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2012-13 Results………………………………………………….. 33 2012-13 Game-by-Game Stats……………………………. 34 2012-13 Points-Rebounds-Assists……………………….. 35 2012-13 Team Highs & Lows……………………………….. 37 2012-13 Category Leaders…………………………….…….. 38 Departed Letterwinners……………………………….……… 39

Table of Contents………………………………………………... 3 Media Information………………………………………………. 3 TV/Radio Chart…………………………………………………..… 4 Quick Facts…………………………………………………………… 5 Athletics Directory……………………………………………….. 6 Campus Map……………………………………………………….. 7 About Northwood………………………………………………... 8 West Palm Beach, Florida…………………………………….. 9

2013-14 Season Preview…………………………………….. 10-11 2013-14 Roster……………………………………………………. 12 Seahawks Map……………………………………………………. 13 2013-14 Northwood Seahawks…………………………… 14-20 Head Coach Rollie Massimino…………………………….. 22-23 2013-14 Coaching Staff………………………………………. 24-25 Florida Campus President Dr. Tom Duncan….…….. 26 Director of Athletics Nick Davidson…………………….. 27

2012-13 Final Stats……………………………………………… 32 2012-13 Conference Stats…………………………………… 32

1,000-Point Scorers…………………………………………….. 40 Awards History……………………………………………………. 41 NAIA National Tournament History……………………… 42 NAIA Tournament Game Highs……………………………. 43 The Sun Conference…………………………………………….. 44 Year-by-Year Stats……………………………………………….. 46 Northwood in the National Ranks………………………… 46 Countess de Hoernle Student Life Center…………….. 47 Career Top 10s…………………………………………………….. 48 Single Season Top 10s………………………………………….. 49 Single Game Top 10s……………………………………………. 50 All-Time Results…………………………………………………… 51-53 Northwood vs. All Opponents……………………………… 54-60 Seahawks Milestones………………………………………….. 60

Practice Coverage

Photographers

Northwood practices are held at the Countess de Hoernle Student Life Center and are open to the media. Please contact the Sports Information Department for times.

Photographers are allowed to shoot at the Countess de Hoernle Student Life Center. We ask that all photographers please respect the wishes of officials and coaches.

Interview Policy

Internet

All requests for interviews with student-athletes and coaches should be made with the Sports Information Department. Please allow at least one day advance notice.

The latest news and information on Seahawks men’s basketball is available 24 hours a day on Northwood’s athletic website — seahawks.gonorthwood.com.

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#0 Ian Umpierre JR / G / 5-9 / 175 Bronx, N.Y.

#2 Josh Doughty FR / G / 5-9 / 169 Mount Vernon, N.Y.

#3 Chris Solomon JR / G / 6-3 / 185 Los Angeles, Calif.

#4 Stephon Smith JR / F / 6-8 / 260 New Orleans, La.

#5 Jerrod Owens SR / G / 6-0 / 168 Gainesville, Fla.

#10 Trace Lanson JR / G / 6-2 / 175 Boca Raton, Fla.

#14 DeVonte’ Allen FR / G / 6-4 / 195 San Antonio, Texas

#15 Kevin McDuffie SO / G / 6-4 / 164 Clarksville, Md.

#21 Chris Lee FR / F / 6-6 / 240 Lexington, Mass.

#23 Fred Mattison JR / F / 6-7 / 210 Anderson, S.C.

#24 Jake Lockhart SR / F / 6-4 / 185 Antigua

#25 Julian Smith JR / F / 6-4 / 195 Waterbury, Conn. Assistant Coach Ken Gabelman Assistant Coach Dan Holbrook

Assistant Coach Conor Donelon

#32 Texas Derland SR / F / 6-8 / 218 Stockholm, Sweden

Danny Nieman (RS) SR / G / 6-1 / 196 Concord, N.C.

Head Coach Rollie Massimino

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Assistant Coach Ken Sullivan


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Northwood University Men’s Basketball 2013-14 Quick Facts - Roster - Schedule Northwood Athletics 2600 N. Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33409 seahawks.gonorthwood.com

Chris Kendrick Sports Information Director 561-681-7908 kendricc@northwood.edu

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QUICK FACTS About Northwood: Location….………………...…… West Palm Beach, Fla. Founded……………………………………….………….. 1959 Enrollment………………………………………..………….750 Mascot…………………………………..……..…… Seahawks School Colors.……..………..….. Columbia Blue, Navy Blue & White Home Court………………….….. Countess de Hoernle Student Life Center Capacity…………………………………….……………. 1,500 Affiliation……………………………………...……..…. NAIA Conference……………………..…………….....… The Sun President…………………………..... .. Dr. Tom Duncan Athletic Director…………………...……. Nick Davidson Athletics Phone……..………….………… 561-681-5552 Athletics Fax……………………..……..... 561-681-7968 Coaches & Support Staff: Head Coach..…………………...…….. Rollie Massimino Alma Mater…………………………..…… Vermont/1956 Record At NU/Seasons………….....…..……. 201-41/8 Assistant Coach………………….....….. Ken Gabelman (Southern CT State, ‘73) Assistant Coach……….…………...….. Conor Donelon (John Carroll, ‘07) Assistant Coach………….………….….... Dan Holbrook (UMass-Dartmouth, ‘08) Dir. Of Basketball Ops…………...…..….. Ken Sullivan Head Athletic Trainer…….....Richelle VanWagoner Team Information: 2012-13 Overall Record………….…………..…….. 30-4 …………….... Home: 22-1 / Away: 6-2 /Neutral:2-1 Conference Record/Finish………...……….. 14-2/1st Starters Returning/Lost……………………..……….. 0/5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost……..……….……. 4/10 Northwood Sports Information: Director…………………………………….… Chris Kendrick Office Phone………………………...…….. 561-681-7908 Email Address………….. kendricc@northwood.edu Website…….. http://seahawks.gonorthwood.com

No. Name Yr. Pos. HT WT Hometown (Previous School) 0 Ian Umpierre Jr. G 5-9 175 Bronx, N.Y. (Columbia Greene CC) 2 Josh Doughty Fr. G 5-9 169 Mt. Vernon, N.Y. (Mount Vernon HS) 3 Chris Solomon Jr. G 6-3 185 Los Angeles, Calif. (Phoenix College) 4 Stephon Smith Jr. F 6-8 260 New Orleans, La. (San Jose State) 5 Jerrod Owens Sr. G 6-0 168 Gainesville, Fla. (Eastside HS) 10 Trace Lanson Jr. G 6-2 175 Boca Raton, Fla. (Mitchell) 14 DeVonte’ Allen Fr. G 6-4 195 San Antonio, Texas (Cal-Pennsylvania) 15 Kevin McDuffie So. G 6-3 164 Clarksville, Md. (Cheshire Academy ) 21 Chris Lee Fr. F 6-6 240 Lexington, Mass. (Bridgton Academy 23 Fred Mattison Jr. F 6-7 210 Anderson, S.C. (Mott CC) 24 Jake Lockhart Sr. F 6-4 185 Antigua (Morgan State) 25 Julian Smith Jr. F 6-4 195 Waterbury, Conn. (Army) 32 Texas Derland Sr. F 6-8 218 Stockholm, Sweden (Nacka Gymnasium) RS Danny Nieman Sr. G 6-1 196 Concord, N.C. (Coastal Carolina) Head Coach: Rollie Massimino (Vermont, ‘56 - 8th Season) Assistant Coach: Ken Gabelman (7th Season), Dan Holbrook (3rd Season) Conor Donelon (3rd Season), Ken Sullivan (8th Season)

2013-14 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Friday Nov. 1 Fordham (Ex.) Sunday Nov. 3 Penn State (Ex.) Thursday, Nov. 7 Clearwater Christian^ Saturday Nov. 9 Madonna^ Saturday Nov. 16 Palm Beach Atlantic Friday Nov. 22 Trinity Thursday Dec. 5 * Embry-Riddle Saturday Dec. 7 * Warner Friday Dec. 13 Purdue-North Central# Saturday Dec. 14 Edward Waters# Wednesday Dec. 18 Valor Christian% Thursday Dec. 19 Cons./Champ. Game Monday Dec. 30 Judson& Tuesday Dec. 31 Cons./Champ. Game Thursday Jan. 2 Goucher Saturday Jan. 4 * Johnson & Wales Thursday Jan. 9 * Ave Maria Saturday Jan. 11 * Thomas Wednesday Jan. 15 * Florida Memorial Saturday Jan. 18 * Webber International Wednesday Jan. 22 * St. Thomas Saturday Jan. 25 * Southeastern Wednesday Jan. 29 * Embry-Riddle Saturday Feb. 1 * Johnson & Wales Tuesday Feb. 4 * Ave Maria Monday Feb. 10 * Florida Memorial Wednesday Feb. 12 * Webber International Saturday Feb. 15 * Warner Wednesday Feb. 19 * St. Thomas Saturday Feb. 22 * Southeastern Monday Feb. 24 * Thomas Wednesday Feb. 26 Palm Beach Atlantic Home Games in BOLD * - Sun Conference Game ^ - Dick Versace Tip Off Tournament

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Location Time New York, N.Y. TBA University Park, Pa. TBA West Palm Beach, Fla. 7:00 PM West Palm Beach, Fla. 5/7PM West Palm Beach, Fla. 6:00 PM West Palm Beach, Fla. 8:00 PM West Palm Beach, Fla. 7:00 PM Lake Wales, Fla. 4:00 PM West Palm Beach, Fla. 7:00 PM West Palm Beach, Fla. 7:00 PM West Palm Beach, Fla. 7:00 PM West Palm Beach, Fla. 5/7PM West Palm Beach, Fla. 7:00 PM West Palm Beach, Fla. 5/7PM West Palm Beach, Fla. 5:00 PM Miami, Fla. 4:00 PM Ave Maria, Fla. 7:00 PM West Palm Beach, Fla. 4:00 PM West Palm Beach, Fla. 7:00 PM Babson Park, Fla. 4:00 PM West Palm Beach, Fla. 7:00 PM Lakeland, Fla. 7:00 PM Daytona Beach, Fla. 7:00 PM West Palm Beach, Fla. 3:00 PM West Palm Beach, Fla. 7:00 PM Miami Gardens, Fla. 7:00 PM West Palm Beach, Fla. 7:00 PM West Palm Beach, Fla. 4:00 PM Miami Gardens, Fla. 8:00 PM West Palm Beach, Fla. 4:00 PM Thomasville, Ga. 7:00 PM West Palm Beach, Fla. 7:00 PM # - English Family Battle at the Beach % - Rappaport Holiday Tournament & - Chuck Daly Memorial Tournament


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Mailing Address

Head Coaches

Assistant Coaches

2600 N. Military Trail Countess de Hoernle Student Life Center West Palm Beach, Fla. 33409 Athletics Fax: 478-5593

Kent Baker Men's/Women's Cross Country Men's /Women's Track & Field Craig Diamond Softball Kristin Dungee Dance Mat Dunn Women's Soccer Rollie Massimino Men's Basketball 561-681-7960 Brandon Miller Men's/Women's Golf 561-681-7988 Courtney McDaniel Women's Basketball Rick Smoliak Baseball 561-681-7953 Chris Taylor Volleyball 561-681-7954 Cassandra Terminesi Cheerleading Joe Zakowicz Men's Soccer 561-681-7986 Keith Robinson Men's/Women's Tennis

Conor Donelon Men's Basketball 561-681-7962 Ken Gabelman Men's Basketball 561-681-7961 Dan Holbrook Men's Basketball 561-681-5544 Thomas Johnson Men's/Women's Track & Field Maryellen Powers Men's/Women's Cross Country Eddy Reyes Baseball Adam Spangenthal Men's Soccer Ken Sullivan Men's Basketball 561-681-7987

Administration Dr. Tom Duncan President 561-681-5557 Nick Davidson Director of Athletics 561-681-7957 Kris Swogger Asst. AD Compliance & Academic Advising 561-681-5523 Gary Mazza Faculty Athletic Representative 561-681-5576 Suzi McCreery Director of Public Relations 561-681-5532 Chris Kendrick Director of Sports Information 561-681-7908

Athletic Training Richelle VanWagoner Head Athletic Trainer 561-681-7931 Lindsay Moccia Assistant Athletic Trainer

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From I-95  Exit at Okeechobee Blvd. Proceed west on Okeechobee Blvd. approximately 2.2 miles to Military Trail. Turn north (right) on Military Trail. The Campus is 1/4 mile north on the right. From the Turnpike  Exit at the West Palm Beach (Okeechobee Blvd.) exit. Proceed east on Okeechobee approximately 1.5 miles to Military Trail. Turn north (left) on N. Military Trail. Campus is 1/4 mile north on the right.

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2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL In 1959, two young men with an idea , a goal, and a pragmatic philosophy to encompass it all, broke away from their career in traditional college to create a new educational entity. The Northwood Idea became a reality when Dr. R. Gary Stauffer and Dr. Arthur E. Turner enrolled 100 students, using a 19th century mansion as a school building, a small amount of money for operating expenses, and a large amount of determination. Today, the Northwood Idea of incorporating the teachings of the American free enterprise system into college classrooms is an unquestionable success. There are campuses in Midland, Michigan, Cedar Hill, Texas and West Palm Beach, Florida, as well as extension centers across the United States and abroad. There is also the Margaret Chase Smith Library Center in Skowhegan, Maine, in addition to continuing education programs across the United States and Canada, and a growing University College program. Out in simplest terms, Northwood University is a private, tax-exempt, independent, accredited, coeducational, business and management oriented university actively allied to both business and the arts. Northwood translates its philosophy into practical, useful curriculums that are designed to prepare students for the realities of the working world. Northwood brings the business world into the classroom. Instructors of business are successful career professionals who have chosen to direct their business tales towards the preparation of those about to enter the working world.

Mission Statement: To develop the future leaders of a global, free-enterprise society Core Values Statement: We believe in: The advantages of an entrepreneurial, free-enterprise society Individual freedom and individual responsibility Functioning from a foundation of ethics and integrity Promoting and leveraging the global, diverse, and multi-cultural nature of enterprise Core Purpose Statement: To develop leaders, managers, and entrepreneurs with skills and character to drive personal, organizational, and societal success.

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West Palm Beach is 60 miles north of Miami on Florida’s east coast. Our campus is just 10 minutes from the Atlantic Ocean and 47 miles of beaches, downtown West Palm Beach and the Palm Beach International Airport. Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, and the Florida Keys are just to the south. The Bahamas are a “puddle-jump” to the east. Disney World, Daytona Beach, and the Kennedy Space Center are within 200 miles to the north. West Palm Beach Highlights

DOWNTOWN CITY CENTER

West Palm Beach City Center 

Located in downtown West Palm Beach

Offers 77 acres with over 75 shops and boutiques

Clematis Street provides a vibrant social scene

10-highly rated restaurants and cafes

A 20-screen movie theatre

Sparkling fountains and lush gardens

Attractive, convenient location and entrepreneurial business climate

The Greater Palm Beaches provide everything from scuba diving and fishing, to golfing and surfing, snorkeling and kayaking

National wildlife refuge, nature centers, botanical gardens, marine life centers.

20,000-seat Cruzan Amphitheater, a open-air music venue which has hosted acts like the Rolling Stones, Taylor Swift, and Journey

The annual Sun Fest Music & Art festival hosted on the West Palm waterfront, features bands such as the Smashing Pumpkins, Snoop Dogg, Counting Crowes, MGMT, Kendrick Lamar, and Pitbull

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2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL The 2013-14 edition of the Northwood University Seahawks will feature a changing of the guard, literally, as a senior-laden squad based around players who re-wrote the Northwood record books has departed. After back-to-back appearances in the NAIA Division II National Championship Final Four, Northwood posted their most successful regular season in program history, amassing thirty wins, a Sun Conference regular season championship, and a seventh consecutive appearance in the NAIA National Tournament. The Seahawks were stunned in the first round, falling to tournament host College of the Ozarks, 57-49. “As the season ended last year, we obviously were disappointed,” said Northwood Head Coach Rollie Massimino. “We had a great regular season, but when you get into national competition it becomes extremely competitive. We ran into a buzzsaw playing the host team, and they did a wonderful job playing against us.” Northwood had eight players depart via graduation, including a nucleus of veterans that helped guide the Seahawks to a 97-12 record over the last three seasons. Guard Tyrone Davis finished his four-year career as Northwood as the all-time leader in assists (812), steals (319), and games played (137). Ty set the Northwood single game assists mark with 15 against Trinity on November 10 th, 2012. Davis was a two-time NAIA AllAmerican with a Second Team selection as a senior, along with an All-Sun Conference First Team and All-Sun Conference Defensive Team designations. Forward Patrick Horstmann, a four-year player, became the first player in Northwood history to record 1,500 points and 1,000 rebounds. The Seahawks second-leading scorer all-time, Horstmann set the single-season rebounding mark for Northwood with 361 boards as a sophomore, and is one of three players in program history to record 20 rebounds in a game. Patrick was chosen as an NAIA All-American Third Team selection following his sophomore season, and took home The Sun Conference Freshman of the Year award in 2009-2010. Forward Thierno Agne wrapped up his four-year run at Northwood as the all-time leading three-point shooter, connecting on 42.6 percent of his attempts, while sinking an all-time high 246 three-pointers. Agne became the seventh member of the Seahawks 1,000-point club during the 2012-13 season, and finished as the fourth-leading scorer in program history with 1,201 points, while grabbing 565 rebounds, third-most all-time. “Our four-year seniors certainly rose to a very special part of this program, winning 97 games in three years is a feat that not many basketball programs in the country can equal and for that, I’m very, very proud of that group. Winning is important, but the kinds of degrees they got, three of which were in the MBA program, and the others receiving degrees puts them in the special position as student-athletes.” In his lone year with the Seahawks, guard Ra’Shad James left his mark on the Seahawks program. James became the second player in Northwood program history to be recognized as the NAIA Division II National Player of the Year, averaging 23 points and six rebounds a game, while shooting 55 percent from the floor. James set the single-game scoring mark for the Seahawks with 39 points against Carthage on December 17th, 2012, and finished with the third-highest scoring output of any Seahawk player with 736 points in 32 games. Ra’Shad collected plenty of hardware during the 2012-13 season including NAIA All-American First Team, The Sun Conference Player of the Year, All-Sun Conference First Team, NAIA National Player of the Week, and The Sun Conference Player of the Week on five occasions. Rounding out the departed starting five for the Seahawks was Dan O’Keefe, a fellow one-year player for Northwood. O’Keefe started 32 games during his senior season, averaging 8.9 points and 5.7 rebounds in 30.7 minutes per game. Dan led the Seahawks in free throw percentage, making 84 percent of his attempts, and blocks with 33. Northwood will be returning four players from the 2012-13 squad, providing a veteran presence to a group of fresh faces. Senior forward Jake Lockhart appeared in 26 games for the Seahawks after missing games early in the season with an injury. Lockhart is a factor on the glass, grabbing 5.3 rebounds with 4.3 points in 13 minutes per game. Joining Lockhart, will be three second-year players in seniors Jerrod Owens and Texas Derland, and sophomore Kevin McDuffie. Owens appeared in 21 games for the Seahawks, averaging two points in nine minutes, while Derland appeared in 24 games, contributing three points and two rebounds in nearly nine minutes of play. McDuffie appeared in 25 games and set a freshman scoring high with 26 points against DeVry University on November 26 th, 2012. “Jake is a much improved senior who has created outstanding leadership on the team,” stated Massimino. “Jerrod has come a long way in our program and is vying for valuable playing time this season, and Texas is another senior who is projecting terrific leadership to the younger players. Freshman are made to be sophomores, and Kevin has done a good job trying to lead and teach as we go.” Massimino, newly minted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame, and his staff have amassed a crop of ten players to fill the holes left by a departed starting five. A mix of junior college and NCAA transfers, along with energetic freshmen straight out of high school, hope to guide the Seahawks to their eighth straight NAIA National Tournament appearance, and a fourth consecutive Sun Conference regular season title.

