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2012-13 Ticket Information Ticket/Parking Information Donor seating (Sections A-D and J-M) requires a per-seat donation to be given in addition to the season ticket price. A donation can be given at any level (Ultimate, Standard, Varsity) to qualify for donor seating. Priority seating donations will include both men’s and women’s basketball. Priority parking for basketball is available to all donors at the VIP ($6,000+) level and above. Director’s Lot parking permits will be distributed with Golden Eagle Club materials to donors in October. Season Ticket Pricing for Men’s & Women’s Basketball Donor Seating*: $219 each Non-Donor Seating: $189 each Family Fun Zone (4 seats): $449 per package Additional Family Fun Zone: $119 each Varsity Club: $99 each Young Alumni (2008-2012): $99 each ORU Faculty/Staff: $25 each *- Donor Seating requires a minimum donation of $100 per seat to the Golden Eagle Club. Single Game Ticket Pricing for Men’s & Women’s Basketball Premium Men’s Games/Doubleheaders: $15, $25, $30, $35 Men’s Games: $10, $15, $20, $25 Women’s Games: $10 (All games are reserved seating; prices are based on location) Discounted tickets are available for groups of 15 or more by calling (918) 495-7213. How to order tickets Online: ORUGoldenEagles.com Phone: (918) 495-6000 The Mabee Center Ticket office is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday with special hours on gamedays. - Premium Seating (Suites & Courtside Seats) - Donor Seating - Non-Donor Seating - Student Sections - Family Fun Zone - General Admission


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Quick Facts University Location: Tulsa, Okla. 74171 Founded: 1963 Enrollment: 3,259 President: Dr. Mark Rutland Nickname: Golden Eagles Colors: Vegas Gold, Navy Blue and White Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Southland Athletic Director: Mike Carter

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Credits: The 2012-13 Oral Roberts University Men’s Basketball Fact Book is produced by the ORU Athletic Media Relations Office. Layout and design by Asst. AD/Media Relations Blake Freeland. Editing assistance provided by Rob Walden and members of the ORU Media Relations student staff. Photography by ORU Photographic Services, Shane Bevel, Bill Powell, Stephen Holman and others.

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2011-12 Season in Review ............................... 63-82 Player Statistics...................................................................65 Game Results......................................................................66 Miscellaneous Stats.............................................................67 Summit League Review......................................................68 Game Recaps................................................................. 70-81 Season Recap................................................................ 81-82

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Meet The Golden Eagles ................................... 31-59 Damen Bell-Holter........................................................ 32-35 Jake Lliteras.................................................................. 36-37 Mikey Manghum........................................................... 38-40 Warren Niles.................................................................. 42-45 Steven Roundtree......................................................... 46-49 Shawn Glover, P.J. Purnell....................................................50 Kory Billbury, D.J. Jackson....................................................51 Obi Emegano, Corbin Byford................................................52 Brandon Conley, Jorden Kaufman........................................53 Caleb Tannehill, Josh White.................................................54 2012-13 Rosters..................................................................56 2012-13 Roster Breakdown.................................................57 2012-13 Season Outlook............................................... 58-59 Season-Career Stats............................................................60 Radio and TV Roster............................................................61

Records & History........................................... 89-149 NCAA Postseason History.............................................. 90-93 Individual Honors................................................................94 Yearly Records/Coaching Career Records.............................95 Scoring.......................................................................... 96-97 Field Goals..................................................................... 98-99 3-Point Field Goals.................................................... 100-101 Rebounds..........................................................................102 Assists...............................................................................103 Free Throws............................................................... 104-105 Steals................................................................................105 Blocks................................................................................106 In the NCAA Record Books.................................................106 Miscellaneous...................................................................107 Mabee Center Records.......................................................108 Mid-Con./Summit League Tournament Records................109 Tournament History.................................................. 110-111 1,000 Point Scorers.................................................... 112-119 Retired Jerseys..................................................................119 Letterwinners...................................................................120 Jersey Numbers.................................................................121 Season Leaders......................................................... 122-123 Class Leaders.....................................................................124 Game-by-Game Results............................................ 125-129 Series Results............................................................ 130-138 All-Time Records...............................................................138 Year-by-Year Team Stats............................................ 140-143 Hall of Fame......................................................................148 Southland Conference Preseason Information...................149

2011-12 Season in Review

Media Relations Asst. AD/Media Relations (MBB SID): Blake Freeland Office Phone: 918-495-7181 Email: bfreeland@oru.edu Assistant Director: Rob Walden Media Relations Assistant: Eric Scott Media Relations Fax: 918-495-7142 Press Row Phone: 918-495-7800 Website: www.orugoldeneagles.com

Coaching Staff ................................................ 21-28 Scott Sutton, Head Coach.............................................. 22-24 Kyan Brown, Asst. Coach......................................................25 Sean Sutton, Asst. Coach......................................................25 Wade Mason, Asst. Coach....................................................26 Steve Upshaw, Dir. of Operations.........................................26 Conley Phipps, Recruiting Coordinator.................................27 John Joslin, Dir. of Sports Medicine......................................27 Coaching Staff.....................................................................28 Support Staff.......................................................................28

2012-13 Opponents.......................................... 83-88 UAA, Arizona, Belmont, UC Riverside, Central Ark., Charlotte ..84 Lamar, LMU, McNeese St., Memphis, Missouri St., Nicholls St..........85 Northeastern, NW St., Oklahoma, Pacific, St. Gregory’s, SHSU.....86 SE Louisiana, SFA, TAMUCC, UTEP, Texas St., Tulsa.....................87 Tournament Information........................................................88 ORU Record vs. Opponents.....................................................88

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Basketball Info 2011-12 Record: 27-7 2011-12 Summit League Record/Finish: 17-1/1st 2011-12 Post-Season: National Invitation Tournament Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 5/4 Newcomers: 6 Redshirts/Transfers Returning: 3 First Year of Basketball: 1965 All-Time Record: 829-556 (.599) Facility (Cap.): Mabee Center (10,575) Facility Record: 432-138 (.758)

Introduction...................................................... 1-20 2012-13 Schedule.................................................................3 Media Information ...............................................................4 Media Relations Department................................................5 ORU Basketball A-Z........................................................... 6-7 Athletics Tradition.................................................................8 Mabee Center........................................................................9 Success on a Global Stage...................................................10 Preparation for the Future...................................................11 Southland Conference................................................... 12-14 Tulsa, Oklahoma..................................................................15 Oral Roberts University................................................. 16-18 Dr. Mark Rutland, ORU President..........................................18 Mike Carter, Athletic Director...............................................19 2011-12 ORU Athletics Review............................................20

Coaching Staff

basketball staff Head Coach: Scott Sutton Alma Mater/Year: Oklahoma State/1995 Record at ORU/Years: 250-162 (.609)/14th Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater/Year): Kyan Brown (Oral Roberts/2001) Sean Sutton (Oklahoma State/1992) Wade Mason (Tulane/2001) Director of Basketball Operations: Steve Upshaw (Northeastern State/1992) Recruiting Coordinator: Conley Phipps (Northeastern State/1990) Director of Sports Medicine: John Joslin Managers: Wynton Carter, David Mason, Patrick Reside, Julion Ware

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122 TEAMS. 61 GAMES. FOR THE ELEVENTH TIME. A total of 122 teams – representing 15 collegiate athletic conferences – will compete in the two-day event (February 22-23), with the entire BracketBusters slate of matchups to be announced in late January.

February 22-23, 2013

Of the 61 games, 13 will be televised, with 5 contests on ESPN2, 4 will be aired on ESPNU and 4 on ESPN3. Please consult local listings for start times.

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AWAY TEAMS

Vermont, Eastern Washington, Idaho State, Montana State, Portland State, Southern Utah, Campbell, High Point, Liberty, Presbyterian, UNC-Asheville, Winthrop, Cal Poly, Hawaii, Long Beach State, UC Davis, UC Santa Barbara, Loyola, Univ. of Illinois Chicago, Valparaiso, Wright State, Youngstown State, Fairfield, Marist, Niagara, Rider, Siena, Akron, Buffalo, Eastern Michigan, Northern Illinois, Toledo, Western Michigan, Hampton, Drake, Indiana State, Northern Iowa, Southern Illinois, Wichita State, Tennessee Tech, Tennessee State, UT-Martin, SE Missouri State, Murray State, Belmont, College of Charleston, Western Carolina, Davidson, Central Arkansas, Lamar, Oral Roberts, Texas A&M-CC, IPFW, IUPUI, Nebraska Omaha, Oakland, Western Illinois University, Utah State, UT-San Antonio, UTArlington and Saint Mary’s.

Albany, Montana, Northern Arizona, North Dakota, Northern Colorado, Sacramento State, Weber State, Charleston Southern, Coastal Carolina, Gardner-Webb, Longwood, Radford, VMI, Cal State–Fullerton, Cal State–Northridge, UC Irvine, UC Riverside, Pacific, Cleveland State, Detroit, Green Bay, Milwaukee, Canisius, Iona, Loyola, Manhattan, Saint Peter’s, Ball State, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Kent State, Miami, Ohio, Morgan State, Savannah State, Bradley, Creighton, Evansville, Illinois State, Missouri State, Austin Peay, Eastern Illinois, Eastern Kentucky, Jacksonville State, Morehead State, SIU-Edwardsville, The Citadel, McNeese State, Nicholls State, Northwestern State, Sam Houston State, Southeastern Louisiana, Stephen F. Austin, UMKC, North Dakota State Univ., South Dakota State Univ., Univ. of South Dakota, Texas State, Denver, Idaho and Loyola Marymount.


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Final Four (April 6 and 8 • Georgia Dome - Host Georgia Tech (Atlanta, Ga.)

MARCH 22 and 24 • University of Dayton Arena - Host Dayton (Dayton, Ohio) • Frank Erwin Center - Host Texas (Austin, Texas) • Sprint Center - Host Missouri Valley Conference (Kansas City, Mo.) • Wells Fargo Center - Host Temple (Philadelphia, Penn.)

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Second and Third Rounds (March 21-24) MARCH 21 and 23 • The Palace of Auburn Hills - Host Oakland (Auburn, Hills, Mich.) • Rupp Arena - Host Kentucky (Lexington, Ky.) • Energy Solutions Arena - Host Utah (Salt Lake City, Utah) • HP Pavilion - Host West Coast Conference (San Jose, Calif.)

REgional Sites (March 28-31) MARCH 28 and 30 • EAST - Verizon Center - Host Georgetown (Washington, D.C.) • WEST - Staples Center - Host Pepperdine (Los Angeles, Calif.) MARCH 29 and 31 • MIDWEST - Lucas Oil Stadium - Hosts Butler, IUPUI, Horizon League (Indianapolis, Ind.) • SOUTH - Cowboys Stadium - Host Big 12 (Arlington, Texas)

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NCAA Tournament Information First Four (March 19 and 20) • University of Dayton Arena - Host Dayton (Dayton, Ohio)

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“We are excited about our schedule,” said Sutton. “It is obviously very challenging with road games against Arizona and Memphis, and we will play a very good mid-major field in the Great Alaska Shootout. We are excited about taking Damen (Bell-Holter) home to Alaska to be able to play in front of family and friends. We don’t have many nonconference home games, but will host quality opponents in Oklahoma and Tulsa and will hopefully get an attractive BracketBuster game”

Time 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 7 p.m. 9 p.m. TBA 7 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 4 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. TBA 7:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. TBA

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* - Southland Conference game % - Hall of Fame Weekend # - Homecoming Home games in Bold All times Central and subject to change

Location Mabee Center Mabee Center El Paso, Texas Mabee Center Stockton, Calif. Anchorage, Alaska Mabee Center Springfield, Mo. San Marcos, Texas Tucson, Ariz. Mabee Center Memphis, Tenn. Hammond, La. Thibodaux, La. Mabee Center Mabee Center Corpus Christi, Texas Huntsville, Texas Mabee Center Mabee Center Mabee Center Mabee Center Natchitoches, La. Nacogdoches, Texas Mabee Center Mabee Center Mabee Center Mabee Center Lake Charles, La. Beaumont, Texas Conway, Ark. Katy, Texas

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Day Date Opponent Thu. Nov. 1 Missouri Southern (Ex.) Mon. Nov. 5 Oklahoma Wesleyan (Ex.) Fri. Nov. 9 at UTEP Wed. Nov. 14 St. Gregory’s Mon. Nov. 19 at Pacific Wed.-Sat. Nov. 21-24 Great Alaska Shootout Wed. Nov. 28 Oklahoma Sat. Dec. 1 at Missouri State Wed. Dec. 5 at Texas State Tue. Dec. 18 at Arizona Sat. Dec. 22 Tulsa Fri. Dec. 28 at Memphis Thu. Jan. 3 at Southeastern Louisiana* Sat. Jan. 5 at Nicholls State* Thu. Jan. 10 Northwestern State* Sat. Jan. 12 Stephen F. Austin* Thu. Jan. 17 at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi* Sat. Jan. 19 at Sam Houston State* Thu. Jan. 24 Lamar* Sat. Jan. 26 McNeese State* % Thu. Jan. 31 Nicholls State* Sat. Feb. 2 Southeastern Louisiana* # Thu. Feb. 7 at Northwestern State* Sat. Feb. 9 at Stephen F. Austin* Thu. Feb. 14 Sam Houston State* Sat. Feb. 16 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi* Tue. Feb. 19 Central Arkansas* Fri.-Sat. Feb. 22-23 ESPN Bracket Buster Thu. Feb. 28 at McNeese State* Sat. Mar. 2 at Lamar* Sat. Mar. 9 at Central Arkansas* Tue.-Sat. Mar. 12-16 Southland Conference Tourn.

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6 Conference Championships • 5 Conference Players of the Year • 20 First-Team All-Conference Selections • 3 Conference Coaches of the Year

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Media Information & Guidelines The 2012-13 edition of the ORU Basketball Postseason Fact Book is a comprehensive source of information with player and coaching staff biographies, statistics and historical references for use by the media covering ORU Basketball. For additional information about Golden Eagle basketball, please call the ORU Athletic Media Relations Office at 918-495-7181.

THE MABEE CENTER The home of the Oral Roberts Golden Eagles is the 10,575-seat Mabee Center.Located on ORU’s main campus at 81st St.and Lewis Ave.,the Mabee Center is eight miles south of downtown Tulsa.

RADIO, TELEVISION RIGHTS ORU provides two courtesy lines for the official visiting radio outlet. If any additional lines are needed, contact the ORU Athletic Media Relations Office at least one week in advance to make arrangements. A charge will accompany SCORE UPDATES additional lines and is payable through the Mabee The ORU press row phone number is: 918-495- Center Business Office. 7800. Scores are also available on the internet at ORUGoldenEagles.com and through twitter by Television stations should coordinate all plans following #ORUMBB. through the Media Relations Office. Rights are subject to restrictions set forth by ORU. Requests MEDIA CREDENTIALS to televise any live or delayed portion should be All credentials will be issued to WORKING MEDIA made well in advance. ONLY and should be requested through the ORU Athletic Media Relations Office as early as possible. PHOTOGRAPHERS Credentials will not be mailed, nor will they be All photographers must have their photo passes issued to spouses, dates or children. visible at all times and must shoot only from under the baskets, away from advertisements. MEDIA ENTRANCE All working media should enter through the POST-GAME INTERVIEWS service entrance of the Mabee Center, located on After a 10-minute cool down period, two ORU the southeast side of the arena.At that time,media players will proceed to the press room for the credentials will be issued. Media parking passes postgame press conference. Coach Sutton’s are not required.There is ample free parking. postgame interview will follow. If requested, the visiting coach and players will be made available WORKING AREA to the media as well. The press row working area is located courtside within the arena and along the north side of the PRACTICES playing floor. Press row seating is assigned by the Players will be available for interviews up to 30 Media Relations Office. minutes before practices with advance notification through the Media Relations Office. Changes in THE PRESS ROOM practice times do occur, so please contact the The press room is located adjacent to the north Athletic Media Relations Office to confirm times. corridor outside the main arena. Refreshments will be available prior to the game and at halftime. INTERVIEWS Requests for coach and player interviews should MEDIA SERVICES be made at least one day in advance through Blake Programs, statistics and game notes will be Freeland, Asst. AD - Media Relations. available in the press room prior to each game. Half time statistics are provided on press row and in the press room. Final game statistical packets will also be provided. ORU uses The Stat Crew System computerized statistical software package. Page 4

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Golden Eagles ORU changed its athletic nickname to “Golden Eagles” on April 30, 1993. Originally, the men’s basketball team was known as the “Titans”. ORU’s current mascot, Eli the Eagle, hatched out of his papier-mâché egg before the start of an exhibition game on Nov. 17, 1993.

Acres & All-Americans The surname Acres was synonymous with ORU basketball during the early 1980’s. Brothers Jeff and Mark Acres starred for the team during that era, and were coached by their father, Dick, from 1983-85. Mark is one of 14 players in school history named to various All-America teams. Big Wins Over the last decade, ORU has pulled off at least one upset of a power conference or Top-25-ranked team every year. Last year’s victories came at home against Texas Tech as the Golden Eagles led by as many as 20 en route to a 72-56 victory, and on the road against No. 8 Xavier, handing the Musketeers their worst loss ever inside the Cintas Center (64-42). None of those wins were as big as the one the Golden Eagles earned on Nov. 15, 2006, when they handed No. 3 Kansas a 78-71 defeat at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kan. It is the highest ranked opponent ever beaten by the Golden Eagles. Conference Affiliation After 15 years in the Summit League, the 2012-13 season marks a new era as the Golden Eagles join the Southland Conference. ORU won nine Commissioner’s Cups in 15 years, joining the league (then known as the Mid-Continent Conference) in 1997. ORU has also been a member of the Midwest Collegiate Conference (now known as the Horizon League) from 1979-87. Division I ORU’s first season of what later became known as NCAA Division I was 1971-72, a season in which ORU went 26-2. It was the highest winning percentage and the second-most wins for a team in its first year in NCAA Division I at the time, and still ranks as the second-highest winning percentage and the third-most wins. ORU left its NCAA Division I status for two seasons (1989-91) before rejoining in the fall of 1991. Elite Eight Ironically, it was ORU’s eighth basketball team that advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight during the 1973-74 season. Only three points separated the team from advancing to the Final Four. ORU finished the regular season with a 21-5 record and then knocked off Syracuse and Louisville to advance tot he Elite Eight for a game against Kansas. Playing on its home floor, ORU led by nine points in the final minutes. However, the Jayhawks rallied to send the game into overtime and eventually won 93-90. Fuqua, Richard ORU’s first All-American is one of only two players in school history to have his jersey (No. 24) retired.The native of Chattanooga,Tenn., scored 3,004 points during his collegiate career from 1969-73, without the benefit of the 3-point shot. As a junior, he finished second in the nation with a 35.9 scoring average. Fuqua led ORU to a 95-17 overall record and a pair of trips to the NIT during his career. He is largely credited with spurring the school’s move to NCAA Division I and the building of the Mabee Center.

Hall of Fame The ORU Athletic Hall of Fame was resurrected on Feb. 16, 2002 after several years of inactivity. Eleven men’s basketball players - Mark Acres, Greg Davis, Arnold Dugger, Richard Fuqua, Tim Gill, Haywoode Hill, Gary “Cat” Johnson, Anthony Roberts, Alvin Scott, Greg Sutton, Haywoode Workman - and one coach - Ken Trickey - are presently enshrined. Internet Coverage A video broadcast for every home men’s basketball game can be found easily at the home of ORU athletics, www.ORUGoldenEagles.com. For a small subscription fee, fans can watch the game live with the broadcast from Golden Eagle Broadcasting. Additionally, recaps, statistics and other features from ORU basketball can also be found at www. ORUGoldenEagles.com, which received a completely new look over the summer of 2012. January 8, 1973 That was the day that ORU’s David Vaughn grabbed an incredible 34 rebounds in a 123-95 victory over Brandeis. Since then, only one other player in NCAA Division I has had more, as Fresno State’s Larry Abney collected 35 rebounds against SMU on Feb. 17, 2000. Kansas Plenty of people were happy to see former ORU Head Coach Bill Self, who gave current ORU Head Coach Scott Sutton his start, but the feelings were not reciprocated after the Golden Eagles went into Allen Field House and upset Self’s No. 3 Kansas 78-71 on Nov. 15, 2006. In all, the Golden Eagles have three victories in 11 tries over the Jayhawks, with the series dating back to ORU’s overtime loss in the Elite Eight on March 16, 1974. Largest Crowds The largest crowd to ever witness an ORU basketball game was 19,246 at Arkansas’ Bud Walton Arena on Nov. 25, 1997. The Mabee Center has had 15 sellouts, including an all-time high of 11,178 against Tulsa on March 6, 1975. During the 2011-12 season, ORU had tremendous crowds, including a season-high 9,005 in attendance for ORU’s home victory over Oakland. Overall last year, the Golden Eagles played in front of a crowd of more than 7,000 seven different times, four of which came at home. Mabee Center The “Magnificent” Mabee Center, the home court of ORU basketball, had its grand opening on Dec. 4, 1972, a 90-76 victory over Wisconsin. In the 40 years since, the Mabee Center has played host to five NCAA Tournament regionals (1974, 1975, 1978, 1982, 1985) and five NIT contests (1977, 1980, 1982, 1983, 2012). Overall, ORU has posted a 432-138 (.758) record at the 10,575-seat facility.


NCAA/NIT Appearances ORU has made five trips to the NCAA Tournament (1974 Elite Eight; 1984 First Round; 2006 First Round; 2007 First Round, 2008 First Round), and has played in the NIT eight times (1972 Second Round; 1973 First Round; 1975 Second Round; 1977 First Round; 1982 First Round; 1997 First Round; 2005 First Round; 2012 First Round). Offense ORU led the NCAA in scoring in its first two seasons as a Division I member. In 1971-72, ORU averaged 105.1 points per game (which still ranks sixth in NCAA history) and broke the 100-point mark in 20 of 28 games on way to a 26-2 overall record.The next year, ORU averaged 97.3 points per game, breaking the 100-point mark “only” 11 times during its 21-6 campaign. Practice Facilities ORU basketball has one of the finest practice facilities in the nation thanks to a major renovation, sponsored in part by the Golden Eagle Club. Located in the Mabee Center, the facilities consist of a practice gym, a new training room, a new state-of-the-art video conference room, and an expanded weight room. Quantity and Quality on ESPN During the 2011-12 season, ORU had a number of appearances on ESPN, including highlights from the victory over No. 8 Xavier and the team’s NCAA Tournament résumé after winning the Summit Regular Season Championship. The Golden Eagles also had the “King of the Night” play on Damen Bell-Holter’s 3/4-court buzzer-beater against UALR, and a pair of Top-10 plays with Jake Lliteras’ steal and dunk against South Dakota, and Roderick Pearson’s buzzer-beating shot in overtime against IUPUI. The ESPN BracketBuster game against Akron was also televised by ESPN. Roberts ... Oral and Anthony Evangelist Oral Roberts founded the university that bears his name in 1963, and served as the school’s president until 1993 when he was appointed as the school’s first chancellor. Anthony Roberts proved to be one of the best players in school’s history during his collegiate career from 1973-77. He scored 2,341 career points (without the benefit of the 3-point shot) and is one of only two men’s basketball players to have his jersey (No. 15) retired. He is also one of only two players in NCAA history (LSU’s Pete Maravich the other) to score 65 points or more against a more than one NCAA Division I opponent. Roberts scored a career-high 66 points against North Carolina A&T on Feb. 19, 1977 and followed with a 65-point effort against Oregon on March 9 of that season. The latter contest was in the first round of the NIT at the Mabee Center, and still ranks as the highest point total in a postseason game in NCAA Division I history. Sutton... Greg and Scott Although he played just three seasons, Greg Sutton is the school’s all-time leading scorer with 3,070 career points from 1988-91, and holds many other school records as well. He scored a schoolrecord 68 points against Oklahoma City on Dec. 5, 1990 and went on to average 34.3 points per game as a senior. He led ORU to a 73-32 overall record and two trips to the NAIA National Tournament. Scott Sutton, the youngest son of legendary basketball coach Eddie Sutton, is in his 13th year at the helm of the ORU men’s basketball program. He is the winningest coach in ORU history and has led ORU to six postseason bids, including three NCAA Tournaments. He has been named the conference coach of the year three times, earning the honor in 2001-02, 2007-08 and 2011-12.

True Blue ORU 2011-12 honorable mention AP All-American Dominique Morrison finished his ORU career fifth in scoring with more than 2,000 career points, earning Summit League Player of the Year honors along the way. He also finished ranked in the top 10 in school history in field goals made, free throws made, and free throw percentage. After committing to ORU out of high school, Morrison was recruited late by schools such as Missouri, a school he had grown up cheering for. A man of his word, Morrison remained committed to the school that he “fell in love” with on his visit.“Missouri was my dream school but I fell in love with Oral Roberts. Dreams go away but love stays.” Union (Tenn.) The opponent in ORU’s record-setting offensive performance on Feb. 24, 1972. ORU scored 155 points, including 84 in the second half, to defeat Union by 42 points. 155 points was an NCAA record at the time and still ranks in the Top-25 in NCAA history. V for Victory ORU has won 829 games in 47 seasons of intercollegiate men’s basketball.The 1989-90 team set the school’s single-season record with 36 victories, while last year’s squad set the school’s NCAA Division I record with 27 victories. Workman, Haywoode ORU’s most recent NBA standout ranks sixth on the school’s career scoring list with 1,506 career points, despite playing just three seasons (1986-89). The dynamic guard is also the school’s leader in career steals with 250. He was drafted in the second round by the Atlanta Hawks and also played for the Washington Bullets, the Milwaukee Bucks, the Indiana Pacers, and the Toronto Raptors. Xavier Once in the same conference (the Midwestern Collegiate Conference), ORU defeated Xavier 68-66 to win the tournament and advance to the NCAA Tournament on March 10, 1984 in Chicago, Ill. Xavier was also the opponent when ORU earned its first-ever conference win, a 98-79 triumph on Jan. 21, 1980. The tradition of important ORU wins over Xavier continued in 2011-12, when the Golden Eagles beat the Musketeers in Cincinnati, Ohio, handing them a 64-42 loss, the worst loss ever inside the Cintas Center. Youth After returning all five starters to the 2011-12 roster, this year’s group will look quite a bit different, with as many as six freshman on the 2012-13 roster. (Korey Billbury, Corbin Byford, Brandon Conley, D.J. Jackson, Jorden Kaufman, Caleb Tannehill). Thankfully, two of those are familiar with Coach Scott Sutton’s style of play, having been on the roster last year as well (Billbury, Jackson). Zero The number of games ORU lost at home during the regular season. ORU was 15-0 inside the Mabee Center, including victories over Missouri State, Texas Tech, Oakland and South Dakota State. It was the most home wins since going 18-0 en route to a school record 36-6 mark in 1989 (NAIA), and the most home wins as a Division I program since 1975-76, when ORU finished 15-1 at home.


SCHOOL COLORS Oral Roberts University’s colors have always been blue, gold and white.They were adopted as the standard colors at the inception of the university in 1963. Recently, the two primary colors, blue and gold, underwent changes. Blue, the primary school color, was originally a shade of royal blue. This has been modified to navy blue. The shade of gold has been shifted from a newer gold to what is officially known as vegas gold, a hue which closely resembles old gold.

HOME OF THE GOLDEN EAGLES ORU’s athletic teams are known as the Golden Eagles, a change which became effective on April 30, 1993. Originally, ORU’s nicknames were the Titans for men and the Lady Titans (or Titanettes) for women. These monikers were adopted in 1965 by a vote of the student body, many of whom were from the East Coast and were fans of the New York Titans (now known as Jets) football team. The nicknames endured until 1993, when a search for a new nickname was concluded with the selection of the Golden Eagles. ORU’s new mascot hatched out of its papier-mache egg on Nov. 17, 1993, before the start of an exhibition basketball game.With this unveiling, the Golden Eagle nickname became the official symbol of a new era in ORU athletics. 8


The Mabee Center, one of the most historic collegiate arenas in the nation, has been home to the Golden Eagles since 1972. The arena bears the name of John and Lottie Mabee, who established the Tulsa-based Mabee Foundation in 1948. The benevolences of this foundation are evident throughout the Southwest, where many edifices bear the name. The Mabee Center was built as an elliptical cable-suspension structure with basketball in mind. The arena has 10,575 permanent theater seats - with no obstacles to clear viewing. The splendid viewing and playing areas have drawn nine different national tournaments since the building opened. The Golden Eagle men’s team played in the first NCAA tournament held at the Mabee Center, in 1974. Four other NCAA regionals (1975, 1978, 1982 and 1985) have been based at the Mabee Center. The National Invitation Tournament picked ORU as host five times (1977, 1980, 1982, 1983 and 2012), and the Women’s NIT staged two games at the Mabee Center in 2011. The Mabee Center also annually hosts the Oklahoma state high school playoffs and the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-Star games. It was also the former site of the NAIA National Basketball Championship. The Mabee Center regularly plays host to various conventions, conferences, seminars, and special events such as the annual Miss Oklahoma pageant. In the past, Mabee Center has hosted such top-name per formers as Elvis Presley, Garth Brooks, Willie Nelson, Justin Bieber, Reba McEntire and Blue Man Group.

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In an era of considerable change in intercollegiate athletics, the Southland Conference continues to be a model of innovation, stability and consistent achievement as it celebrates the academic and athletic accomplishments of its member institutions. What began as a small gathering of college administrators nearly 50 years ago, the Southland Conference has transformed itself into a dynamic and respected consortium of 11 member universities in four states. Beginning with a historic meeting of five institutions in Dallas on March 15, 1963, that included current member Lamar University (then Lamar State College of Technology), the Southland Conference set on an extraordinary course that has proven successful well into its fifth decade of existence. The successful transformation continues. On Oct. 11, 2011, the Southland Conference announced the addition of Oral Roberts University, effective for the 2012-13 academic year, marking the league’s first entry into the state of Oklahoma and the Tulsa metropolitan area. Shortly thereafter, on Nov. 21, the Southland announced the addition of Houston Baptist University for the 2013-14 academic year, giving the league an 11th member and its first institution in the region’s largest city, home to significant student-recruitment and alumni bases. In addition to its two newest members, the Southland Conference membership also consists of the University of Central Arkansas, Lamar University, McNeese State University, Nicholls State University, Northwestern State University, Sam Houston State University, Southeastern Louisiana University, Stephen F. Austin State University and Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. All told, the membership of the Southland encompasses approximately 120,000 current students and an alumni base of nearly 700,000. Famous alums from current Southland Conference schools include former CBS news anchor Dan Rather (Sam Houston State), NBA executive Joe Dumars (McNeese State), ABC news anchor Robin Roberts (Southeastern Louisiana), major League Baseball stars Kevin Millar (Lamar) and Mike Miley (Southeastern Louisiana), NBA legend Scottie Pippen (Central Arkansas), Grammy Award-winning musicians Don Henley and Rodney Crowell (both Stephen F. Austin), NFL standout Lardarius Webb (Nicholls State), PGA Tour

golfer Chris Stroud (Lamar), award-winning filmmaker Richard Linklater (Sam Houston State, American Idol winner Kris Allen (Central Arkansas), NCAA football coach Charlie Strong (Central Arkansas), TV personality Kathie Lee Gifford (Oral Roberts), and NFL coaching legend O.A.“Bum” Phillips (Lamar, Stephen F. Austin), The cities of the Southland are diverse and progressive, ranging from international business and cultural centers such as Houston, New Orleans, Tulsa and Little Rock, to the historical cities of Nacogdoches, Texas, and Natchitoches, La., to the home of the modern oil boom, Beaumont, Texas, to the unique Cajun French cultures found in the Louisiana cities of Thibodaux and Lake Charles. Southland Conference institutions also draw large numbers of students from the metropolitan areas of Dallas-Fort Worth, San Antonio, Baton Rouge, Austin, and Shreveport. The Southland sponsors 17 championship sports, all at the NCAA Division I level. The eight men’s sports include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis, and indoor and outdoor track and field. The women compete for nine championships in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field, and volleyball. The conference earns automatic qualification to NCAA championships in baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, football, men’s and women’s golf, women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s tennis, and volleyball. Continuing its tradition of innovation, the league launched the Southland Conference Television Network in the fall of 2008 and has already broadcast more than 130 events. The network is expanding its reach to roughly 11 million households throughout Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Oklahoma in 2012-13. In its first four years, the regional network has received recognition for its work, earning College Sports Media and Telly Awards on a regular basis. The Southland Conference, in conjunction with the city of Frisco, Texas and Hunt Sports Group, also serves as the host to the NCAA Division I Football Championship Game in Frisco, which has been home to the conference headquarters since 2006. The game is played at Frisco’s FC Dallas Stadium. Southland Conference football ranks among the best Football Championship Subdivision leagues in the nation, and enjoys an annual expectation of competing for the national championship with multiple teams advancing to the NCAA playoffs each year. In 2011, Sam Houston State finished the regular season undefeated and ranked No. 1 nationally, and advanced to the NCAA national championship game. Also, in 2002 and 2003, McNeese State finished the regular season ranked No. 1 in the nation, and advanced to the 2002 national championship contest. The conference has been represented in seven national championship games since the league joined the Football Championship Subdivision (formerly I-AA) in 1982. All told, Southland teams have played in 99 Division I playoff games in 30 years, winning 47 of the contests. Historically, the Southland’s successful football heritage has sustained itself through numerous membership and classification changes. Originally an NAIA conference, the Southland joined the NCAA College Division in 1968. The College Division was re-named NCAA Division II in 1973, and the league played two seasons in that class, before joining Division I in 1975. The Southland was an NCAA Division I-A league from 1978-81, before joining the ranks of FCS in 1982, its home ever since. During its tenure as a Division I-A conference, the Southland Conference was instrumental in the startup of the Independence Bowl in 1976. The Southland repre-


sentative served as the host team of the bowl until 1980, compiling a 2-3 record in those contests. The conference can lay claim to five national championships, including College Division championships through former members Arkansas State (1970, UPI) and Louisiana Tech (1972, National Football Foundation). Louisiana Tech also won the first NCAA-sanctioned national title, winning the Division II playoffs in 1973.Tech followed that with the UPI’s Division II national championship in 1974. LouisianaMonroe won the 1987 national championship. McNeese State, which has made 14 appearances in the national playoffs, also played in the 1997 NCAA Division I Championship game, while Stephen F. Austin played in the 1989 title contest and has six playoff appearances, including 2009 and 2010. Northwestern State has played in the playoffs six times, and advanced to the semifinals in 1998, while Sam Houston State has earned five trips to the postseason, including the semifinals in 2004. Nicholls State has participated three times in the playoffs, and Central Arkansas made its playoff debut in 2011. On four occasions, the Southland has placed three teams in the NCAA playoffs. The Southland has produced 163 first-team football All-Americans during its history and in 2010, Stephen F. Austin quarterback Jeremy Moses became the first player in Southland history to receive the Walter Payton Award, which is presented annually to the most outstanding football player at the FCS level. The Southland is one of five FCS conferences with at least 200 selections (205) in the National Football League draft. The league also ranks third in the FCS with 25 players taken in the draft since 2000 and has 13 former players on NFL rosters heading into the 2012 season. The Southland Conference has also sent such talent to the professional ranks as Buffalo’s Terrence McGee (Northwestern State) and Felton Huggins (Southeastern Louisiana), Minnesota’s Rhett Bomar (Sam Houston State), Jacksonville’s Bryan Smith (McNeese State) and Larry Hart (Central Arkansas), Tennessee’s Jacob Ford (Central Arkansas), Baltimore’s Lardarius Webb (Nicholls State), Seattle’s Dominique Edison (Stephen F. Austin) and Green Bay’s Antonio Robinson (Nicholls State), who became the Southland’s 24th player to win a Super Bowl when the Packers beat Pittsburgh in Super Bowl XLV in Arlington in 2011. Among the former NFL stars from the Southland include Fred Dean, who was inducted to the Professional Football Hall of Fame in 2008 to become the first former Southland Conference player to earn induction in Canton. Other great NFL players from the Southland include Super Bowl XXIX quarterback Stan Humphries, Bill Bergey, Mike Barber, Fred Barnett, Bubby Brister, Ray Brown, Roger Carr, Larry Centers, Bruce Collie, Jackie Harris, Buford Jordan, Tim McKyer, Kavika Pittman, Billy Ryckman, Rickey Sanders, Eugene Seale, Rafael Septien, Terrance Shaw, Marcus Spears, Pat Tilley and Marvin Upshaw. The Southland Conference has also seen its share of great coaches during its history in Maxie Lambright, Ernie Duplechin, Sam Goodwin, Jack Doland, Bennie Ellender, Bobby Keasler, Larry Lacewell, Bill Davidson, Dennis Franchione, Pat Collins, and Ron Randleman. In addition to football, the Southland Conference can point to a number of accomplishments in all sports. Men’s basketball has experienced a tremendous amount of success during the Southland’s 45-plus years. The league has sent two teams to the NCAA Sweet Sixteen, as well as a squad to the NIT Final Four. Basketball stars Karl Malone, Joe Dumars, Jeff Foster, Dwight “Bo” Lamar, Andrew Toney and Mike Oliver played in the Southland Conference. In 2006, Northwestern State, playing as the No. 14 seed in the NCAA tournament, defeated No. 3 seed Iowa, 64-63, in first-round action. The league

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also saw three of its current teams, including newcomer Oral Roberts, reach the postseason in 2011. Coaches such as Billy Tubbs, Mike Vining, Scotty Robertson, Jack Martin, Andy Russo, Bobby Paschal and Pat Foster have led teams in the Southland. In women’s basketball, the Southland also has its share of tradition with former member Louisiana-Monroe advancing to the 1985 NCAA Women’s Final Four, and Stephen F. Austin sustaining itself as one of the most successful programs in the history of the sport. In 2008, the Ladyjacks became the eighth program in NCAA Division I history to record more than 800 wins. In each of the last three seasons, at least three Southland teams reached the postseason, and in 2011, half of the current members, five (including newcomer Oral Roberts), earned postseason berths. A Southland team has played in the WNIT 12 times, including each of the last six years. Women’s basketball all-stars have included Eun Jung Lee, Lisa Ingram, Portia Hill, Deneen Parker, Katrina Price, and Joskeen Garner, and coaches such as Gary Blair, Linda Sharp, James Smith and Linda Harper. Baseball has emerged as a constant Southland Conference strength with the league earning numerous national rankings and NCAA tournament berths. The Southland consistently ranks among the top-10 conferences in the country. In 2011, 50 of the league’s 150 non-conference victories came against the Big 12, Conference USA, Sun Belt and SEC. Major leaguers such as Ben Sheets, Micah Hoffpauir, Hunter Pence, David Segui, Brian Lawrence, Ben Broussard, Chuck Finley, Jerald Clark, and Terry Matthews once played in the Southland. In 2012, Southeastern Louisiana’s Stefan Lopez became the league’s second winner of the national Stopper of the Year Award, which is selected by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers. Sam Houston State’s Luke Prihoda won the award in 2007. Only the Big 12 Conference has had more players win that award. The Southland also fares well each year in the Major League Draft. Seventeen players were selected in 2012, a year after the league saw 25 players taken in 2011, which matched 1995 for the most in its history. The league, which has had 456 draft picks all time, has had two players, Ben Sheets (Louisiana-Monroe) and Michael Choice (UT Arlington) taken seventh in the draft, marking the league’s highest-ever draft picks. In 2011, Lamar mentor Jim Gilligan became the first Southland coach to reach 1,200 career victories, ranking him sixth-best in the NCAA among active Division I coaches and 24th all-time. After 26 years as a college head coach, including his last five years at Sam Houston State, Mark Johnson retired following the 2011 season with 1,043 career wins. He is among an impressive list of coaches who have patrolled Southland Conference dugouts, including Mike Bianco, John Cohen, Mitch Gaspard, Smoke Laval, Butch McBroom, Pat Patterson, Tony Robichaux, Dave Van Horn and Jim Wells. Softball continues to enjoy success on a national level, beating nationallyranked opponents every year since 1995, including McNeese State’s win at No. 1 Arizona State early in the 2012 season. In 2011, the league had four wins against ranked opponents, including a win by Stephen F. Austin at No. 3 Texas. In 20 years of NCAA tournament competition the Southland has racked up 15 wins. The Southland also has a proud history in volleyball with former member UT Arlington representing the conference numerous times in the NCAA tournament, including a run to the NCAA Volleyball Final Four in 1989. Track and field has also served as a proud asset for the Southland Conference as the league has produced numerous national champions and Olympic medalists.The Southland boasts 28 men and three women student-athletes who have won NCAA track and field national championships, including Northwestern State’s Trecey


Southland Conference Demographics School Central Arkansas Lamar McNeese State Nicholls State Northwestern State Oral Roberts Sam Houston State Southeastern Louisiana Stephen F. Austin Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

Location Population Enrollment Arena Capacity Conway, Ark. 59,000 11,578 Farris Center 5,000 Beaumont, Texas 114,000 14,522 Montagne Center 10,080 Lake Charles, La. 90,000 8,941 Burton Coliseum 8,000 Thibodaux, La. 15,000 6,404 Stopher Gymansium 3,800 Natchitoches, La. 17,865 9,191 Prather Coliseum 3,400 Tulsa, Okla. 937,478 3,259 Mabee Center 10,575 Huntsville, Texas 39,189 17,618 Bernard G. Johnson Coliseum 6,100 Hammond, La. 20,019 15,414 University Centr 7,500 Nacogdoches, Texas 32,996 12,903 William R. Johnson Coliseum 7,203 Corpus Christi, Texas 305,215 10,200 American Bank Center 8,100

Rew, who won the women’s discus in 2011,Texas A&M-Corpus Christi’s Shadrack Songok (10,000-meter run) in 2007 and 2008 and McNeese State’s Brad Gebauer (pole vault) in 2007. The league has also produced U.S. Olympic track and field medalists Earl Bell, Thomas Hill, Al Joyner and Charles Austin, Liudmila Litvinova, along with other Olympians. With the addition of 10 more All-Americans in 2012, the league continues to find national success in both indoor and outdoor track and field. In the indoor circuit, the Southland boasts 66 unique all-time All-Americans that have won a combined 11 national championships. Likewise, in the outdoor season, the league has seen 158 different All-Americans, including 128 men and 30 women, who have combined to win 21 national championships. Golf has traditionally been a strong Southland sport as exemplified by Lamar men’s golfer Chris Stroud, who finished third individually at the 2003 NCAA National Championship and is a member of the PGA Tour. Both Stroud and former Southeastern Louisiana golfer Hugo Leon competed in the 2010 U.S. Open. The league has sent multiple teams into postseason play on numerous occasions, including in 2012 when three Southland teams – Lamar, Southeastern Louisiana and UT Arlington – competed in the NCAA tournament. Additionally, during the past four seasons the Southland has sent 10 golfers to compete as individuals in regional play with five in 2009, three more in 2010 and one each in 2011 and 2012. Lamar won a pair of NCAA Division II national championships in 1967 and 1968, and also produced PGA player Ronnie Black. In 2005, Lamar’s Dawie Van Der Walt finished fourth individually and Lamar tied for 12th place at the NCAA Men’s Golf Championship, before the Cardinals tied for ninth in 2006 and tied for third in 2007. Former Lamar golfer Casey Clendenon advanced to the semifinals of the U.S. Amateur in 2007. In women’s tennis, Southeastern Louisiana won 46 consecutive conference matches during a four-year period that began in 2005, while in men’s tennis Texas A&M-Corpus Christi has played in the NCAA tournament four times in the last six years. The conference has increased sponsorship and championship opportunities for female student-athletes in recent years, adding women’s golf and soccer as league sports. The Southland Conference has repeatedly demonstrated its commitment to the academic and athletic success of its student-athletes. With the F.L. McDonald Postgraduate Scholarship Award, the league annually honors one male and one female scholar-athlete with a stipend for postgraduate study. The Scholar-Athlete Award is given to each institution’s male and female student-athlete with the highest grade-point average. The Steve McCarty Citizenship Award, initiated in 2005-06 and named after the former Stephen F. Austin athletic director, properly recognizes

accomplishments off the court for a male and female student-athlete. Also, studentathletes with grade-point averages above 3.0 are honored on the Southland’s annual All-Academic teams and Commissioner’s Honor Roll. A record 979 student-athletes appeared on the honor roll following the 2012 spring semester. While successful on the fields and courts, the Southland Conference has repeatedly demonstrated its commitment to the academic and athletic success of its student-athletes. The conference continues to make great strides in the classroom. During the last six years, no other Division I conference has improved its Academic Progress Rate as well as the Southland Conference has. In fact, in 2009-10, the Southland ranked 10th among the 31 Division I leagues in men’s basketball APR.The academic progress the league has shown ultimately leads to higher graduation rates for our studentathletes. In addition to providing expanding opportunities for student-athletes, the Southland Conference and its member institutions are very involved in various community outreach programs. Many of these programs provide positive life skills training such as academics, citizenship and leadership to school-aged students in Southland communities. Southland Conference 2600 Network Blvd., Suite 150 Frisco, Texas 75034 Phone: 972-422-9500 Fax: 972-422-9225

Name Title Tom Burnett Commissioner Henry Archuleta Assistant Commissioner/Compliance Services Teri Franch Administrative Professional Edd Henderson Associate Commissioner/Financial Operations Calhoun Hipp Director of Communications Jack Key Associate Commissioner/CFO Todd Lamb Assistant Commisioner/Communications Bruce Ludlow Associate Commissioner/Operations Stephanie McDonald Associate Commissioner/Institutional Services Jenny McGhee Associate Commissioner/External Affairs Chris Mycoskie Assistant Commisioner/TV & Electronic Media Stephanie Tracy Assistant Director of Operations Chris Parker Communications Intern

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Oral Roberts University Founded in 1963 by evangelist Oral Roberts to educate the whole person-mind, body and spirit-ORU promises a world-class academic experience in the context of a vibrant Christ-centered community. Today, ORU envisions a bright future, energized by the financial support of the Green family-who has generously provided more than $60 million to the University-and by the appointment of a new president, Dr. Mark Rutland. The New ORU is pursuing excellence in every category-strengthening academic programs, upgrading technological capabilities and improving facilities campus-wide. A comprehensive university dedicated to strong student outcomes, ORU offers 65 undergraduate majors, many with national accreditation, as well as 14 master’s-level programs and two doctoral degrees. Faculty members educated at the nation’s top graduate schools serve as academic, professional and spiritual mentors to students who come to ORU from every corner of the globe. ORU continues to redefine what it means to be a leading Christian university. We invite you to feel the energy of the New ORU and become a part of this university on the go. Oral Roberts University is a charismatic university, founded in the fires of evangelism and upon the unchanging precepts of the Bible. The university was founded as a result of the evangelist Oral Roberts’ obeying God’s mandate to build a university on God’s authority and the Holy Spirit. God’s commission to Oral Roberts was to “Raise up your students to hear My voice, to go where My light is dim, where My voice is heard small, and My healing power is not known, even to the uttermost bounds of the earth. Their work will exceed yours, and in this I am well pleased.” The mission of Oral Roberts University - in its commitment to the Christian faith - is to educate the whole person in spirit, mind, and body, thereby preparing its graduates to be professionally competent servant-leaders who are spiritually alive, intellectually alert, physically disciplined, and socially adept. The university seeks to synthesize the best practices of liberal arts, professional, and graduate education with a charismatic emphasis to enable students to go into every person’s world with God’s message of salvation and healing for the totality of human need.

Dr. Mark Rutland, ORU President Dr. Mark Rutland brings significant academic and leadership experiences to his role as president of Oral Roberts University. Originally from Texas, Dr. Rutland completed a bachelor of science at the University of Maryland in 1970.Then, answering God’s call to the ministry, he earned a master of divinity degree from Candler School of Theology at Emory University in Georgia in 1972, and became a United Methodist pastor. He went on to earn a Ph.D. in church growth from the California Graduate School of Theology in 1988. He served alongside Dr. Paul Walker at Mount Paran Church of God in Atlanta, Georgia. For five years he served as Senior Pastor of Calvary Assembly of God in Florida. During his tenure Calvary gained national notoriety as a model of turnaround leadership. In the late 1970s, Rutland began preaching revival meetings in churches across the nation and was soon ministering around the world. He founded Global Servants, which has a church-planting ministry in West Africa and a large girls’ home in Thailand. In 1998, he launched out into a second turnaround adventure: the presidency of Southeastern College in Lakeland, Florida. During his decade of leadership that college became a university, tripled enrollment from less than 1,000 to more than 3,000 students, and saw the Lakeland campus expanded with $50 million in new construction. While there Rutland also established the Jerusalem Studies Center in Israel. Along with his academic and ministry pursuits, Dr. Rutland has authored 13 books and hosted a 30-minute daily radio program called The Herald of Joy. He and his wife, Alison, have partnered in marriage and ministry for 42 years. They have three married children and five grandchildren. He is currently ordained with the International Ministerial Fellowship. Page 18

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lead the Golden Eagle athletic programs. Another key component in ORU’s recent athletic success was the acceptance into the Summit League (formerly the Mid-Continent Conference) on July 1, 1997. The formal announcement was made on Sept. 17, 1996, and came after years of hard work and dedication by Carter and University leaders. Beginning in 2012-13, Carter will lead the Golden Eagles into a new age as the department moves from the Summit League into the Southland Conference. While in the Summit League, the Golden Eagles were a perennial favorite for the league’s Commissioner’s Cup, awarded to the league’s best overall athletic department. ORU captured nine Cups in 14 years. Over the past 14 years the Golden Eagles have totaled 74 NCAA Tournament appearances and two NIT appearances, two WNIT appearances, 68 All-America selections, and two Olympians. In 2008, track & field athlete Andretti Bain became ORU’s first national champion in any sport when he captured NCAA titles in both the indoor and outdoor 400 meters. Bain went on to win a silver medal at the Beijing Olympics as part of the Bahamian 4x400 meter relay team. Pole vaulter Jack Whitt became the second National Champion, winning the 2012 Outdoor Pole Vault Championship. In the London 2012 Olympics, ORU was again represented as Dominique Allen competed for Great Britain’s women’s basketball team, while Prince Mumba earned a spot in the 800m competition for his native country of Zambia. Whitt was selected as an alternate for Team USA in the Pole Vault. ORU’s athletic success hasn’t just been limited to wins on the field though. The Golden Eagles have been extremely successful in the classroom as well, earning an overall GPA of 3.0 or better in 13 out of the last 14 years. Part of the reason for those honors was Carter’s creation of the Eli Academic Learning Center, one of the many facility upgrades he has directed. Others include the construction and/or improvement of the volleyball, baseball, basketball and soccer facilities. New locker rooms, playing surfaces, sound systems, signage, and additional seating have assured ORU that its athletic facilities can rival most NCAA Division I universities. Yet, Carter isn’t resting on his laurels. New men’s and women’s basketball locker rooms, women’s basketball offices and a sports medicine facility in the Mabee Center have been constructed. ORU opened the Golden Eagle Sports Complex in 2006, a multi-purpose facility located at J.L. Johnson Stadium which features a 2,500-square foot strength and conditioning center; the Grand Slam Room; and new offices for the baseball coaching staff. A 35,000-square foot indoor practice facility opened as part of the Golden Eagle Sports Complex in the summer of 2009. The Mabee Center basketball arena received a new state-of-the-art video scoreboard in the fall of 2008. Additional renovations are under consideration. All of these enhancements have been made in an effort to maintain ORU’s athletic success, and advance to the next level in the near future. Carter and his wife, Paula have two grown children, Lizz and Cason, and two grandchildren. They are also the parents of late son, Scott, who died in December 1993 of childhood cancer.

