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North Georgia College & State Peach Belt Conference Athletics Administration 2012-13 Quickfacts 2012-13 Roster 2012-13 Season Outlook 2012-13 Opponents Head Coach Chris Faulkner Assistant Coach Josh Travis 2012-13 Saints 2011-12 Results 2011-12 Statistics 2011-12 PBC Awards Record Book Sponsors

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PEACH BELT CONFERENCE Entering its 23rd year of existence in 2012-13, the Peach Belt Conference has cemented its status as one of the elite Division II conferences in the nation. Since its inception in 1990-91, the Peach Belt has developed a consistent history of excellence which continues to this day with 32 national championships and 28 national finalists. Starting with only two championships in 1991, men’s and women’s basketball, the conference has expanded to 15 championship sports with the addition of men’s and women’s track and field in the spring of 2013. The conference traces its roots back to November of 1988 when 11 schools first met in Greenville, S.C. to form a Division II conference. Following a second meeting on Dec. 3, 1989, five of those 11 schools, plus two others, formed the Peach Belt and begin play in fall 1990. The Peach Belt was less than a year old before capturing a national championship. The Columbus State golf team took the honor by winning the 1992 national crown, the first of three golf championships the Cougars own. One year later, the Lander men’s tennis team began their record-breaking run of eight straight national titles, the first PBC dynasty. Since then, USCA men’s golf has won three straight national titles from 2004-06. The PBC in in the midst of another dynasty as the Armstrong men’s and women’s tennis teams captured the 31st and 32nd national championships for the conference last year. The Pirates have won four women’s and three men’s national championships since 2008. Armstrong’s achievement was the highlight to one of the most successful seasons in league history. Peach Belt teams advanced to the national championship round of competition in 10 of our 13 sports. The Armstrong women’s soccer team reached the final four while the Flagler volleyball team went to the Elite Eight. The Montevallo men’s basketball team played in the national championship game while the Lander women’s team reached the Elite Eight. The Flagler softball team reached the world series while the Georgia College and USC Aiken men’s golf teams reached the final eight match play at the national championships. In all, 59 Peach Belt teams made appearances in the NCAA postseason, including seven men’s tennis teams and six each in the sports of men’s golf and women’s tennis. The seven charter members of the conference were Armstrong Atlantic State University, Columbus State University, Francis Marion University, Georgia College & State University, Lander University, USC Aiken and USC Upstate. The name Peach Belt Athletic Conference was adopted in January of 1990 and modified to Peach Belt Conference in May of 2000.

Augusta State joined the conference in 1991 and UNC Pembroke became the ninth member on July 1, 1992. They were followed by Kennesaw State University on July 1, 1994, Clayton State University on July 1, 1995 and the University of North Florida on July 1, 1997. Kennesaw State and North Florida departed for the Division I ranks in 2005, USC Upstate did the same in 2007, and the conference welcomed in North Georgia College & State University in 2005 and Georgia Southwestern State University in 2006. In 2009-10, the Peach Belt added Montevallo and Flagler. For the 2012-13 season, the league is expanding once again with the addition of Young Harris College, giving the Peach Belt 14 members for the first time in its history. David Brunk was named the second PBC commissioner in May of 2007. Brunk replaced Marvin Vanover, who was the first PBC commissioner from 1991 to 2007. Brunk is charged with continuing the strong growth of the conference as its second era begins. Dr. Fred Carter, president of Francis Marion University, begins his two-year term as president of the Peach Belt this year. The conference currently holds championships in 15 sports, seven for men and eight for women. They are men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s tennis, baseball, softball and men’s and women’s golf and men’s and women’s track and field.

Lindsay Reeves Director of Athletics ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION

Lindsay Reeves is in her 12th year with North Georgia College & State University and third year as the Director of Athletics for the Saints. She spent three years as Associate Director of Athletics and Senior Women’s Administrator before being named Athletic Director when Randy Dunn retired after 28 years with the university. Reeves graduated from Ithaca College with a BS in Physical Education and received her Master’s from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Exercise Physiology. After completing her education, she worked as the Director of Testing at Sports Training Institute in N.Y., before taking over as Assistant Director of Health & Fitness at General Electric World Headquarters in CT. From 1990-1999 she was the Director of Employee Wellness and faculty member at UNC-Chapel Hill. Lindsay is married to Dave Reeves and they have a son Tim who is 24, and a daughter Kelley who is 22.

Derek Surranie Associate AD Derek Suranie has spent the last 13 years with North Georgia, having served in a variety of roles including head athletic trainer for eight years. He is currently in his third year as Associate Athletics Director. As the Associate Athletics Director, he oversees the day-today operations of the department. Prior to his current role, Suranie was the Head Athletic Trainer, and also served as the Athletic Training Coordinator and Clinical Coordinator. Suranie is from Woonsocket, RI where he graduated from Woonsocket High School. He attended Marietta College in Marietta, OH and graduated in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science in Sports Medicine. He went on to work in Nashua, NH at the Center for Physical Therapy and Exercise. Suranie coordinated Athletic Training services for Souhegan High School as well as maintaining a full patient load in the clinic. Suranie attended the All Academy Physical Education Symposium at the United States Military Academy at West Point and also participated in the inaugural Summer Transition Program at NGCSU. Suranie and his wife Jill moved to the North Georgia region in 1998 and began his employment in NGCSU in 1999. He received his Masters of Education from NGCSU in 2001.


2012-13 North Georgia Men’s Basketball Quick Facts


GENERAL INFORMATION Location ......................................... Dahlonega, GA Mailing Address...............82 College Circle, 30597 Founded.........................................................1873 Enrollment..................................................5,853 Nickname.............................................Saints Colors ..................................... Royal Blue & White Affiliation .................................. NCAA Division II Conference.............................................Peach Belt President......................................Dr. Bonita Jacobs Director of Athletics.......................Lindsay Reeves Faculty Representative...............Margaret Poitevint PROGRAM HISTORY Inaugural Season .............................................1971 All Time Record ........................................614-430 NCAA Appearances.......................................None Last Postseason Opponent....................Montevallo Result............(L) 88-79 PBC Quarterfinals (2010) Most Wins in a Season..........23 (1982, 1983, 2005) SPORTS COMMUNICATIONS Director.........................................Milledge Austin Alma Mater, Yr..........................USC Aiken, 2009 Office Phone.....................................706-867-3250 Cell Phone........................................803-270-5716 Office Fax.........................................706-867-2865 COACHING STAFF Head Coach.....................................Chris Faulkner Alma Mater, Yr......................North Georgia, 1993 Record at NG........................127-133 (10th Season) Career Record....................199-230 (16th Season) Office Phone.....................................706-867-2865 Assistant Coach....................................Josh Travis Alma Mater, Yr..............................Reinhardt, 2001 TEAM INFORMATION 2011-12 Overall Record.................................10-18 Home................................................................8-7 Away............................................................1-11 Neutral............................................................1-0 2010-11 PBC Record (finish)................5-12 (11th) Home.............................................................4-5 Away..............................................................1-7 Letterwinners Returning/Lost............................9/6 Starters Returning/Lost......................................2/3 Roster Breakdown (Sr/Jr/So/Fr)...............(6/6/3/3) Facility (Capacity)..............Memorial Hall (2,500)

2012-13 NORTH GEORGIA MEN’S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Opponent Location vs. Salem International# Newberry, SC vs. TBA# Newberry, SC Newberry College Dahlonega, GA at Anderson University Anderson, SC Belmont Abbey Dahlonega, GA at Truett-McConnell Cleveland, GA

Time 5:00 PM TBA 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 4:00 PM 7:30 PM

Dec. 8 at Limestone College Gaffney, SC Dec. 15 at Armstrong Atlantic * Savannah, GA Dec. 17 at Flagler College * St. Augustine, FL

4:00 PM 3:30 PM 7:30 PM

Jan. 5 Jan. 10 Jan. 12 Jan. 17 Jan. 19 Jan. 21 Jan. 24 Jan. 26 Jan. 31

Georgia College * Montevallo * at Clayton State * at Georgia College * Augusta State * USC Aiken * Ga. Southwestern * Clayton State * at Columbus State *