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2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL “Our staff did a terrific job of recruiting a new group, which wasn’t easy. Everyone has been great starting out. The key part about this year’s program is ‘buying in’ and developing the chemistry it takes, as quickly as possible, to develop leaders and teammates,” continued Massimino. The Seahawks continue infused a spark of youth talent to incorporate into their veteran foundation. Freshmen Josh Doughty, Chris Lee and DeVonte’ Allen look to provide that spark, along with a depth in talent that could prove to be instrumental when called upon. After striking pay dirt with Ra’Shad James last season, Northwood returned to the Lower Hudson region of New York and signed Josh Doughty. Doughty is an electric playmaker joining the Seahawks after starting three seasons as point guard for Mount Vernon High School in Mount Vernon, N.Y. The 5-foot-10 guard was a part of two state championship teams at Mount Vernon, being named a first-team All-Star by The Journal News and a first-team Lower Hudson selection by the Lower Hudson Basketball Coaches Association after his senior season where he averaged a team-high 13.6 points a game, five assists, and four steals while connecting on a team-high 44 3-point attempts. Lee, a 6-foot-6 forward, comes to Northwood after finishing a year of prep ball at Bridgton Academy, one of the top prep basketball programs in the nation. Lee ranks as one of the top 15 basketball players coming out of the state of Maine. Allen, a member of a military family, played his prep basketball at Ramstein in Germany, where he earned three varsity letters in basketball along with consecutive All-Region and All-Europe team selections. “We were lucky to recruit a group of outstanding freshmen that will give us a terrific addition to this program over a four-year period,” echoed Massimino. “Josh is a freshman and a very talented player who’s going to make some freshman mistakes as we grow. Chris [Lee] is a very strong player that can go get the ball whenever he wants, and DeVonte’ is an Army child from Germany who can shoot the ball well from deep.” Junior Fred Mattison transfers to Northwood after a successful season at NJCAA-power Mott Community College. Mattison was recognized as the Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) Eastern Conference Player of the Year following his sophomore campaign where he averaged 18.3 points, 10.3 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.1 steals per game, leading Mott to their third consecutive NJCAA National Tournament berth. Fred earned MCCAA All-Regional honors, along with a First Team All-Conference selection. Junior Chris Solomon joins the Seahawks after one season at NJCAA Division II Phoenix College. Solomon was outstanding during his sophomore season, averaging 22.2 points a game, while shooting 45 percent from the field and 40 percent from three-point range. Solomon was chosen as a 2012-13 NJCAA First Team All-American after leading Phoenix College to the Division II National Tournament. Solomon registered 3.2 rebounds per game with nearly two assists, shot 77 percent from the free-throw line and connected on 87 three-pointers during the season. Solomon was recognized as the NJCAA Region I Player of the Year. “The staff did a tremendous group of putting together our transfer group,” said Massimino. “These were players who were high priority in the recruiting procedures and my assistants were able to recruit them over many Division I schools. Fred is an outstanding athlete who can play inside or outside and Chris [Solomon] is an outstanding shooter who comes to us all the way from California.” A pair of NCAA Division I transfers have signed on with the Seahawks during the offseason. Senior Danny Nieman, who will redshirt the 2013-14 season, joins the Seahawks after three seasons at Division I Coastal Carolina University. As a junior, Nieman started 13 of 20 games, tallying 4.4 points, 3.2 rebounds and two assists per game. Junior Stephon Smith heads to Northwood after two seasons at Division I San Jose State. Smith appeared in 28 games during his sophomore season, totaling 80 points, 79 rebounds, 10 assists and 8 blocks. “Stephon plays very well around the basket and his defensive ability will be shown throughout the year, while Danny is redshirting this season, but will provide guidance and outstanding vocal leadership from the bench.” Junior Trace Lanson joins the Seahawks after two seasons at NCAA Division III Mitchell College. Last season, Trace appeared in 17 games off the bench for the Mariners, contributing 6.2 points and 1.6 rebounds in 15 minutes of play. Lanson ranked 10 th in the New England Collegiate Conference in three-point percentage, connecting on 37 percent of his attempts on the season. Junior Julian Smith will serve as the elder statesman of the Seahawks, coming to West Palm Beach after serving four years serving in the Army. While serving our country, Julian was a member of the All-Army Team. Prior to joining the military, Smith played his prep basketball at Waterbury High School. Junior Ian Umpierre rounds out the new additions, joining the Seahawks after playing at Columbia Greene Community College. “Trace is a Floridian who’s comes back home and brings a good shooting touch to the team. Julian was a real find. He’s working really hard to learn our system, and Ian is a confident individual, who’s learning our point guard position and has the ability to make good decisions on the floor.” The Seahawks open their 2013-14 season with a pair of exhibition matches against NCAA Division I opponents, battling Fordham on November 1st and Penn State on November 3rd. Northwood kicks off the regular season against Clearwater Christian on November 8 th when the Seahawks host the first annual Dick Versace Tip-Off Tournament at the Countess de Hoernle Student Life Center.

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No.

Name

Yr.

Pos.

HT

WT

Hometown (Previous School)

0

Ian Umpierre

Jr.

G

5-9

175

Bronx, N.Y. (Columbia Greene CC)

2

Josh Doughty

Fr.

G

5-9

169

Mount Vernon, N.Y. (Mount Vernon HS)

3

Chris Solomon

Jr.

G

6-3

185

Los Angeles, Calif. (Phoenix College)

4

Stephon Smith

Jr.

G

6-8

260

New Orleans, La. (San Jose State)

5

Jerrod Owens

Sr.

G

6-0

168

Gainesville, Fla. (Eastside HS)

10

Trace Lanson

Jr.

G

6-2

175

Boca Raton, Fla. (Mitchell)

14

DeVonte’ Allen

Fr.

G

6-4

195

San Antonio, Texas (Cal-Pennsylvania)

15

Kevin McDuffie

So.

G

6-4

164

Clarksville, Md. (Cheshire Academy )

21

Chris Lee

Fr.

F

6-6

240

Lexington, Mass. (Bridgton Academy

23

Fred Mattison

Jr.

F

6-7

210

Anderson, S.C. (Mott CC)

24

Jake Lockhart

Sr.

F

6-4

185

Antigua (Morgan State)

25

Julian Smith

Jr.

F

6-4

195

Waterbury, Conn. (Army)

32

Texas Derland

Sr.

F

6-8

218

Stockholm, Sweden (Nacka Gymnasium)

42

Danny Nieman

RS-Sr.

G

6-1

196

Concord, N.C. (Coastal Carolina)

Head Coach: Rollie Massimino, Vermont ’56 (Eighth Season, 201-14) Assistant Coach: Ken Gabelman, Southern Conn. State ’73 Assistant Coach: Dan Holbrook, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth ‘08 Assistant Coach: Conor Donelon, John Carroll University ‘07 Director of Basketball Operations: Ken Sullivan Athletic Trainers: Richelle VanWagoner, Lindsay Moccia Athletic Director: Nick Davidson Sports Information Director: Chris Kendrick Northwood President: Keith Pretty Florida Campus President: Dr. Tom Duncan

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Seahawks by Country United States—12 Antigua—1 Sweden—1

Seahawks by Class Freshman—3 Sophomore—1 Junior—6 Senior—4

Seahawks by State Florida—2 New York—2 California—1 Louisiana—1 Texas—1 Maryland—1 Massachusetts—1 North Carolina—1 South Carolina—1 Connecticut—1

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IAN UMPIERRE Guard

5-9

175

Junior

Bronx, New York HIGH SCHOOL: Attended St. Raymond’s High School and Edison Academy in Bronx, New York... PERSONAL: Son of George Umpierre...Enrolled in the Entertainment, Sports and Promotions Management program.

JOSH DOUGHTY Guard

5-9

168

Freshman

Mount Vernon, New York HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Mount Vernon High School in Mount Vernon...Three-year letterwinner in Basketball...Member of two state championship teams...Averaged a team-high 13.6 points with five assists and four steals...Connected on a teamhigh 44 three-pointers...Named First Team All-Star by The Journal News ...Selected First Team Lower Hudson by the Lower Hudson Basketball Coaches Association… PERSONAL: Son of Charles Clayton and Asheke Doughty....Majoring in Business Management.

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CHRIS SOLOMON Guard

6-3

185

Junior

Los Angeles, California 2012-13 (PHOENIX CC): Made 23 starts in 25 games played as a sophomore...Averaged 22.2 points with 3.2 rebounds and 1.6 assists….Scored a seasonhigh 40 points against Chandler-Gilbert Community College...Shot 45 percent from the floor and nearly 40 percent from three-point range...Made an appearance in the NJCAA Division II National Tournament...Selected as NJCAA Region I Player of the Year and NJCAA First-Team All-American…. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Fairfax High School in Los Angeles...Was a four-year letterwinner in Basketball...Had two game featured on ESPN...Played against NBA superstar Kevin Durant...Scored a game-high 46 points as a senior...Three-time All-State and All-City selection...Won Los Angeles and California State Championships during his junior year... PERSONAL: Son of Chris and LeJan Solomon...Majoring in Business Management.

STEPHON SMITH Forward

6-8

260

Junior

New Orleans, Louisiana 2012-13 (SAN JOSE STATE): Appeared in 28 games as a sophomore...Totaled 80 points, 79 rebounds, ten assists and eight blocks... 2011-12 (SAN JOSE STATE): Made 15 starts of 30 games played as a freshman….Registered 117 points and 87 rebounds while shooting 50.5 percent from the floor... HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Wilson High School in Dallas, Texas...Lettered in Basketball...Averaged 8.6 points a game as a senior...Attended Each one Teach One Academy in Somerset, N.J. and Body of Christ Christian Academy in Raleigh, N.C... PERSONAL: Son of Stacey Smith...Majoring in Marketing.

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JERROD OWENS Guard

6-0

168

Senior

Gainesville, Florida 2012-13 (JUNIOR YEAR): Made two starts in 21 games played….Netted 44 points, 24 assists, 15 rebounds and 12 steals in 204 minutes off the bench... HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Eastside High School in Gainesville...Three-year letterwinner in Basketball...Named First Team All-Area...Won three district titles...Averaged 14 points a game...Played on an AAU team with NBAers Brandon Knight and Austin Rivers… PERSONAL: Son of Tony and Wanda Owens...Majoring in Business Management.

TRACE LANSON Guard

6-2

185

Junior

Boca Raton, Florida 2012-13 (MITCHELL): Appeared in 17 games off the bench as a sophomore...Averaged 6.2 points and 1.6 rebounds in 15 minutes of play...Ranked 10th in the NECC in three-point percentage, connecting on 37 percent of his attempts...Named to NECC Academic All-Conference team... 2011-12 (MITCHELL): Appeared in eight games off the bench as a freshman...Averaged 7.9 points and 1.9 rebounds in 17.1 minutes per game….Netted a career-high 14 points against Salve Regina... HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Berean Christian School in Melbourne, Florida...Averaged 18.4 points and 6.1 assists a game...Led Palm Beach County in three-point field goals made...Selected All-Conference, All-County and Team MVP... PERSONAL: Son of Norman and Meryl Lanson...Majoring in Business Management.

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DEVONTE’ ALLEN Guard

6-4

195

Freshman

San Antonio, Texas HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Ramstein High School in Germany...Participated in Basketball and Baseball...Selected First Team All-Region...Selected First Team All-Europe... PERSONAL: Son of James and Angel Allen...Enrolled in the Entertainment, Sports and Promotions Management program.

KEVIN MCDUFFIE Guard

6-3

164

Sophomore

Clarksville, Maryland 2012-13 (FRESHMAN YEAR): Made two starts in 25 games played….Set a freshman record with 26 points against DeVry on November 26th...Averaged 4.8 points off the bench while shooting 37 percent from three-point range... HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Chesire Prep Academy in Chesire, Connecticut...Set the school record for most points in a half (28) and most three-pointers in a half (8)...Scored 40 points against Trinity Pawlin. PERSONAL: Son of Kevin Sr. and Tequila McDuffie...Majoring in Business Management.

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CHRIS LEE Forward

6-6

240

Freshman

Lexington, Massachusetts HIGH SCHOOL: Played a year of prep ball at Bridgton Academy….Attended Lexington High School in Massachusetts... PERSONAL: Son of Greg Lee and Kitty Brown...Majoring in Advertising.

FRED MATTISON Forward

6-7

210

Junior

Anderson, South Carolina 2012-13 (MOTT CC): Made 35 starts in 36 games played as a sophomore...Averaged 18.3 points, 10.3 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.1 steals per game….Led Mott to their third consecutive NJCAA National Tournament berth...Selected Michigan Community College Athletic Association Eastern Conference Player of the Year….Received MCCAA All-Regional honors...Selected First Team All-Conference… 2011-12 (KILGORE): Averaged 12.4 points and nearly eight rebounds a game while shooting 52 percent from the floor... HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Westside High School in Anderson, South Carolina...Fouryear letterman in Basketball and Football...Selected All-State and First Team AllArea as a junior...Named Independent Mail’s Player of the Year as a senior... PERSONAL: Son of Cecil Mattison and Josephine Rucker...Majoring in Business Management.

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JAKE LOCKHART Forward

6-4

185

Senior

Antigua 2012-13 (JUNIOR YEAR): Appeared in 26 games off the bench...Averaged 5.3 rebounds and 4.3 points in 13.3 minutes of action while shooting 5.03 percent from the field….Registered double-digit rebound totals in three contests, including a season-high 11 boards against DeVry and Palm Beach Atlantic…. 2011-12 (SOPHOMORE YEAR): Appeared in 23 games...Averaged 2.2 rebounds and 1.6 points… HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Detroit Country Day and Saint Andrews High School... PERSONAL: Son of Lynn Lockhart...Majoring in Business Administration and Entrepreneurship.

JULIAN SMITH Forward

6-4

195

Junior

Waterbury, Connecticut Julian has been serving in the United States Army for the last four years... HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Crosby High School in Waterbury, Connecticut...Four-year letterman in Basketball...Won a Connecticut State Championship...Named tournament MVP...Selected All-City… PERSONAL: Son of Jennifer Washington...Majoring in Business Management.

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TEXAS DERLAND Forward

6-8

218

Senior

Stockholm, Sweden 2012-13 (JUNIOR YEAR): Made two starts in 24 games played….Averaged 3.1 points and 2.4 rebounds in 8.7 minutes off the bench… 2011-12 (SOPHOMORE YEAR): Appeared in 26 games off the bench...Totaled 23 rebounds, 15 points and five blocks in 103 minutes of action... HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Nacka Gymansium in Sweden...Participated with Skuru Club Basketball from 2003-2007 and Solna Club Basketball from 20072010...Selected as an All-Star in 2000...Named Most Valuable Player in 2008 & 2009... PERSONAL: Son of Hakan Derland and Ing-Britt Fitinghoff...Majoring in Marketing.

DANNY NIEMAN Guard

6-1

196

RS-Senior

Concord, N.C. 2012-13 (COASTAL CAROLINA): Missed the 2012-13 season due to injury… 2011-12 (COASTAL CAROLINA): Made 13 starts in 20 games played...Averaged 4.4 points and 2.0 assists a game...Scored a season-high 16 points on 6-of-6 from the field and 4-of-4 from three point… 2010-11 (COASTAL CAROLINA): Only player to start all 34 games...Finished 11th in the Big South with 3.0 assists per game...Finished fourth in the league with a 1.8 assist/turnover ratio… 2009-10 (COASTAL CAROLINA): Made 13 starts in 20 games played...Earned Big South Freshman of the Week honors (Feb.7)...Had a career-high 22 points against VMI (Dec.3)… HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Concord High School in Concord, North Carolina...Won a 2006-2007 3A State Championship... PERSONAL: Son of Dean and Suzanne Nieman...Majoring in Business Management

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FRONT (L-R): Coach Rollie Massimino Texas Derland, DeVonte’ Allen, Ian Umpierre, Chris Solomon, Jerrod Owens, Josh Doughty, Chris Lee BACK (L-R): Coach Conor Donelon, Coach Ken Sullivan, Danny Nieman, Julian Smith, Trace Lanson, Fred Mattison, Stephon Smith, Kevin McDuffie, Jake Lockhart, Coach Ken Gabelman, Coach Dan Holbrook

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Renowned as one of the best coaching minds in America, Coach Rollie Massimino enters his eighth season as head coach of the Northwood University men’s basketball team. After leading his 2012-13 team to the NAIA National Championships for the seventh consecutive season. After building the program from scratch in 2006, Massimino has transformed Northwood basketball into a national powerhouse in the NAIA. He has compiled an outstanding record of 201 wins and 41 losses (.830) in the program’s short history. Massimino, best known for guiding the Villanova Wildcats to the 1985 NCAA Championship, has amassed 717 wins in his 37 seasons as a college basketball head coach. Following the 2012-13 season, Massimino was elected to the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame, and will be enshrined in November 2013. On December 29th, 2012, Coach Massimino became the 39th coach to record 700 career wins, and became just the third coach in college basketball history to reach the 700-win plateau and win an NCAA National Championship during their coaching career. Noted for his "Family Style" coaching, Massimino is considered to be one of the greatest college coaches of all time. He motivates his players with the belief that “Enthusiasm is Contagious!” That message reflects Coach Massimino’s view of life. By giving 100 percent, on and off the court, those around you can’t help but believe and become inspired. In Massimino’s case, he instills enthusiasm into those around him by seemingly giving 110 percent - all the time. He motivates through his ceaseless energy while his enthusiasm for life and the game of basketball radiates onto to his players. Over the years, Massimino has racked up numerous awards. In 1985, he was tabbed National Coach of the Year by both MacGregor Sporting Goods and Playboy magazine while in 1982 he earned Big East Coach of the Year accolades, just one of eight times he was honored on a league basis in the NCAA. In 2011 he was named the NAIA National Coach of the Year and earned the Rawlings National Coach of the Year in 2012. Massimino took his Villanova program to the top in 1985, when the Wildcats pounced on heavily-favored Georgetown to take the NCAA Championship on April 1. During his tenure at Villanova, the Wildcats earned 16 postseason tournament berths with 11 being in the NCAA Tournament. In Villanova’s 12 seasons of Big East play under Massimino, his squads earned two regular-season titles, advanced to the conference championship game three times and compiled a 110-80 (.578) regular-season record. Massimino began his coaching career in 1956 after graduating from the University of Vermont where he played varsity basketball for three years. His first three seasons he served as an assistant coach at Cranford (NJ) High school before securing his first head coaching job at Hillside (NJ) High School, his prep alma mater, in 1959. From there he moved to Lexington (MA) High School in 1963 where he led one squad to a state championship and another to a 20-1 record. In 10 seasons as a high school coach, Massimino compiled a 160-61 record. He debuted at the collegiate coaching level in 1969 as the head coach at the State University of New York (SUNY)-Stony Brook. His first team went 19-6, won the conference championship and earned a berth in the NCAA small college tournament. Massimino’s next step was an assistant’s position at the University of Pennsylvania under the late Chuck Daly, known for winning back-to-back NBA championships with the Detroit Pistons in 1989 and 1990. In March 1973, Massimino left Penn to succeed Jack Kraft as the head coach at Villanova. Massimino has a master’s degree equivalent in health and physical education from Rutgers University (1959) and a bachelor’s degree from Vermont (1956) in education. Massimino and his wife Mary Jane have five children - Tom, Lee Ann, Michele, Roland (R.C.) and Andrew - as well as 16 grandchildren.

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Mastermind of the greatest upset in NCAA Tournament History! 1985 NCAA National Champions Villanova University - 64 Georgetown University - 62

Coach Massimino and players are honored by President Ronald Regan at the White House.

Massimino and team celebrate as they received the National Championship trophy.

Coach Massimino cutting down the net in Rupp Arena (left). Players carry their coach in celebration (middle). Coach Massimino celebrates with team (right).

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2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL KEN GABELMAN Coach Gabelman enters his seventh season as an Assistant Coach at Northwood University. A veteran of the Long Island high school athletic scene, Gabelman has brought a plethora of experience to the Seahawk coaching staff. Gabelman taught Health Education for 34 years and served as Head Basketball Coach at Hauppauge High School for 19 years. He was an Assistant Men's Basketball Coach at Suffolk Community College for 7 years, helming the team to a 148-58 record and four appearances in the Region XV Finals. Gabelman served as Director of the Suffolk County Coaches Academy for 16 years and is the founder of the Nassau-Suffolk "Coaches for a Cause" Basketball Challenge, now in their 11th season. He also served as Director of the Villanova Basketball Camp for 10 years and Director of the Puerto Rico Instructional Basketball Organization (PRIBO) in Rio Peidras, Puerto Rico for four years. Gabelman has coached a number of sports at the high school level including Varsity Girls' Soccer, Varsity and JV Baseball, and Golf. A 1973 graduate of Southern Connecticut State University, Gabelman also earned his master's degree from Adelphi University.

KEN SULLIVAN Coach Sullivan returns for his eighth season with the men’s basketball program at Northwood University. No stranger to basketball, Sullivan has spent many years coaching at various levels. Sullivan also brings his extensive business experience after 35 years of owning a successful food distribution business in New York. Coach Sullivan serves as Director of Basketball Operations, where he handles the day-to-day operations of the men’s basketball program, assisting with schedule contracts, travel, and budget management.

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2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL DAN HOLBROOK Coach Holbrook enters his third season on Rollie Massimino’s staff. Prior to joining Northwood, Holbrook was an assistant coach at Brandeis University under head coach Brian Meehan. During his only year at Brandeis, the Judges went on to win their first 13 games, were ranked as high as No. 13 in the nation, and won the 2011 ECAC tournament title. Holbrook played college basketball at UMass Dartmouth while earning his bachelor’s degree in Operations Management. Name captain his senior year (07-08), his team went on to win their first 20 games, was ranked No. 2 in the nation, and advanced to the 2nd round of the NCAA tournament. Holbrook was named Little East Conference Player of the Year, UMD Most Outstanding Athlete, ECAC First-Team East Coast, First-Team New England, and also received All-American honors from both the National Association of Basketball Coaches and D3hoops.com. After graduation, Holbrook served as an assistant coach at Lexington High School in Massachusetts (a school Coach Massimino won a state title at in 1965) under legendary coach Bob Farias (former assistant to Coach Massimino). During this time, Holbrook worked as an investment analyst at Lexington Wealth Management while also earning a dual MBA degree in Economics and Financial Markets, and Finance from Bentley University.

CONOR DONELON Coach Donelon returns for his third season on Rollie Massimino’s staff. Prior to joining the Seahawks, Coach Donelon served four years as a student assistant and three years as a graduate assistant at John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio, under legendary coach Mike Moran. In his seven years at JCU, the Blue Streaks won 70 percent of their games (141 wins), were fivetime Ohio Atlantic Conference regular season champions, and made five trips to the NCAA division III tournament, including three sweet 16 appearances and a final four appearance in the 03-04 season. Following his time at JCU, Coach Donelon worked as a volunteer assistant coach at University of Akron (NCAA DI) under head coach Keith Dambrot (former high school coach of Lebron James). During his only season at Akron, the Zips won 23 games, took home the Mid Atlantic Conference title, and earned an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament. Coach Donelon is a 2007 graduate of John Carroll University with a Bachelor of Arts in Physical Education. He also completed the teaching licensure program from John Carroll in 2009.