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To say Mike Carter had his work cut out for him when he accepted the director of athletics position at Oral Roberts University on Nov. 7, 1994, is quite an understatement. It was hard enough for Carter to leave a successful business and sports law practice to embark on a career change. But combined that with the fact ORU was just beginning its second year back to active NCAA Division I status with only three full-time support personnel and no conference affiliation, and his endeavor was even more challenging. However, nearly 18 years later, it’s clear that Carter’s vision and guidance -- along with a strong commitment to athletics by the University -- has led the department to dramatic enhancements and unprecedented success. His leadership earned him the 2011-12 Division I Central Region Under Armour AD of the Year honors. Under Carter’s leadership, the department is now properly staffed with support personnel. During his tenure he has developed positions in athletic development, business administration, compliance, academic services, sports medicine, strength training, marketing and media relations. All of these support services have proven to be necessary for ORU to compete successfully in today’s world of Division I athletics. Across the board, each athletic program has thrived with Carter at the helm. That success can be traced directly to the fact that Carter has chosen outstanding coaches and administrators to


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38-25 1st 15th consecutive NCAA Regional appearance, swept the Summit League regular season and tournament titles N/A 9th 7th overall individual finisher, one1st Team All-Conference Selection N/A 6th 2 of the top 3 individual finishers, USTFCCC All-Academic Team, UTSFCCCA All-Region Selection 27-7 (17-1) 1st NIT First Round, Tied the Summit League record with 17 league victories 20-11 (14-4) 2nd Third consecutive WNIT appearance N/A 3rd Had three top-three team finishes, had the Summit League Newcomer of the Championship N/A 1st 15th consecutive NCAA Regional appearance, four all-conference selections 7-11-1 (3-3-1) 3rd 2nd consecutive appearance in Summit League Championship match 7-10-2 (4-4-1) T-5th Won six games in a row during the season, had one all-conference and two all-freshman selections 12-6 (6-0) 1st NCAA First Round, swept the Summit League regular season and tournament titles 1-15 (0-5) 6th None N/A 2nd Nine all-conference selections, 23rd at NCAA Championships, two All-Americans (LJ and PV) N/A 6th Five all-conference selections N/A 5th Jack Whitt won his first National Championship, four individual NCAA qualifiers, two All-Americans N/A 4th Broke three school records, two NCAA qualifiers, one USTFCCCA honorable mention All-American 20-10 (12-6) 3rd Won 2 tournament championships, played in the Summit League Championship match

NATIONAL CHAMPION Jack Whitt, Outdoor Pole Vault Capital One CoSIDA Academic All-District Mikey Manghum, Men’s Basketball Kevi Luper, Women’s Basketball First Team All-Americans Clive Chafausipo, Indoor Track (NCAA) Jack Whitt, Indoor Track (NCAA) Clive Chafausipo, Indoor Track (USTFCCCA) Jack Whitt, Indoor Track (USTFCCCA) Clive Chafausipo, Outdoor Track (NCAA) Jack Whitt, Outdoor Track (NCAA) Clive Chafausipo, Outdoor Track (USTFCCCA) Jack Whitt, Outdoor Track (USTFCCCA) Other all-americans Dominique Morrison, Men’s Basketball (AP honorable mention) Dominique Morrison, Men’s Basketball (CollegeInsider.com) Kevi Luper, Women’s Basketball (College Sports Madness) Jose Trevino, Baseball (Louisville Slugger, Freshman)

major award winners Mike Carter, Athletics Director of the Year (NACDA) Bruna Silva, Volleyball, Defensive Player of the Year (Summit League) Aaron Birk, Men’s Soccer, All-Midwest Team (NSCAA) Jarrett Hamilton, Men’s Soccer, All-Midwest Team (NSCAA) Scott Sutton, Men’s Basketball, Coach of the Year (Summit League) Dominique Morrison, Men’s Basketball, Player of the Year (Summit League) Steven Roundtree, Men’s Basketball, Sixth Man of the Year (Summit League) Kevi Luper, Women’s Basketball, Player of the Year (Summit League) Jack Whitt, Track & Field, Indoor Field Athlete of the Year (Summit League) Drew Bowen, Baseball, Pitcher of the Year (Summit League) Jared Schlehuber, Baseball, Player of the Year (Summit League) Jose Trevino, Baseball, Newcomer of the Year (Summit League) Drew Bowen, Baseball, Tournament MVP (Summit League) Brandon Healy, Baseball, All-Waco Regional (NCAA) Iryna Khatsko, Women’s Tennis, Player of the Year (Summit League) Chris Milliron, Women’s Tennis, Coach of the Year (Summit League) Scott Newell, Men’s Golf, Newcomer of the Championship (Summit League) Kristen Radcliff, Women’s Track & Field, Women’s Track MVP (Summit League) Jack Whitt, Men’s Track & Field, Outdoor Field Athlete of the Year (Summit League) Kristen Radcliff, Women’s Track & Field, All-Region (USTFCCCA)

Conference champions Men’s Basketball Team (Regular Season) Women’s Golf Team (Tournament) Women’s Tennis (Regular Season and Tournament) Baseball (Regular Season and Tournament) Jack Whitt, Indoor Track & Field (Pole Vault) Jeffery Gibson, Indoor Track & Field (400m, 200m) Clive Chafausipo, Indoor Track & Field (Long Jump) Jeffery Gibson, Outdoor Track & Field (400m, 400m hurdles) Jack Whitt, Outdoor Track & Field (Pole Vault) Kristen Radcliff, Outdoor Track & Field (1,500m) Camila Pirelli, Outdoor Track & Field (Javelin, Heptathlon)

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Head Coach - 14th Season 250-162 (.607) Oklahoma State, 1994

The all-time winningest coach at ORU, Scott Sutton has posted 250 wins in 13 seasons leading the Golden Eagles. Since the start of the 2001-02 season, Sutton has guided the Golden Eagles to a 227-126 (.643) mark. During that same span, ORU has finished either first or second in the conference standings nine times. Last year, the Golden Eagles won more regular season games than any other time in program history as an NCAA Division I program, tying the mark for overall wins entering the conference tournament. For his team’s work, he was rewarded with 2012 Summit League Coach of the Year honors to go along with his players’ Summit League Player of the Year (Morrison) and Summit League Sixth Man of the Year (Roundtree) awards. Four Golden Eagles (Morrison, Roundtree, Craion, Niles) were honored on the first, second or honorable mention all-conference honors. Those bench marks of longevity and success seem hard to imagine for some. After all, Sutton managed just 23 wins in his first two season after taking over a depleted program prior to the 1999-2000 season. But since the start of the 2001-02 campaign, Sutton has made significant strides and turned ORU into one of the nation’s most respected -- and feared -- mid-major programs. Not only have the Golden Eagles have averaged more than 19 wins annually in Sutton’s 13 seasons, but over the last 10 that figure has grown to better than 22 victories a year. Sutton has guided ORU to six 20-win seasons, five Summit League regular-season titles, three tournament championships, three NCAA Tournament appearances, two NITs and one CIT. But perhaps most impressive for Sutton and the Golden Eagles since 1999 are the upset victories. Signature wins have become a trademark of the Sutton era, and they’ve become an annual part of ORU Basketball. Every season since 2002-03, the Golden Eagles have knocked off at least one power conference team. During Sutton’s tenure ORU has defeated the likes of Arkansas, Georgetown, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma State, Stanford, Seton Hall and USC. But at the top of that impressive list is ORU’s 78-71 victory at No. 3 Kansas on Nov. 15, 2006.That win not only came against Sutton’s mentor and former ORU boss Bill

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Self, but happened on the night Sports Illustrated proclaimed the Jayhawks as the top team in the land in its annual preview issue. In 13 seasons at the reigns Sutton has produced one three-time All-American, four Freshman All-Americans, 26 all-conference selections, four conference players of the year, four conference newcomers of the year, two conference defensive players of the year, and three conference sixth man of the year picks. National exposure has also been a key element of ORU’s rise. In addition to ORU’s home television appearances on Fox College Sports the last two seasons, the Golden Eagles have made 21 national television appearances since March of 2005, including a 2008-09 meeting with No. 1 North Carolina on ESPN2. Hired as an administrative assistant by former ORU head coach Bill Self prior to the 1995-96 season, Sutton’s early ORU career has often been compared with Self’s. But the current ORU boss has clearly made a name for himself. In 2008 Sutton was finally honored for his coaching achievements within the league when he was named Summit League Coach of the Year. In 2007 he was one of four finalists -- along with Washington State’s Tony Bennett, Wisconsin’s Bo Ryan and John Thompson III of Georgetown -- for Clair Bee National Coach of the Year Award. In 2005, Sutton was honored as the NABC District 12 co-Coach of the Year, sharing the award with his father, Oklahoma State’s legendary Eddie Sutton. Despite not reaching the ultimate goal of appearing in the NCAA tournament, the 2010-11 season was still a successful one by any standard. With a 19-16 record, the Golden Eagles made it 10 consecutive years posting a winning record under Sutton. The team made its first CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament appearance, and earned multiple national awards as Morrison was named to the Mid-Major All-American team and Roundtree was named the Mid-Major Freshman of the Year. Roundtree was also named to the Summit League all-newcomer team and earned Summit League Newcomer of the Year honors. Morrison earned first-team allconference honors, while Damen Bell-Holter and Warren Niles each earned honorable-mention honors. The Golden Eagles also posted a 10-game winning streak, and made another appearance in the Summit League championship game. The 2009-10 season was a roller coaster ride for Sutton and the Golden Eagles. Despite losing a pair of all-conference starters from an underachieving 200809 squad, the Golden Eagles were confident they were

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about to return to their championship ways. But three season-ending knee injuries in the span of three weeks -- including two in the same practice -- made ‘09-10 a year of two steps forward, one step back. Point guard Hunter McClintock and forward Tim Morton suffered knee injuries during a late October practice and missed the year. Veteran point guard Rod Pearson, who was just hitting his stride after sitting out the previous season under NCAA transfer rules, went down with a knee injury of his own in on Nov. 21 at Virginia. In a cruel twist of fate, the injury occurred one game after Pearson’s 20-foot floater knocked off Stanford at the buzzer. Before the season had barely started, ORU was down to 10 scholarship players and no true point guard. But the season wasn’t a waste for the Golden Eagles; far from it. Highlights included wins over Stanford, a thrilling buzzer-beating home victory over Missouri, and an impressive win over nationally ranked New Mexico. ORU did reach the 20-win mark for the fifth time in six seasons and finish third in the Summit League. The 2009-10 season also saw the emergence of forwards Michael Craion and Dominique Morrison. Craion earned Summit League Newcomer of the Year, while Morrison was named first-team All-Summit. Sophomore Ken Holdman, thrust into a starting role at point guard, turned in a solid campaign while receiving his first extensive playing time. Based on previous successes, it would be easy to deem the 2008-09 season a “failure”, especially after missing the post-season for the first time in five seasons. ORU finished the 16-15 overall and was bounced from the Summit League Tournament in the first round. There were highlights, however, including a win over Big East foe South Florida and a 9-1 start to League play. In the end, however, ORU’s string of championships was snapped at four. As good as Sutton and the Golden Eagles have been over the last several years, perhaps nothing was more surprising or satisfying than the 2007-08 season. Following the graduation of 2,000-point scorers Caleb Green and Ken Tutt, Sutton took a team made up of role players and newcomers and steam rolled the newly named Summit League. ORU raced to a record 13-0 conference start and captured its fourth straight regular-season crown on the strength of a record-setting defense and good oldfashioned team play. Sutton pulled all the right strings. Leading scorer Robert Jarvis, a junior college transfer from Seminole State, was relegated to the bench after two games and went on to become the top-scoring sixth man in the

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Date of Birth: June 3, 1970 Birthplace: Omaha, Neb. High School: Henry Clay HS (Lexington, Ky.) Wife: Kim (Sisler) Married: August 21, 1999 Children: Hallie (11), Lauren (9), Maggie (6) 1999-present: Head Coach, Oral Roberts Univ. 1995-99: Asst. Coach, Oral Roberts University

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1992-94: Oklahoma State

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Dominique Morrison Associated Press (HM), 2012 Mid-Major 2011, 2012

Sutton Year-By-Year at ORU

Summit League Player of the Year (4) Caleb Green, 2005, 2006, 2007 Dominique Morrison, 2012 Summit League Newcomer of the Year (4) Reggie Borges, 2002 Ken Tutt, 2004 Michael Craion, 2010 Steven Roundtree, 2011

Summit League Sixth Man of the Year (3) Marchello Vealy, 2007 Robert Jarvis, 2008 Steven Roundtree, 2012

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Record Pct. 18-9 .667 21-7 .750 19-12 .613 17-11 .607 13-17 .433 10-19 .345 17-14 .548 18-10 .643 17-11 .607 25-8 .758 21-12 .636 23-11 .676 24-9 .727 16-15 .516 20-13 .606 19-16 .542 27-7 .794

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Head Coach Totals (13 Seasons): 250-162 (.607) Overall Totals (17 Seasons): 325-202 (.617)

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Summit League Defensive Player of the Year (2) Larry Owens, 2006 Yemi Ogunoye, 2008

Year 1995-96 1996-97^ 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05^ 2005-06#* 2006-07#* 2007-08#* 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11~ 2011-12^

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NCAA Tournament, one season after suffering a heartbreaking defeat in the Mid-Con championship game. But while the season ended on a high note, it was one of Sutton’s most challenging years. A veteran team, one which featured just a single newcomer, was for the third time in four years the consensus pick to capture the Mid-Con crown and advance into the post season. Some publications boldly predicted a Sweet 16 appearance for the Golden Eagles, and for the first time recent memory, ORU received votes in the Associated Press preseason Top 25 poll. But a rash of injuries, combined with a murderous non-conference schedule which featured eight consecutive road games over 24 days in December and early January, contributed to a slow start. Following a loss at Minnesota on Dec. 31st, the undermanned Golden Eagles stood on the brink of Mid-Con play with a 5-7 record. Through it all, Sutton held the Golden Eagles together, reminding them that their goals were still reachable with a strong conference season. ORU started league play well, winning their first three conference games. But the injury bug struck again, when Ken Tutt suffered a foot fracture and was forced to miss 10 games. Again, Sutton kept the Golden Eagles focused. ORU was 8-2 in Tutt’s absence, and in position to win the regular-season title. The Golden Eagles closed with three straight league victories following Tutt’s return, and earned a share of their second straight Mid-Con regularseason crown. Tutt led the way for the Golden Eagles in the MidCon Tournament, earning MVP honors after scoring 27 points in the championship game. After enduring a shocking loss to seventh-seeded Oakland in the Mid-Con finals one year earlier, Sutton said the Golden Eagles’ 85-72 win over Chicago State last year gave him peace. After a loss to No. 1 seed Memphis in the NCAA Tour-

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nation. A swarming defense limited opponents to 62.0 points per game, easily the best number in school history. Non-conference wins over Oklahoma State and Tulsa (the fourth Mayor’s Cup victory in five seasons), a 24-9 overall record, and five national TV appearances helped make 2007-08 an memorable year, even if the year did end with a loss to Pittsburgh in the NCAA Tournament First Round. The 2006-07 season saw the Golden Eagles continue their run through the Mid-Continent Conference. With seniors Caleb Green and Ken Tutt leading the way for their fourth and final season together, ORU captured its third consecutive conference crown, and second straight tournament championship. The tourney title gave ORU consecutive NCAA Tournament berths for the first time in school history. As the prohibitive preseason favorites, none of those events were considered much of a shock to the college basketball world. But what happened on Nov. 15 in Lawrence, Kan., caught everyone by surprise. Facing an 0-2 start to the season after an openingweekend loss at Loyola Marymount, the Golden Eagles visited Allen Fieldhouse for a meeting with Sutton’s former boss Bill Self and his No. 3-ranked Kansas Jayhawks. ORU emerged two hours later with a 78-71 win in what was arguably the biggest regular-season upset of the year, and perhaps the biggest win for ORU in 30 years. Green and Tutt concluded their careers as one of the top duos in college basketball history, becoming the seventh set of teammates in NCAA history to reach 2,000 points together. Green, the three-time Mid-Con Player of the Year, finished his stellar tenure as just the 18th player in NCAA annals with 2,500 points and 1,000 rebounds. ORU finished the season with a 23-11 record, giving the Golden Eagles three-straight 20-win seasons for the first time in three decades. The 2005-06 season saw Sutton and the Golden Eagles finally reach their ultimate goal of advancing to the


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2012-13 ORU Men’s Basketball Fact Book nament first round, ORU ended the year with 21 wins, giving the Golden Eagles consecutive 20-win seasons for the first time since the mid-1970s. Though 2004-05 was a success by anyone’s standards, it was also bittersweet. Sutton led the Golden Eagles to 25 wins, the Mid-Con regular-season title and several big victories. ORU won its second straight Mayor’s Cup game with a record- setting rout of Tulsa. The Golden Eagles also knocked off Georgetown in the Rainbow Classic, Southwest Missouri State in the ESPN Bracket Buster and captured road wins at St. Louis and Valparaiso. But ORU’s upset loss to Oakland in the Mid-Con Tournament finals prevented 2004-05 from being everything the Golden Eagles believed it would be. Despite the crushing loss, ORU was rewarded with a spot in the NIT, the program’s first post-season berth in eight years. After struggling in his first two seasons as head coach Sutton finally reaped the rewards of his hard work in year three. The Golden Eagles rebounded from a 2-7 start to finish 17-14 overall and second in the Mid-Continent Conference. Had it not been for a freak injury to leading scorer Reggie Borges in the opening round of the Mid-Con Tournament, ORU may have reached the NCAA’s much sooner than expected. Instead, without Borges, the Golden Eagles lost in the semifinals. For his efforts, Sutton was named Mid-Con Coach of the Year by a panel of league media members. In 2002-03, ORU began the season 6-0 (the best start in the program’s Division I history), defeating Arkansas, SMU and Wichita State along the way.The Golden Eagles finished the year with an 18-10 overall mark, the school’s most victories since the 1997-98 season. In 2003-04, Sutton guided a team that consisted of just one returning starter and six first-year players to a 17-11 mark and a second-place finish in the Mid-Con. Growing up as the youngest son of a legendary coach, Scott paid close attention to his father, and has borrowed a few notes from Dad as well. He also had the opportunity to play for his father at Oklahoma State from 1992-94, helping the Cowboys reach the NCAA Tournament both seasons. From his days as a youngster watching his father coach at Creighton, Arkansas and Kentucky, to his days as a player for him at Oklahoma State, to his days as an assistant coach at ORU under Self and Barry Hinson, Scott had learned a lot about the game... and ORU. “Of course I understand that it certainly didn’t hurt my chances for getting this job being the son of Eddie Sutton,” Scott said. “I do know that I love this university. This is my university. Oklahoma State may be my alma mater, but ORU is my school.” In truth, Sutton’s love and devotion to ORU, along with his Christianity, basketball knowledge and recruiting ability helped him earn his first head coaching position. It has also helped him get through the highs and lows he has experienced since being named as ORU’s 11th head coach on April 30, 1999. Sutton and his wife, Kim, are the parents of three daughters: Hallie (11), Lauren (9), and Maggie (6).

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Sutton vs. Opponents 2012-13 Opponents in Bold Akron....................................................................................... 1-2 Appalachian State ................................................................... 1-0 Arkansas .................................................................................. 1-4 Arkansas-Little Rock................................................................. 2-3 Arkansas - Pine Bluff................................................................ 1-0 Austin Peay.............................................................................. 2-0 Binghamton ............................................................................ 2-0 BYU.......................................................................................... 0-1 Cal State Northridge ................................................................ 0-2 Cameron .................................................................................. 0-1 Centenary (La.) ...................................................................... 17-1 Central Arkansas ...................................................................... 1-0 Chattanooga ........................................................................... 0-2 Chicago State ........................................................................ 14-2 Colgate .................................................................................... 1-1 Creighton................................................................................. 0-2 Drake ....................................................................................... 0-2 Florida A&M............................................................................. 1-0 Florida International ................................................................ 1-0 Georgetown............................................................................. 1-1 Gonzaga................................................................................... 0-1 Hawaii...................................................................................... 0-1 Howard ................................................................................... 0-1 Idaho ....................................................................................... 0-1 Indiana..................................................................................... 0-1 Indiana State............................................................................ 0-2 IPFW........................................................................................ 9-3 IUPUI ................................................................................... 20-12 Jacksonville ............................................................................. 1-0 John Brown.............................................................................. 1-0 Kansas...................................................................................... 1-0 Lamar....................................................................................... 2-0 Liberty..................................................................................... 1-0 Louisiana-Lafayette.................................................................. 2-2 Louisville.................................................................................. 0-1 Loyola (Ill.) .............................................................................. 2-0 Loyola Marymount................................................................... 0-1 Marquette................................................................................ 0-1 Memphis.................................................................................. 0-1 Miami....................................................................................... 0-1 Minnesota 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Kyan Brown Assistant Coach Fifth Season Oral Roberts, 2001

averaged 7.6 points and 6.3 rebounds per game. Brown and his wife, Suzanne, have three children: Khloe, Caleb and Sophie.

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“This is a great day great day for ORU basketball and for me personally,” said head coach Scott Sutton upon Sean’s addition to the staff. “I’m excited and thankful for the opportunity that (ORU President) Dr. Mark Rutland has provided for me and Sean to work together, and for Sean to lend his expertise to our staff.” With a combined 1,049 wins, the Sutton’s are the most successful father-son basketball coaching combination in NCAA history. Sean Sutton is a 1992 graduate of Oklahoma State where he helped guide the Cowboys to the Sweet 16 in 1991 and 1992. He played two seasons (1987-89) at Kentucky where he was also coached by his father. Sutton helped the Cowboys to a 52-16 record in his two seasons as a player, earning honorable men-

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Former Oklahoma State men’s basketball head coach Sean Sutton begins his third season at ORU and his second as an assistant coach after serving as the executive advisor during the 2010-11 season. The brother of head coach Scott Sutton, Sean Sutton owns over 15 years of college coaching experience. “This is an exciting time for me and my family,” said Sutton.“This is an opportunity for me to do what I love with a staff that I admire, and with my best friend, my brother Scott.” Sean Sutton coached Oklahoma State from 2006-08 and posted a 39-29 record in two seasons in Stillwater. He previously spent 13 seasons as an assistant to his father Eddie, who coached the Cowboys for 16 years. Sean Sutton also served as an assistant at Mississippi during the 1992-93 campaign.

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program. “I’m really excited to work with Coach Sutton and the rest of the staff,” said Brown.“What they’ve been able to accomplish over the years has been remarkable. I’m happy to be a part of the program. It feels like I’m back home.” Prior to his stint at Missouri State, Brown served an assistant at Arkansas-Ft. Smith, helping the Lions to 43-17 record in two seasons (2002-04). Immediately after graduating from ORU, Brown spent the 2001-02 season as freshman boys basketball coach and assistant varsity coach at Metro Christian Academy in Tulsa. In three seasons as a player for the Golden Eagles (1998-2001), Brown appeared in 77 games with 34 starts, including 26 as a senior under thenrookie head coach Scott Sutton. As a senior, Brown

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Kyan Brown, who helped ORU to its first MidContinent Conference basketball championship in 1999, begins his fifth season on staff at ORU. Brown, who graduated from ORU in 2001, spent four years (2004-08) as an assistant coach at Missouri State under former Golden Eagles head coach Barry Hinson prior to returning to his alma mater. “We’re very pleased about Kyan returning to ORU,” said Sutton. “He’s worked his way through the college coaching ranks, from junior college, to Missouri State and now here. He did a great job for Barry, and his enthusiasm and passion for the game make him a great addition to our staff.” In his new position at ORU, Brown assists with all facets of recruiting, including arranging campus and in-home visits with prospects. He will also assist with various other day-to-day duties within the


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Wade Mason Assistant Coach First Season Tulane, 2001 ton and Coach Kruger are both terrific mentors. It is a perfect fit. I’m excited to get on campus and start working hard to continue the winning tradition at ORU.”

Wade Mason was hired at ORU May 7, 2012, bringing more than eight years of coaching experience to the Golden Eagles.

Mason has most recently served as a graduate assistant under Lon Kruger at the University of Oklahoma. Prior to that, he was an assistant coach for three different AAU teams, including the New Orleans Fleur De Lis, the Dallas Spartans and the Georgia Stars.

“I’m elated,” said Mason. “Being at OU I’ve grown attached to the state of Oklahoma. I’m looking forward to this move. The staff is great and similar to OU in that it is a family atmosphere and Coach Sut-

“I am excited about adding Wade to our staff,” said Head Coach Scott Sutton. “He will bring with him a great recruiting connection in Texas and Louisiana, which will help tremendously with our move to the

Southland Conference. He has worked for some of the best AAU coaches, and last year worked with one of the best college coaches in Lon Kruger.” As a player, Mason played for the USA Today National Champion St. Augustine High School team, then went and spent two seasons with Tyler Junior College, helping them earn the top national ranking during the 1996-97 season. He finished his playing career at Tulane University, helping lead his team to a Conference USA National Division championship.

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Steve Upshaw begins his 11th year on the ORU basketball staff. Upshaw joined the Golden Eagles after a successful stint at Cleveland (Okla.) High School. “Steve holds our program together,” says head coach Scott Sutton. “He has more on his plate than anyone on our staff. From academics to internal communications to facilities coordination to helping keep us all organized, Steve is a great asset. We

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joke all the time that we don’t know how we got things done before Steve arrived.” In his position, Upshaw coordinates the dayto-day operations of the men’s basketball office, including travel, equipment, practice scheduling and special projects. He also monitors the team’s academic progress, working closely with ORU Asst. Athletic Director for Athletic Academics Kyle Jones. Upshaw is a 1992 graduate of Northeastern State, and a former assistant coach at Midwest City (Okla.) High School. He joined Cleveland High as head coach in 1992. He spent nine seasons with the Tigers, leading them to a 157-81 overall record during his tenure. Born on April 1, 1968 in Jenks, Okla., Upshaw played high school basketball at Cleveland with current ORU assistant Conley Phipps. He eventually

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Conley Phipps Recruiting Coordinator 14th Season Northeastern State, 1990

name in the NSU record books as a member of the 1,000-point club and earned all-conference honors in 1987-88 and 1988-89. He was inducted in the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 2003. Phipps and his wife Stephanie have three children: daughters Mackenzie (14) and Molly (8), and a son, Trey (11).

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also served an internship with the NFL’s New England Patriots in 1986. A member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and the former chairman of the Oklahoma Athletic Trainers Association (1997-2005), Joslin is certified by the Oklahoma State Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision, as well as the NATA. Joslin and his wife, Vickie, are the parents of daugther, Mikayla(17). Joslin has a stepson, Brandon, and a grandaughter, Cheyenne (4).

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Director of Sports Medicine Fifth Season Tulsa, 1998 John Joslin has been at ORU since 2008, but begins his fourth year as Director of Sports Medicine. Joslin came to ORU after spending the previous three years as Head Athletic Trainer for the Tulsa 66ers of the NBA Developmental League. A 1988 graduate of the University of Tulsa, Joslin worked at EOOC for 20 years, where was responsible for patient education, outreach programs for local high schools and contract event coverage. He also assisted athletic training students during clinical rotations. Joslin gained valuable experience as Head Athletic Trainer for the Tulsa Ambush of the National Professional Soccer League from 1991-1992. He

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town of Cleveland, Okla., in 1990, as the head coach at Cleveland High School. Cleveland compiled a 6317 record during his three-year stint as the head man. Phipps returned to his alma mater as an assistant coach at Northeastern State from 1993-97. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Education there in 1990 and a master’s degree in Education in 1995. In 1997, Phipps left the Redmen to take an assistant’s spot at TCU under Tubbs, for whom he played at Oklahoma from 1984-86. While at OU, he was a member of the Sooners’ 1984-85 Big Eight Championship team as well as the 1985-86 NCAA Tournament team. Phipps later transferred to NSU and was a guard for Ken Hayes’ Redmen from 1987-89. He etched his

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Conley Phipps is in his 14th season as a member of the ORU coaching staff. Prior to joining the ORU staff, Phipps worked in the coaching ranks for nine years, including two seasons at TCU under then-head coach Billy Tubbs. Phipps’ primary responsibilities at ORU include player development, scouting opponents, and coordinating summer camps. “One of the most important qualities Conley brings to our staff is his ability to relate to our players,” says head coach Scott Sutton. “As our primary player development coach, he spends a lot of time with our guys. Conley’s also a great sideline coach with excellent preparation skills. His ability to scout an opponent and help us prepare is invaluable.” Phipps began his coaching career in his home-

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Scott Higgins

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Introduction Coaching Staff Damen Bell-Holter........................ 32-35 Jake Lliteras.................................. 36-37 Mikey Manghum........................... 38-40 Warren Niles.................................. 42-45

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Steven Roundtree......................... 46-49 Kory Billbury, D.J. Jackson....................51 Obi Emegano, Corbin Byford................52 Brandon Conley, Jorden Kaufman........53 Caleb Tannehill, Josh White.................54 2012-13 Rosters..................................56

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2012-13 Roster Breakdown.................57 Season-Career Stats............................60 Radio and TV Roster............................61

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Points: 27, at Akron (1/3/11) FGM: 9, at Akron (1/3/11) 3PTM: 3, at Utah (11/27/10) FTM: 9, vs. Rice (12/23/10) FTA: 10, vs. IPFW (12/28/10) Rebounds: 17, at Missouri (12/16/10) Assists: 5, vs. Rice (12/23/10) Steals: 3, at Oklahoma (12/11/10) Blocks: 4, at IPFW (1/29/11)

Career Statistics Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 TOTAL

GP-GS 33-2 35-35 29-25 97-62

Min/Avg 499/15.1 1065/30.4 776/26.8 2340/24.1

Total 3-Point F-Throw Rebounds FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 57-125 .456 2-17 .118 37-56 .661 45 62 107 3.2 68 1 15 34 18 3 153 4.6 160-313 .511 13-34 .382 131-180 .728 96 178 274 7.8 90 4 51 65 50 19 464 13.3 89-209 .426 6-21 .286 44-63 .698 54 115 169 5.8 58 0 35 58 24 10 228 7.9 306-647 .473 21-72 .292 212-299 .709 195 355 550 5.7 216 5 101 157 92 32 845 8.7


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All-Summit League (HM) - 2011 2011-12 Preseason All-Summit League Team Summit League Player of the Week (College Sports Madness - Dec. 19, 2011) GEICO Play of the Year Finalist

Coaching Staff 2010-11 (Sophomore) Started all 35 games at center after coming off the bench every game as a freshman ... earned honorable mention All-Summit League honors ... ranked among League leaders in rebounding (3rd) and blocked shots (2nd) ... 274 total rebounds were most by an ORU player in four seasons ... his 50 blocked shots tied for ninth in ORU single-season history and were the most by an ORU player in three seasons ... scored in double fig-

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2011-12 (Junior) Played in 29 games, starting 25 after struggling with a sore back to start the season ... had a season-high 20 points against North Dakota State on Jan. 5 ... in just his second game back had a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds against Southern Utah on Dec. 3 ... also had doubledoubles against UALR (12 pts, 11 reb), Texas Tech (11 pts, 10 reb) and

North Dakota State (20 pts, 10 reb) ... finished the season with a 10-point, five rebound performance in the NIT against Nevada ... tied a career high with four blocks against UALR and also hit the game winning 3/4-court shot against the Trojans ... the play was featured on ESPN’s SportsCenter and was a finalist for the GEICO Play of the Year.

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ORU Career Notes Bell-Holter signed with ORU in Spring 2008 but attended prep school in ‘08-09 ... signed again during the November 2008 early signing period ... has appeared in 97 career games with 62 career starts ... owns career averages of 8.7 points and 5.7 rebounds and is seventh in ORU history with 92 career blocks.

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2012-13 ORU Men’s Basketball Fact Book ures 27 times in 35 games ... recorded seven double-doubles ... scored career-high 27 points in loss at Akron ... was 9-of-10 from the field and 8-of-9 from the line against the Zips ... scored 12 points and grabbed a career-high 17 rebounds at Missouri ... the 17 boards were the most by an ORU player in six seasons and also represent a single-game record for a Missouri opponent ... grabbed 12 rebounds and scored eight points with three assists and three blocks vs. IUPUI in Summit League Tournament semifinal win ... capped regular season by recording seventh double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds against Western Illinois ... scored 13 points with seven rebounds, and made game-tying shot at the buzzer to force overtime against UMKC ... recorded first career double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds at Texas Tech ... scored 18 points -- including three 3-pointers -- and added seven rebounds and three blocks in win at Utah ... averaged 13.8 points and 8.6 rebounds in Summit League play. 2009-10 (Freshman) Turned in solid freshman campaign ... served as the primary big man off the bench one of five players to appear in 33 games ... averaged 4.6 points and 3.2 rebounds per game while playing 15 minutes per game ... made two starts (Florida A&M, at Western Illinois) ... came on strong at season’s end, averaging 7.7 points and 6.0 rebounds over the final three games ... scored 11 points and grabbed six rebounds in Summit League Tournament loss to IUPUI ... that effort came on the heels of six points and a season-high nine rebounds in a tournament win over North Dakota State ... made first career start against Florida A&M and responded with seven points, eight rebounds and two assists ... scored season-high 12 points and grabbed five rebounds in victory at Stanford ... averaged 4.0 points and 2.9 rebounds in Summit League play. Prep School Spent the 2008-09 academic year studying and playing basketball at the New Hampton School in New Hampton, N.H. ... coached by Peter Hutchins ... played with four other Division I signees at New Hampton ... averaged 14.3 points, 8.1 rebounds and 4.1 assists in 29 games.

High School 2008 graduate of Ketchikan High School, where he played for Doug Nausid ... two-time first-team 4A All-State selection ... averaged 28.5 points, 17.1 rebounds, 6.7 assists and 4.2 blocks as a senior ... led the Kings to a No. 1 state ranking and regional runner-up finish in 2008 ... averaged 30.2 points, 9.7 rebounds and 5.4 blocks and a junior with a season-high of 41 points ... ESPN/Scouts, Inc. lists Bell-Holter as the 66th-best center in the country ... after his release from Missouri State, Bell-Holter received recruiting interest from Gonzaga, Indiana, Kentucky, Loyola Marymount, Santa Clara and San Francisco.

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FT-A O-D-R PF A TO Blk Stl Pts 5-8 2-1-3 5 0 2 1 2 9 4-6 3-3-6 3 1 2 0 0 8 1-2 0-0-0 2 0 1 1 0 3 4-7 2-5-7 1 0 1 3 0 10 3-5 1-6-7 3 1 1 3 1 18 0-3 2-8-10 2 1 2 0 0 12 1-2 2-8-10 5 0 1 1 0 11 3-4 1-6-7 3 4 3 2 0 13 2-2 1-4-5 1 1 3 3 3 10 6-6 10-7-17 3 1 2 2 0 12 4-6 3-6-9 1 0 2 0 0 16 4-7 3-2-5 3 1 0 1 1 16 9-9 2-5-7 3 5 2 3 1 20 7-10 1-7-8 1 2 5 0 0 11 1-4 2-3-5 5 3 1 0 2 6 8-9 1-6-7 1 0 3 1 0 27 3-5 2-3-5 1 0 2 3 0 17 1-1 1-6-7 4 3 2 0 0 7 6-8 1-6-7 1 0 1 3 2 19 5-7 3-4-7 1 1 3 1 0 13 4-7 3-5-8 2 3 0 0 0 13 5-5 4-7-11 1 0 1 1 0 22 8-9 5-5-10 1 1 3 4 1 22 6-7 7-8-15 2 4 2 0 0 18 4-8 4-5-9 4 0 4 2 1 18 0-0 1-5-6 2 1 0 2 0 8 3-4 2-9-11 3 0 2 3 1 7 2-5 3-6-9 2 3 2 2 0 18 4-4 0-6-6 4 1 5 2 1 11 3-3 5-3-8 3 3 1 0 0 13 3-3 3-8-11 2 1 0 0 0 13 6-6 4-3-7 2 2 0 2 1 14 2-4 6-6-12 4 3 0 3 0 8 2-2 2-3-5 4 3 2 0 1 11 2-2 4-3-7 5 2 4 1 1 10

O-D-R PF A TO Blk Stl Pts 1-1-2 2 0 0 0 0 2 3-3-6 2 0 2 0 0 6 1-4-5 3 1 0 0 0 12 1-0-1 4 0 1 1 0 5 1-3-4 2 0 0 0 0 6 2-6-8 2 2 3 0 0 7 0-0-0 3 0 1 0 0 2 2-5-7 3 2 1 3 1 4 3-2-5 2 0 1 1 1 5 0-2-2 0 0 1 0 0 3 2-1-3 0 1 1 0 0 8 1-2-3 2 1 1 0 0 6 1-1-2 2 0 2 1 0 5 0-2-2 2 1 0 2 0 6 0-1-1 3 0 0 1 0 0 4-0-4 4 0 1 0 0 3 1-2-3 0 0 1 0 0 7 2-1-3 1 0 1 0 0 0 4-0-4 4 0 1 0 0 7 1-0-1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0-0-0 5 1 2 1 0 2 0-3-3 1 0 1 0 0 7 2-1-3 1 0 1 0 0 4 0-0-0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1-1-2 3 1 1 0 0 2 0-0-0 2 0 2 0 0 6 1-0-1 1 0 0 0 0 6 3-5-8 1 2 2 3 0 5 0-2-2 2 1 1 0 0 2 1-3-4 4 0 3 1 0 2 2-1-3 2 1 0 1 0 6 2-7-9 4 1 1 1 0 6 3-3-6 0 0 0 1 0 11

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2009-10 • Freshman • GP 33 • GS 2 • 4.6 PPG • 3.2 RPG Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A 11/13/09 at Wake Forest 13 1-4 0-1 11/16/09 NW Oklahoma St. 17 3-9 0-1 11/18/09 at Stanford 17 5-7 0-1 11/21/09 at Virginia 19 1-4 0-1 11/24/09 vs Sam Houston St. 20 3-4 0-0 11/25/09 vs Florida A&M * 21 3-8 0-3 11/30/09 at UALR 9 1-3 0-0 12/03/09 UMKC 24 1-1 0-0 12/05/09 Southern Utah 15 0-3 0-1 12/09/09 Missouri 13 1-1 0-0 12/13/09 at Indiana State 23 3-8 0-2 12/16/09 at Louisville 19 2-5 1-2 12/23/09 New Mexico 15 2-3 0-0 12/31/09 at South Dakota St. 13 3-4 0-0 01/02/10 at North Dakota St. 13 0-1 0-1 01/07/10 Oakland 16 1-3 0-0 01/09/10 IPFW 15 3-5 0-0 01/14/10 at IUPUI 11 0-2 0-0 01/16/10 at Western Illinois * 17 3-5 1-1 01/20/10 Tulsa 10 0-2 0-0 01/23/10 at Centenary 6 0-1 0-0 01/28/10 North Dakota St. 14 2-5 0-0 01/30/10 South Dakota St. 7 1-2 0-1 02/04/10 at IPFW 6 0-0 0-0 02/06/10 at Oakland 15 1-1 0-0 02/11/10 Western Illinois 11 3-4 0-1 02/13/10 IUPUI 13 2-3 0-0 02/16/10 Centenary 16 1-6 0-1 02/20/10 at Austin Peay 13 1-4 0-0 02/25/10 at Southern Utah 15 1-1 0-0 02/27/10 at UMKC 9 2-3 0-0 03/07/10 vs North Dakota St. 31 3-5 0-0 03/08/10 vs IUPUI 23 4-8 0-0

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Date Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A 11/12/10 at Missouri St. * 28 2-6 0-0 11/16/10 at Tulsa * 20 2-6 0-0 11/20/10 Indiana St. * 18 1-1 0-0 11/24/10 UALR * 19 3-6 0-0 11/27/10 at Utah * 30 6-11 3-6 11/30/10 at Texas Tech * 33 6-8 0-0 12/02/10 at Western Illinois * 24 5-8 0-0 12/04/10 at IUPUI * 32 5-9 0-0 12/11/10 at Oklahoma * 35 3-5 2-2 12/16/10 at Missouri * 35 3-8 0-0 12/21/10 vs Miami (Fla.) * 29 6-16 0-2 12/22/10 vs UALR * 35 6-10 0-0 12/23/10 vs Rice * 35 5-9 1-1 12/28/10 IPFW * 33 2-7 0-1 12/30/10 Oakland * 36 2-10 1-5 01/03/11 at Akron * 32 9-10 1-1 01/06/11 at North Dakota St. * 35 7-8 0-0 01/08/11 at South Dakota St. * 25 3-6 0-0 01/13/11 Southern Utah * 32 6-10 1-1 01/15/11 UMKC * 33 4-9 0-1 01/22/11 Centenary * 21 4-5 1-1 01/27/11 at Oakland * 38 8-18 1-5 01/29/11 at IPFW * 37 7-15 0-0 02/03/11 South Dakota St. * 36 6-12 0-0 02/05/11 North Dakota St. * 30 7-12 0-0 02/10/11 at UMKC * 29 4-7 0-0 02/12/11 at Southern Utah * 36 2-9 0-1 02/15/11 at Centenary * 28 8-9 0-1 02/19/11 Pacific * 33 3-5 1-1 02/24/11 IUPUI * 31 5-12 0-0 02/26/11 Western Illinois * 22 5-9 0-1 03/05/11 vs North Dakota St. * 28 4-8 0-0 03/07/11 vs IUPUI * 32 3-9 0-0 03/08/11 vs Oakland * 35 4-11 1-1 03/16/11 at SMU * 30 4-9 0-3

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FT-A O-D-R PF A TO Blk Stl Pts 0-0 0-0-0 0 1 3 0 1 0 0-2 3-2-5 2 1 2 0 1 0 1-1 5-6-11 0 1 2 2 0 11 2-2 2-2-4 2 1 1 1 0 16 5-8 3-8-11 2 3 2 4 0 12 1-3 3-2-5 3 0 1 0 2 16 0-0 1-6-7 3 2 1 3 0 8 4-4 2-8-10 2 1 4 1 0 11 0-0 1-3-4 1 4 3 0 0 4 0-0 1-2-3 4 3 5 0 1 4 0-0 0-5-5 2 2 3 2 0 2 4-4 5-5-10 0 2 2 0 0 20 0-0 1-2-3 4 0 1 0 0 2 4-4 0-1-1 3 1 2 0 0 4 6-7 2-7-9 2 4 2 0 0 18 3-6 0-4-4 2 1 1 1 1 7 0-0 1-3-4 0 1 2 1 1 4 2-4 2-4-6 4 1 2 0 0 6 1-1 1-9-10 4 0 2 0 0 7 0-0 0-3-3 3 0 2 1 0 2 4-6 4-4-8 1 2 2 0 1 16 4-5 2-7-9 3 0 2 0 0 8 0-0 2-2-4 2 0 1 0 0 8 0-0 3-3-6 2 0 2 0 2 4 3-6 3-3-6 2 2 1 2 0 15 0-0 2-4-6 0 0 1 0 0 6 0-0 1-6-7 4 2 3 3 0 2 0-0 3-0-3 1 0 3 0 0 5 0-0 1-4-5 0 0 0 3 0 10

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Min FG-A 3FG-A 11/11/11 at West Virginia 8 0-0 0-0 11/30/11 Missouri St. 30 0-4 0-1 12/03/11 Southern Utah 26 5-11 0-0 12/08/11 at Oklahoma 28 7-11 0-2 12/12/11 at UALR * 36 3-9 1-1 12/15/11 at Gonzaga * 38 7-14 1-1 12/18/11 at Xavier * 29 4-11 0-1 12/22/11 Texas Tech * 37 3-8 1-3 12/28/11 at UMKC * 23 2-5 0-0 12/30/11 at South Dakota * 22 2-5 0-0 01/03/12 at Oakland * 22 1-5 0-0 01/05/12 North Dakota St. * 31 7-15 2-4 01/07/12 South Dakota St. * 15 1-5 0-0 01/12/12 at Western Illinois * 19 0-2 0-1 01/14/12 at IUPUI * 31 6-10 0-0 01/19/12 IPFW * 28 2-7 0-0 01/21/12 Oakland * 25 2-3 0-1 01/26/12 South Dakota * 26 2-7 0-1 01/28/12 UMKC * 28 3-7 0-0 02/02/12 at South Dakota St. * 22 1-3 0-0 02/04/12 at North Dakota St. * 34 6-10 0-0 02/09/12 IUPUI * 34 2-3 0-1 02/11/12 Western Illinois * 26 4-9 0-1 02/15/12 at IPFW * 22 2-6 0-0 02/18/12 Akron * 31 6-11 0-0 02/25/12 at Southern Utah * 30 3-8 0-0 03/03/12 vs IPFW * 24 1-5 0-1 03/05/12 vs Western Illinois * 23 2-5 1-2 03/14/12 Nevada * 28 5-10 0-0 *-Player was in the starting lineup

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Points: 12 vs. FIU (11/22/11) FGM: 4 vs. FIU (11/22/11) 3PTM: 4 vs. FIU (11/22/11) FTM: 2, Twice (at WIU 1/12/12) FTA: 2, 5x (at WIU, 1/12/12) Rebounds: 5 vs. UAPB (11/16/12) Assists: 3, Twice (vs. SDSU, 1/7/12) Steals: 2, 3x (vs. USD, 1/26/12) Blocks: 1, 4x (vs. Nevada, 3/14/12)

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Career Statistics Year 2011-12 TOTAL

GP-GS 34-0 34-0

Min/Avg 316/9.3 316/9.3

Total 3-Point FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct 22-64 .344 16-49 .327 22-64 .344 16-49 .327

F-Throw Rebounds FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 9-15 .600 5 27 32 0.9 27 0 18 18 4 14 69 2.0 9-15 .600 5 27 32 0.9 27 0 18 18 4 14 69 2.0


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#8 Play on ESPN’s SportsCenter Top-10 - Jan. 26, 2012

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2010-11 (Freshman) Redshirted the season.

2011-12 •R-Freshman • GP 34 • GS 0 • 2.0 PPG • 0.9 RPG

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FT-A O-D-RPF A TO Blk Stl Pts 0-0 0-1-1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0-0 1-1-2 3 0 0 0 1 3 0-0 1-4-5 4 1 0 0 2 3 0-1 0-1-1 0 1 0 1 0 3 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0-0 0-2-2 2 2 2 1 0 12 1-2 0-3-3 0 2 0 0 1 4 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 0 0 1 3 1-2 1-1-2 3 1 0 0 2 3 0-2 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0-0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1-1 0-0-0 2 0 0 0 1 3 1-2 0-2-2 0 1 0 0 1 1 0-0 0-1-1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0-0 0-2-2 0 0 1 0 0 6 0-0 0-0-0 0 3 0 0 0 0 2-2 0-1-1 0 1 1 0 0 5 0-0 0-0-0 0 3 0 0 0 0 2-2 0-1-1 1 0 0 0 1 5 0-0 0-0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 0 0 3 1-1 0-3-3 1 1 3 0 2 3 0-0 0-0-0 2 0 2 0 0 3 0-0 1-0-1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-2-2 0 0 0 0 0 6 0-0 0-1-1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 1-0-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0-0 0-0-0 0 0 0 1 0 0

2012-13 Opponents

Date Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A 11/11/11 at West Virginia 6 0-0 0-0 11/15/11 vs UTSA 12 1-4 1-4 11/16/11 vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff 13 1-3 1-3 11/19/11 Austin Peay 19 1-5 1-5 11/21/11 SMU 6 0-0 0-0 11/22/11 FIU 18 4-4 4-4 11/30/11 Missouri St. 11 1-2 1-2 12/03/11 Southern Utah 13 1-1 1-1 12/08/11 at Oklahoma 14 1-5 0-4 12/12/11 at UALR 9 0-2 0-2 12/14/11 at Gonzaga 8 0-0 0-0 12/18/11 at Xavier 15 1-4 0-2 12/22/11 Texas Tech 16 0-3 0-1 12/28/11 at UMKC 6 0-0 0-0 12/30/11 at South Dakota 11 2-3 2-2 01/03/12 at Oakland 9 0-1 0-1 01/05/12 North Dakota St. 8 1-2 1-1 01/07/12 South Dakota St. 12 0-2 0-1 01/12/12 at Western Illinois 9 1-1 1-1 01/14/12 at IUPUI 8 0-1 0-1 01/19/12 IPFW 4 0-2 0-1 01/21/12 Oakland 11 1-2 1-2 01/26/12 South Dakota 17 1-3 0-2 01/28/12 UMKC 7 1-1 1-1 02/02/12 at South Dakota St. 10 0-3 0-3 02/04/12 at North Dakota St. 2 0-0 0-0 02/09/12 IUPUI 8 3-5 0-2 02/11/12 Western Illinois 7 0-1 0-1 02/15/12 at IPFW 6 0-1 0-1 02/18/12 AKRON 1 0-0 0-0 02/25/12 at Southern Utah 11 1-1 1-1 03/03/12 vs IPFW 3 0-1 0-0 03/05/12 vs Western Illinois 2 0-0 0-0 03/14/12 Nevada 4 0-1 0-0

2011-12 Season in Review

High School 2010 graduate of Cedar Ridge High School in Hillsborough, N.C. ... left-hander earned player of the year honors in the Carolina 9 conference as a senior after helping lead the Red Wolves to a 25-3 overall record, which included an undefeated conference season .... averaged 14.8 points, 5.6 rebounds and 3.5 assists per game while shooting over 45 percent from the floor ... helped lead CRHS to sectional and district championships, earning North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association alldistrict honors along the way ... played in the 2010 Carolina’s Classic All-Star game, featuring the top seniors in North Carolina and South Carolina ... started and scored 10 points for a victorious East squad in the North Carolina East-West All-Star Game in July ... averaged 12.3 points per game for his high school career.

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2011-12 (Redshirt Freshman) Played in all 34 games in his first season of action, averaging nearly 10 minutes per game ... scored a season-high 12 points on a perfect 4-for-4 shooting effort against FIU in the Dick’s NIT Tip Off ... had a steal and a dunk against South Dakota (Jan. 26) that was featured as the #8 play on ESPN’s SportsCenter Top-10 ... had a season-high five rebounds against Arkansas-Pine Bluff (Nov. 16).


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Career Highs Points: 18 vs. South Dakota (1/26/12) FGM: 6 vs. South Dakota (1/26/12) 3PTM: 6 vs. South Dakota (1/26/12) FTM: 4 vs. FIU (11/15/11) FTA: 4 vs. WIU (11/15/11) Rebounds: 4, Twice (vs. UAPB, 11/16/11) Assists: 5, Twice (vs. FIU, 11/22/11) Steals: 2 vs. UAPB (11/16/11)

Career Statistics Year GP-GS 2009-10 13-0 2010-11 DNP 2011-12 34-0 TOTAL 47-0

Total 3-Point F-Throw Rebounds Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 113/8.7 5-16 .313 4-12 .333 0-0 .000 2 9 11 0.8 9 0 10 8 3 2 14 1.1 466/13.7 23-54 .426 19-45 .422 14-17 .824 8 14 22 0.6 32 0 43 17 0 8 79 2.3 579/12.3 28-70 .400 23-57 .404 14-17 .824 10 23 33 0.7 41 0 53 25 3 10 93 2.0


2012-13 ORU Men’s Basketball Fact Book Honors and Awards Introduction

Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District Formerly an invited walk-on but earned an athletic scholarship

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2010-11 (Sophomore) Sat out the season as a redshirt. 2009-10 (Freshman) Joined the team as a walk-on and ended up serving a valuable role after injuries depleted the back court ... appeared in 13 games, playing nearly nine minutes

High School 2009 graduate of Heanor Gate Science College in Derbyshire, England ... captain of England’s 2009 U18 team which finished fourth at the European Championships in Sarajevo ... averaged 10.3 points, 2.8 rebounds, 2.3 assists in eight games ... scored 15 points in a loss to Sweden ... also played for 2008 U18 team, averaging 6.3 points and 2.6 rebounds in seven games ... ... member of England’s 2007 U16 European Championships squad ... helped lead the Derby Trailblazers to the U18 national championship.

2011-12 Season in Review

2011-12 (Redshirt Sophomore) Saw action in all 34 games as the backup point guard, despite battling a hand injury late in the season ... tied a Summit League record with a 6-6 performance from behind the arc against South Dakota on Jan. 26 ... had a career-high 18 points in that game ... made a career-best four free throws against Florida International in the Dick’s NIT Tip Off ... a season-high four rebounds and two steals against Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Nov. 16.

per contest ... played over 20 minutes three times ... became a part of the active roster prior to a loss at UALR on Nov. 30 ... a paperwork snafu caused ORU to rule him temporarily ineligible for the next six weeks ... re-joined active roster in time for the game at Western Illinois on Jan. 16 ... played 21 minutes against the Leathernecks, recording two blocks, and assist and one rebound ... scored season-high nine points on 3-of-4 shooting from beyond the three-point arc and added five assists and four rebounds in a road victory at Centenary ... recorded five points in a road win at Southern Utah ... played 48 total minutes against Centenary in two games.

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ORU Career Notes Manghum is in his fourth season at ORU ... originally joined the program as an invited walk-on ... averaging 2.3 points and 0.7 rebounds per game for his career.

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6 Conference Championships • 5 Conference Players of the Year • 20 First-Team All-Conference Selections • 3 Conference Coaches of the Year

2012-13 ORU Men’s Basketball Fact Book 2011-12 • R-Sophomore • GP 34 • GS 0 • 2.3 PPG • 0.6 RPG Date Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A 11/11/11 at West Virginia 3 0-0 0-0 11/15/11 vs UTSA 22 2-5 2-5 11/16/11 vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff 25 1-2 1-2 11/19/11 Austin Peay 21 1-4 1-3 11/21/11 SMU 33 2-4 1-3 11/22/11 FIU 25 1-3 1-3 11/30/11 Missouri St. 21 1-2 1-1 12/03/11 Southern Utah 24 1-2 0-1 12/08/11 at Oklahoma 25 1-4 1-3 12/12/11 at UALR 17 1-3 0-1 12/14/11 at Gonzaga 8 0-1 0-1 12/18/11 at Xavier 5 0-0 0-0 12/22/11 Texas Tech 4 1-1 1-1 12/28/11 at UMKC 15 0-1 0-1 12/30/11 at South Dakota 15 0-1 0-1 01/03/12 at Oakland 13 2-2 2-2 01/05/12 North Dakota St. 10 0-0 0-0 01/07/12 South Dakota St. 10 0-0 0-0 01/12/12 at Western Illinois 8 0-1 0-1 01/14/12 at IUPUI 11 0-0 0-0 01/19/12 IPFW 17 2-4 1-3 01/21/12 Oakland 14 0-1 0-1 01/26/12 South Dakota 23 6-7 6-6 01/28/12 UMKC 7 0-0 0-0 02/02/12 at South Dakota St. 3 0-0 0-0 02/04/12 at North Dakota St. 5 0-0 0-0 02/09/12 IUPUI 12 0-0 0-0 02/11/12 Western Illinois 12 0-1 0-1 02/15/12 at IPFW 8 0-1 0-1 02/18/12 Akron 19 0-1 0-1 02/25/12 at Southern Utah 6 0-0 0-0 03/03/12 vs IPFW 10 0-1 0-1 03/05/12 vs Western Illinois 5 0-0 0-0 03/14/12 Nevada 10 1-2 1-2

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2009-10 • Freshman • GP 13 • GS 0 • 1.1 PPG • 0.8 RPG Date Opponent Min 11/30/09 at UALR 3 01/16/10 at Western Illinois 21 01/20/10 Tulsa 2 01/23/10 at Centenary 25 01/28/10 North Dakota St. 11 01/30/10 South Dakota St. 5 02/04/10 at IPFW 4 02/06/10 at Oakland 1 02/11/10 Western Illinois 6 02/16/10 Centenary 23 02/25/10 at Southern Utah 9 02/27/10 at UMKC 2 03/07/10 vs North Dakota State 1

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3FG-A 0-0 0-0 0-1 3-4 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-2 1-1 0-1 0-1

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O-D-R PF A TO Blk Stl Pts 0-0-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-1-1 1 1 2 2 0 0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-4-4 2 5 3 0 0 9 0-1-1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0-0-0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1-0-1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0-1-1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1-2 1 1 2 1 0 0 0-1-1 1 1 0 0 0 5 0-0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0-0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Points: 39 at IUPUI (1/14/10) FGM: 13 at IUPUI (1/14/10) 3PTM: 7 vs. Oakland (1/21/12) FTM: 10 at IUPUI (1/14/12) FTA: 11, Twice (at IPFW, 3/3/12) Rebounds: 8, Twice (vs. UTSA, 11/15/11) Assists: 7 at Xavier (12/18/11) Steals: 4 vs. UAPB (11/16/11)

Career Statistics Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 TOTAL

GP-GS 32-18 35-27 34-34 101-79

Total Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct 934/29.2 146-351 .416 1087/31.1 167-428 .390 1153/33.9 139-308 .451 3174/31.4 452-1087 .416

3-Point F-Throw Rebounds FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 57-156 .365 60-86 .698 18 90 108 3.4 68 0 64 86 4 23 409 12.8 76-207 .367 92-113 .814 24 104 128 3.7 84 3 63 68 5 36 502 14.3 63-174 .362 70-87 .805 30 96 126 3.7 58 0 75 63 7 33 411 12.1 196-537 .365 222-286 .776 72 290 362 3.6 210 3 202 217 16 92 1322 13.1


2012-13 ORU Men’s Basketball Fact Book Honors and Awards Introduction

Preseason All-Southland Conference - 2012-13 All-Summit League (HM) - 2012 All-Summit League (HM) - 2011 Summit League All-Newcomer Team - 2010 CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Freshman AllAmerican - 2010

Coaching Staff 2011-12 Season in Review

2011-12 (Junior) Owns the longest active consecutive starts streak on the team at 58 games ... started all 34 games as a junior holding the second-best scoring average on the team (12.1) ... scored at least 10 points in each of the last six games ... had a career-high seven 3-pointers against Oakland (Feb. 21) ... also set career-highs in steals (5 vs. Xavier, Dec. 18) steals (4 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Nov. 16), free throws made (10 at IUPUI, Jan. 14) and tied his career high with eight rebounds against UTSA in the Dick’s NIT Tip Off (Nov. 15).

2010-11 (Sophomore) Emerged as one of the top guards in The Summit League ... named honorable mention All-Summit ... ranked among league leaders in scoring (12th), free throw percentage (7th), three-pointers made (4th), and three-pointers per game (4th) ... his 76 three-pointers were the most by an ORU player in three seasons ... scored a season-high 29 points against Southern Utah, going 6-of-13 from three-point range and 9-of-9 at the free throw line ... led team with 25 points on 8-10 shooting (5-5 3FG) in win at South Dakota State as part of a school-record 14-of-17 team effort from beyond the arc ... scored 16 points against Rice at the Las Vegas Holiday Classic while also dishing a career-high five assists ... made a career-high six three-pointers on his way to 22 points at Oklahoma ... hit game-winning basket with :0.2 left in 63-61 win at IUPUI; scored 11 points and added three rebounds for the game ... averaged 14.4 points and 3.9 rebounds in Summit League play.

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ORU Career Notes Holds school freshman record for single-game scoring with 39 points ... named Summit League Player of the Week twice, both times as a freshman ... has appeared 100 career games with 78 career starts ... owns career averages of 13.1 points and 3.6 rebounds per game.

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2012-13 ORU Men’s Basketball Fact Book 2009-10 (Freshman) Enjoyed one of the best freshman seasons in ORU history ... averaged 12.8 points while playing in 32 games (18 starts) ... started the season’s final 16 games ... also averaged 3.4 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game ... his season scoring average is the eighth-best by a freshman in ORU history ... named to the Summit League’s All-Newcomer team ... also earned a spot on the CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Freshman All-America team ... scored a Summit League season-high and ORU freshman record 39 points in an overtime loss at IUPUI ... scored in double figures 23 times, including the final 11 games and 15 of the last 16 ... averaged 13.5 points in two Summit League Tournament games (14 vs. North Dakota State, 13 vs. IUPUI) ... scored game-winning basket against IUPUI with 8.7 seconds left; scored 12 points in the game ... named Summit League Player of the Week twice (Jan. 19, Feb. 8) becoming the first freshman to win multiple player of the week awards since ORU’s Caleb Green and Ken Tutt both did in 2003-04 ... scored a game-high 30 points at Oakland with 10 points coming in the final 2:28, including the game-tying layup with 14 seconds left ... scored a school freshman record 39 points in overtime loss at IUPUI ... made first career start against Sam Houston State, and responded with 12 points ... averaged 13.9 points and 3.4 rebounds in Summit League play.

At New Creations Christian Played one season at New Creations Christian in Richmond, Ind. ... coached by Tony Cole ... helped lead New Creations to a 48-8 record and its second straight National Christian Schools Athletic Association title ... averaged 23.8 points, 6.2 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game ... shot 52 percent from the field, 39 percent from 3-point range and 84 percent from the free throw line ... named MVP at the NCSAA championships, the John A. Logan College Classic, and the Guy Vetrie Memorial Tournament. High School 2008 graduate of Winton Woods High School in Cincinnati ... averaged 15.3 points and 4.7 rebounds per game ... earned All-Ohio honorable mention honors from the Cincinnati Enquirer ... shot 56.5 percent from the field as a senior, including 37.3 percent from 3-point range.

