette *at East Carolina

February *TULANE *MARQUETTE *at Saint Louis *at Houston *SAINT LOUIS *at Louisville *SOUTHERN MISS

4 *CINCINNATI 6 *at USF 10-13 Conference USA Tournament

3 7 10 15 17 24 28

at George Mason at Seton Hall NORTH CAROLINA A&T GARDNER-WEBB HAMPTON vs. Virginia Tech (Norfolk, Va.) RADFORD at Ole Miss *UAB *at Charlotte *LOUISVILLE *at Houston *at Saint Louis *at Cincinnati

3 7 11 14 18 21 28

2002-03 Record: 12-15 Conference USA Record: 3-13 (7th/American Division) Starters Returning: 4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/3

*at South Florida *CHARLOTTE *MEMPHIS *at UAB *TULANE *TCU *USF

Media Information

March 3 *at Marquette 6 *at Southern Miss 10-13 Conference USA Tournament * Conference USA game

^ Spartan Classic * Conference USA game

190 265 180 245 220 195 180 210 240 180 225 220

Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr.

Baltimore, Md. Eustis, Fla. Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Greenbelt, Md. Bronx, N.Y. Toronto, Ontario Springfield, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Fond du Lac, Wisc. Chicago, Ill. Milwaukee, Wisc.

Head Coach: Bill Herrion Alma Mater: Merrimack, ’81 Record at ECU: 48-65 (4 years) Overall Record: 215-136 (12 years) Assistant Coaches: Greg Herenda (Merrimack, ’83) Dino Presley (Kutztown, ’93) George Stackhouse (East Carolina, ’91) Basketball Phone: (252) 328-4592

Statistics

February

2003-04 DePaul Roster 1 2 3 4 5 11 13 21 32 33 44 45

Derrick Wiley

January

January

March

Press Row Phone: (847) 296-6999 Overnight Address: 2323 North Sheffield Chicago, IL 60614

Bill Herrion

2003-04 Schedule November

3 7 11 14 21 25 28

Media Information

Andre Brown

Basketball Contact: Jody Jones Email: jonesjod@mail.ecu.edu Office Phone: (252) 328-4522 Fax: (252) 328-4528 Home Phone: (252) 215-5623 Internet Address: ecupirates.com Press Row Phone: (252) 328-0135 Overnight Address: Ward Sports Medicine Building Third Floor Greenville, N.C. 27858

2003-04 East Carolina Roster 1 5 10 13 23 25 31 32 33 34 51 55

Belton Rivers Frank Robinson Japhet McNeil Luke MacKay Corey Rosue Moussa Badiane Derrick Wiley Jonathan Moore Erroyl Bing Mike Cook Gabriel Mikulas Garth Grindley

G G G G F C G F F G F F

Memphis Basketball★81

6-1 6-4 6-0 6-4 6-7 6-10 6-4 6-6 6-7 6-4 6-8 6-9

190 190 155 195 180 210 190 200 245 220 235 255

So. Fr. Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr.

Atlanta, Ga. Los Angeles, Calif. Brooklyn, N.Y. Perth, Australia Kinston, N.C. Les Ulis, France Durham, N.C. Raleigh, N.C. Largo, Fla. Philadelphia, Penn. Cordoba, Argentina Westmoreland, Jamaica


Cincinnati Bearcats

Charlotte 49ers

March 6 ★ 2:30 pm ★ Cincinnati

January 17 ★ 7 pm ★ Memphis

General Information

General Information

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio Enrollment: 34,000 Founded: 1819 Nickname: Bearcats Colors: Red & Black Conference: Conference USA Home Arena: Myrl Shoemaker Center (13,176) President: Dr. Joseph A. Steger Athletic Director: Bob Goin

Location: Charlotte, N.C. Enrollment: 18,308 Founded: 1946 Nickname: 49ers Colors: Green & White Conference: Conference USA Home Arena: Dale F. Halton Arena (9,105) Chancellor: Dr. James H. Woodward Athletic Director: Judy Rose

Bob Huggins

Jason Maxiell

Bobby Lutz

2003-04 Schedule November

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Bob Huggins Alma Mater: West Virginia, ’77 Record at UC: 349-112 (14 years) Overall Record: 517-184 (22 years) Assoc. Head Coach: Dan Peters (Kent State, ’76) Assistant Coaches: Andy Kennedy (UAB, ’91) Keith LeGree (Cincinnati, ’98) Basketball Phone: (513) 556-5847

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 17-12 Conference USA Record: 9-7 (4th/American Division) Starters Returning: 3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/4

Media Information Basketball Contact: Tom Hathaway Email: tom.hathaway@uc.edu Office Phone: (513) 556-5191 Fax: (513) 556-0619 Home Phone: (513) 385-2728 Internet Address: ucbearcats.com Press Row Phone: (513) 556-3800 Overnight Address: 309 Laurence Hall Cincinnati, OH 45221

22 AKRON 24 OAKLAND 29 COPPIN STATE

December 2 17 20 23 27 30

at Valparaiso CLEMSON MIDDLE TENNESSEE DAYTON MIAMI (OH) (U.S. Bank Arena) ELON

January 7 10 14 17 21 24 28 31

*at Tulane *DE PAUL *at Marquette *TCU *at Louisville *at Southern Miss *EAST CAROLINA *CHARLOTTE

February 3 7 11 15 18 21 25 28

at Xavier *at Houston *USF at Wake Forest *at UAB *LOUISVILLE *SAINT LOUIS *at Charlotte

2003-04 Schedule November 21 24 26 30

Chadd Moore Field Williams John Meeker Nick Williams Jamaal Lucas Erik Hicks Tony Bobbitt James White Asrangue Soulemane Armein Kirkland Mike Pilgrim Kareem Johnson Robert Whaley Jason Maxiell

G G G G G F G F C G F C C F

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

GEORGE WASHINGTON NORTH CAROLINA A&T at Syracuse at UNC Asheville

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Bobby Lutz Alma Mater: Charlotte, ’80 Record at Charlotte: 93-66 (5 years) Overall Record: 274-157 (14 years) Assistant Coaches: Kevin Nickelberry (Virginia Wesleyan, ’86) Rob Moxley (Pfeiffer, ’94) Benny Moss (Charlotte, ’92) Basketball Phone: (704) 687-4939

December 4 6 11 13 23 30

at Alabama at Old Dominion DAVIDSON APPALACHIAN STATE at Rhode Island DELAWARE STATE

January 2 6 10 17 20 24 28 31

at Southern Illinois *at DePaul *EAST CAROLINA *at Memphis *MARQUETTE *UAB *SAINT LOUIS *at Cincinnati

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 13-16 Conference USA Record: 8-8 (t-5th/American Division) Starters Returning: 3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/6

February 7 12 14 18 21 25 28

*at East Carolina *LOUISVILLE *at Saint Louis *SOUTH FLORIDA *at Southern Miss *at TCU *CINCINNATI

Media Information

March

March

4 *at DePaul 6 *MEMPHIS 10-13 Conference USA Tournament

3 *at Houston 6 *TULANE 10-13 Conference USA Tournament

* C-USA game

* C-USA game

2003-04 Cincinnati Roster 1 2 3 5 10 14 15 21 30 33 34 42 45 54

Demon Brown

175 185 155 185 190 230 185 190 225 195 210 250 260 235

So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. So.

Huntsville, Ala. Houston, Texas Troy, Ohio Arlington, Texas Corpus Christi, Texas Greensboro, N.C. Daytona Beach, Fla. Kensington, Md. Central African Republic Tyler, Texas Cincinnati, Ohio Eufaula, Ala. Benton Harbor, Mich. Carrollton, Texas

Basketball Contact: Tom Whitestone Email: tewhites@email.uncc.edu Office Phone: (704) 687-6310 Fax: (704) 687-4918 Home Phone: (704) 455-9636 Internet Address: charlotte49ers.com Press Row Phone: (704) 687-4999 Overnight Address: 9201 University City Blvd. Student Activity Center Third Floor Charlotte, N.C. 28223

2003-04 Charlotte Roster 0 1 2 3 5 10 11 13 20 21 35 42

Kevin “Butter” Johnson Dedric Spooner Martin Iti Curtis Withers Brandon Pavlich Marcus Bennett Demon Brown Eddie Basden Mitchell Baldwin Chris Sager Calvin Clemmons C.J. Pigford

F F C F G G G G/F G G F F

80★Memphis Basketball

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

210 235 240 230 207 185 195 205 180 180 250 230

Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Bronx, N.Y. Milwaukee, Wisc. Sydney, Australia Charlotte, N.C. Dalton, Ga. Detroit, Mich. Baltimore, Md. Washington, D.C. Rural Hall, N.C. Waukesha, Wis. Charlotte, N.C. Wilmington, N.C.


Austin Peay Governors

Belmont Bruins

November 29 ★ 7 pm ★ Memphis

December 17 ★ 7 pm ★ Memphis

General Information

General Information

Location: Clarksville, Tenn. Enrollment: 7,482 Founded: 1927 Nickname: Governors Colors: Red & White Conference: Ohio Valley Home Arena: Dunn Center/ Dave Aaron Arena (9,000) President: Dr. Sherry Hoppe Athletic Director: Dave Loos

Location: Nashville, Tenn. Enrollment: 3,350 Founded: 1951 Nickname: Bruins Colors: Navy, Red and White Conference: Atlantic Sun Home Arena: Curb Center (5,000) President: Dr. Robert C. Fisher Athletic Director: Mike Strickland

Dave Loos

Adrian Henning

Rick Byrd

2003-04 Schedule November

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Dave Loos Alma Mater: Memphis, ’70 Record at AP: 198-181 (13 years) Overall Record: 290-234 (17 years) Assistant Coaches: Tony Collins (Virginia St., ’79) Scott Combs (Austin Peay, ’98) David Midlick (Ole Miss, ’91) Basketball Phone: (931) 221-7904

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 23-8 Ohio Valley Record: 13-3 (t-1st) Starters Returning: 5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 10/2

Media Information Basketball Contact: Brad Kirtley Email: kirtleyb@apsu.edu Office Phone: (931) 221-7561 Fax: (931) 221-7562 Home Phone: (931) 553-2845 Internet Address: www.apsu.edu/letsgopeay Press Row Phone: (931) 221-7731 Overnight Address: Room 132, Dunn Center Drane Street Clarksville, TN 37044

24 KNOXVILLE COLLEGE 26 at Belmont 29 at Memphis

December 1 6 13 15 18 23 31

EVANSVILLE at Alabama at Western Kentucky MARYVILLE TBA at Middle Tennessee at Kentucky

January 3 8 10 15 17 22 24 27 29

*at Jacksonville State *at Southeast Missouri State *at Eastern Illinois *at Eastern Kentucky *at Morehead State *EASTERN ILLINOIS *SOUTHEAST MISSOURI *at Tennessee Tech *at Tennessee State

February 5 7 12 14 18 21 24 28

*JACKSONVILLE STATE *SAMFORD *TENNESSEE-MARTIN *MURRAY STATE *Samford ESPN Bracket Buster *TENNESSEE TECH *EASTERN KENTUCKY

Adam Mark

2003-04 Schedule November 21 24 26 30

VANDERBILT at Navy AUSTIN PEAY AIR FORCE

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Rick Byrd Alma Mater: Tennessee, ’76 Record at Belmont: 346-193 (17 years) Overall Record: 438-248 (22 years) Assoc. Head Coach: Casey Alexander (Belmont, ’95) Assistant Coaches: Brian Ayers (Lipscomb, ’93) Roger Idstrom (Mars Hill, ’89) Basketball Phone: (615) 460-6263

December 4 6 17 20 30

*at Georgia State *at Mercer at Memphis FISK at Missouri

January 3 5 8 17 19 22 24 28 31

*JACKSONVILLE *STETSON *at Troy State *at Florida Atlantic *at UCF *GARDNER-WEBB *CAMPBELL *at Lipscomb *at Gardner-Webb

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 17-12 Atlantic Sun Record: 12-4 (1st/North Division) Starters Returning: 3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 11/2

February 2 5 7 13 15 19 21 26 28

*at Campbell *UCF *FLORIDA ATLANTIC *LIPSCOMB *TROY STATE *at Stetson *at Jacksonville *MERCER *GEORGIA STATE

Media Information Basketball Contact: Matt Wilson Email: wilsonm@mail.belmont.edu Office Phone: (615) 460-6698 Fax: (615) 460-5584 Home Phone: (615) 354-6466 Internet Address: www.belmont.edu/athletics Press Row Phone: TBA Overnight Address: Athletic Media Relations 1900 Belmont Blvd. Nashville, TN 37212

March

March 1 *MOREHEAD STATE 2-6 OVC Championship

4-6 Atlantic Sun Tournament * Atlantic Sun Conference game

* Ohio Valley Conference game

2003-04 Belmont Roster

2003-04 Austin Peay Roster 3 4 10 11 14 15 20 21 22 23 24 32 33 34 54

Corey Gipson Zac Schlader Levi Carmichael Brandon Harriford Adrian Henning Fernandez Lockett Michael Dudas Maurice Hampton Ryan Isom Anthony Davis Josh Lewis Rhet Wierzba Jermaine Graham William Durden Eric Young

G C G G F G G G G G C G C F F

6-1 6-9 6-0 6-2 6-6 6-4 5-11 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-8 6-4 6-9 6-5 6-6

200 220 170 180 210 195 160 180 170 205 220 190 215 205 215

Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr.

Sikeston, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Bloomfield, Ind. Nashville, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Madison, Ala. Hopkinsville, Ky. Russellville, Ky. Hopkinsville, Ky. Inglewood, Calif. Lexington, Ky. Farmington, Ill. Milwaukee, Wis. Portageville, Mo. Savannah, Ga.

0 3 4 5 10 11 12 14 21 22 33 34 35 44 45

Adrian Jones Jese Snyder Josh Goodwin John Morningstar Brian Collins Jason Sonn Vann Patton Steve Drabyn Chad Caterson Dan Oliver Randal Harrell Nick Otis Michael Modlin Adam Mark Andrew Preston

F G G C G F G G G F G G C F C

Memphis Basketball★79

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

180 195 185 225 150 215 150 170 210 215 180 200 225 225 210

Fr. Jr. Fr. So. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr.

Memphis, Tenn. Lenior City, Tenn. Pegram, Tenn. Goshen, Ind. Nashville, Tenn. Nashville, Tenn. Huntsville, Ala. LaPorte, Ind. Montreal, Quebec Athens, Ga. Morrison, Tenn. LaPorte, Ind. Chapel Hill, N.C. Bremen, Ind. Winchester, Ky.


Coaches Classic vs. Cancer For the second-consecutive season, the University of Memphis has the distinct honor of opening the 2003-2004 college basketball season in New York’s Madison Square Garden. The Tigers are no stranger to the arena in which it captured the 2002 Owens Corning NIT championship and opened last season with a victory over eventual national champion Syracuse. The Tigers will tipoff this season with Wake Forest at the ninth-annual Coaches vs. Cancer Classic in The Garden on Nov. 13. The Demon Deacons and Tigers only previous meeting was a 56-55 victory for Memphis in the first round of the 1982 NCAA Tournament. Coaches vs. Cancer, a collaboration between the National Association of Basketball Coaches and the American Cancer Society, exists to leverage the strength, community leadership and celebrity of our country’s basketball coaches to raise awareness and in turn, reduce cancer risk through education programs while raising funds for the fight against cancer. Through the efforts of more than 500 basketball coaches and the nation’s largest voluntary health organization, more than 12 million dollars has been raised since 1994. 2003 CVC Classic Schedule The money raised provides prevention, re- Thursday, Nov. 13 search, education and advocacy services in Memphis vs. Wake Forest, 7 p.m. ET more than 3,400 local communities – the Marquette vs. St. John’s, 9 p.m. ET Friday, Nov. 14 communities where we live. Pittsburgh vs. Alabama, 7 p.m. ET Information on Marquette and Wake Gonzaga vs. St. John’s, 9 p.m. ETf Forest is included in this section while capsules on the other five CVC teams are listed below.

ALABAMA Head Coach: Mark Gottfried 2002-03 Record: 17-12 SEC Record: 7-9 Basketball Contact: Becky Hopf Office Phone: (205) 348-6084 Fax Number: (205) 348-8841 Email: bhopf@ia.ua.edu

GONZAGA

Wake DemonForest Deacons November 13 ★ 7 pm ET ★ New York General Information

Skip Prosser

Taron Downey

2003-04 Schedule November 13 ^vs. Memphis 22 ELON 29 at Yale

January 3 6 10 13 17 20 25 29 31

NEW MEXICO BROWN *CLEMSON at Texas *at DUKE *GEORGIA TECH *at Florida State *MARYLAND *VIRGINIA

4 7 12 15 18 22 25 28

^ Coaches vs. Cancer Classic # ACC/Big Ten Challenge * ACC game

ST. JOHN’S Head Coach: Mike Jarvis 2002-03 Record: 21-13 Big East Record: 7-9 Basketball Contact: Dominic Scianna Office Phone: 718-990-6367 Fax Number: 718-969-8468 Email: sciannad@stjohns.edu

Statistics 2002-03 Record: 25-6 ACC Record: 13-3 (1st) Starters Returning: 4 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/4

*at N.C. State *NORTH CAROLINA *at Clemson CINCINNATI *DUKE *at Georgia Tech *FLORIDA STATE *at Maryland

PITTSBURGH

Head Coach: Phil Martelli 2002-03 Record: 23-7 Atlantic 10 Record: 12-4 Basketball Contact: Marie Wozniak Office Phone: 610-660-1727 Fax Number: 610-660-1724 Email: mwozniak@sju.edu

Basketball Phone: (315) 443-2082

February

2 *at Virginia 6 *N.C. STATE 11-14 ACC Tournament

ST. JOSEPH’S

Head Coach: Skip Prosser Alma Mater: U.S. Merchant Marine Academy ‘72 Record at Wake Forest: 46-19 (2 years) Overall Record: 211-97 (10 years) Associate Head Coach: Jeff Battle (Marshall, ’85) Assistant Coaches: Dino Gaudio (Ohio State, ’81) Chris Mack (Xavier, ’92)

#INDIANA RICHMOND at SMU *at North Carolina NORTH CAROLINA A&T

Head Coach: Mark Few 2002-03 Record: 24-9 West Coast Record: 12-1 Basketball Contact: Oliver Pierce Office Phone: 509-323-6373 Fax Number: 509-323-5730 Email: pierce@athletics.gonzaga.edu

Head Coach: Jamie Dixon 2002-03 Record: 28-5 Big East Record: 13-3 Basketball Contact: Greg Hotchkiss Office Phone: 412-648-8240 Fax Number: 412-648-8248 Email: ghotchkiss@athletics.pitt.edu

Coaching Staff

December 2 6 15 20 30

Location: Winston Salem, N.C. Enrollment: 14,665 Founded: 1834 Nickname: Demon Deacons Color: Old Gold and Black Conference: Atlantic Coast Home Arena: Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum (14,665) President: Dr. Thomas K. Hearn Jr. Athletic Director: Ron Wellman

Media Information Basketball Contact: Dean Buchan Email: buchandw@wfu.edu Office Phone: (336) 758-5640 Fax: (336) 758-5140 Home Phone: (336) 287-8954 Internet Address: wakeforestsports.com Press Row Phone: (336) 727-2945 Overnight Address: 203 Manchester Athletic Center Wingate Drive WFU Winston Salem, NC 27109

March

2003-04 Wake Forest Roster 0 1 2 3 4 10 13 20 23 31 33 34 55

Chris Ellis Justin Gray Jeremy Ingram Chris Paul Taron Downey Jamaal Levy Vytas Danelius Alan Williams Richard Joyce Eric Williams Trent Strickland Todd Hendley Kyle Visser

F G G G G F F G G/F C G F C

78★Memphis Basketball

6-9 6-2 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-9 6-9 6-3 6-5 6-9 6-5 6-9 6-11

265 185 185 168 180 180 228 177 200 275 200 213 224

So. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. So. So. Fr. Fr.

Marietta, Ga. Charlotte, N.C. Kinston, N.C. Lewisville, N.C. Oxford, N.C. Panama City, Panama Kaunas, Lithuania Memphis, Tenn. Mount Airy, N.C. Wake Forest, N.C. East Flat Rock, N.C. Sanford, N.C. Grand Rapids, Mich.


OPPONENT SID DIRECTORY AUSTIN PEAY STATE

MISSOURI

Brad Kirtley kirtleyb@apsu.edu Office Phone: (931) 221-7561 Fax Number: (931) 221-7562 Press Row: (931) 221-7731

Sam Fleury fleurys@missouri.edu Office Phone: (573) 882-3241 Fax Number: (573) 882Press Row: (573) 882-1442

BELMONT

OAKLAND

Matt Wilson wilsonm@mail.belmont.edu Office Phone: (615) 460-6698 Fax Number: (615) 460-5584 Press Row: TBA

Phil Hess hess@oakland.edu Office Phone: (248) 370-4008 Fax Number: (248) 370-4056 Press Row: (248) 370-4099

CHARLOTTE

SAINT LOUIS

Tom Whitestone tewhites@email.uncc.edu Office Phone: (704) 687-6310 Fax Number: (704) 687-4918 Press Row: (704) 687-4999

Doug McIlhagga mcilhad2@slu.edu Office Phone: (314) 977-3462 Fax Number: (314) 977-3462 Press Row: (314) 589-5832

CINCINNATI

SAMFORD

Tom Hathaway Tom.Hathaway@uc.edu Office Phone: (513) 556-5191 Fax Number: (513) 556-0619 Press Row: (513) 556-3800

Everett Hutto eehutto@samford.edu Office Phone: (270) 726-4271 Fax Number: (270) 726-2545 Press Row: (205) 726-2377

DEPAUL

SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI

Scott Reed sreed1@wppost.depaul.edu Office Phone: (773) 325-7525 Fax Number: (773) 325-7531 Press Row: (847) 296-6999

Regiel Napier regiel.napier@usm.edu Office Phone: (601) 266-5332 Fax Number: (601) 266-4507 Press Row: (601) 266-5428

EAST CAROLINA

TCU

Jody Jones jonesjod@mail.ecu.edu Office Phone: (252) 328-4522 Fax Number: (252) 328-4528 Press Row: (252) 328-0135

Trey Carmichael Office Phone: (817) 257-5377 Press Row: (817) 257-7337

FORDHAM

TULANE

Joe DiBari dibari@fordham.edu Office Phone: (718) 817-4240 Fax Number: (718) 817-4244 Press Row: (718) 817-2736

John Sudsbury jsudbu@tulane.edu Office Phone: (504) 865-5506 Fax Number: (504) 865-5512 Press Row: (504) 862-8122

HOUSTON

UAB

Rick Poulter rpoulter@uh.edu Office Phone: (713) 743-9404 Fax Number: (713) 743-9411 Press Row: (713) 743-9477

Aaron Jordan jordana@uab.edu Office Phone: (205) 934-0722 Fax Number: (205) 934-7505 Press Row: (205) 934-0722

ILLINOIS

UT-MARTIN

Kent Brown kwbrown3@uiuc.edu Office Phone: (217) 333-1391 Fax Number: (217) 333-5540 Press Row: (217) 333-1227

Joe Lofaro jlofaro@utm.edu Office Phone: (731) 587-7632 Fax Number: (731) 587-7624 Press Row: (731) 587-7624

LOUISVILLE

USF

Kenny Klein kenny.klein@louisville.edu Office Phone: (502) 852-6581 Fax Number: (502) 852-7401 Press Row: (502) 852-5567

Mike Hogan mhogan@admin.usf.edu Office Phone: (813) 974-4092 Fax Number: (813) 974-5328 Press Row: (813) 974-3287

MARQUETTE

VILLANOVA

John Farina john.farina@marquette.edu Office Phone: (414) 288-5287 Fax Number: (414) 288-6519 Press Row: (414) 227-0580

Mike Sheridan Office Phone: (610)519-4120 Press Row: (610) 519-7290

OLE MISS

WAKE FOREST

TBA TBA Office Phone: (662) 915-7522 Fax Number: (662) 915-7006 Press Row: (662) 236-1931

Dean Buchan buchandw@wfu.edu Office Phone: (336) 758-5640 Fax Number: (336) 758-5140 Press Row: (336) 727-2945

Memphis Basketball★77

t.carmichael@tcu.edu Fax Number: (817) 257-9764

michael.sheridan@villanova.edu Fax Number: (610) 519-7323


INSIDE THIS SECTION 93 94 95 96 98 99 100

CONFERENCE USA INFORMATION MEDIA TEAM LINK INFORMATION 2003 C-USA FINAL STANDINGS 2003 C-USA STATISTICS C-USA TOURNAMENT RESULTS 2003-04 CONFERENCE USA SCHEDULE 2004 NCAA TOURNAMENT BRACKET


CONFERENCE USA In the world of intercollegiate sports, many considered the formation of Conference USA a bold move. Its formation occurred during a significant period of major conference realignment and restructuring of the NCAA. C-USA established a strong foundation while quickly earning a reputation of successfully competing at the highest levels of intercollegiate athletics. Capitalizing on the strengths of its 15 Britton Banowsky distinguished and Commissioner diverse universities, Conference USA has quickly emerged as one of the nation’s top conferences. A PROUD HISTORY The conference unveiled its name, logo and commissioner on April 24, 1995 in Chicago. 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. Britton Banowsky was named Commissioner in October 2002, succeeding Mike Slive, the league’s first commissioner. PROMISE IN EXPANSION Conference USA added East Carolina (September, 1996) and the United States Military Academy (March, 1997) as football members. ECU began league competition in 1997; Army in 1998 and UAB began football play in 1999. The league added TCU and ECU (1999) for all sports and they began competition in 2001. South Florida starts CUSA football in 2003. COMPETITION Conference USA sponsors 19 sports — baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis, and track and field (indoor and outdoor) for men and basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track and field (indoor and outdoor), and volleyball for women. The league’s championship competition is enhanced by NCAA automatic bids in volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s

soccer, men’s and women’s tennis and baseball.

dividuals have made more than 290 NCAA appearances.

SUCCESS ON THE FIELD Conference USA performers have achieved great success in competition, placing the league among the top conferences in the nation ...

SUCCESS OFF THE FIELD Among Conference USA’s 5,000 studentathletes, there are champions off the playing field as well. In eight years, 68 student-athletes earned national Verizon Academic All-America honors, while 162 were named All-District. In addition, more than 7,500 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. The conference annually awards six postgraduate scholarships, along with the Sport Academic Award, Scholar Athletes of the Year and the Institutional Academic Excellence Award.

Men’s Basketball ★ Consistently rated as one of the top basketball leagues in the country ★ 51 postseason teams (28 NCAA and 23 NIT) ★ Strong fan support drawing over 1.8 million last year ★ Among the nation’s best in home attendance ★ One Final Four team ★ Three Elite Eight NCAA Tournament teams ★ One NIT champion ★ Three NIT semifinalists

Football ★ Began competition in 1996 ★ Rated among the top seven conferences in the nation ★ 22 teams have earned bowl bids ★ Member of the Bowl Championship series ★ Bowl tie-ins with the AXA Liberty Bowl (league champion), GMAC Bowl, Hawai’i Bowl, PlainsCapital Fort Worth Bowl and the New Orleans Bowl ★ Three Elite Eight NCAA Tournament teams ★ One NIT champion ★ Three NIT semifinalists

Women’s Basketball ★ Consistently rated among the nation’s best conferences ★ 30 NCAA Tournament appearances ★ 15 WNIT appearances ★ One team in the NCAA Sweet 16 ★ Strong fan support, ranking among the nation’s top 10 conferences in attendance ★ Setting league attendance records for three straight seasons ★ One NIT champion ★ Three NIT semifinalists

In addition, 23 volleyball teams, 27 men’s and women’s soccer teams, 23 baseball teams and eight softball teams have earned NCAA Tournament bids. Conference USA has sent two men’s soccer teams to the Final Four, one baseball team to the College World Series and four softball teams to the Women’s College World Series. The league has also had three national champions in NCAA track and field competition, one national champion in diving and numerous NCAA individual and team competitors in cross country, golf, swimming, tennis and track and field. Overall, Conference USA teams and in-

CONFERENCE USA ON TV ESPN, Inc. and Conference USA entered into an exclusive eight-year agreement, beginning with the 2001 season. The multi-faceted agreement, which incorporates ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Regional Television, ABC Sports, ESPN.com and ESPN Classic, is highlighted by: ESPN/ESPN2’s coverage of C-USA football featuring weeknight games; televising possible future C-USA Football Championship Games on ABC; men’s basketball coverage; syndication and network rights for the conference’s football and basketball coverage through ERT; continued exposure for women’s basketball, along with volleyball, baseball, soccer and softball, as well as marketing rights. The league also provides exposure for women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, baseball and softball through the Conference USA Television Network. GOVERNANCE Along with the ACC, Big East, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-10 and SEC, Conference USA is one of the seven conferences having significant representation in the NCAA governance structure. The Presidents of the member institutions serve as the league’s Board of Directors. Dr. Joseph Steger of Cincinnati served as the chair for the first four years and was succeeded by Dr. J.H. Woodward of Charlotte.

Memphis Basketball★93


CONFERENCE USA

Russell Anderson Director of Media Relations

Conference USA Directory Commissioner ........................ Britton Banowsky Associate Commissioner .............. Brenda Weare Associate Commissioner ............... Dennis Helsel Associate Commissioner ............ John McNamara Associate Commissioner ............. Noreen Morris Associate Commissioner ................ Sandra Biller Director of Creative Services ......................... Erika Amstadt Hirschfield Director of Media Relations ...... Russell Anderson Director of Sports Services ............ Linda Jepsen Busines Manager .......................... Brad Stricklin Associate Director of Media Relations ........................................... Robin Jentes Associate Director of Media Relations .................................... Dwyane Harrison Assistant Director of Champonships/Compliance ........................................ Myra Fishback Executive Assistant ....................... Marilyn Thivel Administrative Assistant .............. Barbara Brown Administrative Assistant .................. John Boston Championships/Marketing Assistant ....................................... Kyeshia Brakes Receptionist .................................... Pat Jendrus

Conference USA Championships 2003-04 Sites and Dates Cross Country ..................... Tampa, Fla. (Nov. 1) Women’s Soccer .......... Charlotte, N.C. (Nov. 5-8) Men’s Soccer ........ Collierville, Tenn. (Nov. 13-16) Volleyball ............. New Orleans, La. (Nov. 21-24) Swimming ............... Houston, Texas (Feb. 26-28) Indoor Track ............ Houston, Texas (Feb. 27-28) Women’s Basketball ... Ft. Worth, Texas (Mar. 4-7) Men’s Basketball .... Cincinnati, Ohio (Mar. 10-13) Men’s Tennis ......... Memphis, Tenn. (April 15-18) Women’s Tennis ......... Louisville, Ky. (April 15-18) Women’s Golf ........ Ft. Worth, Texas (April 19-21) Men’s Golf ................ Dade City, Fla. (Apil 19-21) Outdoor Track ............ Louisville, Ky. (May 13-15) Softball ...................... Louisville, Ky. (May 13-15) Baseball .................. Houston, Texas (May 26-30)

Conference USA Media Day Conference USA’s annual Basketball Media Day will take place on Sunday, Oct. 26, at the O’Hare Marriott in Chicago.

Weekly Teleconference Conference USA head coaches will be featured in a weekly teleconference from 10-11:30 a.m. CST during the 2003-04 season. The call will be each Monday, beginning in January and will continue throughout the basketball season, with the final call coming in March.

Dwayne Harrison Associate Director of Media Relations

Robin Jentes Associate Director of Media Relations

Conference USA Office 35 East Wacker Drive ★ Suite 650 ★ Chicago, IL 60601 Conference USA Office: (312) 553-0483 ★ Fax: (312) 553-0495

C-USA to Employ One-Division Format Conference USA announced that it will change its two-division alignment in men’s basketball and move to a 14-team division beginning with the 2003-04 season. After reviewing recommendations from the Men’s Basketball Task Force, which is comprised of athletic directors and head coaches, the conference’s Board of Directors approved the switch to one division and the following scheduling format. Each school will play each other for a total of 13 games. Additionally, three mirror games will be added to each team’s schedule based on geography, rivalries and television to account for 16 conference games. Under the former divisional format, Memphis did not play 2003 C-USA champion Marquette the past two seasons.

Conference USA Tournament The 2004 Conference USA Tournament returns to Cincinnati, Ohio, marking the second time in three years the U.S. Bank Arena has played host to the tournament. The city of Cincinnati with be playing host to the tournament for the third time in the league’s nine-year history. The 1998 tournament was played on the University of Cincinnati campus in the Shoemaker Center. The U.S. Bank arena, formerly the Firstar Center, played host to the tournament in 2002. At press time future sites for the Conference USA Tournament had yet to be determined.

Poll Presence In the final 2003 Associated Press poll, Conference USA had three teams ranked in the Top 25 — Marquette (No. 9), Louisville (No. 14) and Memphis (No. 19).

The last time C-USA finished with three teams ranked in the final AP poll was the league’s first season, 1995-96. Cincinnati was ranked No. 7, Memphis was 16th and Louisville 24th.

The New Guy After seeing four new coaches make their debut in Conference USA, South Florida’s Robert McCullum is the only new coach in the league for this season. McCullum comes to USF after a three-year stint at Western Michigan, compiling a 4445 mark, including a 34-27 ledger the past two seasons. McCullum guided WMU to only its fourth post-season berth with a 20-11 mark last season and a NIT bid.

Beating the Champs Conference USA teams defeated nine different regular-season conference champions during the 2002-03 season, including the champs of four of the top-five ranked leagues according to the RPI report. Additionally, C-USA squads had victories over six conference tournament winners. Memphis defeated Big East regular-season champion Syracuse as well as Big 10 tournament champion Illinois during the regular season.

International Flavor Conference USA men’s basketball continues to have a distinct international flair to it. Ten squads feature at least one player born outside of the United States with East Carolina and Memphis leading the way with four international players each.

94★Memphis Basketball


CONFERENCE USA 2002-03 Conference USA Final Standings AMERICAN DIVISION 1. Marquette+ 2. Louisville^ 3. Saint Louis 4. Cincinnati 5. DePaul 6. Charlotte 7. East Carolina

CONFERENCE USA W L PCT DIV 14 2 .875 10-2 11 5 .688 8-4 9 7 .562 7-5 9 7 .562 6-6 8 8 .500 5-7 8 8 .500 5-7 3 13 .188 1-11

W 27 25 16 17 16 13 12

ALL GAMES L PCT Last 10 6 .844 9-1 7 .781 6-4 14 .533 8-2 12 .586 4-6 13 .552 4-6 16 .448 5-5 15 .444 1-9

NATIONAL DIVISION 1. Memphis 2. Tulane 3. UAB 4. South Florida 5. Houston 6. Southern Miss 7. TCU

W 13 8 8 7 6 5 3

W 23 16 21 15 8 13 9

L 7 15 13 14 20 16 19

L 3 8 8 9 10 11 13

PCT .813 .500 .500 .438 .375 .313 .188

DIV 102 7-5 7-5 5-7 5-7 5-7 3-9

PCT .767 .516 .618 .517 .286 .448 .321

Last 10 8-2 5-5 5-5 4-6 2-8 3-7 2-8

+ Regular Season Champion ^ Conference USA Men's Basketball Championship winner

2003 Conference USA Tournament Freedom Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio First Round, March 12 (10) South Florida 76, (7) DePaul 74 (6) Tulane 74, (11) Houston 52 (9) UAB 85, (8) Charlotte 71 (12) Southern Miss 63, (5) Cincinnati 61 Second Round, March 13 (2) Memphis 62, (10) South Florida 56 (3) Louisville 82, (6) Tulane 66 (9) UAB 83, (1) Marquette 76 (4) Saint Louis 69, (12) Southern Miss 56 Semifinals, March 14 Louisville 78, Memphis 75 UAB 63, Saint Louis 62 Championship, March 15 Louisville 83, UAB 78 2003 C-USA All-Tournament Team Luke Whitehead (MVP), Louisville Marque Perry, Saint Louis Eric Bush, UAB Morris Finley, UAB Francisco Garcia, Louisville

2003 All-Conference USA Team First Team Reece Gaines, Louisville Chris Massie, Memphis Marque Perry, Saint Louis Louis Truscott, Houston Dwyane Wade, Marquette

Second Team Demon Brown, Charlotte Travis Diener, Marquette Morris Finley, UAB Robert Jackson, Marquette Leonard Stokes, Cincinnati Third Team Antonio Burks, Memphis Charles Gaines, Southern Miss Sam Hoskin, DePaul Waitari Marsh, Tulane Will McDonald, South Florida Conference USA All-Freshman Team Rodney Carney, Memphis Taquan Dean, Louisville Demario Eddins, UAB Francisco Garcia, Louisville Steve Novak, Marquette Curtis Withers, Charlotte C-USA Sixth Player of the Year Steve Novak, Marquette C-USA Defensive Player of the Year Dwyane Wade, Marquette C-USA Freshman of the Year Francisco Garcia, Louisville C-USA Player of the Year Dwyane Wade, Marquette C-USA Ray Meyer Coach of the Year Tom Crean, Marquette

2002-03 Attendance TEAM

G ATT

Louisville Memphis Marquette Cincinnati Saint Louis Charlotte DePaul East Carolina TCU UAB South Florida Houston Southern Miss Tulane

18 16 16 16 16 15 16 14 14 16 15 13 14 17

AVG

342,672 266,283 248,851 194,915 147,712 96,338 99,433 81,538 67,692 70,763 60,677 49,500 47,027 32,355

19,037 16,643 15,553 12,182 9,232 6,423 6,215 5,824 4,835 4,423 4,045 3,808 3,359 1,903

All-Time C-USA Standings TEAM Cincinnati Memphis Marquette Charlotte Louisville UAB Saint Louis Southern Miss Tulane South Florida DePaul Houston TCU East Carolina

YRS 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 2 2

W 99 81 77 75 72 62 60 54 51 49 39 33 9 8

L 25 43 47 49 52 62 64 70 73 75 85 77 23 24

PCT .798 .652 .621 .605 .581 .500 .483 .435 .411 .395 .315 .300 .281 .250

Memphis Honors All-Conference USA Lorenzen Wright, First Team, 1996 Cedric Henderson, Second Team, 1997 Omar Sneed, First Team, 1998 Detric Golden, Third Team, 1998 Omar Sneed, Second Team, 1999 Kelly Wise, Third Team, 2000 Kelly Wise, First Team, 2001 Dajuan Wagner, First Team, 2002 Kelly Wise, First Team, 2002 Chris Massie, First Team, 2003 Antonio Burks, Third Team, 2003

C- USA All-Freshman Team Courtney Trask, 2000 Scooter McFadgon, 2001 Dajuan Wagner, 2002 Rodney Carney, 2003

Memphis Basketball★95


2002-03 C-USA ST ATISTICS SCORING RK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

PLAYER-TEAM Dwayne Wade, MAR Morris Finley, UAB Reece Gaines, LOU Junior Blount, TCU Marque Perry, SLU Demon Brown, CHA Chris Massie, MEM Corey Santee, TCU Will McDonald, USF Leonard Stokes, CIN Sam Hoskin, DPU Robert Jackson, MAR Louis Truscott, HOU Charles Gaines, USM Waitari Marsh, TUL Jimmy Baxter, USF Derrick Wiley, ECU Andre Owens, HOU Brandon Brown, TUL Bingo Merriex, TCU

REBOUNDING RK PLAYER-TEAM 1. Louis Truscott, HOU 2. Chris Massie, MEM 3. Charles Gaines, USM 4. Andre Brown, DPU 5. Erroyl Bing, ECU 6. Jamal Brown, TCU 7. Will McDonald, USF 8. Ellis Myles, LOU 9. Sam Hoskin, DPU 10. Robert Jackson, MAR 11. Bingo Merriex, TCU 12. Brandon Brown, TUL 13. Marvin Stone, LOU 14. Eddie Basden, CHA 15. Jason Maxiell, CIN 16. Scott Merritt, MAR 17. Curtis Withers, CHA 18. Kenny Brown, SLU 19. Dwayne Wade, MAR 20. John Grice, MEM

ASSISTS (Minimum 3.0 per game) G 33 34 32 28 30 29 23 28 28 29 29 33 28 29 27 29 26 28 31 27

FG 251 201 177 152 183 158 151 164 169 152 151 191 161 150 146 169 145 128 161 128

G 28 23 29 28 27 26 28 24 29 33 27 31 24 29 29 33 29 30 33 30

3FG 14 99 75 77 20 137 0 64 1 19 12 0 7 0 40 56 15 65 19 41

OFF 127 96 110 90 100 71 67 68 70 110 60 84 62 86 76 78 73 82 60 60

FT 194 122 145 114 128 34 82 63 107 131 139 127 99 137 63 28 60 68 77 44

DEF 188 153 168 162 136 153 160 121 149 139 143 144 108 114 119 140 114 110 149 128

PTS AVG/G 710 21.5 623 18.3 574 17.9 495 17.7 514 17.1 487 16.8 384 16.7 455 16.2 446 15.9 454 15.7 453 15.6 509 15.4 428 15.3 437 15.1 395 14.6 422 14.6 365 14.0 389 13.9 418 13.5 341 12.6

TOT 315 249 278 252 236 224 227 189 219 249 203 228 170 200 195 218 187 192 209 188

AVG/G 11.2 10.8 9.6 9.0 8.7 8.6 8.1 7.9 7.6 7.5 7.5 7.4 7.1 6.9 6.7 6.6 6.4 6.4 6.3 6.3

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE RK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

PLAYER-TEAM Chris Massie, MEM Robert Jackson, MAR Nick Sinville, TUL Sam Hoskin, DPU Gabe Kennedy, UAB Marvin Stone, LOU Gabriel Mikulas, ECU Charles Gaines, USM Will McDonald, USF Dwyane Wade, MAR

G 23 33 30 29 34 24 27 29 28 33

FG 151 191 111 151 135 88 106 150 169 251

FGA 251 343 200 279 257 170 206 292 337 501

PCT .602 .557 .555 .541 .525 .518 .515 .514 .501 .501

RK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

PLAYER-TEAM Reggie Kohn, USF Antonio Burks, MEM Travie Diener, MAR Corey Santee, TCU Taron Barker, CIN Reece Gaines, LOU Dante Stiggers, USM Dwyane Wade, MAR Travis Holcomb-Faye, ECU

G 29 25 33 28 28 32 29 33 22

AST 180 140 184 141 140 159 134 145 95

AST/G 6.21 5.60 5.58 5.04 5.00 4.97 4.62 4.39 4.32

G 34 33 29 29 29 34 32 34 28

STL 105 71 61 60 58 67 55 53 41

STL/G 3.09 2.15 2.10 2.07 2.00 1.97 1.72 1.56 1.46

STEALS RK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

PLAYER-TEAM Eric Bush, UAB Dwyane Wade, MaR Eddie Basden, CHA Reggie Kohn, USF Jimmy Baxter, USF Morris Finley, UAB Reece Gaines, LOU Demario Eddins, UAB Junior Blount, TCU

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE RK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

PLAYER-TEAM Steve Novak, MAR David Haywood, USM Taron Barker, CIN Francisco Garcia, LOU Ivan Pjevcevic, TUL Erik Brown, LOU Morris Finley, UAB Reggie Kohn, USF Drew Diener, SLU

G 33 29 28 32 29 30 34 29 29

3FG 55 38 38 57 34 31 99 71 49

FGA 109 84 87 134 80 74 240 175 122

PCT .505 .452 .437 .425 .425 .419 .412 .406 .402

G 28 26 25 29 27 31 34 26 33

FTM 114 52 95 139 69 86 122 74 74

FTA 129 61 114 169 84 105 149 91 91

PCT .884 .852 .833 .822 .821 .819 .819 .813 .813

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE RK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

PLAYER-TEAM Junior Blount, TCU Jasper Johnson, USM Gabriel Mikulas, ECU Sam Hoskin, DPU Nucleus Smith, TCU Brandon Span, TUL Morris Finley, UAB Earl Barron, MEM Travis Diener, MAR

BLOCKS RK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

PLAYER-TEAM Moussa Badiane, ECU Anwar Ferguson, HOU Jeremee McGuire, HOU Rodney Carney, MEM Marvin Stone, LOU Jason Maxiell, CIN Gerrick Morris, USF Dwyane Wade, MAR Eric Hicks, CIN

96★Memphis Basketball

G 27 28 28 30 24 29 26 33 26

BLK 62 49 45 46 36 43 34 43 33

BLK/G 2.30 1.75 1.61 1.53 1.50 1.48 1.31 1.30 1.27


2002-03 C-USA ST ATISTICS SCORING OFFENSE TEAM 1. Louisville 2. Marquette 3. UAB 4. TCU 5. Memphis 6. Tulane 7. South Florida 8. Charlotte 9. Cincinnati 10. DePaul 11. Southern Miss 12. East Carolina 13. Saint Louis 14. Houston

G 32 33 34 28 30 31 29 29 29 29 29 27 30 28

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

W-L 25-7 27-6 21-13 9-19 23-7 16-15 15-14 13-16 17-12 16-13 13-16 12-15 16-14 8-20

PTS AVG/G 2612 81.6 2589 78.5 2640 77.6 2146 76.6 2232 74.4 2205 71.1 2001 69.0 1985 68.4 1954 67.4 1949 67.2 1939 66.9 1760 65.2 1821 60.7 1631 58.2

SCORING DEFENSE TEAM 1. Saint Louis 2. Cincinnati 3. DePaul 4. East Carolina 5. Houston 6. Memphis 7. Tulane 8. South Florida 9. Louisville 10. Marquette 11. Charlotte 12. Southern Miss 13. UAB 14. TCU

G 30 29 29 27 28 30 31 29 32 33 29 29 34 28 G 32 33 30 29 34 31 29 29 27 30 29 29 28 28

G 33 31 32 34 29 30 29 30 28 27 29 29 28 29

FG 901 826 902 969 687 787 737 655 726 632 675 667 596 691

FGA 1871 1764 1950 2179 1553 1809 1697 1520 1707 1527 1641 1653 1478 1744

TEAM 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

South Florida Cincinnati Memphis Houston East Carolina Louisville Marquette Saint Louis DePaul Tulane UAB Charlotte Southern Miss TCU

FG

FGA

PCT

29 29 30 28 27 32 33 30 29 31 34 29 29 28

696 615 706 681 626 727 814 633 648 764 837 722 753 812

1744 1534 1738 1676 1540 1785 1959 1519 1544 1805 1904 1628 1685 1713

.399 .401 .406 .406 .406 .407 .416 .417 .420 .423 .440 .443 .447 .474

DEF MAR. 68.7 +13.0 69.2 +9.2 66.4 +8.0 61.9 +5.4 72.9 +4.8 67.5 +3.6 64.9 +2.3 68.0 +1.0 65.1 +0.1 60.0 +0.0 69.9 -1.4 70.1 -3.2 80.4 -3.8 66.2 -8.0

TEAM 1. Marquette 2. Louisville 3. Tulane 4. South Florida 5. Memphis 6. Cincinnati 7. Saint Louis 8. DePaul 9. Charlotte 10. UAB 11. TCU 12. Houston 13. Southern Miss 14. East Carolina

G 33 32 31 29 30 29 30 29 29 34 28 28 29 27

FG 202 272 177 182 210 197 168 128 231 219 198 156 117 119

FGA 508 752 492 527 610 573 496 382 694 664 613 514 411 427

3-POINT FG PCT. DEFENSE

TEAM 1. DePaul 2. Marquette 3. Memphis 4. ECU 5. Louisville 6. USM 7. Houston 8. Charlotte 9. TCU 10. Cincinnati 11. Tulane 12. USF 13. Saint Louis 14. UAB

TEAM 1. Houston 2. Louisville 3. South Florida 4. UAB 5. Memphis 6. DePaul 7. Tulane 8. East Carolina 9. Saint Louis 10. Marquette 11. Southern Miss 12. TCU 13. Cincinnati 14. Charlotte

AVG OPP AVG MAR 37.1 875 30.2 +6.9 36.6 1065 32.3 +4.3 40.1 1079 36.0 +4.1 38.1 952 35.3 +2.8 38.1 1151 36.0 +2.2 37.8 1049 36.2 +1.6 37.6 1018 36.4 +1.3 37.9 1070 36.9 +1.0 38.3 1056 37.7 +0.6 35.5 1023 35.3 +0.2 35.2 1088 35.1 +0.1 38.1 1113 38.4 -0.3 30.3 1009 33.6 -3.3 35.0 1375 40.4 -5.5

G 28 32 29 34 30 29 31 27 30 33 29 28 29 29

FG 178 169 192 210 177 186 187 171 154 224 165 181 172 228

FGA 578 545 610 651 546 573 576 524 468 674 494 541 494 589

G 33 29 32 29 27 29 34 28 31 28 30 30 29 29

FTM 585 447 536 423 377 472 483 496 376 283 448 343 345 372

FTA 759 622 770 613 548 687 708 728 566 429 685 525 542 587

PCT .771 .719 .696 .690 .688 .687 .682 .681 .664 .660 .654 .653 .637 .634

TEAM 1. Louisville 2. Memphis 3. Marquette 4. South Florida 5. Tulane 6. UAB 7. Charlotte 8. TCU 9. Southern Miss 10. DePaul 11. Cincinnati 12. Saint Louis 13. East Carolina 14. Houston

G ASSISTS 32 529 30 493 33 533 29 460 31 489 34 510 29 421 28 403 29 381 29 377 29 357 30 367 27 329 28 302

AVG/G 16.53 16.43 16.15 15.86 15.77 15.00 14.52 14.39 13.14 13.00 12.31 12.23 12.19 10.79

G 34 29 29 31 32 30 28 29 30 33 29 29 28 27

STEALS 394 254 246 242 237 216 194 184 182 198 167 152 146 136

AVG/G 11.59 8.76 8.48 7.81 7.41 7.20 6.93 6.34 6.07 6.00 5.76 5.24 5.21 5.04

G BLOCKS 30 52 29 136 32 148 28 124 29 125 27 100 33 117 29 99 31 102 34 99 30 76 28 59 29 59 29 59

AVG/G 5.07 4.69 4.62 4.43 4.31 3.70 3.55 3.41 3.29 2.91 2.53 2.11 2.03 2.03

STEALS

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. OFF 81.6 78.5 74.4 67.4 77.6 71.1 67.2 69.0 65.2 60.7 68.4 66.9 76.6 58.2

TEAM 1. Marquette 2. DePaul 3. Louisville 4. Cincinnati 5. East Carolina 6. Southern Miss 7. UAB 8. TCU 9. Tulane 10. Houston 11. Memphis 12. Saint Louis 13. South Florida 14. Charlotte

ASSISTS

G

REBOUNDING MARGIN G TEAM 29 1075 33 1208 30 1203 27 1028 32 1220 29 1095 28 1054 29 1099 28 1073 29 1030 31 1090 29 1105 30 909 34 1189

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE PCT .482 .468 .463 .445 .442 .435 .434 .431 .425 .414 .411 .404 .403 .396

FIELD GOAL PCT. DEFENSE PTS AVG/G 1822 60.7 1796 61.9 1881 64.9 1757 65.1 1854 66.2 1993 66.4 2094 67.5 1971 68.0 2197 68.7 2284 69.2 2027 69.9 2033 70.1 2477 72.9 2252 80.4

SCORING MARGIN TEAM 1. Louisville 2. Marquette 3. Memphis 4. Cincinnati 5. UAB 6. Tulane 7. DePaul 8. South Florida 9. East Carolina 10. Saint Louis 11. Charlotte 12. Southern Miss 13. TCU 14. Houston

TEAM 1. Marquette 2. Tulane 3. Louisville 4. UAB 5. DePaul 6. Memphis 7. South Florida 8. Saint Louis 9. TCU 10. East Carolina 11. Southern Miss 12. Cincinnati 13. Houston 14. Charlotte

PCT .398 .362 .360 .345 .344 .344 .339 .335 .333 .330 .323 .304 .285 .279

TEAM 1. UAB 2. South Florida 3. Charlotte 4. Tulane 5. Louisville 6. Memphis 7. TCU 8. Southern Miss 9. Saint Louis 10. Marquette 11. DePaul 12. Cincinnati 13. Houston 14. East Carolina

BLOCKED SHOTS PCT .308 .310 .315 .323 .324 .325 .325 .326 .329 .332 .334 .335 .348 .387

TEAM 1. Memphis 2. South Florida 3. Louisville 4. Houston 5. Cincinnati 6. East Carolina 7. Marquette 8. Southern Miss 9. Tulane 10. UAB 11. Saint Louis 12. TCU 13. Charlotte 14. DePaul

Memphis Basketball★97


C-USA TOURNAMENT 1996

1998

2000

2002

CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONSHIP

CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONSHIP

CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONSHIP

CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONSHIP

March 6-9, 1996/Memphis, Tenn. The Pyramid

March 4-7, 1998/Cincinnati, Ohio Shoemaker Arena

March 8-11, 2000/Memphis, Tenn. The Pyramid

March 6-9/Cincinnati, Ohio Firstar Center

First Round (9) Saint Louis 61, (8) Southern Miss 44 (10) DePaul 66, (7) Charlotte 60 (11) South Florida 73, (6) UAB 57

First Round (7) Marquette 52, (10) DePaul 502 (6) Southern Miss 73, (11) Houston 57 (9) Louisville 75, (8) South Florida 64 (5) Saint Louis 71, (12) Tulane 53

First Round (9) Saint Louis 59, (8) Southern Miss 51 (12) Houston 77, (5) Marquetee 75 (11) Memphis 60, (6) South Florida 58 (7) Charlotte 76, (10) UAB 73

First Round (7) Louisville, (10) TCU 86 (6) Houston 58, (11) East Carolina 49 (8) South Florida 65, (9) UAB 62 (12) Tulane 50, (5) Saint Louis 47

Second Round (2) Charlotte 63, (7) Marquette 55 (6) Southern Miss 85, (3) Memphis 57 (1) Cincinnati 64, (9) Louisville 50 (4) UAB 76, (5) Saint Louis 74

Second Round Saint Louis 68, (1) Cincinnati 58 (4) Tulane 76, Houston 69 (3) DePaul 80, Memphis 76 Charlotte 57, (2) Louisville 52

Second Round (2) Marquette 84, Louisville 76 Houston 80, (3) Memphis 74 (1) Cincinnati 79, South Florida 57 (4) Charlotte 78, Tulane 69

Semifinals (1) Cincinnati 100, (4) UAB 85 (2) Charlotte 65, (6) Southern Miss 53

Semifinals Saint Louis 64, Tulane 46 DePaul 56, Charlotte 49

Semifinals Marquette 85, Houston 73 Cincinnati 71, Charlotte 55

Finals (1) Cincinnati 71, (2) Charlotte 55

Finals Saint Louis 56, DePaul 49

Finals Cincinnati 77, Marquette 63

Second Round (4) Louisville 98, (5) Tulane 79 (1) Cincinnati 62, (9) Saint Louis 59 ot (3) Marquette 65, (11) South Florida 56 (2) Memphis 92, (10) DePaul 69 Semifinals (1) Cincinnati 92, (4) Louisville 81 (3) Marquette 72, (2) Memphis 60 Finals (1) Cincinnati 85, (3) Marquette 84 ot

ALL-TOURNAMENT Danny Fortson, Cincinnati (MVP); Aaron Hutchins, Marquette; Art Long, Cincinnati; Anthony Pieper, Marquette; Lorenzen Wright, Memphis

1997 CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONSHIP March 5-8, 1997/St. Louis, Mo. Kiel Center First Round (6) Louisville 69, (11) South Florida 58 (7) UAB 55, (10) Houston 54 (9) Saint Louis 69, (8) Southern Miss 61 (5) Marquette 79, (12) DePaul 53 Second Round (3) Charlotte 64, (6) Louisville 60 (7) UAB 74, (2) Tulane 70 (1) Cincinnati 71, (9) Saint Louis 43 (5) Marquette 63, (4) Memphis 45 Semifinals (3) Charlotte 67, (7) UAB 65 (5) Marquette 91, (1) Cincinnati 79 Finals (5) Marquette 60, (3) Charlotte 52

ALL-TOURNAMENT Danny Fortson, Cincinnati; Aaron Hutchins, Marquette (MVP); Sean Colson, Charlotte; DeMarco Johnson, Charlotte; Chris Crawford, Marquette

ALL-TOURNAMENT

ALL-TOURNAMENT

ALL-TOURNAMENT

D'Juan Baker, Cincinnati; Michael Horton, Cincinnati; Larry Hughes, Saint Louis; DeMarco Johnson, Charlotte; Kenyon Martin, Cincinnati (MVP)

Justin Love, Saint Louis (MVP); John Redden, Saint Louis; Rashon Burno, DePaul; Paul McPherson, DePaul; Jobey Thomas, Charlotte

Steve Logan, Cincinnati (MVP); Reece Gaines, Louisville; Cordell Henry, Marquette; Immanuel McElroy, Cincinnati; Marcus Oliver, Houston

1999

2001

2003

CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONSHIP

CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONSHIP

CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONSHIP

March 3-6, 1999/Birmingham, AL BJCC Arena

March 7-10, 2001/Louisville, Ky. Freedom Hall

March 12-15/Louisville, Ky. Freedom Hall

First Round (9) South Florida 88, (8) Memphis 81 (ot) (5) Charlotte 75, (12) Houston 51 (6) DePaul 95, (11) Tulane 59 (7) Saint Louis 59, (10) Marquette 52

First Round (6) South Florida 63, (11) DePaul 59 (7) Saint Louis 78, (10) Houston 65 (8) UAB 74, (9) Louisville 61 (5) Marquette 72, (12) Tulane 67

First Round (10) South Florida 76, (7) DePaul 74 (6) Tulane 74, (11) Houston 52 (9) UAB 85, (8) Charlotte 71 (12) Southern Miss 63, (5) Cincinnati 61

Second Round 1) Cincinnati 76, (9) South Florida 56 (5) Charlotte 83, (4) Southern Miss 75 (3) UAB 79, (6) DePaul 73 (2) Louisville 70, (7) Saint Louis 61

Second Round (3) Charlotte 77, (6) South Florida 74 (2) Southern Miss 63, (7) Saint Louis 54 (1) Cincinnati 73, (8) UAB 70 (4) Memphis 71, (5) Marquette 64

Second Round (2) Memphis 62, (10) South Florida 56 (3) Louisville 82, (6) Tulane 66 (9) UAB 83, (1) Marquette 76 (4) Saint Louis 69, (12) Southern Miss 56

Semifinals (5) Charlotte 55, (1) Cincinnati 52 (2) Louisville 77, (3) UAB 68

Semifinals (3) Charlotte 75), (2) Southern Miss 63 (1) Cincinnati 89, (4) Memphis 79

Semifinals (3) Louisville 78, (2) Memphis 75 (9) UAB 63, (4) Saint Louis 62

Finals (5) UNC Charlotte 68, (2) Louisville 59

Finals (3) Charlotte 80, (1) Cincinnati 72)

Finals (3) Louisville 83, (9) UAB 78

ALL-TOURNAMENT

ALL-TOURNAMENT

Pete Mickeal, Cincinnati; Cameron Murray, Louisville; Diego Guevara, Charlotte; Kelvin Price, Charlotte; Galen Young, Charlotte (MVP)

ALL-TOURNAMENT

Rodney White (MVP), Charlotte; Diego Guevara, Charlotte; Kenny Satterfield, Cincinnati; Steve Logan, Cincinnati; Kelly Wise, Memphis

Luke Whitehead (MVP) Louisville; Marque Perry, Saint Louis; Eric Bush, UAB; Morris Finley, UAB; Francisco Garcia, Louisville

98★Memphis Basketball


2003-04 C-USA SCHEDULE NOVEMBER 13 (Thursday) Marquette and Memphis at Coaches vs. Cancer Classic - New York, NY Memphis vs. Wake Forest Marquette vs. St. John’s 21 (Friday) George Washington at Charlotte Loyola-Chicago at DePaul East Tennessee State at Houston Marquette hosts Blue and Gold Classic Savannah State at Marquette Eastern Kentucky at Saint Louis Alcorn State at Southern Miss Florida Atlantic at USF 22 (Saturday) Akron at Cincinnati Campbell at East Carolina Marquette hosts Blue and Gold Classic Valparaiso/Arkansas-Monticello at Marquette Fordham at Memphis Texas-Arlington at TCU 24 (Monday) North Carolina A&T at Charlotte Oakland at Cincinnati Northern Michigan at Marquette Savannah State at Saint Louis Georgia Southern at UAB 25 (Tuesday) Northwestern at DePaul UNC Pembroke at East Carolina Texas Southern at Southern Miss USF at Valparaiso Southern at Tulane SMU at TCU 26 (Wednesday) Charlotte at Syracuse 29 (Saturday) Coppin State at Cincinnati DePaul at Spartan Coca-Cola Classic – East Lansing, Mich. DePaul vs. Indiana State Coastal Carolina at East Carolina Louisville vs. Iowa John Wooden Classic Indianapolis, Ind. Austin Peay at Memphis North Carolina A&T at Saint Louis Southern Miss at Murray State Wright State at USF Tulsa at TCU Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Tulane Richmond at UAB (30) Sunday Charlotte at UNC Asheville DePaul at Spartan Coca-Cola Classic – East Lansing, Mich. DePaul vs. Indiana State/Michigan State Loyola (La.) at Tulane DECEMBER 1 (Monday) Notre Dame at Marquette Kansas at TCU 2 (Tuesday) Cincinnati at Valparaiso East Carolina at George Mason Saint Louis at West Virginia USF at Providence 3 (Wednesday) Charlotte at Alabama Rice at Houston Tennessee-Martin at Memphis Murray State at TCU New Orleans at Tulane Birmingham-Southern at UAB 4 (Thursday) Western Kentucky vs. Louisville – Nashville, Tenn. 5 (Friday) Grambling at Marquette Southern Miss at Brothers Air/Heat Shootout – Rock Hill, S.C. Southern Miss vs. Hampton

6 (Saturday) Charlotte at Old Dominion East Carolina at Seton Hall Lamar at Houston Mississippi at Memphis Arizona at Saint Louis Southern Miss at Brothers Air/Heat Shootout – Rock Hill, S.C. Southern Miss vs. Samford/Winthrop USF at Nebraska TCU at Washington State Rice at Tulane UAB at Mississippi State

27 (Saturday) Miami (Ohio) at Cincinnati DePaul at Seton Hall East Carolina vs. Virginia Tech (Norfolk, Va.) Louisville at Kentucky Texas A&M at Houston Missouri at Memphis Butler at Saint Louis Tulane and UAB at Nokia Sugar Bowl Classic – New Orleans, La. Mississippi State vs. Tulane LSU vs. UAB

7 (Sunday) Bradley at DePaul Holy Cross at Louisville

29 (Monday) Sacred Heart at Marquette Oakland at Memphis USF hosts USF Holiday Classic – Tampa Grambling at TCU

8 (Monday) Houston at UTEP 9 (Tuesday) DePaul at Ohio Northwestern State at Tulane 10 (Wednesday) North Carolina A&T at East Carolina Seton Hall at Louisville TCU at Texas Tech 11 (Thursday) Davidson at Charlotte 13 (Saturday) Appalachian State at Charlotte Louisville hosts Billy Minardi Classic Florida at Louisville Marquette at Arizona Memphis at Illinois Richmond at USF Saint Louis at Georgia Tech Southern Miss at Arkansas State North Texas at TCU 14 (Sunday) Notre Dame at DePaul 15 (Monday) Canisius at Marquette UAB at the Coors Classic – Mobile, Ala. UAB vs. Western Michigan

30 (Tuesday) Delaware State at Charlotte Elon at Cincinnati Radford at East Carolina LSU at Houston Toledo at Louisville Southern Miss at Auburn USF hosts USF Holiday Classic – Tampa Marshall at UAB 31 (Wednesday) Southeast Missouri State at DePaul Saint Louis at Dayton Nicholls State at Tulane JANUARY 2 (Friday) Charlotte at Southern Illinois 3 (Saturday) Chicago State at DePaul East Carolina at Mississippi Houston at Louisiana-Lafayette Murray State at Louisville Kansas State at Saint Louis Vanderbilt at TCU South Alabama at UAB 4 (Sunday) New Orleans at Southern Miss

16 (Tuesday) USF at Michigan State

6 (Tuesday) Charlotte at DePaul Memphis at Villanova

17 (Wednesday) Clemson at Cincinnati Bethune Cookman at Houston Belmont at Memphis Grambling State at Saint Louis Georgia Southern at Southern Miss

7 (Wednesday) Cincinnati at Tulane Marquette at Houston Saint Louis at TCU Southern Miss at Louisville UAB at East Carolina

18 (Thursday) UAB at Virginia Commonwealth

10 (Saturday) DePaul at Cincinnati East Carolina at Charlotte Houston at UAB Louisville at USF Memphis at Southern Miss Saint Louis at Marquette Tulane at TCU

19 (Friday) Gardner-Webb at East Carolina 20 (Saturday) Middle Tennessee State at Cincinnati Toledo at DePaul Washington at Houston Austin Peay at Louisville Marquette at Wisconsin Florida International at USF Saint Louis at Southwest Missouri State Southern Miss at LSU Southeastern Louisiana at Tulane Alabama A&M at UAB 22 (Monday) Florida A&M at Marquette Samford at Memphis William Carey at Southern Miss Colorado State at USF Arkansas State at TCU 23 (Tuesday) Charlotte at Rhode Island Dayton at Cincinnati Hampton at East Carolina Chicago State at Houston VMI at Louisville Tulane at LSU Louisiana Tech at UAB

13 (Tuesday) Memphis at DePaul Southern Miss at Saint Louis TCU at Houston

19 (Monday) Centenary at Houston 20 (Tuesday) DePaul at TCU Marquette at Charlotte Memphis at Tulane USF at UAB 21 (Wednesday) Cincinnati at Louisville 24 (Saturday) Cincinnati at Southern Miss DePaul at Marquette East Carolina at Saint Louis Houston at Memphis Savannah State at Tulane UAB at Charlotte 25 (Sunday) Louisville at Tennessee 27 (Tuesday) USF at Memphis 28 (Wednesday) East Carolina at Cincinnati Houston at Louisville Saint Louis at Charlotte Southern Miss at TCU Tulane at UAB 31 (Saturday) Charlotte at Cincinnati DePaul at East Carolina Houston at USF Marquette at Louisville Memphis at TCU Saint Louis at UAB Southern Miss at Tulane FEBRUARY 3 (Tuesday) Cincinnati in Skyline Chili Crosstown Shootout Cincinnati at Xavier East Carolina at USF Southern Miss at Houston TCU at Marquette Tulane at DePaul 4 (Wednesday) Louisville at Memphis 7 (Saturday) Charlotte at East Carolina Cincinnati at Houston Marquette at DePaul Saint Louis at Memphis USF at Tulane UAB at Louisville 9 (Monday) TCU at USF 11 (Wednesday) DePaul at Saint Louis Houston at Tulane Memphis at East Carolina USF at Cincinnati UAB at Southern Miss 12 (Thursday) Louisville at Charlotte

14 (Wednesday) Cincinnati at Marquette

13 (Friday) Southern Miss at USF

15 (Thursday) Louisville at East Carolina

14 (Saturday) Charlotte at Saint Louis DePaul at Houston East Carolina at UAB TCU at Tulane Memphis at Marquette

16 (Friday) Marquette vs. Southern Miss (Green Bay, Wis.) 17 (Saturday) Charlotte at Memphis East Carolina at Houston Marquette at Southern Miss USF at Saint Louis TCU at Cincinnati Tulane at Louisville UAB at DePaul

15 (Sunday) Cincinnati at Wake Forest 17 (Tuesday) Louisville at TCU 18 (Wednesday) Cincinnati at UAB Houston at Southern Miss

Memphis Basketball★99

Marquette at Saint Louis USF at Charlotte Tulane at East Carolina 21 (Saturday) Charlotte at Southern Miss Louisville at Cincinnati Saint Louis at DePaul USF at Houston TCU at East Carolina Tulane at Marquette UAB at Memphis 24 (Tuesday) Southern Miss at Memphis 25 (Wednesday) Charlotte at TCU DePaul at Louisville Saint Louis at Cincinnati UAB at Tulane 26 (Thursday) Marquette at USF 28 (Saturday) Cincinnati at Charlotte Houston at TCU Marquette at UAB Memphis at Louisville Saint Louis at Tulane USF at East Carolina Southern Miss at DePaul 3 (Wednesday) Charlotte at Houston East Carolina at Marquette Louisville at Saint Louis TCU at Memphis Tulane at Southern Miss UAB at USF 4 (Thursday) Cincinnati at DePaul 5 (Friday) Houston at Saint Louis 6 (Saturday) DePaul at South Florida East Carolina at Southern Miss Louisville at Marquette Memphis at Cincinnati TCU at UAB Tulane at Charlotte Wednesday-Saturday, March 10-13 Conference USA Tournament, Cincinnati, Ohio


POSTSEASON

2004 Opening Round UD Arena Dayton, Ohio

Dayton, host March 16, 2004

2004 1st/2nd Round Sites HSBC Arena

TD Waterhouse Centre Orlando, Fla.

Stetson, host March 19 & 21, 2004

RBC Center Raleigh, N.C.

N.C. State, host March 18 & 20, 2004

Key Arena Seattle, Wash.

Washington, host March 18 & 20, 2004

Buffalo, N.Y.

Canisius, Niagra & MAAC, trihosts March 18 & 20, 2004

Nationwide Arena Columbus, Ohio

Ohio State, host March 19 & 21, 2004

Continental Airlines Arena East Rutherford, N.J.

Rutgers, host March 25 & 27, 2004

Pepsi Center

Georgia Dome Atlanta, Ga.

Georgia Tech, host March 26 & 28, 2004

Denver, Colo.

Colorado State & MWC, cohosts March 18 & 20, 2004

Kemper Arena Kansas City, Mo.

Big 12 Conference, host March 19 & 21, 2004

Edward Jones Dome St. Louis, Mo.

MVC, host March 26 & 28, 2004

Bradley Center Milwaukee, Wis.

Marquette, host March 19 & 21, 2004

America West Arena Phoenix, Ariz.

Arizaona State, host March 25 & 27, 2004

2004 Regional Sites Sites

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2004 Final Four Alamodome Texas-San Antonio, host San Antonio, Texas April 3 & 5, 2004

2005 Final Four Edward Jones Dome Missouri Valley Conference, host St. Louis, Mo. April 2 & 4, 2005

2006 Final Four RCA Dome Butler & Horizon League, cohosts Indianapolis, Ind. April 1 & 3, 2006

2007 Final Four Georgia Dome Georgia Tech, host Atlanta, Ga. March 31 & April 2, 2007


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2002-03 REVIEW 2002-03 RESULTS 2002-03 STATISTICS GAME BY GAME STATISTICS MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS TEAM SUPERLATIVES REVIEW & BOX SCORES 2002 SENIOR CLASS


D ANCE C ARD P UNCHED

TOP 10 VICTORIES, NCAA BID HIGHLIGHT ’03 Tigers At Large The University of Memphis returned to the NCAA Tournament after a seven-year absence in 2003. The Tigers received an at large bid and a No. 7 seed. The squad was slotted in what many experts said was the most difficult region in the tournament, the West. Arizona State freshman Ike Diogu scored 22 points while Curtis Millage scored 17 and had nine assists as Arizona State posted an 84-71 win against Memphis in a game played in Oklahoma City’s sparkling new Ford Center. Memphis took a 33-32 lead into the locker room at halftime but ASU would shoot 69.6 percent from the field in the second half. For the game the Sun Devils would shoot 52.5 percent, a season high for a U of M opponent during the season.

Memphis senior center Chris Massie scored 20 points and had 13 rebounds to finish with his 16th double-double of the year and the 27th of his career.

Hot Start With Memphis’s win over Villanova, the Tigers wrapped up their fourth-best nonconference, regular-season record since joining the Missouri Valley Conference in the late 1960s. Memphis was 9-2 in nonleague games during the 2002-03 season. The U of M opened the year with a 70-63 win over eventual NCAA champion Syracuse at the AT&T Wireless Coaches

vs. Cancer Classic played in New York’s Madison Square Garden. After missing the 2001-02 season, senior John Grice scored 17 points, going 6-of-10 from the field and knocking down 5-of-7 threepointers. Freshman guard Jeremy Hunt debuted with a 19-point, seven-rebound effort and also had seven assists.

DNP Bug Memphis survived most of the first half of the season without having a full compliment of players. In fact, for an 81-80 overtime loss to Austin Peay State which followed the Syracuse win, Memphis had just six, recruited scholarship players. Both Chris Massie and Billy Richmond were ineligible early on as was Antonio Burks. Hunt was sidelined following the Syracuse game because of a broken foot and Modibo Diarra missed the Austin Peay game returning to Mali for the funeral of his father. The Tigers would get a hardfought 58-51 win over Ole Miss then with everyone back in the fold, defeated No. 7 Illinois 77-74. Massie made his senior season debut against the Illini, scoring 13 points and pulling down 12 rebounds in just 17 minutes of play. The win ended a 14-game streak of losses against teams ranked in the Associated Press Top 25 poll.

A New Year The Tigers traveled over the New Year’s holiday and on Jan. 2, 2003 defeated Arkansas for the first time in Fayetteville. The U of M lost its first five played in Northwest Arkansas including all four of its previous games played in Bud Walton Arena. The Arkansas game featured 14 lead changes and 11 ties, including nine ties in the second period. Prior to Earl Barron’s two free throws with 21.8 second to play to put the Tigers up 68-67, Memphis’s last lead came on a three-point play by Billy Richmond

to give the Tigers a 51-50 lead with 9:01 remaining. The next week in a 72-68 win over Villanova in a game played on CBS, Richmond scored 23 points and gave the Tigers the lead for good with 12.6 seconds to play on a leaning, baseline jumper.

A Little Run Memphis stretched out a 12game winning streak over the second half of the season, winning 11 straight Conference USA regularseason games as well as a 62-56 win over South Florida at the CUSA Tournament played in Louisville. The win streak was the longest by a Memphis team under thirdyear coach John Calipari. The Tigers won their first 10 Conference USA games in 2002 and won eight straight at one point of the 200001 season. During the 2002-03 streak, Memphis won six of the 12 on the road. Three of the road wins came in definitive hostile environments as Tulane, Louisville and South Florida were a combined 42-5 (.894) this season in games played against opponents other than Memphis. Memphis’s average margin of victory was +14.3 points during the streak which also saw the Tigers average 18.3 assists, 7.4 steals and 4.9 blocks.

Divisional Title Memphis was in the hunt for a Conference USA title until the final day of the regular season for a second straight year. Cincinnati defeated the Tigers 80-75 in overtime on senior day 2002 in the Shoemaker Center to win the league title outright. This year Memphis headed into the final day of the regular season trailing C-USA champion Marquette by one game. The two divisional leaders had not met during the regular season and both would win their final game as the Golden Eagles won the regular-season title just one game ahead of the U of M.

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2002-03 REVIEW Memphis would win the National Division by five games after winning the 2002 divisional title by three games.

20something Third-year coach John Calipari took over a University of Memphis program which had endured consecutive losing seasons but has now recorded three-straight, 20win campaigns. During Calipari’s tenure Memphis has won an NIT title, advanced to the NIT semifinals twice and, in his third year at the U of M, the Tigers were back in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1996.

Triple Threat It came from different players at different times but perimeter shooting was a factor in several games this season. The Tigers set school records for three-pointers made (210) and most attempts (610) while shooting the fifth best percentage since the three-point field goal was implemented prior to the 1986-87 season. Memphis made 11 or more three-pointers five times during the year including a season-high 14 triples against Southern Miss Feb. 1, 2003. The school record for three-pointers is 15 set against Howard Jan. 3, 2001.

Grice & The Three Senior John Grice led the Tigers with 60 three-pointers made

(164 attempts) and shot 36.6 percent from behind the arc. Grice’s three-point shooting against Louisville at the 2003 Kelly Tires Conference USA Tournament helped the Tigers get back into the game after the U of M trailed by as many as 16 in the first half. The Memphis native scored a careerhigh 29 points on 8-of-13 shooting including a career-high 29 points on 8-of-13 shooting, including a career-high six three-pointers against the Cardinals. It was the third-highest single-game total in Conference USA history. Grice’s 60 three-pointers marked the sixth most in school history behind Dajuan Wagner’s 66 a year earlier.

Defensive Effort Hard-nosed defense and strong rebounding have always been characteristics which personify Calipari-coached teams. That was the case during the 200203 season. The U of M held opponents to 40.6 percent shooting during the year which ranked third in Conference USA as did the Tigers’ +4.1 rebounding margin. Memphis led Conference USA in rebounds per game, averaging 40.1 boards and also led the league in blocked shot with a 5.06 per-game average. During the Tigers’ 12-game winning streak, opponents shot just 37 percent from the field and 30.1 percent from three-point range.

In its final home game of the year, Memphis held Cincinnati to 24.6 percent shooting from the field in a 67-48 win. The Bearcats shot just 15.4 percent from the field in the second period. UC’s shooting percentage against Memphis was a season low for the Bearcats. Earlier in the same week, TCU shot 26.7 percent from the field in the first half and 34.9 percent for the game as Memphis defeated the Horned Frogs 88-64.

Down To The Wire It came down to his final career game but with eight points in the Tigers’ NCAA Tournament game against Arizona State, University of Memphis senior center Earl Barron became the 37th player at the U of M to score 1,000 career points. Barron headed to Oklahoma City needing just six points to scale the plateau. He would go 2-for-6 from the field and knocked down 4-of-5 free throws against ASU. After back-to-back, two-point games against TCU and Cincinnati, the 7-footer still needed 32 points to reach 1,00. He scored eight points and had 11 rebounds in a road win at Houston and closed out the regular season with a six-point day at UAB, knocking down 3-of4 shots in 13 minutes of play. At the 2003 Kelly Tires Conference USA Tournament he scored five points and had seven rebound in the Tigers’ 62-56 win over South Florida. In the semifinals against

Louisville he was held to 0-for-7 shooting but knocked down 7-of8 free throws and had eight rebounds along with two blocks. Barron missed four games with a high ankle sprain but still moved in a three-way tie for fourth in career games played (128) with Tony Madlock and Keith Lee.

Postseason Honors After regaining his eligibility in December, University of Memphis senior forward Chris Massie made quite a splash in his return to the Tigers. Massie would be named AllConference USA first team after averaging 16. 7 points (seventh in the league) and 10.8 rebounds (second). He led C-USA in field goal percentage, shooting a strong 60.2 percent during the year. Massie began Conference USA play with a 34-point, 16-rebound effort against Tulane in early January. The Tigers won their first five games with him in the lineup starting with the victory over seventhranked Illinois. In addition to Massie, junior point guard Antonio Burks also received post-season honors being named third-team all-Conference USA. Burks averaged 9.7 points, 5.6 assists, 2.0 rebounds and 1.4 steals for the year. During the year he recorded four points/assists double-doubles to lead Conference USA.

In addition to Chris Massie who is featured on Page 101, Memphis’s 2003 senior class consisted of (from left to right) Earl Barron, John Grice and Nathaniel Root.

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2002-03 RESULTS RECORD SUMMARY All Games Conference USA Games Nonconference Games

OVERALL 23-7 13-3 10-4

HOME 14-2 7-1 7-1

AWAY 7-3 6-2 1-1

DATE Nov. 14 Nov. 22

OPPONENT ^vs Syracuse AUSTIN PEAY STATE

SCORE W, 70-63 L, 81-80 ot

HIGH SCORER Jeremy Hunt (19) Earl Barron (26)

Nov. 25 Dec. 3 Dec. 7 Dec. 14 Dec. 19

ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF UALR FURMAN at Missouri OLE MISS

W, 78-54 W, 73-49 W, 72-55 L, 93-78 W, 58-51

Dec. 28

ILLINOIS

W, 77-74

Dec. 30 Jan. 2

MURRAY STATE at Arkansas

W, 67-60 W, 72-67

Earl Barron (18) John Grice (21) John Grice (16) Billy Richmond (22) Anthony Rice (14) Billy Richmond (14) Anthony Rice (16) John Grice (16) Chris Massie (19) Billy Richmond (16)

Jan. 5

VILLANOVA

W, 72-68

Chris Massie (23)

Jan. 7 Jan. 11 Jan. 18 Jan. 22 Jan. 25

*TULANE *at Southern Miss *SOUTH FLORIDA *HOUSTON *at Saint Louis

W, 85-73 L, 84-67 L, 75-74 W, 77-66 L, 69-66

Chris Massie (34) Chris Massie (19) Chris Massie (22) Chris Massie (22) Jeremy Hunt (18)

Feb. 1 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 19

*SOUTHERN MISS *EAST CAROLINA *at TCU *at Tulane *UAB *at Louisville

W, 80-62 W, 73-49 W, 84-69 W, 58-57 W, 94-70 W, 80-73

John Grice (17) Rodney Carney (22) John Grice (20) Chris Massie (16) Antonio Burks (27) Antonio Burks (16)

Feb. 22 Feb. 26 Mar. 1 Mar. 6 Mar. 8 Mar. 13

*at South Florida *TCU *CINCINNATI *at Houston *at UAB #vs South Florida

W, 73-66 W, 88-64 W, 67-48 W, 71-56 W, 90-79 W, 62-56

Mar. 14

#at Louisville

L, 78-75

John Grice (16) Chris Massie (24) Chris Massie (23) John Grice (15) Chris Massie (27) Chris Massie (18) Rodney Carney (18) John Grice (29)

Mar. 20

+vs Arizona State

L, 84-71

Chris Massie (20)

^ * # +

NETURAL 2-2 2-2

HIGH REBOUNDER Rodney Carney (9) Earl Barron (10) Rodney Carney (10) John Grice (10) Rodney Carney (11) Duane Erwin (10) John Grice (11) Duane Erwin (10)

ATTENDANCE 8,826 16,580

RECORD 1-0 1-1

14,801 14,994 14,991 12,042 18,230

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

Chris Massie (12)

19,268

6-2

Chris Massie (12) John Grice (7) Chris Massie (7) Chris Massie (11) John Grice (11) Chris Massie (16) Billy Richmond (10) Chris Massie (14) Chris Massie (16) Rodney Carney (5) Chris Massie (5) Earl Barron (5) Earl Barron (10) Chris Massie (16) Chris Massie (11) Chris Massie (12) Chris Massie (12) Earl Barron (11) Chris Massie (11) John Grice (11) Chris Massie (11) Chris Massie (8) Earl Barron (11) Chris Massie (11) Chris Massie (11)

15,601 17,184

7-2 8-2

18,350

9-2

16,167 4,984 15,871 15,142 9,181

10-2/1-0 10-3/1-1 10-4/1-2 11-4/2-2 11-5/2-3

16,351 16,006 6,041 3,155 17,166 19,786

12-5/3-3 13-5/4-3 14-5/5-3 15-5/6-3 16-5/7-3 17-5/8-3

5,808 16,179 20,586 3,542 5,498 15,123

18-5/9-3 19-5/10-3 20-5/11-3 21-5/12-3 22-5/13-3 23-5

18,355

23-6

18,462

23-7

Earl Barron (8) Chris Massie (8) Chris Massie (13)

Denotes AT&T Wireless Coaches vs. Cancer Classic Denotes Conference USA Game Denotes 2003 Kelly Tires Conference USA Tournament, Louisville, Ky. Denotes NCAA First & Second Rounds, Oklahoma City, Okla.

