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Table of Contents Community/University. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7 Coaching Staff. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-11 Season Outlook/Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13 Player Profiles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-23 2008-09 Review. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-27 Postseason History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-29 Player Awards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-33 GLIAC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34-35 Opponents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-37 SDC Gym. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38-39 Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40-51 Letterwinners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52-55 Radio/TV Roster. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56

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Campus Life and the Keweenaw   There are many ways to stay active and get involved at Michigan Tech. On campus, the 600-acre recreational forest and Nordic Training Center are great for skiing, biking and jogging. Nearby, the University’s 18-hole golf course and lighted ski hill challenge students and community members.   With more than 180 student organizations, students can find a group to lead, problems to solve, and teams to join.   Michigan Tech traditions include K-Day, which is an afternoon to celebrate the Keweenaw Peninsula and enjoy McLain State Park on the shores of Lake Superior, the world’s largest freshwater lake. The Parade of Nations is a celebration (including food) of the nations of the world that have students, faculty and staff members at Michigan Tech.   The biggest event is Winter Carnival, when massive snow statues emerge on campus and in the towns. Skits, a queen competition, first-class entertainment, ice hockey and thousands of visitors make this a great experience. Broomball is the biggest winter game on campus, as students slide around on ice rinks hitting a volleyball toward the goal.   The entire area is great for outdoor enthusiasts, with easy access to rivers, lakes, woods and trails. Also, downtown Houghton and Hancock (combined population 14,000) offer coffee shops, theaters, stores, restaurants and more. Major retailers are just outside of Houghton, a short drive or bus ride from campus.   All in all, it’s a great combination: a world-class education in a beautiful location.

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The University   Michigan Tech enrolls more than 7,100 undergraduate and graduate students from across the nation and around the world. Our faculty explore the boundaries of knowledge while mentoring students to become citizens who will improve our world.   The campus, situated along the Keweenaw Waterway, is small enough to walk across in a few minutes, and most classrooms are located close to the residence halls. The campus is completely wireless and features state-of-the-art facilities that are constantly being upgraded.   Michigan Tech offers more than 130 degree programs in engineering; forest resources; computing; technology; business; economics; natural, physical and environmental sciences; arts; humanities; and social sciences. Michigan Tech has national top-10 enrollments in environmental engineering and mechanical engineering and one of the nation’s largest programs in scientific and technical communication.   US News & World Report ranks Michigan Tech in the top tier of national universities, and our environmental engineering department ranks 13th. US News rated three of our graduate engineering programs in the top 50 nationally. Tech is also rated highly for academics, career preparation, and quality of life in the Princeton Review’s Best 371 Colleges 2010 Edition. Student comments in the Princeton Review also cited the University for its library, career services, and computer and athletic facilities.

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Academics   The quality of a Michigan Tech education is best illustrated by the accomplishments of our students. While taking second place in the 2009 Society of Automotive Engineers Supermileage competition, Tech students’ vehicle topped 1,000 mpg. Our Mini-Baja team won the three-part 2009 Baja SAE collegiate design competition. Michigan Tech hosts the Clean Snowmobile Challenge every winter, and this year narrowly finishing out of first place and winning the award for quietest sled. Computer science students finished sixth among US teams in the 2009 ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest. Business students won the 2008 and 2007 annual RISE national stock investment competition in the value category.   Students from many majors work together on real-world industry projects as part of the Enterprise Program—from video games to alternate fuels, from robotics to nanotechnology. In just one example, business and engineering students in the EcoCar enterprise will compete with 16 other universities in Arizona and California.   The capstone Senior Design Program allows engineering students to research solutions to problems and present their findings at the end of their academic career. It is, in many ways, their first step toward becoming professionals. Recently, students have also analyzed sleep apnea at Mayo Clinic and have invented a better calendar for the iPhone.   In graduate education, our College of Engineering graduates a higher percentage of women with PhDs in engineering than any other engineering school in the nation. We also possess the nation’s largest Master’s International Peace Corps program.   Approximately 155 companies sent recruiters to campus last fall, even in a tough job market, and each student averages five job interviews before graduation.

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University Alumni Notables Joe Berger—offensive lineman for the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League after being drafted in 2005

Catherine Leslie—president and executive director of Engineers Without Borders

Daniel Branagan—nanotechnology pioneer, Forbes Magazine recognized him as one of the important innovators of our time, one of fifteen people who will reinvent the future

Charles Nelson—inventor of the paintball

Melvin Calvin—won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1961 David Edwards—professor at Harvard University, focuses on drug delivery, infectious disease treatment, and needle-less vaccines, including aerosol medication such as inhaled insulin Charlotte Field—senior VP of National Communications Engineering and Operations for Comcast Cable, won the 2005 Women in Technology Award Charles Gates Sr.—founded Gates Rubber Co. and turned it into the largest non-tire rubber manufacturer in the world David Hill—served as chief engineer for General Motor’s Corvette division, who is regarded as “the father” of the groundbreaking 2002 Z06 Corvette model David House—responsible for Pentium processor and the “Intel Inside” campaign Suzanne Jurva—a former executive for Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks Studios and founder of Starcut Ltd. Her film credits include Amistad, Men in Black, Peacemaker (with world premier in Houghton), Deep Impact, Zorro, and Saving Private Ryan

Eric Nielsen—CEO of Volvo Construction and Equipment of Korea Jan Olsson—national advertising strategy and media manager for Toyota John Opie—vice chairman for General Electric Co. Frank Pavlis—former vice president at Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. (Fortune 500), who recently made a $2-million gift to Michigan Tech. He is the namesake of Michigan Tech’s Pavlis Institute for Global Technological Leadership. Dick Robbins—one of the most innovative developers of tunneling machinery in the world, including those that dug the English Chunnel John Soyring—vice president of software development for IBM Doug Smith—wildlife biologist and leader of the Wolf Reintroduction Program at Yellowstone National Park Lina T. Taskovich—who has made significant contributions to the development of drug “patches,” and has been featured in Newsweek and People magazines

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President Glenn Mroz

Athletics Director Suzanne Sanregret

  Glenn D. Mroz became the ninth president of Michigan Technological University in 2004 after serving as Dean of the School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science for four years. He served as a faculty member in the School since 1980. Mroz earned his BS and MS degrees in Forestry from Michigan Tech and earned his PhD degree in Forestry from North Carolina State University in 1983.   Mroz is a member of the Citizens Research Council of Michigan and the Michigan Universities Presidents Council. He has been appointed by Governor Granholm to serve on the Strategic Economic Investment and Commercialization Board. At the national level, he is one of 30 members of the Association of Governing Boards Council of Presidents and a member of the Science Coalition. He is also a member of the Society of American Foresters, Xi Sigma Pi Forestry Honor Society and Social Science Society of America.   Glenn and his wife Gail have two daughters. Gail holds the position of chief financial officer for the Michigan Tech Fund.

  Suzanne Sanregret has continued Michigan Tech’s tradition of athletic and academic excellence since becoming the school’s first female athletic director in May 2005. The 2009 Division II Central Region Athletic Director of the Year has seen eight teams and numerous individuals qualify for NCAA Championship events during her tenure. She has also had dozens of studentathletes gain national recognition for academic success.   Sanregret’s leadership has been instrumental in capital improvement projects to every one of Tech’s athletic venues. Michigan Tech was also honored with the inaugural GLIAC Sportsmanship Award in 2009.   A 16-year veteran of working within Michigan Tech athletics, Sanregret served as assistant athletic director for business and NCAA compliance prior to taking over as AD.   Sanregret is a member of the NCAA Division II Management Council, the chair of the NCAA Student-Athlete Reinstatement Committee and a member of the NCAA Championships Committee. She is also involved in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, serving as chair of the Long Range Planning and Gender Equity Committees. She serves on several committees within the Western Collegiate Hockey Association as well.   A 1989 graduate of Houghton (Mich.) High School, Sanregret attended Michigan Tech and graduated in 1993 with a business administration degree. She finished her master’s degree in business administration at Tech in spring 2006.   Suzanne is married to John B. Sanregret, who is the principal at Hancock High School. They reside in Hancock, Mich., with their two sons, Matthew and Bradley.

Director of Athletic Development Steve Nordstrom

Major Gifts Officer Randy Heinonen

  Steve Nordstrom serves as director of athletic development for Michigan Tech Athletics. He began his duties on May 10, 2007.   Nordstrom spent the previous seven years in the Finlandia University Athletic Department, where he served in many different roles. Most recently, he was assistant athletic director and head women’s basketball coach. He also had duties involving fundraising, marketing and sports information during his tenure.   Nordstrom holds two degrees from Michigan Tech—an associate degree in civil engineering (1995) and a bachelor’s in business administration (1998).   A native of Atlantic Mine, Mich., Nordstrom and his wife, Myra, have six children: Julia, Alex, Marissa, Chad, Ian and Mia.

  Randy Heinonen is in his fourth year working in athletic development at Michigan Tech. He is beginning his second year as major gifts officer after working as the director of athletic development.   Prior to Tech, Heinonen spent the previous three years as the director of alumni and annual giving at Finlandia University.   The Hancock, Mich., native is a 1996 graduate of Northern Michigan University with a degree in speech communication.   Heinonen and his wife, Kristy, have three daughters, Delaney, Sophie and Ellie.

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Men’s Basketball At A Glance Location: Houghton, Michigan 49931-1295 Nickname: Huskies Enrollment: 7,132 Founded: 1885 Colors: Black, Gold, and Silver Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic (GLIAC) Members: Ashland, Ferris State, Findlay, Grand Valley State, Hillsdale, Indianapolis, Michigan Tech, Northern Michigan, Northwood, Saginaw Valley State, Tiffin, Wayne State Arena (Capacity): Student Development Complex Gymnasium (3,200) Web Address: michigantechhuskies.com Administration/Support Staff President: Glenn D. Mroz (gdmroz@mtu.edu) Faculty Representative: Pat Joyce (pjoyce@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-2677 Athletic Director: Suzanne Sanregret (srsanreg@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-3070 Associate AD: Kevin Luke (keluke@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-2988 Assistant AD: Joel Isaacson (jdisaacs@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-1915 Trainers: Jennifer Nesseth (jrnesset@mtu.edu); Brian Brewster (bbrewste@mtu.edu) Training Room Phone: 906-487-1832/1831 Team Physician: Dr. Bruce Trusock Office Phone: 906-482-8060 Ticket Office: Kathy Dorvinen (kadorvin@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-2073 Secretary: Alane Isaacson (afisaac@mtu.edu) Office Phone/Fax: 906-487-3070/487-3062 Men’s Basketball Coaching Staff Head Coach: Kevin Luke (keluke@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-2988 Assistant Coach: Josh Buettner (jjbuettn@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-2594 Strength and Conditioning: Kyle Bangen (kbangen@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-3340 Athletic Communications Director (MBB Contact): Wes Frahm (wfrahm@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-2350 Cell Phone: 906-281-1205 Associate Director: Ian Marks (imarks@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-2351 Cell Phone: 906-281-1204 Athletic Development Director: Steve Nordstrom (spnordst@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-3071 Major Gifts Officer: Randy Heinonen (randyh@mtu.edu) Office Phone: 906-487-1604 Important Numbers Athletic Department Phone: 906-487-3070 Athletic Department Fax: 906-487-1810 SDC Gym Press Box Phone: 906-487-2386 Visiting Radio Co-Op Line: 906-482-0830

Wes Frahm Director of Athletic Communications and Marketing   Wes Frahm is in his sixth year as the director of athletic communications and marketing at Michigan Tech since taking over for Michigan Tech Sports Hall of Famer Dave Fischer in 2004. Frahm started his tenure at Tech as the assistant director in 2001.   Frahm oversees all communications and media relations efforts for Tech’s 13 intercollegiate sports. He serves as the primary contact for football, men’s and women’s basketball and men’s and women’s tennis. In addition, he is the radio play-by-play voice for the Huskies football and basketball teams for away games.   The Elkhart, Ind., native is a member of CoSIDA and has won numerous publication awards from the organization. Two of his media guides have been named best in the nation.   Prior to coming to Tech, Frahm spent the 2000-01 season as the sports information director for the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference in Greenwood, Ind. The previous year, he served as the sports information director and men’s tennis coach at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C.   Frahm earned a bachelor’s degree in sports information and sports administration from the University of Indianapolis in 1999.   Frahm, an avid fisherman, was born on Aug. 7, 1977. He and his wife, Elka, have three children, Isaiah, Levi, and Naomi. They reside in South Range.

Ian Marks Assistant Director of Athletic Communications and Marketing   Ian Marks enters his third season at Michigan Tech. He serves as the main contact for hockey, volleyball, cross country, Nordic skiing and track and field.   Prior to coming to Tech, Marks was the sports information director at UW-Superior where he hosted the 2007 NCAA Men’s Division III Ice Hockey Championships. He also completed internships at Pittsburg State University and the University of Montana in 2005 and 2006.   Marks played soccer at UW-Superior and earned a bachelor’s degree in print journalism from there in 2005.   Marks is single and resides in Houghton.

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Kevin Luke Head Coach

  The longest-tenured men’s basketball coach in Michigan Tech history, Kevin Luke has guided the Huskies’ program to many of its most-successful seasons. In the 15 seasons since his appointment as the program’s 11th head coach in May of 1994, Luke’s teams have won four Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference titles, earned five NCAA Tournament berths and averaged 19 wins per season.   Luke was named Basketball Times National Coach of the Year in 2002-03 after leading his squad to a 29-3 record and a No. 1 national ranking in the final regular season poll. The Huskies set school marks for wins (29), winning percentage (.906), home wins (15) and consecutive wins (15) in 2002-03. They also made GLIAC history by winning 17 regular season league contests and becoming the first league team to host an NCAA Regional.   A native of Michigamme, Mich., Luke has been named GLIAC Coach of the Year four times (1994-95, 1997-98, 2001-02, 2002-03). He owns an impressive 260-145 overall record, including a 159-95 mark in conference play. His winning percentage of .642 ranks as the best in Husky hoop annals.   Luke, who begins his 15th season in 2008-09, has forged a reputation as a dedicated worker with an intense, competitive drive in all facets of life. In addition to his basketball responsibilities, Luke serves as Michigan Tech’s associate athletic director, a post to which he was named in May of 2005. He is also an instructor in the Department of Exercise Science, Health and Physical education.   Luke served as the top assistant and chief recruiter for the Michigan Tech men’s basketball program for seven years (1987-94) prior to becoming the head coach. Before that, he served as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Ishpeming Westwood (Mich.) High School, for four years (1982-86).   As a student-athlete at Michigan Tech, Luke played three seasons (1977-80) under Bill Gappy. He accumulated 513 points and hauled down 262 rebounds during his career. As a member of the 1979-80 squad, Luke played an integral role in helping the Huskies win the Northern Intercollegiate Conference championship en route to finishing the season with a stellar 22-5 overall record. In 1977-78, he appeared in all 23 Michigan Tech contests while gaining freshman of the year honors. Luke, who earned the nickname “Cool Hand” in reference to his outside shooting touch, went on to receive a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education from Northern Michigan University in 1982.   As a prep basketball standout at Westwood High School, Luke was selected All-Mid Peninsula, All-Upper Peninsula, and all-state honorable mention during his senior season in 1976-77. Furthermore, he was named the Most Valuable Player in the Upper Peninsula regional tournament. Luke also lettered in football and track.   Born April 15, 1959, Luke is married to the former Barb Mangold and resides in Houghton, Mich. Luke has two daughters, Kara and Hailee, along with a son, Tyler. He is a member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches and the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan.

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Luke’s Year-by-Year Results at Tech Overall GLIAC Year W L Pct W L Pct 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

Totals

16 18 13 21 17 21 18 27 29 22 18 14 13 13 14

12 11 13 10 12 10 10 3 3 8 10 14 15 14 15

.571 .621 .500 .677 .586 .677 .643 .900 .906 .733 .643 .500 .464 .481 .483

274 160 .631

11 12 9 12 9 13 11 16 17 13 10 10 8 8 10

7 6 9 6 10 6 7 2 1 5 8 8 10 10 12

.611 .667 .500 .667 .474 .684 .611 .888 .944 .722 .555 .555 .444 .444 .455

169 107 .612

GLIAC Finish T3rd 3rd 5th-North Div. T1st-North Div. T4th-North Div. 2nd-North Div. T1st-North Div. 1st-North Div. 1st-North Div. 2nd-North Div. 3rd-North Div. 4th-North Div. 4th-North Div. 2nd-North Div. 4th-North Div.


The Kevin Luke File Hometown: Michigamme, Mich. Birth Date: April 15, 1959 Education: Bachelor’s degree in physical education, Northern Michigan, 1982 Family: Wife, Barb; daughters, Kara and Hailee; son, Tyler Coaching Background 1994-present • Head Men’s Coach, Michigan Tech • 274-160 record • Four GLIAC Championships: 1997-98, 2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03 • GLIAC Tournament Championships: 2001-02, 2002-03 • NCAA Tournament Appearances: 1997-98, 1999-2000, 2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04 • NABC National Coach of the Year, 2002-03 • Four-time GLIAC Coach of the Year: 1994-95, 1997-98, 2001-02, 2002-03 1987-94 • Assistant Men’s Coach, Michigan Tech

Kevin Luke Against 2009-10 Opponents Opponent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Record Ashland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-6 Bellermine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0 Ferris State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-12 Findlay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-12 Grand Valley State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-17 Hillsdale. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-7 Lake Superior State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-10 Minnesota-Duluth. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-7 MInnesota State-Moorhead. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 Northern Michigan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-17 Northwood. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-8 Saginaw Valley State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-10 Southern Indiana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-2 St. Cloud State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0 Tiffin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-0 Wayne State (Mich.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-13

Totals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207-122

1982-86 • Assistant Coach, Ishpeming Westwood (Mich.) High School Playing Background 1977-80 • Forward, Michigan Tech • 513 points and 262 rebounds in 76 career games • Member of Northern Intercollegiate Conference Championship Team, 1979-80 • Tech Freshman of the Year, 1977-78

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Josh Buettner Assistant Coach

  Josh Buettner begins his second season as assistant men’s basketball coach at Michigan Tech after taking the position July 1, 2008.   The Shawano, Wis., native starred for the Huskies from 2001-05. He was a two-time All-American and earned Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Year honors as both a junior and senior. A 6-9 forward, Buettner finished third on Tech’s all-time scoring chart with 2,061 career points.   Following his graduation from Michigan Tech in 2005, Buettner played professionally in Europe for three years. He played in leagues in Denmark, Switzerland and Iceland, and was named the Danish Elite League player of the year his second pro campaign.   Buettner, born June 24, 1982, is single and resides in Houghton.

Rae Drake Assistant Coach

  Rae Drake, a veteran high school coach in the Upper Peninsula, is in his fifth year as assistant coach for the Michigan Tech men’s basketball program.   Drake came to Tech after nine years as head boys’ basketball coach at West Iron County (Mich.) High School. While there, his teams compiled a 121-72 record and won seven conference championships and two district titles.   Prior to that, Drake served 14 years as an assistant at Iron Mountain (Mich.) High School.   Drake gained his bachelor’s degree in special education from Northern Michigan in 1980 and taught for 25 years at several UP high schools before retiring in 2008.   Drake currently works part time in the Michigan Tech equipment room. He and his wife, Mollie, have three daughters: Megan, Sarah and Emily. The Drakes reside in Houghton, Mich.

Mike Augustine Assistant Coach

  Mike Augustine is in his fifth season working behind the scenes with the men’s basketball program. He also works with sponsorship sales for the athletic department.   Augustine served as Portage Lake Golf Course manager for 34 years, seeing the addition of nine holes, a new clubhouse and watering system during his tenure. He also worked as the manager of Mont Ripley Ski Hill for 20 years.   The Calumet, Mich., native earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Northern Michigan in 1970.   Augustine and his wife, Lynn, have three children, Chris, Nicole and Matt.

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Michigan Tech Coaching Records SEASON Victories Overall: 29, Kevin Luke, 2002-03 Consecutive: 15, Kevin Luke, 2002-03 Home: 14, Kevin Luke, 2002-03 Road: 15, Kevin Luke, 2002-03, 2001-02 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: 17, Kevin Luke, 2002-03 NCAA II Tournament: 1, Kevin Luke, 2003-04, 2002-03, 199900, 1997-98; Verdie Cox, 1962-63 Winning Percentage Overall: .906 (29-3), Kevin Luke, 2002-03 Home: 1.000 (8-0), Verdie Cox, 1955-56 Road: .938 (15-1), Kevin Luke, 2002-03 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: .944 (17-1), Kevin Luke, 2002-03 NCAA II Tournament: .500 (1-1), Kevin Luke, 2003-04, 2002-03, 1999-00, 1997-98; Verdie Cox, 1962-63

All-Time Coaching Records Name Not Available (1917-22) Leon Harvey (1922-29) Don Sherman (1929-41) Rex Benoit (1941-42, 1945-47) Al Bovard (1947-49) Verdie Cox (1949-68) Dave Cade (1968-72) Bill Gappy (1972-83, 84-85) Mike Moran (1983-84) Steve Brown (1985-87) Geof Kotila (1987-94) Kevin Luke (1994-present)

Program Totals

Seasons G 4 7 12 3 2 19 4 12 1 2.5 7.5 15

89

45 54 117 37 33 356 99 296 25 40 202 434

1738

W

L

Pct

24 14 40 11 19 129 33 146 10 19 82 274

21 40 77 26 14 227 66 150 15 21 120 160

.533 .259 .342 .297 .576 .362 .333 .493 .400 .475 .406 .631

801 937

.460

CAREER Victories Overall: 274, Kevin Luke, 1994-present Home: 137, Kevin Luke, 1994-present Road: 126, Kevin Luke, 1994-present Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference: 169, Kevin Luke, 1994-present NCAA II Tournament: 4, Kevin Luke, 1994-present GLIAC Regular Season/Divisional Championships: 4, Kevin Luke, 1994-present Winning Percentage Overall: .631 (274-160), Kevin Luke, 1994-present

Verdie Cox

Bill Gappy

Geof Kotila

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  It’s likely that fans at the Student Development Complex this November are going to need a game program to match the names to the numbers on the home white uniforms considering Michigan Tech returns just three upperclassmen to its 2009-10 squad.   The expectations are that, by February, the Huskies will have made a name for themselves.   Michigan Tech comes off a 14-15 record a year ago and gone are the team’s top scorer (Robby Springborn) and top rebounder (Fedrick Bowe) along with both point guards (Sean Geary and Brandon Ball). That doesn’t leave a lot of veteran leadership. So why the expectations? A very talented nucleus of freshmen who will no doubt turn some heads.   “This team has an opportunity, by season’s end, to be very competitive,” said head coach Kevin Luke, who begins year 16 at the helm. “The issue we’ll battle early is a lack of game experience, but I really like this team. We have some great athletes with size and strength. There are no excuses to not have a successful season.” Backcourt/Perimeter   The Michigan Tech backcourt will take on a decidedly different look in 2009-10 without Springborn, Geary and Ball, who combined to play in 274 games over the previous four years.   Junior Don Fowler and freshmen T.J. Brown and Erik Stephens will take over point guard duties.   Fowler, who has averaged 5.4 points in 55 career games, is by far the most experienced guard on the roster. The 6-2 junior can play any of the perimeter positions with his ability to handle the ball and attack the basket. He has worked hard to improve his shooting, which will make him even more of an offensive threat.   Brown is a true point guard with an extreme amount of athleticism. At 6-2, the Oak Park, Mich. native spent 2008-09 as a redshirt. He adds the ability to rebound and play in the post—elements the program hasn’t had at point guard since Chad Bultynck (1994-98).   Stephens, a 5-10 Cincinnati native and just the third Husky men’s basketball player from Ohio, will give opponents a different look with his gritty, tenacious style of play.   Georgio Holt, one of two seniors on the team, will be relied on for Junior Don Fowler leadership. The 6-5 forward enters his sixth year with the program and looks to be back healthy after battling an offseason injury. Holt finished fourth on the team in scoring a year ago at 7.4 points per game and showed signs of brilliance with five games at 14 points or more.   Four others will split time on the perimeter in sophomore Matt Gaedke, redshirt freshmen Matt Esters and Anthony Katona and junior transfer Tyler Molesworth. All four possess the ability to shoot from long range, get to the rim and rebound.   Molesworth is a 23-year-old transfer from Mesa (Ariz.) Community College, where he attended following a two-year church mission in Brazil.   Two others on the roster, freshmen Alex Culy and Nathan Saliga, will likely redshirt in 2009-10.

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Season Outlook Posts   Michigan Tech expects to be much improved in the post with three strong returning players and two highly-anticipated newcomers.   Senior Chris Baugh returns with 84 games of experience under his belt. The physical, 6-6 forward finished second on the team in rebounds a year ago and was arguably Tech’s top post defender.   Sophomore Mike Hojnacki will be a main offensive threat for the Huskies after he turned in a solid rookie campaign. The 6-7 forward is the team’s top returning scorer (7.9 points per game in 2008-09). He has the ability to shoot the 3-pointer (team-leading 40.0 percent a year ago) and has worked hard on his post-up game to further become a go-to player on offense.   Sophomore Brian Olley made the most of his minutes last year by averaging 3.4 points and 2.5 rebounds. The 6-7 forward looks much more confident with a season of experience and has looked sharp in preseason practice.   The two newcomers in the post will undoubtedly make an immediate impact. Nate Kindt, who redshirted last year, gives the Huskies the big, physical presence they haven’t had in a while. At 6-foot-8 and 245 pounds, the freshman should be an immediate force as a rebounder and defender. His continually improving offensive skills will make him a threat to score in the post as well.   The final piece of the puzzle is true freshman Ali Haidar, who played high school basketball in Windsor, Ontario, after growing up in Lebanon. The 6-7 Haidar will be a tough matchup for opponents with his ability to score from the block all the way out past the 3-point line.

Summing It Up:   Coach Luke’s teams always focus on being a top-notch defensive unit, but the offensive fire power should be increased with the influx of new players. Making open outside shots and scoring high-percentage points in the post will be a must for Michigan Tech improve on its team field goal percentage of 40.6 a year ago.   The Huskies will have their work cut out with their 2009-10 schedule. The non-conference slate consists of five road games—all of them against NCAA Division II teams including preseason No. 1 Bellarmine and No. 10 St. Cloud State. The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference schedule features its share of games vs. nationally-ranked foes as well including two games against defending national champion Findlay.   “This is without question our toughest non-conference schedule in my tenure,” said Luke. “Our older players must step up until our rookies can get used to the speed of the game. The early schedule will prepare us for league play, and I believe we’ll be a very good team by season’s end.”


Alphabetical Roster No Name

Pos Ht

Wt

Yr Hometown

Birthdate Major (Concentration)

30

Chris Baugh

F

6-6

230 Sr

Detroit, Mich.

2/9/87

Business Admin. (Marketing)

4

T.J. Brown

G

6-2

180 Fr

Oak Park, Mich.

7/17/90

Business Administration

3

Alex Culy

G

6-2

175 Fr

Rice Lake, Wis.

2/14/91

Chemical Engineering

12

Matt Esters

G

6-3

180 Fr

Detroit, Mich

12/2/90

Business Administration

5

Don Fowler

G

6-2

195 Jr

St. Clair Shores, Mich.

5/25/89

General Sciences and Arts

22

Matt Gaedke

G

6-3

205 So Dearborn, Mich.

11/3/88

Network and System Admin.

34

Ali Haidar

F

6-7

140 Fr

7/20/90

Electrical Eng./Computer Eng.

42

Mike Hojnacki

F

6-7

230 So Milwaukee, Wis

4/21/90

Mechanical Engineering

32

Georgio Holt

F

6-5

200 Sr

Farmington Hills, Mich.

1/2/86

Mechanical Engineering

20

Anthony Katona

G

6-2

185 Fr

Negaunee, Mich.

8/2/89

Chemistry

54

Nate Kindt

C

6-9

245 Fr

Alpena, Mich.

11/7/89

Civil Engineering

14

Tyler Molesworth

G

6-4

195 Jr

Mesa, Ariz.

1/14/86

Civil Engineering

50

Brian Olley

C

6-7

220 So Macomb, Mich.

11/6/89

Business Administration

43

Nathan Saliga

F

6-7

215 Fr

Leonard, Mich.

11/8/90

Mechanical Engineering

11

Erik Stephens

G

5-10

160 Fr

Cincinnati, Ohio

12/18/90

Exercise Science

Windsor, Ont.

Numerical Roster No Name

Pos Ht

Wt

3

Alex Culy

G

6-2

4

T.J. Brown

G

5

Don Fowler

11

Yr

Hometown/High School

Pronunciation

175 Fr

Rice Lake, Wis.

COO-lee

6-2

180 Fr

Oak Park, Mich./Berkley

G

6-2

195 Jr

St. Clair Shores, Mich./De La Salle

Erik Stephens

G

5-10

160 Fr

Cincinnati, Ohio/Oak Hill

12

Matt Esters

G

6-3

180 Fr

Detroit, Mich./Divine Child

14

Tyler Molesworth

G

6-4

195 Jr

Mesa, Ariz./Mountain View

20

Anthony Katona

G

6-2

185 Fr

Nagaunee, Mich

kuh-TONE-uh

22

Matt Gaedke

G

6-3

205 So

Dearborn, Mich./Edsel Ford

GAD-key

30

Chris Baugh

F

6-6

230 Sr

Detroit, Mich./St. Martin De Porres

Bah

32

Georgio Holt

F

6-5

200 Sr

Farmington Hills, Mich.

34

Ali Haidar

F

6-7

240 Fr

Windsor, Ont./Forster

HAY-dar

42

Mike Hojnacki

F

6-7

230 So

Milwaukee, Wis./New Berlin Eisenhower

hoy-NACK-ee

43

Nathan Saliga

F

6-7

215 Fr

Leonard, Mich/Romeo

Suh-LEE-guh

50

Brian Olley

C

6-7

220 So

Macomb, Mich./Dakota

ALL-ee

54

Nate Kindt

C

6-8

245 Fr

Alpena, Mich./Alpena

Kint

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Kevin Luke (16th year) Assistant Coaches: Josh Buettner (2nd year), Rae Drake (5th year), Mike Augustine (5th year)

ESS-ters

Roster Breakdown By Class Seniors: 2 Juniors: 2 Sophomores: 3 Freshmen: 8

By Position Guards: 8 Forwards: 7 Centers: 5

Geographic Arizona: 1 Michigan: 10 Ohio: 1 Ontario: 1 Wisconsin: 2

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Player Profiles

2009-10 Men’s Basketball

5

Don Fowler

Jr • G • 6-2 • 195 St. Clair Shores, Mich. College: 2008-09: Played in 28 games and started 11 … Averaged 5.1 points and 2.6 rebounds per game … Snagged a career high 11 rebounds vs. Ferris State (1/31) … Shot 85.1 percent from the free throw line … Posted nine games with 10 or more points … 2007-08: Earned Bob Olson Award as team’s top freshman … Played in all 27 games and started 22 contests … Averaged 5.8 points and 2.1 rebounds per game … Posted five games with 10 or more points … Scored a career-high 26 points vs. Ashland (1/24) with the help of seven 3-pointers … Turned in 13 points, five assists and five rebounds at Gannon (12/8) … Shot 80.0 percent from the free throw line. High School: Graduated in 2007 from De La Salle (Mich.) Collegiate High School … Coached by Greg Esler … Named to All-Macomb County First Team and All-Metro East First Team as a junior and senior … Earned All-Catholic League Conference honors in final two seasons … Awarded Macomb County Player of the Year following final campaign … Named to All-State Class A Second Team while helping the Pilots reach state semifinals … Also played football and baseball … Member of National Honor Society.

Career Highs Pts: FGM: FGA: 3Pt: Att: FTM FTA: Reb: Ast: Blk: Ste: Min:

26, vs. Ashland, 1/24/08 9, vs. Ashland, 1/24/08 16, vs. Ashland, 1/24/08 7, vs. Ashland, 1/24/08 12, vs. Ashland, 1/24/08 7, vs. Ferris State, 1/31/09 8, vs. Ferris State, 1/31/09 11, vs. Ferris State, 1/31/09 5, twice, most recently at Tiffin, 2/5/09 ---3, twice, most recently at Findlay, 1/17/09 37, twice, most recently vs. Northern Michigan, 12/8/07

Personal: Son of Doug and Angie Fowler of St. Clair Shores, Mich. … Born May 25, 1989, in Grosse Pointe, Mich. … Has one older sister … Enjoys drawing and hanging out with friends … Majoring in exercise science.

Career Totals

3-Point Year G-GS FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Reb Avg PF Dq TP 2007-08 2008-09

27-22 28-11

58-150 .378 46-125 .368

28-80 11-56

.350 .196

12-15 40-47

.800 .851

57 74

2.1 2.6

Career 55-33 104-275 .378 39-136 .287 52-62 .839 131 2.4

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21 74

0 0

156 143

Avg Ast To Blk Ste Min Avg 5.8 5.1

95 0 299 5.4

20 28

48

22 32

54

0 0

0

7 17

589 567

21.8 20.3

24 1156 21.0


22

Matt Gaedke So • G • 6-3 • 205 Dearborn, Mich.

College: 2008-09: Played in 27 games … Averaged 2.4 points and 1.1 rebounds per game … Posted a career-best 10 points and four rebounds at Northwood (12/6) … Posted six games with five or more points including three in a row (12/4 to 12/13) … 2007-08: Redshirted. High School: Graduated in 2007 from Edsel Ford (Mich.) High School … Coached by Ibrahim Baydoun … Earned All-Michigan Mega Conference honors three seasons … Averaged 23 points and six rebounds as a senior … Led Thunderbirds to district championship in 2005-06 … Named to all-area team in final campaign … Was fifth player in school history to score 1,000 points … Also participated in soccer for four years and track for three seasons … Member of National Honor Society.

Career Highs Pts: FGM: FGA: 3Pt:

10, at Northwood, 12/6/08 2, three times, most recently vs. Ferris State, 1/31/09 7, at Saginaw Valley State, 2/28/09 1, three times, most recently vs. Northern Michigan, 12/13/08 Att: 4, twice, most recently vs. Northern Michigan, 12/13/08 FTM: 5, at Northwood, 12/6/08 FTA: 7, at Northwood, 12/6/08 Reb: 4, at Northwood, 12/6/08 Ast: 3, twice, most recently at Saginaw Valley State, 2/28/09 Blk: 1, at Saginaw Valley State, 2/28/09 Ste: 1, eight times, most recently vs. Findlay, 2/19/09 Min: 25, at Saginaw Valley State, 2/28/09

Personal: Son of Richard and Margaret Gaedke of Dearborn, Mich. … Born Nov. 3, 1988, in Dearborn, Mich. … Has two younger sisters … Enjoys movies and video games … Majoring in computer network and system administration.