Dahlonega, GA Dahlonega, GA Clayton, GA Milledgeville, GA Dahlonega, GA Dahlonega, GA Dahlonega, GA Dahlonega, GA Columbus, GA

3:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 3:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 3:30 PM 7:30 PM

Feb. 2 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 14 Feb. 16 Feb. 21 Feb. 23

at Montevallo * at Young Harris * Columbus State * at Francis Marion * at UNC Pembroke * Young Harris * Lander University *

Montevallo, AL Young Harris, GA Dahlonega, GA Florence, SC Pembroke, NC Dahlonega, GA Dahlonega, GA

4:30 PM 7:30 PM 3:30 PM 7:30 PM 3:30 PM 7:30 PM 3:30 PM

Mar. 2

at Ga. Southwestern *

Americus, GA

7:30 PM

Date Nov. 9 Nov. 10 Nov. 14 Nov. 20 Nov. 24 Nov. 28

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS (2011-12 STATISTICS) #11 Pat Moynihan 26 GP, 9.1 PPG, 37,2 FG%, 4.7 RPG #23 Scott Windom 25 GP, 17.3 PPG, 45.7 FG%, 6.4 RPG All-PBC #25 Travis Core 28 GP, 7.9 PPG, 41.8 FG%, 36.9 3FG%


# - Newberry College Tournament Home games in BOLD All Games listed as EST * - Peach Belt Conference game KEY PLAYERS LOST (2011-12 STATISTICS) #2 Clarence Tillman 28 GP, 16.4 PPG, 44.1 FG%, 5.9 RPG #12 Chaun Tinney 28 GP, 5.2 PPG, 43.6 FG%, 2.2 SPG #24 Elijah Smith 28 GP, 8.8 PPG, 46.2 FG%, 5.8 RPG6.4


No. 2 3 10 11 12 14 15 20 21 22 23 24 25 32 33 42 44 50

2012-13 ROSTER

2012-13 NORTH GEORGIA MEN’S BASKETBALL ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. Name Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Hometown/Previous School 24 Antonio Brodie Wing Fr. 6-3 195 Locust Grove, GA / Luella HS 12 Jarrett Christian Guard Jr. 6-2 175 Suwanee, GA / Duluth HS 25 Travis Core Guard So. 6-2 170 Trenton, GA / Dade County HS 50 Robby Goldsmith Center Sr. 6-10 220 Melbourne, FL / Hargrave Military 21 Corey Green Wing Fr. 6-4 220 Detroit, MI / Bishop Foley Catholic HS 20 Taylor Guthrie Guard Fr. 6-4 190 Dahlonega, GA / Lumpkin County HS 32 Victor Holder Forward Sr. 6-4 220 Uniondale, NY / Dean College 15 Ishmael Hollis Post Jr. 6-8 200 Bufford, GA / Western Carolina University 42 Andrew Lawrence Post So. 6-6 180 Hilliard, FL / Waycross College 22 Taylor Metzger Guard Jr. 6-3 195 Norcross, GA / Greater Atlanta Christian HS 11 Pat Moynihan Guard Sr. 6-4 195 Atlanta, GA / Centennial HS 10 Tyler Norman Guard Sr. 6-0 185 Cleveland, GA / Truett-McConnell College 3 Lamar Richardson Guard Jr. 6-1 160 Riceboro, GA / East Georgia College 14 Ryan Sharpe Forward Jr. 6-2 185 Canton, GA / Cherokee HS 2 Chris Tanzy Guard Jr. 6-0 190 Marietta, GA / Dean College 44 Michael Varrichione Forward So. 6-6 210 Medway, MA / Xaverian Brothers 33 JC Ward Post Sr. 6-6 240 Marietta, GA / East Tennessee State University 23 Scott Windom Forward Sr. 6-5 210 Cartersville, GA / Woodland HS 2012-13 NORTH GEORGIA MEN’S BASKETBALL NUMERICAL ROSTER Name Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Hometown/Previous School Chris Tanzy Guard Jr. 6-0 190 Marietta, GA / Dean College Lamar Richardson Guard Jr. 6-1 160 Riceboro, GA / East Georgia College Tyler Norman Guard Sr. 6-0 185 Cleveland, GA / Truett-McConnell College Pat Moynihan Guard Sr. 6-4 195 Atlanta, GA / Centennial HS Jarrett Christian Guard Jr. 6-2 175 Suwanee, GA / Duluth HS Ryan Sharpe Forward Jr. 6-2 185 Canton, GA / Cherokee HS Ishmael Hollis Post Jr. 6-8 200 Bufford, GA / Western Carolina University Taylor Guthrie Guard Fr. 6-4 190 Dahlonega, GA / Lumpkin County HS Corey Green Wing Fr. 6-4 220 Detroit, MI / Bishop Foley Catholic HS Taylor Metzger Guard Jr. 6-3 195 Norcross, GA / Greater Atlanta Christian HS Scott Windom Forward Sr. 6-5 210 Cartersville, GA / Woodland HS Antonio Brodie Wing Fr. 6-3 195 Locust Grove, GA / Luella HS Travis Core Guard So. 6-2 170 Trenton, GA / Dade County HS Victor Holder Forward Sr. 6-4 220 Uniondale, NY / Dean College JC Ward Post Sr. 6-6 240 Marietta, GA / East Tennessee State University Andrew Lawrence Post So. 6-6 180 Hilliard, FL / Waycross College Michael Varrichione Forward So. 6-6 210 Medway, MA / Xaverian Brothers Robby Goldsmith Center Sr. 6-10 220 Melbourne, FL / Hargrave Military

Pronunciation Guide

Chris TAN-zee Pat MOY-neh-han IS-may-el Hollis

Taylor GUTH-rie Taylor METS-ger Michael Var-eh-KEY-own-ee



Men’s Basketball Ready for New Season and New Goals


A year ago, the North Georgia College & State University men’s basketball team was left on the outside looking in on the Peach Belt Conference Tournament. But that was last year – this is a new season and a new team – and head coach Chris Faulkner believes he has the pieces in place this year to make some noise. But what are the goals for the team this season? A year ago, North Georgia went 10-18 overall with a 5-12 record in the extremely tough PBC which included opening the season by winning four of their first five games. But the tone of the season changed from there as the Saints went 1-11 away from Memorial Hall Gymnasium and were just 8-7 within the friendly confines of their home court. Again, that was the 2011-12 season. This year, Faulkner and staff have a roster they feel confident they can win with that includes nine returning letterwinners and nine newcomers to add that needed depth at key spots on the court. “Our goal each year is to get into the national tournament,” said Faulkner. “Our main goal this year is for the team to come together and play each game as a cohesive unit. I think our conference is always strong, so being able to compete for and win a conference championship is always one of our goals, as well. Another goal is to improve defensively and be able to hold our opponents to a lower field goal percentage than last season.” For the Saints to be able to reach the national tournament, Coach Faulkner and his experienced staff will certainly focus on getting the players where they can execute on the court together as one fluid unit. But for the squad to really succeed in coming together, leaders will have to step up and take the reins. There is plenty of experience on the roster that could step up and lead the team this season. Not only are there nine returners who have at least one year of experience in the Saints’ basketball program, there are also five players with collegiate experience including two NCAA Division I transfers. Highlighting the returners are seniors Scott Windom and Pat Moynihan as the only two players from last season’s squad who logged more than 20 starts. Windom, an All-PBC selection as a forward last year, averaged 17.3 points and 6.4 rebounds per game and was a 45 percent shooter from the field while Moyni-

Pat Moynihan drives to the basket during last year’s home game against the Univeresity of Montevallo. This season, he will be looked to for senior leadership.

