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B1501raDley Braves W. Bradley Ave., Renaissance Coliseum

l6526oyola ramBlers N. Winthrop Ave.

AD: Dr. Michael Cross Coach: Geno Ford (309) 677-2668

AD: Dr. Grace Calhoun Coach: Porter Moser (773) 508-2755

MBB SID: Bobby Parker E-mail: bparker@bradley.edu Office: (309) 677-2624 Cell: (309) 256-4302

MBB SID: Bill Behrns E-mail: bbehrns@luc.edu Office: (773) 508-2575 Cell: (773) 469-6214

D27thrake BullDogs & Forest (Bell Center)

m IssourI state Bears 901 South National

AD: Sandy Hatfield Clubb Coach: Ray Giacoletti (515) 271-3894

AD: Kyle Moats Coach: Paul Lusk (417) 836-5250

MBB SID: Ty Patton E-mail: ty.patton@drake.edu Office: (515) 271-3014 Cell: (205) 310-1271

MBB SID: Rick Kindhart E-mail: rkindhart@missouristate.edu Office: (417) 836-5402 Cell: (417) 849-5865

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unI Panthers NW Upper UNI-Dome

AD: John Stanley Coach: Marty Simmons (812) 488-2762

AD: Troy Dannen Coach: Ben Jacobson (319) 273-4864

MBB SID: Bob Pristash E-mail: rp113@evansville.edu Office: (812) 488-2285 Cell: (812) 266-5288

MBB SID: Colin McDonough E-mail: colin.mcdonough@uni.edu Office: (319) 273-5456 Cell: (319) 415-4059

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s118outhern IllInoIs salukIs Lingle Hall, Mailcode 6620

AD: Larry Lyons Coach: Dan Muller (309) 438-8681

AD: Mario Moccia Coach: Barry Hinson (618) 453-4667

MBB SID: John Twork E-mail: jdtwork@ilstu.edu Office: (309) 438-3805 Cell: (309) 530-0388

MBB SID: Tom Weber E-mail: tomweber@siu.edu Office: (618) 453-7235 Cell: (618) 528-1111

I401nDIana state sycamores N. 4th Street

W IchIta state shockers 1845 Fairmount, Campus Box 18

AD: Ron Prettyman Coach: Greg Lansing (812) 237-4002

AD: Eric Sexton Coach: Gregg Marshall (316) 978-3252

MBB SID: Ace Hunt E-mail: ace.hunt@indstate.edu Office: (812) 237-4161 Cell: (812) 243-5568

MBB SID: Larry Rankin E-mail: lrankin@goshockers.com Office: (316) 978-3221 Cell: (316) 258-4354

Peoria, IL 61625 Press Row: (309) 680-3795

Des Moines, IA 50311 Press Row: (515) 271-4878

Evansville, IN 47722 Press Row: (812) 266-5288

Normal, IL 61790 Press Row: (309) 438-5950/8217

Terre Haute, IN 47809 Press Row: (812) 237-3654

Chicago, IL 60626 Press Row: (773) 274-3550

Springfield, MO 65897 Press Row: (417) 836-8145

Cedar Falls, IA 50614 Press Row: (319) 273-4121

Carbondale, IL 62901 Press Row: (618) 453-7236

Wichita, KS 67260 Press Row: (316) 978-3299


2013-14 Missouri Valley Conference Yearbook 1818 Chouteau Avenue St. Louis, MO 63103

Office Phone ............ (314) 444-4300 FAX Phones ............. (314) 444-4333 (314) 444-4344 On the Web: www.mvc-sports.com Tournament: www.archmadness.com Missouri Valley Conference Staff Doug Elgin, Commissioner Patty Viverito, Senior Associate Commissioner Jack Watkins, Assoc. Commissioner, MVC Tournament Director Eddie Jackson, Coordinator of Officials Bryan Belt, Assistant Commissioner, Business Affairs Kirk Champion, MBB Tourney Support Maxine Day, Executive Assistant Carla Fight, Asst. to the Commissioner Kristin Gregory, Director, Sports Administration Chrissy Pachuta, Assistant Director for Compliance Greg Walter, Asst. Commissioner, Institutional Services MVC Sports Properties TBD, General Manager Brian Rhame, Account Executive Sean Wollenberg, Sales/Marketing Valley Media Relations Mike Kern, Associate Commissioner   Office ................... (314) 444-4326 Cell...................... (314) 435-4779 Kelli Briscoe, Asst. Commissioner Cell...................... (314) 488-7120 Derrick Docket, Asst. Commissioner Cell...................... (314) 435-4780 Quinn Zielonko, Intern Cell...................... (636) 346-3526 •  •  •  •  • PHOTOGRAPHY A special thanks to Doug DeVoe, the preferred photographer of The Valley. •  •  •  •  • CREDITS -- The 2013-14 Missouri Valley Conference media guide has been written, edited and designed by Mike Kern, with assistance from Quinn Zielonko and the MVC Communications Staff. Design by Derrick Docket. Typesetting in-house using InDesign CS6. Printing by Mulligan Printing in St. Louis.

INDEX TO CONTENTS MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE MVC Chronological History ..................... 2 About the Conference......................... 2-4 MVC Demographics ............................... 5   MVC Staff and Officials ..................... 6-11 MVC Championship Calendar................ 12 MVC Facts/Media Services.................... 15 MVC Television Network.................. 16-17 MVC Television/Radio Partners......... 18-19 MVC Composite Schedule ............... 23-26 MVC Tournament Info..................116-117 MVC Tournament Tiebreaker .............. 119 Hall of Fame Selections...................... 189 Famous Alumni...........................194-195 MVC All-Sports Summary .................. 196 BOXES OF NOTE Medical Glossary................................... 4 MVC Alumni ......................................... 5 Basketball Rules Changes .................... 12 2013-14 Postseason Tourneys.............. 24 2012-13 Attendance Figures ................ 36 2012-13 RPI Report ............................ 36 MVC in the RPI (since 1992) ........157-158 2013-14 PREVIEW MVC Outlook ................................. 23-29 Active Career Leaders.......................... 27 MVC School Previews ..................... 37-96 Bradley ...................................... 37-42 Drake ........................................ 43-48 Evansville................................... 49-54 Illinois State ............................... 55-60 Indiana State.............................. 61-66 Loyola........................................ 67-72 Missouri State............................. 73-78 Northern Iowa ............................ 79-84 Southern Illinois.......................... 85-90 Wichita State.............................. 91-96 2012-13 REVIEW 2012-13 Review/Standings ............. 30-31 All-Game Statistics......................... 32-33 Conference-Only Statistics .............. 34-35

CONFERENCE RECORDS Yearly Statistical Leaders ...............99-101 All-Time Scorers/Rebounders .......102-103 MVC Triple Doubles ........................... 104 All-Game Records .......................103-107 League-Only Records ..................108-109 Attendance at MVC Arenas................. 110 MVC Tournament Records ............122-126

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POSTSEASON TOURNAMENTS 2013 MVC Tourney Review...........113-115 2014 MVC Tourney Info ...............116-117 Previous Tournament Results .......118-119 Previous Tournament Champs ............ 120 MVC Tournament Won-Lost Chart ....... 118 MVC All-Tournament Teams................ 122 MVC Tournament Records ............123-127 Title Game Records ..................136-138 MVC Tournament Attendance ............. 127 MVC Tournament Title Boxes........128-135 MVC in the NCAA ........................161-166 MVC in the NIT ...........................167-169 MVC in the CBI, CIT ....................170-171 NCAA Tournament Info................172-174 CONFERENCE HONORS Annual Top Award Winners ................ 175 MVC All-Americans............................ 178 MVC Academic All-Americans ............. 178 Yearly All-Conference Teams ........179-183 Yearly Specialty Teams ................183-186 Yearly Scholar-Athlete Teams ............. 186 MVC Players of the Week .............187-189 Newcomers of the Week .................... 189 MVC Retired Numbers .................189-191 MVC Professional Players ................... 192 MVC Hall of Fame.............................. 193 Famous MVC Alumni ...................194-195 CONFERENCE HISTORY Previous Year Standings ..............141-145 Non-Conference Bests ....................... 143 Annual Team Champions List.............. 146 MVC Coaching History .................147-149 MVC Coaching Records ................148-149 MVC and the Top 25....................150-156

Best Way to Buy Tickets to the MVC Men’s Basketball Tournament The best way to guarantee seating within a school’s seating section is to purchase tickets from the institutional ticket office. Tickets can also be purchased in person at the Scottrade Center box office. One can charge tickets by calling Ticketmaster at 800-745-3000, and Ticketmaster can also process credit card orders on line at www.ticketmaster.com. There is an additional charge per ticket.

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The Missouri Valley Conference has demonstrated throughout history that it finds the strength, resources, competitive determination and leadership to rise to even higher levels when confronted with change or significant challenges. In 2012-13, the winds of change that have dramatically affected Division I conference realignment in recent years finally touched The Valley. For the first  time since 1996, the MVC will experience the addition and departure of a member institution. The Valley formally welcomed Loyola University Chicago into the membership on July 1, 2013. Loyola is the 33rd institution to enter the Missouri Valley Conference and the firstever member university from the Chicago metropolitan area. In March 2013, Creighton University, an MVC member for nearly 60 years, had announced its departure from the MVC for the newly configured Big East Conference. If the Missouri Valley Conference has been anything over the past 106 seasons of athletic competition, it has been resilient. The Valley – which will experience its 107th season of athletics competition in 2013-14 -- has weathered many kinds of storms, including changes in its membership. In 1928, six institutions (Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Nebraska, Missouri and Oklahoma) left the league to form the Big Six Conference. Another major exodus from the MVC took place in the 1970s when four institutions departed over a threeyear period. Each time there has been a setback or a major change in membership, the Conference has retooled and reinvented itself. The nation’s second-oldest NCAA Division I conference continues to be a leader in college athletics and is one of the nation’s most progressive conferences. League members have worked together to focus on common goals and objectives, putting a high value on league harmony while continuing to invest in athletic programs to compete at the highest level. The Valley brand remains very strong, both regionally and nationally, and the great athletic tradition of The Valley remains a compelling force in recruiting student-athletes and in marketing all the MVC programs. Men’s basketball continues to be the engine that drives Valley athletic programs. In 2013, Wichita State reached the Final Four, marking the first time  since 1979 (Indiana State) that an MVC team had advanced that far (a league member has now been to the Final Four 17 times.) The league has had four different Sweet 16 teams since 2006, and The Valley is the only non-BCS league with more than two different Sweet 16 teams in that span. Wichita State (4) and Creighton (21) ended the season ranked in the USA Today Coaches poll, marking the third time in the past eight seasons that two league members achieved a Top-25 ranking in a seasonending poll. Six MVC schools represent-

MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORY 1907 Jan. 12 — First meeting of representatives of five universities in Kansas City, Mo. Feb. 16 — Second meeting in Kansas City. Washington University of St. Louis, University of Iowa, University of Missouri and University of Kansas organized as charter members. University of Iowa and University of Nebraska tied in football in the league’s first season. March 15 — Drake University, University of Nebraska and Iowa State College were admitted. April 1 — Official name adopted,  Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association, at first  meeting of the Association. Constitution, bylaws and rules also adopted. C.E. McClung of Kansas was named secretary. Athletic participation was limited to three years and required a year’s residence prior to eligibility for varsity competition. May — The first conference  track championship meet was held in Kansas City. Nov. 10 — The Missouri Valley basketball league was formed with Washington University of St. Louis, University of Missouri and University of Kansas constituting a southern division and University of Nebraska, Iowa State College and Drake University comprising a northern division. A championship series between the northern and southern division winners was held. 1911 May 26 — University of Iowa withdrew. 1912 Dec. 26 — Kansas State University was admitted. 1918 Dec. 5 — University of Oklahoma was admitted. Dec. 13 — Grinnell College (Iowa) was admitted. 1919-20 University of Nebraska suspended. 1924 Dec. 6 — Oklahoma (A&M) State was admitted. 1925 Dec. 4-5 — Arthur E. Eilers was appointed permanent secretary of the athletic directors’ association. 1928 University of Missouri, Iowa State College, University of Oklahoma, University of Kansas and Kansas State University withdrew to form separate conference (Big 6). Creighton University admitted. 1932 Butler University admitted.

1934 Butler University withdrew. The University of Tulsa and Washburn University (Kansas) were admitted. 1937 Saint Louis University admitted. 1939 Grinnell College (Iowa) withdrew. 1941 Washburn University (Kansas) withdrew. 1945 Wichita University (now Wichita State University) admitted. 1947 Washington (Mo.) withdrew. Bradley and Detroit admitted. Creighton withdrew. 1950 University of Houston admitted. 1952 Bradley and Drake withdrew. 1955 Bradley and Drake readmitted. 1956 Cincinnati and North Texas State admitted. 1957 Norvall Neve was appointed as Commissioner. Oklahoma (A&M) State withdrew. 1960 University of Houston withdrew. 1963 University of Louisville admitted. 1966 Memphis State admitted. 1969 Cincinnati withdrew. DeWitt T. Weaver appointed Commissioner. 1970 West Texas State and New Mexico State admitted. 1972 DeWitt T. Weaver resigned. Mickey Holmes was appointed Commissioner. 1973 Memphis State withdrew. 1974 Saint Louis withdrew. North Texas State withdrew. Southern Illinois admitted. 1975 University of Louisville withdrew. 1976 March — Indiana State and Creighton admitted. 1979 May 1 — Mickey Holmes resigned as Commissioner. July 1 — David Price appointed as Commissioner. 1980 June 19 — Illinois State University admitted. 1981 June 30 — David Price resigned as Commissioner.

Sept. 1 — Richard D. Martin was appointed as Commissioner. 1985 June 30 — Richard D. Martin resigned as Commissioner. July 1 — James A. Haney was appointed as Commissioner. The Missouri Valley Conference offices relocated from Tulsa,  Okla., to St. Louis, Mo. 1986 Jan. 1 — The sport of football was dropped as a Conference championship sport. July 1 — West Texas State University withdrew. 1988 April 15 — James A. Haney resigned as Commissioner. July 1 — J. Douglas Elgin was appointed as Commissioner. 1990 March 8 — Southwest Missouri State University (now Missouri State) admitted. 1991 Feb. 14 — University of Northern Iowa admitted. 1992 July 1 — Gateway Collegiate Athletic Conference (women’s programs of MVC schools) merged with the Missouri Valley. 1993 Nov. 4 — University of Evansville admitted. 1996 June 30 — University of Tulsa withdrew. 1997 Aug. 26 — Charter class of MVC Hall of Fame announced. Inductees included Larry Bird (INS); Hersey Hawkins (BU); Ed Macauley (SLU); Oscar Robertson (UC); Dave Stallworth (WSU); Wes Unseld (LU) and Henry Iba (OSU). 2001 March 30-April 1 — The Valley hosts the 2001 Women’s Final Four at Savvis Center. The sold-out event represents the first NCAA Division I women’s  tournament action ever hosted in the city of St. Louis. 2005 April 2-4 — The Missouri Valley Conference hosts the 2005 NCAA Men’s Final Four at the Edward Jones Dome. 2007 League celebrates Centennial, joining the Big Ten (1896) as the first Division I athletic conference to reach 100 years. 2009 League hosts Women’s Final Four at Scottrade Center. 2013 March - Creighton withdrew. April 19 - Loyola University Chicago admitted.


This is the Missouri Valley Conference marketing of both institutionally-produced and conferenceproduced webcasts. In 2010, The Valley took a major step toward ensuring current revenues in television media and tournament sponsorship sales would be guaranteed in future years when it announced a 10-year partnership with Learfield Sports. The  Jefferson City, Missouri-based company now has the exclusive sales and marketing rights to MVC assets that include championships and television advertising. During the tenure of Doug Elgin, The Valley’s ninth and longest-tenured commissioner, The Valley has been aggressive in hosting NCAA events in St. Louis. From 1998-2010, the MVC served as host for a staggering nine NCAA tournament events in that 13-year period, which has made St. Louis one of the most frequent stops on the NCAA Tournament trail. The Valley hosted Women’s Final Fours in 2001 and 2009 and the Men’s Final Four in 2005. This year, The Valley will host an NCAA secondand third-round men’s basketball event at Scottrade Center in St. Louis. Last year, the league hosted an NCAA In 2013, Wichita State became the second- and thirdfirst MVC team to reach the Final  round men’s basketball Four since 1979. The Shockers fell event in Kansas City to Louisville in the national semis. and previously assisted with preliminary round men’s events in both 2008 and 2012 in Omaha. The seeds for the creation of the conference were planted by eight administrators representing five institutions, who  met at the Midland Hotel in Kansas City, Mo., on Jan. 12, 1907.  The five schools which formed the Missouri Valley  Intercollegiate Athletic Association were Washington University of St. Louis, and the state universities of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska. Two months after the initial meeting, two more schools -- Drake University and Iowa State College -- were admitted.   In the fall of 1907, basketball became the first competitive  sport. Today, the Missouri Valley Conference sponsors the following sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country and track & field (indoor  and outdoor), men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, women’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s tennis, and women’s volleyball. While The Valley no longer sponsors football (it did from 1907-85), six league members compete in football at the FCS (Football Championship Subdivision) level as Illinois State, Indiana State, Missouri State, UNI and Southern Illinois play in the 10-member Missouri Valley Football Conference (with North Dakota State, South Dakota, South Dakota State, Western Illinois and Youngstown State). That league competed as the Gateway Conference from 1985-2007. Drake plays non-scholarship football in the Pioneer Football League. This season, the league will conduct its 103rd outdoor track and field championship, its 96th tennis championship, its 60th  baseball tournament, and its 76th golf championship for the men. Those programs, plus other current sponsored sports of cross country (55 years), indoor track (63), men’s soccer (23), women’s soccer (17), and swimming and diving (20), have helped solidify The Valley as one of the nation’s most respected conferences. Athletic accomplishments include four NCAA national basketball championships, 17 trips to the NCAA Final Four, a 1989 national baseball championship and 19 College World Series qualifiers.  The league owns a total of 30 post-season 

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ed the league in post-season play, and the league combined for a record-setting 13 post-season victories in 2013. Creighton’s Doug McDermott earned First-Team All-America honors for the second-straight-year, becoming the first league  player to earn First Team All-America honors in back-to-back seasons since Indiana State’s Larry Bird (1978 and 1979). And for the first time in 15 years and only the third time in  MVC history, two players eclipsed the 2,000-point plateau in the same year as McDermott (2,216) was joined by Evansville’s Colt Ryan (2,279). The MVC Men’s Basketball Championship – affectionately known as Arch Madness - continues to be a spectacular showcase for the league, and the MVC has extended the tournament agreement with the Scottrade Center that will keep Arch Madness in St. Louis through at least 2015. During the 2011 MVC Championship, the league surpassed 1 million in total attendance for the event, now in its 24th year. Notably, the 2013 championship was the second-most attended in conference history. While the success of men’s basketball has received the greatest attention, the overall performance of league teams in virtually every sport continues to raise the national profile of  the conference. In men’s soccer, Creighton reached the 2012 College Cup semifinals for the second consecutive season, falling in a 1-0  loss to eventual-national champion Indiana. Creighton won its 12th regular-season league championship. Creighton’s Jose Gomez was named a MAC Hermann Trophy Finalist and NSCAA All-America first team selection, while Bluejay Andrew  Ribeiro was also a NSCAA All-America first-team selection. In women’s basketball, for the 10th time in league history, and the first time since 2002, The Valley earned two bids to  the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament. Wichita State, which earned the Valley’s automatic bid after winning its first-ever tournament title, was joined by Creighton, which  earned an at-large selection for the second time in program history (1994). The Bluejays, a No. 10 seed, knocked off seventh-seeded Syracuse, 61-56, earning the league’s first  NCAA Tournament victory since 2002. Three teams – Illinois State, Indiana State and UNI – also earned WNIT Tournament berths – for a total of five postseason teams. The 2013  season marked the fifth time in league history with at least  five postseason bids.  Meanwhile, the Conference remains  committed to keeping the tournament at a neutral site at the Family Arena in St. Charles. Establishing a neutral site remains a huge part of the overall efforts to improve women’s basketball in The Valley. In volleyball, Creighton, UNI and Wichita State represented the league in the NCAA Tournament. It marked the fifth time  in league history that three volleyball teams were invited to the Dance (also in 2011, 2010, 2008 and 2007). The Valley earned three first-round NCAA Volleyball Tournament wins for  the first time in MVC history, while Wichita State advanced to  its first-ever Sweet 16 after knocking off Arkansas and Kansas  in its historic run.   In baseball, Illinois State won its first-ever outright Missouri Valley regular-season title, tallying one more league win than Wichita State. Four teams passed the 30-win threshold, marking the seventh-straight season in which at least four MVC teams have reached 30 wins. Bradley’s Mike Tauchman became the first player from a last place team to win MVC  Player of the Year after leading the nation in hitting (.425).    In track & field, league student-athletes continue to be  dominant nationally in the sport. Indiana State’s Felicia Johnson won an individual weight throw title at the NCAA Indoor Championships, and the MVC has now produced 14 national champions in the sport in the past seven years. Indiana State, notably, swept both the men’s and women’s MVC outdoor titles, marking the first time a school had won in both  genders at the league outdoor meet since 2008. Meanwhile, the success of The Valley television package is one of the great stories in the league. The MVC Television Network has blossomed into a revenue-generating vehicle and The Valley’s most visible marketing tool. Also, The Valley continues to be proactive in upgrading the production and

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national team championships, including Wichita State’s men’s basketball NIT title in 2011. In 2001, Missouri State added to The Valley women’s accomplishments, as the Lady Bears advanced to the Women’s Basketball Final Four in St. Louis. Creighton (2004) and Missouri State (2005) have claimed national championships (WNIT) in women’s basketball. MSU also has a 1992 NCAA Women’s Final Four appearance, and Creighton (2003), Drake (1999) and Illinois State (2009) have made semifinal  trips to the WNIT postseason tournament. Indeed, the inclusion of women’s programs under The Valley banner has provided a boost. The Gateway Collegiate Athletic Conference -- which began in 1982 -merged with The Missouri Valley Conference and was unveiled as part of the new conference on July 1, 1992. While the inclusion of women’s sports under a compreJackie Stiles of Missouri State hensive athletic umbrella is is the all-time leading scorer a recent development in the in NCAA women’s basketball. league’s storied history, over the years, Valley student-athletes and coaches have become household names during the league’s illustrious history, both during their collegiate careers and, for some, professional careers. In fact, The Valley began honoring that tradition in the summer of 1997, when the conference began its athletics Hall of Fame. Hersey Hawkins of Bradley, Larry Bird of Indiana State, Wes Unseld of Louisville, Coach Henry Iba of Oklahoma State, Dave Stallworth of Wichita State, Ed Macauley of Saint Louis, and Oscar Robertson of Cincinnati were members of the initial induction class. Currently, nearly 80 former players, coaches and alums dot the league’s Hall of Fame. Men’s basketball, perhaps, has the league’s most storied tradition, boasting the likes of Hall of Famers Bird and Robertson as former players, but The Valley has also produced national-caliber student-athletes in its other sponsored sports. In 2001, Missouri State’s Jackie Stiles became the first Valley woman to earn the Honda-Broderick Cup, given  to the nation’s top female collegiate student-athlete. In the sport of track and field, Indiana State’s Holli Hyche captured  seven national sprint titles in the early 1990s, Southern Illinois’ Darrin Plab won back-to-back NCAA outdoor high jump titles in 1991 and 1992, SIU’s Brittany Riley became the World record holder in the weight throw in 2007, and Kylie Hutson of Indiana State swept both the indoor and outdoor pole vault titles in 2009 and in 2010. Southern Illinois’ Jeneva McCall (three NCAA individual championships) and Illinois State’s Tim Glover (back-to-back javelin championships in 2011 and 2012) and Indiana State’s Felisha Johnson (indoor weight throw in 2011 and 2013) are the most recent multiyear NCAA champions in the league’s highly decorated history in track & field. In the fall of 1997, Creighton’s Johnny Torres was named the collegiate male soccer player of the year for a secondstraight year, while SMU’s Luchi Gonzalez (2001) and Tulsa’s Ryan Pore (2004) have also earned a National Player of the Year honor in men’s soccer. Meanwhile, league member Wichita State has produced three national collegiate players of the year in baseball, including Joe Carter (1981), Phil Stephenson (1982) and Darren Dreifort (1993). League members include Bradley, Drake, Evansville, Illinois State, Indiana State, Loyola Chicago, Missouri State, Northern Iowa, Southern Illinois, and Wichita State. Central Arkansas and Southern Illinois Edwardsville are affiliate members in  men’s soccer, and Dallas Baptist is an affiliate member for  baseball.

Medical Glossary - Common Sports Terms AC Joint - Acromioclavicular joint; joint of the shoulder where acromian process of the scapula and the distal end of the clavicle meet; shoulder separations occur at this point. Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) - A primary stabilizing ligament within the center of the knee joint that prevents hyperextension an excessive rotation of the joint. A complete tear of the ACL necessitates up to 12 months of rehabilitation. Arthroscope - Instrument used to visualize the interior of a joint cavity. Arthroscopy - A surgical examination of the internal structures of the joint by means of viewing through an arthroscope. An arthroscopic procedure can be used to remove or repair damaged tissue or as a diagnostic procedure in order to inspect the extent of any damage or confirm a  diagnosis. CAT scan - Use of a computer to produce a cross sectional view of the anatomical part being investigated from x-ray data. Cartilage - Smooth, slippery substance preventing two ends of bones from rubbing together and grating. Acts as a shock absorber or cushion between bones. Concussion - Jarring injury of the brain resulting in dysfunction. It can be graded as mild, moderate or severe depending on loss of consciousness, amnesia and loss of equilibrium. Fracture - Types include simple, compound, comminuted, greenstick, incomplete, impacted, longitudinal, oblique, stress or transverse. Hamstring - Category of muscle that runs from the buttocks to the knee along the back of the thigh. It functions to flex the knee, and is often-times injured as a result of  improper conditioning or lack of flexibility. Ligament - Band of fibrous tissue that connects bone to bone  or to cartilage and supports and strengthens joints. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) - Imaging procedure in which a radio frequency pulse causes certain electrical elements of the injured tissue to react to this pulse and through this process a computer display and permanent film establish a visual image. Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) - Ligament of the knee that connects the femur to the joint, stabilizing the knee joint. Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) - A primary stabilizing ligament of the knee that provides significant stability  and prevents displacement of the tibia backward within the knee joint. A complete tear of this ligament necessitating reconstruction could require up to 12 months of rehabilitation. Quadriceps Muscles (Quads) - A group of four muscles of the front thigh that run from the hip and form a common tendon at the patella; they are responsible for knee extension. Rotator Cuff - Comprised of four muscles in the shoulder area that can be irritated by overuse. The muscles are the supraspinatus (most commonly injured), infraspinatus, teres minor and subscapularis. Sprain - Injury resulting from a stretch or twist of the joint and causing various degrees of stretch or tear of a ligament. Strain - Injury resulting from a pull or torsion to the muscle or tendon that causes various degrees of stretch or a tear to the muscle or tendon tissue. Stress Fracture - A hairline type of break in a bone caused by stress. Tendinitis - Inflammation  of  the  tendon  and/or  tendon  sheath, caused by chronic overuse or sudden injury. Tendon - Tissue that connects muscle to bone.


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Population

BRADLEY

Peoria, Ill.

350,000

Carver Arena (11,164); Renaissance Coliseum (4,200)

DRAKE

Des Moines, Iowa

546,599

Drake Knapp Center (7,152)

EVANSVILLE

Evansville, Ind.

125,000

Ford Center (11,000)

ILLINOIS STATE

Bloomington-Normal

165,298

Redbird Arena (10,200)

INDIANA STATE

Terre Haute, Ind.

59,614

Hulman Center (10,200)

LOYOLA

Chicago, Ill.

MISSOURI STATE 

Springfield, Mo. 

151,580 

JQH Arena (11,000)

UNI

Cedar Falls/Waterloo

100,000

McLeod Center (6,650)

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

Carbondale, Ill.

WICHITA STATE

Wichita, Kan.

Arenas (Capacity)

2,695,598

Gentile Arena (4,963)

26,367

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SIU Arena (8,339)

366,046

Charles Koch Arena (10,467); Intrust Bank Arena (15,000)

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Missouri Valley Conference Mileage Chart BLOOMINGTON-NORMAL (ILL.)

B-N

CARB

XX

220

CF

CHI

DSM

EVN

PEO

STL

SPI

T-H

WCH

273

125

297

244

39

168

379

146

581

CARBONDALE (ILLINOIS)

220

XX

466

329

462

108

246

101

303

191

541

CEDAR FALLS (IOWA)

273

466

XX

291

112

509

240

367

472

417

508

CHICAGO (ILLINOIS)

125

329

291

XX

332

323

155

292

497

179

693

DES MOINES (IOWA)

297

462

112

332

XX

530

264

365

360

441

396

EVANSVILLE (INDIANA)

244

108

509

323

530

XX

272

171

382

121

612

PEORIA (ILLINOIS)

39

246

240

155

264

272

XX

173

384

179

559

ST. LOUIS (MISSOURI)

168

101

367

292

365

171

173

XX

212

170

446

SPRINGFIELD (MISSOURI)

379

303

472

503

360

382

384

212

XX

381

272

TERRE HAUTE (INDIANA)

146

191

417

188

441

121

179

170

381

XX

605

WICHITA (KANSAS)

581

541

508

693

396

612

559

446

272

605

XX

MVC - Geographically

Missouri Valley Conference Membership

Missouri Valley Conference Alumni Institution Bradley Drake Evansville Illinois State Indiana State Loyola Missouri State UNI Southern Illinois Wichita State

Enrollment 6,000 5,348 2,822 20,272 11,494 16,040 23,838 12,273 17,964 14,550

Alumni 61,200 68,597 29,000 180,000 110,000 150,000 101,224 106,547 214,574 89,629

Nielsen DMA 116 72 104 116 154 3 74 90 81 66

102 Drake (1907-08 -- 1950-51; 1956-57 -- present) 69 Wichita State (1945-46 -- present) 62 Tulsa (1934-35 --1995-96) Bradley (1948-49 -- 1950-51; 1955-56 -- present) 56 Creighton (1928-29 -- 1942-43; 1945-46 -- 1947-48; 1976-77-- 2012-13) 39 Washington (Mo.) (1907-08 -- 1909-10; 1946-47) Southern Illinois (1974-75 -- present) 37 Indiana State (1976-77 -- present) 36 Saint Louis (1937-38 -- 1942-43; 1944-45 -- 1973-74) 33 Illinois State (1980-81 -- present) 32 Oklahoma State (1925-26 -- 1956-57) 24 Missouri State (1990-91 -- present) 23 UNI (1991-92 -- present) 21 Grinnell (1918-19 -- 1938-39) Iowa State (1907-08 -- 1927-28) Kansas (1907-08 -- 1927-28) Missouri (1907-08 -- 1927-28) 20 Nebraska (1907-08 -- 1918-19; 1920-21 -- 1927-28) Evansville (1994-95 -- present) 19 North Texas State (1957-58 -- 1974-75) 16 West Texas State (1970-71 -- 1985-86) 15 Kansas State (1913-14 -- 1927-28) 13 New Mexico State (1970-71 -- 1982-83) Cincinnati (1957-58 -- 1969-70) 11 Louisville (1964-65 -- 1974-75) 10 Houston (1950-51 -- 1959-60) 9 Oklahoma (1919-20 -- 1927-28) Detroit (1949-50 -- 1956-57) 8 Washburn (1934-35 -- 1940-41) 6 Memphis State (1967-68 -- 1972-73) 4 Iowa (1907-08 -- 1910-11) 2 Butler (1932-33 -- 1933-34) 1 Loyola (2013-14 -- present) Current members bold. Eight of 10 current MVC members (all but Evansville and Loyola) were Gateway Conference members for their women’s sports from 1983-92.

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Doug Elgin Commissioner

Doug Elgin enters his 26th year with the Missouri Valley Conference in 2013-14, leading an experienced staff that has blazed a trail of excellence over the past two decades. Since being named the Valley’s ninth commissioner on May 17, 1988, Elgin and the Valley staff have been catalysts in helping the St. Louis-based conference regain a position of prominence in college athletics. Elgin and his veteran staff can reflect upon a remarkable  list of accomplishments and contributions they have made over the past two decades that have added to the long, rich athletic tradition of the conference. During the decade of the 1990s, he and his colleagues oversaw the realignment and the stabilization of the Missouri Valley membership as the league expanded by admitting Missouri State, Northern Iowa and Evansville as new members and also brought women’s sports programs under the conference’s administrative umbrella in July of 1992. This past year, Elgin orchestrated league membership change yet again, as Loyola joined the league for the start of the 2013-14 campaign. The league staff also paved the way to establish St. Louis as a long-term neutral site for the men’s basketball tournament known nationally as ‘Arch Madness’ beginning in 1991, one of the most significant developments in the  modern era of the Valley. In 2014, the Missouri Valley will celebrate its 24th consecutive year hosting the championship in St. Louis, making it the second longest-tenured neutral site college basketball tournament in the country. In 2008, the Valley followed suit with its women’s basketball tournament, moving it to the Family Arena in St. Charles, Missouri, where it will be played for the seventh consecutive season next March.     The conference office has also served to make the City  of St. Louis a frequent stop on the NCAA basketball tournament trail, beginning in 1993 when the Missouri Valley hosted the NCAA Men’s Midwest Regional.  That first step  as an NCAA tournament host began an incredible run that would bring nine more NCAA basketball events to sporting venues in St. Louis from 1998 through 2010, including the 2001 and 2009 Women’s Final Fours, the 2005 Men’s Final Four, and six more men’s Midwest Regional tournaments. Elgin completed a four-year term on the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee in 2002 and was the first and  only Valley representative ever to serve as a member of that prestigious group. He has also served on the CCA Executive Committee and is currently a member of the NCAA Administration Cabinet. In more than 35 years in college athletic administration, Elgin has served in a variety of capacities at four schools and in two conference offices. His career path has included  stints as sports information director at Frostburg State University (1975-76), Miami-Dade Community College South (1976-77), Lafayette College (1977-80) and the University of Virginia (1980-83). In 1983, he left Virginia, moving to the Tampa-based Sun Belt Conference where he worked for five years as assistant commissioner under commissioner  Vic Bubas, the former Duke basketball coach and a member of the College Basketball Hall of Fame. The 62-year-old Elgin is a native of Hagerstown, Md., and is a 1973 graduate of Lafayette College. He earned a master’s degree in sports administration from Ohio University in 1975. Doug and his wife Melaine have six daughters: Lisa, Jessica, Julie, Anna, Emma and Mary.

Patty Viverito Sr. Assoc. Commissioner

Patty Viverito is in her 22nd season as senior associate commissioner at the Missouri Valley Conference and is in her 29th year directing the Missouri Valley Football Conference as its commissioner. A Chicago native, Viverito was named the Missouri Valley Football’s first commissioner in September of 1982. She led the conference (then known as the Gateway Conference) to national prominence in the 1980s. The league, which sponsored nine women’s sports and FCS football, saw its women’s programs merge with their MVC men’s counterparts in 1992. At The Valley, Viverito’s responsibilities include championship administration and compliance, serving as the primary coaches liaison for most sports, and she served as the Tournament Director of the 2001 and 2009 NCAA Women’s Final Four. A nationally respected administrator, Viverito has served on the prestigious NCAA Executive Committee, the NCAA Council, the Division I Women’s Basketball Committee and was chair of the NCAA Committee for Women’s Athletics and Olympic Sports Liaison Committee. Viverito has also served as a member of the CCA Executive Committee and Chair of the FCS Subcommittee of CCA, the NCAA Recruiting Task Force, the NCAA Women’s Division I Basketball and Issues Committees, the NACWAA Board (two terms), the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Board, the NACDA Board, the National Association of Sports Officials (NASO) Board (two  terms), multiple terms on NCAA Basketball Officiating  Improvement Committees, the NCAA Football Academic Working Group, and the NCAA Work/Life Balance Task Force. She currently serves on the Collegiate Women’s Sports Awards Executive Committee, which is responsible for selecting the Honda Cup winner annually. In 1996, Viverito was recognized for her contributions to collegiate athletics, when she was selected as the NACWAA (National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators) Administrator of the Year. In addition, she received Professional Service Achievement Alumni Awards from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and Northern Illinois University. She has an extensive background in athletic marketing and administration, formerly serving as an account executive for the Tidewater Tides minor league baseball team and as special project director at the University of Texas at Austin from 1979 to 1981. At UT, she coordinated activities for the women’s athletic program in the areas of promotion, sports information, fund-raising and event management. She also serves on the board of the St. Louis-based nonprofit social circus, Circus  Harmony. Viverito earned her bachelor’s degree from Northern Illinois and her master’s in sports management from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. In 1994, she received the Harold J. VanderZwaag Distinguished Alumnus Award from Massachusetts. Married to Frank Viverito, President and Executive Director of the St. Louis Sports Commission, they have two sons: Gregory and Matthew.


Missouri Valley Conference Staff Mike Kern is in his 22nd season at the Missouri Valley and in his 23rd year overall in serving the membership. In a dual role, Kern serves as Associate Commissioner for the Missouri Valley Football Conference, and has been with the MVFC since 1991. For The Valley, he helps oversee all media relations for the 18-sport league, and his primary responsibility is men’s basketball. For men’s basketball, Kern’s primary focus is communications, but he also assists in scheduling and with the MVC’s in-house television network. Kern is also involved in strategic planning for the conference and also helps coordinate the league’s marketing and promotions efforts in conjunction with MVC Sports Properties. Additionally, he handles championship administration for men’s and women’s golf. Counting a 2014 Second and Third Round NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, he will have served as Media Coordinator for seven NCAA events, including two Women’s Final Fours, and the 2005 Men’s Final Four. He was assistant tournament manager for the 2008 First and Second Round NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament in Omaha, and has served as assistant media coordinator for five other  NCAA basketball events. He has also served as timeout coordinator for two NCAA women’s basketball regionals and a men’s basketball regional. In addition to communications duties with the Missouri Valley Football Conference, Kern oversees the MVFC’s merchandising and licensing program, and the in-house television package, which includes scheduling and clearances, plus the hiring of on-air talent. In 2002, he received the St. Louis Business Journal’s annual award for “Best Use of Technology in Sports” as he introduced the league’s on-line statistical reporting system used for the league’s Olympic sport programs. Kern, 46, earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Missouri in 1988 and a master’s degree in communications management from league member Missouri State in 1990. A St. Louis native, Kern served as a sports information graduate assistant for two years at MSU and as a student assistant at Missouri as an undergraduate. His publications and features have earned numerous CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America) awards. His 1998 women’s basketball guide, 2000 and 2002 football guides and 2006 men’s basketball guide were judged “Best in the Nation,” while his 1993, 2006 and 2007 Valley Football guides, the 1995 MVC softball guide, the 1998 women’s basketball guide, the 2000 women’s basketball guide, and his 2004 men’s basketball guide earned “Best in the Nation” for their cover designs. His 1997, 1998 and 2006 Valley Football guides, and his 2004 men’s basketball guide each placed third, while the 1999 football guide, his 2005 men’s basketball guide and 2008 football guide were second nationally. Kern’s 1990 MSU softball guide was also second in the nation. He has a total of 30 national top-5 awards for his publications work. He is a member of CoSIDA, ConSIDA (Conference Sports Information Directors of America), the Football Writers Association of America, and the United States Basketball Writers Association. Kern and his wife Terri have two boys (Michael and Max) and two girls (Megan and Hannah).

Jack R. Watkins Associate Commissioner

Jack R. Watkins is in his 22nd season at the Missouri Valley, having served nine years as Associate Commissioner for Marketing and Television and 11 years as the league’s public information and media services director. In July 2012, Watkins, 50, was named tournament director for the MVC men’s basketball championship in St. Louis and assigned the sport of baseball for the Conference, serving as tournament director, arranging league schedules and overseeing the assignment of umpires for MVC games. In addition, he is the primary staff contact with MVC Sports Properties, which handles television advertising and sponsorship sales for The Valley, and oversees marketing and promotions for the league. The former chair of the Missouri Valley Conference’s Athletics Hall of Fame Committee, he also develops promotional campaigns for league championships. As the staff’s contact for television, Watkins coordinates contract negotiation, production, hiring on-air talent and clearances for the MVC Television Network on FOX Sports Midwest, Comcast SportsNet Chicago, FOX College Sports and ESPN. During his tenure at The Valley, he has been a media coordinator for the 1993, 1998 and 1999 NCAA Men’s Basketball Division I Midwest Regionals and 2002 NCAA First and Second Round Tournament in St. Louis, and served as a television time-out coordinator a total of 14 times for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Division I Championship and once for the NCAA Women’s Basketball Division I Championship. Watkins served as tournament manager for the 2013 Second and Third Round NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament in Kansas City, Mo., and will handle the same responsibilities for the Second and Third Round NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament in St. Louis, Mo., in March 2014. As men’s basketball publicity contact, his 1997, 2000 and 2002 MVC hoops guides were voted “Best in the Nation” by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) conference publications committee, and the 2001 and 2003 MVC yearbooks earned “Best in the Nation” for their cover design. A native of Sikeston, Mo., Watkins became the 14th recipient of the Katha Quinn Award -- presented for service to sportswriters who cover college basketball -- from the 800-member United States Basketball Writers Association in April 2003. A 1985 University of Missouri-Columbia journalism graduate, he served assistant sports information director at Kansas State University during the 1986-87 school year, coordinating media services for the sports of volleyball, men’s basketball and baseball. From 1988 to 1992, he was assistant sports information director at the University of Missouri, handling publicity for the sports of volleyball, wrestling, men’s basketball, women’s gymnastics and baseball. While at Missouri, he received 10 publications awards from CoSIDA and served as media coordinator for five Big Eight Conference championship events and an NCAA Gymnastics Regional in 1992. A member of the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators (NACMA), Watkins and his wife Genny live in Creve Coeur, Mo.

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Mike Kern Associate Commissioner

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Bryan Belt Assistant Commissioner, Business Affairs

Bryan Belt joined the MVC in July of 2012 as Assistant Commissioner for Business Affairs. At the MVC, Belt ensures that appropriate financial controls are in place and applies sound techniques to all aspects of The Valley’s financial matters. He  is responsible for developing creative and effective financial strategies to help The Valley  achieve its conference goals and protect its assets. Belt came to the MVC after previously serving as Associate Athletics Director for Internal Affairs at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. While at SIUE, Belt served his alma mater in a number of capacities. He served as head coach of the men’s and women’s tennis programs as well as an assistant softball coach at SIUE. His duties as Associate Athletics Director included budget planning, financial aid for student-athletes and an  active role in the athletic department’s future initiatives. Belt oversaw the day-to-day financial operations, as well  as the department’s concessions operations. Belt also supervised all areas of event operations including sports information. Belt graduated from SIUE in 1993 with a bachelor degrees in recreation and accounting and worked 12 seasons as an assistant coach for the softball program. Belt also previously worked as the director of operations for the St. Louis Ambush, a local professional soccer franchise, from 1994 to 1996. He spent three years in the administrative accounting department at SIUE before moving into his role as the Assistant AD. He and his wife Melanie have three children: Bradford, Chandler and Patrick. They reside in Smithton, Ill.