ATTENDANCE SUMMARY Home Away Neutral Totals

GAMES 16 10 4 30

TOTALS 266,283 87,221 60,766 414,270

AVG/GAME 16,643 8,722 15,192 13,809

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2002-03 ST ATISTICS SEASON STATISTICS Player Chris Massie John Grice Rodney Carney Antonio Burks Jeremy Hunt Anthony Rice Billy Richmond Earl Barron Duane Erwin Clyde Wade Nathaniel Root Modibo Diarra Brian Mitchell Almamy Thiero Garrick Green Patrick Byrne Team Total Opponents

GP-GS 23-22 30-15 30-26 25-17 20-7 30-29 21-6 26-15 30-9 25-1 12-2 15-1 4-0 2-0 4-0 2-0

Min/Avg 688/29.9 825/27.5 759/25.3 670/26.8 444/22.2 879/29.3 449/21.4 555/21.3 386/12.9 185/7.4 77/6.4 101/6.7 2/0.5 2/1.0 2/0.5 1/0.5

Total FG-A 151-251 108-269 102-238 98-205 53-150 95-250 65-162 65-166 26-49 13-36 5-19 6-12 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1

30 30

6025 6025

787-1809 .435 210-610 .344 706-1738 .406 177-546 .324

Score By Periods Memphis Opponents

1st 2nd 1078 1143 915 1066

Deadball Rebounds Memphis Opponents

OFF 107 94

OT 11 12 -

Pct .602 .401 .429 .478 .353 .380 .401 .392 .531 .361 .263 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000

3-Point FG-A Pct 0-1 .000 60-164 .366 47-130 .362 2-7 .286 32-92 .348 56-153 .366 6-26 .231 1-10 .100 0-0 .000 2-12 .167 4-14 .286 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000

FT-FTA 82-126 70-91 43-67 45-63 49-82 18-30 43-90 74-91 11-25 8-12 2-2 3-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Pct .651 .769 .642 .714 .598 .600 .478 .813 .440 .667 1.000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000

448-685 .654 404-623 .648

Rebounds Off-Def Tot Avg 96-153 249 10.8 60-128 188 6.3 41-103 144 4.8 4-47 51 2.0 12-38 50 2.5 33-52 85 2.8 26-47 73 3.5 60-82 142 5.5 35-55 90 3.0 2-12 14 0.6 3-8 11 0.9 11-14 25 1.7 0-0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0.0 45-36 81 2.7 428-775 1203 40.1 367-712 1079 36.0

PF-FO 64-2 62-0 61-0 49-2 43-2 58-0 44-1 85-4 53-2 15-0 5-0 21-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 1 563-13 598

Ast 35 46 34 140 49 71 38 22 15 30 10 3 0 0 0 0

TO 62 53 38 53 49 42 30 29 19 22 7 3 0 0 0 1 4 493 412 404 446

Blk 12 6 46 4 4 8 5 27 37 0 0 3 0 0 0 0

Rebounds Off-Def Tot Avg 71-104 175 10.9 3-39 42 3.0 33-56 89 5.6 15-53 68 4.3 9-15 24 1.7 15-25 40 2.5 11-28 39 3.3 20-46 66 5.5 12-23 35 2.2 1-6 7 0.5 1-8 9 1.0 0-0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0.0 0-0 0 0.0 19-17 36 2.3 210-420 630 39.4 188-379 567 35.4

PF-FO 43-0 24-0 35-0 32-0 28-1 33-0 24-1 32-0 28-0 11-0 10-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0 301-2 288

Ast 31 90 21 14 31 39 23 9 10 16 2 2 0 0

Blk 11 3 2 17 4 3 2 13 21 0 1 0 0 0

Stl 13 22 15 9 15 15 13 3 8 7 1 0 0 0

77 47

121 1227/76.7 114 1060/66.2

Stl 14 30 23 34 19 21 25 8 17 16 6 3 0 0 0 0

Pts/Avg 384/16.7 346/11.5 294/9.8 243/9.7 187/9.4 264/8.8 179/8.5 205/7.9 63/2.1 36/1.4 16/1.3 15/1.0 0/0.0 0/0.0 0/0.0 0/0.0

152 216 2232/74.4 96 218 1993/66.4

Total 2232 1993

DEF 15 12

Total 122 106

CONFERENCE USA STATISTICS Player Chris Massie Antonio Burks John Grice Rodney Carney Jeremy Hunt Anthony Rice Billy Richmond Earl Barron Duane Erwin Clyde Wade Modibo Diarra Nathaniel Root Garrick Green Brian Mitchell Team Total Opponents

GP-GS 16-15 14-12 16-4 16-14 14-4 16-15 12-1 12-7 16-7 13-0 9-0 7-1 3-0 3-0

Min/Avg 493/30.8 431/30.8 371/23.2 376/23.5 295/21.1 447/27.9 230/19.2 217/18.1 194/12.1 92/7.1 44/4.9 8/1.1 1/0.3 1/0.3

Total FG-A 112-186 70-137 53-131 50-116 39-100 48-130 32-78 20-49 12-21 6-18 3-5 1-6 0-0 0-0

16 16

3200 3200

446-977 .457 128-349 .367 366-915 .400 94-283 .332

Score By Periods Memphis Opponents

1st 607 468

2nd 620 592

OT -

Pct .602 .511 .405 .431 .390 .369 .410 .408 .571 .333 .600 .167 .000 .000

3-Point FG-A Pct 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 31-81 .383 32-84 .381 21-58 .362 35-91 .385 5-15 .333 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 1-6 .167 0-0 .000 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

FT-FTA 58-83 28-40 29-36 20-30 28-46 9-15 8-28 19-21 4-7 3-7 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0

Pct .699 .700 .806 .667 .609 .600 .286 .905 .571 .429 .250 .000 .000 .000

207-317 .653 234-352 .665

Total 1227 1060

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TO 48 27 17 15 32 16 17 9 12 8 1 2 0 0 4 288 208 208 226

Pts/Avg 282/17.6 169/12.1 166/10.4 152/9.5 127/9.1 140/8.8 77/6.4 60/5.0 28/1.8 16/1.2 7/0.8 3/0.4 0/0.0 0/0.0


2002-03 GAME BY GAME GAME BY GAME STATISTICS Date

Team

Backcourt

Frontcourt

Bench

Nov. 14

Memphis Syracuse

70 63

43-27 34-29

26-62 24-67

.419 .358

8-20 6-24

.400 10-19 .526 15 28 .250 9-20 .450 20 25

43 45

18-0 16-1

16 13 7 12

4 6

4 8

29 20

37 33

4 10

Nov. 22

Austin Peay Memphis

81 80

39-30-12 37-32-11

29-70 24-62

.414 .387

11-24 8-19

.458 12-17 .706 13 27 .421 24-34 .706 13 31

40 44

27-2 17-1

19 13 17 14

5 7

6 4

32 17

36 57

13 6

Nov. 25

UA-Pine Bluff Memphis UA-Little Rock Memphis Furman Memphis

54 78 49 73 55 72

24-30 34-44 20-29 35-38 29-26 34-38

20-55 25-58 19-64 29-59 25-53 30-59

.364 .431 .297 .492 .472 .508

7-19 4-17 6-24 8-17 2-9 4-18

.368 7-11 .636 14 17 .235 24-34 .706 20 22 .250 5-10 .500 14 21 .471 7-12 .583 11 31 .222 3-10 .300 9 17 .222 8-11 .727 12 24

31 42 35 42 26 36

25-5 16-2 14-0 15-0 13-0 14-0

14 19 16 21 16 18

2 10 2 11 1 3

12 14 4 5 10 12

18 19 17 32 20 17

20 46 12 37 20 45

16 13 20 4 25 10

Dec. 14

Memphis Missouri

78 93

36-42 44-49

29-79 32-66

.367 .485

3-21 7-19

.143 17-27 .630 28 20 .368 22-28 .786 18 28

48 46

27-3 23-0

15 12 19 16

4 4

10 7

25 38

27 26

26 29

Dec. 19

Mississippi Memphis Illinois Memphis

51 58 74 77

24-27 30-28 37-37 31-46

19-49 23-61 23-59 25-63

.388 .377 .390 .397

3-11 2-9 11-31 10-23

.273 .222 .355 .435

25 23 29 31

38 39 37 42

21-0 18-0 24-0 19

12 12 16 18

19 12 11 11

7 9 8 3

6 10 5 5

2 28 27 37

30 16 30 29

19 14 17 11

Dec. 30

Murray State Memphis

60 67

36-24 36-31

24-67 21-50

.358 .420

4-24 3-20

.167 8-12 .667 17 27 .150 22-38 .579 11 28

44 39

26 14

14 14 13 8

1 4

4 8

19 21

19 32

22 14

Jan. 2

Memphis Arkansas

72 67

26-46 27-40

23-50 23-47

.460 .489

6-13 7-15

.462 20-30 .667 14 23 .467 14-20 .700 5 17

37 22

15-1 25-1

11 15 8 13

6 2

4 10

25 23

27 21

20 23

Jan. 5

Villanova Memphis Tulane Memphis

68 72 73 85

35-33 39-33 31-42 48-37

27-54 24-56 29-67 34-69

.500 .429 .433 .493

7-17 3-11 4-13 3-15

.412 7-10 .700 6 .273 21-30 .700 17 .308 11-21 .524 12 .200 14-21 .667 21

23 22 17 31

29 39 29 52

28-1 18-0 19-1 19-0

16 12 15 26

3 0 3 4

10 11 11 6

31 24 36 19

11 35 27 52

26 13 10 14

Jan. 11

Memphis Southern Miss

67 84

35-32 29-55

29-63 30-63

.460 .476

2-21 3-11

.095 7-20 .350 13 24 .273 21-24 .875 11 30

37 41

18-0 17-0

8 13 16 11

11 2

8 4

18 12

40 40

9 32

Jan. 18

South Florida Memphis Houston Memphis Memphis Saint Louis

75 74 66 77 66 69

30-45 33-41 32-34 41-36 29-37 33-36

27-60 26-68 25-55 26-55 23-50 22-42

.450 .382 .455 .473 .460 .524

8-18 6-21 6-16 9-19 9-18 5-11

.444 .286 .375 .474 .500 .455

24 21 22 26 19 22

42 41 31 39 24 28

18-1 17-0 21-0 18-0 23-0 15-0

15 17 13 19 12 11

18 13 14 15 13 10

6 2 4 3 1 3

8 9 10 6 6 6

37 23 36 12 29 35

38 35 24 38 24 17

0 16 6 27 13 17

Feb. 1

Southern Miss Memphis

62 80

30-32 40-40

22-53 33-66

.415 .500

8-18 14-24

.444 10-13 .769 8 22 .583 0-1 .000 11 24

30 35

8-0 12-0

13 17 26 13

1 4

8 10

14 25

37 29

11 26

Feb. 4

East Carolina Memphis Memphis TCU Memphis Tulane

49 73 84 69 58 57

27-22 39-34 46-38 33-36 34-24 26-31

19-64 26-63 28-58 18-42 23-63 22-52

.297 .413 .483 .429 .365 .423

6-15 11-28 11-31 10-19 6-22 5-13

.400 5-11 .455 19 .393 10-13 .769 12 .353 17-24 .708 13 .526 23-33 .697 7 .273 6-10 .600 17 .385 8-15 .533 13

24 28 22 22 23 25

43 40 35 29 40 38

16-1 14-0 23-1 19-0 17-0 10-0

12 20 18 14 17 14

15 9 14 19 11 16

2 6 7 1 5 8

5 6 10 5 10 7

9 19 24 25 9 24

20 32 37 31 30 18

20 22 23 13 19 15

Feb. 15

UAB Memphis

70 94

31-39 39-55

23-66 36-61

.382 .590

7-26 12-25

.269 17-26 .654 12 23 .480 10-18 .556 6 32

35 38

22-0 20-0

15 17 19 22

0 6

13 9

24 39

19 27

27 28

Feb. 19

Memphis Louisville Memphis South Florida

80 73 73 66

35-45 31-42 32-41 24-42

23-53 19-53 21-66 23-59

.434 .358 .318 .390

3-9 5-23 8-27 5-21

.333 .217 .296 .238

27 21 32 33

47 31 45 44

27-1 34-4 20-0 23-0

11 15 11 13 14 9 14 18

3 6 0 2

4 5 11 6

23 24 19 17

26 34 13 38

31 15 41 21

Feb. 26

TCU Memphis

64 88

25-39 49-39

22-63 34-72

.349 .472

6-24 11-29

.250 14-20 .700 14 25 .379 9-13 .692 15 29

39 44

15-0 19-0

14 18 24 12

1 4

7 11

28 19

27 32

9 39

Mar. 1

Cincinnati Memphis

48 67

29-19 27-40

15-61 23-52

.246 .442

5-20 5-17

.250 13-16 .813 14 25 .294 16-25 .640 11 30

39 41

20-0 18-0

9 15

4 11

2 2

13 12

13 25

22 30

Mar. 6

Memphis Houston Memphis UAB

71 56 90 71

35-36 26-30 45-45 31-48

29-67 22-52 32-51 28-63

.433 .423 .627 .444

9-26 4-12 9-17 7-23

.346 4-7 .571 .333 8-17 .471 .529 17-26 .654 .304 16-25 .640

27 25 25 19

42 34 30 34

18-0 11-0 18-0 20-1

20 8 11 14 22 15 11 11

8 3 2 1

7 5 6 12

22 19 24 30

26 26 43 24

23 11 23 25

Mar. 13

South Florida Memphis

56 62

30-26 30-32

21-59 19-53

.356 .358

1-15 7-22

.067 13-26 .500 16 22 .318 17-27 .630 18 25

38 43

20-1 21-0

8 9 14 15

2 3

11 3

24 9

28 41

4 12

Mar. 14

Louisville Memphis Arizona State Memphis

78 75 84 71

36-42 27-48 32-52 33-38

23-54 18-51 31-59 25-69

.426 .353 .525 .362

5-17 9-23 6-14 7-28

.294 .391 .429 .250

44 37 37 42

29-1 32-2 19-2 18-1

13 12 8 11 18 9 11 12

2 6 4 5

4 3 7 2

14 15 23 23

24 12 49 28

40 48 12 20

Dec. 3 Dec. 7

Dec. 28

Jan. 7

Jan. 22 Jan. 25

Feb. 8 Feb. 13

Feb. 22

Mar. 8

Mar. 20

Score

1st-2nd FG-FGA Pct.

3PT-A Pct. FT-A Pct. O

10-17 10-15 17-24 17-28

13-21 16-23 10-18 16-27 11-14 20-32

31-48 30-36 23-27 15-24

27-44 30-42 16-22 14-21

.588 .667 .708 .607

.619 .690 .556 .593 .786 .625

.646 .833 .852 .625

.614 .714 .727 .667

13 16 8 11

18 20 9 13 5 6

20 10 13 11

15 9 5 15

17 12 10 20

D

27 25 27 22

Tot. Pf-Dq A TO

28 21 18 17 23 21

23 22 10 18

5 8

Memphis Basketball★107

BL ST


MISCELLANEOUS ST ATISTICS MEMPHIS NUMBERS

MEMPHIS RECORD WHEN ... When Playing At Home ..................................................................... 14-2 When Playing On The Road ................................................................ 7-4 When Playing On a Neutral Court ........................................................ 2-1 When Wearing White ........................................................................ 15-4 When Wearing Blue ............................................................................ 8-3 Controlling the Tip ............................................................................. 13-3 Scoring First ...................................................................................... 14-2 Leading at Half .................................................................................. 18-3 Trailing at Half ..................................................................................... 3-4 Tied at Half ......................................................................................... 2-0 Leading with 5:00 Left ....................................................................... 20-0 Trailing with 5:00 Left .......................................................................... 3-7 Tied with 5:00 Left ............................................................................... 0-0 In Overtime ......................................................................................... 0-1 When Memphis Outrebounds Opponent ............................................ 19-3 When Memphis is Outrebounded ........................................................ 4-4 When Rebounds are the same ............................................................ 0-0 When Memphis Commits More Turnovers ........................................... 9-4 When Opponent Commits More Turnovers ........................................ 13-3 When Turnovers are the same ............................................................ 1-0 When Memphis Has More Assists ..................................................... 18-2 When Opponent Has More Assists ...................................................... 2-5 When Assists are the same ................................................................. 3-0 When Memphis Has More Free Throw Attempts ................................ 13-2 When Opponent Has More Free Throw Attempts ................................. 8-5 When Free Throws Attempts are the same .......................................... 2-0 When Memphis Shoots Better Than 80% From the Line ...................... 1-0 When Memphis Shoots Less Than 80% From the Line ...................... 22-7 When Opponent Shoots Better Than 80% From the Line ..................... 1-1 When Opponent Shoots Less Than 80% From the Line ..................... 22-6 When Memphis Shoots 50 Percent or Better ....................................... 4-0 When Memphis Shoots Less Than 50 Percent ................................... 20-6 When Opponent Shoots 50 Percent or Better ...................................... 1-2 When Opponent Shoots Less Than 50 Percent ................................. 22-5 When Memphis Shoots Better Than Opponent .................................. 12-0 When Memphis Bench Outscores Opponent ..................................... 12-2 When Opponent Bench Outscores Memphis ..................................... 10-4 Memphis Field Goal Percentage at Home ................... Memphis Field Goal Percentage on the Road ............. Memphis Field Goal Percentage on Neutral Courts ..... Memphis 3PT FG Percentage at Home ...................... Memphis 3PT FG Percentage on the Road ................. Memphis 3PT FG Percentage on Neutral Courts ........ Memphis Free Throw Percentage at Home ................. Memphis Free Throw Percentage on the Road ........... Memphis Free Throw Percentage on Neutral Courts ...

439-974 ......... .451 260-600 ......... .433 70-184 ........... .380 113-312 ......... .362 60-205 ........... .322 22-70 ............. .314 224-343 ......... .653 153-233 ......... .657 41-67 ............. .612

When Memphis Scores Less Than 70 ................................................. 5-2 When Memphis Scores Between 70-79 ............................................. 12-4 When Memphis Scores Between 80-89 ............................................... 4-1 When Memphis Scores Between 90-99 ............................................... 2-0 When Memphis Scores 100+ .............................................................. 0-0 When Opponent Scores Less Than 70 .............................................. 18-1 When Opponent Scores Between 70-79 .............................................. 5-2 When Opponent Scores Between 80-89 .............................................. 0-3 When Opponent Scores 90+ ............................................................... 0-1 When Opponent Scores 100+ ............................................................. 0-0 On CBS .............................................................................................. On ESPN ............................................................................................ On ESPN2 .......................................................................................... On ESPN+ .......................................................................................... On Fox Sports South ........................................................................... On WLMT-TV ......................................................................................

1-1 3-0 5-1 4-1 1-0 9-4

Starting Lineups (Record) 1. F - Carney, F - Erwin, C - Massie, G - Burks, G - Rice (6-1) 2. F - Carney, F - Barron, C Massie, G - Burks, G - Rice (3-1) 3. F - Grice, C - Massie, G - Hunt, G - Richmond, G - Rice (2-0) 4. F - Carney, F - Grice, C - Massie, G - Richmond, G - Rice (2-0) 5. F - Carney, F - Barron, C Massie, G - Hunt, G - Rice (2-1) 6. F - Carney, F - Grice, C - Barron, G - Hunt, G - Rice (1-0) 7. F - Carney, F - Erwin, C - Barron, G - Grice, G - Rice (1-0) 8. F - Carney, F - Grice, C - Barron, G - Wade, G - Rice (1-0) 9. F - Carney, F - Grice, C - Diarra, G - Richmond, G - Rice (1-0) 10. F - Carney, F - Grice, C - Massie, G - Burks, G - Rice (1-0) 11. F - Carney, F - Erwin, C - Barron, G - Burks, G - Rice (1-0) 12. F - Massie, F - Grice, C - Barron, G - Burks, G - Root (1-0) 13. F - Carney, F - Grice, C - Barron, G - Burks, G - Rice (1-1) 14. F - Grice, C - Massie, G - Burks, G - Richmond, G - Rice (0-1) 15. F - Carney, F - Grice, C - Barron, G-Root, G - Rice (0-1) 16. F - Carney, F - Grice, C - Massie, G - Hunt, G - Rice (0-1) Games Led UM in Scoring* Massie ...................................... 12 Grice .......................................... 8 Hunt ........................................... 3 Richmond ................................... 3 Barron ........................................ 2 Burks .......................................... 2 Carney ........................................ 2 Rice ............................................ 1 Games Led UM in Rebounding* Massie ...................................... 19 Barron ........................................ 6 Grice .......................................... 5 Carney ........................................ 3 Massie ........................................ 2 Richmond ................................... 1 Games Led UM in Assists* Burks ........................................ 19 Hunt ........................................... 4 Grice .......................................... 3 Rice ............................................ 3 Massie ........................................ 1 Richmond ................................... 1 Wade .......................................... 1 *Includes games when 2 or more tied for team lead) Double Figure Scoring Games Massie ...................................... 20 Grice ........................................ 17 Carney ...................................... 16 Burks ........................................ 14

108★Memphis Basketball

Rice .......................................... 14 Hunt ......................................... 11 Richmond ................................. 10 Barron ........................................ 6 Erwin .......................................... 2 Root ........................................... 1 Wade .......................................... 1 Total ..................................... 112 20-Point Games Massie ........................................ 8 Grice .......................................... 3 Richmond ................................... 2 Barron ........................................ 1 Burks .......................................... 1 Carney ........................................ 1 Total ....................................... 16 Double Figure Rebound Games Massie ...................................... 16 Grice .......................................... 5 Barron ........................................ 4 Carney ........................................ 2 Erwin .......................................... 2 Richmond ................................... 1 Total ....................................... 30 Double-Doubles Massie ...................................... 16 Burks (points/assists) ................. 4 Grice .......................................... 3 Carney ........................................ 2 Barron ........................................ 1 Richmond ................................... 1 Total ....................................... 27 Second Chance Points Massie ...................................... 90 Grice ........................................ 56 Carney ...................................... 55 Barron ...................................... 47 Rice .......................................... 38 Burks ........................................ 26 Hunt ......................................... 22 Richmond ................................. 17 Erwin ........................................ 10 Diarra ......................................... 6 Root ........................................... 3 Wade .......................................... 2 Total ..................................... 353 OR Leading to 2nd Chance Points Massie ...................................... 53 Barron ...................................... 27 Grice ........................................ 26 Carney ...................................... 23 Richmond ................................. 12 Erwin ........................................ 11 Rice ............................................ 8 Diarra ......................................... 6 Hunt ........................................... 5 Burks .......................................... 2 Root ........................................... 1 Total ..................................... 153 Charges Drawn Barron ........................................ 8 Erwin .......................................... 5


MISCELLANEOUS ST ATISTICS Burks .......................................... 2 Diarra ......................................... 2 Hunt ........................................... 2 Grice .......................................... 1 Massie ........................................ 1 Rice ............................................ 1 Wade .......................................... 1 Total ....................................... 23

Technical/Flagrant Fouls Opponents .................................. 2 MEMPHIS .................................. 6

Floor Burns Rice .......................................... 33 Barron ...................................... 22 Grice ........................................ 18 Richmond ................................. 16 Burks ........................................ 15 Carney ...................................... 13 Hunt ......................................... 11 Erwin ........................................ 10 Wade .......................................... 7 Massie ........................................ 6 Diarra ......................................... 4 Total ..................................... 155

Memphis' First Sub Erwin .......................................... 7 Richmond ................................... 6 Burks .......................................... 3 Hunt ........................................... 3 Wade .......................................... 3 Grice .......................................... 3 Barron ........................................ 2 Carney ........................................ 1 Diarra ......................................... 1 Massie ........................................ 1 Root ........................................... 1

Dunks Carney ...................................... 13 Erwin .......................................... 9 Massie ........................................ 9 Grice .......................................... 4 Richmond ................................... 3 Barron ........................................ 2 Rice ............................................ 2 Diarra ......................................... 1 Hunt ........................................... 1 Wade .......................................... 1 Total ....................................... 44 Deflections Burks ........................................ 41 Rice .......................................... 26 Richmond ................................. 20 Hunt ......................................... 16 Carney ...................................... 15 Barron ...................................... 14 Erwin ........................................ 11 Massie ...................................... 10 Grice .......................................... 9 Wade .......................................... 5 Diarra ......................................... 3 Root ........................................... 3 Total ..................................... 172 Bench Scoring Opponents .............................. 401 MEMPHIS .............................. 610 Grice .................................... 178 Hunt ..................................... 103 Richmond ............................... 95 Barron .................................... 68 Burks ...................................... 47 Erwin ...................................... 30 Wade ...................................... 26 Carney .................................... 16 Diarra ..................................... 15 Massie .................................... 15 Root ....................................... 14 Rice .......................................... 3

Technical Foul Free Throws Opponents ................. 10-12 (.833) MEMPHIS ..................... 2-4 (.500) Barron ......................... 2-4 (.500)

Scored Memphis' First Points Massie ........................................ 9 Carney ........................................ 6 Rice ............................................ 4 Burks .......................................... 3 Barron ........................................ 2 Grice .......................................... 2 Richmond ................................... 2 Erwin .......................................... 1 Hunt ........................................... 1 How First Points Were Scored Three-Pointer ............................. 9 Jumper ....................................... 7 Free Throw ................................. 4 Put Back..................................... 4 Layin ........................................... 2 Turnaround Jumper .................... 2 Dunk ........................................... 1 Follow Shot ................................ 1 FT Last 4 Minutes/Overtime Barron ....................... 19-22 (.864) Grice ......................... 30-36 (.833) Carney ....................... 17-22 (.772) Erwin ............................. 6-8 (.750) Burks ......................... 23-32 (.719) Hunt .......................... 15-23 (.652) Richmond .................. 16-27 (.592) Diarra ............................ 1-2 (.500) Massie ......................... 8-17 (.471) Wade ............................. 2-5 (.400) Rice ............................... 0-2 (.000) Total .................... 137-198 (.692) 10-Second Violations Opponents .................................. 0 MEMPHIS .................................. 2 Shot Clock Violations Opponents .................................. 3 MEMPHIS .................................. 3

LAST TIME MEMPHIS ... Scored 100+ Points .......................................102 vs UAB, Jan. 23, 2002 Scored 110+ Points ................... 111 vs Eastern Kentucky, Dec. 1, 2001 Scored 120+ Points ......................... 124 vs Georgia State, Dec. 7, 1994 Scored 100+ Points and Lost....... ETSU 105, UM 102 ot, Jan. 30, 1991 Held Below 40 Points .......................... 34 vs Florida State, Mar. 2, 1979 Held Below 50 Points ........................................48 at UAB, Feb. 8, 2002 Held Below 60 Points ............................... 58 at Tulane, Feb. 13, 2003 Won by 30+ Points .........................UM 88, UT Martin 58, Dec. 28, 2001 Won by 40+ Points ................... UM 109, Austin Peay 68, Dec. 22, 2001 Won by 50+ Points .............................UM 112, Howard 42, Jan. 3, 2001 Had 70+ Rebounds ............................74 vs Florida A&M, Dec. 19, 1994 Made 40+ Field Goals ........................ 40 vs Austin Peay, Dec. 22, 2001 Made 50+ Field Goals ....................... 50 vs Georgia State, Dec. 7, 1994 Attempted 75+ Field Goals ................. 79 vs. Missouri, Dec. 14, 2002 Made 10+ 3 Pointers .....................................11 vs TCU, Feb. 26, 2003 Attempted 20+ 3 Pointers ........... 28 vs. Arizona State, Mar. 20, 2003 Made 30+ Free Throws ........................ 31 at Louisville, Feb. 19, 2003 Attempted 40+ Free Throws ............... 48 at Louisville, Feb. 19, 2003 Had 25+ Assists ............................ 26 vs Southern Miss, Feb. 1, 2003 Had 10+ Blocked Shots .............................. 11 vs UALR, Dec. 3, 2002 Had 15+ Steals ........................... 17 vs Grambling State, Dec. 23, 1999 Had 30+ Turnovers ................................ 31 at Vanderbilt, Nov. 21, 1997 Had 30+ Personal Fouls ......................30 at South Florida, Feb. 7, 2001

LAST TIME A MEMPHIS OPPONENT ... Scored 100+ Points ...................................... 102 by UAB, Feb. 16, 2000 Scored 110+ Points ............................. 111 by Vanderbilt, Dec. 23, 1980 Scored 100+ Points and LostUM 112, Virginia Tech 104, March 5, 1988 Held Below 40 Points .......................... 35 by Florida State, Mar. 2, 1979 Held Below 50 Points ..................... 49 by East Carolina, Feb. 4, 2003 Held Below 60 Points .............................. 56 at Houston, Mar. 8, 2003 Had 60+ Rebounds ................................ 64 by Cincinnati, Jan. 15, 1983 Made 40+ Field Goals ..................... 40 by Southern Miss, Jan. 21, 1988 Made 30+ Field Goals .......................... 32 by Missouri, Dec. 14, 2002 Attempted 75+ Field Goals .......................76 by Arkansas, Jan. 3, 2000 Made 10+ 3 Pointers ................................ 11 by Illinois, Dec. 28, 2002 Attempted 20+ 3 Pointers .............................. 23 at UAB, Mar. 8, 2003 Made 30+ Free Throws ....................... 30 by Louisville, Feb. 19, 2003 Attempted 40+ Free Throws......................43 by Louisville, Mar. 3, 2001 Had 25+ Assists ..................................................by USC, Nov. 23, 1999 Had 10+ Blocked Shots ......................... 13 by Cincinnati, Jan. 19, 2000 Had 15+ Steals ................................ 15 by South Florida, Feb. 25, 2001 Had 30+ Turnovers ..................... 30 by Eastern Kentucky, Dec. 1, 2001 Had 30+ Personal Fouls ..................... 34 by Louisville, Feb. 19, 2003

LAST TIME A MEMPHIS PLAYER ... Scored 30+ Points ..........34 by Chris Massie vs Tulane, Jan. 7, 2003 Scored 40+ Points ....41 by Marcus Moody vs Oklahoma, Dec. 13, 1997 Had 20+ Rebounds ......21 by Kelly Wise vs Miami (Fla.), Dec. 21, 2000 Made 20+ FGs .................22 by Dick Kinder vs Marshall, Dec. 11, 1953 Had 25+ FGAs .................. 26 by Earl Barron vs APSU, Nov. 22, 2002 Shot 100% .................... 8-8 by Chris Massie vs Murray St., Dec. 30, 2002 4-4 by Duane Erwin at TCU, Feb. 8, 2003 Made 7+ 3 Point FG ...7 by Marcus Moody vs Oklahoma, Dec. 13, 1997 Had 10+ 3 Point FGA ...........11 by Keiron Shine vs USC, Nov. 23, 1999 Made 15+ FTs .............. 15 by Elliot Perry vs Florida State, Feb. 1, 1989 Attempted 20+ FTs ........... 21 by L. Wright vs Georgia St., Dec. 5, 1995 Had 10+ Assists ................12 by Antonio Burks at UAB, Mar. 8, 2003 Had 7+ Blocks ............ 8 by Kelly Wise vs Southern Miss, Jan. 29, 2000 Had 7+ Steals .................... 7 by Chris Garner vs Tulane, Feb. 16, 1997 2002-03 marks in bold lettering.

Memphis Basketball★109


2002-03 SUPERLA TIVES MEMPHIS PLAYER HIGHS Points Field Goals Made Field Goal Attempts Field Goal Percentage 3 PT Field Goals Made 3 PT FG Attempts

34 Chris Massie vs Tulane (1/7/03) 15 Chris Massie vs Tulane (1/7/03) 26 Earl Barron vs Austin Peay (11/22/02) 1.000 (8-8) C. Massie vs Murray St. (12/30/02) 6 John Grice vs Louisville (3/14/03) 10 John Grice vs Louisville (3/14/03) John Grice at South Florida (2/22/03) Jeremy Hunt vs USF (1/18/03) Anthony Rice at USM (1/11/03) 3 PT FG Percentage 1.000 (4-4) B. Richmond vs. TCU (2/26/03) 1.000 (3-3) J. Grice vs Houston (1/22/03) 1.000 (3-3) A. Rice vs Austin Peay (11/22/02) Free Throws Made 12 Jeremy Hunt vs Louisville (3/14/03) Billy Richmond vs Villanova (1/5/03) Free Throw Attempts 19 Jeremy Hunt vs Louisville (3/14/03) Free Throw Percentage 1.000 (6-6) E. Barron at South Florida (2/22/03) 1.000 (6-6) C. Massie at TCU (2/8/03) Rebounds 16 Chris Massie vs East Carolina (2/4/03) Chris Massie vs Houston (1/22/03) Chris Massie vs Tulane (1/7/03) Assists 12 Antonio Burks at UAB (3/8/03) Antonio Burks vs USM (2/1/03) Steals 4 Antonio Burks vs UAB (2/15/03) Antonio Burks vs USM (2/1/03) Blocked Shots 5 Rodney Carney vs UALR (12/3/02) D. Erwin vs UA-Pine Bluff (11/25/02)

TRACKING THE TIGERS IN 2002-03 Largest Largest Opponent Opponent Score Lead Deficit Best Run Run vs. Syracuse W, 70-63 17 6 8-0 12-2 Austin Peay L, 81-80 ot 8 12 11-0 11-0 UA-Pine Bluff W, 78-54 31 2 13-2 7-0 UALR W, 73-49 29 — 12-0 6-0 Furman W, 72-55 25 5 23-4 6-0 at Missouri L, 93-78 — 24 10-0 15-0 Ole Miss W, 58-51 11 4 6-0 8-2 Illinois W, 77-74 8 6 13-3 7-0 Murray State W, 67-60 8 8 9-0 7-2 at Arkansas W, 72-67 5 5 8-0 5-0 Villanova W, 72-68 6 6 9-2 5-0 Tulane W, 85-73 21 5 20-5 11-2 at Southern Miss L, 84-67 8 19 6-0 16-3 South Florida L, 75-74 5 10 6-0 12-0 Houston W, 77-66 16 — 9-2 7-0 at Saint Louis L, 69-66 6 6 10-2 7-0 Southern Miss W, 80-62 19 — 13-0 7-0 East Carolina W, 73-49 21 — 10-0 8-0 at TCU W, 84-69 20 2 12-2 15-5 at Tulane W, 58-57 10 7 9-3 16-1 UAB W, 94-70 28 3 17-0 6-0 at Louisville W, 80-73 9 5 11-0 6-0 at South Florida W, 73-66 7 12 20-3 8-0 TCU W, 88-64 30 — 9-0 6-0 Cincinnati W, 67-48 19 4 23-4 5-0 at Houston W, 71-56 18 — 10-0 6-0 at UAB W, 90-79 23 2 8-0 10-0 vs. South Florida W, 62-56 6 7 8-1 9-0 at Louisville L, 78-75 3 16 10-2 16-0 vs. Arizona State L, 84-71 5 12 6-0 13-0

MEMPHIS TEAM HIGHS Points Field Goals Made Field Goal Attempts Field Goal Percentage 3 PT Field Goals Made 3 PT FG Attempts 3 PT FG Percentage Free Throws Made Free Throw Attempts Free Throw Percentage Rebounds Assists

94 36 79 .627 (32-51) 14 31 .583 (14-24) 31 48 .852 (23-27) 52 26

Steals Blocked Shots

26 11

Turnovers

22

Personal Fouls

32

vs UAB (2/15/03) vs UAB (2/15/03) at Missouri (12/14/02) at UAB (3/8/03) vs Southern Miss (2/1/03) at TCU (2/8/03) vs Southern Miss (2/1/03) at Louisville (2/19/03) at Louisville (2/19/03) at South Florida (2/22/03) vs Tulane (1/7/03) vs Southern Miss (2/1/03) vs Tulane (1/7/03) vs Tulane (1/7/03) vs Cincinnati (3/1/03) at Southern Miss (1/11/03) vs UALR (12/03/02) vs UAB (2/15/03) vs Villanova (1/5/03) vs Louisville (3/14/03)

OPPONENT TEAM HIGHS Points Field Goals Made Field Goal Attempts Field Goal Percentage 3 PT Field Goals Made

93 32 70 .525 (31-59) 11

3 PT FG Attempts 3 PT FG Percentage Free Throws Made Free Throw Attempts Free Throw Percentage Rebounds Assists

31 .526 (10-19) 30 44 .875 (21-24) 46 19

Steals Blocked Shots

13 8

Turnovers Personal Fouls

28 34

at Missouri (12/14/02) at Missouri (12/14/02) vs Austin Peay (11/22/02) vs Arizona State (3/20/03) vs Illinois (12/28/02) vs Austin Peay (11/22/02) vs Illinois (12/28/02) at TCU (2/8/03) at Louisville (2/19/03) vs Louisville (3/14/03) at Southern Miss (1/11/03) at Missouri (12/14/02) at Missouri (12/14/02) vs Austin Peay (11/22/02) vs UAB (2/15/03) at Tulane (2/13/03) vs Illinois (12/28/02) vs UA-Pine Bluff (11/25/02) at Louisville (2/19/03)

MEMPHIS TEAM LOWS Points

58

Field Goals Made Field Goal Attempts Field Goal Percentage 3 PT Field Goals Made

18 50 .318 (21-66) 2

3 PT FG Attempts

9

3 PT FG Percentage Free Throws Made Free Throw Attempts Free Throw Percentage Rebounds Assists

.095 (2-21) 0 1 .000 (0-1) 24 8

Steals

2

Blocked Shots

0

Turnovers Personal Fouls

8 12

110★Memphis Basketball

vs Ole Miss (12/19/02) at Tulane (2/13/03) vs Louisville (3/14/03) vs 3 opponents at South Florida (2/22/03) vs Ole Miss (12/19/02) at Southern Miss (1/11/03) vs Ole Miss (12/19/02) at Louisville (2/19/03) at Southern Miss (1/11/03) vs Southern Miss (2/1/03) vs Southern Miss (2/1/03) vs Southern Miss (2/1/03) at Saint Louis (1/25/03) at Southern Miss (1/11/03) vs Louisville (3/14/03) vs Cincinnati (3/1/03) vs Arizona State (3/20/03) vs Villanova (1/5/03) at South Florida (2/22/03) vs 3 opponents vs Southern Miss (2/1/03)


NOTES/NUMBERS Game 1 - AT&T Wireless Coaches vs. Cancer Classic

Game 2

Memphis Syracuse

Austin Peay Memphis

70 63

Madison Square Garden ★ New York, N.Y. Nov. 14, 2002 Memphis (70) Rodney Carney John Grice Earl Barron Jeremy Hunt Anthony Rice Nathaniel Root Duane Erwin Modibo Diarra Clyde Wade TEAM TOTALS

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 34 5-13 0-2 2-4 9 2 36 6-10 5-7 0-0 4 4 25 2-6 0-0 4-4 4 4 38 6-18 3-7 4-9 7 1 30 5-10 0-3 0-2 7 3 16 0-2 0-1 0-0 3 2 17 2-3 0-0 0-0 5 1 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 4 200 26-62 8-20 10-19 43 18

Syracuse (63) Carmelo Anthony Hakim Warrick Craig Forth Kueth Duany Gerry McNamara Jeremy McNeil Josh Pace Matt Gorman TEAM TOTALS

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 40 10-23 2-6 5-12 11 0 36 1-9 0-0 2-3 11 3 28 1-5 0-1 0-1 7 1 21 3-9 0-4 0-0 4 2 38 4-15 4-13 2-2 1 5 12 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 3 24 5-5 0-0 0-2 6 2 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 200 24-67 6-24 9-20 45 16

Syracuse Memphis

43 34

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

The Pyramid ★ Memphis, Tenn. Nov. 22, 2002

BS 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

ST 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

TP 12 17 8 19 10 0 4 0 0

13

4

4

70

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

BS 0 4 0 0 0 2 0 0

ST 1 1 2 0 3 0 1 0

TP 27 4 2 6 14 0 10 0

6

8

63

16

7

12

81 80 ot

27 - 70 29 - 63

Attendance: 8,826 Technical Fouls: None Officials: R-John Clougherty, U1-Reggie Cofer, U2-Tony Greene Tiger Dunks: 2 Memphis Deflections: 7 Memphis Second Chance Points: 11

Plays of the Game Syracuse went seven minutes without scoring as the Tigers came back from a 61-56 deficit to lead 68-61with 1:05 to play. But there was no points associated with one play during the stretch which perfectly personifies what this Memphis team must do to be successful this season — hustle. With 2:45 to play, Anthony Rice tracked down a loose rebound in the corner of the court. He tried to bounce the ball off a Syracuse defender but instead, the ball ended in the hands of point guard Jeremy Hunt. Leading 65-61 and one a 9-0 run, the Tigers did not score on its next possession but ran the clock to 2:13 before getting off an errant shot.

Notes

Austin Peay (81) MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF Adrian Henning 22 4-10 0-1 1-1 4 5 Rhet Wierzba 35 4-9 2-5 3-6 1 3 Josh Lewis 31 5-8 0-0 4-5 8 5 Corey Gipson 39 7-16 5-10 0-1 5 1 Anthony Davis 24 5-15 3-6 0-0 4 4 Zac Schlader 20 0-3 0-0 0-0 4 2 Levi Carmichael 7 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 1 Maurice Hampton 23 3-5 1-1 2-2 4 1 Jermaine Graham 0+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 Igor Macura 5 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 1 Bobbye Hill 19 1-2 0-0 2-2 4 4 TEAM 5 TOTALS 225 29-70 11-24 12-17 40 27 Memphis (80) Rodney Carney John Grice Earl Barron Anthony Rice Nathaniel Root Clyde Wade Duane Erwin Patrick Byrne TEAM TOTALS Austin Peay Memphis

MP FG-A 45 4-13 44 5-9 36 8-26 45 5-8 26 0-4 1 0-0 28 2-2 0+ 0-0 225 24-62 39 37

30 32

3P-A FT-A REB PF 2-6 3-5 10 1 3-6 5-6 9 3 0-1 10-13 10 4 3-3 2-2 0 3 0-3 2-2 5 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 2-6 6 5 0-0 0-0 0 0 4 8-19 24-34 44 17

A TO 4 0 2 1 0 0 3 1 2 5 1 0 3 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 2 3

BS 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ST 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TP 9 13 14 19 13 0 0 9 0 0 4

13

5

6

81

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

BS 3 0 1 1 0 0 2 0

ST 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0

TP 13 18 26 15 2 0 6 0

7

4

80

19

17

14

12 - 81 11 - 80

Attendance: 16,580 Technical Fouls: None Officials: R-Hal Lusk, U1-Ron Zetcher, U2-Don Dailey Tiger Dunks: 2 Memphis Deflections: 5 Memphis Second Chance Points: 10

Plays of the Game Austin Peay led 81-78 with 16.6 seconds play in overtime when Maurice Hampton made a pair of three throws. Rodney Carney rebounded a missed three-pointer by Earl Barron for a putback basket with 3.9 seconds remaining to cut the Governors’ lead to one. Austin Peay was whistled for an over-and-back trying to inbounds the ball and the Tigers got the ball back under their own goal. The inbounds play went to Nathaniel Root who got off a three-pointer which hit the iron and bounced away as the Governors won in Memphis for the first time in 10 tries.

Notes

★ With returning point guard Antonio Burks serving the first of a three-game, NCAA-mandated suspension, Memphis started true freshman Jeremy Hunt at the point. The rookie responded by scoring a team-high 19 points, pulling down seven rebounds and dishing out seven assists. He was named the Player of the Game. ★ Senior forward John Grice had not played a game in over a year after sitting out the 2001-02 season because of academics. In eight games his junior year (2000-01), Grice was 12-of-58 from the field and 3-of-31 from three-point range. Against Syracuse he scored 17 points, going 6-of-10 from the field and knocking down 5-of-7 three-pointers. ★ Nathaniel Root played 16, first-half minutes off the bench for the Tigers. He had a career-high three rebounds and fell a minute shy (16) of matching another career mark. Also had a steal and an assist. ★ Syracuse had won its last 26 games played during the month of November dating back to 1996 and loss to Kentucky at the Great Alaska Shootout. ★ The Tigers won for the fourth straight time in Madison Square Garden where it ended the 2002 season with an NIT championship.

★ With Jeremy Hunt undergoing surgery earlier in the day for internal fixation of a broken fifth metatarsal in his left foot and Modibo Diarra returning to Mali for the funeral of his father, the Tigers dressed just seven players who began preseason drills. Memphis however also dressed three players added to the team earlier in the week -- office assistant Garrick Green, former manager Brian Mitchell and red-shirt freshman quarterback Patrick Byrne on loan from the football team. Byrne, in fact, got into the game with 3.1 seconds to play to inbounds a pass from the Austin Peay sideline with the score tied at 69-69. Byrne got the ball to Rodney Carney at midcourt but the Tiger freshman threw the ball away with 0.4 seconds to play in regulation. ★ The overtime loss was Memphis’s second straight. The Tigers lost its previous overtime game at Cincinnati 80-75 in last year’s regular-season finale. Memphis is now 50-33 in overtime games. ★ Despite the loss and an 8-for-26 shooting night, Earl Barron scored a career-high 26 points (10-of-13 from the free throw line) and had a double-double, finishing with 10 rebounds. ★ Both Carney and Anthony Rice played all 45 minutes of the overtime game while John Grice played 44 minutes.

John Calipari Quotes

John Calipari Quotes

“I’ve been beating up on these guys for the past 25 days and I’ve been as hard on this team as I’ve ever been. I wanted to get them to compete so they wouldn’t be afraid to go play. We were a little bit undermanned.

“Austin Peay played great. I was so disappointed because some of our guys were just getting beat to the ball, just outhustled. It was embarrassing at times but they wanted it worse. They were better in the post that we were. I don’t know how we’re going to win Conference USA if our guys are not as good as some guys at Austin Peay because they were better than us. They made shots, made plays and defended.”

“You have to give Syracuse credit. We had a chance to go up by 20 or 25 points but Syracuse didn’t stop playing. Then all of a sudden they’re up three or four points. I’m proud of my guys. I thought we gave a good effort.”

Memphis Basketball★111


REVIEW Game 3

Game 4

UA-Pine Bluff Memphis

54 78

UALR Memphis

The Pyramid ★ Memphis, Tenn. Nov. 25, 2002

The Pyramid ★ Memphis, Tenn. Dec. 3, 2002

UAPB (54) MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF Don Fleming 10 2-5 0-0 1-1 2 1 Justin Lloyd 23 1-4 0-0 1-2 3 5 Kory McKee 14 5-9 0-2 2-2 3 4 Michael Kendrick 31 2-4 2-2 1-2 3 1 Melvin Bell 26 3-4 3-3 2-2 5 5 Lee Curry 3 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 Lamarquis Blake 9 1-4 1-2 0-0 2 1 Brandon Jones 5 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 0 Billy Hall 21 1-7 0-4 0-0 0 2 Ben Culp 6 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 Jamaal Bibles 8 0-2 0-0 0-2 0 0 Chris Parker 28 2-8 1-5 0-0 4 3 Cortney Lee 11 2-4 0-0 0-0 0 2 Antwan Emsweller 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 1 TEAM 6 TOTALS 200 20-55 7-19 7-11 31 25 Memphis (78) Rodney Carney Duane Erwin Earl Barron John Grice Anthony Rice Clyde Wade Garrick Green Nathaniel Root Brian Mitchell Patrick Byrne Modibo Diarra TEAM TOTALS UA-Pine Bluff Memphis

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 35 4-12 0-3 6-8 9 1 32 6-7 0-0 2-5 4 2 28 4-9 0-0 10-13 5 4 39 4-12 0-5 6-8 10 1 11 2-6 1-3 0-0 1 2 8 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 26 4-7 3-5 0-0 3 2 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 18 1-2 0-0 0-0 5 4 42 200 25-58 4-17 24-34 42 16 24 34

49 73

A TO 0 2 1 7 1 4 4 1 2 3 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 3 0 2 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 2

BS 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

ST 0 2 1 2 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 0

TP 5 3 12 7 11 0 3 0 2 2 0 5 4 0

UALR (49) MP FG-A Columbus Willis 22 2-2 Jake Yancey 22 4-7 Tony Travis 24 1-4 Jibrahn Ike 10 1-2 Mark Green 37 4-14 Kimmo Muurinen 4 1-2 Josh Jacobs 9 0-2 Justin Stuckey 5 0-2 Nick Zachery 28 2-16 Richard Hardman 7 1-1 Danny McCall 10 2-7 Darius Eason 22 1-5 TEAM TOTALS 200 19-64

3P-A 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-2 2-6 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-13 1-1 0-0 0-0

28

2

12

54

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

BS 2 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

ST 3 2 2 2 0 2 0 3 0 0 0

TP 14 14 18 14 5 0 0 11 0 0 2

Memphis (73) Rodney Carney John Grice Earl Barron Antonio Burks Anthony Rice Clyde Wade Duane Erwin Nathaniel Root Modibo Diarra TEAM TOTALS

MP FG-A 37 7-12 36 7-14 34 5-11 17 2-7 26 6-9 21 1-4 20 0-1 1 0-0 8 1-1

3P-A 1-3 3-8 0-0 0-0 4-5 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

200 29-59

8-17

10

14

78

14

19

21

30 - 54 44 - 78

Attendance: 14,801 Technical Fouls: UAPB-Emsweller (Flagrant Foul/Fighting), 5:37, 1st UAPB-Blake & Fleming ejected for coming off the bench, 5:37 1st Memphis-Wade & Rice ejected for coming off the bench, 5:37 1st Officials: R-Steve Welmer, U1-Curtis Shaw, U2-Don Dailey Tiger Dunks: 7 Memphis Deflections: 11 Memphis Second Chance Points: 16

Plays of the Game Memphis led 22-15 when a loose ball under the Memphis bench with 5:37 to play in the first half turned into a scuffle. Arkansas-Pine Bluff’s Antwan Emsweller was ejected from the game for fighting after throwing punches while in the pileup. Memphis’s Anthony Rice and Clyde Wade were both ejected for leaving the bench while UAPB’s Lamarquis Blake and Don Fleming were also ejected for leaving the bench. Afterwards, Memphis went on an 8-0 run to extend its lead to 30-15 with Duane Erwin throwing down a jam off a lob pass from Nathaniel Root during the run.

UALR Memphis

20 35

6-24

FT-A REB PF 0-0 1 2 0-0 2 2 0-0 3 1 0-0 0 2 2-2 5 3 0-0 2 1 0-0 1 1 0-0 1 0 0-2 2 0 0-0 3 0 0-0 6 0 3-6 4 2 5 5-10 35 14 FT-A REB PF 1-4 11 1 4-6 9 2 0-0 8 3 0-0 0 3 2-2 6 2 0-0 3 2 0-0 3 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 1 1 1 1 7-12 42 15

A TO 1 0 0 4 3 3 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 7 3 0 0 0 1 1 2

BS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

ST 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

TP 4 8 2 3 12 2 0 0 6 3 4 5

18

2

4

49

A TO 1 2 2 5 1 1 8 3 4 2 4 4 1 0 0 0 0 0

BS 5 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 1

ST 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

TP 16 21 10 4 18 2 0 0 2

11

5

73

16

21

17

29 - 49 38 - 73

Attendance: 14,994 Technical Fouls: Memphis-Bench, 17:57, 2nd. Officials: R-Tom O’Neill, U1-Ted Valentine, U2-Mark Whitehead Tiger Dunks: 2 Memphis Deflections: 2 Memphis Second Chance Points: 11

Plays of the Game Junior point guard Antonio Burks showed just the type of energy and skill he brings to the Tigers early in his season debut. Over the first 1:34 of action this year, Burks had an assist on an Anthony Rice three, forced a turnover with his ball-pressure defense, tossed a pass to Rice for a layup, knocked a loose ball off a UALR player and out of bounds for a save and had an assist on an Earl Barron field goal. Despite a pulled hamstring, Burks finished with eight assists in just 17 minutes of playing time. Without coming down to earth, Rodney Carney jammed a missed John Grice three-pointer to give Memphis a 16-2 lead with 12:32 to play in the first half. Carney registered his second double-double of the season, finishing with a career-high 16 points and 11 rebounds.

Notes

★ John Calipari moved into the top 10 coaching starts through 11 seasons with his 239th victory. Calipari, who ranks fifth on the 10-season list, moved into a tie for ninth with former Fresno State and Colorado State coach Boyd Grant (239-97) and Alabama coach Wimp Sanderson (239-109). ★ Memphis improved to 13-0 under John Calipari when opponents are held to 60 points or fewer. ★ Memphis played all three of its late walkons. Patrick Byrne, Garrick Green and Brian Mitchell all joined the team a week earlier after the Tigers were down to six scholarship players because of injuries, suspensions and other factors.

★ Memphis shot a season-high 49.2 percent from the field as well as 47.1 percent from behind the three-point arc. The Tigers held Arkansas-Little Rock to just 29.7 percent shooting on the night. UALR has been one of the Sun Belt Conference’s best shooting teams and entered the game shooting 50 percent from the field. ★ Nick Zachery had scored 31 points in UALR’s previous game, a win over Colorado State. But Zachery was held to six points on 2-for-16 shooting. ★ The Arkansas-Little Rock game marked the first time this season Memphis had not trailed this season. ★ John Grice scored a career-high 21 points in the Tigers’ win, knocking down 7-of-14 shots from the field. He also had nine rebounds, two assists and two steals in 36 minutes of play. ★ Memphis is now 14-0 under third-year coach John Calipari when holding opponents under 60 points.

John Calipari Quotes

John Calipari Quotes

Notes

“I thought the things that we had worked on in the last two days for four hours a day — screening and getting open on the wing — we did a better job. It’s hard to go against pressure without a point guard. Anthony Rice is not a point guard. We’re putting now every player on our team in the wrong position.”

“That was a good performance. I am really proud of the guys. It started with Antonio Burks, you saw what he does for our team. The pressure he puts on the ball and the amount of energy (he brings).”

112★Memphis Basketball


NOTES/NUMBERS Game 5

Game 6

Furman Memphis

55 72

Memphis Missouri

The Pyramid ★ Memphis, Tenn. Dec. 7, 2002

Hearnes Center ★ Columbia, Mo. Dec. 14, 2002

Furman (55) Kenny Zeigler Maleye Ndoye Paco Gonzalez Jason Patterson Tony Carter Marijan Pojatina Ryan Chancler Nick Sanders Karim Souchu TEAM TOTALS

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 37 5-14 0-0 0-0 7 1 27 4-8 0-0 2-3 5 3 17 0-3 0-0 0-0 1 3 28 6-9 0-1 0-5 0 0 38 3-5 2-4 0-0 4 2 12 4-6 0-0 0-0 3 1 6 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 14 0-2 0-1 0-0 2 3 21 3-5 0-2 1-2 2 0 1 200 25-53 2-9 3-10 26 13

Memphis (72) Rodney Carney John Grice Earl Barron Clyde Wade Anthony Rice Antonio Burks Duane Erwin Modibo Diarra TEAM TOTALS

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 30 6-9 1-3 2-3 6 3 34 6-13 1-5 3-5 8 1 30 6-9 0-1 2-2 2 3 23 4-6 1-3 1-1 1 1 36 3-10 1-6 0-0 4 2 13 4-7 0-0 0-0 0 0 23 15 0-0 0-0 10 2 11 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 2 4 200 30-59 4-18 8-11 36 14

Furman Memphis

29 34

78 93

A TO 3 3 2 3 2 2 0 5 3 7 1 0 2 0 2 1 1 2

BS 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

ST 1 0 0 6 2 0 0 1 0

TP 10 10 0 12 8 8 0 0 7

23

1

10

55

A TO 0 1 3 4 3 4 5 4 1 4 4 2 1 2 1 0

BS 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ST 1 3 1 3 1 2 1 0

TP 15 16 14 10 7 8 2 0

3

12

72

16

18

21

26 - 55 38 - 72

Attendance: 14,991 Technical Fouls: None Officials: R-Rick Randall, U1-Hal Lusk, U2-Kevin Mathis Tiger Dunks: 3 Memphis Deflections: 5 Memphis Second Chance Points: 5

Plays of the Game

Memphis (78) Rodney Carney John Grice Earl Barron Antonio Burks Anthony Rice Clyde Wade Duane Erwin Billy Richmond Almamy Thiero Modibo Diarra TEAM TOTALS Missouri (93) Jeffrey Ferguson Arthur Johnson Ricky Clemons Josh Kroenke Rickey Paulding Jimmy McKinney Travon Bryant Kevin Young Najeeb Echols TEAM TOTALS Memphis Missouri

MP FG-A 24 1-8 38 4-12 23 5-11 24 5-10 39 4-16 1 0-0 4 0-0 32 9-19 2 0-0 13 1-3 200 29-79

FT-A REB PF 1-3 3 4 2-2 11 4 2-2 5 5 5-7 1 5 1-2 6 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 2 5 4-9 7 3 0-0 0 0 2-2 7 1 6 3-21 17-27 48 27

MP FG-A 16 1-3 37 8-13 28 6-11 26 0-3 30 7-14 32 4-8 16 6-13 6 0-0 9 0-1

3P-A 0-0 0-0 3-6 0-3 3-7 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-0

200 32-66 36 44

3P-A 0-3 2-6 0-0 0-0 1-8 0-0 0-0 0-4 0-0 0-0

FT-A REB PF 1-2 5 1 7-10 11 4 1-2 4 4 0-0 4 3 5-6 6 2 5-5 5 4 1-1 6 4 0-0 0 1 2-2 2 0 3 7-19 22-28 46 23

A TO 0 2 4 3 1 1 5 4 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0

BS 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

ST 3 3 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1

TP 3 12 12 15 10 0 0 22 0 4

12

4

10

78

A TO 0 0 2 2 6 1 3 4 3 4 2 1 2 4 0 0 1 0

BS 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

ST 0 1 0 0 5 0 1 0 0

TP 3 23 16 0 22 13 14 0 2

4

7

93

15

19

16

42 - 78 49 - 93

Attendance: 12,042 Technical Fouls: None Officials: R-Scott Thornley, U1-Sam Croft, U2-Steve Olson Tiger Dunks: 1 Memphis Deflections: 8 Memphis Second Chance Points: 25

Clyde Wade’s three-point bucket from the right wing gave the Tigers a 26-24 lead with 4:04 to play in the first half. On Furman’s next two ensuing possessions, Wade forced a pair of turnovers and scored on fast-break layups as the Tigers lead stretched to 30-24 and the U of M would never trail again. Wade, who made his first career start finished with 10 points, five assists and three steals but also turned the ball over four times in 23 minutes of play.

Plays of the Game

Notes

Memphis trailed by as many as 20 in the first half but scored the final 10 points of the period to trail by just eight, 44-36. The U of M would stay within single figures and striking distance in the opening minutes of the second period. With 15:36 to play Anthony Rice answered a three-pointer by Mizzou’s Rickey Paulding with a trey to make it 52-43 but Paulding would answer right back with another three-pointer and Rickey Clemons would add a three to make it 58-43. Missouri’s lead would never reach below double figures again.

★ Memphis went with a different starting lineup for the fifth time in as many games. The Tigers started walkon freshman Clyde Wade as Memphis coach John Calipari hoped to rest junior point guard Antonio Burks who pulled a hamstring just over a week earlier. Burks ended up coming off the bench and playing 13 minutes. He scored eight points and had four assists and two steals. ★ Memphis led 34-29 at halftime but began the second period by scoring eight unanswered points. Furman would make just two baskets in the first 11 minutes of the half as the Tigers stretched a five-point halftime lead into a 57-33 advantage with 9:08 to play. ★ Furman senior guard Guilherme Da Luz did not play after suffering a sprained wrist and thumb the previous night during the Paladins’ practice. Da Luz was Furman’s second-leading scorer, averaging 11.7 points per game. ★ The Tigers shot better than 50 percent for the first time this season, knocking down 30-of-59 shot attempts. However, the Tigers struggled from beyond the three-point arc, finishing with a season low 22.2 percent shooting from three-point range. ★ A breaker in the scoreboard suspended above center court was the cause of The Pyramid table staff having to use an air horn in place of the regular horn to buzz in players as well as signal the end of each half.

John Calipari Quotes “That was a good win. Anytime you win it’s good. I’m disappointed we had to play Antonio Burks as much as we did. It just shows you where we are right now when we are undermanned. As much as I did not want to play Antonio, I had no choice, we had to win this game.”

Missouri built a 15-0 lead from the opening tip, knocking down its first four shots and forcing Memphis to turn the ball over five times in the first three minutes. Memphis finally got on the board when Antonio Burks knocked down a jumper to make it 15-2 with 16:14 to play in the first half.

Notes ★ Missouri, ranked 11th by the Associated Press and 10th in the USA Today/ESPN coaches’ poll, has held every opponent this season to 40 percent shooting or less. Memphis shot a season-low 36.7 percent from the field against Mizzou and was just 3-of-21 (14.3 percent from three-point range). The Tigers are now just 7-of-39 (17.9 percent) from three-point range over their last two games. ★ Sophomore guard Billy Richmond, who became eligible with the conclusion of the fall semester, scored a team-high 22 points, going 9-of-19 from the field and playing 32 minutes off the bench. ★ Also making his season debut was freshman center Almamy Thiero who saw two minutes of action. With Thiero playing, Memphis coach John Calipari tried every player available to find an answer to Missouri center Arthur Johnson who finished with a game-high 23 points and 11 rebounds. Johnson was 8-of-13 from the field and knocked down 7-of-10 free throws.

John Calipari Quotes “That was what I call a butt-whipping. But you have to give Missouri a lot of credit. They came out of the gate and played great. They took what was there. The biggest thing they did is every time they needed a basket, they got a second shot. They just had more of an effort to go get the ball.”

Memphis Basketball★113


REVIEW Game 7

Game 8

Ole Miss Memphis

51 58

Illinois Memphis

The Pyramid ★ Memphis, Tenn. Dec. 19, 2002

The Pyramid ★ Memphis, Tenn. Dec. 28, 2002

Ole Miss (51) MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF Aaron Harper 35 2-8 1-4 5-7 7 4 Justin Reed 19 3-9 1-2 0-0 5 3 Derrick Allen 22 5-8 0-0 3-7 5 3 Trey Pearson 35 1-3 0-1 0-0 4 3 David Sanders 27 0-2 0-0 0-0 4 4 Kendrick Fox 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 Justin Johnson 4 2-4 0-1 0-0 1 0 Cavadas Nunnery 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 Bryan Brown 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 John Gunn 13 1-2 0-0 0-0 4 3 Emmanuel Wade 28 5-10 1-3 2-3 2 0 Chris Rhodes 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 Shaun Holtz 4 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 Jonathan Loe 9 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 TEAM 3 TOTALS 200 19-49 3-11 10-17 38 21 Memphis (58) Rodney Carney John Grice Modibo Diarra Billy Richmond Anthony Rice Clyde Wade Antonio Burks Duane Erwin Almamy Thiero Earl Barron TEAM TOTALS Ole Miss Memphis

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 22 6-10 0-0 1-2 5 2 37 1-8 0-3 1-2 5 1 5 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 2 30 6-14 0-2 2-3 3 3 38 6-11 2-4 0-0 4 0 7 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 22 0-3 0-0 2-2 1 3 17 1-4 0-0 0-1 10 1 0+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 22 2-9 0-0 4-5 5 4 4 200 23-61 2-9 10-15 39 18 24 30

74 77

A TO 2 3 2 3 1 2 1 3 2 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 12 19

BS 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

ST 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0

TP 10 7 13 2 0 0 4 0 0 2 13 0 0 0

7

6

51

A TO 1 3 1 3 0 0 0 2 4 2 0 0 6 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

BS 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 3

ST 1 0 1 2 0 0 2 2 0 2

TP 13 3 0 14 14 2 2 2 0 8

9

10

58

12

12

27 - 51 28 - 58

Attendance: 18,230 Technical Fouls: None Officials: R-Tim Higgins, U1-Michael Kitts, U2-Ted Valentine Tiger Dunks: 1 Memphis Deflections: 9 Memphis Second Chance Points: 8

Plays of the Game Following an Anthony Rice rebound, freshman forward Rodney Carney finished off a fastbreak with a slam dunk over Ole Miss guard Trey Pearson. Carney would miss an ensuing free throw but the Tigers’ lead was back to eight, 30-22 with 1:31 to play in the first half.

Notes ★ Memphis won for the first time this season when it shoots a lesser field goal percentage than its opponent. Neither was very good but with Ole Miss coming into the game shooting 48.8 percent it may be more of an indication of how intense defensively the game was. Ole Miss shot 38.8 percent for the game while Memphis shot 37.7 percent on the night. ★ Memphis won despite scoring less than 60 points for the first time since defeating Marquette on the road Feb. 26, 2000, 53-49. Since that game Memphis has scored fewer than 60 points on six times including a 64-56 loss to Ole Miss during the 2000-01 season. ★ For his second straight game Billy Richmond led the Tigers in scoring, matching Anthony Rice with 14 points apiece. Richmond, a transfer from Vanderbilt began his career at Memphis with a 22point effort off the bench against Missouri Dec. 14. ★ Sophomore forward Duane Erwin registered double-figure rebounds for the second time this season, finishing with 10 against the Rebels. He also had 10 boards against Furman but in both games scored just two points.

John Calipari Quotes “We needed to play physical and really play and compete which we did. You knew it was going to be physical and you knew they were going to play hard and not go away. It was an ugly game. But we don’t care. Forget about ugly. We needed to play harder, compete at a higher level and battle and fight.”

Illinois (74) MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF Brian Cook 30 6-14 1-3 8-8 9 4 James Augustine 23 3-3 1-1 0-2 5 4 Roger Powell 18 1-2 0-1 0-0 1 2 Deron Williams 24 3-6 2-5 0-2 4 4 Dee Brown 37 6-14 5-11 2-2 3 2 Luther Head 12 0-3 0-3 0-2 2 2 Blandon Ferguson 11 0-3 0-=0 5-6 3 1 Sean Harrington 18 2-6 2-6 0-0 2 2 Kyle Wilson 4 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 1 Nick Smith 23 2-7 0-0 2-2 5 2 TEAM 3 TOTALS 200 25-63 10-23 17-28 42 19 Memphis (77) Chris Massie John Grice Jeremy Hunt Billy Richmond Anthony Rice Antonio Burks Rodney Carney Duane Erwin Earl Barron TEAM TOTALS Illinois Memphis

MP FG-A 17 5-7 26 5-10 25 3-11 28 4-13 34 5-9 23 1-4 10 1-4 14 1-2 23 0-3

FT-A REB PF 3-6 12 4 3-4 7 2 2-2 2 1 2-5 3 4 2-2 1 1 0-1 1 0 0-0 3 0 1-2 7 2 4-6 4 5 2 200 25-63 10-23 17-28 42 19 37 31

3P-A 0-0 3-6 3-8 0-1 4-6 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0

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

BS 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

ST 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0

TP 21 7 2 8 19 0 5 6 0 6

11

3

5

77

A TO 2 2 4 1 1 4 4 2 2 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

BS 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1

ST 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0

TP 13 16 11 10 16 2 2 3 4

3

5

77

18

18

11

37 - 74 46 - 77

Attendance: 19,268 Technical Fouls: None Officials: R-Ted Hillary, U1-Paul Janssen, U2-John Higgins Tiger Dunks: 1 Memphis Deflections: 9 Memphis Second Chance Points: 15

Plays of the Game After Illinois ended the first half with a 19-9 run to take a 37-31 lead, Memphis busted three straight three-point baskets to regain the lead. Jeremy Hunt knocked down the first before Anthony Rice tied the game drilling a three from the corner. Hunt’s three-pointer from the top of the arc gave Memphis a 40-37 lead with 17:42 to play. Illinois forward Brian Cook tied the game for the 10th time with a three from the top of the key with 1:35 to play. At the other end Chris Massie, on a feed from Anthony Rice backed Cook up with a strong post move and scored with 1:17 to play and the Tigers would never relinquish the lead. John Grice would knock down a pair of free throws with 38 seconds to play and made the first of two free throw attempts with 23.5 seconds to play and Memphis’s lead was 76-71.

Notes ★ After missing the first seven games, Chris Massie made his season debut and registered a double-double, scoring 13 points and pulling down 12 rebounds in just 17 minutes of play. Massie picked up his second foul early in the game and played just three, first-half minutes. In the second period he made 5-for-6 shots and had 10 boards. ★ The win ended a 14-game streak of losses against teams ranked in the Associated Press Top 25 poll. It was the Tigers’ first win over a top 10 team since defeating No. 9 Cincinnati 75-63 in the final game of the 1996-97 regular season. ★ Memphis’s starters all scored in double figures for the first time this season as the Tigers improved to 22-2 under John Calipari when five players score in double figures. ★ Memphis’s 10 three-pointers marked the first time the Tigers had double-figure treys since a school-record 15 against Howard, Jan. 3, 2001. ★ The U of M came back from a halftime deficit for the first time this season, erasing a 37-31 Illinois lead at the break. The Tigers are now 1-2 when trailing at the half.

John Calipari Quotes “We outrebounded a big team, a strong rebounding team by five rebounds. That is big. We held a team that shot 53 percent from the floor to 39 percent. That is good defense. I thought Duane Erwin did a terrific job. I thought Earl (Barron) fought. I think it came down to rebounding and we went and got balls because Chris (Massie) was in the game.”

114★Memphis Basketball


NOTES/NUMBERS Game 9

Game 10

Murray State Memphis

60 67

Memphis Arkansas

The Pyramid ★ Memphis, Tenn. Dec. 30, 2002

Bud Walton Arena ★ Fayetteville, Ark. Jan. 2, 2003

Murray State (60) MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF Cuthbert Victor 21 3-7 0-1 1-4 9 4 Antione Whelchel 28 1-7 0-4 0-0 6 2 James Singleton 25 5-11 0-1 0-0 7 4 Kevin Paschel 25 2-6 1-3 2-3 1 1 Chris Shumate 31 4-13 1-5 3-3 5 5 Mark Borders 13 1-3 0-0 0-0 1 1 Antonio Henderson 11 1-2 0-1 2-2 3 2 Andi Hornig 15 2-3 0-0 0-0 2 2 Rick Jones 23 2-9 2-9 0-0 5 2 Chiwale Bedeau 8 3-6 0-0 0-0 3 3 TEAM 2 TOTALS 200 24-67 4-24 8-12 44 26 Memphis (67) Chris Massie John Grice Jeremy Hunt Billy Richmond Anthony Rice Clyde Wade Antonio Burks Rodney Carney Duane Erwin Earl Barron TEAM TOTALS Murray State Memphis

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 21 8-8 0-0 3-5 12 3 35 3-10 2-6 5-7 6 2 30 1-7 1-7 3-6 7 1 22 2-4 0-0 7-14 2 4 36 2-12 0-5 0-0 2 0 6 0-0 0-0 2-2 1 0 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 20 2-5 0-2 0-0 3 1 11 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 2 16 2-2 0-0 2-4 3 1 2 200 21-50 3-20 22-38 39 14 36 36

72 67

A TO 4 2 2 2 2 2 1 0 4 3 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 14 14

BS 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ST 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0

TP 7 2 10 7 12 2 4 4 6 6

1

4

60

A TO 0 1 0 0 6 2 1 2 4 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

BS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0

ST 0 0 3 3 0 1 0 1 0 0

TP 19 13 6 11 4 2 0 4 2 6

4

8

67

13

8

Memphis (72) Rodney Carney John Grice Chris Massie Billy Richmond Anthony Rice Duane Erwin Clyde Wade Earl Barron Antonio Burks TEAM TOTALS Arkansas (67) Dionisio Gomez Carl Baker Alonzo Lane Jonathon Modica Eric Ferguson Michael Jones Wenbos Mukubu Larry Satchell Rashard Sullivan Kendrick Davis TEAM TOTALS Memphis Arkansas

24 - 60 31 - 67

Attendance: 15,601 Technical Fouls: None Officials: R-Sam Croft, U1-Jackie Sanders, U2-Larry Ware Tiger Dunks: 2 Memphis Deflections: 9 Memphis Second Chance Points: 13

MP FG-A 19 4-5 35 2-8 25 3-7 32 5-10 35 3-8 7 0-0 9 0-2 17 4-7 21 2-3 200 23-50

FT-A REB PF 0-0 1 1 2-2 7 1 3-3 7 5 6-12 6 2 1-2 5 1 2-4 2 1 0-0 0 0 4-5 5 4 2-2 1 0 3 6-13 20-30 37 15

MP FG-A 21 1-3 34 3-5 19 1-3 33 3-7 36 6-12 25 7-10 4 0-0 12 0-0 12 0-0 11 2-7

3P-A 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-2 1-3 4-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3

200 23-47 26 27

3P-A 3-4 1-5 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

FT-A REB PF 0-2 4 4 5-5 6 3 5-6 1 5 3-4 5 4 1-3 1 2 0-0 3 0 0-0 1 1 0-0 0 3 0-0 0 1 0-0 0 2 1 7-15 14-20 22 25

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

BS 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

ST 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

TP 19 7 9 16 9 2 0 12 6

15

6

4

72

A TO 2 4 1 1 0 1 1 2 2 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0

BS 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

ST 3 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 1 1

TP 2 12 7 9 14 18 0 0 0 5

2

10

67

11

8

13

46 - 72 40 - 67

Attendance: 17,184 Technical Fouls: None Officials: R-Andre Patillo, U1-Tom Eades, U2-Mike Thibodeaux Tiger Dunks: 1 Memphis Deflections: 2 Memphis Second Chance Points: 9

Plays of the Game

Plays of the Game Murray State’s biggest lead was eight, 26-18, following a 30-footer by Rick Jones with 7:35 to play in the first half. The Tigers however would be inspired by a powerful one-hand jam by freshman Rodney Carney which sparked a 13-2 run. After Carney’s dunk, Anthony Rice would follow with a steal and a layup then John Grice knocked down a three-pointer to cut the Racers’ lead to one. Grice would give the Tigers a 29-28 lead on a rainbow jumper as the Tigers scored nine straight.

Notes ★ In just two games now, Chris Massie is averaging a double-double ... in the second half. In both games Massie has been limited by early foul trouble. But in the second half the senior is averaging 12.5 points and 10 rebounds while shooting 92 percent from the field (11-of-12). ★ In just two games, Massie has become the team’s co-leader in double-doubles. ★ Against Murray State Massie was 8-for-8 from the field marking the first time since Modibo Diarra went 5-for-5 against Kansas State two years ago to the day. ★ Memphis is now 2-0 when it is outrebounded by an opponent. Murray State outrebounded the Tigers by five, 44-39. Memphis was also outrebounded in its season opener against Syracuse (4543). ★ The Tigers shot just 15 percent from three-point range against Murray State making just 3-of20 shots from behind the arc. The U of M also shot less than 20 percent from behind the arc against Missouri and through nine games is shooting 30.5 percent. ★ Memphis ended calendar year 2002 with its third straight win and was 24-8 in ’02. It was the best year in U of M basketball history since the Tigers went 24-6 in 1995. The season included an NCAA Sweet 16 appearance and the’96 squad also advanced to the NCAA Tournament.

John Calipari Quotes “In the first half it just absolutely bothered me that Murray State came out with more desire, better execution. Obviously it looked like they had better players than we did. We were down eight. We didn’t put pressure on the ball. I coached the way I hate to coach. I should not have to coach desire and emotion. I should not have to do it.”

Earl Barron was fouled and knocked down a pair of free throws with 21.8 seconds to play to give Memphis a 68-67 lead. Arkansas took a timeout at halfcourt with 16.2 seconds on the clock to set up its offense. Michael Jones, who had knocked down four of his previous five three-pointers, got a screen and attempted a trey from the top of the arc. The ball caromed off the rim and John Grice grabbed the rebound and was fouled with 12.5 seconds to play. Grice would knock down both free throws and another errant field goal attempt resulted in a pair of free throws by Duane Erwin for the final score. In the final two minutes Billy Richmond twice scored on driving layups to answer for the Tigers. A three-point paly tied the game at 64-64 with 1:56 to play and after Jones hit a 21-footer, scored on another driving score to cut the Razorbacks’ lead to 67-64. When Dionisio Gomez missed two free throws with 37.5 seconds to play, the door opened a little wider for the Tigers’ comeback.

Notes ★ Memphis won for the first time in Fayetteville. The Tigers had lost five straight in Northwest Arkansas including all four of its previous games played in Bud Walton Arena. ★ The Arkansas game featured 14 lead changes and 11 ties, including nine ties in the second period. Prior to Earl Barron’s two free throws with 21.8 seconds to play to put the Tigers up 6867, Memphis’s last lead came on a three-point play by Billy Richmond to give the Tigers a 51-50 lead with 9:01 to play. ★ Memphis won for the first time this season when it trailed with five minutes to play (58-55). The Tigers had trailed at the 5:00 mark in both the Austin Peay and Missouri games. ★ Jeremy Hunt was dressed in warmups but did not play because of swelling of his left foot while Antonio Burks, who continues to be plagued by a pulled hamstring traveled to Fayetteville earlier in the day and played 21 minutes off the bench.

John Calipari Quotes “Let me tell you why I love this win. This was another game where we had to fight back. This team today did to us what no team has done all year. They scored at will. They were scoring every time down the floor. We were switching. We weren’t getting to men. We were leaving people open.”

Memphis Basketball★115


REVIEW Game 11

Game 12

Villanova Memphis

68 72

Tulane Memphis

The Pyramid ★ Memphis, Tenn. Jan. 5, 2003

The Pyramid ★ Memphis, Tenn. Jan. 7, 2003

Villanova (68) Ricky Wright Jason Fraser Derrick Snowden Randy Foye Gary Buchanan Andrew Sullivan Allan Ray Curtis Sumpter Marcus Austin TEAM TOTALS

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 22 4-7 0-0 0-0 4 4 16 1-2 0-0 1-3 6 5 19 1-3 1-3 0-0 1 4 34 5-11 1-3 2-2 4 3 31 6-12 3-7 0-0 2 0 28 3-4 0-0 0-0 3 3 27 5-10 1-3 4-5 2 1 13 2-3 1-1 0-0 4 4 10 0-2 0-0 0-0 3 4 0 200 27-54 7-17 7-10 29 28

Memphis (78) Rodney Carney John Grice Chris Massie Billy Richmond Anthony Rice Clyde Wade Antonio Burks Duane Erwin Earl Barron TEAM TOTALS

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 35 3-7 2-2 0-0 2 4 36 1-6 1-4 1-2 11 2 36 9-12 0-0 5-9 11 0 34 4-11 0-1 12-15 3 1 29 2-7 0-3 0-1 4 3 9 1-3 0-1 2-2 1 0 22 1-5 0-0 0-0 1 3 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 14 3-5 0-0 1-1 3 4 3 200 24-56 3-11 21-30 39 18

Villanova Memphis

35 39

73 85

A TO 1 3 2 5 3 3 5 6 2 5 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

BS 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

ST 0 2 0 1 3 0 3 0 1

TP 8 3 3 13 15 6 15 5 0

23

3

10

68

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

BS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ST 0 2 0 3 1 2 3 0 0

TP 8 4 23 20 4 4 2 0 7

0

11

72

16

12

22

33 - 68 33 - 72

Attendance: 18,350 Technical Fouls: None Officials: R-Jim Burr, U1-Curtis Shaw, U2-Frank Scagliotta Tiger Dunks: 0 Memphis Deflections: 8 Memphis Second Chance Points: 16

Plays of the Game With 1:00 to play, Billy Richmond was fouled and knocked down a pair of free throws to tie the game at 68-68. On Villanova’s end of the floor, Richmond would tie up a Villanova player for a loose ball and the possession belonged to the Tigers with 43.1 seconds to play. A leaning, baseline jumper by Richmond would give Memphis a 70-68 lead with 12.6 seconds to play and the sophomore guard would intercept a pass near the three-point line and ice the game with a second pair of free throws with 1.3 seconds on the clock.

Notes ★ After outrebounding Arkansas by 15, the Tigers out rebounded Villanova by 10. The Tigers would need every one of those boards to balance out the Wildcats’ 50 percent shooting, a first against a Memphis team this season. ★ Memphis shot 20 more free throws than Villanova did. The Tigers were 20-of-30 from the line and the 70-percent shooting clip was the team’s best since shooting 72.7 percent against Furman Dec. 7. ★ Memphis third-year coach John Calipari would record his 150th career win with the victory over Villanova. ★ The regionally-televised game by CBS was joined in progress following the network’s coverage of the AFC Wildcard Game. The Memphis-Villanova game was seen in approximately 75 percent of the network’s markets. ★ Memphis swept two games from two major colleges for the first time since the 1984-85 season. The Tigers defeated both Syracuse and Villanova out of the BIG EAST conference as well as posted wins against Southeastern Conference rivals Ole Miss and Arkansas. During the 198485 season, Memphis defeated Southern Cal and UCLA from the Pac-10 and Ole Miss and Mississippi State from the SEC.

John Calipari Quotes “Wow. Bottom line is Villanova played harder than we played. The way you can judge it is we struggled making a wing pass and they passed whenever they wanted to. They moved the ball around the court. “Let’s just be real. That’s a heck of a win under those circumstances on national television and being 8-2. I’d like to know if anyone in the country has five better wins than we do.”

Tulane (85) MP FG-A Brandon Brown 34 4-10 Nick Sinville 29 8-14 Brandon Spann 15 3-4 Waitari Marsh 37 7-15 Wayne Tinsley 31 3-7 Karl Hollingsworth 4 0-1 Marcus Kinzer 12 2-6 Byron Parker 18 0-3 Vytautas Tatarunas 9 2-3 Ivan Pjevcevic 8 0-4 George Brown 3 0-0 TEAM TOTALS 200 29-67

3P-A 2-3 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-1 0-3 0-0

Memphis (85) Rodney Carney John Grice Chris Massie Antonio Burks Anthony Rice Clyde Wade Duane Erwin Garrick Green Earl Barron Nathaniel Root Brian Mitchell Modibo Diarra TEAM TOTALS

3P-A 0-2 2-5 0-0 0-0 1-6 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

Tulane Memphis

MP FG-A 12 1-4 34 6-11 33 15-23 32 6-12 31 1-7 19 1-2 17 1-1 0+ 0-0 20 3-8 1 0-1 0+ 0-0 1 0-0 200 34-69 31 48

FT-A REB PF 0-2 3 2 1-6 7 3 5-6 2 1 1-1 2 5 3-4 5 1 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 2 0-0 1 1 1-2 3 2 0-0 2 1 0-0 0 1 4 4-13 11-21 29 19 FT-A REB PF 0-0 3 3 2-2 8 1 4-6 16 2 4-6 4 1 0-0 1 2 1-2 1 2 1-2 7 2 0-0 0 1 2-3 5 4 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 1 1 6 3-15 14-21 52 19

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

BS 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

ST 3 0 1 1 4 0 1 1 0 0 0

TP 10 17 11 16 9 0 4 0 6 0 0

10

3

11

73

A TO 2 0 5 5 3 4 4 1 4 4 3 0 3 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 26 18

BS 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

ST 0 0 2 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

TP 2 16 34 16 3 3 3 0 8 0 0 0

4

6

85

15

42 - 73 37 - 85

Attendance: 16,167 Technical Fouls: None. Officials: R-Steve Welmer, U1-Steve Olson, U2-Sam Croft Tiger Dunks: 1 Memphis Deflections: 4 Memphis Second Chance Points: 24

Plays of the Game Memphis’s lead was 28-26 when the Green Wave’s Brandon Spann made two free throws with 5:03 to play in the first half. At the time the Tigers were shooting 36 percent from the field. The U of M would close out the period with a 20-5 run in which the Tigers went 10-of-12 from the field. The U of M rebounded both of its missed attempts leading to a three-pointer by John Grice to start the run and a pair of free throws by Antonio Burks to end it as the Tigers took a 48-31 lead to the locker room.

Notes ★ During Memphis’s 20-5 run to end the first half, Antonio Burks had three field goals and two free throws accounting for eight of his season-high 16 points. ★ For the third straight game, Memphis was outstanding on the boards, outrebounding Tulane 52-29. At the half Memphis was outrebounding the Green Wave 26-12 and had 12 offensive boards to Tulane’s none. ★ For the second straight game Chris Massie set a career high for scoring, finishing with 34 points. Massie was 15-of-23 from the field, 4-for-6 from the free throw line and finished with 16 rebounds, three assists, a block and two steals. It was Memphis’s first 30-point game since Dajuan Wagner scored 32 in last year’s NIT and the most by a Tiger since Jimmy “Snap” Hunter scored 35 points against Saint Louis, Feb. 18, 1999. ★ Memphis is now 5-3 in Conference USA season openers and has won its last two. ★ The Tigers’ 26 assists marked a season high and the most ever in a Conference USA game and tied for fifth most in C-USA history.

John Calipari Quotes “I was really, really pleased. We are starting to get the feel that Chris Massie can catch anything within the vicinity. I’ve been saying it for I don’t know how long but today they are finally just saying, ‘If I can get it over that guy, he’ll catch it.”

116★Memphis Basketball


NOTES/NUMBERS Game 13

Game 14

Memphis Southern Miss

67 84

South Florida Memphis

Reed Green Coliseum ★ Hattiesburg, Miss. Jan. 11, 2003 Memphis (67) Billy Richmond John Grice Chris Massie Antonio Burks Anthony Rice Rodney Carney Duane Erwin Earl Barron TEAM TOTALS

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 29 8-14 0-3 1-4 10 4 26 2-6 0-4 0-0 2 2 27 7-12 0-0 5-9 8 4 36 6-9 0-0 1-4 3 2 38 2-13 1-10 0-0 5 2 18 2-6 1-4 0-1 6 2 17 1-1 0-0 0-2 2 1 9 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 1 200 29-63 2-21 7-20 37 18

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

Southern Miss (84)MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF Greg Johnson 33 9-19 0-2 4-4 10 3 Clement Carter 25 2-4 0-1 2-3 9 3 Charles Gaines 18 5-9 0-0 2-3 8 3 Dante Stiggers 29 3-7 0-1 0-0 3 1 Mario Myles 23 1-3 0-0 4-4 5 2 David Haywood 29 4-7 1-2 4-4 1 2 Jasper Johnson 22 5-10 2-4 5-6 1 1 James Pattman 11 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 2 Jason Forte 10 1-2 0-1 0-0 1 0 TEAM 2 TOTALS 200 30-63 3-11 21-24 41 17 Memphis Southern Miss

35 29

The Pyramid ★ Memphis, Tenn. Jan. 18, 2003

BS 0 0 1 1 1 2 4 2

ST 0 2 0 3 2 0 1 0

TP 17 4 19 13 5 5 2 2

13

11

8

67

A TO 0 2 2 2 0 1 7 0 3 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 0 0

BS 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

ST 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0

TP 22 6 12 6 6 13 17 0 2

2

4

84

8

16

11

75 74

32 - 67 55 - 84

South Florida (75) MP FG-A Terrence Leather 39 3-12 Yusuf Baker 27 6-7 Will McDonald 31 6-13 Jimmy Baxter 38 8-15 Reggie Kohn 36 4-8 Brian Swift 16 0-5 Brandon Brigman 1 0-0 Danny Oglesby 2 0-0 Gerrick Morris 10 0-0 TEAM TOTALS 200 27-60

3P-A 0-2 0-0 0-0 4-7 4-7 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

Memphis (74) Rodney Carney John Grice Chris Massie Jeremy Hunt Anthony Rice Clyde Wade Duane Erwin Billy Richmond Earl Barron TEAM TOTALS

3P-A 1-2 1-4 0-0 3-10 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0

South Florida Memphis

Attendance: 4,984 Technical Fouls: Memphis-Bench, 10:01, 1st. Officials: R-Larry Ware, U1-David Maracich, U2-Steve Pyatt Tiger Dunks: 0 Memphis Deflections: 6 Memphis Second Chance Points: 11

Plays of the Game Memphis led by six at halftime and had a 40-33 edge early in the second period before Southern Miss went on a 16-2 run. The Golden Eagles scored nine straight to take a 42-40 lead before Earl Barron tied the game at 42-42 with a jumper. At the other end of the floor, Jasper Johnson rebounded a USM miss and scored on a follow shot to start a 7-0 run. Memphis would get as close as 51-50 on an Antonio Burks jumper before a quick foul on Clement Carter led to a pair of free throws with 11:44 to play and the Tigers would not get any closer.

Notes ★ Memphis’s free throw shooting hit a season low as the Tigers shot a mere 35 percent from the line. The U of M’s 7-for-20 performance also included missed attempts on the front end of three one-and-one opportunities in the second period. The performance at the line dropped the Tigers’ season percentage to .630, 14th in the league. ★ While Memphis was shooting a millennium low from the free throw line in a regular-season game, Southern Miss was making 21-of-24 (.875), a season-high, against the Tigers. The Golden Eagles also outrebounded Memphis by four boards. ★ Memphis’s eight assists marked a season low while the Tigers’ 29 field goals tied for the third most this season. ★ Southern Miss dressed and played just nine players. Senior center Ben Lambert, who had started nine of the Golden Eagles’ first 12 games, was suspended and did not dress for the game. ★ Memphis continued to struggle in Reed Green Coliseum. The Tigers are now 10-12 in the building including 3-8 in its last 11 games played in the USM arena. ★ At 1-1 in Conference USA play, the Tigers are at .500 or below in league play for the first time since opening the 2000-01 season with a 75-67 loss to Southern Miss in The Pyramid. Memphis won its next six games after losing the opener.

John Calipari Quotes “What you witnessed was an absolute butt-whipping. We had some guys that just don’t understand that when you’re on the road, you do it with defense and rebounding. What they wanted to do was show their stuff. I hope this opened some of our guys’ eyes. This is what happens in league play, especially on the road.”

MP FG-A 16 2-4 32 2-9 36 8-14 38 6-17 27 2-8 2 0-1 4 0-0 32 4-12 13 2-3 200 26-68 30 33

FT-A REB PF 3-5 8 1 1-4 12 4 4-6 9 5 1-2 3 2 4-4 3 2 0-0 1 2 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 4 1 2 8-18 13-21 42 18 FT-A REB PF 1-2 3 2 2-2 11 2 6-7 14 3 3-4 3 3 0-0 1 3 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 4-8 5 3 0-0 3 1 1 6-21 16-23 41 17

A TO 4 1 1 2 3 5 4 3 3 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2

BS 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 2

ST 0 0 3 3 2 0 0 0 0

TP 9 13 16 21 16 0 0 0 0

18

6

8

75

A TO 0 2 2 0 1 4 6 5 4 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1

BS 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

ST 0 0 1 3 2 0 1 1 1

TP 6 7 22 18 5 0 0 12 4

2

9

74

15

17

13

45 - 75 41 - 74

Attendance: 15,871 Technical Fouls: None. Officials: R-Tom Harrington, U1-Mike Sanzere, U2-Michael Ashurst Tiger Dunks: 2 Memphis Deflections: 4 Memphis Second Chance Points: 11

Plays of the Game USF senior guard Reggie Kohn knocked down a couple three-pointers and Jimmy Baxter also scored from behind the arc then had a steal near midcourt and a drive for a basket as the Bulls opened the second half by outscore Memphis 19-6. After building a 10-point lead, 49-39, Jeremy Hunt popped a three-pointer but Kohn would answer with another triple. The Bulls were 5-of-6 from three-point range in the second half. South Florida led for most of the second half and had a 74-67 lead with 2:09 to play. A Billy Richmond free throw and a three-pointer by Hunt made the score 74-71 and Chris Massie’s two at the line with 45 seconds to play made it a one-point game. Memphis would have an opportunity to tie or win the final 30 seconds after Terrence Leather made just one of two at the line to make it 75-73. Hunt would make the first of two free throws with 7.7 seconds to play and Massie would tie up a USF player for the rebound. On the alternating possession, the Tigers out-of-bounds play went to Richmond who missed a 10-foot shot and Massie’s put back failed prior to the horn.

Notes ★ South Florida’s roster was depleted by injuries but the Bulls received stellar a stellar performance from freshman Yusuf Baker who scored 13 points and had 12 rebounds. Baker was averaging 2.5 points and 2.7 rebounds heading into the game. ★ USF outrebounded Memphis 42-41 but it was rebounding which helped get the Tigers back in the game late. The U of M outrebounded USF 15-6 in the final five minutes. ★ The win marked South Florida’s first in Memphis in nine tries and was the Bulls’ first on the road this season. ★ South Florida iced its first win in Memphis with near perfection at the free throw line in the final minutes. The Bulls were 8-of-10 in the final five minutes against the U of M after making just five of their first 10. In a 74-65 win over Southern Miss earlier in the week the Bulls knocked down their last 13 from the line.

John Calipari Quotes “Let me just say this, again in the guts of the game, when we needed intensity and energy, they got rebounds. They raced down the floor and beat us to balls. They made threes and we plugged the ball.”

Memphis Basketball★117


REVIEW Game 15

Game 16

Houston Memphis

66 77

Memphis Saint Louis

The Pyramid ★ Memphis, Tenn. Jan. 22, 2003

Savvis Center ★ St. Louis, Mo. Jan. 25, 2003

Houston (66) MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF Louis Truscott 38 8-15 0-0 4-6 9 3 Anwar Ferguson 22 1-2 0-0 2-2 2 1 Jarrett Sidney 24 4-6 2-4 0-0 1 3 Andre Owens 39 7-17 4-8 4-7 8 2 Bryan Shelton 33 2-4 0-2 0-0 2 3 Jeremee McGuire 21 3-6 0-0 0-3 5 4 Dwight Jones, II 7 0-3 0-2 0-0 0 2 Cedrick Hensley 16 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 3 TEAM 3 TOTALS 200 25-55 6-16 10-18 31 21 Memphis (77) Chris Massie Rodney Carney Earl Barron Jeremy Hunt Anthony Rice Clyde Wade Duane Erwin Billy Richmond John Grice TEAM TOTALS Houston Memphis

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 38 7-13 0-0 8-13 16 4 27 4-10 3-6 3-4 5 2 20 1-4 0-0 0-0 3 3 21 0-3 0-2 1-2 2 2 33 4-7 3-6 0-0 1 1 8 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 1 5 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 25 3-7 0-1 1-4 2 3 23 6-9 3-3 3-4 6 2 1 200 26-55 9-19 16-27 39 18 32 41

66 69

A TO 0 1 0 0 4 0 6 3 3 3 0 4 0 1 0 1 1 13 14

BS 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0

ST 2 1 3 2 1 1 0 0

TP 20 4 10 22 4 6 0 0

4

10

66

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

BS 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

ST 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0

TP 22 14 2 1 11 0 2 7 18

3

6

77

19

15

34 - 66 36 - 77

Attendance: 15,142 Technical Fouls: None. Officials: R-Sam Croft, U1-Mark Whitehead, U2-Steve Pyatt Tiger Dunks: 1 Memphis Deflections: 4 Memphis Second Chance Points: 11

Plays of the Game A turnover on Memphis’s first possession of the second half led to a Sidney Jarrett three-pointer to cut Memphis’s lead to 41-35. U of M rookie Rodney Carney, who was 2-for-8 in previous C-USA games from behind the arc, knocked down back-to-back three-pointers to give the Tigers a 47-35 lead, their first double-figure advantage in the game. As a team, Memphis was shooting 28.6 percent from three-point range for the year but against the Cougars were 9-for-19 (.474), including 4-for-7 in the second half.