han, a guard, averaged 9.1 points per game and hit on 30 percent of his shots from three-points range. Behind Windom and Moynihan are three more seniors and a pair of sophomores who logged more than 1,800 minutes on the court last season and accounted for 515 points and 247 boards. Senior center Robby Goldsmith and sophomore forward Michael Varrichione saw action in every game for the Saints a year ago with Goldsmith scoring 97 points and bringing down 62 rebounds. Varrichione, just a freshman a year ago, shot an impressive 62.5 percent from the field in his first collegiate season. Victor Holder is the fourth returning senior for Faulkner and adds 112 points and 56 rebounds to the Saints frontcourt. Senior Tyler Norman and sophomore Travis Core will join Moynihan in bringing experience to North Georgia’s frontcourt this season. Core was the team’s fourth-leading scorer as a freshman last season as he averaged 7.9 points per game in 28 contests and connected on 41.8 percent of his looks from the field. As for adding more depth with this year’s recruiting class, Faulkner brought in seven more talented players and has two players who were already in the program as redshirts last season who will compete right away for playing time. Junior college transfer Lamar Richardson from East Georgia College and true freshman Corey Green will give the Saints serious firepower from the perimeter while Ishmael Hollis and JC Ward, both Division I transfers, will give North Georgia a more balanced


interior attack as well as help the Saints win the battle on the boards. “I think we have brought together a great group of young men who have tremendous character and ability,” Faulkner stated. “I am very much looking forward to helping them develop into a team that works together to achieve a common goal.” The 2012-13 slate promises to be a difficult one with 13 road dates and 11 home contests including a full Peach Belt Conference schedule. Some of the tougher contests include back-to-back visits from PBC East foes Augusta State and the University of South Carolina Aiken which have become perennial powerhouses within the conference and region. The good news for the Saints is both of those contests are at home this year as part of a season-high four home games in a row. The Saints will have a difficult road ahead of them this season, but if they can survive their first stretch, they will be stronger and better for it. North Georgia plays on the road in seven of their first nine contests including starting their 2012-13 Peach Belt Conference campaign on the road to close out the 2012 portion of the year. “The first stretch will be very tough and I hope it will help our team develop and be prepared for conference play. We will face several national tournament caliber teams that will help us build mental toughness and hopefully find our identity over the first few weeks. Conference play will bring a few rivalry games. Clayton State and Georgia College have developed into great


Scott Windom pulls up to shoot a three during a game against Piedmont College last season. Windom, a 2012 All-PBC selection, is one of five seniors on the team this season.

Peach Belt rivals for us, and the addition of Young Harris to the conference will prove to be a couple of very good games as well.” To succeed in 2012-13, the Saints will have to get comfortable on the road as their season starts with seven of their first nine contests on the road including their first two games at the Newberry College Tournament on Friday, Nov. 9 and Saturday, Nov. 10. They then get the chance to play two home games with a road trek to Anderson sandwiched in between but then comes a stretch of four straight away games in December to close out the 2012 portion of the season. Along with being on the road for most of the first portion of the season, the Saints have four teams on their schedule which played in the national tournament last season including the national runner-up, the University of Montevallo. Also advancing to the tourney last season were USC Aiken, Anderson and Columbus State. Despite the obstacles standing in the way, the 2012-13 season should be an exciting one for the Saints as they work to mesh and come together as one unit and look to reach their goals.

Travis Core was just a freshman last season when he got solid minutes and will be called on more this season.








2011-12 Record: 17-11 All-Time Record: 2-8

2011-12 Record: 15-12 All-Time Record: 0-2

2011-12 Record: 16-11 All-Time Record: 17-3




2011-12 Record: 18-12 All-Time Record: 8-16

2011-12 Record: 17-10 All-Time Record: 33-28

2011-12 Record: 12-14 All-Time Record: 32-37




2011-12 Record: 18-9 All-Time Record: 8-5

2011-12 Record: 29-8 All-Time Record: 8-7

2011-12 Record: 16-12 All-Time Record: 4-2



2011-12 Record: 21-8 All-Time Record: 4-8

2011-12 Record: 22-4 All-Time Record: 1-3



ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC 2011-12 Record: 10-16 All-Time Record: 8-12



2011-12 Record: 16-12 All-Time Record: 7-6

2011-12 Record: 12-16 All-Time Record: 0-5

FLAGLER 2011-12 Record: 9-17 All-Time Record: 11-1


ANDERSON 2011-12 Record: 26-6 All-Time Record: 3-2

SALEM-INTERNATIONAL 2011-12 Record: 5-21 Never Met



2011-12 Record: 15-21 All-Time Record: 2-1

2011-12 Record: 17-12 All-Time Record: 8-3

North Georgia will also play Clayton State, Columbus State, Georgia College, Georgia Southwestern, Montevallo and Young Harris on the road.


Chris Faulkner Head Coach


(10th Season)


Chris Faulkner enters his 10th year as the head men’s basketball coach at North Georgia in the 2012-13 season. In his first nine seasons, Faulkner has accumulated a 127-133 record at the helm of the men’s basketball program. He led the 2008-09 Saints basketball team to the quarterfinals of the Peach Belt Conference basketball tournament, with a record of 15-12, and a fifth place regular season finish. In May 2003, Faulkner returned to his alma mater as head men’s basketball coach. His 2003-04 team produced the Georgia-Alabama-Carolina Conference Newcomer-of-the-Year as well as an AllFreshman Team member. In 2004-05, he led the Saints to a record breaking season as they finished second in the Southern States Athletic Conference with a 23-10 overall record. That team set new school records for points (3015), scoring average (91.4 ppg) and conference wins (16). It also marked the first time the men’s basketball team had won 20 or more games since the 1995-96 season. In addition, he coached the conference Player-of-the-Year and NAIA All-American as well as two NAIA Academic All-Americans. In 1997, Faulkner was named head basketball coach at Piedmont College in Demorest, Georgia. He led the basketball program during the transitional period from NAIA to NCAA Division III and into the newly formed Great South Athletic Conference (GSAC). After finishing the 2002-03 season with a tenure-best 17-10 record and GSAC tournament runner-up, Faulkner was named the GSAC Coach-of-the-Year. In addition to his basketball duties, he also served as head of the men’s and women’s golf teams. Faulkner’s teams have produced eight All-Conference players, one All-American, and numerous Academic All-Conference selections. Faulkner is a 1993 graduate of North Georgia College where he received a B.S. in physical education and a M.Ed. in education in 1995. He played four years of collegiate basketball at North Georgia (1989-1993) and served as the team captain during the 1992-93 season. He also participated in international summer play in Costa Rica and Spain and was a recipient of the Will D. Young Scholarship. After finishing his playing career at North Georgia, he assumed the role of assistant coach in 1993, a role he held for four seasons under former head coach and Athletic Director Randy Dunn. In 1996, Faulkner helped Dunn lead the team to the Conference championship and the program’s third appearance at the NAIA National Tournament. Coach Faulkner and his wife, Daphney, reside in Dahlonega with their two sons, Gus and Cal. 2012-13 NORTH GEORGIA MEN’S BASKETBALL

Josh Travis Assistant Coach (10th Season)


Josh Travis is in his 10th season as the men’s basketball assistant coach for North Georgia. During his tenure with the Saints, the program has posted a 127-133 mark, including a berth in the semifinals of the 2007-08 Peach Belt Conference basketball tournament. After serving as a graduate assistant in 2003-2004, Travis was promoted to assistant coach. Along with coaching, he is an instructor in the Health and Physical Education department and received his M.Ed. in Physical Education at North Georgia. Travis came to North Georgia from Reinhardt College where he served as an assistant coach for the women’s basketball team in 2002-2003, and as an assistant coach for the men’s basketball team in 2001-2002. He played basketball for TruettMcConnell College for two seasons in 1997-1999 and then transferred to Reinhardt where he played during the 2000-2001 season. Coach Travis and his wife, Sasha, reside in Dawsonville, Georgia.


50 Robby

GOLDSMITH 6’10” - Center Senior Melbourne, Fla.