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Dr. Duncan served as president of Bethany College (later Bethany University) in Santa Cruz, California, for five years. Duncan assumed his duties at this private, church-related institution in a time of financial uncertainty and declining enrollments. During his tenure, student enrollment grew from fewer than 495 students to over 720 students and the college began its first master's program and enlarged its innovative programs to reach non-traditional students. Duncan successfully balanced budgets by working closely with the board of trustees, fellow administrators, and faculty -- resulting in a surplus to the college. Duncan voluntarily left this position in 1997 to pursue his PhD. in higher education administration at the University of Arizona. One year later his wife, Carol, was diagnosed with terminal cancer. She passed away in 2001 which left him with two young children to raise. The following year he married his current wife, Rita, whose husband had passed away with cancer in 2000, leaving her with a young child. Now with the responsibilities of having a new wife and three young children, Duncan decided it was best for his new family if he remained closer to home while completing his PhD. dissertation, studying for Anglican ordination, and working in pastoral ministry for several years in the Saint Louis area. As his older children are moving into adulthood, he felt now was a better time to return to a campus leadership position. He became a visiting professor at Ohio University in 2007 teaching courses which focused on higher education. Duncan also served on PhD. dissertation committees, advised master's students on their M.Ed papers and conducted independent and collaborative research. While at Ohio University he published two papers for the Center of Higher Education. From 1985-1992 Duncan worked for the state of Missouri as an assistant to Governor John Ashcroft in education and policy management as well as for the department of economic development as a division director of professional registration. Prior to his government employment, he was an assistant professor of government and public administration at Evangel College (now Evangel University) for several years. Duncan earned his PhD. in higher education from the University of Arizona in 2005; an M.A. in political science from the University of MissouriColumbia in 1979; his B.A. in government from Evangel College in 1975; and course of study in preparation for Anglican ordination at the Anglican Mission in the Americas in South Carolina. For the past 12 years he has remained active as a chaplain and pastor in several religious communities.

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Prior to joining NU Davidson served as Assistant Director of Athletics for Internal Operations at Davenport University. His responsibilities included oversight of non-varsity programs, assistance in overall budget and process development, and administration of all game day operations, customer relations, and marketing and ticket sales. He also served as Assistant Men's Basketball Coach for five years and Assistant Director of the student center where he was in charge of game day operations, event management, and development of intramurals. In his first year at Northwood, Davidson has expanded the varsity athletics program from 11 teams to 17 with the additions of Men’s 7 Women’s Track and Field, Men’s & Women’s Cross Country, Competitive Cheerleading and Competitive Dance. A graduate of Northwood University Michigan, Davidson earned his associate degree in Banking and Finance and bachelor's degree in Marketing and Management. He then coached two years at Northwood while obtaining his master of business administration (MBA) degree in Integrated Management. During his playing time at Northwood, Davidson was a three-point specialist on the basketball team, graduating second all-time in threepointers and was a member of the school's first ever national tournament team. Originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan, he graduated from Catholic Central High School. He and his wife Stephanie have three children, Gianna, Jonathan (Jack)., and Liam.

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Ave Maria Gyrenes Location Enrollment Colors Affiliation Conference Head Coach Record at School (Seasons) 2012-13 Overall Record 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish Series Record Last Meeting Basketball SID SID Phone SID Email Website

Clearwater Christian Cougars Ave Maria, Fla. 650 Kelly Green and White NAIA Div. II The Sun Ken Dagostino First Season 23-9 9-7/4th 8-0 W, 78-64 (1/30/13) Colin Vories 239-304-7884 colin.vories@my.avemaria.edu www.avemariagyrenes.com

Edward Waters Tigers Location Enrollment Colors Affiliation Conference Head Coach Record at School (Seasons) 2012-13 Overall Record 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish Series Record Last Meeting Basketball SID SID Phone SID Email Website

Clearwater, Fla. 600 Maroon and White NCCAA N/A Michael Touma 11-16 (1) 11-16 N/A 2-0 W, 110-69 (12/8/07) N/A N/A N/A www.clearwater.edu

Embry-Riddle Eagles Jacksonville, Fla. 800 Purple and Orange NAIA Div. I Gulf Coast Frank Burnell N/A 14-15 9-5/3rd 11-3 W, 90-60 (12/15/13) Henry Smith 904-470-8045 hsmith@ewc.edu www.ewc.edu

Florida Memorial Lions Location Enrollment Colors Affiliation Conference Head Coach Record at School (Seasons) 2012-13 Overall Record 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish Series Record Last Meeting Basketball SID SID Phone SID Email Website

Location Enrollment Colors Affiliation Conference Head Coach Record at School (Seasons) 2012-13 Overall Record 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish Series Record Last Meeting Basketball SID SID Phone SID Email Website

Location Enrollment Colors Affiliation Conference Head Coach Record at School (Seasons) 2012-13 Overall Record 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish Series Record Last Meeting Basketball SID SID Phone SID Email Website

Daytona Beach, Fla. 4,978 Royal Blue and Gold NAIA Div. II The Sun Steve Ridder 580-243 25-9 9-7/3rd 9-10 L, 91-81 (2OT) (2/26/13) Ryan Mosher 386-323-5006 mosherr@erau.edu erauathletics.com

Fordham Rams (Exh.) Miami Gardens, Fla. 2,200 Royal Blue and Orange NAIA Div. II The Sun Kenny Bellinger 94-168 9-17 6-10/7th 14-1 W, 71-65 (2/6/13) Damian Alexander 305-626-3194 damian.alexander@fmuniv.edu www.fmuniv.edu

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Bronx, N.Y. 8,427 Maroon and White NCAA Div. I Atlantic 10 Tom Pecora 24-64 (3) 7-24 3-13/15th 0-1 L, 76-71 (11/7/11) Joe DiBari 718-817-4240 dibari@fordham.edu www.fordhamsports.com


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Goucher Gophers Location Enrollment Colors Affiliation Conference Head Coach Record at School (Seasons) 2012-13 Overall Record 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish Series Record Last Meeting Basketball SID SID Phone SID Email Website

Gwynedd-Mercy Griffins Baltimore, Md. 2,200 Blue and Gold NCAA Div. III Landmark Leonard Trevino N/A 6-18 4-10 First Meeting N/A Mike Sanders 410-337-6474 msanders@goucher.edu www.goucher.edu

Johnson & Wales Wildcats Location Enrollment Colors Affiliation Conference Head Coach Record at School (Seasons) 2012-13 Overall Record 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish Series Record Last Meeting Basketball SID SID Phone SID Email Website

Gwynedd, Penn. 2,700 Red and Gold NCAA Div. III Colonial States Athletic John Baron 198-106 (12) 15-11 14-4/2nd First Meeting N/A Chris Panter 215-646-7300 x273 panter.c@gmc.edu www.gmcgriffins.com

Judson Eagles North Miami, Fla. 1,900 Royal, Yellow and White NAIA Div. II The Sun David Graham 66-128 11-18 3-13/8th 10-0 W, 81-72 (1/23/13) Lucia Sanchez 305-892-7607 lucia.sanchez@jwu.edu www.jwuathletics.com

Palm Beach Atlantic Sailfish Location Enrollment Colors Affiliation Conference Head Coach Record at School (Seasons) 2012-13 Overall Record 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish Series Record Last Meeting Basketball SID SID Phone SID Email Website

Location Enrollment Colors Affiliation Conference Head Coach Record at School (Seasons) 2012-13 Overall Record 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish Series Record Last Meeting Basketball SID SID Phone SID Email Website

Location Enrollment Colors Affiliation Conference Head Coach Record at School (Seasons) 2012-13 Overall Record 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish Series Record Last Meeting Basketball SID SID Phone SID Email Website

Elgin, Ill. 1,200 Blue and White NAIA Div. II Chicagoland Joel Cotton 6-24 (1) 6-24 5-19/11th First Meeting N/A Kristi Cirone 847-628-1580 kristi.cirone@judson.edu www.judsoneagles.com

Penn State Nittany Lions (Exh.) West Palm Beach, Fla. 3,171 Navy Blue and White NCAA Div. II Independent David Balza First Season 1-24 N/A 10-2 W, 74-62 (2/4/13) Michael Brown 561-803-2529 michael_brown@pba.edu www.pbasailfish.com

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University Park, Pa. 42,457 Blue and White NCAA Div. I Big Ten Patrick Chambers 22-42 (2) 10-21 2-16/12th First Meeting N/A Jeff Nelson 814-865-1757 jtn4@psu.edu www.gopsusports.com


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Purdue-North Central Panthers Location Enrollment Colors Affiliation Conference Head Coach Record at School (Seasons) 2012-13 Overall Record 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish Series Record Last Meeting Basketball SID SID Phone SID Email Website

Southeastern Fire Westville, Ind. 6,048 Old Gold and Black NAIA Div. III Chicagoland Matt Bush 5-24 (1) 6-25 4-21/13th First Meeting N/A John Weber 219-785-5273 jweber@pnc.edu www.pncathletics.com

St. Thomas Bobcats Location Enrollment Colors Affiliation Conference Head Coach Record at School (Seasons) 2012-13 Overall Record 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish Series Record Last Meeting Basketball SID SID Phone SID Email Website

Lakeland, Fla. 2,900 Red, White and Black NAIA Div. II The Sun R-Jay Barsh 15-17 (1) 15-17 5-11/8th 7-1 W, 93-66 (2/23/13) Donnie Smith 863-667-5213 dsmith@seu.edu www.seufire.com

Thomas Nighthawks Miami Gardens, Fla. 2,500 Columbia Blue, Navy and Burgandy NAIA Div. II The Sun Patrick Gayle 21-12 (1) 21-12 9-7/5th 13-1 W, 93-86 (2/23/13) Phil de Montmollin 305-628-6681 pdemontmollin@stu.edu www.stubobcats.com

Valor Christian Warriors Location Enrollment Colors Affiliation Conference Head Coach Record at School (Seasons) 2012-13 Overall Record 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish Series Record Last Meeting Basketball SID SID Phone SID Email Website

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Location Enrollment Colors Affiliation Conference Head Coach Record at School (Seasons) 2012-13 Overall Record 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish Series Record Last Meeting Basketball SID SID Phone SID Email Website

Thomasville, Ga. 1,100 Hunter Green and White NAIA Div. II The Sun Stephen Cox First Season N/A N/A First Meeting N/A Ricky Zambrano 229-226-1621 rzambrano@thomasu.edu www.thomasu.edu

Warner Royals Canal Winchester, Ohio N/A Scarlet and Silver USCAA Ohio Collegiate Athletic Lisa Bradley 179-70 (10) 20-5 N/A 1-0 W, 106-73 (12/29/12) N/A N/A N/A www.valorcollege.com

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Lake Wales, Fla. 1,200 Navy Blue and Gold NAIA Div. II The Sun Seah Hanrahan 138-81 18-13 7-9/6th 12-4 W, 93-63 (2/13/13) Kendal Sherrouse 863-638-7126 sid@warner.edu www.warnerroyals.com


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Webber International Warriors Location Enrollment Colors Affiliation Conference Head Coach Record at School (Seasons) 2012-13 Overall Record 2012-13 Conf. Record/Finish Series Record Last Meeting Basketball SID SID Phone SID Email Website

Babson Park, Fla. 650 Green, Gold and White NAIA Div. II The Sun John Shoffner 93-164 16-12 10-6/2nd 13-2 W, 83-64 (2/9/13) Brad Hutzelman 863-638-2980 sid@webber.edu www.webberathletics.com

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Player

GP-GS

Min/Avg

FG-FGA

Pct

3FG-FGA

Pct

FT-FTA

Pct

Off-Def-Tot-Avg

PF

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Pts/Avg

00

Newton, Mike

34-12

523/15.4

58-128

.453

10-25

.400

20-25

.800

21-49-70-2.1

42

74

32

0

31

146/4.3

02

Davis, Tyrone

30-30

970/32.3

122-258

.473

12-43

.279

100-129

.775

21-64-85-2.8

64

236

93

3

69

356/11.9

04

O'Keefe, Dan

32-32

983/30.7

103-221

.466

36-76

.474

42-50

.840

63-118-181-5.7

70

44

38

33

24

284/8.9

05

Owens, Jerrod

21-2

204/9.7

17-43

.395

4-18

.222

6-9

.67

3-12-15-0.7

12

24

15

0

12

44/2.1

10

Parks, Tracy

33-8

669/20.3

121-261

.464

48-124

.387

24-32

.750

24-45-69-2.1

38

43

41

1

20

314/9.5

14

Anderson, Austin

19-0

135/7.1

15-34

.441

2-8

.250

3-3

1.00

12-10-22-1.2

10

10

10

0

4

35/1.8

15

McDuffie, Kevin

25-2

214/8.6

37-80

.463

17-46

.370

30-43

.698

12-26-38-1.5

32

9

20

4

4

121/4.8

21

Doumbe, Masse

11-11

319/29.0

75-144

.521

21-45

.467

41-55

.745

25-90-115-10.5

21

24

23

10

21

212/19.3

23

James, Ra'Shad

32-32

964/30.1

252-458

.550

50-120

.417

182-235

.774

52-166-218-6.8

61

81

62

6

48

736/23.0

24

Lockhart, Jake

26-0

346/13.3

40-79

.506

1-1

1.00

30-54

.556

54-85-139-5.3

41

11

20

4

10

111/4.3

32

Derland, Texas

24-2

210/8.7

33-54

.611

0-0

.000

9-19

.474

19-39-58-2.4

31

6

22

11

3

75/3.1

33

Horstmann, Patrick

26-22

709/27.3

93-198

.470

37-67

.552

36-47

.766

36-147-183-7.0

69

31

40

10

16

259/10.0

35

Agne, Thierno

24-17

625/26.0

76-159

.478

50-108

.463

12-16

.750

18-71-89-3.7

57

21

18

12

19

214/8.9

42

Pinckney, Austin

9-0

29/3.2

2-5

.400

0-0

.000

1-2

.500

1-4-5-0.6

2

0

1

1

0

5/0.6

TM TEAM

12-22-34

10

Total……

34

6900

1044-2122

.492

288-681

.423

536-719

.745

373-948-1321-38.9

552

614

445

95

281

2912/85.6

Opponents….

34

6900

834-2075

.402

237-685

.346

425-618

.688

356-755-1111-32.7

613

378

533

99

221

2330/68.5

1st

2nd

OT

OT2

Total

Northwood

1455

1414

35

8

2912

Opponents

1050

1230

32

18

2330

SCORE BY PERIODS

##

Player

GP-GS

Min/Avg

FG-FGA

Pct

3FG-FGA

Pct

FT-FTA

Pct

Off-Def-Tot-Avg

PF

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Pts/Avg

00

Newton, Mike

16-6

234/14.6

19-51

.373

3-11

.273

10-14

.714

12-22-34-2.1

22

24

12

0

11

51/3.2

02

Davis, Tyrone

16-16

529/33.1

63-140

.450

7-26

.269

56-70

.800

11-31-42-2.6

37

116

53

1

42

189/11.8

04

O'Keefe, Dan

16-16

500/31.3

55-130

.423

21-47

.447

28-33

.848

36-58-94-5.9

39

10

21

12

7

159/9.9

05

Owens, Jerrod

8-0

47/5.9

3-10

.300

1-3

.333

0-1

.000

0-3-3-0.4

2

8

4

0

2

7/0.9

10

Parks, Tracy

16-4

323/20.2

58-129

.450

18-53

.340

14-18

.778

17-19-36-2.3

17

11

18

1

7

148/9.3

14

Anderson, Austin

7-0

25-3.2

2-7

.286

0-1

.000

2-2

1.00

2-0-2-0.3

1

2

4

0

0

6/0.9

15

McDuffie, Kevin

11-0

54/4.9

3-10

.438

3-10

.300

8-10

.800

3-5-8-0.7

10

3

5

0

0

25/2.3

21

Doumbe, Masse

3-3

94/31.3

17-34

.500

3-10

.300

18-24

.750

2-24-26-8.7

11

5

10

1

9

55/18.3

23

James, Ra'Shad

16-16

516/32.3

126-229

.550

30-66

.455

97-126

.770

24-90-114-7.1

28

49

30

4

25

379/23.7

24

Lockhart, Jake

15-0

207/13.8

13-36

.361

0-0

.000

18-35

.514

35-46-81-5.4

25

9

13

0

5

44/2.9

32

Derland, Texas

10-0

52/5.2

14-18

.778

0-0

.000

5-6

.833

9-7-16-1.6

7

0

7

1

1

33/3.3

33

Horstmann, Patrick

15-13

379/25.2

49-106

.462

18-31

.581

18-26

.692

27-82-109-7.3

41

14

20

3

10

134/8.9

35

Agne, Thierno

10-6

244/24.4

30-58

.517

23-44

.523

3-6

.500

7-24-31-3.1

28

3

12

5

10

86/8.6

42

Pinckney, Austin

7-0

20/2.9

2-4

.500

0-0

.000

1-2

.500

0-4-4-0.6

2

0

0

0

0

5/0.7

TM TEAM

5-10-15

6

Total……

16

3225

458-968

.473

127-302

.421

278-373

.745

190-425-615-38.4

272

254

215

28

129

1321/82.6

Opponents….

16

3225

401-971

.413

111-322

.345

209-298

.701

167-340-507-31.7

303

178

232

52

116

1122/70.1

SCORE BY PERIODS

1st

2nd

OT

Total

Northwood

659

653

9

1321

Opponents

504

604

14

1122

S E A H AW K S . G O N O R T H W O O D . C O M


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL Overall: 30-4

Home: 22-1

Away: 6-2

Neutral: 2-1

Date

Opponent

Score

W/L

High Scorer

High Rebounder

11/4/2012

Northwood (Mich.)

83-75

W

(20) Davis, James

(13) Doumbe

11/10/2012

Trinity College

91-68

W

(20) Parks

(10) Doumbe

11/23/2012

# Puerto Rico-Cayey

97-62

W

(23) James

(8) James

11/24/2012

# BS-Virgin Islands

113-88

W

(29) James

(12) Doumbe

11/26/2012

DeVry University

89-28

W

(26) McDuffie

(14) Doumbe

11/28/2012

* at Johnson & Wales (Fla.)

105-72

W

(26) James

(8) Doumbe

12/1/2012

* at Embry-Riddle

78-74

L

(20) James

(6) Doumbe

12/5/2012

* at Ave Maria (Fla.)

74-68

W

(18) Doumbe

(12) Doumbe

12/11/2012

DeVry University

79-37

W

(20) Doumbe

(13) Doumbe

12/14/2012

Point University

74-59

W

(20) James

(9) Doumbe

12/15/2012

Edward Waters (Fla.)

90-60

W

(31) Doumbe

(12) Doumbe

12/17/2012

Carthage University

98-90

W

(39) James

(12) Horstmann

12/18/2012

Truett-McConnell (Ga.)

101-75

W

(21) James

(11) Horstmann

12/29/2012

Valor Christian

106-73

W

(26) James

(11) James, O'Keefe

12/30/2012

McPherson (Kan.)

101-57

W

(30) James

(6) James, O'Keefe

1/5/2013

Concordia University

79-74

W

(30) James

(10) James

1/9/2013

* Florida Memorial

90-53

W

(22) James

(11) O'Keefe

1/12/2013

* at Webber International (Fla.)

93-88

L

(31) James

(16) Lockhart

1/15/2013

* at Warner (Fla.)

84-79

W

(36) James

(10) Horstmann

1/17/2013

* St. Thomas (Fla.)

77-73

W

(24) James

(12) O'Keefe

1/19/2013

* Southeastern (Fla.)

83-70

W

(23) James

(9) James

1/23/2013

* Johnson & Wales (Fla.)

81-72

W

(18) James

(13) Horstmann

1/26/2013

* Embry-Riddle

65-59

W

(22) James

(10) Lockhart

1/30/2013

* Ave Maria (Fla.)

78-64

W

(26) James

(13) James

74-62

W

(32) James

(11) Lockhart

2/4/2013

Palm Beach Atlantic

2/6/2013

* at Florida Memorial

71-65

W

(24) James

(8) Horstmann

2/9/2013

* Webber International (Fla.)

83-64

W

(18) James

(11) James

2/13/2013

* Warner (Fla.)

93-63

W

(20) James

(12) Horstmann

2/16/2013

* at St. Thomas (Fla.)

85-83

W

(35) James

(11) Horstmann

2/20/2013

* at Southeastern (Fla.)

90-66

W

(23) James

(10) O'Keefe

2/23/2013

^ Southeastern (Fla.)

93-66

W

(18) James

(10) Horstmann

2/25/2013

^ St. Thomas (Fla.)

93-86

W

(23) Davis

(7) Lockhart, O'Keefe

2/26/2013

^ Embry-Riddle

91-81

L

(26) Davis

(9) James

3/6/2013

$ Ozarks (Mo.)