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FT-A O-D-R PF A TO Blk Stl Pts 1-2 1-2-3 2 2 2 0 2 11 1-1 1-5-6 1 2 0 0 0 16 2-2 1-4-5 1 1 1 0 1 7 1-2 0-1-1 2 0 1 0 0 4 0-1 1-1-2 2 1 4 0 0 12 0-0 0-6-6 2 4 3 1 1 15 0-0 0-5-5 2 2 4 0 0 9 1-2 0-3-3 2 1 1 0 0 12 4-4 2-1-3 1 1 2 0 1 8 0-0 1-1-2 3 1 3 0 0 5 2-4 1-3-4 2 1 5 0 0 13 3-4 1-1-2 2 1 1 0 0 10 0-2 1-2-3 2 1 1 0 0 14 3-4 0-6-6 2 1 2 0 1 6 0-0 0-3-3 3 1 2 0 0 0 2-2 0-2-2 3 1 1 0 0 2 8-10 2-5-7 2 2 6 0 3 39 2-4 0-5-5 1 3 6 0 1 15 2-2 0-3-3 1 2 4 0 0 11 2-2 1-1-2 3 2 2 0 0 17 0-0 1-4-5 3 4 2 1 0 9 1-2 0-7-7 2 2 3 0 0 12 1-2 2-3-5 3 2 2 0 3 21 1-1 0-3-3 1 1 3 0 1 30 4-6 0-2-2 1 2 4 0 1 10 3-4 1-0-1 1 2 3 0 0 12 2-2 0-2-2 3 3 3 0 2 17 6-7 1-3-4 2 5 3 2 0 18 4-8 0-0-0 4 5 1 0 1 14 2-4 0-3-3 4 2 3 0 1 13 0-0 0-1-1 3 2 5 0 3 14 2-2 0-2-2 2 4 3 0 1 13

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Date Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A 11/13/09 at Wake Forest 25 4-11 2-7 11/16/09 NW Oklahoma St. 21 6-11 3-6 11/18/09 at Stanford 28 2-6 1-4 11/21/09 at Virginia 23 1-4 1-3 11/24/09 vs Sam Houston St. * 32 5-11 2-7 11/25/09 vs Florida A&M 25 6-8 3-4 11/30/09 at UALR 30 3-12 3-8 12/03/09 UMKC 29 5-11 1-5 12/05/09 Southern Utah 25 2-10 0-4 12/09/09 Missouri 21 2-8 1-5 12/16/09 at Louisville * 27 5-10 1-5 12/23/09 New Mexico 23 3-7 1-4 12/31/09 at South Dakota St. 23 5-13 4-7 01/02/10 at North Dakota St. 26 1-10 1-2 01/07/10 Oakland 13 0-6 0-2 01/09/10 IPFW 23 0-4 0-2 01/14/10 at IUPUI * 42 13-23 5-10 01/16/10 at Western Illinois * 38 6-9 1-2 01/20/10 Tulsa * 29 4-12 1-3 01/23/10 at Centenary * 29 5-9 5-7 01/28/10 North Dakota St. * 33 4-14 1-5 01/30/10 South Dakota St. * 31 4-12 3-8 02/04/10 at IPFW * 44 9-21 2-6 02/06/10 at Oakland * 34 13-16 3-4 02/11/10 Western Illinois * 36 2-8 2-6 02/13/10 IUPUI * 36 4-11 1-5 02/16/10 Centenary * 28 7-12 1-4 02/20/10 at Austin Peay * 36 5-14 2-5 02/25/10 at Southern Utah * 32 5-14 0-4 02/27/10 at UMKC * 21 5-8 1-1 03/07/10 vs North Dakota St. * 37 6-17 2-5 03/08/10 vs IUPUI * 34 4-9 3-6

2011-12 Season in Review

2009-10 • Freshman • GP 32 • GS 18 • 12.8 PPG • 3.4 RPG

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FT-A O-D-R PF A TO Blk Stl Pts 2-2 0-3-3 4 1 2 0 0 2 0-0 1-1-2 3 1 2 0 1 14 1-2 0-2-2 3 1 1 0 0 18 5-6 1-0-1 2 1 2 1 3 25 3-4 1-3-4 2 2 2 0 0 20 4-6 1-3-4 1 2 2 0 2 18 0-0 0-3-3 1 2 2 0 1 4 1-3 1-2-3 2 0 1 0 0 11 4-6 0-1-1 2 1 0 0 2 22 2-2 0-3-3 1 1 3 0 0 2 3-4 1-1-2 1 0 2 1 1 9 0-0 1-2-3 4 0 4 0 1 7 0-0 0-4-4 1 5 0 0 0 16 0-0 0-2-2 4 3 1 0 2 8 0-0 0-2-2 2 1 1 0 1 3 5-7 2-5-7 3 6 5 0 0 17 0-0 0-3-3 5 0 3 0 1 12 4-4 0-4-4 3 3 4 0 0 25 9-9 1-6-7 1 2 1 1 2 29 2-2 0-1-1 4 1 3 0 3 18 0-3 1-3-4 3 4 1 0 1 13 6-6 2-3-5 5 2 2 0 1 15 6-6 1-1-2 5 1 1 0 2 16 2-2 1-3-4 1 0 1 0 0 7 5-7 0-5-5 1 2 0 0 1 18 4-4 2-6-8 3 1 2 1 1 29 8-10 1-3-4 1 5 1 0 0 18 6-6 0-3-3 3 1 2 0 2 11 2-2 2-3-5 2 2 2 0 0 7 0-1 2-5-7 1 3 1 0 0 18 0-0 0-4-4 0 2 1 0 2 5 6-6 0-4-4 4 2 1 0 1 19 0-1 0-0-0 1 2 3 0 3 20 2-2 1-5-6 2 2 5 0 1 13 0-0 1-5-6 3 1 4 1 1 13

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O-D-R PF A TO Blk Stl Pts 1-2-3 2 2 3 0 1 14 2-6-8 0 6 5 0 1 20 1-1-2 1 2 3 1 4 19 2-5-7 3 3 1 0 0 6 0-6-6 4 4 3 0 0 4 1-3-4 0 3 2 0 0 8 0-1-1 1 3 1 0 1 19 0-2-2 3 1 2 1 2 4 2-1-3 0 1 2 1 0 0 1-0-1 2 1 4 0 0 4 1-1-2 0 1 0 0 2 8 0-3-3 2 7 0 0 0 15 1-2-3 2 1 2 0 2 16 1-2-3 2 1 3 0 0 8 1-4-5 1 4 0 0 0 16 0-3-3 1 0 2 0 0 16 3-1-4 0 1 1 0 1 12 0-3-3 2 6 0 0 1 15 1-6-7 3 3 1 1 3 9 0-6-6 2 0 0 1 1 23 1-3-4 1 5 3 0 3 5 0-2-2 4 4 0 0 0 28 1-3-4 1 3 2 0 3 11 0-0-0 1 2 1 0 0 8 3-3-6 1 1 3 0 0 14 0-3-3 2 2 0 1 1 11 2-1-3 3 3 2 0 0 11 0-4-4 1 2 0 0 1 1 0-5-5 1 2 3 1 0 24 1-3-4 1 0 5 0 0 12 1-1-2 4 1 6 0 3 12 0-5-5 4 0 2 0 2 17 2-3-5 1 0 1 0 1 11 1-2-3 2 0 0 0 0 10

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Date Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A FT-A 11/11/11 at West Virginia * 38 4-13 3-9 3-5 11/15/11 vs UTSA * 36 8-16 2-9 2-7 11/16/11 vs Ark.-Pine Bluff * 39 6-10 3-6 4-4 11/19/11 Austin Peay * 36 2-8 2-7 0-0 11/21/11 SMU * 29 0-5 0-3 4-4 11/22/11 FIU * 29 3-8 2-6 0-0 11/30/11 Missouri St. * 30 5-13 1-6 8-8 12/03/11 Southern Utah * 30 1-5 0-3 2-2 12/08/11 at Oklahoma * 26 0-6 0-2 0-0 12/12/11 at UALR * 18 1-3 0-2 2-2 12/14/11 at Gonzaga * 30 3-10 2-6 0-0 12/18/11 at Xavier * 33 5-10 2-7 3-3 12/22/11 Texas Tech * 34 6-10 4-6 0-0 12/28/11 at UMKC * 31 2-8 0-6 4-4 12/30/11 at South Dakota * 32 7-15 2-7 0-0 01/03/12 at Oakland * 32 7-9 2-3 0-0 01/05/12 North Dakota St. * 34 4-9 2-6 2-2 01/07/12 South Dakota St. * 30 6-11 3-7 0-0 01/12/12 at Western Illinois * 48 3-8 1-5 2-2 01/14/12 at IUPUI * 37 5-9 3-5 10-11 01/19/12 IPFW * 35 2-6 1-5 0-0 01/21/12 Oakland * 25 9-15 7-12 3-4 01/26/12 South Dakota * 29 4-7 1-2 2-2 01/28/12 UMKC * 37 2-5 2-4 2-2 2/2/12 at South Dakota St. * 36 5-8 2-3 2-3 02/04/12 at North Dakota St. * 38 5-7 0-0 1-2 02/09/12 IUPUI * 43 4-10 1-4 2-3 02/11/12 Western Illinois * 37 0-2 0-1 1-2 02/15/12 at IPFW * 38 6-9 3-4 9-11 02/18/12 Akron * 39 5-10 2-6 0-0 2/25/12 at Southern Utah * 33 4-7 3-5 1-2 3/3/12 vs IPFW * 36 6-12 4-6 1-2 3/5/12 vs Western Illinois * 38 5-13 1-6 0-0 03/14/12 Nevada * 37 4-11 2-5 0-0 *-Player was in the starting lineup

2010-11 • Sophomore • GP 35 • GS 27 • 14.3 PPG • 3.7 RPG Date Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A 11/12/10 at Missouri St. * 25 0-7 0-3 11/16/10 at Tulsa * 23 6-15 2-4 11/20/10 Indiana St. * 37 8-16 1-5 11/24/10 UALR 27 8-14 4-7 11/27/10 at Utah 31 6-13 5-8 11/30/10 at Texas Tech 30 6-14 2-7 12/02/10 at Western Illinois 21 2-7 0-2 12/04/10 at IUPUI 25 5-8 0-3 12/11/10 at Oklahoma 30 6-13 6-11 12/16/10 at Missouri 17 0-8 0-4 12/21/10 vs Miami (Fla.) 29 3-10 0-3 12/22/10 vs UALR * 36 3-12 1-6 12/23/10 vs Rice * 35 6-10 4-7 12/28/10 IPFW * 30 4-8 0-4 12/30/10 Oakland * 26 1-9 1-3 01/03/11 at Akron * 39 5-15 2-8 01/06/11 at North Dakota St. * 30 5-10 2-5 01/08/11 at South Dakota St. * 28 8-10 5-5 01/13/11 Southern Utah * 31 7-18 6-13 01/15/11 UMKC * 34 6-12 4-9 01/22/11 Centenary * 29 5-11 3-8 01/27/11 at Oakland * 37 4-15 1-4 01/29/11 at IPFW * 28 4-11 2-5 02/03/11 South Dakota St. * 35 2-12 1-7 02/05/11 North Dakota St. * 36 5-15 3-8 02/10/11 at UMKC * 36 10-18 5-8 02/12/11 at Southern Utah * 38 4-13 2-7 02/15/11 at Centenary * 31 2-9 1-6 02/19/11 Pacific * 34 2-8 1-3 02/24/11 IUPUI * 31 7-13 4-7 02/26/11 Western Illinois * 27 2-10 1-4 03/05/11 vs North Dakota St. * 28 6-13 1-3 03/07/11 vs IUPUI * 40 9-18 2-6 03/08/11 vs Oakland * 32 5-13 1-5 03/16/11 at SMU * 41 5-20 3-9

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Points: 27 vs. IUPUI (2/24/11) FGM: 10 vs. IUPUI (2/24/11) FTM: 10, 3x (vs. UTSA, 11/15/11) FTA: 19 vs. Indiana State (11/20/10) Rebounds: 13, 3x (vs. WIU, 2/26/11) Assists: 4, 7x (vs. IPFW, 1/19/12) Steals: 5 at Xavier (12/18/11) Blocks: 2, 4x (vs. IUPUI, 2/9/12)

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Total 3-Point GP-GS Min/Avg FG-FGA Pct FG-FGA Pct 35-35 995/28.4 159-284 .560 1-7 .143 34-9 868/25.5 124-217 .571 0-3 .000 69-44 1863/27.0 283-501 .565 1-10 .100

F-Throw Rebounds FT-FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 104-164 .634 98 125 223 6.4 129 11 63 82 14 35 423 12.1 85-120 .708 76 104 180 5.3 95 2 48 63 9 35 333 9.8 189-284 .665 174 229 403 5.8 224 13 111 145 23 70 756 11.0


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had a career high five steals against Xavier on Dec. 18 ... scored at least 10 points in 16 games and had two double-digit rebounding games, including the season-opener against West Virginia (Nov. 11) when he had a double-double with 11 points and 10 boards ... also had 12 rebounds, a season high, against Missouri State (Nov. 30) ... had a season-high 24 points at IPFW (Feb. 15) ... averaged 25.7 minutes per game off the bench and averaged 9.8 points and 5.3 rebounds per game.

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2010-11 (Freshman) Produced one of the top freshman seasons in ORU history, capping his rookie campaign by winning Summit League Newcomer of the Year honors ... also named national Mid-Major Freshman of the Year by CollegeIn-

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2011-12 (Sophomore) Played in all 34 games and gave up his starting job nine games into the season, earning the Summit League Sixth Man of the Year award because of it ... also earned honorable mention All-Summit League honors ... tied career highs with 10 free throws against UTSA (Nov. 15), four assists against IPFW (Jan. 19) and two blocks against IUPUI (Feb. 9) ... also

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Career Notes Set school records by playing in and starting all 35 games as a freshman ... named Summit League Player of the Week once ... has played in 68 career games and made 44 starts and owns career averages of 11.1 points and 5.9 rebounds per game.

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Preseason All-Southland Conference - 2012-13 Summit League Sixth Man of the Year - 2012 All-Summit League (HM ) - 2012 CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Freshman of the Year - 2011 CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Freshman AllAmerican - 2011 Summit League Newcomer of the Year - 2011 Summit League All-Newcomer Team - 2011

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6 Conference Championships • 5 Conference Players of the Year • 20 First-Team All-Conference Selections • 3 Conference Coaches of the Year

2012-13 ORU Men’s Basketball Fact Book sider.com ... first league freshman to win the award since ORU’s Ken Tutt in 2004 ... played in and started an ORU freshman record 35 games ... led all Summit League newcomers in scoring (12.1) and total rebounds (223) ... ranked eighth in rebounding and sixth in field-goal percentage in the Summit League ... his rebound total was the highest by an ORU freshman since Caleb Green in 2003-04 ... scored in double figures 23 times ... recorded six double-doubles ... just the fourth freshman to start a season-opener in Scott Sutton’s 12 seasons as head coach ... enjoyed impressive debut at Missouri State, scoring 14 points on 6-of-8 FGs while also grabbing six boards ... named Summit League Player of the Week on Feb. 28 after averaging 23 points and 12.5 rebounds in wins over IUPUI and Western Illinois ... exploded for 27 points and 12 rebounds to lead ORU to crucial win over IUPUI ... scored season-high 21 points against Oakland on 8-of-14 shooting from the field; also added five rebounds ... recorded first career double-double with 18 points and 13 rebounds vs. Indiana State, adding three steals ... his 19 free throw attempts vs. Sycamores were most by an ORU player in four years ... averaged 13.2 points and 7.1 rebounds in Summit League play.

Before ORU 2010 graduate of Maine Central Institute in Pittsfield, Maine ... averaged 17.6 points and 6.9 rebounds in 29 games (27 starts) with the Huskies ... shot 56 percent from the field and 68 percent from the free throw line while also averaging 2.5 assists and 1.8 steals ... led the Huskies in points, rebounds, steals and field-goal percentage ... New England Preparatory School Athletic Council honorable mention selection ... season’s best game was a 30-point, 22-rebound effort against Bridgton Academy in January ... also prepped at Englewood High in Jacksonville, Fla., playing there through his junior season

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2010-11 • Freshman • GP 35 • GS 35 • 12.1 PPG • 6.4 RPG FT-A O-D-R PF A TO Blk Stl Pts 2-3 3-3-6 4 0 4 0 1 14 0-0 2-1-3 5 2 2 1 1 4 10-19 7-6-13 5 1 2 0 3 18 5-9 2-4-6 3 4 2 1 0 13 3-6 3-4-7 3 0 4 0 0 13 1-3 2-0-2 5 1 3 0 0 7 3-6 6-6-12 0 4 5 2 0 15 3-5 3-5-8 1 2 1 0 0 13 5-6 1-5-6 5 0 0 0 2 11 10-12 1-4-5 1 2 1 1 1 14 1-2 4-1-5 5 2 2 1 0 5 3-3 4-9-13 2 0 2 1 1 11 0-0 0-4-4 3 1 5 0 1 15 2-4 1-5-6 4 1 1 0 0 14 5-9 4-1-5 4 1 3 0 1 21 1-3 2-2-4 5 3 3 0 1 17 1-2 2-6-8 3 4 2 1 0 9 2-3 3-6-9 4 4 4 0 0 18 1-2 4-2-6 5 0 3 0 2 5 3-3 3-4-7 2 2 3 0 2 17 0-0 1-1-2 4 1 3 0 1 4 0-0 6-0-6 5 3 1 0 3 6 2-5 1-3-4 5 2 1 1 0 8 6-9 4-6-10 2 4 2 0 2 18 3-4 2-4-6 4 2 6 0 3 9 1-3 3-1-4 3 0 0 2 0 11 7-10 0-4-4 4 1 0 1 1 11 1-1 1-5-6 4 3 3 1 1 13 0-0 2-0-2 4 4 0 0 1 12 7-8 6-6-12 3 1 3 1 1 27 9-9 8-5-13 4 2 3 0 1 19 1-2 2-2-4 5 1 2 0 2 7 1-6 3-5-8 4 3 2 0 2 9 2-3 1-3-4 5 0 2 0 0 10 3-4 1-2-3 4 2 2 0 1 5

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Date Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A 11/12/10 at Missouri St. * 33 6-12 0-1 11/16/10 at Tulsa * 19 2-5 0-0 11/20/10 Indiana St. * 27 4-11 0-1 11/24/10 UALR * 28 4-7 0-0 11/27/10 at Utah * 35 5-9 0-0 11/30/10 at Texas Tech * 21 3-7 0-0 12/02/10 at Western Illinois * 32 6-9 0-0 12/04/10 at IUPUI * 34 5-7 0-0 12/11/10 at Oklahoma * 22 3-7 0-0 12/16/10 at Missouri * 32 2-5 0-0 12/21/10 vs Miami (Fla.) * 27 2-7 0-0 12/22/10 vs UALR * 31 4-10 0-1 12/23/10 vs Rice * 32 7-12 1-1 12/28/10 IPFW * 28 6-9 0-1 12/30/10 Oakland * 30 8-14 0-1 01/03/11 at Akron * 37 8-11 0-0 01/06/11 at North Dakota St. * 35 4-11 0-0 01/08/11 at South Dakota St. * 38 8-12 0-0 01/13/11 Southern Utah * 19 2-5 0-0 01/15/11 UMKC * 44 7-11 0-0 01/22/11 Centenary * 19 2-3 0-0 01/27/11 at Oakland * 27 3-8 0-0 01/29/11 at IPFW * 24 3-3 0-0 02/03/11 South Dakota St. * 36 6-12 0-1 02/05/11 North Dakota St. * 32 3-6 0-0 02/10/11 at UMKC * 18 5-6 0-0 02/12/11 at Southern Utah * 32 2-5 0-0 02/15/11 at Centenary * 28 6-9 0-0 02/19/11 Pacific * 26 6-7 0-0 02/24/11 IUPUI * 33 10-12 0-0 02/26/11 Western Illinois * 34 5-10 0-0 03/05/11 vs North Dakota St. * 28 3-8 0-0 03/07/11 vs IUPUI * 20 4-6 0-0 03/08/11 vs Oakland * 22 4-5 0-0 03/16/11 at SMU * 12 1-3 0-0

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FT-A O-D-R PF A TO Blk Stl Pts 1-2 6-4-10 3 0 2 0 2 11 10-12 6-3-9 1 3 3 0 1 22 3-6 1-3-4 5 3 1 0 0 11 8-10 5-3-8 4 1 3 0 0 24 5-6 2-5-7 2 0 3 0 1 11 1-2 2-4-6 3 3 1 0 1 9 0-2 6-6-12 1 0 2 0 0 8 0-0 3-2-5 2 2 3 0 0 6 4-6 2-4-6 3 2 2 0 2 8 0-0 0-1-1 4 0 3 0 0 2 0-1 1-1-2 5 0 2 0 0 4 2-5 4-4-8 2 2 0 0 5 12 3-4 1-1-2 4 1 1 0 0 3 1-1 2-3-5 3 2 2 0 2 9 6-7 0-3-3 3 1 2 0 2 16 0-2 0-6-6 2 3 2 2 0 16 1-1 0-0-0 2 0 1 0 0 7 1-2 1-6-7 2 2 4 0 3 17 4-5 4-4-8 4 2 4 1 0 12 1-3 1-2-3 2 0 2 0 0 5 5-6 3-1-4 3 4 2 1 2 7 1-1 4-4-8 2 1 1 0 0 9 3-4 1-6-7 3 2 3 1 2 17 1-1 1-1-2 4 2 2 0 2 7 0-0 3-5-8 3 1 3 1 1 12 2-4 1-1-2 1 0 1 0 0 10 3-3 1-2-3 2 1 2 2 1 11 2-2 3-4-7 2 2 2 0 0 12 4-6 2-5-7 4 3 0 1 3 8 2-2 1-3-4 3 1 1 0 0 8 2-4 1-1-2 2 1 0 0 1 4 5-6 2-4-6 3 1 2 0 2 11 4-4 4-1-5 3 0 1 0 2 4 0-0 2-1-3 3 2 0 0 0 0

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Date Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A 11/11/11 at West Virginia * 34 5-11 0-0 11/15/11 vs UTSA * 38 6-8 0-0 11/16/11 vs Ark.-Pine Bluff * 22 4-5 0-0 11/19/11 Austin Peay * 28 8-17 0-0 11/21/11 SMU * 28 3-5 0-0 11/22/11 FIU * 31 4-6 0-0 11/30/11 Missouri St. * 27 4-6 0-0 12/03/11 Southern Utah * 28 3-6 0-0 12/08/11 at Oklahoma * 26 2-7 0-0 12/12/11 at UALR 13 1-1 0-0 12/14/11 at Gonzaga 13 2-5 0-1 12/18/11 at Xavier 29 5-10 0-0 12/22/11 Texas Tech 17 0-2 0-0 12/28/11 at UMKC 23 4-6 0-0 12/30/11 at South Dakota 32 5-9 0-0 01/03/12 at Oakland 30 8-10 0-0 01/05/12 North Dakota St. 22 3-4 0-0 01/07/12 South Dakota St. 32 8-11 0-1 01/12/12 at Western Illinois 43 4-9 0-0 01/14/12 at IUPUI 17 2-4 0-0 01/19/12 IPFW 23 1-2 0-0 01/21/12 Oakland 22 4-11 0-0 01/26/12 South Dakota 27 7-11 0-0 01/28/12 UMKC 19 3-3 0-0 2/2/12 at South Dakota St. 30 6-8 0-0 02/04/12 at North Dakota St. 22 4-5 0-1 02/09/12 IUPUI 27 4-6 0-0 02/11/12 Western Illinois 22 5-7 0-0 02/15/12 at IPFW 26 2-3 0-0 02/18/12 Akron 23 3-5 0-0 2/25/12 at Southern Utah 24 1-2 0-0 3/3/12 vs IPFW 28 3-5 0-0 3/5/12 vs Western Illinois 21 0-3 0-0 03/14/12 Nevada 21 0-4 0-0

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#11 • Shawn Glover 6-7 • 195 • Junior Guard/Forward Dallas, Texas Cedar Hill HS/Utah 2011-12 (Sophomore) Sat out the season in accordance with NCAA rules after transferring from Utah ... scored 30 points in the Blue/White scrimmage prior to the season. Previous School Played in 29 games and made 13 starts at Utah ... averaged 3.4 points, 2.0 rebounds and 13.5 minutes per game ... had 13 blocks, 13 steals and also dished out 14 assists ... career high 10 points came against Wyoming, while his career-best seven rebounds came in a victory over UNLV.

High School Was the team MVP twice and an all-district, allregion, all-state selection for Coach David Milson at Cedar Hill HS ... averaged 15 points, four rebounds and three assists as a senior ... three year captain and also graduated with better than a 3.0 GPA.

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Personal Info Parent: Jackie Glover High School: Cedar Hill HS High School Coach: David Milson Major: Public Relations Also Recruited By: Clemson, Davidson, James Madison

#25 • P.J. Purnell 6-2 • 175 • Sophomore Guard Silver Spring, Md. Springbrook HS 2011-12 (Freshman) Joined the Golden Eagles in the middle of the 201112 season ... traveled with the team but did not play. High School Helped lead his Springbrook HS team to threestraight state championships (2008, 2009, 2010) ... lost just four games in his final two years, including a 25-1 record as a junior ... earned All-Gameday Magazine third team honors and was named to the All-Holiday Tournament Team and earned Most-Improved Player honors in 2010-11 ... averaged 11.2

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points, 3.6 assists and 1.3 3-pointers per game and connected on 81 percent of his free throw attempts as a senior.

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#23 • Korey Billbury

2011-12 (Freshman) Redshirted the season

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#2 • D.J. Jackson

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5-11 • 175 • Redshirt-Freshman Guard Kansas City, Mo. Archbishop O’Hara HS 2011-12 (Freshman) Redshirted the season

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Records & History

High School Helped lead his Archbishop O’Hare HS team to a 22-6 record and a conference championship and district runner-up finish ... earned all-area, all-state, and all-metro honors for Coach Mark Scanlon ... was the conference MVP and was selected to the alltournament team at three separate tournaments ... averaged 22 points, seven assists, five rebounds and four steals per game as a senior.

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High School As a senior, Billbury helped lead the Hornets to a 21-0 record and their second straight Class 5A state championship by averaging 16.1 points, 4.6 rebounds and 3.1 steals per game ... earned state tournament MVP honors after scoring 20 points and grabbing nine rebounds in the title game against El Reno on the Mabee Center floor at ORU ... shot 52 percent from the field as a senior, including 46 per-

cent from 3-point range ... earned third-team allstate and second-team all-metro honors from the Tulsa World, and The Daily Oklahoman named him to their 5A all-state first team ... during his junior season Billbury averaged 11.0 points, 3.8 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.7 steals in 29 games.

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6-2 • 185 • Redshirt-Freshman Guard Tulsa, Okla. Booker T. Washington HS


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Obi Emegano 6-4 • 215 • Sophomore Guard Edmond, Okla. Memorial HS/Western Illinois Emegano will sit out the 2012-13 season after transferring from Western Illinois. Prior to ORU Named to the 2012 Summit League All-Newcomer team... 2012 Winter/Spring Academic All-Summit League...Played in all 33 games, starting in 31 of them...Averaged 33.3 minutes, 13.1 points, and 3.9 rebounds per game...Had 10-plus points in 22 games...Had 20-plus points in four games...Had one double-double at home against UMKC on 2/15/12 (10 points, 11 rebounds)...One of four players to play 1,000 minutes or more (1,100), and one of five players to average 30.0 minutes per game or more (33.3).

eight years in 2010...Named The Mid-State Conference ‘Player of the Year’ and Oklahoma Basketball Coaches Association All-Region selection last year (Class 6A)...Earned Preseason All-State selection by the Daily Oklahoman heading into his senior year...Tabbed Most Valuable Player of the Class 6A state tournament team for his efforts as a senior...Received The Oklahoman’s All-Big City Player of the Year award following his senior season.

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Personal Info Parents: William and Lucia Emegano High School: Memorial HS High School Coach: Shane Cowherd Major: Psychology Also Recruited By: Western Illinois

#3 • Corbin Byford 6-6 • 210 • Freshman Forward Velma Alma, Okla. Velma Alma HS High School Named the 2012 Jim Thorpe Award winner as the state’s top player after scoring 19 points in the OSSAA All-State game ... only the second ORU signee (Caleb Green) to earn the honor ... averaged a double-double in his all four seasons at Velma Alma HS, earning MVP honors for the Stephens County Tournament after recording a triple-double (24 points, 10 rebounds, 10 blocks) ... had more than 2,000 career points, 1,000 career rebounds and 300 blocks in high school ... averaged 23.2 points and 11 rebounds per game leading his team to a 27-1 record

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as a senior ... finished with four tournament MVP and two conference MVP honors, and was a 2012 Faith Seven and All-State selection ... also a six-time state champion on the track.

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#5 • Brandon Conley

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#31 • Jorden Kaufman

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7-0 • 245 • Freshman Center Andover, Kansas Andover Central HS High School Rebounded from an injury as a junior to have a solid senior campaign after signing with ORU during the early signing period, leading his team to a 21-1 record and earned all-state honors in the process ... played for Coach Jesse Hermann at Andover Central, where he averaged 17 points, nine rebounds and four blocks per game ... named one of the top-70 centers by ESPN ... chose ORU over UMKC, Tulane, Belmont, San Diego State and Texas A&M Corpus Christi.

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High School Averaged 12 points, 9.9 rebounds and 4.9 blocks helping his Fossil Ridge HS team to a 20-11 record ... earned MVP honors at the Showboat Classic and was the district Defensive Player of the Year ... graduated from high school as the top shot blocker in FRHS history ... also a member of the football and track programs.

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6-5 • 205 • Freshman Forward Ft. Worth, Texas Fossil Ridge HS


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#0 • Caleb Tannehill 5-10 • 186 • Freshman Guard Nashville, Tenn. IMG Academies High School Played for Coach Vince Walden at IMG Academies, competing against some of the top high school teams in the country ... was named the team captain as a senior.

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Josh White 6-6 • 210 • Sophomore Forward Fort Worth, Texas Keller Central HS/Rhema Bible College) White was a late addition to the 2012-13 roster, joining the squad in October. High School Played at Keller Central High School where he Previous School averaged 10 points, eight rebounds and three Played one season for Rhema Bible College, blocks per game. helping his team to a second-place finish in the #RevWhite conference under Coach Perry Shockley ... best Scan the QR Code to the left to performance was a double-double to help his find out more information about team to victory after missing the first half of the Josh White. Use #RevWhite on Twitter to join the conversation. game ... averaged 14 points, nine rebounds and four blocks per game.

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6 Conference Championships • 5 Conference Players of the Year • 20 First-Team All-Conference Selections • 3 Conference Coaches of the Year

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2012-13 Rosters NUMERICAL No. Name 0 Caleb Tannehill 3 Corbin Byford 5 Brandon Conley 11 Shawn Glover 12 D.J. Jackson 13 Warren Niles 14 Jake Lliteras 22 Steven Roundtree 23 Korey Billbury 25 P.J. Purnell 31 Jorden Kaufman 32 Damen Bell-Holter 35 Mikey Manghum Obi Emegano Josh White ALPHABETICAL No. Name 32 Damen Bell-Holter 23 Korey Billbury 3 Corbin Byford 5 Brandon Conley Obi Emegano 11 Shawn Glover 12 D.J. Jackson 31 Jorden Kaufman 14 Jake Lliteras 35 Mikey Manghum 13 Warren Niles 25 P.J. Purnell 22 Steven Roundtree 0 Caleb Tannehill Josh White

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

Wt. Cl. Hometown (High School/Previous School) 186 Fr. Nashville, Tenn. (IMG Academies) 210 Fr. Velma Alma, Okla. (Velma Alma HS) 205 Fr. Ft. Worth, Texas (Fossil Ridge HS) 195 Jr. Dallas, Texas (Cedar Hill HS/Utah) 175 Fr. Kansas City, Mo. (Archbishop O’Hara HS) 195 Sr. Cincinnati, Ohio (Winton Woods HS/New Creations (Ind.) Christian) 195 RSo. Hillsborough, N.C. (Cedar Ridge HS) 190 Jr. Jacksonville, Fla. (Maine Central Institute) 185 Fr. Tulsa, Okla. (Booker T. Washington HS) 175 So. Silver Spring, Md. (Springbrook HS) 245 Fr. Andover, Kan. (Andover Central HS) 245 Sr. Hydaburg, Alaska (Ketchikan HS/New Hampton (N.H.) Prep) 185 RJr. Derby, England (Heanor Gate Science College) 215 So. Edmond, Okla. (Memorial HS/Western Illinois) 210 So. Fort Worth, Texas (Keller Central HS/Rhema Bible College)

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

Ht. 6-9 6-2 6-6 6-5 6-4 6-7 5-11 6-11 6-5 6-2 6-5 6-2 6-8 5-10 6-6

Wt. Cl. Hometown (High School/Previous School) 245 Sr. Hydaburg, Alaska (Ketchikan HS/New Hampton (N.H.) Prep) 185 Fr. Tulsa, Okla. (Booker T. Washington HS) 210 Fr. Velma Alma, Okla. (Velma Alma HS) 205 Fr. Ft. Worth, Texas (Fossil Ridge HS) 215 So. Edmond, Okla. (Memorial HS/Western Illinois) 195 Jr. Dallas, Texas (Cedar Hill HS/Utah) 175 Fr. Kansas City, Mo. (Archbishop O’Hara HS) 245 Fr. Andover, Kan. (Andover Central HS) 195 RSo. Hillsborough, N.C. (Cedar Ridge HS) 185 RJr. Derby, England (Heanor Gate Science College) 195 Sr. Cincinnati, Ohio (Winton Woods HS/New Creations (Ind.) Christian) 175 So. Silver Spring, Md. (Springbrook HS) 190 Jr. Jacksonville, Fla. (Maine Central Institute) 186 Fr. Nashville, Tenn. (IMG Academies) 210 So. Fort Worth, Texas (Keller Central HS/Rhema Bible College)

Head Coach: Scott Sutton (Oklahoma State, ‘94) Assistant Coach: Sean Sutton (Oklahoma State, ‘92) Assistant Coach: Kyan Brown (Oral Roberts, ‘01) Assistant Coach: Wade Mason (Tulane, ‘01) Recruiting Coordinator: Conley Phipps (Northeastern State, ‘90) Director of Basketball Operations: Steve Upshaw (Northeastern State, ‘92)

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2012-13 Roster Breakdown Percentage Returning 40.0 (68 of 170) 52.1 (3579 of 6875) 45.4 (1120 of 2467) 45.9 (397 of 864) 57.1 (104 of 182) 39.8 (222 of 557) 48.6 (529 of 1087) 47.7 (219 of 459) 45.0 (100 of 222) 48.9 (44 of 90)

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ORU has a pair of Top-10 victories under Coach Scott Sutton. Last season, the Golden Eagles topped No. 8 Xavier (64-42), handing the Musketeers their worst loss ever inside the Cintas Center. In 2006, ORU topped No. 3 Kansas and former ORU head coach Bill Self.

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Total combined years of experience in an ORU uniform for this year’s roster with only five players returning. This comes a year after ORU returned essentially six starters going into the 2011-12 season.

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The Golden Eagles have made six postseason appearances in the last eight years, including three trips to the NCAA Tournament. That number is the most postseason appearances of any Southland Conference team.

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Senior center Damen Bell-Holter has 92 career blocks and is currently seventh all-time at ORU. Bell-Holter swatted 24 shots last year, but had an incredible 50 blocks during the 2010-11 season. Another season like that would vault him to fourth overall.

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Niles (12.1) Niles (139) Roundtree (.571) Niles (63) Manghum (.422) Roundtree (85) Manghum (.824) Bell-Holter (5.8) Niles (2.21) Bell-Holter (.828) Roundtree (1.03)

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Senior Warren Niles already ranks seventh in ORU history in career 3-pointers made (196). He hit 63 treys during the 2011-12 season. If he matches that number in his final campaign, he will finish with 259 in fourth overall. Greg Sutton, who dominated at the NAIA ranks, leads the record books with 438 career 3-pointers.

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Returning Leaders Points per Game Field Goals Field Goal Pct . 3-Pt . FGs 3-Pt Pct . Free Throws Free Throw Pct . Rebounds Per Game Assists Per Game Blocks Per Game Steals Per Game

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^-Joined the Southland Conference in 2012 *-Joined the Southland Conference in 2006

Starters Returning: 2 (Warren Niles, Damen Bell-Holter) Starters Lost: 3 (Dominique Morrison, Michael Craion, Roderick Pearson) Others Returning: 4 (Steven Roundtree, Mikey Manghum, Jake Lliteras) Others Lost: 1 (Robert Aery) First-Year Players: 10 (Korey Billbury*, Corbin Byford, Brandon Conley, Obi Emegano~, Shawn Glover^, D.J. Jackson*, Jorden Kaufman, P.J. Purnell*, Caleb Tannehill, Josh White~)

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Wins By Southland Conference Schools Since 2001 ORAL ROBERTS ^ 227 Sam Houston State 208 Stephen F. Austin 205 Lamar 173 Southeastern Louisiana 170 Texas A&M Corpus Christi * 167 Northwestern State 164 McNeese 161 Central Arkansas * 135 Nicholls State 99


6 Conference Championships • 5 Conference Players of the Year • 20 First-Team All-Conference Selections • 3 Conference Coaches of the Year

2012-13 ORU Men’s Basketball Fact Book

2012-13 Season Outlook The 2012-13 season will be a first in many ways for the ORU men’s basketball team. Most notably, it will be the first season of competition in the Southland Conference for the Golden Eagles, having played in the Mid-Continent/Summit League for the previous 15 years. As many as nine players could see the court in an ORU jersey for the first time, with six of those seeing their first collegiate action. That said, hopes are high for the Golden Eagles coming off a record-breaking 27-7 season and a regular season conference championship, which earned ORU a berth in the NIT.With two starters returning (Warren Niles and Damen Bell-Holter), there is experience in the wings, led by 2012 Summit League Sixth Man of the Year Steven Roundtree. Mikey Manghum and Jake Lliteras, both of whom averaged around 10 minutes per game last year, will also return. “I think we have a really good nucleus coming back,” said Head Coach Scott Sutton.“ I think we are really good at positions two through five, when you look at Warren Niles, who I think will really blossom, a transfer in Shawn Glover who is extremely talented and then Steven Roundtree and Damen Bell-Holter who have a ton of experience inside, it gives us a great group coming back. Those four give us a good core coming back. We need the other guys, Mikey, Jake and D.J. to have a great off season. We signed a number of guys that have a chance to come in and play immediately. And I’m excited about Korey Billbury, I think he can come in and play because of his toughness and he has good strength for a young player.” Perhaps the most notable incoming freshman is Oklahoma product Corbin Byford, who was named the Jim Thorpe Award winner as the best player in the state after the All-State game. He is only the second player to attend ORU after winning the award, with three-time All-American Caleb Green being the other. Point Guard The point guard position went up for grabs with the graduation of Roderick Pearson, who started all 34 games last year. The early favorites returning backup Mikey Manghum, or Jackson, who was able to practice with the team last year during a redshirt season. “The point guard position is our biggest question mark going into the season,” said Sutton. “We are really high on D.J. and Mikey. D.J. was able to practice with us and gained some valuable experience and probably has a better grasp on how we operate and how we want to run things. The first month of practice is going to be very important to see how they get acclimated to our system.” Shooting Guard The starting spot likely belongs to the 1,000-point scorer Niles, who started all 34 games last season and should easily move into the top-10 in career scoring at ORU in his senior season. Billbury and Manghum will also see significant minutes at the two-guard position. “We have one of the most experienced players in the conference in Warren Niles,” said Sutton.“He has started every game since his freshman year and has scored a bunch of points. We feel good about what he can accomplish this year after having played in the shadow of Dominique Morrison for the past few years. I think you’ll see his points per game average increase this year. Behind him we have Billbury, who is very talented and very strong for a freshman. He has a lot of confidence and will continue to improve.We also have a great combo guard in Manghum, who is probably our best perimeter defender and will be in the rotation as well.” Small Forward Perhaps the biggest loss and most promise come at the same position. The departure of Dominique Morrison, who finished his four-year career with honorable mention All-American honors and as the fifth-leading scorer in the history of ORU, opens the door for Glover, who has shown the ability to take over the role of the main scorer. Newcomers Byford and Brandon Conley could see time at either of the forward positions. “We lost a special player in Dominique Morrison, but we feel good about what we return in Glover,” said Sutton.“He is an excellent scorer with great size and great experience. He will step in and make an immediate impact. Jake was a part of our rotation last year and has good experience and I think will continue to get better. Then we have two guys who may play multiple positions in Conley and Byford. Both are tremendous athletes for freshmen. Again, it will probably depend on that first month but both have a very high ceiling. One or both will definitely be in the rotation this year.” Page 58

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Power Forward Selflessly giving up his starting spot last year, Roundtree was rewarded with Sixth Man of the Year honors from the conference. He will move back into the starting role this year and will be depended on heavily around the basket. “Steven is a tremendous talent and had a great freshman year,” said Sutton.“Last year he took a very unselfish approach to our team and like Niles I think will blossom this year. Glover, Byford and Conley will also provide depth for us at the four.

“Damen is another guy who has a ton of experience,” said Sutton.“He had a great sophomore year and then battled injuries last year. I think of all of the guys, he had the best summer and lost a lot of weight, which I think will not only help his stamina, but also help prevent some of the nagging injuries. I expect Damen to have a break-out year. Behind him is Jorden Kaufman, who we are extremely high on. He will have to play for us this year, but is a big body and is very skilled for a center. He has gotten a lot better just through weights and conditioning and I think he will make great strides as we begin practice.”

“The other thing I’m excited about is taking Damen home to play in Alaska. The Great Alaska Shootout is a tremendous event and one of the first tournaments of its kind. It will be a real treat for him to be able to go back and play in front of his friends and family.”

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“It is a tough schedule, but we are excited about it, especially our home games,” said Sutton.“The opportunity to host Oklahoma and Tulsa is attractive. We have had some success at home against some big name teams in the past, and it isn’t often you have the chance to host a Big 12 team. Then our non-conference schedule is tough as well with possibly nationally ranked teams in Memphis and Arizona. We’ll also make a trip to UTEP and have a regional matchup with Missouri State.”

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Schedule The 2012 schedule has a mix of new opponents and old rivalries, highlighted by home games against Tulsa and Oklahoma. The Golden Eagles will also hit the road to face Arizona and Memphis, along with the Great Alaska Shootout during the nonconference season. Once January hits, it is all Southland Conference, with exception of a home game as part of the ESPN BracketBuster series.

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Center Bell-Holter battled a back injury early in the season last year, but started the final 25 games of the year, and will continue to be a force in the middle. Already seventh in career blocks, another season like 2010-11 would put him near the top of the charts in ORU history.

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Season and Career Statistics SEASON STATISTICS CAREER STATISTICS SUMMARY MORRISON, Dominique NILES, Warren CRAION, Michael ROUNDTREE, Steven PEARSON, Roderick BELL-HOLTER, Damen MANGHUM, Mikey LLITERAS, Jake AERY, Robert

GP-GS Min/G 34-34 36.5 34-34 33.9 34-34 28.8 34-9 25.5 34-34 30.9 29-25 26.8 34-0 13.7 34-0 9.3 7-0 3.9

FG% 3PT% FT% .488 .423 .825 .451 .362 .805 .583 .000 .661 .571 .000 .708 .454 .275 .698 .426 .286 .698 .426 .422 .824 .344 .327 .600 .235 .267 .667

R/G 4.3 3.7 6.3 5.3 2.6 5.8 0.6 0.9 0.0

A/G STL BLK PTS/G 1.6 28 12 19.8 2.2 33 7 12.1 1.6 56 29 10.9 1.4 35 9 9.8 3.7 37 5 8.4 1.2 10 24 7.9 1.3 8 0 2.3 0.5 14 4 2.0 0.4 1 0 2.0

GP-GS Min/G F G% 129-128 33.3 .466 101-79 31.4 .416 69-65 29.3 .539 69-44 27.0 .565 72-68 26.7 .436 97-62 24.1 .473 47-0 12.3 .400 34-0 9.3 .344 13-0 3.8 .241

3PT% FT% .384 .813 .365 .776 .188 .639 .100 .665 .317 .687 .292 .709 .404 .824 .327 .600 .227 .750

R/G 4.4 3.6 6.7 5.8 2.6 5.7 0.7 0.9 0.2

A/G 1.9 2.0 1.6 1.6 3.2 1.0 1.1 0.5 0.2

STL 95 92 99 70 66 32 10 14 1

BLK PTS/G 52 16.1 16 13.1 62 11.8 23 11.0 5 6.9 92 8.7 3 2.0 4 2.0 0 1.7

SCORING FG-FGA FG% 3FG-FGA 3PT% FT-FTA FT% PTS PTS/G FG-FGA FG% 3FG-FGA 3PT% FT-FTA FT% PTS PTS/G MORRISON, Dominique 215-441 .488 55-130 .423 189-229 .825 674 19.8 687-1475 .466 163-424 .384 543-668 .813 2080 16.1 NILES, Warren 139-308 .451 63-174 .362 70-87 .805 411 12.1 452-1087 .416 196-537 .365 222-286 .776 1322 13.1 CRAION, Michael 144-247 .583 0-1 .000 84-127 .661 372 10.9 311-577 .539 3-16 .188 188-294 .639 813 11.8 ROUNDTREE, Steven 124-217 .571 0-3 .000 85-120 .708 333 9.8 283-501 .565 1-10 .100 189-284 .665 756 11.0 PEARSON, Roderick 104-229 .454 19-69 .275 60-86 .698 287 8.4 184-422 .436 38-120 .317 90-131 .687 496 6.9 BELL-HOLTER, Damen 89-209 .426 6-21 .286 44-63 .698 228 7.9 306-647 .473 21-72 .292 212-299 .709 845 8.7 MANGHUM, Mikey 23-54 .426 19-45 .422 14-17 .824 79 2.3 28-70 .400 23-57 .404 14-17 .824 93 2.0 LLITERAS, Jake 22-64 .344 16-49 .327 9-15 .600 69 2.0 22-64 .344 16-49 .327 9-15 .600 69 2.0 AERY, Robert 4-17 .235 4-15 .267 2-3 .667 14 2.0 7-29 .241 5-22 .227 3-4 .750 22 1.7 TOTALS MORRISON, Dominique NILES, Warren CRAION, Michael ROUNDTREE, Steven PEARSON, Roderick BELL-HOLTER, Damen MANGHUM, Mikey LLITERAS, Jake AERY, Robert

O-REB D-REB TOTAL PF FO A TO A/TO 34 113 147 100 5 55 57 1.0 30 96 126 58 0 75 63 1.2 89 125 214 88 3 55 78 0.7 76 104 180 95 2 48 63 0.8 17 72 89 112 5 127 79 1.6 54 115 169 58 0 35 58 0.6 8 14 22 32 0 43 17 2.5 5 27 32 27 0 18 18 1.0 0 0 0 2 0 3 1 3.0

O-REB D-REB 141 429 72 290 172 287 174 229 41 144 195 355 10 23 5 27 1 2

TOTAL PF FO A TO A/TO 570 349 8 246 206 1.2 362 210 3 202 217 0.9 459 186 6 108 154 0.7 403 224 13 111 145 0.8 185 219 8 228 155 1.5 550 216 5 101 157 0.6 33 41 0 53 25 2.1 32 27 0 18 18 1.0 3 4 0 3 3 1.0

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Corbin Byford Forward, 6-6, 210 Freshman

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D.J. Jackson Guard, 5-11, 175 Freshman

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Warren Niles Guard, 6-5, 195 Senior

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Shawn Glover Forward, 6-7, 195 Junior

Jake Lliteras Guard, 6-5, 195 R-Sophomore

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Jorden Kaufman Center, 7-0, 245 Freshman

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2011-12 Individual Statistics Summit League: 17-1

Home: 15-1

Away: 10-4

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Overall Record: 27-7

Neutral: 2-2

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Attendance Totals Home 71,904 Away 55,271 Neutral 20,617 Total 147,796

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Score By Periods Team 1st 2nd OT 2OT Total ORU 1138 1296 22 11 2467 Opp. 976 1232 20 10 2238

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TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## Player GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def-Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 45 MORRISON, Dominique 18-18 664 36.9 125-241 .519 39-75 .520 111-128 .867 14-56-70 3.9 59 4 21 27 6 16 400 22.2 13 NILES, Warren 18-18 625 34.7 76-150 .507 33-82 .402 43-52 .827 14-52-66 3.7 33 0 41 29 5 19 228 12.7 54 CRAION, Michael 18-18 513 28.5 79-126 .627 0-1 .000 49-73 .671 48-62-110 6.1 51 3 32 44 16 17 207 11.5 22 ROUNDTREE, Steven 18-1 469 26.1 74-117 .632 0-2 .000 37-52 .712 31-56-87 4.8 46 0 29 36 9 19 185 10.3 04 PEARSON, Roderick 18-18 554 30.8 63-131 .481 6-31 .194 32-43 .744 9-32-41 2.3 62 1 80 34 2 19 164 9.1 32 BELL-HOLTER, Damen 18-17 464 25.8 51-121 .421 2-9 .222 29-38 .763 32-74-106 5.9 37 0 22 37 7 6 133 7.4 03 AERY, Robert 3-0 14 4.7 3-8 .375 3-7 .429 2-2 1.000 0-0-0 0.0 0 0 3 0 0 0 11 3.7 14 LLITERAS, Jake 18-0 159 8.8 12-30 .400 8-22 .364 5-5 1.000 2-11-13 0.7 10 0 9 11 0 5 37 2.1 35 MANGHUM, Mikey 18-0 213 11.8 11-21 .524 9-18 .500 5-8 .625 2-5-7 0.4 18 0 22 6 0 6 36 2.0 TM TEAM................ 24-34-58 3.2 0 2 0 Total.......... 18 494-945 .523 100-247 .405 313-401 .781 176-382-558 31.0 316 8 259 226 45 107 1401 77.8 Opponents...... 18 455-939 .485 114-291 .392 228-311 .733 143-329-472 26.2 352 - 224 229 39 115 1252 69.6

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TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## Player GP-GS Min Avg FG-FGA Pct 3FG-FGA Pct FT-FTA Pct Off-Def-Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 45 MORRISON, Dominique 34-34 1240 36.5 215-441 .488 55-130 .423 189-229 .825 34-113-147 4.3 100 5 55 57 12 28 674 19.8 13 NILES, Warren 34-34 1153 33.9 139-308 .451 63-174 .362 70-87 .805 30-96-126 3.7 58 0 75 63 7 33 411 12.1 54 CRAION, Michael 34-34 978 28.8 144-247 .583 0-1 .000 84-127 .661 89-125-214 6.3 88 3 55 78 29 56 372 10.9 22 ROUNDTREE, Steven 34-9 868 25.5 124-217 .571 0-3 .000 85-120 .708 76-104-180 5.3 95 2 48 63 9 35 333 9.8 04 PEARSON, Roderick 34-34 1051 30.9 104-229 .454 19-69 .275 60-86 .698 17-72-89 2.6 112 5 127 79 5 37 287 8.4 32 BELL-HOLTER, Damen 29-25 776 26.8 89-209 .426 6-21 .286 44-63 .698 54-115-169 5.8 58 0 35 58 24 10 228 7.9 35 MANGHUM, Mikey 34-0 466 13.7 23-54 .426 19-45 .422 14-17 .824 8-14-22 0.6 32 0 43 17 0 8 79 2.3 14 LLITERAS, Jake 34-0 316 9.3 22-64 .344 16-49 .327 9-15 .600 5-27-32 0.9 27 0 18 18 4 14 69 2.0 03 AERY, Robert 7-0 27 3.9 4-17 .235 4-15 .267 2-3 .667 0-0-0 0.0 2 0 3 1 0 1 14 2.0 TM TEAM................ 50-58-108 3.3 0 2 0 Total.......... 34 864-1786 .484 182-507 .359 557-747 .746 363-724-1087 32.0 572 15 459 436 90 222 2467 72.6 Opponents...... 34 821-1752 .469 189-517 .366 407-568 .717 291-672-963 28.3 661 - 424 463 84 224 2238 65.8

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2011-12 Game Results DATE OPPONENT SCORE ATTEND HIGH POINTS HIGH REBOUNDS 11/11/11 at WEST VIRGINIA 71-78 L 8579 (21)MORRISON, Dominique (10)ROUNDTREE, Steven 11/15/11 $ vs UTSA 77-78 L 3719 (22)ROUNDTREE, Steven (9)ROUNDTREE, Steven 11/16/11 $ vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff W 80-44 3836 (19)NILES, Warren (8)CRAION, Michael (19)MORRISON, Dominique 11/19/11 AUSTIN PEAY W 71-59 2852 (24)ROUNDTREE, Steven (11)CRAION, Michael 11/21/11 $ SMU W 62-56 1971 (30)MORRISON, Dominique (9)CRAION, Michael 11/22/11 $ FIU W 73-65 2218 (19)CRAION, Michael (8)CRAION, Michael 11/30/11 MISSOURI STATE W 68-63 3352 (19)NILES, Warren (12)ROUNDTREE, Steven 12/03/11 * SOUTHERN UTAH W 61-55 2263 (15)CRAION, Michael (11)BELL-HOLTER, Damen 12/08/11 at Oklahoma 59-73 L 7699 (20)MORRISON, Dominique (6)ROUNDTREE, Steven (6)MORRISON, Dominique 12/12/11 at UALR W 58-55 2557 (20)PEARSON, Roderick (11)BELL-HOLTER, Damen 12/14/11 at GONZAGA BULLDOGS 61-67 L 6000 (16)BELL-HOLTER, Damen (9)MORRISON, Dominique 12/18/11 at #8 Xavier W 64-42 9678 (19)MORRISON, Dominique (8)ROUNDTREE, Steven 12/22/11 TEXAS TECH W 72-56 8064 (26)MORRISON, Dominique (10)BELL-HOLTER, Damen 12/28/11 * at UMKC W 72-65 1504 (28)MORRISON, Dominique (16)CRAION, Michael 12/30/11 * at South Dakota W 79-67 1689 (27)MORRISON, Dominique (5)NILES, Warren 01/03/12 * at Oakland W 89-80 2185 (20)MORRISON, Dominique (9)CRAION, Michael 01/05/12 * NORTH DAKOTA ST. W 89-80 2524 (24)MORRISON, Dominique (10)BELL-HOLTER, Damen 01/07/12 * SOUTH DAKOTA ST. W 97-75 3725 (38)MORRISON, Dominique (7)ROUNDTREE, Steven (7)CRAION, Michael (7)MORRISON, Dominique 01/12/12 * at Western Illinois Wo2 71-70 1029 (27)MORRISON, Dominique (8)ROUNDTREE, Steven 01/14/12 * at IUPUI W 81-71 1215 (23)NILES, Warren (10)CRAION, Michael 01/19/12 * IPFW W 65-54 3583 (27)MORRISON, Dominique (5)MORRISON, Dominique (5)CRAION, Michael 01/21/12 * OAKLAND W 93-86 9005 (28)NILES, Warren (8)ROUNDTREE, Steven 01/26/12 * SOUTH DAKOTA W 97-64 3170 (18)CRAION, Michael (10)CRAION, Michael (18)MANGHUM, Mikey 01/28/12 * UMKC W 77-67 6850 (28)MORRISON, Dominique (10)BELL-HOLTER, Damen 2/2/12 * at South Dakota St. 60-75 L 4255 (14)PEARSON, Roderick (8)ROUNDTREE, Steven (14)NILES, Warren 02/04/12 * at North Dakota St. W 85-76 4464 (36)MORRISON, Dominique (8)BELL-HOLTER, Damen 02/09/12 * IUPUI Wot 76-74 3495 (23)MORRISON, Dominique (9)BELL-HOLTER, Damen 02/11/12 * WESTERN ILLINOIS W 61-51 8617 (17)MORRISON, Dominique (7)ROUNDTREE, Steven 02/15/12 * at IPFW W 75-71 1679 (24)NILES, Warren (7)ROUNDTREE, Steven 02/18/12 % AKRON W 67-61 7745 (16)MORRISON, Dominique (12)MORRISON, Dominique 2/25/12 * at Southern Utah W 73-71 2738 (24)MORRISON, Dominique (6)BELL-HOLTER, Damen 3/3/12 vs IPFW W 71-67 6614 (17)NILES, Warren (7)BELL-HOLTER, Damen 3/5/12 vs Western Illinois 53-54 L 6448 (23)MORRISON, Dominique (11)CRAION, Michael 03/14/12 ^ NEVADA 59-68 L 2474 (13)MORRISON, Dominique (7)CRAION, Michael (13)PEARSON, Roderick * = Conference game

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2011-12 Individual Game Highs

Points..........................................38, Dominique Morrison vs. South Dakota St. (1/7/12) Field Goals Made.........................11, Dominique Morrison vs. South Dakota St. (1/7/12) Field Goal Attempts....................18, Dominique Morrison vs. IUPUI (2/9/12) FG Pct (min. 5 made)..................0.900 (9-10), Michael Craion at IPFW (2/15/12) 3-pt. Field Goals Made................7, Warren Niles vs. Oakland (1/21/12) 3-pt. Field Goal Attempts............12, Warren Niles vs. Oakland (1/21/12) 3-pt. FG Pct (min 3 made)...........1.000 (6-6), Mikey Manghum vs. South Dakota (1/26/12) .....................................................1.000 (4-4), Jake Lliteras vs. FIU (11/22/11) Free Throws Made.......................14, Dominique Morrison at North Dakota St. (2/4/12) ......................................................14, Dominique Morrison at UMKC (12/28/11) Free Throw Att............................16, Dominique Morrison at North Dakota St. (2/4/12) FT Pct. (min 3 made)...................1.000 (21 times), (11-11) Morrison vs. SDSU (1/7/12) Rebounds....................................16, Michael Craion at UMKC (12/28/11) Assists.........................................12, Roderick Pearson at South Dakota (12/30/11) Steals..........................................6, Michael Craion vs. West Virginia (11/11/11) Blocked Shots..............................4, Damen Bell-Holter at UALR (12/12/11) Turnovers....................................8, Michael Craion at IPFW (2/15/12)

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Points............................................ 97, vs. South Dakota (1/26/12) ..................................................... 97, vs. South Dakota State (1/7/12) Field Goals Made........................... 37, vs. South Dakota State (1/7/12) Field Goal Attempts...................... 61, vs. Oakland (1/21/12) FG Pct............................................ .667 (34-51), at Oakland (1/3/12) 3-pt. Field Goals Made.................. 11, at Oakland (1/3/12) 3-pt. Field Goal Attempts.............. 22, vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11/16/11) 3-pt. FG Pct................................... .714 (5-7), vs. UMKC (1/28/12) Free Throws Made......................... 26, at IUPUI (1/14/12) Free Throw Att.............................. 35, at IUPUI (1/14/12) FT Pct. .......................................... .929 (12-14), vs. South Dakota State (1/7/12) Rebounds...................................... 42, at IUPUI (1/14/12) Assists........................................... 25, at South Dakota (12/30/11) Steals............................................ 14, vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11/16/11) Blocked Shots................................ 9, at Oakland (1/3/12) ..................................................... 9, at UALR (12/12/11) Turnovers...................................... 22, at West Virginia (11/11/11)

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2011-12 Summit League Tournament Results Sioux Falls Arena * Sioux Falls, S.D.

Quarterfinals Saturday, March 3 No. 1 ORU 71, No. 8 IPFW 67 No. 2 South Dakota St., 77, No. 7 IPFW 56

Semifinals Monday, March 5 No. 4 Western Illinois 54, No. 1 ORU 53 No. 2 South Dakota St. 63, No. 6 Southern Utah 47

Sunday, March 4 No. 4 Western Illinois 58, No. 5 North Dakota St. 53 No. 6 Southern Utah 84, No. 3 Oakland 82

Championship Game Tuesday, March 7 No. 2 South Dakota St. 52, No. 4 Western Illinois 50 (OT)

All-Tournament Team Nate Wolters - South Dakota St. (MVP) Jordan Dykstra - South Dakota St. Ceola Clark - Western Illinois Terell Parks - Western Illinois Jackson Stevenett - Southern Utah

2011-12 All-Summit League Awards First Team Taylor Braun, North Dakota State Frank Gaines, IPFW Reggie Hamilton, Oakland Dominique Morrison, ORU Nate Wolters, South Dakota State Alex Young, IUPUI

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2011-12 Game Box Scores Game 1 at West Virginia

Game 2 vs. UT-San Antonio

Game 3 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff

November 11, 2011 • Morgantown, W. Va. (WVU Coliseum)

November 15, 2011 • Stillwater, Okla. (Gallagher-Iba Arena)

November 16, 2011 • Stillwater, Okla. (Gallagher-Iba Arena)

MORGANTOWN, W.V. – Trailing by as many as 14 in the game, ORU came all the way back and had a shot to tie the game with 30 seconds to go, but West Virginia was able to hold on for a 78-71 victory in the opening game of the season for both teams. With his first basket of the game, Dominique Morrison moved into a tie, and eventually moved into sole possession of 10th place in ORU history with 1,427 career points passing Carl Hardaway (1,408 points). Morrison finished the game as the leading scorer for ORU with 21 points, 11 of which came from the free throw line, while Steven Roundtree’s 11 points and 10 rebounds gave him the game’s only doubledouble. Michael Craion barely missed one with 18 points, nine rebounds, and Niles made it four in double figures again with 14 points, including three 3-pointers. “I was proud of our guys for fighting and competing. We didn’t play very well at all and I give credit to West Virginia for that,” said Coach Scott Sutton. “We competed, I thought our press was good and our rebounding was excellent, but to win a game like this against a Big East team on the road, you have to step up and make shots and our shooters didn’t do that.” ORU (0-1) shot 40 percent (23-57) for the game, but just 25 percent (3-12) from 3-point range and turned the ball over 22 times. For West Virginia (1-0), it was Kevin Jones who led the way with 20 points, while the Mountaineers connected on 58.8 percent from the field. The Golden Eagles held a 37-24 rebounding edge, including an outstanding 21 offensive rebounds, which led to 14 second chance points. It was a slow start for ORU, in large part due to 10 turnovers in the first 11 minutes of the game, which saw ORU down 22-10. “I was disappointed (about the turnovers), with a veteran club,” said Sutton. “I thought we played scared for the first 10 minutes. Give West Virginia credit, their pressure obviously caused us problems. Our guys have played a lot of basketball and it should not have caused the number of problems that it did.”