2012-13 SAINTS

DOB: 08/09/89 Parents: Robert and Jackie Goldsmith Major: Business Management 2011-12 (Junior): During his junior campaign, Goldsmith saw action in 28 games for the Saints that included making four starts ... He averaged 15.6 minutes, 3.5 points and 2.2 rebounds per game while shooting 35.2% (32-91) from the field ... He made nine shots from three-point range and went 24-29 (.828) at the charity stripe ... He corralled in 62 total rebounds and had nine blocks and six steals ... In a 75-70 win over Armstrong Atlantic State (1/25), Goldsmith netted a season-high 10 points and brought down six total rebounds. 2010-11 (Sophomore): Goldsmith appeared in 26 games including four starts ... He shot 43% from the field and 73% from the free throw line ... Under the basket, he brought down 81 rebounds and blocked 14 shots. 2009-10 (Freshman): Goldsmith played in five games for the Saints as a true freshman ... He recorded a shooting percentage of 67% (2-3) from the field while pulling down two rebounds ... He was named a Peach Belt Conference Silver Scholar Athlete. Hargrove Military Academy: Played at Eau Gallie High School under head coach Brandon Palmer, before enrolling at Hargrove Military Academy ... Was named the team’s Most Valuable Player and most improved ... He was the recipient of the Coaches Award.



32 Victor


6’4” - Forward Senior Muniondale, N.Y. DOB: 07/10/91 Parents: Victor and Verlene Holder Major: Art Studio

2012-13 SAINTS

2011-12 (Junior): In his first season with the Saints’ program, Holder saw action in 27 games and made four starts, averaging 13.0 minutes, 4.1 points and 2.1 rebounds per game ... He shot 28.8% (30-104) from the field and recorded 16 steals ... In just his second game in a Saints’ uniform, Holder netted 21 points in a 105-78 win over Mars Hill (11/12) ... In the game against the Mountain Lions, he logged 30 minutes of action, shot 46.2% (6-13) from the field and went 9-11 at the charity stripe ... He scored double-figures two other times during the season including in the regularseason finale against Montevallo (2/25) when he had 11 points off a 9-10 performance at the free throw line and a 1-2 effort from the floor. Dean College: Holder played in all 24 games for Dean College averaging 14 points and eight rebounds per game ... For his efforts, he was named to the All-Region team and earned Junior College All-American honors ... Named the team’s MVP and earned Player-of-the-week honors, he was a second team selection and honorable mention on the All-Conference teams. Upper Room Christian School: Holder was named his team’s MVP, Most Improved Player, and was a member of the National Honors Society.


11 Pat

MOYNIHAN 6’4” - Guard Senior Atlanta, Ga.

2012-13 SAINTS

DOB: 12/22/89 Parent: Patti Driesell Major: Finance and Management

2011-12 (Redshirt Junior): Moynihan made 22 starts in 26 appearances for North Georgia, logging 25.6 minutes per game ... He averaged 9.1 points and 4.7 rebounds per contest while shooting 37.2% (74199) from the field ... He hit on 25 of his 81 attempts from beyond the three-point arc and made 77.8% (63-81) of his shots from the free throw line ... He corralled in 121 total rebounds and netted 236 total points ... He finished the season with eight games of double-figure scoring including one double-double performance in a Dec. 7 game against Limestone when he recorded 11 points and 10 rebounds ... He had a season-high 22 points in a Jan. 18 game against Lander when he went 7-11 from the field and 7-7 from the free throw line. 2010-11 (Redshirt Sophomore): Appeared in 26 games for the Saints starting in four ... He led the team in free throw percentage at 83% ... Moynihan finished the season with 50 rebounds, 25 assists and 13 steals. 2009-10 (Redshirt Freshman): Moynihan appeared in 28 games for the Saints shooting 41% (53-129) from the field and 32% (19-58) from behind the arc ... He connected on 74% (40-54) of his free throw attempts and tallied 60 rebounds, 16 steals, and 34 assists ... He recorded three games with double figures against Lynn, USC Aiken and Columbus State ... Was named the Moe’s Athlete of the Week (Nov. 15) after his performances in the two exhibition games to start the season ... Moynihan received Peach Belt Conference Presidential Scholar Athlete accolades. 2008-09 (Freshman): Redshirted. Centennial High School: Was the recipient of the Student-Athlete Academy Award and the Excalibur Award.



10 Tyler


6’0� - Guard Senior Cleveland, Ga. DOB: 03/03/90 Parent: Andrew Cantrell Major: Undecided

2009-10 (Sophomore): Norman appeared in 27 games for the Saints, starting in 11 of them ... He finished with 42 assists and 17 steals along with averaging 5.1 points per game.

2012-13 SAINTS

2011-12 (Junior): Saw action in 15 total games including one start as he averaged 10 minutes, 2.5 points and 0.7 rebounds per game ... Logged a season-high 23 minutes to go along with a season-high 11 points in a Nov. 15 game against Newberry College.

Truett-McConnell College: Played in all 29 games, averaging 4.4 points and 1.3 steals per game ... During his freshmen season playing for the Bears, Norman shot 35% (8-23) from behind the arc while shooting 34-precent (44131) from the field. White County High School: Played at White County High School for head coach Mark Carroll.


23 Scott


6’5” - Forward Senior Cartersville, Ga.

2012-13 SAINTS

DOB: 10/06/88 Parents: Sean and Sharon Peavy Major: General Studies

2011-12 (Junior): In his first season wearing a Saints’ uniform, Windom started 21 games in 25 total appearances logging 697 total minutes of work ... He averaged 27.9 minutes, 17.3 points and 6.4 rebounds per game ... He was second on the team with 432 total points that included him scoring in double-digit figures in every appearance except for two ... He shot 45.7% (154337) fromm the field which included sinking 50 three-points ... He was third on the squad with 160 total rebounds ... Eight times Windom netted at least 21 points including a season-high 35 in a narrow 69-67 loss to Columbus State (2/22) when he went 14-21 (.667) from the field and sank a season-high seven three-pointers ... He had six double-double performances as he set a season-high of 12 rebounds in his first game of action, an 87-83 win over Truett-McConnell (11/22) when he also netted 29 points ... He matched his season-high in rebounds two times later in the season ... For his efforts he was named to the Peach Belt Conference AllConference third team. DesMoines Community College: Windom played in 22 games for DesMoines Area Community College soring a conference-best 371 points while being named a Freshman All-American and a Preseason All-American first team selection his sophomore year. Woodland High School: Played at Woodland High School where he was named the school’s Player-of-the-Year as a senior.




CHRISTIAN 6’2” - Guard Junior Suwanee, Ga.

DOB: 07/31/91 Parents: Merritt and Jennifer Christian Major: Business Management

2011-12 (Sophomore): Redshirted. Erskine College: Saw limited action.

22 Taylor


2012-13 SAINTS

Duluth High School: Christian was a four-time letterwinner in basketball ... In 2009, he was named to the Gwinnett County All-Star team after earning All-Tournament accolades in the 2009 Cass County High School Tournament ... He was an All-Region second team selection and also earned 2009 Gwinnett County Team of the Month honors ... In 2008, he was named to the Cass County Christmas Tournament All-Tournament team and was the January Gwinnett Daily Post Playerof-the-Month ... He ended his prep career seventh all-time in Gwinnett County history for free throws made in a game and three-pointers scored in a game.

6’3” - Guard Junior Norcross, Ga.

DOB: 09/05/90 Parents: Ed and Susan Metzger Major: Business Management

2011-12 (Redshirt Sophomore): Metzger made 12 appearances for the Saints as a redshirt-sophomore ... He averaged 6.0 minutes, 1.5 points and 0.8 rebounds per game ... He drained four three-pointers during the season and shot 85.7% (6-7) from the free throw line ... He recorded a season-high eight points and two rebounds in an 85-83 loss to Newberry (11/15). 2010-11 (Redshirt Freshman): Appeared in three games for the Saints. 2009-10 (Freshman): Redshirted. Greater Atlanta Christian High School: Played for head coach Eddie Martin at Greater Atlanta Christian High School ... He averaged 12.3 points per game, three assists, and four rebounds per game during senior season ... Was named to the Gwinnett County Team of the Month and the Gwinnett County All-Star Game.