Notes ★ Memphis senior center Chris Massie registered his sixth double-double of the season, scoring 22 points to go with 16 rebounds. The game marked a one-on-one battle between two of the league’s top big men. Houston’s Louis Truscott scored 20 points and had nine rebounds while shooting 8-of-15 from the field. Truscott entered the game as the league’s leader in rebounds averaging 12.2 boards per game. ★ Memphis shot 47.3 percent from the field and a point higher from three-point range (47.4). It was the Tigers’ best overall shooting performance since the squad connected on 49.3 percent of its shots against Tulane. The game marked a season high for shooting from behind the arc and one of just three games in which the Tigers had shot better than 45 percent from three-point range. ★ With both John Grice and Billy Richmond not starting, the Tigers’ bench scored a season-high 27 points. Grice’s 18 points tied for the second most in the senior’s career. ★ Houston had won three of its previous four games against Memphis played in The Pyramid and four of its last six in the arena. The Cougars also defeated Marquette in the 2000 Conference USA Tournament played in Memphis. ★ Antonio Burks, who did not practice with the team a week earlier, did not dress for a second game. Burks’ mother continues to recover from what originally was an abscessed tooth which turned into a life-threatening situation and the junior did not practice for several days leading up to the Tigers’ previous game with South Florida.

John Calipari Quotes “I was happy with our effort. We were a little sloppy. But I’m not worried about that. The thing we lost in the last two games was an aggressive style of play. (Our guys) came to play. Every guy out there gave us a good effort.

Memphis (66) Chris Massie Rodney Carney Earl Barron Jeremy Hunt Anthony Rice Clyde Wade Antonio Burks Duane Erwin Billy Richmond John Grice Modibo Diarra TEAM TOTALS Saint Louis (69) Chris Sloan Kenny Brown Josh Fisher Marque Perry Anthony Drejaj Drew Diener Izik Ohanon Chris Braun TEAM TOTALS Memphis Saint Louis

MP FG-A 25 2-4 27 5-6 18 2-4 24 5-10 34 4-10 1 0-0 31 5-10 9 0-0 7 0-5 18 0-1 6 0-0 200 23-50 MP FG-A 31 4-6 28 3-4 31 3-6 37 6-11 32 1-6 20 4-4 9 0-1 12 1-4 200 22-42 29 33

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

FT-A REB PF 0-0 5 3 0-0 5 1 2-2 5 4 6-7 1 3 1-2 2 2 0-0 0 1 1-1 2 4 0-0 0 3 0-0 0 1 1-2 0 1 0-0 1 0 3 9-18 11-14 24 23

3P-A FT-A REB PF 0-1 3-4 7 2 0-0 0-8 5 4 0-3 2-2 2 0 1-1 11-12 2 1 0-2 1-2 3 3 4-4 1-2 1 2 0-0 0-0 1 3 0-0 2-2 1 0 6 5-11 20-32 28 15

A TO 0 4 2 1 1 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 4 2 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0

BS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

ST 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0

TP 4 14 6 18 11 0 12 0 0 1 0

13

1

6

66

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

BS 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

ST 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 0

TP 11 6 8 24 3 13 0 4

3

6

69

12

11

10

37 - 66 36 - 69

Attendance: 9,181 Technical Fouls: None. Officials: R-Steve Welmer, U1-Terry Moore, U2-Art McDonald Tiger Dunks: 0 Memphis Deflections: 3 Memphis Second Chance Points: 7

Plays of the Game Jeremy Hunt pulled the Tigers to within two points, 62-60, with two minutes to play. After neither team scored on their next possession, Marque Perry’s layup extended Saint Louis’s lead to 64-60 with 31.4 seconds to play. Hunt would make three free throws with 16.6 seconds to play before Perry answered with a pair to give SLU a 66-63 lead. After Anthony Rice missed a three-pointer, Drew Diener made the second of two free throws to give SLU a 67-63 lead. Antonio Burks knocked down a three-pointer with just over a second to play. After a Memphis foul and the officiating crew reviewing a monitor and determining there should be 1.2 seconds on the clock, Perry connected on another pair of free throws. Memphis would run a last-second play with Rice getting a good look at the basket but his shot from over 30 feet out managed only to draw the front iron.

Notes ★ Memphis got into foul trouble early and never completely recovered. Chris Massie picked up his second personal foul with 16:46 to play in the first half. Duane Erwin had three first-half fouls and Earl Barron was whistled for his fourth foul with 16:38 to play. Memphis was whistled for eight more fouls than the Billikens who shot 32 free throws to the Tigers’ 14. ★ Massie’s inside game never got on track as the senior center scored a season-low four points and five rebounds. He was just 2-for-4 from the field. ★ Memphis continued to struggle in day games, falling to 12-21 in games over the past five seasons which tipoff prior to 6 p.m. ★ Saint Louis, which opened Conference USA play with four straight losses including a 72-59 decision at Houston, posted its first league win against the Tigers after having a week to prepare. SLU is now 3-0 on the year when it has a week to prepare for a game.

John Calipari Quotes “This is one of the few games we have had a full compliment of players. We have had 12 different starting lineups. This guys not playing. This guy is hurt. We just have to start playing together. I thought we had some better energy by some of our players today. That’s a good sign. We gave ourselves a chance to win at the end. That’s a fairly good sign. It’s a long season. We have to finish strong and we will.”

118★Memphis Basketball


NOTES/NUMBERS Game 17

Game 18

Southern Miss Memphis

62 80

East Carolina Memphis

The Pyramid ★ Memphis, Tenn. Feb. 1, 2003

The Pyramid ★ Memphis, Tenn. Feb. 4, 2003

Southern Miss (62)MP FG-A David Haywood 33 4-10 Greg Johnson 28 3-11 Charles Gaines 34 5-10 Dante Stiggers 36 4-8 Mario Myles 23 2-6 Jasper Johnson 20 3-5 James Pattman 4 0-0 Clement Carter 3 0-0 Jason Forte 19 1-3 TEAM TOTALS 200 22-53

3P-A 3-6 0-2 0-0 1-2 1-3 2-3 0-0 0-0 1-2

FT-A REB PF 0-0 2 1 3-4 7 0 7-9 9 1 0-0 4 2 0-0 2 3 0-0 1 0 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 1 1 3 8-18 10-13 30 8

13

Memphis (80) Chris Massie Rodney Carney Earl Barron Antonio Burks Anthony Rice Jeremy Hunt Duane Erwin Billy Richmond John Grice TEAM TOTALS

3P-A 0-0 3-5 0-0 0-1 5-9 1-1 0-0 0-0 5-8

Southern Miss Memphis

MP FG-A 28 8-13 20 3-5 21 2-5 35 5-13 30 5-9 14 1-2 9 1-1 22 2-7 21 6-11

200 33-66 14-24 30 40

49 73

FT-A REB PF 0-1 9 3 0-0 3 0 0-0 10 2 0-0 3 1 0-0 3 1 0-0 0 2 0-0 2 2 0-0 2 0 0-0 1 1 2 0-1 35 12

A TO 4 1 1 2 1 5 3 2 3 4 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0

BS 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ST 2 3 2 0 0 1 0 0 0

TP 11 9 17 9 5 8 0 0 3

17

1

8

62

A TO 2 3 4 0 1 0 12 3 3 2 1 1 0 0 2 2 1 2

BS 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

ST 2 1 1 4 1 1 0 0 0

TP 16 9 4 10 15 3 2 4 17

4

10

80

26

13

32 - 62 40 - 80

Attendance: 16,351 Technical Fouls: None. Officials: R-Larry Ware, U1-John Hampton, U2-Gerry Pollard Tiger Dunks: 0 Memphis Deflections: 8 Memphis Second Chance Points: 8

Plays of the Game Chris Massie would miss on a dunk attempt but get his own rebound and kick the ball out to Antonio Burks. Burks would miss a short jumper but this time Rodney Carney would come down with the offensive board and would benefit from the Tigers’ working the ball around knocking down a threepointer on an assist from Burks to give Memphis a 53-42 lead with 12:33 to play. The trey capped a 7-0 run and was part of a bigger 19-4 stretch for the Tigers.

Notes ★ Memphis came one three-pointer shy of tying a school record as the Tigers made 14 treys against Southern Miss. Both John Grice (5-for-8) and Anthony Rice (5-for-9) had big days from beyond the arc while Rodney Carney was 3-for-5 and Jeremy Hunt knocked down his lone threepoint attempt. Memphis had never had two players score five threes in the same game. ★ Memphis opened the game with a 13-0 run, making five of its first six shots for the game including a trio of three-pointers, including two by Carney. It was the first time Memphis had enjoyed a double-figure lead in a game since its C-USA opener. ★ Memphis won despite shooting just one free throw. Chris Massie missed the back end of a three-point opportunity with 10:57 to play. USM was whistled for eight fouls. ★ Earl Barron had 10 rebounds against the Golden Eagles, his first double-figure rebounding outing since a 26-point, 10-board effort against Austin Peay. The senior had finished with no more than five rebounds in the Tigers’ previous five C-USA games. ★ Prior to tipoff, The University of Memphis basketball program dedicated its locker room facility in The Pyramid in memory of Memphis sports writer Dennis Freeland. Freeland was diagnosed with a brain tumor in the summer of 2001 and passed away Jan. 6, 2002. He was named the Flyer sports editor in 1991 and became managing editor in 1992. He was named editor of the weekly publication in 1995.

John Calipari Quotes “I thought it was a good win. I loved our intensity. We had a good week of practice. The guys really responded. They responded to each other. When I was walking out of the arena people were saying, ‘that’s the way you play basketball.’ I want to tell everybody it took us three weeks. Sometimes misery enjoys company. It took us three weeks to kind of move to where we did not want to go.”

East Carolina (49) MP FG-A Erroyl Bing 27 0-7 Gabriel Mikulas 33 6-13 Moussa Badiane 17 3-6 Belton Rivers 27 2-6 Travis Holcomb-Faye 27 1-8 Luke Mackay 11 1-6 Corey Rouse 16 2-6 Devin Boddie 2 0-0 Derrick Wiley 22 2-7 Jonathan Moore 13 1-3 Barrett Twitty 1 0-0 Garth Grindley 4 1-2 TEAM TOTALS 200 19-64

3P-A 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-4 1-2 1-4 1-2 0-0 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-0

Memphis (73) Rodney Carney Duane Erwin Chris Massie Antonio Burks Anthony Rice Clyde Wade Jeremy Hunt John Grice Nathaniel Root Modibo Diarra TEAM TOTALS

3P-A 4-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 3-8 0-0 4-8 0-3 0-1 0-0

East Carolina Memphis

MP FG-A 31 8-15 14 0-2 32 4-8 28 3-9 29 4-10 6 1-3 25 4-8 22 1-6 0+ 0-1 13 1-1

6-15

FT-A REB PF 0-2 7 1 2-2 5 3 0-0 3 5 0-0 0 1 0-0 1 0 2-2 3 1 0-1 6 2 0-0 0 1 1-4 6 1 0-0 4 0 0-0 1 0 0-0 2 1 5 5-11 43 16

FT-A REB PF 2-2 5 2 0-0 0 3 2-2 16 1 0-0 4 0 2-2 4 4 0-0 0 0 3-5 2 0 0-0 5 3 0-0 0 0 1-2 2 1 3 200 26-63 11-28 10-13 40 14 27 39

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

BS 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

ST 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

TP 0 14 6 6 3 5 5 0 5 3 0 2

15

2

5

49

A TO 0 0 0 1 4 1 6 2 3 1 2 0 3 2 1 1 0 0 1 1

BS 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

ST 1 1 4 0 1 1 0 1 0 0

TP 22 0 10 6 13 2 15 2 0 3

6

6

73

12

20

9

22 - 49 34 - 73

Attendance: 16,006 Technical Fouls: None. Officials: R-Ed Hightower, U1-Steve Olson, U2-Kerry Sitton Tiger Dunks: 1 Memphis Deflections: 3 Memphis Second Chance Points: 6

Plays of the Game Rodney Carney came from nowhere, soaring for a tip-in of a missed John Grice three-pointer to give Memphis a 33-22 lead with 3:42 to play in the first half. Carney’s putback capped a 15-4 run by the Tigers as the club broke an 18-18 tie. Carney scored a career-high 22 points starting with a pair of three-pointers and was 8-for-15 from the field including 4-for-8 from behind the arc. He also had three blocks in the game.

Notes ★ Senior center Earl Barron rolled an ankle during shootaround earlier in the day. He will miss at least the next 10 days because of the third-degree sprain. Sophomore guard Billy Richmond also did not dress for the game nor practiced the day before because of the flu. ★ Memphis was 11-of-28 from three-point range against East Carolina. The Tigers have now knocked down 25 three-pointers over their last two games. The Tigers jumped out to a quick, 90 lead against ECU as Carney drilled two and Anthony Rice added another on the U of M’s first three possessions. ★ Under John Calipari Memphis is now 17-0 when holding opponents under 60 points and 50 when teams score less than 50. ★ With Memphis’s win coupled with UAB’s double-overtime loss at Southern Miss and Tulane’s road win at Houston, the Tigers ended the day in a three-way tie for first place in Conference USA’s National Division. ★ The game marked Memphis’s first meeting against East Carolina. The Pirates, in their second season in Conference USA, fell to 0-13 in C-USA road games over the past two seasons.

John Calipari Quotes “That was a good defensive effort. I thought we made everything hard on them, which is what we were trying to do. I wasn’t happy with our rebounding. It was just one or two players who just would not go get balls which gave them opportunities that we could have shut them out on. But all in all, 20 assists and nine turns. That is what you are looking for.”

Memphis Basketball★119


REVIEW Game 19

Game 20

Memphis TCU

84 69

Memphis Tulane

Daniel-Meyer Coliseum ★ Fort Worth, Texas. Feb. 8, 2003 Memphis (84) Chris Massie Rodney Carney Duane Erwin Antonio Burks Anthony Rice Clyde Wade Jeremy Hunt Billy Richmond John Grice Nathaniel Root Modibo Diarra TEAM TOTALS

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 32 4-7 0-0 6-6 11 2 30 4-10 3-8 2-5 1 2 19 4-4 0-0 2-2 4 4 34 5-8 0-1 2-2 2 1 25 4-11 3-9 1-2 2 4 8 0-2 0-1 0-0 3 1 9 1-5 0-4 0-0 0 5 14 0-2 0-1 1-4 2 1 27 6-9 5-7 3-3 8 3 0+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 200 28-58 11-31 17-24 35 23

18

TCU (69) Jamal Brown Corey Valsin Bingo Merriex Corey Santee Junior Blount Nucleus Smith James Davis Marcus Sloan David Markley Chudi Chinweze Brian Carter TEAM TOTALS

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 18 1-4 0-0 2-2 4 4 24 4-6 2-3 1-2 6 4 32 6-13 4-6 0-0 3 2 32 3-10 1-6 2-3 4 2 34 4-8 3-4 5-6 1 2 24 0-1 0-0 8-10 1 2 5 0-0 0-0 0-2 1 0 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 25 0-0 0-0 5-8 2 3 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 5 200 18-42 10-19 23-33 29 19

Memphis TCU

46 33

A TO 1 2 1 1 1 1 9 2 1 2 2 0 0 3 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 0

58 57

Fogelman Arena ★ New Orleans, La. Feb. 13, 2003

BS 0 1 3 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

ST 0 0 0 2 1 1 2 2 2 0 0

TP 14 13 10 12 12 0 2 1 20 0 0

14

7

10

84

A TO 0 0 0 0 1 3 7 6 3 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 0 0 2 14 19

BS 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ST 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

TP 4 11 16 9 16 8 0 0 0 5 0

1

5

69

38 - 84 36 - 69

Attendance: 6,041 Technical Fouls: None. Officials: R-Danny Hooker, U1-Rick Randall, U2-Paul Janssen Tiger Dunks: 1 Memphis Deflections: 10 Memphis Second Chance Points: 11

Plays of the Game Memphis began the second half much like it ended the first. The Tigers enjoyed a 12-3 run heading into the break capped by a John Grice three-pointer to run the U of M’s lead to 46-33 at the break. After missing his three, first-half shot attempts, Rodney Carney drilled a pair of three-pointers as the Tigers stretched the lead to 53-34 in the opening minutes of the second half.

Notes ★ For the first time this season Memphis had six players score in double figures including all five starters. John Grice came off the bench to score a game-high 20 points as he knocked down 5-of7 three-pointers. ★ Sophomore Duane Erwin had a perfect game shooting, going 4-for-4 from the field and 2-for2 at the line. He scored six of the Tigers’ first 11 points and finished with 10 points, four rebounds and three blocks. ★ Antonio Burks came an assist shy of his second straight double-double scoring 12 points to go along with nine assists, two steals and two blocks. He turned the ball over just two times in 34 minutes of play. ★ Memphis continued to rain down three-pointers at a double-figure pace as the Tigers made 11 treys, tying for fifth best in school history. The U of M has now made 11 three-pointers in each of its last three games. ★ In the first half the Tigers were deadly at the line making 10-of-10 and finished with a respectable 70.8 percentage from the free throw line. A 14-point, 11-rebound effort by Chris Massie included a 6-for-6 performance at the line.

John Calipari Quotes “We’re having to take more threes than any other team I have coached and it’s based on having someone like Shaq on our team and they’re putting nine guys around him. The one comment I made to our team after the game is ‘you have to realize how hard it is for Chris Massie right now. He’s got three guys hanging on him ... two pushing him in the back and one locking down on him and he’s being unselfish and throwing it back to you guys. When he’s open, you must deliver the ball.’”

Memphis (58) Rodney Carney Duane Erwin Chris Massie Antonio Burks Anthony Rice Clyde Wade Jeremy Hunt Billy Richmond John Grice Modibo Diarra Team TOTALS Tulane (57) Brandon Brown Ivan Pjevcevic Brandon Brown Waitari Marsh Wayne Tinsley Marcus Kinzer Nick Sinville Byron Parker Quincy Davis Team TOTALS Memphis Tulane

MP FG-A 25 3-6 17 2-5 35 6-12 27 2-6 30 2-8 8 0-2 9 0-2 21 4-9 26 3-12 2 1-1

3P-A 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-2 0-3 3-8 0-0

200 23-63

6-22

MP FG-A 31 1-6 15 2-3 33 2-8 35 9-17 33 2-4 14 1-2 19 3-8 4 0-0 16 2-4

3P-A 0-2 2-2 1-3 2-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

200 22-52

5-13

34 26

FT-A REB PF 2-2 3 2 0-0 3 3 4-6 12 2 0-0 0 2 0-0 8 3 0-0 0 2 0-0 0 1 0-2 7 1 0-0 3 0 0-0 0 1 4 6-10 40 17

A TO 0 0 2 1 4 5 3 0 4 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 17 11

BS 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

ST 1 1 1 1 1 2 0 3 0 0

TP 10 4 16 4 5 0 0 8 9 2

5

10

58

FT-A REB PF 0-2 5 3 0-0 4 0 5-6 3 1 0-0 5 1 0-0 4 1 1-2 0 0 1-3 5 2 0-0 0 0 1-2 9 2 3 8-15 38 10

A TO 0 1 2 0 6 2 3 5 2 6 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

BS 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 4

ST 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 1 0

TP 2 6 10 20 4 3 7 0 2

8

7

57

14

16

24 - 58 31 - 57

Attendance: 3,155 Technical Fouls: Memphis-Rice, 16:42, 2nd. Officials: R-Jim Burr, U1-Tom O’Neill, U2-Ted Hillary Tiger Dunks: 1 Memphis Deflections: 7 Memphis Second Chance Points: 11

Plays of the Game John Grice had two good looks at the basket and knocked down a pair of three-pointers late in the game to catapult the Tigers to a 58-57 win at Tulane. After Quincy Davis made just one of two free throws to give the Green Wave a 54-52 lead with 3:52 to play, Grice knocked down the first trey to give Memphis a 55-54 lead with 3:38 to play. The Green Wave regained the lead with a Waitari Marsh layin at the 3:19 mark. After a missed three-point attempt by Rodney Carney, Anthony Rice was able to steal the ball from Marsh on the Tulane end then toss a pass to Grice for another trey to give the Tigers a 58-56 lead. Memphis would later miss an opportunity to stretch the lead when the squad couldn’t get off a good shot before the 35-second clock expired but Tulane would not get a shot off in the final 18 seconds of the game.

Notes ★ For the first time this season Memphis used the same starting lineup for three games. The Tigers have used 14 different lineups this season but the Tulane game marked the third straight in which it used the starting five of Rodney Carney, Duane Erwin, Chris Massie, Antonio Burks and Anthony Rice. ★ While John Grice came up with two key three-pointers late, the Tigers had just six three-point field goals on the night. It was the fewest treys since the South Florida game six games earlier in midJanuary. ★ Tulane had been averaging 1,948 per game in Fogelman Arena but with the Tigers in town and first place in the National Division on the line, the Wave announced a crowd of 3,155 for the Memphis game. ★ Since Tulane moved its entire conference schedule back on campus in Fogelman Arena from the five-year old downtown New Orleans Arena, Memphis is 3-0 on Freret Street.

John Calipari Quotes “I going to say Tulane played well and we let some things slip a little bit and they came right after us. But the bottom line is we won and we’re 15-5 and 6-3 in conference. I’m into the thing now one point, two point, it doesn’t really matter. We won.”

120★Memphis Basketball


NOTES/NUMBERS Game 21

Game 22

UAB Memphis

70 94

Memphis Louisville

The Pyramid ★ Memphis, Tenn. Feb. 15, 2003

Freedom Hall ★ Louisville, Ky. Feb. 19, 2003

UAB (70) Gabe Kennedy Demario Eddins Sidney Ball Eric Bush Morris Finley Jeffrey Collins Derrick Broom Lee Cobb Tony Johnson Richard Jones Cedric Davis Brandon Tobias TEAM TOTALS

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 22 2-5 0-0 3-4 7 3 25 4-10 0-2 4-5 3 1 20 0-3 0-2 0-0 7 2 29 3-6 0-2 0-0 4 2 23 5-16 4-9 4-4 2 1 14 1-4 0-0 0-3 3 3 3 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 8 0-3 0-3 0-0 0 2 13 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 0 21 6-14 2-6 2-2 4 2 13 1-1 0-0 0-2 2 2 9 0-2 0-0 4-6 2 3 1 1 200 23-66 7-26 17-26 35 22

Memphis (94) Rodney Carney Duane Erwin Chris Massie Antonio Burks Anthony Rice Clyde Wade Jeremy Hunt Billy Richmond Garrick Green John Grice Nathaniel Root Brian Mitchell Modibo Diarra TEAM TOTALS

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 26 5-11 4-9 1-1 4 2 13 0-1 0-0 0-0 6 3 32 5-9 0-0 2-3 12 3 33 13-16 0-0 1-1 4 1 25 4-6 4-5 0-0 1 1 6 0-0 0-0 1-2 1 1 20 2-3 0-1 4-7 1 1 8 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 27 6-10 4-7 1-2 4 4 2 0-3 0-3 0-0 0 0 0+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 8 1-1 0-0 0-2 3 4 2 200 36-61 12-25 10-18 38 20

UAB Memphis

31 39

80 73

A TO 1 1 1 7 2 1 4 1 0 2 1 4 0 0 1 0 3 0 1 1 1 0 0 0

BS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ST 1 1 2 3 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 1

TP 7 12 0 6 18 2 0 0 3 16 2 4

Memphis (80) Rodney Carney Duane Erwin Chris Massie Antonio Burks Anthony Rice Clyde Wade Jeremy Hunt Billy Richmond John Grice Earl Barron TEAM TOTALS

17

0

13

70

A TO 0 2 0 2 3 9 10 2 2 1 0 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

BS 1 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

TP 15 0 12 27 12 1 8 0 0 17 0 0 2

Louisville (73) MP FG-A Ellis Myles 30 3-6 Francisco Garcia 27 4-6 Marvin Stone 20 4-10 Taquan Dean 24 1-2 Reece Gaines 37 5-18 Kendall Dartez 9 0-0 Bryant Northern 7 0-1 Alhaji Mohammed 0+ 0-0 Simeon Naydenov 0+ 0-1 Luke Whitehead 21 1-4 Erik Brown 20 1-4 Larry O’Bannon 5 0-1 Otis George 0+ 0-0 TEAM TOTALS 200 19-53

6

9

94

15

19

22

39 - 70 55 - 94

Attendance: 17,166 Technical Fouls: UAB-Bench, 14:47, 2nd; Memphis-Burks, 10:32, 1st. Officials: R-Larry Ware, U1-Kyle Neve, U2-Brad Ferrie. Tiger Dunks: 3 Memphis Deflections: 10 Memphis Second Chance Points: 4

Plays of the Game With less than eight minutes to play Antonio Burks went the length of the court after a steal for an uncontested layin. He would tip the ensuing inbounds pass, Rodney Carney grabbed the ball and would go up over a defender for a jam which electrified the crowd. Carney would add a free throw after being fouled on the play and the Tigers’ lead was 83-59.

Notes ★ Memphis outrebounded UAB 38-35 for the game but the Blazers dominated the boards early, pulling down eight of the game’s first nine rebounds. UAB had four offensive rebounds in the first five minutes. Heading into the game, UAB had been outrebounded by a 4.8 mark which ranked at the bottom of Conference USA. ★ Memphis scored 17 unanswered points in the second half to take a 59-38 lead. It was the biggest run of the season for the Tigers. ★ The Tigers’ shot a season-high 59 percent for the game, including 62.5 percent in the second half. The U of M would convert on 12-of-25 three-pointers (48 percent) mark. Memphis has had two of the school’s top five three-point outings and four of the top 10 during the current five-game winning streak. ★ Memphis recognized the Tigers’ 1973 NCAA Final Four team at halftime of the game as this year marks the 30th anniversary of the U of M’s first Final Four appearance. Among the players introduced at halftime were Larry Finch, Ronnie Robinson, Larry Kenon, Bill Laurie, Wes Westfall and coach Gene Bartow.

Memphis Louisville

MP FG-A 23 2-3 11 1-1 29 5-13 30 6-14 29 2-5 2 0-0 17 3-6 20 2-4 22 1-3 17 1-4

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

FT-A REB PF 6-8 5 2 0-0 0 1 2-2 11 4 4-8 4 4 2-2 3 4 0-0 0 0 4-8 1 2 0-3 2 5 8-11 8 4 5-6 11 1 2 3-9 31-48 47 27

200 23-53

35 31

3P-A 0-1 3-5 0-0 1-2 1-9 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-0

FT-A REB PF 1-2 4 3 6-6 2 5 2-2 2 5 2-2 3 5 8-12 5 3 0-0 2 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0 0 5-6 0 0 4-4 6 4 2-2 3 3 0-0 2 5 0-0 0 0 2 5-23 30-36 31 34

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

BS 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

ST 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0

TP 12 2 12 16 7 0 10 4 10 7

15

3

4

80

A TO 1 2 0 2 2 2 0 0 7 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

BS 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

ST 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

TP 7 17 10 5 19 0 0 0 5 6 4 0 0

6

5

73

11

11

13

45 - 80 42 - 73

Attendance: 19,786 Technical Fouls: Memphis-Richmond, :45, 1st, Memphis-Grice, :50, 2nd. Officials: R-Tim Higgins, U1-Jim Burr, U2-Curtis Shaw. Tiger Dunks: 1 Memphis Deflections: 9 Memphis Second Chance Points: 18

Plays of the Game Memphis’s defense locked down on Louisville especially over the final 10 minutes of the second half. Francisco Garcia’s jumper with 10:49 to play gave the Cardinals a 56-53 lead with 10:49 to play. The Cards missed on their next 11 shots attempts including seven three-pointers. Meanwhile Antonio Burks tied the game at 59-59 with 8:28 to play on a fast-break layin when he split two U of L defenders, and after two free throws by John Grice, Burks would drive again for another layup off a defensive rebound by Earl Barron and the Tigers’ lead was 63-59. With the shot clock winding down, Jeremy Hunt drove inside for a layin and in the process fouled out Louisville center Marvin Stone who finished with 10 points and two rebounds. Hunt’s basket gave Memphis a 69-63 lead.

Notes ★ Memphis began the game by missing their first six free throws and despite shooting 38.5 percent in the first half (5-of-13), managed to come back and shoot better than their average making 31-of-48 attempts (.646). The Tigers made 13-of-16 over the last four minutes of the game. ★ Memphis’s 48 free throw attempts tied a C-USA league game record. ★ Louisville and Memphis have been two of C-USA’s best outside shooting teams but combined for just eight three-pointers in the game. The Cardinals shot just 21.7 percent from three-point range. ★ Louisville entered the game ranked fourth in the Associated Press poll and third in the ESPN/ USA Today poll. The win marked the Tigers’ first win over a top five team since defeating then, No. 4 Michigan at the Rainbow Classic Dec. 28, 1996.

John Calipari Quotes

John Calipari Quotes “Obviously, if you shoot the ball that way you are going to score 90-something points. What I’m saying to you is we could have shot 42 percent and won the game today because again we guarded. We held them to 34 percent from the floor.”

“Both teams fought like crazy and it was a good ball game. We wanted to grind it. If you can get up and down with his (Pitino) teams, you are not winning. I didn’t know if we could win the game but some of my players told me firmly that we could win this game.”

Memphis Basketball★121


REVIEW Game 23

Game 24

Memphis South Florida

73 66

TCU Memphis

USF Sun Dome ★ Tampa, Fla. Feb. 22, 2003

The Pyramid ★ Memphis, Tenn. Feb. 26, 2003

Memphis (73) Rodney Carney Duane Erwin Earl Barron Antonio Burks Anthony Rice Chris Massie Jeremy Hunt Billy Richmond John Grice TEAM TOTALS

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 28 1-7 1-6 1-2 7 1 19 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 3 17 1-2 1-1 6-6 2 4 36 3-10 0-0 5-6 3 1 22 3-11 2-6 0-2 2 2 30 5-10 0-0 5-5 10 3 17 2-6 2-3 2-2 3 1 13 1-4 0-1 0-0 4 2 18 5-16 2-10 4-4 11 3 2 200 21-66 8-27 23-27 45 20

South Florida (66) Jimmy Baxter Yusuf Baker Will McDonald Danny Oglesby Reggie Kohn Brian Swift Brandon Brigman Gerrick Morris Terrence Leather TEAM TOTALS

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 38 5-17 2-8 1-2 8 1 16 2-3 0-0 0-2 7 4 37 7-15 0-0 7-11 11 4 13 1-3 1-3 2-2 1 3 30 0-3 0-3 2-2 2 4 30 5-10 2-4 3-3 3 4 2 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 19 3-3 0-0 0-0 5 1 15 0-3 0-3 0-2 4 2 3 200 23-59 5-21 15-24 44 23

Memphis South Florida

32 24

64 88

A TO 0 1 0 0 1 2 8 3 0 0 2 2 1 0 2 1 0 0

BS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ST 2 0 0 1 2 1 1 1 3

TP 4 0 9 11 8 15 8 2 16

9

0

11

73

A TO 1 2 0 3 1 8 0 1 7 0 5 0 0 0 0 3 0 1

BS 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

ST 2 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0

TP 13 4 21 5 2 15 0 6 0

2

6

66

14

14

18

41 - 73 42 - 66

Attendance: 5,808 Technical Fouls: Memphis-Burks, 5:10, 1st. Officials: R-Steve Olson, U1-Stephen Pyatt, U2-Dan Christman Tiger Dunks: 1 Memphis Deflections: 8 Memphis Second Chance Points: 15

Plays of the Game Jeremy Hunt saved an errant pass from going out of bounds by diving into the courtside seating and tipping the ball to Antonio Burks. The possession would end with Billy Richmond driving inside and feeding Earl Barron who was fouled then ended up making two free throws to cut South Florida’s lead to 47-43 with 8:52 to play. Memphis would begin a 20-3 run with the possession to build an 11-point lead. Memphis still trailed 50-47 when John Grice knocked down a three-pointer to tie the game then Anthony Rice, who at the time was 1-for-9 from the field, knocked down back-to-back treys and the Tigers led 56-50. Chris Massie would add a traditional three-point play and Barron would add two more free throws.

Notes ★ Memphis shot a season-low 31.8 percent from the field but turned the ball over just nine times and made a season-high 85.2 percent of its free throws (23-of-27). ★ South Florida jumped out to a 7-0 lead before Chris Massie made a pair of free throws with 16:21 to play to start an 8-0 run in which Memphis got back in the game. Massie came off the bench for the first time this season after missing late-week practices due to the broken nose he suffered against Louisville. ★ South Florida came into the game having won its last five at home and was 12-1 in the Sun Dome. The Tigers’ last three road opponents — Tulane, Louisville and USF — are a combined 344 at home outside their losses to Memphis. ★ Memphis has now won four straight against the Bulls in the Sun Dome. The Tigers’ average margin of victory in those games is 12.3 points. ★ In addition to Massie recording his sixth straight double-double and 12th of the season, senior forward John Grice finished with a team-high 16 points and 11 rebounds for his third double-double of the year. Grice also had three steals in just 18 minutes of play against the Bulls. ★ Memphis forced 18 turnovers in the game and USF senior point guard Reggie Kohn scored just two points after a 16-point night in a 75-74 Bull win in Memphis earlier.

John Calipari Quotes “I love it ... absolutely love winning games when you shoot 31 percent because that means you guarded, you didn’t turn it over and you made free throws because there is no other way to win the game. That means you have a chance to win every game you play.”

TCU (64) Jamal Brown Corey Valsin Bingo Merriex Corey Santee Junior Blount Nucleus Smith James Davis Marcus Sloan David Markley Chudi Chinweze TEAM TOTALS Memphis (88) Rodney Carney Duane Erwin Chris Massie Antonio Burks Anthony Rice Clyde Wade Jeremy Hunt Billy Richmond Garrick Green John Grice Earl Barron Nathaniel Root Brian Mitchell Modibo Diarra TEAM TOTALS TCU Memphis

MP FG-A 26 2-8 21 3-4 34 5-15 35 5-17 35 4-11 21 3-4 7 0-0 10 0-2 1 0-0 10 0-2

3P-A 0-0 0-1 1-9 2-7 3-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

200 22-63

FT-A REB PF 4-4 7 4 0-1 6 0 2-2 5 2 2-4 4 2 3-4 2 3 3-3 1 0 0-0 2 1 0-2 7 2 0-0 0 0 0-0 3 1 3 6-24 14-20 39 15

14

MP FG-A 16 2-6 5 1-1 24 10-12 25 5-6 22 2-7 14 1-3 23 4-13 19 4-6 1 0-0 22 3-11 17 1-4 1 1-1 1 0-0 10 0-2

3P-A 0-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-6 0-2 2-6 4-4 0-0 2-6 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0

200 34-72 11-29 25 49

FT-A REB PF 1-1 4 2 1-1 0 0 4-6 11 2 3-4 3 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 1 1 0-1 3 1 0-0 3 2 0-0 0 0 0-0 6 4 0-0 8 3 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 2 3 3 9-13 44 19

A TO 1 1 0 3 1 4 7 3 1 4 2 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1

BS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

ST 3 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

TP 8 6 13 14 14 9 0 0 0 0

18

1

7

64

A TO 0 3 1 0 0 0 10 3 5 0 2 1 1 4 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

BS 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0

ST 0 1 0 3 0 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 1

TP 5 3 24 13 6 2 10 12 0 8 2 3 0 0

4

11

88

24

12

39 - 64 39 - 88

Attendance: 16,179 Technical Fouls: None. Officials: R-Ted Hillary, U1-Rick Randall, U2-Harrell Allen Tiger Dunks: 1 Memphis Deflections: 4 Memphis Second Chance Points: 21

Plays of the Game Billy Richmond spotted up and drained a three-pointer with 11 minutes to play in the first half. The basket gave the Tigers a 22-6 lead. But for Richmond, the trey ended an 0-for-18, three-point shooting start for the sophomore. He would go on to knock down three more three-pointers and finish with 12 points. It didn’t have a lot of meaning in the game but Clyde Wade electrified those who remained for the entire game when he dribble-drove for a one-handed jam in the final minute. Nathaniel Root would later cap the Tigers’ scoring with a three-pointer.

Notes ★ Only five times against TCU did Memphis not answer a Horned Frog bucket with a field goal of their own. ★ Led by Billy Richmond’s four treys, the Tigers finished with 11 three-pointers. It marked the sixth time this year Memphis has had double-figure three-pointers. ★ Memphis remained unbeaten by TCU, running its record to 7-0 against the Horned Frogs and 4-0 since the Fort Worth school joined Conference USA. ★ Antonio Burks recorded his third points/assist double-double of the year, finishing with 13 points and 10 assists. He was 5-for-6 from the field, 3-for-4 from the line and had three steals in 25 minutes of play. ★ Memphis had 11 steals and forced 18 turnovers for the second straight game.

John Calipari Quotes “That was a good win and a terrific defensive effort. We broke down a little bit in the second half. We weren’t swarming as well and they got to the basket on some layups I was disappointed in. Overall, it was a great, great defensive effort.”

122★Memphis Basketball


NOTES/NUMBERS Game 25

Game 26

Cincinnati Memphis

48 67

Memphis Houston

The Pyramid ★ Memphis, Tenn. March 1, 2003

Hofheinz Pavilion ★ Houston, Texas March 6, 2003

Cincinnati (48) Leonard Stokes Jason Maxiell Derek Hollman Field Williams Taron Barker Eugene Land Chadd Moore Eric Hicks Tony Bobbitt Aremin Kirkland Kareem Johnson TEAM TOTALS

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 30 1-8 0-1 3-4 4 1 32 3-14 0-0 2-2 3 1 10 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 2 26 3-10 3-8 0-0 2 0 38 2-7 0-3 0-0 7 4 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 11 0-2 0-0 2-4 4 2 18 4-11 2-7 2-2 3 4 8 1-4 0-1 4-4 2 1 22 1-4 0-0 0-0 8 4 3 200 15-61 5-20 13-16 39 20

A TO 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

Memphis (67) Chris Massie John Grice Earl Barron Antonio Burks Nathaniel Root Clyde Wade Jeremy Hunt Rodney Carney Duane Erwin Billy Richmond Anthony Rice TEAM TOTALS

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 24 8-11 0-0 7-9 8 2 12 0-3 0-3 0-0 2 0 33 0-4 0-1 2-2 7 3 23 4-9 0-0 4-4 2 4 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 26 4-8 3-6 1-4 2 3 22 2-6 1-5 0-0 7 3 13 0-1 0-0 0-0 4 1 20 4-7 1-1 1-3 2 2 22 1-3 0-1 1-3 3 0 4 200 23-52 5-17 16-25 41 18

Cincinnati Memphis

29 27

71 56

BS 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1

ST 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

TP 5 8 0 9 4 0 0 2 12 6 2

5

4

2

48

A TO 2 0 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 5 1

BS 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 3 1 0

ST 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TP 23 0 2 12 0 0 12 5 0 10 3

11

2

67

9

15

8

19 - 48 40 - 67

Memphis (71) Chris Massie Rodney Carney Earl Barron Jeremy Hunt Anthony Rice Clyde Wade Antonio Burks Duane Erwin John Grice Nathaniel Root TEAM TOTALS

MP FG-A 35 6-10 28 3-11 19 3-5 25 4-10 26 4-9 5 1-2 31 3-8 13 0-2 15 5-10 1 0-0

3P-A 0-0 0-7 0-1 2-5 3-4 0-0 0-1 0-0 4-8 0-0

200 29-67

9-26

Houston (56) MP FG-A Louis Truscott 33 4-14 Cedrick Hensley 36 2-5 Jeremee McGuire 32 5-9 Andre Owens 36 5-9 Bryan Shelton 26 1-4 Jarrett Sidney 12 1-3 Dwight Jones, II 4 1-2 Kevin Barber 3 0-0 Julius Keys 1 0-0 Ramon Dyer 2 1-1 Anwar Ferguson 13 1-4 Aaron Anderson 2 0-0 TEAM TOTALS 200 22-52

3P-A 0-0 1-1 1-3 1-4 0-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Memphis Houston

35 26

4-12

FT-A REB PF 0-0 5 2 0-0 4 4 2-2 11 3 1-2 5 0 0-0 1 3 0-1 0 0 0-0 5 2 0-0 3 1 1-2 7 3 0-0 0 0 1 4-7 42 18

A TO 2 2 2 1 1 0 5 1 2 0 0 1 7 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 20 8

BS 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 0

ST 1 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 0

TP 12 6 8 11 11 0 6 0 15 0

8

7

71

FT-A REB PF 1-4 11 3 0-0 5 0 1-2 7 4 6-11 3 1 0-0 1 2 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 3 0 0-0 1 0 0-0 0 0 2 8-17 34 11

A TO 1 3 4 1 3 5 1 0 0 1 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BS 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ST 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TP 9 5 12 17 2 3 2 0 0 2 2 0

3

5

56

11

14

36 - 71 30 - 56

Attendance: 20,586 Technical Fouls: None. Officials: R-Ted Hillary, U1-Sam Croft, U2-J.B. Caldwell Tiger Dunks: 1 Memphis Deflections: 8 Memphis Second Chance Points: 16

Attendance: 3,542 Technical Fouls: None. Officials: R-Tom O’Neill, U1-Mike Thibodeaux, U2-Jim Burr Tiger Dunks: 3 Memphis Deflections: 7 Memphis Second Chance Points: 17

Plays of the Game

Plays of the Game

Cincinnati called a timeout after Chris Massie ferociously grabbed on offensive rebounds and scored on a stickback to give the Tigers’ their first double-figure lead, 51-40 with 7:31 to play. Coming out of the timeout, Cincinnati’s Field Williams missed a three-pointer, Massie would pull down the rebound, toss a pass out to Jeremy Hunt and Billy Richmond would cap a fastbreak with a layin to extend the lead to 53-40. The two baskets were part of a 21-4 Tiger run.

While Houston never led in the game, the Cougars would cut an eight-point, first-half Tiger lead to as few as one, 27-26 with 6:15 to play. But the Tigers would close out the half with a 9-0 run. Chris Massie would get free on a pass from Anthony Rice for a dunk to give Memphis a 30-26 lead. Jeremy Hunt would later knock down a three-pointer then Massie scored on another layup to give the U of M a 35-26 lead at the break.

Notes

Notes

★ Coupled with Marquette’s 98-87 win over UAB with its win over Cincinnati, Memphis wrapped up its second straight National Division title and a first-round bye at the Conference USA Tournament. ★ Cincinnati shot a season-low 24.6 percent from the field and made just one field goal in the second period, shooting 15.4 percent in the half. The 19-point loss was the largest margin of defeat in a Conference USA game for the Bearcats. ★ Memphis became the first National Division team to defeat Cincinnati since the league was split into two divisions. The Bearcats won 35 straight games in inter-divisional play prior to its loss to Memphis. ★ The Cincinnati game marked the 200th in The Pyramid for Memphis, excluding exhibition games. Memphis is 158-42 in 12 seasons in the arena. ★ Both Memphis coach John Calipari and Cincinnati’s Bob Huggins wore bow ties to honor retiring Mount St. Mary’s coach Jim Phelan whose bow tie was a trademark during his 49-year career.

★ Junior point guard Antonio Burks did not start the game after missing practice earlier in the week with the flu. But he would come off the bench to score six points, match a career high with five rebounds and dish out seven assists. The Tigers improved to 15-1 all-time when Burks has at least seven assists. ★ The game would mark senior center Chris Massie’s final contest in his native south Texas. The Arcola, Texas, native scored 12 points, including two dunks, pull down five rebounds in addition to having two assists and a steal. ★ The game featured the league’s two premier double-double performers but neither Louis Truscott (C-USA leading 14 double-doubles at the time) nor Massie matched season numbers. Truscott finished with nine points and 11 rebounds. ★ Memphis committed just eight turnovers in the game marking the second straight contest it did not have double-figure turns and the third time in its last four games. ★ Houston became the eighth opponent this season and the fourth during the current, 10-game winning streak to be held under 60 points. The Tigers held Cincinnati to 48 points in its previous game.

John Calipari Quotes “When we were only down by two without Antonio (Burks) and Chris Massie, I told the team at halftime, ‘We are okay. We are only down two and those two did not play. When we came out (after halftime), the two most important things happened: Chris Massie in the post was a monster and that bow tie was thrown in the garbage. Coach Phelan has won a lot of games in that bow time but we weren’t. That thing had to go.”

John Calipari Quotes “They hung around and we could never get where we anted which was ‘let’s get up there in the 20s or something.’ Houston fought like crazy. This was a good game for us. I like 20 assists, eight turnovers.”

Memphis Basketball★123


REVIEW Game 27

Game 28 - 2003 Kelly Tires C-USA Basketball Tournament

Memphis UAB

90 79

South Florida Memphis

Bartow Arena ★ Birmingham, Ala. March 8, 2003

Freedom Hall ★ Louisville, Ky. March 13, 2003

Memphis (90) Chris Massie Rodney Carney Earl Barron Antonio Burks Anthony Rice Clyde Wade Jeremy Hunt Duane Erwin John Grice Modibo Diarra TEAM TOTALS

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 33 12-15 0-0 3-8 11 3 27 3-6 3-5 1-2 3 2 13 3-4 0-1 0-0 1 3 30 4-7 0-0 3-4 3 1 24 4-6 3-5 2-2 3 0 11 2-2 1-1 1-2 0 2 27 3-7 2-3 3-4 1 4 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1 26 1-4 0-2 4-4 7 2 0+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 200 32-51 9-17 17-26 30 18

A TO 3 1 2 2 0 1 12 2 0 1 3 3 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0

UAB (79) Demario Eddins Sidney Ball Cedric Davis Eric Bush Morris Finley Gabe Kennedy Derrick Broom Richard Jones Brandon Tobias TEAM TOTALS

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 36 8-14 0-2 2-4 4 2 19 2-5 0-2 2-2 7 3 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 3 34 3-10 3-7 6-7 1 3 33 4-15 3-9 4-6 4 2 30 6-9 0-0 1-2 5 5 17 2-3 1-1 0-0 3 1 18 1-5 0-2 1-2 2 0 6 2-2 0-0 0-2 3 1 3 200 28-63 7-23 16-25 34 20

Memphis UAB

45 31

56 62

BS 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ST 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 0

TP 27 10 6 11 13 6 11 0 6 0

15

2

6

90

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

BS 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

ST 2 0 0 5 0 1 4 0 0

TP 18 6 0 15 15 13 5 3 4

1

12

79

22

11

11

45 - 90 48 - 79

South Florida (56) MP FG-A Terrence Leather 27 2-7 Yasuf Baker 31 3-5 Will McDonald 33 6-16 Jimmy Baxter 37 5-13 Reggie Kohn 37 4-12 Brian Swift 11 0-1 Brandon Brigman 2 0-0 Danny Oglesby 11 1-4 Gerrick Morris 11 0-1 TEAM TOTALS 200 21-59

3P-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-8 0-1 0-0 1-3 0-0

FT-A REB PF 1-2 5 5 1-2 9 3 4-9 9 4 3-5 8 3 3-4 4 2 0-0 0 0 0-2 1 1 0-0 1 0 1-2 1 2 0 1-15 13-26 38 20

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

Memphis (62) Chris Massie Rodney Carney Earl Barron Antonio Burks Anthony Rice Clyde Wade Jeremy Hunt Duane Erwin Billy Richmond John Grice TEAM TOTALS

3P-A 0-0 3-7 0-0 0-0 1-4 0-1 1-2 0-0 1-3 1-5

South Florida Memphis

MP FG-A 36 6-12 29 5-10 26 2-6 32 1-7 20 1-4 1 0-1 18 1-2 6 0-0 20 2-6 12 1-5 200 19-53 30 30

FT-A REB PF 6-12 11 4 5-6 2 2 1-2 7 5 3-3 4 3 1-2 3 2 0-0 0 0 0-0 2 3 0-0 1 1 1-2 5 0 0-0 4 1 4 7-22 17-27 43 21

BS 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

ST 2 1 2 1 3 1 0 1 0

TP 5 7 16 13 11 0 0 3 2

9

2

11

56

A TO 0 2 0 2 2 1 8 3 1 1 0 0 2 4 0 0 1 1 0 1

BS 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

ST 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

TP 18 18 5 5 4 0 3 0 6 3

3

3

62

8

14

15

26 - 56 32 - 62

Attendance: 5,498 Technical Fouls: None. Officials: R-Steve Olson, U1-Dennis Arinello, U2-Gene Menees Tiger Dunks: 3 Memphis Deflections: 2 Memphis Second Chance Points: 8

Attendance: 15,123 Technical Fouls: None. Officials: R-Tom O’Neill, U1-Hal Lusk, U2-J.B. Caldwell Tiger Dunks: 3 Memphis Deflections: 3 Memphis Second Chance Points: 15

Plays of the Game

Plays of the Game

Memphis led 45-31 at the half but UAB would cut the Tigers’ lead back to single figures when Demario Eddins jammed a dunk to pull the Blazers to within nine, 48-39 with 17:23 to play. At the other end of the floor, Chris Massie was able to pull down a missed shot and despite being fouled, went up and scored to give the Tigers a 50-39 lead. For Massie, the bucket marked two of his eight second-chance points. UAB would never cut the lead to single figures again.

With Memphis trailing 23-20, Antonio Burks came up with a defensive rebound and broke away between two defenders, drawing contact while scoring a layup. He would tie the game with an ensuing free throw then Rodney Carney would drill a three-pointer the Tigers’ next time down the floor to give the U of M its first lead since the opening minutes of the game.

Notes

★ Memphis shot just 35.8 percent from the field but the Tigers ran their record to 5-3 when they shoot less than 40 percent from the field. ★ The U of M advanced to the Conference USA Tournament semifinals for just the third time in the eight-year history of the league. The Tigers advanced to the semifinals the last time the tournament was played in Louisville, defeating Marquette 71-64 in the quarterfinals before losing to Cincinnati 89-79 in the semis. ★ Memphis now 13-5 in league tournaments played in Louisville. ★ The Tigers improved to 9-0 when holding opponents to fewer than 60 points. Defensively, the Tigers held South Florida to 35.6 percent shooting and the Bulls made just 1-of-15 three-point attempts. USF also struggled at the free throw line, making just 13-of-26 attempts. ★ Memphis is now 2-1 against South Florida in three Conference USA Tournament games. The three games have been decided by a total of 15 points. ★ U of M senior center Chris Massie showed why he was an All-Conference USA First Team pick, posting his 15th double-double of the season and 26th of his career.

★ Memphis shot a season high 62.7 percent from the field, including a scorching 73 percent in the first half (19-of-26). It was the best shooting day for the Tigers since shooting 63.5 percent (33of-52) against Saint Louis in an 84-80 overtime win Jan. 25, 1995. ★ Memphis received double, double-double performances by Antonio Burks and Chris Massie for the third time this season. Burks registered his fourth points/assist double-double of the year with an 11-point, 12-rebound effort while Massie recorded double-double No. 14, scoring 27 points while pulling down 11 rebounds. ★ Memphis closed out the season by playing two games on the road in less than 48 hours. Following the Tigers’ 71-56 win at Houston, an 8:30 p.m. game on Thursday, the U of M chartered to Birmingham and would play a 1 p.m. Saturday afternoon game. ★ The Tigers headed into the game still with a shot of sharing its first Conference USA championship since 1996. However Marquette defeated Cincinnati 70-61 to finish with two conference losses and capture the league title outright. ★ For Memphis, its final regular season game seemed more like a home contest as about 1,000 fans donned in blue and gray made the trip to Birmingham.

John Calipari Quotes “I was really worried at halftime because I looked at the stat sheets and saw we had shot 73 percent in the first half. You just don’t shoot 73 percent for a half. We made a lot of jump shots and I could see UAB starting to make their shots and we start missing ours. I thought we did a good job against the press. We did not turn the ball over much.”

Notes

John Calipari Quotes “We have got to give South Florida all the credit in the world for how they played. They played like Temple used to ... out big and wide. Defensively, we did a good job or we can’t win that game. It’s taken two and a half years at Memphis, but we can shoot 35 percent and win. We didn’t rebound as well as we’d like but they’re a good team. It was a good game.”

124★Memphis Basketball


NOTES/NUMBERS Game 29 - 2003 Kelly Tires C-USA Basketball Tournament

Game 30 - NCAA Tournament

Louisville Memphis

Arizona State Memphis

78 75

Freedom Hall ★ Louisville, Ky. March 14, 2003

Ford Center ★ Oklahoma City, Okla. March 20, 2003

Louisville (75) MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF Erik Brown 24 2-4 0-0 0-0 1 1 Otis George 14 2-4 0-0 1-1 4 2 Marvin Stone 28 4-6 0-0 7-11 6 4 Taquan Dean 24 1-8 1-5 1-4 9 4 Reece Gaines 20 3-9 0-3 4-9 5 5 Joshua Tinch 0+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 Kendall Dartez 11 1-3 0-0 0-0 1 1 Bryant Northern 11 3-5 3-5 0-0 2 1 Alhaji Mohammed 10 0-0 0-0 3-5 0 1 Coric Riggs 0+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 Luke Whitehead 28 3-6 0-0 4-4 12 4 Francisco O’Bannon 2 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 3 TEAM 1 TOTALS 200 23-54 5-17 27-44 44 29 Memphis (75) Chris Massie Rodney Carney Earl Barron Antonio Burks Anthony Rice Clyde Wade Jeremy Hunt Duane Erwin Billy Richmond John Grice TEAM TOTALS Louisville Memphis

MP FG-A 3P-A FT-A REB PF 22 0-5 0-0 0-0 8 5 35 2-6 -4 0-0 7 4 24 0-7 0-2 7-8 8 5 28 6-11 0-1 3-4 0 3 23 0-2 0-2 0-0 2 4 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 21 2-5 2-4 12-19 2 5 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 1 10 0-2 0-0 1-2 1 2 29 8-13 6-10 7-9 5 3 2 200 18-51 9-23 30-42 37 32 36 27

84 71

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

BS 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

ST 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

TP 4 5 15 4 10 0 2 9 3 0 10 1

Arizona State (84) MP FG-A Ike Diogu 32 9-11 Shawn Redhage 37 6-13 Tommy Smith 24 4-7 Kyle Dodd 28 3-5 Curtis Millage 40 6-15 Jason Braxton 13 2-2 Kenny Crandall 2 0-1 Donnell Knight 14 1-4 Jamal Hill 4 0-1 Chris Osborne 6 0-0 TEAM TOTALS 200 31-59

3P-A 2-2 2-4 0-0 0-1 1-4 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0

12

2

4

78

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

BS 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ST 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1

TP 0 5 7 15 0 0 18 0 1 29

Memphis (71) Rodney Carney Duane Erwin Chris Massie Antonio Burks Anthony Rice Jeremy Hunt Billy Richmond John Grice Earl Barron Nathaniel Root TEAM TOTALS

3P-A 2-5 0-0 0-1 1-2 2-6 1-6 0-0 1-7 0-1 0-0

6

3

75

13

8

11

42 - 78 48 - 75

Attendance: 18,355 Technical Fouls: None. Officials: R-Curtis Shaw, U1-Mark Whitehead, U2-Mike Thibodeaux Tiger Dunks: 0 Memphis Deflections: 3 Memphis Second Chance Points: 12

Plays of the Game Antonio Burks cut Louisville’s lead to 69-68 with 1:40 to play when he teamed up with John Grice to rush Cardinal guard Bryant Northern. Burks would get the steal and score on a layin to give Memphis its first lead of the second half after trailing by as many as 16 points in the first period. Memphis led 74-71 on two more free throws by Grice with 32 seconds to play but after Francisco Garcia had cut the Tigers’ lead to one, 74-73 with 23 seconds to play, the Cards would foul Burks who made the first but missed the second. Taquan Dean’s three-pointer with 12 seconds to play gave Louisville a 76-75 lead and at the other end of the court Billy Richmond missed a leaning jumper.

Notes ★ John Grice scored a career-high 29 points on 8-of-13 shooting, including a career-high six three-pointers. It was the third-most treys in C-USA Tournament history. ★ Louisville center Marvin Stone played against Memphis after setting out three of the Cardinals’ last four games while his amateur status was being addressed. Stone came into the game averaging 10.6 points, 7.4 rebounds and 1.7 blocks. ★ The Tigers made just 4-of-15 field goal attempts in the first half. It is the only time this season Memphis has been held to single-figure field goals in the first period this season. The U of M ended up scoring 27, first-half points. ★ Jeremy Hunt attempted 19 free throws, setting a new C-USA Tournament single-game record. His 12 free throws made tied for the second-highest single-game total. ★ The game featured 61 personal fouls with All-Conference USA first-team selections Chris Massie and Reece Gaines both fouling out along with Hunt.

John Calipari Quotes “It was an outstanding game. We had two teams going after each other, completing like they were, neither team was going to give up or let go of the rope. Neither team did.”

Arizona State Memphis

MP FG-A 27 2-8 6 0-2 38 8-14 34 6-11 30 3-8 17 1-7 11 1-5 17 2-8 20 2-6 0+ 0-0 200 25-69 32 33

FT-A REB PF 2-2 5 5 4-4 5 3 1-2 4 5 0-0 2 1 4-6 11 1 0-0 2 0 1-2 0 0 4-6 3 3 0-0 1 0 0-0 1 1 3 6-14 16-22 37 19 FT-A REB PF 2-2 5 3 0-0 2 1 4-8 13 0 2-4 0 5 0-0 0 2 0-0 6 4 0-0 4 1 2-2 3 0 4-5 7 2 0-0 0 0 2 7-28 14-21 42 18

A TO 1 1 2 2 1 3 3 0 9 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

BS 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

ST 1 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0

TP 22 18 9 6 17 5 1 3 0 0

9

4

7

84

A TO 2 0 0 1 1 2 5 4 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0

BS 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0

ST 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

TP 8 0 20 15 8 3 2 7 8 0

5

2

71

18

11

12

52 - 84 38 - 71

Attendance: 18,462 Technical Fouls: None. Officials: R-John Cahill, U1-Jamie Luckie, U2-Gary Maxwell Tiger Dunks: 1 Memphis Deflections: 0 Memphis Second Chance Points: 14

Plays of the Game After Memphis scored the first points of the second half, an Antonio Burks’ jumper to give the Tigers a 35-32 lead, Arizona State went on a 13-0 run to take a double-figure lead. The Sun Devils’ rally was highlighted by a pair of three-pointers by freshman post player Ike Diogu who was 7-of-22 from behind the arc but had not made a three-pointer in his last 10 games. Arizona State shot a blistering 69.6 percent in the second half (16-of-23). ASU shot 52.5 percent fromt he field on the night, led by Diogu’s 9-for-11 performance.

Notes ★ Memphis made its first NCAA Tournament appearance in seven years, being awarded the No. 7 seed in the West Region and being sent to Oklahoma City for its first-round game. ★ Memphis’s first-round game was played in the newly-opened Ford Center in downtown Oklahoma City. The venue was the first site sold out for the 2003 NCAA Tournament and it happened before the stadium even opened. ★ U of M senior center Chris Massie recorded his 16th double-double of the year, scoring 20 points and pulling down 13 rebounds in the Tigers’ game against Arizona State. Massie registered 27 double-doubles during his two-year career. ★ The Tigers shot just 30.8 percent in the second half and 36.2 percent for the game against the Sun Devlis. Memphis shot less than 40 percent from the field in all three of its postseason games. ★ Earl Barron scored eight points against Arizona State to hit the 1,000-point plateau in his final game as a Tiger. Barron finished his career with 1,002 points becoming the 37th player in Memphis history to score 1,000 career points.

John Calipari Quotes “I am disappointed, but I will be honest with you, Arizona State played well. When their post player (Ike Diogu) pulls out and mades two threes and (Jason) Braxton makes a three and they shoot 70 percent in the second half it is tough. We are a young team, but this is a good step for us. We need this NCAA experience to get better. Their senior leadership showed in the second half down the stretch.”

Memphis Basketball★125


2003 SENIOR CLASS EARL BARRON ★ 7-0 ★ 268 ★ CLARKSDALE, MISS. NOTING BARRON: Scored eight points in the Tigers’ NCAA Tournament game against Arizona State to become the 37th player in Memphis history to score 1,000 career points, finishing his career with 1,002 ... also had 622 rebounds over his four-year career ... 128 career games ties his for fourth-most by a Memphis player ... over his career became one of Memphis’s best free throw shooters and shot 81.3 percent as a senior ... scored a season-high 25 points against South Carolina in the championship game of the Owens Corning NIT his junior season ... averaged 3.3 points, 2.1 rebounds and shot 68.8 percent from the field over the course of eight games played for bronze-medal winning Team USA at the World University games during the summer of 2001 ... tied a Maui Invitational record rookie year with six blocked shots to go along with 17 points and 11 rebounds in win over Chaminade. Year 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 Totals

GP-GS 30-17 36-9 36-21 26-15 128-62

Min/Avg 508/16.9 690/19.2 78/21.7 555/21.3 2534

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

Pct .430 .541 .520 .392 .479

3-Point FG-A Pct 0-4 .000 0-0 .000 3-9 .333 1-10 .100 4-23 .174

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

Pct .548 .583 .783 .813 .683

Rebounds Off-Def Tot Avg 57-60 117 3.9 82-88 170 4.7 87-106 193 5.4 60-82 142 5.5 286-336 622 4.9

PF-FO 61-1 118-7 115-8 85-4 379-20

Ast 23 16 31 22 92

TO 25 47 63 29 164

Blk 31 47 27 27 132

Stl 14 13 21 8 56

Pts/Avg 168/5.6 298/8.3 331/9.2 205/7.9 1002/7.8

JOHN GRICE ★ 6-6 ★ 205 ★ MEMPHIS NOTING GRICE: Played in just eight games as a junior transfer and was academically ineligible for the 2001-02 season ... as a senior averaged 11.5 points and ranked 10th in Conference USA in three-pointers ... 60 treys as a senior ranks sixth all-time at Memphis ... a 6.3 rebounding average was second on the squad and ranked 20th in the league ... in first game in more than a year, scored 17 points and had four rebounds in the Tigers’ season-opening win over Syracuse ... knocked down 5-of-7 three-pointers against the Orangemen ... scored Memphis’s final nine points including two, key three-pointers in 58-57 road win at Tulane ... was 8-of-11 from the free throw line and finished with 10 points and eight rebounds in the Tigers’ win at Louisville ... scored a career-high 29 points and had six three-pointers in C-USA Tournament semifinal loss to the Cardinals in Freedom Hall. Year 2000-01 2002-03 Totals

GP-GS 8-1 30-15 38-16

Min/Avg 114/14.3 825/27.5 939

Total FG-A 12-58 108-269 120-327

Pct .207 .401 .367

3-Point FG-A Pct 3-31 .097 60-164 .366 63-195 .323

FT-FTA 5-6 70-91 75-97

Pct .833 .769 .773

Rebounds Off-Def Tot Avg 4-9 13 1.6 60-128 188 6.3 64-137 201 5.3

PF-FO 11-0 62-0 73-0

Ast 5 46 51

TO 7 53 60

Blk 1 6 7

Stl 5 30 35

Pts/Avg 32/4.0 346/11.5 378/9.9

CHRIS MASSIE ★ 6-9 ★ 253 ★ ARCOLA, TEXAS NOTING MASSIE: All-Conference USA selection as a senior when he ranked seventh in the league in scoring (16.7 ppg), second in rebounding (10.8 rpg) and led the league in field goal percentage (60.2) ... for his career had 27 double-doubles including 16 as a senior which led C-USA ... academically ineligible first semester senior year ... first game of senior season came against No. 7 Illinois and helped lead the Tigers’ to a win over the eventual Big Ten tournament champions with a 13-point, 12-rebound outing ... scored a career-high 34 points on 15-of-23 shooting in Conference USA win over Tulane ... as a junior was great down the stretch, averaging 13 points and 11.2 rebounds while shooting 58.5 percent from the field during the NIT championship run ... in just two seasons as a Tiger scored 738 career points for a 12.5 per game average. Year 2002-03 2002-03 Totals

GP-GS 36-20 23-22 59-42

Min/Avg 780/21.7 688/29.9 1468

Total FG-A 136-242 151-251 287-493

Pct .562 .602 .582

3-Point FG-A Pct 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-2 .000

FT-FTA 82-158 82-126 164-284

Pct .519 .651 .577

Rebounds Off-Def Tot Avg 136-179 315 8.8 96-153 249 10.8 232-332 564 9.6

PF-FO 104-5 64-2 168-7

Ast 33 35 68

TO 60 62 122

Blk 17 12 29

Stl 26 14 40

Pts/Avg 354/9.8 384/16.7 738/12.5

NATHANIEL ROOT ★ 5-11 ★ 175 ★ ADAMSVILLE NOTING ROOT: Orginally walked on at Memphis during the 1999-2000 season ... began practicing with the Tigers in January, 2000 and saw his first action against Louisville ... scored his first career points when he banked in a three-pointer with 0.5 seconds to play in the Tigers’ late-season with over National Division co-champion Tulane his rookie year ... scholarshiped on the Memphis squad prior to his junior season ... played in 49 career games, starting three ... played 16 first-half minutes off the bench in the Tigers’ win over Syracuse senior year ... had three rebounds, an assist and a steal against the eventual national-champion Orangemen ... started final home game of his playing career against Cincinnati and had an assist in the game ... fan favorite whom Pyramid crowds would urge the coaching staff to put into games with chants of “Roooooooot.” Year 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 Totals

GP-GS 4-0 16-0 17-1 12-2 49-3

Min/Avg 5/1.3 85/5.3 60/3.5 77/6.4 227/4.6

Total FG-A 1-4 10-33 9-20 5-19 25-76

Pct .250 .303 .450 .263 .329

3-Point FG-A Pct 1-4 .250 8-27 .296 9-20 .450 4-14 .286 22-65 .338

FT-FTA 0-0 4-6 6-9 2-2 12-17

Pct .000 .667 .667 1.000 .706

Rebounds Off-Def Tot Avg 1-0 1 0.3 3-6 9 0.6 1-2 3 0.2 3-8 11 0.9 8-16 24 0.5

126★Memphis Basketball

PF-FO 1-0 6-0 3-0 5-0 15-0

Ast 1 16 9 10 36

TO 0 6 9 7 22

Blk 0 1 0 0 1

Stl 0 1 1 6 8

Pts/Avg 3/0.8 32/2.0 33/1.9 16/1.3 84/1.7


INSIDE THIS SECTION 129 133 135 138 140 143 144 146 147 148 149 153 154 156 169 170 184 190 199 202 203 204 206 214

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS TEAM RECORDS ANNUAL LEADERS PYRAMID RECORDS 1,000 POINT SCORERS ALL AMERICANS MEMPHIS ACCOLADES 30 POINT GAMES OVERTIME GAMES 100 POINT GAMES TOURNAMENT PLAY NCAA TOURNAMENT RECORDS TIGERS ON NATIONAL TELEVISION SERIES RECORDS CONFERENCE SERIES RECORDS ALL-TIME RESULTS NCAA BOX SCORES TIGER HISTORY ALL-TIME LETTERMEN ALL-TIME COACHES TIGERS IN THE NBA RETIRED JERSEYS FINAL POLLS NCAA FINAL FOUR RESULTS


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Individual Single Game Records MOST POINTS SCORED 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 Leslie Steele vs Southwestern, Feb. 17, 1942 (UM, 72-41) 42 by Elliot Perry vs East Tennessee, Jan. 30, 1991 (ETU, 105-102 ot) 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 Keith Lee vs Arkansas State, Nov. 30, 1984 (UM, 79-62) 39 by Keiron Shine vs. Miami, Dec. 4, 1999 (UM, 82-72) 10. 38 by Win Wilfong vs Oklahoma City, Feb. 18, 1957 (OCU, 106-96) 38 by Hunter Beckman vs Centenary, Jan. 19, 1963 (UM, 90-85) 38 by David Vaughn vs Jackson State, Dec. 23, 1991 (UM, 87-73) MOST POINTS SCORED - CONFERENCE 37 by Larry Finch vs. North Texas, Feb. 22, 1973 (UM 93-88) (MVC) MOST REBOUNDS 1. 28 by Ronnie Robinson vs Tulsa, Feb. 25, 1971 (TU, 94-91) 2. 25 by Marion Hillard vs Florida State, Dec. 9, 1974 (UM, 70-69) 3. 24 by Ronnie Robinson vs North Texas, Jan. 2, 1971 (UM, 69-57) 24 by Ronnie Robinson vs Wichita State, Feb. 27, 1971 (UM, 85-77) 24 by Ronnie Robinson vs South Alabama, Feb. 5, 1972 (UM 88-71) 24 by Larry Kenon vs St. Joseph’s, Jan. 20, 1973 (UM, 112-92) 24 by Larry Kenon vs Tulsa, Feb. 10, 1973 (UM, 91-87 ot) 24 by John Washington vs Samford, Dec. 22, 1973 (UM, 101-69) 9. 23 by several players MOST REBOUNDS - CONFERENCE 28 by Ronnie Robinson vs Tulsa, Feb. 25, 1971 (TU, 94-91) (MVC) MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 22 by Dick Kinder vs Marshall, Dec. 11, 1953 (UM, 104-85) 2. 17 by Mike Butler vs Xavier, Jan. 29, 1966 (XU, 110-107) 17 by Larry Finch vs St. Joseph’s, Jan. 20, 1973 (UM, 112-92) 17 by Larry Kenon vs South Carolina, March 15, 1973 (UM, 90-76) 5. 16 by Hunter Beckman vs Loyola , Jan. 20, 1962 (LU, 100-76) 16 by Hunter Beckman vs Centenary, Jan. 19, 1963 (UM, 90-85) 16 by John Hillman vs SMU, Nov. 28, 1964 (UM, 95-92 ot) MOST FIELD GOALS MADE - CONFERENCE 15 by Larry Finch vs North Texas, Jan. 22, 1972 (UM, 91-60) (MVC) 15 by Larry Kenon vs. Wichita State, Feb. 15, 1973 (UM, 99-77) (MVC) 15 by Dexter Reed vs. Louisville, Feb. 5, 1977 (UL, 111-92) (Metro) 15 by Chris Massie vs. Tulane, Jan. 7, 2003 (UM 85-73) (C-USA)

MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS 1. 7 by Anfernee Hardaway vs Chaminade, Dec. 21, 1992 (UM, 64-56) 7 by Rodney Newsom vs Cincinnati, Feb. 3, 1995 (UM, 74-69 ot) 7 by Rodney Newsom vs Arkansas, Jan. 18, 1996 (UM, 94-72) 7 by Marcus Moody vs Oklahoma, Dec. 13, 1997 (UM, 80-78) 4. 6 by Elliot Perry vs Cincinnati, Feb. 23, 1988 (UC, 106-90) 6 by Anfernee Hardaway vs Arkansas, Dec. 2, 1992 (UA, 81-76) 6 by Anfernee Hardaway vs BYU, Dec. 22, 1992 (BYU, 73-67) 6 by Rodney Newsom vs Dayton, Feb. 5, 1994 (UM, 94-78) 6 by Keiron Shine vs. Southern Cal, Nov. 23, 1999 (USC, 92-65) 6 by Keiron Shine vs. Miami, Dec. 4, 1999 (UM, 82-72) 6 by John Grice vs. Louisville, March 14, 2003 (UL, 78-75) MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS - CONFERENCE 7 by Rodney Newsom vs Cincinnati, Feb. 3, 1995 (UM, 74-69 ot) (GMC) MOST THREE-POINT ATTEMPTS 1. 15 by Anfernee Hardaway vs BYU, Dec. 22, 1992 (BYU, 73-67) 2. 14 by Anfernee Hardaway vs Georgia Tech, March 27, 1992 (UM, 83-79 ot) 14 by Marcus Moody vs Oklahoma, Dec. 13, 1997 (UM, 80-78) 4. 12 by Elliot Perry vs. Cincinnati, Feb. 23, 1988 (UC, 106-90) 12 by Anfernee Hardaway vs Chaminade, Dec. 21, 1992 (UM, 64-56) 12 by Anfernee Hardaway vs Minnesota, Dec. 31, 1992 (Minnesota, 70-55) 12 by Anfernee Hardaway vs Temple, Feb. 24, 1993 (TU, 65-58) 12 by Rodney Newsom vs Cincinnati, Feb. 3, 1995 (UM, 74-69 ot) 12 by Mingo Johnson vs Temple, Feb. 5, 1995 (UM, 53-51) 12 by Mingo Johnson vs Houston, Jan. 6, 1996 (UH, 69-67) 12 by Rodney Newsom vs Arkansas, Jan. 18, 1996 (UM, 94-72) MOST THREE-POINT ATTEMPTS - CONFERENCE 12 by Rodney Newsom vs Cincinnati, Feb. 3, 1995 (UM, 74-69 ot) (GMC) 12 by Elliot Perry vs Cincinnati, Feb. 23, 1988 (UC, 106-90) (Metro) MOST FREE THROWS MADE 1. 22 by Win Wilfong vs Oklahoma City, Feb. 18, 1957 (OCU 106-96) 2. 19 by Forest Arnold vs Southern Mississippi, Dec. 15, 1955 (UM, 112-76) 19 by Win Wilfong vs Mississippi State, Jan. 26, 1957 (UM, 86-83) 4. 17 by Win Wilfong vs Tennessee Tech, Feb. 11, 1956 (UM, 96-77) 17 by Larry Finch vs Missouri Western, Dec. 2, 1972 (UM, 108-74) 17 by Larry Finch vs Tulsa, Feb. 10, 1973 (UM, 91-87 ot) 7. 16 by Elliot Perry vs Southern Mississippi, Jan. 4, 1989 (UM, 90-87 ot) 8. 15 by Larry Finch vs North Texas, Feb. 13, 1971 (UM, 71-66) 15 by Larry Finch vs North Texas, Feb. 12, 1972 (UM, 87-80) 15 by Bobby Parks vs Wyoming, Nov. 27, 1982 (UM, 71-45) 15 by Elliot Perry vs Florida State, Feb. 1, 1989 (UM, 99-82)

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 34 by Dexter Reed vs Brandeis, Jan. 22, 1977 (UM, 97-87) 2. 30 by Larry Kenon vs South Carolina, March 15, 1973 (UM, 90-76) 3. 29 by Larry Finch vs Missouri Western, Dec. 2, 1972 (UM, 108-74) 29 by Keith Lee vs Virginia Tech, Jan. 26, 1985 (UM, 89-79) 5. 28 by Rich Jones vs Wichita State, Jan. 30, 1969 (WSU, 71-69) 28 by Dajuan Wagner vs. Cincinnati, March 3, 2002 (UC, 80-75 ot) 7. 27 by Larry Finch vs St. Joseph’s, Jan. 20, 1973 (UM, 112-92) 27 by Larry Finch vs Louisville, Feb. 8, 1973 (UL, 83-69) 27 by Larry Finch vs West Texas State, Feb. 17, 1973 (UM, 116-79) 27 by Larry Finch vs North Texas, Feb. 22, 1973 (UM, 93-88) 27 by Larry Kenon vs Providence, March 24, 1973 (UM, 98-85) 27 by Anfernee Hardaway vs BYU, Dec. 22, 1992 (BYU, 73-67)

MOST FREE THROWS MADE - CONFERENCE 17 by Larry Finch vs Tulsa, Feb. 10, 1973 (UM, 91-87 ot) (MVC)

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED - CONFERENCE 29 by Keith Lee vs Virginia Tech, Jan. 26, 1985 (UM, 89-79) (Metro)

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED - CONFERENCE 18 by Keith Lee vs. Florida State, Feb. 15, 1984 (UM, 75-67) (Metro) 18 by Larry Finch vs. Tulsa, Feb. 10, 1973 (UM, 91-87 ot) (MVC) 18 by Larry Finch vs North Texas, Feb. 13, 1971 (UM, 71-66) (MVC)

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. 23 by Win Wilfong vs Oklahoma City, Feb. 18, 1957 (OCU 106-96) 2. 22 by Forest Arnold vs Southern Mississippi, 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 Tennessee Tech, Feb. 11, 1956 (UM, 96-77) 20 by Win Wilfong vs Mississippi State, Jan. 26, 1957 (UM, 86-83) 7. 19 by Bob Neumann vs DePaul, Feb. 8, 1964 (UM, 98-67) 19 by Larry Finch vs Missouri Western, Dec. 2, 1972 (UM, 108-74) 19 by Omar Sneed vs Arkansas, Jan. 10, 1998 (UA, 75-72) 19 by Jeremy Hunt vs Arkansas, March 14, 2003 (UL, 78-75)

Memphis Basketball★129


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Individual Single Game Records MOST ASSISTS 1. 15 by Andre Turner vs South Carolina, March 7, 1986 (UM, 100-59) 2. 14 by Alvin Wright vs Brandeis, Jan. 22, 1977 (UM, 97-87) 14 by Anfernee Hardaway vs Georgia State, Jan. 4, 1993 (UM, 97-76) 4. 13 by Alvin Wright vs Murray State, Dec. 14, 1974 (UM, 102-77) 13 by Chris Garner vs Louisiana-Monroe, Dec. 23, 1995 (UM, 96-76) 13 by Alvin Wright vs Southern Mississippi, Jan. 20, 1976 (UM, 84-70) 13 by Alvin Wright vs Midwestern, Nov. 29, 1977 (UM, 78-74) 13 by Otis Jackson vs Saint Louis, Feb. 27, 1982 (UM, 94-72) 13 by Andre Turner vs Missouri, Jan. 25, 1986 (UM, 79-68) MOST ASSISTS - CONFERENCE 13 by Otis Jackson vs Saint Louis, Feb. 27, 1982 (UM, 94-72) (Metro) MOST BLOCKED SHOTS 1. 9 by Keith Lee vs Brown, Dec. 22, 1981 (UM, 106-96) 9 by David Vaughn vs Georgia State, Dec. 11, 1993 (UM, 66-55) 3. 8 by William Bedford vs Virginia Tech, Jan. 26, 1985 (UM, 89-79) 8 by David Vaughn vs Murray State, Jan. 19, 1994 (MSU, 82-77) 8 by David Vaughn vs Dayton, Feb. 9, 1994 (UM, 84-71) 8 by Kelly Wise vs Southern Miss, Jan. 29, 2000 (USM, 67-66) 7. 7 by John Washington vs Cincinnati, Jan. 24, 1976 (UM, 85-79) 7 by John Washington vs Southern Mississippi, Feb. 16, 1976 (UM, 87-72) 7 by Dennis Isbell vs Virginia Tech, Feb. 16, 1980 (UM, 65-63) 7 by Keith Lee vs Florida State, Jan. 9, 1982 (UM, 90-63) 7 by Keith Lee vs Baltimore, Jan. 3, 1983 (UM, 103-57) 7 by David Vaughn vs DePaul, Jan. 8, 1994 (DU, 69-61) 7 by David Vaughn vs Marquette, Jan. 29, 1994 (Marquette, 51-46) 7 by Kelly Wise vs Marquette, Feb. 21, 1999 (UM, 81-79) MOST BLOCKED SHOTS - CONFERENCE 8 by William Bedford vs Virginia Tech, Jan. 26, 1985 (UM, 89-79) (Metro) 8 by David Vaughn vs Dayton, Feb. 9, 1994 (UM, 84-71) (GMC) 8 by Kelly Wise vs Southern Miss, Jan. 29, 2000 (USM, 67-66) (C-USA) MOST STEALS 1. 9 by Andre Turner vs Virginia Tech, Jan. 27, 1986 (UM, 83-61) 9 by Elliot Perry vs Tennessee, Nov. 25, 1989 (UM, 91-72) 9 by Elliot Perry vs Tennessee, Nov. 27, 1990 (UM, 74-72) 4. 8 by Dexter Reed vs Missisippi, Dec. 21, 1976 (UM, 88-83) 8 by Elliot Perry vs Tennessee State, Nov. 24, 1989 (UM, 99-74) 8 by Elliot Perry vs Wyoming, Nov. 27, 1989 (UM, 91-75)

7. 7 by Dexter Reed vs TCU, Dec. 23, 1976 (UM, 116-72) 7 by Dexter Reed vs Brandeis, Jan. 22, 1977 (UM, 97-87) 7 by Otis Jackson vs Missouri-Kansas City, Dec. 12, 1978 (UM, 88-82) 7 by Andre Turner vs East Tennessee, Dec. 11, 1982 (UM, 80-62) 7 by John Wilfong vs Murray State, Dec. 9, 1986 (UM, 78-47) 7 by John Wilfong vs Alcorn State, Dec. 27, 1986 (UM, 108-56) 7 by Cheyenne Gibson vs Louisville, Feb. 4, 1989 (UL, 101-85) 7 by Anfernee Hardaway vs Saint Louis, Feb. 1, 1992 (UM, 77-64) 7 by Chris Garner vs Tennessee, Dec. 2, 1993 (UM, 83-64) 7 by Chris Garner vs Georgia State, Dec. 7, 1994 (UM, 124-52) 7 by Chris Garner vs Tulane, Feb. 16, 1997 (UM, 62-56) MOST STEALS - CONFERENCE 9 by Andre Turner vs Virginia Tech, Jan. 27, 1986 (UM, 83-61) (Metro)

Opponent Game Records MOST POINTS SCORED 44 by Bill Walton (UCLA), March 26, 1973 (UCLA, 87-66) MOST REBOUNDS 31 by Bailey Howell (Mississippi State), Dec. 5, 1956 (UM 89-78) MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 21 by Bill Walton (UCLA), March 26, 1973 (UCLA, 87-66) MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 36 by Ernie DeGregorio (Providence), March 24, 1973 (UM, 98-85) MOST FREE THROWS MADE 18 by Tim O’Connell (Xavier), Jan. 29, 1966 (XU, 110-107) MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 20 by Tim O’Connell (Xavier), Jan. 29, 1966 (XU, 110-107) 20 by Kevin Jobe (Oklahoma Christian), Dec. 3, 1980 (OCU, 90-76) MOST ASSISTS 17 by Anthony Marshall (Bradley), Feb. 7, 1987 (UM, 82-74) MOST STEALS 9 by Granville Arnold (Florida State), Feb. 26, 1983 (FSU, 74-72) MOST BLOCKED SHOTS 10 by Kenyon Martin (Cincinnati), Jan. 19, 2000 (UC, 75-55)

Individual Season Records MOST POINTS 1. 762 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 2. 729 by Anfernee Hardaway (1992-93) 3. 721 by Larry Finch (1972-73) 4. 688 by Keith Lee (1984-85) 5. 669 by Larry Finch (1971-72) 6. 665 by Elliot Perry (1990-91) 7. 629 by Win Wilfong (1956-57) 8. 620 by Elliot Perry (1988-89) 9. 607 by Keith Lee (1983-84) 10. 605 by Omar Sneed (1997-98) HIGHEST SCORING 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) MOST REBOUNDS 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) 6. 363 by Kelly Wise (2000-01) 7. 357 by Keith Lee (1983-84) 8. 351 by Forest Arnold (1955-56) 9. 345 by Lorenzen Wright (1994-95) 10. 337 by Marion Hillard (1975-76) HIGHEST REBOUND AVERAGE 1. 16.7 by Larry Kenon (1972-73) 2. 14.4 by Wayne Yates (1960-61)

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

14.2 by Ronnie Robinson (1970-71) 13.5 by Forest Arnold (1955-56) 13.3 by Ronnie Robinson (1971-72) 13.1 by Don Holcomb (1971-72) 12.5 by Marion Hillard (1974-75) 12.4 by Win Wilfong (1956-57) 12.0 by David Vaughn (1993-94) 12.1 by Win Wilfong (1955-56)

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 273 by Larry Kenon (1972-73) 2. 266 by Keith Lee (1984-85) 3. 265 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 4. 256 by Larry Finch (1972-73) 5. 249 by Anfernee Hardaway (1992-93) 6. 246 by John Wallisa (1951-52) 7. 245 by Keith Lee (1983-84) 8. 241 by Larry Finch (1971-72) 9. 235 by Elliot Perry (1990-91) 10. 231 by Omar Sneed (1997-98)

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Individual Season Records 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 647 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 2. 575 by Larry Finch (1972-73) 3. 536 by Keith Lee (1984-85) 4. 527 by Larry Finch (1971-72) 5. 522 by Anfernee Hardaway (1992-93) 6. 520 by Larry Kenon (1972-73) 7. 507 by Elliot Perry (1990-91) 8. 490 by Win Wilfong (1956-57) 9. 485 by Dexter Reed (1976-77) 10. 483 by Anfernee Hardaway (1991-92) HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. 61.7 (266-366) by Marion Hillard (1975-76) 2. 60.9 (170-279) by Ronnie Robinson (1971-72) 3. 60.4 (128-212) by Ronnie Robinson (1970-71) 4. 60.2 (151-251) by Chris Massie (2002-03) 5. 59.6 (102-171) by Derrick Phillips (1982-83) 6. 59.4 (123-207) by Derrick Phillips (1981-82) 59.4 ( 177-298) by Bobby Parks (1982-83) 8. 58.5 (231-395) by Omar Sneed (1997-98) 9. 58.4 (227-389) by William Bedford (1985-86) 10. 57.9 (132-228) by Sunday Adebayo (1996-97) MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS 1. 81 by Mingo Johnson (1995-96) 2. 73 by Anfernee Hardaway (1992-93) 3. 72 by Mingo Johnson (1994-95) 4. 69 by Anfernee Hardaway (1991-92) 5. 66 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 6. 60 by John Grice (2002-03) 7. 56 by Anthony Rice (2002-03) 8. 54 by Shyrone Chatman (2000-01) 9. 53 by Elliot Perry (1987-88) 10. 51 by Billy Smith (1991-92) 51 by Scooter McFadgon (2001-02)

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. 271 by Win Wilfong (1956-57) 2. 250 by Larry Finch (1972-73) 250 by Kelly Wise (2000-01) 4. 234 by Elliot Perry (1988-89) 5. 230 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 6. 223 by Larry Finch (1971-72) 7. 209 by Forest Arnold (1955-56) 8. 207 by Omar Sneed (1997-98) 9. 206 by Anfernee Hardaway (1992-93) 10. 200 by Keith Lee (1984-85) HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1. 89.5 (111-124) by Dwight Boyd (1987-88) 2. 86.4 (114-132) by Mike Butler (1965-66) 3. 85.9 (115-134) by Mike Butler (1966-67) 4. 85.4 (82-96) by Andre Turner (1985-86) 5. 84.8 (123-145) by Bill Cook (1973-74) 6. 84.2 (150-178) by Bill Cook (1975-76) 7. 84.1 (106-126) by Mike Butler (1967-68) 8. 84.0 (68-81) by Mackie Smith (1967-68) 84.0 (68-81) by Dinno Daniels (1998-99) 10. 83.9 (187-223) by Larry Finch (1971-72) MOST ASSISTS 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. 188 by Anfernee Hardaway (1991-92) 7. 182 by Antonio Burks (2001-02) 8. 178 by Alvin Wright (1976-77) 9. 174 by Otis Jackson (1981-82) 10. 171 by Chris Garner (1995-96)

MOST THREE-POINT ATTEMPTS 1. 224 by Mingo Johnson (1995-96) 2. 220 by Anfernee Hardaway (1992-93) 3. 208 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 4. 190 by Anfernee Hardaway (1991-92) 5. 178 by Mingo Johnson (1994-95) 6. 164 by John Grice (2002-03) 7. 153 by Anthony Rice (2002-03) 8. 152 by Billy Smith (1992-93) 9. 150 by Billy Smith (1991-92) 10. 141 by Marcus Moody (2000-01) HIGHEST THREE-POINT PERCENTAGE 1. 43.9 (47-107) by Detric Golden (1997-98) 2. 42.5 (48-113) by Anthony Rice (2001-02) 3. 41.8 (41-98) by Harry Allen (1997-98) 4. 40.7 (46-113) by Rodney Newsom (1992-93) 5. 40.6 (54-133) by Shyrone Chatman (2000-01) 6. 40.5 (72-178) by Mingo Johnson (1994-95) 7. 40.2 (43-107) by Courtney Trask (1999-2000) 8. 39.0 (53-136) by Elliot Perry (1987-88) 39.0 (30-77) by Cedric Henderson (1995-96) 10. 38.6 (34-88) by Rodney Newsom (1994-95) (One made per game mininum) MOST FREE THROWS MADE 1. 221 by Win Wilfong (1956-57) 2. 209 by Larry Finch (1972-73)

192 by Elliot Perry (1988-89) 187 by Larry Finch (1971-72) 166 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 158 by Anfernee Hardaway (1992-93) 156 by Keith Lee (1984-85) 150 by Phil Hodson (1951-52) 150 by Bob Neumann (1963-64) 150 by Bill Cook (1975-76)

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS 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. 76 by Keith Lee (1983-84) 7. 71 by Lorenzen Wright (1994-95) 71 by Kelly Wise (1999-00) 9. 69 by David Vaughn (1994-95) 10. 62 by Dennis Isbell (1977-78) MOST STEALS 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)