STILLWATER, Okla.-A running-three at the buzzer proved the difference in a game that had 11 lead changes and seven ties, as Oral Roberts (0-2) fell 78-77 to UTSA (2-0) in the first round of the Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Tip-Off. The Golden Eagles surrendered a 15-point halftime lead and allowed the Roadrunners to shoot 63 percent (17-27) in the second half. ORU also hit just one of four free throw attempts with less than 10 seconds left in the game but still held a two point lead with four seconds left in the game. A running three by Sei Paye at the buzzer dashed the hopes that ORU had of facing Oklahoma State in the second round with a chance to go to the semifinals of the NIT Tip-Off in New York City. “Everyone is going to talk about the last shot, but that game was lost in the first five minutes of the second half,” said Head Coach Scott Sutton. “Our guys came out of the locker room and just weren’t ready to play. We came out flat and give UTSA credit, they cut into our lead and next thing you knew we had a ballgame.” Steven Roundtree led the Golden Eagles with 22 points and nine rebounds, while Warren Niles had 20 points, despite going 2-7 from the free throw line. Morrison added 17 points as ORU shot 50 percent (26-52) for the game and held a 30-25 rebounding edge over the Roadrunners. UTSA was led by Kannon Burrage, who put on a show in the second half, scoring 18 of his 22 points to help the Roadrunners get back in the game. ORU stayed in the game and took the lead with just over 1 minute remaining, 74-73 after a pair of Roundtree free throws. A Morrison jumper made it 76-75 with 30 seconds to go and after a couple of UTSA attempts, Niles pulled down a rebound with 6.1 seconds on the clock. Niles missed both free throws, but an offensive rebound by Roundtree gave ORU another chance to make it a three-point lead, meaning a long heave would do no more than tie the game. Roundtree went one of two, and Paye took advantage, weaving into the middle of the court before launching a 35-footer at the buzzer to push UTSA into the regional championship against OSU.

TULSA, Okla.-A day after losing on a heartbreaking buzzer-beater, Oral Roberts (1-2) responded nicely, posting the biggest win since the 2006-07 season with an 80-44 victory over Arkansas-Pine Bluff (0-2) in the consolation game of the Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Tip-Off. The 36-point victory was the largest for ORU since handing Panhandle State a 91-41 victory in the fourth game of the 2006-07 season, and the 44 points given up was the lowest since giving up 42 to IPFW in the Summit League Tournament on March 10, 2008. The victory meant more to ORU than just a win in the overall record, as the Golden Eagles were been rewarded with the chance to host their final two games of the tournament. ORU had four players score in double figures, led by Dominique Morrison and Warren Niles who scored 19 each. Michael Craion dropped in 17 with a team-high eight rebounds, and Steven Roundtree had 11 points. The Golden Eagle defense seemed on point for the game, earning a season-high 14 steals in the game, and forced 20 turnovers and held the Golden Lions to a 40 percent shooting percentage from the field and 23 percent from three, the lowest mark of the season in both categories for an ORU opponent. UAPB was led in scoring by Savalace Townsend, who had 16 points including six of the team’s nine free throw attempts. Helped by Morrison’s first 3-pointer of the season and a defense that forced nine turnovers in the first 10 minutes of the game, ORU opened up a 13-2 lead over the Golden Lions. Helping extend the lead was ball security as the Golden Eagles turned the ball over six times in the first six minutes of the game but just two more times for the remainder of the half as the Golden Eagles held a 33-15 advantage at the break. Niles hit a pair of threes and scored eight-straight points for the Golden Eagles, extending the lead to 48-23. It continued to be all ORU in the second half and the lead continued to grow to as many as 42 (75-33).

West Virginia 78, ORU 71

UTSA 78, ORU 77

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WVU Player Jones Kilicli Miles Hinds Bryant Rutledge Brown Browne Forsythe McCune Noreen

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FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 3-5 1-3 3-4 1 10 0 0 5 27 6-11 0-2 0-0 8 12 2 0 1 35 2-4 0-0 3-4 2 7 1 1 0 10 2-3 2-3 2-2 1 8 3 0 1 25 4-9 1-3 2-4 2 11 5 0 2 40 2-4 0-0 1-1 4 5 0 0 0 21 7-11 2-3 6-8 3 22 1 0 1 20 1-2 1-2 0-0 0 3 0 0 0 17 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 5

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FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 6-8 0-0 10-12 9 22 3 0 1 38 7-11 0-2 3-4 3 17 2 0 0 33 1-5 0-0 2-2 4 4 0 0 0 28 1-3 1-2 2-2 1 5 3 0 1 31 8-16 2-9 2-7 8 20 6 0 1 36 1-4 1-4 0-0 2 3 0 0 1 12 2-5 2-5 0-0 0 6 1 0 0 22

Score by Periods UTSA ORU

1H 2H TOT 31 47 78 46 31 77

Officials: Larry Spaulding, Eric Curry, Gerald Williams

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FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 4-11 1-6 0-0 5 9 0 1 1 31 1-3 0-0 1-2 1 3 0 0 1 16 2-3 0-0 1-2 3 5 1 0 0 15 2-11 2-6 0-0 2 6 3 0 2 32 5-8 0-0 6-7 5 16 2 0 4 30 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 8 2-3 0-0 1-4 1 5 0 0 0 26 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 2 0 2 23 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 11

ORU Player Roundtree Morrison Craion Pearson Niles Aery Lliteras Manghum

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 4-5 0-0 3-6 4 11 3 0 0 22 6-12 2-5 5-5 6 19 0 0 1 35 6-10 0-0 5-6 8 17 3 0 2 33 2-4 1-2 0-0 2 5 2 0 3 28 6-10 3-6 4-4 2 19 2 1 4 39 1-5 1-4 0-1 0 3 0 0 0 5 1-3 1-3 0-0 5 3 1 0 2 13 1-2 1-2 0-0 4 3 3 0 2 25

Score by Periods UAPB ORU

1H 2H TOT 15 29 44 33 47 80

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2011-12 Game Box Scores November 21, 2011 • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center)

November 22, 2011 • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center)

TULSA, Okla.-A 21-2 run in the second half distanced ORU from Austin Peay in the home opener for the Golden Eagles. ORU (2-2) won its second game in a row, ad took a 3-2 series lead over APSU (0-3) with the victory. Steven Roundtree was just three points off his career high with 24 points to lead ORU, with 19 of those points coming in the second half. Michael Craion had his first double-double of the season with 12 points and 11 rebounds, while Roderick Pearson had his first double-figure scoring effort of the year with 11 points. Dominique Morrison added 10. Warren Niles and Craion each had three assists, while Craion added a team-high four steals. Leading by just one at halftime, ORU used a 52 percent shooting clip in the second half and a defensive effort that held APSU to 33 percent in the second half, to outscore the Governors 42-31. The ORU defense also held an opponent to less than 60 points for the second consecutive game after giving up 78 in each of the first two games. APSU was led by Tyshwan Edmondson with 14 points. Will Triggs (11 points) and Josh Terry (10 points) also hit double figures for the Governors. ORU continued to get open looks from three, with nine of the first 11 points coming from beyond the arc, with the other two coming on the rebound from a missed three. Despite shooting just 25 percent to start the game, ORU took its first lead of the game 15-14 with 9:10 left in the first half on another second-chance opportunity for Craion. The remainder of the first half went back and forth with five lead changes and three ties, but ended with ORU on top 29-28 after eight points, six rebounds from Craion. Down four in the second half, the Golden Eagles rattled off ninestraight points to take a five point lead (50-45), forcing APSU to call a timeout. The timeout could not stop the ORU momentum though, and a pair of three-point plays by Morrison and Roundtree pushed the lead out to 11, the largest lead by either team at the time. In all, it was a 21-2 run for ORU, stretching over nearly seven minutes giving ORU a 59-45 lead over the Governors.

TULSA, Okla-Behind Dominique Morrison’s 30 points, ORU (3-2) built a 17 point lead in the first half, but had to hold off a second-half run by SMU (2-3) to earn a 63-56 victory, Monday night in the Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Tip-Off. With Morrison’s offensive explosion, ORU’s streak of six consecutive games with three players in double figures came to an end as only he and Steven Roundtree (11 points) hit the mark. It was the first 30-point game by a Golden Eagle this year, and the fourth of his career. The mark also pushed Morrison over the 1,500 point mark for his career (1,503), moving him into ninth all-time, just three points off the total held by Haywoode Workman (1,506). Craion had eight points and nine rebounds, the most important of which came with about a minute left as his put back made it a four point game and forced SMU to resort to fouling. SMU was led by Robert Nyakundi, who scored 16 points, all of which came in the second half. “We had a great opportunity in that first half, up 17, to really end the game,” said Coach Scott Sutton.“Even being up 13, I would have taken that before the game, and again we talked about that first five minutes in the second half going out and establishing ourselves and we didn’t do that. SMU battled hard and Matt (Doherty) did a great job and we were fortunate to come away with a win.” Morrison single-handedly gave ORU the early lead, scoring 13 of the team’s 15 points, putting the Golden Eagles in front 15-7 midway through the first half. He continued to stay hot for the first half, hitting 8 of 9 shots with his only miss coming from half court at the buzzer. With 20 points in the half, Morrison was the only scorer in double figures and led the Golden Eagles to a 30-17 lead at halftime, with ORU closing the half on a 13-3 run. The 17 points given up in the first half was the second-lowest total for an ORU opponent, giving up just 15 to Arkansas-Pine Bluff in a 36-point victory. SMU would continue to chip away and eventually tie the game at 4545 after another Nyakundi 3-pointer, with SMU shooting upwards of 78 percent for the half at the time. Still a close game, Craion’s tip-in with just over a minute to go made it a four point game (55-51), and from there ORU was able to ice the game at the free throw line, hitting seven free throws in the final minute to hold off the charge and take the six-point victory. It was the third victory in a row for ORU, and the second-straight win at home.

TULSA, Okla.-The Oral Roberts men’s basketball team swept through the consolation bracket of the Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Tip-Off with a 7365 victory over Florida International on Tuesday night. The victory was the fourth in a row for ORU (4-2) who begins the season with a 4-2 record for the first time since 2007-08. Michael Craion led the way for ORU, who shot better than 50 percent from the field (2749) for the third time this season. Craion had 19 points and a eight rebounds, leading the Golden Eagles in both categories. In the 100th start of his career, Dominique Morrison had 13 points, and with his fourth point of the night passed Haywoode Workman (1986-89) for eighth place in the ORU record books, surpassing his total of 1,506 points. Morrison now has 1,516 career points. Mikey Manghum led the team with five assists as the Golden Eagles had a season-best 19 assists in the game. Phil Taylor hit a couple of big threes late in the game and led FIU with 22 points as the Panthers tried to make a comeback. FIU also outrebounded ORU marking the first time this season that ORU has been outrebounded by its opponent. One night after Morrison had the hot hand and scored a season-high 30 points, it was Jake Lliteras who was feeling it on Tuesday, hitting all four of his 3-point attempts for 12 points, the first double-digit output of his young career. His final two were perhaps the biggest of the game, taking a one point ORU lead and expanding it to seven after back-to-back threes. “It felt alright,” said Lliteras. “The most important thing is that we got a win. It felt good to shoot well, but it doesn’t mean anything if you don’t win the game.” Coach Scott Sutton had this to say about his redshirt freshman: “I was awfully proud of Jake. He works extremely hard on his shot and is very passionate about this game and it’s always good to see hard work pay off. He hit some big shots. I think he hit a couple in the first half that extended our lead and those two in the second half were probably the biggest of the game. They had all the momentum and he stepped up and hit back-toback shots for us.”

ORU 71, APSU 59 FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 5-14 0-0 1-4 6 11 1 0 1 33 2-5 0-0 0-0 2 4 0 0 0 20 4-7 0-1 2-3 6 10 1 0 1 37 0-4 0-2 4-4 1 4 5 0 1 27 6-15 2-8 0-0 5 14 3 1 1 31 2-8 0-2 2-2 4 6 2 0 0 17 1-2 1-1 0-0 1 3 0 0 1 10 1-3 0-2 2-3 3 4 0 0 0 11 1-2 1-2 0-0 0 3 0 0 0 13 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 1 FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 8-17 0-0 8-10 8 24 1 0 0 28 2-7 1-3 5-5 3 10 1 0 0 24 6-11 0-0 0-1 11 12 3 1 4 32 4-6 1-2 2-3 4 11 1 0 1 40 2-8 2-7 0-0 7 6 3 0 0 36 1-5 1-5 0-1 1 3 1 1 0 19 1-4 1-3 2-2 2 5 1 0 0 21

ORU Player Roundtree Morrison Craion Pearson Niles Lliteras Manghum

Score by Periods Austin Peay Oral Roberts

1H 28 29

2H 31 42

TOT 59 71

Record 0-2 2-2

ORU 73, FIU 65

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 1-2 0-0 0-01 3 2 2 0 0 23 6-13 4-7 0-0 4 16 1 0 0 37 4-7 1-4 3-5 2 12 2 0 2 34 4-9 0-0 3-4 1 11 1 0 1 25 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 2 14 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 11 1-3 0-1 1-2 1 3 1 0 2 14 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 12 4-10 1-3 3-4 3 12 0 0 3 28 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 FG-A 3-5 10-16 3-6 0-2 0-5 0-0 2-4

Score by Periods SMU ORU

3FG-A 0-0 3-6 0-0 0-2 0-3 0-0 1-3

FT-A 5-6 7-10 2-2 3-4 4-4 0-0 1-1

RB 7 2 9 3 6 0 3

TP A B S MIN 11 0 0 1 28 30 1 0 0 40 8 1 1 2 30 3 3 1 0 34 4 4 0 0 29 0 0 1 0 6 6 2 0 0 33

1H 2H TOT 17 39 56 30 32 62

Record 2-3 3-2

FIU Player Ferguson Dierickx Miro Wright Allen Taylor Wozniak Akomolafe

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 4-12 0-1 2-6 9 10 1 1 0 37 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 14 0-1 0-0 2-2 1 2 0 0 0 10 6-8 2-2 3-3 4 17 1 0 1 30 1-8 0-2 2-2 2 4 0 0 3 31 9-16 4-8 0-1 3 22 3 0 4 31 3-4 2-2 0-0 1 8 0 0 0 19 0-2 0-1 2-2 4 2 2 0 0 28

ORU Player Roundtree Morrison Craion Pearson Niles Aery Lliteras Manghum

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 4-6 0-0 1-2 6 9 3 0 1 31 5-12 0-3 3-6 5 13 3 0 2 40 8-9 0-0 3-6 8 19 1 2 0 32 2-5 1-2 0-0 2 5 2 0 1 21 3-8 2-6 0-0 4 8 3 0 0 29 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4-4 4-4 0-0 2 12 2 1 0 18 1-3 1-3 4-4 0 7 5 0 0 25

Score by Periods FIU ORU

1H 2H TOT 26 39 65 34 39 73

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2011-12 Season in Review

November 19, 2011 • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center)

Meet the Golden Eagles

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Game 5 vs. Southern Methodist

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2011-12 Game Box Scores Game 7 vs. Missouri State

Game 8 vs. Southern Utah

Game 9 at Oklahoma

November 30, 2011 • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center)

December 3, 2011 • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center)

December 8, 2011 • Norman, Okla. (Lloyd Noble Center)

TULSA, Okla.-Two free throws with less than 5 seconds to go made it a five-point game and gave junior Warren Niles 1,000 points for his career, helping ORU hold on for a 68-63 victory over Missouri State. Late threes by the Bears (41) got them to within three but ORU (5-2) never trailed in the game and won its fifth-straight contest. Niles ended up with a team-high 19 points, including an 8-for-8 mark from the free throw line. Dominique Morrison added 13, while Roderick Pearson had his second double-figure mark of the season with 11. Michael Craion chipped in 10 points, while Steven Roundtree had a gamehigh 12 rebounds to go with his eight points. The Golden Eagles shot 41 percent (22-53) in the game despite shooting just 32 percent (8-25) in the second half. ORU also had a 39-31 advantage on the glass. “Obviously this is a really good win for this club,” said Coach Scott Sutton. “I was proud of how this team competed and the intensity level that we played with. We told them, Missouri State is a tough, physical team and would play with a high intensity level and we would have to match that. I thought our guys really did that tonight, especially in the first half.” Kyle Weems led the Bears with 22 points, 16 of which came in the second half as he tried to carry his team back scoring eight of the team’s last 13 points. Caleb Patterson added 14 points for MSU, who improved from a 36 percent shooting effort in the first half to shoot 48 percent in the second, closing the 14-point halftime margin. ORU shot 50 percent in the first half, and used a 13-0 run in the middle of the period to open up an 11-point lead midway through the half. The lead would get out to as many as 14 in the first half at 36-22, which is where the first half ended. Niles 17th and 18th points effectively put the game out of reach as he reached the career milestone in the process. “He hit some big shots again,” said Sutton.“Warren has been in a little bit of a slump and probably lost a little of his confidence along the way. It was great to see him play well tonight because he’s a great shooter. This is a guy who scored 39 points on the road as a freshman ... he is the last guy that needs to have confidence shooting the basketball and I thought he played well tonight.”

TULSA, Okla.-Trailing for most of the second half, the Oral Roberts (6-2, 1-0) defense stiffened and held Southern Utah (4-4, 0-1) without a field goal in the final 4:28 of the game, outscoring the Thunderbirds 16-2 over that stretch, taking a 61-55 victory Saturday night in the Summit League opener for both teams. Michael Craion had a team-high 15 points, the final two of which might have been the most important as he picked Jackson Stevenett’s pocket and converted a pair of free throws on the other end to move it from a two to a four point game with 12 seconds to go in the contest. Damen Bell-Holter scored the first points of his season in his second game back, finishing with 11 points and a game-high 11 rebounds. Roderick Pearson also scored in double figures for the third time this year and the second consecutive game. For Southern Utah, Stevenett had 20 points, including a 6-for-6 mark from the free throw line. Wade Collie and Matt Massey chipped in 12 and 11 points, respectively. The Golden Eagles converted late buckets and ended the game shooting 52 percent in the second half, and out-rebounded SUU 33-25 including 16 offensive rebounds, which they converted into 20 second chance points. The road team tried to take control early, running out to a 5-0 lead, but ORU climbed back into the game, and four-straight points by Mikey Manghum tied the game at 8-8. The Golden Eagles finally took their first lead of the game at 14-12with 10:57 to go in the first half. After a Stevenett layup tied the game at 14-14, ORU went on an 11-3 spurt to take an eight point lead, 25-17 with just over five minutes to go in the first half. SUU would not go away either, pulling to within three at 28-25, but a Jake Lliteras three with 1:06 to go in the half pushed it right back out to a six point advantage for ORU. Despite shooting just 36 percent to SUU’s 52 percent, ORU still found themselves on top 31-25 at the break.

NORMAN, Okla.-Oral Roberts shot just 36 percent from the floor, including a 1-15 mark from the three-point line in a 73-59 loss to Oklahoma (6-1), Thursday night inside the Lloyd Noble Center. The loss snaps a six-game winning streak for ORU (6-3), who hit the road for a true road game for the first time since the season opener at West Virginia. “That was a game of missed opportunities for us,” said Head Coach Scott Sutton. “Give OU credit, they obviously had a lot to do with it but you can’t go 1-15 from three. We had good looks all night and shooters have to step up and make shots. We had 10 shots, I’ll call them layups, that you have to convert if you are going to win a tough game on the road.” Dominique Morrison led ORU with 20 points and was tied with Steven Roundtree with a team-high six rebounds. Damen Bell-Holter was the only other Golden Eagle to reach double figures with 16 points, his highest total of the season. Steven Pledger had 17 points to lead the Sooner, who had three players (Pledger, Andrew Fitzgerald and Cameron Clark) score at least 16 points. OU finished the game shooting an even 50 percent (27-54) and out-rebounded the Golden Eagles 38-31. After struggling to get production from the bench early in the season, ORU got 22 points from the non-starters, and held a 22-12 advantage in that category despite the Sooners playing a total of 12 players in the game. ORU shot just 39 percent (11-28) for the half, while OU converted 52 percent (14-27) of their shots and held a 19-12 advantage on the boards over the Golden Eagles. Down by 12 in the second half, ORU cut it to six but missed layups plagued the Golden Eagles and conversions on the other end extended it out to a 15-point lead (55-39) for the Sooners. After a couple of free throws and a fast-break dunk by Roundtree, a nice move in the paint by Bell-Holter made it six-straight for ORU and got them back to within striking distance (55-45) with 5:47 to go in the game. Free throws down the stretch helped OU hold onto their lead and the Sooners won their 31st consecutive nonconference game inside the Lloyd Noble Center with a 73-59 victory.

ORU 68, Missouri State 63 MSU Player Scheer Weems Patterson Gulley Bizoukas Downing Pickens Copeland Kirk Rhine ORU Player Roundtree Morrison Craion Pearson Niles Lliteras Bell-Holter Manghum

ORU 61, Southern Utah 55

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 0-0 0-0 0-0 5 0 0 0 0 15 9-17 4-7 0-0 3 22 2 1 0 29 5-17 0-1 4-4 6 14 0 2 1 36 1-4 1-3 0-0 3 4 0 0 0 16 2-3 1-1 2-6 1 7 5 0 1 34 2-8 1-3 0-0 3 5 0 0 1 26 3-5 0-0 0-0 8 6 4 1 2 28 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 5 2-2 0-0 0-0 0 4 0 0 0 7 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 0 4 FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 4-6 0-0 0-2 12 8 0 0 0 27 4-12 0-1 5-8 3 13 3 0 0 30 3-7 0-0 4-4 7 10 1 0 3 24 4-7 3-4 0-0 0 11 3 0 0 27 5-13 1-6 8-8 1 19 3 0 1 30 1-2 1-2 1-2 3 4 2 0 1 11 0-4 0-1 0-2 5 0 1 0 1 30 1-2 1-1 0-0 0 3 0 0 0 21

Score by Periods MSU ORU

1H 2H TOT 22 41 63 36 32 68

Record 4-1 5-2

SUU Player Taylor Stevenett Collie Massey Jones Nsenki Johnson Koehler Jeffery ORU Player Roundtree Morrison Craion Pearson Niles Lliteras Bell-Holter Manghum

Oklahoma 73, ORU 59

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 2-3 0-0 0-0 2 4 0 0 0 12 7-13 0-1 6-6 4 20 1 0 1 35 4-11 0-3 4-5 5 12 4 0 2 40 4-8 0-2 3-4 5 11 0 1 0 37 2-6 0-2 0-0 2 4 8 0 1 38 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 0 1 0 0 25 2-2 0-0 0-0 1 4 0 0 0 8 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 3 FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 3-6 0-0 0-0 5 6 2 0 0 28 3-11 0-3 2-2 2 8 0 0 0 25 6-12 0-0 3-4 6 15 0 1 1 26 3-6 2-3 2-3 1 10 2 0 1 28 1-5 0-3 2-2 2 4 1 1 2 30 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 3 0 0 1 13 5-11 0-0 1-1 11 11 1 2 0 26 1-2 0-1 2-2 1 4 3 0 1 24

Score by Periods SUU ORU

1H 25 31

2H 30 30

TOT 55 61

Record 4-4 (0-1) 6-2 (1-0)

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ORU Player Roundtree Morrison Craion Pearson Niles Lliteras Bell-Holter Manghum

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 2-7 0-0 4-6 6 8 2 0 2 26 7-18 0-4 6-7 6 20 2 1 1 40 4-8 0-0 0-0 3 8 2 0 3 26 0-1 0-0 1-2 1 1 1 0 1 15 0-6 0-2 0-0 3 0 1 1 0 26 1-5 0-4 1-2 2 3 1 0 2 14 7-11 0-2 2-2 4 16 1 1 0 28 1-4 1-3 0-0 1 3 1 0 0 25

OU Player Fitzgerald Osby Grooms Pledger Clark Franklin Washington Fraschilla Blair Neal Honore Arent

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 8-17 0-0 0-0 3 16 0 1 1 31 3-4 0-1 1-2 7 7 0 2 0 21 0-3 0-1 2-2 4 2 5 0 2 29 6-11 0-2 5-5 3 17 3 0 2 31 5-8 2-2 4-6 8 16 2 0 0 30 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ 3-4 0-0 2-2 6 8 1 0 0 17 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ 1-1 0-0 0-1 0 2 3 0 0 13 1-1 1-1 2-2 3 5 1 0 2 19 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0-3 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 6

Score by Periods ORU OU

1H 2H TOT 24 35 59 34 39 73

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2011-12 Game Box Scores December 14, 2011 • Spokane, Wash. (McCarthey Athletic Center)

December 18, 2011 • Cincinnati, Ohio (Cintas Center)

SPOKANE, Wash.- Despite giving up a 17-2 run over an eight-minute stretch to end the first half, Oral Roberts (7-4) found themselves down just two with less than four minutes to go, but Gonzaga (6-2) was able to hold on for the 6761 victory in the 100th game played inside the McArthey Athletic Center. “I thought we lost the game in the last eight minutes of the first half,” said Head Coach Scott Sutton. “We had a 27-20 lead and the ball and we just got rattled and lost our composure. Five of our nine turnovers came during that span, we didn’t block out on free throws and didn’t get back in transition and instead of going into halftime with a lead, we were playing catch up. I’m proud of my guys for battling. I really thought we competed tonight against a very good basketball team.” Damen Bell-Holter led the Golden Eagles with 16 points, while Michael Craion and Dominique Morrison each chipped in 13 points. Morrison also had a season-high nine rebounds to lead ORU. ORU turned the ball over just nine times, the lowest total of the season since having the same number in a victory over Austin Peay at home. Kevin Pangos led the Bulldogs with 14 points, while Elias Harris and Sam Dower each had 12. Robert Sacre had nine points and tied with Harris for team-high honors with 10 rebounds. Gonzaga turned the ball over 17 times, thanks in part to nine ORU steals. A game of runs in the first half, each team had a chance to put the other away. Gonzaga starting things with a 10-0 run to take an early 17-9 lead. Trailing 18-11, ORU went on a 16-2 run—scoring 11 straight at one point—to reclaim the lead at 27-20 with 6:22 left in the first half. A pair of big threes, one by Mike Hart—his first of the season—and one by Gary Bell, Jr., kept ORU at a distance forcing ORU to foul down the stretch and allowing Gonzaga to extend the lead to six.

CINCINNATI, Ohio- Oral Roberts had 13 steals and held Xavier to just one three-pointer en route to a 64-42 victory Sunday afternoon inside the Cintas Center. ORU (8-4, 1-0) gets to eight wins before Christmas for just the fourth time in school history, and handed eighthranked Xavier (8-1) its first loss of the season. The victory also gave ORU a victory over a top-10 team for the second time in the past five years after taking down No. 3 Kansas 78-71 on November 15, 2006. It was the worst loss for Xavier inside the Cintas Center, which opened for the 2000-01 season, and the worst home loss for the Musketeers since January 23, 2000. The 13 steals were one off a season-high for the team (14 vs. ArkansasPine Bluff), and ORU was led by Steven Roundtree, who had five takeaways. Michael Craion added three steals, while Damen Bell-Holter added three blocks to the team defense. Offensively, Dominique Morrison led the way with 19 points, while Warren Niles hit two of his first three 3-point attempts to finish with 15 points. Roundtree had 12 points and a team-high eight rebounds. Travis Taylor led a short-handed Xavier team with 11 points and nine rebounds, while Dee Davis had 10 points. Kenny Frease, the leading scorer in the lineup was held in check with just four points and four turnovers on a 2-of-9 shooting effort. Trailing by one at the 15:33 mark in the first half, ORU exploded out of the break with a 12-2 run to open up a 16-7 lead. Up 21-14, Niles sparked another rally with five-straight points. Roundtree made it seven straight for the Golden Eagles on a thunderous dunk off a missed shot, and Morrison finished off the 10-0 spurt with another 3-pointer, making it 31-14. ORU also shot 50 percent (5-10) from three and 45.2 percent (14-31) overall in the first half. It was the third time this season in which ORU has held an opponent under 20 points in the first half (Arkansas-Pine Bluff 15, SMU 17). The Golden Eagles cruised home from there, taking the 64-42 victory over the No. 8 Musketeers.

ORU 58, UALR 55

Gonzaga 67, ORU 61

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 6-13 2-6 6-7 3 20 5 0 1 36 1-3 0-2 2-2 1 4 1 0 0 18 3-9 1-1 5-8 11 12 3 4 0 36 5-12 1-3 0-1 6 11 2 3 1 40 3-7 0-0 1-2 10 7 0 2 1 31 0-2 0-2 0-2 1 0 0 0 0 9 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0 0 13 1-3 0-1 0-0 3 2 1 0 0 17

Score by Periods ORU UALR

3FG-A 0-0 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-0 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

FT-A 2-4 0-0 0-2 2-2 2-2 1-2 5-5 0-0 0-0 0-2

RB 8 3 4 3 0 4 1 0 0 5

TP A B S MIN 6 2 0 0 30 0 0 0 0 14 6 0 2 0 21 22 2 0 4 40 2 1 0 0 9 4 1 0 1 28 13 2 0 4 31 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 5 0 1 1 0 13

1H 2H TOT 24 34 58 32 23 55

Record 7-3 3-8

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 4-12 1-2 4-4 9 13 2 0 1 38 5-9 0-0 3-4 3 13 0 0 3 33 7-14 1-1 1-3 5 16 0 0 2 38 3-9 1-4 0-1 4 7 4 0 1 32 3-10 2-6 0-0 2 8 1 0 2 30 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 8 2-5 0-1 0-1 2 4 0 0 0 13 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 8

GONZAGA Player Harris Hart Sacre Pangos Bell Carter Stockton Spangler Moeninghoff Dower

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 5-7 2-3 0-0 10 12 0 1 1 27 1-2 1-1 0-0 1 3 2 0 0 13 3-6 0-0 3-4 10 9 0 2 0 23 2-9 2-8 8-8 1 14 7 0 1 31 2-5 2-5 0-1 4 6 2 0 1 37 1-4 0-2 3-4 4 5 1 0 0 18 1-3 0-2 0-2 0 2 5 1 1 20 2-2 0-0 0-0 3 4 0 0 0 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 6-7 0-0 0-0 4 12 0 0 0 20

Score by Periods ORU GONZAGA

1H 2H TOT 29 32 61 37 30 67

Record 7-4 6-2

ORU Player Morrison Craion Bell-Holter Pearson Niles Aery Lliteras Roundtree Manghum

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 7-10 5-8 0-0 4 19 4 1 1 34 2-6 0-0 1-2 3 5 0 0 3 22 4-11 0-1 0-0 7 8 2 3 0 29 1-4 0-1 0-0 3 2 2 0 2 30 5-10 2-7 3-3 3 15 7 0 0 33 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1-4 0-2 1-1 0 3 0 0 1 15 5-10 0-0 2-5 8 12 2 0 5 29 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 5

XAVIER Player Taylor Walker Frease Davis Redford Martin Robinson McKenzie

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 5-13 0-0 1-1 9 11 0 1 0 24 2-7 0-0 2-4 7 6 3 1 0 36 2-9 0-0 0-0 5 4 0 2 0 27 3-9 0-5 4-6 3 10 6 0 2 34 1-6 0-5 0-0 2 2 2 0 0 35 2-3 1-1 0-0 3 5 0 1 0 20 2-4 0-0 0-0 3 4 0 0 0 19 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 5

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1H 2H TOT 36 28 64 19 23 42

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December 12, 2011 • Little Rock, Ark. (Jack Stephens Center) LITTLE ROCK, Ark.-Oral Roberts scored five points in 3.6 seconds, including a long buzzerbeater from Damen Bell-Holter to come from behind and beat Arkansas-Little Rock, 58-55 inside the Jack Stephens Center on Monday night. ORU improves to 7-3 on the season while UALR falls to 3-8. Going for the steal on an inbounds play with 3.6 seconds to play, Warren Niles drew a foul, hitting both free throws to tie the game at 55-55. With a desperation heave to set up a shot to win the game for UALR, things turned on a dime as Bell-Holter intercepted the pass, took a dribble, spun and launched a line drive from three-quarters court, banking it in to give ORU the victory. “I think Dominique (Morrison) said it best when he said the basketball gods owed us one after what happened against Texas-San Antonio,” said Coach Scott Sutton. “We probably didn’t deserve to win that game but sometimes you find a way to win anyway. We have a great saying on our court ‘Expect a Miracle’ and that is certainly what it was.” Roderick Pearson led the team with 20 points, tying a career high. It was the second time in two years that he has led the team in scoring, tying with Warren Niles and Bell-Holter with 18 points on February 5, 2011 against North Dakota State. Bell-Holter had 12 points and a team-high 11 rebounds in his first start of the season. Dominique Morrison had 11 points, while Michael Craion had seven points but 10 rebounds, including four offensive boards. The Golden Eagles shot just 40 percent for the game and committed 16 turnovers, but only five in the second half as they mounted their comeback. ORU did have a season-high nine blocks, the most since swatting 10 at UMKC on February 27, 2010. D’Andre Williams led UALR with 22 points while Chuck Guy added 13. The Trojans shot 41 percent as a team and had nine steals in the game. A Tramar Sutherland free throw made it a two point game and Morrison’s jumper rimmed out, as did Niles’ tip-in-attempt and it looked like missed opportunities would cost ORU again. They would not as Niles and Bell-Holter scored five-straight in the final 3.6 seconds to win the game.

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2011-12 Game Box Scores Game 13 vs. Texas Tech

Game 14 at UMKC

Game 15 at South Dakota

December 22, 2011 • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center)

December 28, 2011 • Kansas City, Mo. (Swinney Rec. Center)

December 30, 2011 • Vermillion, S.D. (DakotaDome)

TULSA, Okla.-ORU took the lead with 14:10 to go in the first half and never relinquished it as they downed Texas Tech 72-56 Thursday night in front of 8,064 fans inside the Mabee Center. It was the largest home crowd for ORU since the Tulsa game on January 20, 2010 when the Mabee Center held 9,303 fans. ORU (9-4, 1-0) scored 72 points for the first time since November 22 against Florida International and became just the third program in school history to win at least nine games before Christmas (1969-70, 1989-90). On the defensive side, the Golden Eagles held a team below 60 for the third time in the last four games. “I’m obviously happy that we won the game,” said Coach Scott Sutton. “I thought we played really well, especially in the first half. Second half, I give Texas Tech a lot of credit. One thing about Billy (Gillispie’s) teams is that they are never going to give up, they are going to keep playing hard and playing tough and I think we all saw that in the second half. Any time you can beat; number one a Big 12 team and number two a Billy Gillispie team you have to be pretty happy about it.” Despite getting out-shot for the game, ORU held as large as a 20-point lead late in the game as Warren Niles and Dominique Morrison put the game out of reach. Niles finished 4-for-6 from 3-point range en route to 16 points, while Morrison had eight-straight points down the stretch and led all scorers with 26 points, his fourth 20-point game of the season. Damen Bell-Holter continued to control the paint with 11 points and 10 rebounds for his third double-double of the year. Texas Tech, who shot 50 percent (23-46) for the game to ORU’s 44 percent (20-45), was led by Jordan Tolbert, who dropped 21 points and had nine rebounds. Robert Lewandowski added 10 points. The Red Raiders ended the game with a 29-25 rebounding advantage, but it was the 22 points off turnovers, most of which came in the first half, that pushed ORU past the Big 12 opponent. ORU also got to the free throw line 32 times, converting 23 of the trips, the most free throws made and attempted this season.

KANSAS CITY, Mo.-The three active Kansas City players on the Oral Roberts roster combined to score 50 of the teams 72 points and had 26 of 41 ORU rebounds in a 72-65 victory over UMKC in front of 1,504 fans, Wednesday night at the Swinney Rec Center. ORU (10-4, 2-0) shot 51 percent for the game, despite going 0-11 from 3-point range. K.C. native Dominique Morrison led all scorers with 28 points, just off his season-best 30-point effort against SMU, adding nine rebounds as well. Michael Craion—also from Kansas City—had a career-best 16 rebounds and 14 points for his second double-double of the season. The third K.C. player, Roderick Pearson, added eight points and three assists on the night. The Golden Eagles got to the free throw line 26 times and hit 22 of them (84.6 percent). It was the third time to shoot better than 80 percent from the line this season, and the fourth time they have made at least 22, doing so in back-to-back games with 23 made free throws against Texas Tech. UMKC (7-8, 1-2) hit 10 3-pointers in the game, led by Reggie Chamberlain’s four treys. Chamberlain led the team with 17 points, while Thomas Staton had 15 points and four steals. Estan Tyler and Kirk Korver each had 10 points in the losing effort. The Kangaroos converted 19 ORU turnovers into 17 points, and not surprisingly with the zero-spot from behind the arc, ORU had a 34-22 advantage in the paint. ORU shot 57.7 percent (15-26) from the field in the first half, despite going 0-7 from 3-point range. It was the highest first half percentage since hitting 62 percent in the first half against UTSA. Free throws helped ORU salt away the game as the Golden Eagles won their second-straight road game and first conference game on the road this season.

VERMILLION, S.D.-Led by Dominique Morrison’s 27 points and Roderick Pearson’s 12 assists, Oral Roberts (11-4, 3-0) led by as many as 18 and held on to beat South Dakota (5-8, 0-4) by a score of 79-67, Friday night in front of 1,689 fans at the DakotaDome. The 12 assists doubled Pearson’s career high, previously at six, and tied him for 10th in the single-game record books. Morrison hit the 20-point mark for the third-consecutive game and sixth time this season. Warren Niles and Steven Roundtree each had 16 points in the contest. The Golden Eagles had 25 assists on 30 field goals, and had just 11 turnovers. ORU shot a sizzling 53.6 percent for the game, including 10-19 from the 3-point line, after not hitting a 3-pointer in the previous game against UMKC. It is the second-straight game in which ORU has topped 50 percent from the field. It was the second-best shooting percentage this season, only behind the 55 percent posted against FIU. Allen Saint-Gelais led the Coyotes with 20 points, hitting 8-of-11 shots on the night, while Louie Krogman has 14. South Dakota had six steals and converted 10 fast break points, and got to the line 17 times, hitting 15 of them. ORU managed to get to the line just 14 times and hit nine, marking the first time since Gonzaga that an opponent got to the free throw line more than ORU. “I’m happy we won, and any time you win a road game at a conference place you have to be happy,” said Head Coach Scott Sutton. “I’m not pleased with how we gave up the big lead. That’s been a recurring theme for us and it’s really disappointing. You have to give South Dakota credit, they hit some shots and got back in the game, but we haven’t been able to put teams away and it could cost us.”

ORU 72, Texas Tech 56

ORU 72, UMKC 65

TTU Player FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN Lewandowski 5-7 0-0 0-0 6 10 1 0 0 24 Tolbert 9-13 0-0 3-5 9 21 1 1 0 27 Willis 3-6 1-3 0-0 1 7 2 0 0 32 Wagner 2-5 0-0 0-0 2 4 5 0 1 39 Adams 0-1 0-0 4-6 1 4 4 0 1 17 Petteway 0-3 0-2 0-0 3 0 0 0 0 12 Minnis 1-6 0-2 0-0 5 2 1 0 1 22 Crockett 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 7 Lammert 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 1 4 Nash 2-4 0-0 2-4 0 6 0 0 0 16 ORU Player Morrison Craion Bell-Holter Pearson Niles Aery Lliteras Roundtree Manghum

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 7-11 3-5 9-12 1 26 2 0 3 36 2-3 0-0 2-4 1 6 1 1 2 20 3-8 1-3 4-4 10 11 1 1 0 37 1-6 0-2 4-6 4 6 4 0 1 35 6-10 4-6 0-0 13 16 1 0 2 34 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-3 0-1 1-2 2 1 1 0 1 16 0-2 0-0 3-4 2 3 1 0 0 17 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 3 0 0 0 4

Score by Periods TTU ORU

1H 2H TOT 20 36 56 37 35 72

Record 5-5 9-4

ORU 79, South Dakota 67

ORU Player Morrison Craion Bell-Holter Pearson Niles Lliteras Roundtree Manghum

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 7-13 0-2 14-15 9 28 1 0 0 39 6-8 0-0 2-4 16 14 0 3 1 29 2-5 0-0 0-0 4 4 4 0 0 23 4-8 0-2 0-0 1 8 3 0 0 34 2-8 0-6 4-4 3 8 1 0 0 31 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 6 4-6 0-0 1-1 5 9 2 0 2 23 0-1 0-1 1-2 1 1 0 0 1 15

UMKC Player Staton Chatmon Korver Rogers Chamberlain Gholston Tyler Dibble

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 6-10 0-1 3-5 5 15 1 1 4 31 1-4 0-0 0-0 2 2 0 0 0 10 3-12 2-9 2-2 2 10 2 0 1 34 1-3 1-2 0-2 1 3 2 0 5 20 4-13 4-10 5-6 0 17 3 0 1 38 1-4 1-3 0-0 0 3 0 0 0 17 3-7 1-3 3-4 3 10 5 0 0 30 2-3 1-2 0-1 0 5 3 0 2 20

Score by Periods ORU UMKC

1H 40 28

2H 32 37

TOT 72 65

Record 10-4 (2-0) 7-8 (1-2)

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ORU Player FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN Pearson 2-5 1-1 0-0 3 5 12 0 1 32 Niles 7-15 2-7 0-0 5 16 4 0 0 32 Bell-Holter 2-5 0-0 0-0 3 4 3 0 1 22 Morrison 10-15 5-8 2-3 4 27 3 0 0 38 Craion 2-3 0-0 1-2 3 5 0 0 0 18 Lliteras 2-3 2-2 0-0 2 6 0 0 0 11 Roundtree 5-9 0-0 6-7 3 16 1 0 2 32 Manghum 0-1 0-1 0-2 0 0 2 0 1 15 USD Player Westbrook Krogman Bos Andreotti Gruis Boots Tecker Hilliard Bartling Saint-Gelais

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 3-10 0-3 4-4 1 10 3 0 1 25 5-8 1-3 3-3 6 14 3 0 2 35 2-6 2-3 2-2 1 8 1 0 0 19 1-3 0-0 0-0 9 2 1 3 0 31 2-5 0-0 3-4 4 7 0 0 2 16 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 4 0 0 17 2-3 1-1 1-1 5 6 2 0 1 21 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 6 8-11 2-2 2-3 1 20 0 1 0 27

Score by Periods ORU USD

1H 44 30

2H 35 37

TOT 79 67

Record 11-4 (3-0) 5-8 (0-4)

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2011-12 Game Box Scores January 5, 2012 • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center)

January 7, 2012 • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center)

ROCHESTER, Mich.-Oral Roberts hit 11 3-pointers and scored a season-high 89 points as they beat Oakland 89-80 inside the Athletics Center O’rena Tuesday night. It was the first win for ORU (12-4, 4-0) against Oakland (8-9, 2-3) since January 10, 2009 and the first win in Rochester since the previous year, January 12, 2008. The victory also snapped Oakland’s 31-game home conference win streak. For the first time this season, ORU had five players finish in double-figures as ORU topped 80-points for the first time this year. The Golden Eagles shot 77.8 percent in the second half, hitting 21-of -27 shots to finish the game at 66.7 percent for the game. It was the highest field goal percentage on record since hitting 69.3 percent (45-65) against Butler on January 20, 1984. ORU has now shot at least 50 percent from the field in six of the last seven halves of play. Of the five Golden Eagles in double figures, four had at least 16 points with Dominique Morrison leading the way with his fourth consecutive 20-point game. Roderick Pearson hit all six free throws and scoring 17 points to go with his eight assists, giving him 20 assists in the last two games. Warren Niles and Steven Roundtree each missed just two shots on the night, scoring 16 points. Michael Craion added 10 points and a teamhigh three blocks as ORU tied the season-high with nine blocks in the game. “It was a great win,” said Coach Scott Sutton.“It was a great win for our program and a great win for our team considering we’ve been on the road eight-straight days and played three games in a row on the road. To come out with the energy that we did I think was pretty impressive.” For Oakland it was Reggie Hamilton who led the way with 28 points, scoring 26 of those in the second half. The Grizzlies shot 45.6 percent for the game and had 11 steals on 18 ORU turnovers. Travis Bader (16), Drew Valentine (14) and Corey Petros (10) also scored double-digits for OU. ORU hit seven of the first eight shots of the second half to extend the lead to 19 midway through the second half. An 8-of-8 mark from 3-point range to start the second half also helped ORU continue to put distance between them and Oakland, leading 63-44 after back-to-back Mikey Manghum threes.

TULSA, Okla.-Despite a 67 percent effort from the floor by North Dakota State, it was Oral Roberts who was victorious Thursday night at the Mabee Center, taking advantage of NDSU turnovers and using offensive rebounds for the 89-80 victory. ORU (13-4, 5-0) had a 22-10 advantage in points off turnovers and a 23-4 advantage in second-chance points, which helped them hold off a second-half charge by NDSU (10-4, 3-2), who shot 78.3 percent (18-23) in the second half. Damen Bell-Holter’s fourth double-double of the year spurred ORU, as he scored 20 points and had 10 rebounds for the Golden Eagles. Dominique Morrison had 24 points—his fifth-straight 20-point effort—while Michael Craion added 14 points and Warren Niles added a pair of three’s and 12 points. Roderick Pearson had a team-high three steals and seven assists. Taylor Braun led all scorers with 25 points, including 15 of his team’s first 29 points. Alexander Lawrence converted 7-of-9 trips to the free throw line and had 16 points, while TrayVonn Wright (12) and Marshall Bjorklund (10) also hit double-figures in scoring, each also tallying a teamhigh six rebounds. With the victory, ORU has the best record to start the season since 2004-05, when the Golden Eagles started out 15-4. ORU has now scored 89 points in each of the last two games and has shot 50 percent or better for the game—51.7 percent tonight—in each of the last three games. “If you enjoy college basketball that was a great game to watch,” said Coach Scott Sutton. “That was a crazy, crazy game. I’ve been around the game all my life and I’m not sure I have seen anything like it. At one point they had hit 16 of their 18 shots and had only out-scored us by two points in the second half. When you let a team shoot like that you think you are getting blown out. Offensively, I thought we were really good.We took care of the basketball, we got the ball inside and we made shots.”

TULSA, Okla.-Behind Dominique Morrison’s career-high 38 points, Oral Roberts (14-4, 6-0) was able to run away with a 97-75 victory over South Dakota State (13-5, 5-1), Saturday night in front of 3,725 fans inside the Mabee Center. The only two remaining unbeatens in the Summit League, ORU handed the Jackrabbits their first conference loss, doing so with the largest margin of victory in a conference game since beating Centenary by 31 (87-56) on January 23, 2010. The 97 points scored by ORU was a season high, marking the first time this year in which they have scored more than 90 points. Morrison led all scorers with 38 points, going 5-of-8 from the 3-point line and 11-for-15 overall. He also converted all 11 trips to the free throw line and had seven rebounds. Steven Roundtree had 17 points and seven rebounds, while Warren Niles and Michael Craion each added 15 points. Nate Wolters, who entered the game fifth nationally in scoring at 22.8 points per game for SDSU, was right on his mark with 22, only eight of which came in the second half. Tony Fiegen added 11 points and Jordan Dykstra, Griffan Callahan and Chad White each had 10 for the Jackrabbits. The Golden Eagles held a 31-21 advantage on the glass, and dominated the points in the paint (40-22), points off turnovers (16-6) and secondchance points (12-3). ORU turned the ball over just six times, and not once in the second half, while notching seven steals on 10 SDSU turnovers. ORU continued its streak of hitting more than half their shots, shooting 60 percent for the game—67.7 percent (21-31) in the second half—and hit 10 of 21three-point attempts, the third time in four games they have hit at least 10 treys. “The game is a lot easier when you make 3-pointers and we’ve done that the last four games,” said Coach Scott Sutton. “This stretch of games we just had with five games in 11 days, three on the road, and to be able to come back and play against two excellent teams on Thursday night (NDSU) and Saturday night (SDSU), and have the energy to play and shoot the ball, our strength coach Adam Hermann deserves a lot of credit for that.”

ORU 89, Oakland 80

ORU 89, North Dakota State 80

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 7-11 6-8 0-0 2 20 2 1 2 35 4-6 0-0 2-3 9 10 2 3 0 27 1-5 0-0 0-0 5 2 2 2 0 22 5-7 1-2 6-6 4 17 8 1 0 32 7-9 2-3 0-0 3 16 0 0 0 32 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 3 0 0 9 8-10 0-0 0-2 6 16 3 2 0 30 2-2 2-2 2-2 0 8 1 0 0 13

OU Player Valentine Petros Bader Lucas-Perry Hamilton Williams Bass Sikora

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 5-11 0-2 4-4 6 14 1 1 2 40 5-8 0-0 0-6 5 10 0 1 1 38 6-13 3-6 1-1 1 16 1 0 0 30 2-8 0-3 0-0 3 4 0 0 2 29 9-20 4-9 6-6 2 28 5 0 6 35 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0 0 8 3-7 0-1 0-0 3 6 5 1 0 16 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1H 32 26

2H 57 54

TOT 89 80

Officials: Tom O’Neill, Mark Whitehead, Terry Wymer

Record 12-4 (4-0) 8-9 (2-3)

FG-A 5-8 5-8 2-3 5-8 10-14 2-2 0-0 0-0 3-3

ORU Player Bell-Holter Morrison Craion Pearson Niles Lliteras Roundtree Manghum

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 7-15 2-4 4-4 10 20 2 0 0 31 6-14 4-5 8-8 5 24 0 0 2 38 6-10 0-0 2-4 3 14 3 0 0 28 3-4 0-0 1-2 2 7 7 0 3 29 4-9 2-6 2-2 4 12 1 0 1 34 1-2 1-1 2-2 1 5 1 0 0 8 3-4 0-0 1-1 0 7 0 0 0 22 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 10

Score by Periods NDSU ORU

3FG-A 2-2 0-0 1-2 1-2 2-3 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

1H 31 38

FT-A 0-0 0-2 0-0 7-9 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

2H 49 51

RB 6 6 0 2 3 2 0 0 3

TOT 80 89

TP A B S MIN 12 2 0 1 35 10 1 2 2 22 5 0 0 0 20 16 7 1 0 40 25 2 0 3 36 6 0 0 0 24 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 6 1 1 0 18

Record 10-4 (3-2) 13-4 (5-0)

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ORU 97, South Dakota State 75 SDSU Player Fiegen Dykstra Wolters Carlson Callahan Prince Monaghan Horstman White Heemstra

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 5-8 0-0 1-2 2 11 1 0 0 38 4-6 2-3 0-0 4 10 1 0 0 26 9-22 0-3 4-4 2 22 6 0 0 38 2-4 1-3 0-1 3 5 1 0 1 24 3-5 3-5 1-2 2 10 2 0 0 28 2-2 0-0 0-0 2 4 0 0 1 8 1-1 1-1 0-0 1 3 0 0 0 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 5 4-6 2-3 0-0 3 10 3 0 0 27 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3

ORU Player FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN Bell-Holter 1-5 0-0 0-0 3 2 0 0 0 15 Morrison 11-15 5-8 11-11 7 38 2 0 1 36 Craion 7-10 0-0 1-1 7 15 3 1 0 30 Pearson 3-5 1-2 0-0 1 7 3 0 2 32 Niles 6-11 3-7 0-0 3 15 6 0 1 30 Aery 1-2 1-2 0-0 0 3 0 0 0 3 Lliteras 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 0 3 0 0 12 Roundtree 8-11 0-1 1-2 7 17 2 0 3 32 Manghum 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 10 Score by Periods SDSU ORU

1H 37 44

2H 38 53

TOT 75 97

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2011-12 Game Box Scores Game 19 at Western Illinois

Game 20 at IUPUI

Game 21 vs. IPFW

January 12, 2012 • Macomb, Ill. (Western Hall)

January 14, 2012 • Indianapolis, Ind. (The Jungle)

January 19, 2012 • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center)

MACOMB, Ill.-A free throw by Dominique Morrison with 1.4 to go in the second overtime proved the difference as Oral Roberts prevailed 71-70 over Western Illinois, Thursday night. The victory moved ORU to 15-4 with a perfect 7-0 mark in the Summit League, while Western Illinois had its three-game winning streak snapped, falling to 9-6, 4-3 in the conference. Morrison finished the game with 27 points, marking the seventh straight game with at least 20 points, and the fifth time in that stretch with at least 26. Steven Roundtree added 12 points and eight rebounds, while Michael Craion had 10 for ORU, who dipped below the 50 percent mark for the game for the first time since Texas Tech on December 22, ending a five-game streak. It was the first double overtime game for ORU since falling 104-96 at home to IUPUI on February 5, 2004. The 41.8 percent (23-55) effort by ORU was the lowest since facing Gonzaga on the road (40 percent).The 71 points were also the fewest since scoring 64 against Xavier. Edmond-native Obi Emegano had a team-high 17 points on 5-of-5 shooting to lead the Leathernecks, who put four players in double figures. Terrell Parks had 16 points, while Ceola Clark and David Gebru each added 11. WIU also held a 34-31 rebounding edge, the second time in five games in which ORU has been beat on the glass. “I just told our guys that to win a League championship you are going to have some games like this where you don’t play very well but you tough it out and find a way to win,” said Coach Scott Sutton. “I’m looking at the stats and it’s hard to believe we won the game. I’m proud of our guys. We didn’t play our A game today but give Western credit, that’s a very good basketball team, a very good defensive team.” After Tyler made a pair of free throws with 10 seconds to go in the game, ORU thought they would have the final shot for the win. Driving in the lane, Morrison was stripped of the ball and Clark’s layup at the buzzer rimmed out, sending ORU to overtime for the first time this season. The second overtime seemed to be the opposite from the first as the Leathernecks seemed to hold the lead, making ORU tie them with each basket. Morrison did just that with 1:12 to go, grabbing a big offensive rebound on the other end to give ORU the last shot. Morrison took the shot but was fouled in the process with 1.4 seconds to go in the second overtime, sending him to the line.

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.-A late 15-0 run helped Oral Roberts distance themselves from IUPUI for an 81-71 victory, Saturday night, spoiling homecoming for the crowd of 1,215 inside The Jungle. ORU improves to 16-4 on the season with an 8-0 mark in the Summit League, while IUPUI fell to 8-12 with a 2-6 conference mark. Trailing 63-60 after an alley-oop dunk by Alex Young with 7:40 to go, ORU immediately responded with a fast-break layup by Warren Niles, which prompted a 15-0 run as the Golden Eagles held IUPUI scoreless for the next 5:33 of the game to take a 75-63 lead. It would be the largest lead for either team in a game that had 18 ties and 16 lead changes. Niles led ORU with a season-high 23 points, including a career-high 1011 from the free throw line. Michael Craion and Damen Bell-Holter each had 18 points, with Craion recording a game-high 10 rebounds for his 11th career double-double. Dominique Morrison’s streak of seven consecutive games with at least 20 points came to an end, but the senior scored 12 points to make it 12 games in a row in double figures. Preseason Summit League Player of the Year Alex Young had a game high 27 points, connecting on 11 of his 27 shot attempts, while Ian Chiles had 10 points. ORU dominated the boards with a season high 42 rebounds, but IUPUI’s 42 points in the paint and 15-3 points off turnovers advantage helped keep the Jaguars in the game as they forced 12 ORU turnovers but had just three in the game. “To be honest we didn’t play well the first 30 minutes or so, especially our defense. I thought the last six or seven minutes we played like a championship team,” said Coach Scott Sutton.“It was a hard-fought win for sure. IUPUI battled, you could tell their backs were against the wall and they needed to win desperately. We are happy to get out of here with a win and be 8-0 in the conference.”

TULSA, Okla.-The Oral Roberts defense stiffened in the second half, limiting IPFW to just 10 points in nearly 12 minutes of action, coming from behind to take a 65-54 victory on Thursday night in front of 3,583 fans at the Mabee Center. For the just the seventh time this season, but the third game in a row, ORU (17-4, 9-0) did not hold the lead at halftime after Frank Gaines’ layup with under a minute left gave IPFW (9-9, 3-6) the 31-29 advantage at halftime. Dominique Morrison led all scorers with 27 points, including 21 in the second half, doing so on just 15 shots, while Michael Craion added 10 points for ORU, who only had two players in double figures for the first time since December 28 against UMKC. Each also had a team-high five rebounds as ORU was beat on the boards 37-28, the largest rebounding margin for an ORU opponent since Gonzaga grabbed 15 more rebounds than the Golden Eagles on December 15. Gaines led IPFW with 17 points, while Trey McCorkle added 11 as the Mastodons shot just 40 percent and were held to a season low 54 points. ORU also took advantage of 18 turnovers by IPFW—11 of which came in the second half—turning them into 25 points off turnovers. The Mastodons held a 26-18 advantage in the paint, and a 16-5 lead in second chance points, but suffered their fourth straight loss. ORU fell behind early as they turned the ball over four times in the first nine minutes of the game, shooting just 30 percent from the field during that stretch as IPFW took an 18-8 lead. Once ORU found a rhythm offensively, they posted an 18-4 run to take a 26-22 lead. In the closing minutes of the first half, IPFW used a spurt of their own, out-scoring ORU 9-3 to take a 31-29 lead into the break. With solid defense and a 15-3 run in the second half, ORU took the lead for good, moving it out to a 47-38 advantage. Behind Morrison’s 21 second half points, ORU continued to pull away, leading by as many as 15 at 60-45. The two teams traded baskets the rest of the way and ORU was able to take the 11-point victory.