14 Ryan


6’2” - Forward Junior Canton, Ga.

DOB: 03/20/91 Parents: Gerald and Nancy Sharpe Major: Undecided

2011-12 (Sophomore): Sharpe saw action in five games for North Georgia and recorded seven points.

2012-13 SAINTS

2010-11 (Freshman): Made three appearances for the Saints. Cherokee High School: Graduated in 2009 from Cherokee High School in Canton, GA ... Played under head coach Roger Kvam where he led the region in number of charges taken.

25 Travis


6’2” - Guard Sophomore Trenton, Ga.

DOB: 02/23/93 Parents: Patrick and Kathy Core Major: Exercise Science

2011-12 (Freshman): Core saw action in 28 games as a true freshman and earned seven starts ... He averaged 22.8 minutes per game while shooting 41.8% (74-177) from the field that included going 31-84 (.369) from beyond the three-point arc ... He corralled in 80 rebounds, 70 off the defensive glass, and swiped the ball 21 times ... He recorded 220 total points, an average of 7.9 per game ... He scored in double-figures 10 times including a season-high 19 points in an 83-77 win over Alabama-Huntsville (11/25) when he shot 70% (7-10) from the field including going 4-6 from three-point range ... He also netted 17 points in his second collegiate game, a 105-78 victory over Mars Hill (11/12). Dade County High School: Core, a three-sport athlete, was named to the GACA All-State first team in basketball as both a junior and a senior ... He was the Chattanooga Times Free Press Player-of-the-Year as well as the NW Georgia Tip-Off Club Player-of-the-Year during the 2010-11 season ... His 2008-09 team won the Region 7-AA crown and advanced to the state tournament’s “Elite Eight” ... The team also made appearances in the stat tournament in both 2010 and 2011 ... In baseball, he was named tot he Georgia Dugout Club All-State team as a senior in 2011 ... He was also a member of the National Honors Society and graduated third in his class.



44 Michael

VARRICHIONE 6’6” - Forward Sophomore Medway, Ga.

DOB: 02/10/93 Parents: Maria Varrichione Major: Undecided

2011-12 (Freshman): Varrichione made 28 appearances for North Georgia as a true freshman including three starts ... He averaged 9.7 minutes, 1.8 points and 1.4 rebounds per game while shooting 62.5% (20-32) from the field ... Three times he matched his season-high of eight points ... He brought down a season-high six rebounds in the Nov. 15 game against Newberry.

33 JC


2012-13 SAINTS

Xaverian Brothers High School: Played at Xaverian Brothers High School where he was a two-sport athlete in basketball and volleyball ... He was the team Most Valuable Player in both sports in 2011 following earning the Most Improved awards the previous year ... In basketball, he averaged 10.0 rebounds, 8.0 points and eight blocks per game as a senior ... His basketball team won the Catholic School Conference championships in 2009, 2010 and 2011 and claimed the tournament crown in 2010.

6’6” - Forward Senior Marietta, Ga.

DOB: 12/22/89 Parents: Sharif Colbert and Lanette Hatfield Major: ACcounting

East Tennessee State: In three seasons of action, Ward played in 76 games, hitting 47.8% of his shots from the field for 154 total points ... He also brought down 193 rebounds in his time with the Bucs. Marietta High School: Prior to his time at ETSU, Ward was an Atlanta All-Metro, All-County, All-Conference and All-Region selection at Marietta High School where he led his team to a trip to the “Final Eight” in Georgia ... He averaged a double-double during his prep career with 15 points and 14 boards per game through three seasons.


15 Ishmael


6’8” - Forward Junior Bufford, Ga.

DOB: 03/23/92 Parent: Penny Hollis Major: General Studies

2012-13 SAINTS

Western Carolina University: Hollis spent the last two seasons at Southern Conference institution Western Carolina University where he played in 39 games for the Catamounts while averaging 2.7 points and 1.7 rebounds per game. Flowery Branch High School: Hollis was a four-year letterwinner on the varsity basketball squad ... During his senior year, he averaged 20 points and 10 rebounds per game en route to earning Region Player-of-the-Year honors as well as being named to the All-Region 7 team ... He averaged 17 points, seven rebounds and 1.5 blocks through his four seasons and helped guide the team to the state regional finals as a junior ... He set the school record for most blocks in a single-season his sophomore year and ended his time as the school’s all-time leader in blocked shots ... He also earned All-Area, All-State and All-American honors during his prep career.

3 Lamar

RICHARDSON 6’1” - Guard Junior Riceboro, Ga. DOB: 08/31/92 Parents: Gregory and Annette Richardson Major: Business Management East Georgia College: Richardson set the school record for most points in a career and earned AllConference recognition from the Georgia College Athletic Association last season ... He averaged 14.6 points per game while shooting 36% from the field and 85.7% from the charity stripe as a sophomore ... As a freshman, he led the team in scoring and ended the season third in the conference in the category. Liberty County High School: Prior to enrolling at East Georgia, Richardson played two years on the varsity squad.



2 Chris

TANZY 6’0” - Guard Junior Marietta, Ga. DOB: 09/26/89 Parent: Tina Tanzy Major: History

University of Alabama at Birmingham: A two-sport athlete prior to attending North Georgia, Tanzy played both football and basketball specializing in defense. Marietta High School: Tanzy helped lead his team to two region championships (2007, 2008) while playing with current teammate and God Brother JC Ward.


2012-13 SAINTS

42 Andrew

6’6” - Forward Sophomore Hilliard, Fla.

DOB: 05/26/92 Parent: Carol Lawrence Major: Middle Grades Education - Math and History Waycross College: A native of Hilliard, Fla., Lawrence played just one season at Waycross College after redshirting his first year ... As a redshirt freshman, Lawrence played in all 31 games for the Swampfoxes, leading the team in shooting percentage (53%), three-point percentage (40%) and charges taken (64) en route to earning All-GABCA NAIA/JuCo second team honors ... Equally strong away from the court, Lawrence was named to the Dean’s List three for three semesters and was named to the Georgia Basketball Coaches Association All-Academic team. Hilliard Middle-Senior High School: Lawrence was a five-sport athlete earning 16 total varsity letters among baseball, basketball, cross country, golf and tennis ... Despite being so busy with sports, he still found time to become the president of his FFA chapter and was an active member of the Beta Club.


24 Antonio


6’3” - Guard Freshman Locust Grove, Ga.

2012-13 SAINTS

DOB: 11/04/93 Parents: Antonio and Barbetta Brodie Major: Business Marketing

Luella High School: Brodie was a three-year member of the Luella High School boy’s varsity basketball program ... During his senior year, he averaged 14.0 points, 6.5 rebounds and three assists per game and was named the team’s Most Valuable Player as he helped lead his team to the best record in program history (19-8) ... He participated in the Veteran’s Tournament in 2012 where he was named the tournament MVP and was a first team all-tournament selection ... Brodie was an A/B Honor Roll member all through high school and graduated Cum Laude.

21 Corey


6’4” - Guard Freshman Detroit, Mich.

DOB: 08/08/94 Parents: John and Cynthia Konios Major: Business Marketing

Bishop Foley Catholic High School: A three-time letterwinner at Bishop Foley, Green earned numerous plaudits during his prep career including being named the Most Valuable Player of the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan All-Star Game where he put up 25 points, 13 rebounds, three blocks and two steals to lead his team to a 113-85 victory ... A three-time all-league selection, Green led his senior team to a 20-4 record last season that included winning the Catholic League and district championships ... They ultimately fell in the region championship game ... Green, who averaged 24.5 points, 15 rebounds and five blocks per game, was named to the all-state team as well as the all-county “Dream Team” ... In just two and a half seasons at Foley, he set the school record for rebounds in a career, and his senior year also featured him setting the single-season record for rebounds in a season.