8. 76 by Anfernee Hardaway (1992-93) 9. 75 by John Wilfong (1986-87) 10. 74 by Andre Turner (1982-83) 74 by Chris Garner (1993-94) MOST MINUTES PLAYED LOCKED S 1. 1,224 by Anfernee Hardaway (1991-92) 2. 1,196 by Anfernee Hardaway (1992-93) 3. 1,177 by Vincent Askew (1984-85) 4. 1,170 by Lorenzen Wright (1994-95) 5. 1,169 by Elliot Perry (1990-91) 6. 1,165 by Chris Garner (1994-95) 7. 1,164 by Vincent Askew (1986-87) 8. 1,157 by Andre Turner (1984-85) 9. 1,146 by Dajuan Wagner (2001-02) 10. 1,141 by Keith Lee (1984-85) MOST PERSONAL FOULS 1. 123 by Keith Lee (1984-85) 2. 118 by Earl Barron (2000-01) 3. 115 by Earl Barron (2001-02) 4. 108 by John Washington (1976-77) 108 by David Vaughn (1991-92) 6. 107 by Keith Lee (1983-84) 7. 106 by Jermaine Ousley (1997-98) 106 by Kelly Wise (2000-01) 9. 103 by Billy Buford (1973-74) 103 by John Washington (1973-74) 103 by John Gunn (1975-76) MOST DISQUALIFICATIONS 1. 10 by Frank Snyder (1961-62) 10 by Ed Wilson (1975-76) 3. 9 by Fred Horton (1970-71) 9 by Kelvin Allen (1990-91) 5. 8 by John Gunn (1974-75) 8 by Chuck Neal (1965-66) 8 by Richard Jones (1968-69) 8 by Earl Barron (2001-02) MOST DUNKS 1. 66 by Lorenzen Wright (1995-96) 2. 64 by Lorenzen Wright (1994-95) 3. 44 by David Vaughn (1993-94) 4. 41 by Anfernee Hardaway (1992-93) 5. 40 by Michael Wilson (1995-96) 40 by Kelly Wise (2000-01) 7. 39 by Kelly Wise (1999-00) 8. 25 by Jermaine Ousley (1997-98) 9. 24 by Kelly Wise (2001-02) MOST CHARGES TAKEN 1. 17 by Justin Wimmer (1994-95) 2. 13 by Justin Wimmer (1993-94) 13 by Earl Barron (2001-02) 4. 11 by Antonio Burks (2001-02) 5. 9 by Harry Allen (1996-97) 9 by Earl Barron (2000-01) 9 by Arthur Barclay (2001-02) 8. 8 by Shyrone Chatman (2000-01) 8 by Earl Barron (2002-03)

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Individual Career Records MOST GAMES PLAYED 1. 132 by Andre Turner (1982-86) 132 by Baskerville Holmes (1982-86) 3. 131 by Dwight Boyd (1984-88) 4. 128 by Keith Lee (1981-85) 128 by Tony Madlock (1988-92) 128 by Earl Barron (1999-03) 6. 126 by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 126 by Ernest Smith (1988-92) 8. 125 by Kelvin Allen (1989-93) 9. 124 by Kelly Wise (1998-2002) 10. 123 by Dewayne Bailey (1984-88) 123 by Chris Garner (1993-97) 123 by Cedric Henderson (1993-97) MOST POINTS 1. 2,408 by Keith Lee (1981-85) 2. 2,209 by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 3. 1,869 by Larry Finch (1970-73) 4. 1,854 by Forest Arnold (1953-56) 5. 1,697 by Cedric Henderson (1993-97) 6. 1,678 by Dexter Reed (1973-77) 7. 1,629 by Bill Cook (1972-76) 8. 1,487 by Kelly Wise (1998-2002) 9. 1,479 by Phillip Haynes (1980-84) 10. 1,442 by Andre Turner (1982-86) HIGHEST SCORING 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 Keith Lee (1981-85) 18.8 by Omar Sneed (1997-99) 10. 18.5 by Mike Butler (1965-68) MOST REBOUNDS 1. 1,336 by Keith Lee (1981-85) 2. 1,109 by Forest Arnold (1953-56) 3. 1,075 by Kelly Wise (1998-2002) 4. 1,066 by Ronnie Robinson (1970-73) 5. 903 by David Vaughn (1991-95) 6. 870 by Don Holcomb (1969-72) 7. 745 by Kelly Wise (1998- Present) 8. 716 by James Bradley (1976-79) 9. 687 by Dennis Isbell (1976-81) 10. 686 by Win Wilfong (1955-56) HIGHEST REBOUND AVERAGE 1. 16.7 by Larry Kenon (1972-73) 2. 12.8 by Ronnie Robinson (1970-73) 3. 12.3 by Win Wilfong (1955-57) 4. 12.1 by Don Holcomb (1969-72) 5. 11.8 by Marion Hillard (1974-76) 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)

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 930 by Keith Lee (1981-85) 2. 752 by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 3. 690 by Forest Arnold (1952-56) 4. 688 by Dexter Reed (1973-77) 5. 664 by Larry Finch (1970-73) 664 by Cedric Henderson (1993-97) 7. 601 by Phillip Haynes (1980-84) 8. 597 by Bill Cook (1972-76) 9. 591 by Kelly Wise (1998-2002) 10. 584 by Andre Turner (1982-86)

HIGHEST THREE-POINT PERCENTAGE 1. 39.4 (85-216) by Harry Allen (1996-98) 2. 39.1 (104-266) by Anthony Rice (2001- ) 3. 38.1 (153-402) by Mingo Johnson (1994-96) 4. 37.1 (141-380) by Rodney Newsom (1992-96) 5. 36.7 (80-218) by Scooter McFadgon (2000-02) 6. 35.8 (73-204) by John McLaughlin (1987-91) 7. 34.6 (142-410) by Anfernee Hardaway (1991-93) 8. 34.5 (143-414) by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 9. 33.5 (73-218) by Cheyenne Gibson (1987-90) (One made per game mininum)

MOST FIELD GOALS 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. 1,517 by Larry Finch (1970-73) 6. 1,477 by Cedric Henderson (1993-97) 7. 1,349 by by Bill Cook (1972-76) 8. 1,294 by Mike Butler (1965-68) 9. 1,198 by Andre Turner (1982-86) 10. 1,197 by Phillip Haynes (1980-84)

MOST FREE THROWS MADE 1. 562 by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 2. 548 by Keith Lee (1981-85) 3. 541 by Larry Finch (1970-73) 4. 474 by Forest Arnold (1952-56) 5. 435 by Bill Cook (1972-76) 6. 376 by Bobby Parks (1980-84) 7. 362 by Win Wilfong (1955-57) 362 by Don Holcomb (1969-72) 9. 345 by Bob Neumann (1961-64) 10. 335 by Mike Butler (1965-68)

HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. 57.7 (464-804) by Ronnie Robinson (1970-73) 2. 56.7 (386-681) by Marion Hillard (1974-76) 56.7 (514-906) by William Bedford (1983-86) 4. 56.6 (270-477) by Derrick Phillips (1980-84) 5. 56.5 (208-368) by Michael Wilson (1994-96) 6. 55.1 (405-735) by Lorenzen Wright (1994-96) 7. 54.8 (405-739) by Omar Sneed (1997-99) 8. 54.3 (445-820) by Bobby Parks (1980-84) 9. 54.2 (430-794) by Hunter Beckman (1960-63) 10. 53.4 (591-1107) by Kelly Wise (1998-2002)

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. 707 by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 2. 701 by Keith Lee (1981-85) 3. 699 by Forest Arnold (1952-56) 4. 663 by Larry Finch (1970-73) 5. 561 by Kelly Wise (1998-2002) 6. 519 by Bill Cook (1972-76) 7. 512 by Don Holcomb (1969-72) 8. 507 by Bobby Parks (1980-84) 9. 449 by Win Wilfong (1955-57) 10. 446 by Kelly Wise (1998-2002)

MOST THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS 1. 163 by Marcus Moody (1997-2001) 2. 153 by Mingo Johnson (1994-96) 3. 143 by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 4. 142 by Anfernee Hardaway (1991-93) 5. 141 by Rodney Newsom (1992-96) 6. 114 by Billy Smith (1990-93) 7. 104 by Anthony Rice (2001- ) 8. 96 by Cedric Henderson (1993-1997) 9. 85 by Harry Allen (1996-98) 10. 80 by Scooter McFadgon (2000-02)

MOST CONSECUTIVE FREE THROWS 1. 40 by Mike Butler (1965-66)

MOST THREE-POINT ATTEMPTS 1. 520 by Marcus Moody (1997-2001) 2. 414 by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 3. 410 by Anfernee Hardaway (1991-93) 4. 351 by Billy Smith (1990-93) 5. 316 by Cedric Henderson (1993-97) 6. 291 by Rodney Newsom (1992-96) 7. 270 by Shyrone Chatman (1997-2001) 8. 266 by Anthony Rice (2001- ) 9. 233 by Chris Garner (1993-97) 10. 218 by Cheyenne Gibson (1987-90) 218 by Scooter McFadgon (2000-02)

HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1. 85.5 (335-392) by Mike Butler (1965-68) 2. 83.8 (435-519) by Bill Cook (1972-76) 3. 82.7 (272-329) by Dwight Boyd (1984-88) 4. 81.6 (541-663) by Larry Finch (1970-73) 5. 81.0 (150-185) by Scooter McFadgon (2000-02) 6. 80.4 (361-449) by Win Wilfong (1955-57) 80.4 (345-429) by Bob Neumann (1961-64) 8. 79.5 (562-707) by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 9. 79.0 (136-172) by Mackie Smith (1966-69) 10. 78.6 (147-187) by Hunter Beckman (1960-63) MOST ASSISTS 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. 498 by Otis Jackson (1978-82) 6. 398 by Vincent Askew (1984-87) 7. 392 by Anfernee Hardaway (1991-93) 8. 346 by Bill Cook (1972-76) 9. 322 by Antonio Burks (2001- ) 10. 321 by Tony Madlock (1988-92)

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TEAM RECORDS More Career Marks MOST BLOCKED SHOTS 1. 320 by Keith Lee (1981-85) 2. 235 by David Vaughn (1991- 95) 3. 234 by William Bedford (1983-86) 4. 226 by Kelly Wise (1998-2002) 5. 178 by Dennis Isbell (1976-81) 6. 159 by John Washington (1972-77) 159 by Kelvin Allen (1989-93) 8. 130 by Lorenzen Wright (1994-96) 9. 132 by Earl Barron (1999-2003) 10. 114 by Cedric Henderson (1993-97) MOST STEALS 1. 321 by Chris Garner (1993-97) 2. 304 by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 3. 272 by Andre Turner (1982-86) 4. 206 by Otis Jackson (1978-82) 5. 175 by Cedric Henderson (1993-97) 6. 162 by Anfernee Hardaway (1991-93) 7. 160 by Marcus Moody (1997-2001) 8. 156 by Rodney Douglas (1985-89) 9. 155 by Cheyenne Gibson (1987-90) 10. 139 by Ernest Smith (1988-92) MOST MINUTES PLAYED 1. 4,430 by Keith Lee (1981-85) 2. 4,352 by Andre Turner (1982-86) 3. 4,103 by Elliot Perry (1987-91) 4. 3,916 by Chris Garner (1993-97) 5. 3,909 by Cedric Henderson (1993-97) 6. 3,790 by Phillip Haynes (1980-84) 7. 3,740 by Alvin Wright (1974-78) 8. 3,723 by Otis Jackson (1978-82) 9. 3,459 by Bobby Parks (1980-84) 10. 3,425 by Vincent Askew (1984-87) MOST PERSONAL FOULS 1. 416 by Keith Lee (1981-85) 2. 379 by Earl Barron (1999-2003) 3. 336 by Kelvin Allen (1989-93) 4. 326 by Kelly Wise (1998-2002) 5. 324 by Cedric Henderson (1993-97) 6. 304 by John Washington (1972-77) 7. 273 by Ronnie Robinson (1970-73) 8. 272 by David Vaughn (1991-95) 9. 268 Rodney Newsom (1992-96) 10. 265 by James Bradley (1976-79) 265 by Ed Wilson (1973-76) MOST DISQUALIFICATIONS 1. 20 by John Washington (1972-77) 20 by Ed Wilson (1973-76) 20 by Earl Barron (1999-2003) 3. 18 by Ronnie Robinson (1970-73) 4. 17 by James Bradley (1976-79) 5. 16 by Kelvin Allen (1989-93) MOST DUNKS 1. 133 by Cedric Henderson (1993-97) 2. 130 by Lorenzen Wright (1994-96) 3. 125 by Kelly Wise (1998-2002) 4. 110 by David Vaughn (1991-95) MOST CHARGES TAKEN - CAREER 1. 36 by Earl Barron (1999-2003) 2. 30 by Justin Wimmer (1994-96) 3. 21 by Cedric Henderson (1993-97)

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

MOST 3PT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTS 1. 35 vs UAB, Feb. 8, 1998 (UAB, 88-77) 2. 32 vs Charlotte, Jan. 10, 1999 (UC, 82-77) 3. 31 vs Temple, Feb. 24, 1993 (TU, 65-58) 31 vs TCU, Feb. 8, 2003 (UM, 84-69) 5. 29 vs 4 opponents

MOST POINTS BY TWO TEAMS 1. 230 — UM 138, Buffalo State 92, Jan. 14, 1975 2. 221 — UM 113, Bradley 108 ot, Dec. 17, 1987 3. 219 — UM 111, Pepperdine 108 ot, Dec. 21, 1974 4. 217 — Xavier 110, UM 107, Jan. 29, 1966 5. 212 — Louisville 115, UM 97, Feb. 25, 1978

MOST FREE THROWS MADE 1. 52 vs Northwestern State, Jan. 2, 1956 (UM, 112-78) 2. 48 vs Wichita State, Feb. 24, 1972 (UM, 108-98) 3. 43 vs Cincinnati, Jan. 12, 1982 (UM, 107-75) 4. 39 vs Mississippi St., Dec. 5, 1956 (UM, 89-78) 39 vs North Texas, Feb. 12, 1972 (UM, 87-80) 39 vs Southern Miss, March 11, 1988 (UM, 97-84)

LARGEST WINNING MARGIN 1. 72 (124-52) vs Georgia State, Dec. 7, 1994 2. 70 (112-42) vs Howard, Jan. 3, 2001 3. 68 (138-70) vs Union, Dec. 3, 1955 4. 66 (118-52) vs California-Davis, Dec. 1, 1960 5. 65 (119-54) vs Florida A&M, Dec. 19, 1994 MOST REBOUNDS 1. 84 vs MacMurray, Jan. 8, 1972 (UM, 123-62) 2. 82 vs Montana State, Dec. 17, 1960 (UM, 77-50) 82 vs Florida Tech, Jan. 10, 1973 (UM, 124-75) 4. 81 vs MacMurray, Jan. 8, 1977 (UM, 109-55) 5. 80 vs Freed-Hardeman, Jan. 30, 1935 (FH, 40-17) REBOUND MARGIN 1. 44 (84-40) vs MacMurray, Jan. 8, 1972 (UM, 123-62) 2. 43 (74-31) vs Fla. A&M, Dec. 19, 1994 (UM, 119-54) 3. 40 (74-34) vs Brown, Dec. 31, 1968 (UM, 70-52) 4. 37 (80-43) vs Freed-Hardeman, Jan. 30, 1935 (FH, 40-17) 5. 36 (72-36) vs Richmond, Feb. 6, 1961 (UM, 104-73) 36 (69-33) vs Fla. Tech, Nov. 27, 1976 (UM, 84-53) MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 58 vs Buffalo State, Jan. 14, 1975 (UM, 138-92) 58 vs Mo.-St. Louis, Jan. 18, 1975 (UM, 130-79) 3. 51 vs Florida Tech, Jan. 10, 1973 (UM, 124-75) 4. 50 vs South Dakota St., Dec. 4, 1976 (UM, 109-76) 50 vs Georgia State, Dec. 7, 1994 (UM, 124-52) MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 105 vs NATTC, Jan. 9, 1951 (UM, 71-56) 2. 103 vs Mo.-St. Louis, Dec. 23, 1970 (UM, 108-86) 103 vs MacMurray, Jan. 8, 1972 (UM, 123-62) 4. 102 vs MacMurray, Jan. 8, 1977 (UM, 109-55) 5. 101 vs Missouri-Rolla, Nov. 30, 1973 (UM, 106-79) 101 vs Mo.-St. Louis, Jan. 18, 1975 (UM, 130-79)

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. 62 vs Northwestern State, Jan. 2, 1956 (UM 112-78) 2. 60 vs Wichita State, Feb. 24, 1972 (UM, 108-98) 3. 56 vs Florida State, Jan. 11, 1960 (UM, 86-71) 4. 52 vs Mississippi State, Dec. 5, 1956 (UM, 89-78) 52 vs Cincinnati, Jan. 12, 1982 (UM, 107-75) HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Min. 15 made) 1. 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) 3. 95.0 (19-20) vs Loyola-New Orleans, 1961-62 4. 94.7 (18-19) vs South Carolina, Feb. 13, 1988 (UM, 67-61) 5. 92.9 (26-28) vs Florida St., March 3, 1983 (UM, 94-67) MOST ASSISTS 1. 41 vs Buffalo State, Jan. 14, 1975 (UM, 138-92) 2. 34 vs Union, Feb. 1, 1975 (UM, 105-52) 3. 33 vs Murray State, Dec. 29, 1975 (UM, 109-83) 33 vs Southeast Mo., March 2, 1994 (UM, 109-83) 5. 31 vs Missouri-St. Louis, Jan. 18, 1975 (UM, 130-79) 31 vs South Carolina, March 7, 1986 (UM 100-59) 31 vs Georgia State, Jan. 4, 1993 (UM, 97-76) MOST STEALS 1. 28 vs Southeastern La., Jan. 11, 1993 (UM, 109-58) 2. 22 vs Murray State, Dec. 9, 1986 (UM, 78-47) 22 vs Vanderbilt, Jan. 6, 1993 (UM, 84-78) 4. 21 vs Brandeis, Jan. 22, 1977 (UM, 97-87) 21 vs Georgia State, Dec. 7, 1995 (UM, 124-52) MOST TURNOVERS 1. 31 vs DePaul, Nov. 29, 1991 (DU, 92-89) 31 at Vanderbilt, Nov. 21, 1997 (VU, 86-77) 3. 30 vs Louisville, Feb. 16, 1981 (UL, 95-65) 30 vs La.-Monroe, Nov. 15, 1997 (UM, 75-74 ot) 5. 29 vs Louisville, Feb. 4, 1999 (UL, 89-76)

HIGHEST FIELD GOAL 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) 64.3 (45-70) vs Ball St., Dec. 4, 1982 (UM, 104-81)

MOST PERSONAL FOULS 1. 36 vs Santa Clara, Dec. 6, 1975 (SC, 93-86) 2. 35 vs Okla. Christian, Dec. 3, 1979 (OCU, 90-76) 3. 34 vs Western Kentucky, Dec. 1, 1975 (WKY, 87-84) 4. 33 vs Missouri-St. Louis, Jan. 18, 1975 (UM, 130-79) 5. 32 vs 4 opponents

MOST THREE-POINT FG MADE 1. 15 vs Howard, Jan. 3, 2001 (UM, 112-42) 2. 14 vs Southern Miss, Feb. 1, 2003 (UM, 80-62) 3. 13 vs Florida Atlantic, Feb. 3, 1993 (UM, 96-46) 4. 12 vs Southern Cal, Nov. 23, 2000 (USC, 92-65) 12 vs UAB, Feb. 15, 2003 (UM, 94-70)

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS 1. 15 vs Ark.-Pine Bluff, Nov. 30, 1998 (UM, 86-42) 2. 14 vs Murray State, Jan. 19, 1994 (MSU, 82-77) 3. 12 vs Middle Tennessee St., Dec. 5, 1984 (UM, 90-77) 12 vs Nicholls State, Dec. 21, 1994 (UM, 92-72) 12 vs Chattanooga, Jan. 5, 1995 (UM, 82-76) 12 vs Howard, Jan. 3, 2001 (UM, 112-42)

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TEAM RECORDS Team Season Records MOST POINTS 1. 2,879 in 2001-02 2. 2,803 in 1985-86 3. 2,703 in 2000-01 4. 2,701 in 1994-95 5. 2,626 in 1975-76

HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. 52.5 (897-1712) in 1982-83 2. 52.4 (831-1585) in 1981-82 3. 50.7 (1115-2199) in 1985-86 4. 50.2 (987-1967) in 1986-87 5. 49.9 (1015-2033) in 1984-85

FEWEST PERSONAL FOULS 1. 416 in 1961-62 2. 444 in 1963-64 444 in 1981-82 4. 454 in 1962-63 5. 464 in 1967-68

HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE 1. 90.2 in 1974-75 2. 88.3 in 1955-56 3. 87.5 in 1975-76 4. 85.4 in 1956-57 5. 85.1 in 1972-73

DEFENSIVE FG PERCENTAGE 1. 39.3 (647-1647) in 1996-97 39.3 (850-2161) in 1994-95 3. 39.4 (744-1887) in 1963-64 4. 39.5 (864-2190) in 2001-02 5. 40.3 (683-1684) in 1962-63

MOST DISQUALIFICATIONS 1. 35 in 1975-76 2. 32 in 1965-66 3. 26 in 2000-01 4. 25 in 1973-74 5. 23 in 1968-69 23 in 1970-71

MODERN ERA DEFENSIVE SCORING AVERAGE 1. 56.5 (1470) in 1966-67 2. 61.6 (2033) in 1983-84 3. 61.9 (1918) in 1996-97 4. 63.7 (2228) in 1984-85 5. 64.1 (1476) in 1960-61

MOST FREE THROWS MADE 1. 714 in 1956-57 2. 643 in 1955-56 3. 608 in 2001-02 4. 597 in 1988-89 5. 577 in 1971-72 577 in 2000-01

SCORING MARGIN 1. 20.8 (85.0-64.2) in 1960-61 2. 15.0 (82.4-67.4) in 1985-86 3. 11.2 (80.0-68.8) in 2001-02 4. 10.8 (90.2-79.4) in 1974-75 5. 9.8 (83.5-73.7) in 1961-62 9.8 (85.1-75.3) in 1972-73

MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. 969 in 1956-57 2. 912 in 2001-02 3. 908 in 2000-01 4. 900 in 1955-56 5. 842 in 1988-89

MOST REBOUNDS - SEASON 1. 1,539 in 2001-02 2. 1,497 in 1972-73 3. 1,479 in 1955-56 4. 1,437 in 2000-01 5. 1,424 in 1994-95 HIGHEST REBOUNDING AVERAGE 1. 59.3 in 1960-61 2. 54.8 in 1955-56 3. 52.2 in 1970-71 4. 51.3 in 1965-66 5. 50.9 in 1963-64 REBOUND MARGIN 1. 9.6 (49.9-40.3) in 1972-73 2. 7.5 (48.5-41.0) in 1971-72 3. 6.6 (42.8-36.2) in 2001-02 4. 6.0 (52.2-46.2) in 1970-71 5. 5.7 (48.7-43.0) in 1974-75 MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 1,115 in 1985-86 2. 1,045 in 1975-76 1,045 in 2001-02 4. 1,038 in 1972-73 5. 1,015 in 1984-85 MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 2,276 in 2001-02 2. 2,234 in 1973-74 3. 2,224 in 1976-77 4. 2,208 in 2000-01 5. 2,199 in 1985-86

MOST STEALS 1. 315 in 1986-87 2. 302 in 1988-89 3. 301 in 1994-95 4. 298 in 1996-97 5. 291 in 1997-98 MOST TURNOVERS 1. 569 in 1994-95 2. 528 in 1996-97 3. 527 in 1999-00 4. 522 in 1993-94 5. 519 in 2001-02 MOST PERSONAL FOULS 1. 737 in 2000-01 2. 706 in 1975-76 3. 702 in 2001-02 4. 698 in 1973-74 5. 687 in 1988-89

MOST BLOCKED SHOTS 1. 218 in 1994-95 2. 189 in 1993-94 3. 183 in 2000-01 4. 166 in 1984-85 5. 163 in 1983-84

Streaks & Numbers

HIGHEST FT PERCENTAGE 1. 76.3 (539-706) in 1987-88 2. 76.1 (376-482) in 1961-62 3. 75.3 (396-526) in 1967-68 75.3 (491-652) in 1969-70 5. 74.8 (536-716) in 1975-76 MOST ASSISTS 1. 620 in 1984-85 2. 616 in 1994-95 3. 592 in 1985-86 4. 557 in 2000-01 5. 555 in 2001-02

FEWEST DISQUALIFICATIONS 1. 6 in 1995-96 2. 6 in 1993-94 3. 7 in 1985-86 4. 8 in 1994-95 5. 9 in 1981-82 9 in 1983-84

MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS 1. 20 in 1985-86 2. 16 in 1954-55 3. 14 in 1972-73 4. 13 in 1960-61 5. 12 in 2002-03

MOST DUNKS IN A SEASON 1. 177 (1994-95) 2. 154 (1995-96) 3. 104 (1993-94) 4. 101 (1991-92) 5. 97 (1992-93)

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 CHARGES TAKEN IN A SEASON 1. 44 in 1994-95 44 in 2001-02 3. 36 in 1996-97 36 in 1999-00 36 in 2000-01

MOST CONSECUTIVE HOME WINS 1. 39 (1984-86) 2. 34 (1994-96) 3. 29 (1981-83)

Opponent Game Records MOST POINTS SCORED 117 by Hawaii, March 2, 1974 (Hawaii, 117-85) MOST REBOUNDS 71 by Tulsa, Feb. 26, 1970 (TU, 87-78) REBOUND MARGIN 31 (55-24) by Maimi, Feb. 2, 1967 (Miami, 88-63) MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 50 by Creighton, Feb. 2, 1966 (Creighton, 115-82) MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 100 by Florida Tech, Jan. 10, 1973 (UM, 124-75) HIGHEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .686 (24-35) by Saint Louis, Jan. 17, 1981 (SLU, 66-59) MOST FREE THROWS MADE 37 by Vanderbilt, Dec. 23, 1980 (VU, 111-96) MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 48 by Cincinnati, Jan. 18, 1992 (UC, 75-66)

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HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE .972 (35-36) by Marquette, Jan. 23, 1993 (Marquette, 78-66) MOST ASSISTS 30 by Hawaii, March 2, 1974 (Hawaii, 117-85) 30 by Louisville, Feb. 5, 1978 (UL, 103-82) MOST STEALS 21 by Bradley, Jan. 6, 1972 (Bradley, 95-79) MOST BLOCKED SHOTS 13 by Fresno State, March 16, 1998 (Fresno State, 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)


ANNUAL LEADERS Scoring YEAR 1956-57 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03

PLAYER AVG./PTS. Win Wilfong 21.0/629 Wayne Yates 17.5/403 Hunter Beckman 21.3/469 Hunter Beckman 18.5/482 Bob Neumann 20.7/518 John Hillman 20.1/483 Mike Butler 19.2/480 Mike Butler 17.1/445 Mike Butler 19.4/484 Richard Jones 21.7/455 James Douglas 17.1/445 Larry Finch 18.4/479 Larry Finch 23.9/669 Larry Finch 24.0/721 Dexter Reed 18.4/551 Bill Cook 19.0/496 Bill Cook 18.8/510 Dexter Reed 17.0/494 James Bradley 18.3/512 Rodney Lee 12.0/336 Otis Jackson 12.1/327 Hank McDowell 11.9/322 Keith Lee 18.3/532 Keith Lee 18.7/581 Keith Lee 18.4/607 Keith Lee 19.7/688 William Bedford 17.3/522 Vincent Askew 15.1/512 Dwight Boyd 15.2/441 Elliot Perry 19.4/620 Elliot Perry 16.8/540 Elliot Perry 20.8/665 Anfernee Hardaway 17.4/590 Anfernee Hardaway 22.8/729 David Vaughn 16.6/466 Lorenzen Wright 14.8/503 Lorenzen Wright 17.4/523 Cedric Henderson 16.0/497 Omar Sneed 20.9/605 Omar Sneed 16.7/467 Kelly Wise 14.5/405 Kelly Wise 15.3/550 Dajuan Wagner 21.2/762 Chris Massie 16.7/384

Rebounding YEAR 1956-57 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79

PLAYER AVG./REB. Win Wilfong 12.4/372 Wayne Yates 14.4/331 Bob Neumann 10.5/232 Hunter Beckman 7.4/193 John Hillman 9.4/234 John Hillman 9.6/231 Jimmy Hawkins 7.5/187 Chuck Neal 6.6/166 Mackie Don Smith 7.7/193 Richard Jones 11.1/234 Don Holcomb 11.4/216 Ronnie Robinson 14.2/369 Ronnie Robinson 13.3/372 Larry Kenon 16.7/501 John Washington 7.8/215 Marion Hillard 12.5/326 Marion Hillard 11.2/337 John Washington 9.3/262 James Bradley 9.8/273 James Bradley 9.2/175

1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03

Hank McDowell 7.5/203 Hank McDowell 7.6/206 Keith Lee 11.0/320 Keith Lee 10.8/336 Keith Lee 10.8/357 Keith Lee 9.2/323 William Bedford 8.5/273 Sylvester Gray 7.6/257 Dewayne Bailey 5.8/184 Steve Ballard 6.8/219 Ernest Smith 5.7/171 Anthony Douglas 4.9/157 David Vaughn 8.3/282 Anfernee Hardaway 8.5/273 David Vaughn 12.0/335 Lorenzen Wright 10.2/345 Lorenzen Wright 10.4/313 Sunday Adebayo 7.0/181 Omar Sneed 9.2/266 Omar Sneed 7.5/211 Kelly Wise 8.6/241 Kelly Wise 10.1/363 Kelly Wise 10.3/330 Chris Massie 10.8/249

Assists YEAR PLAYER AVG./AST. 1968-69 Richard Jones 2.5/52 1969-70 Jesse Buckman 3.4/55 1970-71 Larry Finch 2.5/65 1971-72 Larry Finch 4.2/117 1972-73 Larry Finch 3.9/116 1973-74 Bill Cook 3.3/98 1974-75 Alvin Wright 4.7/128 1975-76 Alvin Wright 5.3/159 1976-77 Alvin Wright 6.1/178 1977-78 Alvin Wright 5.4/150 1978-79 Otis Jackson 3.4/96 1979-80 Otis Jackson 4.2/113 1980-81 Otis Jackson 4.3/115 1981-82 Otis Jackson 6.0/174 1982-83 Andre Turner 4.1/127 1983-84 Andre Turner 4.5/150 1984-85 Andre Turner 6.6/224 1985-86 Andre Turner 7.7/262 1986-87 John Wilfong 5.8/198 1987-88 Elliot Perry 4.1/130 1988-89 Elliot Perry 3.7/118 1989-90 Elliot Perry 5.0/150 1990-91 Elliot Perry 4.6/148 1991-92 Anfernee Hardaway 5.5/188 1992-93 Anfernee Hardaway 6.4/204 1993-94 Chris Garner 4.4/124 1994-95 Chris Garner 6.4/217 1995-96 Chris Garner 5.7/171 1996-97 Chris Garner 4.1/127 1997-98 Detric Golden 3.0/88 1998-99 Dinno Daniels 3.3/89 1999-00 Courtney Trask 4.5/141 2000-01 Shyrone Chatman 4.6/165 2001-02 Antonio Burks 5.1/182 2002-03 Antonio Burks 5.6/140

FG Pct. YEAR 1956-57 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64

PLAYER FG PCT. Ron Ragan .449 Frank Snyder .495 Hunter Beckman .570 George Kirk .541 Bob Neumann .518

1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03

Jamie McMahan Chuck Neal Chuck Neal Mike Stewart Richard Jones Don Holcomb Ronnie Robinson Ronnie Robinson Ronnie Robinson Dexter Reed Ed Wilson Marion Hillard John Washington Rodney Lee Rodney Lee Greg Moore Johnnie Gipson Derrick Phillips Derrick Phillips William Bedford William Bedford William Bedford Marvin Alexander Rodney Douglas Steve Ballard Ben Spiva Kelvin Allen Anthony Douglas Jerrell Horne David Vaughn Michael Wilson Michael Wilson Sunday Adebayo Omar Sneed Kelly Wise Kelly Wise Earl Barron Kelly Wise Chris Massie

.534 .557 .549 .410 .429 .469 60.4 60.9 .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

FT Pct. YEAR 1956-57 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87

PLAYER FT PCT. Win Wilfong .815 Gene Wilfong .788 Bob Neumann .833 Bob Neumann .783 Bob Neumann .789 John Hillman .821 Mike Butler .864 Mike Butler .859 Mike Butler .841 Richard Jones .699 Don Holcomb .813 Larry Finch .763 Larry Finch .839 Larry Finch .836 Bill Cook .848 Bill Cook .823 Bill Cook .842 James Bradley .794 Darrell Hollimon .812 Kevin Fromm .793 Otis Jackson .770 Johnnie Gipson .803 Bobby Parks .787 Phillip Haynes .824 Keith Lee .775 Keith Lee .780 Andre Turner .854 Dwight Boyd .806

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1987-88 Dwight Boyd 1988-89 Elliot Perry 1989-90 Cheyenne Gibson 1990-91 Tony Madlock 1991-92 Tony Madlock 1992-93 Anfernee Hardaway 1993-94 David Vaughn 1994-95 David Vaughn 1995-96 Mingo Johnson 1996-97 Cedric Henderson 1997-98 Detric Golden 1998-99 Dinno Daniels 1999-00 Courtney Trask 2000-01 Scooter McFadgon 2001-02 Earl Barron 2002-03 Earl Barron

.895 .821 .813 .797 .808 .767 .757 .729 .771 .689 .735 .840 .777 .775 .783 .813

3 PT FG Pct. YEAR PLAYER 3FG PCT. 1986-87 Vincent Askew .381 1987-88 John McLaughlin .453 1988-89 John McLaughlin .364 1989-90 Cheyenne Gibson .368 1990-91 Elliot Perry .360 1991-92 Anfernee Hardaway .363 1992-93 Anfernee Hardaway .332 1993-94 Rodney Newsom .407 1994-95 Mingo Johnson .405 1995-96 Ced. Henderson .390 1996-97 Harry Allen .373 1997-98 Detric Golden .439 1998-99 Marcus Moody .328 1999-00 Courtney Trask .402 2000-01 Shyrone Chatman .406 2001-02 Anthony Rice .425 2002-03 John Grice .366 Anthony Rice .366


ANNUAL TEAM STATISTICS SEASON 1955-56

G Memphis 27 Opponents 27

FG-FGA 871-2058 725-1847

FG% .423 .393

3PT FG-A NA NA

3PT % NA NA

FT-FTA 643-900 590-857

FT% .714 .688

REB-AVG 1479-54.8 1213-44.9

PF-DQ NA NA

A NA NA

BLK NA NA

ST NA NA

PTS-AVG 2385-88.3 2040-75.6

1956-57

Memphis 30 Opponents 30

924-2174 835-2070

.425 .403

NA NA

NA NA

714-969 672-951

.737 .707

1311-43.7 1237-41.2

558-21 564-27

NA NA

NA NA

NA NA

2562-85.4 2348-78.3

1957-58

Memphis 22 Opponents 22

557-1458 507-1332

.382 .381

NA NA

NA NA

341-543 346-522

.628 .663

945-43.0 NA

393 402

NA NA

NA NA

NA NA

1455-66.1 1351-61.4

1960-61

Memphis 23 Opponents 23

742-1706 513-1443

.434 .355

NA NA

NA NA

470-703 450-655

.668 .687

1366-59.4 966-42.0

466-28 499-27

NA NA

NA NA

NA NA

1954-84.9 1476-64.1

1961-62

Memphis 22 Opponents 22

736-1530 608-1497

.481 .406

NA NA

NA NA

376-482 406-597

.761 .680

1013-46.0 976-44.4

416-18 377-14

NA NA

NA NA

NA NA

1839-83.5 1622-73.7

1962-63

Memphis 26 Opponents 26

773-1553 683-1684

.498 .406

NA NA

NA NA

421-591 432-573

.712 .747

1089-41.9 1003-38.6

454 448

NA NA

NA NA

NA NA

1967-75.7 1798-69.2

1963-64

Memphis 25 Opponents 25

759-1662 744-1887

.455 .394

NA NA

NA NA

488-688 385-568

.708 .678

1273-50.9 1156-46.2

444 511

NA NA

NA NA

NA NA

2006-80.2 1873-74.9

1964-65

Memphis 24 Opponents 24

689-1629 738-1681

.423 .439

NA NA

NA NA

455-619 473-663

.735 .713

1097-45.7 1140-47.5

495 477

NA NA

NA NA

NA NA

1833-76.4 1949-81.2

1965-66

Memphis 25 Opponents 25

780-1851 748-1719

.421 .435

NA NA

NA NA

434-673 561-832

.645 .674

1282-51.3 1270-50.8

608-32 496-20

NA NA

NA NA

NA NA

1994-79.8 2057-82.3

1966-67

Memphis 26 Opponents 26

541-1257 514-1215

.430 .423

NA NA

NA NA

430-579 442-644

.743 .686

832-32.0 936-36.0

480-20 459-15

NA NA

NA NA

NA NA

1512-58.2 1470-56.5

1967-68

Memphis 25 Opponents 25

569-1379 618-1309

.413 .472

NA NA

NA NA

396-526 416-616

.753 .675

874-35.0 957-38.3

464-18 429-16

NA NA

NA NA

NA NA

1534-61.4 1652-66.1

1968-69

Memphis 25 Opponents 25

640-1578 633-1419

.406 .446

NA NA

NA NA

375-554 467-704

.675 .663

1107-44.3 1034-41.4

524-23 351-11

309 305

NA NA

NA NA

1654-66.2 1735-69.4

1969-70

Memphis 26 Opponents 26

659-1690 802-1796

.390 .443

NA NA

NA NA

491-652 395-625

.753 .632

1226-47.2 1190-45.8

481-20 476-17

268 339

NA NA

NA NA

1809-69.6 1999-76.9

1970-71

Memphis 26 Opponents 26

817-1857 816-1851

.440 .441

NA NA

NA NA

558-819 438-662

.681 .662

1357-52.2 1203-46.2

542-23 606-31

NA NA

NA NA

NA NA

2192-84.3 2070-79.6

1971-72

Memphis 28 Opponents 28

893-1884 821-1864

.474 .441

NA NA

NA NA

577-824 455-680

.700 .669

1357-48.5 1149-41.0

547-21 601-28

NA NA

NA NA

NA NA

2363-84.4 2097-74.9

1972-73

Memphis 30 1038-2179 Opponents 30 932-2097

.476 .444

NA NA

NA NA

478-685 394-594

.698 .663

1497-49.9 1216-40.3

613-19 624-22

NA NA

NA NA

NA NA

2554-85.1 1258-75.3

1973-74

Memphis 30 Opponents 30

972-2234 919-2117

.437 .434

NA NA

NA NA

511-708 514-735

.722 .699

1356-45.2 1368-45.6

698-25 669-28

NA NA

NA NA

NA NA

2455-81.8 2352-78.4

1974-75

Memphis 27 Opponents 27

990-2084 885-2001

.475 .442

NA NA

NA NA

456-652 374-576

.699 .649

1315-48.7 1162-43.0

590-18 604-38

522 439

NA NA

NA NA

2436-90.2 2144-79.4

1975-76

Memphis 30 1045-2149 Opponents 30 941-2121

.486 .443

NA NA

NA NA

536-716 492-731

.748 .673

1362-45.4 1212-40.4

706-35 664-29

524 488

NA NA

NA NA

2626-87.5 2374-79.1

1976-77

Memphis 29 1008-2224 Opponents 29 864-2049

.453 .421

NA NA

NA NA

419-623 459-673

.672 .682

1398-48.2 1267-43.6

633-19 584-18

464 420

NA NA

NA NA

2435-83.9 2187-75.4

1977-78

Memphis 28 Opponents 28

954-1997 897-1981

.477 .453

NA NA

NA NA

389-583 429-645

.668 .665

1190-42.5 1176-42.0

604-22 555-12

NA NA

NA NA

NA NA

2297-82.0 2223-79.4

1978-79

Memphis 28 Opponents 28

899-1899 864-1863

.473 .462

NA NA

NA NA

428-631 443-678

.678 .653

1123-40.1 1158-41.3

633-21 609-26

377 NA

82 NA

222 NA

2226-79.5 2171-77.5

1979-80

Memphis 27 Opponents 27

729-1525 769-1596

.478 .482

NA NA

NA NA

369-535 387-568

.677 .681

903-33.4 912-33.8

511-19 520-21

373 333

100 72

140 196

1827-67.7 1925-71.3

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ANNUAL TEAM STATISTICS SEASON 1980-81

G Memphis 27 Opponents 27

FG-FGA 751-1561 757-1656

FG% .481 .457

FT-FTA NA NA

FT% NA NA

3PT FG-A 449-674 431-595

3PT % .666 .724

REB-AVG 1002-37.1 935-34.6

PF-DQ 505-16 588-27

A 328 322

BLK 87 56

ST 137 241

PTS-AVG 1951-72.3 1945-72.0

1981-82

Memphis 29 Opponents 29

831-1585 817-1805

.524 .453

NA NA

NA NA

521-709 292-422

.735 .692

1028-35.4 873-30.1

444-9 598-20

430 370

147 74

185 210

2183-75.3 1926-66.4

1982-83

Memphis 31 Opponents 31

897-1712 831-1965

.524 .423

NA NA

NA NA

553-743 348-533

.744 .653

1126-36.3 1009-32.5

519-10 627-24

432 361

144 70

188 266

2347-75.7 2010-64.8

1983-84

Memphis 33 Opponents 33

918-1852 796-1904

.496 .418

NA NA

NA NA

463-678 441-634

.683 .696

1198-36.3 1080-32.7

566-9 612-12

485 370

163 78

203 222

2299-69.7 2033-61.6

1984-85

Memphis 35 1015-2033 Opponents 35 911-2152

.499 .423

NA NA

NA NA

523-722 406-573

.724 .709

1305-37.3 1142-32.6

557-10 666-16

620 473

166 80

188 231

2553-72.9 2228-63.7

1985-86

Memphis 34 1115-2199 Opponents 34 967-2202

.507 .439

NA NA

NA NA

573-781 359-554

.734 .648

1344-39.5 1214-35.7

569-7 683-22

592 454

134 90

238 218

2803-82.4 2293-67.4

1986-87

Memphis 34 Opponents 34

987-1967 830-1882

.502 .441

46-135 133-329

.341 .404

530-746 430-638

.710 .674

1175-34.6 1073-31.6

631-15 647-11

545 467

102 114

315 241

2550-75.0 2223-65.4

1987-88

Memphis 32 Opponents 32

936-2032 860-1896

.461 .454

99-274 134-352

.361 .381

539-706 533-787

.763 .677

1224-38.3 1103-34.5

683-16 633-23

494 499

99 109

262 234

2510-78.4 2387-74.6

1988-89

Memphis 32 Opponents 32

933-1957 846-1977

.477 .451

80-252 114-383

.317 .298

597-842 514-787

.709 .653

1156-36.1 1159-36.2

687-17 702-30

475 599

73 110

302 237

2543-79.5 2320-72.5

1989-90

Memphis 30 Opponents 30

873-1919 789-1737

.455 .454

77-262 93-290

.294 .321

543-759 546-827

.715 .660

1093-36.4 1136-37.9

680-18 634-18

479 458

102 106

278 234

2366-78.9 2217-73.9

1990-91

Memphis 32 Opponents 32

918-1969 847-1942

.466 .436

92-282 120-361

.326 .332

520-723 563-820

.719 .687

1149-35.9 1205-37.7

669-22 618-12

480 416

114 105

252 246

2448-76.5 2377-74.3

1991-92

Memphis 34 Opponents 34

942-2081 841-2046

.453 .411

138-423 171-522

.326 .328

505-701 569-802

.720 .710

1295-38.1 1241-36.5

639-15 608-11

544 513

151 116

275 265

2527-74.3 2422-71.2

1992-93

Memphis 32 Opponents 32

888-1959 812-1870

.453 .434

170-528 169-513

.322 .329

456-675 432-662

.676 .653

1195-37.3 1147-35.8

558-10 565-12

521 475

140 85

287 233

2402-75.1 2225-69.5

1993-94

Memphis 29 Opponents 29

781-1793 733-1758

.436 .417

143-445 200-553

.321 .362

387-565 439-651

.685 .674

1129-38.9 1067-36.8

576-6 536-12

462 438

189 84

273 265

2092-72.1 2105-72.6

1994-95

Memphis 34 1003-2159 Opponents 34 850-2161

.465 .393

191-535 244-753

.357 .324

504-788 465-707

.640 .658

1424-41.9 1271-37.4

629-8 705-22

616 504

218 98

301 300

2701-79.4 2409-70.9

1995-96

Memphis 30 Opponents 30

839-1834 724-1768

.458 .410

183-530 163-566

.345 .288

344-557 361-554

.618 .652

1125-37.5 1099-36.6

508-6 519-7

491 411

158 73

283 212

2205-73.5 1972-65.7

1996-97

Memphis 31 Opponents 31

733-1721 647-1647

.426 .393

129-446 154-540

.289 .285

357-569 470-697

.627 .674

1074-34.6 1105-35.6

605-17 548-12

418 389

116 119

298 226

1952-63.0 1918-61.9

1997-98

Memphis 29 Opponents 29

779-1682 778-1746

.463 .446

143-441 157-480

.324 .327

450-709 366-574

.635 .638

1013-34.9 1071-36.9

556-21 606-15

402 421

92 96

291 231

2151-74.2 2079-71.7

1998-99

Memphis 28 Opponents 28

782-1764 755-1715

.443 .440

129-466 158-453

.277 .349

448-640 471-717

.700 .657

1063-38.0 1099-39.2

612-13 557-13

387 391

161 117

273 242

2141-76.5 2139-76.4

1999-00

Memphis 31 Opponents 31

811-1931 798-1898

.420 .420

168-492 172-550

.341 .313

480-729 462-706

.658 .654

1204-38.8 1230-39.7

608-11 644-20

449 443

137 112

238 269

2270-73.2 2230-71.9

2000-01

Memphis 36 Opponents 36

965-2208 832-2032

.437 .409

196-573 178-542

.342 .328

577-908 603-907

.635 .665

1437-39.9 1313-36.5

737-26 764-17

557 447

183 137

231 231

2703-75.1 2445-67.9

2001-02

Memphis 36 1045-2276 Opponents 36 864-2190

.459 .395

181-501 183-624

.361 .293

608-912 566-827

.667 .684

1539-42.8 1302-36.2

702-22 770-23

555 479

157 141

266 236

2879-80.0 2477-68.8

2002-03

Memphis 30 Opponents 30

.435 .406

210-610 177-546

.344 .324

448-685 404-623

.654 .648

1203-40.1 1079-36.0

563-17 598-17

493 404

152 96

216 218

2232-74.4 1993-66.4

787-1809 706-1738

Memphis Basketball★137


PYRAMID RECORDS Individual Records Memphis Most Points Scored: 39 by Keiron Shine (vs Miami, Fla., Dec. 4, 1994) Most Field Goals Made: 15 by Chris Massie (vs Tulane, Jan. 7, 2003) Most Field Goals Attempted: 26, Earl Barron (vs Austin Peay, Nov. 22, 2002) Best Field Goal Percentage (Min. 10 Att.): .909 (10-11) by Kelly Wise (vs Tulane, March 1, 2000) Most 3-Point Goals Made: 7 by Rodney Newsom (vs Cincinnati, Feb. 3, 1995 & vs Arkansas, Jan. 18, 1996) Most 3-Point Goals Attempted: 12 by Rodney Newsom (vs Cincinnati, Feb. 3, 1995 & vs Arkansas, Jan. 18, 1996) Best 3-Point Percentage (Min. 4 Att.): 1.000 (4-for-4) by Billy Richmond (vs TCU, Feb. 26, 2003) Most Free Throws Made: 13 by Lorenzen Wright (vs Georgia State, Dec. 5, 1995) Most Free Throws Attempted: 21 Lorenzen Wright (vs Georgia State, Dec. 5, 1995) Best Free Throw Percentage (Min. 10 Att.): 1.000 (12 of 12) by Marcus Moody (vs Tennessee, Dec. 18, 1999); (10 of 10), Detric Golden (vs Houston, Feb. 26, 1998) Most Rebounds: 20 by Lorenzen Wright (vs Southern Miss, Jan. 17, 1995), Omar Sneed (vs DePaul, Feb. 11, 1998) Most Assists: 14 by Anfernee Hardaway (vs Georgia State, Jan. 4, 1993)

Most Field Goals Attempted: 25 by Lindsey Hunter (Jackson State, Dec. 23, 1991) Best Field Goal Percentage (Min. 10 Att.): .917 (11 of 12) by Tim James (Miami, Fla., Dec. 22, 1997) Most 3-Point Goals Made: 10 by Bernard Haslett (Southern Miss, Feb. 10, 1993) Most 3-Point Goals Att: 16 by Lindsey Hunter (Jackson State, Dec. 18, 1992) Best 3-Point Percentage (Min. 8 Att.): .727 (8 of 11) by Richie Frahm (Gonzaga, Nov. 16, 1998) Most Free Throws Made: 11 by Vandarel Jones (Southern Miss, Dec. 27, 2001) Most Free Throws Att: 15 by David Wall (Southern Miss, Dec. 27, 2001) Best Free Throw Percentage (Min. 10 Att.): 1.000 (10 of 10) by Anthony Peeler (Missouri, Jan. 8, 1992); Terrence Brandon (Georgia State, Dec. 5, 1995) Most Rebounds: 16 by Amal McCaskill (Marquette, March 8, 1996) Most Assists: 15 by Tony Miller (Marquette, Feb. 18, 1995) Most Steals: 7 by Waitari Marsh (Tulane, Jan. 14, 1999) Most Blocked Shots: 6 by Gerrick Morris (South Florida, Feb. 25, 2001)

Team Records Memphis Most Points Scored: 124 vs Georgia State, Dec. 7, 1994 Most Points Scored In One Half: 76 vs Georgia State, Dec. 7, 1994

Most Steals: 7 by Anfernee Hardaway (vs Saint Louis, Feb. 1, 1992); Chris Garner (vs Tennessee, Dec. 2, 1993 & vs Georgia State, Dec. 7, 1994)

Fewest Points Scored: 46 vs Marquette, Jan. 29, 1994

Most Blocked Shots: 9 by David Vaughn (vs Georgia State, Dec. 11, 1993)

Highest Two-Team Total: 202 (UM 105, Louisiana-Lafayette 97), Dec. 16, 1991

Opponents

Lowest Two-Team Total: 97 (UAB 50, UM 47), Jan. 16, 1993; 97 (Marquette 51, UM 46), Jan. 29, 1994

Most Points Scored: 38 by Michael Allen (Louisiana-Lafayette, Dec. 11, 1992); Maurio Hanson (Chattanooga, Jan. 5, 1995)

Most Field Goals Made: 50 vs Georgia State, Dec. 7, 1994

Most Field Goals Made: 14 by Michael Allen (Louisiana-Lafayette, Dec. 11, 1992); 14, Richie Frahm (Gonzaga, Nov. 16, 1998)

TOP ATTENDANCE GAMES

Most Field Goals Attempted: 91 vs Florida A&M, Dec. 19, 1994 Best Field Goal Percentage: .635 (33 of 52) vs Saint Louis, Jan. 25, 1995 Fewest Field Goals Made: 14 vs UAB, Jan. 16, 1993

1. 2.

12. 13.

March 1, 2003 vs Cincinnati ............................. 2 0 , 5 8 6 Nov. 29, 1991 vs DePaul ................................... 2 0 , 1 4 2 Dec. 14, 1991 vs Tennessee ............................ 2 0 , 1 4 2 Jan. 8, 1992 vs Missouri ..................................... 2 0 , 1 4 2 Feb. 8, 1992 vs Arkansas .................................. 2 0 , 1 4 2 Feb. 6, 1993 vs Cincinnati ................................. 2 0 , 1 4 2 Feb. 27, 1993 vs Marquette .............................. 2 0 , 1 4 2 Dec. 8, 1993 vs Arkansas .................................. 2 0 , 1 4 2 Jan. 18, 1996 vs Arkansas ................................. 2 0 , 1 4 2 Feb. 25, 1996 vs Louisville ................................ 2 0 , 1 4 2 Jan. 10, 1998 vs Arkansas ................................. 2 0 , 1 4 2 Nov. 17, 2000 vs Temple .................................. 2 0 , 1 4 2 Mar. 7, 1992 vs Cincinnati ................................ 2 0 , 0 7 8 Jan. 2, 2002 vs Arkansas .................................... 2 0 , 0 0 4 Jan. 30, 2002 vs Louisville ................................. 2 0 , 0 0 4

Fewest Field Goals Attempted: 40 vs. Southeastern Louisiana, Nov. 23, 2001 Most 3-Point Goals Made: 15 vs Howard, Jan. 3, 2001 Most 3-Point Goals Attempted: 29 vs Arkansas, Jan. 18, 1996; vs Vanderbilt, Dec. 7, 1996; vs Houston, Jan. 22, 2000, vs TCU, Feb. 26, 2003 Best 3-Point Percentage (Min. 8 Att.): .625 (5 of 8) vs Saint Louis, Feb. 18, 1999 Most Free Throws Made: 32 vs Jackson State, Dec. 18, 1992 Most Free Throws Attempted: 48 vs Jackson State, Dec. 18, 1992 Best Free Throw Percentage (Min 15 Att.): .893 (25 of 28) vs Saint Louis, Dec. 18, 1999

138★Memphis Basketball


PYRAMID RECORDS ALL-TIME PYRAMID ATTENDANCE Year 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 Total

G Average 16 16,142 17 15,107 16 11,205 17 9,765 17 14,235 15 11,980 15 13,427 16 13,913 17 11,974 17 17,110 21 16,225 16 16,643 200 2,933,318

Total 258,272 256,822 179,274 166,006 241,996 179,703 201,398 222,605 203,550 290,864 340,723 266,283 14,667

Nat. Rank 8th 12th 33rd 16th 18th 20th 25th 6th 10th 7th

Record 12-4 14-3 10-6 17-0 16-1 11-4 11-4 11-5 11-6 12-5 19-2 14-2 158-42

Fewest Rebounds: 24 by Robert Morris, Dec. 28, 1992; by Wofford, Nov. 13, 2001 Most Personal Fouls: 33 by Houston, Feb. 6, 1999; by Eastern Kentucky, Dec. 1, 2001 Fewest Personal Fouls: 8 by Temple, Feb. 13, 1992; by Southern Miss, Feb. 1, 2003

Miscellaneous Numbers First Basket: Tony Madlock vs DePaul, Nov. 29, 1991 First Free Throw: Stephen Howard (DePaul, Nov. 29, 1991); for UM-Tony Madlock (vs DePaul, Nov. 29, 1991) First 3-Pointer: David Booth (DePaul, Nov. 29, 1991); for UM-Anfernee Hardaway (vs DePaul, Nov. 29, 1991) First Blocked Shot: Anfernee Hardaway (vs DePaul, Nov. 29, 1991)

Fewest Free Throws Attempted: 1 vs Southern Miss, Feb. 1, 2003

First Slam Dunk: Jeff Stern (DePaul, Nov. 29, 1991); for UM-David Vaughn (vs DePaul, Nov. 29, 1991)

Most Rebounds: 62 vs Jackson State, Nov. 28, 1995

First Undefeated Season: 1994-95 (17-0)

Fewest Rebounds: 21 vs UAB, Feb. 22, 1992; vs Alcorn State, Nov. 28, 1993

Longest Winning Streak: 34 games (1994-1996)

Most Personal Fouls: 31 vs DePaul, Nov. 29, 1992

Longest Regular Season Winning Streak: 34 games (1994-1996)

Fewest Personal Fouls: 10 vs Tennessee, Dec. 2, 1993; vs DePaul, Jan. 11, 1996

First Victory: Memphis 78, Murray State 54 (Dec. 3, 1991)

Single-Game Attendance: 20,586 vs Cincinnati, March 1, 2003

RANKED TEAMS AT THE PYRAMID (Memphis Record: 12 wins, 13 losses)

Lowest Single-Game Attendance: 2,117 vs Dayton, Feb. 9, 1994

Opponents Most Points Scored: 100 by DePaul, Feb. 11, 1998 Fewest Points Scored: 42 by Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Nov. 30, 1998; by Howard, Jan. 3, 2001 Most Field Goals Made: 36 by DePaul, Feb. 11, 1998 Most Field Goals Attempted: 83 by Jackson State, Dec. 2, 1997 Best Field Goal Percentage: .551 (27 of 49), by Miami, Fla., Dec. 22, 1997 Fewest Field Goals Made: 13 by Southeastern Louisiana, Nov. 24, 2001 Most 3-Point Goals Made: 14 by Saint Louis, Jan. 25, 1995 Most 3-Point Goals Attempted: 38 by Saint Louis, Jan. 25, 1995; by Marquette, Feb. 18, 1995 Best 3-point Percentage: .615 (8 of 13) by BYU, March 20, 2002 Most Free Throws Made: 29 by DePaul, Nov. 29, 1991 Most Free Throws Attempted: 39 by DePaul, Nov. 29, 1991 Best Free Throw Percentage: .882 (15 of 17) by Georgia State, Dec. 5, 1995

Rank 1 4 5 7 9 9 11 11 12 13 14 18 19 19 19 20 20 20 21 21 21 22 22 23 24

Opponent Arkansas Cincinnati Arkansas Illinois Cincinnati Cincinnati Louisville Cincinnati Missouri Tennessee Cincinnati Vanderbilt Saint Louis UAB Cincinnati Arkansas Marquette DePaul Marquette Louisville Tulane Arkansas Marquette Cincinnati DePaul

Fewest Free Throws Made: 2 by Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Nov. 30, 1998 Fewest Free Throws Attempted: 5 by Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Nov. 30, 1998 Most Rebounds: 54 by Louisiana-Lafayette, Nov. 17, 1994; by UAB, Feb. 19, 2001

Memphis Basketball★139

Date Dec. 8, 1993 Feb. 6, 1993 Feb. 8, 1992 Dec. 28, 2002 Feb. 27, 1999 March 1, 1997 Feb. 9, 1997 March 13, 1993 Jan. 8, 1992 Dec. 18, 1999 March 7, 1992 Jan. 6, 1993 Feb. 26, 1994 Feb. 12, 1994 Jan. 23, 1994 Dec. 19, 1998 Feb. 27, 1993 Nov. 29, 1991 March 8, 1996 Feb. 25, 1996 Dec. 9, 1992 Jan. 10, 1998 Jan. 29, 1994 Feb. 3, 1995 Dec. 28, 1999

Result L, 96-78 W, 68-66 W, 92-88 W, 77-74 L, 89-64 W, 75-63 W, 79-59 L, 77-72 W, 89-78 L, 74-69 L, 69-59 W, 84-78 L, 71-66 W, 58-53 W, 62-55 L, 99-74 W, 68-63 L, 92-89 (ot) L, 72-60 W, 57-54 L, 86-85 L, 75-72 L, 51-46 W, 74-69 (ot) L, 71-65


1,000 POINT SCORERS 1. Keith Lee ............................ 2,408

5. Cedric Henderson ............. 1,697

West Memphis, Ark. Year

1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 Totals

G

FG-FGA

3FG-FGA

29 31 33 35

199-370 220-438 245-453 266-536

— — — —

128

930-1797

Memphis, Tenn. FT-FTA

PTS

AVG

134-178 141-172 117-151 156-200

532 581 607 688

18.3 18.7 18.4 19.7

548-701 2408

18.8

2. Elliot Perry ........................ 2,209

Year

Totals

G

1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 Totals

FG-FGA

32 140-336 32 202-437 30 175-419 32 235-507 126

752-1699

FT-FTA

PTS

AVG

FG-FGA

1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77

143-414

Totals

Totals

562-707 2209

17.5

FT-FTA

PTS

AVG

145-190 479 18.4 187-223 669 23.9 209-250 721 24.0 541-663 1869

22.3

4. Forest Arnold .................... 1,854

PTS

AVG

383 438 379 497

13.7 12.9 12.6 16.0

273-434 1697

13.8

96-316

688-1596

3FG-FGA

— — — — —

FT-FTA

119-152 30-46 65-89 88-117

PTS

AVG

551 18.4 218 14.5 415 14.8 494 17.0

302-404 1678

16.5

7. Bill Cook ............................ 1,629 Year

G

1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76

FG-FGA

25 50-117 30 182-435 26 185-405 27 180-392 108

597-1349

3FG-FGA

— — — — —

FT-FTA

36-43 125-145 126-153 150-178

PTS

AVG

136 5.4 487 16.2 496 19.1 510 18.9

435-519 1629

15.1

8. Kelly Wise ......................... 1,487

Puxico, Mo. G

FG-FGA

30 216-465 15 94-226 28 175-420 29 203-485 102

Totals

Year

664-1477

FT-FTA

18-67 45-75 23-77 67-115 30-77 57-93 25-95 104-151

Memphis, Tenn. 3FG-FGA

— — —

664-1517

G

49-136 87-108 420 13.1 17-66 192-234 620 19.3 24-76 137-182 504 16.8 53-136 146-184 665 20.8

1970-71 26 167-415 1971-72 28 241-527 1972-73 30 256-575 84

123

Year

Memphis, Tenn. G

3FG-FGA

Little Rock, Ark. 3FG-FGA

3. Larry Finch ........................ 1,869 Year

FG-FGA

28 160-344 34 174-395 30 146-297 31 184-441

6. Dexter Reed ...................... 1,678

Memphis, Tenn. Year

G

1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97

Fort Walton Beach, Fla.

FG-FGA 3FG-3FGA

1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56

24 23 22 26

150-344 180-426 157-364 203-449

— — — —

Totals

95

690-1583

FT-FTA

PTS

AVG

94-138 123-191 112-161 145-209

394 483 426 521

16.4 21.0 19.4 21.2

474-699 1854

19.5

Year

1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 Totals

G

FG-FGA

28 71-120 28 161-287 36 212-441 36 147-259 124

591-1107

3FG-FGA

FT-FTA

PTS

0-0

305-561 1487

Keith Lee is Memphis’s all-time leading scorer finishing his four-year career with 2,408 career points.

140★Memphis Basketball

AVG

0-0 31-53 173 6.2 0-0 83-143 405 14.5 0-0 126-250 550 15.3 0-0 65-115 359 11.2 12.0


1,000 POINT SCORERS 9. Phillip Haynes .................... 1,479

17. Dwight Boyd ...................... 1,249

Memphis, Tenn. Year

G

1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 Totals

10.

FG-FGA

27 111-239 29 151-288 31 166-322 33 173-348 120

601-1197

Memphis, Tenn. 3FG-FGA

FT-FTA

PTS

AVG

— — — —

55-78 58-82 89-108 75-102

277 360 421 421

10.3 12.4 13.6 12.8

277-370 1479

12.3

Andre Turner ..................... 1,442

Year

Totals

1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 Totals

FG-FGA

31 33 34 34

127-245 107-234 154-309 196-410

— — — —

54-67 58-87 80-112 82-96

132

584-1198

274-362 1442

3FG-FGA

FT-FTA

PTS

AVG

FG-FGA

— — —

Totals

12.

537-1294

308 9.9 272 8.2 388 11.4 474 13.9 10.9

FT-FTA

PTS

AVG

114-132 480 19.2 115-134 445 17.1 106-126 484 19.4 335-392 1409

18.5

Alvin Wright ....................... 1,319 G

1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 Totals

12.

FG-FGA

27 88-193 30 104-232 29 173-371 28 180-390 114

545-1186

FG-FGA

G

FG-FGA

3FG-FGA

FT-FTA

74-NA 150-NA 150-NA 134-NA

— — — —

33-55 87-NA 48-90 59-98

Totals

98

508-NA

229-NA 1245

Year

G

FG-FGA

3FG-FGA

FT-FTA

PTS

— — — —

38-57 70-95 48-81 73-112

229-345 1319

AVG

214 7.9 278 9.2 394 13.5 433 15.5 11.6

Year

G

1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 Totals

FG-FGA

3FG-FGA

FT-FTA

29 82-225 24 110-261 31 120-329 34 126-304

32-126 42-128 39-125 50-141

27-50 41-51 57-78 42-67

118

438-1119

163-520

FT-FTA

PTS

AVG

261-364 1319

20.0

Year

PTS

AVG

0-2 86-113 454 2-2 0-0 10 7-21 115-152 466 5-17 94-129 375

13.4 10.0 16.6 12.9

14-42

FT-FTA

295-394 1305

G

FG-FGA

3FG-FGA

G

FG-FGA

3FG-FGA

27 29 31 20

79-164 117-209 177-298 72-149

— — — —

107

445-820

Year

FG-FGA

421-968

G

FG-FGA

3FG-FGA

1984-85 35 115-225 1985-86 34 150-306 1986-87 34 187-387 Totals

103

452-918

16-42

361-449 1203

21.5

FT-FTA

PTS

AVG

251-334 1171

11.4

Arlington, Tenn. FT-FTA

78-118 96-122 134-179 68-88

PTS

AVG

238 8.6 330 11.4 488 15.7 212 10.6

376-507 1266

11.8

Year

G

1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 Totals

FG-FGA

28 127-294 27 125-274 27 99-224 29 102-221 111

453-1013

3FG-FGA

FT-FTA

PTS

— — — —

50-65 77-100 50-74 71-94

248-333 1154

AVG

304 10.9 327 12.1 248 9.2 275 9.5 10.4

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

3FG-FGA

FT-FTA

PTS

AVG

Year

G

FG-FGA

3FG-FGA

— — —

62-78 444 15.3 88-112 512 18.3 42-57 298 15.6

1970-71 26 128-212 1971-72 28 170-279 1972-73 29 166-313

— — —

Totals

192-247 1254

Totals

531-1169

AVG

— 59-93 289 8.3 — 70-86 370 10.9 16-42 122-155 512 15.1

1976-77 29 191-428 1977-78 28 212-466 1978-79 19 128-275 76

PTS

23. Otis Jackson ....................... 1,154

Memphis, Tenn. G

56

FT-FTA

140-178 574 22.1 221-271 629 21.0

14.2

16. James Bradley .................... 1,254 Year

10.2

22. Vincent Askew ................... 1,171

Grand Junction, Tenn.

Totals

167-246 1206

Vincent, Tenn. 3FG-FGA

15. Bobby Parks ....................... 1,266 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84

AVG

21. Win Wilfong ........................ 1,203

Memphis, Tenn.

Year

PTS

223 7.7 303 12.6 336 10.8 344 10.1

Puxico, Mo. 3FG-FGA

14. David Vaughn ..................... 1,305

498-1024

13.2

20. Marcus Moody ................... 1,208

92

AVG

196-313 1224

514-906

Totals

Totals

PTS

93

142-410

1991-92 34 184-359 1992-93 1 4-11 1993-94 28 172-347 1994-95 29 138-307

FT-FTA

Totals

Totals

FG-FGA

12.7

30-56 246 9.5 68-101 426 12.2 98-156 552 17.3

— —

G

AVG

— — —

1955-56 26 217-478 1956-57 30 204-490

Year

PTS

183 7.9 387 12.9 348 15.8 327 14.2

1983-84 26 108-187 1984-85 35 179-330 1985-86 32 227-389

69-190 103-158 590 17.4 73-220 158-206 729 22.8

458-1005

9.5

19. William Bedford ................. 1,224

1991-92 34 209-483 1992-93 32 249-522 66

272-329 1249

23 30 22 23

Memphis, Tenn. G

7-25

AVG

Memphis, Tenn. 3FG-FGA

Anfernee Hardaway ........... 1,319

Year

485-1034

PTS

100 2.9 330 9.7 378 11.1 441 15.2

1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59

Memphis, Tenn. Year

FT-FTA

— 22-33 — 60-74 3-5 79-98 4-20 111-124

Memphis, Tenn. 3FG-FGA

1965-66 25 183-435 1966-67 26 165-395 1967-68 25 189-464 76

131

Year

Memphis, Tenn. G

3FG-FGA

Bloomfield, Mo.

G

11. Mike Butler ........................ 1,409 Year

FG-FGA

34 39-108 34 135-266 34 148-300 29 163-360

18. Orby Arnold ....................... 1,245

Memphis, Tenn. Year

G

1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88

16.5

Memphis Basketball★141

83

464-804

FT-FTA

PTS

AVG

59-96 315 12.1 103-148 443 15.8 60-98 392 13.5 222-332 1150

13.9


1,000 POINT SCORERS 25. Phil Hodson ........................ 1,147

32. Billy Smith .......................... 1,040

Yorktown, Ind. Year

1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 Totals

Memphis, Tenn.

G

FG-FGA

3FG-FGA

21 20 25 35

NA NA NA 151-NA

— — — —

101

NA

FT-FTA

NA NA NA 150-197

PTS

AVG

201 9.6 236 11.8 288 11.5 422 13.2

NA 1147

Year

FG-FGA

3FG-FGA

1990-91 30 52-152 1991-92 34 128-312 1992-93 32 190-436

13-49 51-150 50-152

35-47 152 5.1 73-101 380 11.2 78-123 508 15.9

Totals

114-351

186-271 1040

FG-FGA

— — —

Totals

419-1011

FT-FTA

PTS

AVG

56-84 296 14.1 133-177 445 17.1 116-155 402 15.5 305-416 1143

15.7

27. Ernest Smith ...................... 1,122

Year

G

1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 Totals

3FG-FGA

FT-FTA

32 152-278 30 123-231 30 94-184 34 54-142

3-12 0-1 3-3 2-12

93-143 73-118 52-79 40-56

423-835

8-28

PTS

AVG

400 12.9 319 10.6 243 8.2 160 4.7

258-396 1122

Totals

FG-FGA

— — —

Totals

378-799

FT-FTA

PTS

AVG

117-144 295 15.5 110-169 356 14.2 135-19 467 16.7 362-512 1118

15.5

29. Bob Neumann ..................... 1,117

Year

G

FG-FGA

— — —

Totals

386-758

FT-FTA

PTS

AVG

130-156 422 19.1 65-83 177 22.1 150-190 518 20.7 345-429 1117

20.3

30. Baskerville Holmes ............ 1,112 G

1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 Totals

FG-FGA

G

— — — —

443-868

FG-FGA

FT-FTA

25-46 26-45 63-85 112-137

PTS

AVG

125 4.0 166 5.2 335 9.6 486 14.3

226-313 1112

8.4

3FG-FGA

FT-FTA

PTS

5-21 138-207 605 20.9 6-37 113-176 467 16.7

Totals

11-58

405-739

FG-FGA

3FG-FGA

FT-FTA

PTS

AVG

405-735

216-340 1026

16.0

35. John Hillman ...................... 1,009 Year

G

FG-FGA

3FG-FGA

1962-63 26 95-210 1963-64 25 115-261 1964-65 24 182-378

— — —

Totals

75

392-849

FT-FTA

PTS

AVG

44-64 234 9.0 62-93 292 11.7 119-145 483 20.1 225-302 1009

13.5

36. Hunter Beckman ................ 1,007 Year

G

FG-FGA

3FG-FGA

FT-FTA

PTS

AVG

1960-61 16 24-54 1961-62 22 206-361 1962-63 26 200-379

— — —

8-12 56 3.5 57-69 469 21.3 82-106 482 18.5

Totals

147-187 1007

64

430-794

15.7

37. Earl Barron ........................ 1,002 Year

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

AVG

1997-98 29 231-395 1998-99 28 174-344 57

11.0

0-2

64

Beaumont, Texas G

268-342 1035

Totals

31. Omar Sneed ....................... 1,072 Year

73-218

Clarksville, Miss. 3FG-FGA

31 50-100 32 70-155 35 136-255 34 187-358 132

347-831

0-1 107-171 503 14.8 0-1 109-169 523 17.4

Memphis, Tenn. Year

AVG

Troy, Mo. 3FG-FGA

1961-62 22 146-294 1962-63 8 56-109 1963-64 25 184-355 55

PTS

1994-95 34 198-353 1995-96 30 207-382

Cincinnati, Ohio Year

FT-FTA

49-133 84-109 258 8.1 14-52 106-137 360 11.3 10-33 78-96 417 13.9

Memphis, Tenn.

3FG-FGA

1969-70 19 89-189 1970-71 25 123-256 1971-72 28 166-354 72

94

3FG-FGA

34. Lorenzen Wright ................ 1,026

Charleston, S.C. G

FG-FGA

8.9

28. Don Holcomb ..................... 1,118 Year

10.8

Memphis, Tenn.

FG-FGA

126

G

1987-88 32 82-212 1988-89 32 120-284 1989-90 30 145-335

Memphis, Tenn. Year

AVG

Memphis, Tenn. 3FG-FGA

1968-69 21 120-286 1969-70 26 156-395 1970-71 26 143-330 73

370-900

PTS

33. Cheyenne Gibson ............... 1,035

Nashville, Tenn. G

96

FT-FTA

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251-383 1072

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FG-FGA

3FG-FGA

FT-FTA

PTS

AVG

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64-149 112-207 119-229 65-166

0-4 0-0 3-9 1-10

40-73 74-127 90-115 74-91

168 298 331 205

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278-406 1002

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ALL-AMERICA HONORS FORESTARNOLD

RICHJONES

DAJUANWAGNER

UPI, 1955, 1956 (honorable mention) Converse 1954, 1955, 1956 (honorable mention)

Converse 1969 (honorable mention) The Sporting News 1969 (honorable mention) N.E.A. 1969 (honorable mention)

Associated Press 2002 (honorable mention) Basketball Times 2002 (1st team freshman All-American) The Sporting News 2002 (freshman All-American)

ORBYARNOLD United Press International 1958 (honorable mention) Converse 1958 (honorable mention)

HUNTERBECKMAN Converse 1962 (honorable mention)

LARRYKENON Associated Press 1973 (honorable mention) Converse 1973 (2nd team) Basketball Weekly 1973 (1st team)

GEORGEKIRK

WILLIAM BEDFORD Associated Press 1986 (3rd team) United Press International 1986 (honorable mention)

JAMESBRADLEY Associated Press 1978 (3rd team) Converse 1977 (honorable mention) The Sporting News 1978, 1979 (honorable mention)

MIKEBUTLER Converse 1968 (honorable mention)

BILLCOOK Associated Press 1975 (honorable mention) Converse 1975, 1976 (honorable mention) The Sporting News 1974 (honorable mention)

JAMESDOUGLAS Basketball Weekly 1971 (honorable mention)

United Press International 1963 (honorable mention) Converse 1963, 1964 (honorable mention)

KEITHLEE Associated Press 1982 (2nd team), 1983 (2nd team), 1984 (3rd team), 1985 (1st team) UPI 1982 (honorable mention), 1983 (1st team), 1984 (2nd team), 1985 (1st team) Converse 1982 (2nd team), 1983 (1st team) The Sporting News 1982 (honorable mention), 1983 (1st team), 1985 (1st team) Basketball Weekly 1982 (3rd team), 1983 (1st team), 1984 (3rd team), 1985 (1st team) U.S.B.W.A. 1983 (1st team), 1985 (1st team) Basketball Times 1982 (5th team), 1983 (1st team),1984 (3rd team), 1985 (2nd team) NBC 1983 (1st team) ESPN 1983 (2nd team), 1984 (2nd team),1985 (1st team) National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), 1984 (2nd team), 1985 (1st team)

The Sporting News 1983 (honorable mention)

Associated Press 1973 (honorable mention) United Press International 1973 (honorable mention) Converse 1973 (honorable mention) Basketball Weekly 1973 (honorable mention) Citizen's Savings Athletic Foundation 1973 (1st team) U.S.B.W.A. 1973 (1st team) Basketball News 1972 (3rd team)

ELLIOTPERRY

Basketball Times 1996 (2nd team All-American) College Sports 1996 (2nd team All-American) UPI 1996 (2nd team All-American) Basketball Weekly 1996 (3rd team All-American) NABC 1996 (3rd team All-American) Basketball Times 1995 (1st team freshman All-American) Basketball Weekly 1995 (1st team freshman All-American)

WAYNEYATES Converse 1961 (honorable mention) New York Times 1961 (1st team)

DEXTERREED Converse 1977 (2nd team) The Sporting News 1977 (honorable mention)

RONNIEROBINSON

MARION HILLARD

DAVIDVAUGHN

Converse 1975, 1976 (honorable mention) The Sporting News 1976 (honorable mention)

The Sporting News 1992 (1st team freshman All-American team)

The Sporting News 1982 (honorable mention)

LORENZEN WRIGHT

Associated Press 1989 (honorable mention) Basketball Weekly 1990 (honorable mention)

Associated Press 1992 (honorable mention) Associated Press 1993 (1st team) The Sporting News 1993 (1st team) Basketball Weekly 1993 (1st team) U.S. Basketball Writers 1993 (1st team) John Wooden 1993 (1st team) Scripps-Howard 1993 (1st team) Playboy 1992 (1st team) Basketball Times 1993 (2nd team)

OTISJACKSON

United Press International 1956 (honorable mention) Converse 1957 (1st team) Citizens Savings Athletic Foundation 1957 (1st team)

BOBBYPARKS

LARRYFINCH

ANFERNEE HARDAWAY

WINWILFONG

Converse 1973 (honorable mention) Basketball News 1972 (3rd team)

ANDRETURNER Associated Press 1986 (honorable mention) United Press International 1986 (honorable mention)

Larry Kenon was a second-team Converse All-American in helping lead Memphis to the 1973 NCAA Finals.

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MEMPHIS ACCOLADES ALL-CONFERENCE ALL-CONFERENCE USA FIRST TEAM Lorenzen Wright .......................................1996 Omar Sneed ..............................................1998 Kelly Wise .................................... 2001 & 2002 Dajuan Wagner .........................................2002 Chris Massie ..............................................2003

ALL-CONFERENCE USA SECOND TEAM Cedric Henderson .....................................1997 Omar Sneed ..............................................1999

ALL-CONFERENCE USA THIRD TEAM Detric Golden ............................................1998 Kelly Wise ..................................................2000 Antonio Burks ...........................................2003

CONFERENCE USA ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM Courtney Trask ..........................................2000 Scooter McFadgon ....................................2001 Dajuan Wagner .........................................2002 Rodney Carney .........................................2003

C-USA FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Dajuan Wagner .........................................2002

C-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 (2) .......................... Feb. 2, 1998 & Feb. 23, 1998 Keiron Shine ................................. Dec. 6, 1999 Kelly Wise (3) ........................ Feb. 12, 2001, Jan. 14, 2002 & ................................................... Feb. 25, 2002 Shyrone Chatman ...................... Feb. 26, 2001 Chris Massie ...............................Dec. 30, 2002

C-USA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Lorenzen Wright .......................................1996 Kelly Wise ..................................................2001

GREAT MIDWEST MVP Anfernee Hardaway ...................................1992 Anfernee Hardaway ...................................1993

GMCNEWCOMER OF THE YEAR Anfernee Hardaway ...................................1992 Lorenzen Wright .......................................1995

GMCCOACH OF THE YEAR Larry Finch ................................................1995

ALL-GREAT MIDWEST FIRST TEAM

Cedric Henderson .....................................1994 Chris Garner .............................................1994 Lorenzen Wright .......................................1995

GMCPLAYER OF THE WEEK

METRO ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM

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

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

GMCALL-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

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 Buford ..........................................1985 Andre Turner ............................................1985 Baskerville Holmes ....................................1986 Sylvester Gray ...........................................1987 Elliot Perry .................................................1990

ALL-METRO HONORABLE MENTION

Anfernee Hardaway ..................... 1992 & 1993 David Vaughn ............................................1994 Lorenzen Wright .......................................1995

ALL-GREAT MIDWEST SECOND TEAM David Vaughn ............................................1992 Billy Smith .................................................1993 David Vaughn ............................................1995

GMCALL-NEWCOMER TEAM Anfernee Hardaway ...................................1992 David Vaughn ............................................1992 Rodney Newsom .......................................1993

Phillip Haynes .............................. 1981 & 1983 Bobby Parks ..............................................1981 Derrick Phillips ..........................................1982

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

METRO PLAYER OF THE WEEK 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 COACH OF THE YEAR Gene Bartow .............................................1972

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MEMPHIS ACCOLADES POST-SEASON TOURNAMENTS

TAMPA TRIBUNE ALL-NAME TEAM

USBWA ALL-DISTRICT 4

Baskerville Holmes, 1st Team ...................1983

Omar Sneed ..............................................1998 Dajuan Wagner..........................................2002 Chris Massie ..............................................2003

STREET & SMITH’S FRESHMAN OF INFLUENCE

NCAATOURNAMENT MVP Larry Finch, NCAA Midwest Regional .......1973 Andre Turner, NCAA Midwest Regional ...1985

Baskerville Holmes ....................................1982

USBWA ALL-DISTRICT 5

BASKETBALL WEEKLY

Larry Finch ................................................1973

NCAAALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

ALL-SOUTH TEAM

Larry Finch, Midwest Regional ..................1973 Larry Kenon, Midwest Regional .................1973 Ronnie Robinson, Midwest Regional .........1973 Larry Finch, NCAA Final Four ....................1973 Larry Kenon, NCAA Final Four ..................1973 William Bedford, Midwest Regional ..........1984 William Bedford, Midwest Regional ..........1985 Andre Turner, Midwest Regional ..............1985 Anfernee Hardaway, Midwest Regional .....1992 Mingo Johnson, Midwest Regional ............1995

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, 2nd Team ...............................1989 Elliot Perry, Honorable Mention ................1990 Elliot Perry, 2nd Team ...............................1991

NITTOURNAMENT MVP

USBWA DISTRICT 3

Win Wilfong ..............................................1957 Dajuan Wagner .........................................2002

NITALL-TOURNAMENT Kelly Wise, NIT Final Four .........................2001 Earl Barron, NIT Final Four ........................2002 Dajuan Wagner, NIT Final Four .................2002

MISCELLANEOUS HONORS VANGARD CLUB COLLEGE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

NABC NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR Gene Bartow .............................................1973

NABC DIVISION I DISTRCIT 7 Omar Sneed ................................ 1998 & 1999 Dajuan Wagner..........................................2002 Kelly Wise ..................................................2002 Chris Massie ..............................................2003

TSWA PLAYER OF THE YEAR Anfernee Hardaway ..................... 1992 & 1993 Omar Sneed ..............................................1998

PLAYER OF THE YEAR

BASKETBALL WEEKLY COACH OF THE YEAR

Keith Lee ...................................................1983

Dana Kirk ...................................................1982

BASKETBALL TIMES ROOKIE COACH OF THE YEAR

USBWA ALL-DISTRICT 3 Larry Finch ................................................1972 Ronnie Robinson .......................................1972 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

Larry Finch ................................................1987

Keith Lee ...................................................1983

BASKETBALL TIMES FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICAN Sylvester Gray, 1st Team ..........................1987 Elliot Perry, 2nd Team ...............................1988 Todd Mundt, Honorable Mention .............1990 David Vaughn, 1st Team ...........................1992 Lorenzen Wright, 1st Team .......................1995 Dajuan Wagner, 1st Team .........................2002

BASKETBALL WEEKLY FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICAN Sylvester Gray, 2nd Team .........................1987 Elliot Perry, 2nd Team ...............................1988 Cedric Henderson, 5th Team ....................1994 Lorenzen Wright, 1st Team .......................1995

AL McGUIRE’S FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICAN Andre Turner ............................................1983

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 Baskverville Holmes, 1st Team .................1983

Bill Cook (left) along with Dexter Reed were Memphis’s first AllMetro team members in 1976 while James Bradley (right) was named first team all-Metro in 1978 & 1979.