Kelli Briscoe Assistant Commissioner, Communications

A native of Warrensburg, Mo., Briscoe enters her sixth season at the MVC. As Assistant Commissioner for Communications at the Missouri Valley Conference office, Briscoe  serves as the primary media relations contact for volleyball, men’s soccer, women’s basketball and baseball. To that end, she handles all publicity for those sports, which will include the production of publications, website maintenance, and weekly releases. In addition, Briscoe oversees administration for the sport of volleyball, coordinates the league’s internship program, serves as a staff administrator at a number of league championships, chairs the Missouri Valley Conference’s Athletics Hall of Fame Committee and organizes the men’s basketball Coach of the Year luncheon. Prior to joining the Valley staff, Briscoe spent a year as an intern at the Western Athletic Conference in Englewood, Colo. At the WAC, Briscoe was the primary media contact for women’s soccer, women’s swimming and diving, tennis, and track and field.  In addition to her media  8

relations duties, Briscoe assisted in the overall development and implementation of marketing and promotional efforts for the nine-member conference. Prior to her one season at the WAC, Briscoe spent one semester as an intern for the Mid-South Conference in Louisville, Ky., where she coordinated all aspects of the basketball, tennis and track and field championships.   While earning a master’s degree in Sport Administration from the University of Louisville (May 2007), she spent two years at Nelligan Sports Marketing, assisting with various game-day operations and promotions for University of Louisville football and men’s basketball events. Briscoe received her bachelor’s degree in Health and Wellness from league member Missouri State in 2005, where she was a member of the Bears’ volleyball team.

Derrick Docket Assistant Commissioner, New Media & Technology

Derrick Docket began his tenure with the Missouri Valley Conference in October 2010. As Assistant Commissioner of New Media and Technology, Docket serves as league’s point person for new media and technology. To that end, he manages the MVC website administration and maintenance and serves as the internet point person for the league’s varied websites. Docket also oversees the promotion and development of the Missouri Valley Conference brand through the various forms of new and social media, including, but not limited to, video and photo content, video streaming, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and blogs. Additionally, he oversees the league video streaming program, including the negotiation of production contracts, procurement and distribution of necessary hardware and software, which includes working with institutions to secure proper staffing at each MVC championship. Docket has a strong background as a graphic artist, having spent two stints at Epsilon in St. Louis as a production artist and analyst. Between stints at Epsilon he spent more than two years as a Computer Graphics Specialist at Osborn & Barr Communications (advertising agency). A 2002 graduate of MVC member Missouri State with a bachelor’s degree in Art and Design, Advertising and Promotion, Docket is still active with his alma mater, organizing alumni relations actions for MSU in the St. Louis area. He is a member of CoSIDA and active in the planning committee of the Collegiate Athletics Internet/ Digital Association (CAIDA). He and his wife Brittany reside in St. Peters, Mo.


Missouri Valley Conference Staff

Greg Walter joined the staff in January 2012 and is responsible for management of compliance and NCAA legislative matters for the Missouri Valley Conference and Missouri Valley Football Conference and representing both conferences’ interests nationally. In addition, Walter is involved with a wide array of conference governance matters, including serving as primary liaison to selected MVC standing committees and the MVC Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, developing league schedules in a number of sports, and overseeing administration of selected championships. Walter came to the MVC after serving in the same capacity at The Summit League. He had previously served as an associate attorney with the international law firm  of Winston & Strawn LLP. Prior to his stint at Winston & Strawn LLP, Walter was Associate Director of Compliance at the Big Ten Conference and was also a compliance officer in the University  of Utah’s Athletics Department. Walter received a B.A. in biological sciences in 2000 from Northwestern, where he was a member of the rowing team and served as the team’s president during his senior year. He earned a J.D. in 2003 from the University of Virginia School of Law, where he served on the Senior Editorial Board of the Virginia Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law and worked as a compliance intern in the athletics department during his final year. A native of Arlington Heights, Ill., Walter resides in Ballwin, Mo., with his wife Kate and two children, Erin and Jack.

Chrissy Pachuta Asst. Director, Compliance

  Christina Pachuta begins her first  season with the Missouri Valley Conference in 2013-14 as the league’s Assistant Director for Compliance. Pachuta will assist with all aspects of the MVC compliance program, including researching the application of NCAA legislation and providing interpretations and advice to member institutions; preparing rules education materials; processing institutional violation reports; overseeing the National Letter of Intent (NLI) program; assisting with the review of conference-administered waivers; and updating compliance-related portions of the MVC website. Other responsibilities will include assisting with oversight of the Conference’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and providing support to MVC governance groups, sport committees, and championships. Pachuta comes to the MVC after serving briefly at the  University of Kansas as a Compliance Specialist. In Kansas, she monitored initial eligibility, amateurism, recruiting, and providing legislative interpretations for all 18 sports. She also assisted in game day operations and monitoring of camps and clinics while at KU. She

served in a similar capacity at the University of Miami (Fla.) from September 2012 until moving to Lawrence in January 2013. A native of Perry, N.Y., Pachuta was a compliance intern at the University of Louisville and a part time law clerk at the law firm of Lynch, Cox, Gilman & Goodman  in Louisville while working toward her law degree, which she obtained from the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law in May 2012. She graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in Sport Administration from the University of Louisville in 2009 and was a member of the women’s golf team, which earned Big East Conference Championships in 2007 and 2008.

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Greg Walter Assistant Commissioner, Institutional Services

Kristin Gregory, Director of Sports Administration

A native of St. Louis, Mo., Kristin Gregory starts her fifth season at  the Missouri Valley Conference after serving as a media relations intern for swimming & diving, track & field  and tennis in 2009-10 and becoming full-time in 2010. At The Valley, Gregory handles all sports information and publicity duties for cross country and softball which includes weekly press releases and updating the conference website. She oversees the operations of the 18 conference championships, including men’s and women’s basketball, handles the conference awards programs, as well as the Elite 18 program and is the officiating liaison to all six  officiating programs. In 2013, she was the assistant tournament director for the NCAA 2nd/3rd Round Men’s Basketball Tournament in Kansas City (hosted by the Valley), and she will serve in that same capacity for an NCAA 2nd/3rd Round Men’s Basketball Tournament at Scottrade Center in St. Louis in March of 2014. Gregory comes to the Missouri Valley Conference after serving as an intern for the St. Louis Sports Commission, where she was actively involved in planning, coordinating and marketing of different events - most notably the annual Arch Rivalry Football Game (Missouri vs. Illinois at the Edward Jones Dome). As an undergrad student at the University of Missouri, Gregory served two years as a RecSports Assistant Manager, where she promoted facilities and programs and managed a team of supervisors and officials for seven  different sport programs. She graduated magna cum laude with a degree in business administration from Mizzou in May 2009, and completed her master’s degree in sports management at Lindenwood University in St. Louis in May 2010.

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Maxine Day Executive Assistant

Maxine Day is in her 17th season as Executive Assistant for the Valley. Day came to the Valley with vast administrative, office management,  and marketing experience having previously worked for Dow Chemical in St. Louis before transferring to the Los Angeles office.  She has also held  administrative positions for Ropak Corporation and Sealed Air Corporation. After returning to St. Louis, she accepted a position as Administrative Assistant for the Continental Basketball Association where her duties included office management and game operations  until the CBA league office relocated to Phoenix. Day’s duties at the Valley include coordination of conference meetings, assisting with office management/administration, providing marketing assistance with The Valley sponsor hotel network, and working with the league’s annual basketball tournaments and NCAA events. In addition to her Valley duties, Day also serves as Executive Assistant to the Commissioner of the Missouri Valley Football Conference where she is responsible for meeting planning, event logistics, as well as general office management/administration. A graduate of Ford City (Pa.) High School, she continued her education at Hickey School of Business in St. Louis and Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, CA with concentrated studies in marketing. She has two daughters: Gloria and Ashleigh.

Carla Fight Asst. to the Commissioner

Carla Fight became a full-time member of The Valley staff in January 2004, hired as Assistant to the Commissioner. Fight joined The Valley family after 24 years in the airline/travel industry. She is no stranger to the Missouri Valley Conference as Fight had been a volunteer for the State Farm MVC Men’s Basketball Tournament for 13 years prior to taking over her current role in 2004. Her career has kept her working mainly with St. Louis airlines. For two years preceding her appointment at The Valley, she was Manpower Coordinator for American Airlines’ Premium Services Department. Before her move to American Airlines, Fight worked for Trans World Airlines for 22 years. At TWA, she was a manager for the Ambassadors Club network, a position that put her in daily contact with the airlines most valued customers.   At The Valley office, Fight provides daily administrative support for the conference commissioner as well as special projects. She also oversees travel for Valley staff, league officials and television talent.  Fight also handles  the league’s merchandise program and student-athlete gift programs.

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Quinn Zielonko Media Relations Asst.

Quinn Zielonko is a St. Louis native entering his second year with the Missouri Valley Conference. After interning with the Conference during the 2012-13 season, Zielonko has assumed full-time Media Relations duties. He recently completed two Masters Degrees at Lindenwood University in St. Charles, Mo., in Business Administration and Sport Management. At Lindenwood, he served as a graduate assistant in the Sport Management department. He also holds a bachelor’s degree from Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn. In 2013-14, Zielonko will handle communications duties for women’s soccer, men’s and women’s golf, swimming & diving, indoor and outdoor track & field, and men’s and  women’s tennis. He will also staff multiple championships and assist with business affairs. Zielonko is an avid musician and tennis player, and currently resides in Chesterfield, Mo.

Brian Rhame Account Executive MVC Sports Properties

  In the spring of 2011, Learfield  Sports appointed Brian Rhame account executive for its locally based “MVC Sports Properties” entity. Rhame works alongside General Manager Branden Miller and the Missouri Valley Conference staff to oversee all components of the MVC’s relationship with the collegiate marketer.   As exclusive marketer for the Conference, Learfield  Sports assists the MVC with comprehensive corporate sponsorships, media and branding opportunities. Prior to joining MVC Sports Properties, Rhame served as Territory Manager for CCP Industries in the greater St. Louis area. Before that, he was the Director of Special Events for Kirkwood’s St. John Vianney High School for five years. Rhame received his bachelor’s degree in Marketing from the University of Central Arkansas in 2001, where he was a member of the Bears’ football team. He resides in Webster Groves, Mo., along with his wife Nicolle and daughter Adalyn.

Sean Wollenberg Sales & Marketing Assoc. MVC Sports Properties

After interning with MVC Sports Properties (MVCSP) in the Spring 2012 semester and graduating from Maryville University, Wollenberg is now a Sales and Marketing Associate at MVC Sports Properties. Wollenberg’s role includes coordinating proposals and miscellaneous sales tools and programs, sponsorship activation, administrative duties and contract fulfillment.   His responsibilities  also consist of game day management assistance including promotions, game program sales and hospitality.


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Eddie Jackson Coordinator of Officials

  Eddie Jackson is in his fifth year  as Coordinator of Men’s Basketball Officials. A native of Jacksonville, Ark., Jackson worked in nine NCAA Tournaments since his first appearance in the national championship tournament in 1996. Overall, he advanced to work in both the NCAA Tournament regional semifinal and regional championship rounds during his illustrious career, and he has also worked in numerous conference tournaments and league championship games. Jackson has been employed in higher education and intercollegiate athletic administration since 1982. He currently is Associate Athletic Director for Compliance at Rogers State University in Claremore, Okla., and had been an assistant athletics director there since 2006. He previously served in an administrative capacity from 1988-2000 at Northeastern (Okla.) State University. For the past 15 years, Jackson has served as Commissioner and Supervisor of Men’s Officials for the Bi-State Athletic Conference  now the OCAC (Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference), a 12-member National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I league based in Oklahoma. Jackson, who serves on the NCAA Division I LLC Mechanics Committee, is also Coordinator of Men’s Basketball Officials for NCAA II leagues for the MIAA (Mid-America  Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) and the GAC (Great American Conference). Jackson is married to the former Jennifer Ham and they have two children: Lauren and Carter. Jackson is a 1981 graduate of Ouachita Baptist University, and he received a Master of Science degree in Higher Education Administration from Northeastern State University in 1988.

2013-14 Men’s Basketball Officials Nathan Bemis Little Rock, AR

Brad Ferrie Lee’s Summit, MO

Tyler Kumpf Paoli, IN

Mike Sanzere Cincinnati, OH

Patrick Boeh Ottawa, KS

Tim Fitzgerald Paragould, AR

Shawn Lehigh Phoenix, AZ

Mark Schnur Charlotte, NC

Drew Bontrager Owasso, OK

James Ford Chicago, IL

Trent Lovewell Omaha, NE

Kelly Self Hugo, OK

Bo Boroski Indianapolis, IN

John Gaffney Westwood, MA

Hal Lusk Clinton, MS

Doug Shows Rome, GA

Ford Branch, Jr. Princeton, KY

Coy Gammon Goodlettsville, TN

Jeff Malham Broken Arrow, OK

Roland Simmons Des Moines, IA

K. B. Burdett, Jr. Maumelle, AR

Brad Gaston Benton, AR

Toby Martinez Wichita, KS

Doug Sirmons Virginia Beach, VA

Cory Burkle Cedar Rapids, IA

Dwayne Gladden New Carrollton, MD

Brian McAnally Springdale, AR

Bert Smith Florence, KY

Jeff Campbell Claremore, OK

Doran Gotschall Peyton, CO

Randy McCall Highlands Ranch, CO

Larry Spaulding Amarillo, TX

Sean Casey Hernando, MS

Gene Grimshaw Saint Charles, MO

Brian McNutt Bethany, OK

Frank Spencer Wentzville, MO

Nathan Chitwood Centralia, MO

David Hall Lakewood, CO

John Moore Olathe, KS

Bob Staffen Littleton, CO

Daniel Chrisman Oakbrook, IL

Brent Hampton Lexington, KY

Terry Moore Spartanburg, SC

Zelton Steed Charlotte, NC

Martin Cota Corona, CA

Verne Harris Denver, CO

Dan Nowakowski Kansas City, MO

David Stevens Paris, TX

Ed Crenshaw O’Fallon, MO

Rick Hartzell Cedar Falls, IA

Ryan Odneal Manchester, MO

Jon Stigliano Keller, TX

Gregory Culotta Olathe, KS

Jerry Heater Charlotte, NC

Terry Oglesby Maryville, MO

Winston Stith Wichita, KS

Eric Curry Minneapolis, MN

Steve Heiman Wichita, KS

Donnie Olson Wheaton, IL

Gene Stock Hampton, IA

Dave Cusick Iowa City, IA

Randy Heimerman Ankeny, IA

Rick O’Neill Tinley Park, IL

Dan Stryffeler Simpsonville, SC

Don Daily Atkins, AR

John Hendricks Lees Summit, MO

Thomas O’Neill Tinley Park, IL

Mike Stuart Maryville, TN

Terry Davis Boonville, MO

John Higgins Omaha, NE

Tom O’Neill Tinley Park, IL

Mike Thibodeaux Princeton, LA

Bobby Daw Joliet, IL

Ed Hightower Edwardsville, IL

Clyde Owens Raleigh, NC

Greg Webb Carmel, IN

Joe DeRosa North Canton, OH

Chris Hill Andover, KS

Todd Parker Tuttle, OK

Brooks Wells Grand Island, NE

John Dillon Nolensville, TN

Paul Janssen Orange City, IA

Kelly Pfeifer Mitchell, SD

Mark Whitehead Denham Springs, LA

Kevin Driver Benton, KY

Byron Jarrett Little Rock, AR

Gerry Pollard Moscow Mills, MO

Gerald Williams Arlington, TX

James Durham Hackett, AR

Ronnie Jones Bloomington, IL

Rick Randall Biloxi, MS

Ervin Wilson Broken Arrow, OK

Tom Eades Gallatin, TN

Les Jones Chesapeake, VA

Greg Rennegarbe Addieville, IL

Rob Wolff Marshfield, MO

K.C. Ely Norman, OK

Keith Kimble Arlington, TX

Charles Robinson Woodbridge, VA

Terry Wymer N. Baltimore, OH

Warren Evans Wichita, KS

Kipp Kissinger Ashland, NE

‘Pic’ Russell Indianapolis, IN

MVC Info.

At Maryville University, Wollenberg held internships including two years as player liaison at the Texas vs. Nation college football all-star game, Sports Information Director intern, and group ticket sales with the St. Louis Blues. The most recent internship was as marketing and public relations with the wrestling team at Maryville University during the 2012 school year. Wollenberg is a 2012 graduate of Maryville with a B.S. degree in Business Administration, majoring in Sports Business Management and Marketing. He is now pursuing a Masters in Business Administration at Maryville.

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MVC Calendar/NCAA Rules Changes

MVC Info.

In the summer of 2013, the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved the following rules changes for men’s basketball:

NCAA Basketball Rules Changes Block/Charge -- Under the revised block/charge call in men’s basketball, a defensive player is not permitted to move into the path of an offensive player once he has started his upward motion with the ball to attempt a field goal or pass. If  the defensive player is not in legal guarding position by this time, it is a blocking foul. (Previously, a defender had to be in legal guarding position when the offensive player lifted off the floor.) The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel stressed that the following types of personal fouls should be called consistently:   • When a defensive player keeps a hand or forearm on an opponent;   • When a defensive player puts two hands on an opponent;    • When a defensive player continually jabs by extending his  arm(s) and placing a hand or forearm on the opponent;   • When a player uses an arm bar to impede the progress of an  opponent. Monitor reviews -- In men’s and women’s basketball, the panel approved monitor reviews in the last two minutes of regulation and overtime so officials can look to see if a shot  clock violation occurred and to determine who caused the ball to go out of bounds on a deflection involving two or  more players.   •  Additionally, it was approved that when officials have a  question as to whether a shot was 2-point or a 3-point field  goal, they will be allowed to signal to the scorer’s table that the play will be reviewed during the next media timeout.   •  In the last four minutes of the game and the entire overtime, officials will go to the monitor immediately to look  for indisputable evidence as to how many points should be awarded for a field goal.   •  In both men’s and women’s basketball, the use of the  monitor was approved to determine which player committed a foul when there is uncertainty after a call has been made. Previously, officials were only permitted to use the monitor to determine the free-throw shooter.

2013-14 MVC Championships Event

Date(s)

Site

Oct. 4-6

Individual Tennis Championship (W)

St. Louis, Mo.

Nov. 2

Cross Country Championship (M/W)

Des Moines, Iowa

Nov. 8-10

Soccer Championship (W)

Evansville, Ind.

Individual Tennis Championship (M)

Des Moines, Iowa

N13-15-17

Soccer Championship (M)

Peoria, Ill.

Nov. 28-30

Volleyball Championship

Wichita, Kan.

Feb. 13-15

Swimming and Diving (W)

Carbondale, Ill.

March 1-2

Indoor Track and Field

Cedar Falls, Iowa

March 6-9

Basketball Championship (M)

St. Louis, Mo.

March 13-16

Basketball Championship (W)

St. Charles, Mo.

April 20-22 

Golf Championship (W) 

Springfield, Ill.

April 25-27

Team Tennis Championship (M/W)

Normal, Ill.

April 28-29

Golf Championship (M)

Silvis, Ill.

May 8-10

Softball Championship

Normal, Ill.

May 16-18

Outdoor Track Championship

Carbondale, Ill.

May 20-24

Baseball Championship

Terre Haute, Ind.

Elbow rules -- In men’s and women’s basketball, panel members approved a tweak to the rules regarding elbow contact above the shoulders.   In these circumstances, officials may  use the monitor to determine if a flagrant foul has been  committed.   •  Officials will determine if the contact was a flagrant 2,  flagrant 1, common foul or no call. When the officials use the  monitor to review a situation that is not called on the floor,  the only options are flagrant 2, flagrant 1 or no foul.   •  In a flagrant 1 situation, the player who was struck is  awarded two free throws and his or her team gets possession of the ball.   •  In a flagrant 2 situation, free throws and possession are  awarded and the player who threw the elbow is ejected from the game. The men’s and women’s basketball committees felt the original intent of the elbow rules have caused too many flagrant  fouls being called when they weren’t appropriate. The intent of the elbow rule has always been to protect players and eliminate the rip move where players were making contact above the shoulders of defenders.  By allowing officials to  review these plays on the monitor, the committees believe it will eliminate the non-deserving flagrant 1 fouls in particular.

Last year’s MVC Men’s Basketball Championship at Scottrade Center drew 71,029 fans over four days -- marking the second-best total attendance figure in league history.

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Missouri Valley Conference Facts & Services MVC Sports Properties

For additional information regarding The Valley and men’s basketball, contact Associate Commissioner Mike Kern, Assistant Commissioner Kelli Briscoe, or Assistant Commissioner Derrick Docket:

The Valley is in the midst of a seven-year, exclusive relationship with collegiate sports marketer Learfield Sports.  Beginning in July of 2010,  Missouri Valley Sports Properties, a property of Learfield  Sports, began spearheading numerous efforts for the league to bolster its presence among corporate America and strengthen its brand among fans, alumni and the marketplace through media, corporate hospitality, venue exposure, branding opportunities and product sampling. MVCSP also will be an integral partner charged with creating corporate opportunities for the MVC Web site (mvc-sports.com), and managing promotions and certain retail licensing deals.

Missouri Valley Conference 1818 Chouteau Ave., St. Louis, MO 63103 (314) 435-4779 -- Kern cell (314) 444-4326 -- Kern direct (314) 444-4356 -- Kern fax kern@mvc.org -- Kern e-mail mvc-sports.com  •  archmadness.com valley-live.tv (videostreaming)

The Missouri Valley Conference offers a wide array of media services, including weekly telephonic coaches briefings  in basketball, as well as weekly releases and preseason publications for each of the league’s 18 sports programs. During the season, a panel will select a Player of the Week and a Newcomer of the Week.

MVC on the Web -- mvc-sports.com Information on the Missouri Valley Conference has been available on the web since 1995, and the league’s official web site -- www.mvc-sports.com -- continues to  stand out as one of the nation’s top collegiate athletic sites on the world wide web. Originally constructed by Mike Kern, it is currently maintained by the league’s media relations staff. Current news and information about MVC athletics teams, live statistics, official team merchandise, live  events, highlights, press conferences and other exclusive features are available on the league’s web site.

MVC on the Web -- archmadness.com The site (archmadness.com) debuted in January of 2003 and is a fan-friendly site with links to St. Louis hotels and travel information, plus tournament stories, game recaps, and photos.

MVC on the Web -- Social Media The league began an aggressive approach in its social media presence in 2009, with goals to expand its social media initiative in order to reach the most fans possible. The MVC also engages with fans on Google+, Pinterest and YouTube. facebook.com/MissouriValleyConference twitter.com/mvcsports twitter.com/ValleyHoops

Television Production - Niles Media Group Kansas City-based Niles Media Group serves as the production company for the conference’s television package. The partnership between the Missouri Valley Conference and Niles Media Group is for the 2013-14 academic year and features a two-year option for the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons. NILES MEDIA GROUP 9420 Liberty Drive, Liberty, MO 64068 Mr. John Denison, Chief Operating Officer 816/457-1798 (C); Jdenison@nilesmediagroup.com

Video Streaming - “Valley Live” The MVC has signed an agreement with WebStream Productions (WSP) to produce championship events and provide consulting services to help elevate and standardize the league’s video streaming products. Non-televised championship games/matches from women’s soccer, men’s soccer, volleyball, women’s basketball, softball and baseball will all be available via the league’s webstreaming initiative (visit valley-live.tv for more info).

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Missouri Valley Conference Services

Tuesday Coaches Briefings Teleconferences with The Valley head coaches will be conducted on Tuesday throughout the season. The conferences begin at 10:30 a.m. (Central). To participate in the conference calls, please dial 877-441-0939. A special pre-tournament call will take place on Tuesday, March 4, at 10:30 a.m. (Central). The call-in number is 877-441-0939. Speaking order will be determined. The Valley also will conduct an all-conference call on Tuesday, March 4, at 2:30 p.m. (Central), with the league’s Larry Bird Trophy winner, Newcomer of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, Freshman of the Year and Sixth Man Award. That number is 877-441-0939. On Monday, March 17, at 10 a.m. (Central), there will be a call featuring the league’s head coaches selected for post-season play. The Q&A segments with the coaches are 10 minutes long (instead of six minutes). Speaking order will be determined. That number is 877-441-0939. The teleconferences will be streamed live each week, and audio files will also be available for playback on the  conference’s web site within 24 hours. Please contact The Valley to arrange participation in the weekly sessions. Media will be allowed to ask questions directly of the coaches. The session schedule (times Central) for 2013-14 is: Dec. 17 Jan. 7-14-21-28; Feb. 4-11-18-25 Call-in Number: 877-441-0939 [Note special calls -- above -- on March 4 and March 17] Contact the league office to arrange for a playback. Time -- Coaches, School 10:30 10:36 10:42 10:48 10:54

Ben Jacobson, UNI Ray Giacoletti, Drake Paul Lusk, Missouri State Greg Lansing, Indiana St. Marty Simmons, Evansville

11:00 11:06 11:12 11:18 11:24

Barry Hinson, Southern Illinois Porter Moser, Loyola Dan Muller, Illinois State Geno Ford, Bradley Gregg Marshall, Wichita State

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Missouri Valley Conference Television Network Tom Ackerman Play-by-Play/Sidelines

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Tom Ackerman is in his 11th season as a member of The Valley TV Network. Ackerman will handle play-by-play duties plus serve as the sideline reporter for the 2014 MVC Men’s Basketball Championship at Scottrade Center in St. Louis. A 1997 graduate of Indiana University, he is in his 17th year at KMOX Radio (AM 1120) in St. Louis, where he is sports director and the morning sports anchor on “Total Information A.M.” The host of programs like “Sports Open Line” and “Sports on a Sunday Morning,” Ackerman has also handled play-by-play duties for University of Missouri men’s basketball and served as a sideline reporter on Mizzou football broadcasts for KMOX Radio. In addition to his radio responsibilities, Ackerman has also served as a host for St. Louis Cardinals post-game shows on Fox Sports Midwest. A native of St. Louis, Mo., Ackerman and his wife, Angie, live in St. Louis, and have two daughters Erika (7) and Audrey (3).

Mark Adams, Analyst

A nationally respected college basketball commentator, Mark Adams is in his fourth season with the MVC TV Network. He will serve as an analyst on regular-season telecasts as well as broadcasts from the 2014 MVC Men’s Basketball Championship in St. Louis. Considered by many to be the “Voice of the Mid-Majors,” Adams appears regularly on nationally televised college basketball games on ESPN and has made numerous appear-

ances in studio. Adams was a college basketball coach for 17 years and 10 of those years at the NCAA Division I level. Known as a program re-builder, he took over three different collegiate basketball programs that were a combined 28-54 (.341) in the season prior to his arrival. In his final season record at those  same three schools he led those teams to a combined record of 59-32 (.648). His teams won two championships (1985 and 1989) earning him Coach of the Year honors in 1989 and national recognition. He was the head coach at Central Connecticut State University from 1991 to 1996, and during his tenure, the Blue Devils led the nation in blocked shots during the 1995-96 campaign. Prior to taking over at Central Connecticut, he served as an assistant coach at Washington State University from 1989 to 1991. From 1985 to 1989, he was head coach at Western Oregon State University, guiding the Runnin’ Wolves to the 1989 West Division championship of NAIA District 2 and earning Northwest College Basketball Coach-of-the-Year honors. He served as an assistant coach at Idaho State from 1979 to 1982, before being named head coach at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana. He guided the Battlin’ Bears to a 1985 NAIA District 12 Regional championship and an NAIA National Tournament berth. Adams received his bachelor’s degree in physical education from the University of Cincinnati in 1979 and earned a master’s degree in athletic administration from Idaho State University in 1980. Living in Springboro, Ohio, Adams is married to his wife Judy and has four sons: Luke (29), Patrick (21), Jimmy (21) and Robby (8).

Adam Emmenecker, Analyst

Adam Emmenecker joins the MVC TV Network telecast team, serving as an analyst for regular-season men’s basketball telecasts on ESPN3. During the 2007-08 basketball season, Emmenecker, who had been a walk-on for his first three years at Drake University, emerged  from obscurity to lead the Bulldogs to a sweep of the regular-season and tournament titles in the Missouri Valley Conference. He received numerous honors, including the 2008 Larry Bird Award -- given to the league’s top player. He also received first-team all-MVC  laurels and earned MVP recognition for the 2008 MVC Tournament.

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His accomplishments on the court in 2007-08 were arguably eclipsed by his academic record. He graduated from Drake with a 3.98 grade point average in four majors — management, finance, general business and entrepreneurial management. He also earned minors in economics and a concentration in insurance. He was chosen as the 2008 Academic All-American of the Year in men’s Division I basketball by the College Sports Information Directors of America, and was also named the MVC Scholar-Athlete of the Year in men’s basketball. Emmenecker completed his career after playing for the Deutsche Bank Skyliners in Frankfurt, Germany, in 2008-09 and the Iowa Energy of the NBA’s Development League in 2009. A native of Saginaw, Michigan, Emmenecker currently serves as a senior service business operations analyst for Principal Financial Group in Des Moines, Iowa.

Mitch Holthus, Play-by-Play

Entering his 19th season as one of the league’s play-by-play voices is Mitch Holthus. He served as The Valley’s lead television playby-play man for 13 seasons. In 2007, Holthus was named the third recipient of the league’s John Sanders Spirit of the Valley Award -- given to an individual who exemplifies the spirit of the late MVC staffer  and demonstrates passion for the Conference, strong work ethic and sense of humor. A native of Smith Center, Kan., Holthus is in his 20th season as the radio play-by-play voice of the Kansas City Chiefs -- the longest tenured play-by-play announcer in KC history -on their 80-station network. A 28-year broadcast veteran, he was the play-by-play voice of the Kansas State Wildcats for 12 seasons. He served as television host of the Kansas State football and basketball coaches shows from 1985 to 1996. He also toiled as play-by-play announcer at WIBW Radio, flagship station of the Kansas City Royals, from 1983 to 1996. He has earned the distinction of being the Kansas Sportcaster of the Year eight times -- 1987, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1998 and 2001 -- from the National Association of Sportscasters and Sportswriters, and has been voted the Metro Sportscaster of the Year by the Kansas Association of Broadcasters nine times. Holthus was inducted into the Kansas Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame in October 2008 and was tabbed the Kansas City Sports Journalist of the Year in 2010. In September of 2012, Holthus was awarded an Emmy for his video and on-line work by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. A 1979 Kansas State grad, he and his wife, Tami, a former college basketball player at KSU, have a son Brian (31) and a daughter Hayley (28), who both played basketball and graduated from Southwestern College in Winfield, Kan.

Dave Kaplan, Analyst

Dave Kaplan is in his second tour with The Valley Network, and is slated to serve as a men’s basketball analyst on ESPN3 contests. He is also a basketball game analyst for NBC Sports and has worked extensively as a basketball game analyst for ESPN. A former college basketball coach at Northern Illinois and an NBA scout with the Indiana Pacers and the Seattle SuperSonics, he is the host of the highly rated “Sports Talk Live” which is a daily sports roundtable discussion show on Comcast SportsNet Chicago. Kaplan is the host of “The David Kaplan Show” on WGN Radio which airs weeknights from 7-11 p.m. Monday-Friday. He is also the pre/ postgame host for CSN’s Chicago Cubs broadcasts. He has also appeared as a guest on “The Oprah Winfrey Show” and he was in the highly acclaimed documentary “Hoop Dreams” during his basketball scouting days. In 2011, Kaplan played a prominent role in the highly acclaimed ESPN documentary, “Catching Hell,” which chronicled the story of the 2003 Chicago Cubs and fan Steve Bartman who was thrust into the spotlight when the Cubs failed to win Game 6 of the National League Championship Series after leading 3-0 in the 8th inning at Wrigley. A native of Skokie, Ill., Kaplan is a graduate of Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota, where he received a bachelor’s degree in English.


Missouri Valley Conference Television Network Kevin Lehman, Analyst

Jayice Pearson, Analyst

Jayice (pronounced JC) Pearson is in his first season as a member of the MVC Television Network talent team. A native of Oceanside, Calif., Pearson has served as an analyst for Missouri-Kansas City men’s basketball telecasts for the past four seasons. A product of the University of Washington, Pearson played eight seasons in the National Football League as a defensive back for the Kansas City Chiefs (1986-1992) and the Minnesota Vikings (1993). Pearson began his broadcasting career as a college football analyst for ESPN Regional (1998-2002) and in 2003 started calling National Football League games for FOX telecasts. He left FOX following the 2008 season to return to ESPN as a college football analyst for three campaigns. Pearson is now in his third season calling college football contests for FOX Sports Net.

John Rooney, Play-by-Play

John Rooney is in his second tour of duty as part of the Missouri Valley Conference Television Network talent team. Rooney served as a TV play-by-play voice for The Valley during the 1988-89 academic year. A native of Richmond, Mo., Rooney completed his eighth year of broadcasting St. Louis Cardinals games with partner Mike Shannon in 2013. He came to St. Louis from the Chicago White Sox where he spent 18 years (19882005) – one in TV and 17 seasons following in the radio booth. The Cardinals World Championship crown in 2006 gave John the privilege of working with the World Champion team in back-to-back seasons, following the White Sox win in 2005.   Rooney, 58, called his first major league game in 1983 with Shannon  and Hall of Fame Broadcaster Jack Buck during a three-game series between the Cardinals and host Cincinnati Reds.

He began his baseball broadcasting career at the class AAA level, spending the 1981-82 seasons with the Oklahoma 89ers and the 1983-84 campaigns with the Louisville Redbirds.   He juggled two stints in the 1980′s as a sports reporter for KMOX  around his baseball broadcasting and also called University of Missouri basketball games for 20 seasons. He also has broadcast several college football bowls as well as the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, including the Final Four (1984-2002). Inducted into the state of Missouri Sports Hall of Fame in February 2004, he and his wife, Susan, have two daughters, Colleen and Rachel.

Scott Warmann Play-by-Play / Host

Scott Warmann is in his ninth season as a member of The Valley TV Network. Warmann will perform play-by-play duties and serve as the between-games host for the 2014 MVC Men’s Basketball Championship at Scottrade Center in St. Louis. He will also handle play-by-play responsibilities for the 2013 MVC Women’s Soccer Championship at Evansville, Ind., the 2013 MVC Men’s Soccer Championship at Peoria, Ill., and the 2014 MVC Women’s Basketball Championship at The Family Arena in St. Charles, Mo. In 2014, he will be in his third year as a member of the ESPN3 talent team as a baseball play-by-play voice for the MVC Championship from Terre Haute, Ind. Warmann has also done play-by-play as a member of the Missouri Valley Football Conference telecast team for the last 12 seasons. A St. Louis native, Warmann was a studio host for the St. Louis Rams radio network for five seasons at Clear Channel Radio, including  the 1999 Super Bowl championship season. Currently, he works at KMOX Radio (1120 AM) in St. Louis as a sports show host and studio host for the St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Blues.  Warmann also fills in as studio host for the St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Blues telecasts on FOX Sports Midwest.

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Kevin Lehman is in his third season as member of the MVC Television Network talent team as a regular-season basketball analyst. A native of Iowa City, Iowa, Lehman has done analyst work for the CBS Sports Network, the Big 12 Network, KCRG-TV (Cedar Rapids), KWWL-TV (Waterloo), Mediacom Connections Channel and, from 2006-2011, served as an analyst on the Iowa State Cyclone TV Network and Mediacom Connections Channel. Currently an analyst for University of Northern Iowa men’s basketball games on KCRG-TV (Cedar Rapids), the Iowa Hawkeyes on the Big Ten Digital Network (BTN.com), co-host of Mediacom Connections Channel’s “Talk Sports,” and an in-studio personality for FOX Sports on KFXA-TV in Cedar Rapids, he is in his tenth season as co-host of the “Three Point Show” on WMT Radio in Cedar Rapids. A 24-year veteran of coaching, including 15 seasons at the collegiate level, Lehman was the head coach at the University of Nebraska at Omaha from 1995-2001. At UNO, his rebuilding efforts produced the school’s first winning season in over a decade, and his fifth campaign  resulted in UNO’s first back-to-back winning seasons in a decade.  In 1986, after coaching in Iowa high schools for nine seasons, he was hired by Eldon Miller at the University of Northern Iowa. As recruiting coordinator for UNI from 1986-1995, he recruited nine of the all-time top 20 scorers in UNI history. In 1990, the fourth season under Miller and his new staff, UNI basketball reached unprecedented heights with a 23-9 season, 19 school records, its first modern history win over the University of Iowa in  front of a state-record crowd of 23,000 and a first-ever NCAA tournament bid. The 14th-seeded Panthers went on to upset third-seed Missouri. Inducted into the UNI Athletic Hall of Fame as a coach for the 1990 team and into the Regina High School Athletic Hall of Fame in 2008, he holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Wartburg College and a master’s in physical education from Drake University. Lehman has three children: Austin (29), Grant (27) and Calvin (27).

Rich Zvosec, Analyst

Rich Zvosec is in his fourth season as a member of The Valley TV Network. Zvosec also serves as a college basketball analyst for the ESPN family of networks and CBS Sports. During his 25-year coaching career, Coach Z built a strong reputation for turning around programs. He started or rebuilt programs at each of his four head coaching stops on his journey. In 2005, he guided Missouri-Kansas City to a 16-12 record and became one of only 35 active college hoops coaches to be selected coach of the year in two different Division I conferences at two separate schools. That year, he was tabbed the Mid-Continent Conference, College Insider and CBSSportsline Coach of the Year.   His tenure at UMKC produced historic wins and results, finishing with  one of the highest winning percentages in conference play and producing the most league wins in school history. He left UMKC with the highest winning percentage in school history and had the second-highest Mid-Continent Conference (all league coaches) winning percentage during his six-year tenure. He recorded the school’s most historic victory, as he led the Kangaroos to a 93-52 win over Kansas State in 2003 -- the school’s 200th win and its first over the Wildcats.  At 27, he was the youngest Division I head coach in the country at St. Francis College in New York. In his third season, the Terriers recorded their most Division I wins in two decades, and he was named the 1991 Northeast Conference Coach of the Year. He then built the University of North Florida program from scratch. In only its fourth season of existence, he led the school to the championship game of the Sunshine State Conference. In addition to his coaching experience, he has authored numerous magazine articles and has published two books titled, Birds, Dogs and Kangaroos: Life on the Back Roads of College Basketball and For Tiger Fans Only.   He has appeared in several films, including Along Came a Spider,  and an episode of Friday Night Lights. In 2002, his UMKC commercial won a Telly Award.