20 Taylor


6’4� - Guard RS-Freshman Dahlonega, Ga.

DOB: 11/07/92 Parents: Chris and Robin Guthrie Major: Undecided

2011-12 (Freshman): Redshirted.

2012-13 SAINTS

Lumpkin County High School: A four-sport athlete in high school, Guthrie earned 12 varsity letters in high school including four in both basketball and football and two in baseball and track & field ... As a senior during the 2010-11 school year, he was named a captain for both his basketball and football squads ... He averaged12.5 points per game his senior season ... In football, he was named to the 2011 All-State second team as a punter and was a first team All-Region selection as a quarterback ... In track & field, Guthrie set the school record in the 400 meter race, long jump and helped set the school record in the 4x400 meter relay ... In 2011, he finished seventh in the state in the triple jump.



2011-12 NORTH GEORGIA MEN’S BASKETBALL RESULTS Date Nov. 11 Nov. 12 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 25 Nov. 26 Nov. 29 Dec. 7

Opponent Brevard College @ Mars Hill College @ at Newberry College Truett-McConnell vs. Alabama-Huntsville # at West Florida # at Young Harris Limestone College

Result W 75-66 W, 105-78 L, 85-83 W, 87-83 W, 83-77 L, 73-63 L, 96-83 L, 89-82 (OT)

Dec. 14 Dec. 19 Dec. 31 Jan. 3 Jan. 7 Jan. 12 Jan. 14 Jan. 16 Jan. 18 Jan. 21 Jan. 25 Jan. 28

Georgia College * at Belmont Abbey Anderson University at Clayton State * at Augusta State * UNC Pembroke * Young Harris Francis Marion * at Lander University * at USC Aiken * Armstrong Atlantic * Flagler College *

W, 53-52 (OT) L, 72-69 W, 70-49 W, 69-68 L, 72-53 L, 83-79 L, 87-85 L, 98-94 (OT) L, 93-89 L, 77-71 W, 75-70 L, 66-60

Feb. 1 Feb. 4 Feb. 7 Feb. 11 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 22 Feb. 25

at Ga. Southwestern * at Columbus State * Montevallo * Clayton State * at Georgia College * Ga. Southwestern * Columbus State * at Montevallo *

L, 75-73 L, 76-64 L, 78-61 W, 74-62 L, 75-70 W, 70-65 L, 69-67 (OT) L, 81-67

@ - PBC/SAC Challenge # - West Florida Thanksgiving Classic * - Peach Belt Conference Game



2011-12 North Georgia Final Statistics




Peach Belt Conference 2011-12 Standings


School USC Aiken (x, z) Augusta State Lander UNC Pembroke Francis Marion Armstrong Atlantic Flagler College

EAST DIVISION PBC Overall 14-4 21-8 12-6 17-11 11-7 18-9 11-7 17-12 9-9 16-12 6-12 10-16 2-16 9-17

School Montevallo (y, z) Columbus State (z) Georgia College Clayton State North Georgia Ga. Southwestern

WEST DIVISION PBC Overall 12-5 29-8 11-6 18-12 10-7 17-10 8-9 16-11 5-12 10-18 3-14 12-14

x - PBC Regular-Season Champions; y - PBC Tournament Champions; z - NCAA Tournament Participant

2011-12 Peach Belt Men’s Basketball All-Conference Team First Team Ryan Aquino, Georgia College Sterling Council, USC Aiken D.J. Rivera, Montevallo Liki Turner, Francis Marion Dwight Tolbert, Lander

Second Team Shahmel Brackett, UNC Pembroke Steve Peterson, Columbus State Anthony Salter, Clayton State Teondre Williams, Clayton State Devon Wright-Nelson, Augusta State

Third Team Evan Mobley, Georgia Southwestern Re’Mon Nelson, USC Aiken Chris Vanlandingham, Armstrong Scott Windom, North Georgia Corey Wright, Lander

Player of the Year Dwight Tolbert, Lander

Freshman of the Year Devon Wright-Nelson, Augusta State

Defensive Player of the Year Antoine Davis, Montevallo

Coach of the Year Vince Alexander, USC Aiken


Men’s Basketball Record Book Year-by-Year Coaching Records

1985-86 Record: 18-10 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1999-2000 Record: 19-14 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

1972-73 Record: 19-8 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1986-87 Record: 14-14 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

2000-01 Record: 9-23 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

1973-74 Record: 22-18 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1987-88 Record: 17-15 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

2001-02 Record: 8-23 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

1974-75 Record:15-12 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1988-89 Record: 14-16 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

2002-03 Record: 14-20 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

1975-76 Record: 19-13 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1989-90 Record: 10-16 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

2003-04 Record: 13-20 Head Coach: Chris Faulkner

1976-77 Record: 22-9 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1990-91 Record: 14-17 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

2004-05 Record: 23-10 Head Coach: Chris Faulkner

1977-78 Record:20-16 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1991-92 Record: 19-13 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

2005-06 Record: 14-12 Head Coach: Chris Faulkner

1978-79 Record: 18-11 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1992-93 Record: 16-15 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

2006-07 Record: 9-21 Head Coach: Chris Faulkner

1979-80 Record: 12-18 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1993-94 Record: 11-19 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

2007-08 Record: 18-11 Head Coach: Chris Faulkner

1980-81 Record: 18-10 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1994-95 Record: 11-22 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

2008-09 Record: 15-12 Head Coach: Chris Faulkner

1981-82 Record: 23-7 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1995-96 Record: 20-15 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

2009-10 Record: 15-13 Head Coach: Chris Faulkner

1982-83 Record: 23-9 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1996-97 Record: 13-20 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

2010-11 Record: 10-16 Head Coach: Chris Faulkner

1983-84 Record: 17-15 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1997-98 Record: 16-17 Head Coach: Randy Dunn

2011-12 Record: 10-18 Head Coach: Chris Faulkner

1984-85 Record: 18-10 Head Coach: Bill Ensley

1998-99 Record: 10-24 Head Coach: Randy Dunn


1971-72 Record: 16-14 Head Coach: Bill Ensley


ALL-TIME RECORD BOOK I n d i v i d u a l Season Re c or ds POINTS

1. Matt Causey 783 2005 2. Jim Hyder 709 1975 3. Kevin Harris 708 1987 1. Jim Hyder 282 1974 2. Kevin Harris 276 1987 3. Willie Thomas 265 1983 1. Kevin Harris 2. Jim Hyder 3. Matt Causey


1. Paul Hodges 2. Willie Thomas 3. Oren Gilmore


1. Matt Causey 2. Matt Causey 3. Kevin Harris


vs Piedmont




Team Sing le Game Recor ds

vs Paine College vs Carver Bible College


1983-84 2008-09

vs USC Aiken




1. Matt Causey 2. David Lockhardt 3. David Lockhardt


1. Tony Harris 2. Willie Thomas 3. Oren Gilmore


1,092 .557 91.4



1991-92 1972-73



3-POINT FG % .400






1996 2011 1992 2002

23 23

1981-82 2004-05


225 2005 193 1984 167 1983



1981-82 1982-83

Individual Sing le Game Recor ds

326 1974 317 1983 312 1986

127 1992 58 2005 56 2011

1989-90 2002-03

59.3 104 86 76 74

1995-96 1985-86


227 2005 200 2006 153 1987

1. Jimmy Williams 12.1 1990 2. Jim Hyder 11.7 1973 3. Tony Harris 11.6 1974 1. Paul Hodges 2. Mark Trust 3. Elijah Smith



.694 1992 .645 1983 .611 1986





1. John Dean .902 1983 2. Vince Ray .890 2000 3. Ronnie Hunnicutt .865 1973 1. Jason Gibson 2. Carl Taylor 3. Jeff Steele 4. Kevin Toatley







REBOUNDS 25.3 1987 24.4 1974 23.7 2005




Team S i n g l e Season Re c o r d s

Points Field Goals Free Throws 3-Point FG Assists Rebounds Blocked Shots

Jim Hyder Jim Hyder Richard Wehunt Matt Causey Jason Gibson David Lockhardt Tony Harris Oren Gilmore Kevin Harris Paul Hodges