Career Totals

3-Point Year G-GS FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Reb Avg PF Dq TP 2008-09

Career

27-0 27-0

19-67 19-67

.284 .284

4-33 4-33

.121 .121

23-27 23-27

.852 .852

29 29

1.1 1.1

22 22

0 0

65 65

Avg Ast To Blk Ste Min Avg 2.4 2.4

20 20

25 25

1 1

8 8

285 285

10.6 10.6

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Player Profiles

2009-10 Men’s Basketball

30

Chris Baugh Sr • F • 6-6 • 230 Detroit, Mich.

College: 2008-09: Played in 29 games and started 23 … Averaged 5.5 points and 3.7 rebounds per game … Posted four games with 10 or more points … Tallied a career-best 11 points three times including both regular season games against Saginaw Valley State (1/22 and 2/28) … Snagged a career-best 13 rebounds at Wayne State (12/4) … 2007-08: Played in 25 games … Averaged 2.4 points and 1.7 rebounds per game … Had the highest field goal percentage (.581) on the team … Scored a season-best eight points twice — in both regular season games vs. Lake Superior State (2/2 and 2/25) … Tallied a season-high eight rebounds to go along with two blocks and five points against Saginaw Valley State (2/14) … 2006-07: Earned a spot on the GLIAC All-Academic Team … Received the Bob Olson Award as team’s top freshman … Played in 25 games … Tallied 39 points and 49 rebounds on the season … Scored a season-high six points vs. Jacksonville State (12/30) … 2005-06: Received a medical redshirt … Played in five games before suffering a season-ending hand injury … Scored 12 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.

Career Highs Pts:

11, three times, most recently at Saginaw Valley State, 2/28/09 FGM: 5, vs. Minnesota Duluth, 11/23/08 FGA: 16, at Wayne State, 12/4/08 3Pt: — Att: — FTM: 4, at Hillsdale, 1/15/09 FTA: 5, twice, most recently vs. Alma, 11/21/08 Reb: 13, at Wayne State, 12/4/08 Ast: 3, twice, most recently at Saginaw Valley State, 2/28/09 Blk: 2, three times, most recently vs. Ashland, 1/8/09 Ste: 1, twice, most recently at Ferris State, 2/9/08

High School: Graduated from St. Martin De Porres (Mich.) High School in 2005 … Coached by Durand Sheppard … Averaged 9.5 points and 8.5 rebounds during senior season … Member of the Eagles’ Class C state championship team as a sophomore … All-Catholic League Team selection in 2004-05 … Team captain during junior and senior campaigns … Also lettered in cross country for four years. Personal: Son of Roosevelt and Debra Baugh of Detroit, Mich. … Born on February 9, 1987, in Detroit, Mich. … Has one brother … Majoring in business administration with a concentration in marketing.

Career Totals 3-Point Year G-GS FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Reb Avg PF Dq TP 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

5-0 25-0 25-1 29-23

5-11 16-38 25-43 62-153

.455 .421 .581 .405

Career 84-24 108-245 .441

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0

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.000 .000 .000 .000

2-3 7-17 11-19 35-57

.667 .421 .579 .614

10 49 43 107

2.0 2.0 1.7 3.7

6 44 53 84

0 1 1 2

12 39 61 159

Avg Ast To Blk Ste Min Avg 2.4 1.6 2.4 5.5

.000 55-96 .573 209 2.5 187 4 271 3.2

3 4 1 13

21

11 17 19 26

3 4 8 17

1 0 2 7

60 224 260 502

12.0 9.0 10.4 17.3

73 32 10 1046 12.5


32

Georgio Holt

Sr • F • 6-5 • 200 Farmington Hills, Mich. College: 2008-09: Played in 27 games and started 22 … Averaged 7.4 points and 3.6 rebounds per game … Posted eight games with 10 or more points … Tallied a career-best 19 points vs. Wayne State (12/20) … Snagged a career-best 11 rebounds vs. Northern Michigan (12/13) … Had a game-clinching tip dunk at Ferris State (2/12) … 2007-08: Sat out with injury ... 2006-07: Played in 23 games, starting five of those … Tallied 59 points and 54 rebounds on the season … Scored a seasonhigh 10 points on four-of-five shooting vs. Northwood (12/7) … Had seven points and eight rebounds at Ferris State (2/8) … 2005-06: Saw action in 20 games … Recorded 29 points and 31 rebounds on the season … Notched a season-high seven points against Wayne State (1/19) … Grabbed a season-high six rebounds vs. Northern Michigan (1/2) … 2004-05: Redshirted.

Career Highs Pts: FGM: FGA: 3Pt: Att: FTM: FTA: Reb: Ast: Blk: Ste: Min:

19, vs. Wayne State, 12/20/08 6, twice, most recently vs. Northern Michigan, 12/13/08 12, twice, most recently vs. Finlandia, 11/29/08 5, vs. Finlandia, 11/29/08 9, vs. Finlandia, 11/29/08 6, vs. Wayne State, 12/20/08 6, twice, most recently vs. Wayne State, 12/20/08 11, vs. Northern Michigan, 12/13/08 2, five times, most recently at Northwood, 12/6/08 2, vs. Finlandia, 11/29/08 2, three times, most recently vs. Finlandia, 11/29/08 33, three times, most recently vs. Northern Michigan,

High School: Graduated from Farmington (Mich.) High School in 2004 … Coached by Steven Norgrove … Twice earned Oakland Athletic Association all-conference honors … Averaged 11.9 points and 6.4 rebounds as a senior, helping his team to a 15-6 record … Earned the Farmington Public Schools Scholar-Athlete Award in his final campaign … Was named team’s best defensive player during his junior and senior years. Personal: Son of Roy Holt and Yolanda Henry of Farmington Hills, Mich. … Born January 2, 1986, in Detroit, Mich. … Enjoys lifting weights and working on cars … Has one younger brother … Majoring in mechanical engineering.

Career Totals

3-Point Year G-GS FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Reb Avg PF Dq TP 2005-06 2006-07 2008-09

20-0 23-5 27-22

10-33 .303 20-64 .313 67-179 .374

4-18 12-38 28-106

.222 .316 .264

5-11 7-12 39-48

.455 .583 .813

31 54 98

1.6 2.3 3.6

18 36 63

0 0 2

29 59 201

Avg Ast To Blk Ste Min Avg 1.5 2.6 7.4

Career 70-27 97-276 .351 44-162 .271 51-71 .718 183 2.6 117 2 289 4.1

6 9 17

32

9 19 28

5 8 14

3 10 7

163 333 622

8.2 14.5 23.0

56 27 20 1118 16.0

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Player Profiles

2009-10 Men’s Basketball

Mike Hojnacki So • F • 6-7 • 230 Milwaukee, Wis.

College: 2008-09: Earned the Bob Olson Award as the team’s top newcomer … Played in 27 games and started two … Averaged 7.9 points and 3.3 rebounds per game … Led or tied for the team lead in points twice (Tiffin, 1/10, and Grand Valley State, 2/14) … Led the team with .875 field goal percentage including a 4-for-4 mark from 3-point range vs. Tiffin (1/10) … Had a season-high three blocked shots twice—at Findlay (1/17) and vs. Tiffin (1/10) … Posted 12 games with 10 or more points and eight games with five or more rebounds. High School: Graduated from New Berlin Eisenhower (Wis.) High School in 2008 … Coached by David Scheidegger … Averaged 19 points, nine rebounds and three assists in helping the Lions to a 23-4 record and state championship … Recognized as first team all-conference, first team all-area, Waukesha County Player of the Year and First Team Waukesha All-Athletic Team … Earned second team all-state and was a WBCA Division II All-Star … Also participated in golf and tennis as a prep … Member of National Honor Society.

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Career Highs Pts: FGM: FGA: 3Pt:

19, at Grand Valley State, 2/14/09 7, twice, most recently at Grand Valley State, 2/14/09 10, at Grand Valley State, 2/14/09 4, four times, most recently at Grand Valley State, 2/14/09 Att: 8, vs. Ashland, 1/8/09 FTM: 4, vs. Ferris State, 1/31/09 FTA: 5, vs. Ferris State, 1/31/09 Reb: 7, twice, most recently vs. Hillsdale, 2/21/09 Ast: 2, at Northern Michigan, 1/3/09 Blk: 3, twice, most recently at Findlay, 1/17/09 Ste: 2, at Hillsdale, 3/3/09

Personal: Son of David and Joan Hojnacki of Milwaukee, Wis. … Born April 21, 1990, in Milwaukee, Wis. ... Has one older sister … Enjoys playing cards and spending time with family and friends … Owns a 3.69 grade point average in mechanical engineering.

Career Totals 3-Point Year G-GS FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Reb Avg PF Dq TP Avg Ast To Blk Ste Min Avg 2008-09 27-2 76-162 .469 38-95 .400 23-30 .767 90 3.3 38 1 213 7.9 8 18 11 7 526 19.5 Career 27-2 76-162 .469 38-95 .400 23-30 .767 90 3.3 38 1 213 7.9 8 18 11 7 526 19.5

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50

Brian Olley

So • C • 6-7 • 220 Macomb, Mich. College: 2008-09: Played in 27 games and started one … Averaged 3.4 points and 2.5 rebounds per game … Led team with three blocked shots against Alma (11/21) … Posted two games with 10 or more points and six games with five or more rebounds … Tallied a season-high 12 points vs. Alma (11/21) … 2007-08: Redshirted. High School: Graduated from Dakota (Mich.) High School in 2007 … Prepped by Bill Snyder … Earned all-academic laurels all four seasons … Named to Macomb Area Conference All-Red Division Team as a junior and senior … 2003 State Champion in Hoop Shoot Competition … Member of DECA.

Career Highs Pts: FGM: FGA: 3Pt: Att: FTM FTA: Reb: Ast: Blk: Ste:

12, vs. Alma, 11/21/08 4, twice, most recently vs. Finlandia, 11/29/08 7, vs. Finlandia, 11/29/08 ------4, vs. Alma, 11/21/08 6, vs. Alma, 11/21/08 7, vs. Alma, 11/21/08 2, vs. Alma, 11/21/08 3, vs. Alma, 11/21/08 1, seven times, most recently vs. Grand Valley State, 1/29/09

Personal: Son of Dianne and Brian Olley, Jr. of Macomb, Mich. … Born on Nov. 6, 1989 in Warren, Mich. … Has one younger brother … Enjoys snowboarding, fishing and snowmobiling … Majoring in business administration.

Career Totals 3-Point Year G-GS FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Reb Avg PF Dq TP 2008-09

Career

27-1 27-1

31-73 31-73

.425 .425

0-0 0-0

.000 .000

29-41 29-41

.707 .707

67 67

2.5 2.5

71 71

3 3

91 91

Avg Ast To Blk Ste Min Avg 3.4 3.4

10 10

30 30

12 12

7 7

355 355

13.1 13.1

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Player Profiles

2009-10 Men’s Basketball

T.J. Brown

Fr • G • 6-2 • 180 Oak Park, Mich.

4

Matt Esters

12

Fr • G • 6-3 • 180 Detroit, Mich.

College: 2008-09: Redshirted.

College: 2008-09: Redshirted.

High School: Graduated from Berkley (Mich.) High School in 2008 … Coached by Jeremy Denha … Averaged 12 points and 10 assists as a senior, helping Berkley to an Oakland Activities Association title … Named All-OAA First Team in 2007-08 … Helped Bears to 35-9 record during final two seasons as a prep.

High School: Graduated from Divine Child (Mich.) High School in 2008 … Coached by Andy Dold … Earned all-state accolades as a senior who averaged 15.4 points per game … Helped 2007-08 DCHS squad to a 21-6 record, a city championship and the Catholic League Central Division title … Was selected as team most valuable player and all-conference as both a junior and senior … Also participated in cross country for one season.

Personal: Son of Thomas and Darlene Brown of Oak Park, Mich. … Born July 17, 1990, in Detroit, Mich. … Has one older brother and one younger sister … Enjoys spending time with family and watching movies … Majoring in business administration.

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Personal: Son of Jerry and Stephanie Esters of Detroit, Mich. … Born in Detroit, Mich., on Dec. 2, 1990 … Has two older sisters and two younger brothers … Enjoys reading books … Majoring in business administration.


Anthony Katona

20

Nate Kindt

Fr • G • 6-2 • 185 Negaunee, Mich.

54

Fr • C • 6-9 • 245 Ossineke, Mich.

College: 2008-09: Redshirted.

College: 2008-09: Redshirted.

High School: Graduated in 2008 from Negaunee (Mich.) High School … Coached by Mike O’Donnell … Was an all-state selection as a senior, helping the Miners to a 25-1 record and trip to the state tournament semifinals … Turned in the ninth-best 3-point field goal percentage in the state in 2007-08 … Selected as Mid-Peninsula Conference Defensive Player of the Year each of his final two seasons …Also participated in football, cross country and golf as a prep … Member of student council.

High School: Graduated from Alpena (Mich.) High School in 2008 … Coached by John Pintar … Was the Big North Conference most valuable player as a senior, helping the Wildcats to a league title and district championship … Earned BNC most improved player accolades as a junior … Also participated in baseball and football as a prep … Member of National Honor Society.

Personal: Son of John and Judy Katona of Negaunee, Mich. … Born in Marquette, Mich., on Aug. 2, 1989 … Has 11 siblings including eight brothers … Enjoys hunting, fishing and golfing … Majoring in chemistry.

Personal: Son of Steven and Lisa Kindt of Ossineke, Mich. … Born in Alpena, Mich., on Nov. 7, 1989 … Has one younger sister … Enjoys hunting, fishing and camping … Majoring in civil engineering.

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Player Profiles

2009-10 Men’s Basketball

Alex Culy

Fr • G • 6-2 • 175 Rice Lake, Wis.

3

14

Tyler Molesworth Jr • G • 6-4 • 195 Mesa, Ariz.

High School: Graduated from Rice Lake (Wis.) High School in 2009 … Coached by Kevin Orr … Served as team captain for junior and senior seasons … Selected as the All-Big Rivers Conference Player of the Year in 2009 … Earned All-Big Rivers Conference accolades in 2008 … Helped the Warriors to a 22-2 record in 2006-07 and a Regional Championship … Also participated in cross country and golf as a prep.

College: 2008-09: Competed for Mesa Community College … Coached by Sam Ballard … Earned Arizona Community College Athletic Conference Player of the Week honors … Posted a .446 3-point percentage, good for fifth-best in ACCAC … Averaged 10.2 points, 4.3 rebounds, 1.4 steals, and 1.7 assists per game … 2007-08: Posted 10th-best 3-point field goal percentage ACCAC.

Personal: Son of Brian and Bev Culy of Rice Lake, Wis. … Born in St. Paul, Minn., on Feb. 14, 1991 … Has one older brother … Enjoys fishing and reading … Brother, Dan, currently plays basketball for Wisconsin-Superior … Majoring in chemical engineering.

High School: Graduated from Mountain View (Ariz.) High School in 2004 … Coached by Gary Ernst … Named to 5A all-state honorable mention, Second Team All-5A East Valley Region, and team most valuable player in 2004, helping his team to a 29-3 record and a state semifinal appearance … Holds school record for most 3-point field goals in a game in Mountain View history (7) … Also participated in football, track, and baseball as a prep … Member of National Honor Society.

Erik Stephens

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Fr • G • 5-10 • 160 Cincinnati, Ohio

High School: Graduated from Oak Hills (Ohio) High School in 2009 … Coached by Mike Price … Was named most valuable player of both his team and of the Buckeye Classic … Helped his team to a 17-6 record in 2006-07 that included a 12-2 record in the Greater Miami Conference, a district championship, and sectional runner-up … Also participated in baseball and track as a prep. Personal: Son of Stephen and Jennifer Stevens of Cincinnati, Ohio … Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Dec. 18, 1990 … Has one younger sister … Enjoys golf and skiing … Met Oscar Robertson while competing in the Buckeye Classic … Majoring in exercise science.

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Personal: Son of Scott and Dondi Molesworth of Mesa, Ariz. … Born in Santa Clara, Calif., on Jan. 14, 1986 … Has two younger brothers and one younger sister … Enjoys golf and weight lifting … Has never played on a team with a losing record … Majoring in civil engineering.


Ali Haidar

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Nathan Saliga

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Fr • F • 6-7 • 215 Leonard, Mich.

High School: Graduated from J.L. Forster (Ont.) High School in 2009 … Coached by Patrick Osborne … Was named Mr. Basketball and most valuable player of his team in both 2007-08 and 2008-09 … Helped Forster to a 28-8 record and the South Western Ontario Secondary Schools Athletic Association Championship in 2007-08 … Named most improved player of his team in 2006-07, helping his team to a 24-6 record and Windsor and Essex County Secondary School Athletic Association Championship … Also participated in football and volleyball as a prep.

High School: Graduated from Romeo (Mich.) High School in 2009 … Coached by Dale Teller … Garnered Macomb Area Conference defensive most valuable player, team most valuable player and All-MAC Red First Team accolades as a senior … Named fifth team all-county in 2008, helping his team to the MAC Championship and a district title … Averaged 9.2 points and 7.2 rebounds per game in 2008 … Named Most Improved Player on team in 2007, helping his team to MAC Championship and the District Championship … Also participated in soccer and track as a prep.

Personal: Son of Mohammad and Mona Haidar of Windsor, Ont. … Born in Lebanon on July 20, 1990 … Has two older and two younger brothers and one older and one younger sister … Did not begin playing basketball until the 2006-07 season … Majoring in electrical engineering and computer engineering.

Personal: Son of Tony and Sue Saliga of Leonard, Mich. … Born in Rochester, Mich., on Nov. 8, 1990 … Has two younger brothers … Enjoys biking, woodworking, and designing and building things … Father played basketball at Michigan Tech from 1980-82 … Mother played volleyball at Wayne State from 1979-81 … Majoring in mechanical engineering.

Huskies Pep Band   The Michigan Tech Pep Band has drawn raves from writers and commendations from coaches. It has energized crowds, befuddled opponents, and is undoubtedly unequalled by any other ensemble of its kind in Division II basketball.   The Huskies Pep Band has become the “Sixth Man” on the court at Michigan Tech home games.   Members of the Huskies Pep Band are all students with other educational interests at Michigan Tech, as the University does not offer a music major. The brightly striped bib overall uniforms have become a trademark at Michigan Tech and reflect the school’s heritage as a mining institution. Because of the demand of the students’ schedules and the many appearances the group makes during the year (all football, basketball, and hockey events), there are actually two bands, named Silver and Gold, and each is made up of approximately 90 members.   The Huskies Pep Band is led by director Nick Enz.

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08-09 Review

2009-10 Men’s Basketball

2008-09 Results 14-15 Overall, 10-12 GLIAC Date 11/15/08 11/16/08 11/21/08 11/23/08 11/29/08 12/04/08 12/06/08 12/13/08 12/18/08 12/20/08 01/03/09 01/08/09 01/10/09 01/15/09 01/17/09 01/22/09 01/24/09 01/29/09 01/31/09 02/05/09 02/07/09 02/12/09 02/14/09 02/19/09 02/21/09 02/26/09 02/28/09 03/03/09 03/06/09

Opponent vs Wisconsin-Parkside^ vs Lewis^ ALMA MINNESOTA DULUTH FINLANDIA at Wayne State* at Northwood* NORTHERN MICHIGAN* NORTHWOOD* WAYNE STATE* at Northern Michigan* ASHLAND* TIFFIN* at Hillsdale* at Findlay* SAGINAW VALLEY STATE* LAKE SUPERIOR STATE* GRAND VALLEY STATE* FERRIS STATE* at Tiffin* at Ashland* at Ferris State* at Grand Valley State* FINDLAY* HILLSDALE* at Lake Superior State* at Saginaw Valley State* at Hillsdale! at Findlay!

W/L W L W L W L W L W W L W W W L L L L L W W W L L L W L W L

Score 66-52 66-83 66-46 54-66 81-58 55-62 65-47 67-69 54-48 69-60 62-66 77-69 84-53 69-61 69-83 73-85 51-58 77-79 80-86 63-46 72-70 66-58 59-69 36-64 56-64 66-62 64-74 69-54 46-64

High Points (12) Robby Springborn (21) Robby Springborn (12) Brian Olley (11) Chris Baugh (22) Fedrick Bowe (20) Robby Springborn (18) Robby Springborn (18) Fedrick Bowe (20) Robby Springborn (19) Georgio Holt (15) Fedrick Bowe (20) Robby Springborn (18) Hojnacki, Springborn (27) Fedrick Bowe (17) Sean Geary (22) Fedrick Bowe (9) Bowe, Springborn (18) Robby Springborn (17) Don Fowler (25) Robby Springborn (17) Springborn, Bowe (15) Robby Springborn (19) Mike Hojnacki (8) Brandon Ball (13) Brandon Ball (17) Robby Springborn (14) Brandon Ball (14) Georgio Holt (25) Robby Springborn

High Rebounds (5) Bowe, Olley, Hojnacki (7) Fedrick Bowe (7) Brian Olley (12) Fedrick Bowe (15) Fedrick Bowe (13) Chris Baugh (5) Bowe, Olley (11) Georgio Holt (13) Fedrick Bowe (6) Fedrick Bowe (5) Ball, Bowe, Hojnacki (11) Fedrick Bowe (8) Fowler, Bowe (8) Fedrick Bowe (6) Brian Olley (14) Fedrick Bowe (6) Geary, Bowe, Hojnacki (5) Fedrick Bowe (11) Don Fowler (8) Chris Baugh (12) Fedrick Bowe (10) Fedrick Bowe (5) Fedrick Bowe (6) Fedrick Bowe (10) Georgio Holt (13) Fedrick Bowe (5) Fedrick Bowe (8) Fedrick Bowe (12) Fedrick Bowe

^GLIAC/GLVC Challenge (Kenosha, Wis.)  *GLIAC Game  !GLIAC Tournament (Houghton, Mich.)  Home games in CAPS

2008-09 Statistics TOTAL 3-PTS Player GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct 03 Robby Springborn 29-29 889 30.7 123-315 .390 58-166 .349 80-88 .909 40 Fedrick Bowe 29-29 752 25.9 105-219 .479 0-0 .000 83-133 .624 42 Mike Hojnacki 27-2 526 19.5 76-162 .469 38-95 .400 23-30 .767 32 Georgio Holt 27-22 622 23.0 67-179 .374 28-106 .264 39-48 .813 10 Sean Geary 28-25 645 23.0 59-138 .428 15-44 .341 45-60 .750 30 Chris Baugh 29-23 502 17.3 62-153 .405 0-0 .000 35-57 .614 05 Don Fowler 28-11 567 20.3 46-125 .368 11-56 .196 40-47 .851 11 Brandon Ball 29-3 589 20.3 44-125 .352 12-45 .267 33-47 .702 50 Brian Olley 27-1 355 13.1 31-73 .425 0-0 .000 29-41 .707 13 Mike Szatko 7-0 67 9.6 7-17 .412 6-15 .400 2-2 1.000 22 Matt Gaedke 27-0 285 10.6 19-67 .284 4-33 .121 23-27 .852 TM TEAM................ Total.......... 29 639-1573 .406 172-560 .307 432-580 .745 Opponents...... 29 638-1446 .441 173-461 .375 407-577 .705 SCORE BY PERIODS: Michigan Tech Opponents

1st 835 860

2nd 1047 996

Total 1882 1856

Returning players in Bold

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Reb 51 229 90 98 84 107 74 67 67 6 29 123 1025 909

Avg PF-FO A 1.8 40-0 62 7.9 73-1 23 3.3 38-1 8 3.6 63-2 17 3.0 48-0 76 3.7 84-2 13 2.6 38-0 28 2.3 66-1 65 2.5 71-3 10 0.9 4-0 3 1.1 22-0 20 4.2 35.3 547-10 325 31.3 535-16 310

TO Blk 41 3 61 19 18 11 28 14 44 1 26 17 32 0 47 2 30 12 3 0 25 1 3 358 80 385 82

Stl 35 20 7 7 25 7 17 30 7 1 8

Pts 384 293 213 201 178 159 143 133 91 22 65

Avg 13.2 10.1 7.9 7.4 6.4 5.5 5.1 4.6 3.4 3.1 2.4

164 1882 64.9 180 1856 64.0


2008-09 Highs and Lows Points Field Goals Made Field Goal Att. FG Pct (min 5 made) 3-Point FG Made 3-Point FG Att. 3-Pt FG Pct (min 4 made) Free Throws Made Free Throw Att. FT Pct (min 6 made) Rebounds Assists Steals Blocked Shots

Individual Highs

MICHIGAN TECH 27, Fedrick Bowe at Hillsdale (01/15/09) 9, Fedrick Bowe vs Saginaw Valley State (01/22/09) 17, Robby Springborn at Findlay (03/06/09) .875 (7-8), Mike Hojnacki vs Tiffin (01/10/09) 6, Robby Springborn at Findlay (03/06/09) 13, Robby Springborn at Findlay (03/06/09) 1.000 (4-4), Mike Hojnacki vs Tiffin (01/10/09) 13, Fedrick Bowe at Hillsdale (01/15/09) 14, Fedrick Bowe at Hillsdale (01/15/09) 1.000 (7-7), Fedrick Bowe at Northern Michigan (01/03/09) 15, Fedrick Bowe vs Finlandia (11/29/08) 6, Brandon Ball at Findlay (03/06/09) 4, two players 3, Fedrick Bowe at Findlay (03/06/09)

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 STEALS BLOCKED SHOTS TURNOVERS

MICHIGAN TECH 84, TIFFIN (01/10/09) 30, three times 72, FINLANDIA (11/29/08) .536 (30-56), TIFFIN (01/10/09) 11, at Northern Michigan (01/03/09) 30, ASHLAND (01/08/09) .529 (9-17), GRAND VALLEY STATE (01/29/09) 27, FERRIS STATE (01/31/09) 39, FERRIS STATE (01/31/09) .944 (17-18), at Northern Michigan (01/03/09) 46, FINLANDIA (11/29/08) 18, at Lake Superior State (02/26/09) 11, WAYNE STATE (12/20/08) 7, TIFFIN (01/10/09) 17, at Findlay (01/17/09)

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 STEALS BLOCKED SHOTS TURNOVERS

MICHIGAN TECH 36, FINDLAY (02/19/09) 11, FINDLAY (02/19/09) 37, at Tiffin (02/05/09) .262 (11-42), FINDLAY (02/19/09) 0, HILLSDALE (02/21/09) 11, twice .000 (0-13), HILLSDALE (02/21/09) 4, at Findlay (03/06/09) 5, at Findlay (03/06/09) .571 (12-21), LAKE SUPERIOR STATE (01/24/09) 21, GRAND VALLEY STATE (01/29/09) 4, FINDLAY (02/19/09) 2, four times 0, at Tiffin (02/05/09) 6, TIFFIN (01/10/09)

Team Lows

OPPONENT 30, two players 11, two players 20, Greg Foster vs Saginaw Valley State (01/22/09) 1.000 (8-8), Morgan Lewis vs Findlay (02/19/09) 5, two players 9, Jason Genova vs Lewis (11/16/08) 1.000 (4-4) three players 13, Tony Gugino at Hillsdale (01/15/09) 17, Tony Gugino at Hillsdale (01/15/09) 1.000 (8-8), Toreau Brown vs Grand Valley State (01/29/09) 11, Shane Lawal at Wayne State (12/04/08) 7, two players 6, Tyler Gordon vs Finlandia (11/29/08) 10, Shane Lawal at Wayne State (12/04/08)

OPPONENT 86, FERRIS STATE (01/31/09) 31, vs Lewis (11/16/08) 62, twice .538 (28-52), FERRIS STATE (01/31/09) 10, twice 22, FINLANDIA (11/29/08) .833 (5-6), at Grand Valley State (02/14/09) 25, at Wayne State (12/04/08) 42, at Wayne State (12/04/08) .842 (16-19), at Saginaw Valley State (02/28/09) 39, twice 20, MINNESOTA DULUTH (11/23/08) 13, FINLANDIA (11/29/08) 11, at Wayne State (12/04/08) 28, ALMA (11/21/08) OPPONENT 46, twice 12, ALMA (11/21/08) 37, ALMA (11/21/08) .324 (12-37), ALMA (11/21/08) 1, at Northwood (12/06/08) 6, at Grand Valley State (02/14/09) .111 (1-9), at Northwood (12/06/08) 6, TIFFIN (01/10/09) 10, twice .526 (10-19), LAKE SUPERIOR STATE (01/24/09) 17, at Tiffin (02/05/09) 3, twice 2, twice 0, twice 5, FINDLAY (02/19/09)

Michigan Tech’s Record When... Situation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Record Leading At Half. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-2 Trailing At Half . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13 Tied At Half. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 Better FG Pct Than Opp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-0 Worse FG Pct Than Opp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-15 FG Pct Equal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0 FG Pct Better Than 50. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-0 FG Pct 40-50 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-5 FG Pct Less Than 40. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-10 Hold Opp Under 40 FG Pct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1

More Rebounds Than Opp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-8 Fewer Rebounds Than Opp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7 Rebounds Equal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 More Turnovers Than Opp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-7 Fewer Turnovers Than Opp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-8 Turnovers Equal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-0 Scoring Fewer Than 70 Points. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-12 Scoring 70 or More Points. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3 Hold Opp to Less Than 70 Points. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-9 Allow Opp 70 or More Points. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6

Day Games. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Night Games. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vs. Ranked Teams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sunday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Monday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wednesday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saturday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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

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08-09 Review

2009-10 Men’s Basketball

Exhibition • at Michigan November 11, 2008—at Ann Arbor, Mich. (6328) Michigan Tech (0-1) 24 31 — 55 Michigan (1-0) 42 35 — 77 Notes: The Huskies were as close as 10 points in the second half, but cold shooting and a 30-point effort from UM’s Manny Harris were too much to overcome.

Exhibition • vs. IUPUI November 12, 2008—at Ann Arbor, Mich. (6328) Michigan Tech (0-2) 33 32 — 65 IUPUI (1-1) 28 23 — 51 Notes: The Huskies kept the game within five points at half but 5-of-30 shooting from 3-point range didn’t allow them to get any closer in the second half.

Game 1 • GLIAC/GLVC Challege November 15, 2008—at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. (459) Wisconsin-Parkside (0-1) 20 32 — 52 Michigan Tech (1-0) 30 36 — 66 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F UWP 34.6 11.8 66.7 30 9 15 Tech 50.9 18.2 72.7 41 11 20 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds UWP Fenderson 25 Stevens 6 Tech Springborn 12 Six tied with 5 Notes: Nine different Huskies scored points including three in double figures as Tech officially opened the season with a win. Tech led virtually wire to wire. The defense limited the Rangers to 20 first-half points.

Game 2 • GLIAC/GLVC Challege November 16, 2008—at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. (125) Lewis (2-0) 34 49 — 83 Michigan Tech (1-1) 29 37 — 66 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Lewis 51.7 42.9 70.6 37 8 19 Tech 35.1 40.0 76.2 34 10 19 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Lewis Dagans 30 Dagans, Genova 7 Tech Springborn 21 Bowe 7 Notes: Lewis’ Bradon Dagans and Jason Genova combined for 50 points to help the Flyers improve to 2-0. Robby Springborn scored 21 points in the Huskies’ first setback of the season.

Game 3 • vs. Alma November 21, 2008—at Houghton, Mich. (550) Alma (0-3) 27 19 — 46 Michigan Tech (2-1) 38 38 — 66 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Alma 32.4 27.8 70.8 38 28 23 Tech 42.3 23.8 63.0 29 10 22 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Alma Redditt 11 DeHaan, Binkley 4 Tech Olley 12 Olley 7 Notes: The Huskies held the Scots to just three field goals in the second half. An 8-0 run midway through the frame helped Tech take control of the game. Freshman Brian Olley posted a team-high 12 points in his third collegiate game.

Game 4 • vs. Minnesota Duluth November 23, 2008—at Houghton, Mich. (468) Minnesota Duluth (3-2) 31 35 — 66 Michigan Tech (2-2) 25 29 — 54 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F UMD 51.1 50.0 80.0 39 18 17 Tech 32.8 10.0 71.4 30 8 16 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds UMD Sykora 18 Sykora, White 9 Tech Baugh 11 Bowe 12 Notes: Field goal shooting was the difference in this one as the Bulldogs knocked down 8-of-16 3-pointers. Fedrick Bowe tallied a double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds for Tech.

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Game 5 • vs. Finlandia November 29, 2008—at Houghton, Michigan (405) Finlandia (0-5) 23 35 — 58 Michigan Tech (3-2) 36 45 — 81 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F FU 42.0 28.6 81.3 30 20 17 Tech 41.7 28.6 81.3 46 14 15 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds FU Gordon 18 Gordon 7 Tech Bowe 22 Bowe 15 Notes: Fedrick Bowe and Georgio Holt combined for 39 points and the Huskies utilized a 46-30 rebounding avantage to gain the win.

Game 6 • vs. Wayne State December 4, 2008—at Detroit, Mich. (764) Michigan Tech (3-3, 0-1) 23 32 — 55 Wayne State (3-1, 1-0) 22 40 — 62 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 31.0 35.3 61.9 44 17 33 Wayne 37.8 23.1 59.5 35 14 19 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Springborn 20 Baugh 13 Wayne Lawal 19 Lawal 11 Notes: Tech shot just 31 percent from the field — in large part due to WSU’s Shane Lawal, who completed his triple double with 10 blocks. Robby Springborn tallied his second game of the year with 20+ points.

Game 7 • vs. Northwood December 6, 2008—at Midland, Mich. (867) Michigan Tech (4-3, 1-1) 27 38 — 65 Northwood (4-2, 1-1) 21 26 — 47 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 42.3 27.8 84.2 27 8 20 Northwood 38.5 11.1 59.3 33 18 17 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Springborn 18 Bowe, Olley 5 Northwood Sullivan 14 Erickson 8 Notes: Tech went 16-of-19 from the free throw line in the second half to come away with its first GLIAC win. Huskies’ freshman Matt Gaedke recorded his first career game in double figures with 10 points.

Game 8 • vs. Northern Michigan December 13, 2008—at Houghton, Mich. (867) Northern Michigan (6-1, 2-1) 33 36 — 69 Michigan Tech (4-4, 1-2) 39 28 — 67 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F NMU 46.8 50.0 69.6 31 15 18 Tech 38.6 24.0 60.7 42 13 21 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds NMU Renelique 24 Warner, Greene 7 Tech Bowe 18 Holt 11 Notes: The Black and Gold held a 48-33 lead over the Wildcats in the second half, but couldn’t hang on for the victory. Junior Georgio Holt recorded his first career double-double (17 pts, 11 rebounds) in the loss.