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MVC Television & Radio Partners MVC Institutional Video Contacts & Television Network Contacts VIDEO CONTACTS

NORTHERN IOWA

TV NETWORK CONTACTS

BRADLEY

Mr. Eric Braley Around the Corner Productions 418 W. 13th Street Cedar Falls, IA 50613 319/415-5932 (C) eric@atc-p.com

BRADLEY

Mr. Lee Hall Sports Director WEEK-TV (NBC) 2907 Springfield Road East Peoria, IL 61611 309/698-3729 (O) 309/256-8034 (C) lhall@week.com

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DRAKE Mr. Joey Donia Sports Anchor WOI-TV (ABC) 3903 Westown Parkway West Des Moines, IA 50266 515/457-1026 (O) 630/945-8894 (C) joeydonia@gmail.com EVANSVILLE Mr. Drew Amman Eyewitness Sports Director WEHT-TV/WTVW-TV 800 Marywood Drive Henderson, KY 42420 800/879-8574 (O) 812/589-2531 (C) drew@tristatehomepage.com ILLINOIS STATE Mr. Kurt Pegler Sports Director WMBD-TV (CBS) 3131 N. University Peoria, IL 61604 309/686-9462 (O) 309/397-1041 (C) kurtp@wmbd.com INDIANA STATE Mr. John Sherman Sr. Asst. Athletic Director Indiana State University 401 N. 4th Street Terre Haute, IN 47809 812/237-3047 (O) 812/243-1257 (C) john.sherman@indstate.edu LOYOLA Mr. Dan Shepard Assistant Director, New Media Loyola University Chicago 6526 N. Winthrop Ave. Chicago, IL 60626 773/508-3312 (O) 440/313-8304 (C) dshepard@luc.edu MISSOURI STATE Mr. Steve Wynn Assistant Manager Production & Programming Missouri State University 901 S. National Ave. Springfield, MO  65897 417/836-4619 (O) 417/988-6986 (C) stevewynn@missouristate.edu

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SOUTHERN ILLINOIS Mr. Darren Kinnard Sports Director WSIL-TV (ABC) 1416 Country Aire Drive Carterville, IL 62918 618/985-2333 (O) 618/925-3873 (C) dkinnard@wsiltv.com WICHITA STATE Mr. Bruce Haertl KWCH-TV (CBS) 2815 E. 37th Street Wichita, KS 67219 316/706-8620 (C) bhaertl@kwch.com NILES MEDIA GROUP Mr. John Denison Chief Operating Officer Niles Media Group 9420 Liberty Drive Liberty, MO 64068 816/457-1798 (C) Jdenison@nilesmediagroup.com ESPN Mr. Jonathan Whyley News Producer, ESPN 11001 Rushmore Dr. Charlotte, NC 28277 704/973-5096 (O) 860/302-4915 (C) Jonathan.M.Whyley@espn.com Mr. Anthony Jaeger Sr. Assignment Editor, ESPN 935 Middle Street Bristol, CT 06010 860/766-3452 (O) 860/329-3290 (C) anthony.jaeger@espn.com Mr. Dan Pesquera Assignment Editor, ESPN 935 Middle Street Bristol, CT 06010 860/766-5235 (O) 860/620-7694 (C) daniel.pesquera@espn.com

Mr. Stuart Spencer Sponsorship Coordinator Nelligan Sports Marketing 1501 W. Bradley Ave. Renaissance Coliseum Peoria, IL 61625 309/677-2622 (O) 502/648-0399 (C) swspencer@bradley.edu DRAKE Mr. Pat Hurley Sr. Regional Production Mgr. Mediacom Connections 2205 Ingersoll Avenue Des Moines, IA 50312 515/246-1890, ext. 7796 (O) 515/710-0848 (C) phurley@mediacomcc.com EVANSVILLE Mr. Kirk Williams Dir. of Programming/Research WFIE-TV (NBC) P.O. Box 1414 Evansville, IN 47701 812/426-1414 (O) kwilliams@14wfie.com ILLINOIS STATE Mr. Andrew Bond Dir. of Corporate Sponsorships Illinois State University Campus Box 2660 Normal, IL 61790-2660 309/438-8471 (O) 517/449-9719 (C) ajbond@ilstu.edu INDIANA STATE Mr. Tim Sturgess Vice President / GM WTWO-TV (NBC) Nexstar Broadcasting Group P.O. Box 9268 Terre Haute, IN 47808 812/696-2121, ext. 356 (O) 812/841-3419 (C) tsturgess@wtwo.com

Mr. Brian McDonough President / GM, KYTV 999 W. Sunshine Springfield, MO 65807 417/268-3000 (O) bmcdonough@ky3.com NORTHERN IOWA Mr. Brian Gabel General Manager Panther Sports Properties UNI-Dome, Upper NW Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0314 319/273-4502 (O) 515/822-2942 (C) bgabel@panthersportsproperties.com Mr. Kevin Schrader Dir. of Broadcast Distribution and Operations KCRG-TV (ABC) 501 2nd Avenue SE Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52401 319/398-8418 (O) 319/431-9426 (C) kevin.schrader@kcrg.com Ms. Mollie Strouse Marketing Specialist Cedar Falls Utilities Utility Parkway, P.O. Box 769 Cedar Falls, IA 50613 319/268-5360 (O) mollie.strouse@cfunet.net SOUTHERN ILLINOIS Mr. Randy Younker General Manager Saluki Sports Properties SIU Arena 118 - Mail Code 6620 Carbondale, IL 62901-6620 618/453-8691 (O) 407/765-9166 (C) ryounker@salukisportsproperties.com Mr. Greg Petrowich Executive Director WSIU Public Broadcasting Mail Code 6602 Carbondale, IL 62901-6602 618/453-6181 (O) greg.petrowich@wsiu.org

LOYOLA

WICHITA STATE

Mr. Patrick Schultz Assoc. Athletics Director Loyola University Chicago 6526 N. Winthrop Ave. Chicago, IL 60626 773/508-2566 (O) 773/716-4316 (C) pschul@luc.edu

Mr. Mark Ewing Programming Manager Cox Communications 901 S. George Washington Wichita, KS 67211 316/260-7450 (O) 316/308-5316 (C) mark.ewing@cox.com

MISSOURI STATE Mr. Frank M. Cuervo General Manager Nelligan Sports Marketing 901 S. National Ave. Springfield, MO 65897 417/836-5234 (O) 812/219-3585 (C) fmcuervo@missouristate.edu


MVC Television & Radio Partners MVC Flagship Radio Contacts BRADLEY

ILLINOIS STATE

NORTHERN IOWA

FOX SPORTS

WMBD RADIO (1470 AM) Senior VP/GM: Mike Wild Dir., Sports Sales: Brian Rowell 331 Fulton Street, Suite 1200 Peoria, IL 61602 309/637-3700 (O) mike.wild@jmpmedia.com brian.rowell@jmpmedia.com

WJBC (1230 AM/93.7 FM) Programming/Advertising: Dan Westhoff, Operations Manager 236 Greenwood Ave. Bloomington, IL 61702-0008 309/821-1000, ext. 268 (O) dan.westhoff@cumulus.com

KXEL RADIO (1540 AM) Programming: Bill Wells, GM 514 Jefferson Street Waterloo, IA 50701 319/234-2200 (O) 319/269-3533 (C) bill.wells@wcinet.com

PLAY-BY-PLAY Dick Luedke 1520 E. Grove Street Bloomington, IL 61701 309/766-3635 (O) 309/212-6551 (C) dick.luedke.h2hj@statefarm.com

ADVERTISING General Manager: Brian Gabel Panther Sports Properties UNI-Dome, Upper NW Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0314 319/273-4502 (O) 515/822-2942 (C) bgabel@panthersportsproperties.com

Mr. Jack Donovan Sr. Vice President/GM 333 S. 18th Street St. Louis, MO 63103 314/206-7000 (O) jack.donovan@foxsports.net Mr. Rick Powers Director of Programming FOX Sports Midwest, FOX 333 S. 18th Street St. Louis, MO 63103 314/206-7011 (O) 314/330-7425 (C) rick.powers@foxsports.net FOX COLLEGE SPORTS Mr. Derek Crocker Sr. Manager, Collegiate Sports FOX Sports Media Group 10201 W. Pico Blvd. Building 103, Suite 2270B Los Angeles, CA 90064-2674 310/369-8202 (O) 310/969-8153 (F) 714/595-3766 (C) derek.crocker@foxsports.net COMCAST SPORTSNET CHICAGO Mr. Greg Bowman Vice President of Programming Comcast SportsNet 350 N. Orleans, Suite S1-100 Chicago, IL 60654 312/222-6023 (O) 312/527-4039 (F) 312/607-2478 (C) gbowman@comcastsportsnet.com ESPN3 Mr. Thomas McKee Assoc. Manager, Digital Media Programming & Acquisitions WatchESPN/ESPN3 ESPN Plaza Bristol, CT 06010 860/766-1456 (O) 860/766-2415 (F) 860/302-9672 (C) Thomas.D.McKee@espn.com NILES MEDIA GROUP Mr. John Denison Chief Operating Officer Niles Media Group 9420 Liberty Drive Liberty, MO 64068 816/457-1798 (C) Jdenison@nilesmediagroup.com Ms. Kandy Wepler Chief Financial Officer Niles Media Group 9420 Liberty Drive Liberty, Missouri 64068 816/268-5608 (O) 816/304-8475 (C) kandy@nilesmediagroup.com

ADVERTISING Coordinator: Stuart Spencer Nelligan Sports Marketing 1501 W. Bradley Ave. Renaissance Coliseum Peoria, IL 61625 502/648-0399 (C) swspencer@fsmail.bradley.edu PLAY-BY-PLAY Asst. AD: Dave Snell 1501 W. Bradley Ave. Renaissance Coliseum, Ste. 140 Peoria, IL 61625 309/677-3611 (O) 309/253-3290 (C) dsnell@bradley.edu DRAKE KRNT RADIO (1350 AM) Programming: Mark McDowell 1416 Locust Street Des Moines, IA 50309 515/280-1350 (O) mmcdowell@desmoinesradiogroup.com ADVERTISING Associate AD, External Affairs: Dave Haskin 2507 University Ave. Des Moines, IA 50311 515/528-0354 (C) dave.haskin@drake.edu Greg Ellis Greg.ellis@imgworld.com 515/271-4894 (O) PLAY-BY-PLAY Larry Cotlar KBGG Radio (1700 AM ESPN) 4143 109th Street Urbandale, IA 50322 515/954-8889 (C) cotman.sports@cumulus.com EVANSVILLE WUEV RADIO (91.5 FM) Programming: Tom Benson 1800 Lincoln Ave. Evansville, IN 47722 812/488-2689 (O) 812/589-9862 (C) tb39@evansville.edu ADVERTISING Dir. of Marketing: Paul Dodson 1800 Lincoln Ave. Evansville, IN 47722 812/488-2394 (O) 812/760-0240 (C) pd58@evansville.edu PLAY-BY-PLAY Director of Development for Athletics: Lance Wilkerson 1800 Lincoln Ave. Evansville, IN 47722 812/488-2623 (O) 812/589-3100 (C) lw137@evansville.edu

INDIANA STATE WIBQ RADIO (98.5 FM) Programming: Jack Swart, Market Manager 824 S. 3rd Street Terre Haute, IN 47807 812/232-4161 (O) jack.swart@mwcradio.com ADVERTISING GM: Jeremiah Turner Nelligan Sports Marketing 401 N. 4th Street Terre Haute, IN 47809 812/237-4087 (O) 812/249-0804 (C) jturner@nelligansports.com

PLAY-BY-PLAY Gary Rima P.O. Box 1204 Waterloo, IA 50704 319/234-2200 (O) 319/269-5924 (C) onpressrow@kxel.com SOUTHERN ILLINOIS WVZA RADIO (105.1 FM) Programming: Janet Jensen, GM 1822 Court Street Marion, IL 62959 618/997-8123 (O) 618/967-3704 (C) janet.jensen@mywithersradio.com

LOYOLA UNIVERSITY

ADVERTISING GM: Randy Younker Saluki Sports Properties SIU Arena 118 - Mail Code 6620 Carbondale, IL 62901 618/453-8691 (O) 407/765-9166 (C) ryounker@salukisportsproperties.com

WWW.LOYOLARAMBLERS.COM Programming/Advertising: Patrick Schultz, Associate AD 6526 N. Winthrop Ave. Chicago, IL 60626 773/508-2566 (O) 773/716-4316 (C) pschul@luc.edu

PLAY-BY-PLAY Coord. of External and Broadcast Operations: Mike Reis SIU Arena 118 - Mail Code 6620 Carbondale, IL 62901 618/453-3158 (O) 618/967-3678 (C) mreis@siu.edu

PLAY-BY-PLAY John Fitzgerald North Central College 30 N. Brainard Street Naperville, IL 60540 630/637-5512 (O) 847/877-9631(C) jfitzgerald@noctrl.edu

WICHITA STATE

PLAY-BY-PLAY Brian Fritz 5347 Chisholm, Apt. I Terre Haute, IN 47803 812/230-3288 (O/C) brianfritz@vzw.blackberry.net

MISSOURI STATE KTXR RADIO (101.3 FM) Programming/Advertising: Frank Cuervo, GM Nelligan Sports Marketing 901 S. National Ave. Springfield, MO  65897 417/836-5234 (O) 812/219-3585 (C) fmcuervo@missouristate.edu

ServiceS/Tv

NATIONAL/REGIONAL

KNSS RADIO (1330 AM) Programming/Advertising: Bill Maness, President, Syndeo Outsourcing LLC 3504 N. Great Plains, Ste. 200 Wichita, KS 67220 316/630-9107 (O) 316/640-0888 (C) bmaness@syndeohro.com PLAY-BY-PLAY Mike Kennedy 7606 Oxford Wichita, KS 67226 316/687-2467 (O) 316/210-3573 (C) mikekennedywsu@yahoo.com

PLAY-BY-PLAY Art Hains 901 S. National Ave. Springfield, MO  65897 417/836-4632 (O) 417/880-5431 (C) ahains@missouristate.edu 19


MVC Television & Radio Partners Tournament Title Game To Air on CBS As Part of League’s ESPN Agreement

ServiceS/Tv

ESPN, Inc., is the world’s leading multinational, multimedia sports entertainment company featuring a portfolio of more than 50 multimedia sports assets. The company is comprised of eight 24-hour domestic television networks (ESPN, ESPN22, ESPNEWS, ESPNU, ESPN Classic, ESPN Deportes, ESPN 3D and the regionally focused Longhorn Network) and five HD simulcast services (ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPNEWS and ESPN Deportes). Other businesses include ESPN Regional Television, ESPN International (48 networks, syndication, radio, digital), ESPN Radio, ESPN.com, ESPN The Magazine, ESPN Enterprises and espnW. Multi-screen offerings include WatchESPN, ESPN3 and ESPN Mobile. Based in Bristol, Conn., ESPN is 80 percent owned by ABC, Inc., which is an indirect subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company. The Hearst Corporation holds a 20 percent interest in ESPN. The 24-hour college sports television network airs more than 650 live events annually and offers over 1,000 original studio shows. ESPNU, a three-time Sports Emmy nominated network, has seen a steady distribution increase since its inception on March 4, 2005 and is now in 75 million households. The network is available in high definition on ESPNUHD.  ESPNU has long-term carriage agreements with all 10 of the top multichannel TV providers – Cablevision, Charter, Comcast, Cox, DirecTV (Channel 208), DISH Network (Channel 141), Mediacom, Time Warner Cable, Verizon FiOS TV and AT&T U-verse. ESPN3 is ESPN’s live multi-screen sports network, a destination that delivers thousands of exclusive sports events annually. It is accessible online at WatchESPN.com, on smartphones and tablets via the WatchESPN app and streamed on televisions through ESPN on Xbox LIVE to Gold members and Apple TV. The network is currently available to more than 85 million homes at no additional cost to fans who receive their high-speed Internet connection or video subscription from an affiliated service provider.  The network is also available at no cost to approximately 21 million U.S. college students and U.S.-based military personnel via computers, smartphones and tablets connected to on-campus educational and on-base military broadband and Wi-Fi networks. CBS Sports, college basketball’s leading network broadcaster, will continue to televise the next three Missouri Valley Conference Men’s Basketball Championship games, including the 2014 title contest on March 9.

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MVC Tournament on WestwoodOne Missouri Valley Conference Sports Properties (MVCSP) has granted WestwoodOne rights to broadcast the title game of the men’s basketball games of the MVC Tournament (March 9). WestwoodOne, the largest independent national audio company in the U.S, delivers audio content to more than 8,200 media partners and 225 million consumers each week. WestwoodOne’s content and services includes live play-by-play sports and sports talk programming; music and entertainment programs; news, talk, and information programming, 24/7 music formats; prep services; customized music, jingles and imaging; and national sales representation.

Missouri Valley and FOX Sports Midwest In addition to being the TV home for Missouri Valley Conference sports, FOX Sports Midwest is a presenting sponsor of the MVC Men’s Basketball Championship in St. Louis and the MVC Women’s Basketball Championship in St. Charles each March. FOX Sports Midwest, which was launched on Nov. 1, 1996, serves as home for MVC basketball, baseball, soccer, softball and volleyball. FOX Sports Midwest and sister networks FOX Sports Indiana and FOX Sports Kansas City reach nearly 6 million cable and satellite television homes in six Midwestern states and telecast more than 3,000 hours of local programming annually. FOX Sports Midwest is also the home for St. Louis Cardinals baseball, St. Louis Blues hockey, Kansas City Royals baseball and Indiana Pacers basketball. A partnership between the Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago Bulls, Chicago Cubs, Chicago White Sox and the NBC Sports Group, Comcast SportsNet Chicago features over 275 live pro games in high definition each year.  In addition, CSN delivers extensive pre/post-game coverage for its core pro team partners, as well as the Chicago Bears, along with Emmy Award-winning regional sports news and analysis via SportsNet Central and SportsTalk Live. Through the network’s growing digital platform, CSNChicago.com, Chicago sports fans tap into the most comprehensive and dedicated 24/7 online destination for breaking news, upto-the-minute game previews/recaps, highlights, multimedia video clips, blogs and standout coverage from CSNChicago. com’s team of “Insiders.” Launched on Sept. 9, 2004, FOX College Sports (FCS) is home to MVC basketball, baseball, men’s and women’s soccer, softball and volleyball. Telecasting more than 1,100 live NCAA events annually, FCS is seen by viewers in the nation’s 25 largest cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Dallas and Atlanta. FCS is available on most major TV providers including AT&T U-verse, Charter, Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Verizon FiOS. For complete TV provider information and availability, log onto http://fcs.channelfinder.net/start.asp.


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2013-14 Missouri Valley Conference Schedule Day

Date

Game

Time (CT)

Friday

October 25

Bemidji State at UNI (EX)

7:00 p.m.

Saturday

October 26

Trevecca Nazarene at Evansville (EX)

7:05 p.m.

Sunday

October 27

McKendree at Missouri State (EX)

3:05 p.m.

Monday

October 28

Upper Iowa at BU (EX) [at Renaissance Coll.]

7:00 p.m.

Tuesday

October 29

Missouri Southern at Missouri State (EX)

7:35 p.m.

Friday

November 1

Dubuque at UNI (EX)

7:00 p.m.

Saturday

November 2

Harris Stowe at Southern Illinois (EX) Illinois-Springfield at Evansville (EX) Oklahoma Baptist at Wichita State (EX) Lewis at Loyola (EX) West Virginia Wesleyan at Bradley (EX)

7:05 p.m. 4:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

Sunday

November 3

Quincy at Illinois State (EX) Rose-Hulman at Indiana State (EX) Central College at Drake (EX)

4:35 p.m. 2 p.m. ET 2:05 p.m.

Friday

November 8

Jacksonville State at Bradley Illinois State at VCU Missouri State at ODU Milwaukee at Loyola

7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Saturday

November 9

Ball State at Indiana State Emporia State at Wichita State Martin Methodist at Evansville UNI at Ohio William Jewell at Southern Illinois (EX) Drake at Illinois-Chicago

1 p.m. ET 1:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Sunday

November 10

Alabama State at BU [at Renaissance Coliseum]

Monday

November 11

Western Ky. at Wichita St. [ESPN or E2] Coe at UNI

Tuesday

November 12

Drexel at Illinois State Evansville at IUPUI Loyola at Tennessee Tech S. Illinois at Missouri (FOX Sports Midwest) Central Michigan at Bradley Iowa Wesleyan at Drake

4:00 p.m.

7:05 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

November 14

Indiana State at Belmont

Friday

November 15

William & Mary at Wichita State Chicago State at Bradley

Saturday

November 16

Tennessee State at Wichita State Drake at Saint Mary’s Loyola at Tulane Saint Louis at Southern Illinois UNI at George Mason Tulsa at Missouri State

12:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Illinois State at Northwestern Indiana State at Notre Dame Bradley at Illinois

7:30 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.

November 17

TBD 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

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Bradley at UNI, 7 p.m.

J5

UNI at Wichita State, 1 p.m.

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S. Illinois at Loyola, 7 p.m.

J11 Loyola at Illinois State, 7 p.m. J25 S. Illinois at Missouri St., 7 p.m. J26 Bradley at Evansville, 1 p.m. F5

Wichita St. at Indiana St., 7 p.m.

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Missouri St. at S. Illinois, 6 p.m.

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Drake at Indiana State, 2 p.m.

F15 Bradley at Illinois St., 6 p.m. F16 Wichita St. at Evansville, 4 p.m. F18 UNI at Drake, 8 p.m. F22 Loyola at Bradley, 7 p.m. F23 Illinois State at UNI, 4 p.m.

Monday

November 18

Mercer at Evansville

7:05 p.m.

Tuesday

November 19

Southern Illinois at Austin Peay Rockhurst at Loyola

7:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

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MVC Championship (2 games, starting at 6 p.m.)

Wednesday

November 20

Grambling State at Missouri State Manhattan at Illinois State Wichita State at Tulsa [CBS Sports]

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

M7

MVC Championship (4 games, starting at 12 p.m.)

Thursday

November 21

Valparaiso at Evansville Missouri S&T at Southern Illinois

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

M8

MVC Championship (2 games, starting at 1:30 p.m.)

Friday

November 22

Bradley at Arizona State [Pac-12 Net] UNI vs. Loyola Marymount [CBS Sports] Truman State at Indiana State Loyola at Portland State

Saturday

November 23

Nebraska-Omaha at Drake Loyola vs. UC Davis Anderson at Evansville

Sat./Sun.

Nov. 23/24

UNI at Paradise Jam [CBS Sports]

Sunday

November 24

Hampton at Missouri State Loyola vs. SIU Edwardsville

9:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 7:05 p.m. ET 7:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Schedule

11:59 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Thursday

Sunday

2013-14 TV Schedule MVC TV Network

The MVC TV Network is comprised on FOX Sports Midwest, FOX Sports Indiana, FOX Sports Kansas City, FOX College Sports, Comcast SportsNet Chicago and ESPN3. Times central and subject to change.

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2013-14 Missouri Valley Conference Schedule Monday

November 25

Southern Illinois vs. St. Bonaventure UNI at Paradise Jam [CBS Sports] Wichita State vs. DePaul [ESPN3]

TBD TBD 9:00 p.m.

Tuesday

November 26

Liberty at Missouri State Southern Illinois vs. Wagner/Stetson Wichita St. vs. Texas/BYU [ESPN2/U] Evansville at Indiana

7:05 p.m. TBD 6:30/9 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Wednesday

November 27

Illinois State vs. Vermont Indiana State vs. Tulsa [CBS Sports] Southern Illinois at Gulf Coast Showcase

10:15 p.m. 11:30 p.m. ET TBD

Friday

November 29

Drake at Fresno State Illinois State vs. Sonoma State Indiana State at Great Alaska Shootout Missouri St. vs. Texas A&M [CBS Sports]

9:00 p.m. 10:15 p.m. TBD 9:00 p.m.

Drake vs. Northern Arizona Evansville at Ohio Illinois State at San Francisco Indiana State at Great Alaska Shootout MSU at Corpus Christi Challenge [CBS] Southern Illinois at Chicago State Texas-Pan American at Bradley

6:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 10:15 p.m. TBD 5:30/8 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m.

Saturday

November 30

Sunday

December 1

Drake vs. Cal State Bakersfield Loyola at Mississippi State Wichita St. at Saint Louis [CBS Sports]

Tuesday

December 3

UNI at Milwaukee

7:00 p.m.

Cameron at Missouri State Chicago State at Illinois State Evansville at Murray State IUPUI at Bradley [at Renaissance Coliseum]

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

Drake vs. Iowa [at Wells Fargo Arena] UNI vs. Iowa St. [at Wells Fargo Arena] Dayton at Illinois State Indiana State at Eastern Illinois Miami (Ohio) at Evansville Oral Roberts at Wichita State Western Kentucky at Southern Illinois Bradley at Milwaukee Illinois-Chicago at Loyola

7:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.

Wednesday December 4

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Saturday

December 7

Tuesday

December 10

Evansville at Xavier IPFW at Bradley Savannah State at UNI

6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Friday

December 13

Missouri State at Oral Roberts Campbell at Loyola

7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Saturday

December 14

Tennessee at WSU [ESPN2] [at INTRUST Bank] Indiana State at UMKC Jackson State at Evansville New Mexico State at Drake VCU at UNI [ESPNU]

1:00 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 11:00 a.m.

Monday

December 16

Illinois State at Oakland

6:00 p.m.

Tuesday

December 17

Missouri State at Louisville [ESPN2] Southern Illinois at Murray State Wichita State at Alabama [ESPNU]

8:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

Wednesday

December 18

Indiana State at Saint Louis Northern Illinois at Loyola Western Michigan at Drake

TBD 7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Thursday

December 19

Tennessee State at Illinois State

7:05 p.m.

Friday

December 20

Bradley vs. Portland

7:00 p.m.

Saturday

December 21

Alabama A&M at Missouri State Ball State at Southern Illinois UNI at Virginia [ESPN3] Butler at Evansville IUPUI at Indiana State Bradley vs. Pacific

Sunday

December 22

DePaul at Illinois State North Carolina Central at Wichita State

7:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 3:35 p.m. ET 7:30 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament (68 Teams) Selection Date Sunday, March 16 First Round - Dayton, Ohio Tuesday-Wednesday, March 18-19 Second/Third Rounds - Various Sites Thursday-Sunday, March 20-23 Regionals - Various Sites Thursday-Sunday, March 27-29 2014 Final Four (North Texas) Saturday-Monday, April 5 & 7

National Invitation Tourney (32 Teams) Selection Date Sunday, March 16 Three Rounds - Campus Sites (TBD) Semifinals & Finals Madison Square Garden Tues.-Thurs., April 1 & 3

College Basketball Invitational (16 Teams) Selection Date Sunday, March 16 Three Rounds - Campus Sites (TBD) March 18/19 - March 24 & 26 Championship Series - Campus Sites Best Two-of-Three (M31, April 2-4)

CollegeInsider.com Tournament (32 Teams) Selection Date Sunday, March 16 Three Rounds - Campus Sites (TBD) Championship Game - Campus Site Tuesday, April 1 Additional post-season tournament information on pages 160-174.


2013-14 Missouri Valley Conference Schedule Monday

December 23

SIU Edwardsville at Southern Illinois Loyola at Fordham Albany at Drake

7:05 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Saturday

December 28

Belmont at Indiana State Grambling State at Evansville Iona at UNI South Florida at Bradley

1 p.m. ET 1:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Sunday

December 29

Drake at IUPUI SE Missouri State at Missouri State Southern Illinois at Miami (Ohio) Davidson at Wichita State

1:00 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Wednesday

January 1

*Loyola at Indiana State *Bradley at UNI [MVC TV] *Evansville at Drake

2:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Thursday

January 2

*Illinois State at Missouri State *Wichita St. at Southern Illinois [ESPN3]

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Saturday

January 4

*Indiana State at Evansville [ESPNU] *Drake at Bradley

3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Sunday

January 5

*Southern Illinois at Illinois State *UNI at Wichita State [MVC TV] *Missouri State at Loyola

1:05 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.

Wednesday

January 8

*Illinois State at Wichita State *Southern Illinois at Loyola [MVC TV] *Missouri State at Bradley *Indiana State at Drake *UNI at Evansville

7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Saturday

January 11

12:05 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Tuesday

January 14

*Bradley at Wichita State *UNI at Southern Illinois

7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Wednesday

January 15

*Evansville at Illinois State *Missouri State at Indiana State [ESPN3] *Drake at Loyola

7:05 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Friday

January 17

*Southern Illinois at Bradley

7:00 p.m.

Saturday

January 18

*Indiana St. at Wichita St. [ESPN or ESPN2] *Missouri State at UNI [ESPNU] *Loyola at Evansville *Illinois State at Drake

Tuesday

January 21

*Evansville at Missouri State

7:05 p.m.

Wednesday

January 22

*Drake at Southern Illinois *Wichita State at Illinois State *Indiana State at Loyola *UNI at Bradley

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

3:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Saturday

January 25

*Illinois State at Indiana State *Southern Illinois at Missouri State [MVC TV] *UNI at Loyola *Wichita State at Drake

5:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Sunday

January 26

*Bradley at Evansville [MVC TV]

1:00 p.m.

Tuesday

January 28

*Loyola at Wichita State

7:00 p.m.

Wednesday

January 29

*Evansville at UNI [ESPN3] *Indiana State at Southern Illinois *Illinois State at Bradley *Missouri State at Drake

7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Saturday

February 1

*Bradley at Missouri State *Drake at Illinois State *Evansville at Wichita State [ESPNU] *Indiana State at UNI [ESPN3] *Loyola at Southern Illinois

2:05 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:05 p.m.

Tuesday

February 4

*Southern Illinois at Drake

7:05 p.m.

Wednesday

February 5

*Missouri State at Evansville *UNI at Illinois State *Wichita State at Indiana State [MVC TV]

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Notable Success • Sweet 16 -- Nine Valley schools have reached the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament since 1994. • Record 13 -- The Missouri Valley Conference set a post-season record with 13 wins (including a record-5 in the NCAA Tournament) in 2013. Six MVC teams represented the league in post-season play last year.

Schedule

*Bradley at Indiana State *Evansville at Southern Illinois *Loyola at Illinois State [MVC TV] *Wichita State at Missouri State [ESPN3] *Drake at UNI

Drake’s Seth VanDeest started all 32 games last year, averaging 9.5 points and 4.8 rebounds for the Bulldogs.

• Postseason Teams -- In 13 of the past 15 years, at least four Valley teams have reached postseason play, including six league teams in 2012-13. • So Close -- In 2013, Wichita State became the first MVC team to reach the Final Four since 1979, losing in the semis to eventual champion Louisville, 72-68. • So Close, Part II -UNI and Evansville both reached the semifinals of the CIT in 2013. • Title Runs -- MVC men’s basketball teams reached the championship game of a post-season tournament in four-straight years from 2008-11: Bradley (CBI, 2008), Bradley (CIT, 2009), Missouri State (CIT, 2010), Creighton (CBI, 2011) and Wichita State (NIT, 2011).

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2013-14 Missouri Valley Conference Schedule

In 2011, the league surpassed the 1 million mark in total attendance for the MVC Men’s Basketball Championship, now in its 24th year in St. Louis.

N11 W. Kentucky at WSU (ESPN2) N25 Wichita State vs. DePaul (E3) N26 Wichita St. vs. TBD (E2 or EU) D14 VCU at UNI (ESPNU) Tennessee at WSU (ESPN2)

Schedule

D17 Wichita St. at Alabama (EU) Missouri St. at Louisville (E2) J2

Wichita State at SIU (ESPN3)

J4

Indiana St. at Evansville (EU)

J11 Wichita St. at Missouri St. (E3) J15 Missouri St. at Indiana St. (E3) J18 Missouri St. at UNI (ESPNU) Indiana St. at WSU (ESPN or E2) J29 Evansville at UNI (ESPN3) F1

Evansville at WSU (ESPNU) Indiana State at UNI (ESPN3)

F6

Bradley at Loyola (ESPN3)

F8

Wichita State at UNI (ESPN2)

F9

Illinois State at Loyola (ESPN3)

F12 Drake at Missouri St. (ESPN3) F15 UNI at Missouri State (ESPNU) F19 Evansville at Indiana St. (E3)

Thursday

February 6

*Bradley at Loyola [ESPN3]

7:00 p.m.

Saturday

February 8

*Missouri State at S. Illinois [MVC TV] *Wichita State at UNI [ESPN2]

6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

Sunday

February 9

*Drake at Indiana State [MVC TV] *Evansville at Bradley *Illinois State at Loyola [ESPN3]

2:05 p.m. TBD 3:00 p.m.

Tuesday

February 11

*Southern Illinois at Wichita State

7:00 p.m.

Wednesday

February 12

*Drake at Missouri State [ESPN3] *Illinois State at Evansville *Indiana State at Bradley *Loyola at UNI

7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Saturday

February 15

*Bradley at Illinois State [MVC TV] *Southern Illinois at Indiana State *UNI at Missouri State [ESPNU] *Loyola at Drake

6:00 p.m. 12:05 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

Sunday

February 16

*Wichita State at Evansville [MVC TV]

Tuesday

February 18

*Bradley at Southern Illinois *Missouri State at Illinois State *UNI at Drake [MVC TV]

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

Wednesday

February 19

*Evansville at Indiana State [ESPN3] *Wichita State at Loyola

6:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Saturday

February 22

*Indiana State at Missouri State [ESPNU] *Southern Illinois at Evansville *Drake at Wichita State *Loyola at Bradley [MVC TV]

12:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

Sunday

February 23

*Illinois State at UNI [MVC TV]

Tuesday

February 25

*Wichita State at Bradley [ESPN3] *Loyola at Missouri State *Drake at Evansville

7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Wednesday

February 26

*Indiana State at Illinois State *Southern Illinois at UNI

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Saturday

March 1

*Bradley at Drake *Evansville at Loyola *Illinois State at Southern Illinois *Missouri State at Wichita State *UNI at Indiana State

Thursday

March 6

MVC Tournament [MVC TV] MVC Tournament [MVC TV]

6:05 PM 8:35 PM

Friday

March 7

MVC Tournament [MVC TV] MVC Tournament [MVC TV] MVC Tournament [MVC TV] MVC Tournament [MVC TV]

12:05 PM 2:35 PM 6:05 PM 8:35 PM

Saturday

March 8

MVC Tournament [MVC TV] MVC Tournament [MVC TV]

1:35 PM 4:05 PM

Sunday

March 9

MVC Tournament [CBS Sports]

1:05 PM

F22 Indiana St. at Missouri St. (EU) F25 Wichita State at Bradley (E3) M1

!Wildcard (ESPN2) !Wildcard (ESPNU)

!--Wildcard Weekend Game to be announced on Feb. 7, 2014.

=TBD =TBD =TBD =TBD =TBD

*denotes conference game Times are central, and subject to change; (EX) denotes exhibition game Not all of the institutional TV packages were available at press time. =game could be selected as MVC Wildcard on ESPN2 (3 p.m. CT) or ESPNU (12 p.m. CT) -team selections and network designations announced Feb. 7. . 26


2013-14 Men’s Basketball Preview by Quinn Zielonko

Active cAreer LeAders (entering the 2013-14 season)

The 2012-13 Missouri Valley Conference men’s basketball season will go down as one of the most successful in league history. For the 17th time and first since Indiana State in 1979, an MVC member danced all the way to the Final Four, invoking memories of the “Hick from French Lick” and his Sycamores’ unforgettable run. This time, however, it was names like Early, Hall and Marshall that told the story, and the nation watched it unfold, as the Shockers “Played Angry” and soared all the way to Atlanta. Because of this historic accomplishment and several other notable performances last year, expectations for Valley hoops are high again in 2013-14. As the MVC moves forward into yet another highly anticipated season, league members will look to further improve upon the high standard established over the course of the past few years.

1,146 - Walt Lemon Jr., Bradley 1,122 - Jake Odum, Indiana State 735 - Seth Tuttle, UNI 605 - Jordan Prosser, Bradley 564 - Deon Mitchell, UNI 453 - Keith Pickens, Missouri State 432 - Chip Rank, UNI 394 - Nathan Scheer, Missouri State 393 - Christian Kirk, Missouri State

3-POINT FGs MADE

Walt Lemon Jr. of Bradley is the league’s active leader in scoring with 1,146 points. He was a second-team all-MVC pick and all-Defense Team selection in 2012-13.

more post-season bids in the same season 19 times, including each of the last ten years. After Selection Sunday, Valley members continued to showcase why the MVC is arguably the most marvelous mid-major conference in the nation and did so in historic fashion. On their way to the Final Four, Wichita State defeated several notable opponents, including Pittsburgh and No. 2 seed Ohio State, and also, perhaps most impressively, they upset No. 1 seed Gonzaga, marking only the fifth time in the history of the NCAA Tournament that a No. 9 seed had defeated a No. 1. Post-season records were set in 2013 for most total wins (13) and most NCAA Tournament wins (5), breaking the mark (12) previously established in 2011. In the past nine years, The Valley has combined for 63 post-season victories.

Indiana State’s Jake Odum is one of two returning first-team all-MVC selections from a year ago (Cleanthony Early, WSU).

Regular-season results were also staggering in 2012-13, as the MVC produced a 94-50 record against non-conference foes, demonstrating the depth of the league. For the first time in the league’s 106-year history, all teams won six or more conference games and 10 or more games overall, illustrating remarkable competitive balance throughout the MVC membership.

82 76 75 63 52 43

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Nathan Scheer, Missouri State Chip Rank, UNI Walt Lemon Jr., Bradley Lucas Eitel, Indiana State Jake Odum, Indiana State Deon Mitchell, UNI

FREE THROWS MADE 414 235 202 137 120 112

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Jake Odum, Indiana State Walt Lemon Jr., Bradley Seth Tuttle, UNI Deon Mitchell, UNI Keith Pickens, Missouri State Marcus Marshall, Missouri St.

REBOUNDS 504 474 428 347 319 259 233 218 201

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Jordan Prosser, Bradley Jake Odum, Indiana State Seth Tuttle, UNI Keith Pickens, Missouri State Walt Lemon Jr., Bradley Chip Rank, UNI Christian Kirk, Missouri State Ryan Sawvell, Evansville Tekele Cotton, Wichita State

BLOCKS 45 43 41 41 29 22

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Keith Pickens, Missouri State Justin Gant, Indiana State Walt Lemon Jr., Bradley Seth Tuttle, UNI Jake Odum, Indiana State Jake Kitchell, Indiana State

STEALS 169 - Jake Odum, Indiana State 144 - Walt Lemon Jr., Bradley 65 - Deon Mitchell, UNI 63 - Seth Tuttle, UNI 59 - Keith Pickens, Missouri State 59 - Tekele Cotton, Wichita State

2013-14 Preview

Tremendous execution at the top of the conference combined with unquestionable depth has provided the framework for multiple post-season appearances. In 2012-13, six teams reached post-season play (2 NCAA, 1 NIT, 3 CIT), thus solidifying the sixth consecutive year that The Valley had six or more teams playing past Arch Madness. The MVC has had four or

SCORING (total points)

ASSISTS 448 - Jake Odum, Indiana State 243 - Walt Lemon Jr., Bradley 183 - Deon Mitchell, UNI 96 - Seth Tuttle, UNI 92 - Keith Pickens, Missouri State 90 - Tekele Cotton, Wichita State Stats do not include career totals accumulated at previous schools.

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2013-14 Men’s Basketball Preview Wichita State has led the way over the course of the past four seasons, amassing 111 wins, which is the most of any MVC team in a four-year span in the history of the league. The Valley finished eighth in the final RPI rankings (Collegiate Basketball News), with five MVC teams ranking in the RPI Top 100 (Wichita State, Creighton, Indiana State, UNI and Evansville). Eleven wins came against BCS football league opponents, and four wins were against top-25 teams. For the second consecutive year, The Valley had two teams ranked in the final men’s basketball poll, with Wichita State coming in at No. 4, and Creighton finishing at No. 21. The MVC continues to prove why it is one of the most consistent leagues in the nation, perhaps evidenced most convincingly by coaching stability. Only one head coaching change has taken place for the 2013-14 season, as Ray Giacoletti, who spent six seasons at as an assistant at Gonzaga, takes over at Drake.

2013-14 Preview

The most drastic shift this year, however, stems from the makeup of the membership itself. For first time since 1996, The Valley has undergone an alteration in team composition, as Creighton has departed for the Big East, and Loyola Chicago joins the MVC for 2013-14 and beyond.

In 2012-13 he joined the great Hersey Hawkins as the only player in league history to record at least 500 points, 100 rebounds, 100 assists, and 70 steals in one season. Lemon Jr. will lead Tyshon Pickett, Jordan Prosser, Ka’Darryl Bell and eight newcomers into 2013-14.  u DRAKE

SIU’s Desmar Jackson was on the league’s all-Newcomer team and an honorable mention all-conference pick in 2012-13.

Individual performers helped make 2012-13 special, and many familiar faces will be back for this upcoming season. Thirty-six players who averaged double-figure minutes, and 47 players who played in 25 or more games will return to build upon their accomplishments. Twenty-five of those that are coming back started 10 or more games last year. Along with the battle for the league title, the chase for the Larry Bird Trophy is one of the most interesting storylines for 2013-14. Early frontrunners include seniors Walt Lemon Jr. from Bradley, Cleanthony Early from Wichita State and Jake Odum of Indiana State. All three have demonstrated their phenomenal talents and will aim to help their teams continue the trend of improvement displayed last year. While preseason polls are often unreliable, Wichita State, Indiana State, and UNI have been tabbed as the teams to beat in the Missouri Valley Conference, and with Midnight Madness and November tournaments just around the corner, Valley teams are preparing for what promises to be another year of exceptional play.  u BRADLEY

UNI’s Seth Tuttle ranks third among active players in the league in career scoring (735) and rebounding (428). 28

The Braves enter the third year of the Geno Ford era hoping to improve upon their 18-17 (7-11 MVC) record. Returning for his senior season is Walt Lemon Jr., the conference’s active leader in total points and Bradley’s active leader in nearly every statistical category.

Drake will begin a new era under Coach Ray Giacolleti this season. Three key players from last year’s 9th place squad (15-17, 7-11 MVC) return, including starters Seth VanDeest and Richard Carter. The Bulldogs led the league in three-point field goals made per game last year with 8.7, and, along with two other league members (Creighton, UNI) ranked in the Top 20 in the NCAA in three-pointers made. Giacoletti brings a wealth of coaching experience to the Bulldogs, having spent the last six years under the guidance of Mark Few at Gonzaga. Drake will hope to surprise opponents with its blend of experience and new talent in 2013-14.  u EVANSVILLE

In spite of the departure of Colt Ryan, one of the most prolific scorers in MVC history, the Purple Aces will be looking to build upon their 21 victories in 2012-13, their most since 1999. They face the difficulty of losing four starters, yet many experienced players return ready to take the helm. Sophomores DJ Balentine and Egidijus Mockevicius and juniors Jaylon Moore and Ryan Sawvell all saw action in 35 or more Evansville’s contests last season, with Balentine and Mockevicius averaging more than five points per game. In addition, Mockevicius brings defensive tenacity to the table, as he tallied 64 blocks last season, the most of any returning player. Coach Marty Simmons is entering his 7th year at Evansville, and will aim to continue the trend of improvement that the Purple Aces have showcased the past few seasons.  u ILLINOIS STATE

What the Redbirds will bring to the table in 2013-14 is largely unknown. All five starters are gone from last year’s team. However, Coach Dan Muller has proven well-equipped to


2013-14 Men’s Basketball Preview deal with difficult circumstances, as his 2012-13 squad bounced back from an 0-6 start in league play to finish sixth in the conference. Sophomores Nick Zeisloft and Kaza Keane return after appearing in the vast majority of Illinois State’s tilts last season as well, providing needed experience. While the arrival multiple newcomers will make for a challenging adjustment, Illinois State will hope to surprise league foes with youth and never-before-seen talent.   u INDIANA STATE

The Indiana State Sycamores are one of the early favorites to contend for the MVC Championship. After spending a large part of the 2012-13 season on the NCAA Tournament bubble, the Sycamores bring back veteran leadership and depth, including Larry Bird Trophy candidate Jake Odum. As a junior, Odum averaged 13.6 points per game and tallied the most assists of any returning player in The Valley. Indiana State will aim to make an NCAA Tournament appearance this season, and the high expectations surrounding the Sycamores are predicated upon a recent history of post-season ventures. Coach Greg Lansing’s team has participated in a post-season tournament each of the last four years, and will try to make sure that appearance number five is announced on Selection Sunday.

 u MISSOURI STATE

The Bears bring back an experienced squad for 2013-14 thanks in large part to the exciting announcement of the return of Keith Pickens. Senior Jarmar Gulley, too, is back after missing all of last year with an injury. He was a starter two seasons ago. After finishing with 11-22 record overall and 7-11 mark in conference play last year, the Bears look primed to make a significant step forward. Paul Lusk enters his third year at the helm and has nine letterwinners back, including five with starting experience. Marcus Marshall was the MVC Freshman of the Year, the first MSU player to earn that since 2004.  u NORTHERN IOWA

Ben Jacobson’s Panthers bring back two starters and a host of letterwinners for 2013-14 and appear to be one of the early frontrunners to contend for the MVC title. The fashion in which the 2012-13 season ended gives the Panthers great cause for hope going forward, as they reached the semifinals of the CIT and completed their fifth-straight 20-win season. Juniors Seth Tuttle and Deon Mitchell will lead the way as UNI aims to make their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2010.

stArters returning/Lost Team

Returning

Bradley Drake Evansville Illinois State Indiana State Loyola Missouri State Northern Iowa Southern Illinois Wichita State MVC TOTAL*

Lost

2 2 2 0 4 2 5 2 2 3

3 3 3 5 1 3 2 3 3 4

22

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MVC 2012-13 33 19 MVC 2011-12 29 21 MVC 2010-11 31 19 MVC 2009-10 30 20 MVC 2008-09 23 27 *does not reflect Loyola’s figures

 u SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

Entering their second season under Head Coach Barry Hinson, the Salukis appear ready to continue their journey back to prominence in the MVC. During the final stretch of the 201213 slate, SIU was one of the hottest teams in The Valley, winning six of their final eight regular-season games. Starters Desmar Jackson (15.1 PPG) and Anthony Beane Jr. join four other 2012-13 letterwinners that will comprise the core for this year’s team.  u WICHITA STATE

Newcomer Loyola Chicago adds a variable to The Valley equation, and it comes at a perfect time for the Ramblers. Bringing back what was one of the youngest squads in the nation last year, the Ramblers are led by junior Joe Crisman, junior Christian Thomas, and sophomore Devon Turk. Head Coach Porter Moser will no doubt be prepared for the increased challenge of battling Valley competition, having spent four seasons as the coach of Illinois State The Ramblers program owns several historic accomplishments, most notably their 1963 NCAA title. Loyola will prove to be a difficult foe for its new opponents as their youth and emerging leadership carry them into 2013-14.