57-49

L

(12) Horstmann, James

(10) Horstmann

Date Preseason Nov. 27 Dec. 4 Dec. 11 Jan. 8

Coaches' Top 25 1 1 4 5 3

Date Jan. 15 Jan. 22 Jan. 29 Feb. 5 Feb. 12

Coaches' Top 25 10 7 6 4 4

2013 — 2014 NORTHWOOD MEN’S BASKETBALL

Date Feb. 19 Final Posteseason

Coaches' Top 25 3 3 6


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL Opponent NU NORTHWOOD NU TRINITY NU vs. PR-Cayey NU vs. BS-Virgin Islands NU DEVRY NU at Johnson & Wales NU at Embry-Riddle NU at Ave Maria NU DEVRY NU POINT NU EDWARD WATERS NU CARTHAGE NU TRUETT-MCCONNELL NU VALOR CHRISTIAN NU MCPHERSON NU CONCORDIA NU FLORIDA MEMORIAL NU at Webber Int'l NU at Warner NU ST. THOMAS NU SOUTHEASTERN NU JOHNSON & WALES NU EMBRY-RIDDLE NU AVE MARIA NU PALM BEACH ATL. NU at Florida Memorial NU WEBBER INT'L NU WARNER NU at St. Thomas NU at Southeastern NU vs. Southeastern NU vs. St. Thomas NU vs. Embry-Riddle NU vs. Ozarks

Date 11/4/12

Score 83-75

WL W

11/10/12

91-68

W

11/23/12

97-62

W

11/24/12

113-88

W

11/26/12

89-28

W

11/28/12

105-72

W

12/1/12

78-74

L

12/5/12

74-68

W

12/11/12

79-37

W

12/14/12

74-59

W

12/15/12

90-60

W

12/17/12

98-90

W

12/18/12

101-75

W

12/29/12

106-73

W

12/30/12

101-57

W

1/5/13

79-74

W

1/9/13

90-53

W

1/12/13

93-88

L

1/15/13

84-79

W

1/17/13

77-73

W

1/19/13

83-70

W

1/23/13

81-72

W

1/26/13

65-59

W

1/30/13

78-64

W

2/4/13

74-62

W

2/6/13

71-65

W

2/9/13

83-64

W

2/13/13

93-63

W

2/16/13

85-83

W

2/20/13

90-66

W

2/23/13

93-66

W

2/25/13

93-86

W

2/26/13

91-81

L

3/6/13

57-49

L

FG-FGA 31-63 30-57 35-72 24-54 31-64 24-60 46-69 32-68 33-58 11-52 37-68 26-60 24-57 22-46 25-55 21-45 31-68 15-60 28-61 22-59 36-71 23-68 36-69 33-74 35-65 26-56 40-74 22-72 36-62 19-61 29-56 25-59 34-68 21-60 26-71 35-73 29-54 31-66 24-53 27-70 28-58 23-62 28-64 23-62 26-58 22-49 31-63 25-65 27-63 23-64 24-50 26-65 31-69 23-55 33-64 23-67 23-50 31-65 35-66 22-61 34-61 24-60 31-53 34-73 29-70 26-57 18-55 20-50

Pct .492 .526 .486 .444 .484 .400 .667 .471 .569 .212 .544 .433 .421 .478 .455 .467 .456 .250 .459 .373 .507 .338 .522 .446 .538 .464 .541 .306 .581 .311 .518 .424 .500 .350 .366 .479 .537 .470 .453 .386 .483 .371 .438 .371 .448 .449 .492 .385 .429 .359 .480 .400 .449 .418 .516 .343 .460 .477 .530 .361 .557 .400 .585 .466 .414 .456 .327 .400

3FG-3FGA 9-17 6-17 1-24 4-14 10-21 5-15 13-25 11-30 9-20 3-16 8-19 9-24 8-22 8-19 9-23 8-18 6-20 4-13 7-22 4-22 11-24 3-13 9-26 9-23 13-26 9-21 4-15 7-25 14-28 7-22 8-14 12-23 7-18 1-9 14-30 9-22 4-12 8-26 8-16 7-15 8-15 9-20 7-20 10-30 6-15 5-17 6-16 7-23 4-20 3-14 3-11 4-21 10-22 9-23 7-18 9-23 10-21 3-14 12-24 2-18 11-17 7-18 10-17 14-28 6-20 13-29 6-23 5-20

Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def-Tot .529 12-18 .667 9-22-31 .353 9-15 .600 6-28-34 .458 10-14 .714 20-25-45 .286 16-31 .516 14-19-33 .476 25-41 .610 13-29-42 .333 9-13 .692 7-25-32 .520 8-12 .667 10-30-40 .367 13-16 .813 9-14-23 .450 14-17 .824 12-32-44 .188 3-4 .750 9-15-24 .421 23-30 .767 8-28-36 .375 11-21 .524 8-25-33 .364 18-21 .857 7-17-24 .421 26-28 .929 7-27-34 .391 15-22 .682 14-24-38 .444 18-24 .667 8-18-26 .300 11-14 .786 14-41-55 .308 3-11 .273 10-23-33 .318 11-16 .688 15-32-47 .182 11-14 .786 8-20-28 .458 7-11 .636 10-33-43 .231 11-16 .688 15-27-42 .346 17-21 .810 7-33-40 .391 15-22 .682 13-29-42 .500 18-26 .692 11-29-40 .429 14-21 .667 5-23-28 .267 22-27 .815 13-37-50 .280 22-33 .667 18-24-42 .500 15-17 .882 5-30-35 .318 12-16 .750 11-22-33 .571 13-17 .765 8-24-32 .522 12-19 .632 13-20-33 .389 15-18 .833 12-29-41 .111 10-14 .714 10-23-33 .467 22-29 .759 15-26-41 .409 14-26 .538 17-25-42 .333 22-31 .710 8-26-34 .308 9-14 .643 14-23-37 .500 21-32 .656 10-30-40 .467 12-18 .667 16-24-40 .533 19-24 .792 10-29-39 .450 15-20 .750 10-22-32 .350 18-22 .818 13-26-39 .333 16-16 1.000 9-22-31 .400 7-12 .583 8-23-31 3294 10-20 .500 7-26-33 .375 10-13 .769 15-31-46 .304 7-11 .636 10-16-26 .200 16-21 .762 12-29-41 .214 13-17 .765 11-25-36 .273 20-27 .741 12-23-35 .190 9-13 .692 16-17-33 .455 11-17 .647 19-28-47 .391 9-12 .750 3-19-22 .389 20-29 .690 15-32-47 .391 8-12 .667 10-15-25 .476 29-32 .906 13-18-31 .214 18-22 .818 14-14-28 .500 8-14 .571 11-35-46 .278 17-24 .708 8-24-32 .647 14-17 .824 4-27-31 .389 11-17 .647 10-21-31 .588 21-24 .875 6-24-30 .500 4-4 1.000 12-17-29 .300 17-24 .708 10-22-32 .448 26-29 .897 7-33-40 .261 7-9 .778 4-24-28 .250 12-22 .545 11-30-41

S E A H AW K S . G O N O R T H W O O D . C O M

PF 12 19 23 14 15 31 15 17 6 11 20 23 20 19 23 17 15 11 13 16 17 11 16 19 19 20 23 23 11 13 20 18 13 15 25 21 17 23 19 25 15 22 15 17 19 17 12 11 16 18 10 18 13 16 13 23 19 24 19 12 15 15 7 20 18 22 19 12

A 22 18 29 12 22 17 33 13 21 5 23 17 9 19 13 12 13 7 16 5 23 12 26 18 25 15 24 5 22 12 17 11 19 8 14 16 14 14 10 7 18 8 14 12 15 12 20 12 14 8 11 7 20 13 18 6 14 11 22 4 20 8 17 12 9 12 7 10

TO 11 16 14 18 14 20 16 14 12 25 11 18 14 20 16 19 16 19 16 16 10 14 6 10 13 18 18 23 9 16 16 19 8 16 15 13 7 11 19 10 15 14 13 16 7 16 21 15 16 17 15 12 18 19 11 12 12 9 13 12 9 18 13 11 9 15 12 12

Blk 2 2 6 6 4 1 1 1 5 4 2 0 1 3 2 3 4 3 3 5 6 3 1 5 3 2 6 0 1 3 5 4 2 5 1 10 1 2 4 2 4 3 4 4 1 1 0 3 3 0 2 8 0 4 2 0 0 2 2 2 7 1 5 1 5 4 0 2

Stl 7 2 11 11 6 7 9 8 18 5 8 4 11 7 11 9 11 5 6 11 8 2 6 4 8 3 13 10 10 5 10 5 9 4 10 9 7 6 2 13 8 10 10 7 9 1 9 12 8 8 9 7 6 9 8 6 3 7 9 5 6 1 4 6 5 4 6 8

Pts 83 75 91 68 97 62 113 88 89 28 105 72 74 78 74 68 79 37 74 59 90 60 98 90 101 75 106 73 101 57 79 74 90 53 88 93 84 79 77 73 83 70 81 72 65 59 78 64 74 62 71 65 83 64 93 63 85 83 90 66 93 66 93 86 81 91 49 57


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL 0

2

4

5

10

14

NEWTON

DAVIS

O'KEEFE

OWENS

PARKS

ANDERSON

35

42

AGNE

PICKNEY

NORTHWOOD

0-0-0

20-4-11

11-5-2

DNP

11-1-0

DNP

0-0-0

18-13-3 20-2-1

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

3-3-5

DNP

TRINITY

11-4-5

2-2-15

4-7-1

7-1-0

20-2-3

9-4-0

9-2-0

8-10-2

12-5-0

DNP

3-5-1

DNP

DNP

6-1-2

DNP

vs. UPR-Cayey

8-2-4

5-4-7

4-4-3

0-1-2

8-3-1

3-1-0

16-3-0

20-6-2

23-8-2

6-3-0

4-5-1

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

vs. Virgin Islands

4-2-3

13-3-11

13-7-5

1-0-3

20-2-4

0-0-0

5-3-1

24-12-1 29-6-5

DNP

4-2-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

DEVRY

19-4-6

DNP

DNP

15-3-5

DNP

4-1-4

26-5-2

19-14-2

DNP

2-11-0

4-4-2

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

at Johnson & Wales

8-7-5

14-3-10

13-2-0

0-1-1

12-0-1

2-0-1

3-2-1

21-8-1

26-7-3

0-1-0

6-4-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

DNP

at Embry-Riddle

2-0-0

19-3-3

0-2-1

DNP

7-5-0

DNP

0-0-0

16-6-2

20-5-1

DNP

DNP

5-1-0

DNP

5-2-0

DNP

at Ave Maria

5-2-0

15-5-8

2-3-0

DNP

3-5-0

DNP

3-0-0

18-12-2 11-5-3

0-2-0

DNP

2-1-0

DNP

15-3-0

DNP

DEVRY

4-6-5

DNP

DNP

10-4-2

10-6-3

6-8-0

17-6-0

20-13-3

DNP

DNP

10-10-0

DNP

DNP

2-1-0

DNP

POINT

7-3-0

8-3-10

3-7-1

0-0-0

5-2-2

2-2-1

2-3-0

17-9-1

20-7-0

DNP

0-0-0

2-0-0

DNP

8-8-1

DNP

EDWARD WATERS

5-0-3

5-2-6

6-2-1

0-0-0

12-3-0

0-1-0

4-5-2

31-12-5 19-9-6

DNP

6-5-0

DNP

DNP

2-4-0

DNP

CARTHAGE

4-0-3

14-3-9

9-2-2

DNP

8-2-2

DNP

0-1-0

DNP

39-6-2

DNP

0-2-0

12-12-5

DNP

12-11-3

DNP

TRUETT-MCCONN.ELL

2-1-3

7-1-11

10-7-2

0-0-1

13-1-2

0-1-0

10-0-1

DNP

21-6-3

6-4-0

2-1-0

15-11-0

DNP

15-6-1

DNP

VALOR CHRISTIAN

12-7-8

DNP

7-11-2

2-0-1

17-2-2

3-1-1

0-0-0

DNP

26-11-4

11-3-0

9-3-1

13-7-3

DNP

6-5-2

DNP

MCPHERSON

11-2-6

DNP

8-6-0

2-3-1

7-2-3

2-1-1

DNP

DNP

30-6-2

7-4-0

0-4-1

13-5-3

DNP

21-2-2

DNP

CONCORDIA

2-2-4

8-3-10

17-5-1

DNP

8-2-1

DNP

0-0-0

DNP

30-10-1

5-1-0

0-0-0

3-4-0

DNP

6-5-0

DNP

FLORIDA MEMORIAL

6-0-1

3-0-4

6-11-1

7-0-2

9-1-3

DNP

12-4-1

DNP

22-10-5

0-1-2

6-2-0

4-7-0

DNP

15-5-0

DNP

at Webber Int’l

0-0-1

6-2-5

5-6-0

0-0-0

16-1-0

DNP

0-0-0

DNP

31-6-6

6-16-0

2-3-0

2-0-0

DNP

20-3-2

DNP

at Warner

2-2-0

16-4-9

16-5-0

DNP

10-1-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

36-6-4

0-1-0

DNP

4-10-1

DNP

0-1-0

DNP

ST. THOMAS

0-0-1

12-1-3

14-12-1

DNP

4-1-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

24-9-3

5-9-0

DNP

18-6-2

DNP

0-2-0

DNP

SOUTHEASTERN

0-2-2

12-2-9

13-5-1

0-0-0

3-3-1

0-0-0

0-0-0

DNP

23-9-3

3-2-0

2-1-0

16-8-1

DNP

9-6-1

2-1-0

JOHNSON & WALES

8-4-4

15-6-7

12-6-0

DNP

7-1-1

0-0-0

0-0-0

DNP

18-4-1

4-5-0

2-0-0

15-13-1

DNP

0-0-0

0-0-0

EMBRY-RIDDLE

0-1-0

10-2-11

16-6-1

DNP

7-0-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

22-5-3

2-10-0

0-1-0

8-6-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

AVE MARIA

4-6-2

8-2-9

2-3-1

0-1-0

15-4-1

0-0-0

0-0-0

DNP

26-13-5

10-5-1

2-2-0

9-9-1

DNP

DNP

2-1-0

PALM BEACH ATL.

6-2-0

13-6-8

5-3-2

0-0-0

2-2-1

0-0-0

1-0-0

DNP

32-10-1

2-11-1

0-0-0

13-6-1

DNP

DNP

0-1-0

at Florida Memorial

4-0-0

13-5-6

14-4-1

DNP

8-7-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

24-6-3

2-4-0

DNP

5-8-1

DNP

DNP

1-1-0

WEBBER INT’L

3-2-2

13-0-5

14-8-0

0-1-2

13-2-1

4-1-0

5-2-0

DNP

18-11-4

4-9-4

1-0-0

8-10-2

DNP

DNP

0-1-0

WARNER

2-3-3

15-2-4

11-8-1

0-0-2

15-0-3

0-0-1

0-0-0

DNP

20-10-2

7-9-0

8-3-0

15-12-2

DNP

DNP

0-0-0

at St. Thomas

7-1-1

10-4-9

6-3-0

DNP

8-1-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

35-3-1

1-3-1

DNP

7-11-2

DNP

0-4-2

DNP

at. Southeastern

0-4-2

8-3-12

15-10-2

0-0-1

11-4-0

0-1-0

2-0-1

DNP

23-5-2

0-4-1

4-0-0

16-7-1

DNP

11-4-0

0-0-0

vs. Southeastern

0-0-2

15-1-9

8-4-2

0-0-1

13-1-4

0-1-0

6-2-0

DNP

18-2-2

12-6-0

0-1-0

7-10-2

DNP

14-3-0

0-0-0

vs. St. Thomas

0-0-1

23-4-5

8-7-6

DNP

12-2-1

DNP

DNP

DNP

13-3-1

12-7-1

DNP

14-5-2

DNP

11-2-1

DNP

vs. Embry-Riddle

0-0-0

26-7-6

7-6-1

0-0-0

0-0-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

13-9-1

2-3-0

DNP

21-4-0

DNP

12-3-1

DNP

vs. Ozarks

0-1-0

8-0-2

5-4-3

DNP

0-0-0

DNP

DNP

DNP

12-4-1

2-5-0

DNP

12-10-1

DNP

10-4-0

DNP

Opponent

15

21

23

24

32

33

34

MCDUFFIE DOUMBE JAMES LOCKHART DERLAND HORSTMANN DOROSHKOV

2013 — 2014 NORTHWOOD MEN’S BASKETBALL


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL

PROUD SPONSORS OF THE NORTHWOOD MEN’S BASKETBALL PROGRAM

S E A H AW K S . G O N O R T H W O O D . C O M


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL Northwood Game Highs POINTS

FG MADE

FG ATT

FG PCT

3PT FG MADE

3PT FG ATT

3PT FG PCT

FT MADE

FT ATT

FT PCT

REBOUNDS

ASSISTS

STEALS

BLOCKS

TURNOVERS

FOULS

Northwood Game Lows

113 106 105 46 40

BS-Virgin Islands (11/24/12) Valor Christian (12/29/12) Johnson & Wales (12/1/12) BS-Virgin Islands (11/24/12) Valor Christian (12/29/12)

37 74 72 71 71 .667 (46-69) .585 (31-53) .581 (36-62) 14 14 13 13 30 28 26 26 .647 (11-17) .588 (10-17) .571 (8-14) 29 25 23 41 32 32 .906 (29-32) .882 (15-17) .875 (21-24) 55 50 47 33 29 26 18 13 11 6 6 6 21 19 18 18 25 23 23 23

Johnson & Wales (12/1/12) Valor Christian (12/29/12) Trinity (11/10/12) Edward Waters (12/15/12) Webber International (1/12/13) BS-Virgin Islands (11/24/12) St. Thomas (2/25/13) McPherson (12/30/12) McPherson (12/30/12) Webber International (1/12/13) BS-Virgin Islands (11/24/12) Truett-McConnell (12/18/12) Webber International (1/12/13) McPherson (12/30/12) Carthage (12/17/12) Truett-McConnell (12/18/12) Southeastern (2/23/12) St. Thomas (2/25/13) Concordia (1/5/13) St. Thomas (2/16/13) PR-Cayey (11/23/12) Johnson & Wales (11/28/12) PR-Cayey (11/23/12) St. Thomas (1/17/13) St. Thomas (2/16/13) St. Thomas (2/16/13) McPherson (12/30/12) St. Thomas (2/25/13) DeVry (12/11/12) Valor Christian (12/29/12) Three Times BS-Virgin Islands (11/24/12) Trinity (11/10/12) Carthage (12/17/12) DeVry (11/26/12) Valor Christian (12/29/12) Four Times Trinity (11/10/12) Edward Waters (12/15/12) Valor Christian (12/29/12) Ave Maria (1/30/13) St. Thomas (1/17/13) Valor Christian (12/29/12) Webber International (2/9/13) Webber International (1/12/13) Trinity (11/10/12) Ave Maria (12/5/12) Valor Christian (12/29/12)

POINTS

FG MADE

FG ATT

FG PCT

3PT FG MADE

3PT FG ATT

3PT FG PCT

FT MADE

FT ATT

FT PCT

REBOUNDS

ASSISTS

STEALS

BLOCKS

TURNOVERS

FOULS

2013 — 2014 NORTHWOOD MEN’S BASKETBALL

49 65 71 18 23

Ozarks (3/6/13) Embry-Riddle (1/26/13) Florida Memorial (2/6/13) Ozarks (3/6/13) St. Thomas (2/26/13)

24 50 50 53 53 .327 (18-55) .366 (26-71) .414 (29-70) 3 4 4 4 11 12 14 .200 (4-20) .261 (6-23) .267 (4-15) 7 7 7 9 11 12 12 .571 (8-14) .583 (7-12) .610 (25-41) 24 28 30 7 9 9 2 3 4 0 0 0 0 6 7 7 6 7 10

Three Times Florida Memorial (2/6/13) St. Thomas (2/16/13) St. Thomas (1/17/13) St. Thomas (2/25/13) Ozarks (3/6/13) Webber Int'l (1/12/13) Embry-Riddle (2/26/13) Florida Memorial (2/6/13) Valor Christian (12/29/12) Warner (1/15/13) Palm Beach Atl. (2/4/13) Florida Memorial (2/6/13) Warner (1/15/13) Concordia (1/5/13) Palm Beach Atl. (2/4/13) Ozarks (3/6/13) Valor Christian (12/29/12) Edward Waters (12/15/12) Embry-Riddle (1/26/13) Ozarks (3/6/13) Ozarks (3/6/13) Edward Waters (12/15/12) BS-Virgin Islands (11/24/12) Embry-Riddle (1/26/13) Southeastern (2/20/13) Embry-Riddle (1/26/13) PR-Cayey (11/23/12) Embry-Riddle (12/1/12) Ozarks (3/6/13) St. Thomas (2/25/13) Ozarks (3/6/13) Embry-Riddle (12/1/12) Embry-Riddle (2/26/13) St. Thomas (1/17/13) St. Thomas (2/16/13) St. Thomas (2/25/13) Ave Maria (1/30/13) Webber International (2/9/13) St. Thomas (2/16/13) Ozarks (3/6/13) Carthage (12/17/12) Warner (1/15/13) Embry-Riddle (1/26/13) DeVry (11/26/12) St. Thomas (2/25/13) Florida Memorial (2/6/13)


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL

POINTS

G

Pts

Pts/G

3-PT FG ATT.

G

ATT

Att/G

REBOUND AVG.

G

Reb

Avg/G

James, Ra'Shad

32

736

23.0

Parks, Tracy

33

124

3.8

Doumbe, Masse

11

115

10.5

Davis, Tyrone

30

356

11.9

James, Ra'Shad

32

120

3.8

Horstmann, Pat

26

183

7.0

Parks, Tracy

33

314

9.5

Agne, Thierno

24

108

4.5

James, Ra'Shad

32

218

6.8

O'Keefe, Dan

32

284

8.9

O'Keefe, Dan

32

76

2.4

O'Keefe, Dan

32

181

5.7

Horstmann, Pat

26

259

10.0

Horstmann, Pat

26

67

2.6

Lockhart, Jake

26

139

5.3

SCORING AVG

G

Pts

Avg/G

3-PT FG MADE

G

Made

Made/G

ASSISTS

G

No.

Ast/G

James, Ra'Shad

32

736

23.0

Agne, Thierno

24

50

2.08

Davis, Tyrone

30

236

7.9

Doumbe, Masse

11

212

19.3

James, Ra'Shad

32

50

1.6

James, Ra'Shad

32

81

2.5

Davis, Tyrone

30

356

11.9

Parks, Tracy

33

48

1.5

Newton, Mike

34

74

2.2

Horstmann, Pat

26

259

10.0

Horstmann, Pat

26

37

1.4

O'Keefe, Dan

32

44

1.4

Parks, Tracy

33

314

9.5

O'Keefe, Dan

32

36

1.1

Parks, Tracy

33

43

1.3

FG

ATT

Pct

FT PCT (45 Att.)