Game 9 • vs. Northwood December 18, 2008—at Houghton, Mich. (628) Northwood (5-3, 2-2) 21 27 — 48 Michigan Tech (5-4, 2-2) 21 33 — 54 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Northwood 32.7 18.8 75.0 37 12 26 Tech 29.4 21.4 77.8 41 11 16 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Northwood Johnson 18 Erickson 9 Tech Springborn 20 Bowe 13 Notes: Coach Kevin Luke called it “Probably the ugliest win I’ve been associated with in my time at Michigan Tech.” Tech’ 11-2 run to open the second half proved to be the difference.

Game 10 • vs. Wayne State December 20, 2008—at Houghton, Mich. (561) Wayne State (4-5, 2-3) 26 34 — 60 Michigan Tech (6-4, 3-2) 32 37 — 69 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F WSU 44.2 60.0 72.7 27 19 24 Tech 47.9 18.8 83.3 31 14 19 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds WSU Stallings 15 Lawal 8 Tech Holt 19 Bowe 6 Notes: Georgio Holt and Robby Springborn combined for 37 of the team’s 69 points. The Tech defense held WSU without a field goal for more than four minutes late in the game.

Game 11 • vs. Northern Michigan January 03, 2009—at Marquette, Mich (1426) Northern Michigan (8-3, 3-3) 34 32 — 66 Michigan Tech (6-5, 3-3) 27 35 — 62 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F NMU 53.3 31.3 72.2 28 13 14 Tech 34.0 45.8 94.4 30 15 16 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds NMU Greene 14 Warner 6 Tech Bowe 15 Ball 5 Notes: Tech led 59-50 with 6:28 to play before the Wildcats finished on a 16-3 surge. The Huskies made a season-high 11 3-pointers in the game, but failed to score a field goal in the final 6:28.

Game 12 • vs. Ashland January 8, 2009—at Houghton, Mich (525) Ashland (6-5, 4-3) 27 42 — 69 Michigan Tech (7-5, 4-3) 30 47 — 77 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F AU 45.2 42.9 70.0 31 15 14 Tech 44.8 33.3 88.2 38 16 11 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds AU Wackerly 19 Saunders 9 Tech Springborn 20 Bowe 11 Notes: The Huskies converted on 15 of their 17 attempts at the free throw stripe and had four players score in double figures to defeat the Eagles. Mike Hojnacki notched a career high with 17 points.

Game 13 • vs. Tiffin January 10, 2009—at Houghton, Mich (606) Tiffin (1-12, 0-8) 26 27 — 53 Michigan Tech (8-5, 5-3) 34 50 — 84 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F TU 34.4 25.0 60.0 30 10 17 Tech 53.6 41.7 86.4 42 6 9 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds TU Cuellar 16 Warner 6 Tech Hojnacki, Springborn 18 Bowe, Fowler 8 Notes: Just two days after his 17 point outing, freshman forward Mike Hojnacki attained a new career high by scoring 18 and going 4-4 from three point range. The Huskies moved into a tie for first place in the GLIAC North with the victory.

Game 14 • vs. Northwood January 15, 2009—at Hillsdale, Mich. (512) Michigan Tech (9-5, 6-3) 28 41 — 69 Hillsdale (5-8, 3-6) 29 32 — 61 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 42.0 27.3 88.9 39 14 20 Hillsdale 36.5 19.0 82.6 28 12 24 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Bowe 27 Bowe 8 Hillsdale Gugino 21 Gugino 9 Notes: Fedrick Bowe shattered his career high with 27 points including a 13-of-14 effort at the free throw line. As a team, the Huskies were 24-of-27 at the foul stripe to claim their third straight win.


Game 15 • vs. Findlay January 17, 2009—at Findlay, Ohio (1,682) Michigan Tech (9-6, 6-4) 26 43 — 69 No. 1 Findlay (14-0, 10-0) 44 39 — 83 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 41.1 40.0 88.2 33 17 20 Findlay 52.8 42.1 73.1 31 11 15 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Geary 17 Olley 6 Findlay Hyde 16 Roberts 9 Notes: Tech came within 12 points of the No. 1 ranked Oilers in the final two minutes of play before falling. Sean Geary posted a season-high 17 points and was one of four Tech players in double figures in points.

Game 16 • vs. Saginaw Valley State January 22, 2009—at Houghton, Mich. (612) Saginaw Valley State (4-11, 4-7) 40 45 — 85 Michigan Tech (9-7, 6-5) 38 35 — 73 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F SVSU 50.9 47.1 84.0 38 14 16 Tech 40.6 35.3 71.4 33 10 19 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds SVSU Foster 30 Foster 10 Tech Bowe 22 Bowe 14 Notes: The Huskies couldn’t stop the hot shooting of the Cardinals’ Dante Williams and Greg Foster, who scored a combined 52 points. Four Huskies scored in double figures led by Fedrick Bowe who posted a double-double.

Game 17 • vs. Lake Superior State January 24, 2009—at Houghton, Mich. (782) Lake Superior State (12-5, 9-3) 31 27 — 58 Michigan Tech (9-8, 6-6) 26 25 — 51 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F LSSU 43.5 47.1 52.6 37 12 19 Tech 29.0 14.3 57.1 43 10 21 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds LSSU VanOudheusden 18 Perkins 9 Tech Bowe, Springborn 9 Three tied 6 Notes: Tech fell victim to cold shooting, especially behind the three-point line to be defeated in their third consecutive GLIAC contest.

Game 18 • vs. Grand Valley State January 29, 2009—at Houghton, Mich. (1,011) Grand Valley State (14-4, 9-4) 41 38 — 79 Michigan Tech (9-9, 6-7) 34 43. — 77 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F GVSU 53.3 58.3 80.0 38 15 23 Tech 47.9 52.9 73.3 20 7 23 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds GVSU Wes Trammell 18 Ringler 10 Tech Springborn 18 Bowe 4 Notes: Robby Springborn launched a desperation threepointer at the buzzer, but it went wide to the right as Tech lost their fourth straight GLIAC match. Three Huskies had double figures in points.

Game 19 • vs. Ferris State January 31, 2009—at Houghton, Mich. (985) Ferris State (11-8, 9-5) 40 46 — 86 Michigan Tech (9-10, 6-8) 33 47 — 80 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F FSU 53.8 58.8 66.7 28 13 27 Tech 41.4 23.8 69.2 43 15 26 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds FSU Keenan 26 Keenan 7 Tech Fowler 17 Fowler 11 Notes: Despite having four players with 11 or more points, the Black and Gold dropped their fifth GLIAC decision in as many games. Don Fowler recorded a double-double for the first time in his collegiate career.

Game 20 • at Tiffin February 5, 2009—at Tiffin, Ohio (175) Michigan Tech (10-10, 7-8) 34 29 — 63 Tiffin (2-18, 1-14) 24 22 — 46 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 51.4 47.1 68.0 36 16 15 TU 34.9 28.6 75.0 17 11 25 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Springborn 25 Baugh 8 TU Fall 14 Fall 5 Notes: Michigan Tech snapped its five game losing skid by shooting its best percentage from the floor in the past six games. Robby Springborn led all scorers with 25 points as the Huskies handed the Dragons yet another defeat.

Game 25 • vs. Hillsdale February 21, 2009—at Houghton, Mich. (1919) Hillsdale (14-10, 12-8) 32 32 — 64 Michigan Tech (12-13, 9-11) 28 28 — 56 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F HC 41.2 42.1 60.9 39 16 17 Tech 35.0 0.0 73.7 38 12 21 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds HC Guinane, MacKenzie 12 Laser, Gerber 7 Tech Ball 13 Holt 10 Notes: Robby Springborn scored his 1,000th point, but the Huskies failed to make a three-point basket in their second consecutive loss. Brandon Ball recorded a career high with 13 points in his final home game as a Husky.

Game 21 • at Ashland

Game 26 • at Lake Superior State

February 7, 2009—at Ashland, Ohio (606) Michigan Tech (11-10, 8-8) 26 46 — 72 Ashland (9-11, 7-9) 31 39 — 70 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 51.7 23.8 87.5 37 13 19 AU 51.0 62.5 53.3 20 9 15 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Springborn, Bowe 17 Bowe 12 AU Hatcher 23 Hatcher 6 Notes: Despite a six-point lead with nine seconds left, Tech needed Robby Springborn breaking up a pass at the buzzer to hold on for the two-point win. Bowe tallied his fifth double-double of the season.

February 26, 2009—at Houghton, Mich. (904) Michigan Tech (13-13, 10-11) 24 38 — 62 Lake Superior State (19-7, 16-5) 40 26 — 66 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 51.0 46.7 81.8 29 8 16 LSSU 43.4 33.3 80.0 29 10 15 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Springborn 23 Bowe 13 LSSU Kuhl 18 VanOudeusden 7 Notes: Tech secured its 12th straight appearance in the GLIAC Tournament with this upset win. LSSU fought back from 18 points down, but the Huskies held on for their eighth straight win over the Lakers in Sault Ste. Marie.

Game 22 • at Ferris State February 12, 2009—at Big Rapids, Mich. (690) Michigan Tech (12-10, 9-8) 27 39 — 66 Ferris State (11-11, 9-8) 34 24 — 58 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 43.2 41.2 70.0 36 14 18 FS 35.8 33.3 73.7 31 12 22 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Springborn 15 Bowe 10 FS Keenan 20 Molden 6 Notes: Michigan Tech extended its winning streak to three games by having three players record double figures in points. Georgio Holt’s tip dunk at the 2:38 mark in the second half proved to be the game changer.

Game 23 • at Grand Valley State February 14, 2009—at Allendale, Mich. (2081) Michigan Tech (12-11, 9-9) 18 41 — 59 Grand Valley State (17-6, 12-6) 25 44 — 69 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 40.4 25.0 70.6 26 11 23 GVSU 52.2 83.3 72.7 32 15 15 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Hojnacki 19 Bowe 5 GVSU Ringler 13 Brown 7 Notes: The first half shooting percentage for the Huskies was one major factor in their first loss in four games. Tech shot 27 percent compared to the 41.7 by the Lakers. Mike Hojnacki reset his career high by scoring 19 points.

Game 27 • at Saginaw Valley State February 28, 2009—at University Center, Mich. (1,118) Michigan Tech (13-14, 10-12) 25 39 — 64 Saginaw Valley State (9-17, 9-13) 37 37 — 74 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 38.7 34.5 75.0 31 14 18 SVSU 47.2 47.1 84.2 36 13 14 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Ball 14 Bowe 5 SVSU Stevenson 26 Foster 9 Notes: Brandon Ball posted a career-high 14 points against his former team. Chris Baugh tied a career high with 11 points. Don Fowler and Mike Hojnacki also reached double digits in points.

Game 28 • GLIAC Quarterfinal March 3, 2009—at Hillsdale, Mich. (882) Michigan Tech (14-14) 25 39 — 64 Hillsdale (16-11) 37 37 — 74 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 46.0 50.0 77.8 38 13 17 HC 44.4 22.2 71.4 20 12 18 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Holt 14 Bowe 8 HC Gugino 15 Gugino 7 Notes: The Huskies shot 50 percent from beyond the arc in enemy territory to win their first GLIAC Tournament game in the past four seasons. Four players registered double figures in points for the Black and Gold.

Game 24 • vs. Findlay

Game 29 • GLIAC Semifinal

February 19, 2009—at Houghton, Mich. (904) No. 1 Findlay (23-0, 19-0) 33 31 — 64 Michigan Tech (12-12, 9-10) 12 24 — 36 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F UF 50.0 35.7 76.5 28 5 17 Tech 26.2 21.4 57.9 32 16 13 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds UF Bostic 20 Lewis 7 Tech Ball 8 Bowe 6 Notes: Findlay proved why they are ranked number one in the country against Tech. The Black and Gold could not slow down Josh Bostic and the rest of the Oilers.

March 6, 2009—at Findlay, Ohio (1,573) Michigan Tech (14-15) 25 21 — 46 No. 1 Findlay (29-0) 31 33 — 64 Team Stats FG Pct 3FG Pct FT Pct Reb TO F Tech 33.3 28.6 80.0 35 15 21 UF 43.1 42.9 66.7 32 6 13 Stat Leaders: Points Rebounds Tech Springborn 25 Bowe 12 UF Bostic 27 Roberts 8 Notes: Tech stayed within six at the break but couldn’t match the depth of the host Oilers, who went on to win the GLIAC and national championship. Robby Springborn wrapped up his career with a stellar 25-point performance.

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Championship History

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All-Time GLIAC Tournament Results Michigan Tech has won two Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament titles and has qualified for 12 of the last 13 GLIAC Tournaments. The Huskies have posted a 20-10 mark in tournament play. 2008-09 Quarterfinal Semifinal

Michigan Tech 69, at Hillsdale 54 at Findlay 64, Michigan Tech 46

2007-08 Quarterfinal

Lake Superior State 87, at Michigan Tech 73

2006-07 Quarterfinal

at Northern Michigan 77, Michigan Tech 54

2005-06 Quarterfinal

at Grand Valley State 67, Michigan Tech 46

2004-05 Quarterfinal Semifinal

Michigan Tech 56, at Grand Valley State 48 at Findlay 76, Michigan Tech 57

2003-04 Quarterfinal Semifinal Championship

at Michigan Tech 87, Northern Michigan 66 Michigan Tech 69, Gannon 59 (at Findlay, Ohio) at Findlay 73, Michigan Tech 68

2002-03 Quarterfinal Semifinal Championship

(All games at Houghton, Mich.) at Michigan Tech 91, Ashland 75 at Michigan Tech 68, Northern Michigan 59 at Michigan Tech 68, Findlay 66

2001-02 Quarterfinal Semifinal Championship

(All games at Grand Rapids, Mich.) Michigan Tech 78, Wayne State 70 Michigan Tech 88, Lake Superior State 71 Michigan Tech 79, Northwood 65

2000-01 Quarterfinal Semifinal

(All games at Grand Rapids, Mich.) Michigan Tech 60, Findlay 47 Gannon 64, Michigan Tech 61

1999-2000 Quarterfinal Semifinal Championship

(All games at Grand Rapids, Mich.) Michigan Tech 72, Ashland 70 Michigan Tech 91, Grand Valley State 85 Northern Michigan 73, Michigan Tech 70

1998-99 Quarterfinal Semifinal Championship

(All games at Battle Creek, Mich.) Michigan Tech 61, Northern Michigan 55 Michigan Tech 76, Ashland 75 Wayne State 67, Michigan Tech 53

1997-98 Quarterfinal Semifinal Championship

(All games at Houghton, Mich.) at Michigan Tech 77, Mercyhurst 67 at Michigan Tech 74, Northern Michigan 65 Ferris State 71, at Michigan Tech 62

1995-96 Quarterfinal Semifinal Third Place

(All games at Rochester, Mich.) Michigan Tech 75, Northern Michigan 67 Lake Superior State 75, Michigan Tech 72 Michigan Tech 90, Saginaw Valley State 72

1994-95 Semifinal Third Place

(All games at Big Rapids, Mich.) Oakland 95, Michigan Tech 81 Michigan Tech 88, Ferris State 84

Left: Keith Fogle (1999-2003) was a key factor in Michigan Tech’s first two GLIAC Tournament titles. The forward played in a school-record 121 career games and tallied 765 points and 533 rebounds.

Right: Brian VanLanen (199597, 1998-2000) was a member of three GLIAC Tournament teams. The Appleton, Wis., native registered 824 points and 329 rebounds in 109 career games at Michigan Tech.

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All-Time NCAA Tournament Results Michigan Tech has made six trips to the NCAA Tournament, with the first in 1962-63 and the most recent in 2003-04. The Huskies have played in 11 NCAA Tournament games and posted a 5-6 all-time tournament record. Below is a look at Michigan Tech’s all-time results in the NCAA II Championships: 2003-04 Quarterfinal Semifinal

NCAA II Great Lakes Regional at Romeoville, Ill. Michigan Tech 81, Gannon 75 Wayne State 57, Michigan Tech 54

2002-03 Quarterfinal Semifinal

NCAA II Great Lakes Regional at Houghton, Mich. Michigan Tech 90, Indianapolis 75 Southern Indiana 74, Michigan Tech 71

2001-02 Semifinal

NCAA II Great Lakes Regional at Owensboro, Ky. Lewis 62, Michigan Tech 51

1999-2000 Quarterfinal Semifinal

NCAA II Great Lakes Regional at Owensboro, Ky. Michigan Tech 91, Gannon 86 Southern Indiana 85, Michigan Tech 68

1997-98 Quarterfinal Semifinal

NCAA II Great Lakes Regional at Owensboro, Ky. Michigan Tech 76, Lewis 73 Kentucky Wesleyan 78, Michigan Tech 68

1962-63 Semifinals Third Place

NCAA II Regional at Brookings, S.D. Nebraska Wesleyan 86, Michigan Tech 69 Michigan Tech 71, Cornell (Iowa) 61

Two-time AllAmerican and regional alltournament team selection Matt Cameron provided a sold-out SDC Gym one of the most exciting moments in Michigan Tech basketball history with this reverse dunk vs. Southern Indiana in the 2003 NCAA Regional semifinal.

The 1962-63 Michigan Tech squad was the first to advance to the NCAA Tournament. The team took third place at the region, which was hosted by South Dakota State in Brookings, S.D.

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Awards

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All-Americans

(Clockwise from upper left)

Josh Buettner

2004-05: NABC, Daktronics (First Team) and Basketball Times (Third Team) All-America; Division II Bulletin Preseason Player of the Year 2003-04: NABC, Daktronics (First Team), and Division II Bulletin (Third Team) All-America

Matt Cameron

2002-03: NABC, Basketball Times (Second Team), and Daktronics (Third Team) All-America 2001-02: Daktronics (Second Team), Division II Bulletin (Fourth Team) All-America

Jeff Boinski

1998-99: Division II Bulletin (Honorable Mention) All-America

J.T. Luginski

2002-03: Daktronics (Third Team) All-America; CoSIDA Academic All-American of the Year 2001-02: CoSIDA Academic All-America Second Team

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Major Awards National Player of the Year

2004-05 Josh Buettner, Division II Bulletin Preseason

National Coach of the Year 2002-03 Kevin Luke, NABC

All-America

2004-05 Josh Buettner, NABC, Daktronics First Team, Basketball Times Third Team 2003-04 Josh Buettner, NABC, Daktronics First Team, Division II Bulletin Third Team, 2002-03 Matt Cameron, NABC, Basketball Times Second Team J.T. Luginski, Daktronics Third Team 2001-02 Matt Cameron, Daktronics Second Team, Division II Bulletin Fourth Team 1998-99 Jeff Boinski, Division II Bulletin Honorable Mention

National All-Freshman

2001-02 Jason Marcotte, Division II Bulletin 1999-00 Matt Cameron, Division II Bulletin

Jason Marcotte (2001-05) owns the Michigan Tech record for career three-point field goals with 335. The three-time All-GLIAC selection helped the Huskies to a 96-24 record (.750 winning percentage) during his four years wearing black and gold.

CoSIDA Academic All-America 2002-03 2001-02 1984-85 1980-81 1979-80

J.T. Luginski, First Team, Academic All-American of the Year J.T. Luginski, Second Team Wayne Helmila, Second Team Russ VanDuine, First Team Russ VanDuine, Second Team

All-Region 2005-06 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97

Radayl Richardson, NABC Second Team Jason Marcotte, Daktronics Second Team J.T. Luginski, NABC First Team Matt Cameron, NABC First Team Jeff Boinski, NABC First Team Jeff Boinski, NABC First Team Jeff Boinski, NABC Second Team

Region Coach of the Year 2002-03 Kevin Luke, NABC 2001-02 Kevin Luke, NABC

Russ VanDuine (1975-76, 77-81) was Tech’s first Academic All-American. He was a second team selection in 1979-80 and a first team pick in 198081. VanDuine was also the school’s first GLIAC Player of the Year—one of only four Huskies ever to earn the award.

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Awards

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Ken Hamar Award (Most Valuable Player)

2008-09—Robbie Springborn 2007-08—Tim Strom 2006-07—Tim Strom 2005-06—Radayl Richardson 2004-05—Josh Buettner 2003-04—Josh Buettner 2002-03—Matt Cameron 2001-02—Matt Cameron 2000-01—Matt Cameron 1999-00—Jason Kreider 1998-99—Jeff Boinski 1997-98—Chad Bultynck 1996-97—Jeff Boinski 1995-96––Chad Bultynck 1994-95––Matt Trombley 1993-94––Travis Harris 1992-93––Pete Hoffman 1991-92—Pete Hoffman 1990-91—Gene Seets 1989-90—Pete Hoffman 1988-89—Jeff Johnston 1987-88—Rod Ruth 1986-87—Rod Ruth 1985-86—Jan Stage 1984-85—Wayne Helmila 1983-84—Todd Kleinow 1982-83—Todd Kleinow 1981-82—Geof Kotila 1980-81—Russ VanDuine 1979-80—Russ VanDuine

1978-79—Russ VanDuine 1977-78—Mike Trewhella 1976-77—Mike Ruecker 1975-76—Mike Ruecker 1974-75—Matt Scott 1973-74—Gary Lange 1972-73—Chuck Finkbeiner 1971-72—Larry Grimes 1970-71—Larry Grimes 1969-70—Larry Grimes 1968-69—Larry Grimes 1967-68—Ted Wittig 1966-67—Bob Bohse 1965-66—Frank Sahlman 1964-65—Larry Laurich 1963-64—Bill Massey 1962-63—Doug Scheuneman 1961-62—Dave Cvengros 1960-61—Carl Maki 1959-60—Pember Andresen 1958-59—Dave Creery 1957-58—Jack Keily 1956-57—Jack Keily 1955-56—Gary Lundin 1954-55—Herm Gierow 1953-54—Terry Thompson 1952-53—Gary Lundin 1951-52—Charles Hein 1950-51—Ken Seaton 1949-50—Rudy Kelto

Paul Koski Award (Scholastic Achievement)

2008-09—Sean Geary (3.16, Business Administration) 2007-08—Kevin Maloney (3.62, Mechanical Engineering) 2006-07—Kevin Maloney (3.54, Mechanical Engineering) 2005-06—Kelsey Fors (3.66, Mechanical Engineering) 2004-05—Kelsey Fors (3.77, Mechanical Engineering) 2003-04—Kelsey Fors (3.82, Mechanical Engineering) 2002-03—J.T. Luginski (3.91, Mechanical Engineering) 2001-02—J.T. Luginski (3.91, Mechanical Engineering) 2000-01—J.T. Luginski (3.94, Mechanical Engineering) 1999-00—J.T. Luginski (4.00, Mechanical Engineering) 1998-99—Jason Carter (3.83, Biological Sciences) 1997-98—Chad Bultynck (3.47, Mechanical Engineering) 1996-97—Chad Bultynck (3.54, Mechanical Engineering) 1995-96––Scott Kieser (3.65, Mathematics) 1994-95––Mike Kissman (3.52, Electrical Engineering) 1993-94––Brett Linton (3.64, Chemical Engineering) 1992-93––K.C. Leisenring (3.98, Electrical Engineering) 1991-92—K.C. Leisenring (3.99, Electrical Engineering) 1990-91—K.C. Leisenring (3.99, Electrical Engineering) 1989-90—K.C. Leisenring (4.00, Electrical Engineering) 1988-89—Andy Van Hoef (3.40, Electrical Engineering) 1987-88—Andy Van Hoef (3.48, Electrical Engineering) 1986-87—Andy Van Hoef (3.50, Electrical Engineering) 1985-86—Tom DeSantis (3.14, Electrical Engineering) 1984-85—Wayne Helmila (3.42, Civil Engineering) 1983-84—Wayne Helmila (3.53, Civil Engineering) 1982-83—Todd Kleinow (3.62, Civil Engineering) 1981-82—Tony Saliga (3.79, Electrical Engineering) 1980-81—Russ VanDuine (3.85, Electrical Engineering) 1979-80—Russ VanDuine (3.77, Electrical Engineering) 1978-79—Russ VanDuine (3.82, Electrical Engineering) 1977-78—Russ VanDuine (3.88, Electrical Engineering)

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Bill Gappy Award (Most Impoved Player)

2008-09—Fredrick Bowe 2007-08—Sean Geary 2006-07—Tim Strom 2005-06—Fedrick Bowe 2004-05—Radayl Richardson 2003-04—Jeff McHenry 2002-03—Josh Buettner 2001-02—Jeff McHenry 2000-01—Jeremy Resmer 1999-00—Omari Ruffin 1998-99—Greg Eckman 1997-98—Steve Mattson 1996-97—Brian Dukes 1995-96––Scott Kieser 1994-95––Mark Wittbrodt 1993-94––Nick Joseph 1992-93––John Barnes 1991-92—Brandon Asher 1990-91—K.C. Leisenring

1989-90—Paul Turino 1988-89—Gene Seets 1987-88—Ron Harper 1986-87—Rod Ruth 1985-86—Steve Hansen 1984-85—Filmore Walker 1983-84—Jack Carrel 1982-83—Wayne Helmila 1981-82—Todd Kleinow 1980-81—Chris Gutkowski, Geof Kotila 1979-80—Greg Adkins, Rob Flaska 1978-79—Kevin Luke 1977-78—Russ VanDuine 1976-77—Steve Anderson 1975-76—Alan Koskey 1974-75—Steve Peterson 1973-74—John Guyette 1972-73—Chuck Finkbeiner

Bob Olson Award (Outstanding Newcomer)

2008-09—Mike Hojnacki 2007-08—Don Fowler 2006-07—Chris Baugh 2005-06—Robby Springborn 2004-05—Tim Strom 2003-04—Radayl Richardson 2002-03—Kelsey Fors 2001-02—Jason Marcotte 2000-01—Jason Maes 1999-00—Matt Cameron 1998-99—Omari Ruffin 1997-98—No award given 1996-97—Jason Kreider 1995-96––Jeff Boinski 1994-95––Chad Bultynck 1993-94––Mike Kissman 1992-93––Travis Harris 1991-92—Ed Whitaker

1990-91—Brandon Asher 1989-90—Leon McGee 1988-89—Pete Hoffman 1987-88—Jason Willman 1986-87—Dan Kosnik 1985-86—Kent Clark 1984-85—Mark Jenner 1983-84—Joe Sell 1982-83—Dave Besonen 1981-82—Wayne Helmila 1980-81—Tony Saliga 1979-80—Chris Gutkowski 1978-79—Geof Kotila 1977-78—Kevin Luke 1976-77—Mike Susko 1975-76—John Gajor 1974-75—Mike Trewhella 1973-74—Mike Ruecker

Harold Meese Award (Sportsmanship)

2008-09—Sean Geary 2007-08—Kyle Pullen 2006-07—Kyle Pullen 2005-06—Bob Evans 2004-05—Bob Evans 2003-04—Jason Maes 2002-03—Jeremy Resmer 2001-02—Omari Ruffin 2000-01—Justin Dahlager 1999-00—Greg Eckman 1998-99—Brian Dukes 1997-98—Adam Osypowski

1996-97—Josh Suardini 1995-96—Adam Osypowski 1994-95—John Barnes 1993-94—Scott Kieser 1992-93—Nick Joseph 1991-92—Todd Fewins 1990-91—Todd Fewins 1989-90—Rich Ahonen 1988-89—Rich Ahonen 1987-88—Jeff Johnston 1986-87—Mike Gallagher 1985-86—Dave Besonen


All-Time League Honors All-GLIAC Honors 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1989-90 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1981-82 1980-81

Fredrick Bowe, Second Team Robby Springborn, Second Team Tim Stron, First Team Robby Springborn, Second Team Radayl Richardson, First Team Tim Strom, Second Team Radayl Richardson, First Team Josh Buettner, First Team Jason Marcotte, First Team Josh Buettner, First Team Jason Marcotte, First Team Matt Cameron, First Team J.T. Luginski, First Team Josh Buettner, Second Team Jason Marcotte, Second Team Matt Cameron, First Team J.T. Luginski, Second Team Matt Cameron, First Team J.T. Luginski, First Team Matt Cameron, First Team Jason Kreider, First Team Jeff Boinski, First Team Jeff Boinski, First Team Chad Bultynck, Second Team Jeff Boinski, First Team Chad Bultynck, Second Team Mike Kissman, Honorable Mention Matt Trombley, First Team Mike Kissman, Honorable Mention Travis Harris, Second Team Pete Hoffman, Second Team Pete Hoffman, First Team Pete Hoffman, Second Team Leon McGee, Honorable Mention Rod Ruth, First Team Rod Ruth, First Team Steve Hansen, Honorable Mention Steve Hansen, Honorable Mention Jan Stage, Honorable Mention Wayne Helmila, Honorable Mention Geof Kotila, First Team Russ VanDuine, First Team

GLIAC All-Defensive Team 2008-09 2007-08 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95

Brandon Ball, Sean Geary Sean Geary Radayl Richardson Jason Marcotte, Radayl Richardson Jason Marcotte, Jeff McHenry Keith Fogle, Jeremy Resmer Keith Fogle, Omari Ruffin Keith Fogle, Omari Ruffin Chad Bultynck Dan Waterman Scott Kieser John Barnes

2008-09 2007-08 2006-07

Fredrick Bowe, Sean Geary Kris Alpers, Sean Geary, Kevin Maloney, Tim Strom Chris Baugh, Sean Geary, Kevin Maloney, Ed Ross, Tim Strom Joe DeMartin, Bob Evans, Kelsey Fors, Craig Genung, Kevin Maloney, Tim Strom Josh Buettner, Bob Evans, Kelsey Fors Josh Buettner, Bob Evans, Kelsey Fors, Jason Maes, Jason Marcotte, Jeff McHenry, Ed Ross Josh Buettner, Matt Cameron, Keith Fogle, Caleb Lamz, J.T. Luginski, Jason Marcotte, Jeff Mchenry, Jeremy Resmer Matt Cameron, Justin Dahlager, Keith Fogle, Caleb Lamz, J.T. Luginski, Jeremy Resmer, Omari Ruffin Matt Cameron, Justin Dahlager, Keith Fogle, Matt Frantti, Caleb Lamz, J.T. Luginski, Chris Moore, Jeremy Resmer, Omari Ruffin

GLIAC All-Academic Team

2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03

2001-02 2000-01

All-NIC Honors 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68 1966-67 1964-65 1963-64

Russ VanDuine, First Team Mike Susko, Second Team Russ VanDuine, Second Team Mike Trewhella, Second Team Mike Ruecker, Second Team Mike Ruecker, First Team Mike Trewhella, Second Team Gary Lange, Second Team Chuck Finkbeiner, First Team Rich Brown, First Team Larry Grimes, First Team Larry Grimes, First Team Larry Grimes, First Team Larry Grimes, Second Team Ted Wittig, First Team Ted Wittig, Second Team Craig Farrell, Second Team Larry Laurich, First Team Sandy Johnson, Second Team Bill Massey, Second Team

1971-72

Larry Grimes

NIC Most Valuable Player NIC Scoring Champion 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69

Larry Grimes Larry Grimes Larry Grimes Larry Grimes

All-NSCC Honors 1962-63 1961-62 1959-60 1958-59

Doug Scheuneman, First Team Bill Massey, Second Team Dave Cvengros, First Team Sandy Johnson, Honorable Mention Dave Cvengros, Second Team Pember Andresen, Second Team

NSCC Scoring Champion 1962-63

Doug Scheuneman

GLIAC Player of the Year 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 1994-95 1980-81

Josh Buettner Josh Buettner Matt Cameron Matt Cameron Matt Trombley Russ VanDuine

2001-02 1999-00 1995-96

Jason Marcotte Matt Cameron Jeff Boinski

2003-04 2001-02 1997-98 1994-95

Kevin Luke Kevin Luke Kevin Luke Kevin Luke

2003-04 1994-95 1986-87

Josh Buettner Matt Trombley Rod Ruth

GLIAC Freshman of the Year GLIAC Coach of the Year

GLIAC Scoring Champion

Matt Trombley (1991-95) is one of four Michigan Tech men’s basketball players to earn GLIAC Player of the Year honors. The St. Clair Shores, Mich., native scored 1,327 career points. He had 665 of those—the third-most in a season—during his senior campaign.

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GLIAC

2009-10 Men’s Basketball

Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 2008-09 Standings

  The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference was founded in June

of 1972 with charter members Grand Valley State University, Lake Superior State University, Northwood University, and Saginaw Valley State University. Michigan Technological University joined the league in 1980. The other seven members of the 12-team league are Ashland, Ferris State, Findlay, Hillsdale, Northern Michigan, Tiffin and Wayne State.   Overall, the GLIAC conducts championships in 20 sports, 10 for men and 10 for women. Men’s championship sports are baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor track, and outdoor track. Women’s championship sports include basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor track, outdoor track, and volleyball.   All 12 member institutions participate in men’s basketball, and the GLIAC has crowned 58 conference champions since 1972-73, including 31 different divisional title winners since 1996. Ferris State and Grand Valley State lead with the most conference titles with 11 and 10 respectively.   Eight teams qualify for the GLIAC Championship Tournament, with the top three teams from each division earning the trip, as well as the next two teams with the highest winning percentage. The winner of the tournament receives an automatic bid into the NCAA II Championships.

Championship Teams Regular Season/Divisional 2008-09 Lake Superior State (North) Findlay (South) 2007-08 Grand Valley State (North) Gannon (South) 2006-07 Grand Valley State (North) Findlay (South) 2005-06 Grand Valley State (North) Findlay (South) 2004-05 Ferris State (North) Findlay (South) 2003-04 Ferris State (North) Findlay (South) 2002-03 Michigan Tech (North) Findlay (South) 2001-02 Michigan Tech (North) Findlay / Gannon (South) 2000-01 Michigan Tech / Grand Valley State (North) Gannon / Hillsdale (South) 1999-00 Northern Michigan (North) Gannon (South) 1998-99 Northern Michigan / Northwood (North) Wayne State (South) 1997-98 Michigan Tech (North)/ Northwood (North) Findlay (South) 1996-97 Grand Valley State (North) Oakland (South) 1995-96 Lake Superior State / Oakland 1994-95 Ferris State 1993-94 Wayne State 1992-93 Northern Michigan 1991-92 Wayne State 1990-91 Grand Valley State 1989-90 Ferris State 1988-89 Ferris State

1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73

Ferris State Ferris State / Wayne State Wayne State Saginaw Valley State Wayne State Ferris State / Saginaw Valley State Ferris State Hillsdale Saginaw Valley State Grand Valley State Lake Superior State Grand Valley State Grand Valley State / Lake Superior State / Northern Michigan Grand Valley State Ferris State Ferris State

2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91

Tournament Grand Valley State Findlay Grand Valley State Findlay Findlay Michigan Tech Michigan Tech Grand Valley State Northern Michigan Wayne State Ferris State Grand Valley State Lake Superior State Hillsdale Wayne State Wayne State Grand Valley State Grand Valley State

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GLIAC Overall NORTH DIVISION W L Pct W L Pct Lake Superior St. # Grand Valley St. Ferris St. Michigan Tech Saginaw Valley Northern Mich.