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30 POINT GAMES 48 Larry Finch vs St. Joseph’s .......................................... Jan. 20, 1973 46 Forest Arnold vs Hardin-Simmons ............................... Dec. 7, 1955 44 Dick Kinder vs Marshall ............................................ Dec. 11, 1953 42 Leslie Steele vs Southwestern .................................... Feb. 17, 1942 Elliot Perry vs East Tennessee ..................................... Jan. 30, 1991 41 Marcus Moody vs Oklahoma ..................................... Dec. 13, 1997 40 Win Wilfong vs Union ................................................. Dec. 1, 1955 39 Keith Lee vs Arkansas State ....................................... Nov. 30, 1984 Keiron Shine vs Miami ................................................ Dec. 4, 1999 38 Win Wilfong vs Oklahoma City ................................... Feb. 18, 1957 Hunter Beckman vs Centenary .................................... Jan. 19, 1963 David Vaughn vs Jackson State .................................. Dec. 23, 1991 37 Forest Arnold vs Union ............................................. Nov. 28, 1953 John Hillman vs SMU ................................................. Dec. 28, 1964 Mike Butler vs Xavier .................................................. Jan. 29, 1966 Larry Finch vs North Texas ........................................ Feb. 22, 1973 Keith Lee vs Virginia Tech ........................................... Jan. 26, 1985 Anfernee Hardaway vs BYU ....................................... Dec. 22, 1992 Omar Sneed vs DePaul .............................................. Feb. 11, 1997 36 Bob Neumann vs Loyola-New Orleans ....................... Feb. 17, 1962 Rich Jones vs Wichita State ......................................... Jan. 30, 1969 Lorenzen Wright vs Jackson State .............................. Nov. 28, 1995 35 Forest Arnold vs East Tennessee ................................. Dec. 7, 1953 Win Wilfong vs Tennessee Tech ........................................ 1955-56 Bob Neumann vs Seton Hall .......................................... Jan. 5, 1962 Hunter Beckman vs The Citadel .................................. Jan. 30, 1962 Tim Morgan vs Florida State ........................................ Jan. 16, 1964 Larry Finch vs Cornell ............................................... Dec. 26, 1972 Bill Cook vs Santa Clara ............................................. Feb. 10, 1975 Keith Lee vs Eastern Kentucky ..................................... Jan. 29, 1983 Keith Lee vs Virginia Tech ....................................... March 10, 1984 Anfernee Hardaway vs DePaul ...................................... Jan. 9, 1993 Jimmie Hunter vs Saint Louis ...................................... Feb. 18, 1999 34 Forest Arnold vs Union ............................................... Dec. 1, 1955 Win Wilfong vs Centenary ............................................ Feb. 9, 1957 John Hillman vs Creighton ............................................. Jan. 9, 1965 Mike Butler vs Canisius ................................................. Jan. 1, 1966 Larry Finch vs Bradley .................................................. Jan. 7, 1971 Larry Kenon vs Florida Tech ........................................ Jan. 10, 1973 Dexter Reed vs Ole Miss ........................................... Dec. 21, 1976 Dexter Reed vs Virginia Tech ....................................... Feb. 9, 1977 Omar Sneed vs Louisville ........................................... Feb. 21, 1998 Chris Massie vs Tulane ................................................. Jan. 7, 2003 33 Win Wilfong vs Texas Tech ....................................... Dec. 27, 1956 Bob Neumann vs Northwestern State ........................ Dec. 28, 1961 Bob Neumann vs Alabama ........................................ Dec. 16, 1963 Mike Butler vs Drake .................................................... Jan. 2, 1968 Rich Jones vs Lamar .................................................... Dec. 2, 1968 Forest Arnold vs Southern Miss ................................ Dec. 15, 1955 Win Wilfong vs Arizona ............................................. Dec. 21, 1955 Rich Jones vs Drake ...................................................... Jan. 2, 1968 Larry Finch vs Missouri-Rolla ....................................... Dec. 2, 1971 Bill Cook vs North Carolina State ............................... Dec. 29, 1973 Darrell Hollimon vs Tulane ........................................... Feb. 4, 1978 Bobby Parks vs Florida State ................................... March 11, 1983 Keith Lee vs Middle Tennessee .................................... Dec. 5,1984

Elliot Perry vs Florida State ........................................... Feb. 1, 1989 Elliot Perry vs Ball State ............................................. Dec. 29, 1989 Anfernee Hardaway vs Chaminade ............................ Dec. 21, 1992 Anfernee Hardaway vs Tennessee Tech ...................... Jan. 18, 1993 David Vaughn vs Jackson State .................................. Dec. 27, 1993 Michael Wilson vs Cincinnati ..................................... March 2, 1995 Detric Golden vs DePaul ............................................ Feb. 11, 1998 32 John Wallisa vs Middle Tennessee ...................................... 1951-52 Ron Ragan vs DePaul .................................................. Jan. 12, 1957 Hunter Beckman vs Loyola-Chicago ............................ Jan. 20, 1962 Mike Stewart vs Wichita State ..................................... Feb. 19, 1968 Larry Finch vs North Texas ......................................... Jan. 22, 1972 Larry Kenon vs Wichita State ...................................... Feb. 15, 1973 Larry Finch vs West Texas State ................................. Feb. 17, 1973 Larry Finch vs Kansas State ..................................... March 17, 1973 Bill Cook vs Wichita State .......................................... Dec. 18, 1975 James Bradley vs Florida State .................................... Feb. 11, 1978 Mingo Johnson vs Arkansas (NCAA) ........................ March 24, 1995 Dajuan Wagner vs Old Dominion .............................. Nov. 14, 2001 Dajuan Wagner vs Temple (NIT) .............................. March 26, 2002 31 John Wallisa vs Southern Mississippi .................................. 1951-52 Millard Davis vs Dayton ................................................. Jan. 4, 1954 Ken Caldwell vs Texas A&M ........................................ Dec. 5, 1955 Win Wilfong vs Centenary .................................................. 1955-56 Win Wilfong vs Bradley ........................................... March 23, 1957 Bob Neumann vs Marquette ..................................... Dec. 12, 1963 Mike Butler vs Cincinnati ............................................ Jan. 22, 1968 Joe Proctor vs Tulsa ..................................................... Jan 17, 1970 Don Holcomb vs Bradley .............................................. Jan. 7, 1971 Bill Cook vs Southern Mississippi ................................ Jan. 11, 1975 Elliot Perry vs Cincinnati ............................................ Feb. 14, 1991 David Vaughn vs Louisiana-Lafayette ......................... Dec. 16, 1991 Anfernee Hardaway vs Louisiana-Lafayette ................... Feb. 4, 1992 Anfernee Hardaway vs Saint Louis ............................. March 1, 1993 David Vaughn vs Louisiana-Monroe ........................... Dec. 23, 1994 Cedric Henderson vs Houston ...................................... Jan. 3, 1995 Cedric Henderson vs Tulane ..................................... March 2, 1996 30 Win Wilfong vs Tennessee Tech ........................................ 1956-57 Win Wilfong vs Murray State .............................................. 1956-57 Win Wilfong vs Mississippi State ........................................ 1956-57 Hunter Beckman vs Minnesota .................................... Dec. 4, 1961 Hunter Beckman vs Louisville ..................................... Feb. 11, 1963 Hunter Beckman vs Canisius ........................................ March, 1963 Bob Neumann vs Loyola-Chicago ................................ Jan. 20, 1964 George Kirk vs DePaul ................................................. Feb. 8, 1964 Mike Butler vs North Texas ....................................... March 5, 1968 Mackie Don Smith vs Loyola-NO ................................ Feb. 15, 1968 Don Holcomb vs Mississippi State ............................. Dec. 10, 1969 Ronnie Robinson vs Tulsa .......................................... Feb. 25, 1971 Bill Cook vs LaSalle ....................................................... Jan. 8, 1975 Dexter Reed vs MacMurray ........................................... Jan. 8, 1977 Dexter Reed vs Brandeis ............................................. Jan. 22, 1977 Dexter Reed vs Cincinnati ......................................... March 6, 1976 Alvin Wright vs Louisville ........................................... Feb. 25, 1978 Keith Lee vs North Texas ............................................ Jan. 16, 1982 Keith Lee vs Louisville .................................................. Feb. 6, 1982 Keith Lee vs Southern Mississippi ............................. Dec. 23, 1982 William Bedford vs Middle Tennessee ....................... Nov. 30, 1985 Elliot Perry vs Southern Mississippi ............................... Jan. 4, 1989 Anfernee Hardaway vs Minnesota ............................. Dec. 31, 1992 Cedric Henderson vs Louisiana-Monroe .................... Dec. 23, 1995 Omar Sneed vs Tennessee ....................................... Dec. 20, 1997

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OVERTIME GAMES Wins (50) OPPONENT Hendrix College at Bethel College Union Southwestern (2OT) Tennessee Tech Southwestern vs Arkansas Tech at Arizona vs St. Bonaventure at Loyola-New Orleans Southern Methodist at Jacksonville at Drake (2OT) at Tulsa Murray State Bradley at Pepperdine New Orleans St. Louis Florida State Tulane at Virginia Tech Louisville at Cincinnati (4OT) Ole Miss Louisville UAB at Southern Mississippi at Ole Miss vs Florida State vs UAB Kansas Bradley Murray State Cincinnati at Southern Mississippi vs Ball State at Vanderbilt at St. Louis vs Georgia Tech DePaul (2OT) Saint Louis Cincinnati Marquette (2OT) at South Florida at DePaul Northeast Louisiana Mississippi Saint Louis at UAB

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DATE Jan. 29, 1923 Jan. 30, 1934 Feb. 14, 1939 Feb. 3, 1940 Feb. 7, 1941 Jan. 7, 1946 Jan. 6, 1955 Dec. 21, 1955 March 21, 1957 Dec. 28, 1957 Dec. 28, 1964 Jan. 31, 1967 Jan. 4, 1973 Feb. 10, 1973 Dec. 31, 1973 Jan. 3, 1974 Dec. 21, 1974 Jan. 26, 1977 Jan. 31, 1978 Jan. 18, 1979 Jan. 20, 1979 Jan. 5, 1980 Jan. 22, 1981 Jan. 31, 1981 Dec. 29, 1981 Feb. 6, 1982 Feb. 4, 1984 Feb. 20, 1984 Dec. 11, 1984 March, 9, 1985 March 17, 1985 Jan. 4, 1986 Dec. 17, 1987 Jan. 5, 1988 Jan. 25, 1988 Jan. 4, 1989 Dec. 29, 1989 Jan. 29, 1992 Feb. 20, 1992 March 27, 1992 Jan. 11, 1993 Jan. 25, 1995 Feb. 3, 1995 Feb. 18, 1995 Jan. 14, 1996 Feb. 1, 1996 Nov. 15, 1997 Dec. 12, 1998 Jan. 18, 2001 Jan. 27, 2001

Losses (34) SCORE 27-24 43-39 43-39 46-44 43-41 49-46 104-102 98-92 80-78 65-63 95-92 63-58 97-92 91-87 67-65 88-76 111-108 88-86 86-85 86-81 87-81 70-69 60-55 99-85 61-55 74-65 53-51 69-67 57-52 90-86 67-66 83-80 113-108 76-70 75-70 90-87 76-73 72-70 75-73 83-79 95-93 84-80 74-69 77-71 60-59 83-82 75-74 78-72 72-63 76-73

OPPONENT SITE Tennessee Tech (2OT) Arkansas State at Hawaii (2OT) at Austin Peay (2OT) at Centenary at Loyola-Illinois (2OT) vs West Virginia 1 Drake Cincinnati North Texas Tulsa Saint Louis Saint Louis Southern Mississippi (2OT) Georgia Tech (2OT) Florida State at Mississippi State at Tulane Villanova 7 at Louisville at Virginia Tech vs Nevada-Las Vegas 8 at Virginia Commonwealth East Tennessee State DePaul vs Brigham Young 8 vs Georgetown 9 vs Arkansas 6 at Houston DePaul (2OT) vs South Florida 10 Southern Mississippi at Cincinnati Austin Peay 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

DATE Feb. 8, 1934 Feb. 22, 1947 Jan. 2, 1952 Feb. 15, 1952 Feb. 27, 1956 Feb. 8, 1958 Dec. 30, 1960 Jan. 2, 1968 Jan. 22, 1968 March 5, 1968 Feb. 25, 1971 Jan. 9, 1969 Feb. 14, 1977 Dec. 9, 1978 Jan. 16, 1979 Jan. 18, 1979 Dec. 7, 1981 Jan. 21, 1982 March 19, 1982 March 6, 1983 Jan. 9, 1988 Nov. 27, 1988 Feb. 5, 1990 Jan. 30, 1991 Nov. 29, 1991 Dec. 22, 1992 Dec. 10, 1994 March 24, 1995 Feb. 12, 1997 Feb. 11, 1998 March 3, 1999 Feb. 12, 2000 March 3, 2002 Nov. 22, 2002

Sugar Bowl Tournament, New Orleans, La. National Invitation Tournament, New York City Metro Tournament, Louisville, Ky. NCAA Tournament, Houston Old Style Classic, Chicago NCAA Tournament, Kansas City NCAA Tournament, Raleigh, N.C. Maui Invitational, Lahaina, Maui, Hi. Toronto, Canada Conference USA Tournament, Birmingham, Ala. Home Record: 27-16 Road Record: 17-11 Neutral Site Record: 6-7

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SCORE 38-34 58-56 68-61 62-60 84-80 79-76 86-82 76-75 75-68 63-62 94-91 63-62 67-64 91-89 89-84 93-86 48-47 58-54 70-66 64-62 82-80 90-86 70-69 105-102 92-89 73-67 83-80 96-91 72-67 100-98 88-81 79-73 80-75 81-80


100-POINT GAMES Memphis 100-Point Games (97-2) OPPONENT Memphis Navy Southwestern Chattanooga Marshall Arkansas State Arkansas Tech Abilene Christian Union Hardin-Simmons Southern Mississippi Northwestern State Mississippi State Murray State Centenary at Murray State Murray State at Tennessee Tech Chattanooga at Tampa Texas Wesleyan Richmond California-Davis North Texas Missouri Mines Richmond San Francisco State Northwestern State Seton Hall Loyola-New Orleans New Mexico State Alabama Pepperdine Xavier South Dakota Missouri-St. Louis Bradley St. Joseph’s-Indiana Missouri-Rolla MacMurray Union at Wichita State Missouri Western Florida Tech St. Joseph’s-Indiana West Texas State Missouri Rolla California-Davis Southern Mississippi Samford East Texas State Murray State at Pepperdine Georgia State Buffalo State Missouri-St. Louis North Texas Union Midwestern State Murray State Madison College Illinois College North Texas South Dakota State TCU MacMurray Northeast Oklahoma Georgia State

DATE Dec. 2, 1950 Feb. 25, 1952 Feb. 27, 1953 Dec. 11, 1953 Jan. 24, 1955 Jan. 6, 1955 Feb. 9, 1955 Dec. 1, 1955 Dec. 7, 1955 Dec. 15, 1955 Jan. 2, 1956 Jan. 27, 1956 Feb. 1, 1956 Feb. 18, 1956 Feb. 22, 1956 Jan. 16, 1957 Feb. 19, 1957 Dec. 1, 1958 Dec. 13, 1959 Dec. 8, 1959 Feb. 6, 1960 Dec. 1, 1960 Dec. 10, 1960 Dec. 22, 1960 Feb. 6, 1961 Dec. 13, 1961 Dec. 28, 1961 Jan. 5, 1962 Feb. 17, 1962 Dec. 3, 1962 Dec. 16, 1963 Feb. 1, 1965 Jan. 29, 1966 Dec. 4, 1970 Dec. 23, 1970 Jan. 7, 1971 Jan. 17, 1971 Dec. 2, 1971 Jan. 8, 1972 Jan. 29, 1972 Feb. 24, 1972 Dec. 2, 1972 Jan. 10, 1973 Jan. 20, 1973 Feb. 17, 1973 Nov. 30, 1973 Dec. 5, 1973 Dec. 8, 1973 Dec. 22, 1973 Dec. 12, 1974 Dec. 14, 1974 Dec. 21, 1974 Jan. 2, 1975 Jan. 14, 1975 Jan. 18, 1975 Jan. 25, 1975 Feb. 1, 1975 Dec. 20, 1975 Dec. 29, 1975 Jan. 5, 1976 Jan. 15, 1976 Feb. 9, 1976 Dec. 4, 1976 Dec. 23, 1976 Jan. 8, 1977 Nov. 26, 1977 Dec. 22, 1977

SCORE 103-54 100-39 118-71 104-85 104-79 105-102 106-71 136-70 102-52 112-76 112-78 105-73 106-72 101-82 100-94 105-92 101-74 105-56 101-63 107-48 100-74 118-52 102-56 111-50 104-73 107-49 103-83 101-84 101-58 101-77 108-75 116-90 107-110 (L) 113-98 108-86 102-87 113-97 108-66 123-62 101-79 108-98 108-74 124-75 112-92 116-79 106-79 105-61 100-79 101-69 100-89 102-77 111-108 ot 102-76 138-92 130-79 103-92 105-52 105-76 109-83 104-80 100-76 111-93 109-76 116-72 109-55 103-81 111-87

Tulane Heidelberg Indiana State Brown Cincinnati North Texas Ball State Baltimore Delta State North Texas Tennessee State South Carolina State Charlotte (at Holiday Bowl Classic) South Carolina San Diego State Alcorn State Bradley Southern Mississippi Oral Roberts Virginia Tech Prairie View East Tennessee State Louisiana-Lafayette Southeastern Louisiana Tennessee Tech Southeast Missouri Georgia State Florida A&M Louisiana-Monroe Howard at South Florida Eastern Kentucky Austin Peay UAB

Feb. 4, 1978 Jan. 9, 1979 Dec. 12, 1981 Dec. 22, 1981 Jan. 12, 1982 Jan. 16, 1982 Dec. 4, 1982 Jan. 3, 1983 Jan. 19, 1983 Nov. 26, 1983 Nov. 29, 1985 Dec. 14, 1985 Dec. 28, 1985 March 7, 1986 Dec. 22, 1986 Dec. 27, 1986 Dec. 17, 1987 Feb. 10, 1988 Feb. 27, 1988 March 5, 1988 Dec. 1, 1990 Jan. 30, 1991 Dec. 16, 1991 Jan. 11, 1993 Jan. 18, 1993 March 2, 1994 Dec. 7, 1994 Dec. 19, 1994 Dec. 23, 1994 Jan. 3, 2001 Feb. 7, 2001 Dec. 1, 2001 Dec. 22, 2001 Jan. 23, 2002

101-91 106-75 101-89 106-96 107-75 100-90 104-81 103-57 100-62 101-79 107-61 119-73 106-82 100-59 101-75 108-56 113-108 ot 113-97 115-71 112-104 104-79 102-105 ot (L) 105-97 109-58 101-71 109-83 124-52 119-54 100-79 112-42 100-89 111-74 109-68 102-81

Opponent 100-Point Games (4-29) at Marshall Morehead State Arkansas Tech at Oklahoma City at Loyola-Chicago at Villanova at Seattle at Western Kentucky Xavier at Oklahoma City at Creighton at Louisville at Hawaii at UCLA at Pepperdine DePaul (Sun Devil Classic) Florida State Cincinnati (at Metro Tournament) at Louisville at Baylor at Louisville at Drake at Louisville at Vanderbilt Bradley Southern Mississippi Cincinnati Virginia Tech Purdue (NCAA Tournament) Louisville East Tennessee State DePaul at UAB

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Dec. 23, 1952 102-76 Dec. 11, 1954 111-90 Jan. 6, 1955 105-102 ot (W) Feb. 18, 1957 106-96 Jan. 20, 1962 100-76 Jan. 27, 1962 109-84 Feb. 3, 1964 105-88 Dec. 11, 1965 100-61 Jan. 29, 1966 110-107 Jan. 31, 1966 104-89 Feb. 2, 1966 115-82 March 6, 1971 102-73 March 2, 1974 117-85 Dec. 20, 1974 113-94 Dec. 21, 1974 111-108 ot (W) Dec. 5, 1975 100-91 Jan. 17, 1976 100-79 March 6, 1976 103-95 Feb. 5, 1977 111-92 Dec. 10, 1977 106-87 Feb. 25, 1978 115-97 Dec. 16, 1978 109-91 Febeb. 5, 1979 103-82 Dec. 23, 1980 111-96 Dec. 17, 1987 113-108 ot (W) Jan. 21, 1988 107-96 Feb. 23, 1988 106-90 112-104 (W) March 5, 1988 March 19, 1988 100-73 Feb. 4, 1989 101-85 Jan. 30, 1991 105-102 ot Feb. 11, 1998 100-98 2ot Feb. 16, 2000 102-75


TOURNAMENTS All College Tournament Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec.

27, 28, 29, 27, 28, 29, 26, 27, 28,

1956 1956 1956 1962 1962 1962 1969 1969 1969

Memphis, 99, Texas Tech 77 Seattle 84, Memphis 76 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

Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma

City, City, City, City, City, City, City, City, City,

Okla. Okla. Okla. Okla. Okla. Okla. Okla. Okla. Okla.

AT&T Coaches vs. Cancer Classic Nov 14, 2002

Memphis 70, Syracuse 63

New York, N.Y.

Big Sun Tournament Dec. 17, 1976 Dec. 18, 1976

Memphis 77, Penn State 69 Florida 84, Memphis 83

St. Petersburg, Fla. St. Petersburg, Fla.

California Winter Classic, Dec. 28, 1970 Dec. 29, 1970

Memphis 93, Columbia 62 Santa Barbara, Calif. Cal-Santa Barbara 85, Memphis 81 Santa Barbara, Calif.

Cotton States Classic, Atlanta Dec. 13, 1986 Dec. 14, 1986

Memphis 79, Georgia State 70 Memphis 82, Georgia 71

Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga.

ECAC Holiday Festival, New York Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec.

28, 30, 27, 28,

1987 1987 1991 1991

Kansas 64, Memphis 62 Memphis 75, Marist 57 Memphis 77, St. Joseph’s 60 St. John’s 75, Memphis 54

New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y.

Memphis 71, Temple 68 Penn State 61, Memphis 58

Memphis 88, Wofford 61 Memphis 91, Old Dominion 66 Iowa 75, Memphis 71 Alabama 81, Memphis 70

Hi. Hi. Hi. Hi. Hi. Hi.

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

Memphis, Memphis, Memphis, Memphis, Memphis, Memphis,

Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn.

Memphis, Memphis, Memphis, Memphis, Memphis, Memphis, Memphis, Memphis, Memphis, Memphis, Memphis, Memphis, Memphis, Memphis,

Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn.

Mid-South Classic 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

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. 29, 1989 Dec. 30, 1989

Dec. 6, 1985 Dec. 7, 1985

Memphis 76, Ball State 73 (OT) Illinois 83, Memphis 71

Memphis 95, Hawaii-Loa 52 Memphis 80, Fresno State 56

Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill.

Honolulu, Hi. Honolulu, Hi.

Poinsettia Classic

South Carolina 79, Memphis 78 Shreveport, La. Memphis 103, Northwestern St. 83 Shreveport, La. Memphis 79, Murray State 67 Shreveport, La.

Memphis 57, Fresno State 46 Memphis 106, Charlotte 82

San Diego, Calif. San Diego, Calif.

Memphis 83, Mississippi State 74 Tulsa 82, Memphis 72

Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn.

Maui Invitational Nov. 25, 1988 Nov. 26, 1988 Nov. 27, 1988

1964 1964 1965 1965 1966 1966

Pearl Harbor Classic

Liberty Bowl Tournament Dec. 10, 1969 Dec. 11, 1969

28, 29, 20, 21, 16, 17,

Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo.

Holiday Bowl Classic, Dec. 27, 1985 Dec. 28, 1985

Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec.

Old Style Classic

Gulf Coast Classic Dec. 27, 1961 Dec. 28, 1961 Dec. 29, 1961

Lahaina, Lahaina, Lahaina, Lahaina, Lahaina, Lahaina,

Memphis Classic

Jacksonville, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla.

Guardians Classic Nov. 13, 2001 Nov. 14, 2001 Nov. 20, 2001 Nov. 21, 2001

Memphis 64, Chaminade 56 BYU 73, Memphis 67 (OT) Memphis 70, LSU 66 Georgetown 71, Memphis 55 Southern Cal 92, Memphis 65 Memphis 83, Chaminade 65

Dec. 28, 19849 Connecticut State 60, Memphis 50 Terre Haute, Ind.

Gator Bowl Tournament Dec. 26, 1974 Dec. 27, 1974

Dec. 21, 1992 Dec. 22, 1992 Dec. 23, 1992 Nov. 22, 1999 Nov. 23, 1999 Nov. 24, 1999

Memphis 88, Chaminade 44 Michigan 79, Memphis 75 UNLV 90, Memphis 86 (OT)

Lahaina, Hi. Lahaina, Hi. Lahaina, Hi.

Dec. 27, 1968 Dec. 29, 1968

The Citadel 76, Memphis 73 Memphis 79, Furman 69

Greenville, S.C. Greenville, S.C.

Memphis 70, Cleveland St. 66 Memphis 82, Michigan 76 Western Kentucky 68, Memphis 67 Temple 67, Memphis 59 Boston College 82, Memphis 78 Memphis 70, SW Louisiana 66 Memphis 94, San Francisco 82 New Mexico State 81, Memphis 78 Geo. Washington 69, Memphis 60 Gonzaga 88, Memphis 73

Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. Boston, Mass. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. Memphis, Tenn.

Preseason NIT Nov. 22, 1986 Nov. 24, 1986 Nov. 28, 1986 Nov. 29, 1986 Nov. 14, 1990 Nov. 17, 1994 Nov. 19, 1994 Nov. 23, 1994 Nov. 25, 1994 Nov. 16, 1998

Puerto Rico Shootout Nov. 23, 2000 Nov. 24, 2000 Nov. 25, 2000

Memphis 60, Miami (Ohio) 59 Stanford 83, Memphis 69 Utah 61, Memphis 58

Memphis Basketball★149

Bayamón, P.R. Bayamón, P.R. Bayamón, P.R.


TOURNAMENTS Regular-Season Tourneys ... Continued Queen City Tournament Dec. 30, 1965 Jan. 1, 1966

Drake 80, Memphis 65 Canisius 92, Memphis 89

Buffalo, N.Y. Buffalo, N.Y.

Rainbow Classic Dec. 28, 1996 Dec. 29, 1996 Dec. 30, 1996

Memphis 73, Michigan 72 Georgia 70, Memphis 68 Hawaii 67, Memphis 60

Honolulu, Hi. Honolulu, Hi. Honolulu, Hi.

Senior Bowl Tournament Jan. 5, 1954 Jan. 6, 1954 Jan. 4, 1955 Jan. 5, 1955

Memphis 94, Spring Hill 83 Mobile, Ala. Memphis 105, Ark. Tech 102 (OT) Mobile, Ala. Memphis 79, Miami (Fla.) 71 Mobile, Ala. Spring Hill 69, Memphis 65 Mobile, Ala.

7-UP Shootout Feb. 21, 1993

Arizona State 89, Memphis 76

Phoenix, Ariz.

Sugar Bowl Tournament Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec.

28, 30, 29, 30, 29, 30, 29, 30, 28, 29,

1957 1957 1958 1958 1960 1960 1967 1967 1973 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, Western 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

New New New New New New New New New New

Orleans, Orleans, Orleans, Orleans, Orleans, Orleans, Orleans, Orleans, Orleans, Orleans,

La. La. La. La. La. La. La. La. La. La.

Sun Bowl Tournament Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec.

17, 18, 16, 17,

1971 1971 1977 1977

Memphis UTEP 85, Memphis Memphis

82, San Francisco 77 Memphis 79 71, UTEP 65 77, Army 76

El Paso, Texas El Paso, Texas El Paso, Texas El Paso, Texas

Sun Devil Classic Dec. 5, 1975 Dec. 6, 1975

DePaul 100, Memphis 91 Santa Clara 93, Memphis 86

Tempe, Ariz. Tempe, Ariz.

Vanderbilt Classic Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec.

27, 28, 10, 11,

1963 1963 1971 1971

Vanderbilt 85, Memphis 79 Nashville, Tenn. Memphis 88, Western Kentucky 83 Nashville, Tenn. Memphis 74, Ole Miss 71 Nashville, Tenn. Vanderbilt 83, Memphis 82 Nashville, Tenn.

Volunteer Classic Dec. 28, 1988 Dec. 29, 1988

Memphis 68, Illinois State 45 Tennessee 76, Memphis 74

Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn.

Winston Tire Classic Dec. 29, 1983 Dec. 30, 1983

Memphis 43, Mississippi State 42 Iowa 73, Memphis 66

Los Angeles, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif.

Memphis is 66-47 in regular-season tournaments. The Tigers have won 14 regular-season tournament titles.

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY TOURNAMENTS 11-5/1 Championship 1928 Mississippi Mar. 2, 1928 Mar. 2, 1928 Mar. 3, 1928

Valley Tournament Memphis 45, Will Mayfield 23 Memphis 40, Lambuth 24 UT-Martin JC 38, Memphis 37

1929 Mississippi Mar. 4, 1929 Mar. 5, 1929 Mar. 5, 1929

Valley Tournament ’29 Champions Memphis 32, Jonesboro College 27 Murray, Ky. Memphis 44, Will Mayfield 22 Murray, Ky. Memphis 33, Murray State 31 Murray, Ky.

1930 Mississippi Mar. 3, 1930 Mar. 3, 1930 Mar. 4, 1930 Mar. 4, 1930

Valley Tournament Memphis 44, Lambuth 30 Memphis 37, Sunflower JC 12 Memphis 41, Middle Tenn. 21 Murray State 34, Memphis 31

Memphis, Memphis, Memphis, Memphis,

1931 Mississippi Mar. 2, 1931 Mar. 2, 1931 Mar. 3, 1931

Valley Tournament Memphis 45, Will Mayfield 23 Memphis 40, Lambuth 24 UT-Martin 38, Memphis 37

Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark.

Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark. Jonesboro, Ark.

Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn.

1932 Mississippi Valley Tournament Mar. 4, 1932 Memphis 44, UT-Martin 25 Jackson, Tenn. Mar. 5, 1932 Caruthersville JC 45, Memphis 36 Jackson, Tenn. 1933 Mississippi Valley Tournament Feb. 27, 1933 Delta State 40, Memphis 34

Jackson, Tenn.

METRO CONFERENCE TOURNAMENTS 24-12/4 Championship 1976 Metro Tournament Mar. 4, 1976 Memphis 73, Saint Louis 69 Mar. 5, 1976 Memphis 87, Louisville 76 Mar. 6, 1976 Cincinnati 103, Memphis 95

Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky.

1977 Metro Tournament Mar. 3, 1977 Memphis 94, Tulane 80 Mar. 4, 1977 Cincinnati 68, Memphis 67

Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn.

1978 Metro Tournament Mar. 2 Memphis 79, Saint Louis 57 Mar. 3 Louisville 67, Memphis 62

Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio

1979 Metro Tournament Mar. 1, 1979 Memphis 62, Saint Louis 58 Mar. 2, 1979 Florida State 35, Memphis 34

Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn.

1980 Metro Tournament Feb. 28, 1980 Memphis 62, Saint Louis 60 Feb. 29, 1980 Louisville 84, Memphis 65

Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky.

150★Memphis Basketball


TOURNAMENTS Metro Tournaments ... Continued 1981 Metro Tournament Mar. 5, 1981 Virginia Tech 72, Memphis 66 Louisville, Ky.

GREAT MIDWEST CONFERENCE TOURNAMENTS 5-4

1982 Metro Tournament ’82 Champions Mar. 6, 1982 Memphis 71, Virginia Tech 70 Memphis, Tenn. Mar. 7, 1982 Memphis 73, Louisville 62 Memphis, Tenn.

1992 Great Midwest Conference Tournament Mar. 12, 1992 Memphis 79, UAB 67 Mar. 13, 1992 Memphis 95, DePaul 75 Mar. 14, 1992 Cincinnati 75, Memphis 63

Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill.

1983 Metro Tournament Mar. 11, 1983 Memphis 84, Florida State 74 Mar. 12, 1983 Louisville 71, Memphis 68

1993 Great Midwest Conference Tournament Mar. 12, 1993 Memphis 73, Saint Louis 65 Mar. 13, 1993 Cincinnati 77, Memphis 72

Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn.

1984 Metro Tournament ’84 Champions Mar. 8, 1984 Memphis 86, Southern Miss 58 Memphis, Tenn. Mar. 9, 1984 Memphis 65, Florida State 63 Memphis, Tenn. Mar. 10, 1984 Memphis 78, Virginia Tech 65 Memphis, Tenn.

1994 Great Midwest Conference Tournament Mar. 10, 1994 Memphis 91, UAB 86 Mar. 11, 1994 Memphis 73, Saint Louis 62 Mar. 12, 1994 Cincinnati 68, Memphis 47

Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio

1985 Metro Tournament ’85 Champions Mar. 7, 1985 Memphis 68, Southern Miss 58 Louisville, Ky. Mar. 8, 1985 Memphis 81, Louisville 74 Louisville, Ky. Mar. 9, 1985 Memphis 90, Florida St. 86 ot Louisville, Ky.

1995 Great Midwest Conference Tournament Mar. 10, 1995 Cincinnati 77, Memphis 64

Milwaukee, Wisc.

1986 Metro Tournament Mar. 7, 1986 Memphis 100, S. Carolina 59 Mar. 8, 1986 Memphis 73, Florida State 71 Mar. 9, 1986 Louisville 88, Memphis 79

Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio

Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky.

1987 Metro Tournament ’87 Champions Mar. 6, 1987 Memphis 87, Cincinnati 58 Louisville, Ky. Mar. 7, 1987 Memphis 74, South Carolina 64 Louisville, Ky. Mar. 8, 1987 Memphis 75, Louisville 52 Louisville, Ky. 1988 Metro Tournament Mar. 11, 1988 Memphis 97, Southern Miss 84 Memphis, Tenn. Mar. 12, 1988 Memphis 81, Florida State 74 Memphis, Tenn. Mar. 13, 1988 Louisville 81, Memphis 73 Memphis, Tenn. 1989 Metro Tournament Mar. 11, 1989 Louisville 71, Memphis 70

Columbia, S.C.

CONFERENCE USA TOURNAMENTS 4-8 1996 Conference USA Tournament Mar. 7, 1996 Memphis 92, DePaul 69 Mar. 8, 1996 Marquette 72, Memphis 60

Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn.

1997 Conference USA Tournament Mar. 6, 1997 Marquette 63, Memphis 45

St. Louis, Mo.

1998 Conference USA Tournament Mar. 5, 1988 Southern Miss 85, Memphis 57 Cincinnati, Ohio 1999 Conference USA Tournament Mar. 3, 1999 USF 88, Memphis 81 ot

Birmingham, Ala.

2000 Conference USA Tournament Mar. 8, 2000 Memphis 60, South Florida 58 Memphis, Tenn. Mar. 9, 2000 DePaul 80, Memphis 76 Memphis, Tenn.

1990 Metro Tournament Mar. 8, 1990 Memphis 71, South Carolina 56 Biloxi, Miss. Mar. 9, 1990 Louisville 76, Memphis 73 Biloxi, Miss.

2001 Conference USA Tournament Mar. 8, 2001 Memphis 71, Marquette 64 Mar. 9, 2001 Cincinnati 89, Memphis 79

Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky.

1991 Metro Tournament Mar. 7, 1991 Memphis 84, Tulane 77 Mar. 8, 1991 Louisville 72, Memphis 70

2002 Conference USA Tournament Mar. 7, 2002 Houston 80, Memphis 74

Cincinnati, Ohio

Roanoke, Va. Roanoke, Va.

2003 Conference USA Tournament Mar. 13, 2003 Memphis 62, South Florida 56 Louisville, Ky. Mar. 14, 2003 Louisville 78, Memphis 75 Louisville, Ky.

Memphis Basketball★151


TOURNAMENTS The NCAA Tournament (18-17) 1955 NCAA Tournament Mar. 8, 1955

Penn State 59, Memphis 55

Lexington, Ky.

1956 NCAA Tournament Mar. 12, 1956

Oklahoma City 97, Memphis 81 Wichita, Kan.

1962 NCAA Tournament Mar. 12, 1962

Creighton 87, Memphis 83

1973 NCAA Tournament Mar. 15, 1973 Mar. 17, 1973 Mar. 24, 1973 Mar. 25, 1973

Dallas, Texas

NCAA Finalist

Memphis 90, South Carolina 76 Memphis 92, Kansas State 72 Memphis 98, Providence 85 UCLA 87, Memphis 66

Houston, Texas Houston, Texas St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo.

1976 NCAA Tournament Mar. 13, 1976

Pepperdine 87, Memphis 77

Tempe, Ariz.

1982 NCAA Tournament Mar. 13, 1982 Mar. 19, 1982

Memphis 56, Wake Forest 55 Villanova 70, Memphis 66 (OT)

Charlotte, N.C. Raleigh, N.C.

1983 NCAA Tournament Mar. 20, 1983 Mar. 25, 1983

Memphis 66, Georgetown 57 Houston 70, Memphis 63

Louisville, Ky. Kansas City, Mo.

Memphis 92, Oral Roberts 83 Memphis 66, Purdue 48 Houston 78, Memphis 71

1985 NCAA Tournament Mar. 15, 1985 Mar. 17, 1985 Mar. 21, 1985 Mar. 23, 1985 Mar. 30, 1985

Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. St. Louis, Mo.

NCAA Final Four

Memphis 67, Pennsylvania 55 Memphis 67, UAB 66 (OT) Memphis 59, Boston College 57 Memphis 63, Oklahoma 61 Villanova 52, Memphis 45

Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Dallas, Texas Dallas, Texas Lexington, Ky.

Memphis 95, Ball State 63 Baton Rouge, La. Louisiana State 83, Memphis 81 Baton Rouge, La. Memphis 75, Baylor 60 Purdue 100, Memphis 73

South Bend, Ind. South Bend, Ind.

1989 NCAA Tournament Mar. 16, 1989

DePaul 66, Memphis 63

1992 NCAA Tournament Mar. 19, 1992 Mar. 21, 1992 Mar. 27, 1992 Mar. 29, 1992

Boise, Idaho

NCAA Midwest Regional Finalist

Memphis 80, Pepperdine 70 Memphis 82, Arkansas 80 Memphis 83, Ga. Tech 79 (OT) Cincinnati 88, Memphis 57 W. Kentucky 55, Memphis 52

1995 NCAA Tournament Mar. 17, 1995 Mar. 19, 1995 Mar. 24, 1995

National Invitation Tournament (16-14) 1957 National Invitation Tournament Mar. 16, 1957 Mar. 18, 1957 Mar. 21, 1957 Mar. 23, 1957

Memphis 77, Utah 75 Memphis 85, Manhattan 72 U of M 80, St. Bonaventure 78 Bradley 84, Memphis 83

Mar. 10, 1960

Providence 71, Memphis 70 New York, N.Y.

1961 National Invitation Tournament Mar. 16, 1961

Holy Cross 81, Memphis 69 New York, N.Y.

1963 National Invitation Tournament Mar., 1963 Mar., 1963

Memphis 70, Fordham 49 Canisius 76, Memphis 67

New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y.

1967 National Invitation Tournament Mar. 11, 1967

Providence 77, Memphis 68 New York, N.Y.

1972 National Invitation Tournament Mar. 18, 1972

Oral Roberts 94, Memphis 74

Mar. 17, 1974 Mar. 21, 1974

New York, N.Y.

Memphis 73, Seton Hall 72 New York, N.Y. Utah 92, Memphis 78 New York, N.Y.

1975 National Invitation Tournament Mar. 16, 1975

Oral Roberts 97, Memphis 63

New York, N.Y.

1977 National Invitation Tournament Mar. 10, 1977

Alabama 80, Memphis 63

Tuscaloosa, Ala.

1990 National Invitation Tournament Mar. 14, 1990

Tennessee 73, Memphis 71 Memphis, Tenn.

Mar. 14, 1991 Mar. 18, 1991

Memphis 82, UAB 76 Arkansas St. 58, Memphis 57 UNLV 66, Memphis 62

Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn.

Mar. 11, 1998 Mar. 16, 1998

Memphis 90, Ball State 67 Memphis, Tenn. Fresno St. 83, Memphis 80 Fresno, Calif.

2001 National Invitation Tournament

Orlando, Fla.

2002 National Invitation Tournament

Austin, Texas Austin, Texas Kansas City, Mo.

Drexel 75, Memphis 63

Las Vegas, Nev.

1998 National Invitation Tournament

Mar. 13, 2001 Mar. 20, 2001 Mar. 22, 2001 Mar. 27, 2001 Mar. 29, 2001

NCAA Sweet 16

Memphis 77, Louisville 56 Memphis 75, Purdue 73 Arkansas 96, Memphis 91 (OT)

Mar. 12, 1997

Mar. 14, 2002 Mar. 20, 2002 Mar. 23, 2002 Mar. 26, 2002 Mar. 28, 2002

Memphis 71, Utah 62 Memphis 90, UTEP 65 Memphis 81, New Mexico 63 Tulsa 72, Memphis 64 Memphis 86, Detroit 71

NIT Final Four Salt Lake City, Utah Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y.

NIT Champions

Memphis 82, UNC Greensboro 62 Memphis, Tenn. Memphis 80, BYU 69 Memphis, Tenn. Memphis 79, Tenn. Tech 73 Memphis, Tenn. Memphis 78, Temple 77 New York, N.Y. Memphis 72, South Carolina 62 New York, N.Y.

1996 NCAA Tournament Mar. 14, 1996

NIT Finalist New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y. New York, N.Y.

1960 National Invitation Tournament

Milwaukee, Wisc. Milwaukee, Wisc. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo.

1993 NCAA Tournament Mar. 18, 1993

Oklahoma City, Okla.

1997 National Invitation Tournament

1988 NCAA Tournament Mar. 17, 1988 Mar. 19, 1988

Arizona State 84, Memphis 71

1991 National Invitation Tournament

1986 NCAA Tournament Mar. 13, 1986 Mar. 15, 1986

Mar. 20, 2003

1974 National Invitation Tournament

1984 NCAA Tournament Mar. 15, 1984 Mar. 17, 1984 Mar. 21, 1984

2003 NCAA Tournament

Albuquerque, N.M.

152★Memphis Basketball


NCAA TOURNAMENT RECORDS TEAM MARKS 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 52 vs Western Ky., Mar. 18, 1993 Winning Margin 32 (95-63) vs Ball State, Mar. 13, 1986 21 (77-56) vs Louisville, Mar. 17, 1995 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 Arkansas, Mar. 24, 1995 83 vs Creighton, Mar. 12, 1962 Most Field Goals Made 41 vs Providence, Mar. 24, 1973 37 vs Ball State, Mar. 13, 1986 Fewest Field Goals 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 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 .596 (37-62) vs Kansas State, Mar. 17, 1973 Lowest Field Goal Pct. .357 (20-56) vs Cincinnati, Mar. 29, 1992 .362 (25-69) vs Arizona State, Mar. 20, 2003 Most Points in a Half 57 (2nd) vs Arkansas, Mar. 24, 1995 55 (2nd) vs Ball State, Mar. 13, 1986 Fewest Points in a Half 21 (2nd) vs Cincinnati, Mar. 29, 1992 22 (2nd) vs Villanova, Mar. 30, 1985 Most Free Throws Made 28 vs Georgetown, Mar. 20, 1983 21 vs Ball State, Mar. 13, 1986

Most Free Throw Attempts 39 vs Georgetown, Mar. 20, 1983 38 vs Oklahoma City, Mar. 12, 1956 Fewest Free Throw Attempts 7 vs Drexel, Mar. 14, 1996 8 vs Purdue, Mar. 19, 1995 8 vs Boston College, Mar. 21, 1985 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. .473 (9-19) vs Penn State, Mar. 8, 1955 .553 (21-38) vs Oklahoma City, Mar. 12, 1956 Most 3PT Field Goals Made 10 vs Arkansas, Mar. 24, 1995 7 vs Purdue, Mar. 19, 1988 7 vs Arizona State, Mar. 20, 2003 Fewest 3PT Field Goals 0 vs Baylor, Mar. 17, 1988 1 vs DePaul, Mar. 16, 1989 Most Rebounds 60 vs South Carolina, Mar. 15, 1973 54 vs Providence, Mar. 24, 1973 Fewest Rebounds 21 vs UCLA, Mar. 25, 1973 21 vs Wake Forest, Mar. 13, 1982 Rebound Margin +27 vs South Carolina, Mar. 15, 1973 +20 vs Pepperdine, Mar. 19, 1992 Most Assists 21 vs Boston College, Mar. 21, 1985 21 vs Oral Roberts, Mar. 15, 1984 Most Blocked Shots 10 vs Houston, Mar. 21, 1984 7 vs Ball State, Mar. 13, 1986 Most Steals 12 vs Drexel, Mar. 14, 1996 12 vs Louisville, Mar. 17, 1995 12 vs Georgia Tech, Mar. 27, 1992 12 vs Baylor, Mar. 17, 1988 Most Fouls 29 vs Pepperdine, Mar. 13, 1976 26 vs Purdue, Mar. 19, 1988

INDIVIDUAL Most Points 34, Larry Kenon vs South Carolina, Mar. 15, 1973 32, Larry Finch vs Kansas State, Mar. 17, 1973 32, Mingo Johnson vs Arkansas, Mar. 24, 1995 Field Goals Made 16, Larry Kenon vs South Carolina, Mar. 15, 1973 14, Larry Kenon vs Providence, Mar. 24, 1973 Field Goals Attempted 30, Larry Kenon vs South Carolina, Mar. 15, 1973 27, Larry Kenon vs Providence, Mar. 24, 1973 3PT Field Goals Made 5, Anfernee Hardaway vs Ga. Tech, Mar. 27, 1992 5, Mingo Johnson vs Arkansas, Mar. 24, 1995

NCAA OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL HIGHS vs. MEMPHIS 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 Attempted 36, Ernie DiGregario, Providence, Mar. 24, 1973 31, Paul Silas, Creighton, Mar. 12, 1962 3PT Field Goals Made 6, DeJuan Wheat, Louisville, Mar. 17, 1995

3PT Field Goals Attempted 14, Anfernee Hardaway vs Ga. Tech, Mar. 27, 1992

3PT Field Goals Attempted 10, DeJuan Wheat, Louisville, Mar. 17, 1995

Rebounds 22, Larry Kenon vs Providence, Mar. 24, 1973 20, Larry Kenon vs South Carolina Mar. 15, 1973

Rebounds 24, Paul Silas, Creighton, Mar. 12, 1963

Assists 12, Andre Turner vs Oklahoma, Mar. 23, 1985 10, Andre Turner vs LSU, Mar. 15, 1986 Free Throws Made 12, Larry Finch vs Kansas State, Mar. 17, 1973 12, Keith Lee vs Georgetown, Mar. 20, 1983 Free Throws Attempted 16, Keith Lee vs Georgetown, Mar. 20, 1983 13, Larry Finch vs UCLA, Mar. 25, 1973

Fewest Free Throws Made 4 vs Drexel, Mar. 14, 1996 4 vs Purdue, Mar. 19, 1995

Memphis Basketball★153

Assists 9, Reid Gettys, Houston, Mar. 21, 1984 7, Troy Lewis, Purdue, Mar. 19, 1988 Free Throws Made 12, Darrell Hawkins, Arkansas, Mar. 21, 1992 Free Throws Attempted 15, Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston Mar. 21, 1984 13, Jessie Arnelle, Penn State Mar. 8, 1955


TIGERS ON NA TIONAL TELEVISION Mar. 26, 1973 Mar. 13, 1976 Mar. 7, 1982 Mar. 13, 1982 Mar. 19, 1982 Nov. 27, 1982 Jan. 23, 1983

vs UCLA vs Pepperdine Louisville vs Wake Forest vs Villanova Wyoming at NC State

L, 87-66 L, 87-77 W, 73-62 W, 56-55 L, 70-66 W, 71-45 W, 57-53

CBS NBC CBS CBS CBS ESPN CBS

Feb. 20, 1990 Nov. 27, 1990 Jan. 10, 1991 Feb. 21, 1991 Nov. 29, 1991 Feb. 8, 1992 Feb. 13, 1992

Louisville at Tennessee at Louisville at Florida State DePaul Arkansas Temple

W, 82-68 W, 74-72 W, 65-56 L, 76-64 L, 92-89 W, 92-88 L, 65-63

ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN

Feb. 12, 1983 Feb. 19, 1983 Mar. 20, 1983 Mar. 25, 1983 Dec. 13, 1983 Dec. 17, 1983 Jan. 28, 1984

at Tulane Louisville vs Georgetown vs Houston Mississippi at UCLA Oklahoma

L, 49-47 L, 75-66 W, 66-57 L, 70-63 W, 73-55 L, 65-51 W, 69-65

TBS CBS CBS CBS ESPN NBC NBC

Feb. 16, 1992 Mar. 14, 1992 Mar. 19, 1992 Mar. 21, 1992 Mar. 27, 1992 Mar. 29, 1992 Dec. 2, 1992

Southern Miss vs Cincinnati vs Pepperdine vs Arkansas vs Georgia Tech vs Cincinnati at Arkansas

W, 80-61 L, 75-63 W, 80-70 W, 82-80 W, 83-79 L, 88-57 L, 81-76

ABC ESPN CBS CBS CBS CBS ESPN

Jan. 30, 1984 Feb. 4, 1984 Feb. 15, 1984 Feb. 18, 1984 Feb. 22, 1984 Mar. 3, 1984 Mar. 10, 1984

Virginia Tech UAB Florida State at Louisville at Virginia Tech at Louisville Virginia Tech

W, 63-62 W, 53-51 W, 75-67 L, 85-78 L, 89-69 L, 68-58 W, 78-65

USA CBS USA NBC USA CBS CBS

Dec. 9, 1992 Dec. 21, 1992 Dec. 22, 1992 Jan. 21, 1993 Feb. 14, 1993 Feb. 21, 1993 Mar. 6, 1993

Tulane vs Chaminade vs BYU at Missouri DePaul vs Arizona State at Cincinnati

L, 86-85 W, 64-56 L, 73-67 ot W, 64-56 W, 79-57 L, 89-76 L, 78-55

ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ABC ABC ESPN

Mar. 15, 1984 Mar. 17, 1984 Jan. 19, 1985 Feb. 9, 1985 Feb. 23, 1985 Mar. 2, 1985 Mar. 9, 1985

Oral Roberts Purdue at Louisville at Kansas Virginia Commonwealth Louisville vs Florida State

W, 92-83 W, 66-48 W, 69-66 L, 75-71 W, 81-73 W, 66-59 W, 90-86

CBS CBS NBC CBS CBS CBS CBS

Mar. 13, 1993 Mar. 18, 1993 Dec. 8, 1993 Feb. 3, 1994 Feb. 21, 1994 Mar. 12, 1994 Nov. 17, 1994

Cincinnati vs Western Ky. Arkansas at Cincinnati at Long Beach at Cincinnati UL-Lafayette

L, 77-72 L, 55-52 L, 96-78 L, 69-64 L, 80-58 L, 68-47 W, 70-66

ESPN CBS ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN

Mar. 17, 1985 Mar. 21, 1985 Mar. 23, 1985 Mar. 30, 1985 Jan. 6, 1986 Jan. 9, 1986 Jan. 27, 1986

vs UAB vs Boston College vs Oklahoma vs Villanova South Carolina Louisville Virginia Tech

W, 67-66 W, 59-57 W, 63-61 L, 52-45 W, 89-81 W, 73-71 W, 83-61

CBS CBS CBS CBS ESPN ESPN ESPN

Nov. 19, 1994 Nov. 23, 1994 Dec. 10, 1994 Jan. 8, 1995 Jan. 25, 1995 Feb. 3, 1995 Feb. 5, 1995

San Francisco vs New Mexico St. Georgetown at DePaul Saint Louis Cincinnati at Temple

W, 94-82 ESPN2 L, 81-78 ESPN L, 83-80 ot ESPN W, 77-69 FoxSports W, 84-80 ot FoxSports W, 74-69 ot ESPN2 W, 53-51 ABC

Feb. 3, 1986 Feb. 8, 1986 Mar. 15, 1986 Dec. 5, 1986 Jan. 28, 1987 Feb. 7, 1987 Feb. 19, 1987

Cincinnati at UNLV at LSU at UNLV at Louisville at Bradley South Carolina

W, 74-55 L, 67-66 L, 83-81 L, 80-77 W, 64-48 W, 82-74 W, 55-53

ESPN CBS CBS ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN

Feb. 9, 1995 Mar. 2, 1995 Mar. 17, 1995 Mar. 19, 1995 Mar. 24, 1995 Nov. 25, 1995 Jan. 4, 1996

at Arkansas at Cincinnati vs Louisville vs Purdue vs Arkansas vs Purdue at Massachusetts

L, 88-87 W, 83-73 W, 77-56 W, 75-73 L, 96-91 ot W, 91-76 L, 64-61

Feb. 22, 1987 Dec. 12, 1987 Dec. 17, 1987 Jan. 21, 1988 Jan. 30, 1988 Mar. 19, 1988 Dec. 29, 1988

Louisville Missouri Bradley at Southern Miss Louisville vs Purdue at Tennessee

W, 58-57 W, 76-68 W, 113-108 L, 107-96 W, 72-68 L, 100-73 L, 76-74

ABC ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN CBS USA

Jan. 14, 1996 Jan. 18, 1996 Jan. 20, 1996 Jan. 30, 1996 Feb. 3, 1996 Feb. 17, 1996 Feb. 25, 1996

at USF Arkansas at Marquette Saint Louis at Louisville at Georgetown Louisville

W, 60-59 ot FoxSports W, 94-72 ESPN L, 59-55 CBS W, 80-63 ESPN2 L, 74-56 ESPN L, 81-60 CBS W, 57-54 ABC

Feb. 4, 1989 Feb. 18, 1989 Mar. 16, 1989 Dec. 27, 1989

Louisville Florida State vs DePaul Missouri

L, 101-85 W, 89-78 L, 66-63 L, 71-65

ESPN ESPN CBS ESPN

Feb. 29, 1996 Mar. 2, 1996 Mar. 7, 1996 Mar. 8, 1996

at Cincinnati Tulane DePaul Marquette

L, 71-66 W, 86-75 W, 92-69 L, 72-60

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ESPN ESPN CBS CBS CBS ESPN ESPN

ESPN ESPN FoxSports FoxSports


TIGERS ON NA TIONAL TELEVISION Mar. 14, 1996 Dec. 28, 1996 Dec. 29, 1996 Jan. 12, 1997 Jan. 19, 1997 Jan. 23, 1997 Feb. 1, 1997

vs Drexel vs Michigan vs Georgia Marquette Charlotte at Louisville at Arkansas

L, 75-63 W, 73-72 L, 70-68 W, 54-47 L, 76-70 W, 64-58 L, 79-63

CBS ESPN ESPN2 ESPN2 ESPN2 ESPN CBS

Mar. 20, 2002 Mar. 26, 2002 Mar. 28, 2002 Dec. 14, 2002 Dec. 19, 2002 Dec. 28, 2002 Jan. 2, 2003

BYU vs. Temple vs. South Carolina at Missouri Mississippi Illinois at Arkansas

W, 80-69 W, 78-77 W, 72-62 L, 93-78 W, 58-51 W, 77-74 W, 72-67

ESPN2 ESPN ESPN ESPN2 ESPN2 ESPN2 Fox Sports

Feb. 9, 1997 Feb. 22, 1997 Mar. 1, 1997 Mar. 12, 1997 Jan. 22, 1998 Jan. 24, 1998 Feb. 8, 1998

Louisville Georgetown Cincinnati at UNLV UAB at Georgetown at UAB

W, 79-59 L, 74-65 W, 75-63 L, 66-62 W, 86-70 L, 73-69 L, 88-77

ABC CBS ABC ESPN ESPN CBS ESPN2

Jan. 5, 2003 Feb. 13, 2003 Feb. 19, 2003 Feb. 22, 2003 Mar. 1, 2003 Mar. 6, 2003 Mar. 20, 2003

Villanova at Tulane at Louisville at South Florida Cincinnati at Houston vs. Arizona State

W, 72-68 W, 58-57 W, 80-73 W, 73-66 W, 67-48 W, 71-56 L, 84-71

CBS ESPN2 ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN2 CBS

Feb. 21, 1998 Jan. 10, 1999 Feb. 4, 1999 Feb. 11, 1999 Feb. 21, 1999 Feb. 27, 1999 Nov. 22, 1999

Louisville at Charlotte at Louisville at UAB Marquette Cincinnati vs Georgetown

W, 93-75 L, 82-77 L, 89-76 W, 78-75 W, 81-79 L, 89-64 L, 71-55

ABC ESPN2 ESPN ESPN ESPN2 CBS ESPN2

Feb. 3, 2000 Feb. 20, 2000 Nov. 17, 2000 Nov. 24, 2000 Jan. 13, 2001 Jan. 18, 2001 Feb. 15, 2001

Louisville Charlotte Temple vs Stanford at DePaul Saint Louis Cincinnati

L, 74-59 W, 78-67 L, 67-62 L, 83-69 W, 72-68 W, 72-63 ot L, 66-65

ESPN2 ESPN2 ESPN ESPN ESPN2 ESPN ESPN

Feb. 25, 2001 Mar. 13, 2001 Mar. 27, 2001 Dec. 7, 2001 Dec. 15, 2001 Dec. 20, 2001 Jan. 9, 2002

South Florida at Utah vs. Tulsa at Mississippi Tennessee at Temple at TCU

W, 79-61 W, 71-62 L, 72-64 L, 71-67 W, 71-69 W, 64-54 W, 98-93

ESPN2 ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN2 ESPN2

Jan. 18, 2002 Jan. 30, 2002 Feb. 8, 2002 Feb. 13, 2002 Feb. 20, 2002 Feb. 23, 2002 Mar. 3, 2002

at Southern Miss Louisville at UAB at Charlotte at South Florida DePaul at Cincinnati

W, 73-64 W, 80-70 L, 64-46 L, 75-63 W, 71-69 W, 88-61 L, 80-75 ot

ESPN ESPN2 ESPN ESPN2 ESPN2 CBS ABC

NATIONAL TELEVISION RECORD BREAKDOWN Overall Record ....................................................................... 83-68 Television Record at Home .................................................. 48-16 Road Television Record ........................................................ 19-33 Netural Site Television Record ............................................. 16-19 Record on ESPN .................................................................... 34-31 Record on CBS ...................................................................... 20-21 Record on ESPN2 ....................................................................13-7 Record on ABC ........................................................................... 8-2 Record on Fox Sports ................................................................ 4-1 Record on NBC .......................................................................... 2-3 Record on USA Network ........................................................... 2-2 Record on TBS ............................................................................ 0-1

C-USA GAME BREAKDOWN Conference USA Television Record .................................... 22-14 C-USA Television Record at Home .........................................15-6 C-USA Road Television Record ................................................. 7-8 C-USA Record on ESPN ............................................................ 6-5 C-USA Record on ESPN2 ......................................................... 9-5 C-USA Record on ABC .............................................................. 4-1 C-USA Record on Fox Sports ................................................... 2-1 C-USA Record on CBS .............................................................. 1-2

POSTSEASON BREAKDOWN Postseason Television Record ............................................. 20-18 NCAA Tournament Television Record ................................ 12-12 NIT Television Record ................................................................ 4-2 Conference Tournament Television Record ........................... 4-4

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MEMPHIS TRADITIONS WHY TIGERS? 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. Under coach Lester Barnard in 1922, Normal’s football team gave a ring of truth to that old student yell about Tigers. The team adopted a motto - “Every Man A Tiger” and went on to score 174 points while allowing their opponents just 29 points. In the late 1920s, student publications and downtown newspapers began referring to the football team as the “Teachers” or “Tutors.” The Tiger nickname would return. But not until 1939 was it finally adopted as the official nickname for the U of M.

TIGERS OF MEMPHIS For almost 30 years, the sideline mascot for the University of Memphis athletics has been the Bengal Tiger. TOM II, the name of the current mascot, puts in personal appearances at all Tiger football games, as well as numerous basketball games. TOM II has also been seen at Tiger baseball, soccer and women’s basketball games. The first tiger, purchased by the Highland Hundred (football booster group) in 1972, lived for 20 years and was housed at the Memphis Zoo. TOM died in February of 1992. The story of how the first Tiger cub arrived in Memphis is quite interesting. On November 9, 1972, the baby tiger was placed in a dog kennel in Michigan City, Ind., and flown to Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. There it was placed aboard a Delta flight

and arrived in Memphis at 3:00 a.m. C. Cleveland Drennon, an attorney and president of the Highland Hundred, approved a check for $1,500 to buy the animal, and TOM was taken to athletic director Billy Murphy’s office for a press conference. In ceremonies at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, the Highland Hundred officially presented TOM to the University on Nov. 11, 1972. The zookeeper, at the suggestion of his daughter, called the little tiger, Shane. Once in Memphis, however, a contest was held to name the mascot. More than 2,500 entries came in to a committee chaired by Judge Harry Pierotti. The list ran from Spook, Sampson, Goliath, Bengo, Sultan, Sahib, Big Cat, Ptah, Touchdown, Sonny, and Shiloh to Bengie Wougie Bengal Boy from Tennessee. Finally, the judges reduced the list to two: Shane and TOM, for Tigers of Memphis. TOM won. During his first few months in Memphis, Bill Proctor housed the tiger in his garage, which was redecorated by the Highland Hundred. TOM was guarded by Proctor’s hound dog. TOM II came to the University of Memphis in the fall of 1992 and is housed at his new home at Nixon Farms in Collierville, Tenn. His new home is 3,500 square feet and includes two pools, a waterfall, heated and air conditioned den box and has seperately, a complete medical facility for his care and upkeep. The young tiger is nearly 500 pounds and is expected to be as large or larger than his predecessor, TOM, who was once the largest Bengal Tiger in captivity at 550 pounds. There is even a birthday party for TOM II prior to each football season.

SCHOOL COLORS

The Memphis 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 Forever Free.

The 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!

THE LOGO The University of Memphis’s official logo has been 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 letters. The new logo is an “M” with a leaping tiger coming up over the center of the “M.”

The University of Memphis’s official school colors of Royal 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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MEMPHIS F ACILITIES improved prior to the 1999-2000 season and air conditioning was added to the arena for the 2001-02 season. The Fieldhouse was nicknamed “The Jungle” in 2000 and the building will undergo another facelift in 2001 as awnings will be added to the outside as well as over the concession and ticket areas. Chair-back seating has also been added to The Fieldhouse for the 2003-04 season. The men’s and women’s tennis teams host their opponents on the HMSE courts located just two blocks from the Athletic Office Building. There are 21 laykoldsurfaced courts which allow the Tiger tennis teams to host multiteam tournaments. The courts received a much-needed renovation in 2000. Concrete was poured underneath the lower courts while the remaining courts were resurfaced. Also new in 2001 were a blue and gray awning over the fan seating area and white awnings which cover player seating during change-

The Elma Roane Fieldhouse is the home for the Lady Tiger basketball and volleyball teams. The Lady Tiger basketball team is an impressive 75-16 in the fieldhouse.

The Tigers made good use of their new home in their first season as they went on to have the nation’s largest attendance increase (5,207) and were ranked eighth overall in per game attendance (16,142). In 2001, Memphis’s 17,110 attendance average ranked sixth nationally and the Tigers welcomed their two-millionth fan. The U of M also ranked among the top 10 collegiate programs in attendance again last season. In 12 seasons in The Pyramid, Memphis is 158-42 and has had a paid attendance of 2,807,258 (15,596 per game). The Pyramid sits on the bank of the Mississippi River and is visible to motorists as they cross the Tennessee-Arkansas bridge into Memphis. It was the site of the 1993 Great Midwest Conference Men’s and Women’s basketball tournaments, the 2000 C-USA Men’s Basketball Championship and the 2000 NCAA Women’s Regional Finals as well as a first and second round site for the NCAA Tournament three times (1995, 1997 and 2001). The newly constructed Larry O. Finch Center opened in the

overs. The 2002 soccer season saw both the men’s and women’s soccer teams play all their C-USA matches at the newly-constructed Mike Rose Soccer Complex in Collierville. The facility, which is privately managed and operated, sits on 136.17 acres and features 16 fields. The 3,000-seat stadium includes showers, lockerrooms, a food court, a retail store, full media services and administrative offices. The on-campus home to the soccer teams is 900-seat Echles Field which is located adjacent to the Health and Physical Education and Recreation Building. The men’s and women’s golf teams practice at numerous courses around Memphis including Colonial Country Club, Germantown Country Club, Stonebridge Golf Club, Plantation Golf Club, Big Creek Golf Club, Olive Branch Country Club, Windyke Country Club, Memphis National Golf Club, Cordova Club and Wedgewood Golf Club. The men and women hosted the final Great Midwest Conference Golf Championships at Germantown Country Club in 1995.

spring of 2000 and serves as the practice facility for men's basketball. It has three full basketball courts, locker rooms, weight room, media room, laundry facilities, training room and equipment room. The state-of-the-art facility gives the Tigers one of the best practice facilities in the country. The University of Memphis women’s basketball and volleyball teams play all home events at the 2,800-seat Elma Roane Fieldhouse. Situated in the heart of the U of M campus, the Field House is equipped with locker room and training facilities for the five Lady Tiger athletic teams. The Field House received an $80,000 renovation in August of 1993. The gym itself was completely painted and entry ways were improved with lighting and a totally different design. In the summer of 1998, a new floor was put The University of Memphis is in its second season playing soccer matches in the new stadium at the down. Lighting was Mike Rose Soccer Complex in Collierville.

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MEMPHIS F ACILITIES The University of Memphis Tiger athletic family has many places to call home for intercollegiate athletics. In 1970, the University of Memphis Athletic Department officially opened the Kennedy Sportsplex, a 140-acre complex located just south of the main campus. The complex serves as the home of the Tiger football, baseball, soccer and track teams and offers workout facilities for all U of M sports. Since that time, however, the facility has taken on a new name and is now called the Billy J. Murphy Complex. The complex was renamed in honor of former Memphis head football coach and athletic director Billy J. Murphy. The main building at Murphy Complex features a 50-yard indoor practice field with an artificial surface. This field is used for workouts when the weather prohibits outdoor practices and is also used by the baseball team for winter workouts.

Located behind the main building are four outdoor football fields used for fall and spring practices. Other features of the complex include a golf driving range and a 5,000 square foot Novagrass artificial green. The complex is in the midst of a $10 million renovation. Included in the renovation is a main lobby which will feature a Hall of Fame as well as Tiger athletic memorabilia. The lobby will accomodate 150 people and will be used for special events. Two large meeting rooms will be added in order for the Tiger football team to meet prior to practices. The main meeting room will seat up to 100 people and the smaller room will accomodate up to 75. There will also be individual meeting rooms for position meetings. The equipment room will receive an overhaul as will the athletic training facility. The Billy J. Murphy Weight Training facility opened in January of 1993 and is now in use by

all University of Memphis student-athletes. The 10,500 square-foot facility is one of the largest of its kind in the country and features the latest in strength training equipment. The weight room is equipped with 10 self-contained olympic platforms and power racks, a plyometric/medicine ball area, a complete dumbbell line (up to 150 lbs in two and a half pound increments) and a variety of hip sleds, glute-ham stations and other supplemental pieces allowing athletes from all teams to perform an unlimited variety of exercises and movements. The modern facility is also equipped with dressing and restrooms. University of Memphis home baseball games are played at both the 1,200-seat Nat Buring Stadium located on south campus as well as downtown at AutoZone Park, which is also home of the St. Louis Cardinals AAA affiliate, the Memphis Redbirds. Nat Buring Stadium has had Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium/Rex Dockery Field, which plays host to the annual Liberty Bowl game, has several renovabeen the home to Tiger football since 1965. The stadium seats 62,380. tions over the years including the addition of chairback seating, an enclosed press box and most recently, new dugouts. Feasibility studies are currently underway into the construction of a new stadium. In 32 years at Nat Buring, the Tigers own a 613234-1 record. Memphis played 14 of its home games downtown in AutoZone Park

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during the 2002 season. Adjacent to Nat Buring Stadium is Murphy Track, an eightlane, polyurethane tartan surface track used by the University of Memphis track teams for home meets. During the summer of 1992, U of M served as host of the Tennessee Sports Festival which featured athletes from around the state. Murphy Track was also the host site of the 1992 and 1993 Great Midwest Conference Track and Field Championships. The 62,380-seat Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium is the site of all the University of Memphis home football games, as well as the Liberty Bowl postseason game. The stadium has also hosted numerous concerts. The Liberty Bowl, which was built at a cost of $3.7 million by the city, was inaugurated in 1965. The stadium was renovated in 1987 at a cost of $19.5 million which included sky-suites, approximately 12,000 new seats, a new stadium club, new lighting system, new playing surface, new handicap seating area and numerous concession stands and restroom facilities for the new sections. In 1993, the stadium received a new artificial surface for the sidelines and a Jumbotron scoreboard was added in 1999. The largest crowd to witness a Tiger football game at the Liberty Bowl was the 65,885 who attended the Tigers’ stunning upset of sixth-ranked Tennessee in 1996. Memphis defeated the Vols, 21-17, in a game televised by CBS. The University of Memphis Tiger basketball team has played for the past 11 seasons in The Pyramid, which seats 20,142. Highlighting its contents is one of the finest locker room facilities in all of basketball, including the NBA.


THE PYRAMID The University of Memphis begins its sec- The shovel was dropped from a helicopter to ond decade in one of America’s most striking The Pyramid site and erupted in a flame of fireand unique arenas, The Pyramid. works. Capitalizing on its prime location, The PyraHighlighting its contents is one of the finest mid showcases a 360-degree panorama of locker room facilities in all of basketball, includMemphis, the river and the lush Mississippi ing the NBA. The 2,200-square foot room is Valley to provide an unusual but beautiful touch equipped with a lounge and team meeting area, to the Memphis skyline. This architectural mar- dressing room, training room and storage area. vel, clad in 6.9 acres of stainless steel, is a co- The lounge area is furnished with couches, a operative effort of the city of Memphis, Shelby 35-inch color television and a stereo system. County and the University of Memphis. The Between the lounge and dressing room is a Pyramid stands 321 feet high on the east bank theater-style meeting room. The locker room’s of the Mississippi River in downtown Memphis. entrance includes a stainless steel door and a The arena is one of the largest venues for lighted U of M logo that hangs on a marble wall. college basketball in the nation and has ranked A video display system which has replay caamong the top 10 in attendance the past three pabilities was installed prior to the 1998-99 seasons. Additionally, the arena is the home season. The matrix scoreboards the new sysof the NBA Memphis Grizzlies and plays host tem replaced were moved to the arena’s to concerts and many other major entertain- concources. ment events. The scoreboard itself is equipped with the The Pyramid has played host to three NCAA ability to display player fouls and points for each Regional First & Second Rounds (1995, 1997 player on the floor and a statistics program and 2001) along with the 2000 NCAA which includes monitors on press row which Women’s Mideast Regional. The arena has also gives up-to-the-minute individual and team staplayed host to the 1993 Great Midwest Con- tistics. ference Tournament as well as the 1996 and Prior to the 2001-02 season, arena renova2000 Conference USA Tournaments and the tions in preparation of an NBA franchise play2002 C-USA Women’s Tournament. ing in the building also benifited the Tigers. An For basketball, the arena has a seating ca- improved sound system as well as new mespacity of 20,004, including 200 seats for the sage boards were installed. The visiting locker mobility impaired, 200 wheelchair spaces and room as well as media work room also received 28 private suites. major renovations. The Pyramid has proved to be quite a home court advantage for the Tigers as they have compiled a 158-42 (.790) record in their first 11 seasons, including a 17-0 mark in 1994-95. The Tigers won a Pyramidrecord 34 straight games in the pointed house from 1994 to 1996. In their 11 seasons at The Pyramid, the Tigers have played 25 games against ranked opponents and are 12-13 in those contests. Memphis has also played 39 games televised nationally from The Pyramid. The $65 million facililty was officially dedicated on November 29, 1991, at the Tigers’ season opener against DePaul University on ESPN television. Memphis dignitaries, GMC officials and television star Cybil Shepherd all played a part in opening the arena. On Septmber 15, 1989, the fall of a 75-foot, 600-pound, lighted shovel signaled the ground-breaking of The Pyra- The Pyramid poses a striking landmark from any direction in mid in what was termed “The Big Dig.” Memphis. Pictured above is the view from Tom Lee Park located to the south of the arena.

OPPONENTS AT THE PYRAMID

Alabama A&M ............................................. 0-1 Alcorn State ................................................ 0-1 Arkansas .................................................... 3-3 Arkansas-Little Rock .................................... 0-2 Arkansas-Pine Bluff ..................................... 0-2 Arkansas State ............................................ 0-2 Austin Peay State ........................................ 1-1 Ball State .................................................... 0-1 BYU ........................................................... 0-1 Charlotte .................................................... 1-3 Cincinnati ................................................... 4-5 Christian Brothers ....................................... 0-2 Dayton ....................................................... 0-2 DePaul ....................................................... 5-5 Detroit ....................................................... 0-1 Eastern Kentucky......................................... 0-1 Florida A&M ............................................... 0-2 Florida Atlantic ............................................ 0-1 Florida International ..................................... 0-1 Furman ...................................................... 0-1 Georgia State .............................................. 0-4 Georgetown................................................ 2-0 Gonzaga ..................................................... 1-0 Grambling State .......................................... 0-1 Houston ..................................................... 3-5 Howard ...................................................... 0-1 Idaho ......................................................... 0-1 Illinois ........................................................ 0-1 Jackson State .............................................. 1-8 Kansas State ............................................... 0-1 Long Beach State ........................................ 0-1 Louisiana at Lafayette ................................... 0-3 Louisiana at Monroe .................................... 0-6 Louisville .................................................... 1-4 Marquette .................................................. 3-5 Miami (Fla.) ................................................ 1-1 Minnesota .................................................. 0-1 Mississippi.................................................. 1-2 Missouri ..................................................... 0-1 Murray State ............................................... 0-2 New Mexico ............................................... 0-1 Nicholls State ............................................. 0-1 UNC Greensboro ........................................ 0-1 UNC Wilmington ......................................... 0-1 North Carolina State .................................... 1-0 Northwestern State...................................... 0-1 Oklahoma................................................... 0-1 Old Dominion ............................................. 0-1 Robert Morris ............................................. 0-1 Saint Louis .................................................. 1-7 Sam Houston State ...................................... 0-1 San Francisco ............................................. 0-1 Southeastern Louisiana ................................ 0-2 Southern Mississippi ................................... 3-8 Southeast Missouri ...................................... 0-1 South Florida .............................................. 1-7 Temple ....................................................... 2-1 Tennessee .................................................. 3-3 Tennessee-Chattanooga ............................... 0-1 Tennessee-Martin ........................................ 0-2 Tennessee Tech .......................................... 0-2 TCU ........................................................... 0-2 Texas-San Antonio ....................................... 0-1 Texas Southern ........................................... 0-2 Tulane ........................................................ 1-7 UAB ........................................................... 2-9 UTEP ......................................................... 0-1 Vanderbilt ................................................... 1-2 Villanova .................................................... 0-1 Virginia Commonwealth ............................... 0-1 Wofford ..................................................... 0-1

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MEMPHIS SUPPORT GROUPS Tiger Clubs

The Tiger Club Room at The Pyramid opened in 1997 and serves as the hospitality area for Super, Scholarship and Platinum level donors.

The Tiger Clubs are The University of Memphis’s annual fund-raising program for intercollegiate athletics. The Tiger Clubs are managed in accordance with the policies and procedures established by The University of Memphis, Conference USA, and the NCAA. The governing body of the Tiger Clubs is the Tiger Club Board of Directors. The president of this year’s organization is former First Tennessee executive John C. Kelley. The main goal of the Tiger Clubs is to provide a base of fund-raising services for alumni and friends who support the following University of Memphis athletic programs: Baseball Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Men’s Cross Country Women’s Cross Country Football Women’s Golf Men’s Golf

Rifle Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Men’s Tennis Women's Tennis Men's Track & Field Women’s Track & Field Volleyball

Annual contributions extend scholarship opportunities to student-athletes, maintain and improve physical facilities, and advance Memphis’s place in the national spotlight. Members of the Tiger Clubs play a direct role in the success of Memphis athletics. Annual gifts to the Tiger Clubs compliment and supplement the reserves from ticket sales, radio and television rights fees, corporate sponsorships and other sources of income. With more than 3,000 members, the Tiger Clubs raises approximately $4.5 million each year. Contributors to the Tiger Clubs receive many benefits, including priority seating for regular season home athletic events and post-season games, automobile decals, recognition in football game programs, newsletters, invitations to special functions, and other interesting items. The Tiger Clubs are run by associate athletic director Kevin Grothe, assistant athletic director Melissa Moore, assistant athletic director Scott Rabenold, annual giving coordinator Darian Westerfield and administrative assistant Connie Diffie.

Highland Hundred Almost 50 years ago, several Memphis area businessmen gathered one night on Highland Avenue and formed the Memphis football booster group, the Highland Hundred. At its inception in 1954, the group, now regarded as one of the most energetic organizations in the nation, had just eight members and set its initial goal at a membership of 100. The group membership now totals over 600. But their goal remains the same, to promote Tiger football. The activities and projects of the Highland Hundred are many and varied. The group sponsors a barbecue contest, a preseason kickoff banquet and a golf tournament. In addition, the Highland Hundred has undertaken serveral major projects like the restoration of Murphy Athletic Training Center and the purchase of a Lexicon Video Sports Editing System. Recently, the club funded lights for Memphis’ practice facility. The club also sponsors the Senior Banquet. The group, once featured in Sports Illustrated, received national attention in 1972, when it purchased a Bengal Tiger mascot, TOM (which stands for Tigers-Of-Memphis). TOM I died in February 1992 and the Highland Hundred purchased TOM II, who is housed at Saint Nix Farms in his own 3,500 square-foot habitat.

Rebounders Club The Rebounders Club is entering its 34th year as the support group for the University of Memphis basketball program. The organization consists of almost 500 members. Again this season, the Rebounders will maintain a special room at all home games that is available to all members and their guests. The Rebounders promote the annual BlueGray scrimmage, the annual golf scramble, the end of the year awards banquet, Midnight Madness, the club room on the arena floor and many special projects which the coach asks the group to assist him with throughout the year.

Other Support Groups Bullpen Club..................................Baseball Side Out Club............................. Volleyball UM Supporter’s Club ..................... Soccer Fastbreak Club .........Women’s Basketball M Club ........................................ All Sports

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ATHLETIC ACADEMICS The University of Memphis’ Center for Athletic Academic Services (CAAS) is dedicated to the academic and personal development of all Tiger studentathletes. Their mission is to provide support services to ensure that U of M student-athletes succeed in the classroom and obtain undergraduate degrees. The services include orientation programs, tutoring, mentoring, academic counseling, study hall and academic advising. In March 2002, vast improvements were beginning to take place in the CAAS. At that time, Dr. Joe Luckey, took over the staff after spending the previous 10 years at Austin Peay State. Dr. Luckey, who was nationally recognized for his outstanding leadership in 1999, came to Memphis with a vision. In just one short year, Dr. Luckey has recruited six new staff members, has instituted new academic programs, designed and inspired two special sections of ACAD 1100 for student-athletes and has transitioned his office from the basement of the Elma Roane Fieldhouse to the newlyrenovated Wilder Tower. Dr. Luckey heads a staff of five which includes assistant director Nicole Green, counselors Becky Kolenbrander, Bridget VanLandeghem and Maria Tyson and office coordinator Dorothy Gillard. In addition to the full-time staff, the CAAS utilizes 10-20 tutors, graduate assistants and student workers. CAAS has a unique responsibility as an office as it provides academic services to all student-athletes and conducts all necessary paperwork for NCAA academic compliance. Green, who was hired May 2003, was brought in specifically to handle NCAA, conference and institutional compliance matters associated with prospective and current student-athletes. The four counselors are assigned to specific sports, working with those student-athletes and coaching staffs. At the 2002 Fall Orientation, Dr. Luckey challenged the Center’s staff, the coaching staffs and the student-athletes to collaboratively enhance the academic performance of U of M student-athletes. The Center made progress in that regard in the fall with the student-athlete GPAs averaging 2.67, and with seven teams earning GPAs of 3.0 or higher. All in all, 109 student-athletes earned GPAs of 3.0 or higher in the fall. Among that group, 53 were included on the U of M Deans’ List for achieving GPAs of 3.5 or better. The following eight athletes earned a perfect 4.0 GPA: Josetta Brooks (track), Josey Edwards (golf), Rebecca Garner (tennis), Lisa Hyman (track), Nathan Orie (tennis), Scott Scherer (football), Kristan Wilson (soccer)

Dr. Joe Luckey Director, Academic Services

Nicole Green Assistant Director

and Heather Woolls (track). The CAAS received a new home during the summer of 2003 upon the completion of the Wilder Tower. In addition to the CAAS, the Wilder Tower will house the offices of admissions, the bursar, financial aid, the registrar, student development and academic advising. A total of 8,000 square feet, encompassing the entire sixth and seventh floors of the tower, have been designated for the CAAS. The area will support 31 student computer stations, 17 offices and several study tables. Inspired by Dr. Luckey, two special sections of ACAD 1100, Introduction to the University, were offered to student-athletes only, and were taught by Dr. Luckey and Kolenbrander last fall. The class was so well received that a third section was offered in 2003 so that all freshman student-athletes could be included in the course. The two sections last year were attended by 55 student-athletes, including all freshmen in football, men’s basketball, women’s basketball and volleyball. Students who participated in the class earned an average of 15.4 credit hours, and an average GPA of 3.045. Three academic programs are sponsored by the CAAS as a means of honoring the top student-athletes at The U of M. The Tiger 3.0 Club recognizes studentathletes who earn grade point averages of 3.0 during the fall/spring semesters, while the Tiger Academic Thirty is dedicated to the 30 student-athletes with the best grade point average on each team, and then the next best group of athletes, totaling 30 athletes. The final honor, the TEAM GPA Award, is presented to the male and female team with the best grade point average for the semester. With a qualified and dedicated staff in place, and a new spacious work area dedicated entirely to all Tiger student-athletes, Dr. Luckey expects graduation rates to climb, and well-rounded stuConference USA Honors dent-athletes to emerge upon Following the 2001-02 athletic season, two University of Memphis their graduation from The U of athletes received one of the highest honors issued by Conference USA. M. U of M football player Scott Scherer and Lady Tiger basketball player Just in the last couple Lauren Jackson were two of six athletes in the league who received C-USA of years, University of Memphis Postgraduate Scholarships in the amount of $4,000. It marked the first student-athletes have received time that two athletes from the same school received such an honor. some of the top league and naJackson completed her collegiate career in 2002 while Scherer enrolled tional awards. Following the as a graduate student for his senior season. 2001-02 athletic season, two U Additionally, 19 University of Memphis athletes received the of M athletes received one of the Commissioner’s Medal for carrying a 3.75 grade point average this past highest honors issued by Conschool year. ference USA. UM football player Memphis had 111 athletes honored on the league’s honor roll for Scott Scherer and Lady Tiger having a 3.00 gpa. Memphis basketball player Duane Erwin was one of basketball player Lauren Jackson the Tigers named to the Conference USA Honor Roll. were two of six athletes in the

Bridget Vanlandeghem Academic Counselor

Becky Kolenbrander Academic Counselor

Maria Tyson Academic Counselor

league who received a C-USA Postgraduate Scholarship in the amount of $4,000. This was the first time ever that two athletes from the same school received such an honor. This past year, 19 student-athletes were honored by Conference USA with the Commissioner’s Medal for posting a grade point average of 3.75 or higher, and the U of M was one of only two schools to have three athletes named as C-USA Scholar Athletes of the Year. The honor went to Lisa-Marie Hyman (track), Sabrina Lindemann (tennis) and Chris Schmidt (soccer). This was also only the second time that Memphis was represented for this award. The last time occurred in 1995-96 when three athletes were honored. Memphis student-athletes also represented the school well nationally, as seven Tiger athletes received the Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar Awards, and five received Verizon Academic All-America recognition.

Academic Highlights • At the completion of the 2002-03 academic year, 215 studentathletes had achieved a GPA of 3.0 or higher. • Sixteen student-athletes achieved a perfect 4.0 average during the fall or spring semesters. • The athletic department was led in team grade point average for the year by Women’s Golf and Women’s Tennis. Men’s Tennis, Volleyball, Women’s Golf, Women’s Tennis and Women’s Soccer all achieved a GPA of 3.0 or better. • Baseball earned its highest GPA as a team since Fall, 1995; Men’s Basketball recorded its highest GPA since 1990; and Football posted its highest team GPA ever. • Women’s Tennis leads the way with 17 straight semesters of a 3.0 GPA or higher, and owns four straight semesters of a 3.5 or better. Volleyball and Women’s Golf follow closely with 12 semesters and 10 semesters of a GPA of 3.0 or higher, respectively. • 57 U of M student-athletes graduated during the 2002-03 academic year, and an additional 21 student-athletes graduated in Aug. 2003. • 111 student-athletes were named to the C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll with a 3.0 GPA or higher. 19 student-athletes were honored with a Commissioner’s Medal with a 3.75 or higher.

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ATHLETIC ST AFF

STELLA GREEN Olympic Sports Sec.

CAROL MURRAY Athletic Director's Office

ELLIOT PERRY Tiger Clubs

KATIE RUMP Asst. Compliance Director

BETTY RUSSELL Women's BKB Secretary

SHERRI SCHWARTZ FTB Recruiting Secretary

RONNIE VINSON Business Office

JENNIF ER WAL KER Administrative Asst.

DARIAN WESTER FIEL D Tiger Clubs

LUNETHA PRYOR Basketball Secretary

DR. RODNEY SMITH Faculty Adviser

LETONIA WIL LIAMS Ticket Office

CHITRA RAMPER SAD Men's BKB Secretary

CAROL REEVES Football Admin. Secretary

CHERI GANONG-ROB INSON Spirit Coordinator

VANESSA SMITH Business Office

LOU STRASBERG Travel Coordinator

LISH TRICE Assistant to the AD

ROSANNE W IL LIAMS Athletic Director’s Office

MARTHA WOODS Sports Information Secretary

Tiger Club Boards

The U of M Athletic Committee

The Tiger Club Board of Directors are: Reggie Barnes, Charles Burkett, Dr. Don Carson, Doug Collins, Bruce Demps, Curtis Dillihunt, Wade Duke, Randy Fishman, Glenna Flautt, Dianne Fry, Alan Graf, Kay Kelly, Stillman McFadden, Jackson Moore, Dr. Robert Richardson, Van Weinberg, John Kelley - President, William N. Morris, Rick Spell, Harold Byrd, Jim Kelly, Rick Masson, Tim Dulin, Dr, Larry Edwards, Beverley Dunn, Win Rainey and Joe Barkley.

The Athletic Committee at the U of M is comprised of a chairman, Dr. Rodney Smith, professor in the Dr. Cecil C. Humphreys Law School and eight faculty and staff members who serve four-year terms on a staggered basis. The committee also includes two student voting members. The purpose of the committee is to serve in an advisory capacity to the president on matters involving athletics. The committee assists in the development of broad program policies for the University men's and women's intercollegiate athletic programs. The committee also reviews and approves the policies and procedures for awarding grant-in aid to student athletes. They certify, through the chairman, the eligibility of student athletes for intercollegiate sports. The committee reviews proposed appointments to the coaching staff made by the Director of Athletics and recommend to the President for appointment by her candidates deemed qualified for the position. They review scheduling of intercollegiate athletic contests and proposed budgets prepared by the Director of Athletics and submit recommendations through standard University budget review procedures. Members of the U of M Athletic Committee include: Dr. Rodney Smith (chairman), Dr. Don Carson (non-voting ex-officio), John W. Cothern (nonvoting ex-officio), Dr. David Cox, Dr. James Fickle, Roxanna Gee, Robert Koch, Dr. Phillip T. Kolbe, Dr. Gladius Lewis, Dr. Ronnie Priest, Dr. Nicholas White, Dr. Shelley White-Means, R.C. Johnson, Lynn Parkes, Dr.Shirley Raines (president), Dr. Ralph Faudree and Dr. Joe Luckey. Student members include Abby More and Jimond Pugh.

The Board of Visitors Athletic Advisory Committee includes: Mike Rose - chairman, Dave Bronczek, Ben Bryant, Harold Byrd, Bridget Chisholm, Frank Flautt, James Harwood, John Kelley, William N. Morris, Rick Spell, Ron Terry, Pat Kerr Tigrett and Tom Watson. Ex-officio: Willard Sparks and Jim Phillips. Members of the Ambassador’s Club are: Ben Bryant, Hilliard Crews, William Dunavant, Frank Flautt, Janet January, William N. Morris, Mike Rose, Elkan Scheidt, Fred Smith, Willard Sparks, Rick Spell, Elaine Springer, John Stokes, and Tom Watson.

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ATHLETIC STAFF Assistant Coaches

TONY BARBEE Men’s Basketball

CRAIG BOLLER Football

TOM CROSS Women's Basketball

BROOKS DONALD Women’s Basketball

JOHN DOWDY Rifle

JOE LEE DUNN Football

RANDY FICHTNER Football

JODI FISHER Women’s Soccer

JOHN FLOWERS Football

PAUL GOEBEL Men’s Tennis

ANGELA GRAZIANI Volleyball

CLAY HELTON Football

JONAS HOLDEMAN Track & Field/Cross Country

GEORGE HOLT Baseball

RUSS HUESMAN Football

JEEP HUNTER Football

TIM KEANE Football

DEREK KELLOGG Men’s Basketball

RICK MALLORY Football

SYTIA MESSER Women’s Basketball

KEVIN ROBINSON Track & Field

JENNI ROSELLI Volleyball

CHRIS RUMPH Football

ED SCHILLING Men’s Basketball

NATE SAMS Baseball

LARRY OWENS Baseball

MILT WAGNER Men’s Basketball

Athletic Department Support Staff

ROBBIE ALLRED W. Basketball Secretary

SU SAN BLACKW EL L Business Office

BARBARA CHAPMAN Olympic Sports Secretary

LAWSON CULVER Computer Specialist

CONNIE DIFFEE Tiger Clubs

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DAVE ERWIN Business Office

CAROL FREDER ICK Ticket Office


MEMPHIS HEAD COACHES B A S E B A L L DAVE ANDERSON

Alma Mater

B A S K E T B A L L

Alma Mater

JOHN CALIPARI

Memphis

Yrs. at UM UM Record Career 3 years

75-88

75-88

Dave Anderson led his squad to one of the greatest turnarounds of any NCAA baseball program in 2001. Memphis increased its win total from 15 in 2000 to 34 in 2001. Junior Daniel Uggla was named to the all-CUSA first team and to two all-America squads, and he was also selected as a semifinalist for the Dick Howser National Player of the Year award. The Tigers struggled in 2003, but Jarrett Grube was named the C-USA Pitcher of the week twice during the season.

Clarion State, 1982

Yrs. at UM UM Record Career 3 years

71-31

264-102

John Calipari led the Tigers to a National Championship at the 2002 NIT, and through 11 seasons has the fifth-best career start in wins in NCAA Division I history. In 2002-03, the Tigers returned to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in seven years. Memphis posted a 237 record and won a second straight C-USA National Division title with a 13-3 league record. Memphis averaged 16,643 at The Pyramid, the seventh-best fan total in the nation.

Alma Mater N/A

R I F L E BUTCH

WOOLBRIGHT

S O C C E R

JOYE LEE-MCNELIS X C O U N T R Y

JONAS HOLDEMAN F O O T B A L L TOMMY WEST M. G O L F GRANT ROBBINS W. G O L F SHERYL MAIZE

Alma Mater Southern Miss, 1984

Yrs. at UM UM Record Career 12 years

208-146 208-146

Joye Lee-McNelis has done wonders for the Lady Tiger basketball program. In her career, she has led Memphis to seven straight post-season appearance, and has coached 14 all-conference players and two WNBA players. She has also won five conference championships in her 12 years at Memphis, and earned her 200th win in 2002-03. A former Southern Miss basketball player, McNelis was inducted into the USM Hall of Fame in 1997.

Alma Mater Tennessee, 1985

Yrs. at UM UM Record Career 2 years

N/A

N/A

Jonas Holdeman joined the Lady Tiger track and cross country teams as an assistant coach in charge of the distance program. He spent the past two years as the track and field and cross country coach of the sports club program at North Carolina. There, he worked with over 40 athletes, developing training programs for all the runners. Under Holdeman’s guidance, UNC sport club track and field won the last two ACC Club Championships.

Alma Mater Tennessee, 1976

Yrs. at UM UM Record Career 2 years

8-15

39-43

The 21st head football coach at The U of M, Tommy West is primed to send this Tiger squad in the right direction. In 2001, West’s Tigers came within seconds of breaking the school’s 30-year bowl drought. Memphis finished the year with a 5-6 record, matching the most wins by the U of M since 1994. The Tigers struggled with injuries in 2002 and finished the year at 3-9. Despite the disappointing season, eight Tigers were named to various all-Conference USA teams.

Alma Mater

Yrs. at UM UM Record Career

Memphis, 1994

First season

N/A

N/A

Grant Robbins, a former Tiger golf letterman and three-year all-conference selection, has returned to The University of Memphis to take over the program. For the past four years, Robbins has served as the head golf coach at UNC-Wilmington and turned that program into a nation power, winning 11 tournaments and advancing to the NCAA. Robbins played for the Tigers from 1991-94 and after receiving his master's degree, served as an assistant at Penn State.

Alma Mater Miami, 1990

Yrs. at UM UM Record Career 2 years

N/A

N/A

Sheryl Maize joined the U of M staff in August 2002 and inherited a squad that interim coach Katie Rump led to two tournament titles the prior season. The 2001 squad also earned its sixth NCAA Regional tournament in seven years. Maize, a former standout at the University of Miami (Fla.), has been the head coach at Augsburg College in Minnesota since the fall of 2000. In her collegiate career, she had four Top 10 finishes and 11 Top 20 finishes. She has spent the summers as an instructor for the Ben Sutton Golf School in Sun City, Fla.

N/A

N/A

Yrs. at UM UM Record Career

Green Mountain College, 1993 4 years

37-33-3

94-68-5

Richie Grant is in his fifth year at the helm of the men’s soccer program after guiding Memphis to a 14-6 record in 2000, and earning CUSA Coach of the Year honors. In 2002, Grant led the Tigers to their seventh 10-win season in the past 10 years. They also managed an undefeated, 7-0-1, mark in non-league play. In his tenure, Grant has coached 12 C-USA all-conference honorees.