2013-14 Preview

The team to beat in the MVC this year is undoubtedly the Shockers of Wichita State. Coming off of their Final Four appearance, the Shockers are led by Larry Bird Trophy favorite Cleanthony Early, who enters his second year at Wichita State, sophomore sharpshooter Ron Baker, and junior Tekele Cotton. Wichita State brings back a total of eight letterwinners. Head Coach Gregg Marshall has built a new national power, and there is no doubt the rest of the conference will be taking aim at their prominent position. After setting a school record with 30 victories, excitement in Wichita is at an all-time high, and the Shockers look to prove that last year was only the beginning.

  u LOYOLA

Christian Thomas is one of two returning starters for Loyola. He averaged 12.1 points and 6.5 rebounds while starting all 31 games last year for the Ramblers. 29


2012-13 Missouri Valley Conference Review

2012-13 Review 30

The 2012-13 season was an historic one for the Missouri Valley Conference. Wichita State reached the Final Four, becoming the first Valley team to do so since 1979. Included in WSU’s run to Atlanta was a victory over top-seeded Gonzaga, marking only the fifth time in NCAA history a No. 9 seed had defeated a No. 1. Creighton’s Doug McDermott hovered around the national scoring leaders for much of the season (finishing second overall at 23.2 ppg) and became the first player in the MVC to earn First-Team All-America honors in back-to-back seasons in more than 25 years. For the second-straight year, McDermott also won both the Larry Bird Trophy and the MVC tourney’s Most Outstanding Player award. McDermott and Colt Ryan of Evansville both surpassed 2,000 career points last year and each finished among the Top 8 all-time in Missouri Valley Conference scoring history. Six teams reached post-season play, and the league’s 13 total postseason victories set an all-time record. Notably, the league’s postseason win percentage (.684, 13-6) was second only to the West Coast Conference (10-3), and the 13 total post-season wins were behind only the Big Ten (19) and Big East (16). The Valley has had four or more post-season bids in the same season 19 times, including each of the last 10 seasons. In the past nine years, The Valley has combined for 63 post-season wins, including last year’s record win total of 13. In 2012-13, four teams reached 20 victories, including Wichita State (30), Creighton (28), UNI (21) and Evansville (21). The league has now had four or more 20-win teams in each of the past nine seasons. Meanwhile, Wichita State and Creighton became the first pair of MVC teams to reach 28 or more victories in the same year. In 2012-13, the Missouri Valley Conference was 94-50 in non-conference play. That included 11 wins against schools from BCS leagues and four wins against top-25 schools. Wichita State (4) and Creighton (21) were in the season-ending USA Today Coaches poll. The Valley has now had two ranked teams in that poll at the end of the year in three of the past eight years (2006-12-13).

Back in the Final Four

2012-13 Standings Creighton Wichita State UNI Evansville Indiana State Illinois State Bradley Drake Missouri State Southern Illinois

13-5 12-6 11-7 10-8 9-9 8-10 7-11 7-11 7-11 6-12

28-8 30-8 21-15 21-15 18-15 18-15 18-17 15-17 11-22 14-17

‘Larry Bird’ Player of the Year: Doug McDermott, Creighton Coach of the Year: Gregg Marshall, Wichita State Tournament MOP: Doug McDermott, Creighton NCAA Tournament Qualifiers: Creighton, Wichita State NIT Tournament Qualifier: Indiana State CIT Tournament Qualifiers: Bradley, Evansville, UNI

2 in the NCAAs Again

For the second-straight year, the MVC had two teams qualify for the NCAA Tournament as Creighton (AQ) and Wichita State (at-large) represented the league. Creighton won the 2013 MVC Tournament, and Wichita State was the 2013 MVC regular-season runner-up and MVC Tournament runner-up. Notably, the MVC had two or more NCAA bids in 12 of 14 seasons from 1994-2007 (including ninestraight seasons from 1999-2007).

For the 17th time in conference history, a team from the Missouri Valley reached the Final Four. Wichita State lost to eventual national champion Louisville, 72-68, in the semifinals. It marked the first Final Four trip for a Valley team since 1979.

Non-Champs in NCAAs?

New Mexico State (1979), Illinois State (1985), Wichita State (1988 and 2013), Missouri State (1999), UNI (2005), Bradley (2006) and UNI (2006) are the only at-large qualifiers from The Valley who failed to win the league regular-season or tourney title in the year they qualified.

Non-Conference Success

MVC teams combined for a 94-50 non-conference record. That includes 11 wins against schools from BCS football leagues and four wins vs. top-25 teams. The 94 non-league victories are the most all-time in MVC history in one season. Year Non-Conf. (No. of MVC teams) | Most 2013 94-50 (10 teams) | Wichita State (16-2) 2007 90-36 (10 teams) | Southern Illinois (12-3) 2010 90-36 (10 teams) | Missouri State (14-1)

Post-Season Success

From 2006-13, The Valley had 63 total post-season wins, including a league-record 13 in 2012-13. Most MVC Postseason Wins, Single Season 13 -- 2013 (UNI-3, UE-3, BU-2-CIT) (WSU-4, CU-1-NCAA) 12 -- 2011 (MSU, WSU-5-NIT); (CU-4, UE-CBI) (UNI-CIT) 8 -- 2010 (UNI-2, NCAA); (MSU-4, CU-2, CIT) 8 -- 1981 (Tulsa-5, NIT); (WSU-3, NCAA)

Post-Season Streaks

In 2013, for just the sixth time in MVC history, six or more teams reached post-season play. Below are the six that made post-season in the Missouri Valley Conference last year, with prior post-season visit denoted. Team, Tourney, Post-Season Streak (Previous) Bradley (CIT) Creighton (NCAA) Evansville (CIT) Indiana State (NIT) UNI (CIT) Wichita State (NCAA)

*league record

1 *16 3 4 5 5

CIT (2009) NCAA (2012) CBI (2012) CIT (2012) NIT (2012) NCAA (2012)

Evansville’s Colt Ryan and Creighton’s Doug McDermott surpassed 2,000 career points in 2012-13, marking just the third time in history that a pair of MVC players reached that plateau in the same year.


2012-13 Missouri Valley Conference Review Another Sweet 16

In 2013, Wichita State became the ninth Missouri Valley Conference team to reach the Sweet 16 since 1994. Notably, the Valley has received just 38 total bids from 1994-2013, meaning nearly one of every four Valley NCAA berths since 1994 have resulted in a Sweet 16 trip.

How Sweet (16) it is

Creighton’s Doug McDermott earned AllAmerica honors for a second-straight year and was the Larry Bird Trophy winner.

58 Total Wins

Creighton (28) and Wichita State (30) combined for 58 total wins last year. Never before in the league’s 106year history had two teams reached 28 or more wins the same year.

Two Teams, 26+ Wins in a Season 2013 -- Wichita State (30), Creighton (28) 2012 -- Wichita State (27), Creighton (28) 2011 -- Missouri State (26), Wichita State (29)

30-Win Club

Wichita State is the sixth MVC team to win 30 games in a season, and the second to reach the plateau in four years. MVC’s 30-Win Teams, 106-Year MVC History 33 -- Indiana State (1979) -- reached NCAA title game 32 -- Bradley (1950) -- reached NCAA & NIT title games 32 -- Bradley (1951) -- runnerup in Natl. Campus Tourn. 32 -- Bradley (1986) -- lost in NCAA 2nd Round 30 -- UNI (2010) -- advanced to NCAA Sweet 16 30 -- Wichita State (2013) -- reached NCAA Final Four

Hands of Steal

Bradley’s Dyricus Simms-Edwards (86) and Walt Lemon Jr. (75) combined for 161 steals, establishing a league singleseason record for steals by teammates. 161 - Simms-Edwards/Lemon Jr. (2012-13) 155 – Paul Pressey/Mike Anderson, Tulsa (1980-81) 145 – Nate Green/Michael Menser, INS (1999-00) 145 – Larry Bird/Carl Nicks, INS (1978-79) 143 – Bryan Mullins/Tony Young, SIU (2005-06) 143 - Rob Dye/Eric Roberson, Bradley (1998-99)

Carmichael - 1 of 12

Illinois State’s Jackie Carmichael is one of just 12 players in MVC history with 1,500 career points and 900 career rebounds. He finished his career with 1,580 points and 942 caroms.

MVC Sweet 16 Teams Since 1994 (Wins) 1994 1995 1999 2002 2006 2006 2007 2010 2013

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#12 Tulsa (UCLA, Oklahoma State) #6 Tulsa (Illinois, Old Dominion) #12 Missouri St. (Wisconsin, Tennessee) #11 S. Illinois (Texas Tech, Georgia) #13 Bradley (Kansas, Pittsburgh) #7 Wichita St. (Seton Hall, Tennessee) #4 S. Illinois (Holy Cross, Va. Tech) #9 UNI (UNLV, Kansas) #9 Wichita State (Pittsburgh, Gonzaga)

Beating a No. 1 Seed

The league sent six teams to post-season play last year. It marked the eighth time in the past nine years the league had sent five or more teams to postseason play. Below is a recap of the years in which the MVC has had 4 teams in the post-season: Yr NCAA

NIT

81 84 85 90 91 95 99 00 01 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13

Tulsa, Drake CU, WSU Bradley CU, TU, SIU SIU, MSU, TU BU, ILS BU SIU, MSU BU, ILS CU, WSU WSU, MSU CU, MSU BU, MSU CU, ILS, SIU CU, ILS ILS, WSU MSU, WSU ILS, UNI Indiana State

CU, WSU ILS, Tulsa ILS, TU, WSU Illinois State Creighton SIU, Tulsa CU, UE, MSU CU, INS CU, INS UNI, SIU UNI, SIU, CU BU, UNI, SIU, WSU CU, S. Illinois Drake UNI UNI Indiana State CU, Wichita St. CU, Wichita St.

Oth. -------------1 4 3 3 3 3

Other includes CBI and CIT. 2008 marked the inaugural year for the CBI; while 2009 marked the inaugural year for the CIT.

After beating No. 1 seed Gonzaga on March 23, 2013, Wichita State became the fifth No. 9 seed to beat a No. 1 seed in NCAA Tourney history since the NCAA Tournament field expanded to 64 teams (1985). The MVC owns the last two (UNI beat Kansas in 2010). The full list: No. 9 Seeds to Defeat a No. 1 Seed 1992 1994 2004 2010 2013

– – – – –

UTEP 66, Kansas 60 Boston College 75, North Carolina 72 UAB 76, Kentucky 75 UNI 69, Kansas 67 Wichita State 76, Gonzaga 70

MVC vs. No. 1 Ranked

When Wichita State beat No. 1 Gonzaga in the third round of the NCAA Tournament it marked the second time a Valley team had defeated a No. 1 ranked non-MVC team in the past four years. The MVC has beaten a non-league top-ranked team seven times, with five of them occurring in the NCAA Tournament. MVC Teams to Beat a No. 1 Ranked Team 1950 1951 1959 1961 1962 2010 2013

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Saint Louis (Kentucky, Dec. 29, 1950) Saint Louis (Kentucky, Dec. 29, 1951) Cincinnati (Kansas St., NCAA 2nd Round) Cincinnati (Ohio State, NCAA Title Game) Cincinnati (Ohio State, NCAA Title Game) UNI (vs. Kansas, NCAA 2nd Round) Wichita State (vs. Gonzaga, NCAA 3rd Rd)

Wichita State celebrates its West Regional championship after downing Ohio State to earn a trip to Atlanta and the Final Four.

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Most Steals, MVC teammates, same season

The Missouri Valley Conference is the only non-BCS league with more than three different Sweet 16 teams in the past eight years (the MVC has had four different teams reach the Sweet 16 in that span: Bradley, UNI, SIU and Wichita State). In 2013, Wichita State became the ninth MVC team to reach the Sweet 16 since 1994. The Shockers also claimed a Sweet 16 trip in 2006 and lost in the regional semifinals.

League Sends 6 Teams to Post-Season Play

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2012-13 MVC Individual Statistics (All Games) SCORING Player-Team

G

FG

3FG

FT

1. Doug McDermott-CU 36 2. Colt Ryan-UE 34 3. Tyler Brown-ILS 32 4. Jackie Carmichael-ILS 33 5. Walt Lemon Jr.-BU 35 6. Desmar Jackson-SIU 31 7. Ben Simons-DU 32 8. Cleanthony Early-WSU 39 9. Anthony Downing-MSU 33 10. Jake Odum-INS 33

284 219 181 213 201 168 153 184 150 127

77 63 80 2 35 38 78 47 35 19

189 184 137 147 108 93 66 129 118 175

Pts Avg/G 834 685 579 575 545 467 450 544 453 448

23.2 20.1 18.1 17.4 15.6 15.1 14.1 13.9 13.7 13.6

REBOUNDING Player-Team 1. Jackie Carmichael-ILS 2. Jordan Clarke-DU 3. Doug McDermott-CU 4. Jeff Early-SIU 5. Troy Taylor-UE 6. Carl Hall-WSU 7. Gregory Echenique-CU 8. Seth Tuttle-UNI 9. Jack Koch-UNI 10. Tyshon Pickett-BU

G

OFF

DEF

TOT

Avg/G

33 30 36 30 36 32 36 36 36 35

83 97 58 76 74 101 82 82 51 94

223 160 218 141 176 117 157 156 183 98

306 257 276 217 250 218 239 238 234 192

9.3 8.6 7.7 7.2 6.9 6.8 6.6 6.6 6.5 5.5

FG PCT (Min. 3.0 made per game) (NCAA minimum 5.0) Player-Team G FG FGA Pct

FT PCT (Min. 2.0 made per game) (NCAA minimum 2.5) Player-Team G FTM FTA Pct

1. Gregory Echenique-CU 2. Dantiel Daniels-SIU 3. Seth VanDeest-DU 4. Seth Tuttle-UNI 5. Jordan Clarke-DU 6. Doug McDermott-CU 7. Carl Hall-WSU 8. Grant Gibbs-CU 9. Jackie Carmichael-ILS 10. Christian Kirk-MSU

1. Colt Ryan-UE 2. Ben Simons-DU 3. Doug McDermott-CU 4. Tyler Brown-ILS 5. Marcus Marshall-MSU 6. Anthony Downing-MSU 7. Manny Arop-INS 8. Cleanthony Early-WSU 9. Jake Koch-UNI 10. Johnny Hill-ILS

34 32 36 32 32 33 31 39 36 33

184 66 189 137 112 118 74 129 121 76

206 75 216 170 140 148 93 163 154 98

.893 .880 .875 .806 .800 .797 .796 .791 .786 .776

3FG PCT (Min. 1.0 made per game) (NCAA minimum 2.5) Player-Team G 3FG FGA Pct

3-POINT FG MADE Player-Team

YR

G

3FG

P/G

1. Micah Mason-DU 2. Doug McDermott-CU 3. Marc Sonnen-UNI 4. Ethan Wragge-CU 5. Nick Zeisloft-ILS 6. Lucas Eitel-INS 7. Ned Cox-UE 8. Ben Simons-DU 9. Chris Hines-DU 10. Colt Ryan-UE

1. Marc Sonnen-UNI 2. Tyler Brown-ILS 3. Ben Simons-DU 4. Ethan Wragge-CU 5. Doug McDermott-CU 6. Chris Hines-DU 7. Colt Ryan-UE 8. Ned Cox-UE 9. Malcolm Armstead-WSU 10. D.J. Balentine-UE

SR SR SR JR JR SR SR SR SR FR

36 32 32 36 36 31 34 35 39 36

96 80 78 78 77 60 63 57 61 53

2.67 2.50 2.44 2.17 2.14 1.94 1.85 1.63 1.56 1.47

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Player-Team

YR

G

REB

P/G

SR SR JR SR SR JR SR SO

30 32 35 30 33 39 36 36

97 101 94 76 83 89 82 82

3.23 3.16 2.69 2.53 2.52 2.28 2.28 2.28

36 27 32 36 30 36 32 36 33 32

30 36 36 36 25 33 35 32 31 34

138 84 106 143 99 284 145 113 213 122

210 138 190 257 179 518 267 213 404 234

40 77 96 78 28 40 57 78 60 63

.657 .609 .558 .556 .553 .548 .543 .531 .527 .521

79 157 215 175 67 99 142 195 151 160

.506 .490 .447 .446 .418 .404 .401 .400 .397 .394

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (Min. 2.5 assists/game) Player-Team G Asst Avg Turn Avg

Ratio

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

2.69 2.52 1.97 1.85 1.82 1.76 1.71 1.68

Grant Gibbs-CU Ned Cox-UE Austin Chatman-CU Colt Ryan-UE Troy Taylor-UE M. Armstead-WSU Kaza Keane-ILS Jake Odum-INS

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ASSISTS Player-Team 1. Grant Gibbs-CU 2. Jake Odum-INS 3. Austin Chatman-CU 4. Colt Ryan-UE 5. M. Armstead-WSU 6. Troy Taylor-UE 7. Walt Lemon Jr.-BU 8. Deon Mitchell-UNI 9. Richard Carter-DU 10. Kaza Keane-ILS

36 35 36 34 36 39 31 33

210 106 150 137 140 157 99 151

5.8 3.0 4.2 4.0 3.9 4.0 3.2 4.6

G Assists Avg/G 36 33 36 34 39 36 35 35 32 31

210 151 150 137 157 140 133 126 110 99

5.83 4.58 4.17 4.03 4.03 3.89 3.80 3.60 3.44 3.19

78 42 76 74 77 89 58 90

2.2 1.2 2.1 2.2 2.1 2.3 1.9 2.7

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

STEALS Player-Team 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Simms-Edwards-BU Walt Lemon Jr.-BU M. Armstead-WSU Desmar Jackson-SIU Jeff Early-SIU Colt Ryan-UE Jake Odum-INS Tyler Brown-ILS Troy Taylor-UE Jordan Clarke-DU

Jordan Clarke-DU Carl Hall-WSU Tyshon Pickett-BU Jeff Early-SIU Jackie Carmichael-ILS Cleanthony Early-WSU Gregory Echenique-CU Seth Tuttle-UNI

G Steals Avg/G

BLOCKED SHOTS Player-Team

35 35 39 31 30 34 33 32 36 30

1. J. Carmichael-ILS 2. E. Mockevicius-UE 3. G. Echenique-CU 4. Carl Hall-WSU 5. Ehimen Orukpe-WSU 6. Jake Koch-UNI 7. Jon Ekey-ILS 8. Seth VanDeest-DU 9. Cleanthony Early-WSU 10. Will Egolf-BU

86 75 76 58 51 50 48 46 48 40

2.46 2.14 1.95 1.87 1.70 1.47 1.45 1.44 1.33 1.33

G Blocks Avg/G 33 36 36 32 36 36 33 32 39 30

68 64 62 55 56 44 34 29 35 26

2.06 1.78 1.72 1.72 1.56 1.22 1.03 0.91 0.90 0.87

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2012-13 MVC Team Statistics (All Games) SCORING OFFENSE Team G Illinois State Creighton Drake Wichita State Evansville Bradley UNI Indiana State Southern Illinois Missouri State

33 36 32 39 36 35 36 33 31 33

W-L

Pts

18-15 28-8 15-17 30-9 21-15 18-17 21-15 18-15 14-17 11-22

2460 2680 2296 2720 2490 2371 2400 2159 1964 1966

SCORING DEFENSE Team G Wichita State UNI Creighton Missouri State Southern Illinois Indiana State Evansville Bradley Illinois State Drake

39 36 36 33 31 33 36 35 33 32

SCORING MARGIN Team G Creighton Wichita State Illinois State UNI Evansville Indiana State Bradley Drake Southern Illinois Missouri State

36 39 33 36 36 33 35 32 31 33

74.4 69.7 74.5 66.7 69.2 65.4 67.7 71.8 63.4 59.6

DEF

2020 2074 1802 1879 1928 1872 1772 1895 1652 1484

.395 .407 .415 .424 .426 .444 .446 .447 .453 .464

Creighton Evansville Illinois State Wichita State Drake Bradley UNI Indiana State Southern Illinois Missouri State

G

Assists

Avg/G

36 36 33 39 32 35 36 33 31 33

609 574 490 530 433 439 442 390 321 334

16.92 15.94 14.85 13.59 13.53 12.54 12.28 11.82 10.35 10.12

G

Steals

Avg/G

35 31 39 33 36 36 32 33 36 33

318 250 289 239 223 213 183 185 174 156

9.09 8.06 7.41 7.24 6.19 5.92 5.72 5.61 4.83 4.73

Bradley Southern Illinois Wichita State Illinois State UNI Evansville Drake Indiana State Creighton Missouri State

Mar.

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE Team G FG FGA Pct

TURNOVER MARGIN Team G TEAM Avg

OPP

Avg

Mar.

Creighton Wichita State Indiana State Missouri State Illinois State UNI Evansville Drake Bradley Southern Illinois

479 518 507 402 484 458 505 417 400 377

15.5 14.4 14.5 12.2 14.7 12.7 12.9 13.0 12.1 10.5

+3.29 +3.14 +2.63 +2.00 +1.61 +0.72 +0.33 -0.72 -0.82 -1.83

63.2 +11.3 61.2 +8.6 68.6 +5.9 61.9 +4.7 65.9 +3.2 65.6 -0.2 68.5 -0.7 72.5 -0.7 65.1 -1.8 64.7 -5.2

Pct

.501 .455 .447 .446 .443 .440 .438 .437 .429 .406

36 32 36 36 33 39 33 31 35 33

307 279 280 207 242 259 186 139 185 179

36 39 33 33 33 36 36 32 35 31

742 720 762 566 697 765 579 434 580 602

215 238 182 190 225 231 220 221 246 195

REBOUNDING MARGIN Team G TEAM Avg OPP WSU CU UNI UE INS ILS SIU BU DU MSU

39 36 36 36 33 33 31 35 32 33

1497 1263 1148 1208 1111 1159 931 1151 1009 980

38.4 35.1 31.9 33.6 33.7 35.1 30.0 32.9 31.5 29.7

BLOCKED SHOTS Team Wichita State Illinois State Indiana State Evansville Creighton UNI Bradley Southern Illinois Drake Missouri State

1190 1099 1157 1217 1133 1191 980 1216 1096 1130

.414 .388 .367 .366 .347 .339 .321 .320 .319 .297

689 739 558 578 673 672 628 630 695 523

.312 .322 .326 .329 .334 .344 .350 .351 .354 .373

SIU UE BU MSU ILS UNI WSU DU INS CU

Avg

Mar.

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO Team G Asst Avg Turn

30.5 +7.9 30.5 +4.6 32.1 -0.2 33.8 -0.2 34.3 -0.7 36.1 -1.0 31.6 -1.6 34.7 -1.9 34.2 -2.7 34.2 -4.5

G

Blocks

Avg/G

39 33 33 36 36 36 35 31 32 33

177 144 107 106 92 88 84 68 70 46

4.54 4.36 3.24 2.94 2.56 2.44 2.40 2.19 2.19 1.39

UE CU ILS WSU BU UNI MSU DU INS SIU

31 36 35 33 33 36 39 32 33 36

36 36 33 39 35 36 33 32 33 31

377 405 415 336 431 432 492 440 427 443

574 609 490 530 439 442 334 433 390 321

12.2 11.3 11.9 10.2 13.1 12.0 12.6 13.8 12.9 12.3

15.9 16.9 14.8 13.6 12.5 12.3 10.1 13.5 11.8 10.4

405 443 431 492 415 432 336 440 427 377

Avg Ratio 11.3 12.3 13.1 12.6 11.9 12.0 10.2 13.8 12.9 12.2

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Team G 3FG Drake Creighton UNI Illinois State Wichita State Evansville Indiana State Missouri State Bradley Southern Illinois

32 36 36 33 39 36 33 33 35 31

279 307 280 242 259 207 186 179 185 139

1.42 1.37 1.14 1.08 1.06 1.02 0.99 0.98 0.91 0.85

Avg/G 8.72 8.53 7.78 7.33 6.64 5.75 5.64 5.42 5.29 4.48

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Pct

1882 1914 1732 1645 1869 2166 2056 2006 1709 1721

797 845 748 796 821 831 791 848 748 689

ASSISTS Team

Creighton Drake UNI Evansville Illinois State Wichita State Indiana State Southern Illinois Bradley Missouri State

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES Team G FG FGA 942 871 775 733 828 954 900 876 733 698

39 36 33 33 36 35 32 36 33 31

Pct

61.2 61.9 63.2 64.7 65.1 65.6 65.9 68.5 68.6 72.5

.759 .757 .741 .723 .723 .717 .707 .699 .670 .642

36 33 32 31 36 39 36 35 33 33

489 464 483 476 434 467 507 553 391 359

Wichita State Creighton Indiana State Illinois State UNI Bradley Drake Evansville Missouri State Southern Illinois

FGA

STEALS Team

2385 2229 2274 2136 2019 2164 2374 2396 2265 2319

OFF

FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE Team G FG

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES Team G FG FGA Pct

Avg/G

644 613 652 658 600 651 717 791 584 559

Creighton Illinois State Drake Southern Illinois UNI Wichita State Evansville Bradley Indiana State Missouri State

36 36 36 33 35 32 33 39 33 31

74.5 74.4 71.8 69.7 69.2 67.7 66.7 65.4 63.4 59.6

Pts

FREE THROW PERCENTAGES Team G FTM FTA Creighton UNI Evansville Illinois State Bradley Drake Indiana State Wichita State Missouri State Southern Illinois

Avg/G

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2012-13 MVC Individual Statistics (MVC Games) SCORING Player-Team 1. Doug McDermott-CU 2. Colt Ryan-UE 3. Tyler Brown-ILS 4. Walt Lemon Jr.-BU 5. Jackie Carmichael-ILS 6. Cleanthony Early-WSU 7. Jake Odum-INS 8. Desmar Jackson-SIU 9. Anthony Downing-MSU 10. Ben Simons-DU

G

FG

3FG

FT

18 18 17 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

155 135 91 110 110 87 75 93 84 86

35 39 39 22 0 30 10 20 19 41

80 112 79 66 79 69 104 55 69 37

425 421 300 308 299 273 264 261 256 250

23.6 23.4 17.6 17.1 16.6 15.2 14.7 14.5 14.2 13.9

FIELD GOAL PCT (Min. 3.0 made per game) Player-Team G FG

FGA

Pct

1. Gregory Echenique-CU 2. Doug McDermott-CU 3. Jordan Clarke-DU 4. Seth Tuttle-UNI 5. Grant Gibbs-CU 6. Christian Kirk-MSU 7. Carl Hall-WSU 8. Jackie Carmichael-ILS 9. Jeff Early-SIU 10. Jake Odum-INS

97 268 111 123 124 109 97 222 162 152

.629 .578 .577 .561 .548 .523 .515 .495 .494 .493

THREE-POINT FG PCT (Min. 1.0 made per game) Player-Team G 3FG FGA

Pct

1. Micah Mason-DU 2. Marc Sonnen-UNI 3. Doug McDermott-CU 4. Austin Chatman-CU 5. John Wilkins-ILS 6. Ethan Wragge-CU 7. Nathan Scheer-MSU 8. Nick Wiggins-WSU 9. Jahenns Manigat-CU 10. Ned Cox-UE

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Pts Avg/G

18 18 18 18 18 17 13 18 17 18

DEF

TOT

Avg/G

18 18 18 18 17 18 13 18 18 18

48 60 36 40 46 44 39 28 38 43

137 94 117 95 77 80 46 86 68 56

185 154 153 135 123 124 85 114 106 99

10.3 8.6 8.5 7.5 7.2 6.9 6.5 6.3 5.9 5.5

FREE THROW PCT (Min. 2.0 made per game) Player-Team G FTM FTA

Pct

1. Colt Ryan-UE 2. Ben Simons-DU 3. Doug McDermott-CU 4. Anthony Downing-MSU 5. Johnny Hill,-ILS 6. Tyler Brown-ILS 7. Seth Tuttle-UNI 8. Marcus Marshall-MSU 9. Walt Lemon Jr.-BU 10. Anthony James-UNI

18 18 18 18 18 17 18 17 18 17

112 37 80 69 61 79 51 58 66 41

125 42 92 82 74 99 64 73 84 53

.896 .881 .870 .841 .824 .798 .797 .795 .786 .774

3-POINT FG MADE Player-Team

YR

G

3FG

P/G

SR SR SR JR SR SR JR SR SR JR

18 17 18 18 18 18 18 18 17 18

49 39 41 39 39 37 35 35 31 30

2.72 2.29 2.28 2.17 2.17 2.06 1.94 1.94 1.82 1.67

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO (Min. 2.5 assists/game) Player-Team G Asst Avg Turn Avg

Ratio

OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS Player-Team

YR

G

REB

P/G

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

3.39 2.05 2.03 1.89 1.78 1.77 1.68 1.62

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

SR SR SR SR SO FR SR JR

18 13 17 18 18 18 18 17

60 39 46 48 44 43 40 36

3.33 3.00 2.71 2.67 2.44 2.39 2.22 2.12

ASSISTS Player-Team 1. Grant Gibbs-CU 2. Austin Chatman-CU Jake Odum-INS 4. M. Armstead-WSU 5. Colt Ryan-UE 6. Troy Taylor-UE 7. Ned Cox-UE 8. Walt Lemon Jr.-BU 9. Deon Mitchell-UNI 10. A. Downing-MSU

61 82 61 100 82 78 79 63

3.6 4.6 3.4 5.6 4.6 4.3 4.4 3.5

G Assists Avg/G 18 18 18 18 18 18 17 18 18 18

100 82 82 79 78 67 61 64 63 61

5.56 4.56 4.56 4.39 4.33 3.72 3.59 3.56 3.50 3.39

51 105 76 50 40 87 63 48 65 75

OFF

Marc Sonnen-UNI Tyler Brown-ILS Ben Simons-DU Ethan Wragge-CU Colt Ryan-UE 6. Malcolm Armstead-WSU 7. Doug McDermott-CU Chris Hines-DU 9. Ned Cox-UE 10. Cleanthony Early-WSU

17 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

24 49 35 23 18 39 27 20 27 31

1. Jackie Carmichael-ILS 2. Jordan Clarke-DU 3. Doug McDermott-CU 4. Troy Taylor-UE 5. Jeff Early-SIU 6. Seth Tuttle-UNI 7. Carl Hall-WSU 8. Jake Koch-UNI 9. Gregory Echenique-CU 10. Egidijus Mockevicius-UE

G

.471 .467 .461 .460 .450 .448 .429 .417 .415 .413

Ned Cox-UE Austin Chatman-CU A. Downing-MSU Grant Gibbs-CU Jake Odum-INS Colt Ryan-UE M. Armstead-WSU Deon Mitchell-UNI

17 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 17

61 155 64 69 68 57 50 110 80 75

REBOUNDING Player-Team

18 40 30 53 46 44 47 39

1.1 2.2 1.7 2.9 2.6 2.4 2.6 2.2

1. 2. 3. 4.

STEALS Player-Team 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Simms-Edwards-BU Walt Lemon Jr.-BU M. Armstead-WSU Jeff Early-SIU Tyler Brown-ILS Jake Odum-INS Jake Koch-UNI Jordan Clarke-DU Colt Ryan-UE Desmar Jackson-SIU

Jordan Clarke-DU Carl Hall-WSU Jeff Early-SIU Jackie Carmichael-ILS Seth Tuttle-UNI Egidijus Mockevicius-UE Troy Taylor-UE Keith Pickens-MSU

G Steals Avg/G

BLOCKED SHOTS Player-Team

18 18 18 17 17 18 18 18 18 18

1. E. Mockevicius-UE 2. Ehimen Orukpe-WSU 3. J. Carmichael-ILS 4. G. Echenique-CU 5. Jon Ekey-ILS 6. Carl Hall-WSU 7. Jake Koch-UNI 8. R.J. Mahurin-INS 9. Will Egolf-BU 10. Seth VanDeest-DU

47 38 34 30 27 27 26 26 26 26

2.61 2.11 1.89 1.76 1.59 1.50 1.44 1.44 1.44 1.44

G Blocks Avg/G 18 18 18 18 18 13 18 18 13 18

40 33 32 23 21 15 20 19 13 16

2.22 1.83 1.78 1.28 1.17 1.15 1.11 1.06 1.00 0.89


2012-13 MVC Team Statistics (MVC Games) SCORING OFFENSE Team G

W-L

Pts

Creighton Illinois State Drake Evansville Wichita State Indiana State Bradley UNI Missouri State Southern Illinois

13-5 8-10 7-11 10-8 12-6 9-9 7-11 11-7 7-11 6-12

1353 1293 1253 1224 1223 1204 1158 1146 1100 1090

18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

SCORING DEFENSE Team G UNI Wichita State Creighton Indiana State Missouri State Evansville Southern Illinois Illinois State Bradley Drake

18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

SCORING MARGIN Team G

Avg/G 75.2 71.8 69.6 68.0 67.9 66.9 64.3 63.7 61.1 60.6

316 295 244 240 227 226 220 200 189 165

17.56 16.39 13.56 13.33 12.61 12.56 12.22 11.11 10.50 9.17

G

Steals

Avg/G

18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

149 135 130 115 114 103 98 96 76 72

8.28 7.50 7.22 6.39 6.33 5.72 5.44 5.33 4.22 4.00

OPP

Avg

Mar.

UNI Creighton Illinois State Wichita State Bradley Missouri State Indiana State Evansville Drake Southern Illinois

261 252 241 228 174 220 222 207 209 163

14.5 14.0 13.4 12.7 9.7 12.2 12.3 11.5 11.6 9.1

+3.33 +3.00 +1.17 +0.61 +0.17 +0.00 +0.00 -1.33 -3.11 -3.83

Pct .768 .766 .757 .748 .734 .722 .711 .707 .693 .635

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES Team G FG FGA

Pct .518 .450 .440 .439 .438 .436 .432 .430 .428 .425

18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

162 149 101 129 138 103 127 108 100 83

18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

95 115 126 114 128 121 107 120 141 133

REBOUNDING MARGIN Team G TEAM Avg OPP WSU CU UNI INS DU UE ILS MSU BU SIU

18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

670 631 561 589 584 596 624 527 546 499

37.2 35.1 31.2 32.7 32.4 33.1 34.7 29.3 30.3 27.7

BLOCKED SHOTS Team Wichita State Illinois State Indiana State Evansville UNI Drake Creighton Bradley Missouri State Southern Illinois

526 501 541 585 599 619 669 587 620 580

376 413 281 363 390 297 372 319 301 265

.431 .361 .359 .355 .354 .347 .341 .339 .332 .313

293 342 372 331 364 342 302 326 369 336

.324 .336 .339 .344 .352 .354 .354 .368 .382 .396

SIU UE BU ILS MSU UNI WSU INS DU CU

Avg

Mar.

ASSIST/TURNOVER RATIO Team G Asst Avg Turn

29.2 27.8 30.1 32.5 33.3 34.4 37.2 32.6 34.4 32.2

+8.0 +7.2 +1.1 +0.2 -0.8 -1.3 -2.5 -3.3 -4.1 -4.5

G

Blocks

Avg/G

18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

76 71 65 63 42 40 37 37 35 25

4.22 3.94 3.61 3.50 2.33 2.22 2.06 2.06 1.94 1.39

UE CU ILS MSU WSU UNI INS BU DU SIU

18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

201 198 220 217 171 220 222 231 265 232

295 316 240 189 244 226 220 200 227 165

11.2 11.0 12.2 12.1 9.5 12.2 12.3 12.8 14.7 12.9

16.4 17.6 13.3 10.5 13.6 12.6 12.2 11.1 12.6 9.2

198 232 217 171 222 220 231 220 265 201

Avg Ratio 11.0 12.9 12.1 9.5 12.3 12.2 12.8 12.2 14.7 11.2

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Team G 3FG Creighton Drake UNI Wichita State Illinois State Missouri State Bradley Evansville Indiana State Southern Illinois

18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

162 149 138 129 127 108 103 101 100 83

1.49 1.36 1.11 1.11 1.10 1.03 0.95 0.91 0.86 0.82

Avg/G 9.00 8.28 7.67 7.17 7.06 6.00 5.72 5.61 5.56 4.61

2012-13 Review

276 320 375 298 338 302 277 396 326 323

484 935 412 915 398 905 434 988 428 977 401 919 441 1020 429 998 439 1026 387 911

18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

TURNOVER MARGIN Team G TEAM Avg

FREE THROW PERCENTAGES Team G FTM FTA

18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

Avg/G

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE Team G FG FGA Pct

+9.5 +6.6 +4.3 +2.7 +0.9 +0.3 -4.9 -5.7 -6.8 -6.9

Creighton Indiana State UNI Wichita State Drake Southern Illinois Illinois State Bradley Evansville Missouri State

Creighton Evansville Wichita State Illinois State Drake UNI Indiana State Bradley Missouri State Southern Illinois

Assists

Bradley Southern Illinois Wichita State UNI Illinois State Indiana State Evansville Drake Creighton Missouri State

65.7 61.4 59.3 69.1 67.1 66.6 74.5 66.8 67.4 71.2

212 245 284 223 248 218 197 280 226 205

.413 .424 .427 .431 .436 .446 .457 .458 .465 .481

G

Creighton Drake Evansville Wichita State UNI Bradley Illinois State Missouri State Indiana State Southern Illinois

75.2 67.9 63.7 71.8 68.0 66.9 69.6 61.1 60.6 64.3

18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

380 919 440 1037 413 968 443 1029 407 934 427 957 460 1006 427 932 443 953 413 859

ASSISTS Team

59.3 61.4 65.7 66.6 66.8 67.1 67.4 69.1 71.2 74.5

1068 1105 1182 1199 1203 1207 1213 1244 1282 1341

Mar.

UNI Evansville Illinois State Creighton Drake Missouri State Bradley Indiana State Wichita State Southern Illinois

18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

Pct

STEALS Team

Avg/G

DEF

18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18

Wichita State Illinois State Indiana State Creighton UNI Evansville Drake Missouri State Bradley Southern Illinois

FGA

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGES Team G FG FGA Pct

Pts

OFF

Creighton Wichita State UNI Illinois State Evansville Indiana State Drake Missouri State Southern Illinois Bradley

FIELD GOAL PCT DEFENSE Team G FG

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2012-13 NCAA Conference Attendance, RPI Data 2012-13 Conference Attendance Leaders Conference

Teams

Games

Attendance

1. Big Ten 12 224 2. Big East #15 266 3. Southeastern #14 247 4. Big 12 #10 177 5. Atlantic Coast 12 214 6. Mountain West #9 152 7. Pac-12 12 213 8. VALLEY 10 168 9. Atlantic 10 #16 253 10. C-USA 12 207 11. West Coast 9 151 12. WAC #10 155 13. Colonial #11 161 14. Mid-American 12 185 15. Sun Belt #11 163 16. Horizon #9 141 17. Big West #10 147 18. Big Sky #11 159 19. Ohio Valley #12 169 20. Southern 12 179 21. Summit #8 110 22. Metro Atlantic 10 142 23. Ivy 9 104 24. Southland #10 137 25. America East 9 123 26. Atlantic Sun #9 123 27. Mid-Eastern 13 158 28. Southwestern 10 118 29. Patriot 8 110 30. Big South #12 176 31. Northeast #12 163 32. Great West #5 68 * Record high for that conference. #

2012-13 Team Leaders

2012-13 Review 36

Led by Creighton’s league-record 17,155 per-game attendance figure, which ranked No. 6 nationally, the league was eighth-best among Division I collegiate conferences. The Valley’s turnstile of 1,221,295 in home games translates to an average of 7,270 per Valley site. Six league schools ranked among the top 100 nationally, and two MVC schools (Creighton-17,155 and Wichita State-10,312) eclipsed 10,000 per game. School

G

1. Kentucky 2. Syracuse 3. Louisville 4. North Carolina 5. Indiana 6. Creighton 7. Wisconsin 8. Tennessee

18 19 16 16 19 17 18 17

Att.

Avg.

415,775 23,099 426,347 22,439 345,129 21,571 309,603 19,350 330,832 17,412 291,643 17,155 303,172 16,843 282,794 16,635

Average+/- Change

*2,937,630 13,114 246 2,845,803 10,699 -183 2,611,016 10,571 -942 1,821,229 10,289 -768 2,137,768 9,990 113 *1,325,403 8,720 919 *1,625,456 7,631 488 1,221,295 7,270 205 *1,511,374 5,974 418 1,116,612 5,394 -34 645,789 4,277 -7 503,561 3,249 -1720 494,521 3,072 -486 551,632 2,982 12 476,685 2,924 -334 384,217 2,725 -802 372,017 2,531 463 391,659 2,463 -69 391,097 2,314 -192 396,862 2,217 -159 243,568 2,214 -380 306,192 2,156 75 199,301 1,916 -217 246,089 1,796 280 220,176 1,790 98 217,872 1,771 -73 279,541 1,769 70 206,656 1,751 -342 191,744 1,743 16 *284,318 1,615 142 *231,355 1,419 66 65,268 960 -103 Different lineups from the previous year 9. Ohio St. 10. Kansas 11. Memphis 12. NC State 13. BYU 14. UNLV 15. Marquette 16. New Mexico 17. Illinois 18. Michigan St. 19. Arizona 20. Arkansas 21. Iowa 22. Iowa St. 23. Minnesota 24. Kansas St. 25. Maryland

18 18 18 17 18 22 16 16 17 18 16 19 20 17 17 18 21

297,428 295,889 294,044 277,087 287,750 334,320 240,530 240,351 255,213 258,138 226,505 261,242 272,496 227,683 213,865 225,503 262,264

16,524 16,438 16,336 16,299 15,986 15,196 15,033 15,022 15,013 14,341 14,157 13,750 13,625 13,393 12,580 12,528 12,489

39. Wichita St. 79. Bradley 80. Illinois St. 92. Missouri St. 98. Indiana St. S. Illinois Evansville UNI Drake

17 18 16 15 14 13 18 20 15

175,298 10,312 118,024 6,557 104,655 6,541 91,207 6,080 80,161 5,726 65,094 5,007 80,327 4,463 84,971 4,249 58,886 3,926

Ratings Percentage Index

The Rating Percentage Index, or RPI, is a computer-generated rating system that was first developed for and is used by both the men’s and women’s NCAA Division I basketball committees to assist in the selection of at-large teams for the NCAA basketball championships. The Valley ranked No. 8 (out of 32 conferences) in the Collegiate Basketball News Ratings Percentage Index, and has ranked among the top-nine leagues eight of the past nine seasons.