17 14 12 10 9 6

5 8 10 12 13 16

.773 .636 .545 .454 .409 .273

22 21 14 14 9 11

9 10 14 15 17 16

.710 .677 .500 .483 .346 .407

GLIAC Overall SOUTH DIVISION W L Pct W L Pct Findlay * # Hillsdale Wayne St. (Mich.) Northwood (Mich.) Ashland Tiffin

22 14 10 9 8 1

0 8 12 13 14 21

1.000 .636 .454 .409 .364 .048

36 16 12 13 10 2

0 11 15 15 16 26

1.000 .593 .444 .464 .625 .071

*–2008-09 GLIAC Champion (GLIAC Tournament champion) #–2008-09 GLIAC Division Champion

2008-09 All GLIAC Teams

GLIAC North Division All-Conference First Team

Name Justin Keenan Ryan Kuhl Pete Trammell Tim Vanoudheusden Dante Williams

School Ferris State Lake Superior State Grand Valley State Lake Superior State Saginaw Valley State

Year So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Pos F/C F/C G G G

GLIAC North Division All-Conference Second Team

Name Fedrick Bowe Darien Gay Justin Ringler Robby Springborn Avery Stephenson

School Michigan Tech Ferris State Grand Valley State Michigan Tech Saginaw Valley State

Year Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr.

GLIAC North Division All-Defensive Team

Name Brandon Ball Sean Geary Justin Ringler Pete Trammell Chris Warner

School Michigan Tech Michigan Tech Grand Valley State Grand Valley State Northern Michigan

Year Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

Pos F G G/F G G Pos G G G/F G G


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Opponents

2009-10 Men’s Basketball

Opponent Information Opponent

Location

Head Coach

Basketball Facility

Press Box Phone Media Contact/ Phone

Minnesota Duluth

Duluth, Minn.

Gary Holquist

Romano Gym (2,759)

218-726-8191

Bob Nygaard/ 278-726-8191

Minnesota State Moorhead

Moorhead, Minn.

Stu Engen

Nemzeck Fieldhouse (4,000)

218-284-0410

NaDean Schroeder/ 218-477-2113

St. Cloud State

St. Cloud, Minn.

Kevin Schlagel

Halenbeck Hall (6,400)

320-308-2141

Anne Abicht/ 320-308-2141

Southern Indiana

Evansville, Ind.

Rodney Watson

Physical Activities Ctr/3,300

812-465-1622

Ray Simmons/ 812-465-1622

Bellermine

Louisville, Kent.

Scott Davenport

Knights Hall (2,800)

502-905-0922

John Spugnardi/ 502-452-8078

Wayne State

Detroit, Mich.

David Greer

Matthaei Building (2,000)

313-577-9598

Jeff Weiss/ 313-577-7542

Northwood

Midland Mich.

Bob Taylor

Bennet Sports Center (1,500)

989-205-5479

Travis McCurdy/ 989-837-4239

Northern Michigan

Marquette, Mich.

Dean Ellis

Berry Events Center (4,700)

906-227-1720

David Fiaella/ 906-227-1013

Ashland

Ashland, Ohio

Roger Lyons

Kates Gymnasium (3,000)

419-289-5442

Al King/ 419-289-5442

Tiffin

Tiffin, Ohio

Rodney Martin

Old Fort Bank Court

419-448-3288

Shane O’Donnell/ 419-443-5007

Hillsdale

Hillsdale, Mich.

John Tharp

Jesse Phillips Arena (2,500)

517-607-2220

Brad Monastiere/ 517-607-3172

Findlay

Findlay, Ohio

Ron Niekamp

Croy Gym (2,200)

419-721-9239

David Buck/ 419-434-4727

Saginaw Valley State

University Center, Mich.

Frankie Smith

James O’Neill Arena (4,028)

989-964-2771

Matthew Woodbury/ 989-790-4053

Lake Superior State

Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.

Steve Hettinga

James Norris Gym (2,800)

906-322-3404

Linda Bouvet/ 906-635-2601

Grand Valley State

Allendale, Mich.

Ric Wesley

GVSU Fieldhouse (4,100)

616-331-3307

Tim Nott/ 616-331-3275

Ferris State

Big Rapids, Mich.

Bill Sall

Jim Wink Arena (2,400)

231-591-3572

Joe Gorby/ 231-591-2336

Composite GLIAC Schedule Preseason Games October 29 Ferris State vs. Aquinas (Mich.) 7 p.m. Sunday, November 1 Northwood at Michigan State 4 p.m. Tuesday, November 3 Findlay at Duke (N.C.) 7 p.m. Ferris State at Dayton (Ohio) TBD Friday, November 6 Lake Superior State vs. Philadelphia 4:45 p.m. Wayne State at University of Michigan 7 p.m. Saturday, November 7 Findlay at Utah 2 p.m. Lake Superior State vs. St. Leo (Fla.) 7p.m. Sunday, November 8 Saginaw Valley State at Miami (Ohio) 3 p.m. Lake Superior State vs. SW Baptist (Mo.) 7 p.m. Monday, November 9 Grand Valley State at Michigan State 7 p.m. Saturday, November 14 Wayne State at Bowling Green (Ohio) 1 p.m. Northern Michigan at University of Michigan TBD

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Regular Season Games Sunday, November 15 Adrian (Mich.) at Saginaw Valley State 3 p.m. Northern Kentucky at Grand Valley State 3 p.m. Ferris State at Lewis (Ill.) 3 p.m. Michigan Tech at Minnesota-Duluth 4 p.m. Hillsdale at West Virginia State 7:30 p.m. Monday, November 16 Hillsdale vs. Bellarmine (Ky.) 5 p.m. Ohio Dominican at Ashland 7:30 p.m. Ferris State at Central Michigan TBA Tuesday, November 17 Wayne State at Central State (Ohio) 7 p.m. West Liberty State (W.Va.) at Tiffin 7:30 p.m. Concordia (Mich.) at Findlay 7:30 p.m.

Saturday, November 21 Hillsdale at UW-Milwaukee 1 p.m. Bellarmine (Ky.) at Wayne State 3 p.m. Aquinas (Mich.) at Lake Superior State 3 p.m. Ferris State at St. Joseph’s (Ind.) 3 p.m. Northwood at University of UM-Dearborn 3 p.m. Cornerstone (Mich.) at Grand Valley State 7 p.m. Findlay at Indianapolis (Ind.) 7:30 p.m. Ashland at Mount Vernon Nazarene (Ohio) 7:30 p.m. Michigan Tech at St. Cloud State (Minn.) 9 p.m. Monday, November 23 Olivet (Mich.) at Saginaw Valley State 7 p.m. Tiffin at Southern Indiana 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday, November 18 Rochester (Mich.) at Saginaw Valley State 7 p.m. Marygrove (Mich.) at Northwood 7 p.m. Northern Michigan at UW-Green Bay 8 p.m.

Tuesday, November 24 Marygrove (Mich.) at Wayne State 7 p.m. Northland (Wis.) at Northern Michigan 7:30 p.m. Lake Erie (Ohio) at Findlay 7:30 p.m. Hillsdale at Lewis (Ill.) 7:30 p.m. Grand Valley State at St. Joseph’s (Ind.) 8:30 p.m.

Thursday, November 19 Malone (Ohio) at Findlay 7:30 p.m.

Friday, November 27 Michigan Tech at Southern Indiana TBA

Friday, November 20 Michigan Tech vs Minn. State Moorhead 7 p.m.

Saturday, November 28 Cincinnati-Clermont (Ohio) at Tiffin 3 p.m. Urbana (Ohio) at Ashland 7:30 p.m. Michigan Tech vs. Bellarmine (Ky.) TBD


Sunday, November 29 Rochester (Mich.) at Northwood TBD Monday, November 30 Urbana (Ohio) at Saginaw Valley State 7 p.m. Finlandia (Mich.) at Northern Michigan 7:30 p.m. Grand Valley State at Ferris State* 8 p.m.

Saturday, January 2 Northwood at Wayne State* 3 p.m. Tiffin at Ashland* 3 p.m. Northern Michigan at Michigan Tech* 3 p.m. Hillsdale at Findlay* 3 p.m. Lake Superior State at Saginaw Valley State* 7 p.m. Grand Valley State at Lake Erie (Ohio) 7 p.m.

Thursday, February 4 Tiffin at Michigan Tech* 7:30 p.m. Ashland at Northern Michigan* 7:30 p.m. Northwood at Lake Superior State* 7:30 p.m. Wayne State at Saginaw Valley State* 8 p.m. Hillsdale at Ferris State* 8 p.m. Findlay at Grand Valley State* 8 p.m.

Thursday, December 3 Wayne State at Michigan Tech* 7:30 p.m. Northwood at Northern Michigan* 7:30 p.m. Hillsdale at Lake Superior State* 7:30 p.m. Tiffin at Grand Valley State* 8 p.m. Findlay at Saginaw Valley State* 8 p.m. Ashland at Ferris State* 8 p.m.

Thursday, January 7 Wayne State at Findlay* 7:30 p.m. Michigan Tech at Ashland* 7:30 p.m. Northwood at Hillsdale* 8 p.m. Northern Michigan at Tiffin* 8 p.m. Lake Superior State at Ferris State* 8 p.m. Saginaw Valley State at Grand Valley State* 8 p.m.

Saturday, February 6 Findlay at Ferris State* 2 p.m. Wayne State at Lake Superior State* 3 p.m. Tiffin at Northern Michigan* 3 p.m. Ashland at Michigan Tech* 3 p.m. Northwood at Saginaw Valley State* 7 p.m. Hillsdale at Grand Valley State* 8 p.m.

Saturday, December 5 Wayne State at Northern Michigan* 1 p.m. Tiffin at Ferris State* 2 p.m. Northwood at Michigan Tech* 3 p.m. Findlay at Lake Superior State* 3 p.m. Ashland at Grand Valley State* 3 p.m. Hillsdale at Saginaw Valley State* 7 p.m.

Saturday, January 9 Wayne State at Hillsdale* 3 p.m. Michigan Tech at Tiffin* 3 p.m. Northern Michigan at Ashland* 3 p.m. Northwood at Findlay* 3 p.m. Lake Superior State at Grand Valley State* 3 p.m. Saginaw Valley State at Ferris State* 5 p.m.

Tuesday, December 8 Tiffin at Central State (Ohio) 7 p.m. Northland Baptist (Wis.) at Lake Superior St. 7 p.m.

Monday, January 11 Tiffin at Saginaw Valley State* 8 p.m. Ferris State at Grand Valley State* 8 p.m.

Thursday, February 11 Hillsdale at Wayne State* 7:30 p.m. Saginaw Valley State at Ashland* 7:30 p.m. Grand Valley State at Northern Michigan* 7:30 p.m. Ferris State at Michigan Tech* 7:30 p.m. Findlay at Northwood* 8 p.m. Lake Superior State at Tiffin* 8 p.m.

Wednesday, December 9 Wayne State at Northwood* 8 p.m. Thursday, December 10 Ferris State at Findlay* 7:30 p.m. Saturday, December 12 Ashland at Tiffin* 3 p.m. Ferris State at Hillsdale* 3 p.m. Saginaw Valley State at Lake Superior State* 3 p.m. Michigan Tech at Northern Michigan* 7:30 p.m. Grand Valley State at Findlay* 7:30 p.m. Wayne State at Lewis (Ill.) 7 p.m. Monday, December 14 Kalamazoo (Mich.) at Northwood 7 p.m. Thursday, December 17 Northern Michigan at Wayne State* 7:30 p.m. Ashland at Lake Superior State* 7:30 p.m. Michigan Tech at Northwood* 8 p.m. Findlay at Hillsdale* 8 p.m. Saturday, December 19 Michigan Tech at Wayne State* 3 p.m. Tiffin at Lake Superior State* 3 p.m. Northern Michigan at Northwood* 3 p.m. Grand Valley State at Hillsdale* 7 p.m. Ashland at Saginaw Valley State* 7 p.m. Tuesday, December 22 Olivet (Mich.) at Grand Valley State 7 p.m. Saginaw Valley State at Indianapolis (Ind.) 7:30 p.m. Monday, December 28 Ashland hosts Holiday Inn Express Classic 6 p.m. Toronto at Findlay 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, December 29 Ferris State vs. Taylor (Ind.) 6 p.m. Tiffin at Kentucky Wesleyan 7 p.m. Albion (Mich.) at Lake Superior State 7:30 p.m. Bemidji State (Minn.) at Northern Mich. 7:30 p.m. Ashland hosts Holiday Inn Express Classic 8 p.m. Wednesday, December 30 Ferris State at Porreco Cup Tourney 6 p.m. Northwood at Eastern Michigan 7 p.m.

Thursday, January 14 Saginaw Valley State at Wayne State* 7:30 p.m. Findlay at Northern Michigan* 7:30 p.m. Hillsdale at Michigan Tech* 7:30 p.m. Grand Valley State at Ashland* 7:30 p.m. Ferris State at Tiffin* 8 p.m. Lake Superior State at Northwood* 8 p.m. Saturday, January 16 Hillsdale at Northern Michigan* 1 p.m. Findlay at Michigan Tech* 2 p.m. Lake Superior State at Wayne State* 3 p.m. Grand Valley State at Tiffin* 3 p.m. Ferris State at Ashland* 3 p.m. Saginaw Valley State at Northwood* 6 p.m. Thursday, January 21 Ferris State at Wayne State* 7:30 p.m. Tiffin at Findlay* 7:30 p.m. Northern Michigan at Lake Superior St.* 7:30 p.m. Michigan Tech at at Saginaw Valley State* 8 p.m. Ashland at Hillsdale* 8 p.m. Grand Valley State at Northwood* 8 p.m. Saturday, January, 23 Grand Valley State at Wayne State* 3 p.m. Tiffin at Hillsdale* 3 p.m. Northern Michigan at Saginaw Valley State* 3 p.m. Michigan Tech at Lake Superior State* 3 p.m. Ashland at Findlay* 3 p.m. Ferris State at Northwood* 8 p.m. Thursday, January 28 Northwood at Ashland* 7:30 p.m. Lake Superior State at Findlay* 7:30 p.m. Wayne State at Tiffin* 8 p.m. Saginaw Valley State at Hillsdale* 8 p.m. Northern Michigan at Ferris State* 8 p.m. Michigan Tech at Grand Valley State* 8 p.m. Saturday, January 30 Wayne State at Ashland* 3 p.m. Northwood at Tiffin* 3 p.m. Saginaw Valley State at Findlay* 3 p.m. Northern Michigan at Grand Valley State* 3 p.m. Michigan Tech at Ferris State* 3 p.m. Lake Superior State at Hillsdale* 3 p.m.

Saturday, February 13 Ferris State at Northern Michigan* 1 p.m. Findlay at Wayne State* 3 p.m. Saginaw Valley State at Tiffin* 3 p.m. Grand Valley State at Michigan Tech* 3 p.m. Northwood at Hillsdale* 3 p.m. Lake Superior State at Ashland* 3 p.m. Thursday, February 18 Ashland at Wayne State* 7:30 p.m. Michigan Tech at Findlay* 7:30 p.m. Grand Valley State at Lake Superior St.* 7:30 p.m. Northern Michigan at Hillsdale* 8 p.m. Northwood at Tiffin* 8 p.m. Ferris State at Saginaw Valley State* 8 p.m. Saturday, February 20 Ashland at Northwood* 3 p.m. Tiffin at Wayne State* 3 p.m. Northern Michigan at Findlay* 3 p.m. Michigan Tech at Hillsdale 3 p.m. Ferris State at Lake Superior State* 3 p.m. Grand Valley State at Saginaw Valley State* 7 p.m. Thurday, February 25 Saginaw Valley St. at Northern Michigan* 7:30 p.m. Lake Superior State at Michigan Tech* 7:30 p.m. Findlay at Ashland* 7:30 p.m. Wayne State at Grand Valley State* 8 p.m. Hillsdale at Tiffin* 8 p.m. Northwood at Ferris State* 8 p.m. Saturday, February 27 Lake Superior State at Northern Michigan* 1 p.m. Wayne State at Ferris State* 3 p.m. Findlay at Tiffin* 3 p.m. Saginaw Valley State at Michigan Tech* 3 p.m. Hillsdale at Ashland* 3 p.m. Northwood at Grand Valley State* 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 2 GLIAC Tournament Quarterfinals (Campus Sites) Friday, March 5 GLIAC Tournament Semifinals (Campus Sites) Saturday, March 6 GLIAC Tournament Final (Campus Sites)

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SDC Gym

2009-10 Men’s Basketball

The SDC Gymnasium • Home of the Huskies   The Student Development Complex Gymnasium, which has been the home of Michigan Tech basketball since 1980, is one of the top basketball arenas in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, if not all of NCAA Division II.   The arena seats 3,200 fans. The floor was resurfaced in summer 2008 with new logos. A new Daktronics scoreboard was also installed prior to the 2008-09 season.   The facility was dedicated in September 1980, and has hosted 354 men’s basketball games including numerous NCAA Tournament and GLIAC Tournament contests. The Huskies own a winning percentage of .661 in the SDC Gym.

Top Gymnasium Top10 10Crowds CrowdsatatSDC Sherman Field Attendance

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 *sellout

3,612 3,570 3,100 2,548 2,431 2,380 2,361 2,244 2,221 2,213

Opponent

Date

W/L

Score

Southern Indiana* Indianapolis* Northern Michigan Findlay Minnesota Duluth Ferris State Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Lake Superior State

March 15, 2003 March 14, 2003 December 4, 1980 March 8, 2003 December 29, 1997 February 22, 2003 March 7, 2003 January 27, 2003 December 1, 2004 January 18, 1997

L W W W W W W W W L

71-74 90-75 66-57 68-66 75-69 81-53 68-59 70-63 55-54 79-84

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SDC Gymnasium Records Individual Single Game Most Points: 41, Travis Harris vs. Oakland, 2/26/1994 Most Points (Opponent): 45, Danny Lewis, Wayne State, 2/20/1993 Most Rebounds: 26, Russ VanDuine vs. Northwood, 2/7/1981 Most Rebounds (Opponent): 17, Eric Posey, Northern Michigan, 12/4/1980 Field Goals Made: 16, Josh Buettner vs. Ashland, 1/3/2005 and vs. Saginaw Valley State, 2/6/2003; Matt Trombley vs. Hillsdale, 12/8/1993 Field Goals Made (Opponent): 16, Eric Taylor, Oakland, 2/22/1990 3-Pt. Field Goals Made: 9, Paul Turino vs. Northwood, 2/4/1993 3-Pt. Field Goals Made (Opponent): 13, Danny Lewis, Wayne State, 2/20/1993 Free Throws Made: 18, Pete Hoffman vs. Wayne State, 2/29/1992 Free Throws Made (Opponent): 20, Tim Emmerich, St. Norbert, 1/24/1983 Free Throws Attempted: 20, Josh Buettner vs. Saginaw Valley State, 1/27/05 Free Throws Attempted (Opponent): 24, Tim Emmerich, St. Norbert, 1/24/1983 Assists: 13, Jeff Johnston vs. Oakland, 1/28/1988; Jeff Johnston vs. Northwood, 2/4/1987 Assists (Opponent): 14, Jason Devine, Grand Valley State, 2/15/1992; Brian Gregory, Oakland, 1/28/1988 Blocked Shots: 6, Rod Ruth vs. Northwood, 12/12/1986 Blocked Shots (Opponent): 8, Ricky Volcy, Norhern Michigan, 2/24/07

Michigan Tech At The SDC Gym

Season Games Record Pct Att 1980-81 12 10-2 .833 7,672 1981-82 8 7-1 .875 5,944 1982-83 12 7-5 .583 7,176 1983-84 12 7-5 .583 6,086 1984-85 11 3-8 .273 5,020 1985-86 14 8-6 .571 8,354 1986-87 13 9-4 .692 7,770 1987-88 11 6-5 .545 6,712 1988-89 13 7-6 .538 8,527 1989-90 12 7-5 .538 10,477 1990-91 12 6-6 .500 10,338 1991-92 13 7-6 .538 11,689 1992-93 10 6-4 .600 9,594 1993-94 12 7-5 .583 8,418 1994-95 10 8-2 .800 8,881 1995-96 13 9-4 .692 11,599 1996-97 11 7-4 .636 10,413 1997-98 15 13-2 .867 16,446 1998-99 12 8-4 .667 14,246 1999-00 12 9-3 .750 13,505 2000-01 11 9-2 .818 11,113 2001-02 13 12-1 .833 14,415 2002-03 16 14-2 .875 31,213 2003-04 12 9-3 .750 18,478 2004-05 12 10-2 .833 22,011 2005-06 12 9-3 .750 15,609 2006-07 13 8-5 .615 11,653 2007-08 13 6-7 .462 12,615 2008-09 14 6-8 .428 11,307 Totals 354 234-120 .661 315,267

Avg Att 767 849 598 507 456 597 580 746 656 873 862 899 959 702 881 892 947 1,096 1,187 1,125 1,010 1,109 1,951 1,540 1,834 1,301 896 970 807 890

Team Single Game Most Points: 127 vs. Northwood, 2/4/1993 Most Points, Both Teams: 213 vs. Northwood, 2/4/1993 Most Points by Opponent: 106 by Northwood, 1/11/1986 Largest Margin of Victory: 55 vs. St. Scholastica, 1/8/2001 Largest Margin of Defeat: 32 vs. Northwood, 1/11/1986 Fewest Points: 34 vs. Northern Michigan, 2/24/2007 Fewest Points by Opponent: 42, by Grand Valley State, 2/20/2003 Most Points in Loss: 97 vs. Wayne State, 2/20/1993 Team Season Most Points: 1,237 (16 games), 2002-03 Best Points Per Game Average: 84.0 (10 games), 1992-93 Longest Winning Streak: 11 games (2/13/1997-1/31/1998)

Series Record At The SDC Gym Opponent........................................................................... W-L Alma (Mich.)......................................................................................... 1-0 Ashland (Ohio)...................................................................................... 5-2 Bemidji State (Minn.)............................................................................ 1-0 Carroll (Wis.)......................................................................................... 1-0 Ferris State (Mich.)........................................................................... 16-13 Findlay (Ohio)....................................................................................... 4-3 Finlandia (Mich.)................................................................................... 7-0 Gannon (Pa.)......................................................................................... 6-1 Grand Valley State (Mich.)............................................................... 14-14 Hillsdale (Mich.).................................................................................. 14-7 Indianapolis........................................................................................... 1-0 Lake Superior State (Mich.)............................................................... 21-7 Lewis (Ill.)............................................................................................... 1-0 Mercyhurst (Pa.)................................................................................... 8-0 Minnesota Duluth.............................................................................. 11-8 Minnesota Morris................................................................................. 1-1 Minnesota State Moorhead.................................................................. 1-0 Mount Senario (Wis.)........................................................................... 1-0 North Dakota State.............................................................................. 2-0 Northern Kentucky............................................................................... 1-0 Northern Michigan........................................................................... 17-16 Northland (Wis.)................................................................................. 16-0 Northland Baptist (Wis.)...................................................................... 1-0 Northwood (Mich.)............................................................................. 23-3 Oakland (Mich.).................................................................................. 6-11 Saginaw Valley State (Mich.)........................................................... 15-13 South Dakota State.............................................................................. 0-1 Southern Indiana................................................................................. 0-1 St. Joseph’s (Ind.)................................................................................... 1-0 St. Norbert (Wis.).................................................................................. 3-1 St. Scholastica (Minn.)......................................................................... 8-0 St. Cloud State (Minn.)......................................................................... 2-0 Tiffin (Ohio)........................................................................................... 1-0 Wayne State (Mich.)......................................................................... 10-11 Westminster (Pa.).................................................................................. 0-1 Wisconsin-Parkside.............................................................................. 3-0 Wisconsin-Stevens Point..................................................................... 1-1 Wisconsin-Superior.............................................................................. 5-1

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Career Most Games Played: 121, Keith Fogle, Caleb Lamz, J.T. Luginski, 1999-2003 Most Points: 2,360, Larry Grimes, 1968-72 Most Field Goals Attempted: 1,967, Larry Grimes, 1968-72 Most Field Goals Made: 897, Larry Grimes, 1968-72 Best Field Goal Percentage: .586 (694-1185), J.T. Luginski, 1999-2003 Most 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted: 782, Jason Marcotte, 2001-05 Most 3-pt. Field Goals Made: 335, Jason Marcotte, 2001-05 Best 3-pt. Field Goal Percentage: .488 (63-129), Jeff McHenry, 2000-04 Most Free Throws Attempted: 714, Larry Grimes, 1968-72 Most Free Throws Made: 566, Larry Grimes, 1968-72 Best Free Throw Percentage: .857, (186-217) Jason Marcotte, 2001-05 Most Rebounds: 795, Matt Cameron, 1999-2003 Highest Rebounding Average: 8.6, Jerry Muff, 1968-72 Most 10-Or-More Rebound Games: 25, Russ VanDuine, 1976-81 Most Personal Fouls: 337, J.T. Luginski, 1999-2003 Most Disqualifications: 22, Mike Ruecker, 1973-77 Most Assists: 597, Jeff Johnston, 1986-90 Most Blocked Shots: 162, J.T. Luginski, 1999-2003 Most Steals: 171, Chad Bultynck, 1995-98 Highest Scoring Average: 24.6, Larry Grimes, 1968-72 Most 30-Or-More Point Games: 30, Larry Grimes, 1968-72 Most 20-Or-More Point Games: 63, Larry Grimes, 1968-72

Records Single Game Most Points: 50, Larry Grimes vs. St. Cloud State, 1/29/1972 Most Field Goals Attempted: 29, Pete Hoffman vs. Daemen, 12/27/1991 Most Field Goals Made: 19, Larry Grimes vs. St. Cloud State, 1/29/1972; vs. Northland, 12/6/1971; vs. J.F. Kennedy, 12/17/1969 Best Field Goal Percentage: 1.000 (11-11), Josh Buettner vs. Grand Valley State, 2/7/04 Most 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted: 15, Jason Kreider vs. Ashland, 3/1/2000 Most 3-pt. Field Goals Made: 9, Paul Turino vs. Northwood, 2/4/1993 Best 3-pt. Field Goal Percentage: 1.000 (6-6), Aaron Buckoski at Gannon, 1/2/1998; Paul Turino vs. Northwood, 12/17/1992; Kurt Godlevske vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 12/9/1989 Most Free Throws Attempted: 20, Josh Buettner vs. Saginaw Valley State, 1/27/2005 Most Free Throws Made: 18, Pete Hoffman vs. Wayne State, 2/29/1992 Best Free Throw Percentage: 1.000 (12-12), Radayl Richardson vs Findlay 12/16/06; Matt Cameron vs Minnesota Duluth, 12/11/2002; Chris Gutkowski vs. Minnesota Morris, 1/25/1980 Most Rebounds: 26, Russ VanDuine vs. Northwood, 2/7/1981 Most Assists: 13, Jeff Johnston vs. Oakland, 2/22/1990, Jeff Johnston vs. Northwood, 2/4/1989; Filmore Walker vs. Northland, 11/26/1985 Most Blocked Shots: 10, Mike Susko vs. Moorhead State, 1/31/1980 Most Steals: 6, Sean Geary vs. Northern Michigan, 2/20/08; Chad Bultynck vs. Lake Superior State, 3/1/1996; Filmore Walker vs. Northland, 11/19/1983; Bill Whymer vs. St. Scholastica, 2/9/1981

Season Most Points: 675, Rod Ruth, 1987-88 Highest Scoring Average: 27.2, Larry Grimes, 1969-70 Most Field Goals Attempted: 557, Larry Grimes, 1969-70 Most Field Goals Made: 269, Rod Ruth, 1987-88 Best Field Goal Percentage: .629 (90-143), Willie Wesley, 1988-89 Most 3-pt. Field Goals Attempted: 242, Jason Marcotte, 2003-04 Most 3-pt. Field Goals Made: 103, Jason Marcotte, 2003-04 Best 3-pt. Field Goal Percentage: .565 (39-69), Aaron Buckoski, 1996-97 Most Free Throws Attempted: 198, Larry Grimes, 1971-72 Most Free Throws Made: 159, Larry Grimes, 1971-72 Most Consecutive Free Throws Made: 28, Chad Bultynck, 12/12/94 - 3/3/95 Best Free Throw Percentage: .938 (45-48), Chad Bultynck, 1994-95 Most Rebounds: 280, Rod Ruth, 1987-88 Highest Rebounding Average: 11.9, John Gajor, 1975-76 Most 10-Or-More Rebound Games: 13, Rod Ruth, 1987-88 Most Personal Fouls: 100, Rich Brown, 1971-72 Most Disqualifications: 10, Mike Ruecker, 1975-76 Most Assists: 183, Jeff Johnston, 1987-88 Most Blocked Shots: 51, J.T. Luginski, 2001-02 Most Steals: 58, Chad Bultynck, 1995-96 Most 30-Or-More Point Games: 9, Larry Grimes, 1970-71; Larry Grimes, 1969-70 Most 20-Or-More Point Games: 21, Rod Ruth, 1987-88

Matt Cameron (1999-2003) finished his career with a school-record 795 rebounds to go with 1,953 points. He was a two-time GLIAC Player of the Year and two-time All-American.

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Season Best Winning Percentage: .906 (29-3), 2002-03 Most Wins: 29 (29-3), 2002-03 Fewest Wins: 2 (2-20), 1964-65 Most Losses: 20 (2-20), 1964-65 Fewest Losses: 3 (29-3) 2002-03; (27-3), 2001-02 Most Home Wins: 14 (14-2), 2002-03 Most Road Wins: 15 (15-2), 2001-02 Most Home Losses: 9 (2-9), 1964-65 Most Road Losses: 13 (1-13), 1990-91, 1988-89; (4-13), 1969-70 Fewest Home Wins: 2 (2-9), 1964-65; (2-8), 1961-62 Fewest Road Wins: 0 (0-11), 1964-65 Fewest Home Losses: 1 (13-1), 1980-81; (12-1), 2001-02, 1979-80, 1977-78; (11-1), 1975-76; (10-1), 1962-63 Fewest Road Losses: 1, (11-1), 2002-03 Longest Winning Streak: 15, 2002-03 Longest Home Winning Streak: 21, 1979-81 Longest Road Winning Streak: 10, 2001-02 Longest Losing Streak: 15, 1964-65 Longest Home Losing Streak: 7, 1964-65 Longest Road Losing Streak: 13, 1990-91 Most Field Goals Attempted: 1,999, 1969-70 Fewest Field Goals Attempted: 1,288, 1981-82 Most Field Goals Made: 920, 2002-03 Fewest Field Goals Made: 509, 1960-61 Best Field Goal Percentage: .529 (920-1740), 2002-03 Worst Field Goal Percentage: .398 (619-1557), 1964-65 Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 671, 2003-04 Fewest 3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 158, 1982-83 Most 3-Point Field Goals Made: 283, 2003-04 Fewest 3-Point Field Goals Made: 56, 1982-83 Best 3-Point Field Goal Percentage: .458 (204-445), 1992-93 Worst 3-Point Field Goal Percentage: .328 (149-454), 2005-06 Most Free Throws Attempted: 732, 1970-71 Fewest Free Throws Attempted: 345, 1978-79 Most Free Throws Made: 535, 1971-72 Fewest Free Throws Made: 226, 1978-79 Best Free Throw Percentage: .772, (474-614), 2001-02 Worst Free Throw Percentage: .615 (300-488), 1979-80 Most Points: 2,540, 2002-03 Fewest Points: 1,298, 1960-61 Highest Scoring Average: 85.8, 1971-72 Lowest Scoring Average: 59.8, 2005-06 Most Points Allowed: 2,293, 1971-72 Fewest Points Allowed: 1,464, 1977-78 Highest Scoring Average Allowed: 91.7, 1971-72 Lowest Scoring Average Allowed: 59.4, 2005-06 Highest Scoring Margin: +13.3 (79.4-66.1), 2002-03 Lowest Scoring Margin: -13.4 (75.7-89.1), 1964-65 Most Rebounds: 1,331, 1970-71 Fewest Rebounds: 773, 1981-82 Highest Rebounding Average: 55.6, 1970-71 Lowest Rebounding Average: 30.0, 1989-90 Most Rebounds Allowed: 1,302, 1969-70 Fewest Rebounds Allowed: 753, 1981-82 Highest Rebounding Average Allowed: 54.4, 1964-65 Lowest Rebounding Average Allowed: 29.3, 2002-03 Highest Rebounding Margin: +8.0 (44.4-36.4), 1979-80 Lowest Rebounding Margin: -8.4 (45.9-54.3), 1967-68 Most Personal Fouls: 588, 1986-87 Fewest Personal Fouls: 373, 1958-59 Most Disqualifications: 30, 1968-69 Fewest Disqualifications: 2, 2002-03 Most Assists: 524, 2002-03 Fewest Assists: 155, 1969-70 Most Blocked Shots: 130, 2002-03 Fewest Blocked Shots: 25, 1982-83 Most Steals: 216, 1987-88 Fewest Steals: 117, 2006-07