ORU 71, Western Illinois 70 (2 OT)

ORU 81, IUPUI 71

ORU 65, IPFW 54

ORU Player FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN Morrison 9-17 0-2 9-11 6 27 1 0 2 50 Craion 4-10 0-0 2-2 1 10 0 1 1 27 Bell-Holter 0-2 0-1 4-4 1 4 1 0 0 19 Pearson 2-7 0-2 0-0 5 4 4 0 1 46 Niles 3-8 1-5 2-2 7 9 3 1 3 488 Lliteras 1-1 1-1 2-2 1 5 0 0 1 9 Roundtree 4-9 0-0 4-5 8 12 2 1 0 43 Manghumb 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 8

ORU Player Morrison Craion Bell-Holter Pearson Niles Lliteras Roundtree Manghum

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 4-11 2-23 2-2 4 12 1 0 0 34 6-7 0-0 6-10 10 18 0 0 0 31 6-10 0-0 6-7 9 18 4 0 0 31 2-7 0-3 1-2 2 5 4 0 0 31 5-9 3-5 10-11 6 23 0 1 1 37 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 8 2-4 0-0 1-3 3 5 0 0 0 17 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 3 0 1 11

WIU Player FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN Emegano 5-5 0-0 7-9 3 17 1 0 2 47 McDonald 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Parks 7-9 0-0 2-4 5 16 1 1 3 22 Tyler 2-10 0-3 4-4 5 8 3 1 0 48 Clark 3-10 1-3 4-6 2 11 10 1 4 42 Roberts-Burnett 2-4 0-0 0-0 2 4 0 0 0 17 Houpt 1-7 1-4 0-0 3 3 0 0 0 38 Gebru 5-8 0-0 1-1 4 11 1 3 0 29 McAvoy 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 4

IUPUI Player Gaines Young Sikam Thomas Chiles Shanklin Barksdale Gibbs Patton

FG-A 2-3 11-27 2-5 4-8 4-13 0-0 0-0 4-5 4-5

Score by Periods ORU WIU

Score by Periods ORU IUPUI

1H 2H 1OT 2OT TOT Record 23 26 11 11 71 15-4 (7-0) 28 21 11 10 70 9-6 (4-3)

Officials: Bo Boroski, Kelly Self, Gerald Williams

Attendance: 1,029

3FG-A 0-0 1-6 0-0 0-1 0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

1H 36 36

FT-A 2-2 4-6 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0

2H 45 35

RB 3 5 5 0 4 0 3 5 2

TOT 81 71

TP A B S MIN 6 1 0 0 22 27 2 2 4 39 4 0 0 0 19 8 4 0 1 35 10 3 3 1 37 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 17 8 0 0 0 21 8 0 0 0 8 Record 16-4 (8-0) 8-12 (2-6)

Officials: Jeff Campbell, Larry Scirotto, Todd Von Sossan Attendance: 1,215

IPFW Player Peckinpaugh McCorkle Marlin Gaines Boyd Smeathers McCray Jordan Hiles Kibiloski Edwards

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 1-5 0-2 0-0 5 2 2 0 0 29 5-9 0-0 1-2 5 11 1 0 0 25 0-2 0-0 2-2 2 2 2 0 1 30 6-10 0-2 5-6 7 17 0 0 2 34 3-9 0-0 2-2 4 8 1 0 1 24 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 7 1-4 1-2 1-2 5 4 3 0 0 9 2-3 0-0 0-1 1 4 3 0 0 8 2-5 1-3 1-2 1 6 0 0 1 21 0-1 0-0 0-1 1 0 0 0 0 11

ORU Player Bell-Holter Morrison Craion Pearson Niles Lliteras Roundtree Manghum

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 2-7 0-0 3-6 4 7 1 1 1 28 8-15 3-7 8-9 5 27 0 2 1 38 4-7 0-0 2-4 5 10 1 0 1 30 2-5 0-1 0-2 1 4 2 0 0 25 2-6 1-5 0-0 4 5 5 0 3 35 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1-2 0-0 5-6 4 7 4 1 2 23 2-4 1-3 0-0 0 5 2 0 1 17

Score by Periods IPFW ORU

1H 31 29

2H 23 36

TOT 54 65

Officials: Mike Sanzere, Gerry Pollard, Hal Lusk

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2011-12 Game Box Scores January 26, 2012 • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center)

January 28, 2012 • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center)

TULSA, Okla.-Both teams shot better than 55 percent and combined for 25 3-pointers, but Oral Roberts emerged victorious, taking down Oakland 93-86 in front of a Mabee Center crowd of 9,005. It was the largest home crowd of the season, and second this season only to the 9,678 who watch ORU take down then eighth-ranked Xavier. With the victory, ORU (18-4, 10-0) has won its 17th regular season conference game in a row, the second longest streak in Summit League history, only to Oakland’s record 20 games. The Golden Eagles have also registered the regular season sweep over Oakland (11-11, 5-5), after the Grizzlies took all three meetings from ORU last year. The Golden Eagles also have 11 consecutive victories this season, tying the fourth-longest winning streak in school history at the Division I level. Warren Niles hit a career-high seven treys for ORU en route to a team and season high 28 points. Dominique Morrison added 24 points hitting both 3-point attempts, while Michael Craion had 14 points and seven rebounds. Roderick Pearson had 11 points and a game-high eight assists. Adding to the cause off the bench was Steven Roundtree, who had nine points and a game-high eight rebounds, including four offensive boards. Reggie Hamilton scored a game-high 30 points including seven of the Grizzlies’ 15 3-pointers, while Travis Bader added 17 points and Drew Valentine had 15. The 15 treys hit by the Grizzlies was one off the opponent record of 16, set by Louisville in January of 1993. OU hit 60 percent (9-15) in the first half from beyond the arc and ended the game with a 56.6 percent mark (30-53) for the game with a 53.6 percent (15-28) effort from 3-point range. ORU shot an incredible 73 percent (19-26) in the first half, the hottest half offensively since the first game against Oakland when they shot 77.8 percent (21-27) in the second half. Despite the hot-shooting, ORU found themselves down one at the break after a long 3-pointer by Hamilton. “First of all I thought that was as good of a game as I’ve ever seen in the Mabee Center and I’ve been here almost 17 years,” said Coach Scott Sutton.“I thought both teams played at such a high level, especially on the offensive end. Guys were making shots, guys were playing hard. We saw a great performance out of Reggie Hamilton. It’s a shame some of these guys don’t get the recognition nationally that they deserve like Reggie Hamilton, Nate Wolters and Dominique Morrison. You hear coaches say this but I thought it was a shame that someone had to lose. I thought both teams played well enough to win.”

TULSA, Okla.-Mikey Manghum hit six of his seven shots, including all six 3-pointers for a career-high 18 points, while Michael Craion added 18 points and 10 rebounds in Oral Roberts’ 9764 blowout win over South Dakota, Thursday night. The victory extends ORU’s home winning streak to 19, overall winning streak to 12, and regular season conference winning streak to 18, two short of tying the Summit League Record. ORU (19-4, 11-0) had five players score in double figures, with Steven Roundtree adding 17 to Manghum’s career night and Craion’s team-high 12th career double-double. Warren Niles and Dominique Morrison had 11 and 10, respectively, despite South Dakota’s (7-13, 2-9) drastic measures to keep them from scoring. “At the beginning of the game they were playing a triangle-two (defense) to take me and Warren out of the game,” said Morrison.“As a team everyone else has to step up and make shots and that’s what they did. It ended up costing them because Mikey hit six three’s and everyone else played better.” The Golden Eagles shot 34-60 (56.7 percent) for the game and held USD to just a 25-55 (45.5 percent) shooting effort, while also forcing 24 Coyote turnovers and turning those into 37 points. ORU also dominated in the paint with a 36-26 rebounding edge and a 44-24 advantage in the paint. ORU posted 21 assists in the game, with Manghum leading the charge with four. All nine players who suited up for ORU saw at least 11 minutes of action and recorded at least one assist, including three by Robert Aery, who set career highs in points (6), field goals (2) and 3-pointers (2) in the game. The 97 points matches the highest point total of the season, previously hit in a 97-75 victory against South Dakota State and is the second 90-plus game in a row. The 33-point victory is the largest in a conference game since beating UMKC by 35 (89-54) on January 22, 2009. “Very, very proud of Mikey Manghum,” said Coach Scott Sutton.“Obviously their game plan was to take Warren and Dominique out of the game and they did a pretty good job but Mikey came in and I just enjoyed watching him make shot after shot after shot. I think this is the most unselfish team we’ve had. It says a lot when you have five guys who were picked as first or second team all-league players. For those guys to be able to play together and not have any egos and not worry about who is scoring points says a lot about them. That’s a big reason we have won 12 straight games.”

TULSA, Okla.-UMKC put together a second-half run and cut a 17-point lead down to two, but Oral Roberts (20-4, 12-0) held on for the 77-67 victory, becoming just the fourth team in the country to register 20 Division I wins this season, joining Syracuse, Kentucky and Creighton. The Golden Eagles also stretched their home winning streak to 20, overall winning streak to 13 and their conference winning streak to 19, one short of tying the Summit League record (Oakland-20). The victory came in front of a Mabee Center crowd of 6,850 on Hall of Fame night as ORU inducted three new members into its Athletics Hall of Fame; Tim Gill (Men’s Basketball), Prince Mumba (Track) and Jeff Stallings (Baseball). With a 20-4 record, ORU has eclipsed the number of wins last year (1916), and reached 20 wins for the 18th time in school history and the sixth time under Coach Scott Sutton. The Golden Eagles have reached 20 wins in January for the first time since the 1990-91 season when ORU also reached 20 wins on January 28, doing so as a member of the NAIA. It is the first time in school history in which ORU has reached 20 wins in the month of January as a Division I program. After being held without a shot for the first 25 minutes of the game on Thursday night against South Dakota, Dominique Morrison scored early and often on Saturday, hitting 10 of his 14 shots, including both 3-point attempts, for a game-high 28 points. Roderick Pearson scored 13 points, 11 of which came in the second half, while Michael Craion had 11 points and a team-high five assists. Damen Bell-Holter accounted for 10 rebounds and seven points as ORU held a slight 28-23 edge on the boards. UMKC (9-15, 3-9) was led by Trinity Hall’s 17 points as the Kangaroos put four players in double figures, including Reggie Chamberlain (16), Thomas Staton (15) and Kirk Korver (13). Despite shooting 60 percent for the game, and 71 percent (5-7) from 3-point range, the Golden Eagles found themselves in a dog-fight as they turned the ball over 17 times, 10 of which came in the second half.

ORU 93, Oakland 86

ORU 97, South Dakota 64

FG-A 0-0 6-10 0-1 10-20 3-5 6-10 1-2 4-5

ORU Player Bell-Holter Morrison Craion Perason Niles Lliteras Roundtree Manghum

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 2-3 0-1 0-0 4 4 1 1 1 25 9-14 2-2 4-5 2 24 1 0 1 40 6-8 0-0 2-3 7 14 4 1 3 35 3-7 0-2 5-5 1 11 8 1 1 28 9-15 7-12 3-4 2 28 4 0 0 25 1-2 1-2 0-0 0 3 0 0 0 11 4-11 0-0 1-1 8 9 1 0 0 22 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 3 0 0 14 1H 46 45

FT-A 0-0 2-2 0-0 3-4 3-6 1-3 2-2 0-0

2H 40 48

RB 0 4 5 3 1 4 2 2

TOT 86 93

TP A B S MIN 0 1 0 0 4 15 2 1 2 34 0 0 2 0 19 30 7 0 3 38 11 3 0 1 26 17 0 0 0 35 5 0 0 0 16 8 0 0 0 28

Record 11-11 (5-5) 18-4 (10-0)

Attendance: 9,005

ORU Player Bell-Holter Morrison Craion Pearson Niles Aery Lliteras Roundtree Manghum

FG-A 1-1 0-5 5-10 10-14 3-6 2-5 2-5 0-0 1-5 0-0 1-4

3FG-A 0-0 0-3 0-0 1-1 2-4 2-4 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-3

FT-A 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-5 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-5 0-0 0-0

RB 2 0 2 6 4 1 2 0 1 1 4

TP A B S MIN 2 1 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 14 11 1 0 1 37 23 4 0 2 32 9 2 0 0 27 6 2 0 1 23 4 1 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 0+ 6 0 0 1 19 0 0 0 0 4 3 0 1 0 13

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 2-7 0-1 2-4 6 6 1 0 0 26 2-4 0-0 6-6 0 10 1 0 2 24 7-9 0-0 4-5 10 18 3 1 0 26 3-7 0-1 2-2 2 8 3 0 3 17 4-7 1-2 2-2 4 11 3 0 3 29 2-5 2-4 0-0 0 6 3 0 0 11 1-3 0-2 1-1 3 3 1 0 2 17 7-11 0-0 3-4 7 17 2 1 2 27 6-7 6-6 0-0 1 18 4 0 1 23

Score by Periods USD ORU

1H 31 51

2H 33 46

TOT 64 97

Officials: Terry Oglesby, Tim Stewart, Frank Spencer

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UMKC Player Hall Korver Kamwa Chamberlain Tyler Rogers Gholston Staton Chatmon Dibble

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 7-10 2-3 1-4 6 17 1 0 1 38 3-5 0-1 7-9 4 13 2 0 0 27 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 6 6-16 4-9 0-0 3 16 2 0 1 33 0-0 0-0 2-2 0 2 1 0 0 15 1-4 0-2 0-2 2 2 2 0 2 18 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 15 6-10 2-3 1-1 2 15 2 0 2 36 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 0 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 2

ORU Player FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN Bell-Holter 3-7 0-0 1-1 10 7 0 0 0 28 Morrison 10-14 2-2 6-8 4 28 0 1 0 38 Craion 3-8 0-0 5-8 6 11 5 0 2 34 Pearson 5-7 0-0 3-5 3 13 4 0 1 30 Niles 2-5 2-4 2-2 0 8 2 0 0 37 Lliteras 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 3 0 0 0 7 Roundtree 3-3 0-0 1-1 2 7 2 0 2 19 Manghum 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 7 Score by Periods UMKC ORU

1H 25 36

2H 42 41

TOT 67 77

Record 9-15 (3-9) 20-4 (12-0)

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Score by Periods OU ORU

3FG-A 0-0 1-3 0-0 7-13 2-2 4-8 1-2 0-0

USD Player Andreotti Saint-Gelais Gruis Westbrook Krogman Boots Tecker Hilliard Bos Bartling Mabbutt

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2011-12 Season in Review

January 21, 2012 • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center)

Meet the Golden Eagles

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2011-12 Game Box Scores Game 25 at South Dakota State

Game 26 at North Dakota State

Game 27 vs. IUPUI

February 2, 2012 • Brookings, S.D. (Frost Arena)

February 4, 2012 • Fargo, N.D. (Bison Sports Arena)

February 9, 2012 • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center)

BROOKINGS, S.D.-Oral Roberts was plagued by 15 turnovers, falling 75-60 on the road at South Dakota State, Thursday night, despite shooting 57 percent in the second half at Frost Arena. The loss halted a 13-game winning streak, a 20-game Summit League winning streak, and a 13-game league road winning streak. ORU (205, 12-1) shot 50 percent (23-46) for the game for the fifth time in six games, while SDSU (186, 10-2) converted 48 percent (26-54) of their shots. Roderick Pearson and Warren Niles led the way with 14 points apiece, while Dominique Morrison and Steven Roundtree each added 12, with the quartet accounting for 86 percent of the total offensive output for ORU, who was held to 60 points for the first time since a 58-55 victory on the road at UALR. Roundtree also had a game-high eight rebounds as ORU held a slight 28-27 edge on the boards. The Jackrabbits converted the 15 ORU turnovers into 21 points and got to the line 20 times, hitting 17 of those to get the victory. It was the first time since ORU’s game on the road against Oakland on January 3 that an opponent has gotten to the line more than the Golden Eagles, who converted 11 of 14 free throw attempts. SDSU was led by Nate Wolters who ended up with 24 points, barely out-doing his teammate Jordan Dykstra, who had 22 points and seven rebounds. “Give them credit, the crowd was certainly a factor but they played with great toughness and I thought we played soft,” said Coach Scott Sutton. “They came out and punched us in the nose and we didn’t fight back and that is very, very disappointing.” ORU did nothing to silence the crowd early as the Golden Eagles committed four early turnovers and hit just two of their first ten shots, falling behind 17-4 from less than nine minutes into the game. Each time ORU tried to mount a comeback it seemed like Dykstra or Wolters had an answer and the lead never got under 11 in the second half.

FARGO, N.D.-Dominique Morrison led a cast of five scorers in double figures with 36 points, 27 of which came in the second half, as Oral Roberts (21-5, 13-1) pushed past North Dakota State (15-8, 8-5) to stay in first place in the Summit League standings. Morrison’s 36 points was two off his career high as he hit 10 of his 17 shot attempts and 14 of 16 from the free throw line to lead all scorers in the contest. It is his third 30-point game of the season and the sixth of his career. Damen Bell-Holter found double digits early in the game with 12 points in the first half, finishing with 16, his best game offensively since scoring 18 at IUPUI on January 14. BellHolter also had a team high eight rebounds. Roderick Pearson had 12 points and a team-high three assists, while Warren Niles hit five of seven shot attempts for 11 points despite not attempting a 3-pointer for the first time in his career. Steven Roundtree rounded out the double-figure scorers for ORU with 10 points. ORU shot 60 percent (30-50) for the game, despite hitting just two of seven 3-point attempts, the lowest number of made threes since going without a trey against UMKC on December 28, and the lowest number of attempts since hosting the Kangaroos a week ago. The Bison also had five scorers in double figures, led by Mike Felt’s 19 as he hit seven of eight shots and five of six from behind the arc. Lawrence Alexander had 16, Taylor Braun had 13, and Marshal Bjorklund and Eric Carlson had 10 and 12, respectively, inside. ORU dominated inside with a 48-24 advantage in the paint, and took advantage of 11 Bison turnovers, converting them to 14 points, eight on the fast break. ORU shot 57 percent in the first half, and scored 24 of the team’s 35 points in the paint. With six points in the final 1:23 of the game, including four from the free throw line, Morrison helped ORU ice the game away, giving NDSU just their second loss at home this year.

TULSA, Okla.-A running shot by Roderick Pearson at the buzzer proved the difference for Oral Roberts (22-5, 14-1) in a 76-74 victory over IUPUI (10-16, 4-10) Thursday night at the Mabee Center. The shot finished off a wild game that included a 4-point play by Alex Young to send the game to the extra period. Dominique Morrison scored 23 points, 21 of which came in the second half, while Michael Craion, Warren Niles and Steven Roundtree each had 11 points to pace the Golden Eagles. ORU shot just 45.6 percent (26-57) for the game, but hit three of five shot attempts in the overtime period. The Golden Eagles also had just a 3 of 13 mark from 3-point range, but out-scored IUPUI 34-22 in the paint. Young led the Jaguars with a game-high 34 points, including 6-of-9 3-point attempts. Young also had seven rebounds to lead IUPUI. Christian Siakam and Stephen Thomas each chipped in 11 points in the loss. “I’m obviously happy we won. When you win a bunch of games you are going to have games like that,” said Coach Scott Sutton.“I’m disappointed in how we played but at the end of the year it is another win. We have to improve and we have to get better in some areas.” The Golden Eagles gained the momentum and quickly grabbed the lead scoring the first 12 points of the second half to make it a 14-0 run and a 40-34 game. A floater by Young at the shot clock buzzer got IUPUI on the board in the half, but a Roundtree dunk and two free throws by Morrison after a technical foul was assessed to the IUPUI coach made it a 44-34 game. In all it would be a 20-3 run for ORU to stretch the lead to 46-35 after a Jake Lliteras jumper. The Jaguars would not go away though and scored seven straight points before a Young 3-pointer made it a 48-45 contest. With Morrison hitting the last four field goals for ORU, it looked like a two possession game with under a minute to go, but Young had other thoughts as he converted a 4-point play to tie the game at 65-65 with less than 35 seconds to go in the game.

South Dakota State 75, ORU 60 ORU Player Bell-Holter Morrison Craion Pearson Niles Aery Lliteras Roundtree Manghum SDSU Player Fiegen Dykstra Wolters Carlson Callahan Prince Monaghan Horstman White Heemstra

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 1-3 0-0 0-0 3 2 0 1 0 22 4-8 1-2 3-4 2 12 0 1 0 35 1-1 0-0 2-2 1 4 4 0 2 28 6-14 0-4 2-3 3 14 3 0 1 36 5-8 2-3 2-3 6 14 1 0 0 36 0-1 0-1 2-2 0 2 0 0 0 0+ 0-3 0-3 0-0 1 0 1 0 1 10 6-8 0-0 0-0 8 12 1 1 1 30 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 3-6 0-0 2-4 5 8 1 0 0 28 8-13 2-4 4-4 7 22 2 0 0 34 8-16 1-3 7-8 3 24 9 0 2 38 1-5 1-5 2-2 4 5 1 0 3 32 1-5 1-5 0-0 1 3 1 0 2 26 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ 3-7 1-4 0-0 2 7 0 0 1 24 2-2 0-0 2-2 1 6 2 0 1 8

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1H 23 34

2H 37 41

TOT 60 75

Record 20-5 (12-1) 18-6 (10-2)

ORU 85, North Dakota State 76 ORU Player FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN Morrison 10-17 2-4 14-16 4 36 2 0 1 40 Craion 0-3 0-1 0-0 5 0 1 1 0 24 Bell-Holter 6-10 0-0 4-6 8 16 2 0 1 34 Pearson 5-8 0-1 2-2 2 12 3 0 1 35 Niles 5-7 0-0 1-2 3 11 2 1 1 38 Lliteras 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Roundtree 4-5 0-1 2-4 2 10 0 0 0 22 Manghum 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 5 NDSU Player Carlson Bjorklund Lundberg Alexander Braun Felt Lindberg Hale Wright Aaberg

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 2-6 0-0 6-8 4 10 1 0 0 26 5-5 0-0 2-4 6 12 2 1 1 32 1-2 1-2 0-0 1 3 1 0 0 16 6-15 1-4 3-3 3 16 9 1 0 36 4-7 3-5 2-2 4 13 0 0 0 33 7-8 5-6 0-0 1 19 0 0 0 23 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0-3 0-2 0-0 1 0 2 1 1 13 0-3 0-2 2-2 0 2 0 0 0 12 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 1 0 0 0 6

Score by Periods ORU NDSU

1H 35 29

2H 50 47

TOT 85 76

Record 21-5 (13-1) 15-8 (8-5)

ORU 76, IUPUI 74 (OT) IUPUI Player Gaines Young Siakam Thomas Chiles Esposito Barksdale Gibbs Patton

FG-A 2-3 11-21 4-7 3-10 3-9 0-1 0-0 1-1 1-2

USD Player Bell-Holter Morrison Craion Pearson Niles Lliteras Roundtree Manghum

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 2-3 0-1 4-5 9 8 0 0 0 34 7-18 2-5 7-8 3 23 0 1 1 44 3-6 0-0 5-5 6 11 2 0 2 25 3-9 0-1 0-0 4 6 1 0 2 32 4-10 1-4 2-3 3 11 3 0 0 43 3-5 0-2 0-0 2 6 0 0 0 8 4-6 0-0 3-3 3 11 1 2 1 27 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 12

Score by Periods IUPUI ORU

3FG-A 0-0 6-9 0-0 1-3 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

1H 32 28

FT-A 0-1 6-7 3-4 4-4 1-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

2H 33 37

RB 4 7 6 6 5 0 0 0 2

OT 9 11

TP A B S MIN 4 0 0 1 31 34 1 0 2 44 11 2 0 0 41 11 1 1 2 45 8 2 0 1 45 2 1 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 7 2 0 2 1 4

TOT Record 74 10-16 (4-10) 76 22-5 (14-1) Attendance: 3,495

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2011-12 Game Box Scores February 15, 2012 • Fort Wayne, Ind. (Memorial Coliseum)

February 18, 2012 • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center)

TULSA, Okla.-Oral Roberts (23-5, 15-1) clinched at least a share of the Summit League regular season championship with a 61-51 victory over Western Illinois (13-11, 7-8), Saturday night at the Mabee Center as part of the school’s Homecoming celebration. The victory also extends the Golden Eagles’ home winning streak to 22 games, the third longest in the country, and matches the most regular season wins under Coach Scott Sutton, tying the 23-6 mark during the 2004-05 regular season. Dominique Morrison, as he has done lately, exploded in the second half, finishing with 17 points, 13 of which came in the second half. His personal streak of double digit scoring efforts extends to 20 consecutive games. Roderick Pearson and Steven Roundtree, who had a thunderous put-back dunk in the second half, each scored 12 points, while Michael Craion had 11. Roundtree also led the team with seven rebounds as ORU held a 31-22 advantage on the boards. With Damen Bell-Holter’s eight points ORU out-scored the Leathernecks inside 26-14. Ceola Clark was the lone player in double figures for WIU, scoring 21 points in the second half, most coming off his five 3-pointers. Tommie Tyler and Terell Parks had nine and eight points, respectively. “That was a grinder of a game,” said Sutton.“They all are against those guys, they are very well coach. I’m proud of my guys for gutting that out, and I am proud of this group for winning at least a share of the Summit League championship.” As expected, the scoring was slow in the first half, with ORU holding a 25-19 lead at the break. Neither team had more than a seven-point advantage in the half, with ORU taking the 24-17 lead after a Niles feed underneath to Roundtree. Up two with under three minutes to play, Morrison and Pearson took over, giving the Golden Eagles a 55-48 lead with under a minute to go. Roundtree got the ball on the fast-break to make it a nine-point game, the largest lead of the game at that point.

FT. WAYNE, Ind.-Michael Craion blocked a 3-point attempt with time expiring to clinch the first regular season Summit League Championship for Oral Roberts since the 2007-08 season as the Golden Eagles held off IPFW 75-71. ORU (24-5, 16-1) has now tied the school record for conference wins in a season, having gone 16-2 in 2007-08. Warren Niles led the way for ORU with 24 points, nine of which came from the free throw line including two trips to the line in the last 20 seconds of the game. In addition to the biggest block of the game, Craion had 18 points, his highest output since scoring 18 against South Dakota on January 26. Dominique Morrison added 15 for ORU, while Steven Roundtree had eight points and a team high seven rebounds, helping ORU to a 33-26 rebounding advantage. Frank Gaines hit 10 of his 15 shots en route to 28 points to lead all scorers, while Trey McCorkle had 12 points for IPFW. The Golden Eagles shot 48 percent (25-52) for the game, while the Mastodons hit 47 percent (24-51) of their shots. ORU turned the ball over 17 times, while IPFW turned it over 16, but it was ORU who had the advantage, turning them into 20 points, despite a series of four empty trips in the second half. “First of all a lot of credit goes to IPFW,” said Coach Scott Sutton, who has won the regular season for the fifth time as the head coach of ORU. “They played their hearts out and played like a team who is fighting for their season. I expected a tough game and I’m proud of my guys.We played a terrible first half and fell behind by 10 points there in the second half but they kept fighting and fought back like a championship team. They made plays down the stretch like a championship team. I’m very happy and proud that they could clinch and outright championship.” A Craion layup with 31 seconds to go and three free throws down the stretch by Niles put ORU up 73-71 with 14 seconds to go. A last-second effort by Antwaun Boyd was blocked by Craion and a foul with 0.2 seconds left put Roundtree at the line for two free throws, giving the Golden Eagles the 75-71 victory.

TULSA, Okla.-A 15-point lead was cut down to one but ORU never gave up its second half lead as they beat Akron 67-61, Saturday afternoon on senior day at the Mabee Center. The game was part of the Sears ESPN BracketBusters series. With the victory, ORU moved to 25-5 on the season (16-1 Summit League), and finished the regular season undefeated at home, moving the home winning streak to 23 games. Akron had its eight-game winning streak snapped, falling to 19-8 with the loss. Dominique Morrison finished the game with a team-high 16 points and had a season-high 12 rebounds, one off his career high, scoring the 2,000th point of his career and extending his double-figure scoring streak to 22 games. “First of all that was a great win,” said Coach Scott Sutton. “We beat a very good basketball team. They are a well coached team and very tough. That’s an NCAA tournament team. It felt like a conference tournament game and the winner would go to the tournament. I’m proud of our guys. Akron has been terrific in the second half, I knew they would make a run on us and they did. Our guys were a little taken aback with how physical it was in the second half, but we regrouped and finished the game.This team continues to impress me and continues to amaze me.” ORU finished the regular season undefeated inside the Mabee Center (15-0), marking just the second time in the history of the facility that ORU has gone through a home schedule unblemished. The 23-game winning streak at home ties the longest in ORU history, doing so from February 25, 1989-December 1, 1991, most of which came while ORU was an NAIA program. ORU has also won 25 games for the first time since going 25-8 to finish the 2004-05 season and only twice has won more than 25 games in a season as a Division I team. Going against one of the nation’s best shot blockers in Zeke Marshall, Damen Bell-Holter held his own, scoring 15 points and grabbing six rebounds, while holding Marshall to 4 points and just one rebound. Marshall did have three blocks in the game. Warren Niles scored 12 points, while Michael Craion added nine and Steven Roundtree had eight.

ORU 61, Western Illinois 51

ORU 75, IPFW 71

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 4-9 0-1 0-0 4 8 0 0 0 26 5-14 2-5 5-6 6 17 1 0 1 36 2-4 0-0 7-8 5 11 2 0 1 36 4-6 1-3 3-4 0 12 3 0 0 24 0-1 0-1 1-2 4 1 2 0 1 37 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 7 5-7 0-0 2-2 7 12 2 0 0 22 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 12

Score by Periods WIU ORU

1H 19 25

2H 32 36

TOT 51 61

Record 13-11 (7-8) 23-5 (15-1)

ORU 67, Akron 61

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 2-9 0-2 2-2 2 6 4 0 1 30 6-9 3-4 9-11 5 24 2 1 0 38 2-6 0-0 0-0 6 4 0 0 2 22 4-13 1-5 6-8 1 15 2 0 0 38 9-10 0-0 0-2 5 18 0 2 2 32 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 6 2-3 0-0 4-6 7 8 3 1 3 26 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 1 0 0 8

IPFW Player FG-A Gaines 10-15 Smeathers 1-2 Peckinpaugh 1-2 Boyd 1-4 McCorkle 6-9 Marlin 1-5 Jordan 1-3 Hines 1-6 Kibiloski 2-4 Edwards 0-1 Score by Periods ORU IPFW

3FG-A 5-7 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-3 0-1 0-0 0-2 0-0

1H 33 36

FT-A 3-3 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-2 6-6 0-0 6-6 0-0 0-0

2H 42 35

RB 8 0 5 3 4 0 1 3 1 1

TOT 75 71

TP A B S MIN 28 3 1 1 37 3 1 0 0 15 2 1 0 0 20 4 2 0 1 17 12 1 0 0 31 8 1 0 2 24 2 0 0 2 16 8 1 0 1 20 4 1 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 11 Record 24-5 (16-1) 10-16 (4-12)

Akron Player Cvetinovic Gilliam Marshall Walsh Abreu Treadwell McClanahan Harney Diggs

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 5-7 1-1 0-0 4 11 2 0 0 25 3-6 0-3 0-0 2 6 2 0 3 24 2-5 0-0 0-0 1 4 3 3 1 27 1-8 0-4 1-2 4 3 0 0 0 20 4-9 2-6 6-6 1 16 4 0 1 36 3-6 0-0 1-2 3 7 2 0 0 18 0-2 0-2 0-0 2 0 0 0 1 12 4-8 1-3 0-0 3 9 0 1 0 18 2-7 1-3 0-0 4 5 3 0 2 20

ORU Player Bell-Holter Morrison Craion Pearson Niles Lliteras Roundtree Manghum

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 6-11 0-0 3-6 6 15 2 2 0 31 6-15 0-3 4-5 12 16 0 0 0 37 4-8 0-0 1-2 4 9 1 2 3 26 1-4 0-1 3-4 5 5 4 0 1 24 5-10 2-6 0-0 4 12 0 0 0 39 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3-5 0-0 2-2 4 8 1 0 0 23 0-1 0-1 2-2 2 2 4 0 0 19

Score by Periods Akron ORU

1H 2H TOT 22 39 61 33 34 67

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WIU Player FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN Emegano 2-7 1-1 1-2 3 6 2 0 1 38 McAvoy 1-3 1-2 0-0 3 3 0 0 0 17 Parks 2-5 0-0 4-6 7 8 1 0 0 35 Tyler 4-8 0-1 1-2 0 9 1 0 0 29 Clark 7-13 5-9 4-4 2 23 1 0 0 34 Packer 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 6 Roberts-Burnett 0-3 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 13 Houpt 1-2 0-1 0-0 1 2 1 1 0 21 Gebru 0-0 0-0 0-2 0 0 0 0 0 5 McDonald 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 2

2011-12 Season in Review

February 11, 2012 • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center)

Meet the Golden Eagles

Game 30 vs. Akron

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Game 29 at IPFW

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2011-12 Game Box Scores Game 31 at Southern Utah

Game 32 vs. No 8 IPFW

Game 33 vs. No. 5 Western Illinois

February 25, 2012 • Cedar City, Utah (Centrum Arena)

March 3, 2012 • Sioux Falls, S.D. (Sioux Falls Arena)

March 5, 2012 • Sioux Falls, S.D. (Sioux Falls Arena)

CEDAR CITY, Utah-Oral Roberts edged Southern Utah 73-71 on the road Saturday, finishing the regular season at 26-5 and 17-1 in the Summit League. It is the most conference wins in school history and sends ORU into the Summit League tournament on a six-game winning streak. ORU missed 10 free throws in the game including a couple in the last 17 seconds but was able to hold on for the victory, led by Dominique Morrison’s 24 points. Roderick Pearson added 15 points and six assists for ORU, while Warren Niles hit three 3-pointers and finished with 12 points. Damen Bell-Holter had six points but a team-high six rebounds as ORU was out-rebounded 28-25 for just the ninth time this season. Jackson Stevenett had 22 points to lead a cast of four in double figures for SUU. Damen Heuir had 15 points, while Ray Jones, Jr. had 11 points and a team-high six rebounds. Ramell Taylor had 10 points for the Thunderbirds. ORU shot 55.1 percent (27-49) for the game and 60.9 percent (14-23) in the second half, dominating most of the statistical categories including points in the paint (30-24) and fast break points (12-2). With six ties and seven lead changes, neither team’s lead was safe until the final buzzer. Trailing by as many as five in the early going, the Golden Eagles retook the lead on an alley-oop to Bell-Holter to make it 21-20. A long jumper by Pearson made it a 3-point ORU lead but Heuir hit a 3 with 28 seconds to go to tie the game. Morrison tried to get the lead back with an open look from three at the buzzer but couldn’t get the shot to fall. After trading baskets to start the second half, ORU used an 8-0 run to grab their largest lead of the game to that point at 41-33 after Morrison tipped in his own miss. ORU continued to control things until late in the second half as SUU clawed back in and made it a one-point game, 69-68, after a pair of Stevenett free throws. With ORU up two with 17 seconds to go, SUU elected to foul Pearson, who hit the first but missed the second, giving Southern Utah a chance to tie the game with a 3-pointer. Heuir missed the open look but the tip in was good by Jordan Johnson with less than 3 seconds left taking the lead back down to one. Niles’ second free throw attempt rimmed out and SUU was left with a heave that fell short at the buzzer.

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.-Just like the final meeting between the two teams in the regular season, made free throws down the stretch and a block with less than a second remaining proved the difference as top-seeded Oral Roberts (27-5, 171) survived a scare from IPFW (11-19), winning 71-67 to advance to the semifinals of the 2012 Summit League Tournament. With plenty of opportunities at the line late in the game, ORU made just enough, despite going 20-32 (62.5 percent) for the game, the second game in a row in which ORU has missed at least 10 free throws, but won. The Golden Eagles had five players in double figures, led by Warren Niles’ 17, 12 of which game from behind the arc as he shot 4-6 from there. Michael Craion had 16 points and six rebounds, while Roderick Pearson had 15 points and hit shots down the stretch with Dominique Morrison out of the game for the final 2:32 to go and ORU down by one. Morrison finished the game with 10 points to keep his double-digit scoring streak alive at 24 games. Steven Roundtree had 11 points for ORU, which shot 46 percent from the field but 41.7 percent from 3 point range (5-12) on the day. ORU held a 37-31 advantage on the boards, which led to 10 second chance points. For ORU, they move to 13-2 all-time at the Summit League Tournament when playing as the top seed. The 27 victories is also the most in school history as an NCAA Division I program, and tied for the third most in school history at any level. “As I just told my guys, this time of year you don’t always play well but you win and advance,” said Coach Scott Sutton. “We are going to forget about this game and move on to the next one. I’m really proud of Rod (Pearson). I thought he hit unbelievable shots. He had to step up when Dominique went out and he did that and showed a lot of toughness. This team is amazing. We haven’t always played well but we’ve won 27 games. They’ve always found a way to win.”

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.-The last field goal for No. 1 Oral Roberts (27-6) came at the 7:21 mark in the second half, and a shot with 26 seconds left in the game gave No. 4 Western Illinois (18-13) the lead and the 54-53 victory in the 2012 Summit League semifinals. Despite the scoring slump, ORU still held a lead in the final minute of the game thanks to 23 points from Dominique Morrison as he hit nine of his 12 shots, including nine of 10 from inside the arc. Warren Niles had 11 points for ORU, while Michael Craion had a game-high 11 rebounds, as ORU out-rebounded the Leathernecks 33-20. It was the 25th straight game in which Morrison has scored at least 10 points and his 16th 20-point game of the season. It was also the fifth game in a row in which both Morrison and Niles have reached double figures. In the process, Morrison also passed Caleb Green (639) and Mark Acres (646) for the seventh most points in a single season in ORU history with 661 points. Terell Parks had 14 points and eight rebounds to lead WIU, while Ceola Clark had 11 points. ORU had 14 turnovers, including two late, that led to a 21-13 advantage for WIU in points off turnovers. The loss was just the second in the last 22 games for ORU dating back to a December 18 victory over Xavier, and makes Western Illinois’ first victory over ORU in the Summit League Tournament. “Obviously a devastating loss for us,” said Coach Scott Sutton. “Give Western (Illinois) a lot of credit, I thought their kids battled and made some plays down the stretch. If you score four points in the last eight minutes of a game you don’t deserve to win. It’s heartbreaking for a team who has done so much this year with 27 wins and a regular season title. It’s disappointing that they won’t be able to play tomorrow.” In the final seconds of the game, Clark missed the front end of the one and one, and as ORU grabbed the rebound it appeared that a miracle finish was once more in store, but the ball was knocked loose and the Golden Eagles’ hopes of an automatic bid into the NCAA tournament came to an end.

ORU 73, Southern Utah 71

ORU 71, IPFW 67

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FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 9-17 2-4 4-6 4 24 4 0 2 36 3-4 0-0 3-6 5 9 2 2 1 27 3-8 0-0 0-0 6 6 0 0 0 30 6-10 0-1 3-5 4 15 6 0 1 33 4-7 3-5 1-2 2 12 1 0 3 33 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 3 0 0 0 11 1-2 0-0 2-4 2 4 1 0 1 24 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 6

SUU Player Taylor Stevenett Massey Heuir Jones Nsenki Johnson Koehler

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 5-6 0-0 0-0 1 10 0 0 1 23 8-12 0-1 6-7 5 22 1 1 0 38 3-4 1-1 0-0 3 7 1 1 0 27 5-15 2-6 3-3 2 15 7 1 1 38 3-8 0-1 5-6 6 11 1 0 4 34 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2-2 0-0 2-4 5 6 1 0 3 23 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 0 0 13

Score by Periods ORU SUU

1H 31 31

2H 42 40

TOT 73 71

Officials: Frank Spencer, Dan Nowakowski, Dan Dorian

Record 26-5 (17-1) 13-16 (8-10) Attendance: 2,738

IPFW Player Peckinpaugh McCorkle Marlin Gaines Boyd Smeathers McCray Jordan Hines Kibiloski Edwards ORU Player Morrison Craion Bell-Holter Pearson Niles Lliteras Roundtree Manghum

Western Illinois 54, ORU 53

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 3-3 1-1 0-0 3 7 3 0 1 22 4-9 0-0 2-4 2 10 1 1 0 31 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 10 9-17 4-6 4-7 9 26 3 1 3 32 3-7 0-2 4-4 2 10 1 0 1 26 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 1 0 13 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0-7 0-6 4-7 6 4 2 0 1 30 3-5 0-0 2-4 5 8 1 1 1 19 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 7 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0 0 6 FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 2-11 0-3 6-8 3 10 3 0 0 35 6-8 0-0 4-8 6 16 2 0 2 27 1-5 0-1 0-0 7 2 2 3 0 24 5-7 1-1 4-8 5 15 3 1 1 37 6-12 4-6 1-2 5 17 0 0 2 36 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3-5 0-0 5-6 6 11 1 0 2 28 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 0 0 10

Score by Periods IPFW ORU

1H 2H TOT 23 44 67 32 39 71

Record 11-19 27-5

WIU Player FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN Emegano 2-9 0-0 4-4 1 8 2 0 1 33 Houpt 3-5 3-5 0-0 2 9 0 0 0 35 Parks 6-8 0-0 2-2 8 14 1 4 2 35 Tyler 2-6 0-3 1-2 0 5 4 0 1 38 Clark 4-9 3-5 0-1 2 11 3 0 0 40 Packer 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Roberts-Burnett 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 1 7 Gebru 2-2 0-0 1-1 4 5 0 0 0 8 McAvoy 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 2 ORU Player Bell-Holter Morrison Craion Pearson Niles Lliteras Roundtree Manghum

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 2-5 1-2 0-0 3 5 0 0 0 23 9-12 0-2 5-8 2 23 2 1 1 37 1-6 0-0 1-3 11 3 3 1 3 36 3-9 0-3 1-1 4 7 1 0 1 38 5-13 1-6 0-0 5 11 0 0 1 38 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0-3 0-0 4-4 5 4 0 0 2 21 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 5

Score by Periods WIU ORU

1H 2H TOT 27 27 54 26 27 53

Record 18-13 27-6

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Score by Periods Nevada ORU

1H 2H TOT 29 39 69 30 29 59

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FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 4-12 0-3 5-5 6 13 2 0 1 37 5-9 0-0 0-1 7 10 3 3 2 30 5-10 0-0 0-0 5 10 0 3 0 28 5-11 2-5 1-2 3 13 5 1 2 33 4-11 2-5 0-0 3 10 0 0 0 37 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0-4 0-0 0-0 3 0 2 0 0 21 1-2 1-2 0-0 0 3 1 0 0 10

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2011-12 Season in Review

FG-A 3FG-A FT-A RB TP A B S MIN 6-14 1-1 0-1 10 13 0 0 1 29 9-16 0-0 0-0 10 18 4 5 1 37 2-4 1-2 0-0 0 5 1 0 0 25 4-10 1-2 8-8 8 17 5 0 0 39 2-9 2-5 2-4 4 8 3 0 0 31 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0-3 0-0 2-2 3 2 3 0 0 20 2-2 1-1 0-0 6 5 0 1 0 12

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Nevada 68, ORU 59 Nevada Player Czyz Hunt Evans Burton Story Nyeko Elliott Finn Burris Panzer

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TULSA, Okla.-Nevada out-rebounded ORU 45-29, the largest deficit of the season for the Golden Eagles, as ORU fell 68-59, Wednesday night at the Mabee Center in the first round of the NIT. Nevada (27-6) will now host Bucknell in the second round, while Oral Roberts’ (27-7) season comes to an end. Five players for ORU had at least 10 points, led by seniors Dominique Morrison and Roderick Pearson who each had 13. With the effort, Morrison made it 26 games in a row with at least 10 points to end the season. Michael Craion also ended his career with a double-digit effort with 10 points. Juniors Damen Bell-Holter and Warren Niles also had 10 points for the Golden Eagles. Dario Hunt led all scorers with 18 points and 10 rebounds, while Olek Czyz also had a double-double dropping 13 points with 10 rebounds. Deonte Burton hit all eight of his attempts from the free throw line and finished with 17 points. The Wolf Pack held a 45-29 rebounding edge, converting 15 offensive rebounds into 19 second-chance points as they ended the Golden Eagles’ 23-game winning streak. Nevada Shot 43 percent for the game, 54.5 percent (6-11) from 3-point range and hit 12 of 15 free throws. ORU hit just 24-60 (40 percent) of its shots and held a 5-15 mark from 3-point range. “I hated going out like that,” said Coach Scott Sutton. “We didn’t play well. We got beat by a very good team, that’s an NCAA tournament team. They certainly deserved to be in that tournament, but if you expect to beat a team like that you can’t afford to play poorly in areas which we did. We didn’t rebound at all, we gave up 19 second-chance points and that was a key going in.” Despite a huge discrepancy in rebounds, second chance points and fast break points, all favoring Nevada, the Golden Eagles hung tight by taking care of the basketball, turning it over for just the third time in the game with less than eight minutes to play. ORU finished with just five turnovers, a season low. With 8:20 to go, a pair of Morrison free throws gave ORU a one point lead at 50-59, but it would be the final lead of the game for the Golden Eagles.

Although the men’s basketball season didn’t end the way that anyone at Oral Roberts would have wished, the 2011-12 season, behind Summit League Player of the Year Dominique Morrison, was a record-setting season, which included a Summit League Regular Season Championship. “Despite not achieving our ultimate goal of getting to the NCAA tournament, when you look back we had an outstanding season,” said Coach Scott Sutton.“What this group accomplished-finishing 17-1 in the conference, winning the regular season championship, winning 27 games and setting several school records-this has to go down as one of the most successful teams we’ve had at ORU. As a coach you want to maximize your abilities and I think this group certainly did that.” Individually, Morrison claimed first team all-league honors in addition to his player of the year award, and was also named to the NABC All-District team. Sophomore Steven Roundtree earned Summit League Sixth Man of the Year honors and was honorable mention all-conference, while Sutton was tabbed the conference Coach of the Year. Other notable awards included Michael Craion (second team all-conference) and Warren Niles (honorable mention all-conference). Damen Bell-Holter’s near full-court shot at the buzzer to beat UALR was named ESPN’s King of the Night and was named a finalist for the GEICO Play of the Year.Two other times this season ORU was featured on ESPN SportsCenter’s Top-10 as Jake Lliteras ran through a pass and dunked over the top of a South Dakota player, and Roderick Pearson hit a runner at the buzzer to beat IUPUI in overtime. Mikey Manghum earned Capital One Academic All-District honors from CoSIDA and Morrison was named ESPN’s Player of the Night, one of the top-10 midmajor players, and the Summit League Athlete of the Month. As can be seen by the multiple honors, it was a team effort as the Golden Eagles had a shortened bench from the start of the season. After losing point guard Ken Holdman to an ACL injury before the season, Bell-Holter struggled with a sore back to start the year, and missed six games after seeing limited action in the season-opener against West Virginia. “Unfortunately playing with a short bench is something that we’ve gotten used to,” said Sutton.“Over the past three years we’ve been hit hard by the injury bug. Teams go through that, but this group certainly overcame a lot of adversity. Fortunately the rest of the guys stayed pretty healthy the rest of the year. One area I think it always affects you and this season was no different than the last two, is it is difficult to have good practices when you are so short handed. With the injuries it was certainly a challenge to have good practices late in the year.” With roles shifted and without a healthy center, the Golden Eagles got off to an 0-2 start with losses at West Virginia and in the first round of the Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Tip Off against UTSA in Stillwater, a game that went down a buzzer-beater that went against ORU. The Golden Eagles figured things out and finished off the tournament with a 3-1 record, and rattled off six-straight wins, including victories over Missouri State and Southern Utah in the Summit League opener. Losses at Oklahoma and Gonzaga sandwiched the exciting victory over UALR, and put the team’s record at a respectable 7-4 to start the year. With a chance to tie the game late on the road against eventual NCAA tournament qualifier Gonzaga, ORU gained some momentum despite a six-point loss, and carried that into a road contest against then No. 8 Xavier, who was playing without four suspended players.

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2011-12 Season Recap ORU looked as dominant as they did all season, handing the Musketeers a 22-point loss, their worst loss inside the Cintas Center. The victory propelled ORU into the national spotlight, and also kick-started a 13-game winning streak, which tied for the fourth-longest streak in school history as an NCAA Division I program. The streak included victories over Texas Tech and eventual Summit League tournament champion South Dakota State at home, and over defending conference champion Oakland in front of more than 9,000 fans in the Mabee Center. While second to a 52-game winning streak (1969-1973) in the school history books, the 23-game winning streak was the longest inside the Mabee Center during the facility’s 40year history. “I think momentum started with that three-game road trip with Little Rock, Gonzaga and Xavier. All three of those games played a role in the turnaround. Although our record wasn’t terrible at that time, that shot certainly gave us some momentum. Any time a program like ours can get the attention that the shot awarded this team and Damen, I think it helps confidence. Then we went to Gonzaga and played an excellent basketball team awfully close and had chances down the stretch to win that game. Of course going to Xavier, even though they were short handed in that game, it was a top-10 team and the way we played and the way we beat them really served as a springboard for the remainder of the year and we really never looked back. We won 20 of the next 21 games and I think that trip was really key in giving this team confidence in how good they could be.” After going 45 days without a loss, the Golden Eagles were finally tripped up at South Dakota State, but recovered to beat North Dakota State and went on to win the final six regular season games, including a SEARS/ESPN BracketBuster matchup against Akron. With an incredible 17-1 conference record, the most conference victories in school history, the Golden Eagles wrapped up the regular season championship on the road against IPFW with one regular season conference game remaining, winning the championship by a two-game margin. The top seed in the 2012 Summit League Tournament, Craion blocked a shot with less than a second left and sealed a victory over IPFW in the opening round. The semifinals looked like another opportunity for this special team to once again defy the odds and find a way to win a close game, but a Western Illinois jumper with :26 to play proved the dagger, knocking ORU out of the tournament. With a 27-6 record and an RPI as high as 38 this season, a loss that would have normally dashed the hopes of the ORU faithful instead turned the attention to the selection committee to see if the Golden Eagles could become the third Summit League team and the first since Northeastern Illinois in 1991 to earn an at-large bid into the NCAA tournament.

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As Selection Sunday neared, the talk of ORU gained steam as analysts such as Doug Gottlieb continually built the case for the Golden Eagles on ESPN. The efforts nearly worked as reports had anywhere from the next team in, to one of six that would have gone to a vote if St. Bonaventure had not won the A-10 Conference Tournament. Even though they didn’t get the bid they were looking for, the Golden Eagles had a safety net for their season, earning an automatic bid into the NIT as a reward for having won the regular season conference championship. A number four seed in the tournament, ORU was selected to host the first round game, drawing a team in Nevada with a similar story to its own. Much like ORU, the Wolf Pack won their regular season championship but were knocked out in the semifinals of the tournament, and had hopes of an at-large NCAA berth. The matchup proved to be as good as advertised as the second half had 11 lead changes before Nevada eventually pulled away. The loss ended the season for ORU, and also ended a 23-game home winning streak that dated back to December 30, 2010 and was the third-longest active streak in the country. With 2,080 points, Morrison finishes his career fifth all-time at ORU, after posting 674 points in his senior campaign, the seventh-best season in the school’s storied history. He will finish his four-year career in the top-10 in points, field goals made, free throws made and free throw percentage. He was also a finalist for the Lou Henson Mid-Major Player of the Year Award and was named to the Naismith Midseason 30 watch list. In their respective junior seasons, Niles moved into the top-10 in 3-pointers made and attempted, and Bell-Holter moved up to seventh with 89 career blocks.