2013 - League by League RPI Conference

*W-L

Sked

RPI .5805 .5744 .5731 .5593 .5555 .5522 .5450

1. Big Ten 2. Big East 3. Mountain West 4. Atlantic Coast 5. Big 12 6. Pac-12 7. Atlantic 10

259-159 315-191 171-113 244-163 196-138 235-168 292-225

.5899-1 .5783-2 .5741-3 .5649-4 .5632-5 .5599-6 .5522-7

8. THE VALLEY

187-150

.5433-9 .5383

9. Southeastern 10. West Coast

262-203 .5443-8 .5380 162-129 .5354-10 .5314

*non-conference W-L

Five Teams in Top 100

In 2012-13, the Missouri Valley ranked No. 8 as a conference, according to Collegiate Basketball News (CBN). The MVC has been No. 8 or higher eight times in its history, with all of those taking place in the past nine seasons. At No. 18, Wichita State was the highest-rated team in 2013. (The Shockers were also No. 18 in the season-ending RPI of 2012.) Southern Illinois was No. 9 in the RPI at the end of the 2006-07 campaign to set the league standard. Since 1991-92, 78 of 88 Valley teams with regular-season RPIs (preSelection Sunday) in the Top 100 have been in post-season play.

MVC in the RPI (2012-13) Team

Rec.* Sked.

18-WSU 22-CU 72-INS 80-UNI 89-UE 106-ILS 140-DU 179-BU 188-SIU 198-MSU

30-9 28-8 17-15 20-15 20-15 18-15 14-17 18-17 13-17 9-22

34 70 46 33 94 109 86 195 173 71

RPI

*Vs.

.6164 .6106 .5556 .5532 .5465 .5298 .5145 .4927 .4865 .4772

12-8 13-6 8-8 3-13 6-7 4-10 4-12 2-10 4-7 2-13

*includes only games against Division I foes; vs.=games against the Top 100


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2013-14 Preview

Bradley

Numerical Roster No. Name

Yr. Pos. Ht.

Wt.

Hometown / High School

0 Ka’Darryl Bell

So.

G

6-1

195

Chicago (Ill.) Oak Park-River Forest High

3 Anthony Fields

So.

G

6-0

160

Detroit (Mich.) QEA (N.C.)/Wake Forest

4 Auston Barnes

Jr.

F

6-8

215

Lansing (Mich.) Waverly High/Odessa

10 Mason Alwan

Sr.

G

6-2

200

Peoria (Ill.) Richwoods H.S./Lincoln Land CC

12 Darrion Harris

So. G 5-10 155 St. Louis (Mo.) Whitfield School

13 Jordan Swopshire

Fr.

F

6-6

205

O’Fallon (Mo.) Fort Zumwalt South High

20 Tyshon Pickett

Sr.

F

6-6

230

Passaic (N.J.) H.S./Dodge City (Kan.) CC

F

Chicago (Ill.) De La Salle H.S./Illinois

21 Mike Shaw

Jr.

6-8

230

22 Xzavier Taylor

Fr. F/C 6-9

225

Chicago (Ill.) Morgan Park High

24 Omari Grier

So.

G

6-4

180

Erial (N.J.) Episcopal Academy/Fla. Atlantic

25 Walt Lemon, Jr.

Sr.

G

6-3

180

Chicago (Ill.) Julian High

34 Stefan Zecevic

Fr.

G

6-6

200

Kragujevac, Serbia/Lee Academy (Maine)

35 Chris Blake

Jr.

F

6-7

215

San Antonio (Texas) Clark H.S./Lee College

44 Jordan Prosser 52 Nate Wells

Sr. C 6-8

245 Goodfield (Ill.) Eureka High

So.

260

C

7-1

Davenport (Iowa) West High

Note: Shaw is a Division I transfer and must sit out the 2013-14 season

Geno Ford Head Coach

At A Glance

Alma Mater: Ohio U. (‘97) Overall Record: 144-111 (8 years) Record at BU: 25-42 (2 years) 2012-13: 18-17 / 7-11 (t-7th)

Year-By-Year Record Season School

Overall W L

Conf. W L

2001-02 2005-06 2006-07 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

22 17 12 19 24 25 7 18

10 9 13 15 10 12 25 17

13 5 12 6 6 12 10 6 13 3 12 4 2 16 7 11

3rd 8th t3rd 1st 1st 10th t7th

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

25 42 144 111

9 27 75 63

-----

0-2 4-7

Shawnee St. Muskingum Muskingum Kent State Kent State Kent State Bradley Bradley

School Totals (2 years) Career Totals (8 years)

Tyshon Pickett

Conf. Place Tourn.

2012-13 Finish: 18-17; 7-11 MVC (t7th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/7 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 NOTEWORTHY • Bradley returns seven of 14 lettermen from its 2012-13 squad that enjoyed one of the best turnarounds in the nation last season. • Bradley was 18-17 overall last year and advanced to the third round of the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament. • Bradley’s roster includes The Valley’s active career scoring leader in senior guard Walt Lemon, Jr. (1,146 points) and the league’s active career rebounding leader in fifth-year senior center Jordan Prosser (504 rebounds). • Lemon, Jr. completed the 2012-13 season with 545 points, 147 rebounds, 133 assists and 75 steals. He joined Bradley legend Hersey Hawkins, the 198788 national player of the year, as the only players in school and MVC history with 500 points, 100 boards, 100 assists and 70 steals in a season.

Basketball Support Staff

Greg Graham Asst. Coach

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Ronald Coleman Asst. Coach

Jaden Uken Asst. Coach

Cole Pittis Operations

Chris Williams Athletic Trainer

Dr. Jessica Higgs Team Doctor


Schedule/Results/University Facts 2013-14 Basketball Schedule

2012-13 Results (18-17, 7-11)

Date

Opponent

Site

Monday Saturday

October 28 November 2

!Upper Iowa (EX) West Virginia Wesleyan (EX)

Peoria, Ill. Peoria, Ill.

7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

Friday Sunday

November 8 November 10

Global Sports Invitational Jacksonville State Peoria, Ill. !Alabama State Peoria, Ill.

7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

Tuesday

November 12

Central Michigan

7:00 p.m.

Friday Sunday

November 15 November 17

Global Sports Invitational Chicago State Peoria, Ill. at Illinois Champaign, Ill.

7:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

Friday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Tuesday

November 22 November 30 December 4 December 7 December 10

at Arizona State [Pac-12 Net] Texas-Pan American !IUPUI at Milwaukee IPFW

9:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Friday Saturday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Tuesday Friday Wednesday Sunday Wednesday Saturday Thursday Sunday Wednesday Saturday Tuesday Saturday Tuesday Saturday Thurs-Sun.

South Point Holiday Hoops Classic (Las Vegas, Nevada) December 20 vs. Portland Las Vegas, Nev. December 21 vs. Pacific Las Vegas, Nev. December 28 South Florida Peoria, Ill. January 1 *at UNI [MVC TV] Cedar Falls, Iowa January 4 *Drake Peoria, Ill. January 8 *Missouri State Peoria, Ill. January 11 *Indiana State Terre Haute, Ind. January 14 *Wichita State Wichita, Kan. January 17 *Southern Illinois Peoria, Ill. January 22 *UNI Peoria, Ill. January 26 *at Evansville [MVC TV] Evansville, Ind. January 29 *Illinois State Peoria, Ill. February 1 *at Missouri State Springfield, Mo. February 6 *at Loyola [ESPN3] Chicago, Ill. February 9 *Evansville Peoria, Ill. February 12 *Indiana State Peoria, Ill. February 15 *at Illinois State [MVC TV] Normal, Ill. February 18 *at Southern Illinois Carbondale, Ill. February 22 *Loyola [MVC TV] Peoria, Ill. February 25 *Wichita State [ESPN3] Peoria, Ill. March 1 *at Drake Des Moines, Iowa March 6-9 MVC Tournament St. Louis, Mo.

Peoria, Ill.

Tempe, Ariz. Peoria, Ill. Peoria, Ill. Milwaukee, Wis. Peoria, Ill.

Time

7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 12:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. TBD 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. =TBD TBD

!game at Renaissance Coliseum in Peoria, Ill.; *denotes conference game; =MVC TV Wildcard

Date Opponent

Score

W/L

Att.

N9 N12 N17 N20 N24 N28 D1 D4 D17 D19 D22 D23 D29 J2 J6 J9 J12 J15 J19 J23 J26 J29 F2 F5 F10 F13 F16 F20 F23 F27 M2 M7 M20 M23 M26

76-53 78-61 79-72 63-82 80-57 82-65 66-74 72-68 62-43 77-42 65-66 55-57 67-57 66-60 63-69 53-68 53-84 69-66 69-66 56-66 39-73 83-77 58-75 76-70 65-68 59-79 80-68 84-92 63-62 62-80 56-64 66-81 75-69 77-72 77-90

W W W L W W L W W W L (ot) L W W L L L W W L L W L W L L W L (ot) W L L L W W L

6634 3151 1085 4768 6649 2076 11019 6313 6140 6066 350 350 7534 5015 7317 5553 4074 6628 7756 4183 10506 9088 18111 6653 7205 8417 8443 3825 3831 7730 7099 7537 1801 1897 3390

EASTERN ILLINOIS TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN at IUPUI at South Florida UT MARTIN at Central Michigan #3 MICHIGAN G. WASHINGTON ^GEORGIA SOUTHERN ^MISS. VALLEY STATE ^vs. Virginia Tech ^vs. Portland *DRAKE *at Southern Illinois *WICHITA STATE *at Indiana State *at Northern Iowa *SOUTHERN ILLINOIS *MISSOURI STATE *at Evansville *at Wichita State *ILLINOIS STATE *at Creighton *EVANSVILLE *NORTHERN IOWA *at Illinois State *INDIANA STATE *at Drake ~at UIC *CREIGHTON *at Missouri State %vs. Drake @GREEN BAY @TULANE @at Northern Iowa

Bradley

Day

Home in CAPS; ^Continental Tire Las Vegas Classic; ~ESPN BracketBusters; *MVC games; %MVC Tournament; @CIT Tournament

Bradley University (Founded 1897) Athletic Directory President: Joanne K. Glasser, Esq. Faculty Chairman of Athletics: Dr. Steve Tippett Director of Athletics: Dr. Michael Cross Senior Assoc. Athletic Director for Finance: Craig Dahlquist SWA/Assoc. AD for Academics & Student Welfare: Jennifer Jones Associate AD for External Affairs: Heidi Wegmueller Assistant AD for Compliance: Tessi Taylor Director of Athletic Development: Rick Gaa Athletics Department Telephone: 309-677-2666 Athletics Department Address: 1501 W. Bradley Ave., Renaissance Coliseum, Peoria, IL 61625 Associate AD for Communications: Bobby Parker (cell: 309-256-4302) Associate Director, Communications: Jim Rea (cell: 309-256-4379) SID Office Telephone: 309-677-2624 SID Fax Number: 309-677-2626

Joanne Glasser President

Dr. Steve Tippett Faculty Rep.

Dr. Michael Cross Athletic Director

Bobby Parker Basketball SID

University Facts Founded: 1897 Location: Peoria, Ill. Enrollment: 6,000 Colors: Red and White Nickname: Braves Years in the MVC: 62nd Arenas: Carver Arena (11,164) Renaissance Coliseum (4,200) Courtside Telephone Numbers: 309-680-3795 / 677-3000 (R.C.)

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2012-13 Statistical Review All-Game Statistics (18-17)

Bradley

Avg

--- TOTAL --FG FGA Pct

3-POINTERS 3FG FGA Pct

FT FTA

Pct

35 35

1200 34.3

201 446 .451

35 106 .330

108 142

.761

19 128 147

4.2

99

2 133 129

35 34

1186 33.9

154 379 .406

39 140 .279

84 114

.737

36

92 128

3.7

51

0

95

63

6

86 431 12.3

35 34

918 26.2

145 294 .493

89 120

.742

94

98 192

5.5

107

5

28

44

15

29 385 11.0 36 300 10.0

## Player

GP GS

25

Lemon Jr., Walt

32

Simms-Edwards, D.

20

Pickett, Tyshon

Min

6

13 .462

--- REBOUNDS --Off Def Tot Avg

PF FO

A TO Blk 14

Stl

Pts Avg

75 545 15.6

21

Egolf, Will

30 26

794 26.5

112 260 .431

37 104 .356

39

55

.709

42 122 164

5.5

110

6

35

41

26

04

Eastman, Jake

35 34

1083 30.9

79 196 .403

32 103 .311

33

49

.673

31 115 146

4.2

56

1

90

41

7

40 223

6.4

44

Prosser, Jordan

35

648 18.5

78 154 .506

0

0 .000

38

56

.679

52

72 124

3.5

60

0

7

21

3

11 194

5.5

9

05

Crawford, Jalen

35

2

511 14.6

51 146 .349

25

80 .313

9

10

.900

7

33

40

1.1

32

1

30

30

3

14 136

3.9

00

Bell, Ka’Darryl

31

0

283

9.1

23

57 .404

5

20 .250

10

18

.556

4

25

29

0.9

36

0

14

23

3

17

61

2.0

23

Shayok, Shayok

35

0

271

7.7

21

44 .477

1

1 1.000

15

22

.682

24

27

51

1.5

50

0

3

13

6

9

58

1.7

30

Gavin, Jimmy

10

0

28

2.8

5

13 .385

2

6 .333

1

1 1.000

1

1

2

0.2

0

0

0

1

0

0

13

1.3

14

Knezevic, Milos

13

1

23

1.8

2

6 .333

1

3 .333

5

6

.833

3

7

10

0.8

3

0

2

1

0

0

10

0.8

52

Wells, Nate

15

0

67

4.5

3

7 .429

0

0 .000

3

7

.429

5

7

12

0.8

8

0

0

2

1

0

9

0.6

12

Harris, Darrion

8

0

13

1.6

1

1 1.000

1

1 1.000

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0.0

1

0

1

1

0

0

3

0.4

10

Alwan, Mason

12

0

25

2.1

1

3 .333

1

3 .333

0

0

.000

0

3

3

0.3

0

0

1

0

0

1

3

0.3

48 103

2.9

1

TEAM

55

5

Total

35

876 2006 .437

185 580 .319

434 600

.723

373 778 1151 32.9

614 15 439 415

Opponents

35

831 1872 .444

246 695 .354

488 661

.738

363 853 1216 34.7

581

FT FTA

Pct

--- REBOUNDS --Off Def Tot Avg

0 84 318 2371 67.7

4 475 507 119 204 2396 68.5

Conference Games Only (7-11, t7th) ## Player

GP GS

Min

Avg

--- TOTAL --FG FGA Pct

3-POINTERS 3FG FGA Pct

PF FO

A TO Blk

Stl

Pts Avg

25

Lemon Jr., Walt

18 18

643 35.7

110 237 .464

22

62 .355

66

84

.786

8

73

81

4.5

49

2

64

66

4

38 308 17.1

32

Simms-Edwards, D.

18 17

616 34.2

92 212 .434

25

79 .316

40

59

.678

14

48

62

3.4

27

0

39

32

3

47 249 13.8

20

Pickett, Tyshon

18 17

463 25.7

71 147 .483

6

10 .600

29

40

.725

35

43

78

4.3

53

3

9

22

6

9 177

9.8

21

Egolf, Will

13 10

356 27.4

44 112 .393

14

44 .318

13

20

.650

18

48

66

5.1

46

1

19

20

13

15 115

8.8

04

Eastman, Jake

18 18

573 31.8

30

82 .366

19

52 .365

16

23

.696

14

62

76

4.2

29

0

43

26

2

17

95

5.3

44

Prosser, Jordan

18

8

348 19.3

31

71 .437

0

0 .000

15

25

.600

25

32

57

3.2

38

0

5

12

2

4

77

4.3

05

Crawford, Jalen

18

1

234 13.0

19

61 .311

10

33 .303

3

4

.750

3

15

18

1.0

10

0

9

12

2

5

51

2.8

00

Bell, Ka’Darryl

17

0

148

8.7

14

34 .412

4

13 .308

5

7

.714

1

15

16

0.9

21

0

7

16

0

8

37

2.2

23

Shayok, Shayok

18

0

170

9.4

14

31 .452

1

1 1.000

6

9

.667

16

10

26

1.4

35

0

2

9

5

5

35

1.9

14

Knezevic, Milos

4

1

7

1.8

2

3 .667

1

1 1.000

2

2 1.000

1

2

3

0.8

1

0

1

0

0

0

7

1.8

12

Harris, Darrion

3

0

5

1.7

1

1 1.000

1

1 1.000

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

1

0

0

0

3

1.0

52

Wells, Nate

8

0

46

5.8

1

5 .200

0

0 .000

2

4

.500

4

4

8

1.0

6

0

0

2

0

0

4

0.5

10

Alwan, Mason

5

0

11

2.2

0

0 .000

0

0 .000

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

0.0

30

Gavin, Jimmy

3

0

5

1.7

0

2 .000

0

1 .000

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

31

24

55

3.1

1

3

TEAM

0

Total

18

429 998 .430

103 297 .347

197 277

.711

170 376 546 30.3

316

6 200 220

37 149 1158 64.3

Opponents

18

443 953 .465

128 364 .352

268 347

.772

178 442 620 34.4

288

2 251 241

67 112 1282 71.2

3-POINTERS 3FG FGA Pct

FT FTA

Pct

--- REBOUNDS --Off Def Tot Avg

Conference Tournament (0-1) ## Player

GP GS

Min

Avg

--- TOTAL --FG FGA Pct

A TO Blk

Stl

Pts Avg

04

Eastman, Jake

1

1

38 38.0

6

11 .545

3

7 .429

0

0

.000

1

7

8

8.0

0

0

2

1

1

1

15 15.0

21

Egolf, Will

1

1

36 36.0

5

11 .455

3

5 .600

2

3

.667

2

5

7

7.0

2

0

2

2

0

1

15 15.0

25

Lemon Jr., Walt

1

1

35 35.0

6

13 .462

2

3 .667

0

0

.000

1

3

4

4.0

4

0

6

3

0

3

14 14.0

20

Pickett, Tyshon

1

1

23 23.0

4

8 .500

0

0 .000

3

3 1.000

1

3

4

4.0

5

1

0

1

0

0

11 11.0

05

Crawford, Jalen

1

0

18 18.0

3

6 .500

1

3 .333

0

0

.000

1

1

2

2.0

1

0

1

1

0

0

7

7.0

32

Simms-Edwards, D.

1

1

34 34.0

1

10 .100

0

5 .000

0

0

.000

1

0

1

1.0

1

0

3

3

0

0

2

2.0

23

Shayok, Shayok

1

0

8

8.0

1

2 .500

0

0 .000

0

0

.000

3

0

3

3.0

2

0

0

0

0

0

2

2.0

44

Prosser, Jordan

1

0

8

8.0

0

0 .000

0

0 .000

0

0

.000

0

0

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

0

2

2

2.0

0

TEAM

40

PF FO

0

0

Total

1

26

61 .426

9

23 .391

5

6

.833

10

21

31 31.0

15

1

14

11

1

5

66 66.0

Opponents

1

27

54 .500

12

30 .400

15

18

.833

7

25

32 32.0

11

0

15

8

3

3

81 81.0


Career Leaders/Media Outlets CAREER LEADERS - TOP 10

No. Student-Athlete (Years)

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

Hersey Hawkins (1984-88) Mitchell Anderson (1978-82) Roger Phegley (1974-78) Chet Walker (1959-62) Paul Unruh (1946-50) Joe Allen (1965-68) Voise Winters (1981-85) Phillip Gilbert (2000-04) Anthony Parker (1993-97) Andrew Warren (2006-11)

REBOUNDS

No. Student-Athlete (Years) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Dick Estergard (1951-54) Chet Walker (1959-62) Mitchell Anderson (1974-78) Luke Jackson (1986-90) Barney Cable (1955-58) Joe Allen (1965-68) Hersey Hawkins (1984-88) Harold McMath (1976-80) Donald Reese (1979-82) Voise Winters (1981-85)

ASSISTS

No. Student-Athlete (Years) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Anthony Manuel (1985-89) Jim Les (1983-86) Daniel Ruffin (2004-08) Billy Wright (1992-96) Marcello Robinson (2000-04) Willie Scott (1981-83) Bobby Humbles (1974-78) Hersey Hawkins (1984-88) Charles White (1989-93) Jim Caruthers (1972-76)

BLOCKED SHOTS

No. Student-Athlete (Years) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Donald Powell (1984-88) Adebayo Akinkunle (1994-98) Patrick O’Bryant (2004-06) Mitchell Anderson (1978-82) Jeffrey Rabey (1999-01) Danny Granger (2001-03) Luke Jackson (1986-90) Will Egolf (2007-13) Anthony Parker (1993-97) Hersey Hawkins (1984-88)

STEALS

No. Student-Athlete (Years) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Hersey Hawkins (1984-88) Eric Roberson (1996-00) Billy Wright (1992-96) Daniel Ruffin (2004-08) Rob Dye (1996-00) James Gillingham (2000-04) Mitchell Anderson (1978-82) Charles White (1989-93) D. Simms-Edwards (2009-13) Anthony Manuel (1985-89)

G

(entering this season)

Pts.

125 122 103 81 133 79 120 110 112 130

3,008 2,341 2,064 1,975 1,822 1,763 1,714 1,689 1,683 1,621

G

Rebs.

88 81 122 118 66 79 125 110 95 120

1,414 1,036 947 933 907 865 818 799 687 686

G

Asts.

108 87 122 118 119 65 107 125 114 102

G 113 116 52 122 58 43 118 117 112 125

855 696 644 595 416 412 403 400 386 364

Blks. 180 154 147 108 90 89 86 79 78 76

G

Stls.

125 112 118 122 117 120 122 114 123 108

259 231 219 207 195 192 184 183 180 165

Walt Lemon, Jr.

POINTS

ACTIVE CAREER LEADERS

Newspaper Dave Reynolds Beat Writer Peoria Journal Star 1 News Plaza, Peoria, IL 61643 Office Phone -- 309-686-3210 Fax Phone -- 309-686-3205 Cell Phone -- 309-256-4673 Email -- dreynolds@pjstar.com

Bradley

(entering this season)

Kirk Wessler Executive Sports Editor, Columnist Peoria Journal Star 1 News Plaza, Peoria, IL 61643 Office Phone -- 309-686-3216 Cell Phone -- 309-256-9093 Email -- kwessler@pjstar.com

Radio

SCORING (total points) 1146 605 385

Walt Lemon, Jr. Jordan Prosser Tyshon Pickett

FIELD GOAL SHOOTING .493 (145-294) - Tyshon Pickett .493 (247-501) - Jordan Prosser FIELD GOALS MADE 418 - Walt Lemon, Jr. 247 - Jordan Prosser 145 - Tyshon Pickett 3-POINT SHOOTING .462 (6-13) - Tyshon Pickett .335 (75-224) – Walt Lemon, Jr. 3-POINTERS MADE 75 - Walt Lemon, Jr. 6 - Tyshon Pickett 5 - Ka’Darryl Bell FREE THROW SHOOTING .742 (89-120) - Tyshon Pickett .706 (235-333) - Walt Lemon, Jr. FREE THROWS MADE 235 - Walt Lemon, Jr. 111 - Jordan Prosser ASSISTS 243 - Walt Lemon, Jr. 30 - Jordan Prosser STEALS 144 - Walt Lemon, Jr. 30 - Jordan Prosser BLOCKS

Dave Snell Play-by-Play 1501 W. Bradley Ave., Peoria, IL 61625 Office Phone -- 309-677-3611 Cell Phone -- 309-253-3290 Email -- dsnell@bradley.edu Chad Kleine Men’s Basketball Analyst Email -- chadkleine@nixonagency.com Ed Hammond Sports Reporter WMBD Radio (1470 AM) 331 Fulton Street, Suite 1200, Peoria, IL 61602 Office Phone -- 309-637-4730 Fax Phone -- 309-686-8655 Email -- edhammond@1470wmbd.com

Television Brian Bedo Men’s Basketball Play-by-Play Email -- brbedo@gmail.com Lee Hall Sports Director WEEK-TV (NBC) 2907 Springfield Road, East Peoria, IL 61611 Office Phone -- 309-698-3729 Fax Phone -- 309-698-2070 Email -- lhall@week.com Jim Mattson Sports Director WHOI-TV (ABC) 2907 Springfield Road, East Peoria, IL 61611 Office Phone -- 309-698-3727 Fax Phone -- 309-698-1910 Email -- jmattson@week.com Kurt Pegler Sports Director WMBD-TV (CBS) 3131 N. University, Peoria, IL 61604 Office Phone -- 309-686-9461 Fax Phone -- 309-686-8658 Email -- kurtp@wmbd.com

41 - Walt Lemon, Jr. 15 - Tyshon Pickett REBOUNDS 504 - Jordan Prosser 319 - Walt Lemon, Jr. 192 - Tyshon Pickett

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By The Numbers YEAR-BY-YEAR IN THE VALLEY

Versus the Missouri Valley Conference

Bradley

MVC Tourney

Non MVC

Post Season NIT 2-2 NIT 2-1 NCAA 2-1 --------NIT 3-0 NIT 0-1 NIT 2-1 NIT 3-0 ----NIT 0-1 ----NIT 3-0 NIT 0-1 --------NIT 0-1 --------------------NCIT 1-1 --------------------NCAA 0-1 ----NIT 5-0 --------NIT 0-1 NCAA 1-1 ----NCAA 0-1 --------------------NIT 2-1 NIT 1-1 NCAA 0-1 NIT 1-1 ----NIT 0-1 ----NIT 0-1 ----------------NCAA 2-1 NIT 1-1 CBI 4-2 CIT 3-1 ------------CIT 2-1

Year Overall

MVC

Finish

1949 1950

27-8 32-5

6-4 11-1

Third First

---------

21-4 21-4

1951 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

32-6 13-13 22-7 20-7 25-4 27-2 21-5 21-7 17-9 23-6 18-9 20-6 17-9 19-9 14-12 14-12 13-12 17-9 12-14 20-8 15-11 13-13 9-18 14-14 9-17 23-10 18-9 26-10 16-13 15-13 17-13 32-3 17-12 26-5 13-14 11-20 8-20 7-23 11-16 23-8 20-10 22-8 17-13 15-14 17-12 14-16 19-12 9-20 12-18 15-16 13-15 22-11 22-13 21-17 21-15 16-15 12-20 7-25 18-17

11-3 3-9 9-5 12-2 12-2 12-2 9-3 10-2 6-6 7-5 9-5 9-5 6-8 12-4 7-9 7-9 6-8 8-6 4-10 9-3 7-7 4-8 4-8 8-8 3-13 13-3 10-6 13-3 10-8 7-9 9-7 16-0 10-4 12-2 7-7 6-8 6-10 3-15 7-11 14-4 12-6 15-3 12-6 9-9 11-7 10-8 12-6 5-13 8-10 7-11 6-12 11-7 10-8 9-9 10-8 9-9 4-14 2-16 7-11

T-Second T-Sixth Second Second Second Second Second T-First T-Third Third T-Second T-Second T-Fourth Second T-Sixth Sixth Sixth Fourth T-Eighth Second Fourth T-Fourth Sixth T-Fifth T-Eighth First T-Fourth First Fifth T-Fifth T-Fourth First Second First Fourth T-Fifth Seventh T-Ninth T-Seventh T-Second Fourth First T-Second T-Sixth T-Second Fifth T-Second Eighth T-Fifth T-Sixth Eighth T-Fifth Fourth T-Fifth Fourth T-Fifth T-Ninth Tenth T-Seventh

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0-1 1-1 ----3-0 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 2-1 ----3-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 ----0-1 1-1 1-1 2-1 1-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1

21-3 10-4 13-2 8-5 13-2 15-0 12-2 11-5 11-3 16-1 9-4 11-1 11-1 7-5 7-3 7-3 7-4 9-3 8-4 11-5 8-4 9-5 5-9 5-5 6-4 7-7 8-2 12-6 5-4 8-3 7-5 14-2 7-8 11-3 6-6 5-11 2-9 4-8 4-4 8-3 7-3 5-4 4-6 4-4 5-4 4-7 5-5 3-6 4-7 8-4 7-2 9-3 11-4 12-7 10-6 6-5 7-5 5-8 11-5

61

1079-728

523-425

29-32 527-269

40-26

W

L

Pct.

1948-51 1955-56 1956-65 1965-78 1978-86 1986-91 1991-02 2002-11 2011-

28 3 86 91 81 41 110 74 9

8 9 32 93 49 31 88 88 27

.778 .250 .729 .494 .623 .569 .556 .457 .250

Braves Totals (61)

1948-

523

425

.552

In the Valley Tournament Coaches (Appearances)

Years

W

L

Pct.

Joe Stowell (2) Dick Versace (7) Stan Albeck (4) Jim Molinari (10) Jim Les (9) Geno Ford (2)

1977-78 1979-86 1987-91 1992-02 2003-11 2012-

1 8 3 11 6 0

2 6 3 10 9 2

.333 .571 .500 .524 .400 .000

Braves Totals (34)

1977-

29

32

.475

In the NCAA Division I Tournament* Coaches (Years)

Number

W

L

Pct.

Forddy Anderson (1950) Dick Versace (1980, 1986) Stan Albeck (1988) Jim Molinari (1996) Jim Les (2006)

1 2 1 1 1

2 1 0 0 2

1 2 1 1 1

.667 .333 .000 .000 .667

Braves Totals (6)

6

5

6

.455

*--Bradley also played in the 1954 and 1955 NCAA Tournaments as a non-Valley member and reached the championship game of the 1954 tournament.

In the National Invitation Tournament* Coaches (Years)

Number

Forddy Anderson (1949, 1950) Chuck Orsborn (57, 58, 59, 60, 62, 64, 65) Joe Stowell (1968) Dick Versace (1982, ’85) Jim Molinari (1994, ’95, ’97, ’99, ’01) Jim Les (2007) Braves Totals (18)

W

L

Pct.

2 7 1 2 5 1

4 11 0 5 4 1

3 4 1 1 5 1

.571 .733 .000 .833 .444 .500

18

25

15

.625

*--Bradley also played in the 1938, 1939, and 1947 NITs as a nonValley member, for an all-time NIT record of 26-18 (21 trips), with four titles (1957, 1960, 1964, and 1982).

In the National Commissioner’s Invitational Coaches (Years)

Number

W

Coaches (Seasons)

Years

W

L

Pct.

Fred Brown (9 1/2) Harold Olsen (1) Bill Allen (1/2) A.J. Robertson (26) Forddy Anderson (6) Bob Vanatta (2) Chuck Orsborn (9) Joe Stowell (13) Dick Versace (8) Stan Albeck (5) Jim Molinari (11) Jim Les (9) Geno Ford (2)

1909-18, 1919-20 91 1918-19 6 1919-20 2 1920-48 316 1948-54 142 1954-56 22 1956-65 194 1965-78 197 1978-86 156 1986-91 75 1991-02 174 2002-11 154 201124

65 9 4 187 56 33 56 147 88 71 152 140 42

.583 .400 .333 .628 .717 .400 .776 .573 .639 .514 .534 .524 .373

L

Pct.

Joe Stowell (1974)

1

1

1

.500

Braves Totals (1)

1

1

1

.500

Coaches (Years)

*Braves Totals (101) 19021600 1083 .596 *--Bradley played without a coach from 1902 to 1909, posting a 3633 record during those seasons.

42

Years

Forddy Anderson (3) Bob Vanatta (1) Chuck Orsborn (9) Joe Stowell (13) Dick Versace (8) Stan Albeck (5) Jim Molinari (11) Jim Les (9) Geno Ford (2)

In the National Campus Tournament

COACHING RECORDS By Tenure

Coaches (Seasons)

Number

W

L

Pct.

Forddy Anderson (1951)

1

2

1

.667

Braves Totals (1)

1

2

1

.667

In the College Basketball Invitational (CBI) Coaches (Years)

Number

W

L

Pct.

Jim Les (2008)

1

4

2

.667

Braves Totals (1)

1

4

2

.667

In the CollegeInsider.Com Tournament (CIT) Coaches (Years)

Number

W

L

Pct.

Jim Les (2009) Geno Ford (2013)

1 1

3 2

1 1

.750 .667

Braves Totals (2)

2

5

2

.714


drake


2013-14 Preview Numerical Roster No. Name

Yr. Pos. Ht.

Wt.

Hometown / Last School

1 Karl Madison

Jr.

2 Gary Ricks, Jr.

Sr. G 6-1

G 5-10 175 Springfield (Ill.) Lanphier High

3 Richard Carter

Sr. G 5-11 177 Detroit (Mich.) Cloud County/Cody High

4 Blake Danielak

Fr.

182 Los Angeles (Calif.) Sylmar High

F 6-7

190 Georgetown (Texas) Liberty Hill High 200 Tucker (Ga.) Tyler Junior College/Tucker HS

10 Trevor Berkeley

Jr.

F 6-6

11 Jacob Jensen

Fr.

C 6-11 240 Lunderskov (Denmark) Falkonergardens Gymnasium

Drake

12 Jordan Daniels

So. G 5-9

21 Robert Puleikis

So. C 6-10 221 Detroit (Mich.) Country Day High

153 Fontana (Calif.) Boston College/Etiwanda

23 Mitch McLaughlin

So. G 6-0

181 Cedar Rapids (Iowa) Xavier

25 Chris Caird

Jr. G/F 6-6

215 Daventry (England) Marshalltown

31 Aaron Hawley

Sr. G/F 6-8

197 Rogers (Ark.) High

40 Daddy Ugbede

So. F 6-6

216 Gardena (Calif.) Junipero Serra High

45 Seth VanDeest

Sr. C 6-11 269 Bettendorf (Iowa) High

Richard Carter

Ray Giacoletti Head Coach

At A Glance

Alma Mater: Minot State (‘85) Overall: 171-123 (10 years) Record at DU: First Year

Year-By-Year Record Season School 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

Overall W L

N. Dakota St. 18 N. Dakota St. 14 N. Dakota St. 16 E. Washington 17 E. Washington 17 E. Washington 18 E. Washington 17 Utah 29 Utah 14 Utah 11

2012-13 Finish: 15-17; 7-11 MVC (t-7th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 4/6 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 NOTEWORTHY • The Drake men’s basketball team is set to begin its first season under head coach Ray Giacoletti. The veteran coach was named head coach of the Bulldogs on March 28, 2013, after spending the previous six seasons as an assistant at Gonzaga.

Conf. W L

Conf. Place Tourn.

9 13 11 11 13 13 13 6 15 19

9 9 8 10 9 9 11 5 10 4 9 5 11 3 13 1 6 10 6 10

T-5th T-5th 6th 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 6th T-6th

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

School Totals (First Year) 0 0 Career Totals (10 Years) 171 123

0 0 92 66

-----

0-0 8-6

• The Bulldogs were one of the top three-point shooting teams in the nation in 2012-13, ranking seventh in three-pointers per game (8.7) and 15th in three-point percentage (.388). The team’s 279 three-pointers in 2012-13 ranked as the third most in program history. • The Bulldogs return two starters from that team in center Seth VanDeest and guard Richard Carter along with five others from 2012-13. The squad also adds two veteran players that did not see action last season in Aaron Hawley and Karl Madison.

Basketball Support Staff

Jeff Rutter Asst. Coach

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Bill Walker Asst. Coach

Todd Townsend Asst. Coach

Dave Buchanan Coord., Operations

Scott Kerr Athletic Trainer

Matty Richardson Athletic Trainer


Schedule/Results/University Facts 2013-14 Basketball Schedule

2012-13 Results (15-17, 7-11)

Date

Opponent

Site

Sunday Saturday Tuesday Saturday Saturday

November 3 November 9 November 12 November 16 November 23

Central College (EX) at Illinois-Chicago Iowa Wesleyan at Saint Mary’s Nebraska-Omaha

Des Moines Chicago, Ill. Des Moines, Iowa Moraga, Calif. Des Moines, Iowa

Friday Saturday Sunday

Fresno State Classic (Fresno, Calif.) November 29 at Fresno State Fresno, Calif. November 30 vs. Northern Arizona Fresno, Calif. December 1 vs. Cal State Bakersfield Fresno, Calif.

9:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

Saturday Saturday Wednesday Monday Sunday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Tuesday Sunday Wednesday Saturday Tuesday Saturday Tuesday Saturday Thurs.-Sun.

December 7 December 14 December 18 December 23 December 29 January 1 January 4 January 8 January 11 January 15 January 18 January 22 January 25 January 29 February 1 February 4 February 9 February 12 February 15 February 18 February 22 February 25 March 1 March 6-9

7:30 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. =TBD TBD

vs. Iowa (Wells Fargo Arena) New Mexico State Western Michigan Albany at IUPUI *Evansville *at Bradley *Indiana State *at UNI *at Loyola *Illinois State *at Southern Illinois *Wichita State *Missouri State *at Illinois State *Southern Illinois *at Indiana State [MVC TV] *at Missouri State [ESPN3] *Loyola *UNI [MVC TV] *at Wichita State *at Evansville *Bradley MVC Tournament

Des Moines, Iowa Des Moines, Iowa Des Moines, Iowa Des Moines, Iowa Indianapolis, Ind. Des Moines, Iowa Peoria, Ill. Des Moines, Iowa Cedar Falls, Iowa Chicago, Ill. Des Moines, Iowa Carbondale, Ill. Des Moines, Iowa Des Moines, Iowa Normal, Ill. Des Moines, Iowa Terre Haute, Ind. Springfield, Mo. Des Moines, Iowa Des Moines, Iowa Wichita, Kan. Evansville, Ind. Des Moines, Iowa St. Louis, Mo.

*denotes conference game; =MVC TV Wildcard

Time 2:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

Date Opponent

Score

W/L

N10 N17 N22 N23 N25 N30 D5 D8 D15 D19 D22 D29 J2 J5 J8 J12 J16 J20 J23 J27 J30 F2 F6 F10 F13 F16 F20 F23 F27 M2 M7 M8

96-66 79-85 70-73 77-66 70-74 76-66 73-88 74-64 77-86 72-69 74-56 57-67 63-75 65-77 61-91 82-77 83-69 55-85 74-69 72-78 61-56 74-71 86-94 78-84 56-71 64-71 92-84 71-54 67-56 63-66 81-66 53-65

W L L W L W L W L W W L L L L W W L W L W W (ot) L L (ot) L L W (ot) W W L W L

WILLIAM JEWELL at Detroit ^vs. California ^vs. Rice ^vs. Xavier +at Nevada SAINT MARY’S IPFW vs. Iowa State UNC CENTRAL EASTERN ILLINOIS *at Bradley *WICHITA STATE *MISSOURI STATE *at Creighton *at Illinois State *EVANSVILLE *at Northern Iowa *CREIGHTON *at Missouri State *at Southern Illinois *INDIANA STATE *ILLINOIS STATE *at Evansville *at Wichita State *NORTHERN IOWA *BRADLEY ~GREEN BAY *at Indiana State *SOUTHERN ILLINOIS %vs. Bradley %vs. Creighton

Att. 3273 2047 1087 1627 2527 6469 3410 2861 13180 2388 2669 7534 2792 3804 18073 5706 3694 4215 6162 5824 4626 4439 4133 4210 10211 6711 3825 3892 5054 4833 7537 14567

Drake

Day

Home in CAPS; +Mountain West-MVC Challenge; ^DirecTV Classic; ~Sears BracketBusters; *MVC games; %MVC Tournament

Drake University (Founded 1881) Athletic Directory President: Dr. David Maxwell Faculty Chairman of Athletics: Dr. Renae Chesnut Director of Athletics: Sandy Hatfield Clubb Associate Athletics Director/SWA: Megan Franklin Associate ADs: Mike Cigelman, Dave Haskin, Brian Brown Assistant Athletics Director: Frank Pucher, John Brown, Ty Patton Athletics Department Telephone: 515-271-2889 Athletics Department Address: Drake Bell Center 27th & Forest, Des Moines, IA 50311 Assistant AD/Communications: Ty Patton (cell: 205-310-1271) Assistant SIDs: Sean Palchick, John Meyer SID Office Telephone: 515-271-3014 SID Fax Number: 515-271-3015

Dr. David Maxwell President

Dr. Renae Chesnut Faculty Rep.