FT

ATT

Pct

STEALS

G

No.

Stl/G

James, Ra'Shad

252

458

.550

O'Keefe, Dan

42

50

.840

Davis, Tyrone

30

69

2.3

Doumbe, Masse

75

144

.521

Davis, Tyrone

100

129

.775

James, Ra'Shad

32

48

1.5

Agne, Thierno

76

159

.478

James, Ra'Shad

182

235

.774

Newton, Mike

34

31

0.9

Davis, Tyrone

122

258

.473

Horstmann, Pat

36

47

.766

O'Keefe, Dan

32

24

0.8

Horstmann, Pat

93

198

.470

Doumbe, Masse

41

55

.745

Parks, Tracy

33

20

0.6

FG MADE

G

Made

Made/G

FT MADE

G

Made

Made/G

BLOCKS

G

No.

Blk/G

James, Ra'Shad

32

252

7.9

James, Ra'Shad

32

182

5.7

O'Keefe, Dan

32

33

1.03

Davis, Tyrone

30

122

4.1

Davis, Tyrone

30

100

3.3

Agne, Thierno

24

12

0.5

Parks, Tracy

33

121

3.7

O'Keefe, Dan

32

42

1.3

Derland, Texas

24

11

0.5

O'Keefe, Dan

32

103

3.2

Doumbe, Masse

11

41

3.7

Horstmann, Pat

26

10

0.4

Horstmann, Pat

26

93

3.6

Horstmann, Pat

26

36

1.4

Doumbe, Masse

11

10

0.9

3FG

ATT

Pct

REBOUNDS

G

Reb

Reb/G

MINUTES

G

Min.

Min/G

Horstmann, Pat

37

67

.552

James, Ra'Shad

32

218

6.8

O’Keefe, Dan

32

983

30.7

O'Keefe, Dan

36

76

.474

Horstmann, Pat

26

183

7.0

Davis, Tyrone

30

970

32.3

Doumbe, Masse

21

45

.467

O'Keefe, Dan

32

181

5.7

James, Ra’Shad

32

964

30.1

Agne, Thierno

50

108

.463

Lockhart, Jake

26

139

5.3

Horstmann, Pat

26

709

27.3

James, Ra'Shad

50

120

.417

Doumbe, Masse

11

115

10.5

Parks, Tracy

33

669

20.3

FG PCT

3-PT PCT

(125 Att.)

(20 Att.)

S E A H AW K S . G O N O R T H W O O D . C O M


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL

Season 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

G-S 34-14 37-35 38-37 24-17

Min-Avg 855-25.1 1078-29.1 1065-28.0 625-26.0

FG-A 89-219 131-278 115-245 76-159

Pct .406 .471 .469 .478

3PT-A 59-154 73-163 64-153 50-108

Pct .383 .448 .418 .463

FT-A 48-57 39-53 39-47 16-Dec

Pct Reb-Avg PF .842 126-3.7 70 .736 154-4.2 86 .830 196-5.2 98 .750 89-3.7 57

A 50 74 63 21

TO 24 51 48 18

BLK 8 16 13 12

STL Pts-Avg 23 285-8.4 30 374-10.1 31 333-8.8 19 214-8.9

Season G-S 2009-10 34-6 2010-11 35-1 2011-12 38-38 2012-13 30-30

Min-Avg 634-18.6 762-21.8 1119-29.4 970-32.3

FG-A 49-122 52-112 94-184 122-258

Pct .402 .464 .511 .473

3PT-A 3-15 5-16 14-43 12-43

Pct .200 .313 .326 .279

FT-A 60-86 41-52 54-76 100-129

Pct Reb-Avg PF .698 36-1.1 63 .788 67-1.9 75 .711 101-2.7 87 .775 85-2.8 64

A 123 172 281 236

TO 59 65 72 93

BLK 1 2 1 3

STL Pts-Avg 65 161-4.7 75 150-4.3 110 256-6.7 69 356-11.9

Season 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

G-S 30-0 31-0

Min-Avg 216-7.2 209-6.7

FG-A 17-47 18-33

Pct .362 .545

3PT-A 0-0 0-0

Pct 0.000 0.000

FT-A Pct Reb-Avg PF 20-32 .625 64-2.1 30 26-Oct .385 34-1.1 37 Did Not Play

A 6 5

TO 21 17

BLK 5 10

STL 3 5

Season G-S 2011-12 32-32 2012-13 11-11

Min-Avg 975-30.5 318-28.9

FG-A 173-349 75-144

Pct 0.5 0.52

3PT-A 45-93 21-45

Pct .484 .467

FT-A Pct Reb-Avg PF 146-173 .844 223-7.0 93 41-55 .745 115-10.5 21

A 34 24

TO 70 23

BLK 46 10

STL Pts-Avg 51 537-16.8 21 212-19.3

Season 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

G-S 34-34 36-35 36-36 26-22

Min-Avg 1108-32.6 1113-30.9 1123-31.2 708-27.2

FG-A 137-292 155-337 166-315 93-198

Pct .469 .460 .527 .470

3PT-A 48-114 20-77 25-60 37-67

Pct .421 .260 .417 .552

FT-A 59-76 91-120 83-120 36-47

Pct Reb-Avg PF .776 316-9.3 98 .758 361-10.0 97 .692 294-8.2 112 .766 183-7.0 69

A 68 58 33 31

TO 66 71 55 40

BLK 20 15 26 10

STL 36 33 29 16

Season G-S 2012-13 32-32

Min-Avg 963-30.1

FG-A 252-458

Pct .550

3PT-A 50-120

Pct .417

FT-A Pct Reb-Avg PF 182-235 .774 218-6.8 61

A 81

TO 62

BLK 6

STL Pts-Avg 48 736-23.0

Season G-S 2012-13 32-32

Min-Avg 982-30.7

FG-A 103-221

Pct .466

3PT-A 36-76

Pct 0.47

Pct Reb-Avg PF .840 181-5.7 70

A 44

TO 38

BLK 33

STL 24

Pts-Avg 284-8.9

Season 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

G-S

Min-Avg

FG-A

Pct

3PT-A

Pct

A

TO

BLK

STL

Pts-Avg

38-2 33-8

605-15.9 668-20.2

109-222 121-261

.491 .464

55-123 48-124

FT-A Pct Reb-Avg PF Did Not Play .447 23-32 .719 66-1.7 19 .387 24-32 .750 69-2.1 38

40 43

23 41

0 1

27 20

296-7.8 314-9.5

FT-A 42-50

2013 — 2014 NORTHWOOD MEN’S BASKETBALL

Pts-Avg 54-1.8 46-1.5

Pts-Avg 381-11.2 421-11.7 440-12.2 259-10.0


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL JONATHAN DUNN - 1,635 Points Year 2010-11 2011-12 Totals

G 37 37 74

FG-FGA 288-578 263-508 551-1086

Pct. .498 .518 .507

3FG-3FGA 92-226 74-203 166-429

Pct. .407 .365 .386

FT-FTA 187-228 180-227 367-455

Pct .820 .793 .806

TP 855 780 1635

Avg. 23.1 21.1 22.1

Pct. .469 .460 .527 .470 .482

3FG-3FGA 48-114 20-77 25-60 37-67 130-318

Pct. .421 .260 .417 .552 .408

FT-FTA 59-76 91-120 83-120 36-47 269-363

Pct .776 .758 .692 .766 .741

TP 381 421 440 259 1501

Avg. 11.2 11.7 12.2 10.0 11.4

Pct. .500 .496 .521 .504

3FG-3FGA 16-54 19-73 32-66 67-193

Pct. .296 .260 .485 .347

FT-FTA 93-122 65-84 84-110 242-316

Pct .762 .774 .764 .766

TP 479 416 360 1255

Avg. 15.0 13.0 12.9 13.6

Pct. .406 .471 .469 .478 .456

3FG-3FGA 59-154 73-163 64-153 50-108 246-578

Pct. .383 .448 .418 .463 .426

FT-FTA 48-57 39-53 39-47 12-16 138-173

Pct .842 .736 .830 .750 .798

TP 285 374 333 214 1206

Avg. 8.4 10.1 8.8 8.9 9.1

Pct. .508 .522 .515

3FG-3FGA 59-158 19-61 78-219

Pct. .373 .311 .356

FT-FTA 93-122 135-176 228-298

Pct .762 .767 .765

TP 580 558 1138

Avg. 17.6 19.2 18.4

Pct. .464 .486 .476

3FG-3FGA 31-96 53-146 84-242

Pct. .323 .363 .347

FT-FTA 99-123 94-132 193-255

Pct .805 .712 .757

TP 464 555 1019

Avg. 15.0 16.3 15.7

Pct. .373 .444 .458 .437 .432

3FG-3FGA 38-115 50-123 72-167 50-138 210-543

Pct. .330 .407 .431 .362 .387

FT-FTA 19-28 16-18 37-46 36-53 108-145

Pct .679 .889 .804 .679 .745

TP 175 226 327 288 1016

Avg. 5.5 6.8 10.2 7.6 7.5

PATRICK HORSTMANN - 1,501 Points Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Totals

G 34 36 36 26 132

FG-FGA 137-292 155-337 166-315 93-198 551-1142

BAREE WARD - 1,255 Points Year 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

G 32 32 28 92

FG-FGA 185-370 166-335 122-234 473-939

THIERNO AGNE - 1,206 Points Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Totals

G 34 37 38 24 133

FG-FGA 89-219 131-278 115-245 76-159 411-901

DESEAN WHITE - 1,138 Points Year 2007-08 2008-09 Totals

G 33 29 62

FG-FGA 214-421 202-387 416-808

MARVIN OWENS - 1,019 Points Year 2006-07 2007-08 Totals

G 31 34 65

FG-FGA 167-360 204-420 371-780

NOAH KEETON - 1,016 Points Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Totals

G 32 33 32 38 135

FG-FGA 59-158 80-180 109-238 101-231 349-807

S E A H AW K S . G O N O R T H W O O D . C O M


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL

2013 — 2014 NORTHWOOD MEN’S BASKETBALL


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL Season 2006-07

Opponent First Round vs. Oregon Tech

Result L, 72-90

2007-08

First Round vs. Bluefield (Va.) Sweet 16 vs. Walsh (Ohio) Elite 8 vs. Northwestern (Iowa)

W, 88-86 W, 66-59 L, 70-96

2008-09

First Round vs. Sterling (Tenn.) Sweet 16 vs. Eastern Oregon

W, 75-72 L, 66-82

2009-10

First Round vs. Spring Arbor

L, 57-58

2010-11

First Round vs. Fisher (Mass.) Sweet 16 vs. Dakota Wesleyan (S.D) Elite 8 vs. Oklahoma Wesleyan Final 4 vs. Cornerstone (Mich.)

W, 91-64 W, 65-58 W, 83-59 L, 53-83

2011-12

First Round vs. College of the Ozarks Sweet 16 vs. Marian (Ind.) Elite 8 vs. Northwest (Wash.) Final Four vs. McPherson (Kan.) National Championship vs. Oregon Tech

W, 67-50 W, 62-54 W, 77-50 W, 76-56 L, 46-63

2012-13

First Round vs. College of the Ozarks

L, 46-57

S E A H AW K S . G O N O R T H W O O D . C O M


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL Team Points 91, Fisher (Mass.) (2011 First Round) 88, Bluefield (Va.) (2008 First Round) 86, Oklahoma Wesleyan (2011 Elite 8) 77, Northwest (Wash.) (2012 Elite 8) 76, McPherson (Kan.) (2012 Final Four) Win Margin +27 Fisher (Mass.) (2011 First Round) [91-64] +27 Oklahoma Wesleyan (2011 Elite 8) [86-59] +27 Northwest (Wash.) (2012 Elite 8) [77-50] +20 McPherson (Kan.) (2012 Final 4) [76-56] +17 Ozarks (Mo.) (2012 First Round) [67-50] Individual Points 31 Jon Dunn 25 Jon Dunn 23 Cory McJimson 23 Jon Dunn 20 Three Times

vs. McPherson (2012 Final 4) vs. Fisher (Mass.) (2011 First Round) vs. Oregon Tech (2007 First Round) vs. Marian (Ind.) (2012 Sweet 16)

Field Goals 10 Cory McJimson 10 Jon Dunn 9 Baree Ward 9 Jon Dunn 9 Jon Dunn

vs. Oregon Tech (2007 First Round) [19 Att.] vs. McPherson (Kan.) (2012 Final 4) [18 Att.] vs. Oregon Tech (2007 First Round) [17 Att.] vs. Fisher (Mass.) (2011 First Round) [16 Att.] vs. Marian (Ind.) (2012 Sweet 16) [17 Att.]

Field Goal Attempts 19 Cory McJimson 18 Jon Dunn 18 Jon Dunn 17 Baree Ward 17 Jon Dunn

vs. Oregon Tech (2007 First Round) [10 Made] vs. Dakota Wesleyan (2011 Sweet 16) [7 Made] vs. McPherson (Kan.) (2012 Final 4) [10 Made] vs. Oregon Tech (2007 First Round) [9 Made] vs. Marian (Ind.) (2012 Sweet 16) [9 Made]

Field Goal Percentage (Min. 6 Attempts) 1.000 Thierno Agne vs. Ozarks (Mo.) (2012 First Round) [6-6] .727 Jon Dunn vs. Oklahoma Wesleyan (2011 Elite 8) [8-11] .727 Tyrone Davis vs. Oregon Tech (2012 Championship) [8-11] .714 Brad Haugabrook vs. Bluefield (Va.) (2008 First Round) [5-7] .667 Baree Ward vs. Sterling (Tenn.) (2009 First Round) [8-12] 3-Point Field Goals 5 Thierno Agne 4 Jon Dunn 4 Thierno Agne 3 Six Times

vs. Oklahoma Wesleyan (2011 Elite 8) [8 Att.] vs. Oklahoma Wesleyan (2011 Elite 8) [4 Att.] vs. Ozarks (Mo.) (2012 First Round) [4 Att.]

3-Point Field Goals Attempted 9 Jon Dunn vs. Marian (Ind.) (2012 Sweet 16) [3 Made] 8 Thierno Agne vs. Oklahoma Wesleyan (2011 Elite 8) [5 Made] Chad Radose7 vich vs. Northwestern (2008 Elite 8) [2 Made] vs. Spring Arbor (Mich.) (2012 First Round) [3 7 Jay Duncan Made] 7 Noah Keeton vs. Cornerstone (2011 Final 4) [1 Made] 7 Jon Dunn vs. McPherson (Kan.) (2012 Final 4) [2 Made] 7 Jon Dunn vs. Oregon Tech (2012 Championship) [0 Made]

3-Point Field Goal Percentage (Min. 5 Atts.) .800 Jon Dunn vs. Oklahoma Wesleyan (2011 Elite 8) [4-5] .625 Thierno Agne vs. Oklahoma Wesleyan (2011 Elite 8) [5-8] .600 Chad Radosevich vs. Walsh (2008 Sweet 16) [3-5] .600 Noah Keeton vs. Dakota Wesleyan (2011 Sweet 16) [3-5] .500 Noah Keeton vs. Fisher (Mass.) (2011 First Round) [3-6] Free Throws 9 Jon Dunn vs. McPherson (Kan.) (2012 Final 4) [10 Att.] 8 Seven Ezumba vs. Bluefield (Va.) (2008 First Round) [9 Att.] 8 Tyrone Davis vs. Oklahoma Wesleyan (2011 Elite 8) [8 Att.] 7 Augustine Okosun vs. Sterling (Tenn.) (2009 First Round) [9 Att.] 6 Lester Hunte vs. Eastern Oregon (2009 Sweet 16) [7 Att.] 6 Jon Dunn vs. Fisher (Mass.) (2011 First Round) [7 Att.] Free Throw Attempts 10 Jon Dunn vs. McPherson (Kan.) (2012 Final 4) [9 Made] 9 Seven Ezumba vs. Bluefield (Va.) (2008 First Round) [8 Made] 9 Augustine Okosun vs. Sterling (Tenn.) (2009 First Round) [5 Made] 9 Patrick Horstmann vs. Oklahoma Wesleyan (2011 Elite 8) [5 Made] 8 Tyrone Davis vs. Oklahoma Wesleyan (2011 Elite 8) [8 Made] Free Throw Percentage 1.000 Tyrone Davis .900 Jon Dunn .889 Seven Ezumba .857 Lester Hunte .857 Jon Dunn .857 Masse Doumbe

vs. Oklahoma Wesleyan (2011 Elite 8) [8-8] vs. McPherson (Kan.) (2012 Final 4) [9-10] vs. Bluefield (Va.) (2008 First Round) [8-9] vs. Eastern Oregon (2009 Sweet 16) [6-7] vs. Fisher (Mass.) (2011 First Round) [6-7] vs. Northwest (Wash.) (2012 Elite 8) [6-7]

Rebounds 20 Seven Ezumba 14 Patrick Horstmann 13 Patrick Horstmann 11 DeSean White 11 Augustine Okosun 11 Patrick Horstmann

vs. Bluefield (Va.) (2008 First Round) vs. Spring Arbor (Mich.) (2010 First Round) vs. Dakota Wesleyan (2011 Sweet 16) vs. Eastern Oregon (2009 Sweet 16) vs. Sterling (Tenn.) (2009 First Round) vs. Marian (Ind.) (2012 Sweet 16)

Assists 8 Tyrone Davis 7 Tyrone Davis Baree 6 Ward 6 Melvin Calhoun 6 Tyrone Davis 6 Tyrone Davis

vs. Fisher (Mass.) (2011 First Round) vs. Oklahoma Wesleyan (2011 Elite 8) vs. Bluefield (Va.) (2008 First Round) vs. Spring Arbor (Mich.) (2010 First Round) vs. Dakota Wesleyan (2011 Sweet 16) vs. Ozarks (Mo.) (2012 First Round)

Blocks 4 Augustine Okosun vs. Eastern Oregon (2009 Sweet 16) 3 Augustine Okosun vs. Sterling (Tenn.) (2009 First Round) 2 (Eight Times) Steals 6 Tyrone Davis 5 Tyrone Davis 4 Baree Ward 4 Tyrone Davis 4 Tyrone Davis

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vs. Ozarks (Mo.) (2012 First Round) vs. Ozarks (Mo.) (2013 First Round) vs. Walsh (Ohio) (2008 Sweet 16) vs. Fisher (Mass.) (2011 First Round) vs. Dakota Wesleyan (2011 Sweet 16)


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL

AVE MARIA UNIVERSITY

EMBRY-RIDDLE UNIVERSITY

WARNER UNIVERSITY

FLORIDA MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY

JOHNSON & WALES UNIVERSITY

ST. THOMAS UNIVERSITY

WEBBER INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY

SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY Northwood Sun Conference Tournament History 2006-07

L, Semifinals vs. Embry-Riddle

73-75

2007-08

W, Quarterfinals vs. St. Thomas L, Semifinals vs. Edward Waters

2008-09

L, Quarterfinals vs. Edward Waters

56-68

2009-10

W, Quarterfinals vs. Edward Waters W, Semifinals vs. Warner L, Finals vs. Embry-Riddle

84-68 76-74 53-55

2010-11

W, Quarterfinals vs. Southeastern W, Semifinals vs. Florida Memorial L, Finals vs. Embry-Riddle

77-65 72-61 69-70 (OT)

2011-12

W, Quarterfinals vs. Webber Int’l W, Semifinals vs. Embry-Riddle W, Finals vs. Warner

88-86(OT) 66-74

106-84 80-64 77-68

Sun Conference Regular Season Champions 2006-07 Northwood (9-3, 23-9) 2007-08 Northwood (12-2, 27-8) 2008-09 Northwood (11-3, 27-6) 2009-10 Embry-Riddle (14-2, 27-7) 2010-11 Northwood (16-0, 33-4) 2011-12 Northwood (14-2, 34-4) St. Thomas (14-2, 22-7) 2012-13 Northwood (14-2, 30-4)

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

S E A H AW K S . G O N O R T H W O O D . C O M

Sun Conference Tournament Champions Florida Memorial def. Embry-Riddle, 61-59 Edward Waters def. Embry-Riddle, 82-75 St. Thomas def. Embry-Riddle, 74-70 Embry-Riddle def. Northwood, 55-53 Embry-Riddle def. Northwood, 70-69 (OT) Northwood def. Warner, 77-68 Embry-Riddle def. Northwood, 91-81 (2OT)


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PLAY-IN GAME

FIRST ROUND

SEMI-FINALS

CHAMPIONSHIP

#1 Northwood 93 #1 Northwood 93 #8 Southeastern 76 #8 Southeastern 66 #9 Johnson & Wales 67 #1 Northwood 81 #4 Ave Maria 75 #5 St. Thomas 86 # St. Thomas 88 #3 Embry-Riddle #3 Embry-Riddle 87

CHAMPIONS

#3 Embry Riddle 79 #6 Warner 75 #3 Embry-Riddle 91 #2 Webber International 71 #2 Webber International 78 #7 Florida Memorial 60

Team

TSC

PCT

All

Pct.

Postseason

Northwood

14-2

.875

30-4

.882

NAIA First Round

Webber International

10-6

.625

16-12

.571

Embry-Riddle

9-7

.563

25-9

.735

NAIA First Round

Ave Maria

9-7

.563

23-9

.719

USCCA Semi-Finals

St. Thomas

9-7

.563

21-12

.636

NAIA Second Round

Warner

7-9 6-10 5-11 3-13

.438 .375 .313 .188

18-13 9-17 15-17 11-18

.581 .346 .469 .379

Florida Memorial Southeastern Johnson & Wales

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2006-07

GP

FG-FGA

FG% 3FG-3FGA 3FG% FT-FTA FT%

Reb-Avg.