Single Game Most Field Goals Attempted: 115, Northland, 2/18/1970 Fewest Field Goals Attempted: 34, Mt. Senario, 12/16/1989 Most Field Goals Made: 50, Northland, 11/26/1985 Fewest Field Goals Made: 11, Findlay 2/19/2009; Northern Michigan , 2/24/2007 Best Field Goal Percentage: .725 (37-55), Grand Valley State, 1/22/1998 Worst Field Goal Percentage: .208 (11-53), Northern Michigan, 2/24/2007 Most 3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 39, Gannon, 3/13/2004; Oakland, 2/9/1995 Fewest 3-Point Field Goals Attempted: 1, Northern Michigan, 12/7/1987; Lake Superior State, 1/31/1983 Most 3-Point Field Goals Made: 20, Oakland, 2/9/1995 Fewest 3-Point Field Goals Made: 0, Hillsdale 2/21/2009; Lake Superior State, 12/7/1987; Northland, 1/17/1983; Ferris State, 1/8/1983 Best 3-Point Field Goal Percentage: 1.000 (3-3), Northland, 12/1/1986 Worst 3-Point Field Goal Percentage: .000 (0-13), Hillsdale 2/21/2009; (0-7), Lake Superior State, 2/16/1991 Most Free Throws Attempted: 58, Northland, 12/1/1986 Fewest Free Throws Attempted: 0, Minnesota Duluth, 11/28/2003; Winona State, 11/23/2002 Most Free Throws Made: 36, Roosevelt, 12/28/1971 Fewest Free Throws Made: 0, Minnesota Duluth, 11/28/2003; Winona State, 11/23/2002 Best Free Throw Percentage: 1.000, (23-23) Northland, 11/29/1982; (8-8) vs. Northwood, 2/12/2005, Northern Michigan, 2/5/2002; (5-5) Findlay, 1/24/2004; (1-1) vs. Wisconsin-Parkside, 1/10/2006, (9-9) at Northern Michigan 2/27/2007, 2-2 at UW-Green Bay 12/29/07 Worst Free Throw Percentage: .167 (1-6), Wayne State, 2/13/1986; Lake Superior State, 12/10/1979 Most Rebounds: 59, Northwestern, 11/22/1986 Fewest Rebounds: 14, Minnesota Duluth, 1/7/1991 Most Personal Fouls: 33, Wayne State, 12/4/2008 Fewest Personal Fouls: 6, Northwood, 1/16/1982; Wayne State, 1/4/1980 Most Assists: 36, Northland, 11/30/1987, 11/26/1985 Fewest Assists: 2, Wayne State, 1/16/1986; Northland, 1/21/1985 Most Blocked Shots: 14, Moorhead State, 1/31/1980 Most Steals: 19, Moorhead State, 12/19/1998; Laurentian, 12/10/1983 Most Turnovers: 28, Minnesota Morris, 1/25/1980 Fewest Turnovers: 3, Northern Michigan, 1/26/1998; Oakland, 1/8/1981 Most Points: 127, Northwood, 2/4/1993 Fewest Points: 34, Northern Michigan, 2/24/2007 Most Points Allowed: 135, Northern Michigan, 2/14/1966 Fewest Points Allowed: 41, Saginaw Valley State, 12/10/2005; Brandon, 12/29/1976; Northland, 12/10/1959 Most Points, One Half: 69, Northwood, 2/4/1993 Fewest Points, One Half: 13, Grand Valley State, 2/28/2006 Most Points Allowed, One Half: 68, Northern Michigan, 2/14/1966 Fewest Points Allowed, One Half: 11, Northwood, 1/28/2006

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Records

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Rebounding

Scoring Year 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68 1966-67 1965-66 1964-65 1963-64 1962-63 1961-62 1960-61 1959-60 1958-59 1957-58 1956-57 1955-56 1954-55 1953-54 1952-53 1951-52 1950-51 1949-50 1948-49

Name Robby Springborn Robby Springborn Radayl Richardson Radayl Richardson Josh Buettner Josh Buettner J.T. Luginski Matt Cameron Matt Cameron Jason Kreider Jeff Boinski Jeff Boinski Jeff Boinski Jeff Boinski Matt Trombley Travis Harris Pete Hoffman Pete Hoffman Paul Turino Leon McGee Pete Hoffman Rod Ruth Rod Ruth Jan Stage Wayne Helmila Joe Sell Todd Kleinow Geof Kotila Russ VanDuine Russ VanDuine Russ VanDuine Mike Trewhella Mike Trewhella Mike Trewhella Matt Scott Gary Lange Gary Lange Larry Grimes Larry Grimes Larry Grimes Larry Grimes Ted Wittig Craig Farrell Frank Sahlman Sandy Johnson Bill Massey Doug Scheuneman Dave Cvengros Dave Cvengros Pember Andresen Dave Creery Dave Creery Pat Gallagher Ray Trewhella Herman Gierow Terry Thompson Gary Lundin Charles Hein Ken Seaton Bill Osterman Bill Osterman

GP 29 27 28 28 28 30 32 30 28 31 29 31 26 29 28 25 26 27 26 27 26 28 28 27 23 25 26 24 26 27 26 23 24 23 23 21 23 25 24 23 24 19 19 19 21 20 22 21 20 21 21 17 18 18 18 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

FGM 123 108 143 168 196 249 241 172 147 151 222 213 199 167 253 160 176 202 131 153 125 269 258 173 106 122 144 186 161 189 184 143 133 144 110 142 158 230 245 238 184 126 100 94 100 133 162 125 116 127 107 88 115 159 150 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

FTM 80 83 89 55 129 137 398 152 125 84 121 139 365 119 107 320 110 158 29 94 71 135 117 46 61 69 48 70 73 43 35 57 48 64 31 43 59 159 146 149 112 73 54 84 110 63 156 73 67 45 78 49 63 107 78 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

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Pts 384 345 437 444 547 668 582 533 455 480 565 565 505 454 665 484 531 634 352 400 382 675 633 392 273 313 336 442 395 421 403 345 314 352 251 327 375 619 636 625 480 325 254 272 310 329 428 323 299 299 292 225 293 425 378 209 237 175 234 189 142

Avg 13.2 12.8 15.6 15.9 19.5 22.3 18.2 17.8 16.3 15.5 19.5 18.2 19.4 15.7 23.8 19.4 20.4 23.5 13.5 14.8 14.7 24.1 22.6 14.5 11.9 12.5 12.9 18.4 15.2 15.6 15.5 15.0 13.1 15.3 10.9 15.6 16.3 24.6 26.5 27.2 20.0 17.1 13.6 14.3 14.9 16.5 19.5 15.4 14.9 14.2 13.9 13.2 16.3 23.6 21.0 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Year 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68 1966-67 1965-66 1964-65

Name Fedrick Bowe Fedrick Bowe Tim Strom Tim Strom Josh Buettner Josh Buettner Matt Cameron Matt Cameron Matt Cameron Matt Cameron Jeff Boinski Mike Kissman Jeff Boinski Mike Kissman Matt Trombley Travis Harris Travis Harris Brandon Asher Gene Seets Leon McGee Pete Hoffman Pete Hoffman Rod Ruth Steve Hansen Steve Hansen Steve Hansen Joe Sell Everett Hall Bill Whymer Russ VanDuine Mike Susko Mike Susko Mike Susko Steve Peterson John Gajor Steve Peterson Bob Marzean Bob Marzean Richard Brown Larry Grimes Jerry Muff Bill Artis Bob Bohse Bob Bohse Eric Paavilainen Larry Laurich

GP 29 25 28 28 28 30 32 30 28 29 29 31 26 29 28 25 24 27 26 27 25 26 28 28 25 24 25 26 24 26 27 26 23 24 22 24 24 23 25 24 24 24 19 19 19 22

Assists

Reb Avg 229 7.9 176 7.0 153 5.3 144 5.3 175 6.3 199 6.6 207 6.5 216 7.2 187 6.7 185 6.4 144 5.0 170 5.5 179 6.9 191 6.3 204 7.3 151 6.0 129 5.4 154 5.7 134 5.2 130 4.8 120 4.8 132 5.1 280 10.0 269 9.6 201 8.0 136 5.7 132 5.3 207 8.1 182 7.6 259 10.0 218 8.1 248 9.5 171 7.4 225 9.4 263 11.9 171 7.1 212 8.8 180 7.8 241 9.7 204 8.5 265 11.0 199 8.3 169 8.8 175 9.2 124 6.5 210 9.5

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

Name Sean Geary Sean Geary Tim Strom Jason Marcotte Jason Marcotte Jason Marcotte Jason Marcotte Keith Fogle Keith Fogle Steve Mattson Chad Bultynck Chad Bultynck Chad Bultynck John Barnes Aaron Satuber Ed Whitaker Ed Whitaker Mike Bjorne Jeff Johnston Jeff Johnston Jeff Johnston Jeff Johnston Filmore Walker Filmore Walker Filmore Walker Dave Besonen Bill Whymer Robert Flaska Robert Flaska Geof Kotila Mike Trewhella Scott Leu Allan Koskey Steve Salminen Gary Lange Gary Lange Gary Lange Larry Grimes Larry Grimes

GP Assists Avg 28 76 2.7 26 61 2.3 28 59 2.1 28 79 2.8 30 118 3.9 32 125 3.9 30 111 3.7 28 76 2.7 31 65 2.1 29 107 3.7 31 98 3.2 26 107 4.1 29 137 4.7 28 99 3.5 26 74 2.8 21 104 5.0 26 127 4.9 24 93 3.9 23 115 5.0 27 159 5.9 28 153 5.5 28 140 5.0 27 129 4.8 24 72 3.0 25 71 2.8 22 82 3.7 24 100 4.2 27 98 3.6 18 91 5.1 26 68 2.6 23 81 3.5 24 54 2.3 23 101 4.4 24 68 2.8 21 56 2.7 23 53 2.3 22 77 3.5 24 42 1.8 23 40 1.7

Steals Year 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94

Name GP Steals Avg Robby Springborn 29 35 1.2 Sean Geary 26 45 1.7 Robby Springborn 28 22 0.7 Radayl Richardson 28 34 1.2 Dusty Wabiszewski 28 25 0.9 Josh Buettner 30 38 1.3 Jason Marcotte 32 39 1.2 J.T. Luginski 30 30 1.0 Omari Ruffin 28 45 1.6 Jason Kreider 31 38 1.2 Aaron Buckoski 29 36 1.2 Steve Mattson 29 36 1.2 Chad Bultynck 31 48 1.5 Chad Bultynck 26 41 1.6 Chad Bultynck 29 58 2.0 Matt Trombley 28 53 1.9 Matt Trombley 13 24 1.8

1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79

Ed Whitaker Pete Hoffman Kurt Godlevske Leon McGee Jeff Johnston Kent Clark Rod Ruth Mike Wilson Filmore Walker Filmore Walker Not Available Todd Kleinow Chris Gutkowski Chris Gutkowski Robert Flaska Scott Leu Russ VanDuine

21 27 12 27 27 27 28 28 27 24

28 38 29 44 38 41 29 29 27 40

1.3 1.4 2.4 1.6 1.4 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.7

23 24 27 18 23 26

36 34 39 34 19 19

1.6 1.4 1.4 1.9 0.8 0.7


Field Goal Percentage (min 150 att) Year 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68

Name Fedrick Bowe Robby Springborn Tim Strom Radayl Richardson Josh Buettner Jeff McHenry Josh Buettner J.T. Luginski J.T. Luginski J.T. Luginski Jeff Boinski Jeff Boinski Jeff Boinski Jeff Boinski Mike Kissman Matt Trombley Paul Turino Brandon Asher Gene Seets Jason Willman Jason Willman Rod Ruth Rod Ruth Jan Stage Joe Sell Joe Sell Wayne Helmila Robert Flaska Russ VanDuine Russ VanDuine Russ VanDuine Russ VanDuine Steve Peterson John Gajor Mike Ruecker Bob Marzean Chuch Finkbeiner Larry Grimes Garey Johnson Allan Morrison Jerry Muff Bob Bohse

GP 29 27 28 28 28 29 32 30 28 31 29 31 26 29 28 13 26 26 26 27 26 28 28 27 24 25 24 20 26 18 26 23 24 22 24 24 23 25 24 26 24 19

FGM-FGA Pct 105-219 .479 108-265 .408 136-332 .410 168-349 .481 196-378 .519 117-209 .560 187-302 .619 170-285 .596 157-273 .575 126-229 .550 222-371 .598 213-374 .570 199-365 .545 167-298 .560 183-339 .540 113-208 .543 131-235 .558 129-234 .551 107-188 .569 114-194 .588 134-242 .554 269-508 .530 258-417 .619 173-327 .529 122-212 .575 86-163 .528 81-186 .435 78-157 .517 161-312 .516 136-255 .533 184-329 .559 97-181 .536 113-207 .545 120-233 .515 100-234 .427 114-216 .528 140-271 .517 230-480 .480 83-182 .456 146-327 .447 84-166 .506 86-189 .455

3-Point Goal Percentage (min 50 att) Year 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1982-83

Name Mike Hojnacki Kevin Maloney Robby Springborn Radayl Richardson Jason Marcotte Jeff McHenry Matt Cameron Matt Cameron Jeremy Resmer Matt Cameron Aaron Buckoski Brian Dukes Aaron Buckoski Chad Bultynck Chad Bultynck Travis Harris Paul Turino Paul Turino Paul Turino Kurt Godlevske Pete Hoffman Jeff Johnston Dan Kosnik Todd Kleinow

GP 27 26 28 28 28 29 32 30 28 29 29 31 26 29 28 25 26 27 26 25 26 28 26 23

3M-3A Pct 38-95 .400 31-84 .369 24-57 .421 53-128 .414 78-191 .408 49-98 .500 53-117 .453 37-73 .507 31-66 .470 41-97 .423 76-173 .439 50-94 .532 39-69 .565 54-117 .462 32-82 .390 48-106 .453 57-112 .509 82-166 .494 61-144 .424 43-86 .500 61-146 .418 36-80 .450 53-139 .381 22-61 .361

Free Throw Percentage (min 50 att) Year 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68 1966-67 1965-66 1964-65 1963-64 1962-63 1961-62 1960-61 1959-60 1958-59 1957-58 1956-57 1955-56 1954-55

Name Robby Springborn Robby Springborn Radayl Richardson Radayl Richardson Josh Buettner Jason Marcotte Matt Cameron Jason Marcotte Omari Ruffin Jason Kreider Steve Mattson Jason Kreider Dan Waterman Chad Bultynck Mike Kissman John Barnes Pete Hoffman Pete Hoffman Todd Fewins Leon McGee Willie Wesley Jeff Johnston Rod Ruth Jan Stage Wayne Helmila Wayne Helmila Dave Besonen Geof Kotila Russ VanDuine Chris Gutkowski Mike Susko Mike Trewhella Mike Trewhella Mike Trewhella Steve Salminen Gary Lange Gary Lange Gary Lange Gary Lange Larry Grimes Larry Grimes Craig Farrell Craig Farrell Frank Sahlman Sandy Johnson Sandy Johnson Bill Massey Dave Cvengros Carl Maki Dave Cvengros Duane Ledy Carl Johnson Dean Rye Gary Lundin Gary Lundin

GP 29 27 28 28 28 30 32 30 28 31 29 30 26 29 28 26 26 27 24 27 27 28 28 27 23 24 22 24 26 14 26 23 24 23 24 21 23 22 22 23 24 15 19 19 20 21 22 21 20 20 21 17 17 18 14

FTM-FTA Pct 80-88 .909 83-99 .838 89-99 .899 55-72 .764 129-166 .777 60-66 .909 146-173 .844 44-53 .830 53-63 .841 84-91 .923 60-73 .822 41-50 .820 76-95 .800 49-58 .845 117-157 .745 67-83 .807 110-138 .797 158-188 .840 45-56 .804 94-135 .696 45-55 .818 43-52 .827 117-175 .669 46-60 .767 61-73 .836 49-54 .907 49-62 .790 70-87 .805 73-113 .646 41-54 .759 50-70 .704 57-70 .814 48-61 .786 64-77 .831 73-87 .839 43-65 .662 59-69 .855 53-60 .884 58-65 .892 149-183 .815 112-144 .778 46-62 .742 54-71 .760 84-100 .840 110-147 .745 97-136 .713 60-77 .779 73-86 .849 53-68 .779 58-69 .841 48-69 .696 52-67 .776 62-82 .756 108-137 .788 64-86 .744

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Records

2009-10 Men’s Basketball

Career Points (all 1,000 point scorers) Player Larry Grimes Jeff Boinski Josh Buettner Matt Cameron Pete Hoffman J.T. Luginski Rod Ruth Jason Marcotte Russ VanDuine Mike Kissman Geof Kotila Radayl Richardson Matt Trombley Paul Turino Jason Kreider Sandy Johnson Tim Strom Mike Trewhella Joe Sell Gary Lange Dave Cvengros

Seasons 1968-72 1995-99 2001-05 1999-03 1988-90, 91-93 1999-03 1983-87 2001-05 1975-76, 77-81 1993-96, 97-98 1978-82 2003-07 1991-95 1989-93 1996-00 1961-65 2004-08 1974-78 1983-87 1970-74 1958-62

Points 2,360 2,089 2,061 1,953 1,866 1,685 1,582 1,521 1,449 1,446 1,394 1,345 1,327 1,259 1,165 1,121 1,116 1,059 1,050 1,049 1,032

Season Points Player Rod Ruth Josh Buettner Matt Trombley Larry Grimes Pete Hoffman Rod Ruth Larry Grimes Larry Grimes J.T. Luginski Jeff Boinski Jeff Boinski

Season 1987-88 2003-04 1994-95 1970-71 1991-92 1986-87 1969-70 1971-72 2002-03 1998-99 1997-98

Points 675 668 665 636 634 633 625 619 582 565 565

Career Field Goal Pct (min 700 att) Player Seasons J.T. Luginski 1999-03 Jeff Boinski 1995-99 Josh Buettner 2001-05 Rod Ruth 1984-88 Russ VanDuine 1975-76, 77-81 Joe Sell 1983-87 Matt Cameron 1999-03 Mike Kissman 1993-96, 97-98 Paul Turino 1989-93 Matt Trombley 1991-95

FG-FGA Pct 694-1185 .586 801-1408 .569 782-1419 .551 643-1168 .551 579-1083 .535 421-814 .517 634-1234 .514 529-1052 .503 469-938 .500 505-1027 .492

Season Field Goal Pct (min 150 att) Player Robert Flaska Willie Wesley Josh Buettner Rod Ruth J.T. Luginski Jeff Boinski J.T. Luginski Brian VanLanen Joe Sell Jeff Boinski

Season 1979-80 1988-89 2002-03 1986-87 2002-03 1998-99 2001-02 1998-99 1983-84 1997-98

FG-FGA Pct 88-140 .633 90-143 .629 187-302 .619 258-417 .619 241-398 .606 222-371 .598 170-285 .597 86-146 .589 122-212 .575 213-374 .570

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Career 3-Point Pct (min 100 att) Player Seasons 3PT-3PTA Pct Jeff McHenry 2000-04 63-129 .488 Travis Harris 1992-94 69-146 .473 Paul Turino 1989-93 213-456 .467 Jeremy Resmer 1999-03 136-294 .463 Bob Evans 2001-06 70-152 .461 Kurt Godlevske 1989-91 74-161 .460 Caleb Lamz 1999-03 65-145 .448 Pete Hoffman 1988-91, 92-93 251-562 .447 Aaron Buckoski 1995-99 178-399 .446 Mark Wittbrodt 1993-97 133-308 .432

Season 3-Point Pct (min 50 att) Player Aaron Buckoski Brian Dukes Paul Turino Matt Cameron Jeff McHenry Kurt Godlevske Paul Turino Bob Evans Jeremy Resmer Omari Ruffin

Season 3PT-3PTA Pct 1996-97 39-69 .565 1997-98 50-94 .532 1992-93 57-112 .509 2001-02 37-73 .507 2003-04 49-98 .500 1989-90 43-86 .500 1991-92 82-166 .494 2003-04 63-130 .485 2001-02 43-89 .483 2000-01 27-56 .482

Career Free Throw Pct (min 200 att) Player Seasons Jason Marcotte 2001-05 Matt Cameron 1999-03 Mike Trewhella 1974-78 Chad Bultynck 1994-98 Gary Lange 1970-74 Radayl Richardson 2003-07 Larry Grimes 1968-72 Dan Waterman 1994-97 Travis Harris 1992-94 Pete Hoffman 1988-91, 92-93

FT-FTA Pct 186-217 .857 518-626 .827 187-227 .824 214-260 .823 213-259 .822 212-262 .807 566-714 .793 198-250 .792 175-225 .778 393-505 .778

Season Free Throw Pct (min 50 att) Player Chad Bultynck Jason Kreider Jason Marcotte Wayne Helmila Gary Lange Radayl Richardson Matt Cameron Gary Lange Gary Lange Bob Evans Dave Cvengros Chad Bultynck

Season 1994-95 1999-00 2003-04 1983-84 1970-71 2006-07 2000-01 1971-72 1972-73 2003-04 1961-62 1995-96

FT-FTA Pct 45-48 .938 84-91 .923 60-66 .909 49-54 .907 58-65 .892 89-99 .899 125-149 .889 53-60 .884 59-69 .855 53-62 .855 73-86 .845 49-58 .845

Career Rebounds Player Matt Cameron Russ VanDuine Jerry Muff J.T. Luginski Larry Grimes Steve Hansen Mike Susko Rod Ruth Josh Buettner Mike Kissman

Seasons Rebounds 1999-03 795 1975-76, 77-81 766 1968-72 760 1999-03 747 1968-72 747 1983-87 731 1976-80 728 1984-88 709 2001-05 675 1993-96, 97-98 612

Season Rebounds Player Rod Ruth Steve Hansen Jerry Muff John Gajor Russ VanDuine Mike Susko Richard Brown Steve Peterson Mike Susko Matt Cameron

Season 1987-88 1986-87 1969-70 1975-76 1980-81 1978-79 1971-72 1976-77 1979-80 2001-02

Rebounds 280 269 265 263 259 248 241 225 218 216

Career Assists Player Jeff Johnston Chad Bultynck Jason Marcotte Keith Fogle Filmore Walker Robert Flaska Jeff Boinski Pete Hoffman J.T. Luginski Ed Whitaker

Seasons Assists 1986-90 597 1994-98 437 2001-05 433 1999-03 328 1983-87 317 1978-82 316 1995-99 290 1988-90, 91-93 274 1999-03 239 1991-93 231

Season Assists Player Jeff Johnston Jeff Johnston Jeff Johnston Chad Bultynck Filmore Walker Ed Whitaker Jason Marcotte Jason Marcotte Jeff Johnston Jason Marcotte

Season 1987-88 1988-89 1986-87 1995-96 1985-86 1991-92 2002-03 2003-04 1989-90 2001-02

Assists 183 159 140 137 129 127 125 118 115 111

Career Steals Player Chad Bultynck Radayl Richardson Jeff Johnston Omari Ruffin Frank Gajor Filmore Walker Robert Flaska J.T. Luginski Jason Marcotte Matt Trombley Pete Hoffman

Seasons 1994-98 2003-07 1986-90 1998-02 1980-84 1983-87 1978-82 1999-03 2001-05 1991-95 1988-90, 91-93

Steals 171 143 133 123 117 117 116 113 112 109 100

Season Steals Player Chad Bultynck Jeff Johnston Matt Trombley Chad Bultynck Sean Geary Omari Ruffin Leon McGee Kent Clark Chad Bultynck Filmore Walker

Season 1995-96 1987-88 1994-95 1997-98 2007-08 2000-01 1989-90 1987-88 1996-97 1984-85

Steals 58 54 53 48 45 45 44 41 41 40


All-Time Series Records Opponent Albion (Mich.) Alma (Mich.) Anderson (S. C.) Ashland (Ohio) Aquinas (Mich.) Bemidji State (Minn.) Biola (Calif.) Bowling Green (Ohio) Calvin (Mich.) Carroll (Wis.) Central Arkansas Central Michigan Chicago State (Ill.) Christian Brothers (Tenn.) Colorado-Colorado Springs Daemen (N.Y.) Denver (Colo.) Drury (Mo.) Eastern Illinois Eastern Michigan Edgewood (Wis.) Ferris State (Mich.) Findlay (Ohio) Finlandia (Suomi) (Mich.) Gannon (Pa.) Grand Valley State (Mich.) Hillsdale (Mich.) Indianapolis (Ind.) Jacksonville State (Ala.) Kentucky Wesleyan Lake Superior State (Mich.) Lewis (Ill.) Mayville State (N.D.) Metro State (Colo.) Mercyhurst (Pa.) Midwestern (Ill.) Minnesota Duluth Minnesota-Morris Minnesota State-Mankato Minnesota State-Moorhead Missouri S&T (Missouri-Rolla) Missouri Western State Montana State-Billings Montevallo (Ala.) Mount Senario (Wis.) North Dakota State Northern Kentucky Northern Michigan Northern State (S.D.) Northland (Wis.) Northland Baptist (Wis.) Northwestern (Minn.) Northwest Missouri State Northwood (Mich.) Oakland (Mich.) Ohio Northern Olivet (Mich.) Racine (Wis.) Rocky Mountain College (Colo.) Saginaw Valley State (Mich.) St. Cloud State (Minn.) St. John’s (Minn.) St. Joseph’s (Ind.) St. Mary’s (Mich.) St. Norbert (Wis.) St. Olaf (Minn.) St. Scholastica (Minn.) South Dakota State Southern California College Southern Illinois-Edwardsville Southern Indiana Southwest State (Minn.) Tri-State (Ind.) Valley City State (N.D.) Wayne State (Mich.) Wayne State (Neb.) Westminster (Pa.) Winona State (Minn.) Wisconsin Wisconsin-Eau Claire Wisconsin-Green Bay Wisconsin-Milwaukee Wisconsin-Oshkosh Wisconsin-Parkside Wisconsin-River Falls Wisconsin-Stevens Point Wisconsin-Stout Wisconsin-Superior Wisconsin-Whitewater Others Totals

All Games Home Away W L Pct W L W L 0 1 .000 0 0 0 1 3 2 .600 2 0 1 2 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 10 6 .625 6 1 4 5 2 3 .400 2 0 0 3 16 36 .308 13 13 3 23 0 1 .000 0 0 0 2 0 1 .000 0 0 0 1 0 1 .000 0 0 0 1 1 3 .250 1 1 0 2 0 1 .000 0 0 0 1 0 5 .000 0 1 0 4 0 1 .000 0 0 0 1 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 1 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 1 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 1 1 0 1.000 0 0 1 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 1 0 0 5 .000 0 1 0 4 1 0 1.000 0 0 1 0 51 49 .510 30 18 21 31 7 8 .466 4 1 2 7 8 0 1.000 8 0 0 0 11 6 .647 6 1 2 4 25 33 .431 14 14 11 19 21 25 .456 15 7 6 18 3 0 1.000 1 0 2 0 1 0 1.000 0 1 1 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 1 45 47 .489 26 14 19 33 2 5 .286 0 0 1 5 1 0 1.000 0 0 1 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 1 0 10 4 .714 7 1 3 3 1 0 1.000 0 0 1 0 26 28 .481 17 8 9 20 14 19 .424 10 7 4 12 9 22 .290 5 9 4 13 22 34 .393 12 13 9 21 1 0 1.000 0 0 1 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 1 2 .333 0 0 1 2 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 2 0 1.000 1 0 1 0 4 1 .800 2 0 2 1 1 1 .500 1 0 0 1 65 126 .340 45 49 20 76 1 4 .200 1 0 0 4 93 32 .744 57 8 36 24 1 0 1.000 1 0 0 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 1 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 0 37 13 .740 22 2 15 10 13 23 .361 7 11 6 12 2 0 1.000 1 0 1 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 1 1 1 .500 1 0 0 1 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 33 31 .515 18 13 14 18 16 36 .308 13 12 3 24 0 1 .000 0 0 0 1 1 1 .000 1 0 0 1 0 1 .000 0 0 0 1 22 43 .338 17 14 5 29 1 0 1.000 0 0 1 0 13 0 1.000 8 0 5 0 2 2 .500 0 1 1 1 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 1 0 0 3 .000 0 1 0 1 17 7 .708 11 0 6 7 0 1 .000 0 0 0 1 1 0 1.000 0 0 1 0 25 47 .347 16 16 7 31 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 1 1 .500 0 1 1 0 17 25 .405 12 8 5 17 0 1 .000 0 0 0 1 1 10 .091 0 5 1 5 2 7 .222 1 1 1 6 2 5 .286 1 2 1 3 3 16 .158 3 6 0 10 6 2 .750 2 0 4 2 0 1 .000 0 0 0 1 4 9 .308 3 4 1 5 2 0 1.000 1 0 0 0 15 29 .341 14 8 1 21 0 1 .000 0 0 0 1 27 13 .675 15 3 12 10 736 845 . 452 278 261 558 *Neutral site game #Home game +Overtime ++Double Overtime †Four Overtime

Series Began 1930-31 (L 13-24) 1948-49 (L 51-60) 2002-03 (W 90-59) 1995-96 (L 58-75) 1964-65 (L 80-87)* 1945-46 (L 33-57) 1993-94 (L 87-92) 2006-07(L 46-58)+ 1980-81 (L 55-68)* 1949-50 (L 54-55) 1994-95 (L 62-73)* 1941-42 (L 18-41)# 1971-72 (L 83-84)* 2004-05 (W 55-52)* 1994-95 (W 69-63)* 1991-92 (W 115-104)*+ 1992-93 (L 73-86) 1996-97 (W 82-61) 1969-70 (W 96-79)* 1967-68 (L 63-93) 1991-92 (W 95-76)* 1934-35 (W 38-28) 1997-98 (W 81-71)# 2000-01 (W 86-81)# 1995-96 (W 82-61) 1980-81 (W 76-75) 1949-50 (W 61-57)# 1997-98 (W 78-62) 2006-07(W76-58)+ 1997-98 (L 68-78) 1968-69 (W 102-93)# 1997-98 (L 73-78)+ 1987-88 (W 86-65)* 1994-95 (W 73-59)* 1995-96 (W 80-45)# 1969-70 (W 79-72)* 1948-49 (L 46-60) 1965-66 (L 61-72)# 1949-50 (L 62-85) 1949-50 (L 55-63)# 1992-93 (W 79-67) 2000-01 (W 72-60)* 1999-00 (L 81-86) 2001-02 (W, 59-56)* 1988-89 (W 80-72)#+ 1990-91 (L 73-79)+ 2004-05 (L 53-55) 1911-12 (N/A) 1979-80 (W 86-64)# 1924-25 (W 19-8)# 1996-97 (W 94-55)# 1986-87 (W 92-71)* 2000-01 (L 59-79)* 1980-81 (L 59-63) 1973-74 (L 49-57) 1956-57 (W 92-63)# 1983-84 (L 52-71)* 1973-74 (L 59-62) 1999-00 (W 87-67) 1972-73 (W 77-55)# 1954-55 (L 72-79)# 1986-87 (L 50-58)* 2005-06 (L, 56-59 1991-92 (L 76-99) 1934-35 (L 15-40) 1993-94 (W 63-60)* 1980-81 (W 69-55) 2001-02 (W, 89-86)* 1993-94 (W105-66) 1992-93 (W 81-75)* 1999-00 (L 68-85)* 1969-70 (W 85-72)# 1959-60 (L 66-73)* 1997-98 (W 85-63) 1948-49 (L 47-59)# 2002-03 (W 78-59) 1998-99 (L 58-61)# 1919-20 (W 50-11)# 1970-71 (L 70-114) 1938-39 (L 37-53) 1969-70 (L 67-84) 1954-55 (W 89-76)# 1922-23 (L 16-31)# 1992-93 (W 74-65) 1954-55 (L 76-101) 1929-30 (W 41-28)# 2002-03 (W 93-71)# 1924-25 (L 5-48)# 1968-69 (L 81-86)

Last Meeting 1930-31 (L 13-34) 2008-09 (W 66-46)# 2002-03 (W 90-59)* 2007-08 (W 82-65) 1988-89 (L 77-84)* 2002-03 (W 80-70) 1993-94 (L 87-92) 2006-07(L 46-58)+ 1980-81 (L 55-68)* 1990-91 (W 89-75)# 1994-95 (L 62-73)* 1954-55 (L 60-89)# 1971-72 (L 83-84)* 2004-05 (W 55-52)* 1994-95 (W 69-63)* 1991-92 (W 115-104)*+ 2002-03 (L 73-86) 1996-97 (W 82-61) 1969-70 (W 96-79)* 1978-79 (L 53-93) 1991-92 (W 95-76)* 2007-08 (W 65-63) 2007-08 (L 40-79) 2008-09 (W 81-58)# 2007-08 (L 65-75)# 2007-08 (L 54-82) 2007-08 (L 77-83) 2002-03 (W 90-75)# 2006-07(W76-58)+ 1997-98 (L 68-78) 2007-08 (L 73-87) 2008-09 (L 66-83)* 1987-88 (W 86-65)* 1994-95 (W 73-59)* 2007-08 (W 69-62)* 1969-70 (W 79-72)* 2008-09 (L 54-66)# 1999-00 (W 80-46)# 2007-08 (W 76-74) 2003-04 (W 76-59)* 1992-93 (W 79-67) 2000-01 (W 72-60)* 2000-01 (L 72-81) 2001-02 (W, 59-56)* 1989-90 (W 58-53) 2003-04 (W 68-48) 2004-05 (W 79-69)# 2007-08 (W 48-46) 1998-99 (L 78-88) 2000-01 (W 99-49)# 1996-97 (W 94-55)# 1986-87 (W 92-71)* 2000-01 (L 59-79)* 2007-08 (W 74-64) 1996-97 (L 89-91)#* 1957-58 (W 81-67) 1983-84 (L 52-71)* 1973-74 (W 52-45)# 1999-00 (W 87-67)* 2007-08 (L 68-73) 2005-06 (W 63-56)* 1986-87 (L 50-58)* 2006-07 (W, 62-48)# 1991-92 (L 76-99) 1990-91 (L 71-73)+ 1993-94 (W 63-60)* 2001-02 (W 112-67)# 2004-05 (L, 69-60) 1993-94 (W105-66) 1992-93 (W 81-75)* 2007-08 (L 57-58)# 2002-03 (W 90-77) 1959-60 (L 66-73)* 1997-98 (W 85-63) 2008-09 (L 55-62) 2002-03 (W 78-59) 1999-00 (W 103-97)++ 2003-04 (W 75-67)# 1970-71 (L 70-114) 1954-55 (L 99-112)+ 2006-07 (L 50-62) 1999-00 (L 52-86) 1993-94 (L 68-73) 2008-09 (W 66-52)* 1954-55 (L 76-101) 1993-94 (W 68-63)# 2007-08 (W 57-54)* 2005-06 (W 75-46)# 1968-69 (L 81-86)

2009-10 Opponents in Bold

Michigan Technological University 45


Records

2009-10 Men’s Basketball

1919-20 2/8 3/22 3/29 12/13 1/17 1/24 2/7 2/27 3/5 3/13 3/19 3/27

Calumet Y.M.C.A. Dollar Bay Calumet Y.M.C.A. Chicago Calumet Y.M.C.A. Winona Northern Michigan Lawrence Jackson All-Stars Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Michigan Agri. College

1920-21 11/29 12/17 1/8 1/21 1/29 2/7 2/9 2/10 2/14 2/25 3/5

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

Lake Linden Ford Miners Negaunee Northern Michigan Negaunee Calumet Y.M.C.A. Hancock Legion Calumet Legion Lake Linden Ishpeming Calumet Legion Northern Michigan

1922-23

16-25 13-11 16-41 15-53 33-21 50-11 29-16 30-35 70-15 22-37 34-17 26-28

6-5

Bushey Business Coll. W Munising W Ishpeming W Northern Michigan W Milwaukee Engineering W Lawrence L Two Rivers (Wis.) L Marquette L Michigan Agri. College L Northern Michigan L Dollar Bay W