A.D. - Sandy Hatfield Clubb

Ty Patton Basketball SID

University Facts Founded: 1881 Location: Des Moines, Iowa Enrollment: 5,348 Colors: Blue and White Nickname: Bulldogs Years in the MVC: 102nd Arena: Drake Knapp Center (7,152) Courtside Telephone Number: 515-271-4884

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2012-13 Statistical Review All-Game Statistics (15-17) ## Player

GP GS

Min

Avg

--- TOTAL --FG FGA Pct

3-POINTERS 3FG FGA Pct

FT FTA

Pct

--- REBOUNDS --Off Def Tot Avg

PF FO

A TO Blk

Stl

Pts Avg

34 Simons, Ben

32 32

1106 34.6

153 351 .436

78 195 .400

66 75 .880

4 112 116 3.6

68

1

58 59

8 29 450 14.1

04 Hines, Chris

31 30

831 26.8

93 231 .403

60 151 .397

54 64 .844

6

65

3

34 48

2 19 300 9.7

45 VanDeest, Seth

32 32

716 22.4

106 190 .558

0

0 .000

91 128 .711

50 103 153 4.8

86

3

34 49 29 12 303 9.5

01 Clarke, Jordan

30 30

848 28.3

99 179 .553

5

13 .385

77 138 .558

97 160 257 8.6

86

2

33 45 14 40 280 9.3

58

64 2.1

03 Carter, Richard

32 21

821 25.7

95 242 .393

22

64 .344

82 110 .745

7

64

71 2.2

80

0 110 70

24 King, Joey

32

2

608 19.0

74 173 .428

33

95 .347

41 51 .804

27

67

94 2.9

85

3

30 44 12 10 222 6.9

22 Mason, Micah

30 11

467 15.6

55 114 .482

12 17 .706

65 39

21 Puleikis, Robert

1

0

10 Jeffers, Jeremy

30

0

40

79 .506

6.0

2

2 1.000

0

0 .000

348 11.6

31

82 .378

16

44 .364

6

4

32

36 1.2

36

0

0 .000

1

1

2 2.0

2

0

21 24 .875

6

32

38 1.3

31

0

0

0

4 4.0

1

21 26

1

7

99 3.3

32 17

Drake

31

2

441 14.2

36

99 .364

25

72 .347

5 .600

4

41

45 1.5

33

0

40 Ugbede, Daddy

17

0

125

7.4

15

24 .625

0

0 .000

16 24 .667

12

15

27 1.6

20

1

00 Babineaux, Kori

18

0

146

8.1

16

45 .356

0

7 .000

4 13 .308

4

17

21 1.2

31

0

23 McLaughlin, Mitch

3

0

7

2.3

0

0 .000

0

0 .000

0

2 .000

0

1

1 0.3

1

0

0

25

Bowie, Matt

3

0

5

1.7

0

0 .000

0

0 .000

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

Team

35

48

.000

0.3

83 2.6

1

0 15 162 5.4

0

02 Ricks, Jr., Gary

3

0

2 37 294 9.2

1

8 100 3.2

6

0

3

46 2.7

15 26

1

3

36 2.0

2

0

0

0 0.0

1

0

0

0

1

8

0.0

0

Total

32

775 1732 .447

279 720 .388

467 651 .717

257 752 1009 31.5

625 14 433 440 70 183 2296 71.8

Opponents

32

791 1772 .446

221 630 .351

516 686 .752

305 791 1096 34.2

588

9 446 417 104 244 2319 72.5

Conference Games Only (7-11, t-7th) ## Player

GP GS

Min

Avg

--- TOTAL --FG FGA Pct

3-POINTERS 3FG FGA Pct

FT FTA

Pct

--- REBOUNDS --Off Def Tot Avg

PF FO

A TO Blk

Stl

Pts Avg

34 Simons, Ben

18 18

641 35.6

86 192 .448

41 102 .402

37 42 .881

1

70

71 3.9

38

0

27 38

7 12 250 13.9

04 Hines, Chris

18 18

499 27.7

57 144 .396

35

24 28 .857

3

35

38 2.1

40

2

24 28

1 11 173 9.6

94 .372

01 Clarke, Jordan

18 18

539 29.9

64 111 .577

1

6 .167

43 66 .652

60

03 Carter, Richard

18

465 25.8

50 141 .355

11

42 .262

48 63 .762

6

9

94 154 8.6

53

1

13 34

7 26 172 9.6

33

44

0

51 42

1 14 159 8.8

39 2.2

45 VanDeest, Seth

18 18

367 20.4

45

82 .549

0

0 .000

50 72 .694

28

54

82 4.6

48

2

16 28 16

6 140 7.8

24 King, Joey

18

0

351 19.5

47 108 .435

20

55 .364

20 27 .741

18

44

62 3.4

43

2

20 27

6 134 7.4

22 Mason, Micah

283 16.6

42 26

17

9

40 Ugbede, Daddy

9

0

10 Jeffers, Jeremy

16

02 Ricks, Jr., Gary

17

00 Babineaux, Kori

8

0

60

Team

34

71 .479

24

51 .471

8 .750

1

22

23 1.4

24

0

8.8

10

16 .625

0

0 .000

11 18 .611

11

6

17 1.9

11

0

0

187 11.7

16

47 .340

9

24 .375

8 10 .800

3

19

22 1.4

15

0

204 12.0

12

47 .255

8

36 .222

0

0 .000

1

21

22 1.3

18

7.5

7

18 .389

0

3 .000

1

4 .250

1

4

5 0.6

21

28

49 2.7

79

6

8

0 10

98 5.8

4

0

1

31 3.4

0

13 16

0

3

49 3.1

0

17

8

0

5

32 1.9

10

0

4

8

0

2

15 1.9

0

6

0

0

Total

18

428 977 .438

149 413 .361

248 338 .734

154 430 584 32.4

344

7 227 265 40 96 1253 69.6

Opponents

18

460 1006 .457

141 369 .382

280 373 .751

158 441 599 33.3

312

4 264 209 62 153 1341 74.5

Conference Tournament (1-1) ## Player

Min

Avg

--- TOTAL --FG FGA Pct

3-POINTERS 3FG FGA Pct

FT FTA

Pct

--- REBOUNDS --Off Def Tot Avg

PF FO

A TO Blk

Stl

Pts Avg

03 Carter, Richard

2

2

57 28.5

8

16 .500

2

5 .400

5

5 1.000

0

5

5 2.5

4

0

8

0

1

3

23 11.5

04 Hines, Chris

2

2

62 31.0

8

18 .444

6

13 .462

0

0 .000

0

2

2 1.0

2

0

2

4

0

0

22 11.0

45 VanDeest, Seth

2

2

58 29.0

8

18 .444

0

0 .000

3

6 .500

5

6

11 5.5

5

0

3

3

2

1

19 9.5

24 King, Joey

2

0

39 19.5

6

11 .545

0

4 .000

5

6 .833

1

5

6 3.0

6

0

2

3

1

0

17 8.5

34

2

2

63 31.5

5

18 .278

2

5

5 1.000

0

4

4

1

0

5

0

0

2

17

2

0

35 17.5

5

10 .500

4

1

2 .500

0

6

6 3.0

1

0

1

2

0

2

15 7.5

15 7.5

10 5.0

Simons, Ben

02 Ricks, Jr., Gary

10 .200 9 .444

01 Clarke, Jordan

2

2

43 21.5

4

13 .308

0

1 .000

2

2 1.000

7

8

22

2

0

23 11.5

2

5 .400

2

2 1.000

0

0

0

2

2

2

0

20 10.0

2

5 .400

1

3 .333

0

0 .000

1

2

2

Mason, Micah

10 Jeffers, Jeremy

46

GP GS

Team

Total

2

Opponents

2

.000

2.0

8.5

7

0

1

2

2

2

1

0

1

1

0

0

6

3 1.5

3

0

2

1

0

0

5 2.5

2

4 2.0

0

0

1.0

3.0

0

48 114 .421

17

47 .362

21 26 .808

16

42

58 29.0

30

0

25 16

6 10 134 67.0

48 108 .444

13

39 .333

22 28 .786

22

53

75 37.5

29

1

25 28

9

9 131 65.5


Career Leaders/Media Outlets CAREER LEADERS - TOP 10 (entering this season)

No. Student-Athlete (Years) 1. Josh Young (2006-10) 2. Red Murrell (1955-58) 3. Melvin Mathis (1982-86) 4. Willie McCarter (1966-69) 5. Lewis Lloyd (1979-81) 6. Lynnrick Rogers (1993-97) 7. Wayne Kreklow (1975-79) 8. Ben Simons (2009-13) 9. Luke McDonald (2000-03) 10. Ken Harris (1973-77)

(entering this season)

G 127 73 110 77 56 104 109 125 87 89

No. Student-Athlete (Years) 1. Melvin Mathis (1982-86) 2. Jonathan Cox (2005-09) 3. Sam Roark (1986-90) 4. Greg Danielson (1999-03) 5. Al Williams (1967-70) 6. Bob Netolicky (1963-67) 7. Ken Harris (1973-77) 8. Willie Cerf (1953-56) 9. Lewis Lloyd (1979-81) 10. Red Murrell (1955-58)

ASSISTS

No. Student-Athlete (Years)

1,789 1,657 1,651 1,626 1,577 1,546 1,471 1,372 1,328 1,310

G Rebs. 110 129 106 116 85 75 89 67 56 73

G Asts.

1. Glenn Martin (1984-88) 115 2. Lonnie Randolph (2001-05) 116 3. Stephfon Butler (1981-85) 102 4. Napoleon Gaither (1975-78) 81 5. Ron Caldwell (1973-75) 76 6. Al Stewart (2005-07) 63 7. Terry Youngbauer (1979-83) 107 8. Terry Benka (1973-77) 88 9. Adam Emmenecker (2004-08) 97 10. Wayne Kreklow (1975-79) 109

BLOCKED SHOTS

No. Student-Athlete (Years) 1. Aliou Keita (2004-07) Seth VanDeest (09-pres.) 3. Jonathan Cox (2005-09) 4. Brent Heemskerk (2004-09) 5. William Celestine (1990-94) 6. Ken Maxey (1994-96) Kraidon Woods (2010-12) 8. Lewis Lloyd (1979-81) 9. David Bancroft (2001-05) 10. Kevin Bennett (1994-97)

STEALS

No. Student-Athlete (Years) 1. Matt Woodley (1997-2000) 2. Lonnie Randolph (2001-05) 3. William Celestine (1990-94) 4. Lynnrick Rogers (1993-97) 5. Nick Grant (2004-07) 6. Dan Knuckey (1992-94) 7. Josh Young (2006-10) 8. Stephfon Butler (1980-85) 9. Chaun Brooks (2003-06) 10. Alexander Surla (1991-95)

854 818 792 735 731 717 702 699 697 692

384 382 378 337 319 318 315 308 282 278

SCORING (total points) 836 - Seth VanDeest 546 - Aaron Hawley 294 - Richard Carter FIELD GOAL SHOOTING .625 (15-24) - Daddy Ugbede .523 (287-549) - Seth VanDeest FIELD GOALS MADE 287 - Seth VanDeest 195 - Aaron Hawley 95 - Richard Carter 3-POINT SHOOTING .369 (93-252) - Aaron Hawley .347 (25-72) - Gary Ricks Jr. .344 (22-64) - Richard Carter 3-POINTERS MADE 93 - Aaron Hawley 25 - Gary Ricks Jr.

G Blks. 91 94 129 128 107 54 62 56 101 41

133 92 89 73 67 64 64 63 58 55

G

Stls.

83 116 107 104 110 95 127 102 88 99

194 190 188 180 178 149 138 134 127 124

FREE THROW SHOOTING .745 (82-110) - Richard Carter .735 (258-351) - Seth VanDeest .691 (47-68) - Karl Madison FREE THROWS MADE 258 - Seth VanDeest 82 - Richard Carter ASSISTS 110 - Richard Carter 109 - Seth VanDeest STEALS 41 - Aaron Hawley 39 - Seth VanDeest

Newspaper Andrew Logue Beat Writer, The Register 715 Locust, Des Moines, Iowa 50304 Office Phone -- 515-284-8368 Cell Phone -- 515-491-7506 E-mail - alogue@dmreg.com Chad Leistikow Sports Editor, The Register 715 Locust, Des Moines, IA 50304 Office Phone -- 515-284-8130 Email -- cleistikow@dmreg.com Luke Meredith Sports Editor, Associated Press 505 5th Ave., Suite 1000 Des Moines, Iowa 50309 Office Phone -- 515-243-3281 Email -- lmeredith@ap.org Chuck Schoffner Men’s Basketball Stringer (Retired AP) 1796 NW 84th Ave. Ankeny, IA 50023 Email -- chuck@schoffner.com

Drake

REBOUNDS

Pts.

Seth VanDeest

POINTS

ACTIVE CAREER LEADERS

The Times-Delphic Drake University, Meredith Hall Des Moines, IA 50311 Office Phone -- 515-271-2806

Radio Larry Cotlar Radio Play-By-Play 4418 Bel Aire Rd. Des Moines, IA 50310 Phone -- 515-954-8889 Email -- cotman.sports@cumulus.com TBD Color Analyst Todd Kimm Radio Iowa 2700 Grand, Suite 300 Des Moines, IA 50312 Office Phone -- 515-282-1984 Fax Phone -- 515-282-1879 Email -- tkimm@learfield.com

Television Dave Zawilinski Sports Director, WOI-TV (ABC) 3903 Westown Parkway West Des Moines, IA 50266 Office Phone -- 515-457-1026 dzawilinski@myabc5.com Keith Murphy Sports Director, WHO-TV (NBC) 1801 Grand Ave., Des Moines, IA 50309 Office Phone -- 515-242-3739 sports@whotv.com Andy Garman Sports Director, KCCI-TV (CBS) 888 Ninth St., Des Moines, IA 50309 Office Phone -- 515-247-8811 AGarman@hearst.com

BLOCKS 92 - Seth VanDeest 11 - Aaron Hawley REBOUNDS 421 - Seth VanDeest 222 - Aaron Hawley

47


Drake

Year

Overall

1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

1-4 3-8 0-12 0-6 2-7 1-8 1-9 5-6 3-9 5-7 2-17 10-18 12-11 10-8 14-4 10-6 9-9 4-12 9-9 8-10 7-13 6-13 10-9 4-15 2-17 4-12 6-12 14-11 16-12 13-10 14-6 14-7 13-12 9-11 2-13 8-9 7-13 11-13 10-16 18-11 14-12 13-13 14-12 11-14 8-16 13-12 9-15 11-14 19-7 16-8 11-14 21-7 15-10 13-12 9-16 18-8 26-5 22-7 21-8 7-19 14-12 13-13 19-10 8-19 10-17 6-22 15-12 15-12 18-11 12-15 13-15 8-20 12-15 19-11 17-14 14-14 12-17 13-18 8-21 6-21 14-14 11-16 12-15 12-15 2-26 3-24 10-17 11-18 12-16 14-15 10-20 12-16 13-16 12-19 17-15 28-5 17-16 14-19 13-18 18-16 15-17

MVC 0-1 3-5 0-8 0-2 0-6 0-6 0-5 1-5 1-5 0-4 0-10 2-9 3-7 5-8 12-4 10-6 8-8 4-12 7-9 7-7 7-11 3-4 4-4 2-6 2-6 2-8 4-6 8-4 8-4 7-5 10-4 11-3 7-5 6-6 1-9 3-7 N/A N/A 5-7 8-4 5-5 4-6 5-7 4-10 4-10 7-7 4-10 4-10 7-5 6-6 3-9 10-2 6-8 6-8 4-10 9-7 13-3 14-2 9-5 2-12 5-9 3-9 9-5 3-9 5-7 2-14 8-8 6-10 10-6 7-9 9-9 4-12 4-12 10-6 6-8 5-9 6-8 5-9 4-12 3-15 9-9 6-12 9-9 8-10 0-18 0-18 5-13 4-14 8-10 9-9 5-13 7-11 7-11 5-13 6-12 15-3 7-11 7-11 7-11 9-9 7-11

101 1110-1304 542-796

48

Finish Third Third Third Fifth Third Third Third Sixth Sixth Seventh Seventh Eighth T-Fifth T-Fifth Third Third T-Fourth Seventh T-Sixth Fourth T-Seventh Third T-Third Fifth T-Fourth Fifth T-Fourth T-First T-First T-Second Second T-First Third T-Fourth Sixth T-Fourth N/A N/A Fourth T-Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Eighth Fourth Sixth Seventh T-Second Fourth Seventh T-First T-Fifth T-Fifth T-Seventh T-Fourth T-First First T-First T-Seventh Seventh Ninth Third Seventh Fifth Ninth T-Third Seventh T-Fourth T-Sixth Sixth Eighth T-Eighth T-Second Fifth Sixth T-Fifth Seventh T-Eighth T-Ninth Fifth T-Seventh T-Sixth T-Seventh Tenth Tenth Tenth Tenth T-Seventh T-Fifth T-Seventh T-Sixth Seventh T-Seventh T-Seventh First T-Eighth T-Eighth Seventh T-Third T-Seventh -----

MVC Tourney

Non MVC

Post Season

----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 ----- 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 ----- 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 3-0 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1

1-3 0-3 0-4 0-4 2-1 1-2 1-4 4-1 2-4 5-3 2-7 8-9 9-4 5-0 2-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 2-0 1-3 0-2 3-9 6-5 2-9 0-11 2-4 2-6 6-7 8-8 6-5 4-2 3-4 6-7 3-5 1-4 5-2 7-13 11-13 5-9 10-7 9-7 9-7 9-5 7-4 4-6 6-5 5-5 7-4 12-2 10-2 8-5 11-5 9-2 7-4 5-6 9-1 13-2 8-5 13-3 5-7 9-3 10-4 10-5 5-10 5-10 4-8 7-4 9-2 8-5 5-6 4-6 4-8 8-3 9-5 11-6 9-5 6-9 8-9 4-9 3-6 5-5 5-4 3-6 4-5 1-7 3-6 5-3 6-3 4-5 5-5 5-6 5-4 5-4 7-5 10-2 10-2 10-4 6-7 6-6 8-6 7-5

----- ----- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------NIT 1-1 ----------------NCAA 3-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 ------------NCIT 3-0 --------- ------------NIT 0-1 ----------------NIT 0-1 ------------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------NCAA 0-1 CIT 0-1 --------CIT 1-1 -----

551-474

10-9

17-34

COACHING RECORDS By Tenure Coaches (Seasons)

Years

C.A. Pell (3) John L. Griffith (3) A.R. Hackett (2) Ray Whisman (2) Ralph Glaze (1) S.W. Hobbs (1) M.B. Banks (3) Ossie Solem (4) Bill Boelter (7) E.O. (Bill) Williams (11) Bill Easton (1) Vee Green (1) Forddy Anderson (2) Jack McClelland (8) John Benington (2) Maurice John (13) Howard Stacey (3) Bob Ortegel (7) Gary Garner (7) Tom Abatemarco (2) Eddie Fields (1) Rudy Washington (6) Kurt Kanaskie (7) Tom Davis (4) Keno Davis (1) Mark Phelps (5)

1906-09 1909-10, 1912-14 1910-12 1914-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-21 1921-25 1925-32 1932-43 1943-44 1944-46 1946-48 1948-56 1956-58 1958-71 1971-74 1974-81 1981-88 1988-90 1989-90 1990-96 1996-03 2004-07 2007-08 2008-13

W

Bulldogs Totals (107)

1906-

6 2 2 8 5 2 32 37 46 113 7 21 32 90 21 211 34 91 95 23 2 63 62 51 28 77

L

Pct.

13 29 13 15 7 17 37 31 86 115 13 29 23 105 28 131 44 103 104 29 6 102 136 66 5 86

.316 .065 .133 .348 .417 .105 .464 .544 .348 .496 .350 .420 .582 .462 .429 .617 .436 .469 .477 .442 .250 .382 .313 .436 .848 .472

1180 1384

.460

Versus the Missouri Valley Conference Coaches (Seasons)

Years

W

L

Pct.

C.A. Pell (3) John L. Griffith (3) A.R. Hackett (2) Ray Whisman (2) Ralph Glaze (1) S.W. Hobbs (1) M.B. Banks (3) Ossie Solem (4) Bill Boelter (7) E.O. (Bill) Williams (11) Vee Green (1) Forddy Anderson (2) Jack McClelland (3) John Benington (2) Maurice John (13) Howard Stacey (3) Bob Ortegel (7) Gary Garner (7) Tom Abatemarco (2) Eddie Fields (1) Rudy Washington (6) Kurt Kanaskie (7) Tom Davis (4) Keno Davis (1) Mark Phelps (5)

1906-09 1909-10, 1912-14 1910-12 1914-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-21 1921-25 1925-32 1932-43 1945-46 1946-48 1948-51 1956-58 1958-71 1971-74 1974-81 1981-88 1988-90 1989-90 1990-96 1996-03 2004-07 2007-08 2008-13

3 0 0 2 0 0 11 34 32 67 5 13 13 11 95 10 43 45 9 2 39 31 25 15 37

6 18 9 10 4 10 24 30 47 61 7 9 23 17 85 30 59 65 13 4 67 95 47 3 53

.333 .000 .000 .167 .000 .000 .314 .531 .405 .523 .417 .864 .361 .393 .528 .250 .422 .409 .409 .333 .368 .246 .347 .833 .411

Bulldogs Totals (101)

1906-

542

In the Valley Tournament Coaches (Appearances)

Years

Bob Ortegel (5) Gary Garner (6) Tom Abatemarco (1) Eddie Fields (1) Rudy Washington (5) Kurt Kanaskie (7) Tom Davis (4) Keno Davis (1) Mark Phelps (5)

1977-81 1982-88 1989 1990 1991-96 1997-03 2004-07 2008 2009-13

Bulldogs Totals (35)

1977-

796

W 3 1 1 0 2 2 2 3 3

17

In the NCAA Division I Tournament Coaches (Years)

Maurice John (1969, ’70, ’71) Keno Davis (2008) Bulldogs Totals (4)

Number 3 1 4

W

5 0 5

.405

L

Pct.

5 6 1 1 5 7 4 0 5

.375 .143 .500 .000 .286 .222 .333 1.000 .375

34

.333

L

Pct.

3 1 4

.625 .000 .555

In the National Invitation Tournament Coaches (Years)

Maurice John (1964) Bob Ortegel (1981) Gary Garner (1986) Bulldogs Totals (3)

Number 1 1 1 3

W

1 0 0 1

L

Pct.

1 1 1 3

.500 .000 .000 .250

In the National Commissioner’s Invitational Coaches (Years)

Bob Ortegel (1975) Bulldogs Totals (1)

Number 1 1

W

3 3

L

Pct.

0 1.000 0 1.000

In the CollegeInsider.Com Tournament (CIT) Coaches (Years)

Mark Phelps (2009, 12) Bulldogs Totals (2)

Number 2 2

W

1 1

L

Pct.

2 2

.333 .333


evansville


2013-14 Preview Numerical Roster No. Name

Yr. Pos. Ht.

Wt.

Hometown / Last School

0 Ryan Sawvell

Jr. F/C 6-8

210

Mundelein (Ill.) High

2 Christian Benzon

Fr.

G

6-4

205

Gainesville (Fla.) The Rock School

3 Jaylon Brown

Fr.

G

6-0

185

Fishers (Ind.) High

4 Duane Gibson

Fr.

G

6-3

195

Cleveland (Ohio) Villa Angela-St. Joseph

5 Mislav Brzoja*

So.

G

6-4

205

Zagrab (Croatia) Traders Point Christian Acad.

10 Jaylon Moore

Jr. F/C 6-7

230

Olive Branch (Miss.) High

12 Adam Wing

So.

205

Morehead (Ky.) Rowan County

G

6-4

22 Tyler Ptacek

Fr.

G

6-3

175

Parma (Ohio) Padua Franciscan

23 Mike Leazer

So.

G

6-3

180

Mount Prospect (Ill.) Northridge Prep.

25 Rokas Cesnulevicius

Jr. F/C 6-8

210

Alytaus (Lithuania) Hawaii Preparatory Acad.

31 D.J. Balentine

So.

205

Kokomo (Ind.) High

44 David Howard

Fr. F/C 6-8

245

Nashville (Tenn.) Montgomery Bell

50 Blake Simmons

Fr. G/F 6-5

210

Newburgh (Ind.) Castle

55 Egidijus Mockevicius

So.

G

C

6-2

6-10 225

*not eligible in 2013-14

Kursenai (Lithuania) Lithuanian Univ. of Educational Sciences

Jaylon Moore

Marty Simmons Head Coach

At A Glance

EvansvillE

Alma Mater: Evansville (‘87) Overall Record: 186-176 (12 yrs.) Record at UE: 88-103 (6 years) 2012-13: 21-15 / 10-8 (4th)

Year-By-Year Record Season School

Overall W L

Conf. W L

Conf. Place Tourn.

1996-97 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

10 9 16 23 25 15 9 17 9 16 16 21

7 5 11 15 14 10 3 8 3 9 9 10

5th t-8th 5th 2nd 3rd-W 5th-W 10th t-5th 10th 6th t-3rd 4th

--0-0 0-1 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1

-----

1-6 3-9

Wartburg SIU Edwardsville SIU Edwardsville SIU Edwardsville SIU Edwardsville SIU Edwardsville Evansville Evansville Evansville Evansville Evansville Evansville

14 18 12 9 8 12 21 14 21 16 16 15

School Totals (6 years) 88 103 Career Totals (12 years) 186 176

9 15 9 5 5 9 15 10 15 9 9 8

42 66 97 108

2012-13: 21-15; 10-8 MVC (4th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/7 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 NOTEWORTHY   •  Evansville wrapped up its best season in 14 years,  finishing 21-15 with a trip to the CIT semifinals.  Eight  players who began the 2012 season with UE have moved on, opening the door for five new freshmen to  immediately step in and make an impact.   •  D.J. Balentine is the top returning scorer as he posted  8.1 points per game last season, third behind Colt Ryan  and Ned Cox. He was one of two UE players voted to the MVC All-Freshman team in 2013 while earning a nod to the All-Bench squad.   •  In four of the last five years, Marty Simmons has finished in the top six in the league after the program had done so just once in the eight seasons before 2009.   •  Egidijus Mockevicius joined Balentine on the MVC AllFreshman unit and was the top shot-blocking freshman in the Valley (No. 2 overall and tops in MVC games only) with 64 rejections in 2012-13.

Basketball Support Staff

Jimmy Elgas Asst. Coach

50

Carson Harris Asst. Coach

Geoff Alexander Asst. Coach

Kavon Lacey Graduate Asst.

Troy Coppus Athletic Trainer

Dr. Andrew Saltzman Team Doctor


Schedule/Results/University Facts 2013-14 Basketball Schedule

2012-13 Results (21-15, 10-8)

Date

Opponent

Site

Saturday  Saturday  Saturday  Tuesday 

October 26  November 2  November 9  November 12 

Trevecca Nazarene (EX)  Illinois-Springfield (EX)  Martin Methodist  at IUPUI 

Evansville, Ind.  Evansville, Ind.  Evansville, Ind.  Indianapolis, Ind. 

7:05 p.m. 4:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

Monday  Thursday  Saturday 

November 18  November 21  November 23 

Ohio Classic Mercer  Valparaiso  Anderson 

Evansville, Ind.  Evansville, Ind.  Evansville, Ind. 

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

Tuesday 

November 26 

at Indiana 

Bloomington, Ind. 

7:00 p.m.

Athens, Ohio 

1:00 p.m.

Murray, Ky.  Evansville, Ind.  Cincinnati, Ohio  Evansville, Ind.  Evansville, Ind.  Evansville, Ind.  Des Moines, Iowa  Evansville, Ind.  Evansville, Ind.  Carbondale, Ill.  Normal, Ill.  Evansville, Ind.  Springfield, Mo.  Evansville, Ind.  Cedar Falls, Iowa  Wichita, Kan.  Evansville, Ind.  Peoria, Ill.  Evansville, Ind.  Evansville, Ind.  Terre Haute, Ind.  Evansville, Ind.  Evansville, Ind.  Chicago, Ill.  St. Louis, Mo. 

7:00 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. TBD 7:05 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. =TBD TBD

Ohio Classic

Saturday 

November 30 

at Ohio 

Wednesday  Saturday  Tuesday  Saturday  Saturday  Saturday  Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Tuesday Sunday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Sunday Wednesday Sunday Wednesday Saturday Tuesday Saturday Thurs.-Sun. 

December 4  December 7  December 10  December 14  December 21  December 28  January 1 January 4 January 8 January 11 January 15 January 18 January 21 January 26 January 29 February 1 February 5 February 9 February 12 February 16 February 19 February 22 February 25 March 1 March 6-9 

at Murray State  Miami (Ohio)   at Xavier  Jackson State  Butler  Grambling State  *at Drake  *Indiana State [ESPNU]  *UNI  *at Southern Illinois  *at Illinois State  *Loyola  *at Missouri State  *Bradley [MVC TV]  *at UNI [ESPN3]  *at Wichita State [ESPNU]  *Missouri State  *at Bradley  *Illinois State  *Wichita State [MVC TV]  *at Indiana State [ESPN3]  *Southern Illinois  *Drake  *at Loyola  MVC Tournament 

*denotes conference game; =MVC TV Wildcard

Time

Date Opponent

Score

W/L

N10 N15 N16 N17 N20 N26 D1 D5 D8 D15 D18 D22 D29 J2 J5 J9 J13 J16 J19 J23 J26 J29 F2 F5 F10 F13 F16 F20 F23 F27 M2 M8 M19 M23 M26 M30

49-58 50-56 66-56 49-44 62-50 72-46 72-79 94-68 70-82 80-67 103-69 67-75 70-87 62-59 85-68 62-59 71-67 69-83 62-72 66-56 62-67 54-51 61-62 70-76 84-78 56-65 68-71 79-62 70-58 59-56 84-68 50-51 84-72 86-72 84-83 58-81

L 8224 L 3572 W 4112 W 4431 W 2027 W 3510 L 3970 W 3481 L 6302 W 4116 W 3254 L 9190 L 18458 W (ot) 3721 W 6032 W 4155 W 5485 L 3694 L 6444 W 4183 L 6507 W (ot) 3681 L 6328 L 6653 W (ot) 4210 L 4579 L 6838 W 4166 W 3428 W 10506 W 6909 L 14567 W 2324 W 1651 W 1403 L 5625

@at #22 Notre Dame @BUFFALO @YALE @WESTERN ILLINOIS at Tennessee Tech ALABAMA A&M at Colorado State MIAMI OHIO MURRAY STATE ALABAMA STATE OAKLAND CITY at #19 Butler *at Creighton *MISSOURI STATE *SOUTHERN ILLINOIS *at Northern Iowa *WICHITA STATE *at Drake *at Indiana State *BRADLEY *at Illinois State *NORTHERN IOWA *at Missouri State *at Bradley *DRAKE *at Southern Illinois *CREIGHTON *ILLINOIS STATE ~at Wright State *at Wichita State *INDIANA STATE %vs. Indiana State #TENNESSEE STATE #vs. Eastern Kentucky #at Canisius #at East Carolina

Att.

Home in CAPS; @Coaches v. Cancer ~BracketBusters; *MVC games; %MVC Tournament; #CIT Tournament

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University of Evansville (Founded 1854) Athletic Directory President: Dr. Thomas Kazee Faculty Chairman of Athletics: Dr. Mark Davis Director of Athletics: John Stanley Senior Associate Athletics Director/SWA: Sarah Solinsky Senior Associate Athletics Director: Dwight Merilatt Athletic Department Telephone: 812-488-2237

Dr. Thomas Kazee President

Dr. Mark Davis Faculty Rep.

John Stanley Athletic Director

Bob Pristash Basketball SID

Athletic Dept. Address:  1800 Lincoln Ave., Evansville, IN 47722 SID: Bob Pristash (cell: 812-266-5288) Assistant SIDs:  Dustin Hall, Tom Benson, Jim Leising SID Office Telephone: 812-488-2285 SID Fax Number: 812-488-2090

University Facts Founded: 1854 Location:  Evansville, Ind. Enrollment: 2,822 Colors:  Purple, Orange and White Nickname: Purple Aces Years in the MVC: 20th Arena:  Ford Center (11,000) Courtside Telephone Number: 812-266-5288

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2012-13 Statistical Review All-Game Statistics (21-15) Min

Avg

--- TOTAL --FG FGA Pct

3-POINTERS 3FG FGA Pct

FT FTA

Pct

--- REBOUNDS --Off Def Tot Avg

## Player

GP GS

11  Ryan, Colt 

34  32 

1121  33.0 

219  517  .424 

63  160  .394 

184  206  .893 

25 

96  121  3.6 

75 

0  137  74 

2  50  685  20.1

22  Cox, Ned 

35  35 

1047  29.9 

135  325  .415 

57  142  .401 

52  62  .839 

12 

56 

68  1.9 

68 

3  106  42 

6  26  379  10.8

31  Balentine, DJ 

36 

1 

821  22.8 

110  276  .399 

53  146  .363 

18  27  .667 

6 

56 

62  1.7 

32 

0 

69  41 

6  14  291  8.1

05  Taylor, Troy 

36  36 

1058  29.4 

92  200  .460 

0 

0  .000 

74  176  250  6.9 

91 

1  140  77 

3  48  248  6.9

04  Jones, Lewis 

3  18  215  6.1

64  105  .610 

58 

PF FO

A TO Blk

38  37 

Stl

Pts Avg

35  21 

752  21.5 

78  194  .402 

8 

27  .296 

51  80  .638 

26 

84  2.4 

78 

3 

55  Mockevicius,Egidijus  36  33 

661  18.4 

81  128  .633 

0 

0  .000 

46  65  .708 

72  109  181  5.0 

103 

1 

13  Jahr, Jordan 

20 

5 

287  14.4 

26 

75  .347 

7 

37  .189 

15  18  .833 

14 

35 

49  2.5 

32 

0 

10  Moore, Jaylon 

35 

0 

389  11.1 

54 

98  .551 

0 

0  .000 

15  27  .556 

25 

41 

66  1.9 

42 

0 

00  Sawvell, Ryan 

35 

7 

433  12.4 

51  100  .510 

1 

2  .500 

19  30  .633 

35 

67  102  2.9 

46 

1 

11  18 

1  11  122  3.5

12  Wing, Adam 

30  10 

467  15.6 

32 

81  .395 

5 

12  .417 

12  23  .522 

27 

55 

82  2.7 

49 

1 

31  28 

2  14 

81  2.7

01  Nelson, Jordan 

27 

0 

210 

7.8 

20 

53  .377 

13 

38  .342 

7 

7  1.000 

2 

11 

13  0.5 

15 

0 

13 

4 

0 

2 

60  2.2

25  Cesnulevicius, Rokas 

5 

0 

14 

2.8 

2 

5  .400 

0 

0  .000 

0 

2  .000 

5 

3 

8  1.6 

3 

0 

0 

2 

0 

0 

4  0.8

14  Chinn, Andy 

3 

0 

5 

1.7 

0 

2  .000 

0 

1  .000 

0 

0  .000 

1 

0 

1  0.3 

0 

0 

0 

1 

0 

0 

0  0.0 0  0.0

8  38  64  14  208  5.8 16  12 

3 

4  20  16 

8 

20  Williams, Brandon 

4 

0 

6 

1.5 

0 

2  .000 

0 

1  .000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0 

0  0.0 

0 

0 

1 

0 

0 

0 

23  Leazer, Mike 

2 

0 

4 

2.0 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0  .000 

1 

1 

2  1.0 

1 

0 

0 

0 

0 

1 

Team

53

66 119

3.3

0

74  3.7

7  123  3.5

11

0  0.0 0

Total

36

900 2056 .438

207 566 .366

483 652

.741

378 830 1208 33.6

635 10 574 405 106 213 2490 69.2

Opponents

36

848 1895 .447

220 628 .350

458 667

.687

343 874 1217 33.8

635 12 464 518 134 205 2374 65.9

FT FTA

Pct

--- REBOUNDS --Off Def Tot Avg

Conference Games Only (10-8, 4th)

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Avg

--- TOTAL --FG FGA Pct

3-POINTERS 3FG FGA Pct

## Player

GP GS

Min

PF FO

A TO Blk

11  Ryan, Colt 

18  18 

673  37.4 

135  312  .433 

39 

95  .411 

112  125  .896 

10 

62 

72  4.0 

36 

0 

78  44 

2  26  421  23.4

22  Cox, Ned 

17  17 

547  32.2 

66  155  .426 

31 

75  .413 

24  30  .800 

9 

27 

36  2.1 

34 

1 

61  18 

5 

05  Taylor, Troy 

18  18 

531  29.5 

51  116  .440 

0 

0  .000 

32  45  .711 

40 

95  135  7.5 

50 

1 

67  42 

3  24  134  7.4

04  Jones, Lewis 

17  14 

398  23.4 

39  100  .390 

4 

16  .250 

26  35  .743 

11 

29 

40  2.4 

39 

2 

13  15 

2 

31  Balentine, DJ 

18 

1 

381  21.2 

37  121  .306 

17 

64  .266 

10  15  .667 

1 

26 

27  1.5 

19 

0 

38  18 

3 

55  Mockevicius,Egidijus  18  18 

377  20.9 

41 

66  .621 

0 

0  .000 

17  29  .586 

43 

56 

99  5.5 

54 

0 

12  Wing, Adam 

17 

4 

263  15.5 

21 

40  .525 

4 

8  .500 

8  12  .667 

13 

36 

49  2.9 

35 

1 

10  Moore, Jaylon 

18 

0 

191  10.6 

23 

49  .469 

0 

0  .000 

7  15  .467 

13 

20 

33  1.8 

18 

0 

1 

00  Sawvell, Ryan 

17 

0 

154 

9.1 

15 

32  .469 

1 

1 1.000 

3 

7  .429 

9 

22 

31  1.8 

19 

1 

01  Nelson, Jordan 

13 

0 

91 

7.0 

8 

21  .381 

4 

13  .308 

1 

1  1.000 

1 

4 

5  0.4 

6 

0 

6  19  40 

Stl

Pts Avg

8  187  11.0 6  108  6.4 7  101  5.6 7 

99  5.5

0 

8 

54  3.2

8 

8 

2 

53  2.9

4 

8 

0 

4 

34  2.0

7 

1 

0 

2 

21  1.6 12  1.5

17  15 

13  Jahr, Jordan 

8 

0 

66 

8.3 

3 

14  .214 

1 

9  .111 

5 

6  .833 

3 

5 

8  1.0 

14 

0 

3 

3 

0 

4 

20  Williams, Brandon 

1 

0 

1 

1.0 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0 

0  0.0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0  0.0

25  Cesnulevicius, Rokas 

1 

0 

1 

1.0 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0 

0  0.0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0  0.0

14  Chinn, Andy 

1 

0 

1 

1.0 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

Team

0  27

0  34

0  0.0  61

3.4

0

7

0  0.0 0

Total

18

439 1026 .428

101 281 .359

245 320

.766

180 416 596 33.1

324

6 295 198

63

98 1224 68.0

Opponents

18

427 957 .446

120 326 .368

233 329

.708

172 447 619 34.4

323

6 229 252

66

96 1207 67.1

3-POINTERS 3FG FGA Pct

FT FTA

Pct

--- REBOUNDS --Off Def Tot Avg

Conference Tournament (0-1) ## Player

GP GS

Min

Avg

--- TOTAL --FG FGA Pct

A TO Blk

Stl

Pts Avg

55  Mockevicius,Egidijus 

1 

1 

24  24.0 

4 

5  .800 

0 

0  .000 

3 

3  1.000 

3 

4 

7  7.0 

5 

1 

0 

1 

2 

3 

11  11.0

31  Balentine, DJ 

1 

0 

22  22.0 

4 

8  .500 

2 

3  .667 

0 

0  .000 

0 

4 

4  4.0 

0 

0 

1 

0 

0 

0 

10  10.0

05  Taylor, Troy 

1 

1 

33  33.0 

4 

7  .571 

0 

0  .000 

1 

3  .333 

3 

7 

10  10.0 

3 

0 

1 

2 

0 

0 

9  9.0

11  Ryan, Colt 

1 

1 

38  38.0 

4 

18  .222 

0 

3  .000 

0 

0  .000 

1 

3 

4  4.0 

1 

0 

1 

3 

0 

1 

8  8.0

04  Jones, Lewis 

1 

0 

15  15.0 

2 

7  .286 

0 

2  .000 

2 

2  1.000 

1 

1 

2  2.0 

1 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

6  6.0

22  Cox, Ned 

1 

1 

26  26.0 

2 

7  .286 

1 

3  .333 

0 

0  .000 

0 

1 

1  1.0 

0 

0 

2 

0 

0 

0 

5  5.0

25  25.0 

1  1.0

12  Wing, Adam 

1 

1 

0 

3  .000 

0 

0  .000 

1 

2  .500 

0 

0 

0  0.0 

3 

0 

1 

1 

0 

2 

10  Moore, Jaylon 

1 

0 

7 

7.0 

0 

1  .000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0 

0  0.0 

1 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0  0.0

01  Nelson, Jordan 

1 

0 

1 

1.0 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0  .000 

1 

0 

1  1.0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0  0.0

00  Sawvell, Ryan 

1 

0 

9 

9.0 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

Team

52

PF FO

1 

0 

1  1.0 

0 

1

3

4

4.0

0

0

0  0.0 0

Total

1

20

56 .357

3

11 .273

7

10

.700

11

23

34 34.0

14

1

6

7

2

6

50 50.0

Opponents

1

18

47 .383

5

16 .313

10

16

.625

9

26

35 35.0

12

0

10

11

3

3

51 51.0


Career Leaders/Media Outlets CAREER LEADERS - TOP 10 (entering this season)

No. Student-Athlete (Years)

 1.  Larry Humes (1964-66)   2.  Colt Ryan (2009-13)   3.  Marcus Wilson (1996-99)   4.  Ed Smallwood (1958-60)   5.  Andy Elkins (1992-95)   6.  Scott Haffner (1987-89)   7.  Brad Leaf (1979-82)   8.  Parrish Casebier (1991-93)   9.  Craig Snow (1998-01)  10.  John Harrawood (1954-57) 

REBOUNDS

No. Student-Athlete (Years)  1.   2.  3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Dale Wise (1959-61)  Jerry Sloan (1963-65)  Ed Smallwood (1958-60) Herb Williams (1965-67) Mel Lurker (1958-60) Jeff Frey (1974-77) Dan Godfread (1986-90) Sascha Hupmann (1990-93) Reed Jackson (1992-95) Andy Elkins (1992-95)

No. Student-Athlete (Years) 1. Jeremy Stanton (1998-01)  2.   Scott Shreffler (1989-93)  3. Jason Holsinger (2005-09) 4. Reed Jackson (1992-95) 5. Troy Taylor (2009-13) 6. Colt Ryan (2009-13) 7. Todd Cochenour (1991-94) 8. Lucious Wagner (2001-05) 9. Scott Haffner (1987-89) 10. Ned Cox (2009-13)

BLOCKED SHOTS

No. Student-Athlete (Years) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Dan Godfread (1986-90) Sascha Hupmann (1990-93) Bradley Strickland (2003-07) Jeff Layden (1994-97) Mark Jewell (1990-91) Dan Lytle (2000-02) Egidijus Mockevicius (20128. Scott Sparks (1994-96) 9. Craig Snow (1998-01) 10. Andy Elkins (1992-95)

STEALS

No. Student-Athlete (Years) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Colt Ryan (2009-13) Reed Jackson (1992-95) Troy Taylor (2009-13) Jeremy Stanton (1998-01) Scott Haffner (1987-89) Adam Seitz (1999-02) Marcus Wilson (1996-99)  8.  Scott Shreffler (1989-93)  9. Brian Hill (1987-90) 10. Chris Hollender (1996-98)

Pts.

  85  128  119    82  117    87  106    76  107    79 

2,236 2,279 2,053 1,898 1,761 1,686 1,605 1,535 1,530 1,479

G

Rebs.