PF

A

TO

Blk

Stl

Pts

Avg.

32

941-1993

47.2

192-551

34.8 509-702 72.5

1215-38.0

600 461 515

117

285

2583

80.7

35

1036-2170

47.7

254-718

35.4 479-674 71.1

1322-37.8

633 505 527

133

327

2805

80.1

33

881-1858

47.4

207-585

35.4 573-811 70.7

1366-41.4

567 496 595

145

250

2542

77

34

896-1908

47.0

277-740

37.4 505-716 70.5

1199-35.3

633 572 469

80

322

2574

75.7

37

1019-2131

47.8

329-808

40.7 596-786 75.8

1445-39.1

668 634 541

85

329

2963

80.1

38

1107-2239

49.4

335-846

39.6 599-795 75.3

1278-33.6

639 630 473

113

361

3148

82.8

34

1044-2122

49.2

288-681

42.3 536-719 74.5

1321-38.9

552 614 445

95

281

2912

85.6

(23-9) 2007-08 (27-8) 2008-09 (27-6) 2009-10 (27-7) 2010-11 (33-4) 2011-12 (34-4) 2012-13 (30-4)

Year

Preseason

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

2006-07

-

-

-

22

19

23

-

-

RV

RV

23

10/23-3/20

2007-08

15

24

20

23

18

RV

RV

23

16

13

12

10/24-3/19

2008-09

4

3

3

3

4

4

6

4

10

8

7

2009-10

21

6

3

4

3

10

14

14

14

13

11

2010-11

12

11

10

10

10

5

2

2

2

1

1

2

2011-12

1

2

2

1

1u

1u

2

1u

1u

2

1

1

2

10/31-2/27

2012-13

1u

1u

4

5

3

10

7

6

4

4

3

3

6

11/1-2/21

S E A H AW K S . G O N O R T H W O O D . C O M

F

Postseason

9

Dates

10/25-3/2 10/26-2/22 10/27-3/4


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The Home of the

TEAM Points/Game

110 110 Points/Half 63 (1st) Margin of Victory 75 Field Goals 48 Field Goals Attempted 86 Field Goal Percentage .648 3-Point Field Goals 18 18 3-Point Field Goals Attempted 35 3-Point Field Goal Percentage .647 Free Throws 37 Free Throws Attempted 51 Free Throw Percentage 1.000 Rebounds 62 Assists 34 Turnovers 27 Blocks 11 11 Steals 24 Fouls 29

vs. Clearwater Christian (12/8/07) vs. Trinity College (11/19/10) vs. Crown (11/12/09) vs. Crown (11/12/09) [109-34] vs. Trinity College (11/11/11) vs. Trinity College (11/11/11) vs. Florida Christian (12/9/08) [35-54] vs. Bethel (Ind.) (12/29/07) vs. Johnson & Wales (Fla.) (2/9/10) vs. Bethel (Ind.) (12/29/07) vs. Southeastern (Fla.) (2/23/13) [11-17] vs. St. Thomas (Fla.) (11/26/11) vs. St. Thomas (Fla.) (11/26/11) vs. Warner University (02/12/11) [15-15] vs. Trinity College (11/19/10) vs. Crown (11/12/09) (3 Times) vs. Webber International (2/14/07) vs. St. Thomas (Fla.) (2/7/09) vs. Crown (11/12/09) vs. Warner University (1/19/08)

Countess de Hoernle Student Life Center Year-By-Year Results Overall

Sun Conference

Year

W-L

Pct.

W-L

Pct.

2006-07

16-5

.762

6-1

.857

2007-08

16-4

.800

6-1

.857

2008-09

18-2

.900

6-1

.857

2009-10

19-1

.950

7-1

.875

2010-11

18-3

.857

8-0

1.000

2011-12

19-1

.950

7-1

.875

2012-13

22-1

.957

8-0

1.000

Overall

128-17

.883

48-5

.906

INDIVIDUAL Points Field Goals Field Goal Attempted 3-Point Field Goals

FIRST GAME: NOVEMBER 11, 2006 VS. VILLANOVA

39 16 27 6 6 14 15 17 21 15 11 7

3-Point Field Goals Attempted Free Throws Free Throws Attempted Rebounds Assists Blocks Steals

Ra'Shad James vs. Carthage (12/17/12) Ra'Shad James vs. Carthage (12/17/12) Masse Doumbe vs. Edward Waters College (12/15/12) Chad Radosevich vs. Clearwater Christian (1/5/07) Noah Keeton vs. Johnson & Wales (Fla.) (2/9/10) Chad Radosevich vs. College of Bahamas (11/26/06) Marvin Owens vs. Edward Waters College (1/20/07) Marvin Owens vs. Edward Waters College (1/20/07) Ayo Adigun vs. Medicine Hat (1/3/07) Tyrone Davis vs. Trinity College (11/10/12) Augustine Okosun vs. St. Thomas (Fla.) (2/7/09) Tyrone Davis vs. Webber International (11/30/11)

MISCELLANEOUS Win-Loss Most Combined Points Most Wins in a Season Most Losses in a Season Longest Win Streak Number of 100-Point Games

128-17 190 22 5 30 18

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.883 vs. Webber International (2/21/12) [106-84] 2012-2013 2006-2007 2/18/12 - 2/25/13


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(74 Games) (132 Games) (92 Games) (133 Games) (62 Games) (65 Games) (135 Games) (137 Games) (59 Games) (43 Games)

2010-2012 2009-2013 2006-2010 2009-2013 2007-2009 2006-2008 2008-2012 2009-2013 2008-2010 2011-2013

FREE THROWS MADE 1. 367 Jon Dunn 2. 269 Patrick Horstmann 3. 255 Tyrone Davis 4. 242 Baree Ward 5. 228 DeSean White 6. 206 Seven Ezumba 7. 193 Marvin Owens 8. 187 Masse Doumbe 9. 182 Ra’Shad James 10. 164 Lester Hunte

SCORING AVERAGE (MIN. 10 GAMES) 1. 23.0 Ra’Shad James (32 Games) 2. 22.1 Jon Dunn (74 Games) 3. 18.4 DeSean White (62 Games) 4. 17.4 Masse Doumbe (43 Games) 5. 15.9 Cory McJimson (32 Games) 6. 15.7 Marvin Owens (65 Games) 7. 13.6 Baree Ward (92 Games) 8. 13.3 Lester Hunte (59 Games) 9. 11.4 Patrick Horstmann (132 Games) 10. 10.8 Darel Lucas (31 Games)

2012-2013 2010-2012 2007-2009 2011-2013 2006-2007 2006-2008 2006-2010 2008-2010 2009-2013 2006-2007

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (MIN. 125 ATT.) 1. .820 Masse Doumbe (187-228) 2011-2013 2. .807 Jon Dunn (367-455) 2010-2012 3. .798 Thierno Agne (138-173) 2009-2013 4. .774 Ra’Shad James (182-235) 2012-2013 5. .766 Baree Ward (242-316) 2006-2010 6. .765 DeSean White (228-298) 2007-2009 7. .757 Marvin Owens (193-255) 2006-2008 8. .756 Lester Hunte (164-217) 2008-2010 9. .743 Tyrone Davis (255-343) 2009-2013 10. .741 Patrick Horstmann (269-363) 2009-2013

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 551 Jon Dunn 551 Patrick Horstmann 3. 473 Baree Ward 4. 416 DeSean White 5. 411 Thierno Agne 6. 371 Marvin Owens 7. 349 Noah Keeton 8. 317 Tyrone Davis 9. 283 Lester Hunte 10. 252 Ra’Shad James

2010-2012 2009-2013 2006-2010 2007-2009 2009-2013 2006-2008 2008-2012 2009-2013 2008-2010 2009-2013

REBOUNDS 1. 1,154 Patrick Horstmann 2. 574 DeSean White 3. 565 Thierno Agne 4. 422 Seven Ezumba 5. 404 Marvin Owens 6. 378 Courtney Walters 7. 346 Lester Hunte 8. 338 Masse Doumbe 9. 268 Jon Dunn 10. 265 Steve Ritzema

(132 Games) (62 Games) (133 Games) (64 Games) (65 Games) (69 Games) (59 Games) (43 Games) (74 Games) (109 Games)

2009-2013 2007-2009 2009-2013 2007-2009 2006-2008 2009-2011 2008-2010 2009-2013 2010-2012 2006-2010

BLOCKS 1. 87 Augustine Okosun 2. 71 Patrick Horstmann 3. 56 Masse Doumbe 4. 50 Marvin Owens 5. 49 Thierno Agne 6. 41 Courtney Walters 7. 40 DeSean White 8. 36 Seven Ezumba 9. 35 Steve Ritzema 10. 32 Seth Davis BLOCKING AVERAGE (MIN. 30 GAMES) 1. 2.64 Augustine Okosun (33 Games) 2. 1.44 Masse Doumbe (32 Games) 3. 1.10 Seth Davis (29 Games) 4. .77 Marvin Owens (65 Games) 5. .66 Jermaine Middleton (32 Games) 6. .65 DeSean White (62 Games) 7. .59 Courtney Walters (69 Games) 8. .56 Seven Ezumba (64 Games) 9. .54 Patrick Horstmann (132 Games) 10. .51 Lester Hunte (59 Games)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MIN. 100 MADE) 1. .626 Jeremy Barr (119-190) 2. .550 Ra’Shad James (252-458) 3. .549 Courtney Walters (135-246) 4. .546 Steve Ritzema (106-194 5. .533 Cory McJimson (186-349) 6. .515 DeSean White (416-808) 7. .507 Jon Dunn (551-1086) 8. .503 Masse Doumbe (248-493) 9. .500 Lester Hunte (283-566) 10. .493 Baree Ward (473-959)

2009-2010 2012-2013 2009-2011 2006-2010 2006-2007 2007-2009 2010-2012 2011-2013 2008-2010 2006-2010

REBOUNDING AVERAGE (MIN. 30 GAMES) 1. 9.3 DeSean White (62 Games) 2. 8.7 Patrick Horstmann (132 Games) 3. 7.9 Masse Doumbe (43 Games) 4. 7.5 Cory McJimson (32 Games) 5. 6.8 Ra’Shad James (32 Games) 6. 6.7 Augustine Okosun (32 Games) 7. 6.6 Seven Ezumba (64 Games) 8. 6.2 Marvin Owens (65 Games) 9. 5.9 Lester Hunte (59 Games) 10. 5.5 Courtney Walters (69 Games)

2007-2009 2009-2013 2011-2013 2006-2007 2012-2013 2008-2009 2007-2009 2006-2008 2008-2010 2009-2011

STEALS 1. 319 2. 132 3. 126 4. 114 5. 108 6. 103 7. 101 8. 97 9. 92 10. 72

3-POINT FG MADE 1. 246 Thierno Agne 2. 210 Noah Keeton 3. 166 Jon Dunn 4. 137 Chad Radosevich 5. 130 Patrick Horstmann 6. 84 Marvin Owens 7. 81 Jay Duncan 8. 78 DeSean White 9. 67 Baree Ward 10. 56 Lester Hunte

2009-2013 2008-2012 2010-2012 2006-2008 2009-2013 2006-2008 2008-2010 2007-2009 2006-2010 2008-2010

ASSISTS 1. 812 2. 355 3. 208 4. 194 5. 190 6. 163 7. 160 8. 158 9. 151 10. 124

2009-2013 2006-2010 2009-2013 2009-2011 2009-2013 2010-2012 2008-2010 2008-2012 2007-2009 2006-2008

STEALS AVERAGE (MIN. 30 GAMES) 1. 2.33 Tyrone Davis (137 Games) 2. 1.7 Masse Doumbe (43 Games) 3. 1.66 Marvin Owens (65 Games) 4. 1.64 Lester Hunte (59 Games) 5. 1.5 Cory McJimson (32 Games) 1.5 Ra’Shad James (32 Games) 7. 1.37 Baree Ward (92 Games) 8. 1.36 Jon Dunn (74 Games) 9. 1.31 Melvin Calhoun (70 Games) 10. 1.19 Darel Lucas (31 Games)

2009-2013 2011-2013 2006-2008 2008-2010 2006-2007 2012-2013 2006-2010 2010-2012 2009-2011 2006-2007

GAMES PLAYED 1. 137 Tyrone Davis 2. 135 Noah Keeton 3. 133 Thierno Agne 4. 132 Patrick Horstmann 5. 109 Steve Ritzema 6. 108 Justin Mitchell 7. 92 Baree Ward 8. 74 Jon Dunn 9. 70 Melvin Calhoun 10. 69 Courtney Walters

2009-2013 2008-2012 2009-2013 2009-2013 2006-2010 2008-2012 2006-2010 2010-2012 2009-2011 2009-2011

POINTS 1. 1,635 2. 1,501 3. 1,255 4. 1,201 5. 1,138 6. 1,019 7. 1,016 8. 923 9. 786 10. 749

Jon Dunn Patrick Horstmann Baree Ward Thierno Agne DeSean White Marvin Owens Noah Keeton Tyrone Davis Lester Hunte Masse Doumbe

(74 Games) (132) Games) (92 Games) (62 Games) (133 Games) (65 Games) (135 Games) (137 Games) (59 Games) (32 Games)

(133 Games) (135 Games) (74 Games) (67 Games) (132 Games) (65 Games) (62 Games) (62 Games) (92 Games) (59 Games)

3-POINT FG PERCENTAGE (MIN. 120 ATT.) 1. .426 Thierno Agne (246-578) 2. .417 Ra’Shad James (50-120) 3. .409 Patrick Horstmann (130-318) 4. .393 Jay Duncan (81-206) 5. .387 Noah Keeton (210-543) .387 Jon Dunn (166-429) 7. .377 Darel Lucas (49-130) 8. .371 Patrick Horstmann (93-251) 9. .363 Chad Radosevich (137-377) 10. .357 Melvin Calhoun (46-129)

2009-2013 2012-2013 2009-2013 2008-2010 2008-2012 2010-2012 2006-2007 2009-2013 2006-2008 2009-2011

(74 Games) (132 Games) (137 Games) (92 Games) (62 Games) (64 Games) (65 Games) (43 Games) (32 Games) (59 Games)

Tyrone Davis Baree Ward Thierno Agne Melvin Calhoun Thierno Agne Jon Dunn Jay Duncan Noah Keeton DeSean White Marvin Owens

Tyrone Davis

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2010-2012 2009-2013 2009-2013 2006-2010 2007-2009 2007-2009 2006-2008 2011-2013 2012-2013 2008-2010

ASSISTS AVERAGE (MIN. 30 GAMES) 1. 5.9 Tyrone Davis (137 Games) 2. 3.9 Baree Ward (92 Games) 3. 2.8 Melvin Calhoun (70 Games) 4. 2.6 Jay Duncan (62 Games) 5. 2.5 Ra’Shad James (32 Games) 6. 2.4 DeSean White (62 Games) 2.4 Brad Haugabrook (31 Games) 8. 2.2 Jay Duncan (33 Games) 9. 2.1 Darel Lucas (31 Games) 2.1 Lester Hunte (59 Games)

Tyrone Davis Noah Keeton Baree Ward Patrick Horstmann Marvin Owens Thierno Agne Jon Dunn Lester Hunte Melvin Calhoun Masse Doumbe

2009-2013 2006-2010 2009-2011 2008-2010 2012-2013 2007-2009 2007-2008 2008-2009 2006-2007 2008-2010 2008-2009 2009-2013 2011-2013 2006-2008 2009-2013 2009-2011 2007-2008 2007-2009 2006-2010 2006-2007 2008-2009 2011-2013 2006-2007 2006-2008 2007-2009 2007-2009 2009-2011 2007-2009 2009-2013 2008-2010 2009-2013 2008-2012 2006-2010 2009-2013 2006-2008 2009-2013 2010-2012 2008-2010 2009-2011 2011-2013


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL POINTS 1. 855 Jon Dunn (37 Games) 2. 780 Jon Dunn (37 Games) 3. 736 Ra'Shad James (32 Games) 4. 580 DeSean White (33 Games) 5. 558 DeSean White (29 Games) 6. 555 Marvin Owens (34 Games) 7. 537 Masse Doumbe (32 Games) 8. 508 Cory McJimson (32 Games) 9. 479 Baree Ward (32 Games) 10. 464 Marvin Owens (31 Games) SCORING AVERAGE (MIN. 10 GAMES) 1. 23.1 Jon Dunn (37 Games) 2. 23.0 Ra'Shad James (32 Games) 3. 21.1 Jon Dunn (37 Games) 4. 19.3 Mase Doumbe (11 Games) 5. 19.2 DeSean White (33 Games) 6. 17.6 DeSean White (33 Games) 7. 16.8 Masse Doumbe (32 Games) 8. 16.3 Marvin Owens (34 Games) 9. 15.9 Cory McJimson (32 Games) 10. 15.0 Two Times FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 288 Jon Dunn 2. 263 Jon Dunn 3. 252 Ra'Shad James 4. 214 DeSean White 5. 204 Marvin Owens 6. 202 DeSean White 7. 186 Cory McJimson 8. 185 Baree Ward 9. 173 Masse Doumbe 10. 166 Two Times FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 578 Jon Dunn 2. 508 Jon Dunn 3. 458 Ra'Shad James 4. 421 DeSean White 5. 420 Marvin Owens 6. 387 DeSean White 7. 370 Baree Ward 8. 360 Marvin Owens 9. 349 Cory McJimson 349 Masse Doumbe FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. .550 Ra'Shad James 2. .533 Cory McJimson 3. .527 Patrick Horstmann 4. .522 DeSean White 5. .521 Baree Ward 6. .518 Jon Dunn 7. .508 DeSean White 8. .500 Baree Ward 9. .500 Lester Hunte 10. .500 Lester Hunte 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 92 Jon Dunn 2. 74 Jon Dunn 3. 73 Thierno Agne 4. 72 Chad Radosevich 72 Noah Keeton 6. 65 Chad Radosevich 7. 64 Thierno Agne 8. 59 DeSean White 59 Thierno Agne 10. 55 Tracy Parks

2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2007-2008 2008-2009 2007-2008 2011-2012 2006-2007 2006-2007 2006-2007 2010-2011 2012-2013 2011-2012 2012-2013 2008-2009 2007-2008 2011-2012 2007-2008 2006-2007

(37 Games) (37 Games) (32 Games) (33 Games) (34 Games) (34 Games) (32 Games) (32 Games) (32 Games)

2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2007-2008 2007-2008 2008-2009 2006-2007 2006-2007 2011-2012

(37 Games) (37 Games) (32 Games) (33 Games) (34 Games) (33 Games) (32 Games) (31 Games) (32 Games) (32 Games)

2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2007-2008 2007-2008 2008-2009 2006-2007 2006-2007 2006-2007 2011-2012

(252-458) (186-349) (166-315) (202-387) (122-234) (263-508) (214-421) (185-370) (134-268) (149-298)

2012-2013 2006-2007 2011-2012 2008-2009 2008-2009 2011-2012 2007-2008 2006-2007 2008-2009 2009-2010

(37 Games) (37 Games) (37 Games) (35 Games) (32 Games) (35 Games) (38 Games) (33 Games) (34 Games) (38 Games)

2010-2011 2011-2012 2010-2011 2007-2008 2010-2011 2006-2007 2011-2012 2007-2008 2009-2010 2011-2012

3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTED 1. 226 Jon Dunn (37 Games) 2. 203 Jon Dunn (37 Games) 3. 194 Chad Radosevich (35 Games) 4. 183 Chad Radosevich (35 Games) 5. 167 Noah Keeton (32 Games) 6. 163 Thierno Agne (37 Games) 7. 158 DeSean White (33 Games) 8. 154 Thierno Agne (34 Games) 9. 153 Thierno Agne (38 Games) 10. 146 Marvin Owens (34 Games) 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. .485 Baree Ward (32-66) 2. .484 Masse Doumbe (45-93) 3. .448 Thierno Agne (73-163) 4. .447 Tracy Parks (55-123) 5. .431 Noah Keeton (72-167) 6. .421 Patrick Horstmann (48-114) 7. .418 Thierno Agne (64-153) 8. .417 Ra'Shad James (50-120) 9. .413 Melvin Calhoun (31-75) 10. .409 Jay Duncan (52-127) FREE THROWS MADE 1. 187 Jon Dunn (37 Games) 2. 182 Ra'Shad James (32 Games) 3. 180 Jon Dunn (37 Games) 4. 146 Masse Doumbe (32 Games) 5. 135 Cory McJimson (32 Games) 6. 135 DeSean White (34 Games) 7. 110 Seven Ezumba (33 Games) 8. 100 Tyrone Davis (30 Games) 9. 99 Marvin Owens (31 Games) 10. 96 Seven Ezumba (31 Games) FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1. .844 Masse Doumbe (146-173) 2. .842 Thierno Agne (48-57) 3. .840 Dan O'Keefe (42-50) 4. .830 Thierno Agne (39-47) 5. .820 Jon Dunn (187-228) 6. .805 Marvin Owens (99-123) 7. .804 Noah Keeton (37-46) 8. .793 Jon Dunn (180-227) 9. .788 Tyrone Davis (41-52) 10. .776 Patrick Horstmann (59-76) REBOUNDS 1. 361 Patrick Horstmann (36 Games) 2. 316 Patrick Horstmann (34 Games) 3. 294 Patrick Horstmann (36 Games) 4. 288 Courtney Walters (37 Games) 5. 286 DeSean White (33 Games) 6. 239 Cory McJimson (32 Games) 7. 223 Masse Doumbe (32 Games) 8. 218 Ra'Shad James (32 Games) 9. 216 Seven Ezumba (33 Games) 10. 214 Marvin Owens (34 Games) REBOUNDING AVERAGE (MIN. 10 GAMES) 1. 10.5 Masse Doumbe (11 Games) 2. 10.0 Patrick Horstmann (36 Games) 3. 9.9 DeSean White (29 Games) 4. 9.3 Patrick Horstmann (34 Games) 5. 8.7 DeSean White (33 Games) 6. 8.2 Patrick Horstmann (36 Games) 7. 7.8 Courtney Walters (37 Games) 8. 7.5 Cory McJimson (32 Games) 9. 7.0 Lester Hunte (30 Games) 10. 7.0 Masse Doumbe (32 Games)