1921-22 12/9 1/20 1/21 1/28 2/7 4/3 4/17

6-6

40-39 39-15 34-29 27-13 31-21 17-30 31-50 23-39 18-26 12-14 37-10

7-5

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

20-13 19-24 25-23 19-17 27-15 28-10 37-41 18-23 18-25 23-32 20-16 20-16

3-5

Coach: Leon Harvey 12/7 Houghton H.S. 12/15 Calumet Y.M.C.A. 1/3 Mt. Pleasant 1/19 Oshkosh Normal 1/26 Northern Michigan 2/2 Northern Michigan 2/10 Negaunee 2/21 Hancock Ingots

W L L L L L W W

1923-24

2-5

26-15 12-21 15-18 16-31 11-15 16-23 28-26 28-22

Coach: Leon Harvey 1/11 Detroit Law College 1/19 Oshkosh Normal 1/25 Michigamme Miners 2/2 Northern Michigan 2/16 Michigamme 2/22 Northern Michigan 3/8 Mt. Pleasant Normal

W L L W L L L

1924-25

3-4

25-12 24-31 15-32 27-23 23-42 24-28 19-30

Coach: Leon Harvey 1/10 Northland 1/16 Northern Michigan 1/17 L’Anse 1/23 Waupaca (Wis.) 1/31 L’Anse 2/20 Northern Michigan 3/2 Superior Normal

W L W L L W L

1925-26

0-7

19-18 17-28 31-30 27-39 15-17 20-19 5-48

Coach: Leon Harvey 1/9 Northland 1/15 Oshkosh State 1/30 Superior 2/4 Calumet Lions 2/19 Northern Michigan 2/26 Calumet Lions 4/11 Northern Michigan

L L L L L L L

1926-27

1-6

Coach: Leon Harvey 1/12 Northern Michigan 1/29 Northern Michigan 2/8 Calumet Lions 2/19 Calumet Lions 2/26 Superior Normal 3/11 Lake Linden Indep. 3/12 Calumet Lions

1927-28

Coach: Leon Harvey 12/16 Detroit C.C. Met. M.E. G.M. Tech 1/5 Lake Linden 1/13 Northern Michigan 1/21 Northland 1/27 Central State 2/2 Lake Linden 2/10 Superior 2/17 Northern Michigan 2/20 Wisconsin-Oshkosh

L L L L L W L

13-24 14-33 16-33 22-24 11-28 6-19 10-50

23-37 10-59 37-50 22-25 27-44 19-15 21-26

2-9 L L L L L L L W L W L

15-41 42-52 27-36 29-32 14-46 21-30 26-39 32-21 24-41 26-20 16-41

1928-29

Coach: Leon Harvey 1/11 Northland 1/18 Northern Michigan 1/21 Oshkosh Normal 1/25 Ontonagon 2/1 Northern Michigan 2/7 Ontonagon 2/15 Superior Normal

1929-30

3-4 W L W L L W L

23-10 15-55 30-29 22-50 26-45 30-29 21-48

5-5

Coach: Don Sherman 12/5 Lake Linden Oshkosh Normal 12/16 Muskegon Y.M.C.A. Ontonagon 1/10 Northland 1/28 Lake Linden 2/4 Wis.-Stevens Point 2/7 Northern Michigan 2/15 Ontonagon 2/21 Northern Michigan

W L L L W W W L W L

1930-31

1-9

Coach: Don Sherman 12/8 Oshkosh Normal 12/15 Muskegon Y.M.C.A. 1/7 Western State 1/8 Albion 1/17 Superior Normal 1/24 Superior Normal 2/2 Wis.-Stevens Point 2/7 Northern Michigan 2/14 Northland 2/20 Northern Michigan

1931-32

Coach: Don Sherman 12/5 Ontonagon 12/8 Lake Linden 1/16 Northland 1/22 Superior Normal 1/29 Superior Normal 1/30 Northland 2/6 Northern Michigan 2/13 Ypsilanti 2/19 Northern Michigan

1932-33

L L L L L L L L W L

35-17 22-38 26-28 28-29 27-14 29-12 41-28 21-27 34-19 18-34

19-20 29-40 12-37 13-24 24-32 12-32 21-31 19-54 27-13 25-26

4-5 W W W L L L W L L

44-28 41-30 25-24 15-28 13-23 13-16 37-29 20-37 26-30

4-6

Coach: Don Sherman 12/2 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 12/10 Lake Linden 1/7 Ypsilanti Normal 1/21 Superior Normal 1/26 Ontonagon 1/30 Superior Normal 1/31 Northland 2/4 Northern Michigan 2/10 Northern Michigan 2/15 Northland

L W L L W L W L L W

1933-34

12-3

23-26 42-13 16-46 15-29 33-17 21-41 35-21 24-30 29-38 44-30

Coach: Don Sherman Calumet Lake Linden Ironwood Wisconsin-Oshkosh Jordan Ft. Brady 1/15 Ontonagon 1/20 Northland 1/25 Northern Michigan 2/10 Jordan 2/10 Ft. Brady 2/16 Northern Michigan 2/24 Ironwood 3/2 Superior State 3/3 Northland

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

1934-35

2-9

Coach: Don Sherman 12/15 St. Norbert 1/7 Ferris State 1/18 Northern Michigan 2/1 Northland 2/2 St. Norbert 2/9 Ironwood J.C. 2/11 Jordan 2/14 Northern Michigan 2/23 Northland 3/6 Ferris State

1935-36

Coach: Don Sherman 12/6 Superior Normal 12/7 Ironwood J.C. 1/4 Ferris State 1/11 St. Norbert 1/18 Northland 1/25 Northern Michigan 2/8 Northland 2/15 Ironwood 2/21 Northern Michigan 2/28 St. Norbert

46 Michigan Technological University

W L L L L L L L L W

53-22 44-38 28-22 19-37 29-24 49-32 49-19 46-25 19-39 28-20 36-10 30-23 40-24 9-38 22-16

25-24 22-27 15-43 26-41 15-40 17-28 21-39 27-55 22-33 38-28

1936-37

1-8

Coach: Don Sherman 12/4 Superior Normal 12/5 Ironwood J.C. 12/11 St. Norbert 1/9 St. Norbert 1/14 Northland 1/22 Northern Michigan 1/30 Northland 2/5 Northern Michigan 2/13 Ironwood J.C.

L L L L W L L L L

1937-38

19-38 29-35 20-22 30-44 35-34 13-23 36-43 29-30 30-36

4-6

Coach: Don Sherman 12/4 Ironwood J.C. 12/16 Jordan 1/5 St. Norbert 1/21 Northern Michigan 2/4 Northern Michigan 2/5 Jordan 2/11 Ironwood J.C. 2/12 St. Norbert 2/19 Northland 2/26 Northland

L W L L W W W L L L

1938-39

Coach: Don Sherman 12/5 Superior State Teachers 12/9 Bearded Aces 12/16 Northland 1/7 Wisconsin-Eau Claire 1/13 Northland 1/14 Jordan 1/20 Northern Michigan 1/28 Northern Michigan

1939-40

Coach: Don Sherman Bearded Aces Grand Rapids Central State Wisconsin-Eau Claire Wis.-Stevens Point Northern Michigan Central State Grand Rapids Northland Northern Michigan St. Norbert Northland

1940-41

24-38 33-27 31-46 29-46 36-34 34-28 40-37 22-36 42-51 30-47

1-7 L L L L L L W L

19-49 26-31 48-55 37-53 41-54 26-45 35-32 34-40

3-9 L W L L L W L L W L L L

29-35 39-33 26-38 44-55 22-39 42-34 21-38 21-26 58-23 29-47 30-54 27-49

0-9

Coach: Don Sherman 11/13 Wis.-Stevens Point 11/14 Wisconsin-Eau Claire 1/17 Northland 1/18 Central State 1/25 Northern Michigan 2/8 Northern Michigan 2/15 Northland 2/21 Central State 2/24 Ferris State

L L L L L L L L L

1941-42

3-10

Coach: Rex Benoit 12/5 Wisconsin-Superior 12/6 Wisconsin-Eau Claire 12/12 Detroit Tech 12/13 Ferris State 1/17 Central Michigan 1/18 Northland 1/23 Northern Michigan 1/24 Lake Linden 1/26 Lake Linden 1/31 Wisconsin-Eau Claire 2/6 Northern Michigan 2/13 Northern Michigan 2/20 Central State

1942-45 1945-46

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

16-45 16-43 23-49 17-37 27-44 38-59 34-47 29-47 29-50

27-61 28-51 23-28 49-40 18-41 54-35 37-47 31-43 28-38 41-53 31-75 48-43 41-61

No Teams (WW II) 3-4

Coach: Rex Benoit 12/17 Bemidji State 1/12 Northern Michigan 1/19 Northland 1/26 Northern Michigan 2/9 Northland 2/27 Minnesota Duluth 2/28 Bemidji State

L W W W L L L

33-57 79-51 68-14 64-36 46-54 59-60 48-51

4-6 L L L W W L L L W W

24-35 28-29 32-37 25-23 33-24 30-40 28-36 27-34 38-30 24-20

Key: *conference game home games in bold

† overtime game ‡ double overtime game § triple overtime game Ø four overtime game

1946-47

Coach: Rex Benoit 12/6 Lawrence College 12/7 Mission House 12/13 Wisconsin-Eau Claire 12/14 Northland 1/11 Tech Sault Branch 1/18 Central State 1/24 Northland 1/25 Gogebic J.C. 1/30 Central State 1/31 Ferris State 2/1 Tech Sault Branch 2/7 Gogebic J.C. 2/8 Northern Michigan 2/14 Ferris State 2/17 Wisconsin-Eau Claire 2/18 Winona State 2/21 Northern Michigan

1947-48

5-12 L L L W W L L L L W L L W W L L L

33-65 54-62 37-47 53-40 56-43 33-76 41-55 42-52 36-67 59-57 30-52 36-64 61-60 49-48 42-92 50-52 62-67

11-6

Coach: Al Bovard 12/12 Winona State 12/13 St. Norbert 1/7 Stout Institute 1/8 Wisconsin-Eau Claire 1/16 Northland 1/17 Tech Sault Branch 1/23 Gogebic J.C. 1/24 Northland 1/30 Ferris State 1/31 Detroit Tech 2/12 Ferris State 2/18 Northern Michigan 2/20 St. Norbert 2/21 Gogebic J.C. 2/28 Wisconsin-Eau Claire 3/5 Northern Michigan 3/6 Tech Sault Branch

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

1948-49

7-9

Coach: Al Bovard 12/6 Mission House 12/10 Gogebic J.C. 12/11 Minnesota Duluth 1/7 Ferris State 1/8 Gogebic J.C. 1/12 Northern Michigan 1/20 Alma College 1/21 Ferris State 1/29 St. Norbert 2/5 Northland 2/11 Wayne State 2/17 Northland 2/19 Northern Michigan 2/25 St. Norbert 3/3 Milton College 3/4 Mission House

1949-50

Coach: Verdie Cox 12/1 Stout Institute 12/2 St. Thomas 12/3 Mankato State 12/9 Carroll College 12/10 St. Norbert 12/16 Moorhead State 1/7 Northland 1/11 Hillsdale 1/13 Ferris State 1/18 Northern Michigan 1/20 Northland 2/2 Mission House 2/3 Platteville State 2/7 Northern Michigan 2/16 Ferris State 2/18 Wayne State 2/24 St. Norbert

1950-51

Coach: Verdie Cox 12/1 Wis.-Stevens Point 12/2 Northland 12/8 Carroll College 12/9 Stout Institute 12/15 Mankato State 1/13 Hillsdale 1/14 Ferris State 1/17 Northern Michigan 1/20 Northland 1/26 Wayne State 1/27 Mission House 2/1 Ferris State 2/15 St. Norbert 2/23 Bemidji State 2/24 Moorhead State 2/27 Northern Michigan 3/1 St. Norbert

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

48-47 24-36 51-35 55-75 31-42 53-40 47-63 41-50 63-53 64-44 62-40 56-35 52-49 54-52 60-62 50-49 42-41

39-41 51-60 46-60 50-46 60-46 50-45 51-60 69-64 46-73 57-53 47-59 53-52 44-59 56-59 57-52 50-52

4-13 L L L L L L L W W L W L L L L L W

52-61 44-64 62-85 54-55 57-81 55-63 67-69 61-57 71-45 51-62 69-56 68-70 48-69 57-66 67-69 58-64 81-71

6-11 W L L W W L L L W L L W L L W L L

75-65 60-70 76-83 74-60 87-74 49-78 64-71 57-68 93-68 64-72 65-67 71-69 80-89 58-92 81-78 69-87 66-93


1953-54

Coach: Verdie Cox 11/30 St. Norbert 12/5 Wis.-Stevens Point 12/8 Superior State 12/11 Northland 12/18 Mission House 1/2 St. Norbert 1/5 Wayne State 1/8 Minnesota Duluth 1/9 Mexico 1/12 Northern Michigan 1/12 Ferris State 1/15 Lawrence Tech 1/16 Ferris State 1/17 Northern Michigan 1/22 Wisconsin-Eau Claire 1/23 Northland

1954-55

Coach: Verdie Cox 12/1 Milwaukee State 12/3 Wisconsin-River Falls 12/4 Wisconsin-Eau Claire 1/7 Wisconsin-Superior 1/10 St. Cloud State 1/14 Mission House 1/15 St. Norbert 1/19 Ferris State 1/20 Central Michigan 1/21 Alma College 1/29 Northland 2/2 Wayne State 2/11 Ferris State 2/12 Northland 2/15 Northern Michigan 2/21 St. Norbert 2/26 Detroit Tech 2/28 Northern Michigan

1955-56

Dave Mick (1952-56) tallied 316 rebounds in 61 career games for the Huskies.

1951-52

7-5

Coach: Verdie Cox 11/30 Lawrence College 12/1 Northland 12/8 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 1/11 Wayne State 1/12 Ferris State 1/16 Northern Michigan 1/19 Northland 1/25 Bemidji State 2/1 Detroit Tech 2/2 Lawrence Tech 2/12 St. Norbert 2/15 Ferris State 2/21 St. Norbert 2/22 Lawrence College 2/26 Northern Michigan

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

1952-53

7-7

Coach: Verdie Cox 11/25 Wis.-Stevens Point 12/6 Northland 12/11 Minnesota Duluth 12/12 Superior State 1/5 U.S. Naval 1/16 Detroit Tech 1/17 Ferris State 1/23 Northland 1/24 Northern Michigan 1/31 Wayne State 2/4 U.S. Naval 2/13 Ferris State 2/14 Carroll College 2/21 Northern Michigan

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

46-71 68-38 69-81 50-93 70-61 69-65 61-70 56-66 77-90 63-92 72-87 82-75 57-70 61-83 78-53

75-84 92-77 58-89 82-98 67-66 77-90 93-77 72-53 72-56 48-76 90-63 66-52 69-77 83-86

11-5 L L W W W L L W W W W L W W W W

74-89 55-67 57-56 66-48 85-56 74-86 55-79 73-70 64-46 91-75 97-57 52-90 82-58 73-70 63-60 77-66

11-7 W L L L L W L L L W W W W W W W W W

89-76 76-101 99-112 ‡ 76-92 72-79 73-61 87-94 93-103 60-89 95-89 81-78 79-69 116-83 108-91 82-76 93-75 96-78 107-81

14-4

Coach: Verdie Cox 12/2 Bemidji State 12/3 Moorhead State 12/9 St. Cloud State 12/10 Moorhead State 12/13 Superior State 12/16 Alma College 1/10 Northern Michigan 1/12 St. Norbert 1/14 Northwestern 1/20 Ferris State 1/21 Wayne State 1/27 Northland 1/28 Mission House 2/15 Ferris State 2/17 St. Norbert 2/18 Milwaukee State 2/22 Northern Michigan 2/24 Northland

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

1956-57

6-12

77-71 95-80 69-90 87-90 82-64 84-67 91-75 97-81 97-72 78-68 64-91 103-87 73-59 109-87 107-100 107-118 89-82 119-98

Coach: Verdie Cox 12/1 Northland 12/7 Moorhead State 12/8 Bemidji State 12/10 Wisconsin-Oshkosh 1/1 Wayne State 1/4 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1/5 Wisconsin-Superior 1/9 St. Norbert 1/11 Northern Michigan 1/18 Bethel 1/19 Northwestern College 1/26 Northland 2/4 Ferris State 2/15 Ferris State 2/16 St. Norbert 2/22 Ohio Northern 2/27 Northern Michigan 3/5 Bethel

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

1957-58

10-7

Coach: Verdie Cox 11/29 Wisconsin-Oshkosh 12/13 Winona State 1/3 Northwestern 1/4 Valley City 1/8 Northern Michigan 1/10 St. Norbert 1/17 Ohio Northern 1/18 Wayne State 1/20 Ferris State 1/24 Moorhead State 1/25 Superior State 2/3 Northland 2/12 St. Norbert 2/14 Ferris State 2/19 Northern Michigan 2/21 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 2/26 Northland

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94-79 68-118 68-84 90-99 66-68 † 58-81 68-75 74-94 85-74 70-81 73-89 81-67 76-68 66-70 75-77 92-63 73-88 76-69

54-60 83-76 87-79 74-63 75-83 63-75 81-67 46-55 63-56 68-69 71-62 74-66 66-64 80-53 55-77 70-82 81-57

1958-59

9-12

NSCC Record: 3-6 (6th Place) Coach: Verdie Cox 12/2 Wisconsin-Superior 12/3 Bemidji State* 12/4 Moorhead State* 12/11 Northland 12/12 St. Cloud State* 12/18 St. Cloud State* 1/9 Wisconsin-Oshkosh 1/10 St. Norbert 1/14 Northern Michigan 1/16 Detroit Tech 1/26 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1/29 Wayne State 1/31 Northland 2/7 Mankato State* 2/20 Wisconsin-Oshkosh 2/21 St. Norbert 2/23 Bemidji State* 2/25 Northern Michigan 2/28 Moorhead State* 3/2 Winona State* 3/3 Mankato State*

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1959-60

5-16

1962-63

61-78 78-81 59-81 69-49 63-61 52-63 67-73 68-67 † 52-64 68-64 74-81 91-67 71-63 81-77 68-71 78-88 72-73 86-82 † 80-68 80-108 61-81

1963-64

NSCC Record: 1-9 (6th Place) Coach: Verdie Cox 12/1 Wisconsin-Superior W 72-60 12/5 St. Cloud State* L 62-64 12/10 Northland W 71-41 12/28 Pratt Institute& W 75-58 12/29 Rochester Tech& L 78-85 12/30 Tri-State& L 66-73 1/8 St. Norbert L 65-77 1/15 Mankato State* L 56-60 1/20 Northern Michigan L 61-103 1/22 Bemidji State* L 75-88 1/23 Moorhead State* L 53-69 1/29 Bemidji State* L 50-86 1/30 Winona State* W 83-76 2/6 St. Norbert L 72-83 2/12 Mankato State* L 71-88 2/13 Winona State* L 67-93 2/17 Northland W 58-57 2/19 St. Cloud State* L 76-88 2/20 Moorhead State* L 51-57 2/24 Northern Michigan L 63-65 2/29 Wayne State L 65-80 &-Rochester Invitational Technical Tournament

1960-61

NSCC Record: 2-8 (5th Place, Tie) Coach: Verdie Cox 12/2 St. Cloud State* 12/3 Bemidji State* 12/10 Winona State* 1/4 Northland 1/6 Winona State* 1/7 Mankato State* 1/9 Wayne State 1/11 St. Norbert 1/14 Moorhead State* 1/17 Northern Michigan 1/21 Wisconsin-Superior 1/26 Ferris State 1/28 St. Cloud State* 2/4 Wisconsin-Oshkosh 2/11 Mankato State* 2/13 Northland 2/17 Moorhead State* 2/18 Bemidji State* 2/22 Northern Michigan 2/25 St. Norbert

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1961-62

4-17

NSCC Record: 2-8 (6th Place) Coach: Verdie Cox 12/1 Northland 12/2 Wisconsin-Superior 12/8 Bemidji State* 12/9 Moorhead State* 12/16 Northern Michigan 1/5 Mankato State* 1/6 Winona State* 1/10 Northern Michigan 1/12 St. Cloud State* 1/17 Northland 1/20 Bemidji State* 1/26 St. Cloud State* 1/27 St. Norbert 2/2 Ferris State 2/5 St. Norbert 2/6 Wisconsin-Oshkosh 2/16 Winona State* 2/17 Mankato State* 2/24 Moorhead State* 3/2 Ferris State 3/3 Wayne State

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54-88 68-75 56-73 78-70 65-88 46-81 72-62 70-96 69-64 65-89 66-72 62-72 55-93 74-63 55-90 67-68 69-65 73-84 69-90 61-72

69-74 84-77 70-72 72-62 60-78 63-74 68-61 78-93 49-73 74-81 65-66 55-71 56-73 78-89 70-87 62-82 76-89 76-82 50-55 71-99 74-71

4-16

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1964-65

2-20

1965-66

62-57 62-99 81-67 85-68 73-71 ‡ 73-68 83-75 86-73 106-101 62-53 81-71 84-68 78-65 69-68 84-103 56-55 87-74 74-82 85-70 71-73 69-86 71-61

NIC Record: 0-10 (6th Place) Coach: Verdie Cox 12/6 Wisconsin-Superior 12/7 Wisconsin-Oshkosh 12/16 Bemidji State* 12/17 Moorhead State* 1/10 Bemidji State* 1/13 St. Cloud State* 1/17 Mankato State* 1/18 Northland 1/24 Wayne State 1/25 Ferris State 1/29 Northern Michigan 1/31 St. Cloud State* 2/10 St. Norbert 2/12 Northland 2/15 St. Norbert 2/19 Northern Michigan 2/21 Mankato State* 2/22 Winona State* 2/28 Winona State* 2/29 Moorhead State* NIC Record: 1-9 (6th Place) Coach: Verdie Cox 12/1 St. Norbert 12/4 Wisconsin-Oshkosh 12/11 Ferris State$ 12/12 Aquinas$ 1/1 Winona State* 1/9 Mankato State* 1/11 Wayne State 1/13 Northern Michigan 1/16 Bemidji State* 1/20 St. Norbert 1/23 Moorhead State* 1/27 Wisconsin-Superior 1/30 St. Cloud State* 2/5 Mankato State* 2/6 Ferris State 2/8 Northland 2/12 Bemidji State* 2/13 Moorhead State* 2/19 Northern Michigan 2/20 Winona State* 2/24 Northland 2/27 St. Cloud State* $-Northern Michigan Classic

5-15

17-5

NSCC Record: 8-2 (1st Place, Tie) Coach: Verdie Cox 12/1 Wisconsin-Oshkosh W 12/3 Northern Michigan L 12/7 Bemidji State* W 12/8 Moorhead State* W 1/4 Mankato State* W 1/5 Winona State* W 1/9 Northland W 1/12 St. Norbert W 1/14 St. Norbert W 1/18 Wayne State W 1/19 St. Cloud State* W 1/25 Wisconsin-Superior W 1/26 Northland W 2/2 Ferris State W 2/4 St. Cloud State* L 2/15 Winona State* W 2/16 Mankato State* W 2/19 Northern Michigan L 2/22 Moorhead State* W 2/23 Bemidji State* L 3/8 Nebraska-Wesleyan$ L 3/9 Cornell (Iowa)$ W $-NCAA Regional Playoffs

NIC Record: 0-10 (6th Place) Coach: Verdie Cox 12/1 Wisconsin-Superior 12/8 Northland 1/7 Mankato State* 1/8 Winona State* 1/12 Northern Michigan 1/14 Winona State* 1/15 Mankato State* 1/17 Minnesota-Morris 1/21 St. Norbert 1/22 Bemidji State* 1/29 St. Cloud State* 1/31 St. Norbert 2/12 Moorhead State* 2/14 Northern Michigan 2/16 Northland 2/19 Bemidji State* 2/25 Moorhead State* 2/26 St. Cloud State* 3/5 Wayne State

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96-85 72-80 70-87 72-89 76-91 63-83 69-86 † 90-77 73-75 62-90 85-82 76-89 80-96 104-67 68-89 72-87 66-89 71-86 69-85 63-77

68-90 79-83 57-78 80-87 76-88 57-104 89-101 71-98 82-95 81-93 50-85 70-88 62-78 74-78 67-91 98-82 78-95 57-78 65-117 81-84 82-90† 79-76

2-17 W L L L L L L L L L L L L L W L L L L

83-79 77-92 68-91 62-69 69-113 71-85 51-66 61-72 77-81 71-85 55-88 68-79 62-83 61-135 90-86 60-85 74-93 71-104 69-92

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Records

2009-10 Men’s Basketball

1966-67

3-16

NIC Record: 1-11 (7th Place) Coach: Verdie Cox 12/1 Wisconsin-Superior 12/7 Northland 1/6 Mankato State* 1/7 Winona State* 1/11 St. Norbert 1/14 Bemidji State* 1/20 Minnesota-Morris* 1/21 St. Cloud State* 1/25 Northland 1/28 Wayne State 1/31 Northern Michigan 2/4 Moorhead State* 2/10 Minnesota-Morris* 2/11 Bemidji State* 2/17 St. Cloud State* 2/18 Moorhead State* 2/22 Northern Michigan 2/24 Winona State* 2/25 Mankato State*

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1967-68

4-17

NIC Record: 1-11 (7th Place) Coach: Verdie Cox 12/1 Wayne State 12/2 Eastern Michigan 12/4 Ferris State 12/9 Winona State* 1/5 Bemidji State* 1/6 Moorhead State* 1/10 Northland 1/16 Northern Michigan 1/20 St. Cloud State* 1/27 Bemidji State* 2/2 St. Cloud State* 2/3 Minnesota-Morris* 2/7 St. Norbert 2/10 Minnesota-Morris* 2/14 Northland 2/16 Mankato State* 2/17 Winona State* 2/21 Northern Michigan 2/24 Moorhead State* 2/28 Wisconsin-Superior 3/2 Mankato State*

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70-86 123-75 68-71 80-88 82-93 77-90 64-93 69-98 72-75 106-68 78-90 94-84 83-101 72-79 74-107 60-86 66-105 83-99 57-93

60-75 63-93 70-87 75-84 76-82 74-89 81-60 69-83 74-101 86-87 45-95 70-83 78-94 84-72 100-66 89-91 83-97 69-101 82-84 † 104-88 82-85

1968-69

8-16

NIC Record: 3-9 (5th Place, Tie) Coach: Dave Cade 11/30 Northland 12/2 Lake Superior State 12/27 Wisconsin-Whitewater 12/28 Dominican 1/4 Ferris State 1/8 Northern Michigan 1/10 Mankato State* 1/11 Winona State* 1/15 St. Norbert 1/17 St. Cloud State* 1/18 Minnesota-Morris* 1/24 Moorhead State* 1/25 Bemidji State* 1/29 Lake Superior State* 2/1 Eastern Michigan 2/8 Wayne State 2/14 St. Cloud State* 2/15 Minnesota-Morris* 2/19 Northland 2/21 Bemidji State* 2/22 Moorhead State* 2/24 Winona State* 2/26 Northern Michigan 2/28 Mankato State*

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1969-70

8-18

98-73 102-93 81-86 77-93 84-74 67-106 88-72 56-79 85-87 79-89 84-87 84-92 72-91 115-121 † 57-76 79-71 70-81 91-113 104-89 92-88 71-90 64-74 86-90 108-87

NIC Record: 2-10 (7th Place) Coach: Dave Cade 12/1 Lake Superior State W 105-75 12/4 Northern Michigan L 66-109 12/6 Northland W 98-89 12/17 J.F. Kennedy$ L 95-99 12/18 Eastern Illinois$ W 96-79 12/19 Midwestern$ W 79-72 1/3 Wayne State L 74-80 1/5 Eastern Michigan L 70-115 1/9 St. Cloud State* L 69-84 1/10 Minnesota-Morris* W 90-66 1/16 Bemidji State* L 68-70 1/17 Moorhead State* L 90-100 1/23 Southwest State* W 85-72 1/24 Winona State* L 58-66 1/26 Wisconsin-Green Bay L 67-84 1/27 St. Norbert L 81-117 2/2 Lake Superior State W 96-92 2/3 Ferris State L 88-99 2/13 St. Cloud State* L 48-83 2/14 Minnesota-Morris* L 67-69 2/18 Northland W 114-107 2/20 Bemidji State* L 67-70 2/21 Moorhead State* L 83-85 2/24 Northern Michigan L 88-97 2/27 Winona State* L 66-80 2/28 Southwest State* L 87-105 $-Parsons Holiday Tournament

1970-71

1971-72

48 Michigan Technological University

8-17

NIC Record: 4-8 (5th Place) Coach: Dave Cade 12/1 Wisconsin L 12/4 Northern Michigan L 12/6 Northland W 12/7 Lake Superior State L 12/21 Roosevelt$ W 12/22 Chicago State$ L 12/23 St. Xavier$ L 1/8 Ferris State L 1/11 Northland W 1/14 Minnesota-Morris* W 1/15 Southwest State* W 1/21 Moorhead State* L 1/22 Bemidji State* L 1/25 St. Norbert L 1/28 Winona State* L 1/29 St. Cloud State* W 2/1 Wisconsin-Green Bay W 2/5 Southwest State* W 2/6 Minnesota-Morris* L 2/9 Northern Michigan L 2/11 Moorhead State* L 2/12 Bemidji State* L 2/18 Winona State* L 2/19 St. Cloud State* L 2/26 Lake Superior State L $-Windy City Classic

1972-73

Larry Grimes (196872) is Michigan Tech’s all-time leading scorer, recording 2,360 points over his MTU career. He averaged 24.6 points per game through four seasons with the Huskies, and earned All-Northern Intercollegiate Conference honors each of those four years. Grimes also ranks fourth all-time in career rebounds with 747.