RICHIE GRANT

Alma Mater

W. B A S K E T B A L L

11 years

Butch Woolbright has spent the last 11 years at the helm of the U of M rifle squad. He has been honored as Coach of the Year by both Conference USA (1998) and the Great Midwest (1993). Woolbright’s shooters have won three gold, two silver and one bronze individual conference medals, and his squads have placed in the top tier of league competition during his tenure as coach. In 2002-03, freshman Beth Tidmore was named the first rifle all-American at Memphis.

Alma Mater

M.

Yrs. at UM UM Record Career

Memphis, 1994

S O C C E R

BROOKS

MONAGHAN

M. T E N N I S

PHIL CHAMBERLAIN W. T E N N I S

CHARLOTTE PETERSON M. T R A C K

Yrs. at UM UM Record Career 3 years

23-34-2

23-34-2

Brooks Monaghan enters his fourth year as head coach for the Lady Tiger soccer program. He is no stranger to the program, having enjoyed a stellar goalkeeping career at The U of M in the early 90s. Monaghan led Memphis to a 9-11 record in his first year, which was the second-best finish by a UM squad in six years. In 2002, Monaghan guided his young squad to the C-USA Tournament for the first time since 1997.

Alma Mater Memphis, 1976

Yrs. at UM UM Record Career 5 years

84-49

84-49

Phil Chamberlain has already made an impact at The U of M. A year after guiding his 2001 squad to its first appearance in the ITA’s national-rankings in 25 years, Chamberlain led his 2002 team to one of its best seasons in history with a 16-8 record. Eight of Memphis’ 16 wins were over ranked teams, and Memphis was undefeated in C-USA action. Chamberlain has coached seven individuals to all-C-USA honors. He was inducted into the Tennessee Tennis Hall of Fame in 2001.

Alma Mater Memphis, 1972

Yrs. at UM UM RecordCareer 28 years

321-396 321-396

A member of The U of M women’s tennis program for over three decades as both a coach and a player, Charlotte Peterson has seen much of Memphis’ tennis history, including coaching the top two career singles victories leaders—Annika Ewaldson and Christina Ladyman. The U of M sent three individuals to the ITA Southeast Regionals for the first time in four years in 2000. Peterson played for The U of M from 197072. She notched her 300th career win in 2002.

Alma Mater Rhodes College, 1962

Yrs. at UM UM Record Career 33 years

N/A

N/A

Glenn Hays has coached seven all-Americans, six national champs, one world record holder and four conference freshmen of the year in his 32 years. Since joining C-USA in 1996, Hays has guided 27 conference champs, including Gaute Myklbust who set school records in the shot put and discus and won conference titles in both. Myklbust was also named Conference USA Outdoor Track Athlete of the Year in 2003.

GLENN HAYS W. T R A C K BRENDA CASH

Alma Mater Arizona State, 1981

18 years

N/A

N/A

The U of M reinstated women’s track in 1985 after a three-year hiatus and Brenda Cash has been rebuilding the program ever since. The results are most obvious in the record book, where all but six school records have been reset, including eight during 2003. Keenan Gibson was thefirst female to qualify for the NCAA Outdoor Championship in the 200-meter dash. Lisa- Marie Hyman is a three-time C-USA triple jump champion under Cash.

Alma Mater V O L L E Y B A L L

Yrs. at UM UM Record Career

Washington St., 1992

Yrs. at UM UM Record Career 7 years

110-120 110-120

Carrie Yerty begins her eighth season at the helm of the volleyball program. Last season, she led Memphis to a 19-15 finish -- just one win shy of her second straight 20-win season. Heather Watts earned the program’s first Verizon Academic All-District honor since 2000. Yerty has coached four all-conference honorees, including Amie Hamilton who was named to the all-C-USA second team in 2001.

CARRIE YERTY

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Lamar Chance

Jennifer Rodrigues

Fred Stewart

Al Brown Director of M Club Al Brown is in his 13th year as the director of The University of Memphis M Club. The M Club is the letterman's organization for the institution. A former letterman himself, Brown played baseball for the Tigers from 1947-48. He played professional baseball and worked as a professional scout in the Chicago White Sox organization in the 1950s and returned to Memphis in the 1960s as head baseball coach. During his tenure as the Tigers’ baseball coach, Brown compiled an overall record of 156118-4 in nine seasons. His 1964 and 1965 teams won 21 games, marking the first 20-win seasons in the school's history. Brown's teams posted winning records in seven of his nine seasons at the helm. When he left The U of M in 1971, he joined the Memphis Park Commission and later was named as the manager of Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium. He remained with the city of Memphis until rejoining the staff at Memphis in 1991. Brown's duties with the M Club include hosting the annual M Club Sports Hall of Fame banquet and induction ceremonies each fall.

Lamar Chance Asst. Media Relations Director Lamar Chance is in his first year on the U of M Athletic Media Relations staff. He comes to Memphis after spending the previous eight years in the Ole Miss Athletics Media Relations office, the last six as the department's associate director. In his associate position, he was responsible for the day-to-day publicity operations for men's basketball, editing of the football gameday programs, as well as assisting with football. Chance graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1991 with a degree in Radio, Television, Motion Pictures. He worked as a student assistant in the UNC SID office for two years. Upon graduation, Chance accepted an internship at the University of Connecticut, where he served as the media relations contact for base-

Syra Thibault

ball, hockey and women's soccer during the 1991-92 season. Before his arrival at Ole Miss, Chance served as Assistant Media Relations Director at the University of Massachusetts. While at UMass from 1992-95, he oversaw the publicity of the school's 25 Olympic sports and handled women's basketball and football duties as well. Chance is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America. A native of Albemarle, N.C., he worked the 1996 and 1997 NCAA Women's Basketball Final Fours and the 1995 NCAA Field Hockey Final Four.

Jennifer Rodrigues Assoc. Media Relations Director Jennifer Rodrigues enters her sixth year as the associate athletic media relations director at The University of Memphis. She is responsible for the publicity and promotion of The U of M women's athletic programs, as well as serving as the secondary contact for football. The primary media contact for women's basketball, Rodrigues also is responsible for overseeing the work of the athletic media relations graduate and student assistants, and monitoring the budget. In March 2000, she served as the assistant Media Coordinator of the NCAA Men’s 1st and 2nd Round tournament, and a year later served as the media coordinator for the NCAA Women's Basketball Mideast Regional. In 2002, she volunteered at the Mideast Regional hosted by Marquette University. A 1995 graduate of the University of Southwestern Louisiana, Rodrigues joined The U of M after serving two years as an assistant media relations director at Mississippi State where she was the primary contact for women's basketball and softball. She also assisted in the game-day operations for football, volleyball and men's basketball. Her 1998 softball media guide was judged third in the nation by CoSIDA and her cover received the Best In the Nation honor. Prior to Mississippi State, Rodrigues served as assistant SID for women's athletics at Northern Arizona University. She also served as interim SID at NAU and handled men's basketball and football prior to accepting the job at MSU.

The New Orleans, La., native received her bachelor's degree in journalism at USL. While at USL, she served as a student assistant in the sports information office, where she was the media contact for volleyball and the nationallyranked Lady Cajun softball team. She was honored in 1995 by CoSIDA as her softball guide placed third nationally. Rodrigues, 30, is married to Mike Rodrigues, who is an assistant athletic trainer for the U of M. The couple has a daughter, Alyssa, who was born on Nov. 27, 2002.

Fred Stewart Business Manager Fred Stewart is in his 17th year as the athletic business manager at the University of Memphis. A native of Bruce, Mississippi, Stewart moved to Memphis with his family in 1963 and graduated from Frayser High School in 1967. Stewart entered the United States Navy in 1968 and served for two years on the aircraft carrier USS Kearsarge CVA-21. He began working at International Harvester in 1968 before joining the Navy and returned to the company in 1970. Stewart enrolled in The U of M while working at IH and received his BBA in accounting in 1978. He moved into the accounting office at Harvester in 1978 and remained there for seven years. Stewart, who enjoys playing and reading about sports, was hired as athletic business manager at the University of Memphis in 1986.

Syra Thibault Director of Marketing/ Promotions Syra Thibault is in her third year as the director of marketing and promotions for the university. Thibault joined the staff from the University of South Alabama where she served as the marketing and promotions directorfor three years, while earning her degree. She graduated from USA in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in sport and event marketing. She has also organized and assisted such events as the GMAC Mobile Alabama Bowl, Sun Belt Conference Tournaments, NCAA First/Second Round and BayFest. A native of Baton Rouge, La., Thibault worked two years at the Casino Magic in Bay St. Louis, Miss., prior to attending USA, and has also worked at Casino Magic in Biloxi. From 199498 she worked with marketing, sales and special events for both properties.

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Bob Winn

Melissa Moore

Bob Winn Assistant Athletic Director Bob Winn, a native of Roanoke, Virginia, is in his 29th year with The University of Memphis athletic department. For the past 16 years Winn has served as assistant athletic director for media relations. The chairman of the Conference USA Sports Information Directors in 1995-96, Winn is a 1974 graduate of the University of Memphis, holding a bachelor’s degree in journalism. During his tenure with the Tigers, he has promoted 24 football All-Americans, including national award winners Joe Allison, who received the Lou Groza Award in 1993, and Ryan White, who was named to the 2000 Playboy All-American squad, 12 basketball All-Americans, five baseball AllAmericans and three track All-Americans. In addition, Winn served as media coordinator for four NCAA Regionals (1984, 1995, 1997, 2001), five NIT Tournaments, five Metro Conference Tournaments, one Great Midwest Conference Tournament and two Conference USA Tournaments. He also served as the official scorer for the Women's NCAA East Regional Golf Tournament in Memphis. Winn was inducted into the All-American Football Foundation Hall of Fame in May 1998, receiving the Scoop Hudgins award for media relations. In addition to his duties with The U of M, Winn has served as the media coordinator for the PGA Tour stop in Memphis, the FedEx St. Jude Classic for 29 years and has assisted with the press box operation for the annual St. Jude Liberty Bowl, which is played in Memphis in December. A 1966 graduate of Patrick Henry High School in Roanoke, Winn is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America was honored by CoSIDA in 2000 for 25 years of service in the SID profession.

Melissa Moore Assistant Athletic Director Melissa Moore, a graduate of The University of Memphis, is in her 18th year as a member of the athletic department and her 15th with the Tiger Clubs staff. She has served as Tiger Clubs coordinator for eight years and has been an assistant athletic director for the past nine years.

Steve Stroud

Sally Andrews

A 1985 graduate of the University of Memphis, Moore received her BBA with a major in accounting. During her tenure as a student, Moore worked in the Athletic Academic Office and moved to the Athletic Department, working in the athletic director's office and the basketball office before joining the staff of the Tiger Clubs in 1986. Moore oversees the operation of the Tiger Clubs, which includes contributions for the general scholarship fund, gift-in-kind, the Tiger Clubs Auction and the Tiger Club Golf Tournament. She most recently was instrumental in initiating the on-line auction for The U of M. As an undergraduate student, Moore received an early taste of athletics. She was a featured majorette with the University of Memphis band, the Mighty Sound of the South, from 1980-84. The band performed at all U of M football and basketball games. She was named to the Outstanding Young Women of America in 1985. The native Memphian is a graduate of Germantown High School.

Steve Stroud Assistant Athletic Director Steven Stroud, who serves as the assistant athletic director for annual giving, joined the Tigers in January 2003. He is responsible for the Tiger Clubs annual giving campaign, which includes overseeing the Tiger Clubs Fund Drive and working closely with many of the over 3,000 Tiger Clubs donors. Stroud graduated from the University of Georgia, where he worked with athletic marketing and promotions. While at Georgia, he received his B.B.A. in 2000 with a double major in marketing and finance. He went on to receive his master’s degree in sports administration from St. Thomas University in 2001. Stroud joined the U of M staff from the University of Miami, where he served as the assistant director of annual giving. During his tenure with the Hurricanes, annual giving doubled over a three-year period. He also contributed to three separate capital campaigns, including a $50 million on-campus basketball arena. Stroud and his wife, Deirdre, an interior designer, reside in Cordova.

Murray Armstrong

Al Brown

Sally Andrews Assistant Director of Compliance Sally Andrews, who previously served as women's golf coach for the Lady Tigers, is in her 12th year as assistant compliance coordinator for The U of M. A 1982 graduate of Christian Brothers College in Memphis, Andrews lettered for four years in basketball and volleyball. A golfer who took up the game at an early age, the native Memphian established herself as one of the top women players in the Mid-South. She was a six-time Memphis city women's champion. Andrews was named as the head women's golf coach in 1987 and remained in that position for five years. Her 1988 team won the UAB Lady Blazer Tournament, the first victory ever for a Lady Tiger golf team.

Murray Armstrong Director of Facilities Murray Armstrong has served under eight head football coaches during his 40-year tenure at the University of Memphis. He was hired by former head coach and athletic director Billy J. Murphy in 1962. Armstrong has been involved with every facet of college football at Memphis. He has been an assistant freshman coach, head freshman coach, varsity defensive end coach, kicking coach, special teams coach, academic advisor and administrative aid during his tenure with the Tigers. He serves as the coordinator of the Billy J. Murphy Athletic Complex. A 1961 graduate of the University of Tennessee, Armstrong was a first team all-Southeastern Conference academic selection in 1961. Armstrong was a three-year letterman for the Volunteers. He received his degree in sociology and biology from Tennessee and has since earned his master’s degree from The University of Memphis. Armstrong and his wife, Joan, have two children Sterritt, a 1990 West Point graduate, and Brence, a 1997 graduate of Memphis.

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ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION Kevin Grothe

Lynn Parkes

Bill Lofton

Associate Athletic Director Iowa, 1985

Associate Athletic Director Alabama, 1973

Associate Athletic Director Memphis, 1972

Kevin Grothe is in his eighth year as associate athletic director for external affairs at the University of Memphis. He is responsible for overseeing the athletic department's external operations, including fund raising, marketing and promotions, media relations, ticketing, merchandising and licensing, and the spirit squads. The University of Memphis Tiger Clubs have set new records for gift giving six of the past seven years. During the past year, Tiger Club gifts totaled nearly $4.5 million. Grothe came to Memphis after spending two years as assistant commissioner for corporate development at the Mid-America Conference in Toledo, Ohio. His responsibilities included coordinating and developing sponsorship packages for the MAC television and radio networks. The 40-year-old Grothe worked as assistant athletic director for marketing and promotions at Miami University from 19891993. He coordinated marketing and promotions for 19 men's and women's intercollegiate sports programs at Miami and managed all activities for the Red and White Club. Prior to joining the staff at Miami, Grothe worked as the assistant director of sports marketing and promotions at the University of Iowa for four years. Grothe received his bachelor of arts degree from Iowa in 1985. He is a member of the Public Relations Society of America, the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators and the National Association of Athletic Development Directors. He currently is the chair of Conference USA’s development directors committee.

Lynn Parkes is in her 20th year as the senior women's administrator for The U of M. As such, she oversees eight intercollegiate sports of women's basketball, volleyball, men's and women's golf, men's and women's track and men's and women's tennis. Parkes also oversees the areas of compliance and student-athlete services. Prior to devoting full-time to her role as associate athletic director, Parkes spent 11 years as the head women's golf coach at Memphis. A native of Lawrenceburg, Tenn., Parkes is a 1973 graduate of the University of Alabama. She was a member of the Crimson Tide women's golf team and competed in the National Collegiate Championship Tournament her final three years of college. Following graduation, she taught for two years at Loretto (TN) High School as a physical education instructor. Parkes came to The University of Memphis in 1975 to complete her graduate degree in physical education and at the same time, started the women's golf program. In addition to her administration of the women's sports programs, Parkes is compliance director for the University of Memphis Athletic Department. As such, she is Memphis’ liaison to Conference USA and the NCAA in adherence to the rules and regulations of those two organizations. A former member of the LPGA, Parkes served as chair of the NCAA Women's Golf Committee. She has served as tournament director of the 1995 NCAA East Golf Regional hosted by Memphis, as well as the 2000 NCAA Women's Basketball Mideast Regional Tournament. Currently, Parkes sits on the NCAA Women’s Basketball Committee whose charge is the selection and conduct of the NCAA National Championship. She also serves on various task force and committees within Conference USA.

Bill Lofton came to the Tiger athletic department in 1994 as associate athletic director for finance and management. He is responsible for overseeing the athletic department budget and the day-to-day operation of the department in the absence of the athletic director. A graduate of Memphis, Lofton came to the athletic department after serving for 10 years as the manager of financial planning for the University. Lofton, who was named the University's Administrative Employee of the Year in 199091, has over 20 years of financial management experience in the areas of budget management, implementation of computer systems, cost accounting and auditing financial procedures. A native of Memphis, Lofton graduated from Trezevant High School in 1968 and enrolled at Memphis. He received his B.B.A. in management and marketing in 1972. He began his business career with International Harvester in 1972, starting as a cost accountant and advancing to senior cost accountant and office systems and procedures analyst. In 1981 he left International Harvester to become vice president of business affairs for The Memphis College of Arts. He was responsible for the budgeting, purchasing and fund raising, while supervising the financial operation and facility management. Lofton joined the staff at the University of Memphis in 1984 as the manager of Financial Planning.

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ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION R.C. Johnson Athletic Director Iowa, 1965

R.C. Johnson, who has worked for more than 30 years in athletic administration and served as athletic director at Temple University, was named the Director of Athletics at The University of Memphis on December 29, 1995. Johnson came aboard in February of 1996 and immediately set forth in putting together one of the most renowned staffs in school history. Since his arrival, Johnson has hired such high-profile coaches as former Clemson head football coach Tommy West, former New Jersey Nets and UMass head basketball coach John Calipari and former Los Angeles Dodger shortstop Dave Anderson as baseball coach. With his staff completed, the Illinois native set his sights on revamping the University of Memphis athletic facilities and that goal is now coming to completion. Johnson initiated the start of a capital campaign to add a new 8,000 square-foot football and basketball office complex to the current Athletic Office Building, a new basketball practice facility and a complete renovation of the Murphy Athletic Complex on Memphis’s south campus. The eight-million dollar campaign is the largest fund raising effort in the history of Memphis athletics and should bring the Tiger athletic facilities on-line with Conference USA sister institutions. During the spring of 1999, Johnson negotiated one of the richest radio broadcast package in Tiger athletic history with WMCAM 790 in Memphis. The three-year agreement called for WMC to pay the University approximately $1.2 million for football and men's basketball rights. In his short tenure, Johnson has created the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll, the Tiger Clubs Board of Directors and the athletic director's Ambassador's Club. Johnson has conducted several meet-

ings with the Memphis Park Commission self, Johnson served as an assistant footto add a greater presence for the Tigers in ball coach at Mankato State University from Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium. Numerous 1968-74. He coached at Youngstown State signs appear in the Liberty Bowl indicating University during the 1967 and ’68 seathat the stadium is the “home of the Tigers.” sons. Prior to joining the staff at YoungAt Temple, Johnson was responsible for stown State, Johnson served as an assisdirecting a program with more than 500 stu- tant coach at Northern Iowa for two years dent-athletes in 20-men’s and women's in- (1965-67) and the University of Iowa tercollegiate sports, including nationally vis- (1963-65). ible programs in men’s basketball and footA native of Ottawa, Ill., Johnson has his ball. He was named Temple’s director of ath- bachelor’s degree in sociology from the letics on May 9, 1994, after a national University of Iowa and a master’s in physisearch. cal education from the University of NorthThe former Temple athletic director en- ern Iowa. joys a reputation for building private and He is a member of the Football Issues corporate support for intercollegiate athlet- Committee of the NCAA, the National Asics and for developing strong academic ser- sociation of College Directors of Athletics, vices for student-athletes. Highlights of his the Executive Committee of the Division Itenure at Temple include: the origination A Athletic Directors Association, the C-USA of a Student-Athlete Advisory Committee; Representative on the Board of Directors the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for stu- of the AFCA, and he serves on the Finance, dent-athletes; the reorganization of the Ath- Nominating, Planning, Football Scheduling, letic Department infrastructure; chairing the and Expansion & Bowl Committees for ConAtlantic 10 Conference Membership Com- ference USA. He is also a member of the mittee and representing the Big East Con- Shelby County Sports Authority. ference on the Gender-Equity Task Force. Johnson and his wife, Melba, have Johnson was hired at Temple after three children and three grandchildren. nearly six years as director of athletics at Miami (Ohio) University. During his tenure at Miami University, Johnson was responsible for numerous programs that enhanced the stature and image of the Ohio institution. A strong believer in a quality education for student-athletes, Johnson emphasized academic integrity and excellence during his time at Miami University. At the time he departed for Temple, Miami University had 15 student-athletes with a perfect 4.0 GPA, 62 student-athletes with a 3.50 or better GPA and 191 student-athletes with a 3.00 GPA or better. Before becoming athletic director at Miami University, Johnson was athletic director at Eastern Illinois from 1980-88. He was the associate athletic director at NorthU of M athletic director R.C. Johnson and his wife, Melba, visit Memern Iowa from 1974 to 1980. phis landmark Graceland, home of the late Elvis Prelsey. A former football coach him-

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS University Facts President: Dr. Shirley Raines

Founded: 1912 as West Tennessee State Normal School

Campus: 1,160 acres at four sites with more than 100 buildings

Enrollment: 20,000+

Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. All accreditable programs are accredited.

Divisions: College of Arts and Sciences, Fogelman College of Business and Economics, College of Communication and Fine Arts, College of Education, Herff College of Engineering, Loewenberg School of Nursing, University College, Graduate School, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, School of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology.

Worth Noting

offers master’s programs in 54 major areas. ✘ The University’s Ned R. McWherter Library, provides one of the most electronically up-to-date information repositories within hundreds of miles. Students are able to tap into information stored in libraries around the world. Library collections contain more than 13 million items, which include monographs, periodical volumes, federal and state documents, maps and manuscripts. ✘ The University of Memphis School of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology is not only one of the nation’s leading institutions of graduate education in the field, but also plays an important role in treating speech and language disorders in Memphis. ✘ Students at The University of Memphis come from almost every state and more than 80 foreign countries. ✘ Biomedical engineers in the University’s Herff College of Engineering are engaged in research that may lead to the discovery of new materials that can be used to replace diseased or damaged human blood vessels. ✘ The U of M provides state-of-the-art computing facilities for students and faculty use, including two Tiger LAN labs that never close. A total of 24 labs with more than 600 PC and Macintosh workstations and seven “smart” classrooms compliment the teaching and research activities of the University.

✘ The University of Memphis has five Centers of Excellence dedicated to scholarship and research in education, Egyptian art and archaeology, psychology, earthquake science and speech The modern Ned R. McWherter Library houses more than one million and hearing. books and is fully computerized. ✘ The University has 25 Chairs of Excellence, more than any other single campus in the state. The Chairs of Excellence are occupied by leading scholars in fields ranging from molecular biology and biomedical engineering to accountancy, nursing, law, art history and urban journals. ✘ The University of Memphis awards more than 100 doctoral degrees each year in 18 disciplines. In addition, the University

Notable Alumni Martin S. Belz (B.B.A., 1972) President, Belz Enterprises Isaac Bruce (1997) Wide Receiver for St. Louis Rams Keith Butler (B.S., 1989) Linebacker Coach for Cleveland Browns Dixie Carter (B.S., 1963) Television and stage actress Kelly Cash (1987) Miss America, 1987 Robert N. Clement (M.B.A., 1968) U.S. Congressman from Tennessee Bernice B. Donald (B.A., 1974; J.D., 1979) Judge, Federal District Court William B. Dunavant, Jr. (B.S., 1954) Chairman, Dunavant Enterprises John Dye (B.F.A., 1996) Star of CBS’s “Touched by an Angel” Linda Thompson Foster (B.B.A., 1973) Miss Tennessee, 1971 & television actress Dr. W.W. Herenton (M.A., 1966) Mayor, City of Memphis John S. Lang (B.S., 1964) Writer, Scripps-Howard News Service Bill (B.Ed., 1974) and Nancy Walton Laurie (B.B.A., 1973) Owners, NHL’s St. Louis Blues Craig Leake (B.S., 1966; M.A., 1969) Producer, CBS News Holly K. Lillard (B.S.M.E., 1979; J.D., 1982) Judge, Tennessee Court of Appeals R. Brad Martin (B.A., 1976) Chairman of the Board/CEO, Sak’s Inc. Angus McEachran (1963) Editor/President, The Commercial Appeal Vickie Roman Palmer (M.B.A., 1980) Vice President/Treasurer, Coca-Cola, Inc. Elliot Perry (B.B.A., 1991) Played for NBA’s Phoenix Suns Ann L. Pugh (J.D., 1975) Judge, Shelby County General Session’s Court Jim Rout (1962) Former Mayor, Shelby County William Sanderson (B.B.A., 1968; J.D. 1971) Movie & television actor Lynda Mead Shea (M.A., 1968) Miss America, 1960 Charles C. Thompson II (B.S., 1964) Author/Producer for CBS News Fred Thompson (B.S., 1964) U.S. Senator from Tennessee Pat Kerr Tigrett (B.F.A., 1963) International fashion designer Robert Wang (M.A., 1975) President, Wang’s International Tamika Whitmore (1999) Player for WNBA’s New York Liberty Dr. Albert C. Yates (B.S., 1965) President, Colorado State University

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS Ninety-one years ago, The University of The University of Memphis has the highest academic entrance requirements of any public, four-year institution in the Memphis began as a small state teacher’s state of Tennessee or the Mid-South. college. Today, The U of M is a major center for learning and research. The University of Memphis’ roots date back to 1912, when radio was young, motion pictures were silent and William Howard Taft was in the White House. Named West Tennessee State Normal School, the institution’s main purpose was to train and educate secondary-school teachers. It became West Tennessee State Teachers College in 1925. Answering the need for a comprehensive school in the Mid-South, WTSTC expanded its curriculum. In 1941, the school’s name changed to Memphis State College and in 1957, the college received university status and became Memphis State University. On July 1, 1994, the name was changed to The University of Memphis. The U of M now has some 20,000 students and a campus of Excellence and 25 Chairs of Excellence. The Tower. 1,160 acres on four different sites. The University is guided by the principles University has a full-time faculty of over 700. The main campus lies in the center of a While the University’s commitment to edusprawling metropolis and combines the con- of academic integrity, sound management venience of a large city with the atmosphere and equal opportunity. With instruction, ser- cation remains its primary focus, the campus of a residential neighborhood. South Cam- vice and research as interdependent goals, also offers a variety of organizations, clubs, pus, which was once a veteran’s hospital, is the University commits its resources to the honor societies and special-interest and serhome to the Billy J. Murphy Sports Complex social, cultural and economic welfare of the vice groups. There are many fraternities and and student family housing. Students and region through partnerships with public and sororities on campus as well as a number of faculty members can conduct environmen- private organizations. The University of Mem- other clubs. Theatrical and musical productal research at the Edward J. Meeman Bio- phis is accredited by the Commission on tions are performed on three stages at the logical Field Station, which encompasses Colleges of the Southern Association of Col- Communication and Fine Arts Building. The more than 600 acres of forest, wetlands and leges and Schools to award bachelor's, first University also has its own art museum. The Elma Neal Roane Field House and the professional, master’s, educational specialist's fields some 25 miles from the campus. Health and Physical Education and Recreand doctoral degrees. The University of Memphis offers bachelor’s ation Complex house a wide range of recreThe University of Memdegrees in 50 majors and 70 concentrations; ation facilities. Students can also participate phis offers bachelors master’s degrees in 50 majors and doctoral in a variety of intramural sports throughout degrees in 50 majors degrees in 18 disciplines; one specialist de- the academic year. Since early in this century, The University and 70 concentrations gree and one professional degree. The University is composed of six colleges, the Gradu- of Memphis has provided quality education through six colleges. ate School, the Cecil C. Humphreys School of for students as well as service to the commuLaw, the Loewenberg School of Nursing, and nity. The University continues to meet the The University of Memphis is in the midst the School of Audiology and Speech-Lan- challenges of becoming a national leader in of several major construction projects. The guage Pathology. The colleges are: the Col- scholarship and research. Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and lege of Arts and Sciences, the College of Resort Management, which includes an 82- Communication and Fine Arts, the Fogelman suite, on-campus hotel, opened in the fall of College of Business and Economics, the Col1912 West Tennessee State Normal School 2002. A new student plaza adjacent to the lege of Education, the Herff College of Engi1925 West Tennessee State Teachers College Administration building was recently com- neering and the University College. 1941 Memphis State College Reflecting its commitment to high-quality pleted. Construction is nearly completed on 1957 Memphis State University the FedEx Emerging Technology Complex as teaching and national prominence in research, 1994 The University of Memphis well as the John Wilder Student Services The University of Memphis has five Centers of

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UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION Dr. Shirley Raines President UT Martin, 1968

Dr. Shirley C. Raines became the 11th president of The University of Memphis on July 1, 2001. She had previously been vice chancellor for academic services and dean of the College of Education at the University of Kentucky in Lexington. She is the first woman to hold the presidency of the University, which was founded in 1912. She is also the first woman to be named president of a major public university in the Mid-South. Dr. Raines earned her doctorate in education from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, as well as her master of science degree. 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 and the Executive Education Program from University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. She is the author or co-author of 11 books and numerous journal articles, and is widely regarded as an expert in early childhood and teacher education. She is the past president of the Association for Childhood Education International, a 108-year-old education organization with members in 72 different nations. She serves on the selection committee for the National Teacher of the Year and has received honors for her leadership in teacher education, including a Phi Delta Kappa Chapter Award for Distinguished Service to Education, and two distinguished paper awards from the Eastern Educational Research Association. Before her appointment at UK, Dr. Raines was professor and department chair of Childhood/Language Arts/Reading at the Univer-

sity of South Florida in Tampa, and associate professor of education at George Mason University in Fairfax,Va., where she received the Distinguished Faculty Award. She also held higher education academic appointments at Northeastern State University in Oklahoma, North Carolina Wesleyan, and the University of Alabama. She was founder and director of the Child Care Center at Roane State Community College in Harriman, Tenn., and director of the Knox County Schools Head Start in Knoxville, Tenn. Early in her career, Dr. Raines was a teacher in Louisville, Ky., and Sellersberg, Ind. Dr. Raines is known for her effective work with legislators on public policy issues related to higher education, literacy projects, and community initiatives. Major themes of her higher education leadership have been interdisciplinary research; improving teaching, retention, and graduation rates; and building partnerships on and off the campus. Described in the Memphis Commercial Appeal as “powerful, prepared, and personable,” she is a much sought after speaker at conferences, schools, and civic organizations. A native of Bells, Tenn., about an hour’s drive east of Memphis, she is married to retired professor Dr. Robert J. Canady. In his retirement, Bob is a stained glass artist and a private pilot. Bob and Shirley are the parents of four adult children and three grandchildren.

U of M Presidents 1912-13

Dr. Seymour A. Mynders

1913-18

Dr. John Willard “J.W.” Brister

1918-24

Dr. Andrew A. Kincannon

1924-39

Dr. John Willard “J.W.” Brister

1939-43

Dr. Richard C. Jones

1943-46

Dr. Jennings B. Sanders

1946-48

Dr. J.M. Jack Smith

1949-50

Lamar Newport (acting)

1950-60

Dr. J.M. Jack Smith

1960-72

Dr. C.C. Humphreys

1972-73

Dr. John Richardson (interim)

1973-79

Dr. Billy M. Jones

1979-80

Dr. Jerry Boone (interim)

1980-91

Dr. Thomas Carpenter

1991-00

Dr. V. Lane Rawlins

2000-01

Dr. Ralph Faudree (interim)

2001-

Dr. Shirley C. Raines

Tennessee Board of Regents The University of Memphis is proud to be a member institution of the State University and Community College System of Tennessee, which is governed by the Tennessee Board of Regents. The system includes six universities, 14 two-year institutions, 12 community colleges and 26 area technology centers and was established by the General Assembly in 1972.

Dr. Raines and her husband, Dr. Robert Canady.

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UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION MEMPHIS HEAD COACHES ATHLETIC STAFF MEMPHIS ACADEMICS SUPPORT GROUPS THE PYRAMID MEMPHIS ATHLETIC FACILITIES MEMPHIS TRADITIONS


SERIES RECORDS ABILENE CHRISTIAN (2-0) 1954-55 ....................... hW ..................... 106-71 1968-69 ....................... hW ....................... 65-62 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-0

ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK (2-0) 1993-94 ....................... hW ....................... 85-66 2002-03 ....................... hW ....................... 73-49 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-0

ARKANSAS TEACHERS (0-2) 1923-24........................ aL ........................ 11-25 1939-40........................ hL ........................ 29-38 At Home: 0-1 On the Road: 0-1

ALABAMA (4-2) 1958-59 ....................... hW ....................... 59-58 1959-60 ....................... hW ....................... 63-37 1963-64 ....................... hW ..................... 108-75 1964-65 ....................... hW ....................... 83-73 1976-77 ....................... nL ......................... 63-80 2001-02 ....................... nL ......................... 70-81 At Home: 4-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 0-2

ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF (2-0) 1998-99 ....................... hW ....................... 86-42 2002-03 ....................... hW ....................... 78-54 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-0

ARKANSAS TECH (2-2) 1950-51........................ hW ...................... 48-46 1950-51........................ aL ........................ 50-52 1953-54........................ aL ........................ 67-83 1954-55........................ hW ........... 105-102 (OT) At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-2

ALABAMA A&M (1-0) 1999-00 ....................... hW ....................... 97-66 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 ALCORN STATE (2-0) 1986-87 ....................... hW ..................... 108-56 1987-88 ....................... hW ....................... 87-64 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-0 ARIZONA (3-2) 1952-53 ....................... hW ....................... 75-56 1955-56 ....................... aW ............... 98-92 (OT) 1956-57 ....................... hW ....................... 94-76 1964-65 ....................... aL ......................... 64-99 1965-66 ....................... hL ......................... 69-94 At Home: 2-1 On the Road: 1-1 ARIZONA STATE (1-2) 1969-70 ....................... nW ....................... 67-62 1992-93 ....................... nL ......................... 76-89 2002-03 ....................... nL ......................... 71-84 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 1-2 ARKANSAS (10-11) 1966-67 ....................... hW ....................... 43-36 1971-72 ....................... hW ....................... 92-77 1972-73 ....................... aW ....................... 87-86 1976-77 ....................... aW ....................... 69-62 1977-78 ....................... hL ......................... 70-95 1978-79 ....................... nL ......................... 69-82 1979-80 ....................... hW ....................... 74-67 1991-92 ....................... hW ....................... 92-88 1991-92 ....................... nW ....................... 82-80 1992-93 ....................... aL ......................... 76-81 1993-94 ....................... hL ......................... 78-96 1994-95 ....................... aL ......................... 87-88 1994-95 ....................... nL ................. 91-96 (OT) 1995-96 ....................... hW ....................... 94-72 1996-97 ....................... aL ......................... 63-79 1997-98 ....................... hL ......................... 72-75 1998-99 ....................... aL ......................... 74-99 1999-00 ....................... hW ....................... 76-71 2000-01 ....................... aL ......................... 68-74 2001-02 ....................... hL ......................... 73-90 2002-03 ....................... aW ....................... 72-67 At Home: 6-4 On the Road: 3-5 Neutral Site: 1-2 ARKANSAS COLLEGE (1-1) 1941-42 ....................... hW ....................... 51-32 1941-42 ....................... aL ......................... 47-73 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-1

ARKANSAS STATE (27-28) 1921-22 ....................... aL ......................... 18-31 1922-23 ....................... hW ....................... 32-15 1925-26 ....................... aL ......................... 31-33 1927-28 ....................... aL ......................... 30-34 1927-28 ....................... hW ....................... 34-30 1928-29 ....................... aL ......................... 23-34 1928-29 ....................... hW ....................... 50-22 1929-30 ....................... hW ....................... 22-15 1929-30 ....................... aL ......................... 21-26 1930-31 ....................... hW ....................... 39-12 1930-31 ....................... aW ....................... 45-21 1931-32 ....................... hL ........................ 17-24 1931-32 ....................... aL ......................... 38-40 1933-34 ....................... aL ......................... 27-32 1933-34 ....................... hL ........................ 30-32 1934-35 ....................... hW ....................... 32-31 1934-35 ....................... aL ......................... 23-51 1937-38 ....................... aL ......................... 25-41 1937-38 ....................... hL ........................ 20-39 1938-39 ....................... aL ......................... 32-38 1938-39 ....................... hW ....................... 53-45 1939-40 ....................... aL ......................... 44-45 1939-40 ....................... hL ........................ 41-46 1944-45 ....................... aW ....................... 44-25 1944-45 ....................... hW ....................... 41-30 1945-46 ....................... aL ......................... 43-56 1945-46 ....................... hL ........................ 37-46 1946-47 ....................... aL ......................... 37-52 1946-47 ....................... hW ....................... 62-50 1946-47 ....................... hL ................ 56-58 (OT) 1947-48 ....................... hL ........................ 50-53 1947-48 ....................... aL ......................... 56-61 1948-49 ....................... aW ....................... 59-55 1948-49 ....................... hL ........................ 52-61 1949-50 ....................... hW ....................... 54-49 1949-50 ....................... aL ......................... 51-52 1953-54 ....................... aL ......................... 67-83 1953-54 ....................... hW ....................... 87-77 1954-55 ....................... hW ..................... 104-79 1954-55 ....................... aW ....................... 86-71 1955-56 ....................... aW ....................... 74-64 1955-56 ....................... hW ....................... 97-67 1956-57 ....................... hW ....................... 88-68 1956-57 ....................... aW ....................... 97-75 1979-80 ....................... hW ....................... 54-51 1980-81 ....................... hW ....................... 77-66 1984-85 ....................... hW ....................... 79-62 1985-86 ....................... hW ....................... 87-64 1986-87 ....................... hL ........................ 60-61 1987-88 ....................... aW ....................... 60-59 1987-88 ....................... hL ........................ 47-48 1990-91 ....................... hL ........................ 57-58 1998-99 ....................... hW ....................... 83-66 1999-00 ....................... aL ......................... 72-84 2000-01 ....................... hW ....................... 83-60 At Home: 20-11 On the Road: 7-17

ARMY (1-0) 1977-78........................ nW ...................... 77-76 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 AUBURN (0-1) 1952-53........................ hL ........................ 64-78 At Home: 0-1 On the Road: 0-0 AUSTIN PEAY (11-4) 1936-37........................ hW ...................... 43-31 1947-48........................ hW ...................... 56-48 1947-48........................ aL ........................ 48-41 1948-49........................ hW ...................... 71-65 1948-49........................ aL ........................ 62-63 1949-50........................ hW ...................... 68-63 1949-50........................ aW....................... 71-62 1950-51........................ hW ...................... 75-53 1950-51........................ aW....................... 62-55 1951-52........................ hW ...................... 74-52 1951-52........................ aL ............... 60-62 (2OT) 1979-80........................ hW ...................... 85-73 1986-87........................ hW ...................... 82-67 2001-02........................ hW ..................... 109-68 2002-03........................ hL ................. 81-80 (OT) At Home: 9-1 On the Road: 2-3 BALL STATE (5-0) 1981-82........................ hW 1982-83........................ hW 1985-86........................ nW 1989-90........................ nW 1997-98........................ hW At Home: 3-0 Neutral Site: 2-0 BALTIMORE (3-0) 1951-52........................ nW 1981-82........................ hW 1982-83........................ hW At Home: 3-0

...................... 75-64 ..................... 104-81 ...................... 95-63 ............... 76-73 (OT) ...................... 90-67 On the Road: 0-0

...................... 60-39 ...................... 84-62 ..................... 103-57 On the Road: 0-0

BAYLOR (6-1) 1953-54........................ hW ...................... 71-64 1959-60........................ hW ...................... 71-56 1960-61........................ aW....................... 84-58 1961-62........................ hW ...................... 59-47 1976-77........................ hW ...................... 80-73 1977-78........................ aL ....................... 87-106 1987-88........................ nW ...................... 75-60 At Home: 4-0 On the Road: 1-1 BENEDICTINE (1-0) 1975-76........................ hW ...................... 84-69 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 BETHEL COLLEGE (13-2) 1925-26........................ hW ...................... 41-16 1927-28........................ aL ........................ 24-30 1929-30........................ aW....................... 37-24

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SERIES RECORDS 1929-30 ....................... hW ....................... 48-34 1930-31 ....................... aW ....................... 36-18 1930-31 ....................... hW ....................... 59-19 1930-31 ....................... hW ....................... 35-33 1931-32 ....................... hW ....................... 41-12 1931-32 ....................... aW ....................... 33-23 1932-33 ....................... hW ....................... 39-29 1932-33 ....................... aL ......................... 30-39 1933-34 ....................... hW ....................... 47-31 1933-34 ....................... aW ............... 43-39 (OT) 1951-52 ....................... aW ....................... 82-55 1951-52 ....................... hW ....................... 65-31 At Home: 8-0 On the Road: 5-2 BIRMINGHAM SOUTHERN (3-0) 1947-48 ....................... hW ....................... 40-39 1947-48 ....................... aW ....................... 71-51 1958-59 ....................... hW ....................... 85-33 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 1-0 BOSTON COLLEGE (1-1) 1984-85 ....................... nW ....................... 59-57 1990-91 ....................... aL ......................... 78-82 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-1 Neutral Site: 1-0 BRADLEY (9-9) 1956-57 ....................... nL ......................... 83-84 1967-68 ....................... aL ......................... 52-80 1967-68 ....................... hL ......................... 69-92 1968-69 ....................... hL ......................... 67-68 1968-69 ....................... aL ......................... 62-88 1969-70 ....................... aL ......................... 59-74 1969-70 ....................... hL ......................... 75-91 1970-71 ....................... hW ..................... 102-87 1970-71 ....................... aW ....................... 74-70 1971-72 ....................... aL ......................... 79-95 1971-72 ....................... hW ....................... 70-59 1972-73 ....................... aW ....................... 76-74 1972-73 ....................... hW ....................... 79-64 1973-74 ....................... hW ............... 88-76 (OT) 1973-74 ....................... aL ......................... 81-94 1986-87 ....................... aW ....................... 82-74 1987-88 ....................... hW ............ 113-108 (OT) 1988-89 ....................... hW ....................... 84-77 At Home: 6-3 On the Road: 3-5 Neutral Site: 0-1 BRANDEIS (Mass.) (1-0) 1976-77 ....................... hW ....................... 97-87 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 BYU (3-1) 1960-61 ....................... aW ....................... 75-72 1962-63 ....................... hW ....................... 99-76 1992-93 ....................... nL ................. 67-73 (OT) 2001-02 ....................... hW ....................... 80-69 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 1-0 Netural Site: 0-1 BROWN UNIVERSITY (3-0) 1968-69 ....................... hW 1974-75 ....................... hW 1981-82 ....................... hW At Home: 3-0

....................... 70-52 ....................... 85-83 ..................... 106-96 On the Road: 0-0

BUFFALO STATE (1-0) 1974-75 ....................... hW ..................... 138-92 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0

CAL POLY (1-0) 1975-76 ....................... hW ....................... 97-66 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0

1948-49........................ aL ........................ 71-74 1948-49........................ hW ...................... 52-42 1949-50........................ hW ...................... 61-49 1950-51........................ aW....................... 58-54 1952-53........................ hW ..................... 118-71 1958-59........................ hW ..................... 105-56 1994-95........................ hW ...................... 82-76 1995-96........................ aW....................... 63-55 At Home: 6-0 On the Road: 2-0

UC-SANTA BARBARA (3-1) 1970-71 ....................... aL ......................... 81-85 1972-73 ....................... hW ....................... 80-74 1974-75 ....................... hW ....................... 74-62 1975-76 ....................... aW ....................... 85-82 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 1-1

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS (4-0) 1920-21........................ hW 1920-21........................ hW 2000-01........................ hW 2001-02........................ hW At Home: 4-0

CANISIUS (0-2) 1962-63 ....................... nL ........................ 67-76 1965-66 ....................... nL ........................ 89-92 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 0-2

CINCINNATI (27-34) 1967-68........................ hL ........................ 68-75 1967-68........................ aL ........................ 63-72 1968-69........................ aL ........................ 53-62 1968-69........................ hL ........................ 47-69 1969-70........................ hL ........................ 69-78 1969-70........................ aL ........................ 63-77 1975-76........................ hW ...................... 85-79 1975-76........................ nL ....................... 95-103 1976-77........................ aL ........................ 82-88 1976-77........................ htL ....................... 67-68 1977-78........................ hW ...................... 67-63 1977-78........................ aW....................... 83-76 1978-79........................ hL ........................ 61-63 1978-79........................ aL ........................ 79-87 1979-80........................ aL ........................ 64-74 1979-80........................ hW ...................... 61-59 1980-81........................ aW.............. 99-85 (4OT) 1980-81........................ hL ........................ 62-65 1981-82........................ hW ..................... 107-75 1981-82........................ aW....................... 70-63 1982-83........................ aW....................... 80-63 1982-83........................ hW ...................... 84-77 1983-84........................ aW....................... 85-62 1983-84........................ hW ...................... 56-44 1984-85........................ hW ...................... 81-61 1984-85........................ aW....................... 68-55 1985-86........................ aW....................... 89-71 1985-86........................ hW ...................... 74-55 1986-87........................ hW ...................... 83-63 1986-87........................ aL ........................ 73-76 1986-87........................ nW ...................... 87-58 1987-88........................ hW ............... 75-70 (OT) 1987-88........................ aL ....................... 90-106 1988-89........................ aL ........................ 79-89 1988-89........................ hW ...................... 81-71 1989-90........................ hW ...................... 82-64 1989-90........................ aL ........................ 76-82 1990-91........................ aL ........................ 59-73 1990-91........................ hW ...................... 70-63 1991-92........................ aL ........................ 66-75 1991-92........................ hL ........................ 59-69 1991-92........................ nL ........................ 63-75 1991-92........................ nL ........................ 57-88 1992-93........................ hW ...................... 68-66 1992-93........................ aL ........................ 55-78 1992-93........................ hL ........................ 72-77 1993-94........................ hW ...................... 62-55 1993-94........................ aL ........................ 64-69 1993-94........................ aL ........................ 47-68 1994-95........................ hW ............... 74-69 (OT) 1994-95........................ aW....................... 83-73 1994-95........................ nL ........................ 64-77 1995-96........................ aL ........................ 66-71

CALIFORNIA-DAVIS (3-0) 1960-61 ....................... hW 1979-71 ....................... hW 1973-74 ....................... hW At Home: 3-0

..................... 118-52 ....................... 99-79 ..................... 105-61 On the Road: 0-0

CARUTHERSVILLE JC (Mo.) (2-4) 1929-30 ....................... aW ....................... 38-31 1930-31 ....................... hW ....................... 35-20 1930-31 ....................... aL ......................... 28-30 1931-32 ....................... hL ........................ 26-30 1931-32 ....................... aL ......................... 24-28 1931-32 ....................... hL ........................ 36-45 At Home: 1-2 On the Road: 1-2 CENTENARY (7-5) 1952-53 ....................... aL ......................... 78-86 1952-53 ....................... hW ....................... 72-62 1953-54 ....................... aL ......................... 70-80 1953-54 ....................... aW ....................... 65-57 1954-55 ....................... hW ....................... 95-82 1954-55 ....................... aL ......................... 68-70 1955-56 ....................... hW ..................... 101-82 1955-56 ....................... aL ................. 80-84 (OT) 1956-57 ....................... aL ......................... 78-90 1958-59 ....................... hW ....................... 82-62 1962-63 ....................... hW ....................... 90-85 1962-63 ....................... aW ....................... 90-79 At Home: 5-0 On the Road: 2-5 CHAMINADE (3-0) 1988-89 ....................... nW 1992-93 ....................... nW 1999-00 ....................... nW At Home: 0-0 Neutral Site: 3-0

....................... 88-44 ....................... 64-56 ....................... 83-65 On the Road: 0-0

CHARLOTTE (5-5) 1985-86 ....................... nW ..................... 106-82 1995-96 ....................... hW ....................... 57-55 1995-96 ....................... aW ....................... 68-55 1996-97 ....................... aL ......................... 71-65 1996-97 ....................... hL ........................ 76-70 1997-98 ....................... hW ....................... 73-70 1998-99 ....................... aL ......................... 77-82 1999-00 ....................... hW ....................... 78-67 2000-01 ....................... aL ......................... 76-83 2001-02 ....................... aL ......................... 63-75 At Home: 3-1 On the Road: 1-4 Neutral Site: 1-0 CHATTANOOGA(UT-Chattanooga)(8-2) 1946-47 ....................... hW ....................... 40-30 1947-48 ....................... aL ......................... 63-64

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...................... 21-12 ...................... 16-15 ...................... 98-54 ...................... 86-54 On the Road: 0-0


SERIES RECORDS 1996-97 ....................... hW ....................... 75-63 1997-98 ....................... aL ......................... 54-61 1998-99 ....................... hL ......................... 64-89 1999-00 ....................... aL ......................... 55-75 2000-01 ....................... hL ......................... 65-66 2000-01 ....................... nL ......................... 79-89 2001-02 ....................... aL ................. 75-80 (OT) 2002-03 ....................... hW ....................... 67-48 At Home: 18-10 On the Road: 8-19 Neutral Site: 1-5 THECITADEL(3-2) 1957-58 ....................... hW ....................... 70-63 1957-58 ....................... aL ......................... 54-62 1961-62 ....................... hW ....................... 86-72 1962-63 ....................... aW ....................... 72-63 1968-69 ....................... aL ......................... 73-76 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 1-2 COLUMBIA (1-0) 1970-71 ....................... nW ....................... 93-62 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 1-0 CONNECTICUT STATE (0-1) 1949-50 ....................... nL ......................... 50-60 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 0-1 COPIAH-LINCOLN (Miss.) (1-0) 1931-32 ....................... hW ....................... 19-14 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 CORNELL (1-0) 1972-73 ....................... hW ....................... 96-64 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 CREIGHTON (3-3) 1961-62 ....................... nL ......................... 83-87 1962-63 ....................... hL ......................... 70-95 1963-64 ....................... aW ....................... 87-86 1964-65 ....................... hW ....................... 72-66 1965-66 ....................... aL ....................... 82-115 1966-67 ....................... hW ....................... 74-66 At Home: 2-1 On the Road: 1-1 Neutral Site: 0-1 CUMBERLAND JC (1-0) 1928-29 ....................... hW ....................... 40-27 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 DARTMOUTH (1-1) 1969-70 ....................... hL ......................... 74-77 1988-89 ....................... hW ....................... 79-75 At Home: 1-1 On the Road: 0-0 DAVID LIPSCOMB (4-1) 1932-33 ....................... hW ....................... 53-23 1933-34 ....................... aW ....................... 34-24 1933-34 ....................... hW ....................... 26-22 1934-35 ....................... hW ....................... 33-26 1934-35 ....................... aL ............................. NA At Home: 3-0 On the Road: 1-1 DAVIDSON (0-1) 1967-68 ....................... nL ......................... 44-51 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 0-1 DAYTON (7-12) 1953-54 ....................... hL ......................... 59-66

1954-55 ....................... aL ......................... 69-88 1955-56 ....................... aL ......................... 71-85 1959-60 ....................... aL ......................... 52-58 1960-61 ....................... hL ........................ 77-96 1961-62 ....................... aL ......................... 67-78 1962-63 ....................... hW ....................... 61-59 1963-64 ....................... aL ......................... 73-83 1964-65 ....................... hW ....................... 77-71 1965-66 ....................... aL ......................... 77-90 1966-67 ....................... hL ........................ 56-81 1976-77 ....................... hW ....................... 81-67 1977-78 ....................... aL ......................... 83-85 1978-79 ....................... hL ........................ 73-75 1979-80 ....................... aL ......................... 64-82 1993-94 ....................... aW ....................... 94-78 1993-94 ....................... hW ....................... 84-71 1994-95 ....................... aW ....................... 68-61 1994-95 ....................... hW ....................... 87-60 At Home: 5-4 On the Road: 2-8 DELTA STATE (17-20) 1927-28 ....................... aW ......................... 62-6 1929-30 ....................... aW ....................... 42-25 1930-31 ....................... aW ....................... 28-20 1930-31 ....................... hW ....................... 31-16 1931-32 ....................... aL ......................... 31-42 1931-32 ....................... hW ....................... 32-19 1932-33 ....................... aW ....................... 39-27 1932-33 ....................... hL ........................ 30-37 1932-33 ....................... hL ........................ 34-40 1934-35 ....................... aW ....................... 41-40 1934-35 ....................... hL ........................ 31-35 1935-36 ....................... hW ....................... 29-26 1936-37 ....................... hL ........................ 24-28 1936-37 ....................... aW ....................... 41-40 1937-38 ....................... aL ......................... 36-64 1937-38 ....................... hL ........................ 34-69 1938-39 ....................... hL ........................ 53-58 1938-39 ....................... aL ......................... 42-69 1939-40 ....................... aL ......................... 29-50 1939-40 ....................... hW ....................... 38-37 1940-41 ....................... hL ........................ 25-37 1940-41 ....................... aL ......................... 26-58 1941-42 ....................... aL ......................... 24-43 1941-42 ....................... hL ........................ 29-42 1945-46 ....................... hW ........................... NA 1946-47 ....................... aL ......................... 35-76 1946-47 ....................... hL ........................ 46-49 1947-48 ....................... hL ........................ 32-52 1948-49 ....................... hW ....................... 48-44 1948-49 ....................... aL ......................... 58-80 1949-50 ....................... aL ......................... 66-75 1949-50 ....................... hL ........................ 58-67 1950-51 ....................... hW ....................... 81-49 1950-51 ....................... aW ....................... 58-53 1980-81 ....................... hW ....................... 87-58 1982-83 ....................... hW ..................... 100-62 1984-85 ....................... hW ....................... 73-61 At Home: 10-11 On the Road: 7-9 DePAUL (13-11) 1956-57 ....................... hW ....................... 85-81 1963-64 ....................... hW ....................... 98-67 1964-65 ....................... aL ......................... 70-99 1975-76 ....................... nL ...................... 91-100 1988-89 ....................... nL ........................ 63-66 1991-92 ....................... hL ................ 89-92 (OT) 1991-92 ....................... aL ......................... 80-88 1991-92 ....................... nW ....................... 95-75 1992-93 ....................... aW .............. 95-93 (2OT) 1992-93 ....................... hW ....................... 79-57

1993-94........................ hL ........................ 61-69 1993-94........................ aL ........................ 53-65 1994-95........................ aW....................... 77-69 1994-95........................ hW ...................... 76-64 1995-96........................ hW ...................... 74-55 1995-96........................ aW................ 83-82 (OT) 1995-96........................ hW ...................... 92-69 1996-97........................ aW....................... 51-49 1997-98........................ hL ............. 100-98 (2OT) 1998-99........................ aL ........................ 75-81 1999-00........................ hL ........................ 65-71 1999-00........................ htL ....................... 76-80 2000-01........................ aW....................... 72-68 2001-02........................ hW ...................... 88-61 At Home: 7-5 On the Road: 5-4 Neutral Site: 1-2 DETROIT (3-1) 1983-84........................ hW ...................... 90-65 1984-85........................ aL ........................ 66-71 1996-97........................ hW ...................... 64-55 2000-01........................ nW ...................... 86-71 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-1 Neutral Site: 1-0 DRAKE (6-11) 1965-66........................ nL ........................ 65-80 1967-68........................ hL ................. 75-76 (OT) 1967-68........................ aL ........................ 61-89 1968-69........................ hL ........................ 71-73 1968-69........................ aL ........................ 72-85 1969-70........................ aL ........................ 62-72 1969-70........................ hL ........................ 76-82 1970-71........................ aL ........................ 70-83 1970-71........................ hW ...................... 73-72 1971-72........................ aW....................... 81-70 1971-72........................ hW ...................... 70-69 1972-73........................ aW.............. 97-92 (2OT) 1972-73........................ hW ...................... 73-68 1973-74........................ hL ........................ 80-91 1973-74........................ aL ........................ 86-95 1976-77........................ hW ...................... 79-74 1978-79........................ aL ....................... 91-109 At Home: 4-4 On the Road: 2-6 Neutral Site: 0-1 DREXEL (0-1) 1995-96........................ nL ........................ 63-75 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 0-1 DUQUESNE (0-2) 1964-65........................ hL ........................ 87-93 1965-66........................ aL ........................ 79-92 At Home: 0-1 On the Road: 0-1 EAST CAROLINA (1-0) 2002-03........................ hW ...................... 73-49 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 EAST TENNESSEE STATE (3-3) 1952-53........................ hL ........................ 71-75 1953-54........................ aW....................... 71-68 1981-82........................ aL ........................ 62-67 1981-82........................ hW ...................... 91-74 1982-83........................ hW ...................... 80-62 1990-91........................ hL ............. 102-105 (OT) At Home: 2-2 On the Road: 1-1

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SERIES RECORDS EAST TEXAS STATE (2-0) 1973-74 ....................... hW ....................... 99-76 1974-75 ....................... hW ..................... 100-89 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-0 EASTERN KENTUCKY (3-0) 1982-83 ....................... hW 1983-84 ....................... hW 2001-02 ....................... hW At Home: 3-0

....................... 80-65 ....................... 82-50 ..................... 111-74 On the Road: 0-0

EASTERN MICHIGAN (1-0) 1978-79 ....................... hW ....................... 86-58 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 EASTERN MONTANA (1-0) 1979-80 ....................... hW ....................... 96-65 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 EASTERN OREGON (1-0) 1951-52 ....................... aW ....................... 79-63 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-1 EASTERN WASHINGTON (1-0) 1951-52 ....................... aW ....................... 67-53 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-1 FLORIDA (0-1) 1976-77 ....................... nL ......................... 83-84 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 0-1 FLORIDA A&M (2-0) 1994-95 ....................... hW ..................... 119-54 1995-96 ....................... hW ....................... 80-50 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-0 FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL (1-0) 1993-94 ....................... hW ....................... 86-69 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 FLORIDA STATE (31-22) 1952-53 ....................... hW ....................... 87-73 1957-58 ....................... hW ....................... 59-56 1957-58 ....................... aW ....................... 68-51 1958-59 ....................... aW ....................... 75-72 1958-59 ....................... hW ....................... 93-69 1959-60 ....................... hW ....................... 86-71 1959-60 ....................... aW ....................... 83-67 1963-64 ....................... aL ......................... 90-91 1963-64 ....................... hW ....................... 83-71 1964-65 ....................... aL ......................... 61-74 1964-65 ....................... hL ......................... 70-81 1965-66 ....................... aL ......................... 63-67 1965-66 ....................... hW ....................... 81-66 1966-67 ....................... hW ....................... 46-42 1966-67 ....................... aL ......................... 51-55 1973-74 ....................... aL ......................... 80-88 1974-75 ....................... hW ....................... 70-69 1975-76 ....................... aL ....................... 79-100 1976-77 ....................... hW ....................... 81-75 1977-78 ....................... hL ......................... 89-95 1977-78 ....................... aL ......................... 82-89 1978-79 ....................... hL ................. 86-93 (OT) 1978-79 ....................... aL ......................... 87-90 1978-79 ....................... hL ......................... 34-35 1979-80 ....................... hL ......................... 69-74 1979-80 ....................... aL ......................... 54-55 1980-81 ....................... aL ......................... 66-84 1980-81 ....................... hL ......................... 78-80 1981-82 ....................... hW ....................... 90-63

1981-82 ....................... aW ....................... 62-60 1982-83 ....................... aL ......................... 72-74 1982-83 ....................... hW ....................... 94-67 1982-83 ....................... nW ....................... 84-74 1983-84 ....................... aW ....................... 73-69 1983-84 ....................... hW ....................... 75-67 1983-84 ....................... hW ....................... 65-63 1984-85 ....................... aW ....................... 74-69 1984-85 ....................... hW ....................... 70-68 1984-85 ....................... nW ............... 90-86 (OT) 1985-86 ....................... hW ....................... 99-73 1985-86 ....................... aL ......................... 80-82 1985-86 ....................... nW ....................... 73-71 1986-87 ....................... hW ....................... 76-68 1986-87 ....................... aL ......................... 89-98 1987-88 ....................... aL ......................... 85-92 1987-88 ....................... hW ....................... 81-76 1987-88 ....................... hW ....................... 81-74 1988-89 ....................... aW ....................... 99-82 1988-89 ....................... hW ....................... 89-78 1989-90 ....................... aL ......................... 72-78 1989-90 ....................... hW ....................... 81-69 1990-91 ....................... hW ....................... 67-66 1990-91 ....................... aL ......................... 64-76 At Home: 21-6 On the Road: 7-16 Neutral Site: 3-0 FORDHAM (1-1) 1962-63 ....................... nW ....................... 70-49 1964-65 ....................... hL ........................ 71-73 At Home: 0-1 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 1-0 FREED-HARDEMAN (4-6) 1930-31 ....................... aW ....................... 35-21 1930-31 ....................... hW ....................... 67-20 1931-32 ....................... aL ......................... 12-40 1931-32 ....................... hW ....................... 43-29 1932-33 ....................... aL ......................... 27-39 1932-33 ....................... hW ....................... 36-27 1933-34 ....................... aL ......................... 26-39 1933-34 ....................... hL ........................ 19-29 1934-35 ....................... hL ........................ 17-40 1934-35 ....................... aL ......................... 27-59 At Home: 3-2 On the Road: 1-4 FRESNO STATE (2-1) 1985-86 ....................... nW ....................... 80-46 1985-86 ....................... nW ....................... 57-46 1997-98 ....................... aL ......................... 80-83 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-1 Neutral Site: 2-0 FURMAN (1-0) 1968-69 ....................... aW ....................... 79-69 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 1-0 GEORGETOWN (1-6) 1982-83 ....................... nW ....................... 66-57 1993-94 ....................... hL ........................ 78-94 1994-95 ....................... nL ................ 80-83 (OT) 1995-96 ....................... aL ......................... 60-81 1996-97 ....................... hL ........................ 65-74 1997-98 ....................... aL ......................... 69-73 1999-00 ....................... nL ........................ 55-71 At Home: 0-2 On the Road: 0-2 Neutral Site: 1-2

GEORGIA (1-1) 1986-87........................ nW ...................... 82-71 1996-97........................ nL ........................ 68-70 At Home: 0-0 ................. On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 1-1 GEORGIA STATE (7-0) 1974-75........................ hW 1977-78........................ hW 1986-87........................ nW 1992-93........................ hW 1993-94........................ hW 1994-95........................ hW 1995-96........................ hW At Home: 7-0

..................... 102-76 ..................... 111-87 ...................... 79-70 ...................... 97-76 ...................... 66-55 ..................... 124-52 ...................... 89-69 On the Road: 0-0

GEORGIA TECH (3-3) 1976-77........................ aL ........................ 82-89 1977-78........................ aW....................... 65-62 1977-78........................ hW ...................... 61-59 1978-79........................ hL ............... 84-89 (2OT) 1978-79........................ aL ........................ 63-79 1991-92........................ nW ............... 83-79 (OT) At Home: 1-1 On the Road: 1-2 Neutral Site: 1-0 GEORGE WASHINGTON (0-1) 1994-95........................ nL ........................ 61-69 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 0-1 GONZAGA (0-1) 1998-99........................ hL ........................ 73-88 At Home: 0-1 On the Road: 0-0 GRAMBLING (2-0) 1988-89........................ hW ...................... 84-63 1999-00........................ HW ...................... 98-59 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-0 HALL-MOODY INSTITUTE (1-2) 1924-25........................ aW....................... 32-28 1926-27........................ hL ........................ 29-33 1926-27........................ aL ........................ 21-53 At Home: 0-1 On the Road: 1-1 HARDIN-SIMMONS (3-0) 1955-56........................ hW ..................... 102-52 1955-56........................ aW....................... 75-73 1958-59........................ hW ...................... 74-42 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 1-0 HARTWICK (N.Y.) COLLEGE (1-0) 1952-53........................ aW....................... 93-67 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 1-0 HAWAII (2-3) 1951-52........................ aL ............... 61-68 (2OT) 1962-63........................ hW ...................... 96-60 1973-74........................ aW....................... 73-69 1973-74........................ aL ....................... 85-117 1996-97........................ aL ........................ 60-67 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 1-3 HAWAII-LOA (1-0) 1985-86........................ aW....................... 96-52 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 1-0 HEIDELBERG (Ohio) (1-0) 1978-79........................ hW ..................... 106-75 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0

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SERIES RECORDS HENDRIX COLLEGE (2-1) 1922-23 ....................... hW ............... 27-24 (OT) 1923-24 ....................... hW ....................... 23-18 1923-24 ....................... aL ......................... 19-29 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-1 HOLY CROSS (0-1) 1960-61 ....................... nL ......................... 69-81 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 0-1 HOUSTON (12-9) 1956-57 ....................... aW ....................... 82-78 1956-57 ....................... hW ....................... 96-86 1982-83 ....................... nL ......................... 63-70 1983-84 ....................... nL ......................... 71-78 1994-95 ....................... hW ....................... 96-77 1995-96 ....................... aL ......................... 67-69 1996-97 ....................... aL ................. 67-72 (OT) 1996-97 ....................... hW ....................... 85-72 1997-98 ....................... aW ....................... 76-63 1997-98 ....................... hW ....................... 89-76 1998-99 ....................... aL ......................... 81-83 1998-99 ....................... hL ......................... 78-79 1999-00 ....................... hL ......................... 89-98 1999-00 ....................... aW ....................... 84-81 2000-01 ....................... aW ....................... 86-78 2000-01 ....................... hW ....................... 72-68 2001-02 ....................... aW ....................... 84-66 2001-02 ....................... hL ......................... 73-76 2001-02 ....................... nL ......................... 74-80 2002-03 ....................... hW ....................... 77-66 2002-03 ....................... aW ....................... 71-56 At Home: 6-3 On the Road: 6-3 Neutral Site: 0-3 HOWARD (1-0) 2000-01 ....................... hW ..................... 112-42 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 IDAHO (1-1) 1951-52 ....................... aL ......................... 48-51 1997-98 ....................... hW ....................... 72-58 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-1 ILLINOIS (1-3) 1989-90 ....................... aL .......................... 7-73 1990-91 ....................... hL ......................... 75-84 1994-95 ....................... aL ......................... 76-86 2002-03 ....................... hW ....................... 77-74 At Home: 1-1 On the Road: 0-2 ILLINOIS COLLEGE (1-0) 1975-76 ....................... hW ..................... 100-76 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 ILLINOIS STATE (1-0) 1988-89 ....................... nW ....................... 68-45 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 1-0 INDIANA (0-1) 1964-65 ....................... hL ......................... 68-91 At Home: 0-1 On the Road: 0-0 INDIANA STATE (2-0) 1970-71 ....................... hW ....................... 81-77 1981-82 ....................... hW ..................... 101-89 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-0

IONA (2-0) 1982-83 ....................... aW ....................... 94-88 1984-85 ....................... hW ....................... 76-62 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 1-0 IOWA (0-2) 1983-84 ....................... nL ........................ 66-73 2001-02 ....................... nL ........................ 71-75 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 0-2 JACKSON STATE (10-1) 1987-88 ....................... hW ....................... 78-56 1989-90 ....................... hW ....................... 96-73 1991-92 ....................... hW ....................... 87-73 1992-93 ....................... hW ....................... 81-78 1993-94 ....................... hL ........................ 74-79 1994-95 ....................... hW ....................... 94-59 1995-96 ....................... hW ....................... 90-67 1996-97 ....................... hW ....................... 65-58 1997-98 ....................... hW ....................... 73-65 1998-99 ....................... hW ....................... 73-65 1999-00 ....................... hW ....................... 79-74 At Home: 10-1 On the Road: 0-0 JACKSONVILLE (Fla.) (4-1) 1965-66 ....................... hW ....................... 84-61 1966-67 ....................... aW ............... 63-58 (OT) 1966-67 ....................... hW ....................... 62-39 1977-78 ....................... hW ....................... 79-77 1978-79 ....................... aL ......................... 87-91 At Home: 3-0 On the Road: 1-1 JACKSONVILLE (Ala.) STATE (1-1) 1936-37 ....................... hW ....................... 39-25 1938-39 ....................... hL ........................ 43-47 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-1 JONESBORO COLLEGE (9-0) 1925-26 ....................... hW 1925-26 ....................... hW 1926-27 ....................... hW 1926-27 ....................... aW 1927-28 ....................... aW 1927-28 ....................... hW 1928-29 ....................... aW 1928-29 ....................... hW 1928-29 ....................... nW At Home: 5-0 Neutral Site: 1-0

....................... 22-13 ......................... 14-5 ....................... 33-13 ....................... 33-20 ....................... 38-31 ....................... 32-17 ....................... 43-14 ....................... 42-25 ....................... 32-27 On the Road: 3-0

KANSAS (2-3) 1980-81 ....................... hL ........................ 49-59 1982-83 ....................... aW ....................... 64-58 1984-85 ....................... aL ......................... 71-75 1985-86 ....................... hW ............... 83-80 (OT) 1987-88 ....................... nL ........................ 62-64 At Home: 1-1 On the Road: 1-1 Neutral Site: 0-1 KANSAS STATE (2-1) 1972-73 ....................... nW ....................... 92-72 1999-00 ....................... aL ......................... 61-62 2000-01 ....................... hW ....................... 81-58 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-1 Neutral Site: 1-0

KENT STATE (3-0) 1982-83........................ hW ...................... 72-59 1984-85........................ aW....................... 74-57 1985-86........................ hW ...................... 83-69 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 1-0 KENTUCKY WESLEYAN (1-0) 1978-79........................ hW ...................... 95-74 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 LASALLE (1-1) 1974-75........................ hL ........................ 84-93 1975-76........................ aW....................... 81-77 At Home: 0-1 On the Road: 1-0 LAMAR (1-1) 1959-60........................ hW ...................... 67-45 1968-69........................ hL ........................ 68-82 At Home: 1-1 On the Road: 0-0 LAMBUTH COLLEGE (17-6) 1925-26........................ hL ........................ 21-26 1925-26........................ aW....................... 44-25 1926-27........................ hW ...................... 42-20 1926-27........................ aW....................... 39-24 1927-28........................ hW ...................... 36-26 1927-28........................ aL ........................ 30-43 1927-28........................ nW ...................... 40-24 1929-30........................ aW....................... 24-19 1929-30........................ hW ...................... 33-28 1929-30........................ hW ...................... 44-30 1930-31........................ hW ...................... 51-23 1930-31........................ aW....................... 46-20 1931-32........................ hW ...................... 41-28 1931-32........................ aW....................... 48-18 1932-33........................ hW ...................... 42-26 1932-33........................ aW....................... 34-30 1933-34........................ hL ........................ 30-41 1933-34........................ aL ........................ 19-41 1934-35........................ hL ........................ 22-42 1934-35........................ hL ........................ 28-41 1951-52........................ aW....................... 66-57 1952-53........................ aW....................... 91-81 1953-54........................ hW ...................... 86-59 At Home: 8-4 On the Road: 8-2 Neutral Site: 1-0 LONG BEACH STATE (1-1) 1993-94........................ aL ........................ 58-80 1994-95........................ hW ...................... 82-73 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-1 LOUISIANA COLLEGE (1-0) 1960-61........................ hW ...................... 96-39 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (USL) (8-1) 1964-65........................ hW ...................... 78-71 1979-80........................ hW ...................... 70-64 1980-81........................ aW....................... 80-76 1981-82........................ hW ...................... 82-70 1991-92........................ hW ..................... 105-97 1991-92........................ aW....................... 77-76 1992-93........................ hW ...................... 91-85 1993-94........................ aL ........................ 79-82 1994-95........................ hW ...................... 70-66 At Home: 6-0 On the Road: 2-1 LOUISIANA-MONROE (Northeast La.) (10-0) 1959-60........................ hW ...................... 88-40 1960-61........................ hW ...................... 85-58

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SERIES RECORDS 1977-78 ....................... hW 1989-90 ....................... hW 1994-95 ....................... hW 1995-96 ....................... hW 1996-97 ....................... hW 1997-98 ....................... hW 1998-99 ....................... hW 1999-00 ....................... hW At Home: 10-0

....................... 78-71 ....................... 68-47 ..................... 100-79 ....................... 96-76 ....................... 83-61 ............... 75-74 (OT) ....................... 90-80 ....................... 76-61 On the Road: 0-0

LOUISIANA STATE (2-2) 1971-72 ....................... hW ....................... 82-63 1972-73 ....................... aL ......................... 81-94 1985-86 ....................... aL ......................... 81-83 1992-93 ....................... nW ....................... 70-66 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-2 Neutral Site: 1-0 LOUISIANA TECH (1-1) 1952-53 ....................... hW ....................... 70-63 1952-53 ....................... aL ......................... 83-93 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-1 LOUISVILLE (32-48) 1948-49 ....................... hL ......................... 53-72 1949-50 ....................... aL ......................... 58-79 1950-51 ....................... hL ......................... 48-51 1950-51 ....................... aL ......................... 58-67 1955-56 ....................... aL ......................... 75-85 1956-57 ....................... aL ......................... 71-93 1956-57 ....................... hW ....................... 81-78 1962-63 ....................... hW ....................... 76-55 1963-64 ....................... aL ......................... 57-69 1967-68 ....................... hL ......................... 58-78 1967-68 ....................... aL ......................... 52-76 1968-69 ....................... aL ......................... 66-67 1968-69 ....................... hL ......................... 51-60 1969-70 ....................... aL ......................... 48-77 1969-70 ....................... hL ......................... 82-83 1970-71 ....................... hW ....................... 78-75 1970-71 ....................... aL ....................... 73-102 1971-72 ....................... aW ....................... 77-69 1971-72 ....................... hW ....................... 80-65 1971-72 ....................... nL ......................... 72-83 1972-73 ....................... hW ....................... 81-76 1972-73 ....................... aL ......................... 69-83 1973-74 ....................... aL ......................... 81-94 1973-74 ....................... hW ....................... 78-71 1974-75 ....................... aL ......................... 79-84 1975-76 ....................... hL ......................... 74-79 1975-76 ....................... aW ....................... 87-76 1976-77 ....................... aL ....................... 92-111 1976-77 ....................... hW ....................... 87-77 1977-78 ....................... hL ......................... 75-78 1977-78 ....................... aL ....................... 97-115 1977-78 ....................... nL ......................... 62-67 1978-79 ....................... aL ....................... 82-103 1978-79 ....................... hW ....................... 60-53 1979-80 ....................... hL ......................... 48-69 1979-80 ....................... aL ......................... 60-88 1979-80 ....................... aL ......................... 65-84 1980-81 ....................... hW ............... 60-55 (OT) 1980-81 ....................... aL ......................... 65-95 1981-82 ....................... hW ............... 74-65 (OT) 1981-82 ....................... aL ......................... 61-65 1981-82 ....................... hW ....................... 73-62 1982-83 ....................... hL ......................... 66-75 1982-83 ....................... aL ................. 62-64 (OT) 1982-83 ....................... nL ......................... 68-71 1983-84 ....................... hL ......................... 78-85 1983-84 ....................... aL ......................... 58-68

1984-85 ....................... aW ....................... 69-66 1984-85 ....................... hW ....................... 66-59 1984-85 ....................... aW ....................... 81-74 1985-86 ....................... hW ....................... 73-71 1985-86 ....................... aL ......................... 69-70 1985-86 ....................... aL ......................... 79-88 1986-87 ....................... aW ....................... 64-48 1986-87 ....................... hW ....................... 58-57 1986-87 ....................... aW ....................... 75-52 1987-88 ....................... hW ....................... 72-68 1987-88 ....................... aL ......................... 69-71 1987-88 ....................... hL ........................ 73-81 1988-89 ....................... hL ...................... 85-101 1988-89 ....................... aW ....................... 72-67 1988-89 ....................... nL ........................ 70-71 1989-90 ....................... aL ......................... 69-86 1989-90 ....................... hW ....................... 82-68 1989-90 ....................... nL ........................ 73-76 1990-91 ....................... aW ....................... 65-56 1990-91 ....................... hW ....................... 91-73 1990-91 ....................... nL ........................ 70-72 1994-95 ....................... nW ....................... 77-56 1995-96 ....................... aL ......................... 56-74 1995-96 ....................... hW ....................... 57-54 1996-97 ....................... aW ....................... 64-58 1996-97 ....................... hW ....................... 79-59 1997-98 ....................... hW ....................... 93-75 1998-99 ....................... aL ......................... 76-89 1999-00 ....................... hL ........................ 59-74 2000-01 ....................... aL ......................... 56-65 2001-02 ....................... hW ....................... 80-70 2002-03 ....................... aW ....................... 80-73 2002-03 ....................... aL ......................... 78-75 At Home: 21-13 On the Road: 10-28 Neutral Site: 1-7 LOYOLA-CHICAGO (1-3) 1957-58 ....................... aL ................ 76-79 (2OT) 1961-62 ....................... aL ....................... 76-100 1962-63 ....................... nL ........................ 82-94 1963-64 ....................... hW ....................... 83-65 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-2 Neutral Site: 0-1 LOYOLA-NEW ORLEANS (22-7) 1950-51 ....................... aL ......................... 57-59 1950-51 ....................... hW ....................... 87-63 1957-58 ....................... aW ....................... 65-63 1957-58 ....................... hL ........................ 55-68 1958-59 ....................... aW ....................... 73-71 1958-59 ....................... aL ......................... 72-87 1958-59 ....................... hW ....................... 96-82 1959-60 ....................... hW ....................... 54-38 1959-60 ....................... aW ....................... 79-63 1960-61 ....................... aW ....................... 64-45 1960-61 ....................... hW ....................... 85-51 1961-62 ....................... aW ....................... 87-76 1961-62 ....................... hW ..................... 101-58 1962-63 ....................... aL ......................... 75-78 1962-63 ....................... hW ....................... 55-48 1963-64 ....................... aL ......................... 64-90 1963-64 ....................... hW ....................... 93-49 1964-65 ....................... aW ....................... 71-65 1964-65 ....................... hW ....................... 84-54 1965-66 ....................... aL ......................... 78-86 1965-66 ....................... hW ....................... 71-69 1966-67 ....................... hW ....................... 76-50 1966-67 ....................... aW ....................... 52-46 1967-68 ....................... aW ....................... 72-64 1967-68 ....................... hL ........................ 53-56 1968-69 ....................... hW ....................... 74-54

1968-69........................ aW....................... 80-62 1969-70........................ aW....................... 91-83 1970-71........................ hW ...................... 84-68 At Home: 12-0 On the Road: 10-5 MACMURRAY (2-0) 1971-72........................ hW ..................... 123-62 1976-77........................ hW ..................... 109-55 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-0 MADISON COLLEGE (1-0) 1975-76........................ hW ..................... 104-80 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 MANSFIELD STATE (1-0) 1977-78........................ hW ...................... 94-79 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 MANHATTAN (1-1) 1956-57........................ aW....................... 85-73 1957-58........................ aL ........................ 69-88 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 1-1 MARIST (1-0) 1987-88........................ nW ...................... 75-57 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 1-0 MARQUETTE (12-12) 1956-57........................ nW ...................... 77-76 1963-64........................ hW ...................... 88-74 1964-65........................ aW....................... 82-70 1971-72........................ hL ........................ 73-74 1972-73........................ aL ........................ 69-72 1980-81........................ aL ........................ 67-86 1981-82........................ hW ...................... 77-70 1991-92........................ hW ...................... 59-55 1991-92........................ aL ........................ 67-82 1992-93........................ aL ........................ 66-78 1992-93........................ hW ...................... 68-63 1993-94........................ aL ........................ 67-79 1993-94........................ hL ........................ 46-51 1994-95........................ hW ............. 77-71 (2OT) 1994-95........................ aL ........................ 61-80 1995-96........................ aL ........................ 55-59 1995-96........................ hL ........................ 60-72 1996-97........................ hW ...................... 54-47 1996-97........................ nL ........................ 45-63 1997-98........................ aW....................... 77-65 1998-99........................ hW ...................... 81-79 1999-00........................ aW....................... 53-49 2000-01........................ hL ........................ 65-71 2000-01........................ nW ...................... 71-64 At Home: 7-4 On the Road: 3-7 Neutral Site: 2-1 MARSHALL (1-1) 1952-53........................ aL ....................... 76-102 1953-54........................ hW ..................... 104-85 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-1 MARYLAND (2-0) 1957-58........................ nW ...................... 47-46 1966-67........................ hW ...................... 55-53 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral: 1-0 MASSACHUSETTS (0-1) 1995-96........................ aL ........................ 61-64 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-1

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SERIES RECORDS M CNEESE STATE (2-0) 1962-63 ....................... hW ....................... 80-52 1963-64 ....................... hW ....................... 57-44 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-0 MERCER (2-0) 1974-75 ....................... hW ....................... 93-75 1990-91 ....................... hW ....................... 99-48 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-0 MIAMI, Fla. (6-5) 1955-56 ....................... nW ....................... 79-71 1963-64 ....................... hL ......................... 69-78 1965-66 ....................... hW ....................... 86-72 1966-67 ....................... aL ......................... 63-88 1967-68 ....................... hW ....................... 67-44 1990-91 ....................... hW ....................... 80-72 1990-91 ....................... aW ............... 83-82 (OT) 1997-98 ....................... hL ......................... 57-65 1998-99 ....................... aL ......................... 64-80 1999-00 ....................... hW ....................... 82-72 2000-01 ....................... aL ......................... 57-66 At Home: 4-2 On the Road: 1-3 Neutral Site: 1-0 MIAMI, Ohio (1-0) 2000-01 ....................... nL ......................... 60-59 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 1-0 MICHIGAN (2-1) 1986-87 ....................... nW ....................... 82-76 1988-89 ....................... nL ......................... 75-79 1996-97 ....................... nW ....................... 73-72 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 2-1 MICHIGAN STATE (1-0) 1967-68 ....................... nW ....................... 73-57 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 1-0 MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE (24-14) 1929-30 ....................... hW ....................... 41-21 1933-34 ....................... aL ......................... 33-45 1933-34 ....................... hL ......................... 18-36 1934-35 ....................... aL ......................... 31-33 1934-35 ....................... hW ....................... 33-23 1935-36 ....................... aL ......................... 35-42 1935-36 ....................... hL ......................... 34-40 1936-37 ....................... aL ......................... 24-33 1936-37 ....................... aW ....................... 52-33 1937-38 ....................... aL ......................... 29-30 1937-38 ....................... hL ......................... 43-44 1938-39 ....................... aL ......................... 31-41 1938-39 ....................... hL ......................... 31-39 1939-40 ....................... aL ......................... 35-52 1939-40 ....................... hW ....................... 41-31 1940-41 ....................... aW ....................... 37-28 1940-41 ....................... hW ....................... 52-36 1941-42 ....................... hW ....................... 70-29 1941-42 ....................... aL ......................... 25-36 1946-47 ....................... hW ....................... 46-38 1946-47 ....................... aW ....................... 47-37 1947-48 ....................... hW ....................... 53-45 1947-48 ....................... hW ....................... 52-46 1948-49 ....................... aL ......................... 56-68 1949-50 ....................... hW ....................... 64-50 1951-52 ....................... aW ....................... 61-46 1951-52 ....................... hW ....................... 92-57 1951-52 ....................... nW ....................... 52-39

1952-53 ....................... aL ......................... 62-77 1953-54 ....................... aW ....................... 75-68 1953-54 ....................... hW ....................... 82-65 1954-55 ....................... hW ....................... 95-80 1954-55 ....................... aW ....................... 91-86 1960-61 ....................... hW ....................... 81-61 1983-84 ....................... hW ....................... 74-47 1984-85 ....................... hW ....................... 90-77 1985-86 ....................... hW ....................... 73-63 1990-91 ....................... hW ....................... 75-60 At Home: 17-4 On the Road: 6-10 Neutral Site: 1-0 MIDWESTERN (Texas) STATE (2-0) 1975-76 ....................... hW ..................... 105-76 1977-78 ....................... hW ....................... 78-74 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-0 MILLSAPS COLLEGE (2-0) 1935-36 ....................... hW ....................... 37-23 1935-36 ....................... aW ....................... 31-28 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 1-0 MINNESOTA (2-2) 1961-62 ....................... aL ......................... 81-89 1962-63 ....................... hW ....................... 78-70 1991-92 ....................... hW ....................... 65-62 1992-93 ....................... aL ......................... 55-70 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-2 MISSISSIPPI (23-10) 1922-23 ....................... aW ....................... 16-14 1922-23 ....................... aL ......................... 16-25 1923-24 ....................... aL ......................... 18-43 1923-24 ....................... aL ......................... 13-20 1924-25 ....................... aL ......................... 19-51 1924-25 ....................... aL ......................... 14-44 1939-40 ....................... hL ........................ 29-40 1951-52 ....................... hW ....................... 47-42 1952-53 ....................... hW ....................... 72-65 1953-54 ....................... hW ....................... 82-75 1957-58 ....................... hW ....................... 85-62 1958-59 ....................... hW ....................... 65-63 1959-60 ....................... hW ....................... 96-57 1960-61 ....................... hW ....................... 88-61 1962-63 ....................... hW ....................... 70-62 1963-64 ....................... aW ....................... 79-57 1963-64 ....................... hW ....................... 98-78 1971-72 ....................... nW ....................... 74-71 1976-77 ....................... hW ....................... 88-83 1977-78 ....................... hW ....................... 70-67 1978-79 ....................... nL ........................ 89-92 1979-80 ....................... hW ....................... 80-75 1980-81 ....................... aW ....................... 69-64 1981-82 ....................... hW ............... 61-55 (OT) 1982-83 ....................... aW ....................... 63-58 1983-84 ....................... hW ....................... 73-55 1984-85 ....................... aW ............... 57-52 (OT) 1985-86 ....................... hW ....................... 73-56 1998-99 ....................... hW ............... 78-72 (OT) 1999-00 ....................... aL ......................... 64-74 2000-01 ....................... hL ........................ 56-64 2001-02 ....................... aL ......................... 67-71 2002-03 ....................... hW ....................... 58-51 At Home: 17-2 On the Road: 5-7 Neutral: 1-1 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE (3-1) 1923-24 ....................... hL ........................ 26-42 1932-33 ....................... hW ....................... 25-23 1935-36 ....................... hW ....................... 32-26

1935-36........................ aW....................... 41-38 At Home: 2-1 On the Road: 1-0 MISSISSIPPI STATE (12-11) 1946-47........................ hL ........................ 38-51 1951-52........................ hL ........................ 58-60 1954-55........................ hW ...................... 94-68 1955-56........................ hW ..................... 105-73 1956-57........................ aW....................... 89-78 1956-57........................ hW ...................... 86-83 1957-58........................ hL ........................ 54-56 1958-59........................ nL ........................ 55-73 1958-59........................ hL ........................ 52-53 1959-60........................ nW ...................... 79-62 1961-62........................ hL ........................ 71-83 1962-63........................ nL ........................ 66-77 1962-63........................ hW ...................... 71-65 1963-64........................ nW ...................... 73-65 1963-64........................ hW ...................... 81-66 1966-67........................ hW ...................... 61-53 1967-68........................ aL ........................ 66-71 1969-70........................ hW ...................... 83-74 1978-79........................ hL ........................ 64-93 1981-82........................ aL ................. 47-48 (OT) 1983-84........................ hL ........................ 49-50 1983-84........................ nW ...................... 43-42 1984-85........................ aW....................... 68-59 At Home: 7-7 On the Road: 2-2 Neutral Site: 3-2 MISSOURI (6-4) 1965-66........................ hW ...................... 85-72 1985-86........................ hW ...................... 79-68 1986-87........................ aW....................... 61-59 1987-88........................ hW ...................... 76-68 1988-89........................ aL ........................ 74-86 1989-90........................ hL ........................ 65-71 1990-91........................ aL ........................ 82-96 1991-92........................ hW ...................... 89-78 1992-93........................ aW....................... 64-56 2002-03........................ aL ........................ 78-93 At Home: 4-1 On the Road: 2-3 MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY (1-0) 1978-79........................ hW ...................... 88-82 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 MISSOURI MINES (1-0) 1960-61........................ hW ..................... 111-50 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 MISSOURI-ROLLA (2-0) 1971-72........................ hW ..................... 108-66 1973-74........................ hW ..................... 106-79 At Home: 2-0 ................. On the Road: 0-0 MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS (2-0) 1970-71........................ hW ..................... 108-86 1974-75........................ hW ..................... 130-79 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-0 MISSOURI WESTERN (2-0) 1972-73........................ hW ..................... 108-74 1978-79........................ hW ...................... 82-71 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-0 MONTANA STATE (1-0) 1960-61........................ aW....................... 77-50 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 1-0