2013 — 2014 NORTHWOOD MEN’S BASKETBALL

2010-2011 2011-2012 2007-2008 2006-2007 2010-2011 2010-2011 2007-2008 2009-2010 2011-2012 2007-2008 2008-2009 2011-2012 2010-2011 2011-2012 2010-2011 2009-2010 2011-2012 2012-2013 2010-2011 2009-2010 2010-2011 2012-2013 2011-2012 2011-2012 2006-2007 2008-2009 2007-2008 2012-2013 2006-2007 2008-2009 2011-2012 2009-2010 2012-2013 2011-2012 2010-2011 2006-2007 2010-2011 2011-2012 2010-2011 2009-2010 2010-2011 2009-2010 2011-2012 2010-2011 2007-2008 2006-2007 2011-2012 2012-2013 2007-2008 2007-2008 2012-2013 2010-2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2007-2008 2011-2012 2010-2011 2006-2007 2008-2009 2011-2012

ASSISTS 1. 281 2. 236 3. 172 4. 138 5. 123 6. 121 7. 101 8. 96 9. 93 10. 88

Tyrone Davis Tyrone Davis Tyrone Davis Baree Ward Tyrone Davis Baree Ward Melvin Calhoun Baree Ward Melvin Calhoun Jon Dunn

2011-2012 2012-2013 2010-2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2007-2008 2010-2011 2006-2007 2009-2010 2011-2012

ASSISTS AVERAGE (MIN. 5 GAMES) 1. 7.4 Tyrone Davis (38 Games) 2. 4.9 Baree Ward (28 Games) 3. 4.9 Tyrone Davis (35 Games) 4. 3.8 Baree Ward (32 Games) 5. 3.6 Tyrone Davis (34 Games) 6. 3.0 Baree Ward (32 Games) 7. 3.0 Jay Duncan (33 Games) 8. 2.8 Melvin Calhoun (33 Games) 9. 2.7 Melvin Calhoun (37 Games) 10. 2.6 DeSean White (33 Games)

2011-2012 2008-2009 2010-2011 2007-2008 2009-2010 2006-2007 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 2007-2008

BLOCKS 1. 87 2. 46 3. 32 4. 30 5. 29 6. 26 7. 26 8. 25 25 10. 23

Augustine Okosun Masse Doumbe Seth Davis Courtney Walters Seven Ezumba DeSean White Patrick Horstmann Marvin Owens Marvin Owens Cory McJimson

2008-2009 2011-2012 2006-2007 2010-2011 2007-2008 2007-2008 2011-2012 2006-2007 2007-2008 2006-2007

BLOCKING AVERAGE (MIN. 10 GAMES) 1. 2.64 Augustine Okosun (33 Games) 2. 1.43 Masse Doumbe (32 Games) 3. 1.1 Seth Davis (29 Games) 4. 1.0 Jermaine Middleton (19 Games) 5. .88 Seven Ezumba (33 Games) 6. .81 Marvin Owens (31 Games) .81 DeSean White (33 Games) .81 Courtney Walters (37 Games) 9. .74 Marvin Owens (34 Games) 10. .72 Patrick Horstmann (36 Games)

2008-2009 2011-2012 2006-2007 2007-2008 2007-2008 2006-2007 2007-2008 2010-2011 2007-2008 2011-2012

STEALS 1. 110 Tyrone Davis 2. 75 Tyrone Davis 3. 69 Tyrone Davis 4. 65 Tyrone Davis 5. 58 Marvin Owens 6. 57 Lester Hunte 7. 56 Jon Dunn 8. 55 Melvin Calhoun 9. 51 Masse Doumbe 10. 50 Marvin Owens STEALS AVERAGE 1. 2.89 Tyrone Davis 2. 2.14 Tyrone Davis 3. 2.30 Tyrone Davis 4. 1.91 Tyrone Davis 5. 1.90 Lester Hunte 6. 1.70 Marvin Owens 7. 1.61 Marvin Owens 8. 1.59 Masse Doumbe 9. 1.51 Jon Dunn 10. 1.50 Cory McJimson

2011-2012 2010-2011 2012-2013 2009-2010 2007-2008 2008-2009 2011-2012 2010-2011 2011-2012 2006-2007 (38 Games) (35 Games) (30 Games) (34 Games) (30 Games) (34 Games) (31 Games) (32 Games) (37 Games) (32 Games)

2011-2012 2010-2011 2012-2013 2009-2010 2008-2009 2007-2008 2006-2007 2011-2012 2011-2012 2006-2007


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL POINTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

39 Ra'Shad James vs. Carthage 38 Masse Doumbe vs. St. Xavier 36 Ra'Shad James vs. Warner 35 Jon Dunn vs. Embry-Riddle 33 Jon Dunn vs. Sterling College 32 Cory McJimson vs. Florida Southern 32 Jon Dunn vs. Winona 32 Jon Dunn vs. St. Francis 32 Jon Dunn vs. St. Xavier 32 Masse Doumbe vs. Johnson & Wales 32 Ra'Shad James vs. Palm Beach Atl. REBOUNDS 1. 21 Ayo Adigun vs. Medicine Hat 2. 20 Seven Ezumba vs. Bluefield College 20 Patrick Horstmann vs. Ave Maria 4. 19 Patrick Horstmann vs. Northwood (Mich.) 5. 18 DeSean White vs. Calumet College 18 Courtney Walters vs. Johnson & Wales 18 Patrick Horstmann vs. Southeastern 8. 17 Four Times FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 16 Ra'Shad James vs. Carthage 2. 14 Jon Dunn vs. St. Xavier 14 Ra'Shad James vs. Warner 4. 13 Baree Ward vs. Trinity 13 DeSean White vs. Calumet 13 Masse Doumbe vs. St. Xavier 13 Ra'Shad James vs. Palm Beach Atl. 8. 12 Seven Times FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 27 Masse Doumbe vs. Edwasrd Waters 2. 24 Ra'Shad James vs. Palm Beach Atl. 3. 23 DeSean White vs. Embry-Riddle 23 DeSean White vs. Calumet 5. 22 Jon Dunn vs. Edward Waters 22 Jon Dunn vs. Embry Riddle 7. 22 Jon Dunn vs. Embry-Riddle 8. 21 Seven Times FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. 1.000 DeSean White vs. Coll. of Bahamas (8-8) 1.000 Seth Davis vs. Medicine Hat (6-6) 1.000 Courtney Walters vs. Florida Mem. (6-6) 4. .900 Lester Hunte vs. Bethel (9-10) 5. .889 Jeremy Barr vs. Coll. of Bahamas (8-9) .889 Jeremy Barr vs. Florida Mem. (8-9) 7. .875 Tim Clark vs. Florida Christian (7-8) .875 Seven Ezumba vs. Florida Mem. (7-8) .875 Augustine Okosun vs. PR-Cayey (7-8) 10. .857 Five Times

12/17/2012 1/5/2012 1/15/2013 1/19/2012 12/16/2011 11/30/2006 11/17/2010 12/31/2010 1/4/2011 1/21/2012 2/4/2013

Ra’Shad James

1/3/2007 3/13/2008 2/9/2011 1/2/2011 12/1/2008 12/1/2010 2/16/2011

12/17/2012 1/4/2011 1/15/2013 12/3/2007 12/1/2008 1/4/2011 2/4/2013

12/15/2012 2/4/2013 1/30/2008 12/1/2008 1/29/2011 1/31/2011 1/10/2011

Jon Dunn

Masse Doumbe

11/20/2008 1/3/2007 2/19/2011 12/30/2009 11/22/2009 1/30/2010 12/11/2007 2/6/2008 12/18/2008

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 2.

7 Chad Radosevich vs. Queens College 6 Chad Radosevich vs. Clearwater Christian 6 Noah Keeton vs. Johnson & Wales 6 Noah Keeton vs. Florida Memorial 6 Jon Dunn vs. Northwood (Mich.) 6 Thierno Agne vs. Webber International 7. 5 15 Times 3-POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTED

12/21/2006 1/5/2007 2/9/2010 2/20/2010 11/14/2011 1/12/2013

1.

11/26/2006 2/17/2007 12/14/2007 1/5/2007 1/12/2011 11/14/2011

4.

7.

14 14 14 12 12 12 11

Chad Radosevich vs. Bahamas Chad Radosevich vs. SCAD Chad Radosevich vs. PR-Bayamon Chad Radosevich vs. Clearwater Christian Jon Dunn vs. Southeastern Jon Dunn vs. Northwood (Mich.) Five Times

Tyrone Davis

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. 1.000 Masse Doumbe vs. PR-Cayey (5-5) 1.000 Patrick Horstmann vs. St. Thomas (5-5) 3. .857 Noah Keeton vs. Florida Memorial (6-7) 4. .833 Trey Severs vs. Coll. of Bahamas (5-6) .833 DeSean White vs. Coll. of Bahamas (5-6) .833 Tracy Parks vs. Truett-McConnell (5-6) 7. .750 Noah Keeton vs. Johnson & Wales (6-8) 8. .714 Five Times FREE THROWS MADE 1. 16 Masse Doumbe vs. Ave Maria 16 Ra'Shad James vs. St. Thomas 3. 15 Marvin Owens vs. Edward Waters 4. 13 Jon Dunn vs. St. Francis 5. 13 Jon Dunn vs. Embry-Riddle 6. 11 Seven Times FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. 18 Masse Doumbe vs. Ave Maria 18 Ra'Shad James vs. St. Thomas 3. 17 Marvin Owens vs. Edward Waters 17 Jon Dunn vs. Embry-Riddle 5. 16 Seven Ezumba vs. Concordia 6. 14 Marvin Owens vs. Webber Int’l 14 DeSean White vs. Johnson & Wales 14 Jon Dunn vs. Olivet Nazarene 14 Jon Dunn vs. St. Francis 10. 13 Five Times FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1. 1.000 DeSean White vs. PR-Cayey (10-10) 1.000 Jon Dunn vs. Palm Beach Atl. (10-10) 3. .929 Jon Dunn vs. St. Francis (13-14) 4. .917 DeSean White vs. U of Windsor (11-12) .917 Jon Dunn vs. St. Thomas (11-12) .917 Tyrone Davis vs. St. Thomas 7. .909 Melvin Calhoun vs. Embry-Riddle (10-11) 8. .900 Six Players Tied ASSISTS 1. 15 Tyrone Davis vs. Trinity 2. 13 Baree Ward vs. Southeastern 13 Tyrone Davis vs. Crown 13 Tyrone Davis vs. Palm Beach Atlantic 13 Tyrone Davis vs. Webber International 6. 12 Tyrone Davis vs. Univ. of Windsor 12 Tyrone Davis vs. Florida Memorial 12 Tyrone Davis vs. Southeastern 8. 11 Tyrone Davis (6 Times) STEALS 1. 7 Tyrone Davis vs. Webber International 2. 6 Lester Hunte vs. Missouri Baptist 6 Tyrone Davis vs. Univ. of Windsor 6 Jon Dunn vs. Johnson & Wales 6 Tyrone Davis vs. Northwod (MI) 6 Tyrone Davis vs. Palm Beach Atlantic 6 Tyrone Davis vs. College of the Ozarks 6 Mike Newton vs. DeVry 6 Tyrone Davis vs. Florida Memorial 10. 5 13 Players Tied BLOCKS 1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

Noah Keeton

S E A H AW K S . G O N O R T H W O O D . C O M

8.

11 9 7 6 6 5 5 4

Augustine Okosun vs. St. Thomas Augustine Okosun vs. Webber Int'l Masse Doumbe vs. Johnson & Wales Marvin Owens vs. Flordia Mem. Augustine Okosun vs. Emmanuel Augustine Okosun vs. Florida Mem. Dan O'Keefe vs. Southeastern Five Times

11/23/2012 1/17/2013 2/20/2010 1/10/2008 1/10/2008 1/2/2012 2/9/2010

1/11/2012 2/16/2013 1/20/2007 12/29/2010 2/26/2011

1/11/2012 2/16/2013 1/20/2007 2/26/2001 12/20/2008 1/27/2007 11/12/2007 12/18/2010 12/29/2010

12/18/2008 2/14/2011 12/29/2010 12/28/2007 11/26/2011 2/25/2013 1/16/2010

11/10/2012 11/15/2008 11/12/2009 1/23/2012 2/6/2012 12/30/2011 1/30/2012 2/20/2013

11/30/2011 12/29/2008 12/29/2009 12/1/2010 11/14/2011 1/23/2012 3/7/2012 11/26/2012 2/6/2013

2/7/2009 2/19/2009 1/21/2012 1/31/2007 1/2/2009 1/7/2009 2/23/2013 1/15/2010


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL 2006-07 (23-9, 9-3 TSC) 54-94

L N.1

N.11 # VILLANOVA

60-97

N.16

94-81 W

L N.3 # at Rutgers N.12 JOHNSON & WALES

N.6

N.25

# at Miami

at Flagler JOHNSON & WALES

2008-09 (27-6, 11-3 TSC)

2007-08 (27-8, 12-2 TSC)

77-50 W

# at Hofstra

77-87

L

N.13

JOHNSON & WALES

76-50 W

57-68

L

N.15

SOUTHEASTERN

101-86 W

N.20

BAHAMAS

98-57 W

D.1

CALUMET-ST. JOSEPH

87-73 W

D.9

FLORIDA CHRISTIAN

91-79 W

D.13

LIFE

84-76 W

D.18

vs. PR-Cayey

83-77 W

D.19

vs. PR-Bayamon

69-77

D.20

vs. Concordia (N.Y.)

80-69 W

D.29

MISSOURI BAPTIST

71-70 W

D.30

ST. XAVIER

90-72 W

J.2

EMMANUEL

81-72 W

J.3

MALONE

73-60 W

J.5

MID AMERICA NAZ.

76-73 W

J.7

* FLORIDA MEMORIAL

83-70 W

88-70 W

D.3

TRINITY

96-68 W

D.8

CLEARWATER CHRIST.

110-69 W

D.11

at Florida Christian

127-69 W

D.13

vs. PR-Cayey

80-54 W

D.14

vs. PR-Bayamon

70-64 W

N.26

BAHAMAS

108-70 W

N.30

FLORIDA SOUTHERN

84-80 W

D.11

at Johnson Wales

84-53 W

D.14

vs. PR-Rio Piedras

99-81 W

D.15

vs. Bloomfield

70-76

L

D.16

FLAGLER

100-62 W

D.22

MANHATTANVILLE

77-87

L

D.17

WEST FLORIDA

73-70 W

D.28

WINDSOR

91-61 W

D.19

at New York Tech

62-77

D.21

at Queens College

D.29

EMMANUEL

D.30

UMASS DARTMOUTH

J.3

MEDICINE HAT

J.5

CLEARWATER CHRISTIAN

BETHEL (IND.) L D.29 J.2 SHAWNEE STATE 91-80 W J.5 OLIVET NAZARENE 54-56 L J.9 * at St. Thomas 79-62 W J.10 BAHAMAS 104-52 W J.12 * SCAD-SAVANNAH 90-74 W J.14 PALM BEACH ATL.

J.6

ST. XAVIER

78-75 W

J.16

* at Florida Memorial

64-72

J.10 * FLORIDA MEMORIAL

73-68 W

J.19

* WARNER

75-80

J.13 * at Embry-Riddle

72-83

* at Edward Waters * at Webber Int'l

J.17 * at Warner

69-87

J.20 * EDWARD WATERS

75-83

J.22

97-49 W

FLORIDA CHRISTIAN

L J.23 L J.26 L

J.28

FLORIDA CHRISTIAN

94-95 78-67 W 66-58 W 84-71 W 100-58 W 77-61 W

J.10 * at Warner

76-66 W

L

J.14 * at St. Thomas

69-54 W

L

J.17 * at SCAD-Savannah

80-90

86-81 W

J.21 * EDWARD WATERS

84-71 W

82-72 W

J.24 * WEBBER INT'L

81-57 W

J.26

72-66 W

65-53 W

84-62 W

J.30

* EMBRY-RIDDLE

76-73 W

F.2

* at SCAD-Savannah

74-51 W

F.6

* FLORIDA MEMORIAL * at Warner

61-65

86-81 W

J.31 * at Florida Memorial

71-58 W

60-58 W

F.4

* WARNER

73-69 W

F.7

* ST. THOMAS

64-69

68-67 W

J.27 * at Webber Int’L

79-64 W

F.9

J.31 * at Florida Memorial

86-78 W

F.11

at. Palm Beach Atl.

F.3

79-70 W

F.13

* EDWARD WATERS

84-64 W

* WEBBER INT'L

72-54 W

* at Embry-Riddle

79-77 W

* ST. THOMAS

72-64 W

F.5

PALM BEACH ATLANTIC 63-64

F.10 * WARNER

88-58 W

F.12 * at Edward Waters

81-75 W

F.14 * WEBBER INT’L

88-64 W

F.17 * SCAD-SAVANNAH

83-74 W

L F.16 F.20 F.23

F.24

M.8

vs. Embry-Riddle

F.26

vs. St. Thomas

88-86 W

F.29

vs. Edward Waters

66-74

L M.13

NAIA NATIONAL TOURNAMENT

M.14

72-90

L

L M.15

Bluefield (Va.)

88-86 W

Walsh (Ohio)

66-59 W

Northwestern (Iowa)

70-96

2013 — 2014 NORTHWOOD MEN’S BASKETBALL

F.11 * SCAD-SAVANNAH

68-50 W

F.14 * at Edward Waters

72-60 W

F.16

77-60 W

PALM BEACH ATL.

F.18 * at Webber Int'l

77-68 W

F.21 * EMBRY-RIDDLE

77-73 W

L

L

L

SUN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT

L F.24

NAIA NATIONAL TOURNAMENT

73-75

vs. Oregon Tech

60-67

SUN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT

SUN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT

at Palm Beach Atl.

J.28 * at Embry-Riddle

J.25 * at SCAD-Savannah

* EMBRY-RIDDLE

L

L

vs. Edward Waters

56-68

L

NAIA NATIONAL TOURNAMENT

L

M.12

Sterling (Kan.)

75-72 W

M.13

Eastern Oregon

66-82

L


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL 2009-10 (27-7, 12-4 TSC) N.4

# at Florida Int'l

71-61

W

O.31 # at Pittsburgh

62-104 85-81

N.12

CROWN

109-34 W

N.4

N.20

MADONNA

65-58

W

N.17

WINONA STATE

N.22

BAHAMAS

93-42

W

N.19

TRINITY

N.25

TRINITY

82-53

W

N.21

TALLADEGA

D.5

SOUTHEASTERN

90-38

W

D.12

FLORIDA CHRISTIAN

89-58

W

D.13

at Nova Southeastern

74-76

D.18

at St. Leo

74-69

W

D.29

WINDSOR

66-50

D.30

BETHEL

J.1 J.2 J.6

# at Florida Atl.

L N.4

# at Maryland

84-89

N.7

# at Fordham

76-71

W

D.1

* at Johnson & Wales

L N.11 110-52 W N.14 84-71 W N.17 78-64 W N.19

D.4

* WEBBER INT'L

93-66

84-88

L W

vs. Trinity

107-65 W

at Northwood (Mich.)

69-70

at Nova Southeastern

87-69

W

vs. Bellevue

75-72

W

L

W

N.26 * ST. THOMAS

88-82

W

84-65

W

FLORIDA CHRISTIAN

83-54

W

N.30 * WEBBER INT'L

BRYAN (TENN.)

70-53

W

D.3

at Palm Beach Atl.

77-68

W

D.18

OLIVET COLLEGE

81-65

W

D.16

STERLING (KAN.)

87-81

W

W

D.29

ST. FRANCIS (IND.)

82-86

D.17

BETHEL (IND.)

101-66 W

76-70

W

D.30

TIFFIN (OHIO)

82-70

W

D.29

SPRING ARBOR (MICH.) 81-78

W

MALONE

84-73

W

J.2

NORTHWOOD (MICH.)

75-69

W

D.30

WINDSOR

84-60

W

PLYMOUTH STATE

70-46

W

J.4

ST. XAVIER

91-64

W

J.2

vs. Truett-McConnell

113-73 W

* at St. Thomas

73-65

W

vs. UMass-Dartmouth

96-72

W

J.6

J.3

71-61

78-46

W

J.5

ST. XAVIER

102-78 W

J.7

HASKELL

101-60 W

* at St. Thomas

J.9

2011-12 (34-4, 14-2 TSC)

2010-11 (33-4, 16-0 TSC)

D.11 L D.17

* at Webber Int'l

72-75

J.11 * at Johnson & Wales

80-52

W

J.15 * EDWARD WATERS

75-55

W

J.16 * EMBRY-RIDDLE

63-74

J.18

90-68

W

J.19

J.22 * at Ave Maria

70-62

W

J.22

J.23 * at Warner

57-58

J.27 * ST. THOMAS

78-72

PALM BEACH ATL.

L

J.8

L

EDWARD WATERS

L

J.10

* EMBRY-RIDDLE

77-74

W

J.12

* SOUTHEASTERN

76-64

W

J.15

* at Ave Maria

84-52

W

85-58

W

* at Warner

82-64

W

* ST. THOMAS

66-55

W

* FLORIDA MEMORIAL

90-56

W

75-54

W

J.17

L J.26

PALM BEACH ATL.

at Edward Waters

W

J.11 * at Ave Maria

85-80

W

J.14 * at Johnson & Wales

90-66

W

J.19 * at Embry-Riddle

72-78

J.21 * JOHNSON & WALES

78-69

W

J.23

86-72

W

J.25 * at Warner

82-58

W

J.28 * at Southeastern

81-68

W

PALM BEACH ATL.