10-14

NIC Record: 6-6 (4th Place) Coach: Dave Cade 12/1 Lake Superior State L 78-98 12/2 Ferris State W 94-91 12/5 Wisconsin L 70-114 12/10 Northern Michigan L 69-91 12/12 Northland W 103-77 12/28 Alma$ L 80-102 12/29 Geneseo State$ L 88-99 1/9 St. Norbert W 101-98 1/15 Minnesota-Morris* W 85-75 1/16 Southwest State* L 79-83 1/20 Wisconsin-Green Bay L 90-101 1/22 Moorhead State* L 82-98 1/23 Bemidji State* W 91-67 1/27 Northland W 98-92 † 1/29 Winona State* W 74-67 1/30 St. Cloud State* L 74-95 2/5 Minnesota-Morris* W 70-60 2/6 Southwest State* W 87-77 2/10 Northern Michigan L 91-92 2/12 Bemidji State* L 80-83 2/13 Moorhead State* L 72-98 2/19 Winona State* W 85-77 2/20 St. Cloud State* L 77-80 2/27 Lake Superior State L 89-104 $-Alma Christmas Tournament

74-107 80-103 90-59 83-95 116-97 83-84 83-94 82-104 81-78 69-67 116-101 79-96 68-93 89-98 75-94 106-84 80-76 95-90 81-84 90-98 88-92 87-97 74-99 84-86 90-117

8-15

NIC Record: 4-8 (6th Place) Coach: Bill Gappy 11/25 Northland W 11/30 Saginaw Valley State W 12/4 Lake Superior State L 12/6 Northern Michigan L 12/8 St. Norbert L 12/29 Ferris State$ L 12/30 Lake Superior State$ L 1/10 Northland W 1/12 Bemidji State* W 1/13 Moorhead State* W 1/19 St. Cloud State* L 1/20 Winona State* L 1/26 Southwest State* W 1/27 Minnesota-Morris* L 2/1 Bemidji State* L 2/2 Moorhead State* L 2/9 St. Cloud State* L 2/10 Winona State* L 2/16 Southwest State* W 2/17 Minnesota-Morris* L 2/21 Wisconsin-Green Bay W 2/26 Northern Michigan L 3/1 Lake Superior State L $-Boyne Country Classic

73-45 77-55 50-55 54-57 77-79 ‡ 57-101 67-77 68-63 62-60 † 64-62 † 65-71 69-112 61-58 68-69 60-72 50-69 65-79 77-84 73-59 68-75 72-44 86-87 71-72

1973-74

9-16

NIC Record: 6-6 (4th Place, Tie) Coach: Bill Gappy 12/3 Racine College 12/6 Northern Michigan 12/8 Lake Superior State 12/12 Wayne State 12/14 Oakland 12/15 Saginaw Valley State 1/11 Bemidji State* 1/12 Moorhead State* 1/16 Northland 1/18 St. Cloud State* 1/19 Winona State* 1/24 Wisconsin-Green Bay 1/25 Southwest State* 1/26 Minnesota-Morris* 1/29 St. Norbert 1/31 Bemidji State* 2/2 Racine College 2/5 St. Cloud State* 2/8 Winona State* 2/9 Northland 2/13 Southwest State* 2/15 Minnesota-Morris* 2/16 Moorhead State* 2/25 Northern Michigan 2/27 Lake Superior State

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1974-75

10-14

NIC Record: 4-8 (7th Place) Coach: Bill Gappy 12/6 Wayne State W 12/7 Oakland W 12/10 Northern Michigan L 12/13 Lake Superior State L 12/18 Wisconsin-Superior L 1/3 Saginaw Valley State$ W 1/4 Lake Superior State$ L 1/10 Minnesota-Morris* L 1/11 Southwest State* L 1/17 Moorhead State* L 1/18 Bemidji State* W 1/24 Winona State* L 1/25 St. Cloud State* L 1/29 Northland W 1/31 Minnesota-Morris* W 2/1 Southwest State* W 2/4 Lake Superior State L 2/7 Moorhead State* L 2/8 Bemidji State* L 2/12 Winona State* L 2/15 St. Cloud State* W 2/17 Northern Michigan L 2/20 Saginaw Valley State W 2/22 St. Norbert W $-Big Brother Tournament

1975-76

NIC Record: 8-4 (2nd Place, Tie) Coach: Bill Gappy 11/29 Eastern Michigan 12/1 Saginaw Valley State 12/5 Lakehead 12/6 Lakehead 12/9 Northern Michigan 12/13 Lake Superior State 12/16 Wisconsin-Superior 1/9 Minnesota-Morris* 1/10 Southwest State* 1/14 Northland 1/16 Moorhead State* 1/17 Bemidji State* 1/23 Winona State* 1/24 St. Cloud State* 1/30 Minnesota-Morris* 1/31 Southwest State* 2/2 St. Norbert 2/5 Moorhead State* 2/6 Bemidji State* 2/14 St. Cloud State* 2/16 Winona State* 2/18 Northern Michigan 2/25 Lake Superior State

59-62 63-64 57-59 58-60 49-57 90-58 67-80 68-80 73-75 75-82 69-87 44-76 75-69 68-66 80-79 72-59 52-45 67-76 77-86 84-90 77-66 72-59 69-58 68-88 70-81

70-53 67-63 † 58-73 67-84 59-62 71-68 61-68 49-68 59-64 66-75 92-82 60-77 64-71 † 69-54 69-62 64-62 62-65 72-92 68-83 66-72 † 56-52 47-61 83-70 92-91

13-10 L L W W L L W W W W W L W W L L L W W L W W L

63-75 68-74 ‡ 114-54 87-62 71-78 77-81 86-74 76-68 101-95 § 94-78 85-60 61-70 87-76 90-72 79-98 60-64 63-82 94-77 104-74 62-76 85-65 88-74 74-88


1976-77

13-11

NIC Record: 7-7 (4th Place) Coach: Bill Gappy 11/27 Northland 12/1 Lake Superior State 12/4 Northern Michigan 12/11 St. Norbert 12/28 Lakehead-Lakehead 12/29 Lakehead-Brandon 12/30 Lakehead-St. Andrews 1/8 Southwest State* 1/10 Bemidji State* 1/13 Winona State* 1/15 Minnesota Duluth* 1/20 Lake Superior State 1/22 Minnesota-Morris* 1/26 Northland 1/28 Southwest State* 1/29 Northern Michigan 2/1 St. Cloud State* 2/4 Winona State* 2/5 Bemidji State* 2/9 Minnesota Duluth* 2/12 St. Cloud State* 2/14 Moorhead State* 2/18 Moorhead State* 2/19 Minnesota-Morris*

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1977-78

14-10

94-70 69-76 50-70 84-76 53-65 84-41 60-63 57-78 63-59 69-79 62-56 66-52 47-51 61-58 63-55 44-38 59-55 67-73 68-56 58-64 68-57 76-69 80-96 49-81

NIC Record: 8-6 (4th Place) Coach: Bill Gappy 11/25 Aquinas 11/26 Aquinas 11/28 Northland 11/30 Lake Superior State 12/9 St. Norbert 12/17 Lake Superior State 12/21 Northern Michigan 1/3 Northland 1/7 Minnesota Duluth* 1/12 Winona State* 1/14 St. Cloud State* 1/17 Saginaw Valley State# 1/20 Southwest State* 1/21 Minnesota-Morris* 1/25 Minnesota Duluth* 1/27 Bemidji State* 1/28 Moorhead State* 2/2 St. Cloud State* 2/4 Winona State* 2/7 Northern Michigan 2/10 Southwest State* 2/11 Minnesota-Morris* 2/17 Bemidji State* 2/18 Moorhead State* #-Forfeit

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1978-79

13-13

NIC Record: 8-8 (6th Place) Coach: Bill Gappy 11/28 Northland 12/4 Lake Superior State 12/9 Eastern Michigan 12/11 Aquinas 12/14 Lake Superior State 12/16 Mankato State* 12/19 Winona State* 1/6 Minnesota Duluth* 1/8 Northern Michigan 1/12 Bemidji State* 1/13 Moorhead State* 1/20 St. Cloud State* 1/26 Southwest State* 1/27 Minnesota-Morris* 1/30 Mankato State* 2/1 Saginaw Valley State 2/3 Winona State* 2/7 Northern Michigan 2/8 Northland 2/10 Minnesota Duluth* 2/12 St. Norbert 2/16 Bemidji State* 2/17 Moorhead State* 2/24 St. Cloud State* 2/26 Minnesota-Morris* 2/27 Southwest State*

Key: *conference game home games in bold

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1979-80

72-64 69-63 59-56 68-79 65-77 50-55 72-69 78-68 80-62 82-56 63-64 N/A 63-45 53-43 59-69 55-57 67-70 79-75 80-57 65-70 69-83 46-53 92-69 70-60

77-66 66-55 53-93 70-79 77-69 58-74 103-69 96-77 58-64 57-60 68-76 70-56 75-59 59-62 65-81 66-56 59-54 54-58 48-53 44-51 90-52 90-69 82-79 61-67 76-81 68-55

† overtime game ‡ double overtime game § triple overtime game Ø four overtime game

22-5

NIC Record: 16-2 (1st Place) Coach: Bill Gappy 11/30 Ferris State 12/1 Lake Superior State 12/5 Northern Michigan 12/10 Lake Superior State 12/14 Moorhead State* 12/15 Bemidji State* 12/18 Minnesota-Morris* 12/21 Northern State* 1/4 Winona State* 1/5 Mankato State* 1/11 Southwest State* 1/12 St. Cloud State* 1/16 Lake Superior State 1/19 Minnesota Duluth* 1/21 St. Norbert 1/25 Minnesota-Morris* 1/26 Northern State* 1/29 Northland 1/31 Moorhead State* 2/2 Bemidji State* 2/4 Northern Michigan 2/8 Winona State* 2/9 Mankato State* 2/15 Southwest State* 2/16 St. Cloud State* 2/22 Northland 2/23 Minnesota Duluth*

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1980-81

17-8

1982-83

63-60 58-57 60-75 61-62 55-57 91-84 60-45 86-64 72-59 68-64 94-65 79-61 105-68 87-64 73-66 † 71-50 74-79 86-53 78-65 61-45 54-66 85-65 87-64 66-55 73-62 82-75 91-63

GLIAC Record: 11-5 (2nd Place, Tie) Coach: Bill Gappy 12/4 Northern Michigan W 66-57 12/7 St. Scholastica W 69-55 12/11 Lake Superior State* W 104-63 12/13 Ferris State* L 63-72 12/18 Grand Valley State* W 76-75 12/20 Hillsdale* L 51-86 12/29 Lake Superior State$ L 63-65 12/30 Calvin$ L 55-68 1/8 Oakland* W 92-86 1/10 Saginaw Valley State* W 74-67 1/15 Wayne State* W 70-65 † 1/17 Northwood* L 59-63 1/19 St. Norbert W 75-48 1/22 Grand Valley State* W 71-70 1/24 Hillsdale* W 55-54 1/26 Northland W 64-52 1/29 Oakland* W 68-47 1/31 Saginaw Valley State* L 52-72 2/5 Wayne State* W 79-64 2/7 Northwood* W 89-44 2/9 St. Scholastica W 105-54 2/11 Northern Michigan L 59-62 † 2/14 Ferris State* L 70-87 2/16 Northland W 104-73 2/19 Lake Superior State* W 71-57 $-Marshall Optimist Tournament

1981-82

GLIAC Record: 8-8 (4th Place, Tie) Coach: Bill Gappy 11/28 St. Cloud State 12/1 Northland 12/10 Lake Superior State* 12/12 Ferris State* 12/15 Northern Michigan 12/19 Hillsdale* 1/3 St. Scholastica 1/7 Oakland* 1/9 Saginaw Valley State* 1/14 Wayne State* 1/16 Northwood* 1/21 Grand Valley State* 1/23 Hillsdale* 1/28 Oakland* 1/30 Saginaw Valley State* 2/2 St. Scholastica 2/4 Wayne State* 2/6 Northwood* 2/8 Northern Michigan 2/11 Northland 2/13 Ferris State* 2/15 St. Norbert 2/18 Lake Superior State* 2/20 Grand Valley State*

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56-49 90-49 88-63 51-61 52-53 40-58 76-67 52-67 58-65 59-58 55-54 62-54 75-72 66-68 65-75 97-59 88-77 86-73 63-65 54-52 54-65 57-77 83-72 61-67

9-17

GLIAC Record: 5-11 (6th Place) Coach: Bill Gappy 11/27 St. Cloud State L 57-63 11/29 Northland W 73-64 12/2 St. Scholastica W 74-64 12/8 Northern Michigan L 56-66 12/10 Hillsdale$ L 62-81 12/11 Laurentian$ L 68-80 12/16 Lake Superior State* W 75-73 1/6 Grand Valley State* L 65-74 1/8 Ferris State* W 59-57 † 1/13 Saginaw Valley State* L 57-84 1/15 Northwood* L 86-89 1/17 Northland W 90-62 1/20 Wayne State* W 61-57 1/22 Oakland* L 67-77 1/24 St. Norbert L 59-76 1/26 Northern Michigan L 75-89 1/29 Hillsdale* L 64-66 1/31 Lake Superior State* L 94-97 2/3 St. Scholastica W 72-65 2/5 Ferris State* L 53-75 2/7 Grand Valley State* L 80-93 2/10 Saginaw Valley State* L 60-73 2/12 Northwood* W 74-72 2/17 Wayne State* L 49-63 2/19 Oakland* W 73-67 † 2/26 Hillsdale* L 73-77 $-Lake Superior State Tournament

1983-84

10-15

GLIAC Record: 6-10 (7th Place) Coach: Mike Moran 11/19 Northland 11/26 Minnesota Duluth 11/27 St. Scholastica 12/7 Northern Michigan 12/9 Olivet 12/12 Minnesota Duluth 12/15 Lake Superior State* 1/5 Grand Valley State* 1/7 Ferris State* 1/9 St. Scholastica 1/12 Saginaw Valley State* 1/14 Northwood* 1/16 Northland 1/19 Wayne State* 1/21 Oakland* 1/25 Northern Michigan 1/28 Hillsdale* 1/30 Lake Superior State* 2/2 Grand Valley State* 2/4 Ferris State* 2/9 Saginaw Valley State* 2/11 Northwood* 2/16 Wayne State* 2/18 Oakland* 2/25 Hillsdale*

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1984-85

5-19

GLIAC Record: 3-13 (9th Place) Coach: Bill Gappy 11/23 Lake Superior State$ 11/24 Northwood$ 12/1 Minnesota Duluth 12/3 Northern Michigan 12/5 Minnesota Duluth 12/17 Lake Superior State* 12/20 Hillsdale* 1/3 Grand Valley State* 1/5 Ferris State* 1/10 Saginaw Valley State* 1/12 Northwood* 1/17 Wayne State* 1/19 Oakland* 1/21 Northland 1/24 Northern Michigan 1/26 Northland 1/31 Grand Valley State* 2/2 Ferris State* 2/4 Lake Superior State* 2/7 Saginaw Valley State* 2/9 Northwood* 2/14 Wayne State* 2/16 Oakland* 2/23 Hillsdale* $-Laker Classic

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12-15

GLIAC Record: 6-10 (6th Place, Tie) Coach: Steve Brown 11/26 Northland W 11/30 Wisconsin-Superior W 12/3 St. Scholastica W 12/6 Lake Superior State$ W 12/7 Northern Michigan$ L 12/10 Northland W 12/12 St. Scholastica W 12/14 Northern Michigan L 12/16 Lake Superior State* W 12/20 Wisconsin-Superior L 12/21 Minnesota Duluth L 1/4 Ferris State* L 1/6 Grand Valley State* L 1/9 Saginaw Valley State* L 1/11 Northwood* L 1/16 Wayne State* L 1/18 Oakland* W 1/22 Northern Michigan L 1/25 Hillsdale* W 1/27 Lake Superior State* L 1/30 Grand Valley State* L 2/1 Ferris State* W 2/6 Saginaw Valley State* L 2/8 Northwood* W 2/13 Wayne State* L 2/15 Oakland* W 2/22 Hillsdale* L $-Upper Peninsula Classic

1986-87

72-68 51-58 88-63 63-80 52-71 57-74 84-82 † 65-74 55-80 68-52 55-67 84-74 87-63 74-87 76-86 72-92 59-57 66-77 60-75 69-66 64-69 73-69 63-66 † 78-74 66-80

64-65 79-83 56-60 71-82 61-71 58-72 57-77 82-90 54-62 56-65 80-78 75-66 59-62 72-58 78-80 100-62 73-91 57-72 66-72 48-78 81-76 43-61 69-72 79-85

1985-86

12-16

GLIAC Record: 7-9 (5th Place) Coaches: Steve Brown, Geof Kotila 11/21 St. John’s (Minn.)$ L 11/22 Northwestern (Minn.)$ W 11/25 Northland W 11/29 Wisconsin-Superior L 12/1 Northland W 12/6 Minnesota Duluth# L 12/7 Lake Superior State# L 12/9 St. Norbert W 12/12 Minnesota Duluth W 12/13 Wisconsin-Superior L 12/15 Lake Superior State* W 1/7 Northern Michigan L 1/10 Hillsdale* W 1/15 Ferris State* W 1/17 Grand Valley State* W 1/19 Lake Superior State* L 1/22 Northwood* L 1/24 Saginaw Valley State* L 1/29 Oakland* L 1/31 Wayne State* W 2/5 Northern Michigan L 2/7 Hillsdale* W 2/12 Ferris State* L 2/14 Grand Valley State* L 2/19 Northwood* W 2/21 Saginaw Valley State* L 2/26 Oakland* L 2/28 Wayne State* L $-Mankato Tipoff Classic

1987-88

110-78 92-71 101-65 81-80 68-76 107-70 94-66 80-91 93-88 67-75 68-98 64-68 76-83 66-68 74-106 60-64 85-72 73-116 76-59 65-69 62-69 92-88 60-77 76-75 67-73 91-84 62-81

50-58 92-71 101-94 77-98 93-75 63-73 72-86 62-45 67-64 63-73 96-87 70-84 84-73 88-64 71-69 79-83 71-79 62-79 68-73 94-73 83-95 91-90 59-66 78-82 103-90 60-68 60-71 63-66

12-16

GLIAC Record: 6-10 (6th Place) Coach: Geof Kotila 11/21 Wisconsin-Superior W 11/24 Minnesota Duluth L 11/27 Southwest State$ L 11/28 Mayville State$ W 11/30 Northland W 12/1 Wisconsin-Superior L 12/4 Northern Michigan# L 12/5 Lake Superior State# L 12/10 Northland W 12/12 St. Norbert W 12/15 St. Scholastica W 12/17 Lake Superior State* W 1/7 Oakland* W 1/9 Wayne State* L 1/13 Northern Michigan* W 1/16 Hillsdale* W 1/18 Lake Superior State* L 1/21 Ferris State* L 1/23 Grand Valley State* W 1/30 Saginaw Valley State* L 2/4 Oakland* L 2/6 Wayne State* L 2/10 Northern Michigan* W 2/13 Hillsdale* L 2/18 Ferris State* L 2/20 Grand Valley State* L 2/25 Northwood L 2/27 Saginaw Valley State* L $-Hardees Tipoff Classic #-Upper Peninsula Classic

96-95 † 66-72 74-88 86-65 95-70 68-73 64-75 64-71 90-62 79-73 80-49 68-59 89-80 69-85 89-83 110-86 68-69 65-82 70-69 † 57-58 64-73 96-103 74-71 75-92 84-93 76-95 72-81 64-73

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Records

2009-10 Men’s Basketball

1988-89

8-19

GLIAC Record: 2-14 (9th Place) Coach: Geof Kotila 11/22 Northland L 11/28 Wisconsin-Superior L 11/29 Minnesota Duluth L 12/3 Mount Senario W 12/5 Northland W 12/7 Northern Michigan* L 12/9 Lake Superior State$ W 12/10 Aquinas$ L 12/13 Wisconsin-Superior W 12/19 Minnesota Duluth W 1/5 Hillsdale* L 1/12 Grand Valley State* L 1/14 Ferris State* L 1/19 Saginaw Valley State* L 1/21 Lake Superior State* L 1/26 Wayne State* L 1/28 Oakland* L 2/2 Hillsdale* L 2/4 Northwood W 2/6 Northern Michigan* L 2/9 Grand Valley State* L 2/11 Ferris State* L 2/13 St. Norbert L 2/16 Saginaw Valley State* W 2/18 Lake Superior State* W 2/23 Wayne State* L 2/25 Oakland* L $-Upper Peninsula Classic

1989-90

12-15

GLIAC Record: 6-10 (5th Place, Tie) Coach: Geof Kotila 11/21 Northland W 11/29 Minnesota Duluth L 12/2 Wisconsin-Superior W 12/6 Northern Michigan* L 12/9 Wisconsin-Milwaukee W 12/11 Minnesota Duluth L 12/13 Wisconsin-Green Bay L 12/16 Mount Senario W 12/18 St. Norbert W 1/3 Wisconsin-Superior L 1/6 Hillsdale* W 1/11 Ferris State* L 1/13 Grand Valley State* L 1/18 Lake Superior State* W 1/20 Saginaw Valley State* W 1/25 Oakland* L 1/27 Wayne State* W 1/30 Northland W 2/1 Northwood L 2/3 Hillsdale* L 2/8 Ferris State* L 2/10 Grand Valley State* L 2/12 Northern Michigan* W 2/15 Lake Superior State* L 2/17 Saginaw Valley State* W 2/22 Oakland* L 2/24 Wayne State* L #-Upper Peninsula Classic

1990-91

GLIAC Record: 3-13 (9th Place) Coach: Geof Kotila 11/20 Northland 11/23 North Dakota State 12/1 Northwood 12/3 Northland 12/8 Northern Michigan* 12/13 St. Norbert 12/15 St. Cloud State 12/18 Minnesota Duluth 1/3 Hillsdale* 1/7 Minnesota Duluth 1/10 Grand Valley State* 1/12 Ferris State* 1/14 Wis.-Stevens Point 1/17 Saginaw Valley State* 1/19 Lake Superior State* 1/24 Wayne State* 1/26 Oakland* 1/28 Northern Michigan* 1/31 Hillsdale* 2/3 Carroll 2/7 Grand Valley State* 2/9 Ferris State* 2/14 Saginaw Valley State* 2/16 Lake Superior State* 2/21 Wayne State* 2/23 Oakland*

71-72 75-77 51-72 80-72 80-67 54-71 60-47 77-84 74-65 59-50 54-70 85-98 79-89 76-88 81-90 70-73 79-96 64-78 108-89 61-75 70-89 71-92 69-79 72-68 85-76 77-87 67-87

62-54 67-70 † 74-55 71-75 78-70 43-67 57-67 58-53 76-74 † 49-56 76-69 77-86 67-77 72-66 70-61 75-87 66-63 96-71 73-81 75-80 68-71 85-87 † 72-71 64-76 61-59 79-95 82-84

7-19 W L W W L L L L L L W L L L L L L L W W L L L W L L

89-71 73-79 † 82-70 79-68 71-78 71-73 † 87-106 56-83 53-90 49-72 86-83 74-83 76-89 67-68 57-70 73-85 69-80 67-81 100-98 89-75 64-82 60-73 66-76 68-67 57-80 81-106

1991-92

14-13

GLIAC Record: 8-8 (4th Place, Tie) Coach: Geof Kotila 11/29 Edgewood# W 95-76 11/30 Wisconsin-Oshkosh# L 94-105 12/6 North Dakota State W 104-84 12/7 St. Cloud State W 96-86 12/14 Northland W 90-70 12/18 Minnesota Duluth L 62-75 12/27 Daemen$ W 115-104† 12/28 O.L. St. Mary’s$ L 76-99 1/7 Minnesota Duluth L 65-77 1/11 Hillsdale* L 74-82 1/13 Northern Michigan* W 102-100 1/16 Ferris State* W 86-76 1/18 Grand Valley State* L 84-96 1/23 Lake Superior State* W 81-65 1/25 Saginaw Valley State* W 96-84 1/28 Hillsdale* W 91-86 1/30 Oakland* W 71-67 2/1 Wayne State* L 93-95 2/4 Northland W 96-84 2/10 Wis.-Stevens Point L 66-96 2/13 Ferris State* W 66-65 2/15 Grand Valley State* L 91-93 † 2/17 Northern Michigan* W 76-72 2/20 Lake Superior State* L 83-89 2/22 Saginaw Valley State* L 57-60 † 2/27 Oakland* L 59-78 2/29 Wayne State* L 85-87 #-Wisconsin-Oshkosh Titan Classic $-Orchard Lake St. Mary’s Alumni Classic

1992-93

13-13

GLIAC Record: 5-11 (8th Place) Coach: Geof Kotila 11/28 North Dakota State W 12/1 Minnesota Duluth W 12/3 Denver L 12/10 Grand Valley State* W 12/12 Ferris State* L 12/17 Northwood W 12/19 Lake Superior State* L 1/2 Missouri-Rolla# W 1/3 SIU-Edwardsville# W 1/7 Saginaw Valley State* W 1/9 Oakland* L 1/14 Hillsdale* L 1/16 Wayne State* L 1/23 Northern Michigan* L 1/28 Grand Valley State* W 1/30 Ferris State* L 2/4 Northwood W 2/6 Lake Superior State* L 2/8 Northern Michigan* W 2/11 Saginaw Valley State* L 2/13 Oakland* L 2/18 Hillsdale* W 2/20 Wayne State* L 2/25 Minnesota Duluth L 2/26 Wis.-Stevens Point W 3/1 Wisconsin-Parkside W #-Missouri-Rolla Pepsi-Cola Shootout

1993-94

91-57 59-48 73-86 74-67 83-87 † 123-76 73-82 79-67 81-75 84-78 72-75 72-82 80-101 94-110 79-61 66-104 127-86 82-87 73-69 78-81 71-84 89-73 97-103 73-75 73-55 74-65

11-15

GLIAC Record: 6-12 (8th Place, Tie) Coach: Geof Kotila 11/20 Minnesota Duluth L 63-65 11/22 North Dakota State W 85-72 11/26 St. Olaf# W 63-60 11/27 Wisconsin-Oshkosh# L 68-73 12/1 Minnesota Duluth W 85-81 12/4 Wayne State* W 80-72 12/11 Northern Michigan* W 83-70 12/18 Hillsdale* L 81-85 12/27 Southern California Coll. W 105-66 12/29 Biola L 87-92 1/4 Wis.-Stevens Point W 68-63 1/6 Grand Valley State* L 71-82 1/8 Ferris State* L 75-78 1/13 Northwood* W 107-87 1/15 Lake Superior State* L 78-85 1/20 Saginaw Valley State* L 83-96 1/22 Oakland* L 79-82 1/27 Hillsdale* L 70-99 1/29 Wayne State* L 76-97 2/5 Northern Michigan* L 73-89 2/10 Grand Valley State* W 95-83 2/12 Ferris State* L 81-89 2/17 Northwood* W 90-77 2/19 Lake Superior State* L 104-109 † 2/24 Saginaw Valley State* L 82-95 2/26 Oakland* W 94-88 #-Wisconsin-Oshkosh Holiday Tournament

50 Michigan Technological University

1994-95

16-12

GLIAC Record: 11-7 (3rd Place, Tie) Coach: Kevin Luke 11/18 Moorhead State$ L 77-82 11/19 Minnesota-Morris$ L 54-66 11/21 Minnesota Duluth W 61-57 11/25 Central Arkansas% L 62-73 11/26 Metro State% W 73-59 12/2 Colorado Mines# L 56-60 12/3 UC-Springs# W 69-63 12/10 Northern Michigan* W 66-63 12/12 Minnesota Duluth W 89-81 1/5 Hillsdale* L 77-86 1/7 Wayne State* L 68-83 1/12 Grand Valley State* L 74-75 1/14 Ferris State* W 87-71 1/19 Oakland* W 83-71 1/21 Saginaw Valley State* L 68-78 1/26 Northwood* W 84-67 1/28 Lake Superior State* W 87-74 1/30 Northern Michigan* L 64-73 2/2 Northwood* W 74-71 2/4 Lake Superior State* W 84-76 2/9 Oakland* W 88-79 2/11 Saginaw Valley State* W 91-65 2/16 Grand Valley State* W 73-68 2/18 Ferris State* L 84-93 2/23 Hillsdale* W 73-68 2/25 Wayne State* L 59-71 3/3 Oakland@ L 81-95 3/4 Ferris State@ W 88-84 $-Minnesota-Morris Cougar Classic %-Mankato State Tournament #-Colorado School of Mines Tournament @-GLIAC Post-Season Tournament

1995-96

18-11

1996-97

13-13

1997-98

18-10

GLIAC Record: 12-6 (Tie-1st Place-North Division) Coach: Kevin Luke 11/14 Moorhead State W 84-71 11/15 Valley City State W 85-63 11/19 Northland W 94-54 11/25 Minnesota Duluth W 71-69 11/29 Wisconsin-Green Bay L 56-61 12/4 Wayne State* W 74-58 12/6 Ashland* W 83-67 12/13 Lewis L 73-78 † 12/15 Indianapolis W 78-62 12/29 Minnesota Duluth W 75-69 1/2 Gannon* W 75-51 1/3 Mercyhurst* L 69-71 1/8 Hillsdale* W 66-61 1/10 Findlay* W 81-71 1/15 Saginaw Valley State* W 60-57 1/17 Northwood* L 61-72 1/22 Grand Valley State* W 98-81 1/24 Ferris State* W 81-76 1/26 Northern Michigan* L 71-73 1/31 Lake Superior State* W 101-81 2/5 Saginaw Valley State* L 73-79 2/7 Northwood* W 82-75 2/12 Grand Valley State* W 81-78 2/14 Ferris State* L 68-78 2/16 Northern Michigan* W 89-64 2/21 Lake Superior State* L 66-72 2/26 Mercyhurst@ W 77-67 2/27 Northern Michigan@ W 74-65 2/28 Ferris State@ L 62-71 3/5 Lewis^ W 76-73 3/6 Kentucky Wesleyan^ L 68-78 ^-NCAA II Great Lakes Regional

GLIAC Record: 12-6 (3rd Place) Coach: Kevin Luke 11/18 Wisconsin-Parkside W 70-50 11/24 Moorhead State% W 71-63 11/25 Northern State% L 65-99 11/28 Minnesota Duluth W 96-74 12/2 Minnesota-Morris L 81-89 † 12/4 Northern Michigan* L 64-70 12/9 Oakland* W 63-61 12/13 Minnesota Duluth L 60-67 12/16 Wisconsin-Green Bay L 52-60 1/4 Northwood* W 87-70 1/6 Grand Valley State* W 73-64 1/11 Wayne State* W 87-83 1/13 Ashland* L 58-75 1/18 Mercyhurst* W 80-45 1/20 Gannon* W 82-61 1/22 Northland W 99-60 1/25 Hillsdale* W 77-60 1/27 Saginaw Valley State* L 76-78 † 2/1 Ferris State* W 83-67 2/3 Lake Superior State* W 70-64 2/8 Northern Michigan* W 66-56 2/10 Oakland* L 78-87 2/15 Ferris State* W 70-51 2/17 Grand Valley State* W 67-52 2/19 Lake Superior State* L 78-93 2/22 Saginaw Valley State* L 53-79 2/29 Northern Michigan@ W 75-67 3/1 Lake Superior State@ L 72-75 3/2 Saginaw Valley State@ W 90-72 %-Northern State Tip-Off Classic @-GLIAC Post-Season Tournament GLIAC Record: 9-9 (5th Place-North Division) Coach: Kevin Luke 11/16 Northland W 99-73 11/22 Drury@ W 82-61 11/23 Mankato State@ L 77-92 11/26 Minnesota Duluth L 72-77 11/29 Moorhead State% W 95-90 11/30 Northern State% L 75-80 12/5 Hillsdale* L 68-74 12/7 Wayne State* L 66-78 12/12 Gannon* W 74-59 12/14 Mercyhurst* W 65-47 12/17 Northland Baptist W 94-55 12/29 Minnesota Duluth L 69-78 1/2 Grand Valley State* L 67-71 † 1/4 Ferris State* W 69-61 1/9 Saginaw Valley State* L 64-67 1/11 Northwood* W 82-63 1/18 Lake Superior State* L 79-84 1/20 Northern Michigan* W 65-51 1/25 Oakland* L 89-91 † 2/1 Ashland* W 87-75 2/6 Grand Valley State* L 64-65 2/8 Ferris State* L 60-64 2/13 Saginaw Valley State* W 82-77 ‡ 2/15 Northwood* W 75-56 2/17 Northern Michigan* W 92-81 2/22 Lake Superior State* L 95-104 @-First Bank Tip-Off Classic %-Northern State Tip-Off Classic

Mike Kissman (1993-96, 97-98) scored 1,446 points and grabbed 612 rebounds during his four seasons in a Huskies uniform. He ranks 10th at Tech in both categories. Kissman led MTU in free throw percentage (.754) during the 1994-95 campaign with the fifth-most free throws made in school history (117).


1998-99

17-12

1999-2000

21-10

GLIAC Record: 9-10 (Tie-4th place-North Division) Coach: Kevin Luke 11/14 Minnesota-Morris W 88-64 11/21 Westminster* L 58-61 11/23 Minnesota Duluth W 81-68 11/27 Northern State# L 78-88 11/28 Moorhead State# W 92-79 12/3 Wayne State* L 49-90 12/5 Ashland* L 63-77 12/11 Northland W 96-54 12/19 Moorhead State W 88-45 12/29 Minnesota Duluth W 64-60 1/2 Gannon* W 68-63 1/3 Mercyhurst* W 94-69 1/7 Hillsdale* W 78-66 1/9 Findlay* L 70-82 1/14 Saginaw Valley State* W 73-51 1/16 Northwood* L 82-84 1/18 Northern Michigan* L 62-67 1/21 Grand Valley State* L 84-86 1/23 Ferris State* W 65-61 1/30 Lake Superior State* W 73-59 2/4 Saginaw Valley State* L 67-71 2/6 Northwood* L 76-82 2/11 Grand Valley State* L 76-81 2/13 Ferris State* W 79-69 2/15 Northern Michigan* W 83-61 2/20 Lake Superior State* W 76-70 2/25 Northern Michigan@ W 61-55 2/26 Ashland@ W 76-75 2/27 Wayne State@ L 53-67 #-Northern State Thanksgiving Classic GLIAC Record: 13-6 (2nd place-North Division) Coach: Kevin Luke 11/19 Northern Michigan W 72-62 11/22 Westminster* W 103-97 11/27 Minnesota-Morris W 80-46 12/2 Wayne State* W 61-60 12/4 Ashland* L 88-96 12/6 Wisconsin-Milwaukee L 52-86 12/9 Northland College W 94-59 12/20 Montana St.-Billings L 81-86 12/21 Rocky Mountain College W 87-67 12/30 Minnesota Duluth W 61-59 1/6 Gannon* L 66-82 1/8 Mercyhurst* W 75-68 1/13 Hillsdale* L 70-73 1/15 Findlay* W 81-69 1/20 Saginaw Valley State* W 98-88 1/22 Northwood* L 69-75 1/27 Grand Valley State* W 87-74 1/29 Ferris State* W 88-66 1/31 Northern Michigan* L 61-76 2/5 Lake Superior State* W 69-56 2/10 Saginaw Valley State* W 81-71 2/12 Northwood* W 79-69 2/14 Northern Michigan* L 68-74 2/17 Grand Valley State* W 71-70 2/19 Ferris State* W 74-63 2/26 Lake Superior State* W 74-72 3/1 Ashland@ W 72-70 3/3 Grand Valley State@ W 91-85 3/4 Northern Michigan@ L 70-73 3/10 Gannon# W 91-86 3/11 Southern Indiana# L 68-85 #-NCAA Great Lakes Regional Tournament

2000-01

21-10

2001-02

27-3

2003-04

22-8

2002-03

29-3

2004-05

18-10

2005-06

14-14

GLIAC Record: 16-2 (1st place-North Division) Coach: Kevin Luke 11/16 Finlandia# W 86-60 11/18 Northern Michigan# W 81-65 11/23 South Dakota State^ W 89-86 11/24 Montevallo^ W 59-56 12/1 Bemidji State W 90-76 12/8 St. Scholastica W 112-67 12/10 Lake Superior State* W 68-67 12/15 Indianapolis W 79-70 12/21 Minnesota Duluth W 77-61 1/3 Gannon* L 60-64 1/5 Ashland* W 79-73 1/7 Mercyhurst* W 75-61 1/10 Hillsdale* W 72-53 1/12 Wayne State* W 71-70 1/14 Findlay* L 80-91 1/17 Saginaw Valley State* W 76-68 1/21 Northern Michigan* W 78-65 1/24 Northwood* W 74-58 1/31 Ferris State* W 77-53 2/2 Grand Valley State* W 80-63 2/5 Northern Michigan* W 72-44 2/9 Saginaw Valley State* W 96-79 2/14 Lake Superior State* W 100-86 2/16 Northwood* W 81-59 2/21 Grand Valley State* W 85-79 2/23 Ferris State* W 91-61 2/27 Wayne State@ W 78-70 3/1 Lake Superior State@ W 88-71 3/2 Northwood@ W 79-65 3/8 Lewis+ L 51-62 #-Houghton Super 8 Classic ^-UMD American Family Classic +-NCAA Great Lakes Regional semifinals ‡ †

† †

GLIAC Record: 11-7 (Tie-1st Place-North Division) Coach: Kevin Luke 11/20 Finlandia W 86-81 11/24 NW Missouri State L 59-79 11/25 Missouri Western State W 72-60 11/28 St. Scholastica W 87-52 12/4 Northern Michigan* L 56-59 12/9 Saginaw Valley State* W 82-69 12/12 Minnesota Duluth W 69-66 12/15 Montana State-Billlings W 69-59 12/16 Montana State-Billlings L 72-81 12/30 Northland W 99-49 1/4 Wayne State* L 66-100 1/6 Hillsdale* L 67-73 1/11 Gannon* L 74-84 1/13 Mercyhurst* W 79-59 1/18 Ashland* L 91-93 † 1/20 Findlay* W 73-51 1/25 Northwood* W 72-60 1/27 Lake Superior State* W 84-68 2/1 Ferris State* W 58-53 2/3 Grand Valley State* W 75-63 2/5 Saginaw Valley State* W 94-84 2/12 Northern Michigan* L 66-72 2/15 Lake Superior State* L 54-60 2/17 Northwood* W 74-53 2/22 Grand Valley State* W 83-75 2/24 Ferris State* W 72-50 3/1 Findlay@ W 60-47 3/2 Gannon@ L 61-64

GLIAC Record: 17-1 (1st place-North Division) Coach: Kevin Luke 11/22 Wisconsin-Stout# W 93-71 11/23 Winona State# W 87-69 11/29 Finlandia W 88-57 12/2 Lake Superior State* W 85-72 12/6 Southwest State^ W 90-77 12/7 Wayne State-Neb.^ W 78-59 12/11 Minnesota Duluth W 81-77 12/14 Bemidji State W 80-70 12/27 Anderson (SC)% W 90-59 12/28 South Dakota State% L 66-67 12/31 Mercyhurst* W 74-73 1/2 Gannon* W 75-61 1/4 Ashland* W 74-53 1/9 Hillsdale* W 67-63 1/11 Wayne State* W 70-56 1/16 Saginaw Valley State* W 90-55 1/18 Findlay* W 75-61 1/25 Northwood* W 79-73 1/27 Northern Michigan* W 70-63 1/30 Ferris State* W 98-82 2/1 Grand Valley State* W 76-64 2/6 Saginaw Valley State* W 91-78 2/10 Northern Michigan* W 79-59 2/13 Lake Superior State* W 82-68 2/15 Northwood* W 79-62 2/20 Grand Valley State* L 40-42 2/22 Ferris State* W 81-53 3/1 Ashland@ W 91-75 3/7 Northern Michigan@ W 68-59 3/8 Findlay@ W 68-66 3/14 Indianapolis+ W 90-75 3/15 Southern Indiana+ L 71-74 #-MSU-Mankato Tournament ^-Southwest State Classic %- South Dakota State Tournament +-NCAA Great Lakes Regional

Key: *conference game home games in bold

† overtime game ‡ double overtime game § triple overtime game Ø four overtime game

GLIAC Record: 13-5 (2nd place-North Division) Coach: Kevin Luke 11/17 Finlandia W 77-62 11/21 Moorhead State^ W 76-59 11/22 North Dakota State^ W 68-48 11/25 Wisconsin-Parkside W 68-58 11/28 Minnesota Duluth# W 72-57 11/29 Winona State# W 75-67 12/4 Northern Michigan* W 52-48 12/10 Northwood* W 65-62 1/3 South Dakota State L 60-64 1/8 Wayne State* L 48-53 1/10 Hillsdale* W 88-69 1/15 Gannon* W 76-71 1/17 Mercyhurst* L 55-79 1/19 Ashland* W 73-60 1/24 Findlay* W 68-63 1/29 Saginaw Valley State* W 73-69 1/31 Lake Superior State* W 83-77 2/5 Ferris State* W 71-55 2/7 Grand Valley State* W 84-67 2/12 Northwood* L 61-63 2/16 Northern Michigan* W 58-56 2/19 Lake Superior State* W 92-76 2/21 Saginaw Valley State* W 91-68 2/26 Grand Valley State* L 63-83 2/28 Ferris State* L 61-70 3/2 Northern Michigan@ W 87-66 3/5 Gannon@ W 69-59 3/6 Findlay@ L 68-73 3/13 Gannon+ W 81-75 3/14 Wayne State+ L 54-57 ^-U.S. Bank Classic #-American Family Classic +-NCAA Great Lakes Regional GLIAC Record: 10-8 (3rd place-North Division) Coach: Kevin Luke 11/19 Northern Kentucky L 53-55 11/20 Christian Brothers W 55-52 11/26 Minnesota Duluth# W 68-65 11/27 St. Cloud State# W 64-58 12/1 Northern Michigan* W 55-54 12/4 Finlandia W 102-68 12/8 Northwood* L 58-63 12/18 South Dakota State W 69-60 12/28 Minnesota Duluth W 82-57 12/30 Northern Kentucky W 79-69 1/3 Ashland* W 74-73 1/6 Wayne State* L 60-64 1/8 Hillsdale* W 91-86 † 1/13 Gannon* W 68-57 1/15 Mercyhurst* W 67-66 1/18 Northern Michigan* L 56-68 1/22 Findlay* L 52-70 1/27 Saginaw Valley State* L 73-74 † 1/29 Lake Superior State* W 86-55 2/3 Ferris State* L 62-65 2/5 Grand Valley State* L 55-60 2/12 Northwood* W 87-68 2/17 Lake Superior State* W 88-78 2/19 Saginaw Valley State* W 85-56 2/24 Grand Valley State* W 76-68 2/26 Ferris State* L 68-72 3/1 Grand Valley State@ W 56-48 3/4 Findlay@ L 57-76 #-American Family Classic (Duluth, Minn.) GLIAC Record: 10-8 (4th place-North Division) Coach: Kevin Luke 11/18 Wisconsin-Parkside^ L 55-72 11/19 Lewis^ L 56-58 11/25 Minnesota Duluth% L 47-59 11/26 St. Cloud State% W 63-56 12/3 Ashland* L 58-70 12/8 Northwood* W 74-65 12/10 Saginaw Valley State* W 52-41 12/17 Findlay* L 55-62 12/21 Minnesota Duluth L 60-73 12/29 Saint Joseph’s L 56-59 1/2 Northern Michigan* L 45-70 1/5 Grand Valley State* W 61-52 1/7 Lake Superior State* W 54-45 1/10 Wisconsin-Parkside W 74-47 1/14 Finlandia W 73-62 1/16 Wisconsin-Superior W 75-46 1/19 Wayne State* W 59-56 1/21 Hillsdale* W 54-44 1/26 Saginaw Valley State* W 60-51 1/28 Northwood* W 60-49 2/2 Gannon* L 57-59 2/4 Mercyhurst* L 54-76 2/9 Ferris State* L 63-66 2/11 Lake Superior State* W 75-58 2/16 Grand Valley State* L 55-67 2/18 Ferris State* W 57-53 2/25 Northern Michigan* L 76-81 Ø 2/28 Grand Valley State@ L 46-67 ^ GLVC/GLIAC Challenge (Romeoville, Ill.) % American Family Classic (Duluth, Minn.)