  82  1,197   85  1,053 82 981 79 879 83 844 100 800 102 737 97 716 112 712 119 711

G 115 118  118 112 129 128 117 103 87 126

Asts. 601 521 506 437 416 406 391 388 386 308

102 97 128 101 51 58 36 70 121 119

G 128 112 129 115 87 111 119 118  120 84

Blks. 226 193 160 79 73 64 64 62 56 42

Stls. 183 150 141 129 110 110 110   99  98 93

Tim Ethridge Evansville Courier & Press 300 E. Walnut, Evansville, IN  47702-0268 Office Phone -- 812-464-7416 Fax Phone -- 812-422-8196 Email -- ethridgeT@courierpress.com Colleen Thomas Beat Writer, Evansville Courier & Press 300 East Walnut, Evansville, IN  47702-0268 Office Phone -- 812-464-7613 Email -- colleen.thomas@courierpress.com University Crescent, Sports Editor 1800 Lincoln Ave., Evansville, IN  47722 Office Phone -- 812-488-2846 Fax Phone -- 812-475-6442 Email -- crescent@evansville.edu

Radio SCORING (total points) 302 - Ryan Sawvell 291 - D.J. Balentine 208 - Egidijus Mockevicius FIELD GOAL SHOOTING .633 (81-128) - Egidijus Mockevicius .574 (128-223) - Ryan Sawvell .571 (64-112) - Jaylon Moore FIELD GOALS MADE 128 - Ryan Sawvell 81 - Egidijus Mockevicius 3-POINT SHOOTING ..417 (5-12) - Adam Wing .363 (53-146) - D.J. Balentine 3-POINTERS MADE 53 - D.J. Balentine 5 - Adam Wing

G

Newspaper

FREE THROW SHOOTING .708 (46-65) - Egidijus Mockevicius .667 (18-27) - D.J. Balentine .616 (45-73) - Ryan Sawvell FREE THROWS MADE 46 - Egidijus Mockevicius 45 - Ryan Sawvell ASSISTS 69 - D.J. Balentine 31 - Adam Wing STEALS 29 14 14 14

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Ryan Sawvell Egidijus Mockevicius D.J. Balentine Adam Wing

Lance Wilkerson Color Commentator, UE Radio Network 1800 Lincoln Ave., Evansville IN 47722 Office Phone -- 812-488-2623 Fax Phone -- 812-488-2199 Email -- lw137@evansville.edu Tom Benson General Manager WUEV Radio 1800 Lincoln Ave., Evansville, IN 47722 Office Phone -- 812-488-2689 Email -- tb39@evansville.edu Dan Egierski Talk Show Host WYFX-FM Radio 106.7 601 Upton Road, Mt. Vernon IN 47620 Office Phone -- 812-483-6968 Email -- dan@mediamix1.com

EvansvillE

ASSISTS

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(entering this season)

Ryan Sawvell

POINTS

ACTIVE CAREER LEADERS

Television Mike Blake Coach’s Show Host WFIE-TV (NBC), P.O. Box 1414 Evansville, IN  47701 Office Phone -- 812-433-3404 Fax Phone -- 812-428-2228 Email -- mblake@14wfie.com Joe Downs Sports Director WFIE-TV (NBC), P.O. Box 1414 Evansville, IN 47701 Office Phone--812-433-3403 Email -- jdowns@14news.com Drew Amman Sports Director WEHT-TV 800 Marywood Drive Henderson, KY 42420 Office Phone -- 800-879-8542 812-424-7777 Email -- web@news25.us

BLOCKS 64 - Egidijus Mockevicius REBOUNDS 218 - Ryan Sawvell 181 - Egidijus Mockevicius

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By The Numbers YEAR-BY-YEAR IN THE VALLEY

COACHING RECORDS By Tenure

Arad McCutchan (1946-77)

EvansvillE

Year

Overall

MVC

Finish

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

18-9 13-14 17-14 15-15 23-10 18-12 14-16 7-21 12-16 7-22 11-17 10-19 14-17 9-21 17-14 9-21 16-16 16-16 21-15

11-7 9-9 11-7 9-9 13-5 9-9 9-9 4-14 8-10 5-13 5-13 5-13 6-12 3-15 8-10 3-15 9-9 9-9 10-8

Fifth Fifth T-Fourth T-Sixth First Sixth Sixth T-Ninth T-Fifth T-Eighth T-Ninth T-Seventh T-Seventh Tenth T-Fifth Tenth Sixth T-Third Fourth

19 yrs. 267-305

146-196

MVC Tourney

Non MVC

Post Season

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

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

----------------NCAA 0-1 ------------------------------------CIT 0-1 ----CBI 1-1 CBI 0-1 CIT 3-1

5-19

110-84

4-5

Coaches (Seasons)

Years

G.B Schnurr (1) Clem McGinness (1) Harlan Miller (1) Charles Holton (1) John Harmon (7) Bill Slyker (13) Emerson Henke (3) Arad McCutchan (31) Bobby Watson (1) Dick Walters (7) Jim Crews (17) Steve Merfeld (5) Marty Simmons (6)

1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-30 1930-43 1943-46 1946-77 1977 1978-85 1985-03 2003-07 2007-

Aces Totals (94)

1919-

W

L

Pct.

1 2 2 2 59 123 29 514 1 114 294 54 88

3 8 9 8 50 96 22 314 3 87 209 91 103

.250 .200 .181 .200 .541 .562 .569 .622 .250 .567 .584 .372 .461

1283 1003 .561

Versus the Missouri Valley Conference Coaches (Seasons)

Years

W

L

Pct.

Jim Crews (8) Steve Merfeld (5) Marty Simmons (6)

1994-02 2002-07 2007-

75 29 42

69 61 66

.521 .322 .389

Aces Totals (19)

1995-

146 196

.427

In the Valley Tournament Coaches (Appearances)

Years

W

L

Pct.

Jim Crews (8) Steve Merfeld (5) Marty Simmons (6)

1995-02 2003-07 2008-

2 2 1

8 5 6

.200 .286 .143

Aces Totals (19)

1995-

5

19

.208

L

Pct.

In the NCAA Division I Tournament Coaches (Years)

Number

W

Dick Walters (1982) Jim Crews (89, 92, 93, 99) 

1 4 

0 1 

1 4 

.000 .200 

Aces Totals (5)

5

1

5

.167

In the National Invitation Tournament Coaches (Years)

Number

W

L

Pct.

Jim Crews (1988, 1994) 

2 

1 

2 

.333 

Aces Totals (2)

2

1

2

.333

In the CollegeInsider.com Tournament (CIT) Coaches (Years)

L

Pct.

Marty Simmons (2009, 13) 

Number

2 

W

3 

2 

.600

Aces Totals (2)

2

3

2

.600

In the College Basketball Invitational (CBI) Coaches (Years)

Jim Crews (1985-02)

54

Number

W

L

Pct.

Marty Simmons (2012)

2

1

2

.333

Aces Totals (2)

2

1

2

.333


illinois state


2013-14 Preview Numerical Roster No. Name

Yr. Pos. Ht.

Wt.

Hometown / Last School

0 Kaza Keane

So.

G

6-1

185

Ajax (Ontario) Pickering High/ Christian Faith Center Academy

1 3 4 5

Fr. Jr. Jr. So.

G G G F

5-11 6-1 5-10 6-9

165 175 190 200

Maywood (Ill.) Proviso East High Baltimore (Md.) Odessa [Texas] College Reno (Nev.) Santa Fe [Florida] College New Orleans (La.) S. Plains [Texas] College

10 John Jones

Jr.

F

6-9

260

St. Michael (Barbados)/ The Howe (Ind.) School

11 MiKyle McIntosh

Fr.

F

6-7

230

Pickering (Ontario) High/ Christian Faith Center /22ft Academy

12 15 22 23 24 25 31

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

G G C G F F G

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

185 185 230 200 215 210 180

Indianapolis (Ind.) Ben Davis High LaGrange (Ill.) Lyons Township High Edina (Minn.) High St. Paul (Minn.) San Jacinto [Texas] College

Paris Lee Daishon Knight Bobby Hunter Jamaal Samuel

Tony Wills Nick Zeisloft Reggie Lynch Zach Lofton Deontae Hawkins Michael Middlebrooks Matt Stacho

Dayton (Ohio) Dunbar/Quakerdale Promise Acad.

Seattle (Wash.) North Idaho College Naperville (Ill.) Naperville North High

Dan Muller Head Coach

At A Glance

Alma Mater: Illinois State (‘98) Overall Record: 1 Year Record at ISU: 1 Year 2012-13: 18-15 / 8-10 (6th)

Year-By-Year Record

IllInoIs state

Season School

Overall W L

2012-13

18

15

8 10

6th

1-1

18 18

15 15

8 10 8 10

6th ---

1-1 1-1

Illinois State

School Totals (1 Year) Career Totals (1 Year)

Conf. W L

Nick Zeisloft

Conf. Place Tourn.

2012-13: 18-15; 8-10 MVC (6th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 3/9 Starters Returning/Lost: 0/5 NOTEWORTHY   •  Despite losing every starter from last year’s team, Illinois State returns two key contributors in sophomore Kaza Keane and redshirt sophomore Nick Zeisloft. Keane led the Redbirds in assists per game (3.2) and Zeisloft amassed ISU’s top three-point shooting percentage (41.8 percent) as freshmen in 2012-13.   •  With just three returning letter-winners, the Redbirds  are the only team in the MVC without a returning starter. Illinois State also features 11 newcomers, which is  more than any other team in the league.   •  Basketball Times ranks the Redbirds’ 2013 recruiting  class No. 29 in its June edition. Additionally, four Redbirds were selected by the Lindy’s 2013-14 preview as  Top-100 junior college transfers.   •  After starting last season 0-6 in league play, the Redbirds became the first team in league history to avoid  the MVC Tournament opening round, finishing as the  No. 6 seed and with an 8-10 conference record.

Basketball Support Staff

Dana Ford Assoc. Head Coach

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Torrey Ward Asst. Coach

Luke Yaklich Asst. Coach

Danny Doyle Operations

Will Veasley Video Coordinator

John Munn Athletic Trainer


Schedule/Results/University Facts 2013-14 Basketball Schedule

2012-13 Results (18-15, 8-10)

Day

Date

Opponent

Site

Sunday  Friday  Tuesday  Sunday  Wednesday 

November 3  November 8  November 12  November 17  November 20 

Quincy (EX)  at VCU  Drexel  at Northwestern  Manhattan 

Normal, Ill.  Richmond, Va.  Normal, Ill.  Evanston, Ill.  Normal, Ill. 

Wednesday  Friday  Saturday 

Univ. of San Francisco Golden Gate Challenge November 27  vs. Vermont  San Francisco, Calif.  10:15 p.m. November 29  vs. Sonoma State  San Francisco, Calif.  10:15 p.m. November 30  at San Francisco  San Francisco, Calif.  10:15 p.m.

Wednesday  Saturday  Monday  Thursday  Sunday  Thursday  Sunday  Wednesday  Saturday  Wednesday  Saturday  Wednesday  Saturday  Wednesday  Saturday  Wednesday  Sunday  Wednesday  Saturday  Tuesday  Sunday  Wednesday  Saturday  Thurs-Sun. 

December 4  December 7  December 16  December 19  December 22  January 2  January 5  January 8  January 11  January 15  January 18  January 22  January 25  January 29  February 1  February 5  February 9  February 12  February 15  February 18  February 23  February 26  March 1  March 6-9 

Chicago State  Dayton  at Oakland  Tennessee State  DePaul  *at Missouri State  *Southern Illinois  *at Wichita State  *Loyola [MVC TV]  *Evansville  *at Drake  *Wichita State  *at Indiana State  *at Bradley  *Drake  *UNI  *at Loyola [ESPN3]  *at Evansville  *Bradley [MVC TV]  *Missouri State  *at UNI [MVC TV]  *Indiana State  *at Southern Illinois  MVC Tournament 

Normal, Ill.  Normal, Ill.  Rochester, Minn.  Normal, Ill.  Normal, Ill.  Springfield, Mo.  Normal, Ill.  Wichita, Kan.  Normal, Ill.  Normal, Ill.  Des Moines, Iowa  Normal, Ill.  Terre Haute, Ind.  Peoria, Ill.  Normal, Ill.  Normal, Ill.  Chicago, Ill.  Evansville, Ind.  Normal, Ill.  Normal, Ill.  Cedar Falls, Iowa  Normal, Ill.  Carbondale, Ill.  St. Louis, Mo. 

*denotes conference game; =MVC TV Wildcard

Time 4:35 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:05 p.m.

7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. =TBD TBD

Date Opponent

Score

W/L

Att.

N12 N15 N18 N20 N23 N24 D1 D4 D8 D16 D19 D22 D30 J2 J5 J8 J12 J16 J20 J23 J26 J29 F2 F6 F9 F13 F17 F20 F23 F27 M2 M8 M9

100-72 86-84 87-48 91-58 77-65 69-72 66-69 67-81 85-63 87-68 74-73 83-57 75-77 72-79 60-70 55-62 77-82 62-74 70-56 60-58 67-62 77-83 83-47 94-86 75-72 79-59 67-68 62-79 71-80 86-50 72-80 73-65 51-66

W W (ot) W W W L (ot) L L W W W W L L L L L L W W W L W W W W L L L W L W L

5848 2532 5660 4951

UC SANTA BARBARA at Drexel ^DELAWARE STATE ^F. DICKINSON ^vs. UAB ^vs. Northwestern at #5 Louisville @WYOMING WESTERN MICHIGAN MORGAN STATE at Dayton AUSTIN PEAY *at Indiana State *CREIGHTON *NORTHERN IOWA *at Missouri State *DRAKE *at Wichita State *at Southern Illinois *INDIANA STATE *EVANSVILLE *at Bradley *SOUTHERN ILLINOIS *at Drake *at Creighton *BRADLEY *WICHITA STATE *at Evansville ~at Utah State *MISSOURI STATE *at Northern Iowa %vs. Northern Iowa %vs. Wichita State

19816 6561 6269 4911 11879 5119 5808 8813 6951 5134 5706 10323 5254 5519 6507 9088 8923 4133 18494 8417 8668 4166 7348 5832 6621 14004 18262

Home in CAPS; ^South Padre Island Invitational @Mountain West-MVC Challenge; ~BracketBusters; *MVC games; %MVC Tournament

Illinois State University (Founded 1857) President: Dr. Timothy Flanigan Faculty Chairman of Athletics: Dr. Jeri Beggs Director of Athletics: Larry Lyons Deputy Director of Athletics/SWA: Leanna Bordner Deputy Director of Athletics/External Operations: Aaron Leetch Sr. Associate Athletics Director/Compliance: Cindy Harris Assoc. Athletics Director/Academics/Life Skills: Dr. Paul Downey Associate Athletics Director/Internal Operations: Peyton Deterding Assistant ADs: Bryan Goodall, Matt Lyons, Mike Williams, LB Nagle Athletics Department Telephone: 309-438-3633 Athletics Dept. Address:  7130 Athletics, Normal, IL  61790-7130 Basketball SID: John Twork (cell: 309-530-0388) SID Office Telephone: 309-438-3805 SID Fax Number: 309-438-5634

Dr. Timothy Flanigan

Dr. Jeri Beggs Faculty Rep.

Larry Lyons Athletic Director

John Twork Basketball SID

IllInoIs state

Athletic Directory

University Facts Founded: 1857 Location:  Normal, Ill. Enrollment: 20,272 Colors: Red and White Nickname: Redbirds Years in the MVC: 33rd Arena:  Redbird Arena (10,200) Courtside Telephone Number: 309-438-5950/8217

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2012-13 Statistical Review All-Game Statistics (18-15) Min

Avg

--- TOTAL --FG FGA Pct

## Player

GP GS

01  Brown,Tyler 

32  31 

946  29.6 

181  411  .440 

32  Carmichael,Jackie 

33  32 

1009  30.6 

213  404  .527 

3-POINTERS 3FG FGA Pct 80  205  .390 

FT FTA

Pct

--- REBOUNDS --Off Def Tot Avg

PF FO

A TO Blk

Stl

Pts Avg

137  170  .806 

26  116  142  4.4 

52 

1 

86  94 

11  .182 

147  216  .681 

83  223  306  9.3 

84 

1 

28  77  68  32  575  17.4

47  152  .309 

2 

7  46  579  18.1

02  Allen,Bryant 

32  30 

908  28.4 

103  275  .375 

23  31  .742 

19 

37 

56  1.8 

55 

0 

60  35 

4��� 35  276  8.6

44  Hill,Johnny 

33  26 

835  25.3 

86  174  .494 

5 

17  .294 

76  98  .776 

31 

98  129  3.9 

81 

2  101  63 

1  42  253  7.7

13  Wilkins,John 

33  14 

659  20.0 

77  160  .481 

28 

74  .378 

40  50  .800 

52 

56  108  3.3 

90 

5 

25  35  24  12  222  6.7

22  Ekey,Jon 

33  18 

755  22.9 

79  177  .446 

31 

89  .348 

23  28  .821 

46 

91  137  4.2 

75 

2 

31  23  34  28  212  6.4

15  Zeisloft,Nick 

25 

1 

379  15.2 

38 

87  .437 

28 

67  .418 

8  12  .667 

7 

28 

35  1.4 

31 

0 

19 

8 

0 

7  112  4.5

6 

0 

8.2 

9 

12  .750 

3 

5  .600 

0 

5  .000 

8 

8 

16  2.7 

8 

0 

4 

4 

0 

21  Allen,Geoffrey 

49 

5 

21  3.5

2  16 

83  2.7

5 

3 

8 

53  2.5

6 

1 

4 

47  2.5

19  16 

0 

3 

25  0.9

0 

1 

00  Keane,Kaza 

31  10 

570  18.4 

32 

92  .348 

8 

30  .267 

11  23  .478 

10 

56 

66  2.1 

69 

0 

42  Threloff,Jordan 

21 

2 

165 

7.9 

23 

39  .590 

0 

0  .000 

7  14  .500 

13 

26 

39  1.9 

20 

0 

7 

24  Upshaw,Zeke 

19 

0 

140 

7.4 

18 

53  .340 

10 

37  .270 

1 

3  .333 

7 

13 

20  1.1 

11 

0 

11 

05  Cousin,Anthony 

27 

1 

227 

8.4 

11 

29  .379 

0 

10  .000 

3 

8  .375 

5 

14 

19  0.7 

22 

0 

3 

0 

7 

2.3 

1 

1 1.000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0 

0  0.0 

0 

0 

34  Stacho,Matt  Team

35

51

86

2.6

99  58 

0 

1

3  4

2  0.7 0

Total

33

871 1914 .455

242 697 .347

476 658

.723

342 817 1159 35.1

599 11 490 431 144 239 2460 74.5

Opponents

33

796 1879 .424

225 673 .334

448 638

.702

374 817 1191 36.1

587

FT FTA

Pct

--- REBOUNDS --Off Def Tot Avg

8 433 484

82 207 2265 68.6

Conference Games Only (8-10, 6th) ## Player

GP GS

Min

Avg

--- TOTAL --FG FGA Pct

3-POINTERS 3FG FGA Pct

01  Brown,Tyler 

17  16 

524  30.8 

91  225  .404 

32  Carmichael,Jackie 

18  18 

579  32.2 

110  222  .495 

44  Hill,Johnny 

18  18 

465  25.8 

53  110  .482 

5 

02  Allen,Bryant 

17  15 

494  29.1 

57  145  .393 

25 

13  Wilkins,John 

18  12 

383  21.3 

41 

76  .539 

18 

22  Ekey,Jon 

18 

5 

392  21.8 

34 

88  .386 

15 

15  Zeisloft,Nick 

11 

1 

156  14.2 

15 

40  .375 

10 

29  .345 

7 

24  Upshaw,Zeke 

11 

0 

8.9 

12 

33  .364 

8 

24  .333 

0 

00  Keane,Kaza 

17 

3 

302  17.8 

16 

53  .302 

7 

20  .350 

42  Threloff,Jordan 

8 

1 

5.3 

5 

8  .625 

0 

0  .000 

05  Cousin,Anthony 

15 

1 

157  10.5 

6 

19  .316 

0 

7  .000 

3 

0 

1 

1 1.000 

0 

0  .000 

34  Stacho,Matt 

98  42  7 

2.3 

39  107  .364  0 

Stl

Pts Avg

79  99  .798 

16 

80  4.7 

24 

1 

56  49 

48  137  185  10.3 

44 

0 

17  35  32  18  299  16.6

14  .357 

61  74  .824 

14 

58 

72  4.0 

50 

2 

44  31 

1  20  172  9.6

82  .305 

11  15  .733 

6 

20 

26  1.5 

32 

0 

31  20 

0  12  150  8.8

40  .450 

27  32  .844 

26 

32 

58  3.2 

54 

3 

16  15  12 

46  .326 

10  13  .769 

30 

42 

72  4.0 

39 

1 

14  16  21  14 

8  .875 

3 

9 

12  1.1 

13 

0 

7 

1 

0 

3 

47  4.3

1  .000 

6 

8 

14  1.3 

8 

0 

3 

2 

1 

4 

32  2.9

6  10  .600 

5 

36 

41  2.4 

34 

0 

37  30 

0 

4 

45  2.6

1 

2  .500 

4 

4 

8  1.0 

4 

0 

0 

1 

11  1.4

3 

8  .375 

3 

11 

14  0.9 

17 

0 

0 

1 

15  1.0

0 

0  .000 

0 

0 

0  0.0 

0 

0 

0 

1 

Team

19

23

42

2.3

1 

1 

14  11  0 

1

3 

4  27  300  17.6

9  127  7.1

3

93  5.2

2  0.7 0

IllInoIs state

Total

18

441 1020 .432

127 372 .341

284 375

.757

180 444 624 34.7

320

7 240 217

71 114 1293 71.8

Opponents

18

440 1037 .424

126 372 .339

238 346

.688

213 456 669 37.2

328

5 239 228

36 102 1244 69.1

3-POINTERS 3FG FGA Pct

FT FTA

Pct

--- REBOUNDS --Off Def Tot Avg

Conference Tournament (1-1) ## Player

GP GS

Min

Avg

--- TOTAL --FG FGA Pct

10  18  .556 

PF FO

A TO Blk

Stl

Pts Avg

32  Carmichael,Jackie 

2 

2 

60  30.0 

13 

25  .520 

1 

2  .500 

2 

13 

15  7.5 

9 

1 

1 

4 

8 

0 

37  18.5

01  Brown,Tyler 

2 

2 

63  31.5 

13 

29  .448 

7 

12  .583 

4 

5  .800 

1 

11 

12  6.0 

5 

0 

3 

6 

1 

2 

37  18.5

13  Wilkins,John 

2 

2 

52  26.0 

6 

15  .400 

1 

5  .200 

7 

8  .875 

9 

2 

11  5.5 

4 

0 

0 

2 

3 

1 

20  10.0

44  Hill,Johnny 

2 

2 

60  30.0 

4 

13  .308 

0 

1  .000 

3 

3  1.000 

4 

10 

14  7.0 

3 

0 

4 

5 

0 

3 

11  5.5

22  Ekey,Jon 

2 

0 

48  24.0 

3 

8  .375 

2 

6  .333 

0 

0  .000 

0 

5 

5  2.5 

3 

0 

2 

1 

3 

1 

8  4.0

15  Zeisloft,Nick 

2 

0 

29  14.5 

2 

5  .400 

2 

5  .400 

0 

0  .000 

0 

1 

1  0.5 

2 

0 

0 

1 

0 

0 

6  3.0 5  2.5

02  Allen,Bryant 

2 

2 

63  31.5 

2 

18  .111 

0 

7  .000 

1 

2  .500 

0 

1 

1  0.5 

2 

0 

4 

0 

0 

3 

05  Cousin,Anthony 

2 

0 

10 

5.0 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0 

0  0.0 

0 

0 

0 

1 

0 

0 

0  0.0

00  Keane,Kaza 

2 

0 

15 

7.5 

0 

1  .000 

0 

1  .000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0 

0  0.0 

5 

0 

3 

2 

0 

0 

0  0.0

Team

58

A TO Blk

79  113  .699 

3  .000 

64 

PF FO

4

5

4.5

0

Total

2

43 114 .377

13

39 .333

25

36

.694

20

48

68 34.0

9

33

1

17

22

0 15

10 124 62.0

0

Opponents

2

46 112 .411

15

39 .385

24

31

.774

21

59

80 40.0

31

1

21

28

9

12 131 65.5


Career Leaders/Media Outlets CAREER LEADERS - TOP 10 (entering this season)

No. Student-Athlete (Years)

(entering this season)

G

Pts.

 1.  Doug Collins (1970-73)        77   2.  Billy Lewis (1975-78)      110   3.  Fred Marberry (1954-57)        85   4.  Ron Jones (1977-80)      115   5.  Osiris Eldridge (2006-10)  133   6.  Bill Sarver (1951-54)        95   7.  Tarise Bryson (1998-02)        91   8.  Jackie Carmichael (2009-13) 131   9.  Jerry McGreal (1965-68)        85   10.  George Terry (1965-68)        79 

REBOUNDS

No. Student-Athlete (Years)  1.  2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Ron DeVries (1971-74)  Dave Schertz (1955-59) Jackie Carmichael (2009-13) Fred Marberry (1953-57) Steve Arends (1965-68) Billy Lewis (1974-78) Rick Lamb (1979-83) Jeff Wilkins (1974-77) Dinma Odiakosa (2007-10) Del Yarbrough (1976-80)

ASSISTS

No. Student-Athlete (Years) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jamar Smiley (1994-98) Ron Jones (1976-80) Derrick Mayes (1975-79) Mike Bonczyk (1972-76) Michael McKenny (1981-85) Vince Greene (2001-05) Randy Blair (1986-90) Richard Thomas (1990-93) Todd Wemhoener (1990-94) David Cason (1993-95)

No. Student-Athlete (Years) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jackie Carmichael (2009-13) Greg Dilligard (2003-07) LeRoy Watkins (1996-99) Mike VandeGarde (1990-94) Joe Galvin (1976-80) Jon Ekey (2010-13) Jeff Wilkins (1974-77) Bill Braksick (1983-86) Anthony Slack (2006-08) Jarrod Coleman (1986-90)

STEALS

No. Student-Athlete (Years) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Ron Jones (1976-80) Osiris Eldridge (2006-10) Richard Thomas (1989-93) Todd Wemhoener (1990-94) Jamar Smiley (1994-98) Vince Greene (2001-05) Michael McKenny (1981-85) Tarise Bryson (1998-02) Rickie Johnson (1981-85) 10. Gregg Alexander (2001-05)

G 126 115 112 85 121 119 119 115 110 60

Asts. 740 597 506 482 467 416 384 376 371 357

SCORING (total points) 112 - Nick Zeisloft 83 - Kaza Keane FIELD GOAL SHOOTING .437 (38-87) - Nick Zeisloft .348 (32-92) - Kaza Keane FIELD GOALS MADE 38 - Nick Zeisloft 32 - Kaza Keane 3-POINT SHOOTING .418 (28-67) - Nick Zeisloft .267 (8-30) - Kaza Keane 3-POINTERS MADE 28 - Nick Zeisloft 8 - Kaza Keane FREE THROW SHOOTING

G 131 118 120 112 107 99 81 85 64 123

Blks. 200 160 143 134 132 110 103 88 79 74

G

Stls.

115 133 115 110 126 119 121 91 121 117

222 181 174 163 142 139 138 129 129 127

Jim Benson Beat Writer, The Pantagraph 301 W. Washington Bloomington, IL  61701 Office Phone -- 309-829-9411, ext. 404 Fax Phone -- 309-829-7000 Email -- jbenson@pantagraph.com Tawni Ricketts Sports Editor, Daily Vidette Campus Box 0890, Normal, IL  61790-0890 Office Phone -- 309-438-7685 Kevin Capie Peoria Journal-Star, 1 News Plaza  Peoria, IL  61643 Office Phone -- 309-686-3208 Fax Phone -- 309-686-3205 Email -- kcapie@prodigy.net Ed Pyne The Normalite 102 Parkinson, Normal, IL  61761 Office Phone -- 309-454-5476

Rebs.

  77  1,033 106 978 131 942 85 933 85 885 110 869 116 809 81 794 120 772 111 750

Newspaper

.667 (8-12) - Nick Zeisloft .478 (11-23) - Kaza Keane FREE THROWS MADE 11 - Kaza Keane 8 - Nick Zeisloft ASSISTS 99 - Kaza Keane 19 - Nick Zeisloft STEALS 16 - Kaza Keane 7 - Nick Zeisloft BLOCKS 2 - Kaza Keane REBOUNDS 66 - Kaza Keane 35 - Nick Zeisloft

Radio Dick Luedke WJBC Radio, Play-By-Play Announcer 236 Greenwood Ave. Bloomington, IL  61702-0008 Office Phone -- 309-766-3635 Fax Phone -- 309-766-9637 Email -- dick.luedke.h2hj@statefarm.com Mike Matthews WJBC Radio, Color Analyst Bloomington, IL 61702-0008 Office Phone -- 309-766-0889 Email -- mike.matthews.aobp@statefarm.com Eric Stock, Bryan Bloodworth WJBC Radio 236 Greenwood Ave. Bloomington, IL  61702-0008 Office Phone -- 309-821-1000, ext. 205 Deb Lesser WZND Radio Campus Box 4481 Normal, IL  61790-4481 Office Phone -- 309-438-5491 Fax Phone -- 309-438-2652

Television Lee Hall Sports Director, WEEK-TV (NBC) 2907 Springfield Road East Peoria, IL  61611 Office Phone -- 309-698-3729 Fax Phone -- 309-698-2070 Email -- lhall@week.com

IllInoIs state

BLOCKED SHOTS

G

2,240 1,962 1,881 1,839 1,838 1,798 1,736 1,580 1,542 1,470

Kaza Keane

POINTS

ACTIVE CAREER LEADERS

Kurt Pegler Sports Director, WMBD-TV (CBS) 3131 N. University, Peoria, IL  61604 Office Phone -- 309-686-9462 Fax Phone -- 309-686-8658 Email -- kurtp@wmbd.com Laura Trendle-Polus TV-10 Campus Box 4450 Normal, IL  61790-4450 Office Phone -- 309-438-5481 Fax Phone -- 309-438-2652

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By The Numbers YEAR-BY-YEAR IN THE VALLEY

COACHING RECORDS By Tenure

Kevin Stallings (1993-99)

IllInoIs state

Year Overall

MVC

Finish

1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

9-7 13-5 13-3 11-5 9-7 7-7 9-5 6-8 9-5 4-12 14-4 13-5 12-6 13-5 13-5 14-4 16-2 7-11 5-13 12-6 12-6 5-13 4-14 8-10 4-14 6-12 13-5 11-7 11-7 4-14 9-9 8-10

Fifth Second T-First T-Second Fourth Fourth Third T-Fifth T-Second T-Eighth T-First First Fourth T-Second Second First First Seventh T-Eighth T-Second Third T-Eighth Tenth Sixth T-Ninth T-Seventh Second Third Third T-Eighth T-Third Sixth

32

17-12 24-7 23-8 22-8 15-14 19-13 18-13 13-17 18-13 5-23 18-11 19-10 16-11 20-13 22-12 24-6 25-6 16-15 10-20 21-9 17-14 8-21 10-19 17-13 9-19 15-16 25-10 24-10 22-11 12-19 21-14 18-15

563-422 304-246

Bob Donewald (1979-89)

MVC Tourney

Non MVC

Post Season

2-1 3-0 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 2-1 1-1 3-0 0-1 1-1 2-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 3-0 3-0 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 2-1 1-1

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

----NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1 NCAA 1-1 ----NIT 2-1 NIT 0-1 ----NCAA 0-1 ---------------NIT 1-1 NIT 2-1 NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1 --------NIT 0-1 ------------------------NIT 1-1 NIT 0-1 NIT 0-1 ----NIT 1-1 -----

38-28 221-148

10-15

Coaches (Seasons)

Years

W

B.C. Edwards (4) J.P. Stewart (4) William Bawden (2) George Binnewies (2) Harrison Russell (13) Clifford E. Horton (2) Don Karnes (2) Joseph Cogdal (22) James “Pim” Goff (8) James Collie (13) Will Robinson (5) Gene Smithson (3) Bob Donewald (11) Bob Bender (4) Kevin Stallings (6) Tom Richardson (4) Porter Moser (4) Tim Jankovich (5) Dan Muller (1)

1899-02 1903-06 1907-08 1909-10 1911-23 1924-25 1926-27 1928-49 1950-57 1958-70 1971-75 1976-78 1979-89 1989-93 1993-99 1999-03 2003-07 2007-12 2013-

Redbirds Totals (115)

1899-

L

Pct.

2 10 4 5 97 20 20 177 97 139 51 18 121 57 63 64 67 64 15

.875 .667 .714 .772 .470 .286 .310 .613 .503 .600 .605 .786 .632 .513 .661 .467 .432 .619 .545

1,516 1,181

.562

14 20 10 17 86 8 9 280 98 209 78 66 208 60 123 56 51 104 18

Versus the Missouri Valley Conference Coaches (Seasons)

Years

W

L

Pct.

Bob Donewald (8) Bob Bender (4) Kevin Stallings (6) Tom Richardson (4) Porter Moser (4) Tim Jankovich (5) Dan Muller (1)

1981-89 1989-93 1993-99 1999-03 2003-07 2007-12 2013-

77 40 75 34 22 48 8

47 26 33 38 50 42 10

.621 .606 .694 .472 .305 .533 .444

Redbirds Totals (32)

1981-

304 246

.553

In the Valley Tournament Coaches (Appearances)

Years

W

L

Pct.

Bob Donewald (8) Bob Bender (4) Kevin Stallings (6) Tom Richardson (4) Porter Moser (4) Tim Jankovich (5) Dan Muller (1)

1982-89 1990-93 1994-99 2000-03 2004-07 2008-12 2013-

11 6 9 3 1 7 1

7 3 4 4 4 5 1

.611 .667 .692 .429 .200 .583 .500

Redbirds Totals (32)

1981-

38

28

.576

In the NCAA Division I Tournament Coaches (Years)

Number

W

L

Pct.

Bob Donewald (1983, 1984, 1985)  Bob Bender (1990) Kevin Stallings (1997, 1998) 

3  1 2 

1  0 1 

3  1 2 

.250 .000 .333

Redbirds Totals (6)

6

2

6

.250

In the National Invitation Tournament Coaches (Years)

Gene Smithson (1977, 1978)  Bob Donewald (1980, 1987, 1988)  Kevin Stallings (1995, 1996)  Tom Richardson (2001) Tim Jankovich (2008, 09, 10, 12)  Redbirds Totals (12)

60

Number

W

L

Pct.

2  3  2  1 4 

1  3  3  0 2 

2  3  2  1 4 

.333 .500 .600 .000 .333

12

9

12 .429


indiana state


2013-14 Preview Numerical Roster No. Name

Yr. Pos. Ht.

Wt.

Hometown / Last School

0 Jake Kitchell

Jr. F/C 6-10 247

1 Alex Etherington

Fr. G/F 6-5

205

Cicero (Ind.) Hamilton Heights High

2 Lucas Eitel

Sr.

6-3

195

Marshall (Ill.) High

3 Manny Arop

Sr. G/F 6-5

215

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (Gonzaga) St. Mary’s Secondary Catholic

4 Brenton Scott

Fr.

G

6-1

185

Fort Wayne (Ind.) Northrop High

5 Justin Gant

Jr.

F

6-9

230

Terre Haute (Ind.) North Vigo High

So.

G

6-2

195

Killeen (Texas) Ellison High

11 Devonte Brown

G

Union Mills (Ind.) South Central High

12 Dawon Cummings

Sr.

G

6-3

175

Kansas City (Mo.) Coffeyville CC/Hogan Prep

13 Jake Odum

Sr.

G

6-4

180

Terre Haute (Ind.) South Vigo High

15 Demetrius Moore

Jr.

F

6-7

230

Paxton (Fla.) NW Florida St./Paxton High

22 Brandon Burnett

So.

G

6-6

225

Tucson (Ariz.) Cienega High

30 Mike Samuels

Jr.

C

6-11 290

32 Khristian Smith

So. G/F 6-6

215

Indianapolis (Ind.) Pike High

42 TJ Bell

Fr. F/C 6-8

240

Charleston (Ill.) High

Bushkill (Pa.) Wabash Valley College East Stroudburg North High

Greg Lansing Head Coach

At A Glance

Alma Mater: South Dakota (‘90) Overall Record: 56-44 (3 years) Record at ISU: 56-44 (3 years) 2012-13: 18-15 / 9-9 (5th)

Year-By-Year Record

IndIana State 62

Manny Arop

Season School

Overall W L

Conf. W L

Conf. Place Tourn.

2010-11 Indiana State 2011-12 Indiana State 2012-13 Indiana State

20 18 18

14 15 15

12 6 8 10 9 9

3rd 8th 5th

3-0 1-1 1-1

School Totals (3 years) Career Totals (same)

56 56

44 44

29 25 29 25

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5-2 5-2

2012-13: 18-15; 9-9 MVC (5th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/2 Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 NOTEWORTHY   •  Last year, the Sycamores compiled a 11-9 record  against teams in postseason play and ISU was 5-6 against NCAA Tournament teams.   •  With Indiana State’s appearance in the 2013 National  Invitation Tournament, the Sycamores have now made four consecutive trips to postseason play. It marks the first time in the history of the Indiana State basketball  program that the Sycamores have reached the postseason in four consecutive seasons.   •  Jake Odum earned First Team All-Missouri Valley Conference honors in 2012-13. Odum is the first Sycamore  to be named First Team All-MVC since Matt Renn accomplished the feat in 2001. Only nine times since ISU joined the league has a Sycamore been named to the league’s first team. 

Basketball Support Staff

Lou Gudino Asst. Coach

Marcus Belcher Asst. Coach

David Ragland Asst. Coach

Rex Parker Operations

Caleb Unger Athletic Trainer

Dr. Tom Klootwyk Team Doctor


Schedule/Results/University Facts 2013-14 Basketball Schedule

2012-13 Results (18-15, 9-9)

Day

Date

Opponent

Site

Sunday Saturday Thursday Sunday Saturday

November 3 November 9 November 14 November 17 November 22

Rose-Hulman (EX) Ball State at Belmont at Notre Dame Truman State

Terre Haute, Ind. Terre Haute, Ind. Nashville, Tenn. South Bend, Ind. Terre Haute, Ind.

Wednesday Friday Saturday

CARRS/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout (Anchorage, Alaska) November 27 vs. Tulsa [CBS Sports] Anchorage, Alaska November 29 vs. TBD Anchorage, Alaska November 30 vs. TBD Anchorage, Alaska

Saturday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Sunday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday  Wednesday Saturday Thurs.-Sun.

December 7 December 14 December 18 December 21 December 28 January 1 January 4 January 8 January 11 January 15 January 18 January 22 January 25 January 29 February 1 February 5 February 9 February 12 February 15 February 19 February 22  February 26 March 1 March 6-9

at Eastern Illinois at UMKC at Saint Louis IUPUI Belmont *Loyola *at Evansville [ESPNU] *at Drake *Bradley *Missouri State [ESPN3] *at Wichita State [ESPN or E2] *at Loyola *Illinois State *at Southern Illinois *at UNI [ESPN3] *Wichita State [MVC TV] *Drake [MVC TV] *at Bradley *Southern Illinois *Evansville [ESPN3] *at Missouri State [ESPNU]  *at Illinois State *UNI MVC Tournament

Charleston, Ill. Kansas City, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Terre Haute, Ind. Terre Haute, Ind. Terre Haute, Ind. Evansville, Ind. Des Moines, Iowa Terre Haute, Ind. Terre Haute, Ind. Wichita, Kan. Chicago, Ill. Terre Haute, Ind. Carbondale, Ill. Cedar Falls, Iowa Terre Haute, Ind. Terre Haute, Ind. Peoria, Ill. Terre Haute, Ind. Terre Haute, Ind. Springfield, Mo.  Normal, Ill. Terre Haute, Ind. St. Louis, Mo.

Time (ET) 2 p.m. 1 p.m. TBD 12 noon 7:05 p.m. 11:30 p.m. TBD TBD 3 p.m. 2 p.m. TBD 3:35 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 8 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 8 p.m. 6 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 8 p.m. =TBD TBD

Date Opponent

Score

W/L

Att.

N9 N13 N17 N20 N25 D1 D8 D15 D22 D23 D25 D30 J2 J5 J9 J12 J16 J19 J23 J26 J29 F2 F6 F9 F12 F16 F19 F23 F27 M2 M8 M9 M20

59-86 66-55 70-57 68-48 76-62 68-77 63-71 75-61 87-85 55-62 57-55 77-75 65-61 66-79 68-53 71-76 68-60 72-62 58-60 59-58 68-55 71-74 76-57 66-65 65-67 68-80 62-66 65-64 56-67 68-84 51-50 43-64 52-68

L W W W W L (ot) L W W (ot) L W (ot) W W L W L W W L W W L (ot) W W L L L W L L W L L

13513 4916 4591 3128 4855 6080 2038 1215 6691 6419 6514 5808 4035 17694 5553 5315 5593 6444 5519 6554 10216 4439 8345 5821 5255 8443 6169 4378 5054 6909 14567 18262 15400

at #13 UCLA WINTHROP TRUMAN STATE at Ball State HIGH POINT +#23 NEW MEXICO at Morehead State at IUPUI ^vs. Ole Miss ^vs. #15 San Diego St. ^vs. Miami *ILLINOIS STATE *at Northern Iowa *at Creighton *BRADLEY *at Southern Illinois *MISSOURI STATE *EVANSVILLE *at Illinois State *NORTHERN IOWA *at Wichita State *at Drake *CREIGHTON *SOUTHERN ILLINOIS *at Missouri State *at Bradley *WICHITA STATE ~IONA *DRAKE *at Evansville %vs. Evansville %vs. Creighton $at Iowa

Home in CAPS; +Mountain West-MVC Challenge; ^Diamond Head Classic; ~ESPN BracketBusters; *MVC games; %MVC Tournament; $NIT

#CARRS/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout; *denotes conference game; =MVC TV Wildcard

Indiana State University (Founded 1865) Athletic Directory

Dr. Daniel Bradley President

Dr. Joe Sanders Faculty Rep.