L

W

J.29

J.30 * FLORIDA MEMORIAL

92-76

W

* at Embry-Riddle

66-60

W

F.2

* at St. Thomas

71-64

W

J.30 * FLORIDA MEMORIAL

79-73

W

J.31

F.2

* WEBBER INT'L

88-66

W

F.2

* at Webber Int'l

76-56

W

F.4

* AVE MARIA

85-77

W

F.5

* at Edward Waters

78-64

W

F.5

* JOHNSON & WALES

92-62

W

F.6

* at Webber Int'l

59-47

W

F.6

* at Embry-Riddle

49-70

F.9

* AVE MARIA

106-67 W

F.9

* EMBRY-RIDDLE

82-59

W

F.9

* JOHNSON & WALES

101-52 W

F.12 * WARNER

73-55

W

F.11 * WARNER

62-76

F.14

85-63

W

F.13 * at Florida Memorial

100-67 W

F.16 * at Southeastern

75-58

W

F.18 * SOUTHEASTERN

80-58

F.19 * at. Florida Memorial

80-65

W

L

F.12 * AVE MARIA

78-58

W

F.13 * WARNER

74-72

W

F.15

at Palm Beach Atl.

59-48

W

F.20 * at Florida Memorial

74-64

W

SUN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT F.23

vs. Edward Waters

84-68

W

F.26

vs. Warner

76-74

W

F.27

vs. Embry-Riddle

53-55

NAIA NATIONAL TOURNAMENT M.11

Spring Arbor

57-58

at Palm Beach Atl.

L W

SUN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT

SUN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT

F.21

vs. Webber Int'l

106-84 W

F.22

vs. Southeastern

77-65

W

F.24

vs. Embry-Riddle

64-80

W

F.25

vs. Florida Memorial

72-61

W

F.25

vs. Warner

77-68

W

F.26

vs. Embry-Riddle

69-70

NAIA NATIONAL TOURNAMENT L M.10 M.11 M.12 L M.14

vs. Fisher (Mass.)

91-64

W

vs. Dakota Wesleyan vs. Oklahoma Wesleyan vs. Cornerstone (Mich.)

65-58 83-59 53-83

W W

S E A H AW K S . G O N O R T H W O O D . C O M

NAIA NATIONAL TOURNAMENT

L M.7

vs. Ozarks (Mo.)

67-50

W

M.9

vs. Marian (Ind.)

62-54

W

M.10

vs. Northwest (Wash.)

77-50

W

M.12

vs. McPherson (Kan.)

76-56

W

vs. Oregon Tech

46-63

L M.13

L


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL 2012-13 (30-4, 14-2 TSC) O.30 N.1

# at Michigan State # at Kentucky

57-85 61-93

L L

J.12

* at Webber Int'l

88-93

L

J.15

* at Warner

84-79

W

J.17

* ST. THOMAS

77-73

W

N.4

NORTHWOOD (MICH.)

83-75

W

J.19

* SOUTHEASTERN

83-70

W

N.10 N.23 N.24 N.26

TRINITY vs. PR-Cayey vs. Virgin Islands DEVRY

91-68 97-62 113-88 89-28

W W W W

J.23

* JOHNSON & WALES

81-72

W

J.26

* EMBRY-RIDDLE

65-59

W

J.30

* AVE MARIA

78-64

W

N.28

* at Johnson & Wales

105-72 W

D.1 D.5 D.11 D.14

* at Embry-Riddle * at Ave Maria DEVRY POINT (GA.)

74-78 74-68 79-37 74-59

W W W

L

F.4

PALM BEACH ATL.

74-62

W

F.6

* at Florida Memorial

71-65

W

F.9

* WEBBER INT'L

83-64

W

F.13

* WARNER

93-63

W

D.15

EDWARD WATERS

90-60

W

F.16

* at St. Thomas

85-83

W

D.17

CARTHAGE

98-90

W

F.20

* at. Southeastern

90-66

W

D.18

TRUETT-MCCONNELL

101-75 W

D.29

VALOR CHRISTIAN

106-73 W

D.30

MCPHERSON (KAN.)

101-57 W

J.5

CONCORDIA

79-74

W

90-53

W

J.9

* FLORIDA MEMORIAL

SUN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT F.23

vs. Southeastern

93-66

W

F.25

vs. St. Thomas

93-86

W

F.26

vs. Embry-Riddle

81-91

L

NAIA NATIONAL TOURNAMENT M.6

vs. Ozarks (Mo.)

2013 — 2014 NORTHWOOD MEN’S BASKETBALL

49-57

L


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL

A

W

70-62

1/22/2010

H

W

87-73

12/1/2008

H

W

78-58

2/12/2010

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

A

W

84-52

1/15/2011

1-0

W1

1-0

0-0

0-0

H

W

106-67

2/9/2011

A

W

85-80 (OT)

1/11/2012

H

W

85-77

2/4/2012

H

W

98-90 (OT)

12/17/2012

A

W

74-68

12/5/2012

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

H

W

78-64

1/30/2013

1-0

W1

1-0

0-0

0-0

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

8-0

W8

4-0

4-0

0-0 H

W

90-74

1/5/2007

H

W

110-69

12/8/2007

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

2-0

W2

2-0

0-0

0-0

H

W

108-70

11/26/2006

A

W

75-72

11/19/2011

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

1-0

W1

0-0

1-0

0-0

H

L

94-95

12/29/2007

H

W

100-58

1/10/2008

H

W

76-70

12/30/2009

H

W

98-57

11/20/2008

H

W

101-66

12/17/2011

H

W

93-42

11/22/2009

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

2-1

W2

2-1

0-0

0-0

4-0

W4

4-0

0-0

0-0

N

L

70-76

12/15/2007

N

W

67-50

3/7/2012

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

N

L

49-57

3/6/2013

0-1

L1

0-0

0-0

0-1

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

1-1

L1

0-0

0-0

1-1

N

W

88-86

3/13/2006

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

H

W

79-74

1/5/2013

36678

W6

36586

36586

0-0

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

1-0

W1

1-0

0-0

0-0

A

W

113-88

11/24/2012

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

N

W

80-69

12/20/2008

1-0

W1

0-0

1-0

0-0

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

1-0

W1

0-0

0-0

1-0

H

W

70-53

12/17/2010

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

N

L

53-83

3/14/2011

1-0

W1

1-0

0-0

0-0

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

0-1

L1

0-0

0-0

0-1

S E A H AW K S . G O N O R T H W O O D . C O M


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL

H W-L 1-0

W Streak W1

109-34 H 1-0

11/12/2009 A 0-0

N 0-0

N W-L 1-0

W Streak W1

65-58 H 0-0

3/11/2011 A 0-0

N 1-0

H H W-L 2-0

W W Streak W2

89-28 79-37 H 2-0

11/26/2012 12/11/2012 A 0-0

N 0-0

N W-L 0-1

L Streak L1

66-82 H 0-0

3/13/2009 A 0-0

H

L

75-83

1/20/2007

A A H H H A H H A H H A H W-L 11-3

W W W L W W L W W W W W W Streak W6

81-75 86-81 84-64 66-74 84-71 72-60 56-68 75-55 78-64 84-68 78-46 75-54 90-60 H 6-3

2/12/2007 1/23/2008 2/13/2008 2/29/2008 1/21/2009 2/14/2009 2/24/2009 1/15/2010 2/5/2010 2/23/2010 1/8/2011 1/29/2011 12/15/2012 A 5-0

A H H H A A

L W L W W L

72-83 79-70 73-75 76-73 79-77 61-65

1/13/2007 2/3/2007 2/24/2007 1/30/2008 2/20/2008 1/28/2009

N 0-1

N 0-0

H H A A H A H A H H A H H W-L 9-10

W L L L W W L L W W L W L Streak L1

77-73 63-74 49-70 53-55 77-74 66-60 69-70 (OT) 72-78 82-59 80-64 74-78 65-59 81-91(2OT) H 7-4

2/21/2009 1/16/2010 2/6/2010 2/27/2010 1/10/2011 1/31/2011 2/26/2011 1/19/2012 2/9/2012 2/24/2012 12/1/2012 1/26/2013 2/26/2013 A 2-6

N 0-0

A H W-L 1-1

L W Streak W1

54-56 81-72 H 1-0

12/29/2006 1/2/2009 A 0-1

N 0-0

N W-L 1-0

W Streak W1

91-64 H 0-0

3/10/2011 A 0-0

N 1-0

A H W-L 2-0

W W Streak W2

94-81 100-62 H 1-0

11/16/2006 12/16/2006 A 1-0

N 0-0

A W-L 1-0

W Streak W1

85-81 H 0-0

11/4/2010 A 1-0

N 0-0

H A H H H H W-L 6-0

W W W W W W Streak W6

97-49 127-69 84-62 91-79 89-58 83-54 H 5-0

1/22/2007 12/11/2007 1/28/2008 12/9/2008 12/12/2009 12/11/2010 A 1-0

N 0-0

2013 — 2014 NORTHWOOD MEN’S BASKETBALL


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL A

W

84-53

12/11/2006

H

W

88-70

11/12/2007

A W-L

W Streak

71-61 H

11/4/2009 A

N

H

W

76-50

11/13/2008

1-0

W1

0-0

1-0

0-0

A

W

80-52

1/11/2010

H

W

101-52

2/9/2010

A

W

78-64

12/1/2010

H

W

73-68

1/10/2007

H

W

92-62

2/5/2011

A

W

86-78

1/31/2007

A

W

90-66

1/14/2012

A

L

64-72

1/16/2008

H

W

78-69

1/21/2012

H

W

86-81

2/6/2008

A

W

105-72

11/28/2012

H

W

83-70

1/7/2009

A

W

71-58

1/31/2009

H W-L

W Streak

81-72 H

1/23/2013 A

N

H

W

79-73

1/30/2010

12-0

W12

7-0

5-0

0-0

A

W

74-64

2/20/2010

H

W

90-56

1/26/2011

A

W

80-65

2/19/2011

H

W

72-61

2/25/2011

H W-L

W Streak

84-76 H

12/13/2008 A

N

H

W

92-76

1/30/2012

1-0

W1

1-0

0-0

0-0

L Streak

57-85 H

10/30/2012 A

N 0-0

A

W

100-67

2/13/2012

H

W

90-53

1/9/2013

A W-L

W Streak

71-65 H

2/6/2013 A

N

A W-L

14-1

W12

8-0

6-1

0-0

0-1

L1

0-0

0-1

H W-L

W Streak

84-80 H

11/30/2006 A

N

H W-L

W Streak

65-58 H

11/20/2009 A

N

1-0

W1

1-0

0-0

0-0

1-0

W1

1-0

0-0

0-0

A W-L

W Streak

76-71 H

11/7/2011 A

H

W

73-60

1/3/2009

N

1-0

W1

0-0

1-0

0-0

H W-L

W Streak

84-73 H

1/1/2010 A

N

2-0

W2

2-0

0-0

0-0

H W-L

L Streak

77-87 H

12/22/2007 A

N

0-1

L1

0-1

0-0

0-0

N W-L

W Streak

62-54 H

3/9/2012 A

N

1-0

W1

0-0

0-0

1-0

H W-L

W Streak

101-60 H

1/7/2012 A

N

1-0

W1

1-0

0-0

0-0

A

L

77-87

11/1/2007

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

0-1

L1

0-0

0-1

0-0

H

W

77-50

11/25/2006

S E A H AW K S . G O N O R T H W O O D . C O M


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL A

L

84-89

11/4/2011

N

L

70-96

3/15/2008

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

0-1

L1

0-0

0-1

0-0

0-1

L1

0-0

0-0

0-1

H N

W W

79-62 96-72

12/30/2006 1/3/2012

H A

W L

75-69 69-70

1/2/2011 11/14/2011

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

H

W

83-75

11/4/2012

2-0

W2

1-0

0-0

1-0

W-L 2-1

Streak W1

H 2-0

A 0-1

N H

W W

76-56 101-57

3/12/2012 12/30/2012

A

L

74-76

12/13/2009

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

A

W

87-69

11/17/2011

2-0

W2

1-0

0-0

1-0

W-L 1-1

Streak W1

H 0-0

A 1-1

H

W

104-52

1/3/2007

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

N

W

83-59

3/12/2011

1-0

W1

1-0

0-0

0-0

W-L 1-0

Streak W1

H 0-0

A 0-0

A

L

61-93

11/1/2012

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

H

W

81-65

12/18/2010

0-0

W-L 1-0

Streak W1

H 1-0

A 0-0

0-1

L1

0-0

0-1

H

W

76-73

1/5/2009

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

H

W

66-58

1/5/2008

1-0

W1

1-0

0-0

0-0

W-L 1-0

Streak W1

H 1-0

A 0-0

H

W

71-70

12/29/2008

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

N

L

72-90

3/8/2007

1-0

W1

1-0

0-0

0-0

N W-L 0-2

L Streak L2

46-63 H 0-0

3/13/2012 A 0-0

A

L

62-77

12/19/2006

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

0-1

L1

0-0

0-1

0-0

N

W

77-60

3/10/2012

H H A A

L W L W

63-64 65-53 60-67 72-66

2/5/2007 1/14/2008 2/11/2008 1/26/2009

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

H

W

77-60

2/16/2009

1-0

W1

1-0

0-0

0-0

H A

W W

90-68 59-48

1/18/2010 2/15/2010

2013 — 2014 NORTHWOOD MEN’S BASKETBALL

N 0-0

N 0-0

N 1-0

N 0-0

N 0-0

N 0-2


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL H

W

85-58

1/17/2011

A A H H W-L

W W W W Streak

85-63 77-68 86-72 74-62 H

2/14/2011 12/3/2011 1/23/2012 2/4/2013 A

N

10-2

W9

6-1

4-1

0-0

A W-L

W Streak

62-104 H

10/31/2010 A

N

1-0

W1

0-0

1-0

0-0

H W-L

W Streak

70-46 H

1/2/2010 A

N

1-0

W1

1-0

0-0

0-0

H W-L 1-0

W Streak W1

74-59 H 1-0

12/14/2012 A 0-0

N N W-L 1-1

W L Streak L1

70-64 69-77 H 0-0

12/14/2007 12/19/2008 A 0-0

N N N W-L

W W W Streak

80-54 83-77 97-62 H

12/13/2007 12/18/2008 11/23/2012 A

N

3-0

W3

0-0

0-0

3-0

H W-L 1-0

W Streak W1

99-81 H 1-0

12/14/2006 A 0-0

N 0-0

A W-L 1-0

W Streak W1

91-80 H 0-0

12/21/2006 A 1-0

N 0-0

N 1-1

N 0-0

A W-L 0-1

L Streak L1

57-68 H 0-0

11/3/2007 A 0-1

N 0-0

H W-L

L Streak

82-86 H

12/29/2010 A

N

0-1

L1

0-1

0-0

0-0

A W-L

W Streak

74-69 H

12/18/2009 A

N

1-0

W1

0-0

1-0

0-0

A H

W W

84-71 72-64

1/9/2008 2/23/2008

H

W

88-86 (OT)

A H A H A

W L W W W

69-54 64-69 71-61 78-72 73-65

2/26/2008 1/14/2009 2/7/2009 1/6/2010 1/27/2010 1/6/2011

H H A H A H W-L 13-1

W W W W W W Streak W9

66-55 88-82 71-64 77-73 85-83 93-86 H 7-1

1/22/2011 11/26/2011 2/2/2012 1/17/2013 2/16/2013 2/25/2013 A 6-0

H H H

W W W

78-75 90-72 91-64

1/6/2007 12/30/2008 1/4/2011

H W-L 4-0

W Streak W4

102-78 H 4-0

1/5/2012 A 0-0

A H H A

W W W W

68-67 83-74 77-61 74-51

1/25/2007 2/17/2007 1/12/2008 2/2/2008

S E A H AW K S . G O N O R T H W O O D . C O M

N 0-0

N 0-0


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL A

L

80-90 (OT)

1/17/2009

H

W

68-50

2/11/2009

W-L

Streak

H

A

5-1

W1

3-0

2-1

H

W

96-68

12/3/2007

N

H

W

82-53

11/25/2009

0-0

H

W

110-52

11/19/2010

N

W

107-65

11/11/2011

H

W

91-68

11/10/2012

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

5-0

W5

4-0

0-0

1-0

N

W

113-73

1/2/2012

H

W

78-67

1/2/2008

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

1-0

W1

1-0

0-0

0-0

H

W

101-86

11/15/2008

H

W

101-75

12/18/2012

H

W

90-38

12/5/2009

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

H

W

76-64

1/12/2011

2-0

W2

1-0

0-0

1-0

A

W

75-58

2/16/2011

H

W

77-65

2/22/2011

A

W

81-68

1/28/2012

H

W

106-73

12/29/2012

H

W

80-58

2/18/2012

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

H

W

83-70

1/19/2013

1-0

W1

1-0

0-0

0-0

A

W

90-66

2/20/2013

H

W

93-66

2/23/2013

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

H

L

97-60

11/11/2006

10-0

W10

7-0

3-0

0-0

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

0-1

L1

0-1

0-0

0-0

H

W

81-78

12/29/2011

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

N

W

66-59

3/14/2008

1-0

W1

1-0

0-0

0-0

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

1-0

W1

0-0

0-0

1-0

A

L

69-87

1/17/2007

N

W

75-72

3/12/2009

H

W

87-81

12/16/2011

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

H

W

88-58

2/10/2007

2-0

W2

1-0

0-0

1-0

H

L

75-80

1/19/2008

A

W

60-58

2/9/2008

A

W

76-66

1/10/2009

H

W

73-69 (OT)

2/4/2009

H

W

84-71

11/21/2010

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

A

L

57-58

1/23/2010

1-0

W1

1-0

0-0

0-0

H

W

74-72

2/13/2010

H

W

76-74

2/26/2010

A

W

82-64

1/19/2011

H

W

73-55

2/12/2011

H

W

82-70

12/30/2010

W-L

Streak

H

A

N

A

W

82-58

1/25/2012

1-0

W1

1-0

0-0

0-0

H

L

62-76

2/11/2012

H

W

77-68

2/25/2012

2013 — 2014 NORTHWOOD MEN’S BASKETBALL


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL A H

W W

W-L 12-4

Streak W3

A H A H H A A H H A H A H A

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

84-79 93-63 H 7-2

79-64 88-64 82-72 72-54 81-57 77-68 (OT) 72-75 88-66 93-66 76-56 84-65 59-47 106-84 88-93 (OT)

1/15/2013 2/13/2013 A N 5-2 0-0

1/27/2007 2/14/2007 1/26/2008 2/16/2008 1/24/2009 2/18/2009 1/9/2010 2/2/2010 12/4/2010 2/2/2011 11/30/2011 2/6/2012 2/21/2012 1/12/2013

H

W

W-L 13-2

Streak W1

H

W

W-L 1-0

Streak W1

H H H

W W W

W-L 3-0

Streak W3

H

L

W-L 0-1

Streak L1

83-64 H 8-0

2/9/2013 A 5-2

73-70 H 1-0

12/17/2006 A N 0-0 0-0

91-61 66-50 84-60 H 3-0

12/28/2007 12/29/2009 12/30/2011 A N 0-0 0-0

84-88 H 0-1

11/17/2010 A N 0-0 0-0

N 0-0

April 27, 2005 Rollie Massimino hired as Men’s Basketball Coach and Director of Basketball Operation of the newly created Northwood program.

January 6, 2009 DeSean White named NAIA Division II Player of the Week, becoming the first Seahawk to receive the honor

November 11, 2006 Seahawks host their first home game at the Countess de Hoernle Student Life Center against Villanova

February 10, 2010 Northwood reaches their first Sun Conference Championship game

December 6, 2006 Cory McJimson receives the Northwood’s first Sun Conference Player of the Week award 2006-2007 Seahawks clinch their first Sun Conference regular season championship, earning their first trip to the NAIA National Tournament February 27, 2007 Coach Massimino honored as The Sun Conference Coach of the Year after leading Northwood to a regular season title in the first season

February 19, 2011 The Seahawks defeat Florida Memorial, 80-65, capping off a perfect 16-0 record in Sun Conference play February 25, 2012 Northwood collects their first Sun Conference tournament championship, defeating Warner, 77-68, at the Countess de Hoernle Student Life Center March 12, 2012 In the NAIA Semi-Finals, Northwood downs McPherson, 76-56, to advance to their first NAIA National Championship game

March 14, 2012 Jonathan Dunn becomes the first Seahawk to be named NAIA DiviDecember 11, 2007 The Seahawks record a program-high 127 points in a road contest at sion II Player of the Year Florida Christian November 1, 2012 Coach Massimino honored for the 25th anniversary of his NCAA March 18, 2008 DeSean White becomes the first Northwood player to be chosen as a National Championship, won at Rupp Arena, prior to Northwood’s First Team All-American game against Kentucky 2007-2008 Seahawks make their first trip to the Elite Eight round of the NAIA National Tournament

December 29, 2012 With the Seahawks 106-73 victory over Valor Christian, Coach Massimino became the 35th coach to reach the 700-win plateau, and the third coach with 700 wins and an NCAA Championship

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2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL

2013 — 2014 NORTHWOOD MEN’S BASKETBALL


2013-14 NORTHWOOD BASKETBALL

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2013-14 Northwood (Fla.) Men's Basketball Media Guide  

Media Guide for the 2013-14 Northwood University (Fla.) Men's Basketball team

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