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SERIES RECORDS MONTCLAIR STATE (1-0) 1974-75 ....................... hW ....................... 96-60 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 MOREHEAD STATE (0-2) 1953-54 ....................... aL ......................... 59-69 1954-55 ....................... hL ....................... 90-111 At Home: 0-1 On the Road: 0-1 MURRAY STATE (34-26) 1928-29 ....................... hW ....................... 29-21 1928-29 ....................... aW ....................... 38-30 1928-29 ....................... aW ....................... 33-31 1929-30 ....................... aL ......................... 26-42 1929-30 ....................... hW ....................... 38-37 1929-30 ....................... hL ......................... 31-34 1934-35 ....................... aL ......................... 18-63 1934-35 ....................... hL ......................... 32-47 1935-36 ....................... hL ......................... 14-51 1935-36 ....................... aL ......................... 26-45 1936-37 ....................... hL ......................... 30-33 1936-37 ....................... aL ......................... 32-35 1937-38 ....................... aL ......................... 16-42 1937-38 ....................... hL ......................... 35-68 1938-39 ....................... aL ......................... 33-66 1938-39 ....................... hL ......................... 35-40 1939-40 ....................... hW ....................... 35-32 1939-40 ....................... aL ......................... 34-66 1940-41 ....................... hL ......................... 45-52 1940-41 ....................... aL ......................... 31-55 1941-42 ....................... aL ......................... 31-46 1941-42 ....................... hL ......................... 37-70 1947-48 ....................... aL ......................... 43-61 1947-48 ....................... hW ....................... 46-37 1948-49 ....................... aL ......................... 52-56 1948-49 ....................... hW ....................... 62-60 1949-50 ....................... aL ......................... 57-64 1950-51 ....................... hL ......................... 51-71 1950-51 ....................... aL ......................... 51-55 1951-52 ....................... hW ....................... 51-47 1951-52 ....................... aL ......................... 70-72 1953-54 ....................... aL ......................... 73-82 1953-54 ....................... hW ....................... 47-45 1954-55 ....................... aW ....................... 70-68 1954-55 ....................... hW ....................... 67-56 1955-56 ....................... hW ..................... 106-72 1955-56 ....................... aW ..................... 100-94 1956-57 ....................... hW ..................... 105-92 1956-57 ....................... aW ....................... 93-72 1957-58 ....................... aW ....................... 75-66 1957-58 ....................... hW ....................... 56-50 1959-60 ....................... aW ....................... 70-57 1960-61 ....................... hW ....................... 70-60 1961-62 ....................... nW ....................... 79-67 1961-62 ....................... hW ....................... 90-72 1962-63 ....................... aW ....................... 60-58 1973-74 ....................... hW ............... 67-65 (OT) 1974-75 ....................... hW ..................... 102-77 1975-76 ....................... hW ..................... 109-83 1978-79 ....................... hW ....................... 79-54 1979-80 ....................... hW ....................... 72-71 1980-81 ....................... hL ......................... 52-57 1985-86 ....................... hW ....................... 82-59 1986-87 ....................... hW ....................... 78-47 1987-88 ....................... hW ............... 76-70 (OT)

1988-89 ....................... aW ....................... 73-62 1990-91 ....................... hW ....................... 85-78 1991-92 ....................... hW ....................... 78-54 1993-94 ....................... aL ......................... 77-82 2002-03 ....................... hW ....................... 67-60 At Home: 24-10 On the Road: 9-16 Neutral Site: 1-0 NAVY (1-0) 1972-73 ....................... hW ....................... 80-51 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 NEBRASKA (1-0) 1954-55 ....................... hW ....................... 86-79 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 NEW MEXICO (2-0) 1956-57 ....................... hW ....................... 94-76 2000-01 ....................... hW ....................... 81-63 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-0 NEW MEXICO STATE (5-1) 1961-62 ....................... hW ....................... 85-70 1962-63 ....................... hW ..................... 101-77 1972-73 ....................... hW ....................... 75-61 1972-73 ....................... aW ....................... 54-53 1973-74 ....................... hW ....................... 73-66 1994-95 ....................... nL ........................ 78-81 At Home: 4-0 On the Road: 1-0 Neutral Site: 0-1 NEW ORLEANS (8-0) 1973-74 ....................... aW 1976-77 ....................... hW 1985-86 ....................... aW 1985-86 ....................... hW 1986-87 ....................... hW 1988-89 ....................... hW 1988-89 ....................... aW 1989-90 ....................... hW At Home: 5-0

....................... 86-81 ............... 88-86 (OT) ....................... 68-64 ....................... 63-52 ....................... 74-73 ....................... 92-61 ....................... 73-72 ....................... 59-55 On the Road: 3-0

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY (0-1) 1963-64 ....................... aL ......................... 71-95 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-1 NICHOLLS STATE (1-0) 1994-95 ....................... hW ....................... 92-71 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 NORTH ALABAMA (2-0) 1953-54 ....................... aW ....................... 68-60 1953-54 ....................... hW ....................... 93-61 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 1-0 NORTH CAROLINA STATE (1-3) 1973-74 ....................... nL ........................ 83-98 1982-83 ....................... aW ....................... 57-53 1996-97 ....................... hL ........................ 67-46 1997-98 ....................... aL ......................... 71-60 At Home: 0-1 ................. On the Road: 1-1 Neutral Site: 0-1 NORTH CAROLINA-GREENSBORO (1-0) 2001-02 ....................... hW ....................... 82-62 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 NORTH CAROLINA-WILMINGTON (1-0) 1998-99 ....................... hW ....................... 79-75 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0

NORTHEAST OKLAHOMA (1-0) 1977-78........................ hW ..................... 103-81 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 NORTH TEXAS (15-6) 1959-60........................ hW ...................... 90-58 1960-61........................ hW ..................... 102-56 1965-66........................ hW ...................... 69-67 1966-67........................ aW....................... 64-57 1967-68........................ aW....................... 67-65 1967-68........................ hL ................. 62-63 (OT) 1968-69........................ aL ........................ 69-96 1968-69........................ hL ........................ 70-89 1969-70........................ hL ........................ 77-86 1969-70........................ aL ........................ 70-82 1970-71........................ hW ...................... 69-57 1970-71........................ aW....................... 71-66 1971-72........................ hW ...................... 91-60 1971-72........................ aW....................... 87-80 1972-73........................ aW....................... 93-88 1973-74........................ hW ...................... 65-62 1973-74........................ aL ........................ 77-83 1974-75........................ hW ..................... 103-92 1975-76........................ hW ..................... 111-93 1982-83........................ aW....................... 80-63 1983-84........................ hW ..................... 101-79 At Home: 9-3 ................. On the Road: 6-3 NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI JC (1-0) 1933-34........................ hW ...................... 36-17 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 NORTHWESTERN STATE (La.) (4-0) 1955-56........................ hW ..................... 112-78 1955-56........................ aW....................... 78-65 1961-62........................ nW ..................... 103-83 2001-02........................ hW ...................... 97-69 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 1-0 Neutral Site: 1-0 OHIO STATE (0-1) 1959-60........................ aL ........................ 55-94 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-1 OKLAHOMA (4-0) 1983-84........................ hW ...................... 69-65 1984-85........................ nW ...................... 63-61 1996-97........................ hW ...................... 61-47 1997-98........................ aW....................... 80-78 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 1-0 Neutral Site: 1-0 OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN (0-1) 1979-80........................ hL ........................ 76-90 At Home: 0-1 On the Road: 0-0 OKLAHOMA CITY (10-8) 1955-56........................ nL ........................ 81-96 1956-57........................ hL ........................ 68-90 1956-57........................ aL ....................... 96-106 1957-58........................ hW ...................... 53-50 1957-58........................ aL ........................ 59-67 1958-59........................ hW ...................... 66-61 1958-59........................ aL ........................ 68-71 1959-60........................ hW ...................... 81-68 1959-60........................ aW....................... 70-66 1962-63........................ aW....................... 80-77 1965-66........................ hW ...................... 97-87 1965-66........................ aL ....................... 89-104 1969-70........................ aL ........................ 58-72 1975-76........................ aW....................... 87-70

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SERIES RECORDS 1975-76 ........................ 1976-77 ........................ 1976-77 ........................ 1980-81 ........................ At Home: 7-1 Neutral Site: 0-1 OKLAHOMA STATE (2-2) 1970-71 ........................ 1971-72 ........................ 1986-87 ........................ 1989-90 ........................ At Home: 2-0

hW ....................... 96-72 hW ....................... 82-72 aL ......................... 69-81 hW ....................... 98-86 On the Road: 3-6

aL ......................... 87-93 hW ....................... 84-68 hW ....................... 89-51 aL ......................... 66-93 On the Road: 0-2

OLD DOMINION (1-0) 2001-02 ........................ hW ....................... 91-66 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 ORAL ROBERTS (4-2) 1971-72 ........................ 1974-75 ........................ 1983-84 ........................ 1986-87 ........................ 1987-88 ........................ 1988-89 ........................ At Home: 2-0 Neutral Site: 1-2

nL ......................... 74-94 nL ......................... 95-97 nW ....................... 92-83 aW ........................ 59-58 hW ..................... 115-71 hW ....................... 70-62 On the Road: 1-0

OREGON STATE (1-1) 1989-90 ........................ hW ....................... 78-72 1990-91 ........................ aL ......................... 74-78 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-1 PENNSYLVANIA (1-0) 1984-85 ........................ nW ....................... 67-55 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 1-0 PENN STATE (3-2) 1954-55 ........................ 1974-75 ........................ 1976-77 ........................ 1980-81 ........................ 1981-82 ........................ At Home: 1-0 Neutral Site: 1-2

nL ......................... 55-59 nL ......................... 54-61 nW ....................... 77-69 hW ....................... 75-67 aW ........................ 52-46 On the Road: 1-0

PEPPERDINE (5-1) 1964-65 ........................ 1965-66 ........................ 1974-75 ........................ 1975-76 ........................ 1975-76 ........................ 1991-92 ........................ At Home: 2-0 Neutral Site: 1-1

aW ...................... 116-90 hW ....................... 85-66 aW ............. 111-108 (OT) hW ....................... 90-82 nL ......................... 77-87 nW ....................... 80-70 On the Road: 2-0

PITTSBURGH (1-0) 1949-50 ........................ hW ....................... 53-39 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 PORTLAND (1-3) 1950-51 ........................ 1951-52 ........................ 1951-52 ........................ 1963-64 ........................ At Home: 0-0 Neutral Site: 1-1

nW ....................... 76-74 aL ......................... 49-78 nL ......................... 48-72 aL ......................... 66-75 On the Road: 0-2

PRAIRIE VIEW (1-0) 1990-91 ........................ hW ..................... 104-79 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0

PRINCETON (1-0) 1970-71 ........................ hW ....................... 86-77 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0

1960-61 ........................ hW ..................... 104-73 1961-62 ........................ hW ....................... 96-77 At Home: 3-0 On the Road: 0-0

PROVIDENCE (1-2) 1959-60 ........................ nL ........................ 70-71 1966-67 ........................ nL ........................ 68-77 1972-73 ........................ nW ....................... 98-85 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 1-2

ROLLINS UNIVERSITY (1-0) 1958-59 ........................ hW ....................... 64-48 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0

PURDUE (3-1) 1983-84 ........................ 1987-88 ........................ 1994-95 ........................ 1995-96 ........................ At Home: 0-0 Neutral Site: 3-1

nW ....................... 66-48 nL ...................... 73-100 nW ....................... 75-73 nW ....................... 91-76 On the Road: 0-0

RHODE ISLAND (0-1) 1963-64 ........................ hL ........................ 66-68 At Home: 0-1 On the Road: 0-0 RHODES (SOUTHWESTERN) (23-17) 1925-26 ........................ hL ........................ 19-31 1925-26 ........................ hL ........................ 22-35 1926-27 ........................ aL ......................... 14-34 1926-27 ........................ hL ........................ 12-17 1927-28 ........................ hL ........................ 24-32 1927-28 ........................ aL ......................... 28-57 1937-38 ........................ hL ........................ 12-44 1938-39 ........................ hL ........................ 28-33 1938-39 ........................ hL ........................ 38-45 1939-40 ........................ hW .............. 46-44 (2OT) 1939-49 ........................ aW ....................... 39-36 1940-41 ........................ aW ....................... 29-28 1940-41 ........................ hW ....................... 29-27 1940-41 ........................ hL ........................ 37-46 1941-42 ........................ aW ....................... 50-25 1941-42 ........................ hW ....................... 72-41 1942-43 ........................ hW ....................... 54-45 1942-43 ........................ hW ....................... 47-34 1942-43 ........................ aW ....................... 55-37 1944-45 ........................ aL ......................... 41-47 1944-45 ........................ hL ........................ 39-43 1944-45 ........................ hL ........................ 30-35 1944-45 ........................ aL ......................... 38-51 1945-46 ........................ hL ........................ 51-54 1945-46 ........................ aW ....................... 41-33 1945-46 ........................ hW ....................... 40-35 1945-46 ........................ hL ........................ 41-47 1945-46 ........................ aW ....................... 49-36 1946-47 ........................ hW ................ 49-46 (OT) 1946-47 ........................ aW ....................... 46-27 1947-48 ........................ aL ......................... 41-48 1947-48 ........................ hW ....................... 51-42 1947-48 ........................ hW ....................... 40-35 1948-49 ........................ hW ....................... 53-50 1948-49 ........................ aW ....................... 75-65 1949-50 ........................ hW ....................... 52-43 1949-50 ........................ hW ....................... 82-50 1951-52 ........................ aW ....................... 85-39 1951-52 ........................ hW ..................... 100-39 At Home: 13-12 On the Road: 10-5 RICE (2-0) 1966-67 ........................ aW ....................... 63-54 1967-68 ........................ hW ....................... 64-56 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 1-0 RICHMOND (3-0) 1959-60 ........................ hW ..................... 100-74

ST. BONAVENTURE (1-1) 1955-56 ........................ aL ......................... 67-79 1956-57 ........................ nW ................ 80-78 (OT) At Home: 0-1 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 1-1 ST. FRANCIS (N.Y.) (0-1) 1952-53 ........................ aL ......................... 71-76 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-1 ST. FRANCIS (Pa.) (0-1) 1952-53 ........................ aL ......................... 61-76 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-1 ST. JOHN'S (0-1) 1991-92 ........................ aL ......................... 54-75 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-1 ST. JOSEPH'S (Ind.) (2-0) 1970-71 ........................ hW ..................... 113-97 1972-73 ........................ hW ..................... 112-92 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-0 ST. JOSEPH'S (Pa.) (1-0) 1991-92 ........................ nW ....................... 77-60 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 1-0 SAINT LOUIS (30-23) 1966-67 ........................ 1967-68 ........................ 1967-68 ........................ 1968-69 ........................ 1968-69 ........................ 1969-70 ........................ 1969-70 ........................ 1970-71 ........................ 1970-71 ........................ 1971-72 ........................ 1971-72 ........................ 1972-73 ........................ 1972-73 ........................ 1973-74 ........................ 1973-74 ........................ 1974-75 ........................ 1975-76 ........................ 1976-77 ........................ 1977-78 ........................ 1977-78 ........................ 1977-78 ........................ 1978-79 ........................ 1978-79 ........................ 1978-79 ........................ 1979-80 ........................ 1979-80 ........................ 1979-80 ........................ 1980-81 ........................ 1980-81 ........................ 1981-82 ........................ 1981-82 ........................ 1982-83 ........................ 1982-83 ........................ 1986-87 ........................ 1987-88 ........................

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aL ......................... 44-63 aL ......................... 53-60 hL ......................... 65-77 hL .................. 62-63 (OT) aL ......................... 65-74 aL ......................... 77-88 hL ......................... 68-78 aL ......................... 58-62 hW ....................... 60-56 aL ......................... 72-76 hW ....................... 73-70 hW ....................... 72-60 aL ......................... 56-70 aL ......................... 61-65 hW ....................... 91-81 aL ......................... 75-78 nW ....................... 73-69 aL .................. 64-67 (OT) hW ................ 86-85 (OT) aL ......................... 80-82 nW ....................... 79-57 aW ........................ 77-65 hW ....................... 88-77 hW ....................... 62-58 hW ....................... 57-49 aL ......................... 62-76 nW ....................... 62-60 hL ......................... 59-66 aL ......................... 58-64 aW ........................ 82-64 hW ....................... 94-72 aW ........................ 75-56 hW ....................... 72-64 hW ....................... 67-54 aL ......................... 50-55


SERIES RECORDS 1988-89 ........................ 1991-92 ........................ 1991-92 ........................ 1992-93 ........................ 1992-93 ........................ 1992-93 ........................ 1993-94 ........................ 1993-94 ........................ 1993-94 ........................ 1994-95 ........................ 1994-95 ........................ 1995-96 ........................ 1996-97 ........................ 1997-98 ........................ 1998-99 ........................ 1999-00 ........................ 2000-01 ........................ 2002-03 ........................ At Home: 19-5 Neutral Site: 4-0

hW ....................... 80-73 hW ....................... 77-64 aW ................. 75-73 (OT) aW ........................ 77-69 hW ....................... 75-73 hW ....................... 73-65 aL ......................... 59-86 hL ......................... 66-71 nW ....................... 73-62 hW ................ 84-80 (OT) aL ......................... 52-68 hW ....................... 80-63 aW ........................ 59-58 aW ........................ 68-62 hW ....................... 92-89 aL ......................... 67-75 hW ................ 72-63 (OT) aL ......................... 69-66 On the Road: 7-18

SAMFORD (2-1) 1947-48 ........................ hW ....................... 37-32 1947-48 ........................ aL ......................... 52-59 1973-74 ........................ hW ...................... 10169 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-1 SAM HOUSTON STATE (2-0) 1969-70 ........................ hW ....................... 72-70 1995-96 ........................ hW ....................... 74-51 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-0 SAN FRANCISCO (2-0) 1971-72 ........................ nW ....................... 82-77 1994-95 ........................ hW ....................... 94-82 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 1-0 SAN FRANCISCO STATE (1-0) 1961-62 ........................ hW ..................... 107-49 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 SANTA CLARA (0-2) 1964-65 ........................ aL ......................... 79-92 1975-76 ........................ nL ......................... 86-93 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-1 Neutral Site: 0-1 SEATTLE (1-4) 1951-52 ........................ 1956-57 ........................ 1960-61 ........................ 1963-64 ........................ 1964-65 ........................ At Home: 0-1 Neutral Site: 0-1

aL ......................... 63-66 nL ......................... 76-84 aW ........................ 86-81 aL ....................... 88-105 hL ......................... 77-89 On the Road: 1-2

SETON HALL (2-1) 1952-53 ........................ aL ....................... 85-103 1961-62 ........................ nW ..................... 101-84 1973-74 ........................ nW ....................... 73-72 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-1 Neutral Site: 2-0 SIENA COLLEGE (N.Y.) (0-1) 1952-53 ........................ aL ......................... 59-72 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-1 SOUTH ALABAMA (1-0) 1971-72 ........................ hW ....................... 88-71 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0

SOUTH CAROLINA (17-5) 1961-62 ........................ 1972-73 ........................ 1983-84 ........................ 1983-84 ........................ 1984-85 ........................ 1984-85 ........................ 1985-86 ........................ 1985-86 ........................ 1985-86 ........................ 1986-87 ........................ 1986-87 ........................ 1986-87 ........................ 1987-88 ........................ 1987-88 ........................ 1988-89 ........................ 1988-89 ........................ 1989-90 ........................ 1989-90 ........................ 1989-90 ........................ 1990-91 ........................ 1990-91 ........................ 2001-02 ........................ At Home: 8-1 Neutral Site: 5-0

hL ........................ 78-79 nW ....................... 90-76 aW ....................... 75-58 hW ....................... 72-61 aL ......................... 58-60 hW ....................... 99-75 hW ....................... 89-81 aW ....................... 86-73 nW ..................... 100-59 aL ......................... 52-64 hW ....................... 55-53 nW ....................... 74-64 aL ......................... 58-84 hW ....................... 67-61 aL ......................... 66-78 hW ....................... 63-48 aW ....................... 74-72 hW ....................... 90-71 nW ....................... 71-56 hW ....................... 60-52 aW ....................... 80-58 nW ....................... 72-62 On the Road: 4-4

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE (2-0) 1985-86 ........................ hW ..................... 119-73 1990-91 ........................ hW ....................... 78-58 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-0 SOUTH DAKOTA (1-0) 1970-71 ........................ hW ..................... 113-98 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE (1-0) 1976-77 ........................ hW ..................... 109-76 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA (1-0) 2001-02 ........................ hW ....................... 65-46 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 SOUTH FLORIDA (15-3) 1972-73 ........................ 1995-96 ........................ 1996-97 ........................ 1997-98 ........................ 1997-98 ........................ 1998-99 ........................ 1998-99 ........................ 1998-99 ........................ 1999-00 ........................ 1999-00 ........................ 1999-00 ........................ 2000-01 ........................ 2000-01 ........................ 2001-02 ........................ 2001-02 ........................ 2002-03 ........................ 2002-03 ........................ 2002-03 ........................ At Home: 8-1 Neutral Site: 1-1

hW ....................... 87-73 aW ................ 60-50 (OT) hW ....................... 60-59 hW ....................... 74-62 aW ....................... 70-61 aL ......................... 70-80 hW ....................... 83-70 nL ................. 81-88 (OT) hW ....................... 78-74 aW ....................... 91-72 hW ....................... 60-58 aW ..................... 100-89 hW ....................... 79-61 hW ....................... 81-62 aW ....................... 71-59 hL ........................ 75-74 aW ....................... 73-66 nW ....................... 62-56 On the Road: 6-1

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE (1-2) 1934-35 ........................ hL ........................ 20-25 1934-35 ........................ aL ......................... 14-35 1993-94 ........................ hW ..................... 109-83 At Home: 1-1 On the Road: 0-1

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (1-1) 1984-85 ........................ hW ....................... 61-45 1999-00 ........................ nL ......................... 65-92 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 0-1 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS (0-2) 1949-50 ........................ aL ......................... 56-58 1980-81 ........................ hL ......................... 67-69 At Home: 0-1 On the Road: 0-1 SOUTHERN METHODIST (1-1) 1953-54 ........................ hL ......................... 63-66 1964-65 ........................ hW ................ 95-92 (OT) At Home: 1-1 On the Road: 0-0 SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI (46-22) 1937-38 ........................ aL ......................... 31-50 1940-41 ........................ hW ....................... 46-41 1950-51 ........................ aW ........................ 78-65 1951-52 ........................ aW ........................ 72-57 1951-52 ........................ hW ....................... 79-57 1952-53 ........................ aL ......................... 73-81 1953-54 ........................ aW ........................ 86-73 1955-56 ........................ hW ..................... 112-76 1956-57 ........................ aW ........................ 71-70 1960-61 ........................ hW ....................... 72-55 1962-63 ........................ aW ........................ 82-69 1963-64 ........................ hW ....................... 80-55 1964-65 ........................ hL ......................... 80-86 1965-66 ........................ aW ........................ 97-77 1966-67 ........................ hW ....................... 65-52 1973-74 ........................ hW ..................... 100-79 1974-75 ........................ hW ....................... 83-77 1975-76 ........................ hW ....................... 84-70 1975-76 ........................ aW ........................ 87-72 1976-77 ........................ hW ....................... 86-71 1976-77 ........................ aW ........................ 82-78 1977-78 ........................ hW ....................... 97-83 1978-79 ........................ hL .................. 89-91 (OT) 1979-80 ........................ hL ......................... 54-59 1979-80 ........................ aL ......................... 68-85 1980-81 ........................ hW ....................... 70-65 1980-81 ........................ aL ......................... 66-90 1982-83 ........................ hW ....................... 81-60 1983-84 ........................ hW ....................... 52-47 1983-84 ........................ aW ................. 69-67 (OT) 1983-84 ........................ hW ....................... 86-58 1984-85 ........................ hW ....................... 82-60 1984-85 ........................ aW ........................ 78-63 1984-85 ........................ nW ....................... 68-58 1985-86 ........................ aW ........................ 68-64 1985-86 ........................ hW ....................... 92-85 1986-87 ........................ hL ......................... 77-84 1986-87 ........................ aW ........................ 76-72 1987-88 ........................ aL ....................... 96-107 1987-88 ........................ hW ..................... 113-97 1987-88 ........................ hW ....................... 97-84 1988-89 ........................ aW ................. 90-87 (OT) 1988-89 ........................ hW ....................... 83-76 1989-90 ........................ hW ....................... 93-77 1989-90 ........................ aL ......................... 82-86 1990-91 ........................ aL ......................... 77-87 1990-91 ........................ hL ......................... 81-87 1991-92 ........................ aL ......................... 59-67 1991-92 ........................ hW ....................... 80-61 1992-93 ........................ hW ....................... 95-82 1993-94 ........................ aL ......................... 67-76 1994-95 ........................ hW ....................... 81-71 1995-96 ........................ aW ........................ 81-68 1995-96 ........................ hW ....................... 91-66 1996-97 ........................ hW ....................... 68-54

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SERIES RECORDS 1997-98 ........................ 1997-98 ........................ 1997-98 ........................ 1998-99 ........................ 1998-99 ........................ 1999-00 ........................ 1999-00 ........................ 2000-01 ........................ 2000-01 ........................ 2001-02 ........................ 2001-02 ........................ 2002-03 ........................ 2002-03 ........................ At Home: 29-8 Neutral Site: 1-1

hW ....................... 79-67 aL ......................... 75-62 nL ......................... 85-57 hL ......................... 54-60 aW ........................ 74-60 aL ......................... 66-67 hL .................. 73-79 (OT) hL ......................... 67-75 aL ......................... 55-74 hW ....................... 75-53 aW ........................ 73-64 aL ......................... 84-67 hW ....................... 80-62 On the Road: 16-13

SEWANEE (2-0) 1947-48 ........................ aW ........................ 54-42 1947-48 ........................ hW ....................... 62-42 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 1-0 SW PRESBYTERIAN (1-0) 1924-25 ........................ hW ....................... 32-22 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 SPRING HILL COLLEGE (Ala.) (6-2) 1951-52 ........................ aL ......................... 47-48 1952-53 ........................ hW ....................... 90-60 1954-55 ........................ aW ........................ 94-83 1955-56 ........................ aL ......................... 65-79 1956-57 ........................ hW ....................... 70-62 1957-58 ........................ hW ....................... 70-54 1958-59 ........................ hW ....................... 77-37 1959-60 ........................ hW ....................... 96-55 At Home: 5-0 On the Road: 1-2 STANFORD (0-1) 2000-01 ........................ nL ......................... 60-83 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 0-1 STETSON (1-0) 1957-58 ........................ hW ....................... 64-58 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 SUNFLOWER (Miss.) JC (5-2) 1929-30 ........................ aL ......................... 36-40 1929-30 ........................ hW ....................... 34-26 1929-30 ........................ hW ....................... 37-12 1930-31 ........................ aW ........................ 42-27 1930-31 ........................ hW ....................... 64-27 1931-32 ........................ aL ......................... 23-27 1931-32 ........................ hW ....................... 38-25 At Home: 4-0 On the Road: 1-2 SYRACUSE (1-0) 2002-03 ........................ nW ....................... 70-63 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 1-0 TAMPA (2-0) 1958-59 ........................ aW ...................... 101-63 1958-59 ........................ hW ....................... 95-65 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 1-0 TEMPLE (5-5) 1952-53 ........................ 1974-75 ........................ 1986-87 ........................ 1991-92 ........................ 1992-93 ........................ 1994-95 ........................

aL ......................... 64-71 nW ....................... 71-68 nL ......................... 59-67 hL ......................... 63-65 aL ......................... 58-65 aW ........................ 53-51

1995-96 ........................ 2000-01 ........................ 2001-02 ........................ 2001-02 ........................ At Home: 1-2 Neutral Site: 2-1

hW ....................... 68-58 hL ........................ 62-67 aW ....................... 64-54 nW ....................... 78-77 On the Road: 2-2

TENNESSEE (6-10) 1969-70 ........................ 1988-89 ........................ 1989-90 ........................ 1989-90 ........................ 1990-91 ........................ 1991-92 ........................ 1992-93 ........................ 1993-94 ........................ 1994-95 ........................ 1995-96 ........................ 1996-97 ........................ 1997-98 ........................ 1998-99 ........................ 1999-00 ........................ 2000-01 ........................ 2001-02 ........................ At Home: 4-4 Neutral Site: 0-1

nL ........................ 51-72 aL ......................... 74-76 hW ....................... 91-72 hL ........................ 71-73 aW ....................... 74-72 hL ........................ 64-65 aL ......................... 59-70 hW ....................... 83-64 aW ....................... 50-46 hW ....................... 57-55 aL ......................... 47-57 hL ........................ 66-68 aL ......................... 67-68 hL ........................ 69-74 aL ......................... 76-86 hW ....................... 71-69 On the Road: 2-5

TENNESSEE-MARTIN (9-3) 1927-28 ........................ 1927-28 ........................ 1927-28 ........................ 1928-29 ........................ 1928-29 ........................ 1929-30 ........................ 1929-30 ........................ 1931-32 ........................ 1931-32 ........................ 1931-32 ........................ 2000-01 ........................ 2001-02 ........................ At Home: 5-1 Neutral Site: 1-1

hL ........................ 35-58 aL ......................... 38-45 nL ........................ 37-38 aW ....................... 28-20 hW ....................... 50-17 hW ....................... 32-10 aW ....................... 34-13 hW ....................... 40-32 aW ....................... 42-33 nW ....................... 44-25 hW ....................... 81-49 hW ....................... 88-58 On the Road: 3-1

TENNESSEE STATE (7-0) 1983-84 ........................ 1984-85 ........................ 1985-86 ........................ 1986-87 ........................ 1987-88 ........................ 1988-89 ........................ 1989-90 ........................ At Home: 7-0

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TENNESSEE TECH (26-24) 1930-31 ........................ 1931-32 ........................ 1931-32 ........................ 1933-34 ........................ 1933-34 ........................ 1934-35 ........................ 1934-35 ........................ 1935-36 ........................ 1935-36 ........................ 1936-37 ........................ 1936-37 ........................ 1937-38 ........................ 1937-38 ........................ 1938-39 ........................ 1938-39 ........................ 1939-40 ........................ 1939-40 ........................ 1940-41 ........................

....................... 88-60 ....................... 90-57 ..................... 107-61 ....................... 77-62 ....................... 67-64 ....................... 85-63 ....................... 99-74 On the Road: 0-0

hL ........................ 32-42 hL ........................ 25-34 aL ......................... 23-31 aL ......................... 33-43 hL ........................ 34-38 aW ....................... 35-32 hL ........................ 28-29 aW ....................... 30-26 hW ....................... 28-14 hW ....................... 37-26 aL ......................... 21-22 aL ......................... 23-50 hL ........................ 33-49 aL ......................... 35-37 hL ........................ 40-43 hW ....................... 38-27 aL ......................... 35-44 aL ......................... 29-32

1940-41 ........................ 1941-42 ........................ 1941-42 ........................ 1947-48 ........................ 1947-48 ........................ 1948-49 ........................ 1948-49 ........................ 1949-50 ........................ 1949-50 ........................ 1950-51 ........................ 1950-51 ........................ 1951-52 ........................ 1952-53 ........................ 1952-53 ........................ 1953-54 ........................ 1953-54 ........................ 1954-55 ........................ 1954-55 ........................ 1955-56 ........................ 1955-56 ........................ 1956-57 ........................ 1956-57 ........................ 1957-58 ........................ 1957-58 ........................ 1958-59 ........................ 1958-59 ........................ 1959-60 ........................ 1959-60 ........................ 1960-61 ........................ 1960-61 ........................ 1992-93 ........................ 2001-02 ........................ At Home: 19-7

hW ....................... 43-41 hW ....................... 32-29 aL ......................... 28-41 hL ......................... 32-43 aL ......................... 44-58 hW ....................... 67-57 aL ......................... 51-63 aL ......................... 49-66 hW ....................... 56-39 hW ....................... 59-53 aL ......................... 40-57 aW ........................ 45-38 aL ......................... 40-55 hW ....................... 96-83 aL ......................... 73-94 hW ....................... 81-58 aW ........................ 96-73 hW ....................... 83-45 hW ....................... 96-77 aL ......................... 81-90 aW ...................... 101-74 hW ....................... 89-73 aW ........................ 76-59 hW ....................... 64-63 aL ......................... 79-82 hW ....................... 63-60 hW ....................... 84-65 aL ......................... 67-69 aW ........................ 83-70 hW ....................... 82-73 hW ..................... 101-71 hW ....................... 79-73 On the Road: 7-17

TEXAS (1-2) 1965-66 ........................ 1972-73 ........................ 1973-74 ........................ At Home: 1-2 .................

hL ......................... 72-80 hL ......................... 79-80 hW ....................... 90-82 On the Road: 0-0

TEXAS A&M (3-4) 1957-58 ........................ 1961-62 ........................ 1962-63 ........................ 1964-65 ........................ 1964-65 ........................ 1965-66 ........................ 1966-67 ........................ At Home: 3-1

hL ......................... 68-71 hW ....................... 62-60 aL ......................... 67-78 hW ....................... 82-73 aL ......................... 71-81 aL ......................... 84-93 hW ....................... 66-56 On the Road: 0-3

TEXAS-ARLINGTON (1-0) 1968-69 ........................ hW ....................... 81-49 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 TCU (7-0) 1966-67 ........................ 1967-68 ........................ 1976-77 ........................ 2001-02 ........................ 2001-02 ........................ 2002-03 ........................ 2002-03 ........................ At Home: 4-0

aW ........................ 56-54 hW ....................... 65-61 hW ..................... 116-72 aW ........................ 98-93 hW ....................... 98-72 aW ........................ 84-69 hW ....................... 88-64 On the Road: 3-0

TEXAS-EL PASO (Texas Western) (4-1) 1955-56 ........................ aW ........................ 71-70 1956-57 ........................ hW ....................... 77-48 1971-72 ........................ aL ......................... 79-85 1977-78 ........................ aW ........................ 71-65 2000-01 ........................ hW ....................... 90-65 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 2-1

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SERIES RECORDS TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO (1-0) 1993-94 ........................ hW ....................... 78-72 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0

2002-03 ........................ aW ....................... 58-57 At Home: 18-12 On the Road: 11-7 Neutral Site: 1-0

TEXAS SOUTHERN (3-0) 1989-90 ........................ hW ....................... 85-82 1991-92 ........................ hW ....................... 71-53 1996-97 ........................ hW ....................... 76-53 At Home: 3-0 On the Road: 0-0

TULSA (8-12) 1964-65 ........................ 1966-67 ........................ 1967-68 ........................ 1967-68 ........................ 1968-69 ........................ 1968-69 ........................ 1969-70 ........................ 1969-70 ........................ 1969-70 ........................ 1970-71 ........................ 1970-71 ........................ 1971-72 ........................ 1971-72 ........................ 1972-73 ........................ 1973-74 ........................ 1974-75 ........................ 1975-76 ........................ 1987-88 ........................ 1988-89 ........................ 2000-01 ........................ At Home: 4-6 Neutral Site: 0-1

aL ......................... 63-80 hL ........................ 43-54 hL ........................ 47-64 aL ......................... 48-52 aL ......................... 69-70 hL ........................ 56-62 hL ........................ 72-82 hL ........................ 61-77 aL ......................... 78-87 aL ......................... 85-90 hL ........................ 91-94 hW ....................... 99-72 aW ....................... 91-90 aW ................ 91-87 (OT) hW ....................... 67-64 aW ....................... 88-80 hW ....................... 91-83 aW ....................... 54-47 hW ....................... 77-59 nL ........................ 64-72 On the Road: 4-5

UAB (19-8) 1983-84 ........................ 1984-85 ........................ 1990-91 ........................ 1991-92 ........................ 1991-92 ........................ 1991-92 ........................ 1992-93 ........................ 1992-93 ........................ 1993-94 ........................ 1993-94 ........................ 1993-94 ........................ 1994-95 ........................ 1994-95 ........................ 1995-96 ........................ 1996-97 ........................ 1997-98 ........................ 1997-98 ........................ 1998-99 ........................ 1998-99 ........................ 1999-00 ........................ 1999-00 ........................ 2000-01 ........................ 2000-01 ........................ 2001-02 ........................ 2001-02 ........................ 2002-03 ........................ 2002-03 ........................ At Home: 11-2 Neutral Site: 3-0

hW ................ 53-51 (OT) nW ................ 67-66 (OT) hW ....................... 82-76 aW ....................... 67-63 hW ....................... 63-58 nW ....................... 79-67 hL ........................ 47-50 aW ....................... 69-53 aL ......................... 57-85 hW ....................... 58-53 nW ....................... 91-86 aL ......................... 63-80 hW ....................... 74-67 hW ....................... 86-77 aL ......................... 48-51 hW ....................... 86-70 aL ......................... 77-88 hL ........................ 83-91 aW ....................... 78-75 hW ....................... 84-70 aL ....................... 75-102 aW ................ 76-73 (OT) hW ....................... 86-69 hW ..................... 102-81 aL ......................... 46-64 hW ....................... 94-70 aW ....................... 90-79 On the Road: 5-6

TEXAS TECH (5-0) 1954-55 ........................ 1961-62 ........................ 1962-63 ........................ 1983-84 ........................ 1985-86 ........................ At Home: 3-0

hW ....................... 75-66 hW ....................... 63-62 aW ........................ 79-66 hW ....................... 53-41 aW ........................ 80-55 On the Road: 0-0

TEXAS WESLEYAN (3-0) 1959-60 ........................ hW ..................... 107-48 1961-62 ........................ hW ....................... 92-51 1969-70 ........................ hW ....................... 57-52 At Home: 3-0 On the Road: 0-0 TOLEDO (1-0) 1962-63 ........................ nW ....................... 76-61 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 TORONTO (1-0) 1958-59 ........................ hW ....................... 96-56 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 TULANE (30-9) 1976-77 ........................ 1976-77 ........................ 1977-78 ........................ 1977-78 ........................ 1978-79 ........................ 1978-79 ........................ 1979-80 ........................ 1979-80 ........................ 1980-81 ........................ 1980-81 ........................ 1981-82 ........................ 1981-82 ........................ 1982-83 ........................ 1982-83 ........................ 1983-84 ........................ 1983-84 ........................ 1984-85 ........................ 1984-85 ........................ 1989-90 ........................ 1989-90 ........................ 1990-91 ........................ 1990-91 ........................ 1990-91 ........................ 1991-92 ........................ 1992-93 ........................ 1995-96 ........................ 1996-97 ........................ 1997-98 ........................ 1997-98 ........................ 1998-99 ........................ 1998-99 ........................ 1999-00 ........................ 1999-00 ........................ 2000-01 ........................ 2000-01 ........................ 2001-02 ........................ 2001-02 ........................ 2002-03 ........................

hW ....................... 78-64 hW ....................... 94-80 aW ........................ 86-78 hW ..................... 101-91 aW ........................ 87-81 hW ................ 89-82 (OT) hW ....................... 82-79 aL ......................... 74-86 aW ........................ 67-55 hW ....................... 91-79 aL .................. 54-58 (OT) hW ....................... 62-60 hL ......................... 56-58 aL ......................... 47-49 aW ........................ 67-65 hW ....................... 57-50 hW ....................... 56-52 aW ........................ 60-49 aL ......................... 80-81 hW ....................... 85-74 hW ....................... 66-64 aL ......................... 69-85 nW ....................... 84-77 aW ........................ 68-67 hL ......................... 85-86 hW ....................... 86-75 aW ........................ 62-56 hW ....................... 64-59 aW ........................ 83-77 hW ....................... 83-68 aL ......................... 79-85 aL ......................... 63-64 hW ....................... 77-49 aW ........................ 91-69 hW ....................... 91-64 aW ........................ 78-70 hW ....................... 78-72 hW ....................... 85-73

UCF (Florida Tech) (3-0) 1972-73 ........................ hW ..................... 124-75 1975-76 ........................ hW ....................... 76-57 1976-77 ........................ hW ....................... 84-53 At Home: 3-0 On the Road: 0-0 UCLA (1-3) 1972-73 ........................ 1974-75 ........................ 1983-84 ........................ 1984-85 ........................ At Home: 1-0 Neutral Site: 0-1

nL ........................ 66-87 aL ....................... 94-113 aL ......................... 51-65 hW ....................... 86-70 On the Road: 0-2

UNION (Tenn.) (28-23) 1920-21 ........................ 1920-21 ........................ 1921-22 ........................ 1922-23 ........................ 1923-24 ........................ 1923-24 ........................ 1926-27 ........................ 1932-33 ........................ 1932-33 ........................ 1933-34 ........................ 1933-34 ........................ 1934-35 ........................ 1934-35 ........................ 1935-36 ........................ 1935-36 ........................ 1936-37 ........................ 1936-37 ........................ 1937-38 ........................ 1937-38 ........................ 1938-39 ........................ 1938-39 ........................ 1939-40 ........................ 1939-40 ........................ 1940-41 ........................ 1941-42 ........................ 1941-42 ........................ 1945-46 ........................ 1946-47 ........................ 1946-47 ........................ 1947-48 ........................ 1947-48 ........................ 1948-49 ........................ 1948-49 ........................ 1949-50 ........................ 1949-50 ........................ 1950-51 ........................ 1950-51 ........................ 1951-52 ........................ 1951-52 ........................ 1953-54 ........................ 1954-55 ........................ 1955-56 ........................ 1957-58 ........................ 1965-66 ........................ 1966-67 ........................ 1967-68 ........................ 1968-69 ........................ 1969-70 ........................ 1970-71 ........................ 1971-72 ........................ 1974-75 ........................ At Home: 17-12

hL ......................... 35-37 hW ....................... 26-19 aL ......................... 25-31 aW ........................ 29-16 hW ....................... 27-20 aL ......................... 17-19 aW ........................ 32-26 aL ......................... 29-54 hL ......................... 32-43 aL ......................... 24-38 hL ......................... 30-37 hL ......................... 23-52 aL ......................... 31-43 hL ......................... 27-35 aL ......................... 31-43 hL ......................... 25-41 aL ......................... 23-32 hL ......................... 32-58 aL ......................... 26-42 aL ......................... 20-33 hW ................ 43-39 (OT) hW ....................... 52-40 aL ......................... 47-65 aW ........................ 45-38 hL ......................... 43-45 aW ........................ 47-41 hW ....................... 41-39 hL ......................... 38-42 aW ........................ 67-55 hW ....................... 54-40 aW ........................ 63-38 aW ........................ 51-50 hL ......................... 50-68 aL ......................... 51-52 hW ....................... 73-33 aW ........................ 82-46 hW ....................... 90-50 aW ........................ 70-56 hW ....................... 89-55 hW ....................... 96-67 aW ........................ 99-67 aW ...................... 136-70 hW ....................... 96-69 hW ....................... 77-59 hW ....................... 55-47 hW ....................... 54-41 hL ......................... 53-61 hL ......................... 62-63 hW ....................... 88-73 hW ..................... 101-79 hW ..................... 105-52 On the Road: 11-11

UNLV (1-4) 1970-71 ........................ 1985-86 ........................ 1986-87 ........................ 1988-89 ........................ 1996-97 ........................ At Home: 0-1 Neutral Site: 0-1

aW ........................ 83-76 aL ......................... 66-67 hL ......................... 77-80 nL .................. 86-90 (OT) aL ......................... 62-66 On the Road: 1-2

UTAH (2-2) 1956-57 ........................ 1973-74 ........................ 2000-01 ........................ 2000-01 ........................ At Home: 0-0 Neutral Site: 1-2

nW ....................... 77-75 nL ......................... 78-92 nL ......................... 58-61 aW ........................ 71-62 On the Road: 1-0

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SERIES RECORDS VALDOSTA STATE (1-0) 1978-79 ........................ hW ....................... 89-69 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 VANDERBILT (4-8) 1963-64 ........................ 1971-72 ........................ 1972-73 ........................ 1973-74 ........................ 1979-80 ........................ 1980-81 ........................ 1991-92 ........................ 1992-93 ........................ 1996-97 ........................ 1996-97 ........................ 1997-98 ........................ 1998-99 ........................ At Home: 2-3 VILLANOVA (3-8) 1960-61 ........................ 1961-62 ........................ 1962-63 ........................ 1964-65 ........................ 1965-66 ........................ 1965-66 ........................ 1966-67 ........................ 1966-67 ........................ 1981-82 ........................ 1984-85 ........................ 2002-03 ........................ At Home: 2-2 Neutral Site: 0-2

aL ......................... 79-85 aL ......................... 71-72 aW ........................ 74-71 hL ......................... 71-75 hL ......................... 72-87 aL ....................... 96-111 aW ................. 72-70 (OT) hW ....................... 84-78 hL ......................... 59-66 aL ......................... 62-69 aL ......................... 77-86 hW ....................... 65-56 On the Road: 2-5

aW ........................ 78-74 aL ....................... 84-109 hL ......................... 54-59 aL ......................... 58-91 hL ......................... 69-70 aL ......................... 78-84 hW ....................... 58-40 aL ......................... 48-66 nL ......................... 66-70 nL ......................... 45-52 hW ....................... 72-68 On the Road: 1-4

VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH (4-1) 1975-76 ........................ hW ....................... 92-72 1984-85 ........................ hW ....................... 81-73 1988-89 ........................ hW ....................... 89-69 1989-90 ........................ aL .................. 69-70 (OT) 1991-92 ........................ hW ....................... 85-58 At Home: 4-0 On the Road: 0-1 VMI (1-0) 1957-58 ........................ hW ....................... 72-58 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 VIRGINIA TECH (17-12) 1975-76 ........................ 1976-77 ........................ 1979-80 ........................ 1979-80 ........................ 1980-81 ........................ 1980-81 ........................ 1980-81 ........................ 1981-82 ........................ 1981-82 ........................ 1981-82 ........................ 1982-83 ........................ 1982-83 ........................ 1983-84 ........................ 1983-84 ........................ 1983-84 ........................ 1984-85 ........................ 1984-85 ........................ 1985-86 ........................ 1985-86 ........................ 1986-87 ........................ 1986-87 ........................ 1987-88 ........................ 1987-88 ........................ 1988-89 ........................ 1988-89 ........................

hL ......................... 71-72 aL ......................... 69-70 aW ................. 70-69 (OT) hW ....................... 65-63 hW ....................... 70-60 aL ......................... 70-71 nL ......................... 66-72 aW ........................ 78-73 hW ....................... 83-78 hW ....................... 71-70 aL ......................... 56-64 hW ....................... 73-64 hW ....................... 63-62 aL ......................... 69-89 hW ....................... 78-65 aW ........................ 89-79 hW ....................... 91-82 hW ....................... 83-61 aL ......................... 72-76 hW ....................... 83-66 aW ........................ 74-65 aL ......................... 80-82 hW ................... 112-104 hW ....................... 91-83 aL ......................... 73-78

1989-90 ........................ 1989-90 ........................ 1990-91 ........................ 1990-91 ........................ At Home: 13-2 Neutral Site: 0-1

hW ....................... 97-77 aL ......................... 74-87 aL ......................... 66-81 hL ........................ 79-82 On the Road: 4-9

WAKE FOREST (1-0) 1981-82 ........................ nW ....................... 56-55 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 1-0 WASHINGTON (1-1) 1987-88 ........................ hW ....................... 86-57 1988-89 ........................ aL ......................... 88-89 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-1 WASHINGTON (Mo.) (1-0) 1955-56 ........................ aW ....................... 73-71 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 1-0 WAYNE STATE (0-1) 1952-53 ........................ aL ......................... 65-74 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-1 WEST ALABAMA (Livingston) (2-0) 1980-81 ........................ hW ....................... 87-60 1981-82 ........................ hW ....................... 60-40 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-0 WEST TEXAS STATE (3-0) 1972-73 ........................ hW ..................... 116-79 1973-74 ........................ aW ....................... 53-49 1982-83 ........................ hW ....................... 89-74 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 1-0 WEST VIRGINIA (1-1) 1955-56 ........................ aW ....................... 84-69 1960-61 ........................ nL ................. 82-86 (OT) At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 1-0 Neutral Site: 0-1 WESTERN KENTUCKY (8-9) 1933-34 ........................ hL ........................ 16-28 1933-34 ........................ aL ......................... 33-46 1948-49 ........................ aL ......................... 51-78 1953-54 ........................ aL ......................... 53-63 1955-56 ........................ hW ....................... 80-64 1956-57 ........................ hW ....................... 86-84 1956-57 ........................ aW ....................... 98-82 1960-61 ........................ nW ....................... 95-74 1963-64 ........................ nW ....................... 88-83 1965-66 ........................ aL ....................... 61-100 1966-67 ........................ hL ........................ 44-52 1974-75 ........................ hW ....................... 79-72 1975-76 ........................ aL ......................... 84-87 1976-77 ........................ hW ....................... 97-75 1977-78 ........................ aW ....................... 86-80 1986-87 ........................ nL ........................ 67-68 1992-93 ........................ nL ........................ 52-55 At Home: 4-2 On the Road: 2-5 Neutral Site: 2-2 WHITMAN COLLEGE (Wash.) (0-1) 1951-52 ........................ aL ......................... 52-55 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-1 WHITWORTH COLLEGE (2-0) 1951-52 ........................ aW ....................... 69-60 1951-52 ........................ aW ....................... 66-55 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 2-0

WICHITA STATE (10-7) 1967-68 ........................ 1967-68 ........................ 1968-69 ........................ 1968-69 ........................ 1969-70 ........................ 1969-70 ........................ 1970-71 ........................ 1970-71 ........................ 1971-72 ........................ 1971-72 ........................ 1972-73 ........................ 1973-74 ........................ 1974-75 ........................ 1974-75 ........................ 1975-76 ........................ 1975-76 ........................ 1982-83 ........................ At Home: 7-2

aL ......................... 69-77 hW ....................... 67-55 aL ......................... 69-71 hL ......................... 61-71 hW ....................... 84-81 aL ......................... 72-79 aL ......................... 87-98 hW ....................... 85-77 hW ....................... 71-69 aW ...................... 108-98 hW ....................... 99-77 aW ........................ 91-90 hL ......................... 91-95 aW ........................ 78-76 hW ....................... 75-68 aL ......................... 70-81 hW ....................... 85-73 On the Road: 3-5

WILLIAM & MARY (1-0) 1961-62 ........................ hW ....................... 88-70 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 WILL MAYFIELD (Mo.) (3-0) 1927-28 ........................ nW 1928-29 ........................ nW 1929-30 ........................ hW At Home: 1-0 Neutral Site: 2-0

....................... 45-23 ....................... 44-22 ....................... 27-14 On the Road: 0-0

WISCONSIN (0-1) 1996-97 ........................ nL ......................... 46-49 At Home: 0-0 On the Road: 0-0 Neutral Site: 0-1 WISCONSIN-GREEN BAY (1-0) 1974-75 ........................ hW ....................... 75-67 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE (2-0) 1973-74 ........................ hW ....................... 89-68 1974-75 ........................ hW ....................... 81-69 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-0 WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE (0-1) 1979-80 ........................ hL ......................... 69-71 At Home: 0-1 On the Road: 0-0 WOFFORD (1-0) 2001-02 ........................ hW ....................... 88-61 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0 WYOMING (2-1) 1982-83 ........................ hW ....................... 71-45 1989-90 ........................ hW ....................... 91-75 1990-91 ........................ aL ......................... 72-97 At Home: 2-0 On the Road: 0-1 XAVIER (1-5) 1954-55 ........................ 1954-55 ........................ 1963-64 ........................ 1964-65 ........................ 1965-66 ........................ 1966-67 ........................ At Home: 1-2

aL ......................... 72-81 hW ....................... 81-67 hL ......................... 86-99 aL ......................... 74-95 hL ..................... 107-110 aL ......................... 78-88 On the Road: 0-3

YALE (1-0) 1966-67 ........................ hW ....................... 57-43 At Home: 1-0 On the Road: 0-0

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CONFERENCE SERIES RECORDS ATLANTIC 10 (19-29) Dayton .................................... 7-12 Duquesne .................................. 0-2 Fordham .................................... 1-1 George Washington ..................... 0-1 Massachusetts ............................ 0-1 Rhode Island .............................. 0-1 Richmond .................................. 3-0 St. Bonaventure .......................... 1-1 St. Joseph’s ................................ 1-0 Temple ...................................... 5-5 Xavier ........................................ 1-5 ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE (38-28) Florida State ........................... 31-22 Georgia Tech .............................. 3-3 Maryland ................................... 2-0 North Carolina State ..................... 1-3 Wake Forest ............................... 1-0 BIG 12 CONFERENCE (32-17) Baylor ....................................... 6-1 Kansas ....................................... 2-3 Kansas State ............................... 2-1 Missouri .................................... 6-4 Nebraska ................................... 1-0 Oklahoma .................................. 4-0 Oklahoma State ........................... 2-2 Texas ........................................ 1-2 Texas A&M ................................ 3-4 Texas Tech ................................. 5-0

CONFERENCE USA (249-184) Charlotte .................................... 5-5 Cincinnati ............................... 27-34 DePaul .................................. 13-11 East Carolina ............................... 1-0 Houston ................................... 12-9 Louisville ................................ 32-48 Marquette .............................. 12-12 Saint Louis ............................. 30-23 South Florida ............................ 15-3 Southern Mississippi ................ 46-22 TCU .......................................... 7-0 Tulane ..................................... 30-9 UAB ........................................ 19-8 HORIZON LEAGUE (7-4) Detroit ....................................... 3-1 Loyola ....................................... 1-3 Wisconsin-Green Bay ................... 1-0 Wisconsin-Milwaukee ................... 2-0 IVY LEAGUE (9-1) Brown ....................................... 3-0 Columbia ................................... 1-0 Cornell ...................................... 1-0 Dartmouth ................................. 1-1 Pennsylvania .............................. 1-0 Princeton ................................... 1-0 Yale .......................................... 1-0 METRO ATLANTIC ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (4-4) Canisius ..................................... 0-2 Iona .......................................... 2-0 Manhattan .................................. 1-1 Marist ........................................ 1-0 Sienna ....................................... 0-1

BIG EAST CONFERENCE (34-37) Boston College ........................... 1-1 Georgetown ............................... 1-6 Miami ........................................ 6-5 Pittsburgh .................................. 1-0 Providence ................................. 1-2 St. John’s ................................... 0-1 Seton Hall .................................. 2-1 Syracuse .................................... 1-0 Villanova .................................... 3-8 Virginia Tech ........................... 17-12 West Virginia .............................. 1-1

MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE (12-1) Ball State .................................... 5-0 Eastern Michigan ......................... 1-0 Kent State .................................. 3-0 Marshall ..................................... 1-1 Miami ........................................ 1-0 Toledo ....................................... 1-0

BIG SKY (2-0) Eastern Washington ..................... 1-0 Montana State ............................. 1-0

MID-CONTINENT CONFERENCE (5-2) Missouri-Kansas City .................... 1-0 Oral Roberts ............................... 4-2

BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE (3-0) Birmingham Southern .................. 3-0

MID-EASTERN CONFERENCE (5-0) Florida A&M ............................... 2-0 Howard ...................................... 1-0 South Carolina State ..................... 2-0

BIG 10 CONFERENCE (12-14) Illinois ....................................... 1-3 Indiana ...................................... 0-1 Iowa .......................................... 0-2 Michigan .................................... 2-1 Michigan State ............................ 1-0 Minnesota .................................. 2-2 Ohio State .................................. 0-1 Penn State .................................. 3-2 Purdue ...................................... 3-1 Wisconsin .................................. 0-1 BIG WEST CONFERENCE (5-2) Col Poly ..................................... 1-0 UC-Santa Barbara ........................ 3-1 Long Beach State ........................ 1-1 COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (7-2) Drexel ....................................... 0-1 North Carolina-Wilmington ............ 1-0 Old Dominion ............................. 1-0 William and Mary ......................... 1-0 Virginia Commonwealth ................ 4-1

MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE (31-32) Bradley ...................................... 9-9 Creighton ................................... 3-3 Drake ...................................... 6-11 Illinois State ................................ 1-0 Indiana State ............................... 2-0 Southern Illinois .......................... 0-2 Wichita State ............................ 10-7 MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE (9-8) Brigham Young ........................... 3-1 New Mexico ............................... 2-0 UNLV ........................................ 1-4 Utah .......................................... 2-2 Wyoming ................................... 2-1

NORTHEAST CONFERENCE (0-2) St. Francis (N.Y.) ......................... 0-1 St. Francis (Pa.) ........................... 0-1 OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE (91-61) Austin Peay .............................. 11-4 Eastern Kentucky ......................... 3-0 Morehead State ........................... 0-2 Murray State ........................... 34-26 Southeast Missouri State ............... 1-2 Tennessee-Martin ........................ 9-3 Tennessee State .......................... 7-0 Tennessee Tech ...................... 26-24 PACIFIC-10 CONFERENCE (8-11) Arizona ...................................... 3-2 Arizona State .............................. 1-2 Oregon State .............................. 1-1 Southern California ...................... 1-1 Stanford ..................................... 0-1 UCLA ........................................ 1-3 Washington ................................ 1-1 PATRIOT LEAGUE (2-1) Army ......................................... 1-0 Holy Cross ................................. 0-1 Navy ......................................... 1-0 SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE (79-62) Alabama .................................... 4-2 Arkansas ................................ 10-11 Auburn ...................................... 0-1 Florida ....................................... 0-1 Georgia ..................................... 1-1 Louisiana State ............................ 2-2 Mississippi ............................. 23-10 Mississippi State ...................... 12-11 South Carolina .......................... 17-5 Tennessee ............................... 6-10 Vanderbilt .................................. 4-8 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE (19-8) Chattanooga ............................... 8-2 The Citadel ................................. 3-2 Davidson ................................... 0-1 East Tennessee State ................... 3-3 Furman ...................................... 2-0 North Carolina-Greensboro ........... 1-0 VMI ........................................... 1-0 Wofford ..................................... 1-0 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE (23-1) Lamar ........................................ 1-1 Louisiana-Monroe ...................... 10-0 McNeese State ........................... 2-0 Nicholls State .............................. 1-0 Northwestern State ...................... 4-0 Sam Houston State ...................... 2-0 Southeastern Louisiana ................. 1-0 Texas-Arlington ........................... 1-0 Texas-San Antonio ....................... 1-0 SOUTHWESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (21-1) Alabama A&M ............................. 1-0 Alcorn State ............................... 2-0 Arkansas-Pine Bluff ...................... 2-0 Grambling State .......................... 2-0 Jackson State ............................ 10-1 Prairie View ................................ 1-0 Texas Southern ........................... 3-0

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SUN BELT CONFERENCE (101-61) Arkansas-Little Rock ..................... 2-0 Arkansas State ........................ 27-28 Florida International ..................... 1-0 Idaho ........................................ 1-1 Louisiana-Lafayette ...................... 8-1 Louisiana Tech ............................ 1-1 Middle Tennessee State ............ 24-14 New Mexico State ........................ 5-1 New Orleans .............................. 8-0 North Texas .............................. 15-6 South Alabama ............................ 1-0 Western Kentucky ....................... 8-9 TRANS AMERICA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (20-3) Georgia State .............................. 7-0 Jacksonville, Fla. .......................... 4-1 Jacksonville State ......................... 1-1 Mercer ...................................... 2-0 Samford ..................................... 2-1 Stetson ...................................... 1-0 UCF .......................................... 3-0 WEST COAST CONFERENCE (7-7) Gonzaga .................................... 0-1 Pepperdine ................................ 5-1 Portland ..................................... 0-3 San Francisco ............................. 2-0 Santa Clara ................................. 0-2 WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE (19-18) Fresno State ............................... 2-1 Hawaii ....................................... 2-3 Rice .......................................... 2-0 Southern Methodist ..................... 1-1 Texas-El Paso .............................. 4-1 Tulsa ....................................... 8-12 DIVISION I INDEPENDENTS Centenary .................................. 7-5

CONFERENCE USA NUMBERS REGULAR SEASON SINCE ’95-96 INAUGURAL SEASON (69-39) Charlotte ................................ 4-5 Cincinnati ............................... 2-6 DePaul .................................. 4-3 East Carolina ........................... 1-0 Houston ................................. 9-6 Louisville ................................ 6-4 Marquette .............................. 4-2 Saint Louis ............................. 5-2 South Florida ........................ 12-2 Southern Mississippi ................ 8-7 TCU ...................................... 4-0 Tulane ................................. 12-2 UAB ...................................... 9-5 C-USA TOURNAMENT (4-8) Cincinnati ............................... 0-1 DePaul .................................. 1-1 Houston ................................. 0-1 Louisville ................................ 0-1 Marquette .............................. 1-2 Southern Mississippi ................ 0-1 South Florida .......................... 2-1


ALL-TIME RESUL TS Weekly Associated Press national rankings are designated in far right column while opponent rankings are designated in parenthesis.

1920-21

Record: 22-8

Coach: Frederick Grantham 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 L 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

Record: 4-9

Home: 4-2, Away: 0-7 Coach: Lester Barnhard 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 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 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: 1-7

Home: 1-1, Away: 0-6 Coach: W.H. DePriest 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 49 at YMCA .......................... 16

1922-23

1923-24

1926-27

Record: 6-4

Home: 3-1, Away: 3-3 Coach: Lester Barnhard 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 YMCA ....... 15 29 W 27 Hendrix College ....... 24 (OT) 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

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

38 36 37 35 30 32 30 28 24 38 51 26 30 34 20

*at Jonesboro College....... 31 *Lambuth (Messick HS) .... 26 at Catholic Club ............... 35 UT-Martin JC ................... 58 at Elks Club..................... 79 *Jonesboro College .......... 17 *at Lambuth .................... 43 at Rhodes College ........... 57 *at Bethel ....................... 30 *at UT Martin ................... 45 UT Doctors (Messick) ...... 18 at Earle, Ark. ................... 69 at Arkansas A&M ............. 34 Arkansas A&M ................ 30 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-Martin JC ................... 38 * - Mississippi Valley Conference games

1928-29

Record: 15-3

Home: 7-1, Away: 6-2, Neutral: 2-0 Mississippi Valley Conference: 8-0 Coach: Zach Curlin 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 Martin JC ............... 20 16 W 38 *at Murray State .............. 30 19 W 50 *UT-Martin 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 games

Record: 5-7

Home: 2-3, Away: 3-4 Coach: Zach Curlin 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

NOTE: Memphis also defeated Union at home during the 1922-23 season, however score and date are unavailable.

Record: 4-5

Home: 3-4, Away: 1-1 Coach: Zach Curlin 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

18 20 25 28 31 F. 3 4 7 10 11 13 15 17 20 24

Record: 10-11

Home: 5-2, Away: 3-8, Neutral: 2-1 Mississippi Valley Conference: 5-3 Coach: Zach Curlin J. 6 W 62 *at Delta State .................... 6 11 W 50 *Bethel (Messick HS) ........ 19 13 L 24 Rhodes College ................ 32

1929-30

Record: 16-8

Home: 11-1, Away: 5-7 Mississippi Valley Conference: 12-2 Coach: Zach Curlin J. 3 W 22 Arkansas A&M ................ 15 4 W 38 *at Caruthersville JC ......... 31 10 W 32 *UT-Martin JC .................. 10 13 W 27 *Will Mayfield (Mo.) ......... 14 17 W 34 *at UT-Martin 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 21 L 21 at Arkansas A&M ............. 26

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ALL-TIME RESUL TS 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 games

1930-31

Record: 14-2

Home: 7-0, Away: 6-1, Neutral: 1-1 Mississippi Valley Conference: 11-1 Coach: Zach Curlin 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

1931-32

Record: 11-10

Home: 7-3, Away: 3-6, Neutral: 1-1 Mississippi Valley Conference: 9-5 Coach: Zach Curlin 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-Martin 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-Martin 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

Large crowds were the norm even back in the 1930s and 1940s when the Tigers took the court in Memorial Gym. Memphis played in the campus facility from 1929-51 before moving to what is now known as the Elma Roane Fieldhouse on the U of M campus. F.

30 30 29 42 36 32 34

*at Bethel College ............. 39 *Delta State ..................... 37 at Union .......................... 54 *Lambuth ........................ 26 Freed-Hardeman .............. 27 Union ............................. 43 *at Lambuth ..................... 30

27 L 34 Delta State ....................... 40 * - Mississippi Valley Conference games

1933-34

Mississippi Valley Tournament, Jackson, Tenn.

1932-33

L L L W W L W

Mississippi Valley Tournament, Jackson, Tenn.

M. 4 W 44 UT-Martin JC .................... 25 5 L 36 Caruthersville (Mo.) JC ...... 45 * - Mississippi Valley Conference games Record: 7-6

Home: 5-2, Away: 2-3, Neutral: 0-1 Mississippi Valley Conference: 5-3 Coach: Zach Curlin 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 1 3 7 10 11 13

Record: 5-14

Home: 3-7, Away: 2-7 Coach: Zach Curlin J. 2 L 16 Western Kentucky ............ 28 9 L 24 at Union .......................... 38 11 L 30 Lambuth ......................... 41 13 L 27 at Arkansas A&M ............. 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 A&M ................. 32 17 L 18 Middle Tennessee ............ 36

20 W 22 W

36 Northwest Mississippi JC .. 17 26 David Lipscomb .............. 22

1934-35

Record: 5-15

Home: 3-8, Away: 2-7 Coach: Zach Curlin 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 19 L 28 Tennessee Tech .............. 29 22 L 31 at Union ......................... 43 25 W 32 Arkansas State ................ 31 26 W 41 at Delta State .................. 40 30 L 17 Freed-Hardeman ............. 40 F. 1 L 22 Lambuth ......................... 42 2 L 23 at Arkansas State ............. 51 7 L 32 Murray State ................... 47 8 L 14 at Southeast Missouri....... 35 14 L 31 Delta State ...................... 35 15 L NA at David Lipscomb ........... NA 16 L 28 Lambuth ......................... 41 22 L 27 at Freed-Hardeman .......... 59 23 W 33 Middle Tennessee ........... 23

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ALL-TIME RESUL TS 1935-36

Record: 7-7

Home: 4-4, Away: 3-3 Coach: Zach Curlin 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

1936-37

Record: 5-7

1938-39

43 35 43 42

Jacksonville (Ala.) ............. 47 Murray State .................... 40 Union ..................... 39 (OT) at Delta State ................... 69

Record: 0-14

Record: 9-8

Home: 5-4, Away: 3-3, Neutral: 1-1 Coach: Zach Curlin 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 ....... 41 (OT) 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.

1941-42

Record: 2-13

Record: 7-9

Home: 6-3, Away: 1-6 Coach: Zach Curlin D. 23 L 29 Ole Miss ......................... 40 J. 6 L 44 at Arkansas State .............. 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 Teachers ........... 38 26 L 35 at Middle Tennessee ........ 52 27 L 35 at Tennessee Tech ........... 44 F. 3 W 46 Rhodes College ..... 44 (2 OT) 6 W 52 Union ............................. 40 7 L 41 Arkansas State ................. 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

Home: 0-7, Away: 0-7 Coach: Zach Curlin J. 7 L 16 at Murray State ................ 42 8 L 25 at Arkansas State .............. 41 13 L 36 at Delta State ................... 64 14 L 31 at Mississippi Southern ..... 50 22 L 20 Arkansas State ................. 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

Home: 2-7, Away: 0-6 Coach: Zach Curlin J. 9 L 32 at Arkansas State .............. 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 ................. 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

L L W L

1939-40

Home: 3-3, Away: 2-4 Coach: Zach Curlin 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 ..................... 31 18 L 23 at Union .......................... 32 26 W 41 at Delta State ................... 40

1937-38

10 11 16 17

Record: 7-9

Home: 5-3, Away: 2-5, Neutral: 0-1 Coach: Zach Curlin 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 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

1942-43

Record: 7-4

Home: 5-3, Away: 1-1, Neutral: 1-0 Coach: Zach Curlin 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 J. 11 L 41 at Rhodes College ........... 47 13 L 39 Rhodes College ............... 43 20 W 44 at Arkansas State ............. 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 ................ 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 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 ............. 56 8 W 41 at Rhodes College ........... 33 15 L 37 Arkansas State ................ 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 J. 4 W 46 Middle Tennessee ........... 38 7 W 49 Southwestern........... 46 (OT) 10 L 35 at Delta State .................. 76 13 W 56 General Appliances ......... 17 17 L 38 Union ............................. 42 20 L 37 at Arkansas State ............. 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

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4 L 38 at NATTC (Millington) ....... 45 6 W 62 #Arkansas State ............... 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 Arkansas State (OT) .......... 58 # - Osceola, Arkansas

1947-48

1949-50

Home: 8-1, Away: 2-7, Neutral: 2-1 Coach: McCoy Tarry D. 3 W 57 at NATTC (Millington) ....... 39 7 L 58 at Louisville ..................... 79 9 W 64 Middle Tennessee St ........ 50 17 W 68 Austin Peay ..................... 63 Mid-West Tournament, Terre Haute, Ind.

Record: 13-10

Home: 9-3, Away: 3-7, Neutral: 1-0 Coach: Zach Curlin D. 11 W 53 Middle Tennessee ............ 45 13 W 56 Austin Peay ..................... 48 J. 6 L 41 at Southwestern ............... 48 7 L 43 at Murray State ................ 61 10 L 50 Arkansas State ................. 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 .............. 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 D. 17 W 51 at Union .......................... 50 18 W 71 Austin Peay ..................... 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 .................. 63 15 W 59 at Arkansas State .............. 55 18 L 51 at Western Kentucky (3) ... 78 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 ................. 61 25 W 75 at Rhodes College ............ 65

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 .................. 62 21 L 49 at Tennessee Tech ........... 66 25 W 54 Arkansas State ................. 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 .............. 52 14 W 61 Chattanooga .................... 49 18 L 56 at Southern Illinois ........... 58 20 L 57 at Murray State (10) ......... 64 24 W 82 Rhodes College ................ 50 # - Messick Gym, Memphis ^ - Shelby County Building, Mid-South Fairgrounds

1950-51

NAIB State Tournament, Memphis, Tenn.

78 Southern ......................... 65 74 Tennessee Tech ............... 62

NAIB National Tournament, Portland, Ore.

12 W 14 W 15 L

76 vs Portland ...................... 74 81 vs Hastings ...................... 79 67 vs Baldwin-Wallace ........... 90

1951-52

L W W W W

49 79 67 69 66

at Portland ...................... 78 at Eastern Oregon ........... 63 at Eastern Washington ..... 53 at Whitworth (Wash.) ....... 60 at Whitworth (Wash.) ....... 55

2 4 5 11 12 15 16 18 21 22 26 31 F. 2 7 11 15 16 22 25 27

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

61 60 62 47 72 51 85 65 79 70 74 92 70 89 47 60 61 66 100 62

at Hawaii............... 68 (2 OT) at Universal Motors .......... 58 at Air Training Service ...... 47 at Spring Hill (Ala.) ........... 48 at Southern Mississippi .... 57 Murray State ................... 47 at Rhodes College ........... 39 Bethel College ................ 31 Southern Mississippi........ 57 at Union ......................... 56 Austin Peay .................... 51 Middle Tennessee ........... 57 at Murray State................ 72 Union ............................. 55 Mississippi...................... 42 at Austin Peay ....... 62 (2 OT) at Middle Tennessee ........ 46 at Lambuth ..................... 57 Rhoades College ............. 39 NATTC (Millington).......... 52

Honolulu, Hi.

J.

NAIB State Tournament, Cookeville, Tenn.

M. 3 W 4 W

52 *Middle Tennessee .......... 39 45 *at Tennessee Tech ......... 38

NAIB National Tournament, Kansas City, Mo.

Record: 17-8

Home: 9-2, Away: 7-5, Neutral: 1-1 Coach: McCoy Tarry 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 ..................... 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 29 W 87 Loyola-New Orleans ......... 63 F. 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 .................. 55 M. 5 W 6 W

19 20 22 28 29

Record: 12-9

11 W 12 L

60 $Baltimore ...................... 39 48 $Portland ....................... 72

1952-53

Record: 10-14

Home: 8-2, Away: 2-12 Coach: Eugene Lambert 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 (Pa.) ............ 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 College ........... 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 (N.Y.) College . 67 21 L 59 at Siena (11) ................... 72 22 L 85 at Seton Hall (1) ............ 103 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 Mississippi...................... 65 27 W 118 Chattanooga ................... 71

Record: 25-10

Home: 9-1, Away: 14-8, Neutral: 2-1 Coach: Eugene Lambert 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

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ALL-TIME RESUL TS 1953-54

Record: 15-9

Home: 10-2, Away: 5-7 Coach: Eugene Lambert 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 Southern Methodist .......... 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 State . 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 State .... 65 23 L 53 at Western Ky. (4) ............ 63 28 W 86 at Mississippi Southern ..... 73 29 L 70 at Centenary College ........ 80 F. 1 W 87 Arkansas State ................. 77 4 L 59 Dayton ............................ 66 8 W 81 Tennessee Tech ............... 58 9 W 82 Mississippi ...................... 75 13 L 75 at Arkansas State .............. 85 16 W 93 North Alabama ................. 61 27 W 65 at Centenary .................... 57

1954-55

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

79 65 80 74 75 73 105 97 106 67 84 96 71 101 81 100 80 78

#Miami (Fla.) ................... 71 #at Spring Hill .................. 79 Western Kentucky ............ 64 at Arkansas State .............. 64 at Louisville (10) .............. 85 at Washington (Mo.) ......... 71 Mississippi State .............. 73 Arkansas State ................. 67 Murray State .................... 72 at St. Bonaventure ............ 79 at West Virginia ................ 69 Tennessee Tech ............... 77 at Dayton (2) ................... 85 Centenary ....................... 82 at Tennessee Tech ........... 77 at Murray State ................ 94 at Centenary ............ 84 (OT) at Northwestern State ....... 65

Madison Square Garden, New York 12 12 17 17 15 15 19 19 16 16 16 19 19 19

NCAA Tournament, Wichita, Kan.

M. 12 L

Record: 17-5

Record: 24-6

Home: 9-1, Away: 7-3, Neutral 8-2 NIT Finalist Coach: Bob Vanatta D. 1 W 88 Arkansas State ................. 68 5 W 89 at Mississippi State ........... 78 8 W 82 at Houston ...................... 78 10 W 71 at Southern Mississippi ..... 70 14 W 77 Texas-El Paso ................... 48 17 W 94 New Mexico .................... 76 20 W 70 #Spring Hill ..................... 62

Senior Bowl Tournament, Mobile, Ala.

5 W 94 at Spring Hill College ........ 83 6 W 105 Arkansas Tech ....... 102 (OT) 13 W 67 Murray State .................... 56 22 W 96 at Tennessee Tech ........... 73 24 W 104 Arkansas State ................. 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 .............. 71 19 W 83 Tennessee Tech ............... 45 26 L 68 at Centenary .................... 70 15 M. 8 L 55 $Penn State ..................... 59 19 $ - NCAA Tournament, Lexington, Ky. Record: 20-7

Home: 10-0, Away: 9-6, Neutral 1-1 Coach: Eugene Lambert D. 1 W 136 at Union .......................... 70 5 W 84 Texas A&M ...................... 71 7 W 102 Hardin Simmons .............. 52 15 W 112 Southern Mississippi ........ 76 17 W 75 at Hardin Simmons ........... 73 19 W 71 at Texas-El Paso ............... 70 21 W 98 at Arizona ................ 92 (OT) 18 J. 2 W 112 Northwestern State ........... 78

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

69 vs Manhattan .................. 88

Sugar Bowl Tournament, New Orleans

28 W 65 Loyola-New Orleans ....... 63 (OT) 30 W 47 Maryland (6) ................... 46 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 #Mississippi ................... 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 .. 79 (2 OT) 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 College ........... 54 # - Ellis Auditorium, Memphis

99 76 77 94 68 71 85 105 101 89 86 93 81 86 78 96 96 98 97

Texas Tech ...................... 77 Seattle ............................ 84 Marquette ....................... 76 Arizona ........................... 76 Oklahoma City ................. 80 at Louisville (5) ................ 93 #DePaul .......................... 81 Murray State .................... 92 at Tennessee Tech ........... 74 Tennessee Tech ............... 73 Mississippi State .............. 83 at Murray State ................ 72 #Louisville (3) ................. 78 Western Kentucky (20) ..... 84 at Centenary .................... 90 Houston .......................... 86 at Oklahoma City ............ 106 at Western Kentucky ........ 82 at Arkansas State .............. 75

20

16 16

20 19

National Invitation Tournament, New York

M. 16 W 77 ^Utah ............................. 75 18 W 85 ^Manhattan .................... 73 21 W 80 ^St. Bonaventure .... 78 (OT) 23 L 83 ^Bradley (19) ................. 84 # - Ellis Auditorium, Memphis

1957-58

1958-59

Record: 17-6

Home: 12-0, Away: 2-4, Neutral 3-2 Coach: Bob Vanatta 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

All College Tournament, Oklahoma City, Okla.

27 28 29 J. 1 5 9 12 16 19 22 26 30 F. 2 5 9 16 18 23 28

21 L

81 $Oklahoma City ............... 96

1956-57

Home: 10-1, Away: 6-3, Neutral 1-1 Coach: Eugene Lambert D. 1 W 95 Middle Tennessee ............ 80 4 L 69 at Dayton ........................ 88 6 L 72 at Xavier (Ohio) ................ 81 11 L 90 Morehead State ............. 111 16 W 70 at Murray State ................ 68 20 W 75 Texas Tech ...................... 66 22 W 86 Nebraska ......................... 79 J. 3 W 99 at Union .......................... 67

1955-56

Senior Bowl Tournament, Mobile, Ala.

4 5 10 14 18 20 27 30 F. 1 4 6 11 15 18 20 22 27 28

16 16 16 16

Record: 15-7

Home: 9-2, Away: 3-4, Neutral 3-1 Coach: Bob Vanatta 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

29 W 73 Loyola-New Orleans ........ 71 18 30 L 55 Mississippi State (8) ........ 73 J. 10 W 66 Oklahoma City (13) ......... 61 13 W 75 at Florida State ................ 72 17 L 79 at Tennessee Tech .......... 82 19 W 85 Birmingham Southern ...... 33 24 W 65 #Mississippi ................... 63 29 L 52 #Mississippi State (11) .... 53 31 L 72 at Loyola-New Orleans ..... 87 F. 1 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 24 W 96 Loyola-New Orleans ........ 62 27 W 77 Spring Hill College ........... 37 # - Ellis Auditorium, Memphis

1959-60

Record: 18-5

Home: 11-0, Away: 4-4, Neutral 3-1 National Invitation Tournament Coach: Bob Vanatta 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 Murray State Invitational, Murray, Ky.

18 19 22 J. 7 11 16 20 23 28

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W W W W W L W W W

70 79 88 81 86 52 84 96 63

#at Murray State ............. 57 #Mississippi State............ 62 Louisiana at Monroe ........ 40 Oklahoma City ................ 68 Florida State.................... 71 at Dayton ....................... 58 Tennessee Tech .............. 65 #Mississippi ................... 57 #Alabama ....................... 37


ALL-TIME RESUL TS F.

2 6 9 13 16 20 23 27

L W W L W W W W

67 100 83 75 54 70 96 79

21 L

at Tennessee Tech ........... 69 Richmond ....................... 74 at Florida State ................. 67 at Wichita State ................ 79 Loyola-New Orleans ......... 38 at Oklahoma City .............. 66 Spring Hill College ............ 55 at Loyola-New Orleans ...... 63

M. 12 L

National Invitation Tournament, New York

Record: 20-3

95 82 72 85 54 96 70 88 83 77 104 78 81 82 85

Western Kentucky ............ 74 19 West Virginia ........... 86 (OT) 19 #Southern Mississippi ...... 55 Louisiana at Monroe ......... 58 at Loyola-New Orleans ...... 45 Louisiana College ............. 39 Murray State .................... 60 #Mississippi .................... 61 at Tennessee Tech ........... 70 Dayton ............................ 96 Richmond ....................... 73 at Villanova ...................... 74 Middle Tennessee St ........ 61 Tennessee Tech ............... 73 Loyola-New Orleans ......... 51

National Invitation Tournament, New York

M. 16 L 69 Holy Cross ...................... 81 # - Ellis Auditorium, Memphis

1961-62

Record: 15-7

Home: 11-1, Away: 1-4, Neutral 3-2 NCAA Tournament Coach: Bob Vanatta 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 28 29 J. 2

L W W W

5 13 20 27 30 F. 3 6 17

W W L L W W W W

78 103 79 85

South Carolina ................. 79 Northwestern State ........... 83 Murray State .................... 67 New Mexico State ............ 70

Madison Square Garden, New York

101 87 76 84 86 90 88 101

vs Seton Hall .................... 84 at Loyola-New Orleans ...... 76 at Loyola-Chicago ........... 100 at Villanova .................... 109 The Citadel ...................... 72 Murray State .................... 72 William & Mary ................ 70 Loyola-New Orleans ......... 58

Jackson, Miss.

66 vs Mississippi State (5) ..... 77 78 Minnesota ....................... 70 70 #Mississippi .................... 62

All College Tournament, Oklahoma City, Okla.

Sugar Bowl Tournament, New Orleans

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

Record: 19-7

Home: 9-2, Away: 6-2, Neutral 4-3 National Invitation Tournament Coach: Dean Ehlers D. 1 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 15 L 18 W 22 W

Home: 10-1, Away: 7-0, Neutral 3-2 National Invitation Tournament Coach: Bob Vanatta D. 1 W 118 California-Davis ................ 52 6 W 84 at Baylor ......................... 58 10 W 102 North Texas ..................... 56 15 W 75 at Brigham Young ............. 72 17 W 77 at Montana State .............. 50 19 W 86 at Seattle ......................... 81 22 W 111 Missouri Mines ................ 50 29 30 J. 7 10 13 17 20 28 F. 1 4 6 11 15 18 25

83 Creighton ........................ 87

1962-63

M. 10 L 70 Providence ...................... 71 * - Ellis Auditorium, Memphis

1960-61

67 at Dayton ........................ 78

15 L

NCAA Tournament, Dallas

27 28 29 J. 2 7 10 12 19 23 26 F. 2 9 11 19 23 26 M. 2

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

76 82 80 99 96 75 82 90 60 71 54 72 76 61 55 90 70

Toledo ............................ 61 Loyola-Chicago (2) ........... 94 Oklahoma City ................. 77 Brigham Young ................ 76 Hawaii ............................. 60 at Loyola-New Orleans ...... 78 at Southern Mississippi ..... 69 Centenary ....................... 85 at Murray State ................ 58 #Mississippi State (9) ....... 65 Villanova ......................... 59 at The Citadel .................. 63 Louisville ......................... 55 Dayton ............................ 59 Loyola-New Orleans ......... 48 at Centenary .................... 79 Creighton ........................ 95

National Invitation Tournament, New York

W 70 Fordham ......................... 49 L 67 Canisius .......................... 76 # - Memphis Auditorium

1963-64

Record: 14-11

Home: 8-4, Away: 3-7, Neutral 3-0 Coach: Dean Ehlers D. 2 W 57 McNeese State ................ 44 7 W 79 at Mississippi ................... 57 12 W 88 Marquette ....................... 74 14 W 73 at Mississippi State ........... 65 16 W 108 Alabama .......................... 75 21 W 98 #Mississippi .................... 78 Vanderbilt Tournament, Nashville, Tenn. L 79 Vanderbilt (6) .................. 85

27 28 J. 1 4 9 11 16 18 20 25 F. 1 3 5 8 10

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

88 66 57 64 80 90 69 83 81 66 88 87 98 83

Western Kentucky ............ 83 Rhode Island ................... 68 at Louisville ..................... 69 at Loyola-New Orleans ...... 90 Southern Mississippi ........ 55 Florida State .................... 91 Miami, Fla. ....................... 78 Loyola-Chicago (2) ........... 65 #Mississippi State ............ 66 at Portland ....................... 75 at Seattle ....................... 105 at Creighton .................... 86 DePaul (10) .................... 67 Florida State .................... 71

73 at Dayton ....................... 83

Madison Square Garden, New York

20 L 71 vs New York University .... 95 22 W 93 Loyola-New Orleans ........ 49 26 L 86 Xavier ............................ 99 # - Memphis Auditorium

1964-65

Record: 10-14

Home: 7-6, Away: 3-8 Coach: Dean Ehlers D. 1 W 82 Texas A&M ..................... 73 5 W 78 Louisiana at Lafayette ....... 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

28 29 J. 2 5 9 14 16 23 30 F. 1 2 6 10 13 20 25 27 M. 3

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

95 68 71 70 72 71 61 80 64 116 79 70 82 77 84 74 58 87

*SMU ...................... 92 (OT) *Indiana (7)..................... 91 Fordham ........................ 73 at DePaul........................ 99 Creighton ....................... 66 at Loyola-New Orleans ..... 65 at Florida State ................ 74 Southern Mississippi........ 86 at Arizona ....................... 99 at Pepperdine ................. 90 at Santa Clara .................. 92 Florida State.................... 81 at Marquette ................... 70 Dayton ........................... 71 Loyola-New Orleans ........ 54 at Xavier ......................... 95 at Villanova ..................... 91 Duquesne ...................... 93

1965-66

Record: 10-15

Home: 9-4, Away: 1-9, Neutral 0-2 Coach: Dean Ehlers 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

20 L 21 W

72 *Texas ............................ 80 85 *Missouri ........................ 72

Queen City Tournament, Buffalo, N.Y.

30 J. 1 5 8 13 15 22 29 31 F. 2 5 10 12 15 19 24 26

Memphis Basketball★175

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

65 89 97 97 78 63 69 107 89 82 81 71 77 86 84 79 78

#Drake........................... 80 #Canisius ....................... 92 at Southern Mississippi .... 77 Oklahoma City ................ 87 at Loyola-New Orleans ..... 86 at Florida State ................ 67 Villanova ........................ 70 Xavier .......................... 110 at Oklahoma City ........... 104 at Creighton .................. 115 Florida State.................... 66 Loyola-New Orleans ........ 69 at Dayton ....................... 90 Miami, Fla. ...................... 72 Jacksonville ..................... 61 at Duquesne ................... 92 at Villanova ..................... 84


ALL-TIME RESUL TS 1966-67

Record: 17-9

Home: 12-3, Away: 5-5, Neutral 0-1 Coach: Moe Iba D. 3 L 44 Western Kentucky (14) ..... 52 5 W 66 Texas A&M ...................... 56 8 W 63 at Rice ............................. 54 10 W 56 at Texas Christian ............. 54 12 W 64 at North Texas ................. 57 Memphis State Classic, Memphis

16 17 21 23 31 J. 4 11 14 16 21 28 31 F. 2 4 7 11 14 18 20 24

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

43 55 58 44 57 55 65 43 46 78 76 63 63 51 56 61 52 74 62 48

Arkansas ......................... 36 Maryland ......................... 53 Villanova ......................... 40 at Saint Louis ................... 63 Yale ................................ 43 Union .............................. 47 Southern Mississippi ........ 52 Tulsa ............................... 54 Florida State .................... 42 at Xavier .......................... 88 Loyola-New Orleans ......... 50 at Jacksonville .......... 58 (OT) at Miami, Fla. ................... 88 at Florida State ................. 55 Dayton ............................ 81 Mississippi State ............... 53 at Loyola-New Orleans ...... 46 Creighton ........................ 66 Jacksonville ...................... 39 at Villanova ...................... 66

Poinsettia Classic, Greenville, S.C.

68 Providence ...................... 77

1967-68

Record: 18-17

Home: 5-8, Away: 2-8, Neutral 1-1 Missouri Valley Conference: 2-14 Coach: Moe Iba 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 Texas Christian ................ 61 Sugar Bowl Tournament, New Orleans

29 L 44 Davidson ......................... 51 30 W 73 Michigan State ................. 57 J. 2 L 75 *Drake .................... 76 (OT) 10 L 58 *Louisville ........................ 78 13 L 69 *at Wichita State ............... 77 22 L 68 *Cincinnati ............... 75 (OT) 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. 3 L 63 *at Cincinnati ................... 72 5 L 62 *North Texas ............ 63 (OT) 7 L 65 *Saint Louis ..................... 77 * - Missouri Valley Conference games

Record: 6-19

27 L 73 The Citadel ...................... 76 29 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 ............. 63 (OT) 16 W 74 Loyola-New Orleans ......... 54 18 L 69 *at Tulsa .......................... 70 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 M. 1 L 61 *Wichita State .................. 71 * - Missouri Valley Conference games

National Invitation Tournament, New York

M. 11 L

1968-69

Home: 4-10, Away: 2-8, Neutral 0-1 Missouri Valley Conference: 0-16 Coach: Moe Iba 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 (19) ............. 67

1969-70

Record: 6-20

Home: 4-10, Away: 1-8, Neutral 1-2 Missouri Valley Conference: 1-15 Coach: Moe Iba D. 1 L 62 Union ............................. 63 6 W 72 Sam Houston State ........... 70 Liberty Bowl Tournament, Memphis

10 11 20 22

W L W L

83 72 57 74

Mississippi State .............. 74 Tulsa .............................. 82 Texas Wesleyan ............... 52 Dartmouth ....................... 77

All College Tournament, Oklahoma City, Okla.