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2011-12 Opponents Alaska Anchorage Seawolves

Arizona Wildcats

November 24, 2012 (TBA) • Anchorage, Alaska (Sullivan Arena)

December 18, 2012 (TBA) • Tucson, Ariz. (McKale Center)

Great Alaska Shootout General Information Location: Anchorage, Alaska Founded: 1977 Enrollment: 20,634 Nickname: Seawolves Colors: Green and Gold

President: Tom Case A.D. : Dr. Steve Cobb Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Great Northwest Arena: Wells Fargo/Sullivan Capacity: 1,250/8,700 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 23-7 Head Coach: Rusty Osborne 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 15-3/2nd Alma Mater (Year): 1988 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Record at School (Years): 157-84 (8) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 5/7 Overall Record (Years): Same Newcomers: 4 Assistants: Cameron Turner, Tim Mollerstrom Media Relations Basketball SID: Nate Sagan Athletic Website: www.GoSeawolves.com Email: nate@uaa.alaska.edu Press Row Phone: 907-279-2071 Office Phone: 907-786-1295 Mailing Address: 3211 Providence Drive SID Fax: 907-563-4565 Anchorage, AK 99508

General Information Location: Tucson, Ariz. Founded: 1885 Enrollment: 39,200 Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Cardinal and Navy

President: Dr. Ann Weaver Hart A.D. : Greg Byrne Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Pac-12 Arena: McKale Center Capacity: 14,538 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 23-12 Head Coach: Sean Miller 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 12-6/4th Alma Mater (Year): Pittsburgh (1992) Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Record at School (Years): 69-35 (3) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/8 Overall Record (Years): 189-82 (8) Newcomers: 8 Assistants: James Whitford, Emanuel Richardson, Joe Pasternack Media Relations Basketball SID: Richard Paige Athletic Website: www.arizonawildcats.com Email: rpaige@email.arizona.edu Press Row Phone: 520-621-4334 Mailing Address: 1 National Championship Dr. Office Phone: 520-621-4163 Tucson, AZ 85721 SID Fax: 520-621-2681

Belmont Bruins

UC Riverside Highlanders

November 24, 2012 (TBA) • Anchorage, Alaska (Sullivan Arena)

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General Information Location: Nashville, Tenn. Founded: 1951 Enrollment: 6,374 Nickname: Bruins Colors: Navy, Red and White

President: Dr. Robert C. Fisher A.D. : Mike Strickland Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Ohio Valley Arena: Curb Event Center Capacity: 5,000 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 27-8 Head Coach: Rick Byrd 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 16-2/1st Alma Mater (Year): Tennessee (1976) Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Record at School (Years): 545-284 (26) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 11/4 Overall Record (Years): 637-339 (31) Newcomers: 3 Assistants: Brian Ayers, James Strong, Mark Price Media Relations Basketball SID: Greg Sage Athletic Website: www.BelmontBruins.com Email: greg.sage@belmont.edu Press Row Phone: 615-460-8554 Office Phone: 615-460-6696 Mailing Address: 1900 Belmont Blvd. SID Fax: 615-460-5584 Nashville, TN 37212

General Information Location: Riverside, Calif. Founded: 1954 Enrollment: 20,510 Nickname: Highlanders Colors: Blue and Gold

President: Timothy P. White A.D. : Brian Wickstrom Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big West Arena: SRC Arena Capacity: 2,750 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 14-17 Head Coach: Jim Wooldrige 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 7-9/5th Alma Mater (Year): Louisiana Tech (1977) Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 Record at School (Years): 64-87 (5) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 3/10 Overall Record (Years): 376-324 (24) Newcomers: 8 Assistants: Dennis Cutts, Mike Miller, Justin Bell Media Relations Basketball SID: John Maxwell Athletic Website: www.GoHighlanders.com Email: john.maxwell@ucr.edu Press Row Phone: 951-827-2153 Office Phone: 951-827-5438 Mailing Address: 900 University Ave. SID Fax: 951-827-3569 Riverside, CA 92521

Central Arkansas Bears

Charlotte 49ers

February 19, 2013 (7:30 p.m.) • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center) March 9, 2013 (4 p.m.) • Conway, Ark. (Farris Center)

November 23, 2012 (TBA) • Anchorage, Alaska (Sullivan Arena)

General Information Location: Conway, Ark. Founded: 1907 Enrollment: 11,758 Nickname: Bears Colors: Purple and Gray

President: Tom Courtway A.D. : Dr. Brad Teague Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Southland Arena: Farris Center Capacity: 5,000 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 8-21 Head Coach: Corliss Williamson 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 3-13/6th (E) Alma Mater (Year): Maryland (2003) Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Record at School (Years): 13-45 (2) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/6 Overall Record (Years): Same Newcomers: 7 Assistants: Clarence Finley, Anthony Walker, Jonathan Jackson Media Relations Basketball SID: Steve East Athletic Website: www.UCAsports.com Email: seast@uca.edu Press Row Phone: 501-852-2673 Office Phone: 501-450-5743 Mailing Address: 314 Western Ave. SID Fax: 501-450-5740 Conway, AR 72035

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Great Alaska Shootout General Information Location: Charlotte, N.C. Founded: 1946 Enrollment: 25,063 Nickname: 49ers Colors: Green and White

President: Dr. Philip Dubois A.D. : Judy Rose Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Atlantic 10 Arena: Halton Arena Capacity: 9,105 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 13-17 Head Coach: Alan Major 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 5-11/T-11th Alma Mater (Year): Purdue (1992) Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Record at School (Years): 23-37 (2) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/4 Overall Record (Years): Same Newcomers: 6 Assistants: Ryan Odom, Desmond Oliver, Orlando Vandross Media Relations Basketball SID: Brent Stastny Athletic Website: www.Charlotte49ers.com Email: bmstastn@uncc.edu Press Row Phone: 704-687-4999 Office Phone: 704-687-1021 Mailing Address: 9201 University City Blvd. SID Fax: 704-687-4918 Charlotte, NC 28223

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General Information Location: Beaumont, Texas Founded: 1923 Enrollment: 14,522 Nickname: Cardinals Colors: Red and White

President: David Burcham A.D. : Dr. William Husak Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: West Coast Arena: Gersten Pavilion Capacity: 4,156 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 21-13 Head Coach: Max Good 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 11-5/4th Alma Mater (Year): Eastern Kentucky (1969) Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Record at School (Years): 53-75 (4) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/7 Overall Record (Years): 295-298 (20) Newcomers: 6 Assistants: Myke Scholl, jason Levy, Chris Farr Media Relations Basketball SID: John Shaffer Athletic Website: www.LMULions.com Email: jshaffer@lmu.edu Press Row Phone: 310-258-8733 Office Phone: 310-338-7643 Mailing Address: 1 LMU Drive SID Fax: 310-338-2703 Los Angeles, CA 90045

Memphis Tigers December 28, 2012 (7 p.m.) • Memphis, Tenn. (FedEx Forum)

General Information Location: Lake Charles, La. Founded: 1939 Enrollment: 8,900 Nickname: Cowboys Colors: Blue and Gold

General Information Location: Memphis, Tenn. Founded: 1912 Enrollment: 22,725 Nickname: Tigers Colors: Royal Blue and Gray

President: Dr. Shirley Raines A.D. : Tom Bowen Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Conference USA Arena: FedEx Forum Capacity: 18,400 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 26-9 Head Coach: Josh Pastner 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 13-3/1st Alma Mater (Year): Arizona (1998) Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Record at School (Years): 75-29 (3) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 11/5 Overall Record (Years): Same Newcomers: 4 Assistants: David Collins, Damon Stoudamire, Jimmy Williams Media Relations Basketball SID: Lamar Chance Athletic Website: www.GoTigersGo.com Email: lchance1@memphis.edu Press Row Phone: 901-205-2758 Office Phone: 901-678-2349 Mailing Address: 570 Normal Street SID Fax: 901-678-4134 Memphis, TN 38152

Nicholls State Colonels

December 1, 2012 (4:35 p.m.) • Springfield, Mo. (JQH Arena)

January 5, 2013 (4 p.m.) • Thibodaux, La. (Stopher Gym) January 31, 2013 (7:30 p.m.) • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center)

General Information Location: Springfield, Mo. Founded: 1905 Enrollment: 23.071 Nickname: Bears Colors: Maroon and White

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General Information Location: Thibodaux, La. Founded: 1948 Enrollment: 6,088 Nickname: Colonels Colors: Red and Gray

President: Dr. Stephen Hulbert A.D. : Rob Bernardi Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Southland Arena: Stopher Gym Capacity: 3,800 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 10-20 Head Coach: J.P. Piper 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 6-10/4th (E) Alma Mater (Year): Southeastern La. (1991) Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Record at School (Years): 88-143 (8) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/5 Overall Record (Years): Same Newcomers: 6 Assistants: Rennie Bailey, Terry Parker, Mike Czepil Media Relations Basketball SID: Clyde Verdin Athletic Website: www.GeauxColonels.com Email: Clyde.Verdin@nicholls.edu Press Row Phone: 985-448-4294 Office Phone: 985-448-4281 Mailing Address: 906 East First Street SID Fax: 985-448-4490 Thibodaux, LA 70310

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President: Clifton Smart A.D. : Kyle Moats Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Missouri Valley Arena: JQH Arena Capacity: 11,000 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 16-16 Head Coach: Paul Lusk 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 9-9/T-3rd Alma Mater (Year): Purdue (2000) Starters Returning/Lost: 3/3 Record at School (Years): 16-16 (1) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 5/5 Overall Record (Years): 18-39 (2) Newcomers: 6 Assistants: Pat Baldwin, Jermaine Henderson, Derrick Tilmon Media Relations Basketball SID: Rick Kindhart Athletic Website: www.MissouriStateBears.com Press Row Phone: 417-836-4150 Email: rkindhart@missouristate.edu Mailing Address: 901 South National Ave. Office Phone: 417-836-5402 Springfield, MO 65897 SID Fax: None

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President: Dr. Phillip Williams A.D. : Tommy McClelland Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Southland Arena: Burton Coliseum Capacity: 8,000 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 17-16 Head Coach: Dave Simmons 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 10-6/T-4th Alma Mater (Year): Louisiana Tech (1981) Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Record at School (Years): 87-99 (6) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/5 Overall Record (Years): 114-128 (8) Newcomers: 4 Assistants: David Dumars, Steve Welch, Patrick Haynes Media Relations Basketball SID: Matthew Bonnette Athletic Website: www.McNeeseSports.com Email: wbonnette@mcneese.edu Press Row Phone: 337-562-4061 Office Phone: 337-475-4207 Mailing Address: 700 E. McNeese Street SID Fax: 337-475-5202 Lake Charles, LA 70607

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President: Dr. James Simmons A.D. : Jason Henderson Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Southland Arena: Montagne Center Capacity: 10,080 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 23-12 Head Coach: Pat Knight 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 11-5/1st Alma Mater (Year): Indiana (1995) Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 Record at School (Years): 23-12 (1) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 5/7 Overall Record (Years): 73-73 (4+) Newcomers: 8 Assistants: Kermit Holmes, Clif Carroll, Sherron Wilkerson Media Relations Basketball SID: Erik Cox Athletic Website: www.LamarCardinals.com Email: erik.cox@lamar.edu Press Row Phone: 409-880-2343 Office Phone: 409-880-8329 Mailing Address: 211 Redbird Lane SID Fax: 409-880-2338 Beaumont, TX 77710

Great Alaska Shootout General Information Location: Los Angeles, Calif. Founded: 1911 Enrollment: 9,234 Nickname: Lions Colors: Crimson, Navy

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2011-12 Opponents Northeastern Huskies

Northwestern State Demons

November 24, 2012 (TBA) • Anchorage Alaska (Sullivan Arena)

January 10, 2013 (7:30 p.m.) • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center) February 7, 2013 (TBA) • Natchitoches, La. (Prather Coliseum)

Great Alaska Shootout General Information Location: Boston, Mass. Founded: 1898 Enrollment: 16,906 Nickname: Huskies Colors: Red and Black

President: Dr. Joseph Aoun A.D. : Peter Roby Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Colonial Athletic Arena: Matthews Arena Capacity: 5,066

Team Information 2011-12 Record: 14-17 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 9-9/7th Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/5 Newcomers: 5 Media Relations Basketball SID: Matt McDonald Email: ma.mcdonald@neu.edu Office Phone: 617-373-4154 SID Fax:

General Information Location: Natchitoches, La. Founded: 1884 Enrollment: 9,447 Nickname: Demons Colors: Purple, white, orange trim

Coaching staff Head Coach: Bill Coen Alma Mater (Year): Hamilton (1983) Record at School (Years): 91-99 (6) Overall Record (Years): Same Assistants: Patt Duquette, Jim McCarthy, Antonio Reynolds-Dean Athletic Website: www.GoNU.com Press Row Phone: Mailing Address: 360 Huntington Avenue Boston, MA 02115

President: Dr. Randy Webb A.D. : Greg Burke Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Southland Arena: Prather Coliseum Capacity: 3,400 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 16-16 Head Coach: Mike McConathy 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 8-8/6th Alma Mater (Year): Louisiana Tech (1977) Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Record at School (Years): 200-204 (13) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/4 Overall Record (Years): 552-363 (29) Newcomers: 9 Assistants: Jeff Moore, Bill Lewit, Jacob Spielbauer Media Relations Basketball SID: Doug Ireland Athletic Website: www.NSUDemons.com Email: ireland@nsula.edu Press Row Phone: 318-357-4544 Office Phone: 318-357-6467 Mailing Address: 468 Caspari Drive SID Fax: 318-357-4515 Natchitoches, LA 1497

Oklahoma Sooners

Pacific Tigers

November 28, 2012 (7 p.m.) • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center)

November 19, 2012 (9 p.m.) • Stockton, Calif. (Alex G. Spanos Center)

General Information Location: Norman, Okla. Founded: 1890 Enrollment: 30,754 Nickname: Sooners Colors: Crimson and Cream

President: David L. Boren A.D. : Joe Castiglione Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big 12 Arena: Lloyd Noble Center Capacity: 12,000 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 15-16 Head Coach: Lon Kruger 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 5-11/8th Alma Mater (Year): Kansas State (1975) Starters Returning/Lost: 5/0 Record at School (Years): 15-16 (1) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/4 Overall Record (Years): 494-320 (26) Newcomers: 9 Assistants: Chris Crutchfield, Steven Henson, Lew Hill Media Relations Basketball SID: Mike Houck Athletic Website: www.SoonerSports.com Email: mhouck@ou.edu Press Row Phone: 405-325-1024 Office Phone: 405-325-8227 Mailing Address: 180 W. Brooks St. Suite 2525 Norman, OK 73019 SID Fax: 405-325-7623

General Information Location: Stockton, Calif. Founded: 1851 Enrollment: 5,228 Nickname: Tigers Colors: Black and Orange

President: Pamela A. Eibeck A.D. : Ted Leland Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Big West Arena: Alex G. Spanos Center Capacity: 6,150 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 11-19 Head Coach: Bob Thomason 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 6-10/7th Alma Mater (Year): Pacific (1971) Starters Returning/Lost: 5/0 Record at School (Years): 414-309 (24) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 11/4 Overall Record (Years): 466-336 (27) Newcomers: 5 Assistants: Ron Verlin, Adam Jacobson, Calvin Byrd Media Relations Basketball SID: Mike Millerick Athletic Website: www.PacificTigers.com Email: mmilleri@pacific.edu Press Row Phone: 209-946-2865 Office Phone: 209-946-2866 Mailing Address: 3601 Pacific Ave. SID Fax: 209-946-2757 Stockton, CA 95211

St. Gregory’s Cavaliers

Sam Houston State Bearkats

November 14, 2012 (7 p.m.) • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center)

January 19, 2013 (3:45 p.m.) • Huntsville, Texas (Bernard G. Johnson Col.) February 14, 2013 (7:30 p.m.) • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center)

General Information Location: Shawnee, Okla. President: D. Gregory Main Founded: 1875 A.D. : Dr. Jeff Potter Enrollment: 700 Affiliation: NCAA Division II Nickname: Cavaliers Conference: Sooner Athletic Colors: Navy Blue, Scarlet Red Arena: W.P. Wood Field House and White Capacity: 1,550 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 7-21 Head Coach: John Martin 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 4-18/12th Alma Mater (Year): Oklahoma City (1995) Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Record at School (Years): Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6/9 Overall Record (Years): Newcomers: 12 Assistants: Todd Eilert Media Relations Basketball SID: Brad Collins Email: bmcollins@stgregorys.edu Office Phone: 405-878-5657 SID Fax: 405-878-5376

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General Information Location: Huntsville, Texas Founded: 1879 Enrollment: 17,618 Nickname: Bearkats Colors: Orange and White

President: Dr. Dana Gibson A.D. : Bobby Williams Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Southland Arena: Bernard G. Johnson Col. Capacity: 6,100 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 13-18 Head Coach: Jason Hooten 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 7-9/7th Alma Mater (Year): Tarleton State (1993) Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Record at School (Years): 31-32 (2) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 5/7 Overall Record (Years): Same Newcomers: 8 Assistants: Terrence Rencher, Chris Mudge, Will Weaver Media Relations Basketball SID: Paul Ridings Athletic Website: www.GoBearkats.com Email: ridings@shsu.edu Press Row Phone: 936-294-1838 Office Phone: 936-294-1764 Mailing Address: Box 2268 SID Fax: 936-294-3538 Huntsville, TX 77341

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2011-12 Opponents Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks January 12, 2013 (7:30 p.m.) • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center) February 9, 2013 (6 p.m.) • Nacogdoches, Texas (William R. Johnson Col.)

General Information Location: Hammond, La. Founded: 1925 Enrollment: 15,414 Nickname: Lions Colors: Green and Gold

General Information Location: Nacogdoches, Texas Founded: 1921 Enrollment: 12,845 Nickname: Lumberjacks Colors: Purple & White, Red Trim

President: Dr. Baker Pattillo A.D. : Robert Hill Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Southland Arena: William R. Johnson Col. Capacity: 7,203 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 20-12 Head Coach: Danny Kaspar 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 8-8/2nd Alma Mater (Year): North Texas (1978) Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 Record at School (Years): 219-136 (12) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 4/8 Overall Record (Years): 438-188 (21) Newcomers: 9 Assistants: Brette Tanner, Talvin Hester, Nick Shaw Media Relations Basketball SID: Ben Rikard Athletic Website: www.SFAJacks.com Email: rikardbenja@sfasu.edu Press Row Phone: 936-468-4635 Office Phone: 936-468-5801 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 13010 SID Fax: 936-468-4593 Nacogdoches, TX 75962

UTEP Miners

January 17, 2013 (7:30 p.m.) • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center) February 16, 2013 (7:30 p.m.) • Corpus Christi, Texas (American Bank Center)

November 9, 2012 (TBA) • El Paso, Texas (Don Haskins Center)

General Information Location: Corpus Christi, Texas Founded: 1947 Enrollment: 10,200 Nickname: Islanders Colors: Royal Blue and Green

General Information Location: El Paso, Texas Founded: 1914 Enrollment: 22,640 Nickname: Miners Colors: Dark Blue and Orange

President: Dr. Diana Natalicio A.D. : Bob Stull Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Conference USA Arena: Don Haskins Center Capacity: 12,000 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 15-17 Head Coach: Tim Floyd 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 7-9/T8th Alma Mater (Year): Louisiana Tech (1977) Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Record at School (Years): 40-27 (2) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 6/4 Overall Record (Years): 368-207 (18) Newcomers: 5 Assistants: Phil Johnson, Ken DeWeese, Greg Foster Media Relations Basketball SID: Jeff Darby Athletic Website: www.UTEPAthletics.com Email: jdarby@utep.edu Press Row Phone: 915-747-5154 Office Phone: 915-747-6652 Mailing Address: 201 Glory Road SID Fax: 915-747-5444 El Paso, TX 79902

Tulsa Golden Hurricane December 22, 2012 (7 p.m.) • Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center)

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General Information President: Dr. Steadman Upham Location: Tulsa, Okla. A.D. : Ross Parmley Founded: 1894 Affiliation: NCAA Division I Enrollment: 4,187 Nickname: Golden Hurricane Conference: Conference USA Arena: Reynolds Center Colors: Old Gold, Royal Blue Capacity: 8,355 and Crimson Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 17-14 Head Coach: Danny Manning 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 10-6/T-3rd Alma Mater (Year): Kansas (1991) Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 Record at School (Years): First Season Lettermen Returning/Lost: 4/7 Overall Record (Years): Same Newcomers: 7 Assistants: Brett Ballard, Wendell Moore, Steve Woodberry Media Relations Basketball SID: Eric Hollier Athletic Website: www.TulsaHurricane.com Email: eric-hollier@utulsa.edu Press Row Phone: 918-631-5400 Office Phone: 918-631-2492 Mailing Address: 600 South College Ave. SID Fax: 918-631-3913 Tulsa OK 74104

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President: Dr. Denise M. Trauth A.D. : Dr. Larry Teis Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Western Athletic Arena: Strahan Coliseum Capacity: 7,200 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 13-17 Head Coach: Dough Davalos 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 5-11/T-9th Alma Mater (Year): Houston (1994) Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Record at School (Years): 80-101 (6) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 8/7 Overall Record (Years): 152-136 (10) Newcomers: Assistants: Rob Flaska, Eric Brand, Jason Burton Media Relations Athletic Website: www.TXStateBobcats.com Basketball SID: Denise Thompson Press Row Phone: 512-245-5532 Email: dt24@txstate.edu Mailing Address: 601 University Drive Office Phone: 512-245-2988 San Marcos TX 78666 SID Fax: 512-245-2967

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Texas State Bobcats December 5, 2012 (7 p.m.) • San Marcos, Texas (Strahan Coliseum)

2011-12 Season in Review

President: Dr. Flavius Killebrew A.D. : Scott Lazenby Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Southland Arena: American Bank Center Capacity: 8,100 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 6-24 Head Coach: Willis Wilson 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 4-12/11th Alma Mater (Year): Rice (1982) Starters Returning/Lost: 2/3 Record at School (Years): 6-24 (1) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 7/5 Overall Record (Years): 225-270 (17) Newcomers: 8 Assistants: Marty Gross, Mark Dannhoff, Yaphett King Media Relations Basketball SID: Matt Brady Athletic Website: www.GoIslanders.com Email: matthew.brady@tamucc.edu Press Row Phone: 361-826-4972 Office Phone: 361-825-3410 Mailing Address: 6300 Ocean Drive Corpus Christi, Texas 78412 SID Fax: 361-825-3218

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President: Dr. John L. Crain A.D. : Bart Bellairs Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Southland Arena: University Center Capacity: 7,500 Team Information Coaching staff 2011-12 Record: 12-17 Head Coach: Jim Yarbrough 2011-12 Conf. Record/Finish: 5-11/5th (E) Alma Mater (Year): Florida State (1987) Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1 Record at School (Years): 108-99 (7) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 9/3 Overall Record (Years): 205-141 (12) Newcomers: 5 Assistants: Larry Cordaro, Alex Hausladen, Michael Cyprien Media Relations Basketball SID: Matt Sullivan Athletic Website: www.LionSports.net Email: rsullivan@selu.edu Press Row Phone: 985-549-2326 Office Phone: 985-549-2142 Mailing Address: SLU 10309 SID Fax: 985-549-3773 Hammond, LA 70402

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2012-13 Tournament Information Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout November 21-24 • Anchorage, Alaska (Sullivan Arena) General Information Location: Anchorage, Alaska Dates: November 21-24 Arena: Sullivan Arena Capacity: 8,700 Participating Teams: Alaska Anchorage, Belmont, UC-Riverside, Charlotte, Loyola Marymount, Northeastern, ORU, Texas State Other Information: Four of the teams in the 2012 field went to postseason play last march, including NCAA Tournament trips for Alaska Anchorage and Belmont. ORU went to the NIT and Loyola Marymount made the quarterfinals of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament. Loyola Marymount (2006) and Northeastern (1986) are both former Shootout runners-up. The Shootout is the longest-running regular-season college basketball tournament in the nation, taking place every Thanksgiving in Anchorage since 1978. Media Relations Tournament Contact: Nate Sagan Email: nate@uaa.alaska.edu Office Phone: 907-786-1295

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2013 Southland Conference Tournament March 12-16 • Katy, Texas (Leonard E. Merrell Center) General Information Location: Katy, Texas Dates: March 12-16 Arena: Leonard E. Merrell Center Capacity: 7,200 Tournament Information: The top eight seeds will make the 2013 Southland Conference Tournament. The top four seeds will receive an automatic bye into the quarterfinals, with the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds earning a bye all the way to the semifinals. The winner of the tournament will receive the conference’s automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament. This will be the sixth consecutive year in which the tournament has been held inside the Merrell Center. A different team has won the tournament and represented the Southland Conference in each of the last eight years, dating back to the 2005 tournament. Media Relations Tournament Contact: Todd Lamb Email: tlamb@southland.org Office Phone: 972-422-9400 Ext. 107

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Last Meeting

Alaska Anchorage..................First Meeting...........................................................N/A Arizona...................................First Meeting...........................................................N/A UC-Riverside..........................First Meeting...........................................................N/A Central Arkansas........................Tied, 1-1................................. W, 83-66 (Dec. 4, 1999) Charlotte................................First Meeting...........................................................N/A Lamar..................................ORU Leads, 10-4......................... W, 65-57 (Nov. 24, 2007) Loyola Marymount................ORU Leads, 4-2........................... L, 65-68 (Nov. 10, 2006) McNeese State......................ORU Leads, 2-1............................L, 62-68 (Jan. 22, 1977) Memphis...........................Memphis Leads, 5-2..................L, 78-94 (March 17, 2006)# Missouri State............................Tied, 4-4............................... W, 68-63 (Nov. 30, 2011)

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Nicholls State........................ORU Leads, 2-0...........................W, 72-60 (Jan. 23, 1988) Northwestern State...............NSU Leads, 3-0........................... L, 78-85 (Dec. 18, 2000)

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Opponent

Missouri Southern.................ORU Leads, 2-0............................ W, 77-69 (Dec. 4, 1989)

MEN’S BASKETBALL Wed., March 13

ORU Record vs. 2012-13 Opponents (61-71, .462)

Sat., March 16

Oklahoma.............................OU Leads, 12-2............................. L, 59-73 (Dec. 8, 2011)

No. 8 Seed

Oklahoma Wesleyan..............ORU Leads, 5-0........................ W, 101-60 (Nov. 20, 2004)

Game 1 - 5 p.m. Winner Game 1

No. 5 Seed

Game 3 - 5 p.m. Winner Game 3

Pacific...................................ORU Leads, 1-0.........................W, 79-63 (Feb. 19, 2011)*

No. 4 Seed Game 5 - 5 p.m.

Winner Game 5

St. Gregory’s..........................ORU Leads, 2-0.......................... W, 90-52 (Nov. 29, 2005)

No. 1 Seed

Sam Houston State..............SHSU Leads, 2-1.......................... L, 65-71 (Nov. 24, 2009) Championship Game - 7:30 p.m.

No. 2 Seed

Game 6 - 7:30 p.m.

Southland Tournament Champion and NCAA Automatic Qualifier

Stephen F. Austin...................ORU Leads, 5-4........................... L, 68-71 (Dec. 14, 2002)

Winner Game 6

No. 3 Seed No. 7 Seed

Southeastern Louisiana..........First meeting...........................................................N/A Texas A&M-Corpus Christi... TAMUCC Leads, 1-0................ L, 81-86 OT (Nov. 14, 2007)^

Game 4 - 7:30 p.m. Winner Game 4

UTEP......................................First Meeting...........................................................N/A

Game 2 - 7:30 p.m. Winner Game 2

No. 6 Seed

Texas State............................ORU Leads, 2-1.......................... W, 81-65 (Feb. 15, 1995) The first four games of the 2013 Southland Basketball Tournament will be streamed live for free on the Southland Conference Digital Network, including Southland.org and the league’s iPhone and Android Apps available at: Southland.org/mobile.aspx

Tulsa...................................Tulsa Leads, 31-16......................... L, 68-83 (Nov. 16, 2010)

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2011-12 Season in Review 2012-13 Opponents

NCAA Postseason History................................92-95 Individual Honors................................................. 96 Yearly Records/Coaching Records......................... 97 Scoring............................................................98-99 Field Goals...................................................100-101 3-Point Field Goals......................................102-103 Rebounds........................................................... 104 Assists................................................................ 105 Free Throws.................................................106-107 Steals................................................................. 107 Blocks................................................................. 108 In the NCAA Record Books.................................. 108 Miscellaneous.................................................... 109 Mabee Center Records........................................ 110 Conference Tournament Records........................ 111 Tournament History....................................112-113 1,000 Point Scorers......................................114-121 Retired Jerseys................................................... 121 Letterwinners.................................................... 122 Jersey Numbers.................................................. 123 Season Leaders...........................................124-125 Class Leaders...................................................... 126 Game-by-Game Results..............................127-131 Series Results..............................................134-142 All-Time Records................................................ 142 Year-by-Year Team Stats..............................143-146

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NCAA Postseason History ORU’s first postseason team ever,the 1971-72 edition of the‘run-and-gun’Titans featured four future ORU Hall of Fame members: guard Richard Fuqua, who would finish second in the nation among small-college players in scoring with a 35.9 average; forward Eddie Woods, who averaged 14.5 rebounds per game, still an ORU single-season high; forward Sam McCamey, ORU’s first draftee when he was selected in the eigth round of the 1972 draft by Boston; and guard Eldon Lawyer, Fuqua’s running mate. The team won four straight games to open the season before losing at Murray State 94-87 on Dec. 18. ORU then reeled off a schoolrecord 22 wins in a row, the last being a 94-74 drubbing of Memphis State at Madison Square Garden in the opening round of the NIT. ORU’s season and win streak came to an end three nights later when the Titans lost to St. John’s 94-78. The 1971-72 team, which topped the century mark in scoring 20 times in 28 games, led the nation offensively with a 105.1 points per game average and in rebounding at 60.2 boards per game. ORU finished 16th in the final Associated Press ranking.

1971-72 (26-2) NIT Second Round

FIRST ROW (L TO R): Assistant Coach Jack Sutter, Associate Coach Bloomer Sullivan, Tim Cameron, Larry Baker, Melvin Morton, Eddie Woods, Richard Lucas, Bill Herring, Ingram Montgomery, Sam McCamey, Richard Fuqua, Eldon Lawyer, Assistant Coach Dwayne Roe, Assistant Coach Art Polk. SECOND ROW: Manager Mike Hankins, Manager Donald Goff, Don Martinez, Stan Kerby, Mike McLaughlin, Milton Vaughn, Glenn Buntin, Jesse Traylor, President Oral Roberts, Head Coach Ken Trickey, Mike Lee, Greg Davis, Dwayne Roberson, Steve DeWeese, Joe Yates, Manager Jody Johnson, Manager John Davis.

Making a second consecutive appearance in the NIT,the 1972-73 ORU Titans posted a final record of 21-6, marking the fourth straight 20-win season for the university. Headlining the 1972-73 edition was senior guard Richard Fuqua, who led the team for the fourth straight year in scoring with a 23.5 average. Sophomore center David Vaughn steered the team with Fuqua. He posted averages of 19.2 points and 14.3 rebounds to earn All-American honors along with Fuqua. Both players were drafted following the season, with Fuqua going to Boston and Vaughn to Virginia in the ABA. For the second consecutive year, ORU led the nation in scoring, averaging 97.3 points per outing, while scoring 100 or more points in a contest 11 times. The Titans also ranked first nationally in field-goal attempts per game (98.5) and in rebound margin (+15.3). The 1972-73 team average of 65.9 rebounds per game still stands as a school record. The 1972-73 season did mark the end of ORU’s school-record 52-game home winning streak when Marshall defeated the Titans 106-103 on Feb. 10 in the Homecoming game. The streak had dated back to Feb. 17, 1969, when the Titans played in the old Dome on campus. ORU’s appearance in the NIT came to an abrupt 82-65 end at the hands of North Carolina at the Garden.

1972-73 (21-6) NIT First Round

FIRST ROW (L TO R): Manager Donald Goff, Greg McDougald, Ingram Montgomery, John Patterson, David Vaughn, Head Coach Ken Trickey, Richard Lucas, Bill Herring, Eddie Woods, Melvin Morton, Manager Wally Hamilton. SECOND ROW: Trainer Glenn Smith, Assistant Coach Art Polk, Bill Fredrick, Jesse Traylor, Al Boswell, Richard Fuqua, Larry Baker, Greg Davis, Assistant Coach Dwayne Roe, Assistant Coach Jack Sutter, SID Mal Elliott.

ORU, in just its eighth season of varsity competition, made the big show and almost stole the show, coming within three points of advancing to the Final Four. The Titans finished the regular season 21-5 before receiving the NCAA bid and then proceeded to knock off Syracuse 86-82 in overtime in the sub-Regional in Denton, Texas in the first round and Louisville 96-93 at the Mabee Center to move on to the Elite Eight. ORU’s dream season came to an end on its home floor, however, as Kansas overcame a nine-point deficit in the game’s final minutes to send it to overtime, where the Jayhawks won 93-90. ORU, at 23-6, won 20-plus games for the fifth straight season, closing out Ken Trickey’s five-year coaching stay with an incredible 118-23 record. ORU averaged 94.6 points, the fifth straight season over the 90-point mark under Trickey, whose running style helped revolutionize offensive basketball from then on. Junior guard Sam McCants paced the Titans with a 24.0 scoring average, while senior forward Eddie Woods completed a standout four-year career by leading the team with a 12.1 rebounding average. The Titans finished 18th in the final Associated Press ranking, the second time in three years placing in the Top Twenty.

1973-74 (23-6) NCAA Elite Eight

FIRST ROW (L TO R): Assistant Coach Jack Sutter,Assistant Coach Terry Scott,Alvin Scott,Eddie Woods,Greg McDougald, Richard Lucas,Bill Herring,Willis Collins,Eddie Calbart,Duane Fox,Trainer Glenn Smith,Head Coach Ken Trickey. SECOND ROW: SID Mal Elliott, Manager Max James, David Tucker, Bill Fredrick, Sam McCants, Anthony Roberts, Al Boswell, Rod Eppley, Ken Robinson, Manager Wally Hamilton.

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Five years to the day of the 1977 Titans’ 9089 loss to Oregon, ORU was back in the NIT, hosting state rival Oklahoma at the Mabee Center. The Sooners put a damper on the anniversary festivities with an 81-73 victory, spoiling the Titans’ fifth appearance overall in the NIT. ORU, coming off an 11-16 season in 1980-81, relied on the contributions of both young and old throughout the campaign. Freshman center Mark Acres became just the third first-year player to lead the team in scoring, joining Dana Lewis in 1967-68 and Richard Fuqua in 1969-70, by averaging 14.6 points per game. Acres also paced the Titans in rebounding with an 8.1 average. Senior guard Gary ‘Cat’ Johnson finished second behind Acres with a 14.2 scoring mark and sophomore forward Lester Gill placed third with 12.2 ppg. Acres earned AP honorable mention All-American accolades for his efforts.The Titans,in their third season under head coach Ken Hayes,opened the season 7-3 and used that momentum to overcome injuries and a tough conference slate to qualify for the NIT berth.

1981-82 (18-12) NIT First Round

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FIRST ROW (L TO R): Billy Van Horn, Roger Hilst, Anthony Roberts, Jeff Holtgrewe, Arnold Dugger, Lionel Worrell, David Tucker, Unidentified. SECOND ROW: Alvin Scott, Albert Spencer, Carleton Hurdle, John Hollinden, Chuck Dahms, Elvis Rolle, Arthur Graham.

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ORU returned to the NIT for the fourth time in six years on the strength of a 21-6 regularseason record. Unfortunately, the team’s appearance in the NIT was short-lived as Oregon spoiled a record-setting performance by senior forward Anthony ‘Woosie’ Roberts in a thrilling 90-89 win over the Titans at the Mabee Center. Roberts, who completed the season as the nation’s second-leading scorer with a 34.0 average, blistered the Ducks for 65 points in the NIT loss, setting a single-game tournament high that still stands today. Woosie, who also averaged 9.2 rebounds while shooting 54.4 percent, earned consensus All-American honors for his senior-season heroics. Joining Roberts to form ORU’s Titan-ic trio were senior guard Arnold Dugger and senior forward Alvin Scott. Dugger concluded the season with 501 career assists and still holds the record while accomplishing the feat in just three seasons. Scott swatted away a team-leading 81 shots and led the team in rebounding with a 9.5 average. His season block total is an ORU record. Roberts, Dugger and Scott were all drafted in 1977, with Roberts going in the first round to Denver. Scott, picked by Phoenix in the seventh round, enjoyed a long career with the Suns.

1976-77 (21-7) NIT First Round

Coaching Staff

FIRST ROW (L TO R): Pete Morgan, Kevin Dublynn, Jeff Holtgrewe, Bill Fredrick, Arnold Dugger, Rod Eppley, Vincent Banks, David Tucker, Ken Robinson. SECOND ROW: Assistant Coach Draff Young, Trainer Glenn Smith, Greg Esquibel, Anthony Roberts, Duane Fox, Harold Johnson, Willis Collins, Alvin Scott, Eddie Calbart, Assistant Coach Bobby Watson, Head Coach Jerry Hale.

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The Titans did not skip a beat under new head coach Jerry Hale, posting a 20-8 record and advancing to postseason play for the fourth straight year. The team’s appearance in the NIT at Madison Square Garden marked the third time in four seasons in the postseason classic for the Titans, who nipped Memphis State 97-95 in the first round before losing a hard-fought battle to Oregon 68-59 four nights later. Sophomore forward Anthony Roberts blossomed into an offensive force and gave an extended glimpse of things to come by averaging 22.4 points per game to lead the team. Roberts had averaged just 5.2 points per outing in limited action the year before. He was followed closely by fellow sophomore Arnold Dugger, who averaged 17.1 points in his first season with the Titans after coming to ORU with Hale from the junior college level. Roberts and Dugger would each earn All-American honors at the end of the season, with Roberts being named to the Independent First Team squad. The team’s 20-8 record marked the sixth consecutive 20-plus win campaign and included wins over Texas A&M, Jacksonville and Southern Illinois.

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NCAA Postseason History Visions of the final-eight Titans of ten years earlier danced in the heads of the 198384 Titans as ORU advanced to the NCAA Tournament after winning the Midwestern Collegiate Conference postseason party with a 68-66 decision over Xavier. The Titans had won the regular season conference title with an 11-3 record and then took all three games in the MCC tourney to gain the right to play Memphis State in Memphis, Tenn., in first-round NCAA play. ORU, behind junior center Mark Acres’ 28 points, gave Memphis State all it could handle but eventually bowed in defeat 92-83 to the homestanding Tigers. Acres, the MCC Player of the Year, was on his way to his third straight All-American season in which he would finish with teamleading averages of 20.8 points and 10.5 rebounds. He was not alone during ORU’s march to the NCAA Tournament, receiving support from junior teammates Sam Potter (18.1 ppg) and Jeff Acres (15.0), his older brother who bounced back from a redshirt season to play a key role in the Titans’ resurgence. ORU, which opened the season with a 4-5 start, turned things around the rest of the way, posting a 17-4 record on its way to the MCC crown.

1983-84 (21-10) NCAA First Round

Oral Roberts advanced to Division I postseason play for the first time since 1983-84 and the first time as the Golden Eagles. With the leadership of four seniors and the impressive play of junior sensation shooting guard Tim Gill, Head Coach Bill Self led his team to a postseason berth for the first time under his direction in the fourth and last season of his tenure as head coach. ORU’s final regular season record was 21-6, and this was the Golden Eagles’ final year as an independent. Victories over such teams as No. 16 Arkansas, nationally ranked Tulsa and established Oklahoma State were not enough to give ORU an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament, but the National Invitation Tournament did extend a bid. The Eagles gladly accepted and headed up to South Bend, Ind., to face Notre Dame and Big East player of the year Pat Garrity on Wednesday, March 12, 1997. ORU went into the game with wins in 12 of its last 13 games, but whatever the reason, the Golden Eagles did not show up to play against the Fighting Irish. Notre Dame only led by six at the half (35-29), but extended its lead to as many as 18 points in the second period (74-56 at 0:15) and ended up winning by 16, 74-58. Gill still led all scorers in the contest with 21 points.

1996-97 (21-7) NIT First Round

FIRST ROW (L TO R): James Kruse, Jerry Belton, Tim Gill, Eric Perry, Earl McClellan, Daniel Chee. SECOND ROW: Clifford Crenshaw, Chad Wilkerson, Rocky Walls, Blake Moses, Jay Henderson, Kevin Scruggs, Derrick Taylor.

A much-anticipated season culminated with post-season tournament berth, though it wasn’t the tournament the Golden Eagles had hoped for. Following a 23-win regular season,a Mid-Continent Conference regularseason title and a pair of wins in the Mid-Con Tournament, the Golden Eagles were stunned in the Mid-Con finals by Oakland, losing 61-60 at John Q. Hammons Arena in Tulsa.The Golden Eagles accepted a bid to the NIT -- their first post-season berth in eight years -- and lost 85-72 at Maryland in a nationally televised first round game. Caleb Green enjoyed a monster sophomore season, earning Mid-Con Player of the Year honors and also capturing Associated Press All -America (HM) honors, the first ORU All-American in over 20 years. Head coach Scott Sutton was honored as the NABC District 12 co-Coach of the Year, sharing the honor with his father,Oklahoma State’s Eddie Sutton.ORU picked up several impressive wins,most notably a defeat of Georgetown in the Hawaii Rainbow Classic,and an ESPN Bracket Buster win at Southwest Missouri State. The Golden Eagles handed Tulsa a record-setting 70-47 defeat in the annual Mayor’s Cup game. a

FIRST ROW (L to R): Mike Morgan, Josh Hamilton, Chris Riouse, Ken Tutt, Jonathan Bluitt, Kasey Stewart, Eric Fowlkes, Ben Haynes. SECOND ROW (L to R): Andrew Meloy, Larry Owens, Mickey Michalec, Matt Gastel, Caleb Green, Schuyler Thomas, Yemi Ogunoye, Moses Ehambe, Luke Spencer-Gardner.

2004-05 (25-8) NIT First Round

One year after coming so close to reaching their first NCAA Tournament in over 20 years, the Golden Eagles finally advanced to the Big Dance. Plagued by injuries to key players throughout the season, the Golden Eagles rallied down the regular-season’s home stretch, tying IUPUI for the Mid-Continent Conference regularseason title on the final day. ORU again earned the No. 1 seed for the Mid-Con Tournament and this time, there was no miracle, last-second shot in the title game. ORU romped by Chicago State, 85-72, in the title game in Tulsa, earning the school’s first NCAA Tournament berth in 22 years. Junior guard Ken Tutt, who earlier missed 10 conference games with a broken foot, earned Tournament MVP honors. Despite being a 16 seed for the NCAA Tournament , the Golden Eagles were much-ballyhooed in the days leading up to their meeting with No. 1 seed Memphis, with some so-called “experts” labelling the Golden Eagles as the best No. 16 seed ever. ORU gave the Tigers a good tussle, but eventually came up short in Dallas. Junior forward Caleb Green once again enjoyed a tremendous season, claiming his second straight Mid-Con Player of the Year honor, and once again earning honorable mention All-America honors from the AP. The Golden Eagles enjoyed significant nationwide exposure, playing on national television three different times, including a 68-48 win over Southern Cal on ESPN2 while at the Great Alaska Shootout. The Golden Eagles kept the Mayor’s Cup at the Mabee Center for the third straight season with a 62-48 defeat of Tulsa.

2005-06 (21-12) NCAA First Round

FIRST ROW (L to R): Adam Liberty, Jonathan Bluitt, Moses Ehambe, Chris Riouse, Eric Fowlkes, Daren Jordan. SECOND ROW (L to R): Andrew Meloy, Larry Owens, Yemi Ogunoye, Mickey Michalec, Caleb Green, Marchello Vealy,Sylvester Spicer, Ken Tutt.

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Front Row (L-R): Warren Niles, Robert Aery, Mikey Manghum, Roderick Pearson, P.J. Purnell, Jake Lliteras Back Row (L-R): Steven Roundtree, Kris Obaseki, Damen Bell-Holter, Shawn Glover, Dominique Morrison, Michael Craion.

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Dominique Morrison led the way, earning Summit League Player of the Year honors, while Michael Craion earned second team honors. Warren Niles and Steven Roundtree were named to the honorable mention AllSummit League team. Roundtree was named the Sixth Man of the Year by the conference and Coach Scott Sutton was named the League’s Coach of the Year. The Golden Eagles stayed undefeated at home (15-0) during the regular season and earned non-conference victories over then-ranked No. 8 Xavier and Akron in the SEARS/ESPN BracketBuster game on ESPN2. With a 17-1 record in Summit League play, the Golden Eagles won the Summit League Regular Season Championship by two games and earned an automatic bid to the NIT. The 27 victories is the most in school history at the Division I level and although they didn’t win the tournament title, ORU was in the discussion for an at-large bid into the NCAA Championships. The streak of .500 seasons easily moved to 11 straight, as ORU finished the regular season strong with six-straight wins and before that had a winning streak of 13, tying for the fourth-longest streak in ORU history as a Division I program.

2011-12 (27-6) NIT First Round

2011-12 Season in Review

Front Row (L-R): Mikey Manghum, Jake Lliteras, Robert Aery, Hunter McClintock, Roderick Pearson, Jr., Alex Desir. Back Row (L-R): Warren Niles, Chris Angsomwine, Tim Morton, Steven Roundtree, Javier Nasarre, Damen BellHolter, Dominique Morrison, Michael Craion.

Led by Mid Major All-American Dominique Morrison and Mid Major Freshman of the Year Steven Roundtree, the Golden Eagles overcame a slow start to the season,including an initial record of 5-12 over 17 games. Once into the flow of Summit League play, ORU rattled off 10-straight wins, including an overtime thriller against UMKC and wins in the first two rounds of the Summit League tournament to get the Golden Eagles back to the Championships game. Morrison earned first-team all-conference honors, while Roundtree was named to the all-newcomer team and the Summit League Newcomer of the Year. For his play in the tournament, Morrison also earned recognition on the all-tournament team. The team set an ORU record for the tournament with a combined 231 points and tied records for free throw attempts (74) and steals (20). Shortly after the championship game, Coach Scott Sutton announced that his team would be back in the postseason as the Golden Eagles accepted a bid to play in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament. The tournament sent ORU to Dallas, Texas for the first round matchup against SMU. In addition to a runner-up finish in both the regular season and conference tournament, the Golden Eagles extended the streak of consecutive seasons above the .500 mark to 10.

2010-11 (19-16) CIT First Round

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Front Row (L-R): Jonathan Dunn, Ben Haynes, Moses Ehambe, Kelvin Sango, Robert Jarvis, Curtis Allen, Joe Moore. Back Row (L-R): Adam Liberty, Kyron Stokes, Marchello Vealy, Yemi Ogunoye, Shawn King, Kevin Ford, Marcus Lewis, Andre Hardy.

With the loss of 2,000-point scorers Caleb Green and Ken Tutt,the Golden Eagles couldn’t possibly win a fourth straight Summit League title and advance to their third straight NCAA Tournament, right? Wrong. A foursome of unheralded seniors and a high-scoring newcomer helped propel ORU to the unlikeliest of championship seasons. The best defense in school history didn’t hurt, either. Seniors Moses Ehambe, Shawn King, Adam Liberty and Yemi Ogunoye guided ORU to a 24-9 overall record and a 16-2 Summit League mark, which included a record 13-0 start. Regular-season wins over Tulsa and Oklahoma State, and near-misses at Texas and Arkansas signalled the latest edition of the Golden Eagles was no fluke. And the end-of-season hardware proved it. Head coach Scott Sutton earned a long overdue nod as Summit League Coach of the Year. Junior guard Robert Jarvis sparked ORU’s offense off the bench, leading the nation’s reserves in scoring at 16.1 points per game on his way to Summit League Sixth Man of the Year. Ogunoye, a defensive stalwart for five seasons, earned Summit League Defensive Player of the Year, and Ehambe, on the strength of a record eight three-pointers in the opening round and 25 points in the championship game, earned Summit League Tournament MVP honors.

2007-08 (24-9) NCAA First Round

Coaching Staff

FIRST ROW (L to R): Adam Liberty, Curtis Allen, Ken Tutt, Kelvin Sango, Daren Jordan, Ben Haynes, Matt Scherbenske. SECOND ROW (L to R): Moses Ehambe, Egidijus Budrikus, Marcus Lewis, Caleb Green, Shawn King, Yemi Ogunoye, Marchello Vealy, Sylvester Spicer.

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With seniors Caleb Green and Ken Tutt leading the way, the Golden Eagles made history by making becoming the first ORU team to reach consecutive NCAA Tournaments. Green, who became the Mid-Continent Conference’s alltime leader in points and rebounds, earned conference player of the year for the third time and captured Mid-Con Tournament MVP honors. But it was Tutt’s clutch shooting which carried the Golden Eagles to the tournament title. Tutt banked in a running jumper with 31 seconds remaining to give ORU a come-frombehind victory over Oakland and a second straight NCAA Tournament berth. The basket not only gave ORU a title, but also put Tutt at 2,000 career points, making him and Green just the seventh duo in NCAA history to reach 2,000 together. But it wasn’t just post-season success which the Golden Eagles enjoyed. On Nov. 15, ORU enjoyed the biggest regular-season victory in school history with a shocking 78-71 win at No. 3 Kansas. Marchello Vealy, who later won Mid-Con Sixth Man of the Year honors, scored a career-high 22 points off the bench, hitting seven consecutive three-pointers during the game.

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Individual Honors All-Americans First Team 1974-75........Anthony Roberts.............................. Independent 1989-90........Greg Sutton...................................................NAIA 1990-91........Greg Sutton ..................................................NAIA Second Team 1970-71........Richard Fuqua..................................NABC College 1975-76........Anthony Roberts.........................Associated Press Third Team 1971-72........Richard Fuqua.............................Associated Press 1971-72........Richard Fuqua........................................ Converse 1972-73........Richard Fuqua.............................Associated Press 1972-73........Richard Fuqua..... Citizens Savings Ath. Foundation Honorable Mention 1972-73........David Vaughn...............................Street & Smith’s 1979-80........Calvin Garrett......................................... Converse 1981-82........Mark Acres..................................Associated Press 1982-83........Mark Acres..................................Associated Press 1983-84........Mark Acres..................................Associated Press 1984-85........Mark Acres..................................Associated Press 2004-05........Caleb Green.................................Associated Press 2005-06........Caleb Green.................................Associated Press 2006-07........Caleb Green.................................Associated Press 2011-12........Dominique Morrison...................Associated Press Miscellaneous 1973-74........Sam McCants........Citizens Savings Ath. Foundation 1976-77........Arnold Dugger......Citizens Savings Ath. Foundation 1976-77........Anthony Roberts...Citizens Savings Ath. Foundation 2010-11.........Dominique Morrison.. CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major 2011-12.........Dominique Morrison.. CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Freshman 2003-04........Caleb Green......CollegeBasketballNews.com (3rd) 2003-04........Ken Tutt...........CollegeBasketballNews.com (3rd) 2003-04........Ken Tutt......................................Rivals.com (HM) 2008-09........Dominique Morrison....CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major 2009-10........Warren Niles...........CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major 2010-11.........* Steven Roundtree..CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major * - Freshman of the Year ...................... NABC All-District 1972..............Richard Fuqua.......................................... 2nd Team 1973..............Richard Fuqua.......................................... 2nd Team 1974..............Sam McCants............................................ 2nd Team 1976..............Anthony Roberts...................................... 2nd Team 1977..............Anthony Roberts........................................1st Team 1979..............Calvin Garrett........................................... 2nd Team 1980..............Calvin Garrett........................................... 2nd Team 1985..............Mark Acres................................................ 2nd Team 2004..............Caleb Green.............................................. 2nd Team 2006..............Caleb Green.............................................. 2nd Team 2007..............Caleb Green.............................................. 2nd Team 2008..............Robert Jarvis............................................ 2nd Team 2011..............Dominique Morrison................................ 2nd Team 2012..............Dominique Morrison..................................1st Team NABC District Coach of the Year 2005..............Scott Sutton.............................................District 12 All-Conference Summit League/Mid-Continent Conference (C=Coaches, M=Media) 1997-98 Tim Gill...........................................................First Team (C, M) Rocky Walls....................................................First Team (C, M) Derrick Taylor.................................................Second Team (C)

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1998-99 Chad Wilkerson..............................................First Team (C, M) Derrick Taylor............................................ Second Team (C, M) 1999-2000 Eric Perry................................ First Team (C), Second Team (M) 2001-02 Reggie Borges................................................First Team (C, M) Markius Barnes......................................... Second Team (C, M) 2002-03 Reggie Borges..........................................................First Team Luke Spencer-Gardner......................................... Second Team 2003-04 Caleb Green..............................................................First Team Ken Tutt....................................................................First Team 2004-05 Caleb Green..............................................................First Team Ken Tutt....................................................................First Team 2005-06 Caleb Green..............................................................First Team Larry Owens.............................................................First Team 2006-07 Caleb Green..............................................................First Team Ken Tutt....................................................................First Team 2007-08 Robert Jarvis............................................................First Team Shawn King......................................................... Second Team 2008-09 Robert Jarvis............................................................First Team Marcus Lewis............................................................First Team 2009-10 Dominique Morrison................................................First Team Michael Craion.................................................... Second Team 2010-11 Dominique Morrison................................................First Team Damen Bell-Holter.................................... Honorable Mention Warren Niles.............................................. Honorable Mention 2011-12 Dominique Morrison................................................First Team Michael Craion.................................................... Second Team Warren Niles.............................................. Honorable Mention Steven Roundtree..................................... Honorable Mention Player of the Year 1998-99...........................................................Chad Wilkerson 2004-05................................................................Caleb Green 2005-06................................................................Caleb Green 2006-07................................................................Caleb Green 2011-12.................................................. Dominique Morrison Coach of the Year 2001-02.........................................................Scott Sutton (M) 2007-08............................................................... Scott Sutton 2011-12............................................................... Scott Sutton Newcomer of the Year 2001-02............................................................ Reggie Borges 2003-04......................................................................Ken Tutt 2009-10............................................................Michael Craion 2010-11.......................................................Steven Roundtree Defensive Player of the Year 2005-06............................................................... Larry Owens 2007-08............................................................ Yemi Ogunoye Sixth Man of the Year 2006-07.......................................................... Marchello Vealy 2007-08.............................................................. Robert Jarvis 2011-12.......................................................Steven Roundtree All-Newcomer 2000-01...........................................................Markius Barnes

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2001-02............................................................ Reggie Borges .......................................................................... Tyrone Tigges 2003-04................................................................Caleb Green ...................................................................................Ken Tutt 2004-05............................................................... Larry Owens 2006-07................................................................Shawn King 2007-08.............................................................. Robert Jarvis ...........................................................................Marcus Lewis 2008-09.................................................................. Kevin Ford ............................................................... Dominique Morrison 2009-10............................................................Michael Craion ............................................................................Warren Niles 2010-11.......................................................Steven Roundtree All-Tournament 2000-01...........................................................Markius Barnes 2001-02............................................................... Tyrone Tiggs 2004-05................................................................Caleb Green .........................................................................Andrew Meloy ...................................................................................Ken Tutt 2005-06................................................................Caleb Green ............................................................................ Larry Owens ........................................................................ Ken Tutt (MVP) 2006-07..................................................... Caleb Green (MVP) ...................................................................................Ken Tutt 2007-08................................................ Moses Ehambe (MVP) ........................................................................... Robert Jarvis 2010-11.................................................. Dominique Morrison Midwestern Collegiate Conference 1979-80 Calvin Garrett...........................................................First Team Antonio Martin........................................................First Team 1980-81 Steve Bontrager.................................................. Second Team Jeff Acres................................................... Honorable Mention 1981-82 Gary “Cat” Johnson.............................................. Second Team Mark Acres.......................................................... Second Team 1982-83 Mark Acres...............................................................First Team Reggie Clement................................................... Second Team 1983-84 Mark Acres...............................................................First Team Sam Potter.......................................................... Second Team 1984-85 Mark Acres...............................................................First Team 1985-86 Akin Akin-Otiko................................................... Second Team 1986-87 Akin Akin-Otiko................................................... Second Team Player of the Year 1982-83...........................................................Mark Acres (co) 1983-84..................................................................Mark Acres Rookie of the Year 1981-82...........................................................Mark Acres (co) All-Freshman 1983-84................................................................. Brian Miles All-Tournament 1979-80...................................................Calvin Garrett (MVP) ........................................................................Antonio Martin 1982-83..................................................................Mark Acres 1983-84..................................................................Mark Acres ....................................................................Sam Potter (MVP) 1984-85..................................................................Mark Acres

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Yearly Records PPG - 81.2 90.1 87.8 93.0 104.1 105.1 97.3 94.6 83.4 80.2 81.8 69.7 81.1 87.4 78.3 76.6 69.7 82.9 74.9 68.5 66.9 77.6 86.1 101.7 98.7 85.0 80.9 71.7 72.4 75.7 75.2 80.2 77.4 72.3 71.4 76.1 77.5 80.9 77.3 74.9 71.8 69.2 70.8 70.1 74.7 72.6

OPP Postseason - - 76.6 84.7 82.5 83.8 90.1 NIT 84.9 NIT 84.1 NCAA 78.7 NIT 71.2 69.9 NIT 69.9 76.9 84.6 80.4 74.6 NIT 70.4 78.0 NCAA 73.3 69.4 70.1 88.0 90.0 84.5 NAIA Tourn. 86.6 NAIA Dist. 92.5 100.8 82.3 74.7 68.3 64.6 NIT 72.1 73.2 73.1 76.6 70.1 - 70.2 76.2 67.6 NIT 68.1 NCAA 64.9 NCAA 62.0 NCAA 66.4 - 66.1 - 72.7 CIT 65.8 NIT

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Place Coach - Bill White - Bill White - Bill White - Bill White - Ken Trickey - Ken Trickey - Ken Trickey - Ken Trickey - Ken Trickey - Jerry Hale - Jerry Hale - Jerry Hale - Lake Kelly - Lake Kelly 2nd Ken Hayes T3rd Ken Hayes 2nd Ken Hayes T2nd Ken Hayes, Dick Acres 1st Dick Acres 3rd Dick Acres 4th Ted Owens T3rd Ted Owens - Ken Trickey - Ken Trickey - Ken Trickey - Ken Trickey - Ken Trickey - Ken Trickey - Bill Self - Bill Self - Bill Self - Bill Self 2nd Barry Hinson T1st Barry Hinson 5th Scott Sutton T-7th Scott Sutton T-2nd Scott Sutton 4th Scott Sutton T-2nd Scott Sutton 1st Scott Sutton T-1st Scott Sutton 1st Scott Sutton 1st Scott Sutton 2nd Scott Sutton 3rd Scott Sutton 2nd Scott Sutton 1st Scott Sutton

2011-12 Season in Review

NEUTRAL CONF. 1-1 - 3-1 - 0-2 - 4-2 - 0-0 - 2-1 - 1-0 - 1-2 - 2-1 - 2-2 - 1-1 - 2-1 - 1-2 - 1-1 - 3-1 4-1 0-0 6-5 0-0 8-4 0-1 10-4 3-0 11-3 0-0 8-6 0-1 5-7 0-3 5-7 0-2 - 1-0 - 7-2 - 3-1 - 1-2 - 0-0 - 0-2 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 1-0 - 2-3 12-4 2-2 10-4 2-4 8-8 1-4 5-11 3-2 10-4 1-2 9-5 1-1 10-6 3-2 13-3 5-2 13-3 5-1 12-2 4-2 16-2 1-3 14-4 2-2 13-5 3-3 13-5 2-2 17-1 77-67 213-100 .535 .680

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HOME ROAD 10-2 5-7 9-1 5-7 11-0 7-4 6-2 4-6 15-0 12-4 11-0 8-4 14-0 11-2 15-2 5-2 18-1 3-4 14-2 4-4 15-1 4-4 14-2 5-4 8-6 4-6 13-2 3-7 12-1 3-8 10-6 1-10 12-5 6-7 10-5 4-8 11-3 7-7 11-6 4-9 7-10 3-7 10-5 1-9 8-8 0-11 3-8 4-12 18-0 11-4 16-2 10-3 7-4 2-12 5-5 0-17 5-8 1-11 9-6 1-11 11-4 7-5 14-0 6-7 11-1 6-8 10-2 5-7 8-4 3-9 7-7 2-8 9-4 5-8 12-1 5-7 10-3 6-7 11-1 11-5 10-2 6-8 12-2 6-8 12-1 8-6 9-2 6-10 10-3 8-8 9-3 7-10 15-1 10-4 507-144 245-357 .780 .406

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W-L 16-10 17-9 18-6 14-10 27-4 21-5 26-2 21-6 23-6 20-8 20-6 21-7 13-14 17-10 18-10 11-16 18-12 14-14 21-10 15-15 10-18 11-17 8-21 8-20 36-6 29-6 10-18 5-22 6-21 10-17 18-9 21-7 19-12 17-11 13-17 10-19 17-14 18-10 17-11 25-8 21-12 23-11 24-9 16-15 20-13 19-16 27-7 829-556 .599

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YEAR 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 TOTALS 47 SEASONS

Conference contests from 1979-1987 are in the Midwestern Collegiate Conference; During the 1989-90 and 1990-91 seasons ORU played in the NAIA; All other seasons starting with the 1971-72 season are NCAA Division I; Beginning in 1997-98, conference contests are in the Mid-Continent Conference; the Mid-Con changed its name to The Summit League prior to the 2007-08 season

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Tenure Yrs. Record Pct. 1965-69 5 65-35 .650 1969-74, 87-93 11 214-116 .648 1974-77 3 61-21 .744 1977-79 2 30-24 .556 1979-83 4 50-43 .538 1982-85 3 47-34 .580 1985-87 2 21-35 .375 1993-97 4 55-54 .505 1997-99 2 36-23 .610 1999-pres. 13 250-162 .607

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Scoring TEAM RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-SEASON

YEARLY LEADERS

Most Points Scored

500-POINT CLUB (NCAA DIVISION I) Rk Name Years Pts. 1. Richard Fuqua................... 1971-72.............. 1,006 2. Anthony Roberts............... 1976-77................. 951 3. Caleb Green...................... 2006-07................. 698 4. Sam McCants.................... 1973-74................. 697 5. Ray Thompson.................. 1991-92................. 688 6. Caleb Green...................... 2005-06................. 686 7. Dominique Morrison......... 2011-12................. 674 8. Mark Acres........................ 1983-84................. 646 9. Caleb Green...................... 2004-05................. 639 10. Ray Thompson.................. 1992-93................. 638 11. Anthony Roberts............... 1975-76................. 630 12. Anthony Roberts............... 1974-75................. 626 13. Calvin Garrett.................... 1979-80................. 623 14. Greg Sutton...................... 1988-89................. 614 15. Richard Fuqua................... 1972-73................. 611 16. Dominique Morrison......... 2010-11................. 603 17. Sebastian Neal.................. 1991-92................. 582 18. Ken Tutt............................ 2003-04................. 579 19. Calvin Garrett.................... 1978-79................. 567 Ken Tutt............................ 2004-05................. 563 21. Caleb Green...................... 2005-06................. 562 Haywoode Workman........ 1987-88................. 562 23. Richard Fuqua................... 1969-70................. 561 24. Sam Potter........................ 1983-84................. 560 Tim Gill............................. 1997-98................. 560 26. Haywoode Workman......... 1988-89................. 557 Ken Tutt............................ 2006-07................. 551 28. Mark Acres........................ 1984-85................. 544 29. Al Boswell......................... 1973-74................. 534 30. Robert Jarvis..................... 2008-09................. 533 31. Mark Acres........................ 1982-83................. 526 32. David Vaughn.................... 1972-73................. 519 33. Dominique Morrison......... 2009-10................. 506 34. Reggie Borges................... 2002-03................. 504 35. Tim Gill............................. 1996-97................. 502 Warren Niles............... 2010-11............ 502 --NON-DIVISION I 500-POINT CAMPAIGNS-** Greg Sutton...................... 1989-90.............. 1,256 ** Greg Sutton...................... 1990-91.............. 1,200 * Richard Fuqua................... 1970-71................. 826 ** Clarence Thompson............. 1989-90................. 749 ** Anthony Jones.................. 1990-91................. 684 * Haywood Hill.................... 1970-71................. 570 * Richard Fuqua................... 1969-70................. 561 * Bill Hull............................. 1968-69................. 508 * Haywood Hill.................... 1969-70................. 501