46 18 17 17 9 15 21 21 21 15

vs Gordan College vs Gordan College vs Ala. Montgomery vs Piedmont vs Voorhees vs GCSU vs GCSU vs LaGrange vs Limestone vs Berry


1971-72 1971-72 2000-01 2005-06 1995-96 1983-84 1971-72 1984-85 1986-87 1992-93

NCAA DIVISION II RECORD BOOK I n d i v i d u a l Car eer Re c or ds POINTS

Anthony Rowe 1,143


Anthony Rowe 433


Anthony Rowe .527


Anthony Rowe 256



2006-2009 2006-2009





3-POINT FG% Dustin David




Matt Causey





Anthony Rowe 752



Jakirra Milsap


REBOUND AVERAGE Bernard Rimmer 7.2


Anthony Rowe 124


Keldrick Coleman 9 4

2010 2006-2009 2010-2011


Matt Causey

582 2006

FIELD GOALS Jay Anderson

173 2007


23.3 2006


Anthony Rowe .584 2006


200 2006

FREE THROW % Matt Causey

.862 2006

3-POINT FG Carl Taylor

86 2011

3-POINT FG% Xavier Trice


Matt Causey

.440 2008 166 2006




Individual Season Recor ds

Anthony Rowe 200 2007


8.6 2009


56 2011


Keldrick Coleman 58 2010

Points Field Goals Free Throws 3-Point FG Assists Rebounds Blocked Shots Steals

Individual Sing le Game Recor ds

Matt Causey Matt Causey Jay Anderson Matt Causey Carl Taylor Carl Taylor Carl Taylor Matt Causey Jakirra Milsap Anthony Rowe George Jgerenaia Elijah Smith Andre Morgan Chaun Tinney

40 12 12 17 8 8 8 11 11 19 6 6 7 7

vs Piedmont vs Columbus St. vs Augusta St. vs Piedmont vs Montevallo vs Francis Marion vs Anderson vs USC Aiken vs UNC Pembroke vs Georgia College vs Mount Olive vs Columbus State vs Armstrong Atlantic vs Flagler

01/30/06 02/15/06 01/20/07 01/30/06 03/03/10 02/09/11 12/15/10 12/03/05 02/16/08 01/07/09 11/19/10 02/22/12 01/05/09 01/28/12



All-Time Letterwinners


Aaron, Buckner 1995-96 Abernathy, Brad 1986-1990 Alexander, Rodney 1997-98 Amey, Virgil 1989-91 Anderson, Chase 2009-12 Anderson, Jay 2006-07 Anderson, Nathan 1996-97 Arnold, Emanuel 1986-87 Bach, Peter 1999-2001 Baggett, Kevin 1997-01 Banks, Danny 1991-93, 94-95 Barksdale, Randolf 1974-75 Barney, Michael 2001-03 Barto, Mike 1975-76 Beatty, Tom 1981-83 Beaver, Winston 1976-77 Benjamin, Larry 1977-78 Bennett, Andrew 2005-10 Berl, Scott 2001-02 Bishop, Chris 2003-05 Blalock, Woody 1993-94 Blankenship, Thad 1972-73 Borders, Willie 1977-78 Bradshaw, Paul 1991-92 Branch, J.D 1991-92 Breland, Mike 2002-03 Brickhouse, Bryce 2003-05 Bromell, Jimmy 1977-79 Bromell, Lacca 1976-78 Brown, Augustus 1995-99 Buck, Reed 2009-10 Burnette, George 1986-87 Burrell, Lee 2006-08 Butler, Kendall 2009-10 Carroll, Chris 1990-91 Carter, Mikaeil 2008-09 Causey, Mark 2002-06 Causey, Matt 2004-06 Clanahan, James 1995-97 Cohen, Adam 1985-86 Cole, Charles 1978-80 Coleman, Cody 2009-12 Coleman, Keldrick 2009-11 Collins, Barry 1972-73 Collins, Matt 1997-00 Cooper, Kenny 1990-92 Core, Travis 2011-Pres. Cornett, Rickey 1989-90 Cox, Deriane 1999-2002

Crawford, Sam Crumley, Don Cunningham, Matt Cunningham, Matt Daniel, Webster David, Dustin Davis, Bob Davis, Jeremy Day, B.J Dean, John Dickerson, Neal Dickinson, Greg Dieujuste, Dominique Dix, Joe Drake, Walter Dugger, Wilson Duncan, Chris Dunn, Randy Dix, Joe Drake, Walter Dugger, Wilson Duncan, Chris Dunn, Randy Eidson, Chris Emrey, Candler English, Bernard

Faulkner, Chris Fields, Doug Fikes, Bryan Fillmore, Don Franklin, Ryan Franklin, Willie Freeman, Donnie Freeman, Stanley Gable, Mickey Gaddis, Johnny Garner, Neal Gerald, Mike Gibbs, Deon Gibson, Jason Gilmore, Oren Gilstrap, Johnny,

Glasper, Ricky Glover, Scott Goldsmith, Robby Grant, Curtis Graves, Rodney Greer, Jarrod Guthrie, Chris

2006-07 2006-07 1993-95 2001-04 1996-98 2004-07 1980-82 2000-01 1999-2002 1980-84 1975-77 2005-06 2003-04 1993-96 1989-93 1983-84 2003-04 1975-77 1993-96 1989-93 1983-84 2003-04 1975-78 1982-83 1993-94

1979-80, 81-82

1989-93 1972-74 1975-76 1987-89 2002-05, 06-07 1978-79 1974-76 1985-87 1989-91 1972-75 1986-88 1984-86 1988-90 1993-96 1984-86

1972-74, 75-76

1978-82 1989-90 2009-Pres. 1984-86 1977-78 2003-04 1982-86

Hall, Brian Harris, Charles Harris, Kevin Harris, Thomas Harris, Tony Hawkins, Marcus Head, Sam Heard, Walter Henderson, Kenneth Hilburn, John Hill, Traveus Hodges, Paul Hofler, R.J. Holder, Victor Holland, Darnell Holloway, Josh Hooks, Doug Horn, Lorien Houston, Lawrence Hudson, Kevin Hunnicutt, Ronnie Hunter, Shumbe’ Hyder, Charlie Hyder, Jim Jackson, Marquez

1998-2000 1991-92 1985-87 1981-83 1972-74 2000-03 1999-2001 1976-77 1974-76 1985-90 2001-04 1990-94 2007-08 2011-Pres. 1990-92 2002-03 1988-89 1983-84 1992-93 1989-91 1974-75 1996-2000 1973-76 1972-75

2007-08, 10-11

James, Lance 1988-89 Jarrard, Jamie 1984-88 Jarrard, Joe 1984-88 Jgerenaia, Erekle 2011-12 Jgerenaia, George 2010-11 Johnson, Darryl 1991-93 Johnson, Jimmy 1984-86 Johnson, Kendrick 2002-03 Johnson, Marcus 1981-84 Jones, Jerry 1988-90 Jordan, Gary 1972-75 Kay, Terry 1972-76 Keller, Frank 1986-88 Kemelgor, Jason 1994-95 Kemp, Daniel 1979-81 Killingsworth, Jamie 1981-82 Kole, Jason 1996-99 Lane, Scott 1984-86 Langston, Brody 2008-11 Lavender, David 1977-81 Leslie, Phillip 1984-85, 86-88 Leslie, Roscoe 1982-84 Lewis, Robert 1982-83 Lipscomb, Willie 1973-75