26 W 67 Arizona State ................... 62 27 L 58 at Oklahoma City .............. 72 28 L 51 Tennessee ....................... 72 J. 3 L 77 *North Texas ................... 86 5 L 62 *at Drake ......................... 72 10 L 59 *at Bradley ....................... 74 13 L 77 *at Saint Louis .................. 88 17 L 61 *Tulsa ............................. 77 24 L 69 *Cincinnati ....................... 78 26 W 91 at Loyola-New Orleans ...... 83 29 W 84 *Wichita State .................. 81 31 L 76 *Drake (16) ..................... 82 F. 4 L 48 *at Louisville .................... 77 7 L 63 *at Cincinnati ................... 77 14 L 70 *at North Texas ................ 82 19 L 75 *Bradley .......................... 91 21 L 68 *Saint Louis ..................... 78 26 L 78 *at Tulsa .......................... 87 28 L 72 *at Wichita State ............... 79 M. 4 L 82 *Louisville ........................ 83 * - Missouri Valley Conference games

1970-71

Record: 18-8

Home: 14-1, Away: 3-7, Neutral 1-0 Missouri Valley Conference: 8-6 Coach: Gene Bartow D. 1 W 99 California-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 Nevada-Las Vegas ........ 76 J. 2 W 69 *North Texas ................... 57 7 W 102 *Bradley ......................... 87 9 W 78 *Louisville (13)................ 75 13 W 113 St. Joseph's (Indiana) ....... 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................... 94 (2 OT) 27 W 85 *Wichita State ................. 77 M. 6 L 73 *at Louisville ................. 102 * - Missouri Valley Conference games

1971-72

Record: 21-7

Home: 14-1, Away: 5-4, Neutral 2-2 Missouri Valley Conference: 12-2 National Invitation Tournament Coach: Gene Bartow D. 2 W 108 Missouri-Rolla ................. 66 4 W 84 Oklahoma State ............... 68 7 L 73 Marquette (2) ................. 74 Vanderbilt Classic, Nashville, Tenn.

10 W 11 L

74 Ole Miss ......................... 71 82 Vanderbilt....................... 83

Sun Bowl Tournament, El Paso, Texas

17 18 31 J. 6 8 12 15 18 22 27 29 F. 2 5 10 12 17 19 24 26

176★Memphis Basketball

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

82 79 92 79 123 82 99 81 91 71 101 77 88 72 87 70 73 108 91

San Francisco ................. 77 at Texas-El Paso .............. 85 Arkansas ........................ 77 *at Bradley ...................... 95 MacMurray ..................... 62 Louisiana State ................ 63 *Tulsa............................. 72 *at Drake ........................ 70 *North Texas ................... 60 *Wichita State ................. 69 Union ............................. 79 *at Louisville (3) .............. 69 South Alabama ................ 71 *at Saint Louis ................. 76 *at North Texas ............... 80 *Bradley ......................... 59 *St. Louis ........................ 70 *at Wichita State .............. 98 *at Tulsa ......................... 90

15 15 18 18 19 19


ALL-TIME RESUL TS M. 2 W 4 W

80 *Louisville (2) ................... 65 20 70 *Drake ............................ 69 20

Missouri Valley Playoff Game, Nashville, Tenn. 11 L 72 %Louisville (4) ................. 83 11 National Invitation Tournament, New York 18 L 74 ^Oral Roberts (16) .......... 94 13

* - Missouri Valley Conference games

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 D. 2 W 108 Missouri Western ............. 74 5 L 81 at Louisiana State ............. 94 7 W 87 South Florida ................... 73 9 L 69 at Marquette (5) ............... 72 12 L 79 Texas .............................. 80 16 W 80 Navy ............................... 51 20 W 80 UC-Santa Barbara ............. 74

11 11 11 11 19 19

Little Rock, Ark.

23 26 30 J. 4 6 10 13 20 25 27 F. 1 3 8 10 15 17 22 24 M. 3

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

87 96 74 97 76 124 72 112 81 75 73 79 69 91 99 116 93 54 56

at Arkansas ...................... 86 Cornell ............................ 64 at Vanderbilt (10) ............. 71 *at Drake .............. 92 (2 OT) *at Bradley ....................... 74 UCF ................................ 75 *Saint Louis ..................... 60 St. Joseph's (Indiana) ........ 92 *Louisville ........................ 76 *New Mexico State ........... 61 *Drake ............................ 68 *Bradley .......................... 64 *at Louisville .................... 83 *at Tulsa .................. 87 (OT) *Wichita State .................. 77 *West Texas State ............. 79 *at North Texas ................ 88 *at New Mexico State ........ 53 *at St. Louis ..................... 70

1973 NCAA Finalists 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. 17 17 17 17 15 15 16 16 14 14 10

NCAA Midwest Regional, Houston

15 W 17 W

90 $South Carolina ............... 76 12 92 $Kansas State (9) ............. 72 12 NCAA Final Four, St. Louis 98 +Providence (4) ............... 85 12 66 +UCLA (1) ....................... 87 12

24 W 26 L * - Missouri Valley Conference games

1973-74

Record: 19-11

Home: 13-2, Away: 4-7, Neutral 2-2 Missouri Valley Conference: 8-6 National Invitation Tournament Coach: Gene Bartow N. 30 W 106 Missouri-Rolla .................. 79 D. 1 W 89 Wisconsin-Milwaukee ....... 68 5 W 105 UC-Davis ......................... 61 8 W 100 Southern Mississippi ........ 79 11 L 71 Vanderbilt ....................... 75 13 W 90 at Texas ........................... 82 15 W 99 East Texas State ............... 76 18 L 80 at Florida State ................. 88 22 W 101 Samford .......................... 69

20 20 10 10 12 12 12 16 16

Sugar Bowl Tournament, New Orleans

28 29 31 J. 3 5 10

W L W W W L

86 83 67 88 53 80

at New Orleans ................ 81 North Carolina St. (5) ....... 98 Murray State ............ 65 (OT) *Bradley .................. 76 (OT) *at West Texas State ......... 49 *Drake ............................ 91

18 18 18 19 19

12 19 26 31 F. 2 7 9 14 16 21 23 M. 1 2

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

61 81 67 73 65 91 77 78 91 86 81 73 85

*at Saint Louis .................. 65 *at Louisville (16) ............. 94 *Tulsa ............................. 64 *New Mexico State ........... 66 *North Texas ................... 62 *at Wichita State ............... 90 *at North Texas ................ 83 *Louisville (18) ................ 71 *St. Louis ......................... 81 *at Drake ......................... 95 *at Bradley ....................... 94 at Hawaii ......................... 69 at Hawaii ....................... 117

18 25 30 F. 1 10 15 20 23 M. 1 4

Record: 20-7

W L L W W L W W

71 54 91 102 79 84 83 138

Temple ........................... 68 Penn State ....................... 61 Wichita State ................... 95 Georgia State ................... 76 Western Kentucky ............ 72 LaSalle ............................ 93 Southern Mississippi ........ 77 Buffalo State .................... 92

95 ^vs. Oral Roberts ............ 97 Record: 21-9

Home: 15-2, Away: 5-3, Neutral 1-4 Metro Conference: 1-1 NCAA West Regional Coach: Wayne Yates N. 29 L 74 *Louisville (8) .................. 79 19 D. 1 L 84 at Western Kentucky ........ 87 19 Sun Devil Classic, Tempe, Ariz.

15 16 16 14 14 11 11 11

Gator Bowl Tournament, Jacksonville, Fla.

26 27 30 J. 2 4 8 11 14

Missouri-St. Louis............ 79 North Texas .................... 92 at Wichita State ............... 76 Union ............................. 52 UC-Santa Barbara ............ 62 Wisconsin-Milwaukee ...... 69 at Tulsa .......................... 80 at Saint Louis .................. 78 Mercer ........................... 75 at Louisville (3) ............... 84

1975-76

National Invitation Tournament, New York

1974-75

130 103 78 105 74 81 88 75 93 79

National Invitation Tournament, New York

16 L

17 W 73 ^Seton Hall ..................... 72 21 L 78 ^Utah ............................. 92 * - Missouri Valley Conference games

Home: 16-2, Away: 3-3, Neutral 1-2 National Invitation Tournament Coach: Wayne Yates N. 30 W 96 Montclair State ................. 60 D. 7 W 75 Wisconsin-Green Bay ....... 67 9 W 70 Florida State .................... 69 12 W 100 East Texas State ............... 89 14 W 102 Murray State .................... 77 17 W 85 Brown ............................. 83 20 L 94 at UCLA (3) ................... 113 21 W 111 at Pepperdine ........ 108 (OT)

W W W W W W W L W L

16 16 16 19 19

5 6 10 18 20 23 27 29 31 J. 3 5 8 10 15 17 20 24 27

Memphis Basketball★177

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

91 86 76 75 105 84 97 109 90 92 104 70 71 100 79 84 85 81

DePaul ......................... 100 Santa Clara ..................... 93 UCF ............................... 57 Wichita State................... 68 Midwestern State............. 76 Benedictine College ......... 69 Cal-Poly ......................... 66 Murray State ................... 83 Pepperdine ..................... 82 Virginia Commonwealth ... 72 Madison College ............. 80 at Wichita State ............... 81 Virginia Tech................... 72 Illinois College................. 76 at Florida State .............. 100 Southern Mississippi........ 70 *Cincinnati (16)............... 79 at LaSalle ........................ 77


ALL-TIME RESUL TS F.

7 9 16 19 21 24

W W W W W W

87 111 87 91 96 85

at Oklahoma City .............. 70 North Texas ..................... 93 at Southern Mississippi ..... 72 Tulsa ............................... 83 Oklahoma City ................. 72 at UC-Santa Barbara .......... 82

Metro Tournament, Louisville, Ky.

M. 4 W 5 W 6 L

73 Saint Louis ....................... 69 87 at Louisville ..................... 76 95 Cincinnati ...................... 103

NCAA West Regional, Tempe, Ariz.

13 L 77 Pepperdine ...................... 87 * - Metro Conference games

1976-77

Record: 20-9

Home: 17-2, Away: 2-5, Neutral 1-2 Metro Conference: 2-4 National Invitation Tournament Coach: Wayne Yates 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 Mississippi ........ 71 W L W W

77 83 88 116

30 J. 3 6 8 10 15 17 22 26 29 31 F. 2 5 9 14 19 26

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

69 82 82 109 78 81 82 97 88 81 82 97 92 69 64 87 69

Little Rock, Ark. at Arkansas (17) .............. 62 20 20 20 18 18 18 20 20 20

National Invitation Tournament

10 L 63 at Alabama (12) ............... 80 * - Metro Conference games

Jackson, Miss.

26 L 28 W

89 Mississippi ...................... 92 86 Eastern Michigan .............. 58 Little Rock, Ark.

30 J. 2 9 13 16 18

L W W L L L

20 22 27 F. 3 5 10 17 22 25

W L W W L L W L L

69 77 106 73 84 86

Arkansas (20) .................. 82 *at Saint Louis .................. 65 Heidelberg (Ohio) ............ 75 Dayton ............................ 75 Georgia Tech ......... 89(2 OT) *Florida State ............ 93(OT)

87 61 88 89 82 79 60 63 87

*Tulane .................... 81(OT) *Cincinnati ....................... 63 *Saint Louis .................... 77 *Tulane (OT) ............. 82(OT) *at Louisville (5) ............. 103 *at Cincinnati ................... 87 *Louisville (9) .................. 53 *at Georgia Tech .............. 79 *at Florida State ................ 90

Metro Tournament, Memphis

Record: 19-9

Home: 12-3, Away: 5-5, Neutral 2-1 Metro Conference: 7-5 Coach: Wayne Yates N. 26 W 103 NE Oklahoma St ............... 81 29 W 78 Midwestern (Texas) State .. 74 D. 1 W 97 Southern Mississippi ........ 83 3 W 78 Louisiana at 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

16 W 17 W

Record: 13-15

Home: 12-6, Away: 1-7, Neutral 0-2 Metro Conference: 5-5 Coach: Wayne Yates N. 28 W 82 Missouri Western ............. 71 D. 2 L 87 at Jacksonville .................. 91 5 W 95 Kentucky Wesleyan .......... 74 7 L 64 Mississippi State .............. 93 9 L 89 Southern Miss ....... 91 (2OT) 12 W 88 Missouri-Kansas City ........ 82 14 W 89 Valdosta (Ga.) State .......... 69 16 L 91 at Drake ........................ 109 23 W 79 Murray State .................... 54

Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans

94 Tulane ............................ 80 67 Cincinnati (14) ................. 68

1977-78

Mississippi ...................... 67 Georgia State ................... 87 at Dayton ........................ 85 Arkansas ......................... 95 *Louisville (10) ................ 78 *Cincinnati ....................... 63 *at Cincinnati (19) ............ 76 *at Georgia Tech .............. 62 *at Tulane ........................ 78 *Saint Louis ............. 85 (OT) *Tulane ........................... 91 *Florida State (15) ............ 95 *at Florida State (16) ........ 89 *Georgia Tech .................. 59 *at Saint Louis .................. 82 *at Louisville (20) ........... 115

1978-79

Metro Tournament, Memphis, Tenn.

M. 3 W 4 L

70 111 83 70 75 67 83 65 86 86 101 89 82 61 80 97

Metro Tournament, Cincinnati, Ohio

Penn State ....................... 69 Florida ............................ 84 Mississippi ...................... 83 Texas Christian ................ 72 Southern Mississippi ........ 78 Oklahoma City ................. 72 MacMurray ...................... 55 *Tulane ........................... 64 Florida State .................... 75 *at Georgia Tech .............. 89 Brandeis ......................... 87 New Orleans ............ 86 (OT) Dayton ............................ 67 *at Cincinnati (12) ............ 88 Western Kentucky ............ 75 *at Louisville (9) ............. 111 at Virginia Tech ................ 70 *Saint Louis ............. 67 (OT) *Louisville (8) ................... 77 at Oklahoma City .............. 81

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

M. 2 W 79 St. Louis .......................... 57 3 L 62 Louisville (20) ................. 67 * - Metro Conference games

Big Sun Tournament, St. Petersburg, Fla.

17 18 21 23

20 22 28 31 J. 3 14 21 24 28 31 F. 4 6 11 18 23 25

71 at Texas-El Paso ............... 65 77 Army .............................. 76

M. 1 W 62 Saint Louis ...................... 58 2 L 34 Florida State .................... 35 * - Metro Conference games

1979-80

Record: 13-14

22 28 J. 3 5 7 10 12 17 19 23 26 F. 1 4 7 9 12 14 16 23

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

80 74 70 70 64 69 48 64 57 54 69 62 60 54 68 82 61 65 74

Mississippi...................... 75 Arkansas (19) ................. 67 Louisiana at Lafayette ....... 64 *at Virginia Tech ....... 69 (OT) *at Cincinnati .................. 74 *Florida State .................. 74 *Louisville (11)................ 69 at Dayton ....................... 82 *Saint Louis..................... 49 Southern Mississippi........ 59 Wisconsin-Parkside ......... 71 *at Saint Louis ................. 76 *at Louisville (7) .............. 88 *at Florida State ............... 55 at Southern Mississippi .... 85 *Tulane .......................... 79 *Cincinnati ...................... 59 *Virginia Tech ................. 63 *at Tulane ....................... 86

Metro Tournament, Louisville, Ky.

28 W 62 Saint Louis ...................... 60 29 L 65 at Louisville (4) ............... 84 * - Metro Conference games

1980-81

Record: 13-14

Home: 9-5, Away: 4-8, Neutral 0-1 Metro Conference: 5-7 Coach: Dana Kirk Mid-South Classic, Memphis

N. 28 29 D. 4 6 13 18 20 23 30 J. 3 6 9 13 17 19 22 24 31 F. 2 7 11 16 19 21 23 28

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

67 98 80 70 77 87 87 96 69 66 49 67 67 59 91 60 70 99 52 62 66 65 58 70 75 78

Southern Illinois .............. 69 Oklahoma City ................ 86 at Louisiana-Lafayette....... 76 Southern Mississippi........ 65 Arkansas State ................ 66 Delta State ...................... 58 West Alabama ................. 60 at Vanderbilt ................. 111 at Mississippi .................. 64 *at Florida State ............... 84 Kansas ........................... 59 *at Tulane ....................... 55 at Marquette ................... 86 *Saint Louis..................... 66 *Tulane .......................... 79 *Louisville ................ 55 (OT) *Virginia Tech ................. 60 *at Cincinnati ........ 85 (4 OT) Murray State ................... 57 *Cincinnati ...................... 65 at Southern Mississippi .... 90 *at Louisville ................... 95 *at Saint Louis ................. 64 *at Virginia Tech .............. 71 Penn State ...................... 67 *Florida State .................. 80

Metro Tournament, Louisville, Ky.

M. 5 L 66 Virginia Tech................... 72 * - Metro Conference games # - Mid-South Classic, Memphis % - Metro Tournament, Louisville, Ky.

Home: 11-6, Away: 1-8, Neutral 1-0 Metro Conference: 5-7 Coach: Dana Kirk D. 1 W 54 Arkansas State ................. 51 3 L 76 Oklahoma Christian .......... 90 8 L 72 Vanderbilt ....................... 87 13 W 85 Austin Peay ..................... 73 17 W 96 Eastern Montana .............. 65 20 W 72 Murray State .................... 71

178★Memphis Basketball


ALL-TIME RESUL TS 1981-82

Record: 24-5

Home: 18-0, Away: 5-4, Neutral 1-1 Metro Conference: 10-2 NCAA East Regional Coach: Dana Kirk Mid-South Classic, Memphis

N. 27 28 D. 1 5 7 12 19 22 29 J. 2 4 9 12 16 18 21 23 27 30 F. 6 8 13 15 20 22 25 27

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

89 93 62 60 47 101 82 106 61 91 84 90 107 100 78 54 70 77 83 74 75 62 82 52 61 62 94

Australia (Exhibition) ......... 83 Yugoslavia (Exhibition) ...... 84 at East Tennessee State ..... 67 West Alabama .................. 40 at Mississippi State ... 48 (OT) Indiana State .................... 89 Louisiana-Lafayette (15) .... 70 Brown ............................. 96 Mississippi .............. 55 (OT) East Tennessee State ........ 74 Baltimore ........................ 62 *Florida State ................... 63 *Cincinnati ....................... 75 North Texas State ............. 90 *at Virginia Tech ............... 73 *at Tulane ................ 58 (OT) *at Cincinnati ................... 63 Marquette ....................... 70 *Virginia Tech .................. 78 *Louisville ................ 65 (OT) Ball State ......................... 64 *at Florida State ................ 60 *at Saint Louis .................. 64 at Penn State ................... 46 *at Louisville .................... 65 *Tulane ........................... 60 *Saint Louis ..................... 72

47 80 66 72 84 94 62

*at Tulane ........................ 49 at North Texas ................. 63 *Louisville (9) .................. 75 *at Florida State ................ 74 *Cincinnati ....................... 77 *Florida State ................... 67 *at Louisville (3) ....... 64 (OT)

9 9 13 14 14 17 17

Metro Tournament, Cincinnati, Ohio

84 Florida State .................... 74 17 68 Louisville (3) .................... 71 17

NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds, Louisville, Ky. 66 Georgetown (20) ............. 57 17 NCAA Midwest Regional, Kansas City, Mo. 25 L 63 Houston (1) ..................... 70 17

20 W

* - Metro Conference games ** - Designated Conference game

1983-84

19 19 14 14 12 12 10 10

NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds, Charlotte, N.C. 56 Wake Forest (18) ............. 55 9 NCAA East Regional, Raleigh, N.C. 19 L 66 Villanova ................. 70 (OT) 9

13 W

* - Metro Conference games

W W W W L W L W

29 30 J. 2 4 7 14 18 23 28

W L W W W W W W W

88 101 74 90 49 73 51 53

Record: 26-7

63 53 73 72 75 78 69 69 56 58

*Virginia Tech ................. 62 UAB ........................ 51 (OT) *at Florida State ............... 69 *South Carolina ............... 61 *Florida State .................. 67 *Louisville ....................... 85 *at Southern Miss ..... 67 (OT) *at Virginia Tech .............. 89 *Cincinnati ...................... 44 *at Louisville ................... 68

13 9 9 9 8 8 8 12 12 14

Metro Tournament, Memphis

8 W 9 W 10 W

86 Southern Mississippi........ 58 17 65 Florida State.................... 63 17 78 Virginia Tech................... 65 17

Tennessee State ............... 60 North Texas ..................... 79 Middle Tennessee State .... 47 Detroit ............................ 65 Mississippi State .............. 50 Mississippi ...................... 55 at UCLA (9) ..................... 65 Texas Tech ...................... 41 Mississippi State .............. 42 Iowa ............................... 73 Eastern Kentucky ............. 50 *at Cincinnati ................... 62 *at Tulane ........................ 65 *Southern Mississippi ....... 47 *at South Carolina ............ 58 *Tulane ........................... 50 Oklahoma (11) ................ 65

92 Oral Roberts ................... 83 16 66 Purdue (10).................... 48 16

NCAA Midwest Regional, St. Louis

21 L 71 Houston (5) .................... 78 16 * - Metro Conference games

1984-85 5 5 4 4 4 6 6 16

Winston Tire Classic, Los Angeles

43 66 82 85 67 52 75 57 69

W W W W W L W L W L

NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds, Memphis

Mid-South Classic, Memphis

N. 25 26 30 D. 3 10 13 17 21

30 4 11 13 15 18 20 22 27 M. 5 F.

15 W 17 W

Home: 20-2, Away: 5-3, Neutral 1-2 Metro Conference: 11-3 NCAA Midwest Regional Coach: Dana Kirk

71 Virginia Tech ................... 70 13 73 Louisville ......................... 62 13

1982-83

L W L L W W L

11 W 12 L

Metro Tournament, Memphis

M. 6 W 7 W

12 14 19 26 28 M. 3 6

17 17 17 19 19 19 18 18 13

Record: 31-4

Home: 15-0, Away: 10-3, Neutral 6-1 Metro Conference: 13-1 NCAA Final Four Coach: Dana Kirk Mid-South Classic, Memphis

N. 30 W D. 1 W 5 W 8 W 11 W 15 W 17 W 22 W J. 2 W 5 L 9 W 12 W 14 W 19 W

79 61 90 86 57 68 74 76 73 58 90 82 56 69

Arkansas State ................ 62 Southern California .......... 45 Middle Tennessee State ... 77 UCLA ............................. 70 at Mississippi ........... 52 (OT) at Mississippi State .......... 59 at Kent State ................... 57 Iona ............................... 62 Delta State ...................... 61 *at South Carolina ............ 60 Tennessee State .............. 57 *Southern Mississippi ...... 60 *Tulane .......................... 52 *at Louisville ................... 66

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 3 3 3 6 6 6 5

Record: 23-8

Home: 14-2, Away: 6-4, Neutral 3-2 Metro Conference: 6-6 NCAA Midwest Regional Coach: Dana Kirk Mid-South Classic, Memphis

N. 26 27 D. 1 4 6 11 18 23 30 J. 3 6 10 15 19 23

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

26 29 31 F. 5 7

W W W L W

89 71 75 104 72 80 64 81 63 103 78 56 80 100 57

West Texas State .............. 74 Wyoming ........................ 45 at Saint Louis ................... 56 Ball State ......................... 81 Kent State ........................ 59 East Tennessee State ........ 62 at Kansas ......................... 58 *Southern Mississippi ....... 60 at Mississippi ................... 58 Baltimore ........................ 57 Saint Louis ....................... 64 *at Virginia Tech ............... 64 *at Cincinnati ................... 63 Delta State ....................... 62 **at North Carolina State .... 53

6 6 5 5 5 4 3 4 2 2 2 1 1 6 6

Madison Square Garden, New York

94 80 73 56 85

at Iona ............................ 88 Eastern Kentucky ............. 65 *Virginia Tech .................. 64 *Tulane ........................... 58 Wichita State ................... 73

5 5 5 4 4

1985 NCAA Final Four Front Row:Assistant Coach Larry Finch, Head Coach Dana Kirk, Assistant Coach Lee Fowler. Back Row: Trainer J.D. Dickerson, Andre Turner, Ricky McCoy, Aaron Price, Vincent Askew, Baskerville Holmes, Keith Lee, William Bedford, DeWayne Bailey, Willie Becton, David Jansen, Dwight Boyd, John Wilfong, Manager Rhett Beiletti.

Memphis Basketball★179


ALL-TIME RESUL TS 23 26 28 F. 2 9 13 16 18 20 23 25 28 M. 2

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

74 89 81 91 71 68 70 99 60 81 78 66 66

*at Florida State ................ 69 *at Virginia Tech ............... 79 *Cincinnati ....................... 61 *Virginia Tech .................. 82 at Kansas (13) ................. 75 *at Cincinnati ................... 55 *Florida State ................... 68 *South Carolina ................ 75 *at Tulane ........................ 49 Virginia Commonwealth (17) ...... 73 *at Southern Mississippi .... 63 at Detroit ......................... 71 *Louisville ........................ 59

4 4 4 3 3 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4

NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds, Baton Rouge, La.

13 W 95 Ball State ......................... 63 12 15 L 81 at Louisiana State ............. 83 12 * - Metro Conference games

1986-87

Home: 15-3, Away: 7-3, Neutral 4-2 Metro Conference: 8-4 Coach: Larry Finch Coca-Cola Preseason NIT, Memphis 70 Cleveland State (20) ......... 65

N. 22 W 24 W

Metro Tournament, Louisville, Ky.

7 W 8 W 9 W

68 Southern Mississippi ........ 58 5 81 at Louisville ..................... 74 5 90 Florida State ............ 86 (OT) 5 67 Penn ............................... 55 5 67 UAB ........................ 66 (OT) 5

NCAA Midwest Regional, Dallas

21 W 23 W

59 Boston College ................ 57 5 63 Oklahoma (4) .................. 61 5

NCAA Final Four, Lexington, Ky.

30 L 45 Villanova ......................... 52 5 * - Metro Conference games

1985-86

Record: 28-6

Home: 16-0, Away: 6-5, Neutral 6-1 Metro Conference: 9-3 NCAA Tournament Coach: Dana Kirk Mid-South Classic, Memphis

N. 29 W 30 W D. 3 W

107 Tennessee State ............... 61 14 73 Middle Tennessee State .... 63 14 83 Kent State ........................ 69 13

Pearl Harbor Classic, Honolulu, Hi.

6 7 9 14 17 23

W W W W W W

95 80 80 119 73 82

at Hawaii-Loa College ........ 52 Fresno State .................... 46 at Texas Tech ................... 55 South Carolina State ......... 73 Mississippi ...................... 56 Murray State .................... 59

13 13 13 12 10 10

28 29 D. 5 9

L L L W

13 14 18 20 22 27 30 J. 3 5 10 12 14 17 19 24 28 31 F. 2 7 11 14 16 19 22 28

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

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

57 106 83 89 73 87 89 68 68 79 83 72 74 66 99 92 80 86 63 69

Fresno State .................... 46 Charlotte ......................... 82 Kansas (5) ............... 80 (OT) *South Carolina ................ 81 *Louisville (17) ................ 71 Arkansas State ................. 64 *at Cincinnati ................... 71 at New Orleans ................ 64 *at Southern Mississippi .... 64 Missouri .......................... 68 *Virginia Tech .................. 61 *at Virginia Tech ............... 76 *Cincinnati ....................... 55 at Nevada-Las Vegas ......... 67 *Florida State ................... 82 *Southern Mississippi ....... 85 *at Florida State ................ 82 *at South Carolina ............. 73 New Orleans .................... 52 *at Louisville (13) ............. 70

Western Kentucky ............ 68 Temple ........................... 67 Nevada-Las Vegas (2) ....... 80 Murray State .................... 47

79 82 77 60 101 108 89 61 82 83 67 59 52 76 83 64 74 77 82 89 76 73 55 58 74

100 South Carolina ................. 59 10 73 Florida State .................... 71 10 79 at Louisville (11) .............. 88 10

28 30 J. 5 9 13 16

76 80 85 54

97 Southern Mississippi........ 84 81 Florida State.................... 74 73 Louisville ........................ 81

NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds, South Bend, Ind.

1988-89

Record: 21-11

Home: 14-1, Away: 5-6, Neutral 2-4 Metro Conference: 8-4 NCAA Tournament Coach: Larry Finch Maui Classic, Lahaina, Maui, Hi.

N. 25 26 27 D. 4 6 10 15 17 20 23

W L L W W L W L W W

28 29 J. 4 7 9 14 18 21 25 28 F. 1 4 6 8 11 15 18 20 25 M. 4

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

88 75 86 84 84 74 92 88 79 70

Chaminade ..................... 44 Michigan (3) ................... 79 UNLV (8) ................. 90 (OT) Grambling ...................... 63 Bradley .......................... 77 at Missouri...................... 86 New Orleans ................... 61 at Washington ................. 89 Dartmouth ...................... 75 Oral Roberts ................... 62

Volunteer Classic, Knoxville, Ky.

Record: 20-12

20 20 20 19 20

ECAC Holiday Festival, New York 62 Kansas (18) ..................... 64 20 75 Marist ............................. 57 19

L W W L L W

*at South Carolina ............ 84 *at Southern Miss .......... 107 *Cincinnati ............... 70 (OT) San Jose State ................. 82 *Louisville ....................... 68 Tennessee State .............. 64 Arkansas State ................ 48 *Southern Mississippi ...... 97 *South Carolina ............... 61 *Florida State .................. 76 *at Cincinnati ................ 106 Oral Roberts ................... 71 *at Louisville ................... 71 *Virginia Tech ............... 104

17 W 75 Baylor ............................ 60 19 L 73 Purdue (3) .................... 100 * - Metro Conference games

M. 6 W 87 Cincinnati ........................ 58 7 W 74 South Carolina ................. 64 8 W 75 Louisville ......................... 52 * - Metro Conference games NOTE: Team was ineligible for postseason play.

1987-88

58 96 75 67 72 67 47 113 67 81 90 115 69 112

Metro Tournament, Memphis

Georgia State ................... 70 Georgia ........................... 71 Tennessee State ............... 62 Arkansas State ................. 61 San Diego State ............... 75 Alcorn State .................... 56 Oklahoma State ............... 51 at Missouri ...................... 59 Austin Peay ..................... 67 *Cincinnati ....................... 63 Saint Louis ...................... 54 at Oral Roberts ................. 58 *at South Carolina ............ 64 *Florida State ................... 68 *Virginia Tech .................. 66 *at Louisville .................... 48 New Orleans ................... 73 *Southern Mississippi ....... 84 at Bradley ........................ 74 *at Florida State ................ 98 *at Southern Mississippi .... 72 *at Cincinnati ................... 76 *South Carolina ................ 53 *Louisville ........................ 57 *at Virginia Tech ............... 65

Home: 16-3, Away: 2-7, Neutral 2-2 Metro Conference: 6-6 NCAA Tournament Coach: Larry Finch N. 27 W 78 Jackson State ................... 56 29 W 86 Washington ..................... 57 D. 5 W 60 at Arkansas State .............. 59 7 L 50 at Saint Louis ................... 55 12 W 76 Missouri (9) .................... 68 17 W 113 Bradley ................. 108 (OT) 23 W 87 Alcorn State .................... 64

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

11 W 12 W 13 L

Metro Tournament, Louisville, Ky. 10 10 9 9 6 6 6 6 6 3 3 2 2 3 3 4 4 4 7 7

Metro Tournament, Louisville, Ky.

7 W 8 W 9 L

67 59 77 78

Cotton States Classic, Atlanta

Holiday Bowl Classic, San Diego, Calif.

27 28 J. 4 6 9 11 15 18 20 25 27 F. 1 3 8 10 15 22 24 27 M. 2

82 Michigan ......................... 76

Coca-Cola Preseason NIT, New York

NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds, Houston

15 W 17 W

Record: 26-8

18 21 25 26 30 F. 2 6 10 13 20 23 27 29 M. 5

68 74 90 79 80 91 66 73 77 89 99 85 85 73 63 81 89 72 83 73

Illinois State .................... 45 at Tennessee (19) ........... 76 *at Southern Miss ..... 87 (OT) *at Cincinnati .................. 89 Saint Louis ...................... 73 *Virginia Tech ................. 83 *at South Carolina ............ 78 at New Orleans ............... 72 Tulsa .............................. 59 Virginia Commonwealth ... 69 *at Florida State (8) .......... 82 *Louisville (7) ................ 101 Tennessee State .............. 63 at Murray State................ 62 *South Carolina ............... 48 *Cincinnati ...................... 71 *Florida State (7) ............. 78 *at Louisville (10) ............ 67 *Southern Mississippi ...... 76 *at Virginia Tech .............. 78

Metro Tournament, Columbia, S.C. 70 Louisville (16) ................. 71 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds, Boise, Idaho

11 L

16 L 63 DePaul ........................... 66 * - Metro Conference games

Murray State ............ 70 (OT) *at Virginia Tech ............... 82 *at Florida State ................ 92 at Tulsa ........................... 47

180★Memphis Basketball


ALL-TIME RESUL TS 1989-90

Record: 18-12

Home: 15-2, Away: 1-8, Neutral 2-2 Metro Conference: 8-6 National Invitation Tournament Coach: Larry Finch

11 14 16 21 23 M. 2

Mid-South Classic, Memphis

N. 24 25 28 D. 5 8 20 23 27

W W W L W W W L

99 91 91 66 78 59 96 65

29 30 J. 3 6 11 13 17 20 25 27 F. 3 5 8 10 13 15 20 24 M. 3

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

76 71 68 97 80 93 85 69 72 74 82 69 85 82 81 76 82 90 74

Tennessee State ............... 74 Tennessee ....................... 72 Wyoming ........................ 75 at Oklahoma State ............ 93 Oregon State (24) ............ 72 New Orleans .................... 55 Jackson State ................... 73 Missouri (7) ..................... 71

15 15 21 21 20 20

71 South Carolina ................. 56 73 Louisville (18) .................. 76 National Invitation Tournament

14 L 71 Tennessee ....................... 73 * - Metro Conference games

1990-91

Record: 17-15

Home: 12-5, Away: 4-9, Neutral 1-1 Metro Conference: 7-7 National Invitation Tournament Coach: Larry Finch

7 W 8 L

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

78 74 104 85 75 99 72 74 75 78 82 66 65 66 77 80 67 60 102 59 69 81

at Boston College ............. 82 at Tennessee ................... 72 Prairie View ..................... 79 Murray State .................... 78 Middle Tennessee ............ 60 Mercer ............................ 48 at Wyoming ..................... 97 at Oregon State ................ 78 Illinois ............................. 84 South Carolina State ......... 58 at Missouri ...................... 96 *at Virginia Tech ............... 81 *at Louisville .................... 56 *Tulane ........................... 64 *at Southern Miss (18) ...... 87 Miami, Fla. ....................... 72 *Florida State ................... 66 *South Carolina (25) ......... 52 East Tennessee ...... 105 (OT) *at Cincinnati ................... 73 *at Tulane ........................ 85 *Southern Mississippi ....... 87

Maui Invitational, Lahaina, Maui, Hi.

84 Tulane ............................ 77 70 Louisville ......................... 72 National Invitation Tournament

14 W 82 UAB ................................ 76 18 L 57 Arkansas State ................. 58 * - Metro Conference games

1991-92

Record: 23-11

Home: 12-4, Away: 5-4, Neutral 6-3 Great Midwest Conference: 5-5 NCAA Midwest Regional/Elite 8 Coach: Larry Finch N. 29 L 89 *DePaul (20) ........... 92 (OT) D. 3 W 78 Murray State .................... 54 14 L 64 Tennessee ....................... 65 16 W 105 Louisiana-Lafayette ........... 97 19 W 65 Minnesota ....................... 62 23 W 87 Jackson State ................... 73 27 28 J. 4 8 11 15 18 20 25 29 F. 1 4 8 13 16 20 22 25 M. 1 4 7

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

Dodge NIT

N. 14 27 D. 1 4 8 13 16 19 29 30 J. 2 4 10 12 19 21 24 26 30 F. 2 7 9

at Miami, Fla. ........... 82 (OT) *Cincinnati ....................... 63 *Louisville ........................ 73 *at Florida State ................ 76 *at South Carolina ............ 58 *Virginia Tech .................. 82

21 22 23 28 31 J. 4 6 9 11 16 18 21 23 30 F. 3 6 10 14 17

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

21 24 27 M. 1 6

L L W W L

77 54 67 89 80 71 66 59 59 72 77 77 92 63 80 75 63 85 67 68 59

12 W 13 L

76 58 68 75 55

Arizona State .................. 89 at Temple ....................... 65 *Marquette (20) .............. 63 *Saint Louis..................... 72 *at Cincinnati (12) ........... 78

73 Saint Louis ...................... 65 72 Cincinnati (11) ................ 77

NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds, Orlando, Fla.

18 L 52 Western Kentucky (20) .... 55 * - Great Midwest Conference Games

1993-94

Record: 13-16

Home: 10-6, Away: 1-10, Neutral 2-0 Great Midwest Conference: 4-8 Coach: Larry Finch N. 28 W 92 Alcorn State .................... 59 D. 2 W 83 Tennessee ...................... 64 8 L 78 Arkansas (1) ................... 96 11 W 66 Georgia State .................. 55 18 W 86 Florida International ......... 69 20 W 78 Texas-San Antonio .......... 72 23 L 79 at Louisiana-Lafayette....... 82 27 L 74 Jackson State .................. 79 30 L 78 Georgetown.................... 94 J. 5 L 67 *at Marquette (25) ........... 79 8 L 61 *DePaul .......................... 69 11 L 59 *at Saint Louis ................. 86 16 L 57 *at UAB (22) ................... 85 19 L 77 at Murray State................ 82 23 W 62 *Cincinnati (19)............... 55 29 L 46 *Marquette (22) .............. 51 F. 3 L 64 *at Cincinnati (25) ........... 69 5 W 94 *at Dayton ...................... 78 9 W 84 *Dayton .......................... 71 12 W 58 *UAB (19) ...................... 53 16 L 67 at Southern Miss ............. 76

79 UAB ................................ 67 95 DePaul ............................ 75 63 Cincinnati (12) ................ 75

NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds, Milwaukee, Wis.

19 W 21 W

Chaminade ..................... 56 BYU ........................ 73 (OT) LSU................................ 66 Robert Morris ................. 63 at Minnesota ................... 70 Georgia State .................. 76 Vanderbilt (18) ............... 78 *at DePaul ............... 93 (OT) Southeastern Louisiana .... 58 *UAB .............................. 50 Tennessee Tech .............. 71 at Missouri...................... 56 *at Marquette .................. 78 *at UAB .......................... 53 Florida Atlantic ................ 46 *Cincinnati (4) ................. 66 Southern Mississippi........ 82 *DePaul .......................... 57 *at Saint Louis ................. 69

GMC Tournament, Memphis

St. Joseph's ..................... 60 St. John's (18) ................. 75 *at UAB ........................... 63 Missouri (12) .................. 78 *at DePaul ....................... 88 Texas Southern ................ 53 *at Cincinnati ................... 75 at Southern Mississippi ..... 67 *Marquette ...................... 55 at Vanderbilt ............ 70 (OT) *Saint Louis ..................... 64 at Louisiana at Lafayette .... 76 Arkansas (5) .................... 88 Temple ........................... 65 Southern Mississippi ........ 61 *at Saint Louis .......... 73 (OT) *UAB .............................. 58 Virginia Commonwealth .... 58 *at Marquette ................... 82 at Tulane (21) .................. 67 *Cincinnati (14) ............... 69

GMC Tournament, Chicago

12 W 13 W 14 L

64 67 70 78 55 97 84 95 109 47 101 64 66 69 96 68 95 79 77

7-Up Shootout, Phoenix, Ariz.

ECAC Holiday Festival, New York

Metro Tournament, Biloxi, Miss.

8 W 9 L

83 70 91 64 80 79

Metro Tournament, Roanoke, Va. 24 24 22 16 16 17 17 15

Old Style Classic, Chicago

Ball State ................. 73 (OT) Illinois (4) ........................ 83 Louisiana at Monroe ......... 47 *Virginia Tech .................. 77 *at Tulane ........................ 81 *Southern Mississippi ....... 77 Texas Southern ................ 82 *at Louisville (10) ............. 86 *at Florida State ................ 78 *at South Carolina ............. 72 *Cincinnati ....................... 64 at VCU .................... 70 (OT) *Tulane ........................... 74 *at Southern Mississippi .... 86 *Florida State ................... 69 *at Cincinnati ................... 82 *Louisville (16) ................ 68 *South Carolina ................ 71 *at Virginia Tech ............... 87

W W W L W L

80 Pepperdine ..................... 70 82 Arkansas (9) .................... 80

NCAA Midwest Regional, Kansas City, Mo.

27 W 83 Georgia Tech ........... 79 (OT) 29 L 57 Cincinnati (12) ................ 88 * - Great Midwest Conference games

Arrowhead Pond, Anaheim, Calif.

1992-93

Record: 20-12

Home: 14-3, Away: 4-7, Neutral 2-2 Great Midwest Conference: 7-3 NCAA Tournament Coach: Larry Finch D. 2 L 76 at Arkansas ...................... 81 6 L 59 at Tennessee ................... 70 9 L 85 Tulane (20) ..................... 86 11 W 91 Louisiana at Lafayette ........ 85 18 W 81 Jackson State ................... 78

21 24 26 M. 2 5

L W L W L

58 85 66 109 53

at Long Beach State ......... 80 Arkansas-Little Rock ........ 66 *Saint Louis (19) ............. 71 Southeast Missouri .......... 83 *at DePaul ...................... 65

GMC Tournament, Cincinnati, Ohio 8 8 21 21

10 W 91 UAB (22) ....................... 86 11 W 73 Saint Louis (21) .............. 62 12 L 47 at Cincinnati.................... 68 * - Great Midwest Conference Games

Memphis Basketball★181


ALL-TIME RESUL TS 1994-95

Record: 24-10

Home: 17-0, Away: 5-5, Neutral 2-5 Great Midwest Conference: 9-3 NCAA Midwest Regional/Sweet 16 Coach: Larry Finch Preseason NIT, Memphis

N. 17 W 19 W

70 Louisiana-Lafayette ........... 66 94 San Francisco .................. 82

23 25 D. 3 7

78 60 94 124

Preseason NIT, New York

L L W W

New Mexico State ............ 81 George Washington .......... 69 Jackson State ................... 59 Georgia State ................... 52

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

80 50 119 92 100 76 96 82 77 76 81 63 84 74 74 53 87 52 68 77 82 87 83 61

Georgetown ............ 83 (OT) at Tennessee ................... 46 Florida A&M .................... 54 Nicholls State .................. 72 Louisiana-Monroe ............ 79 at Illinois .......................... 86 Houston .......................... 77 Chattanooga .................... 76 *at DePaul ....................... 69 *DePaul ........................... 64 Southern Mississippi ........ 71 at UAB ............................ 80 *Saint Louis ..................... 80 UAB ................................ 67 *Cincinnati (23) ....... 69 (OT) at Temple ........................ 51 at Arkansas (12) .............. 88 *at Saint Louis .................. 68 *at Dayton ....................... 61 *Marquette ............ 71 (2OT) Long Beach State ............. 73 *Dayton ........................... 60 *at Cincinnati ................... 73 *at Marquette ................... 80

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

NCAA Midwest Regional, Kansas City, Mo.

Record: 22-8

Home: 16-1, Away: 5-6, Neutral 1-1 Conference USA: 11-3 NCAA Tournament Coach: Larry Finch 91 90 80 89 57 74 96 68

J.

L L W W W W L

61 67 57 74 60 94 55

4 6 8 11 14 18 20

Record: 16-15

Home: 11-4, Away: 4-8, Neutral 1-3 Conference USA: 10-4 National Invitation Tournament Coach: Larry Finch

M. 24 L 91 Arkansas (6) ............ 96 (OT) * - Great Midwest Conference games

W W W W W W W W

92 DePaul ............................ 69 14 60 Marquette (21) ................ 72 14

1996-97

77 Louisville ......................... 56 75 Purdue (12) .................... 73

N. 25 28 D. 2 5 16 21 23 28

12 12 11 11 11 15 15 19 19 19 14 14

14 L 63 Drexel ............................. 75 16 * - Conference USA games

64 Cincinnati ........................ 77

1995-96

*UAB .............................. 77 *at Southern Mississippi .... 68 *Saint Louis ..................... 63 *at DePaul ............... 82 (OT) *at Louisville .................... 74 *at Charlotte .................... 55 at Georgetown (14) .......... 81 *Southern Mississippi ....... 66 at Chattanooga ................. 55 *Louisville (21) ................ 54 *at Cincinnati (7) .............. 71 *Tulane ........................... 75

NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds, Albuquerque, N.M.

NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds, Austin, Texas

17 W 19 W

86 81 80 83 56 68 60 91 63 57 66 86

Conference USA Tournament, Memphis

GMC Tournament, Milwaukee, Wis.

10 L

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

7 W 8 L

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

10 17 19 21 23 29 J. 3 5 8 14 17 21 25 28 F. 3 5 9 11 16 18 20 28 M. 2 4

24 27 30 F. 1 3 8 17 20 22 25 29 M. 2

Kansas City, Mo. Purdue (24) .................... 76 12 Jackson State ................... 67 7 Florida A&M .................... 50 7 Georgia State ................... 69 7 Tennessee ....................... 55 6 Sam Houston State ........... 51 5 Louisiana-Monroe ............ 76 5 Temple ........................... 58 3 Worcester, Mass. at Massachusetts (1) ......... 64 3 at Houston ...................... 69 3 *Charlotte ........................ 55 9 *DePaul ........................... 55 9 *at South Florida ....... 59 (OT) 9 Arkansas ......................... 72 9 *at Marquette ................... 59 9

N. 23 30 D. 2 7 15 18 21 23

L L W L L W W W

28 29 30 J. 4 7 9 12 15 19 23 25 30 F. 1 5 9 12 16 19 22 26 M. 1

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

46 46 65 59 47 83 76 61

vs Wisconsin ................... 49 North Carolina State ......... 67 Jackson State ................... 58 Vanderbilt ....................... 66 at Tennessee ................... 57 Louisiana-Monroe ............ 61 Texas Southern ................ 53 Oklahoma ....................... 47

Rainbow Classic, Honolulu, Hi. 73 Michigan (4) .................... 72

68 60 64 60 65 54 51 70 64 48 68 63 62 79 67 62 59 65 85 75

Georgia ........................... 70 at Hawaii ......................... 67 Detroit ............................ 55 *South Florida .................. 59 *at Charlotte .................... 71 *Marquette ...................... 47 *at DePaul ....................... 49 *Charlotte ........................ 76 *at Louisville (6) ............... 58 *at UAB ........................... 51 *Southern Mississippi ....... 54 at Arkansas ...................... 79 at Vanderbilt .................... 69 *Louisville (11) ................ 59 *at Houston ............. 72 (OT) *at Tulane (23) ................. 56 at Saint Louis ................... 58 Georgetown .................... 74 *Houston ......................... 72 *Cincinnati (9) ................. 63

Conference USA Tournament, St. Louis, Mo.

6 L

45 Marquette ....................... 63 National Invitation Tournament

12 L 62 at UNLV .......................... 66 * - Conference USA games

1997-98

Record: 17-12

Home: 11-4, Away: 6-7, Neutral 0-1 Conference USA: 12-4 National Invitation Tournament Coach: Tic Price N. 15 W 75 Louisiana-Monroe .... 74 (OT) 21 L 77 at Vanderbilt .................... 86

D. 2 13 20 22 27 29 J. 3 8 10 14 17 20 22 24 29 31 F. 5 8 11 14 18 21 26 28

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

73 80 66 57 64 72 68 54 72 60 74 79 86 69 70 73 76 77 98 62 83 93 89 77

Jackson State .................. 65 at Oklahoma ................... 78 Tennessee ...................... 68 Miami, Fla. ...................... 65 *Tulane .......................... 59 Idaho ............................. 58 *at Saint Louis ................. 62 *at Cincinnati .................. 61 Arkansas (22) ................. 75 at North Carolina State ..... 71 *South Florida ................. 62 *Southern Mississippi ...... 67 *UAB .............................. 70 at Georgetown ................ 73 *at South Florida .............. 61 *Charlotte ....................... 70 *at Houston .................... 63 *at UAB .......................... 88 *DePaul ............... 100 (2OT) *at Southern Mississippi ... 75 *at Tulane ....................... 77 *Louisville ....................... 75 *Houston ........................ 76 *at Marquette .................. 65

Conference USA Tournament, Cincinnati, Ohio

M. 5 L

57 vs Southern Mississippi.... 85 National Invitation Tournament

11 W 90 Ball State ........................ 67 16 L 80 at Fresno State ................ 83 * - Conference USA games

1998-99

Record: 13-15

Home: 11-5, Away: 2-9, Neutral 0-1 Conference USA: 6-10 Coach: Tic Price N. 13 W 79 UNC-Wilmington ............. 75 Chase NIT

16 21 30 D. 2 5 8 12 19 22 28 J. 2 7 10 14 17 23 25 30 F. 4 6 11 13 18 21 24 27

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

73 90 86 67 65 73 78 74 64 54 83 70 77 83 81 83 83 74 76 78 78 75 92 81 79 64

Gonzaga ......................... 88 Louisiana at Monroe ........ 80 Arkansas-Pine Bluff ......... 42 at Tennessee .................. 68 Vanderbilt....................... 56 Jackson State .................. 65 Mississippi............... 72 (OT) at Arkansas (20) ............. 99 at Miami ......................... 80 *Southern Mississippi ...... 60 *UAB .............................. 91 *at South Florida .............. 80 *at Charlotte.................... 82 *Tulane .......................... 68 *at Houston .................... 83 *South Florida ................. 70 Arkansas State ................ 66 *at Southern Mississippi ... 60 *at Louisville ................... 89 *Houston ........................ 79 *at UAB .......................... 75 *at DePaul ...................... 81 *Saint Louis..................... 89 *Marquette ..................... 79 *at Tulane ....................... 85 *Cincinnati (9) ................. 89

Conference USA Tournament, Birmingham, Ala.

M. 3 L 81 %vs South Florida .... 88 (OT) * - Conference USA games

182★Memphis Basketball


ALL-TIME RESUL TS 1999-2000

Record: 15-16

Home: 11-6, Away: 3-8, Neutral 1-2 Conference USA: 7-9 Coach: Johnny Jones Maui Invitational, Lahaina, Maui, Hi.

N. 22 23 24 29 D. 1 4 8 11 16 18 21 23 28 J. 3 8 12 19 22 26 29 F. 3 9 12 16 20 23 26 M. 1 4

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

55 65 83 97 79 82 61 64 72 69 76 98 65 76 67 78 55 89 84 66 59 63 73 75 78 84 53 77 91

Georgetown .................... 71 Southern California ........... 92 Chaminade ...................... 65 Alabama A&M .................. 66 Jackson State ................... 74 Miami ............................. 72 at Kansas State ................. 63 at Mississippi ................... 74 at Arkansas State .............. 84 Tennessee (13) ............... 74 Louisiana at Monroe ......... 61 Grambling State ............... 59 *DePaul (24) ................... 71 Arkansas ......................... 71 *at Saint Louis .................. 75 *South Florida .................. 74 *at Cincinnati (1) .............. 75 *Houston ......................... 98 *UAB ............................... 70 *at Southern Mississippi .... 67 *Louisville ........................ 74 *at Tulane ........................ 64 *Southern Miss ........ 79 (OT) *at UAB ......................... 102 *Charlotte ........................ 67 *at Houston ..................... 81 *at Marquette ................... 49 *Tulane ........................... 49 *at South Florida ............... 72

15 17 19 25 28 M. 3

8 W 9 L 13 W 20 W 22 W

2001-02

Record: 27-9

Home: 19-2, Away: 6-4, Neutral 2-3 Conference USA: 12-4 NIT Champion Coach: John Calipari Guardians Classic, Memphis

N. 13 W 14 W 18 W

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vs. Miami, Ohio ................ 59 vs. Stanford (5) ................ 83 vs. Utah (13) ................... 61 Tennessee-Martin ............ 49 at Arkansas (25) .............. 74 at Tennessee (6) .............. 86 Mississippi ...................... 64 Arkansas State ................. 60 Christian Brothers ............ 54 at Miami, Fla. ................... 66 *Southern Mississippi ....... 75 Kansas State .................... 58 Howard ........................... 42 *at Houston ..................... 78 *at DePaul ....................... 68 *Saint Louis ............. 63 (OT) *Houston ......................... 68 *at Tulane ........................ 69 *at UAB ................... 73 (OT) *Marquette ...................... 71 *at South Florida ............... 89 *Tulane ........................... 64

71 at Utah ............................ 62 90 UTEP .............................. 65 81 New Mexico .................... 63 TiVo NIT, New York

Puerto Rico Shootout, Bayamón, P.R.

60 60 58 81 68 76 56 83 98 57 67 81 112 86 72 72 72 91 76 65 100 91

71 Marquette ....................... 65 79 Cincinnati ........................ 89

27 L 64 Tulsa .............................. 72 29 W 86 Detroit ............................ 71 * - Conference USA games

Home: 12-5, Away: 6-6, Neutral 3-4 Conference USA: 10-6 NIT Final Four Coach: John Calipari N. 17 L 62 Temple ........................... 67 W L L W L L L W W L L W W W W W W W W L W W

*Cincinnati ....................... 66 *at Charlotte .................... 83 *UAB .............................. 69 *South Florida .................. 61 *at Southern Mississippi .... 74 *at Louisville .................... 65

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88 Wofford .......................... 61 12 91 Old Dominion .................. 66 12 97 Northwestern State .......... 69 12

Guardians Classic, Kansas City, Mo. L 71 ^vs. Iowa (9) ................... 75 12 L 70 ^vs. Alabama (22) ........... 81 12 W 65 Southeastern Louisiana ..... 46 12 W 86 Christian Brothers ............ 54 20 W 111 Eastern Kentucky ............. 74 20 L 67 at Mississippi ................... 71 22

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71 64 109 88 73 75 98 78 81 73 102 84 80 98 78 46 63 73 71 88 75

Tennessee ....................... 69 at Temple ........................ 54 Austin Peay ..................... 68 Tennessee-Martin ............ 58 Arkansas ......................... 90 *Southern Mississippi ....... 53 *at TCU ........................... 93 *at Tulane ........................ 70 *South Florida .................. 62 *at Southern Mississippi .... 64 *UAB .............................. 81 *at Houston ..................... 66 *Louisville ........................ 70 *TCU ............................... 72 *Tulane ........................... 72 *at UAB ........................... 64 *at Charlotte .................... 75 *Houston ......................... 76 *at South Florida .............. 59 *DePaul ........................... 61 *at Cincinnati (4) ...... 80 (OT)

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N. 14 22 25 D. 3 7 14 19 28 30 J. 2 5 7 11 18 22 25 F. 1 4 8 13 15 19 22 26 M. 1 6 8

74 vs. Houston ..................... 80

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82 UNC Greensboro ............. 62 80 BYU ................................ 69 79 Tennessee Tech ............... 73

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70 80 78 73 72 78 58 77 67 72 72 85 67 74 77 66 80 73 84 58 94 80 73 88 67 71 90

Syracuse ........................ 63 Austin Peay State ..... 81 (OT) Arkansas-Pine Bluff ......... 54 UALR ............................. 49 Furman .......................... 55 at Missouri (11) .............. 93 Mississippi...................... 51 Illinois (7) ....................... 74 Murray State ................... 60 at Arkansas ..................... 67 Villanova ........................ 68 *Tulane .......................... 73 *at Southern Mississippi ... 84 *South Florida ................. 75 *Houston ........................ 66 *at Saint Louis ................. 69 *Southern Mississippi ...... 62 *East Carolina .................. 49 *at TCU........................... 69 *at Tulane ....................... 57 *UAB .............................. 70 *at Louisville (4) .............. 73 *at South Florida .............. 66 *TCU .............................. 64 *Cincinnati ...................... 48 *at Houston .................... 56 *at UAB .......................... 79

24 24 18 18

Conference USA Tournament, Louisville, Ky.

13 W 14 L

62 South Florida .................. 56 16 75 at Louisville (20) ............. 78 16

NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds, Oklahoma City, Okla. 20 L 71 Arizona State .................. 84 19

* - Conference USA games

Conference USA Tournament, Cincinnati, Ohio

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Record: 23-7

Home: 14-2, Away: 7-4, Neutral 2-1 Conference USA: 13-3 NCAA Tournament Coach: John Calipari

Conference USA Tournament, Louisville, Ky.

8 W 60 South Florida ................... 58 9 L 76 DePaul ............................ 80 * - Conference USA games

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NCAA BOX SCORES PENN STATE 59, MEMPHIS 55

MEMPHIS 90, SOUTH CAROLINA 76

MEMPHIS 98, PROVIDENCE 85

MARCH 8, 1955, LEXINGTON, KY. MIDEAST REGION, FIRST ROUND

MARCH 15, 1973, HOUSTON, TEXAS MIDWEST REGION, REGIONAL SEMIFINALS

MARCH 24, 1973, ST. LOUIS, MO. FINAL FOUR, NATIONAL SEMIFINALS

PENN STATE Jim Blocker Dave Edwards John Hoffman JessieArnelle Ron Weidenhammer Earl Fields TOTALS

FG 3 2 1 6 4 5 21

FT-FTA 2-3 0-0 0-0 8-13 0-0 7-8 17-24

MEMPHIS FG FT-FTA Hoover Scott 2 1-2 Millard Davis 4 4-8 BillyMcClain 2 0-0 Don Winn 1 0-0 Forest Arnold 5 2-6 Elmore Fortner 1 0-1 Ken Caldwell 8 2-2 TOTALS 23 9-19 Halftime: Penn State 33, Memphis 19

PF 3 1 2 3 1 2 12 PF 2 3 0 0 4 2 1 15 Att: 4,500

TP 8 4 2 20 8 17 59 TP 5 12 4 2 12 2 18 55

OKLAHOMA CITY 97, MEMPHIS 81 MARCH 13, 1956, WICHITA, KAN. MIDWEST REGION, FIRST ROUND OKLAHOMA CITY Leon Griffin Larry Bradshaw Cecil Magana Wheeler Lyndon Lee Tom Juby Dennis Jeter Robert Holloway Hubert Reed TOTALS

FG-FGA 7-11 5-9 3-8 0-0 5-15 2-2 2-5 1-8 10-14 35-72

FT-FTA 3-5 1-2 0-10 0-0 5-8 2-2 0-0 9-10 7-12 27-39

MEMPHIS FG-FGA FT-FTA Bob Swander 3-13 2-2 Neal Doyle 0-2 2-4 Hoover Scott 7-16 9-11 Don Jones 1-1 0-0 Jimmie Ballard 1-4 3-9 Elmore Fortner 5-12 5-8 Jack Butcher 5-11 0-3 Spud Hays 8-13 0-1 TOTALS 30-72 21-38 Halftime: Memphis 41, Oklahoma City 33 Officials: Morrow & Knowles

REB 3 8 3 0 11 1 0 11 7 44

PF 4 2 2 1 3 1 1 4 5 24

REB PF 6 4 0 1 7 5 1 3 5 4 7 1 3 1 6 4 35 23 Att: 2,340

TP 17 11 6 0 15 6 4 11 27 97 TP 8 2 23 2 5 15 10 16 81

CREIGHTON 87, MEMPHIS 83 MARCH 12, 1962, DALLAS, TEXAS MIDWEST REGION, FIRST ROUND MEMPHIS Hunter Beckman Bob Neumann Don Randolph Larry Garber James Horton George Kirk Jerry Parrish Tim Weaver Don Drewel TOTALS

FG-FGA 7-12 7-16 0-0 5-16 3-9 5-9 1-9 0-0 0-0 28-71

FT-FTA 5-6 9-12 2-2 3-4 2-2 5-6 1-2 0-0 0-1 27-34

CREIGHTON FG-FGA FT-FTA Jim Bakos 7-14 6-8 Herb Millard 2-7 0-1 ChuckOfficer 3-7 2-2 Paul Silas 11-31 5-10 Pete McManamon 6-9 5-8 Tom Dowling 0-1 0-0 Carl Silvestrial 0-0 0-1 Larry Wagner 4-16 3-5 Santos Jimenes 0-3 0-0 Harry Forehand 0-0 0-0 Jim Swassing 0-0 0-0 TOTALS 33-88 21-35 Halftime: Memphis 47, Creighton 44 Officials: Gergens & Ceracino

REB 5 8 0 4 2 6 4 1 0 45

PF 4 5 1 3 3 5 3 0 0 24

REB PF 11 5 2 5 8 5 24 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 5 5 0 1 0 0 2 1 84 26 Att: 6,500

TP 19 23 2 13 8 15 3 0 0 83 TP 20 4 8 27 17 0 0 11 0 0 0 87

MEMPHIS BillLaurie BillyBuford Larry Finch Ronnie Robinson Larry Kenon Jim Liss Doug McKinney Wes Westfall Bill Cook TOTALS

FG-FGA 0-1 5-7 8-17 5-16 16-30 0-0 0-0 0-1 2-5 36-77

FT-FTA 6-7 0-0 9-10 1-4 2-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 18-27

SOUTH CAROLINA FG-FGA FT-FTA Mike Dunleavy 4-10 4-4 Alex English 9-15 1-1 Brian Winters 5-11 4-4 Dan Traylor 5-12 0-4 Kevin Joyce 8-21 2-2 Jim Walsh 0-0 0-0 Bob Mathias 1-1 0-0 Casey Manning 0-0 0-0 Mark Greiner 0-0 0-0 Tom Cox 0-0 1-2 TOTALS 32-70 12-17 Halftime: Memphis 39, South Carolina 24 Officials: Grossman & Hernjak

REB 1 10 1 17 20 0 0 0 0 60

PF 4 3 4 2 4 0 1 0 1 19

REB PF 0 3 8 5 8 5 6 3 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 4 1 0 1 0 33 22 Att: 10,060

TP 6 10 25 11 34 0 0 0 4 90 TP 12 19 14 10 18 0 2 0 0 1 76

MEMPHIS BillyBuford Larry Kenon Ronnie Robinson BillLaurie Larry Finch Bill Cook Wes Westfall Clarence Jones TOTALS

FG-FGA 3-7 14-27 11-17 1-3 7-16 3-6 2-3 0-1 41-80

FT-FTA 0-0 0-4 2-3 2-3 7-9 2-3 3-4 0-0 16-26

PROVIDENCE FG-FGA FT-FTA Charles Crawford 5-12 0-0 Fran Costello 5-5 1-1 Marvin Barnes 5-7 2-3 Ernie DiGregorio 15-36 2-2 Kevin Stacum 6-15 3-3 Nehru King 2-6 0-0 Al Baker 0-0 0-0 Rich Dunphy 0-1 1-2 Gary Bello 0-0 0-0 TOTALS 38-82 9-11 Halftime: Providence 49, Memphis 40

REB 3 22 16 1 6 1 2 0 54

PF 2 1 2 4 4 2 0 0 15

REB PF 15 3 8 5 3 4 2 4 5 5 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 39 22 Att: 19,029

TP 6 28 24 4 21 8 7 0 98 TP 10 11 12 32 15 4 0 1 0 85

MEMPHIS 92, KANSAS STATE 72 MARCH 17, 1973, HOUSTON, TEXAS MIDWEST REGION, REGIONAL FINALS MEMPHIS BillLaurie BillyBuford Larry Finch Ronnie Robinson Larry Kenon Jerry Tetzlaff Jim Liss Ken Andrews Doug McKinney Wes Westfall Bill Cook Clarence Jones TOTALS

FG-FGA 2-4 2-5 10-16 7-10 7-12 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-1 5-6 3-6 0-0 37-62

FT-FTA 4-4 0-0 12-12 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 18-20

KANSAS STATE FG-FGA FT-FTA Lon Kruger 6-12 3-3 Bob Chipman 1-4 1-2 Larry Williams 2-8 0-0 Ernie Kusnyer 8-19 5-10 Steve Mitchell 6-14 0-1 Danny Beard 0-3 1-2 Doug Snider 0-3 0-0 Jerry Thurston 2-3 0-2 Gene McVey 4-7 4-4 TOTALS 29-73 14-24 Halftime: Memphis 44, Kansas State 34 Officials: Howell & Moreau

REB 3 3 2 16 7 2 0 0 0 6 3 0 47

PF 2 4 2 3 4 0 0 1 0 5 0 1 22

REB PF 5 3 2 1 5 2 5 4 6 3 1 1 0 2 1 2 4 1 29 19 Att: 10,060

TP 8 4 32 14 14 0 0 0 0 10 8 0 92 TP 15 3 4 21 12 1 0 4 12 72

MEMPHIS’S 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 above is Finch who scored 29 points against the Bruins in the ’73 Finals.

184★Memphis Basketball


NCAA BOX SCORES UCLA 87, MEMPHIS 66 MARCH 26, 1973, ST. LOUIS, MO. FINAL FOUR, NATIONAL FINALS UCLA Keith Wilkes Larry Farmer Bill Walton Greg Lee Larry Hollyfield Tommy Curtis Dave Meyers Swen Nater Gary Franklin Vince Carson Bob Webb TOTALS

FG-FGA 8-14 1-4 21-22 1-1 4-7 1-4 2-7 1-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 40-62

FT-FTA 0-0 0-0 2-5 3-3 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 7-11

REB 7 2 13 3 3 3 3 3 1 0 0 40

PF 2 2 4 2 4 1 1 2 0 0 0 18

MEMPHIS FG-FGA BillyBuford 3-7 Larry Kenon 8-16 Ronnie Robinson 3-6 BillLaurie 0-1 Larry Finch 9-21 Wes Westfall 0-1 Bill Cook 1-4 Doug McKinney 0-0 Clarence Jones 0-0 Jerry Tetzlaff 0-0 Jim Liss 0-1 Ken Andrews 0-0 TOTALS 24-57 Halftime: UCLA 39, Memphis 39 Officials: Howell & Shosid

FT-FTA 1-2 4-4 0-1 0-0 11-13 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 18-24

REB PF 3 1 8 3 7 4 0 0 1 2 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 21 17 Att: 19,031

TP 16 2 44 5 8 4 4 2 2 0 0 87 TP 7 20 6 0 29 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 66

PEPPERDINE 87, MEMPHIS 77 MARCH 13, 1976, TEMPE, ARIZ. WEST REGION, FIRST ROUND PEPPERDINE FlintieWilliams Dennis Johnson Marcos Leite Dick Skophammer Ollie Matson Brian Goorjan Howie Dalimar TOTALS

FG-FGA 6-9 3-9 12-22 3-7 7-16 0-1 1-1 32-65

FT-FTA 2-2 4-8 10-11 2-3 5-9 0-1 0-0 23-34

MEMPHIS FG-FGA FT-FTA Alvin Wright 2-6 0-0 Dexter Reed 8-17 0-0 Bill Cook 3-11 7-8 Marion Hillard 4-8 3-4 John Washington 2-2 2-2 John Gunn 5-8 0-0 Buster Hancock 0-0 3-4 John Kilzer 0-0 0-0 Clarence Jones 3-6 2-2 Ed Wilson 3-6 0-0 TOTALS 30-64 17-20 Halftime: Memphis 41, Pepperdine 38 Officials: Menz & Wooldridge

REB 7 6 8 10 11 0 0 45

PF 2 4 3 4 3 0 1 17

REB PF 1 3 1 3 4 4 8 4 1 5 4 2 0 0 0 0 4 3 9 5 36 29 Att: 8,159

TP 14 10 34 8 19 0 2 87 TP 4 16 13 11 6 10 3 0 8 6 77

MEMPHIS 56, WAKE FOREST 55 MARCH 13, 1982, CHARLOTTE, N.C. EAST REGION, SECOND ROUND MEMPHIS Bobby Parks Keith Lee DerrickPhillips Otis Jackson Phillip Haynes Ricky McCoy Greg Moore Johnnie Gipson Jon Albright A. Maceo Battle Aaron Price Bubba Luckett Garry Taylor TOTALS

FG-FGA 4-7 7-9 1-3 4-8 5-7 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 22-38

FT-FTA 4-5 4-5 2-3 1-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 12-17

REB 5 8 3 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 21

PF 3 3 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 11

TP 12 18 4 9 11 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 56

Memphis coach Gene Bartow and UCLA’s John Wooden greet one another prior to their teams’ 1973 NCAA Final game. WAKE FOREST FG-FGA FT-FTA John Toms 2-2 0-0 Guy Morgan 6-11 1-2 Jim Johnstone 1-3 1-4 Danny Young 3-7 0-0 Mike Helms 4-5 1-2 Scott Davis 0-0 0-0 Delaney Rudd 0-0 0-0 Chuck Kepley 1-1 0-0 Stewart Wallace 0-0 0-0 Sylvester Charles 1-1 0-0 Lee Garber 1-2 0-0 Anthony Teachy 5-8 4-4 TOTALS 24-40 7-12 Halftime: Wake Forest 38, Memphis 34 Officials: Kelly, Burroughs & Solomon

REB PF 1 1 4 4 0 3 1 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 4 15 17 Att: 11,400

TP 4 13 3 6 9 0 0 2 0 2 2 14 55

VILLANOVA 70, MEMPHIS 66 (OT) MARCH 19, 1982, RALEIGH, N.C. EAST REGION, REGIONAL SEMIFINALS VILLANOVA Aaron Howard Ed Pinckney John Pinone Stewart Granger Dwayne McClain Gary McClain Mike Mulquin Frank Dobbs John Sices TOTALS

FG-FGA 8-10 4-8 8-17 4-9 1-5 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 26-51

FT-FTA 0-1 8-12 3-6 2-2 0-0 0-0 5-5 0-0 0-0 18-26

MEMPHIS FG-FGA FT-FTA Bobby Parks 4-9 2-2 Keith Lee 7-10 0-1 DerrickPhillips 5-10 2-4 Otis Jackson 5-15 3-6 Phillip Haynes 6-11 1-2 Johnnie Gipson 1-2 0-0 Garry Taylor 1-2 0-0 TOTALS 29-59 8-15 Halftime: Villanova 35, Memphis 31 Officials: Forte, Rucker & Wortman

REB 2 10 12 2 1 0 1 0 0 31

PF 4 2 3 4 4 0 0 0 1 18

REB PF 5 4 4 5 10 4 5 2 0 3 1 1 3 1 31 20 Att: 12,400

TP 16 16 19 10 2 0 7 0 0 70 TP 10 14 12 13 13 2 2 66

MEMPHIS 66, GEORGETOWN 57 MARCH 20, 1983, LOUISVILLE, KY. MIDWEST REGION, SECOND ROUND MEMPHIS Bobby Parks Keith Lee DerrickPhillips Andre Turner Phillip Haynes Baskerville Holmes Ricky McCoy TOTALS

FG-FGA 3-5 8-11 2-2 1-5 5-8 0-0 0-0 19-31

FT-FTA 3-4 12-16 6-8 2-5 3-4 0-0 2-2 28-39

GEORGETOWN FG-FGA FT-FTA Bill Martin 3-4 0-0 David Wingate 0-2 0-0 Patrick Ewing 8-16 8-8 Gene Smith 1-2 2-3 Michael Jackson 4-14 4-7 Ralph Dalton 0-1 0-0 Anthony Jones 1-5 0-0 Horace Broadnax 4-10 0-0 Fred Brown 0-0 0-0 David Dunn 0-2 1-2 David Blue 0-0 0-0 TOTALS 21-56 15-20 Halftime: Memphis 30, Georgetown 25 Officials: Rutledge, Paparo & Hinkel

REB 4 15 11 1 1 0 1 37

PF 4 2 2 4 5 0 0 17

REB PF 5 2 2 1 9 5 0 5 0 2 2 2 0 3 1 2 1 3 2 3 0 0 22 28 Att: 14,105

TP 9 28 10 4 13 0 2 66 TP 6 0 24 4 12 0 2 8 0 1 0 57

HOUSTON 70, MEMPHIS 63 MARCH 25, 1983, KANSAS CITY, MO. MIDWEST REGION, REGIONAL SEMIFINALS HOUSTON Clyde Drexler Larry Micheaux Akeem Olajuwon Alvin Franklin Michael Young Reid Gettys David Rose Benny Anders Derek Giles Bryan Williams TOTALS

FG-FGA 4-8 2-6 10-14 0-4 6-12 1-3 0-1 2-3 1-1 1-1 27-53

FT-FTA 0-0 6-7 1-2 4-4 5-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 16-20

MEMPHIS FG-FGA FT-FTA Bobby Parks 7-12 3-4 Keith Lee 6-15 1-2 DerrickPhillips 5-5 3-4 Andre Turner 5-13 0-0 Phillip Haynes 4-10 2-4 Baskerville Holmes 0-1 0-0 TOTALS 27-56 9-14 Halftime: Houston 34, Memphis 34 Officials: Weller, Lembo & Turner

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REB 7 7 6 0 5 0 1 0 0 1 30

PF 5 4 3 0 1 2 0 1 0 1 17

REB PF 5 5 8 3 5 1 2 2 3 3 0 0 27 14 Att: 17,036

TP 8 10 21 4 17 2 0 4 2 2 70 TP 17 13 13 10 10 0 63


NCAA BOX SCORES MEMPHIS 92, ORAL ROBERTS 83 MARCH 15, 1984, MEMPHIS, TENN. MIDWEST REGION, FIRST ROUND MEMPHIS Baskerville Holmes Keith Lee William Bedford Phillip Haynes Andre Turner DerrickPhillips Willie Becton Ricky McCoy Jon Albright Larry Bush TOTALS

FG-FGA 6-8 12-18 9-15 2-13 5-6 1-3 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 36-65

FT-FTA 6-8 2-4 2-3 4-4 2-5 0-0 0-2 0-0 4-4 0-0 20-30

ORAL ROBERTS FG-FGA FT-FTA Sam Potter 4-17 1-1 Jeff Acres 7-19 2-2 Mark Acres 11-25 6-6 Kevin McGee 3-6 0-0 Charles Dorsey 9-12 0-2 Brian Miles 1-4 0-0 Butch Berry 1-2 0-0 Kip Brown 1-1 0-0 Mark Wilson 0-0 0-0 Akin Otiko 0-0 0-0 Dwight Givens 0-0 0-0 Steve Harper 0-0 0-0 TOTALS 37-86 9-11 Halftime: Memphis 46, Oral Roberts 34 Officials: Didler, Labetich & Stromkowski

REB 11 11 8 2 1 4 3 0 0 0 42

PF 1 4 3 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 13

REB PF 3 3 10 5 18 4 4 1 4 4 1 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44 22 Att: 11,200

TP 18 26 20 8 12 2 0 0 6 0 92 TP 9 16 28 6 18 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 83

MEMPHIS 66, PURDUE 48 MARCH 17, 1984, MEMPHIS, TENN. MIDWEST REGION, SECOND ROUND MEMPHIS Baskerville Holmes Keith Lee William Bedford Phillip Haynes Andre Turner DerrickPhillips Willie Becton Ricky McCoy Larry Bush Jon Albright John Wilfong TOTALS

FG-FGA 4-9 11-17 3-5 3-9 3-4 1-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 26-48

FT-FTA 0-3 7-7 0-0 1-1 4-5 0-0 0-0 0-1 2-4 0-0 0-0 14-21

PURDUE FG-FGA FT-FTA Mark Atkinson 1-9 0-2 Greg Eifert 0-3 0-0 Jim Rowinski 5-11 4-6 Ricky Hall 3-11 2-2 Steve Reid 4-14 4-4 James Bullock 1-2 0-4 Curt Clawson 3-13 0-0 Herb Robinson 0-2 0-0 Mack Gadis 2-3 0-0 TOTALS 19-68 10-18 Halftime: Memphis 35, Purdue 22 Officials: Vacca, Crowley & Moreau

REB 6 16 8 5 3 6 0 1 3 0 0 49

PF 0 4 3 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 12

REB PF 5 4 4 3 4 1 4 4 2 2 7 4 1 2 0 0 1 3 32 23 Att: 11,200

TP 8 29 6 7 10 2 0 0 4 0 0 66 TP 2 0 14 8 12 2 6 0 4 48

HOUSTON 78, MEMPHIS 71 MARCH 21, 1984, ST. LOUIS, MO. MIDWEST REGION, REGIONAL SEMIFINALS HOUSTON Rickie Winslow Michael Young Akeem Olajuwon Alvin Franklin Reid Gettys Greg Anderson Benny Anders TOTALS

FG-FGA 5-7 5-22 9-17 7-13 2-5 0-0 0-2 28-66

FT-FTA 2-4 3-5 7-15 10-12 0-0 0-0 0-0 22-36

REB 12 9 13 2 3 1 0 44

PF 0 1 4 2 3 0 1 11

TP 12 13 25 24 4 0 0 78

MEMPHIS FG-FGA FT-FTA Keith Lee 6-13 3-6 Baskerville Holmes 4-8 0-0 William Bedford 10-12 1-2 Andre Turner 5-8 0-0 Phillip Haynes 7-14 1-1 DerrickPhillips 1-3 0-0 Willie Becton 0-2 0-0 Jon Albright 0-0 0-0 Ricky McCoy 0-1 0-0 Larry Bush 0-0 0-0 TOTALS 33-61 5-9 Halftime: Houston 41, Memphis 40 Officials: Forte, Rucker & Higgins

REB PF 10 5 4 5 4 5 3 4 5 0 1 0 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 33 25 Att: 20,143

TP 15 8 21 10 15 2 0 0 0 0 71

MEMPHIS 67, PENN 55 MARCH 15, 1985, HOUSTON, TEXAS MIDWEST REGION, FIRST ROUND MEMPHIS Keith Lee Baskerville Holmes William Bedford Andre Turner Vincent Askew Ricky McCoy John Wilfong Dwight Boyd DeWayne Bailey David Jensen Willie Becton TOTALS

FG-FGA 4-8 3-6 5-5 8-14 6-10 0-0 0-1 2-6 0-0 0-1 1-2 29-53

FT-FTA 0-2 2-3 1-4 0-0 0-0 3-4 1-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 9-17

PENN FG-FGA FT-FTA Phil Pitts 5-7 2-2 Bruce Lefkowitz 2-6 3-4 Neil Bernstein 0-0 0-1 Perry Bromwell 6-11 4-4 Karl Racine 4-5 0-1 John Wilson 0-0 0-0 Chris Elzey 2-7 0-0 Rick Maloney 1-1 0-1 Scott Mascioli 3-3 0-0 Anthony Arnolie 0-1 0-0 Rich Cohan 0-1 0-0 TOTALS 23-47 9-13 Halftime: Memphis 26, Pennsylvania 25 Officials: Clark, Rife & Hightower

REB 3 7 8 3 5 2 0 3 3 0 0 32

PF 4 2 3 4 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 16

REB PF 3 4 8 2 2 4 2 1 1 1 0 0 2 2 3 1 2 1 0 1 2 0 27 20 Att: 8,000

TP 8 8 11 16 12 3 1 4 4 0 2 67 TP 12 7 0 16 8 0 4 2 6 0 0 55

MEMPHIS 67, UAB 66 MARCH 17, 1985, HOUSTON, TEXAS MIDWEST REGION, SECOND ROUND MEMPHIS Keith Lee Baskerville Holmes William Bedford Andre Turner Vincent Askew John Wilfong Dwight Boyd Willie Becton TOTALS

FG-FGA 12-17 2-7 3-12 11-17 1-3 0-1 0-2 0-0 29-59

FT-FTA 4-6 4-4 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 9-13

UAB FG-FGA FT-FTA Marvin Ray Johnson 0-0 1-2 Jerome Mincy 0-8 7-11 Anthony Gordon 6-13 2-2 Steve Mitchell 6-15 1-2 James Ponder 5-13 8-9 Tracy Foster 0-0 0-0 Murry Bartow 0-0 0-0 Michael Charles 3-4 3-4 Eddie Collins 0-1 0-0 Archie Johnson 2-3 0-0 TOTALS 22-57 22-30 Halftime: UAB 32, Memphis 27 Officials: Nichols, Holme & Range

REB 6 8 8 0 5 1 3 0 31

PF 5 3 3 4 3 1 2 3 24

TP 28 8 8 23 2 0 0 0 67

REB 1 9 15 2 4 0 0 3 0 4 40

PF 0 4 2 3 2 0 0 2 1 2 16 Att: 6,800

TP 1 7 14 13 18 0 0 9 0 4 66

MEMPHIS 59, BOSTON COLLEGE 57 MARCH 21, 1985, DALLAS, TEXAS MIDWEST REGION, REGIONAL SEMIFINALS MEMPHIS Keith Lee Baskerville Holmes William Bedford Andre Turner Vincent Askew Willie Becton Dwight Boyd TOTALS

FG-FGA 3-12 2-7 10-13 6-12 1-3 4-10 1-1 27-58

FT-FTA 2-3 0-0 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 5-8

REB 6 1 6 0 2 0 0 35

PF 4 2 3 1 0 2 0 12

TP 8 4 23 12 2 8 2 59

BOSTON COLLEGE FG-FGA FT-FTA REB PF Roger McCready 2-7 5-6 2 1 Terrence Talley 5-8 1-2 3 4 Trevor Gordon 3-3 3-5 2 4 Michael Adams 6-14 0-0 0 2 Dominic Pressley 1-2 0-0 1 0 Stu Primus 7-13 0-0 0 2 Troy Bowers 0-2 0-0 1 3 Skip Barry 0-5 0-0 2 0 Mark Schmidt 0-1 0-0 0 0 Tyrone Scott 0-0 0-0 0 0 TOTALS 24-55 9-13 30 16 Halftime: Memphis 31, Boston College 31 Att: 17,007 Officials: Vacca, Shea & Armstrong

TP 9 11 9 12 2 14 0 0 0 0 57

MEMPHIS 63, OKLAHOMA 61 MARCH 23, 1985, DALLAS, TEXAS MIDWEST REGION, REGIONAL FINALS MEMPHIS Keith Lee Baskerville Holmes William Bedford Andre Turner Vincent Askew Willie Becton DeWayne Bailey Dwight Boyd TOTALS

FG-FGA 9-22 2-4 4-5 5-9 0-1 3-4 1-2 1-2 25-49

FT-FTA 5-5 0-0 4-4 2-5 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 13-18

OKLAHOMA FG-FGA FT-FTA Anthony Bowie 5-12 0-2 Darryl Kennedy 7-15 2-2 Wayman Tisdale 5-10 1-1 Tim McCalister 6-12 2-2 David Johnson 0-0 0-0 Linwood Davis 0-0 0-0 Shawn Clark 0-1 0-0 TOTALS 26-56 9-13 Halftime: Memphis 33, Oklahoma 33 Officials: Vacca, Shea & Armstrong

REB 3 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 32

PF 4 1 4 3 1 2 1 0 16

REB PF 1 2 2 3 1 3 0 5 0 3 0 3 0 0 27 19 Att: 17,007

TP 23 4 12 12 1 7 2 2 63 TP 10 16 11 14 0 0 0 61

William Bedford scored 23 points, shooting 10-of13 from the field, in the Tigers’ 59-57 Midwest Regional win over Boston College in 1985.

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NCAA BOX SCORES VILLANOVA 52, MEMPHIS 45

MEMPHIS 75, BAYLOR 60

MARCH 30, 1985, LEXINGTON, KY. FINAL FOUR, NATIONAL SEMIFINALS

MARCH 17, 1988, SOUTH BEND, IND. MIDWEST REGION, FIRST ROUND

VILLANOVA Harold Pressley Dwayne McClain Ed Pinckney Dwight Wilbur Gary McLain Mark Plansky Harold Jensen Chuck Everson TOTALS

FG-FGA 1-8 6-9 3-7 0-2 2-5 1-1 3-6 0-0 16-38

FT-FTA 1-2 7-7 6-9 0-0 5-5 1-3 0-0 0-0 20-26

MEMPHIS FG-FGA FT-FTA Keith Lee 3-9 4-4 Baskerville Holmes 4-8 0-0 William Bedford 4-9 0-0 Andre Turner 5-13 1-2 Vincent Askew 1-3 0-1 John Wilfong 0-1 0-0 Dwight Boyd 0-2 0-0 DeWayne Bailey 1-1 0-0 Willie Becton 1-4 2-2 TOTALS 19-50 7-9 Halftime: Villanova 23, Memphis 23 Officials: Clougherty, Dibler & McJunkin

REB 6 4 9 1 2 0 4 0 27

PF 3 4 3 1 1 1 0 0 13

REB PF 7 5 2 5 7 4 4 3 7 2 1 1 0 0 0 2 5 1 33 23 Att: 23,124

TP 3 19 12 0 9 3 6 0 52

MEMPHIS FG-FGA Rodney Douglas 10-17 Steve Ballard 1-4 Dewayne Bailey 4-6 Dwight Boyd 7-17 Elliot Perry 4-9 Cheyene Gibson 1-2 John McLaughlin 0-2 Russell Young 0-1 Brett Mundt 2-3 TOTALS 29-61 3-Point Goals: Perry (0-1).

TP 10 8 8 11 2 0 0 2 4 45

MEMPHIS 95, BALL STATE 63 FG-FGA 7-9 11-17 7-13 5-10 1-9 1-3 1-2 1-3 0-2 0-4 0-3 3-3 37-78

FT-FTA 0-0 1-2 2-4 2-2 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 10-12 0-0 4-4 21-26

BALL STATE FG-FGA FT-FTA Dan Palombizio 5-22 7-8 Derrick Wesley 1-5 1-2 Steve Dziatczak 1-5 0-0 Larry Reed 5-9 2-3 Chris Shelton 5-14 1-1 Charles Smith 2-4 1-2 David Eha 0-1 0-0 Rob Kamiak 1-4 0-2 John Luedke 2-4 0-0 Rick Hall 0-2 1-2 John Whittington 3-4 0-2 TOTALS 25-74 13-22 Halftime: Memphis 40, Ball State 34 Officials: Borucki, Rucker & McDaniel

REB 4 8 8 0 2 4 3 3 0 7 4 2 49

PF 4 0 4 2 2 1 1 0 2 3 2 1 22

REB PF 14 4 6 4 2 3 2 2 6 5 2 1 1 0 3 1 4 2 4 0 2 0 52 22 Att: 13,749

TP 14 23 16 12 2 4 2 2 0 10 0 10 95 TP 17 3 2 12 11 5 0 2 4 1 6 63

REB 7 5 4 1 4 0 2 2 5 37

PF 2 4 4 3 2 0 4 1 1 21

BAYLOR FG-FGA FT-FTA REB PF Frank Williams 2-3 0-0 1 1 Robert McLemore 0-1 0-0 1 2 Darryl Middleton 10-14 2-5 8 2 Michael Hobbs 4-9 2-2 1 1 Michael Williams 4-11 4-6 3 3 Brett Brown 0-0 0-0 2 0 Dennis Lindsey 1-1 2-2 0 5 Ivan Jones 1-3 0-0 3 3 Melvin Hunt 0-1 0-0 0 2 James Francis 2-4 0-0 1 2 TOTALS 24-47 10-15 21 20 3-Point Goals: Hobbs (0-1), M.Williams (1-4), Lindsey (1-1). Halftime: Memphis 33, Baylor 30 Att: 10,760 Officials: Birk, Shapiro & Maracich

MARCH 13, 1986, BATON ROUGE, LA. SOUTHEAST REGION, FIRST ROUND MEMPHIS Baskerville Holmes Vincent Askew William Bedford Dwight Boyd Andre Turner John Wilfong Vincent Robinson Kenneth Moody Rodney Douglas Dewayne Bailey David Jensen Marvin Alexander TOTALS

FT-FTA 2-2 5-6 5-6 6-7 0-0 4-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 17-19

TP 22 2 13 20 8 6 0 0 4 75

TP 4 0 22 10 13 0 5 2 0 4 60

PURDUE 100, MEMPHIS 73 MARCH 19, 1988, SOUTH BEND, IND. MIDWEST REGION, SECOND ROUND

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LOUISIANA STATE 83, MEMPHIS 81 MARCH 15, 1986, BATON ROUGE, LA. SOUTHEAST REGION, SECOND ROUND LOUISIANA STATE FG-FGA Ricky Blanton 4-8 Don Redden 8-14 John Williams 6-13 Derrick Taylor 9-18 Anthony Wilson 3-10 Neboisha Bukumirovich 0-1 Bernard Woodside 0-0 Oliver Brown 1-1 Jose Vargas 0-0 TOTALS 31-65

FT-FTA 3-3 7-11 7-8 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 2-4 0-0 21-28

REB 11 3 13 1 3 0 0 3 0 35

PF 1 3 4 3 0 1 2 1 1 16

MEMPHIS FG-FGA Vincent Askew 5-11 Baskerville Holmes 9-17 William Bedford 7-10 Andre Turner 6-11 Dwight Boyd 5-8 John Wilfong 2-2 Dewayne Bailey 1-1 Marvin Alexander 1-2 TOTALS 36-62 Halftime: Memphis 47, LSU 41 Officials: Bain, Shea & Fincken

FT-FTA 0-0 2-3 1-3 0-0 2-2 2-2 2-2 0-2 9-14

REB PF 4 3 9 3 6 4 3 2 2 4 1 1 4 0 3 4 33 21 Att: 13,749

TP 11 23 19 18 6 2 0 4 0 83

MEMPHIS FG-FGA FT-FTA REB PF TP Rodney Douglas 2-5 2-3 7 2 6 Steve Ballard 1-1 0-0 1 5 2 Dewayne Bailey 1-6 0-0 3 4 2 Dwight Boyd 6-12 6-7 3 2 18 Elliot Perry 2-8 0-0 1 1 4 Chey