Ron Prettyman Athletic Director

Ace Hunt Basketball SID

University Facts Founded: 1865 Location: Terre Haute, Ind. Enrollment: 11,494 Colors: Royal Blue and White Nickname: Sycamores Years in the MVC: 37th Arena: Hulman Center (10,200) Courtside Telephone Number: 812-237-3654

IndIana State

President: Dr. Daniel J. Bradley Faculty Chairman of Athletics: Dr. Joe Sanders Director of Athletics: Ron Prettyman Senior Assistant Athletics Director: John Sherman Senior Woman’s Administrator: Angie Lansing Assistant AD/Compliance: Joel McMullen Athletics Department Telephone: 812-237-4040 Athletics Department Address: ISU Athletics, 4th and Chestnut, Terre Haute, IN 47809 Men’s Basketball SID:  Ace Hunt (office: 812-237-4161) Media Relations Mailing Address: ISU Arena, Suite 110-D, Terre Haute, IN 47809 SID Office Telephone: 812-237-4160 SID Fax Number: 812-237-4157

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2012-13 Statistical Review All-Game Statistics (18-15) Avg

--- TOTAL --FG FGA Pct

33 33

1068 32.4

127 267 .476

19

.771

24 123 147

4.5

74

0 151

90

10

48 448 13.6

31 31

901 29.1

134 314 .427

31 110 .282

74

93

.796

30 128 158

5.1

72

0

26

70

7

21 373 12.0

Mahurin, RJ

33 25

800 24.2

111 251 .442

42 124 .339

69 100

.690

45

94 139

4.2

76

0

15

33

26

20 333 10.1

Gant, Justin

33 30

823 24.9

96 224 .429

12

36 .333

44

65

.677

55

91 146

4.4

67

2

26

44

23

12 248

7.5

12

Cummings, Dawon

33 16

732 22.2

75 194 .387

30 103 .291

30

44

.682

11

93 104

3.2

67

2

60

47

5

29 210

6.4

32

Smith, Khristian

33

4

703 21.3

65 172 .378

6

25 .240

31

49

.633

32

65

97

2.9

45

1

31

34

13

18 167

5.1

02

Eitel, Lucas

33

4

589 17.8

45 114 .395

40

99 .404

4

14

.286

8

44

52

1.6

39

0

31

20

6

14 134

4.1

17 127

3.8

## Player

GP GS

13

Odum, Jake

03

Arop, Manny

31 05

Min

3-POINTERS 3FG FGA Pct 51 .373

FT FTA 175 227

Pct

--- REBOUNDS --Off Def Tot Avg

PF FO

A TO Blk

Stl

Pts Avg

11

Brown, Devonte

33 14

582 17.6

36

82 .439

5

18 .278

50

81

.617

9

53

62

1.9

67

1

35

55

4

00

Kitchell, Jake

33

8

392 11.9

35

63 .556

0

2 .000

19

32

.594

29

48

77

2.3

58

1

13

24

11

6

89

2.7

22

Burnett, Brandon

18

0

92

5.1

9

27 .333

1

11 .091

11

12

.917

5

13

18

1.0

12

0

2

4

2

0

30

1.7

20

Smith, Rhett

11

0

19

1.7

0

1 .000

0

0 .000

0

0

.000

1

2

3

0.3

6

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

67 108

3.3

0

Team

41

6

Total

33

733 1709 .429

186 579 .321

507 717

.707

290 821 1111 33.7

583

Opponents

33

748 1802 .415

182 558 .326

486 698

.696

345 788 1133 34.3

632 16 390 400

3-POINTERS 3FG FGA Pct

FT FTA

Pct

--- REBOUNDS --Off Def Tot Avg

0

7 390 427 107 185 2159 65.4 73 226 2164 65.6

Conference Games Only (9-9, 5th) ## Player

GP GS

Min

Avg

--- TOTAL --FG FGA Pct

13

Odum, Jake

18 18

583 32.4

75 152 .493

10

28 .357

03

Arop, Manny

16 16

466 29.1

70 151 .464

17

55 .309

104 135 40

52

PF FO

A TO Blk

Stl

Pts Avg

.770

8

67

75

4.2

41

0

82

46

4

27 264 14.7

.769

11

58

69

4.3

38

0

16

33

4

13 197 12.3 10 191 10.6

31

Mahurin, RJ

18 17

438 24.3

67 144 .465

21

63 .333

36

49

.735

20

58

78

4.3

36

0

9

16

19

05

Gant, Justin

18 17

441 24.5

57 122 .467

8

26 .308

21

30

.700

27

44

71

3.9

33

1

17

29

13

5 143

7.9

12

Cummings, Dawon

18

5

395 21.9

44 106 .415

20

53 .377

19

27

.704

8

60

68

3.8

39

1

31

29

3

16 127

7.1

11

Brown, Devonte

18 13

359 19.9

24

54 .444

3

11 .273

31

50

.620

5

34

39

2.2

41

1

22

33

2

10

82

4.6

32

Smith, Khristian

18

2

382 21.2

30

81 .370

2

9 .222

13

21

.619

21

29

50

2.8

28

1

20

14

10

10

75

4.2

02

Eitel, Lucas

18

1

298 16.6

20

60 .333

18

51 .353

2

9

.222

7

24

31

1.7

23

0

16

13

5

7

60

3.3

00

Kitchell, Jake

18

1

212 11.8

22

33 .667

0

1 .000

11

19

.579

15

25

40

2.2

32

0

6

14

5

5

55

3.1

22

Burnett, Brandon

9

0

46

5.1

3

11 .273

1

4 .250

3

4

.750

2

5

7

0.8

9

0

1

1

0

0

10

1.1

20

Smith, Rhett

4

0

6

1.5

0

1 .000

0

0 .000

0

0

.000

1

0

1

0.3

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

22

38

60

3.3

0

3

Team

0

Total

18

412 915 .450

100 301 .332

280 396

.707

147 442 589 32.7

322

4 220 231

65 103 1204 66.9

Opponents

18

413 968 .427

107 302 .354

266 380

.700

170 415 585 32.5

342

8 229 207

38 122 1199 66.6

3-POINTERS 3FG FGA Pct

FT FTA

Pct

--- REBOUNDS --Off Def Tot Avg

Conference Tournament (1-1) ## Player

IndIana State 64

GP GS

Min

Avg

--- TOTAL --FG FGA Pct

PF FO

A TO Blk

Stl

Pts Avg

03

Arop, Manny

2

2

52 26.0

6

17 .353

0

3 .000

5

6

.833

0

7

7

3.5

6

0

1

4

0

0

17

8.5

22

Burnett, Brandon

1

0

10 10.0

2

4 .500

0

1 .000

4

4 1.000

2

2

4

4.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

8

8.0

05

Gant, Justin

2

1

53 26.5

4

12 .333

0

0 .000

4

6

.667

2

5

7

3.5

3

0

2

0

0

0

12

6.0

31

Mahurin, RJ

2

2

50 25.0

4

13 .308

2

9 .222

2

5

.400

3

5

8

4.0

5

0

0

2

2

2

12

6.0

11

Brown, Devonte

2

0

47 23.5

4

10 .400

1

3 .333

3

4

.750

3

4

7

3.5

4

0

3

4

1

0

12

6.0

00

Kitchell, Jake

2

0

27 13.5

4

9 .444

0

1 .000

3

4

.750

6

3

9

4.5

2

0

0

3

0

0

11

5.5

13

Odum, Jake

2

2

59 29.5

3

11 .273

1

2 .500

3

4

.750

1

5

6

3.0

3

0

7

6

0

2

10

5.0

12

Cummings, Dawon

2

2

39 19.5

2

7 .286

1

4 .250

2

2 1.000

0

1

1

0.5

0

0

1

1

0

4

7

3.5

02

Eitel, Lucas

2

0

34 17.0

1

6 .167

1

5 .200

0

0

.000

0

2

2

1.0

1

0

2

1

0

1

3

1.5

32

Smith, Khristian

2

1

26 13.0

1

7 .143

0

1 .000

0

0

.000

0

1

1

0.5

1

0

0

1

1

1

2

1.0

20

Smith, Rhett

1

0

0

0 .000

0

0 .000

0

0

.000

0

1

1

1.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

2

8

10

5.0

0

3

3.0

Team

0

0

Total

2

31

96 .323

6

29 .207

26

35

.743

19

44

63 31.5

25

0

16

22

4

10

Opponents

2

43

99 .434

12

29 .414

16

21

.762

14

49

63 31.5

32

1

23

21

3

11 114 57.0

94 47.0


Career Leaders/Media Outlets CAREER LEADERS - TOP 10 (entering this season)

No. Student-Athlete (Years) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Larry Bird (1976-79) John S. Williams (’82-86) Jerry Newsom (1965-68) Butch Wade (1964-67) David Moss (2002-06) Eddie Bird (1987-91) Duane Klueh (1946-49) Carl Nicks (1976-80) 9. Rick Williams (1972-76) 10. Matt Renn (1997-01)

REBOUNDS

No. Student-Athlete (Years) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

No. Student-Athlete (Years) 1. 2. 3. 4.

Steve Reed (1977-81) Rick Fields (1981-85) Jimmy Smith (1974-78) Nate Green (1996-00)

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Gabe Moore (2004-08) Larry Bird (1976-79) Michael Menser (1997-01) Nick Hargrove (1993-97) David Moss (2002-06)

Jake Odum (2010-pres.)

BLOCKED SHOTS

No. Student-Athlete (Years) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

DeCarsta Webster (‘75-78) Isiah Martin (2007-11) Djibril Kante (1998-02) Nate Green (1996-00) Larry Bird (1976-79) Alex Gilbert (1978-80) John S. Williams (’82-86) Marcus Johnson (1991-94)

STEALS 1. 3. 4.

Larry Bird (1976-79) Nate Green (1996-00) Gabe Moore (2004-08) Michael Menser (1997-01)

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Matt Renn (1997-01) Rick Fields (1981-85) David Moss (2002-06) Carl Nicks (1976-80) Marcus Howard (2000-04)

5.

2,850 2,374 2,147 1,672 1,562 1,555 1,432 1,432 1,351 1,347

G

Rebs.

Jake Odum (2010-pres.)

G 119 112 105 114

100

122 94 116 99 108

G 85 113 120 114 94 61 113 60

1,247 953 862 789 771 731 716 676 661 629

Asts. 616 551 517 496

448

444 435 426 369 350

Blks. 168 136 127 109 83 75 68 66

G

Stls.

94 114 122 116

240 240 203 188

100

118 112 108 85 93

169

165 145 133 128 125

Newspaper Todd Golden Beat Writer, Terre Haute Tribune-Star P.O. Box 149, Terre Haute, IN 47808 Office Phone -- 812-231-4227 Fax Phone -- 812-231-4321 Email -- todd.golden@tribstar.com David Woods Indianapolis Star, 307 N. Pennsylvania Indianapolis, IN 46204 Office Phone -- 317-444-6644 Fax Phone -- 317-444-6500 Email -- david.woods@indystar.com Sports Editor The Indiana Statesman Hulman Memorial Student Union Terre Haute, IN 47809 Office Phone -- 812-237-3030 Fax Phone -- 812-237-7629

Radio SCORING (total points) 1,122 - Jake Odum 373 - Manny Arop 317 - Justin Gant FIELD GOAL SHOOTING .592 (61-103) - Jake Kitchell .457 (328-717) - Jake Odum FIELD GOALS MADE 328 - Jake Odum 134 - Manny Arop 3-POINT SHOOTING .414 (63-152) - Lucas Eitel .325 (52-160) - Jake Odum .291 (30-103) - Dawon Cummings 3-POINTERS MADE 63 - Lucas Eitel 52 - Jake Odum FREE THROW SHOOTING .796 (74-93) - Manny Arop .750 (414-552) - Jake Odum .682 (30-44) - Dawon Cummings FREE THROWS MADE 414 - Jake Odum 74 - Manny Arop ASSISTS 448 - Jake Odum 66 - Lucas Eitel STEALS 169 - Jake Odum 29 - Dawon Cummings 29 - Lucas Eitel BLOCKS 43 - Justin Gant 29 - Jake Odum REBOUNDS 474 - Jake Odum 191 - Justin Gant

WIBQ-FM (98.5) 824 South Third Street Terre Haute, IN 47807 Office Phone is 812-232-4161 Fax Phone is 812-234-9999 WISU-FM (89.7) Dreiser Hall 230, Indiana State University Terre Haute, IN 47809 Office Phone – 812-237-9697 Fax Phone – 812-237-3241 Brian Fritz Radio Play-by-Play 401 North Fourth Street, Room 101B Terre Haute, IN 47809 Cell Phone – 812-230-3288

Television Jason Pensky Sports Director, WTWO-TV (NBC) 10849 N. Highway 41, Farmersburg, IN 47850 Office Phone -- 812-232-9504 Fax Phone -- 812-696-2755 Rick Semmler Sports Director, WTHI-TV (CBS) 918 Ohio St., Terre Haute, IN 47808 Office Phone -- 812-232-4953 Fax Phone -- 812-232-8953 Dave Calabro Sports Director, WTHR-TV (NBC) 1000 N. Meridian, Indianapolis, IN 46204 Office Phone -- 317-639-6397 Fax Phone -- 317-655-5753 Anthony Calhoun Sports Unit Manager, WISH-TV (CBS) P.O. Box 7088, Indianapolis, IN 46207 Office Phone -- 317-931-2255 Fax Phone -- 317-926-1144 Dave Furst Sports Director, WRTV-TV (ABC) 1330 N. Meridian, Indianapolis, IN 46204 Office Phone -- 317-269-1433 Fax Phone -- 317-269-1445

IndIana State

No. Student-Athlete (Years)

Pts.

94 113 85 74 108 111 91 85 77 118

Larry Bird (1976-79) 94 Jerry Newsom (1965-68) 85 DeCarsta Webster (1975-78) 85 Matt Renn (1997-01) 118 Jim Cruse (1993-97) 105 George Pillow (1968-71) 76 Carl Richard (2009-12) 125 Djibril Kante (1998-02) 120 Rick Williams (1973-76) 78 John S. Williams (’82-86) 113

ASSISTS

5.

G

(entering this season)

Jake Odum

POINTS

ACTIVE CAREER LEADERS

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By The Numbers YEAR-BY-YEAR IN THE VALLEY

Glenn M. Curtis (8) John R. Wooden (2) John L. Longfellow (6) Longfellow/Paul Wolf (1) Duane Klueh (12) Gordon C. Stauffer (8) Bob King (3) Bill Hodges (4) Dave Schellhase (3) Ron Greene (4) Tates Locke (5) Sherman Dillard (3) Royce Waltman (10) Kevin McKenna (3) Greg Lansing (3)

1938-45 1946-48 1948-54 1954-55 1955-67 1967-75 1975-78 1978-82 1982-85 1985-89 1989-94 1994-97 1997-07 2007-10 2011-

ISU Totals (114)

1899-

122 44 120 9 182 121 61 67 37 31 50 29 134 43 56

45 15 59 15 122 94 24 48 48 82 88 51 164 52 44

.724 .746 .670 .375 .602 .568 .718 .582 .435 .274 .411 .363 .450 .452 .560

1,404 1,191

.541

Versus the Missouri Valley Conference Sherman Dillard (1994-97)

Year

Overall

MVC

Finish

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

25-3 23-9 33-1 16-11 9-18 9-18 9-19 14-14 14-15 11-17 9-20 7-21 4-24 8-20 14-14 13-15 11-17 4-24 7-19 10-16 12-16 16-11 15-12 22-10 22-12 6-22 7-24 9-19 11-20 13-16 13-18 15-16 11-21 17-15 20-14 18-15 18-15

----11-5 16-0 8-8 4-12 3-13 5-13 6-10 6-10 5-11 4-10 3-11 0-14 2-12 9-7 12-6 7-11 3-15 3-15 6-12 6-12 10-8 10-8 14-4 10-8 4-14 2-16 5-13 5-13 4-14 5-13 8-10 7-11 9-9 12-6 8-10 9-9

----T-Second First T-Fifth Eighth T-Ninth T-Seventh Seventh T-Sixth Seventh T-Seventh Eighth Eighth Eighth T-Fourth T-Fourth T-Seventh T-Ninth Eleventh Ninth T-Eighth Fifth T-Fifth First T-Fourth T-Ninth Tenth T-Eighth T-Ninth T-Ninth Tenth T-Seventh T-Eighth T-Fifth Third Eighth Fifth

37

IndIana State 66

495-591 241-373

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MVC Tourney

Non MVC

Post Season

----2-1 3-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 ------------1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 3-0 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 3-0 1-1 1-1

25-3 10-3 14-1 8-2 5-5 6-4 4-5 8-3 7-4 6-5 5-9 4-9 4-9 6-7 5-6 1-8 4-5 1-9 4-4 4-4 5-3 6-2 5-3 7-5 9-4 2-7 4-7 4-5 5-6 8-1 7-4 6-5 3-9 8-5 5-8 9-4 8-5

NIT 0-1 NIT 1-1 NCAA 4-1 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------NCAA 0-1 NCAA 1-1 --------------------------------CBI 0-1 NCAA 0-1 CIT 0-1 NIT 0-1

22-30

232-189

6-9

COACHING RECORDS By Tenure

Coaches (Seasons)

Years

W

Bob King (1) Bill Hodges (4) Dave Schellhase (3) Ron Greene (4) Tates Locke (5) Sherman Dillard (3) Royce Waltman (10) Kevin McKenna (3) Greg Lansing (3)

1977-78 1978-82 1982-85 1985-89 1989-94 1994-97 1997-07 2007-10 2011-

11 31 17 12 33 15 69 24 29

Sycamores Totals (36)

1977-

241

In the Valley Tournament Coaches (Appearances)

L

5 33 33 46 51 39 111 30 25

Pct. .686 .484 .340 .207 .393 .278 .383 .444 .537

373 .393

Years

W

L

Pct.

Bob King (1) Bill Hodges (4) Dave Schellhase (3) Ron Greene (4) Tates Locke (4) Sherman Dillard (1) Royce Waltman (10) Kevin McKenna (3) Greg Lansing (3)

1978 1979-82 1983-85 1986-89 1990-94 1997 1998-07 2008-10 2011-

2 3 1 0 0 1 8 2 5

1 3 3 4 4 1 9 3 2

.667 .000 .333 .000 .000 .500 .471 .400 .714

Sycamores Totals (33)

1976-

22

In the NCAA Division I Tournament Coaches (Years)

30 .423

Number

W

L

Pct.

Bill Hodges (1979) Royce Waltman (2000, 2001) Greg Lansing (2011)

1 2 1

4 1 0

1 2 1

.800 .333 .000

Sycamores Totals (4)

4

5

4

.556

In the National Invitation Tournament Coaches (Years)

Number

W

L

Pct.

Bob King (1977, 1978) Greg Lansing (2013)

2 1

1 0

2 1

.333 .000

Sycamores Totals (3)

3

1

3

.250

In the College Basketball Invitational (CBI)

Coaches (Seasons)

Years

W

L

Pct.

John P. Kimmell (11) Eddy Conners (1) Bertram E. Wiggins (1) Alfred F. Westphal (5) O.E. Sink (1) Birch E. Bayh (5) Arthur L. Strum (1) David A. Glascock (4) Walter E. Marks (9) J. Roy Goodland (1)

1899-08, 1909-11 1908-09 1911-12 1912-17 1917-18 1918-23 1923-24 1924-27, 1932-33 1927-31, 1933-38 1931-32

28 2 7 47 8 57 16 33 90 10

72 7 6 23 8 24 7 32 58 5

.280 .222 .538 .671 .500 .640 .696 .508 .608 .667

Coaches (Years)

Number

W

L

Pct.

Kevin McKenna (2010)

1

0

1

.000

Sycamores Totals (1)

1

0

1

.000

In the CollegeInsider.Com Tournament (CIT) Coaches (Years)

Number

W

L

Pct.

Greg Lansing (2012)

1

0

1

.000

Sycamores Totals (1)

1

0

1

.000


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2013-14 Preview

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Numerical Roster No. Name

Yr. Pos. Ht.

Wt.

Hometown / High School

2 Jordan Pickett

Fr.

G

6-0

165

Indianapolis (Ind.) Pike

4 Davon Turk

So.

G

6-4

170

Houston (Texas) Westbury Christian

5 Joe Crisman

Jr.

G

6-4

195

10 Cody Johnson

So.

C

6-10 245

13 London Dokubo

Jr.

G

6-0

165

Schaumburg (Ill.) Conant

22 Matt O’Leary

So.

F

6-8

210

Terre Haute (Ind.) Terre Haute North Vigo

Munster (Ind.) Munster Draper (Utah) Air Force Prep/W. Neb. CC

23 Jeff White

So.

G

6-1

160

Peoria (Ill.) Manual

25 Nick Osborne

So.

F

6-8

220

Muncie (Ind.) Muncie Central

30 Tanner Williams

So.

F

6-7

205

Orion (Ill.) Orion

32 Christian Thomas

Jr. G/F 6-5

205

St. Louis (Mo.) Clayton

33 Jeremy King

Fr.

C

6-10 209

Houston (Texas) St. Thomas

34 Cal Kennedy

Fr.

F

6-6

Oak Lawn (Ill.) Brother Rice

193

35 Milton Doyle

Fr.

G

6-4

170

Chicago (Ill.) Marshall/Kansas

44 Derrick Boone

Sr.

G

6-3

180

Minneapolis (Minn.) Minneapolis South

45 Bill Clark

Sr.

G

6-4

207

Valparaiso (Ind.) Mount Carmel/Indiana

52 Tony Nixon

GS

G

6-4

207

Chicago (Ill.) Seton Academy/Northern Ill.

Christian Thomas

Porter Moser Head Coach

At A Glance

Alma Mater: Creighton (‘90) Overall Record: 127-140 (9 years) Record at LU: 22-39 (2 years) 2012-13: 15-16 / 5-11 (8th in the Horizon League)

Year-By-Year Record Season School

Overall W L

2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2011-12 2012-13

18 18 18 10 17 9 15 7 15

UALR UALR UALR Illinois Illinois Illinois Illinois Loyola Loyola

State State State State

School Totals (2 years) Career Totals (9 years)

Conf. W L

11 11 12 19 13 19 16 23 16

22 39 127 140

9 8 8 4 8 4 6 1 5

7 6 6 14 10 14 12 17 11

6 28 53 108

Conf. Place Tourn. 7th 5th 5th 10th 6th 10th 8th 10th 8th

--1-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1

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0-2 3-8

2012-13 Finish: 15-16; 5-11 Horizon (8th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 9/4 Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 NOTEWORTHY •  Loyola’s 2013-14 roster, which includes 10 underclassmen, has accumulated only 17 years of NCAA Division  I experience.   •  Junior Christian Thomas is the team’s top returning  scorer and rebounder from last season. The 6-foot-5 forward hiked his scoring and rebounding averages to 12.1 points and 6.5 rebounds per game last season after putting up 5.0 ppg and 4.1 rpg in 2011-12. He scored in double figures in each of the last 16 games of  the 2013-13 campaign.   •  Third-year Loyola head coach Porter Moser is no  stranger to the Missouri Valley Conference. A 1990 graduate of Creighton, he also served as the head  coach at Illinois State from 2003-07.   •  Sophomore guard Devon Turk averaged 8.7 ppg a  year ago, the highest scoring average for a Loyola  true freshman since 2005-06. The sharpshooter from Houston, Texas also established a single-season school  record for three-point field goals by a freshman (65)  and led the Horizon League in three-point field goal  percentage (.433).

Basketball Support Staff

Daniyal Robinson Asst. Coach

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Emanuel Dildy Asst. Coach

Matt Gordon Asst. Coach

Bryan Mullins Operations

David McDonald Athletic Trainer

Dr. Pietro Tonino Team Doctor


Schedule/Results/University Facts 2013-14 Basketball Schedule Date

Opponent

Site

Saturday  Friday  Tuesday  Saturday  Tuesday 

November 2  November 8  November 12  November 16  November 19 

Lewis (EX)  Milwaukee  at Tennessee Tech  at Tulane  Rockhurst 

Chicago, Ill.  Chicago, Ill.  Cookeville, Tenn.  New Orleans, La.  Chicago, Ill. 

Friday  Saturday  Sunday 

November 22  November 23  November 24 

Portland State Tournament at Portland State  Portland, Ore.  vs. UC Davis  Portland, Ore.  vs. SIU Edwardsville  Portland, Ore. 

7:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m.

Sunday  Saturday  Friday  Wednesday  Monday  Wednesday  Sunday  Wednesday  Saturday  Thursday  Sunday  Thursday  Sunday  Wednesday  Saturday  Thursday  Sunday  Wednesday  Saturday  Wednesday  Saturday  Tuesday  Saturday  Thurs.-Sun. 

December 1  December 7  December 13  December 18  December 23  January 1  January 5  January 8  January 11  January 15  January 18  January 22  January 25  January 28  February 1  February 6  February 9  February 12  February 15  February 19  February 22  February 25  March 1  March 6-9 

at Mississippi State  UIC  Campbell  Northern Illinois  at Fordham  *at Indiana State  *Missouri State  *Southern Illinois  *at Illinois State  *Drake  *at Evansville  *Indiana State  *Northern Iowa  *at Wichita State  *at Southern Illinois  *Bradley  *Illinois State  *at Northern Iowa  *at Drake  *Wichita State  *at Bradley  *at Missouri State  *Evansville  MVC Tournament 

1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 2:05 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 3:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:05 p.m. 7:05 p.m. =TBD TBD

Starkville, Miss.  Chicago, Ill.  Chicago, Ill.  Chicago, Ill.  Bronx, N.Y.  Terre Haute, Ind.  Chicago, Ill.  Chicago, Ill.  Normal, Ill.  Chicago, Ill.  Evansville, Ind.  Chicago, Ill.  Chicago, Ill.  Wichita, Kan.  Carbondale, Ill.  Chicago, Ill.  Chicago, Ill.  Cedar Falls, Iowa  Des Moines, Iowa  Chicago, Ill.  Peoria, Ill.  Springfield, Mo.  Chicago, Ill.  St. Louis, Mo. 

Time 3:00 p.m.  7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Date Opponent

Score

W/L

N9 N12 N16 N17 N18 N24 N28 D1 D8 D15 D22 D29 J2 J5 J9 J11 J16 J20 J23 J26 J30 F2 F4 F7 F12 F16 F19 F23 F26 M2 M5

62-50 64-41 71-81 50-68 62-46 53-46 81-78 77-50 61-73 59-51 54-49 69-61 63-54 66-68 45-58 61-62 59-61 66-63 67-55 63-75 76-65 65-73 59-62 59-60 53-71 69-60 76-85 63-70 75-76 87-60 60-62

W 2187 W 1685 L --L 4014 W --W 995 W 1812 W 2147 L 14797 W 3321 W 789 W 8020 W 3119 L 2109 L 2214 L 2258 L 3917 W (ot) 1159 W 1565 L 2746 W 2067 L 2045 L 3171 L 1844 L 1862 W 3263 L 1986 L 1945 L 1357 W 2317 L 2270

TOLEDO ROCKHURST vs. Western Michigan at South Florida vs. Md.-Eastern Shore at Northern Illinois TENNESSEE TECH FURMAN at Michigan State MISSISSIPPI STATE at Saint Peter’s at DePaul *at Valparaiso *YOUNGSTOWN STATE *at Green Bay *WRIGHT STATE *at UIC *at Chicago State *at Cleveland State *DETROIT *MILWAUKEE *GREEN BAY *at Wright State *at Youngstown State *at Milwaukee *UIC *VALPARAISO KENT STATE *at Detroit *CLEVELAND STATE %at Youngstown State

Att.

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Day

2012-13 Results (15-16, 5-11 Horizon)

Home in CAPS; *Horizon League games; %Horizon League Tournament

*denotes conference game; =MVC TV Wildcard

Loyola University Chicago (Founded 1870) Athletic Directory President:  Michael J. Garanzini, S.J. Faculty Chairman of Athletics: Dr. M. Grace Calhoun Director of Athletics: Dr. Brian Stanko Senior Assoc. Athletics Director/SWA - Ext. Affairs: Carolyn O’Connell Senior Assoc. Athletics Director - Administration: Carol Iwaoka Senior Assoc. Athletic Director/Assistant Dean: Betsi Burns Assoc. Athletics Director: Fr. Stefano Del Bove Assoc. Athletics Director - Business Affairs: Marc McRoberts Assoc. Athletics Director for Communications: Bill Behrns Assoc. AD- Event Ops, Promotions, and Equipment: Pat Schultz Athletics Department Telephone: (773) 508-2560 Athletics Department Address The Norville Center for Intercollegiate Athletics 6526 N. Winthrop Ave. Chicago, IL 60626

Michael J. Garanzini, S.J. President

Dr. Brian Stanko Faculty Rep.

Dr. M. Grace Calhoun Athletic Director

Bill Behrns Basketball SID

University Facts Founded: 1870 Location:  Chicago, Ill. Enrollment:  16,040 Colors: Maroon and Gold Nickname: Ramblers Years in the MVC: 1st Arena:  Joseph J. Gentile Arena (4,486) Courtside Telephone Number: (773) 274-3550

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2012-13 Statistical Review All-Game Statistics (15-16)

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3-POINTERS 3FG FGA Pct

--- REBOUNDS --Off Def Tot Avg

PF FO

107  129  .829 

39  123  162  6.5 

57 

1 

102  154  .662 

67  135  202  6.5 

65 

1 

25  37 

31  46  .674 

41  102  143  4.6 

59 

2 

48  59  13  25  278  9.0

68 

1 

23  40 

9  12  270  8.7

32 

0  105  76 

0  25  198  7.9 0 

GP GS

Min

24  Averkamp, Ben 

25  23 

799  32.0 

126  269  .468 

12 

41  .293 

32  Thomas, Christian 

31  31 

839  27.1 

136  242  .562 

2 

3  .667 

02  Hicks, Jordan 

31  31 

876  28.3 

106  204  .520 

35 

84  .417 

04  Turk, Devon 

31 

6 

694  22.4 

90  225  .400 

65  150  .433 

25  31  .806 

5 

50 

55  1.8 

01  Payne, Cully 

25  24 

721  28.8 

55  165  .333 

32 

56  70  .800 

4 

43 

47  1.9 

30  Williams, Tanner  23  White, Jeff 

Avg

--- TOTAL --FG FGA Pct

## Player

3 

0 

32  10.7 

28 

9 

621  22.2 

9 

92  .348 

FT FTA

2 

Pct

A

TO Blk

Stl

Pts Avg

43  54  29  18  371  14.8

4 

2 

2  22  376  12.1

14  .643 

0 

0  .000 

4  .500 

4 

3 

7  2.3 

4 

0 

58  153  .379 

9 

25  .360 

22  35  .629 

15 

52 

67  2.4 

50 

0 

76  50 

3  18  147  5.3

2 

20  6.7

7  17  127  4.9

05  Crisman, Joe 

26  20 

693  26.7 

44  100  .440 

12 

34  .353 

27  37  .730 

12 

69 

81  3.1 

29 

0 

48  24 

22  O’Leary, Matt 

30 

0 

440  14.7 

44  117  .376 

14 

56  .250 

13  18  .722 

22 

46 

68  2.3 

47 

0 

39  28  12 

25  Osborne, Nick 

31 

9 

330  10.6 

36 

85  .424 

3 

14  .214 

8  20  .400 

25 

42 

67  2.2 

50 

1 

8  18 

8 

6 

83  2.7

45  Clark, Bill 

11 

0 

24 

2.2 

1 

4  .250 

0 

2  .000 

2 

4  .500 

1 

2 

3  0.3 

3 

0 

0 

2 

0 

1 

4  0.4

13  Dokubo, London 

19 

2 

142 

7.5 

3 

6  .500 

0 

3  .000 

0 

2  .000 

1 

6 

7  0.4 

15 

0 

11 

7 

0 

2 

6  0.3

00  Williams, Kody 

2 

0 

10 

5.0 

0 

1  .000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0 

0  0.0 

1 

0 

0 

1 

0 

0 

0  0.0

44  Boone, Derrick 

4 

0 

4 

1.0 

0 

1  .000 

0 

1  .000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0  0.0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

Team

0  60

61 121

3.9

0

10

9  115  3.8

0  0.0 0

Total

31

708 1586 .446

184 505 .364

395 550

.718

296 734 1030 33.2

480

6 430 408

Opponents

31

709 1642 .432

173 514 .337

343 492

.697

275 672 947 30.5

542

- 358 366 126 210 1934 62.4

83 157 1995 64.4

Conference (Horizon League in 2012-13) Games Only (5-11, 8th) ## Player

GP GS

Min

Avg

--- TOTAL --FG FGA Pct

3-POINTERS 3FG FGA Pct

FT FTA

Pct

PF FO

A TO Blk

Stl

Pts Avg

32  Thomas, Christian 

16  16 

481  30.1 

86  156  .551 

2 

3  .667 

65  102  .637 

28 

84  112  7.0 

36 

1 

16  24 

24  Averkamp, Ben 

11  10 

351  31.9 

52  108  .481 

2 

12  .167 

45  51  .882 

14 

49 

63  5.7 

26 

1 

25  25  11 

02  Hicks, Jordan 

16  16 

463  28.9 

63  109  .578 

17 

36  .472 

24  35  .686 

19 

61 

80  5.0 

34 

1 

27  29 

6  19  167  10.4

04  Turk, Devon 

16 

4 

407  25.4 

51  131  .389 

38 

92  .413 

12  16  .750 

5 

33 

38  2.4 

38 

1 

10  25 

5 

01  Payne, Cully 

12  11 

340  28.3 

27 

77  .351 

17 

43  .395 

22  27  .815 

2 

13 

15  1.3 

13 

0 

48  42 

0  11 

93  7.8

23  White, Jeff 

14 

7 

321  22.9 

35 

83  .422 

6 

16  .375 

10  12  .833 

6 

29 

35  2.5 

25 

0 

43  23 

2 

8 

86  6.1

05  Crisman, Joe 

11 

7 

289  26.3 

14 

34  .412 

5 

12  .417 

14  14  1.000 

5 

29 

34  3.1 

15 

0 

21 

7 

4 

7 

47  4.3

22  O’Leary, Matt 

16 

0 

225  14.1 

21 

61  .344 

5 

25  .200 

9  13  .692 

16 

20 

36  2.3 

26 

0 

23 

9 

8 

2 

56  3.5

25  Osborne, Nick 

16 

7 

193  12.1 

19 

47  .404 

3 

9  .333 

4  12  .333 

14 

25 

39  2.4 

31 

1 

7 

7 

6 

4 

45  2.8

8 

0 

19 

2.4 

1 

3  .333 

0 

1  .000 

1 

2  .500 

0 

1 

1  0.1 

2 

0 

0 

2 

0 

1 

3  0.4

12 

2 

108 

9.0 

2 

4  .500 

0 

2  .000 

0 

0  .000 

1 

4 

5  0.4 

10 

0 

5 

4 

0 

2 

4  0.3

3 

0 

3 

1.0 

0 

1  .000 

0 

1  .000 

0 

0  .000 

0 

0 

0  0.0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0  0.0

45  Clark, Bill  13  Dokubo, London  44  Boone, Derrick  TEAM

70

--- REBOUNDS --Off Def Tot Avg

33

24

57

3.6

0

5

1  11  239  14.9 7  151  13.7 6  152  9.5

0

Total

16

371 814 .456

95 252 .377

206 284

.725

143 372 515 32.2

256

5 225 202

43

Opponents

16

381 848 .449

96 282 .340

187 259

.722

134 350 484 30.3

269

- 197 175

74 109 1045 65.3

78 1043 65.2


Career Leaders/Media Outlets CAREER LEADERS - TOP 10

No. Student-Athlete (Years)

 1.  Alfredrick Hughes (1981-85)   2.  Keith Gailes (1988-91)   3.   David Bailey (1999-03)   4.  Blake Schilb (2003-07)   5.  Jerry Harkness (1960-63)   6.  Carl Golston (1983-86)   7.  Darius Clemons (1978-82)   8.  Tony Parker (1973-77)   9.  J.R. Blount (2005-09)  10.  Javan Goodman (1995-99) 

REBOUNDS

No. Student-Athlete (Years)  1.   2.  3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

LaRue Martin (1969-72)  Leslie Hunter (1961-64)  Andy Polka (2006-11) Vic Rouse (1961-64) Alfredrick Hughes (1981-85) Wayne Sappleton (1978-82) Andre Moore (1984-87) Javan Goodman (1995-99) Clarence Red (1958-61) Art McZier (1955-58)

G

Pts.

120  82  116  118  81  91  112  92  119  111 

2,914 2,025 1,933 1,879 1,749 1,625 1,610 1,605 1,603 1,564

G

Rebs.

67  86  135 82 120 93 85 111 69 70

1,062 1,017 989 982 982 977 928 908 888 841

ASSISTS

No. Student-Athlete (Years) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

(entering this season)

Asts.

Darius Clemons (1978-79) Carl Golston (1983-86) David Bailey (1999-03) Keith Carter (1984-89) Earl Brown (1996-00) Blake Schilb (2003-07) Don Sobczak (1988-92) Chris Wilburn (1991-95) Greg Williams (1981-85) J.R. Blount (2005-09)

703 649 580 483 448 420 359 352 349 313

THREE-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE No. Student-Athlete (Years)

Blks.

1. Blake Schilb (2003-07) 2. David Bailey (1999-03) Majak Kou (2003-07) 4. Derek Molis (1995-97) 5. Keith Gailes (1988-91) 6. Geoff McCammon (2007-11) 7. Keith Carter (1984-89) 8. Earl Brown (1996-00) 9. Terrance Hill (2009-11) 10. Marcus Thomas (2008-10)

STEALS

No. Student-Athlete (Years) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Keir Rogers (1987-92) Earl Brown (1996-00) David Bailey (1999-03) Blake Schilb (2003-07) Greg Williams (1981-85) Chris Wilburn (1991-95) 7. Majak Kou (2003-07) 8. Alfredrick Hughes (1981-85) 9. Keith Gailes (1988-91) 10. Eric Dolezal (1990-93)

204 166 166 146 144 143 111 100 98 88

G

Stls. 227 184 172 159 143 143 142 140 136 135

Newspaper Fred Mitchell Beat Writer - Chicago Tribune Phone -- 312-222-3478 Email -- fmitchell@tribune.com Toni Ginnetti Beat Writer - Chicago Sun-Times Phone -- 312-321-2664 Email -- ginnt@aol.com

Devon Turk

POINTS

ACTIVE CAREER LEADERS

SCORING (total points) 525 - Christian Thomas 415 - Tony Nixon (all stats at Northern Ill.) 349 - Joe Crisman FIELD GOAL SHOOTING .563 (188-334) - Christian Thomas .394 (126-320) - Joe Crisman FIELD GOALS MADE 188 - Christian Thomas 143 - Tony Nixon (all stats at Northern Ill.) 126 - Joe Crisman 3-POINT SHOOTING .433 (65-150) – Devon Turk .360 (9-25) - Jeff White 3-POINTERS MADE 71 - Tony Nixon (all stats at Northern Ill.) 65 - Devon Turk FREE THROW SHOOTING .806 (25-31) - Devon Turk .722 (13-22) - Matt O’Leary .678 (145-214) - Christian Thomas FREE THROWS MADE 145 - Christian Thomas 59 - Joe Crisman ASSISTS 94 - Joe Crisman 76 - Jeff White STEALS 43 - Joe Crisman 31 - Christian Thomas BLOCKS 12 - Matt O’Leary 11 - Tony Nixon (all stats at Northern Ill.) REBOUNDS 324 - Christian Thomas 183 - Tony Nixon (all stats at Northern Ill.) 155 - Joe Crisman

LoyoLa

(entering this season)

Tom Quinlan Editor - Daily Herald Phone -- 847-427-4430 Email -- tquinlan@dailyherald.com Rick Gano Editor - Associated Press Phone -- 312-781-0500 Email -- rgano@ap.org Nick Amatangelo Sports Editor - Loyola Phoenix Phone -- 773-508-7115 Email -- phoenixsports63@gmail.com

Radio Jeff Dickerson

ESPN Radio 1000 - Reporter Phone -- 312-980-1000 Email -- Jeff.w.dickerson@espnradio.disney.com Dave Eanet WGN AM-720 - Director Phone -- 312-222-5094 Email -- deanet@tribune.com Mitch Rosen WSCR AM-670 - Director Phone -- 312-729-3967 Josh Liss WBBM AM-780/105.9 FM - Director Phone -- 312-297-7847 Email -- jdliss@cbs.com

Television Krista Ruch WBBM-TV (CBS 2) - Producer Phone -- 312-899-2330 Email -- klruch@cbs.com Geoff Glick WMAQ-TV (NBC-5) - Producer Phone -- 312-836-3665 Email -- geoff.glick@nbc.com Larry Snyder WLS-TV (ABC-7) - Producer Phone -- 312-750-7108 Email -- Lawrence.s.snyder@abc.com Joel Liberatore WGN-TV (Ch. 9) - Producer Phone -- 773-883-3326 Email -- jliberatore@tribune.com John Eskra WFLD-TV (FOX-32) - Producer Phone -- 312-565-5529 Email -- wfldsports@foxtv.com Tim Folke Comcast SportsNet Chicago - Producer Phone -- 312-222-6000 Email -- tfolke@comcastsportsnet.com

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By The Numbers YEAR-BY-YEAR IN THE VALLEY

LoyoLa

Year Overall

MVC

Finish

MVC Tourney

Non MVC

Post Season

2014 1st Year

COACHING RECORDS By Tenure

Coaches (Seasons)

Years

Bill Feeney (1) Harry Rhodes (1) Jack Tierney (1) Leonard Sachs (19) John Connelly (1) Alex Wilson (1) Thomas Haggerty (5) John Jordan (1) George Ireland (24) Jerry Lyne (6) Gene Sullivan (9) Will Rey (5) Ken Burmeister (4) Larry Farmer (6) Jim Whitesell (7) Porter Moser (2)

1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-42 1942-43 1944-45 1945-50 1950-51 1951-75 1975-80 1980-89 1989-94 1994-98 1998-04 2004-11 2011-

Ramblers Totals (92)

1920-

W

L

Pct.

7 0 5 224 12 4 111 15 318 72 149 45 40 71 109 22

4 6 7 129 10 8 41 14 255 74 114 96 71 102 107 39

.636 .000 .417 .635 .545 .333 .730 .517 .555 .493 .567 .319 .360 .410 .505 .361

1204 1077

.528

Jerry Harkness (1960-63)

Versus the Missouri Valley Conference Coaches (Seasons)

Years

W

L

Pct.

Porter Moser (2013-) Ramblers Totals (1st Year) Moser coached at MVC member Illinois State from 2003-07 and recorded a 22-50 (.305) record in league play

In the Valley Tournament Coaches (Appearances)

Years

W

L

Pct.

Porter Moser (2014-) Ramblers Totals (1st Year) Moser coached at MVC member Illinois State from 2003-07 and recorded a 1-4 (.200) record in four tourney appearances

In the NCAA Division I Tournament Coaches (Years)

Loyola’s 1963 National Championship Team

L

Pct.

George Ireland (1963*, 64, 66, 68) 4  Gene Sullivan (1985) 1

Number

W

7  2

3  1

.700 .667

Ramblers Totals (5) *--National Championship

9

4

.692

5

In the National Invitation Tournament Coaches (Years)

72

Number

W

L

Pct.

Leonard Sachs (1939) Thomas Haggerty (1949) George Ireland (1962) Jerry Lyne (1980)

1 1 1 1

1 3 2 0

1 1 1 1

.500 .750 .667 .000

Ramblers Totals (4)

4

6

4

.600


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2013-14 Preview Numerical Roster No. Name

Yr. Pos. Ht.

Wt.

Hometown / High School

1 Keith Pickens

Sr. G/F 6-4

203

St. Louis (Mo.) Oakville High

2 Austin Ruder

Fr.

6-3

196

Nixa (Mo.) High

3 Michael Simpson

So. G/F 6-6

190

Spring (Texas) Klein Collins High

5 Jarmar Gulley

Sr.

G

Missouri state

6-5

218

Beaumont (Texas) Central Medical Magnet

10 Ron Mvouika

Jr. G/F 6-6

F

201

Paris (France) Huntington [W.Va.] Prep

11 Marcus Marshall

So.

G

190

St. Paul (Minn.) Johnson High

12 Devon Thomas

Fr.

G

6-0

162

Silver Springs (Md.) Kimball Union [N.H.] Acad.

20 Gavin Thurman

So.

F