All-Time Letterwinners Ricketts, Jon 1980-82 Rider, Lee 1995-99 Rider, Ronnie 1972-73, 74-75 Rimmer, Bernard 2009-10 Robinson, Montez 2000-02 Robinson, Stacey 1987-89 Ross, Allan 1976-80 Rosser, Vincent 1995-97 Rowe, Anthony 2004-08 Rushton, Eddie 1975-79 Russell, Brad 1991-94 Scott, Ron 1992-93 Seamon, Errol 1997-99 Sellers, Bryan 1999-2001 Shapiro, Nathaniel 1995-96 Sharpe, Ryan 2010-Pres. Shaw, Colby 2004-06 Shoupes, Robert 2004-06 Simon, Maurice 2002-03 Sisk, Chad 1989-91 Smith, Elijah 2009-12 Smith, James 1980-82 Smith, Michael 2002-03 Solmon, John 1986-88 Steele, Jeff 1989-92 Stephens, Emmitt 1997-99 Stewart, Kenny 1984-86 Stowers, Rocko 1976-78, 79-80 Strange, Mike 1986-87 Sutton, Jim 1982-83 Talbert, Myron 2008-09 Taylor, Carl 2009-11 Taylor, Toby 1979-80 Thomas, Walter 1988-89 Thomas, Willie 1980-84 Thompson, Clyde 1995-96, 97-98 Thompson, Robert 1993-97 Thompson, Wallace 1992-96 Tillman, Clarence 2009-12 Tinney, Chaun 2009-12 Toatley, Kevin 2000-02 Toomer, Anthony 2001-02 Topps, Larry 2001-02 Trice, Xavier 2006-09 Trust, Mark 2002-06 Tyler, Jamar 1998-99, 2001-02 Vandiver, Ronnie 1975-77 Varrichione, Michael 2011-Pres. Vining, Adam 1997-2001 Wagnon, Chris 1987-88

Walls, Terry Ward, Calvin Waters, Mike Watkins, Tony Wehunt, Buzz Wehunt, Richard Westerfield, David Wheeler, Waylon White, Saul Whitlock, Tyler Wiley, Kyle Williams, Bobby Williams, Jimmy Wilmont, Roger Wilson, Vince Windom, Scott Woods, Cedric Wyatt, Tracy

1978-82 1992-93 1991-92 2000-01 2004-07 1998-2000 1999-2000 1994-95 1987-89 2003-04 2008-09 1980-81 1987-90 1977-81 1975-76 2011-Pres. 1996-97 1979-80


Lockhart, David 1982-84 Logan, Walter 1973-75 Love, Gary 1980-81 Lynch, Robert Jr 1996-97 Lyons, LaBrian 2007-09 Matt, Maddox 2007-09 Maliska, Paul 1994-95 Malone, Marvin 1987-88 Mark, Alex 1999-2001 McArthur, Chris 1991-95 McCullough, Flint 1984-85 McGarity, Orlando 1980-82 Metzger, Taylor 2010-Pres. Millsap, Jakirra 2004-08 Milsap, Josh 1997-98 Mitchell, Charles 1979-80, 81-82 Mitchell, Charles 2002-06 Mitchell, Gary 1977-78 Montgomery, Joe 2000-03 Moore, Phil 1975-78 Moore, Rodney 1993-97 Moreland, Steve 1973-75 Morgan, Andre 2007-09 Morrison, Antoine 2002-04 Mote, Casey 1991-93 Moynihan, Michael 2008-10 Moynihan, Pat 2009-Pres. Murphy, Herman 1974-75 Murray, Greg 1999-2001 Myrick, Greg 1983-84 Newson, Cornell 1975-77 Newton, Colby 2006-07 Nolton, Jon 2009-11 Norman, Tyler 2009-Pres. Osborne, Caleb 2005-06 Overton, John 2008-09 Palmer, Harold 1975-76, 77-78 Palmer, Henry 1993-95 Patton, Scott 1979-80 Payne, Quinton 1988-89 Payne, Tracy 1993-95 Phillips, Tim 1983-85 Pope, Nick 2007-08 Porter, Johnny 1978-81 Prewitt, David 1972-73 Pugh, Matt 1995-98 Ratliff, Norris 1981-84 Ray, Vince 1996-2000 Renfroe, Dwayne 1983-84







Alabama, University of 2-1 Alabama Christian College 1-0 Alabama-Huntsville, University of 1-3 Alabama State University 1-0 Alaska Fairbanks University 0-1 Albany State University 1-0 Allen University 2-0 Anderson University 3-2 Armstrong Atlantic State University 8-12 Athens State College 2-7 Atlanta Baptist College 1-1 Auburn University 1-2 Auburn University Montgomery 5-6 Augusta State University 2-8 Avila College 0-1 Barber Scotia College 0-1 Belhaven College 1-1 Belmont Abbey University 0-2 Berry College 33-22 Beulah Heights College 2-0 Birmingham Southern College 1-4 Bloomfield College 1-0 Brevard College 1-0 Brewton-Parker College 7-18 Campbellsville University 1-0 Carson -Newman 1-2 Carver Bible College 5-0 Cascade College 0-1 Catawba University 0-2 Cedarville University 0-1 Central Wesleyan University 1-1 Chowan University 0-1 Claflin College 0-1 Clayton State University 17-3 Coastal Carolina University 1-0 College of Charleston 1-2 Columbus State University 8-16 Covenant College 6-1 Cumberland University 0-2 Devry Institute 2-1 Dillard University 1-1 Earl Paulk College 2-0 East Tennessee State University 0-2 Edward Waters College 3-0 Elon College 0-1 Emmanuel College 7-8 Faulkner University 4-7 Fisk University 1-0 Flagler College 11-1 Florida Christian College 1-0 Florida College 1-0 Florida Memorial University 2-0 Florida Institue of Technology 1-3 Francis Marion University 7-6 Friendship University 0-1 Georgia Southwestern State University 32-37 Gardner Webb University 3-2 Georgia College 33-28 Georgia Southern University 0-4 Georgia State University 0-1


High Point University Hiwassee College Huntingdon College Indiana Tech University Indiana University Jacksonville State University Johnson & Wales College Kennesaw State University LaGrange College Lander University Lee University Lenoir Rhyne College Life College Limestone College Lincoln Memorial University Lindsey Wilson College Lynn University Malone College Mars Hill College Maryville State Menlo College Mercer University Milligan College Mississippi Valley State University Montana-Western, University of Montevallo, University of Montreat College Morris College Mount Olive College Newberry College New Orleans, University of North Alabama, University of North Carolina-Pembroke, Univ. of North Georgia Tech University Oglethorpe University Oregon Tech University Pace University Paine College Panhandle State College Pensacola Christian College Piedmont College Presbyterian College Reinhardt College Ripon College Rockford College Rockhurst College Rollins College Samford University Savannah College of Art & Design Savannah State University Selma University Shorter College South Alabama, University of South Carolina Aiken, University of South Carolina Upstate, University of Southern Indiana, University of Southern Polytechnic State University Southern Wesleyan University Spring Hill College St. Leo University


1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-7 1-0 9-8 39-16 8-5 2-0 0-1 0-8 0-5 6-9 0-2 2-0 0-1 2-2 1-0 1-0 0-3 1-0 1-0 1-0 8-7 1-0 1-0 1-1 4-2 0-1 0-1 8-3 2-0 25-6 1-0 0-1 3-1 0-1 5-0 47-8 0-1 5-6 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-1 0-4 1-0 0-1 1-0 43-16 0-1 4-8 4-4 0-1 22-37 7-8 2-2 2-0


Steed College Sue Bennett College Talladega College Tennessee, University of Tennessee Temple University Toccoa Falls College Tougaloo College Troy State University Truett-McConnell Tusculum College Tuskegee University Valdosta State University Virginia Intermont College Warner Southern College Warren Wilson College Webber International University West Alabama, University of West Florida, University of West Georgia, State University of West Virginia, University of Western Baptist University Western Carolina University Westmont College William Carey College Wisconsin, University of Wofford College Young Harris


W-L 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 3-4 4-0 1-0 3-1 2-1 0-1 1-0 3-5 1-0 1-1 5-0 1-3 1-1 0-2 2-25 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-2 1-3

2012-13 North Georgia Men's Basketball Media Guide  

The media guide for the 2012-13 North Georgia men's basketball team.