2006-07

13-15

2007-08

13-14

2008-09

14-15

GLIAC Record: 8-10 (3rd place-North Division) Coach: Kevin Luke 11/17 Wisconsin Parkside^ W 80-69 † 11/18 Lewis^ W 61-59 11/24 Minnesota State& L 48-67 11/25 Minnesota Duluth& L 76-80 11/29 Northern Michigan* W 78-69 12/2 Ashland* L 57-78 12/7 Northwood* W 70-52 12/9 Saginaw Valley State* W 64-56 12/16 Findlay* L 63-71 12/19 St. Joseph’s W 62-48 12/22 Minnesota Duluth W 62-55 12/27 Bowling Green+ L 46-58 12/29 Wisconsin Green Bay+ L 50-62 12/30 Jacksonville State+ W 76-58 1/3 Grand Valley State* L 43-48 1/6 Lake Superior State* L 63-71 1/13 Ferris State* W 61-49 1/18 Wayne State* L 74-80 1/20 Hillsdale* L 61-77 1/25 Saginaw Valley State* W 50-44 1/27 Northwood* W 66-57 2/1 Gannon* W 58-44 2/3 Mercyhurst* L 59-66 2/8 Ferris State* L 59-61 2/10 Lake Superior State* W 63-53 2/14 Grand Valley State* L 64-69 † 2/24 Northern Michigan* L 34-56 2/27 Northern Michigan@ L 54-77 ^GLIAC/GLVC Challenge (Houghton, Mich.) &American Family Classic (Duluth, Minn.) +Oneida Holiday Classic (Green Bay, Wis.)

GLIAC Record:...8-10 (2nd place - North Division Coach: Kevin Luke 11/16 Wisconsin-Parkside^ L 71-78 11/17 Lewis^ L 52-70 11/23 Minnesota Duluth+ W 62-58 11/24 Minnesota State Mankato+ W 76-74 11/29 Mercyhurst* W 69-62 12/1 Gannon* L 65-75 12/8 Northern Michigan* L 51-61 12/11 Wisconsin-Stout W 57-54 12/15 Findlay* L 40-79 12/18 Finlandia W 73-37 12/21 Minnesota Duluth W 82-57 12/30 Southern Indiana L 57-58 1/5 Grand Valley State* L 54-71 1/10 Northwood* W 74-64 1/12 Saginaw Valley State* W 60-55 1/17 Wayne State* W 67-48 1/19 Hillsdale* L 77-83 1/24 Ashland* W 82-65 1/26 Ferris State* L 83-88 2/2 Lake Superior State* W 83-71 2/7 Grand Valley State* L 54-82 2/9 Ferris State* W 65-63 2/14 Saginaw Valley State* L 68-73 2/16 Northwood* L 46-57 2/20 Northern Michigan* W 48-46 2/25 Lake Superior State* L 57-59 3/1 Lake Superior State+ L 73-87 ^GLVC/GLIAC Challenge (Kenosha, Wis.) + The Edge Classic (Duluth, Minn.)

GLIAC Record:...10-12 (4th place - North Division Coach: Kevin Luke 11/15 Wisconsin-Parkside^ W 66-52 11/16 Lewis^ L 66-83 11/21 Alma W 66-46 11/23 Minnesota Duluth L 54-66 11/29 Finlandia W 81-58 12/4 Wayne State* L 55-62 12/6 Northwood* W 65-47 12/13 Northern Michigan* L 67-69 12/18 Northwood* W 54-48 12/20 Wayne State* W 69-60 1/3 Northern Michigan* L 62-66 1/8 Ashland* W 77-69 1/10 Tiffin* W 84-53 1/15 Hillsdale* W 69-61 1/17 Findlay* L 69-83 1/22 Saginaw Valley State* L 73-85 1/24 Lake Superior State* L 51-58 1/29 Grand Valley State* L 77-79 1/31 Ferris State* L 80-86 2/5 Tiffin* W 63-46 2/7 Ashland* W 72-70 2/12 Ferris State* W 66-58 2/14 Grand Valley State* L 59-69 2/19 Findlay* L 36-64 2/21 Hillsdale* L 56-64 2/26 Lake Superior State* W 66-62 2/28 Saginaw Valley State* L 64-74 3/3 Hillsdale@ W 69-54 3/6 Findlay@ L 46-64 ^GLVC/GLIAC Challenge (Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.)

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Letterwinners

2009-10 Men’s Basketball

Name (Years) GP Rebs Pts Adkins, Greg (1978-80) 52 162 297 Aho, Gene (1970-72) 36 135 155 Ahonen, Rich (1987-90) 21 16 8 Alpers, Kris (2006-2008) 51 185 343 Amstutz, Wendell (1945-46) 32 164 Anderson, Bruce (1955-56) 7 2 Anderson, Fred (1968-70, 71-72) [Mgr] Anderson, Jim (1952-54) 14 68 Anderson, Keith (1968-70) [Mgr] Anderson, Ken (1945-46, 47-48) Anderson, Owen (1948-49) Anderson, Steve (1975-78) 59 193 248 Andresen, Pember (1956-60) 76 897 Arthur, Jim (1964-68) Artis, Bill (1968-69) 24 199 381 Asher, Brandon (1990-92) 53 250 502 Backstrom, Carl (1952-53) 14 61 Ball, Brandon (2007-2008) 55 113 182 Barnes, John (1991-95) 102 267 577 Baroni, Tim (1976-79) 20 11 16 Baugh, Chris (2006- ) 84 209 271 Bertola, Dave (1973-76) 37 29 58 Besonen, Dave (1982-86) 87 202 709 Bjorne, Mike (1990-91) 24 57 172 Blodgett, Charles (1949-50) Bohse, Bob (1966-69) 62 506 792 Boinski, Jeff (1995-99) 115 659 2089 Borsum, Bob (1948-49, 51-52) 13 34 Bowe, Fedrick (2005-2008) 86 548 538 Brady, Bill (1976-77) 7 2 2 Braschayko, Mike (1968-69) [Mgr] Brown, Dan (1972-76) 93 406 498 Brown, Donald (1945-47) Brown, Richard (1970-72) 49 421 816 Buckoski, Aaron (1995-99) 114 298 848 Buettner, Josh (2001-05) 120 675 2061 Bultynck, Chad (1994-98) 114 398 1024 Cameron, Matt (1999-2003) 119 795 1953 Camp, Luther (1945-46)

Hometown St. Paul, Minn. National Mine, Mich. Chassell, Mich. Eden Prairie, Minn. Houghton, Mich. Marquette, Mich. Duluth, Minn. Iron Mountain, Mich. Battle Creek, Mich. Skokie, Ill. Scottville, Mich. Swartz Creek, Mich. Calumet, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. Escanaba, Mich. Calumet, Mich. Detroit, Mich Crystal Falls, Mich. Trout Creek, Mich. Ishpeming, Mich. Park Falls, Wis. Merrill, Wis. Milwaukee, Wis. Dollar Bay, Mich. Freeport, Bahamas Midland, Mich. Troy, Mich. Gwinn, Mich. Appleton, Wis. Shawano, Wis. New Haven, Mich. Presque Isle, Mich.

Bob Bohse (1966-69) tallied 792 points (12.8 per game) and 506 rebounds (8.2 per game) in 62 career games. He was named team most valuable player in 1966-67 and led the team in rebounding in both the 1966-67 and 1967-68 seasons.

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Carrel, Jack (1983-87) 76 150 255 Carson, Ralph (1966-67) 16 35 38 Carter, Ed (1960-61) [Mgr] Carter, Jason (1995-97, 98-00) 24 8 36 Caspary, Marc (1969-70, 72-74) 61 69 119 Charney, Richard (1976-80) 73 67 212 Chiesa, T.J. (1987-88) 26 62 58 Clark, Kent (1985-88) 67 212 507 Corcoran, Tom (1952-55) 42 187 Cota, Don (1949-51) 17 177 Creery, Dave (1957-59) 38 517 Crockett, Norman (1954-57) 45 115 Cvengros, Dave (1958-62) 82 1032 Dahlager, Justin (1999-02) 75 92 235 Davis, Donte (1994-95, 97-98) 56 145 175 Demaray, Bart (1960-62) 8 15 DeMartin, Joe (2005-06) 21 42 83 Demerino, Ron (1963-64) [Mgr] Demilio, Mark (1964-65) [Mgr] DeSantis, Tom (1982-86) 84 103 365 Dillingham, James (1972-73) 12 10 15 Dishnow, Bruce (1972-73) 13 6 11 Dodd, Robert (1979-82) 76 121 329 Dominici, Dane (1966-68) 36 124 226 Driver, Chuck (1948-51) 17 111 Drong, Roger (1960-61) [Mgr] Duex, Pete (1995-98) 32 16 32 Dukes, Brian (1995-99) 93 222 453 Dunn, Spencer (1961-63) Eckman, Greg (1997- 00 ) 117 358 420 Ehlers, Clarence (1966-67) 12 23 12 Emblad, Bruce (1946-47) Esch, Carl (1965-66) [Mgr] Evans, Bob (2001-02, 03-06) 110 168 602 Farrar, Charles (1976-77) 6 3 2 Farrell, Craig (1966-68) 34 80 466 Fewins, Todd (1988-92) 86 157 319 Fiebich, Karl (1987-90) 29 53 30 Finkbeiner, Chuck (1971-73) 48 314 589 Fisher, Kemp (1950-52) 32 205

Hancock, Mich. Oakford, Pa. Marquette, Mich. South Range, Mich. Melvindale, Mich. Kingsford, Mich. Eaton Rapids, Mich. Elmwood Park, Ill. Escanaba, Mich. Amherstburg, Ont. Bessemer, Mich. Wakefield, Mich. Sacred Heart, Minn. Saginaw, Mich. Bergland, Mich. Mason, Mich. Allen Park, Mich. Hart, Mich. Iron Mountain, Mich. Lakeland, Mich. Iron River, Mich. Lansing, Mich. Dollar Bay, Mich. Troy, Mich. Macomb, Mich. Escanaba, Mich. Oconomowoc, Wis. Potomac, Md. Madison, Wis. Traverse City, Mich. St. Charles, Minn. Leslie, Mich. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.

Bob Evans (2001-02, 03-06) was a member of some of the most successful teams in school history including NCAA Tournament squads in 2001-02, 2003-04. The guard tallied 602 points and 168 rebounds in 110 games in a Huskies uniform.


Flaska, Robert (1978-82) 98 174 856 Fogle, Keith (1999-2003) 121 533 765 Foley, Bob (1948-50) Folson, Stephen (2003- 2006) 98 152 227 Fors, Kelsey (2002-06) 62 17 141 Fowler, Don (2007- ) 55 131 299 Frantti, Don (1962-64) 32 79 Frantti, Matt (1999-02) 49 41 56 Fredrickson, Robert (1967-68) 3 0 6 Fritz, Raymond (1945-46) Frustaglio, Joseph (1979-83) 48 38 154 Fugere, Jim (1958-60) 16 35 Gaedke, Matt (2008- ) 27 29 65 Gajor, Frank (1980-84) 86 129 427 Gajor, John (1975-78) 67 533 816 Gallagher, Mike (1982-83, 84-87) 59 204 211 Gallagher, Pat (1955-57) 36 644 Gappy, Hans (1991-94) 72 91 304 Garrett, Wayne (1970-71) 13 14 24 Geary, Sean (2005-2008) 81 161 296 Geiger, Tim (1974-78) 65 53 104 Genung, Craig (2002-06) 77 109 180 Gesell, Bob (1984-85) [Mgr] Gierow, Herman (1953-55) 31 524 Godlevske, Kurt (1989-91) 37 96 446 Goudzwaard, Jack (1945-46) Greenleaf, Marcus (1963-67) 59 114 163 Griess, George (1951-54) 39 113 Grimes, Larry (1968-72) 96 747 2360 Gross, George (1953-55) 30 90 Grupenhoff, Doug (1990-93) 49 68 90 Gustafson, Allen (1946-48) Gutowski, Chris (1979-82) 70 136 587 Guyette, John (1973-77) 70 128 188 Hagen, Fred (1963-65) 8 4 21 Hall, Everett (1982-83) 25 215 197 Hagelthorn, G. (1946-47) Hansen, Steve (1983-87) 102 731 1018 Harper, Ron (1986-90) 86 313 578 Harris, Dellaino (1985-86) 16 33 104

Maple City, Mich. Sycamore, Ill. Newberry, Mich. New Haven, Mich. Ewen, Mich. St. Clair Shores, Mich. Calumet, Mich. Calumet, Mich. L’Anse, Mich. Ishpeming, Mich. Kingsford, Mich. Dearborn, Mich. Dearborn, Mich. Dearborn, Mich. Monroe, Mich. Iron River, Mich. Houghton, Mich. Newton, Ind. Marquette, Mich. Dearborn, Mich. Holland, Mich. Saginaw, Mich. L’Anse, Mich. Terre Haute, Ind. Browns, Ill. Crawsfordsville, Ind. Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. St. Clair Shores, Mich. Channing, Mich. Sterling Heights, Mich. Ottawa, Ill. Houghton, Mich. Grand Ledge, Mich. Manitowoc, Wis. Wyandotte, Mich. Ferndale, Mich.

Pete Hoffman (198890, 91-93) scored 1,866 points during his Michigan Tech career, good for fifth on the all-time Tech charts. Hoffman, who was awarded the Ken Hamar Award for team MVP three times (1989-90, 1991-92, and 1992-93), was inducted into the Michigan Tech Sports Hall of Fame on Oct. 28, 2006.

Harris, Travis (1992-94) 49 280 804 Havel, Ron (1952-55) 48 381 Heikkila, Jim (1959-61, 62-63) [Mgr] Hein, Charles (1949-53) 41 424 Helmila, Wayne (1980-85) 99 172 732 Herman, Robert (1956-58) 29 118 Hikes, Burd (1946-47) Hobba, Henry (1945-46) Hofer, John (1972) [Mgr] Hoffman, Pete (1988-90, 91-93) 104 504 1866 Hogeboom, Robert (1951-53) 18 40 Holt, Georgio (2005- ) 70 183 289 Hoopes, Rick (1969-72) 67 378 398 Hopkins, Earl (1982-83) 23 106 227 Horiszny, Ken (1964-65) 22 141 208 Hojnacki, Mike (2008- ) 27 90 213 Hultquist, Glen (1951-55) 63 275 225 Hunken, Henry (1951-52) 14 97 Hunter, Larry (1959-62) 48 357 Hurley, Ralph (1955-56) Husse, Adam (2001-2004) [Mgr] Jenner, Mark (1984-86) 42 82 183 Jeske, Dave (1958-62) 77 473 Johnson, Carl (1954-55, 57-59) 50 344 Johnson, Gary (1962-63) [Mgr] Johnson, Garey (1968-71) 67 440 578 Johnson, Sandy (1961-65) 84 85 1121 Johnson, Stanley (1964-67) 41 168 162 Johnston, Jeff (1986-90) 106 325 762 Jones, Charles (1960-62) 22 36 Jonske, James (1977-79) 23 23 43 Joseph, Nick (1991-94) 51 104 227 Kaine, Pat (1955-56) 12 61 Kalis, Al (1969-70) 11 11 13 Kananen, Reuben (1952-53) Karjala, Dave (1972-74) [Mgr] Keily, Jack (1956-58) 35 471 Kelto, Rudy (1948-50) 33 238 Kentala, Keith (1981-84) 39 70 110 Kieser, Scott (1993-96) 55 191 406

Beaumont, Texas Cicero, Ill. Laurium, Mich. Republic, Mich. Negaunee, Mich.

Midland, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. Farmington Hills, Mich. Fort Wayne, Ind. Cleveland, Ohio Lansing, Mich. Milwaukee, Mich. Iron Mountain, Mich. Evanston, Ill. Cloquet, Minn. Fenton, Mich. Oak Lawn, Ill. Marenisco, Mich. Marquette, Mich. Benton Harbor, Mich. Lansing, Mich. Paxton, Ill. Beaverton, Mich. Sheboygan, Wis. Ishpeming, Mich. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Lake City, Mich. Butternut, Wis. Bessemer, Mich. Tamarack City, Mich. Sebewaing, Mich.

Jeff Johnston (198690) is Michigan Tech’s all-time assist leader. From 1986-90, Johnston recorded 597 assists, 160 more than the next Husky on the list. He also earned the Ken Hamar award as team MVP during the 1988-89 season, when he dished out 159 assists.

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Letterwinners

2009-10 Men’s Basketball

Kilbourn, Mark (1973-75) 20 25 34 Kilponen, Ted (1960-61) 9 14 Kippen, Gary (1956-58) 34 148 Kissman, Mike (1993-98) 107 612 1446 Kleiman, Gary (1971-73) 21 57 110 Kleinow, Todd (1980-84) 98 412 809 Knivila, Bruce (1959-63) 79 435 Konkel, Jason (1991-95) 105 368 452 Koskey, Allan (1973-77) 72 156 465 Koskey, Louis (2004-05) 20 29 41 Kosnik, Dan (1986-87) 26 87 253 Kotila, Geof (1978-82) 102 410 1394 Kreider, Jason (1997-00 ) 111 308 1165 Kust, Robert (1947-48) Lahr, James (1949-52) 23 75 Lamz, Caleb (1999-2003) 121 184 383 Lange, Gary (1970-74) 88 197 1049 Lange, Jeremy (2005-2008) [Mgr] Laurich, Larry (1961-65) 80 210 766 Ledy, Duane (1958-60) 32 307 Leisenring, K.C. (1989-93) 71 199 363 Lempio, Paul (1955-56) 23 46 Leshok, David (1981-83) 31 46 35 Leu, Scott (1975-79) 92 146 443 Lindberg, Charles (1951-53) 26 98 Longley, Ron (1966-68, 71-74) 86 121 504 Luginski, J.T. (1999-2003) 121 747 1685 Luke, Kevin (1977-80) 76 262 513 Lundin, Gary (1951-52, 54-56) 62 795 Lurtsema, Bob (1962-63) 22 276 Maes, Jason (2000-04) 74 117 143 Makela, Josh (2004-2008 ) 99 275 515 Maki, Carl (1957-61) 79 532 Maloney, Kevin (2003-04, 05-08 ) 91 45 250 Marcotte, Jason (2001-05) 120 357 1521 Marzean, Bob (1971-75) 86 535 704 Massey, Bill (1960-64) 83 943 Mattson, Steve (1995-99) 102 279 448 McCleary, Richard (1953-54) 13 45 McGee, Leon (1989-90) 27 130 400 McHenry, Jeff (2000-04) 85 221 407

Garden City, Mich. Ironwood, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Eaton Rapids, Mich. Escanaba, Mich. Utica, Mich. Trout Creek, Mich. Lena, Wis. Negaunee, Mich. Negaunee, Mich. Royal Oak, Mich. Maple City, Mich. DeWitt, Mich. Milwaukee, Wis. St. Joseph, Mich. Elgin, Ill. Houghton, Mich. Okemos, Mich. Marquette, Mich. Drummond Island, Mich. Gladstone, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Northville, Mich. Ishpeming, Mich. Fort Wayne, Ind. Chesterfield, Mich. Michigamme, Mich. Iron River, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. Wixom, Mich. Ishpeming, Mich. Munising, Mich. Lansing, Mich. Ishpeming, Mich. Alpena, Mich. Birmingham, Mich. Ontonagon, Mich. Battle Creek, Mich. Battle Creek, Mich. Bath, Mich.

Jason Kreider (19972000) scored 1,165 points in 111 career games at Michigan Tech. The DeWitt, Mich., native was the Ken Hamar Award winner as the team’s most valuable player as a senior in 19992000 as the Huskies finished 21-10 and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

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McKindles, Gerald (1946-50) Meagher, Joe (1947-49) Menzel, Mike (1986-87) 18 23 35 Michelson, Jim (1945-48) Michel, Jim (1947-48) Mick, Dave (1952-56) 61 316 Moberg, Gary (1969-71) 55 45 172 Moe, Sheldon (1957-58) 10 25 Monticello, Larry (1947-49) 16 137 Moore, Chris (1998- 2001) 72 80 230 Morrison, Allan (1967-71) 87 232 706 Muff, Jerry (1968-72) 88 760 729 Noetzel, Chuck (1966-68) 25 19 31 Norlin, Dick (1955-57) 27 85 Noverr, Bill (1959-60) 6 17 Nowak, Tomas (1964-66) 34 24 88 Nye, Harry (1945-47) Olley, Brian (2008- ) 27 67 91 Olson, John B. (1964-67) 55 114 246 Olson, John C. (1961-65) 52 99 234 Olson, John S. (1948-49) Osterman, Bill (1948-51) 48 177 Osypowski, Adam (1994-98) 55 47 91 Ottoson, Dave (1950-53) 41 287 Paavilainen, Eric (1965-66, 67-68) 36 201 203 Pakonen, Roland (1964-66) 43 85 285 Pappadakis, Tony (1989-91) 46 30 97 Perry, James (1976-79) [Mgr] Peterson, Alex (1966-67) 9 8 3 Peterson, Howard (1947-48) Peterson, Ray (1947-50) 33 219 Peterson, Steve (1973-77) 74 558 732 Petkus, John (1975-76) 12 15 16 Piesko, Bob (1966-68) 40 276 314 Popovich, Bob (1948-50) 17 172 Prout, Tom (1956-57) 18 114 Pucel, Zach (2001-03) 9 8 24 Pullen, Kyle (2004-2008 ) 63 80 117 Rainsberger, Dave (1957-58, 59-60) 14 31 Rasmussen, Claus (1999-2001) 40 85 191 Raspet, Mike (1968-70) 16 16 16

L’Anse, Mich. Bessemer, Mich. Saginaw, Mich. Saginaw, Mich. Pinconning, Mich. Baraga, Mich. Chetek, Wis. Lake Linden, Mich. Kingsford, Mich. Ishpeming, Mich. Fort Wayne, Ind. Houghton, Mich. Lowell, Ind. Battle Creek, Mich. South Bend, Ind. Macomb, Mich. Ontonagon, Mich. Escanaba, Mich. Baraga, Mich. Newton, Wis. Norway, Mich. Painesdale, Mich. Ironwood, Mich. Flint, Mich. Flint, Mich. Stevens Point, Wis. Ironwood, Mich. Roseville, Mich. Utica, Mich. Frankenmuth, Mich. Wakefield, Mich. Houghton, Mich. Shorewood, Ill. Tustin, Mich. Clinton, Mich. Aarhus, Denmark Mount Clemens, Mich.

Jerry Muff (1968-72) is one of the most prolific rebounders in school history. He tallied a then-school-record 760 rebounds to go with 729 points in just 88 career games. Muff was inducted into the Michigan Tech Sports Hall of Fame on Nov. 1, 2008.


Rentzperis, Elias (2000-01) 5 0 3 Resmer, Jeremy (1999-2003) 116 255 751 Richardson, Radayl (2003-06 ) 114 524 1345 Roesner, Dan (1969-71, 72-73) 37 54 88 Romps, Tom (1990-91) 25 25 77 Rosemeyer, Tim (1964-66) 20 35 94 Ross, Ed (2003-06) 103 283 165 Rozich, Tom (1962-65) 43 88 465 Ruecker, Mike (1973-77) 92 507 1009 Ruffin, Omari (1998-02) 113 171 421 Ruth, Rod (1984-88) 116 709 1582 Rye, Dean (1956-57) 17 224 Sahlman, Frank (1964-67) 56 279 568 Saliga, Tony (1980-82) 51 132 174 Salminen, Steve (1973-75) 45 52 259 Scalcucci, Fran (1961-62) 5 2 Scheuneman, Doug (1962-63) 22 428 Schimpke, Peter (1973-75) 26 78 200 Schwanitz, Brian (1972-73) 13 10 25 Scott, Jud (1989-90) 14 17 18 Scott, Matt (1973-75) 46 272 509 Seaton, Ken (1947-51) 34 365 Seets, Gene (1987-91) 94 315 660 Sell, Joe (1983-87) 104 578 1050 Short, Lloyd (1945-47) Sieloff, Jeff (1973-75) 31 88 86 Simms, Lee (1960-61) 17 52 Simons, Bob (1966-67) 12 20 18 Slater, Brian (1977-81) 55 105 177 Smith, Jon (1968-70) 48 96 202 Smith, Maurice (1951-52) 7 30 Soderberg, Robert (1951-54) 44 313 Springborn, Robby (2005-2008) 112 212 1063 Stachelski, Stan (1972-74) [Mgr] Stafford, Glenn (1972-74) 31 85 103 Stage, Jan (1982-86) 101 283 780 Stauber, Aaron (1992-95) 57 165 325 Stepan, Joe (1947-50) Stockard, Al (1971-72) Storms, Gary (1967-69) 30 139 114 Strom, Tim (2004-2008) 105 541 1116

Shelby Township, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Mount Morris, Mich. Houghton, Mich. Menominee, Mich. Fond du Lac, Wis. Painesdale, Mich. Marquette, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Cassopolis, Mich. Pickford, Mich. Arlington, Va. Madison Heights, Mich. Warren, Mich. Ishpeming, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. Manistee, Mich. Marine City, Mich. Ludington, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Hancock, Mich. Pontiac, Mich. Flushing, Mich. Farmington, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Cadillac, Mich. Fort Wayne, Ind. Albion, Ind. Iron River, Mich. Fond du Lac, Wis. Brooklyn, N.Y. Nadeau, Mich. Sheboygan, Wis. Soudan, Minn.

Stupka, Dan (1952-54) 30 Suardini, Josh (1995-98) 32 18 Susko, Mike (1976-80) 99 728 Szatko, Mike (2007-09) 22 22 Thompson, Terry (1953-54) 16 Trewhella, Mike (1974-78) 86 161 Trewhella, Ray (1953-56) 50 Tripp, Jerry (1962-66) 32 24 Trombley, Matt (1991-95) 93 414 Tucker, Jim (1955-56) 11 Turino, Paul (1989-93) 105 255 VanDuine, Russ (1975-76, 77-81) 107 766 Van Hoef, Andy (1986-89) 43 97 VanLanen, Brian (1995-97, 98-00) 109 349 Veteri, Al (1960-61) 16 Wabiszewski, Dustin (2004-05) 28 73 Wade, Ian (1998-99) 26 56 Walker, Filmore (1983-87) 97 238 Waterman, Dan (1994-97) 83 274 Waterman, Tom (1967-68) 36 165 Waudby, Steven (2006- ) 3 0 Weaver, John (1956-57, 59-61) 47 Webb, Derrick (1976) [Mgr] Wesley, Willie (1987-91) 106 389 Whitaker, Ed (1991-93) 47 182 Whymer, Bill (1978-82) 103 562 Wickley, Pete (1966-67) 12 58 Wiljanen, Bill (1958-60) 39 Willman, Jason (1987-90, 91-92) 82 332 Wilson, Christian (1985-86, 87-88) 30 34 Wilson, Mike (1986-87, 88-90) 57 129 Winnika, Robert (1951-52) 14 Wittbrodt, Mark (1993-97) 90 158 Wittig, Ted (1965-69) 70 95 Wright, Joe (1993-95) 46 70 Wythe, Frank (1961-64) 65 Zadra, Gary (1959-60) [Mgr] Zimmer, Shawn (1988-89) 7 4

252 33 807 71 209 1059 839 64 1,327 15 1259 1449 117 824 94 92 77 813 597 405 2 236

Chicago, Ill. Gwinn, Mich. Garden City, Mich. Naperville, Ill. Ishpeming, Mich. Ishpeming, Mich. Palmer, Mich. East Lansing, Mich. St. Clair Shores, Mich. Midland, Mich. Ishpeming, Mich. Portage, Mich. Utica, Mich. Appleton, Wis. Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Appleton, Wis. Oshkosh, Wis. New Haven, Mich. Ishpeming, Mich. Brecksville, Ohio Marquette, Mich. Sturgis, Mich.

721 392 597 70 212 866 77 268 74 570 781 253 149

Camden, Ark. Clarkston, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. Hancock, Mich. Dearborn, Mich. Byron, Mich. Chassell, Mich. Buckley, Mich. Laurium, Mich. Auburn, Mich. Green Bay, Wis. Okemos, Mich. Holt, Mich.

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Marion, Ind. Marquette, Mich.

Omari Ruffin (1998-02) tallied 421 points and 171 rebounds in his four years as a Husky. He was a two-time GLIAC All-Defensive Team selection and a two-time Academic AllGLIAC honoree. Ruffin ranks third in Tech history in career steals with 123.

Jan Stage (1982-86) recorded 780 points and 283 rebounds in 101 career games for Michigan Tech. Stage was the Ken Hamar Award winner in 198586 as the team’s most valuable player and All-GLIAC honorable mention that same year.

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Opponents

2009-10 Men’s Basketball

#30 Chris Baugh

#4 T.J. Brown

#3 Alex Culy

#12 Matt Esters

#5 Don Fowler

#22 Matt Gaedke

F • 6-6 • 230 • Sr Detroit, Mich.

G• 6-2 • 180 • Fr Oak Park, Mich.

G • 6-2 • 175 • Fr Rice Lake, Wis.

G • 6-3 • 180 • Fr Detroit, Mich.

G • 6-2 • 195 • Jr St. Clair Shores, Mich.

G • 6-3• 205 • So Dearborn, Mich.

#34 Ali Haidar

#42 Mike Hojnacki

#32 Georgio Holt

#20 Anthony Katona

#54 Nate Kindt

#14 Tyler Molesworth

F • 6-7• 240 • Fr Windsonr, Ont.

F • 6-7 • 230 • So Milwaukee, Wis.

F• 6-5 • 200 • Sr Farmington Hills, Mich.

G • 6-2 • 185 • Fr Negaunee, Mich.

F • 6-9 • 245 • Fr Alpena, Mich.

G • 6-4 • 190 • Jr Mesa, Ariz.

#50 Brian Olley

#43 Nathan Saliga

#11 Erik Stephens

F • 6-7• 220 • So Macomb, Mich.

F • 6-7 • 215 • Fr Leonard, Mich.

G • 5-10 • 160 • Fr Cincinnati, Ohio

Kevin Luke

Josh Buettner

Rae Drake

Mike Augustine

Kyle Bangen

Brian Brewster

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2009-10 Michigan Tech Men's Basketball Yearbook  
2009-10 Michigan Tech Men's Basketball Yearbook  

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