Year Player Avg. Pts. 1966-67....... Bobby Hodge................... 16.1.............418 1966-67....... Mel Reed......................... 16.1.............418 1967-68....... Dana Lewis...................... 16.0.............383 1968-69....... Bill Hull............................ 21.2.............508 1969-70....... Richard Fuqua................. 18.1.............561 1970-71....... Richard Fuqua................. 31.8.............826 1971-72....... Richard Fuqua................. 35.9..........1,006 1972-73....... Richard Fuqua................. 23.5.............611 1973-74....... Sam McCants................... 24.0.............697 1974-75....... Anthony Roberts............. 22.4.............626 1975-76....... Anthony Roberts............. 24.2.............630 1976-77....... Anthony Roberts............. 34.0.............951 1977-78....... Lamont Reid.................... 16.4.............426 1978-79....... Calvin Garrett.................. 21.0.............567 1979-80....... Calvin Garrett.................. 22.2.............623 1980-81....... Steve Bontrager............... 16.3.............441 1981-82....... Mark Acres....................... 14.6.............322 1982-83....... Mark Acres....................... 18.8.............526 1983-84....... Mark Acres....................... 20.8.............646 1984-85....... Mark Acres....................... 18.8.............544 1985-86....... Akin Akin-Otiko............... 14.1.............395 1986-87....... Akin Akin-Otiko............... 15.0.............421 1987-88....... Haywoode Workman.......... 19.4.............562 1988-89....... Greg Sutton..................... 21.9.............614 1989-90....... Greg Sutton..................... 30.6..........1,256 1990-91....... Greg Sutton..................... 34.3..........1,200 1991-92....... Ray Thompson................. 25.5.............688 1992-93....... Ray Thompson................. 23.6.............638 1993-94....... Fred Smith....................... 14.6.............395 1994-95....... Tim Gill............................ 16.3.............424 1995-96....... Tim Gill............................ 17.5.............473 1996-97....... Tim Gill............................ 17.9.............502 1997-98....... Tim Gill............................ 18.1.............560 1998-99....... Chad Wilkerson................ 16.4.............459 1999-00....... Nathan Binam................. 13.2.............397 2000-01....... Markius Barnes................ 16.0.............448 2001-02....... Reggie Borges................. 14.4.............432 2002-03 ....... Reggie Borges................. 18.0.............504 2003-04....... Ken Tutt........................... 20.7.............579 2004-05....... Caleb Green..................... 19.4.............639 2005-06....... Caleb Green..................... 20.8.............686 2006-07....... Caleb Green..................... 20.5.............698 2007-08....... Robert Jarvis................... 16.1.............483 2008-09....... Robert Jarvis................... 17.2.............533 2009-10....... Dominique Morrison....... 15.3.............506 2010-11....... Dominique Morrison....... 19.5.............603 2011-12....... Dominique Morrison....... 19.8.............674

*-Accomplished before ORU’s move to NCAA Major College/Division I **-Accomplished at the NAIA level

* Part of career player ORU was not a member of NCAA Major College / Division I

Game: 155 vs. Union (Tenn.) (2-24-72) Game vs. NCAA D-I Opponent: 126 vs. Stetson (2-17-79) Half: 84 vs. Union (Tenn.) (2-24-72) Half vs. NCAA D-I Opponent: 70 (first half) vs. UT-Arlington (12-17-01) Season: 4,270* (1989-90); 2,943 (1971-72) Season Scoring Avg: 105.1 (1971-72)

Fewest Points Scored Game: 40 vs. Illinois State (12-11-82) Half: 14 vs. Tulsa (12-19-85) Season: 1,873 (1986-87)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Most Points Scored Game: 68*, Greg Sutton vs. Oklahoma City (12/5/90) 66, Anthony Roberts vs. North Carolina A&T (2/19/77) Half: 42, Anthony Roberts vs. North Carolina A&T (2/19/77) Season: 1,006, Richard Fuqua (1971-72)

Highest Scoring Average Season: 35.9, Richard Fuqua (1971-72) Career: 29.5*, Greg Sutton (1988-91) 27.1, Richard Fuqua (1969-73)

CAREER LEADERS Points Scored 1. Greg Sutton.....................1988-91**........... 3,070 2. Richard Fuqua..................1969-73*............. 3,004 3. Caleb Green.....................2003-07............... 2,503 4. Anthony Roberts..............1973-77............... 2,341 12 6. Mark Acres.......................1981-85............... 2,038 7. Ken Tutt...........................2003-07............... 2,019 8. Tim Gill............................1994-98............... 1,959 9. Haywoode Workman.........1986-89............... 1,506 10. Jeff Acres.........................1980-85............... 1,476 Scoring Average 1. Greg Sutton.....................1988-91**............. 29.5 2. Richard Fuqua..................1969-73*............... 27.1 3. Ray Thompson.................1991-93................. 24.6 4. Anthony Roberts..............1973-77................. 21.7 5. Calvin Garrett...................1978-80................. 21.6 6. Sebastian Neal.................1990-92................. 20.6 7. Caleb Green.....................2003-07................. 19.6 8. Haywood Hill...................1969-71................. 19.1 9. Mark Acres.......................1981-85................. 18.5 10. Haywoode Workman.......1986-89................. 17.7 Since 1971-72 NCAA Major College / Division I Only (unless noted)

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Scoring 1. Greg Sutton............................ 1988-91...........................3,070 2. Richard Fuqua......................... 1969-73...........................3,004 3. Caleb Green............................ 2003-07...........................2,503 4. Anthony Roberts..................... 1973-77...........................2,341 5. Dominique Morrison............... 2008-12...........................2,080 6. Mark Acres.............................. 1981-85...........................2,038 7. Ken Tutt.................................. 2003-07............................2,019 8. Tim Gill................................... 1994-98...........................1,959 9. Haywoode Workman................ 1986-89...........................1,506 10. Jeff Acres................................ 1980-85...........................1,476 11. Carl Hardaway........................ 1966-70...........................1,408 12. Eddie Woods........................... 1970-74...........................1,340 13. Ray Thompson........................ 1991-93...........................1,326 14. Warren Niles.................... 2009-Present............. 1,322 15. Arnold Dugger........................ 1974-77...........................1,229 16. Calvin Garrett.......................... 1978-80...........................1,190 17. Rocky Walls............................. 1994-98...........................1,188 18. Clifford Crenshaw................... 1993-97...........................1,146 19. Derrick Taylor.......................... 1996-00...........................1,145 20. Clarence Thompson................ 1988-90...........................1,133 21. Luke Spencer-Gardner............ 2000-05...........................1,111 22. Haywood Hill.......................... 1969-71...........................1,071 23. Josh Atkinson......................... 1999-04...........................1,061 24. Gary Johnson.......................... 1978-82...........................1,059 25. Antonio Martin....................... 1977-80...........................1,039 Eric Perry................................ 1996-00...........................1,039 27. Sebastian Neal........................ 1990-92...........................1,031 28. Robert Jarvis........................... 2007-09...........................1,016 29. Willie Irons............................. 1984-88...........................1,004

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--NON-DIVISION I 40-POINT GAMES-1. 68 Greg Sutton Oklahoma City (A) 2. 60 Richard Fuqua University of the South (H) 3. 57 Richard Fuqua St. Benedict (A) 4. 54 Greg Sutton Arkansas Tech (A) 6. 51 Richard Fuqua Jackson State (H) 6. 49 Greg Sutton Southeast Missouri (H) 7. 48 Greg Sutton Phillips (A) 48 Greg Sutton Texas Southern (N) 9. 46 Greg Sutton Oklahoma City (H) 10. 45 Greg Sutton Georgetown (KY) (N) 45 Greg Sutton Southeast Missouri (A) 12. 44 Greg Sutton Rockhurst (A) 13. 41 Greg Sutton Oklahoma City (N) 14. 40 Anthony Jones Science & Arts (OK) (H) 40 Greg Sutton LeMoyne-Owen (H) 40 Greg Sutton Oklahoma Christian (N) 40 Greg Sutton Southern Nazarene (A)

1,000-Point scorers Date Feb. 19, 1977 Mar. 9, 1977 Jan. 16, 1992 Feb. 24, 1972 Jan. 15, 1972 Mar. 1, 1977 Feb. 17, 1973 Feb. 12, 1972 Feb. 14, 1973 Dec. 29, 1976 Jan. 6, 1975 Dec. 27, 1976 Mar. 6, 1972 Feb. 12, 1977 Mar. 3, 1972 Jan. 31, 1972 Dec. 30, 1976 Feb. 19, 1972 Dec. 18, 1991 Dec. 10, 1988 Mar. 18, 1972 Jan. 17, 1972 Jan. 5, 1972 Dec. 23, 1972 Jan. 15, 1977 Feb. 21, 2002 Dec. 11, 1976 Feb. 14, 2008

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Opponent North Carolina A&T (H) Oregon (NIT) (H) Prairie View A&M (A) Union (TN) (H) Moorhead (MN) State (H) Florida State (A) Trinity (H) Fresno State (H) Illinois State (H) Bowling Green (N) Illinois State (A) North Carolina (N) Pan American (A) North Texas (H) Wisconsin-Milwaukee (A) William Jewell (H) Oregon State (N) West Texas State (H) Oregon State (A) Oklahoma (A) Memphis State (NIT) (N) Butler (A) St. Francis (PA) (H) Texas A&M (H) Illinois State (H) Chicago State (A) Oklahoma State (H) Western Illinois (A)

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INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME (40 or more points) Rk Pts. Player 1. 66 Anthony Roberts 2. 65 Anthony Roberts 3. 52 Ray Thompson 4. 51 Richard Fuqua 51 Richard Fuqua 6. 50 Anthony Roberts 50 Richard Fuqua 50 Richard Fuqua 9. 49 Richard Fuqua 10. 48 Anthony Roberts 48 Anthony Roberts 12. 46 Anthony Roberts 46 Richard Fuqua 14. 45 Anthony Roberts 45 Richard Fuqua 45 Richard Fuqua 17. 43 Anthony Roberts 43 Richard Fuqua 19. 42 Ray Thompson 42 Haywoode Workman 42 Richard Fuqua 42 Richard Fuqua 42 Richard Fuqua 42 Richard Fuqua 25. 41 Anthony Roberts 26. 40 Reggie Borges 40 Anthony Roberts 40 Moses Ehambe

40-Point Games Records & History

Rk Name Years No. 1. Richard Fuqua 1969-73 16* 2. Greg Sutton 1988-91 13** 3. Anthony Roberts 1973-77 10 4. Ray Thompson 1991-93 2 5. Haywoode Workman 1986-89 1 Anthony Jones 1990-91 1** Reggie Borges 2001-03 1 Moses Ehambe 2004-08 1

Greg Sutton (1988-91) remains the all-time leading scorer in ORU history

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Field Goals TEAM RECORDS

Field Goal Percentage (min. 2 seasons & 200 FGM) Rk Name Years FGM-FGA Pct. 1. Shawn King 2006-08 232-389 .596 2. Brian Miles 1983-87 274-480 .571 3. Marcus Lewis 2007-09 277-489 .566 4. Steven Roundtree 2010-pres. 283-501 .565 5. Mark Acres 1981-85 799-1416 .564 6. Caleb Green 2003-07 821-1524 .539 Michael Craion 2009-12 311-577 .539 8. Reggie Clement 1980-83 265-495 .535 9. David Vaughn 1972-73 232-438 .530 10. Kevin Ford 2008-10 233-440 .530

Field Goals Made Game: 70 vs. Union (Tenn.) (2-24-72) Season: 1,548* (1989-90); 1,222 (1971-72)

Field Goals Attempted Game: 126 vs. Union (Tenn.) (2-24-72) Season: 3,343* (1989-90); 2,705 (1971-72)

Highest Field Goal Percentage Game: .693 (45-65) vs. Butler (1-20-84) Season: .525 (1979-80)

Lowest Field Goal Percentage Game: .237 (14-59) vs. Oklahoma St. (1-11-95) Season: .402 (860-2140), 1987-88

INDIVIDUAL SEASON HIGHS

Best Field Goal Percentage Defense Season: .390 (613-1572), 1996-97

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Field Goals Made Game: 25 (4times),last by Anthony Roberts vs.Oregon (NIT) (3-9-77) Season: 423, Richard Fuqua (1971-72) Career: 1,273, Richard Fuqua (1969-73)

Field Goals Attempted Game: 49, Richard Fuqua vs. Illinois St. (2-14-73) Season: 976, Greg Sutton (1989-90)* Div. I Season: 941, Richard Fuqua (1971-72) Career: 2,838, Richard Fuqua (1969-73)** 2,007, Anthony Roberts (1973-77)

Highest Field Goal Percentage Game (min.10 att.): 1.000,Charles Dorsey (11-11) at Butler (2-20-84) Game (min. 5 att.): 1.000, 16 times; Last by Luke SpencerGardner (7-7) at Utah Valley State (12-11-04) Season (min. 100 att): .686 (133-194), Rufus Freeman (1989-90)* Div. I Season (min. 100 att) : .656 (103-157),Brian Miles (1985-86) Career (min. 200 FGA) : .571, Brian Miles (1983-87)

CAREER LEADERS Field Goals Made Rk Name Years 1. Richard Fuqua** 1969-73 2. Greg Sutton* 1988-91 3. Anthony Roberts 1973-77 4 Caleb Green 2003-07 5. Mark Acres 1981-85 6. Dominique Morrison 2008-12 7. Ken Tutt 2003-07 8. Tim Gill 1994-98 9. Carl Hardaway** 1966-70 10. Jeff Acres 1980-85

FG 1,273 1,024 1,006 821 799 687 684 664 608 569

Field Goals Attempted Rk Name Years 1. Richard Fuqua** 1969-73 2. Greg Sutton* 1988-91 3. Anthony Roberts 1973-77 4. Ken Tutt 2003-07 5. Caleb Green 2003-07 6. Dominique Morrison 2008-12 8. Mark Acres 1981-85 8. Tim Gill 1994-98 9. Haywoode Workman 1986-89 10. Carl Hardaway** 1966-70

FGA 2,838 2,398 2,007 1,619 1,524 1,475 1,416 1,391 1,262 1,188

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Field Goals Made (NCAA Division I) Rk Name Years 1. Richard Fuqua 1971-72 2. Anthony Roberts 1976-77 3. Sam McCants 1973-74 4. Ray Thompson 1991-92 5. Anthony Roberts 1975-76 6. Richard Fuqua 1972-73 --NON-DIVISION I-1. Greg Sutton* 1989-90 2. Greg Sutton* 1990-91 3. Richard Fuqua** 1970-71 4. Anthony Jones* 1990-91

FG 423 402 304 284 277 269 417 393 353 276

Field Goals Attempted (NCAA Division I) Name Years 1. Richard Fuqua 1971-72 2. Anthony Roberts 1976-77 3. Sam McCants 1973-74 4. Richard Fuqua 1972-73 5. Richard Fuqua 1970-71 6. Anthony Roberts 1975-76 7. Anthony Roberts 1974-75 8. Greg Sutton 1988-89 9. Ray Thompson 1992-93 10. Ray Thompson 1991-92 --NON-DIVISION I-1. Greg Sutton* 1989-90 2. Greg Sutton* 1990-91 3. Clarence Thompson* 1989-90

FGA 941 739 725 713 701 573 566 564 554 549

Highest Field Goal Percentage (min. 100 FGM) Name Years Att. Pct. 1. Brian Miles 1985-86 103-157 65.6 2. Shawn King 2006-07 105-163 64.4 3. Marcus Lewis 2007-09 165-278 59.4 4. Caleb Green 2003-04 177-300 59.0 5. Mark Acres 1981-82 109-186 58.6 6. Michael Craion 2011-12 144-247 58.3 7. Mark Acres 1984-85 221-380 58.2 Leon Irving 1998-99 114-196 58.2 9. Steven Roundtree 2011-12 124-213 57.1 10. Reggie Borges 2001-02 150-263 57.0 --NON-DIVISION I-1. Rufus Freeman* 1989-90 133-194 68.6

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YEARLY FG PCT. LEADERS (min. 100 att.) Year Player 1966-67 Bobby Hodge 1967-68 Bill Hull 1968-69 Paul Massey 1969-70 Haywood Hill 1970-71 Haywood Hill 1971-72 Eddie Woods 1972-73 Eddie Woods 1973-74 Greg McDougald 1974-75 Vincent Banks 1975-76 Alvin Scott 1976-77 Anthony Roberts 1977-78 Lionel Worrell 1978-79 Calvin Garrett 1979-80 Robert Griffin 1980-81 Gerald Johnson 1981-82 Mark Acres 1982-83 Mark Acres 1983-84 Mark Acres 1984-85 Mark Acres 1985-86 Brian Miles 1986-87 Brian Miles 1987-88 Anthony Davis 1988-89 Howard Suggs 1989-90 Rufus Freeman 1990-91 Anthony Jones 1991-92 Scott Coleman 1992-93 Chris McKinney 1993-94 Fred Smith 1994-95 Rocky Walls 1995-96 Kevin Scruggs 1996-97 Clifford Crenshaw 1997-98 Derrick Taylor 1998-99 Leon Irving 1999-00 Leon Irving 2000-01 Matt Gastel 2001-02 Reggie Borges 2002-03 Reggie Borges 2003-04 Caleb Green 2004-05 Caleb Green 2005-06 Larry Owens 2006-07 Shawn King 2007-08 Shawn King 2008-09 Marcus Lewis 2009-10 Kevin Ford 2010-11 Steven Roundtree 2011-12 Michael Craion

Att. Pct. 171-308 55.5 131-243 53.9 71-125 56.8 208-396 52.5 236-465 50.8 151-272 55.5 139-250 55.6 195-407 47.9 73-153 47.7 85-147 57.8 402-739 54.4 66-124 53.2 245-474 51.6 190-344 55.2 74-139 53.2 109-186 58.6 203-368 55.2 266-482 55.2 221-380 58.2 103-157 65.6 106-194 54.6 75-160 46.9 130-251 51.8 133-194 68.6 276-564 48.9 84-154 54.5 106-227 46.7 160-315 50.8 80-160 50.0 91-165 55.2 117-215 54.4 160-284 56.3 114-196 58.2 93-182 51.1 76-137 55.5 150-263 57.0 175-347 50.4 177-300 59.0 213-386 55.2 156-289 54.0 105-163 64.4 127-226 56.2 165-278 59.4 152-271 56.1 149-284 56.0 144-247 58.3

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Field Goals FIELD GOALS MADE (NCAA DIV. I) Rk FG Player 1. 25 Richard Fuqua 25 Richard Fuqua 25 Anthony Roberts 25 Anthony Roberts 5. 24 Anthony Roberts --NON-DIVISION I-1. 24 Richard Fuqua

Opponent Moorhead State (H) Trinity (H) North Carolina A&T (H) Oregon (H) *NIT* Florida State (A)

Date Jan. 15, 1972 Feb. 17, 1972 Feb. 19, 1977 Mar. 9, 1977 Mar. 1, 1977

St. Benedicts (H)

Dec. 26, 1970

Date Feb. 14, 1973 Feb. 17, 1972 Feb. 24, 1972 Mar. 6, 1972 Dec. 26, 1970 Mar. 2, 1972

Opponent Butler (A) Okla. Baptist (H) S.F. Austin (H) UC-Irvine (A) Rice (A) TCU (A) UMKC (A) UT-Arlington (H) Akron (A) IPFW (A)

Date Feb. 20, 1984 Nov. 24, 1984 Nov. 30, 1996 Dec. 23, 1985 Feb. 22, 1995 Jan. 6, 1994 Jan. 7, 1999 Dec. 17, 2001 Jan. 3, 2011 Feb. 15, 2012

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Richard Fuqua (1969-73) is the school record holder for field goals made in a game, season and career

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FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED (NCAA DIV. I) Rk Att. Player Opponent 1. 49 Richard Fuqua Illinois State (H) 2. 47 Richard Fuqua Trinity (H) 47 Richard Fuqua Union (Tenn.) (H) 4. 46 Richard Fuqua UT-Pan American (A) 5. 44 Richard Fuqua St. Benedicts (H) 44 Richard Fuqua UW-Milwaukee (H)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (NCAA DIV. I) Min. 10 att. Rk Pct. Player FG-A 1. 1.000 Charles Dorsey 11-11 2. .923 Jeff Acres 12-13 .923 Blake Moses 12-13 4. .909 Woody Jones 10-11 .909 Clifford Crenshaw 10-11 6. .900 Tye Fields 9-10 .900 Derrick Taylor 9-10 .900 Reggie Borges 9-10 .900 Damen Bell-Holter 9-10 .900 Michael Craion 9-10

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3-Point Field Goals TEAM RECORDS 3-PT Field Goals Made Game: 20* vs. LeMoyne-Owen (1-8-91) Game, Div. I: 18, twice, last vs.Oakland (2-9-06) Season: 440* (1989-90); 268 (1997-98)

3-PT Field Goals Attempted Game: 53* vs. LeMoyne-Owen (1-8-91) Game, Division I: 41 at Oregon (12-20-91) Season: 1,205* (1989-90); 667 (1997-98)

Highest 3-PT Field Goal Percentage Game (min. 10 att.): .727 (8-11) vs. North Dakota St. (1-5-12) Season: .402 (268-667), 1997-98

Lowest 3-PT Field Goal Percentage Season: .301 (50-166), 1986-87

Best 3-PT FG Percentage Defense Season: .294 (139-472), 2001-02

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS 3-PT Field Goals Made Game: 11*, Greg Sutton vs. Okla. City (12-5-90) Game, Div. I: 10 (17 att.), Chris Riouse at Oakland (2-9-06) Half, Div. I: 8, Ken Tutt at Chattanooga (12/16/06) Season: 185*, Greg Sutton (1990-91) Season, Div. I: 101, Ken Tutt (2003-04) Career: 438*, Greg Sutton (1988-91) Career, Div. I: 333, Tim Gill (1994-98)

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3-PT FG Percentage (NCAA Division I) (min. 50 att.)

Rk Name Years 3PTA 1. Greg Sutton* 1988-91 1,157 2. Ken Tutt 2003-07 775 3. Tim Gill 1994-98 757 4. Eric Perry 1996-00 565 5. Clarence Thompson* 1988-90 553 6. Josh Atkinson 1999-04 539 7. Warren Niles 2009-pres. 537 8. Robert Jarvis 2007-09 459 9. Moses Ehambe 2004-08 447 10. Luke Spencer-Gardner 2000-05 412

Rk Name Year 1. Tim Gill 1997-98 2. Luke Spencer-Gardner 2004-05 3. Chris Riouse 2005-06 4. Tim Gill 1995-96 5. Ken Tutt 2003-04 6. Josh Atkinson 2002-03 7. Eric Perry 1999-00 8. Moses Ehambe 2006-07 9. Tim Gill 1996-97 10. Josh Atkinson 2000-01

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YEARLY 3-PT FG PCT. LEADERS

Rk Name Year 1. Chris Riouse 2004-06 2. Tim Gill 1994-98 3. Luke Spencer-Gardner 2001-05 4. Ken Tutt 2003-07 5. Moses Ehambe 2004-08 6. Phillip Owens 1997-99 7. James Kruse 1994-97 8. Clifford Crenshaw 1993-97 9. Anthony Jones* 1990-91 10. Chad Wilkerson 1995-99

3M-Att. 76-161 333-757 171-412 319-775 183-447 56-139 49-122 134-302 59-151 116-299

INDIVIDUAL SEASON HIGHS 3-PT Field Goals Made (NCAA Division I)

Game (min. 6 att.): 1.000 (6-6) L.Spencer-Gardner at Utah Valley St.,12/11/04 1.000 (6-6) Mikey Manghum vs. South Dakota, 1/26/12

Rk Name Year 1. Ken Tutt 2003-04 2. Tim Gill 1997-98 3. Tim Gill 1995-96 4. Moses Ehambe 2007-08 5. Robert Jarvis 2007-08 6. Nathan Binam 1999-00 Ken Tutt 2006-07 Robert Jarvis 2008-09 9. Tim Gill 1996-97 Greg Sutton 1988-89 --NON-DIVISION I-1. Greg Sutton* 1990-91 2. Greg Sutton* 1989-90 3. Clarence Thompson* 1989-90

Season (min. 50 att.): .485 (95-196), Tim Gill (1997-98) Career (min. 100 att.): .440 (333-757), Tim Gill (1994-98)

3-PT FG’s Attempted (NCAA Division I)

3-PT Field Goals Attempted Game: 26*, Greg Sutton vs. Okla. Christian (12-9-89) Game, Div. I: 18, Greg Sutton vs. Colorado St. (2-11-89) Season: 463*, Greg Sutton (1990-91) Season, Div. I: 251, Robert Jarvis (2008-09) Career: 1,157*, Greg Sutton (1988-91) Career, Div. I: 775, Ken Tutt (2003-07)

Highest 3-PT Field Goal Percentage

CAREER LEADERS 3-PT Field Goals Made Rk Name Years 3PTM 1. Greg Sutton* 1988-91 438 2. Tim Gill 1994-98 333 3. Ken Tutt 2003-07 319 4. Eric Perry 1996-00 214 5. Clarence Thompson* 1988-90 205 6. Josh Atkinson 1999-04 203 7. Warren Niles 2009-pres. 196 8. Moses Ehambe 2004-2008 183 9. Luke Spencer-Gardner 2000-05 171 10. Robert Jarvis 2008-09 169

Pct. 47.2 44.0 41.5 41.2 40.9 40.3 40.2 39.2 39.1 38.8

Rk Name Year 1. Greg Sutton 1988-89 Robert Jarvis 2008-09 3 Ken Tutt 2003-04 4. Nathan Binam 1999-00 5. Ken Tutt 2006-07 6. Moses Ehambe 2007-08 7. Ken Tutt 2004-05 8. Robert Jarvis 2007-08 9. Warren Niles 2010-11 10. Tim Gill 1997-98 —NON-DIVISION I— 1. Greg Sutton* 1990-91 2. Greg Sutton* 1989-90 3. Clarence Thompson* 1989-90

3PTM 101 95 87 86 85 84 84 84 83 83 185 170 137

(min. 50 att.) Year Player 1986-87 Akin Akin-Otiko 1987-88 Kim Kelley 1988-89 Haywoode Workman 1989-90 Greg Sutton 1990-91 Greg Sutton 1991-92 Sebastian Neal 1992-93 Jerome Abbage 1993-94 Chris McKinney 1994-95 Tim Gill 1995-96 Tim Gill 1996-97 Tim Gill 1997-98 Tim Gill 1998-99 Reggie Tate 1999-00 Eric Perry 2000-01 Evan Black 2001-02 Luke Spencer-Gardner 2002-03 Josh Atkinson 2003-04 Ken Tutt 2004-05 Luke Spencer-Gardner 2005-06 Chris Riouse 2006-07 Moses Ehambe 2007-08 Robert Jarvis 2008-09 Robert Jarvis 2009-10 Warren Niles 2010-11 Warren Niles 2011-12 Dominique Morrison

3M-3A 3PCT 95-196 48.5 39-84 46.4 57-123 46.3 87-193 45.1 101-225 44.9 68-153 44.4 82-185 44.3 62-144 43.1 83-193 43.0 53-125 42.4

3M-Att. Pct. 28-96 .368 48-122 .393 37-101 .366 170-443 .384 185-463 .400 68-190 .358 32-86 .372 30-83 .361 68-175 .389 87-193 .451 83-193 .430 95-196 .485 29-63 .460 82-185 .443 28-60 .467 50-121 .413 68-153 .444 101-225 .449 39-84 .464 57-123 .463 62-144 .431 85-208 .409 84-251 .335 57-156 .365 76-207 .367 55-130 .423

3PTA 251 251 225 223 217 212 209 208 207 196 463 443 367

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Oklahoma City (H)

Date Feb. 9, 2006 Feb. 3, 2000 Feb. 2, 2002 Dec. 16, 2006 Feb. 14, 2008 Jan. 24, 2002 March 8, 2008 Feb. 15, 1988 Dec. 12, 1988 Dec. 20, 1991 Jan. 23, 1995 Jan. 15, 1996 Jan. 31, 1996 Nov. 28, 1999 Dec. 15, 2003 Jan. 20, 2005 Dec. 20, 2005 March 10, 2008 Dec. 22, 2008 Jan. 21, 2012

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Date Dec. 11, 2004 Jan. 26, 2012 Feb. 3, 2000 Nov. 15, 2006 Jan. 2, 1993 Feb. 24, 2007 Dec. 2, 2011 Dec. 17, 1988 Feb. 17, 1996 Feb. 19, 1998 Nov. 14, 1998 Feb. 5, 2000 Dec. 29, 2001 Nov. 28, 2003 March 7, 2004 Dec. 30, 2006 Nov. 27, 1991 Jan. 10, 1994 Jan. 10, 1994 Jan. 29, 1994 Jan. 19, 1999 Dec. 5, 2000 Dec. 17, 2001 Nov. 30, 2002 Dec. 3, 2003 Feb. 9, 2006 Jan. 12, 2008

2012-13 Opponents

FG-A Opponent 6-6 Utah Valley State (A) 6-6 South Dakota 9-10 Chicago State (H) 7-8 Kansas (A) 6-7 Louisville (A) 6-7 IUPUI (A) 6-7 Western Illinois (A) 5-6 Colorado State (A) 5-6 Hampton (A) 5-6 Chicago State (A) 5-6 TCU (A) 5-6 Western Illinois (H) 5-6 S.F. Austin (H) 5-6 Okla. Wesleyan (H) 5-6 UMKC (N) 5-6 Liberty (N) 4-5 Tennessee St. (H) 4-5 Loyola Marymount (H) 4-5 Loyola Marymount (H) 4-5 Baylor (H) 4-5 Denver (H) 4-5 Northwestern St. (H) 4-5 UT-Arlington (H) 4-5 Wichita St. (H) 4-5 Arkansas (A) 4-5 Oakland (A) 4-5 Oakland (A)

2011-12 Season in Review

(Min. 5 att.) Rk Pct. Player 1. 1.000 Luke Spencer-Gardner 1.000 Mikey Manghum 3. .900 Eric Perry 4. .875 Marchello Vealy 5. .857 Jerome Abbage .857 Moses Ehambe .857 Dominique Morrison 8. .833 Todd Murray .833 Tim Gill .833 Tim Gill .833 Eric Perry .833 Nathan Binam .833 Tyrone Tiggs .833 Ken Tutt .833 Ken Tutt .833 Moses Ehambe 17. .800 Ray Thompson .800 Kevin Morrissey .800 Chris McKinney .800 Kevin Morrissey .800 Reggie Tate .800 Luke S.-Gardner .800 Tyrone Tiggs .800 Tyrone Tiggs .800 Ken Tutt .800 Larry Owens .800 Robert Jarvis

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Opponent Oakland (A) Chicago State (H) UMKC (H) Chattanooga (A) Western Illinois (A) Southern Utah (H) Centenary (N) Lamar (A) Wichita State (H) Oregon (A) UT-San Antonio (H) Cal State Northridge (H) Texas Tech (H) William & Mary (N) Loyola (Ill.) (A) Oakland (H) Utah State (A) IUPUI (N) South Florida (N) Oakland (H)

Coaching Staff

Rk FG Player 1. 10 Chris Riouse 2. 9 Eric Perry 9 Markius Barnes 9 Ken Tutt 9 Moses Ehambe 6. 8 Luke Spencer-Gardner 8 Moses Ehambe 8. 7 Kim Kelley 7 Clarence Thompson 7 Sebastian Neal 7 Tim Gill 7 Tim Gill 7 Tim Gill 7 Eric Perry 7 Josh Atkinson 7 Chris Riouse 7 Ken Tutt 7 Moses Ehambe 7 Robert Jarvis 7 Warren Niles --NON-DIVISION I-1. 11 Greg Sutton


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Rebounds TEAM RECORDS

Total Rebounds (con’t) Rk Name Years 7. Caleb Green 2006-07 8. Caleb Green 2004-05 9. Harold Johnson 1974-75 10. Mark Acres 1984-85 --NON-DIVISION I-1. Howard Suggs* 1989-90 2. Eddie Woods** 1970-71 3. Ingram Montgomery** 1969-70 4. Sebastian Neal* 1990-91

Most Rebounds Game: 92 vs. Brandeis (1-8-73) Season: 2,175* (1989-90); 1,779 (1972-73)

Highest Rebound Average Season: 65.9 (1972-73)

Highest Rebound Margin Season: +15.3 (1972-73)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Game: 34, David Vaughn vs. Brandeis (1-8-73) Season: 427, Howard Suggs (1989-90)* Season, Div. I: 407, Eddie Woods (1971-72) Career: 1,365, Eddie Woods (1970-74)** Career, Div. I: 1,051, Mark Acres (1981-85)

Highest Rebounding Average Season: 14.5, Eddie Woods (1971-72) Career: 12.8, Eddie Woods (1970-74)** Career, Div. I: 10.6, Antonio Martin (1977-80)

CAREER LEADERS Total Rebounds Rk Name Years 1. Eddie Woods** 1970-74 2. Caleb Green 2003-07 3. Mark Acres 1981-85 4. Rocky Walls 1994-98 5. Antonio Martin 1977-80 6. Anthony Roberts 1973-77 7. Jeff Acres 1980-85 8. Carl Hardaway** 1966-70 9. Howard Suggs* 1988-90 10. Ingram Montgomery** 1968-72

Reb. 1,365 1,189 1,051 946 857 800 797 750 681 667

Rebounding Average Rk Name Years 1. Eddie Woods** 1970-74 2. Antonio Martin 1977-80 3. Sebastian Neal* 1990-92 4. Harold Johnson 1974-76 5. Haywood Hill** 1969-71 6. Howard Suggs* 1988-90 7. Mark Acres 1981-85 Ray Thompson* 1991-93 9. Caleb Green 2003-07 Greg McDougald 1972-74

Avg. 12.8 10.6 10.5 10.3 9.8 9.7 9.6 9.6 9.3 9.3

INDIVIDUAL SEASON HIGHS Total Rebounds (NCAA Division I) Rk Name Years 1. Eddie Woods 1971-72 2. David Vaughn 1972-73 3. Antonio Martin 1979-80 4. Eddie Woods 1973-74 5. Rocky Walls 1997-98 6. Mark Acres 1983-84

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Avg. 14.5 14.3 12.1 11.9 11.2 10.8 10.5 10.5 10.2 9.9 13.0 12.5 10.8 10.8 10.5 10.2 10.2

YEARLY LEADERS Year Player Avg. Reb. 1966-67....... Arnold Coles.................... 10.8.............259 1967-68....... Dana Lewis...................... 10.2.............245 1968-69....... Carl Hardaway................. 9.6...............231 1969-70....... Ingram Montgomery....... 10.8.............325 1970-71....... Eddie Woods.................... 13.0.............339 1971-72....... Eddie Woods.................... 14.5.............407 1972-73....... David Vaughn.................. 14.3.............385 1973-74....... Eddie Woods.................... 12.1.............327 1974-75....... Harold Johnson................ 10.8.............301 1975-76....... Alvin Scott....................... 9.5...............267 1976-77....... Anthony Roberts............. 9.2...............252 1977-78....... Antonio Martin................ 10.2.............266 1978-79....... Antonio Martin................ 9.5...............257 1979-80....... Antonio Martin................ 11.9.............334 1980-81....... Jeff Acres......................... 8.0...............217 1981-82....... Mark Acres....................... 8.1...............178 1982-83....... Mark Acres....................... 9.6...............269 1983-84....... Mark Acres....................... 10.5.............324 1984-85....... Mark Acres....................... 9.7...............280 1985-86....... Maurice Smith................. 7.8...............210 1986-87....... Akin Akin-Otiko............... 7.2...............202 1987-88....... Marvin Washington......... 7.5...............203 1988-89....... Howard Suggs................. 9.1...............254 1989-90....... Howard Suggs................. 10.2.............427 1990-91....... Sebastian Neal................. 12.5.............301 1991-92....... Ray Thompson................. 9.8...............264

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Year...........Player........................ Avg.......... Reb. 1992-93....... Ray Thompson................. 9.3...............252 1993-94....... Fred Smith....................... 9.1...............245 1994-95....... Rocky Walls...................... 7.4...............199 1995-96....... Rocky Walls...................... 7.6...............204 1996-97....... Rocky Walls...................... 7.8...............218 1997-98....... Rocky Walls...................... 10.5.............325 1998-99....... Derrick Taylor................... 6.4...............127 1999-00....... Derrick Taylor................... 7.3...............175 2000-01....... Kyan Brown..................... 6.3...............183 2001-02....... Reggie Borges................. 6.6...............197 2002-03....... Kendrick Moore............... 7.3...............205 2003-04....... Caleb Green..................... 9.9...............278 2004-05....... Caleb Green..................... 9.3...............306 2005-06....... Caleb Green..................... 8.8...............290 2006-07....... Caleb Green..................... 9.3...............315 2007-08....... Shawn King..................... 6.5...............213 2008-09....... Kevin Ford....................... 7.4...............171 2009-10....... Kevin Ford....................... 7.5...............247 2010-11....... Damen Bell-Holter........... 7.8...............274 2011-12....... Michael Craion................. 6.3...............214

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

20-REBOUND CLUB (NCAA DIV. I)

Rk Reb Player 1. 34 David Vaughn 2. 30 Eddie Woods 3. 28 Eddie Woods 4. 24 Eddie Woods 24 Eddie Woods 6. 22 Caleb Green 7. 21 Mark Acres 21 Antonio Martin 21 Eddie Woods 21 Eddie Woods 21 Eddie Woods 21 Rocky Walls 13. 20 Antonio Martin 20 Greg McDougald 20 Eddie Woods 20 Rocky Walls --NON-DIVISION I-1. 27 Eddie Woods 2. 25 Carl Hardaway 3. 24 Sebastian Neal 24 Ulysses Foston 5. 23 Howard Suggs 23 Eddie Woods 23 Carl Hardaway 8. 21 Vincent Knowles 21 Eddie Woods

Opponent Date Brandeis (H) Jan.8, 1973 Lamar (A) Jan.25, 1972 Lamar (H) Jan.21, 1974 UT-Pan American (H) Jan.26, 1974 St.Francis (Pa.) (H) Jan.5, 1972 Southern Utah (H) Feb.28, 2004 Tulsa (H) Jan.12, 1984 West Texas State (A) Dec.5, 1977 St.Johns (A) Mar.21, 1972 Boston (A) Feb.26, 1972 Connecticut (H) Dec.29, 1971 Southern Utah (N) Mar.1, 1998 Loyola (Ill.) (A) Jan.26, 1980 UT-Pan American (H) Jan.28, 1973 Hofstra (N) Dec. 20, 1972 Chicago State (H) Jan. 24, 1998

E. New Mexico (H) Defiance (A) East Central (H) LeMoyne-Owen (H) LeMoyne-Owen (H) Idaho (A) Central State (H) Langston (A) Sewanee (H)

Jan. 22, 1971 Dec. 27, 1968 Mar. 4, 1991 Jan. 8, 1991 Jan. 18, 1989 Feb. 23, 1971 Nov. 29, 1969 Feb. 22, 1990 Feb. 15, 1971

ORU PLAYERS WITH 20-REBOUND GAMES 1. 11 Eddie Woods 1970-74 2. 2 Antonio Martin 1977-80 2 Rocky Walls 1994-98 2 Carl Hardaway 1966-70 5. 1 Mark Acres 1981-85 1 Greg McDougald 1972-74 1 Sebastian Neal 1990-92 1 Ulysses Foston 1990-92 1 Howard Suggs 1988-90 1 Vincent Knowles 1989-90 1 David Vaughn 1972-73 1 Caleb Green 2003-07

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Assists YEARLY LEADERS (con’t)

Most Assists Game: 37 vs. Stetson (2-17-79) Season: 659* (1989-90); 574 (2004-05)

Fewest Assists Allowed Season: 292 (1996-97)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Game: 16, Jonathan Bluitt vs. Oakland, 1/20/05 Season: 249, Greg Sutton (1989-90)* Season, Div. I: 208, Sam McCants (1973-74) Career: 534, Luke Spencer-Gardner (2000-05)

Highest Assist Average Season: 7.1, Sam McCants (1973-74) Career: 6.1, Arnold Dugger (1974-77)

Asst. 534 509 501 490 481 413 393 383 377 376

INDIVIDUAL SEASON HIGHS Asst. 208 194 188 178 166 165 164 160 158 156 249 152

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Arnold Dugger (1974-77) Jonathan Bluitt (2002-06) Sam McCants (1973-74) Richard Fuqua (1969-73)* Gary “Cat” Johnson (1978-82) Robert Griffin (1978-80) Earl McClellan (1993-97) Haywoode Workman (1987-89) Willie Irons (1984-88) Luke Spencer-Gardner (2000-04) Al Boswell (1972-74) Ricky Baskin (1978-80) Mark Wilson (1983-87) Ron Jones (1988-91)* Tim Gill (1994-98) Markius Barnes (2000-02) Tyrone Tiggs (2001-05) Roderick Pearson (2008-12)

Luke Spencer-Gardner (2000-05) had 534 career assists

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Year Player Assists Avg. 1973-74....... Sam McCants...................208...............7.1 1974-75....... Arnold Dugger.................166...............5.9 1975-76....... Arnold Dugger.................141...............5.4 1976-77....... Arnold Dugger.................194...............6.9 1977-78....... Rodney Wright.................79................3.0 1978-79....... Robert Griffin..................129...............4.8 1979-80....... Gary Johnson...................145...............5.2 1980-81....... Gary Johnson...................158...............6.1

10-ASSIST CLUB (NCAA DIV. I) Rk # Player Opponent Date 1. 16 Jonathan Bluitt Oakland (H) Jan. 20, 2005 Feb. 7, 1987 2. 15 Haywoode Workman St. Louis (H) 15 Arnold Dugger Florida State (H) Mar. 1, 1977 4. 14 Arnold Dugger North Texas (H) Feb. 12, 1977 14 Willie Irons BYU (H) Jan. 21, 1986 6. 13 Richard Fuqua UT-Pan American (H) Feb. 27, 1973 13 Ron Jones Illinois State (H) Jan. 15, 1977 13 Robert Griffin Stetson (H) Feb. 17, 1979 13 Jonathan Bluitt UMKC (A) Jan. 3, 2004 10. 12 Sam McCants McNeese State (H) Feb. 16, 1974 12 Arnold Dugger Creighton (H) Feb. 28, 1976 12 Arnold Dugger North Carolina A&T (H) Feb. 19, 1977 12 Earl McClellan Texas Tech (H) Jan. 31, 1996 12 Jonathan Bluitt Western Illinois (H) Jan. 8, 2004 12 Roderick Pearson South Dakota (A) Dec. 30, 2011 16. 11 Richard Fuqua Marshall (H) Feb. 10, 1973 11 Sam McCants Hardin-Simmons (H) Dec. 10, 1973 11 Sam McCants San Diego State (H) Dec. 13, 1973 11 Sam McCants UT-Pan American (H) Jan. 26, 1974 11 Arnold Dugger Indiana State (A) Jan. 4, 1975 11 Gary Johnson Drake (A) Dec. 6, 1979 11 Gary Johnson West Texas State (A) Dec. 13, 1979 11 Ricky Baskin Marquette (H) Feb. 2, 1980 11 Gary Johnson Duquesne (H) Feb. 16, 1980 11 Gary Johnson Oklahoma City (A) Jan. 31, 1981 Haywoode Workman Jacksonville (A) Dec. 3, 1988 11 11 Earl McClellan Tennessee Tech (A) Feb. 8, 1996

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NCAA Division I (Since 1973) Rk Name Years 1. Sam McCants 1973-74 2. Arnold Dugger 1976-77 3. Haywoode Workman 1986-87 4. Jonathan Bluitt 2004-05 5. Arnold Dugger 1974-75 6. Jonathan Bluitt 2003-04 7. Luke Spencer-Gardner 2002-03 8. Gary Johnson 1981-82 9. Gary Johnson 1980-81 10. Luke Spencer-Gardner 2000-05 --NON-DIVISION I-1. Greg Sutton* 1989-90 2. Greg Sutton* 1990-91

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

2011-12 Season in Review

(Since 1973) Rk Name Years 1. Luke Spencer-Gardner 2000-05 2. Jonathan Bluitt 2002-06 3. Arnold Dugger 1974-77 4. Greg Sutton* 1988-91 5. Gary Johnson 1978-82 6. Earl McClellan 1993-97 7. Willie Irons 1984-88 8. Eric Perry 1996-00 9. Tim Gill 1994-98 10. Haywoode Workman 1986-89

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CAREER LEADERS

Rk # Player Opponent Date 11 Tim Gill Missouri (A) Dec. 10, 1997 11 Markius Barnes Chicago State (A) Jan. 11, 2001 11 Luke Spencer-Gardner Tennessee State (A) Dec. 2, 2002 Luke Spencer-Gardner SMU (H) Dec. 4, 2002 11 11 Jonathan Bluitt Centenary (H) Jan. 15, 2004 11 Jonathan Bluitt Utah Valley State (H) Dec. 28, 2004 33. 10 Richard Fuqua UNLV (A) Dec. 11, 1972 10 Richard Fuqua Loyola Marymount (H) Jan. 27, 1973 10 Richard Fuqua Trinity (H) Feb. 17, 1973 10 Al Boswell McNeese State (H) Feb. 16, 1974 10 Sam McCants Southern Illinois (H) Feb. 25, 1974 10 Sam McCants Louisville (H) Mar. 14, 1974 10 Arnold Dugger Lamar (H) Feb. 7, 1976 10 Arnold Dugger VCU (H) Jan. 29, 1977 10 Arnold Dugger St. Francis, NY (H) Feb. 1, 1977 10 Robert Griffin BYU (A) Dec. 23, 1978 10 Robert Griffin West Texas State (H) Jan. 13, 1979 10 Gary Johnson Oklahoma City (H) Feb. 14, 1981 10 Willie Irons Bradley (H) Feb. 9, 1985 10 Mark Wilson Texas A&M (H) Dec. 14, 1986 10 Earl McClellan Villanova (A) Jan. 8, 1997 10 Tyrone Tiggs Chicago State (A) Feb. 21, 2002 10 Jonathan Bluitt Centenary (H) Jan. 15, 2005 10 Jonathan Bluitt Southern Utah (H) Jan. 4, 2005

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INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS (con’t)

Year Player Assists Avg. 1981-82....... Gary Johnson...................160...............5.5 1982-83....... Mark Gottfried..................93................3.4 1983-84....... Charles Dorsey.................127...............4.1 1984-85....... Willie Irons.......................92................3.2 1985-86....... Willie Irons......................118...............4.2 1986-87....... Haywoode Workman.......188...............6.7 1987-88....... Willie Irons......................107...............3.8 1988-89....... Haywoode Workman.......110...............3.9 1989-90....... Greg Sutton.....................249...............6.1 1990-91....... Greg Sutton.....................152...............4.3 1991-92....... Brian Garner....................118...............4.4 1992-93....... Ray Thompson..................84................3.1 1993-94....... Kenny Bohanon................68................2.5 1994-95....... Earl McClellan...................95................3.5 1995-96....... Earl McClellan..................147...............5.4 1996-97....... Earl McClellan..................136...............4.9 1997-98....... Tim Gill............................139...............4.5 1998-99....... Chad Wilkerson.................97................3.5 1999-00....... Eric Perry.........................140...............5.2 2000-01....... Luke Spencer-Gardner.....116...............4.0 2001-02....... Luke Spencer-Gardner.....156...............5.0 2002-03....... Luke Spencer-Gardner.....164...............5.9 2003-04....... Jonathan Bluitt................165...............6.1 2004-05....... Jonathan Bluitt................178...............5.4 2005-06....... Jonathan Bluitt................124...............4.1 2006-07....... Adam Liberty....................94................2.8 2007-08....... Adam Liberty...................110...............3.3 2008-09....... Kelvin Sango....................84................2.7 2009-10....... Dominique Morrison........85................2.6 2010-11....... Roderick Pearson..............92................2.7 2011-12....... Roderick Pearson.............127...............3.7

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Free Throws TEAM RECORDS

Free Throws Attempted

Free Throws Made Game: 38 (50 att.) vs. Centenary (2/208) ; 38 (53 att.) vs. Lincoln (1-7-71)** Game, Div. I: 38 (50 att.) vs. Centenary (2/2/08) Season: 734* (1989-90); 543 (2001-02)

Free Throws Attempted Game: 53 vs. Lincoln (1-7-71)** Game, Div. I: 50 (38 made) vs. Centenary (2/208) Season: 1,026* (1989-90); 746 (1981-82)

Highest Free Throw Pct. (min. 10 att.) Game: 1.000, three times; (21-21) vs. Chicago St. (1-24-98), (15-15) vs. USC (1-12-75), (10-10) at Chicago St. (1-8-00) Season: .789 (1979-80)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Free Throws Made Game: 22, Greg Sutton vs. Southern Nazarene (12-8-89)* Game, Div. I: 17, Anthony Roberts vs. Oregon St. (12-3076); Caleb Green vs. Valparaiso (1/9/06) & vs. Chicago State (2/4/06) Season: 273, Caleb Green (2006-07) Season, Div. I: 273, Caleb Green (2006-07) Career: 852, Caleb Green (2003-07) Career, Div. I: 852, Caleb Green (2003-07)

Highest Free Throw Percentage (min. 75 att.)

Rk Name Years 1. Caleb Green 2003-07 2. Greg Sutton* 1988-91 3. Dominique Morrison 2008-12 4. Richard Fuqua** 1969-73 5. Mark Acres 1981-85 6. Rocky Walls 1994-98 7. Derrick Taylor 1996-00 8. Anthony Roberts 1973-77 9. Haywoode Workman 1986-89 10. Ken Tutt 2003-07

FTA 1134 765 668 658 632 527 489 434 430 409

Free Throw Percentage (min. 75 att.) Rk Name Years 1. Steve Bontrager 1979-81 2. Bill Hull** 1967-69 3. Bobby Hodge** 1966-68 4. Sam Potter 1983-85 5. Tim Gill 1994-98 6. Kenny Bohanon 1992-94 7. Robert Jarvis 2007-09 9. Dominique Morrison 2008-12 9. Ken Tutt 2003-07 10. Calvin Garrett 1978-80

Att. 103-117 104-121 169-198 131-156 302-365 116-142 191-234 538-663 332-409 188-232

Pct. .880 .860 .854 .840 .827 .817 .816 .813 .812 .810

INDIVIDUAL SEASON HIGHS Free Throws Made (NCAA Division I)

Free Throws Attempted Game: 23, Greg Sutton vs. Southern Nazarene (12/8/89)* Game, Div. I: 22, Caleb Green vs. Seton Hall (12/28/06) Season: 360, Caleb Green (2006-07) Season, Div. I: 360, Caleb Green (2006-07) Career: 1,134, Caleb Green (2003-07) Career, Div. I: 1,134, Caleb Green (2003-07)

Highest Free Throw Percentage Game (min. 10 att): 1.000, 8 times; last by Dominique Morrison (11-11) vs. South Dakota State (1/7/12) Season (min. 50 att): .912 (93-102), Bobby Hodge (1967-68)** Div. I Season (min. 50 att): .901 (73-81), Steve Bontrager (1980-81) .901 (50-55), Eric Perry (1998-99) Career (min. 75 att): .880 (103-117), Steve Bontrager (1979-81)

CAREER LEADERS Free Throws Made Rk Name Years 1. Caleb Green 2003-07 2. Greg Sutton* 1988-91 3. Dominique Morrison 2008-12 4. Richard Fuqua** 1969-73 5. Mark Acres 1981-85 6. Haywoode Workman 1986-89 7. Ken Tutt 2003-07 8. Anthony Roberts 1973-77 9. Tim Gill 1994-98 10. Jeff Acres 1980-85

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FT 278 235 213 189 160 149 147 147 135 131 252 229 120

Free Throws Attempted (NCAA Division I) Rk Name Years 1. Caleb Green 2006-07 2. Caleb Green 2005-06 3. Caleb Green 2004-05 4. Dominique Morrison 2011-12 5. Richard Fuqua 1971-72 6. Reggie Borges 2002-03 7. Dominique Morrison 2010-11 8. Anthony Roberts 1976-77 9. Derrick Taylor 1999-00 Damen Bell-Holter 2010-11 --NON-DIVISION I-1. Greg Sutton 1989-90 2. Greg Sutton 1990-91 3. Richard Fuqua 1970-71

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FTA 366 308 283 229 210 197 191 184 180 180 328 280 171

Rk Name Years 1. Steve Bontrager 1980-81 2. Sam Potter 1983-84 3. Ken Tutt 2004-05 4. Tim Gill 1996-97 5. Tim Gill 1995-96 6. Robert Jarvis 2007-08 7. L. Spencer-Gardner 2002-03 8. Ken Tutt 2003-04 9. Chris McKinney 1993-94 10. Dominique Morrison 2009-10 --NON-DIVISION I-1. Bobby Hodge** 1967-68 2. Bill Hull** 1968-69 3. Vincent Knowles* 1989-90

Att. Pct. 73-81 .901 82-94 .872 87-100 .870 85-99 .859 64-75 .853 104-122 .852 115-135 .852 82-109 .844 69-82 .841 135-162 .833 93-102 78-91 81-96

.912 .857 .844

YEARLY FT PCT. LEADERS (min. 50 att.) Year 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Player Bobby Hodge Bobby Hodge Bill Hull Ingram Montgomery Sam McCamey Eldon Lawyer Greg McDougald Al Boswell Duane Fox Anthony Roberts Anthony Roberts Elvis Rolle Calvin Garrett Calvin Garrett Steve Bontrager Reggie Clement Reggie Clement Sam Potter Charles Dorsey Mark Wilson Haywoode Workman Kim Kelley Haywoode Workman Vincent Knowles Greg Sutton Scott Coleman Kenny Bohanon Chris McKinney Earl McClellan Tim Gill Tim Gill Eric Perry Eric Perry Nathan Binam Evan Black Ralph Charles Luke Spencer-Gardner Ken Tutt Ken Tutt Ken Tutt Caleb Green Robert Jarvis Dominique Morrison Dominique Morrison Warren Niles Dominique Morrison

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Att. Pct. 76-96 79.2 93-102 91.2 78-91 85.7 97-118 82.2 68-85 80.0 55-68 80.9 39-53 73.6 74-89 83.1 45-56 80.4 76-98 77.6 147-184 79.9 43-62 69.4 77-98 79.3 111-134 82.8 73-81 90.1 56-74 75.7 91-120 75.8 82-94 87.2 88-106 83.0 43-55 78.2 121-152 79.6 52-67 77.6 110-135 81.5 81-96 84.4 229-280 81.8 44-55 80.0 63-74 85.1 69-82 84.1 41-50 82.0 64-75 85.3 85-99 85.9 46-56 82.1 50-55 90.1 57-66 86.4 50-61 82.0 60-74 81.1 115-135 85.2 92-109 84.4 87-100 87.0 54-65 83.1 278-366 76.0 104-122 85.2 70-86 81.4 135-162 83.3 92-113 81.4 189-229 82.5

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Free Throws FREE THROWS MADE (NCAA DIV. I)

Rk FT 1. 17 17 17 4. 16 5. 15 15 15

Player Caleb Green Caleb Green Anthony Roberts Anthony Roberts Eldon Lawyer Mark Acres Haywoode Workman

Opponent Chicago State (H) Valparaiso (A) Oregon State (H) North Carolina A&T (H) Oglethorpe (H) Evansville (A) Oklahoma (A)

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED (NCAA DIV. I)

Opponent Seton Hall (N) Valparaiso (A) Oregon State (H) Chicago State (H) Indiana State (H) North Carolina A&T (H) Southern Utah (H) Southern Utah (H) Alabama State (H)

Date Feb. 4, 2006 Jan. 9, 2006 Dec. 30, 1976 Feb. 19, 1977 Feb. 5, 1972 Mar. 9, 1983 Dec. 10, 1988 Date Dec. 28, 2006 Jan. 9, 2006 Dec. 30, 1976 Feb. 4, 2006 Nov. 20, 2010 Feb. 19, 1977 Mar. 1, 1998 Feb. 28, 2004 Jan. 3, 1987

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Rk Att. Player 1. 22 Caleb Green 2. 21 Caleb Green 3. 20 Anthony Roberts 4. 19 Caleb Green 19 Steven Roundtree 5. 18 Anthony Roberts 18 Rocky Walls 18 Caleb Green 8. 17 Haywoode Workman

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FT-A 15-15 11-11 11-11 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10

Opponent Oglethorpe (H) Southern Utah (A) South Dakota St. (H) Santa Clara (H) Evansville (A) Southwest Texas (H) Oklahoma Wesleyan (H) UMKC (H)

Date Feb. 15, 1972 Jan. 11, 2007 Jan. 7, 2011 Dec. 20, 1975 Feb. 4, 1985 Jan. 17, 1987 Nov. 23, 2002 Jan. 15, 2011

No one has come anywhere close to going to the free throw line as much as Caleb Green (2003-07). With a school record mark of 852 made free throws, Green made more free throws than anyone else has attempted.

Steals TEAM RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL SEASON HIGHS

Most Steals

Game: 23 vs. Baptist Christian (12-17-94) Season: 346 (1990-91)*; 284 (1987-88)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Most Steals

Highest Steal Average

Season: 3.6, Haywoode Workman (1987-88) Career (min. 145 steals): 2.9, Haywoode Workman (1986-89)

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INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS NCAA DIVISION I (Since 1972-73) Rk Stl Player Opponent 1. 9 Haywoode Workman Oklahoma (H) 9 Haywoode Workman South Carolina (H) 3. 7 Willie Irons Coppin State (H) 7 Akin Akin-Otiko Texas (H) 7 Tim Gill John Brown (H) 7 Larry Owens Tulsa (H)

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Year Player Steals Avg. 1981-82....... Gary “Cat” Johnson............63........................ 2.2 1982-83....... Mark Acres........................41........................ 1.5 1983-84....... Charles Dorsey..................47........................ 1.5 1984-85....... Charles Dorsey..................42........................ 1.4 1985-86....... Akin Akin-Otiko................48........................ 1.7 1986-87....... Akin Akin-Otiko................72........................ 2.6 1987-88....... Haywoode Workman.......103....................... 3.6 1988-89....... Haywoode Workman........93........................ 3.3 1989-90....... Greg Sutton......................88........................ 2.1 1990-91....... Greg Sutton......................81........................ 2.3 1991-92....... Sebastian Neal..................68........................ 2.6 1992-93....... Ray Thompson..................38........................ 1.4 1993-94....... Kenny Bohanon................36........................ 1.3 1994-95....... Earl McClellan...................46........................ 1.7 1995-96....... Earl McClellan...................62........................ 2.2 1996-97....... Earl McClellan...................77........................ 2.8 1997-98....... Rocky Walls.......................54........................ 1.7 1998-99....... Phillip Owens...................42........................ 1.6 1999-00....... Eric Perry..........................50........................ 1.9 2000-01....... Luke Spencer-Gardner.........40........................ 1.4 2001-02....... Tyrone Tiggs.....................49........................ 1.6 2002-03....... Tyrone Tiggs.....................30........................ 1.1 2003-04....... Caleb Green......................38........................ 1.4 2004-05....... Larry Owens.....................58........................ 1.8 2005-06....... Larry Owens.....................49........................ 1.5 2006-07....... Caleb Green......................47........................ 1.4 2007-08....... Robert Jarvis....................31........................ 1.1 2008-09....... Kelvin Sango....................52........................ 1.7 2009-10....... Ken Holdman....................43........................ 1.3 2010-11....... Ken Holdman....................45........................ 1.3 2011-12....... Michael Craion..................56........................ 1.6

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Rk Name Years 1. Haywoode Workman 1986-89 2. Earl McClellan 1993-97 3. Greg Sutton* 1988-91 4. Tim Gill 1994-98 5. Rocky Walls 1994-98 6. Caleb Green 2003-07 7. Gary “Cat” Johnson 1978-82 8. Willie Irons 1984-88 9. Mark Acres 1981-85 Akin Akin-Otiko 1983-87 10. Eric Perry 1996-00

Stl 103 93 77 72 68 63 62 58 56 54 54

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Game: 9, Haywoode Workman vs. South Carolina (1-28-89); 9, Haywoode Workman vs. Oklahoma (12-29-87) Season: 103, Haywoode Workman (1987-88) Career: 250, Haywoode Workman (1986-89)

YEARLY LEADERS

NCAA Division I (Since 1974) Rk Name Years 1. Haywoode Workman 1987-88 2. Haywoode Workman 1988-89 3. Earl McClellan 1996-97 4. Akin Akin-Otiko 1986-87 5. Sebastian Neal 1991-92 6. Gary “Cat” Johnson 1981-82 7. Earl McClellan 1995-96 8. Larry Owens 2004-05 9. Michael Craion 2011-12 10. Arnold Dugger 1974-75 Rocky Walls 1997-98 --NON-DIVISION I-1. Greg Sutton* 1989-90 2. Greg Sutton* 1990-91

2011-12 Season in Review

Min. 10 att. Rk Pct. Player 1. 1.000 Eldon Lawyer 1.000 Ken Tutt 1.000 Dominique Morrison 1.000 Anthony Roberts 1.000 Charles Dorsey 1.000 Brian Miles 1.000 Reggie Borges 1.000 Dominique Morrison

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TEAM RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL SEASON HIGHS

Most Blocked Shots Game: 13 vs. West Texas St. (1-24-77); vs. Quincy (11-29-76) Season: 199 (1976-77)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Most Blocked Shots Game: 9, Kendrick Moore at Stephen F. Austin (12-14-02) 9, Kendrick Moore vs. IUPUI (3-4-02) 9, Antonio Martin vs. Okla. City (1-28-78) 9, Alvin Scott vs. West Texas St. (1-24-77) Season: 103, Kendrick Moore (2001-02) Career: 197, Kendrick Moore (2001-03)

Highest Blocked Shot Average Season: 3.35, Kendrick Moore (2002-03) Career (min. 60 blocks): 3.34, Kendrick Moore (2001-03)

CAREER LEADERS

(Since 1974) Rk Name Years 1. Kendrick Moore 2001-03 2. Mark Acres 1981-85 3. Shawn King 2006-08 4. Alvin Scott 1973-77 5. Rocky Walls 1994-98 6. Antonio Martin 1977-80 7. Damen Bell-Holter 2009-pres. 8. Ray Thompson 1991-93 9. Larry Owens 2004-06 10. Marvin Washington 1987-89 Matt Gastel 2000-05 Kevin Ford 2008-10

Blk 197 164 149 131 127 106 92 88 75 73 73 73

NCAA Division I (Since 1974) Rk Name Years 1. Kendrick Moore 2001-02 2. Kendrick Moore 2002-03 3. Alvin Scott 1976-77 4. Shawn King 2006-07 5. Shawn King 2007-08 6. Rocky Walls 1997-98 7. Mark Acres 1982-83 Marvin Washington 1987-88 9. Ray Thompson 1991-92 Damen Bell-Holter 2010-11

YEARLY LEADERS Blk 103 94 81 81 68 58 54 54 50 50

INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS NCAA DIVISION I (Since 1972-73) Rk Bl Player Opponent 1. 9 Kendrick Moore Stephen F. Austin (A) 9 Kendrick Moore IUPUI (N) 9 Antonio Martin Oklahoma City (H) 9 Alvin Scott West Texas State (H) 5. 8 Kendrick Moore Wichita State (H) 6. 7 David Vaughn Trinity (H) 7 Shawn King IPFW (A) 8. 6 David Vaughn Loyola Marymount (H) 6 David Vaughn Southwestern La. (H) 6 David Vaughn UT-Pan American (H) 6 Ray Thompson Prairie View A&M (H) 6 Rocky Walls Western Illinois (H) 6 Kendrick Moore Stephen F. Austin (H) 6 Kendrick Moore Southern Utah (H) 6 Shawn King Western Illinois (H) 6 Shawn King Chicago State (H) 6 Shawn King Centenary (N)

Date Dec. 14, 2002 Mar. 4, 2002 Jan. 28, 1978 Jan. 24, 1977 Nov. 30, 2002 Feb. 17, 1973 Jan. 10, 2008 Jan. 27, 1973 Feb. 24, 1973 Feb. 27, 1973 Jan. 16, 1992 Feb. 12, 1998 Dec. 29, 2001 Jan. 24, 2002 Jan. 4, 2007 Jan. 18, 2007 Mar. 4, 2007

Year Player Blocks Avg. 1976-77....... Alvin Scott....................... 81.................2.9 1977-78....... Antonio Martin................ 28.................1.1 1978-79....... Antonio Martin................ 33.................1.2 1979-80....... Antonio Martin................ 45.................1.6 1980-81....... Gerald Johnson................ 20.................0.7 1981-82....... Mark Acres....................... 35.................1.6 1982-83....... Mark Acres....................... 54.................1.9 1983-84....... Mark Acres....................... 45.................1.5 1984-85....... Mark Acres....................... 30.................1.0 1985-86....... Maurice Smith................. 31.................1.1 1986-87....... Akin Akin-Otiko............... 22.................0.8 1987-88....... Marvin Washington......... 54.................2.0 1988-89....... Marvin Washington......... 19.................1.1 1989-90....... Greg Sutton..................... 30.................0.7 1990-91....... Anthony Jones................. 31.................0.9 1991-92....... Ray Thompson................. 50.................1.9 1992-93....... Ray Thompson................. 38.................1.4 1993-94....... Fabio Ramos.................... 12.................0.5 1994-95....... Rocky Walls...................... 18.................0.7 1995-96....... Kevin Scruggs.................. 28.................1.2 1996-97....... Rocky Walls...................... 36.................1.3 1997-98....... Rocky Walls...................... 58.................1.9 1998-99....... Blake Moses..................... 19.................0.8 1999-00....... Leon Irving...................... 22.................0.9 2000-01....... Charlie Ludwig................ 23.................0.8 2001-02....... Kendrick Moore............... 103...............3.3 2002-03....... Kendrick Moore............... 94.................3.4 2003-04....... Matt Gastel...................... 16.................0.7 2004-05....... Mickey Michalec.............. 32.................0.9 .................... Larry Owens.................... 32.................0.9 2005-06....... Larry Owens.................... 43.................1.3 2006-07....... Shawn King..................... 81.................2.3 2007-08....... Shawn King..................... 68.................2.1 2008-09....... Kevin Ford....................... 25.................1.1 2009-10....... Kevin Ford....................... 48.................1.5 2010-11....... Damen Bell-Holter........... 50.................1.4 2011-12....... Michael Craion................. 26.................0.8

In the NCAA Record Books Victories in First Season in Division I T-3rd - 26 wins (26-4) - 1972

Single Game Rebounding T-25th - 34 rebounds - David Vaughn vs. Brandeis (Jan. 8, 1973)

Career Free Throws Made 5th - 852 - Caleb Green - 2004-07

Won-Lost Percentage in First Season in Division I 2nd - 92.9 percent (26-4) - 1972

Single Game Rebounding (Since 1973) 2nd - 34 rebounds - David Vaughn vs. Brandeis (Jan. 8, 1973)

Career Free Throws Attempted 4th - 1,134 -Caleb Green - 2004-07

Field Goal Attempts Per Game 98.5 (2,659 FGA in 27 games) - 1973

Single Season Scoring 18th - 1,006 points - Richard Fuqua - 1972

Career Steal Average

Team Single Game Scoring T-22nd - 155 points vs. Union (Tenn.) (Feb. 24, 1972)

Single Season Scoring Average

2,000 Career Points and 1,000 Career Rebounds Caleb Green (2,503 points and 1,189 rebounds) - 2004-07 Mark Acres (2,038 points and 1,051 rebounds ) - 1981-85

Team Single Game Rebounds T-8th - 92 rebounds vs. Brandeis (Jan. 8, 1973) Single Season Scoring Offense 6th - 105.1 points-per-game - 1972* *-Led the nation that season, also led the nation in 1973 (97.1 ppg)

Single Season Free Throw Percentage 25th - 78.9 percent (481-610) - 1980* *-Led the nation that season Single Season Rebounding Margin 4th - 15.6 margin - 1973

T-18th - 35.9 points-per-game - Richard Fuqua (1,006 points in 28 games) - 1972 24th - 34.0 points-per-game - Anthony Roberts (951 points in 28 games) - 1977

AP Rankings

Free Throws Made in a Season T-14th - 278 - Caleb Green - 2007

1971-72 20 - Feb. 22 17 - Feb. 29 17 - March 7 16 - March 14 *

Free Throws Attempted in a Season 12th - 366 - Caleb Green - 2007 Double-Doubles by a Freshman 18th - 15 - Caleb Green - 2004 Career Scoring T-58th - 2,503 points - Caleb Green - 2004-07 Career Scoring Average

Single Game Scoring vs. Division I Opponents T-4th - 66 points - Anthony Roberts vs. N.C. A&T (Feb. 19, 1977) T-7th - 65 points - Anthony Roberts vs. Oregon* (March 9, 1977)

T-13th 2.94 steals-per-game - Haywoode Workman (250 steals in 85 games) - 1987-89

T-17th - 29.9 points-per-game - Richard Fuqua (1,617 points in 54 games)- 1971-73*

1972-73 18 - Preseason 12 - Dec. 5 10 - Dec. 12 16 - Dec. 26 19 - Jan. 30 19 - Feb. 6

1973-74 19 - Jan. 29 19 - Feb. 5 20 - Feb. 26 18 - March 19 18 - March 27 * *-Final AP Ranking

*Played two years of non-Division I competition

* - NCAA Postseason Record

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Rk Name Years No. 1. Rufus Freeman 1989-90 42 Ron Jones 1989-90 42 John King 1989-90 42 Howard Suggs 1989-90 42 Clarence Thompson 1989-90 42

Points 54, Michael Watson (UMKC) ...............................Feb. 22, 2003 FG Made 20, Bernard Tomlin (Hofstra)............................. Dec. 10, 1974 FG Attempted 39, Floyd Wilson (Langston).............................. Nov. 16, 1989 39, Kevin Porter (St. Francis, Pa.)...........................Jan. 5, 1972 3Pt. FG Made 11, Gray Townsend (Ark. Tech)........................... Nov. 27, 1989 10, Michael Watson (UMKC)...............................Feb. 22, 2003 3Pt. FG Attempted 22, Floyd Wilson (Langston).............................. Nov. 16, 1989 22, Michael Watson (UMKC)...............................Feb. 22, 2003 FT Made 22, Lou Silver (Harvard)..................................... Dec. 27, 1974 FT Attempted 25, Lou Silver (Harvard)..................................... Dec. 27, 1974 Rebounds 27, Steve Wade (Lamar).....................................Jan. 25, 1972 Assists 19, Nelson Haggerty (Baylor).............................Feb. 27, 1993 Steals 8, Mookie Blaylock (Oklahoma)......................... Dec. 10, 1988 8, Mookie Blaylock (Oklahoma)......................... Dec. 29, 1987 8, Darius Clemons (Loyola (Chi.).........................Jan. 21, 1981 8, Terry Adolph (West Texas State)..................... Dec. 13, 1979 Blocked Shots 10, Lorenzo Coleman (Tennessee Tech).............. Dec. 21, 1994

1971-72 Feb. 22, 1972- #20 Feb. 29, 1972- #17 Mar. 7, 1972- #17 Mar. 14, 1972- #16 1972-73 Pre-Season- #18 Dec. 5, 1972- #12 Dec. 12, 1972- #10 Dec. 19, 1972- #16 Jan. 30, 1973- #19 Feb. 6, 1973- #19 1973-74 Jan. 29, 1974- #19 Feb. 5, 1974- #19 Mar. 5, 1974- #20 Mar. 19, 1974- #18 Mar. 27, 1974- #18

Team Game

Final End-of-Season Rankings

Season

Career

Season

Games................................................................ 42 (1989-90) Wins................................................................... 36 (1989-90) Wins (Division I)................................................. 27 (2011-12) Most Turnovers................................................. 547 (1997-98) Fewest Turnovers.............................................. 384 (1987-88) Most Fouls........................................................ 712 (2010-11) Fewest Fouls.................................................... 452 (1975-76) Fewest FG’s Made........................... 13 vs. Missouri (12-16-10) Fewest FG’s Attempted..............30 vs. Oklahoma City (2-5-83) Lowest FG Pct................. 237 (14-59) vs. Okla. State (1-11-95) Most Personal Fouls.............................. 37 vs. Texas (12-8-87) Most Turnovers...................................33 vs. Marshall (1-3-73) Fewest Turnovers....................4, (3x) last vs. SW Okla. (2-1-90)

Largest Victory Margins By 87 75 66 66 65 54 53 52 50 50

Score 117-30 124-49 134-68 109-43 118-53 128-74 115-62 107-55 122-72 91-41

Opponent Baptist Christian (H) Jarvis Christian (H)* Kansas Wesleyan (H) Lindenwood (H) Okla. Wesleyan (H) Univ. of the South (H) Texas-Arlington (H)** Baptist Christian (H) Trinity (H) Panhandle State (H)

Date Feb. 24, 1990 Nov. 15, 1997 Dec. 16, 1989 Feb. 13, 1995 Nov. 28, 2003 Feb. 15, 1971 Dec. 17, 2001 Dec. 17, 1994 Feb. 17, 1973 Nov. 25, 2006

*largest D-I victory margin; **largest win over D-I opponent

Winning Streaks Consecutive Wins.....................22........... 12/20/71-3/18/72 Consecutive Home Wins...........52............. 2/17/69-1/29/73 Consecutive Road Wins.............10........... 11/25/89-2/17/90 Best Season Start.................... 8-0..........................2004-05 Decade Record Pct. 1965-69................................ 92-39.............................. .702 1970-79............................... 200-74............................. .730 1980-89.............................. 152-149............................ .505 1990-99 ............................. 148-140............................ .514 2000-09 ............................. 191-122............................ .610 2010-12................................ 46-23.............................. .667

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All-time: 10-45 (.181) Home: 6-8 (.429) Road: 3-29 (.093) Neutral: 1-8 (.111)

All-Time Largest Crowds Rk Total

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

21,269 19,246 19,028 19,010 18,921 18,868 18,794 17,452 16,848 16,730 16,549 16,300 16,152 15,884 15,400 15,335 14,800 14,400 14,026 14,005

Opponent North Carolina Arkansas Memphis* Pittsburgh# Louisville Louisville Arkansas BYU Tenn.Tech+ Wash.State+ Creighton Kansas Arkansas Wash.State^ Kansas Arkansas Kansas Kansas BYU Iowa%

Site Dean E.Smith Center Bud Walton Arena American Airlines Ctr. Pepsi Center Freedom Hall Freedom Hall Bud Walton Arena Marriott Center Assembly Hall Assembly Hall Qwest Center Allen Fieldhouse Bud Walton Arena Arco Arena Allen Fieldhouse Bud Walton Arena Allen Fieldhouse Allen Fieldhouse Marriott Center Myriad Center

Date Dec.13, 2008 Nov.25, 1997 Mar.17, 2006 Mar.20, 2008 Jan.2, 1993 Dec.16, 2009 Jan.27, 1996 Dec.23, 1978 Dec.11, 1993 Dec.10, 1993 Nov.22, 2008 Nov.15, 2006 Dec.22, 2006 Mar.15, 2007 Jan.14, 1993 Dec.1, 2007 Dec.7, 1978 Dec.6, 1980 Dec.20, 1986 Dec.30, 1987

*NCAA Tournament First Round (Dallas, Texas);# NCAA Tournament First Round (Denver, Colo.); ^ NCAA Tournament First Round (Sacramento, Calif.); + Indiana Classic (Bloomington, Ind.); % All-College Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla.)

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Record By Decade

ORU vs. AP Top 25

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No. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1972: 16 - Associated Press 1974: 18 - Associated Press

2011-12 Season in Review

Single-Game

Points GAME- 152 by Oklahoma.................................. Dec. 10, 1988 HALF- 87 (2nd) by Oklahoma............................ Dec. 10, 1988 Fewest Points GAME- 30 by Baptist Christian............................Feb. 24, 1990 HALF- 5 (1st) by Baptist Christian.......................Feb. 24, 1990 FG Made 56, by Oklahoma............................................... Dec. 29, 1987 Fewest FG Made 11, by Baptist Christian......................................Feb. 24, 1990 FG Attempted 116, by Oklahoma............................................. Dec. 29, 1987 Fewest FG Attempted 30, by Oklahoma City...........................................Feb. 5, 1983 FG Percentage .702 (33-for-47) by Arkansas State......................Jan. 9, 1988 Lowest FG Percentage .172 (11-for-64) by Baptist Christian..................Feb. 24, 1990 3Pt Shots Made 16, by Louisville....................................................Jan. 2, 1993 3Pt Attempted 38, by Hendrix College....................................... Nov. 20, 1989 FT Made 39, by Colorado State......................................... Dec. 17, 1988 FT Attempted 50, by Texas......................................................... Dec. 8, 1987 Rebounds 73, by LeMoyne-Owens..................................... Nov. 18, 1989 Assists 39, by Oklahoma............................................... Dec. 10, 1988 Personal Fouls 35, by Lincoln.......................................................Jan. 7, 1971 Steals 19, by Kansas.....................................................Jan. 14, 1993 Blocked Shots 13, by Georgetown............................................ Dec. 14, 1988 13, at Minnesota............................................... Dec. 12, 2003 Turnovers 37, by Baptist Christian..................................... Dec. 17, 1994

ORU In The WEEKLY AP Rankings

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ORU Team Miscellaneous

Record Pct. Overall ....................................... 30-17..................... .651 Home ........................................... 25-4 ..................... .852 Road ............................................ 4-12...................... .266 Neutral ........................................ 1-1 ...................... .500

Coaching Staff

Rk Name Years No. 1. Dominique Morrison 2008-12 129 2. Caleb Green 2003-07 128 Yemi Ogunoye 2002-04, 2005-08 128 4. Jeff Acres 1980-85 122 5. Ken Tutt 2003-07 118 Jonathan Bluitt 2002-06 118 7. Brian Miles 1983-87 114 Eric Perry 1996-00 114 Matt Gastel 2000-05 114 10. Rocky Walls 1994-98 113 Luke Spencer-Gardner 2000-05 113

Record In Season Openers

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Year-by-Year Record Year ........ Won ....... Lost ..........Pct. 1972-73......... 15.............. 2..............882 1973-74......... 18.............. 1..............947 1974-75......... 14.............. 2..............875 1975-76......... 15.............. 1..............938 1976-77......... 14.............. 2..............875 1977-78........... 8.............. 6..............571 1978-79......... 13.............. 2..............867 1979-80......... 12.............. 1..............923 1980-81......... 10.............. 6..............625 1981-82......... 12.............. 5..............706 1982-83......... 10.............. 5..............667 1983-84......... 11.............. 3..............786 1984-85......... 11.............. 6..............647 1985-86........... 7............ 10..............412 1986-87......... 10.............. 5..............667 1987-88........... 8.............. 8..............500 1988-89........... 3.............. 8..............273 1989-90......... 18.............. 0...........1.000 1990-91......... 16.............. 2..............889 1991-92........... 7.............. 4..............636 1992-93........... 5.............. 5..............500 1993-94........... 5.............. 8..............385 1994-95........... 9.............. 6..............600 1995-96......... 11.............. 4..............733 1996-97......... 14.............. 0...........1.000 1997-98......... 11.............. 1..............916 1998-99......... 10.............. 2..............833 1999-00 .......... 8.............. 4..............667 2000-01........... 7.............. 7..............500 2001-02........... 9.............. 4..............692 2002-03......... 12.............. 1..............923 2003-04......... 10.............. 3..............769 2004-05......... 12.............. 1..............923 2005-06......... 10.............. 2..............833 2006-07......... 12.............. 2..............857 2007-08......... 12.............. 1..............923 2008-09........... 9.............. 2..............818 2009-10......... 10.............. 3..............769 2010-11........... 9.............. 3..............750 2011-12......... 15.............. 1..............938 40 Years.... 432........138...........758

Mabee Center Records Most Points 66, Anthony Roberts vs. N.C. A&T ...............................2/19/77 OPP.- 54, Michael Watson, UMKC...............................2/22/03 TEAM- 143 vs. LeMoyne-Owen College........................1/8/91 HALF- 80 (2nd) vs. LeMoyne-Owen.............................1/8/91 vs. Div. I Opp: 70 (1st) vs. UT-Arlington......................12/17/01 OT- 17 vs. Harvard ...................................................12/27/74 OPP. TEAM- 136 by Texas...........................................12/1/92 HALF- 68 (1st & 2nd) by Texas...................................12/1/92 Combined-244, ORU (143) vs. LeMoyne-Owen (101)......1/8/91 Most consecutive wins............................ 23 (2/25/89-12/1/91) ....................................................................23 (1/13/11 - 3/14/12)

Most Field Goals Made 25, Anthony Roberts vs. Oregon (NIT)...........................3/9/77 25, Anthony Roberts vs. NC A&T.................................2/19/77 25, Richard Fuqua vs. Moorhead.................................1/15/72 25, Richard Fuqua vs. Trinity.......................................2/17/73

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OPP.- 20, Bernard Tomlin (Hofstra) ...........................1/10/74 TEAM- 59 vs. Stetson.................................................2/17/79 OPP.- 53 by Texas ......................................................12/1/92 Combined-103, ORU (56) vs. Loyola Marymount (47)....1/27/73

Most Field-Goal Attempts 49, Richard Fuqua vs. Illinois State..............................2/14/73 OPP.- 39, Floyd Wilson (Langston)...........................11/16/89 TEAM- 124 vs. Loyola Marymount .............................1/27/73 OPP.- 106 by Texas.....................................................12/1/92 Combined-220, ORU 124 vs. Loyola Marymount 96.......1/27/73

Field-Goal Pct. (min. 10 att.) .923, Jeff Acres (12-13) vs. Okla. Baptist ...................11/24/84 .923, Blake Moses (12-13) vs. S.F. Austin...................11/30/96 TEAM- .693 (45-65) vs. Butler....................................1/20/84

Free Throw Pct. (min. 10 att.) 1.000, Brian Miles (10-10) vs. SW Texas .....................1/17/87 1.000, Reggie Borges (10-10) vs. Okla. Wes. .............11/23/02 1.000, Caleb Green (10-10) vs. Lamar.........................12/4/06 1.000, Adam Liberty (10-10) vs. Montana................12/19/06 1.000, Dominique Morrison (10-10) vs. UMKC............1/15/11 1.000, Dominiuq Morrison (11-11) vs. South Dakota....1/7/12 TEAM- 1.000 (21-21) vs. Chicago St. .........................1/24/98 1.000 (15-15) vs. USC ................................................1/12/75 Most Rebounds 34, David Vaughn vs. Brandeis......................................1/8/73 OPP.- 23, Rick McKinstry (Evansville) ........................2/19/83 TEAM- 92 vs. Brandeis.................................................1/8/73 OPP.- 73 by LeMoyne-Owen....................................11/18/89 Combined-143, ORU (70) vs. LeMoyne-Owen (73).......11/18/89

Most Assists

Most 3-Pointers Made 9, Greg Sutton vs. SE Missouri State..........................12/15/90 9, Greg Sutton vs. LeMoyne-Owen ...............................1/8/91 9, Eric Perry vs. Chicago State.......................................2/3/00 9, Markius Barnes vs. UMKC..........................................2/2/02 OPP.- 10, Michael Watson, UMKC ...............................2/22/03 TEAM- 20 vs. LeMoyne-Owen .....................................1/8/91 Div. I Team-18 vs. Jarvis Christian ..........................11/15/97 OPP.- 14 by UMKC (36 att.) .......................................2/22/03 Combined-24, ORU (20) vs. LeMoyne-Owen (4) .........1/8/91

Most 3-Point Attempts 21, Greg Sutton vs. SE Missouri State .........................1/15/90 21, Greg Sutton vs. LeMoyne-Owen .............................1/8/91 OPP.- 22, Floyd Wilson (Langston) ............................1/16/89 22, Michael Watson (UMKC) .......................................2/22/03 TEAM- 53 vs. LeMoyne-Owen......................................1/8/91 OPP.- 37 by Science & Arts (OK) ..................................3/1/91 Div. I Team-36 by UMKC (made 14) .........................2/22/03 Combined-79, ORU (53) vs. LeMoyne-Owen (26) .......1/8/91

3-Point Field-Goal Pct. (min. 5 att.) .900, Eric Perry (9-10) vs. Chicago State........................2/3/00 TEAM- .684 (13-19) vs. UT-Arlington.......................12/17/01

Most Free Throws Made 16, Anthony Roberts vs. NC A&T ................................2/19/77 16, Caleb Green vs. Akron...........................................12/2/06 OPP.- 22, Lou Silver (Harvard) ...................................2/27/74 TEAM- 38 vs. Centenary...............................................2/2/08 OPP.- 33 by Texas A&M ...........................................12/23/72 Combined-54, ORU (28) vs. SE Missouri (26)...........12/15/90

Most Free-Throw Attempts 19, Caleb Green vs. Akron...........................................12/2/06 19, Steven Roundtree vs. Indiana State.....................11/20/10 OPP.- 25, Lou Silver (Harvard) .................................12/27/74 TEAM- 50 vs. Centenary ..............................................2/2/08 OPP.- 46 by Marshall .................................................2/10/73 46 by Texas A&M .....................................................12/23/72 Combined-77, ORU (36) vs. Abilene Christian (41)......1/5/84

15, Haywoode Workman vs. St. Louis............................2/7/87 OPP.- 17, Kevin McAdoo (Detroit) ...............................2/1/86 TEAM- 37 vs. Stetson.................................................2/18/79 OPP.- 30 by Tulsa .........................................................1/2/86 Combined- 51, ORU (25 vs. SEMO (26)......................2/12/81 51, ORU (29) vs. St. Martin’s College (22)..................11/19/90 51, ORU (26) vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (25)...................2/15/92

Most Steals 9, Haywoode Workman vs. South Carolina .................1/28/89 OPP.- 6, (6x); last by Abdullah Lawal (SW OK St.).......11/9/07 TEAM- 23 vs. Baptist Christian ................................12/17/94 OPP.- 18 by Baylor...................................................11/26/85 Combined-34, ORU (23) vs. Baptist Christian (11) .......12/17/94

Most Blocked Shots 9, Alvin Scott vs. West Texas State...............................1/24/77 OPP.- 7, Bruce Vanley (Tulsa) ...................................12/18/82 TEAM- 13 vs. West Texas State...................................1/24/77 OPP.- 10 by Louisville ................................................3/14/74 Combined-17, ORU (9) vs. Md-E. Shore (8)................2/13/88

Most Personal Fouls TEAM- 35 vs. Texas A&M .........................................12/23/72 OPP.- 33 by Loyola (Chi.) .............................................2/7/81 Combined-61, ORU 35 vs. Texas A&M 26.................12/23/72

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Tournament

Single Game

2001, at Ft. Wayne, Ind. W 3/4/01 #6 ORU 73, #3Youngstown State 70 - Quarterfinals L 3/5/01 #2 Southern Utah 73, #6 ORU 62 - Semifinals 2002, at Ft. Wayne, Ind. W 3/3/02 #2 ORU 86, #7 Western Illinois 75 (OT)- Quarterfinals L 3/4/02 #6 IUPUI 58, #2 ORU 53- Semifinals 2003, at Kansas City, Mo. (Kemper Arena) L 3/9/03 #6 UMKC 76, #3 ORU 73 - Quarterfinals 2004, at Kansas City, Mo. (Kemper Arena) L 3/7/04 #5 UMKC 86, #4ORU 73- Quarterfinals 2005, at Tulsa, Okla. (John Q. Hammons Arena) W 3/5/05 #1 ORU 82, #8 Southern Utah 59- Quarterfinals W 3/7/05 #1 ORU 80, #4 IUPUI 69 - Semifinals L 3/8/05 #7 Oakland 61, #1 ORU 60 - Finals 2006, at Tulsa, Okla. (John Q. Hammons Arena) W 3/4/06 #1 ORU 60, #8 Western Illinois 53 - Quarterfinals W 3/6/06 #1 ORU 77, #4 Valparaiso 58 - Semifinals W 3/7/06 #1 ORU 85, #6 Chicago State 72 - Finals 2007, at Tulsa, Okla. (John Q. Hammons Arena) W 3/4/07 #1 ORU 79, #8 Centenary 59- Quarterfinals W 3/5/07 #1 ORU 75, #4 IUPUI 54 - Semifinals W 3/6/07 #1 ORU 71, #2 Oakland 67- Finals

2011, at Sioux Falls, S.D. (Sioux Falls Arena) W 3/5/11 #2 ORU 72, #7 North Dakota St. 54- Quarterfinals W 3/7/11 #2 ORU 83, #3 IUPUI 77 - Semifinals L 3/8/11 #1 Oakland 90, #2 ORU 76 - Finals 2012, at Sioux Falls, S.D. (Sioux Falls Arena) W 3/3/11 #1 ORU 71, #8 IPFW 67- Quarterfinals L 3/5/11 #4 Western Illinois 54, #1 ORU 53 - Semifinals

Tournament Series Records Opponent Centenary Chicago State IPFW IUPUI UMKC North Dakota State Oakland South Dakota State Southern Utah Valparaiso Western Illinois Youngstown State

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

First Last 2007 2008 2006 2006 2008 2012 2002 2011 2003 2004 2010 2011 2005 2011 2009 2009 1998 2005 1999 2006 2002 2012 1998 2001

Tournament Record by Seed

Seed Times Record #1 6 13-3 #2 4 4-4 #3 2 1-2 #4 1 0-1 #5 1 1-1 #6 1 1-1

2012-13 Opponents

Points: 94, vs. Southern Utah, 3/1/98 Field Goals: 32, vs. Southern Utah, 3/1/98 FG Attempts: 70, vs. Southern Utah, 3/1/98 3PT FG: 14, vs. Western Illinois, 3/3/02 (OT)* 3PT FG Att: 32, vs. Western Illinois, 3/3/02 (OT) FT: 27, vs. Chicago State (3/7/06) FT Att: 35, vs. Chicago State (3/7/06) Rebounds: 59, vs. Southern Utah, 3/1/98 Assists: 20, vs. Southern Utah, 3/5/05 Blocks: 10, vs. Centenary, 3/4/07* Steals: 10 (3x), last vs. North Dakota State, 3/5/11

2000, at Ft. Wayne, Ind. W 3/5/00 #5 ORU 67, #4 Youngstown State 59- Quarterfinals L 3/6/00 #1 Valparaiso 71, #5 ORU 56 - Semifinals

2010, at Sioux Falls, S.D. (Sioux Falls Arena) W 3/7/10 #3 ORU 65, #6 North Dakota St. 64 (OT) - Quarterfinals L 3/8/10 #2 IUPUI 69, #3 ORU 65 - Semifinals

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Points: 231 (2011) Field Goals: 82 (2011) FG Attempts: 181 (2011) 3PT FG: 22 (2005) 3PT FG Att: 60 (2008) FT: 56 (2006) FT Att: 74 (2006, 2011) Rebounds: 122 (2008) Assists: 51 (2005) Blocks: 21 (2007) Steals: 20 (2005, 2006, 2007, 2011) *Tournament Record

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1999, at Moline, Ill. W 3/1/99 #1 ORU 72, #4Youngstown State 58- Semifinals L 3/2/99 #2 Valparaiso 73, #1 ORU 69- Finals

2009, at Sioux Falls, S.D. (Sioux Falls Arena) L 3/7/09 #7 South Dakota State 72, #2 ORU 69 (OT)- Quarterfinals

Meet the Golden Eagles

Points: 78, Caleb Green (2007) Field Goals: 26, Caleb Green (2007) FG Attempts: 47, Dominique Morrison (2011) 3PT FG: 15, Moses Ehambe (2008) 3PT FG Att: 30, Moses Ehambe (2008) FT: 24, Dominique Morrison (2011) FT Att: 30, Caleb Green (2007) Rebounds: 31, Caleb Green (2006) Assists: 15, Jonathan Bluitt (2006) Blocks: 14, Kendrick Moore (2002) Steals: 8, Jonathan Bluitt (2006)

1998, at Moline, Ill. W 3/1/98 #2 ORU 94, #7Southern Utah 84 (2 OT)- Quarterfinals L 3/2/98 #3Youngstown State 74, #2 ORU 60- Semifinals

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Points: 31, Markius Barnes vs. Youngstown State, 3/4/01 Field Goals: 11 (3x), last by Caleb Green vs. Oakland, 3/6/07 FG Attempts: 21 (2x), last by Dominique Morrison vs. North Dakota State, 3/7/10 3PT FG: 8, Moses Ehambe vs. Centenary, 3/8/08* 3PT FG Att: 14, Tyrone Tiggs vs. Western Illinois (OT), 3/3/02 FT: 11, Caleb Green vs. Centenary, 3/4/07 11, Dominique Morrison vs. IUPUI, 3/7/11 FT Att: 18, Rocky Walls vs. Southern Utah, 3/1/98 Rebounds: 21, Rocky Walls vs. Southern Utah, 3/1/98 Assists: 8,twice, last by Ken Tutt vs. IUPUI, 3/7/05 Blocks: 9, Kendrick Moore vs. IUPUI, 3/4/02* Steals: 5, Michael Craion vs. IUPUI, 3/8/10

2008, at Tulsa, Okla. (John Q. Hammons Arena) W 3/8/08 #1 ORU 84, #8 Centenary 56 - Quarterfinals W 3/10/08 #1 ORU 58, #5 IPFW 42 - Semifinals W 3/11/08 #1 ORU 71, #2 IUPUI 64 - Finals

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Tournament History All-College Classic (5-8) Oklahoma City, Okla. Dec. 27, 1973 Dec. 28, 1973 Dec. 29, 1973 Dec. 27, 1977 Dec. 29, 1977 Dec. 30, 1977 Dec. 29, 1987 Dec. 30, 1987 Dec. 29, 1998 Dec. 30, 1998 Dec. 29, 2000 Dec. 30, 2000 Dec. 20, 2008

Cancun Challenge (2-2) Cancun, Mexico

Weber State Houston So. California Arizona State Oklahoma City Austin Peay Oklahoma Iowa Cal Poly Oklahoma Oklahoma UT-Pan American Oklahoma State

W, 82-79 W, 118-108 L, 75-96 L, 66-82 W, 80-65 L, 73-80 L, 93-144 L, 94-126 W, 96-78 L , 69-85 L, 51-84 L, 62-81 W, 74-59

America’s Youth Classic (1-1) Stillwater, Okla. Nov. 19, 1999 Idaho (OT) Nov. 20, 1999 Appalachian State

L, 70-71 W, 78-68

Arkansas State Classic (1-1) Jonesboro, Ark. Dec. 7, 1990 Arkansas State Dec. 8, 1990 Texas Southern

L, 67-80 W, 103-98

L, 58-60 W, 73-68 W, 90-78 W, 61-53

BMA Holiday Classic (0-2) Kansas City, Mo. Dec. 29, 1987 Missouri Dec. 30, 1987 Pennsylvania

L, 57-84 L, 63-71

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Dec. 8, 1989 Southern Nazarene Dec. 9, 1989 Okla. Christian

W, 127-108 L, 93-98

Far West Classic (2-1) Portland, Ore. Dec. 27, 1976 North Carolina Dec. 29, 1976 Bowling Green Dec. 30, 1976 Oregon State

W, 91-86 L, 89-92

Great Alaska Shootout (2-1) Anchorage, Alaska

Dec. 10, 1993 Washington State Dec. 11, 1993 Tennessee Tech

Jan. 6, 1967 Jan. 7, 1967 Nov. 23, 1967 Nov. 24, 1967

W, 76-74 L, 62-72 W, 90-58

Joe Lapchick Classic (1-1) New York, N.Y.

L, 76-98 W, 89-68

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Nov. 30, 1979 St. John’s Dec. 1, 1979 Princeton

W, 68-48 L, 70-73 W, 62-54

L, 50-98 L, 73-99

W, 91-84 W, 102-84 L, 76-79 L, 78-86

L, 78-90 W, 70-62

KYLT/Coca Cola Classic (2-0) Missoula, Mont. Dec. 6, 1996 Southern Utah Dec. 7, 1996 Montana

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Dec. 28, 1978 Mississippi State Dec. 29, 1978 Wisconsin

L, 69-91 W, 102-69

Dec. 13, 1974 Dec, 14, 1974 Dec. 6, 1991 Dec. 7, 1991

Idaho State Marshall Marshall South Florida

W, 59-55 L, 73-82 W, 82-62 W, 99-92

Mid-Continent Conference/Summit League (20-12) L, 84-100 W, 83-76 W, 77-68

Gator Bowl (1-1) Jacksonville, Fla.

Nov. 23, 2005 Southern Cal Nov. 25, 2005 Marquette Nov. 26, 2005 Monmouth

L, 56-69 L, 49-52 W, 80-78

Marshall Invitational (3-1) Huntington, W.Va.

Domino’s Pizza Classic (1-1) Bethany, Okla.

L, 55-64 L, 97-109

Cable Car Classic (1-1) San Francisco, Calif. Dec. 19, 1975 San Francisco Dec. 20, 1975 Santa Clara

Nov. 20, 1989 Hendrix Nov. 21, 1989 Central Arkansas

Dec. 21, 2010 Miami Dec. 22, 2010 Arkansas-Little Rock Dec. 23, 2010 Rice

Louisville Holiday Classic (1-1) Louisville, Ky.

Central Arkansas Classic (1-1) Conway, Ark.

John Brown Classic (2-2) Siloam Springs, Ark.

BYU Holiday Classic (2-1) Provo, Utah Dec. 28, 2006 Seton Hall Dec. 29, 2006 BYU Dec. 30, 2006 Liberty

W, 83-81 L, 55-76 L, 65-71 W, 72-51

Indiana Classic (0-2) Bloomington, Ind.

BYU Cougar Classic (0-2) Provo, Utah Dec. 13, 1991 Princeton Dec. 14, 1991 Utah State

@Stanford @Virginia Sam Houston State Florida A&M

Dec. 2, 1988 Alabama Dec. 3, 1988 Jacksonville

Bank IV/Boatmen’s* Classic (3-1) Tulsa, Okla. (Mabee Center) Dec. 2, 1994 Texas A&M Dec. 3, 1994 Appalachian State Dec. 30, 1995 Tulsa Dec. 30, 1996 Southern Miss. *Bank IV: 1994-95; Boatmen’s: 1996

Nov. 18, 2009 Nov. 21, 2009 Nov. 24, 2009 Nov. 25, 2009

Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic (1-2) Las Vegas, Nev.

W, 59-58 W, 78-69

Mar. 1, 1998 *Southern Utah (2OT) Mar. 3, 1998 *Youngstown State Mar. 1, 1999 *Youngstown State Mar. 2, 1999 *Valparaiso Mar. 5, 2000 !Youngstown State Mar. 6, 2000 !Valparaiso Mar. 4, 2001 !Youngstown State Mar. 5, 2001 !Southern Utah Mar. 3, 2002 !Western Illinois (OT) Mar. 4, 2002 !IUPUI Mar. 9, 2003 ^UMKC Mar. 7, 2004 ^UMKC Mar. 5, 2005 $Southern Utah Mar. 7, 2005 $IUPUI Mar. 8, 2005 $Oakland Mar. 4, 2006 $Western Illinois Mar. 6, 2006 $Valparaiso Mar. 7, 2006 $Chicago State Mar. 3, 2007 $Centenary Mar. 5, 2007 $IUPUI Mar. 6, 2007 $Oakland Mar. 8, 2008 $Centenary Mar. 10, 2008 $IPFW Mar. 11, 2008 $IUPUI Mar. 7, 2009 %South Dakota State Mar. 7, 2010 %North Dakota State Mar. 8, 2010 %IUPUI Mar. 5, 2011 %North Dakota State Mar. 7, 2011 %IUPUI Mar. 8, 2011 %Oakland Mar. 3, 2012 %IPFW Mar. 5, 2012 %Western Illinois *- Moline, Ill. !- Fort Wayne, Ind. ^-Kansas City, Mo. $-Tulsa, Okla. %-Sioux Falls, S.D.

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Tournament History W, 101-100 W, 103-93 L, 71-77 L, 71-74 L, 77-78 W, 79-78 W, 101-91 W, 68-66 W, 56-53 W, 74-69 L, 83-89 L, 70-76 L, 64-75

W, 94-74 L, 78-94 L, 65-82 W, 97-95 L, 59-68 L, 89-90 L, 73-81 L, 58-74 L, 72-85 L, 59-68

L, 77-78 W, 80-44 W, 62-56 W, 73-65

Dec. 29, 1971 Dec. 30, 1971 Dec. 29, 1972 Dec. 30, 1972 Dec. 21, 1973 Dec. 22, 1973 Dec. 27, 1974 Dec. 28, 1974 Jan. 5, 1990 Jan. 6, 1990

Connecticut Loyola Marymount St. Mary’s (CA) Montana State Los Angeles State Murray State Harvard (OT) Bowling Green Arkansas Tech SW Oklahoma

United Airlines Tip-Off Tourn. (0-2) Honolulu, Hawaii Nov. 26, 1999 VMI Nov. 28, 1999 William & Mary (OT)

W, 106-68 W, 103-86 W, 110-96 W, 116-68 W, 103-76 W, 86-83 W, 91-84 W, 95-86 W, 92-66 W, 89-72

L, 72-62 W, 68-48

L, 44-56 L, 76-82

Valdosta State Classic (1-1) Valdosta, Ga. Jan. 2, 1967 Valdosta State Jan. 3, 1967 West Georgia State

L, 59-90 W, 61-48

Western Carolina Holiday (2-1) Cullhowee, N.C. Dec. 12, 1968 Morris Harvey Dec. 13, 1968 Western Carolina Dec. 14, 1968 Winston-Salem

L, 68-77 W, 102-69 W, 98-89

Pioneer Classic (2-0) Plainview, Texas Dec. 1, 1989 W. New Mexico Dec. 2, 1989 Panhandle State

W, 121-87 W, 93-58

Quincy International (4-2) Quincy, Ill. Dec. 26, 1968 Dec. 27, 1968 Dec. 28, 1968 Dec. 26, 1970 Dec. 27, 1970 Dec. 28, 1970

Washburn Defiance Quincy St. Benedict Illinois Wesleyan Tennessee State

L, 68-74 W, 92-73 W, 90-63 W, 120-83 W, 87-69 L, 85-89

Rainbow Classic (1-2) Honolulu, Hawaii Dec. 20, 2004 Georgetown Dec. 22, 2004 Hawaii Dec. 23, 2004 UAB

W, 81-63 L, 54-55 L, 77-84

San Juan Shootout (4-5) San Juan, Puerto Rico Dec. 21, 1997 Dec. 22, 1997 Dec. 23, 1997 Dec. 20, 2001 Dec. 21, 2001 Dec. 22, 2001 Dec. 20, 2008 Dec. 21, 2008

Tennessee Tech St. Bonaventure Southern Miss Jacksonville Texas-Pan Am Florida International Wright State Murray State

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W, 86-80 W, 124-95

W, 63-60 L, 68-84

State Farm Classic (1-1) Charleston, S.C. Dec. 29, 2002 Howard Dec. 30, 2002 Maryland-BC

Oklahoma Christian Classic (2-0) Edmond, Okla. Jan. 4, 1991 Southern Nazarene Jan. 5, 1991 Oklahoma Christian

Nov. 21, 2003 South Carolina St. Nov. 22, 2003 at Oklahoma

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W, 86-82 W, 96-93 L, 90-93 (OT) L, 83-92 L, 78-94 L, 54-70 L, 63-82

NIT Tip-Off Nov. 15 UTSA^ Nov. 16 Arkansas-Pine Bluff^ Nov. 21 SMU * Nov. 22 FIU * ^ Stillwater, Okla. * Tulsa, Okla.

W, 96-90 L, 65-81 W, 69-67 L, 63-80 W, 85-76 L, 56-63

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NCAA Tournament (2-5) Mar. 19, 1974 Syracuse Mar. 14, 1974 Louisville Mar. 16, 1974 Kansas Mar. 15, 1984 Memphis State Mar. 17, 2006 Memphis Mar. 15, 2007 Washington State Mar. 20, 2008 Pittsburgh

Tulane Georgia Connecticut Tulsa Pan American Tulsa

W, 86-63

Sooner Invitational (1-1) Norman, Okla.

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L, 89-92 W, 74-68

National Invitation Tournament (NIT) (2-8) Mar. 18, 1972 vs. Memphis State % Mar. 21, 1972 at St. John’s % Mar. 17, 1973 vs. North Carolina % Mar. 16, 1975 vs. Memphis State % Mar. 20, 1975 vs. Oregon % Mar. 9, 1977 Oregon # Mar. 9, 1981 Oklahoma # Mar. 12, 1997 at Notre Dame Mar. 16, 2005 at Maryland Mar. 18, 2012 Nevada # % New York, N.Y. # Tulsa, Okla.

Dec. 12, 1980 Dec. 13, 1980 Dec. 11, 1981 Dec. 12, 1981 Dec. 17, 1982 Dec. 18, 1982

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ORU Classic (10-0) Tulsa, Okla.

Nassau Classic (1-1) Long Island, N.Y. Dec. 19, 1972 Jacksonville Dec. 20, 1972 Hofstra

Oil Capital Classic (3-3) Tulsa, Okla.

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Mar. 1, 1980 #Oklahoma City Mar. 2, 1980 #Loyola (Chi) Mar. 3, 1981 #Evansville Mar. 2, 1982 ^Xavier Mar. 9, 1983 #Detroit Mar. 8, 1984 +Oklahoma City Mar. 9, 1984 +Evansville Mar. 10, 1984 +Xavier Mar. 7, 1985 ^St. Louis Mar. 8, 1985 ^Evansville Mar. 9, 1985 ^Loyola (Chi) Feb. 27, 1986 *Loyola (Chi) Feb. 26, 1987 *St. Louis # Evansville, Ind. ^ Tulsa, Okla. + Chicago, Ill. * Indianapolis, Ind.

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1,000 Point Scorers 1. Greg Sutton

3,070 1988-91 Guard Oklahoma City, Okla.

Played just three seasons, but holds virtually every ORU offensive record ... Averaged an incredible 29.5 points per contest ... Averaged a career-high 34.3 points per game in 1990-91 ... ORU improved from 8-20 in Sutton’s first season to a school record 36 wins in 1989-90 ... ORU was a combined 73-32 while Sutton played ... A two-time (1989-90, 1990-91) NAIA AllAmerican, scored 40 points or more an incredible 13 times and 50 or more points twice in his career ...The Oklahoma City native was also a solid rebounder, pulling down 494 rebounds during his career, an average of 4.8 per contest ... Sutton scored a careerhigh 68 points on Dec. 5, 1990, against Oklahoma City ... He was drafted in the second round of the 1991 NBA draft by the San Antonio Spurs, but ended up playing two seasons with the Charlotte Hornets before playing one year with the Philadelphia 76’ers. Season G FG-FGA PCT 1988-89 28 214-564 .379 1989-90 41 417-976 .427 1990-91 35 393-858 .458 Totals 104 1,024-2,398 .427

3FG-A 83-251 170-443 185-463 438-1,157

PCT FT-FTA PCT .331 103-157 .656 .384 252-328 .768 .400 229-280 .818 .379 584-765 .763

3. Caleb Green

PTS AVG 614 21.9 1,256 30.6 1,200 34.3 3,070 29.5

2,503 2003-07 Forward Tulsa, Okla.

Led ORU to two NCAA Tournaments (2006, 2007), one NIT (2005) and three consecutive Mid-Continent Conference regular season titles (2005, 2006, 2007) ... Guided ORU to 86 victories in four seasons, including three straight 20-win seasons ... Three-time (2005, 2006, 2007) Associated Pres AllAmerican (HM) ... Three-time (2005, 2006, 2007) Mid-Con Player of the Year ... 18th player in NCAA history with over 2,500 points and 1,000 rebounds ... Ended career as the Mid-Con’s all-time leader in points, rebounds, free throws made, and free throws attempted ... 2007 Mid-Major Player of the Year ... Played in 2007 NABC All-Star game ... Set school record with 61 career double-doubles ... Set school record with 35 20-point, 10-rebound games ... Four-time first-team all-conference selection ... 15-time Mid-Con Player of the Week selection ... Ranked fifth nationally with 16 doubledoubles in 2004-05 ... First ORU sophomore to reach 1,000 career points and 500 career rebounds. Season G 2003-04 28 2004-05 33 2005-06 33 2006-07 34 Totals 128

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3FG-A 0-1 0-1 3-10 6-17 9-29

PCT FT-FTA PCT .000 126-177 .712 .000 213-283 .753 .300 235-308 .763 .353 278-336 .760 .310 852-1134 .751

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2. Richard Fuqua 1969-73 Guard Chattanooga, Tenn.

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A four-year contributor to the ORU program ... One of only three players in school history to lead the team in scoring four-straight years ... Averaged 27.1 points and 4.7 rebounds for his career ... Scored 40 or more points in a game 16 times, 50 or more points seven times and 60 or more points once ... His career-high 60, came against the University of the South on Jan. 15, 1971 ... Playing before the advent of the three-point shot, Fuqua hoisted up a school-record 2,838 field goal attempts, hitting 1,273 of those ... ORU’s first All-American, Fuqua went on to capture three All-American awards in his career ... Fuqua’s No. 24 jersey is one of only two jerseys to be retired in school history. Season G FG-FGA PCT 3FG-A 1969-70 31 228-483 .472 - 1970-71 26 353-701 .504 - 1971-72 28 423-941 .450 - 1972-73 26 269-713 .377 - Totals 111 1,273-2,838 .449 -

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FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG 105-147 .714 561 18.1 120-171 .702 826 31.8 160-210 .762 1,006 .35.9 73-130 .562 611 23.5 458-658 .696 3,004 27.1

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One of only two players to have his jersey (No. 15) retired ... Played without the benefit of the three-point shot ... A threetime All-American ... Averaged 21.7 points and 7.4 rebounds per contest ... Pulled down 800 rebounds in his career, fifthmost in school history ... Scored 40 points or more in a game 10 times ... Only player in school history to score 60 or more points twice ... Scored a career-high 66 points against North Carolina A&T on Feb. 19, 1977 ... Followed that up with 65 points less than a month later against Oregon at home in the first round of the NIT on March 9, 1977 ...The 65 points in the postseason was a major-college record ... Averaged 34.0 points per game that season, the second-best average in the nation that year ... Led ORU to an 84-27 record and three-postseason berths in his four seasons. Season G FG-FGA PCT 3FG-A 1973-74 26 60-129 .465 - 1974-75 28 267-566 .472 - 1975-76 26 277-573 .483 - 1976-77 28 402-739 .544 - Totals 108 1,006-2,007 .501 -

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FT-FTA PCT PTS 14-23 .609 97 92-129 .713 626 76-98 .776 630 147-184 .799 951 329-434 .758 2,341

AVG 3.7 22.4 24.2 34.0 21.7

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3FG-A 25-75 43-120 40-99 55-130 163-424

PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG .333 70-86 .814 297 9.6 .358 135-162 .833 506 15.3 .404 149-191 .780 603 19.5 .423 189-229 .825 674 19.8 .384 543-668 .813 2,080 16.1

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PCT FT-FTA PCT .449 92-109 .844 .392 87-100 .870 .419 64-65 .831 .387 99-135 .733 .412 332-409 .812

PTS 579 563 326 551 2019

AVG 20.7 17.1 14.2 16.2 17.1

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The highest scoring player at ORU during the decade of the 1990’s ... Averaged 17.7 points, 2.7 rebounds and 3.4 assists per game during his four-year career ... Helped ORU improve from 6-21 his freshman year to 27-7 his junior year and a NIT berth (1996-97) ... Led the team in scoring all four seasons he played ... His 16.3 point per game average his freshman season is the second-highest per game average for a freshman in school history ... ORU’s best three-point shooter (by percentage) of all time ... Hit 333of-757 three-point shots (44 percent) ... Hit an incredible 48.5 percent (95-of-196) of his three-pointers in 1997-98 ... One of the best free throw shooters in school history ... Ranked fifth all-time with a 82.7 free throw percentage ... Scored a career-high 34 points against Northeastern Illinois on Feb. 21, 1998 ... Dished a career-best 11 assists against Missouri on Dec. 10, 1997. Season G FG-FGA 1994-95 26 144-331 1995-96 27 161-338 1996-97 28 167-337 1997-98 31 190-385 Totals 112 664-1,391

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3FG-A 68-175 87-193 83-193 95-196 333-757

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3FG-A 101-225 82-209 52-124 84-217 319-775

PTS AVG 322 14.6 526 18.8 646 20.8 544 18.8 2,038 18.5

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PCT FT-FTA PCT .000 104-143 .727 .000 120-167 .719 .000 114-159 .717 .000 102-163 .626 .000 440-632 .696

1994-98 Guard Tulsa, Okla.

Clutch performer concluded career by sinking championshipwinning jumper in final 30 seconds against Oakland in 2007 Mid-Continent Conference championship game ... Helped lead ORU to two NCAA Tournaments (2006, 2007), one NIT (2005) and three consecutive Mid-Con regular season titles (2005, 2006, 2007) ... Guided ORU to 86 victories in four seasons, including three straight 20-win seasons ...Third in ORU history with 319 3-pointers ... Owned seven final-minute, game-winning shots ... Scored 25 or more points in eight consecutive games as a freshman ...Three-time first-team all-conference selection ...2006 Mid-Con Tournament MVP ... Scored in double-figures in 43 straight games over his freshman and sophomore seasons ... Named Mid-Con newcomer of the year in 2004 ... also earned Basketball Hall of Fame’s Edward S. Steitz Award as nation’s top 3-point shooter (2004) ...Mid-Major Freshman of the Year in 2004. FG-FGA 193-432 197-461 110-279 184-447 684-1619

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

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2003-07 Guard Garland, Texas

Season G 2003-04 28 2004-05 33 2005-06 23 2006-07 34 Totals 118

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Season G FG-FGA 1981-82 22 109-186 1982-83 28 203-368 1983-84 31 266-482 1984-85 29 221-380 Totals 110 799-1,416

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PCT .426 .416 .514 .488 .466

Arguably the best all-around player in school history ... Appears in the top 10 in 10 different career school statistic categories ... Ranked second in school history with 1,051 career rebounds and first in blocked shots with 164 ... Averaged 18.5 points, 9.6 rebounds and 1.5 blocks per game for his career ... Only player in school history to lead ORU in both scoring and rebounding in each of his four seasons ... Pulled down a career-high 21 rebounds against Tulsa at home on Jan. 12, 1984 ... Only player in school history to score 2,000 points and grab 1,000 rebounds ... A four-time All-American ... Despite Acres offensive heroics, ORU managed only a 68-51 record in his four seasons ... Acres did lead ORU to the NCAA Tournament, however, in the 1983-84 season ... That ORU squad finished the season 21-10.

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FG-FGA 101-237 164-394 207-403 215-441 687-1475

2,038 1981-85 Center Palos Verdse, Calif.

A four year starter for ORU, Morrison helped lead ORU to a pair of postseason bids in his final two seasons ... earned Summit League Player of the Year honors as a senior after leading the team to a 27-7 overall record, a 17-1 Summit League record and a regular season conference championship ... a two-time mid-major All-American, two time all-district selection and threetime Summit League Player of the Week, his career was capped off as he was named an AP All-American (HM) as a senior... averaged better than 19 points per game in each of his final two seasons and 16.1 points per game for his career playing in all but four games over his four year span ... he averaged just below 20 points per game as a senior but 22.2 points per game in league play, and was fourth among the NCAA’s active career scoring leaders. Season G 2008-09 31 2009-10 33 2010-11 31 2011-12 34 Totals 129

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1,000 Point Scorers 9. Haywoode Workman 1986-89 Guard Charlotte, N.C.

1,506

FG-FGA 125-342 206-496 205-424 536-1,262

PCT 3FG-A PCT FT-FTA PCT .366 16-56 .286 121-152 .796 .415 42-149 .282 108-143 .755 .483 37-101 .366 110-135 .815 .425 95-306 .310 339-430 .788

PTS AVG 387 13.8 562 19.4 557 19.9 1,506 17.7

11. Carl Hardaway 1,408 1966-70 Forward Millington, Tenn. The first player in school history to top the 1,000-point plateau ... Played for ORU’s first head coach Bill White and then for Ken Trickey’s first season in 1969-70 ... Helped lead ORU to a 76-29 (.724) record in his four seasons ... ORU was 27-4 his senior season and averaged 93.0 points per game ... His 608 field goals rank sixth all-time at ORU ... Pulled down a career-high 25 rebounds against Definace on Dec. 27, 1968 ... That single-game total is the fourth-most in school history.

Season G FG-FGA 1966-67 26 135-251 1967-68 24 136-238 1968-69 24 155-311 1969-70 31 182-388 Totals 105 608-1,188

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1,434 1980-85 Forward Palos Verdes, Calif

One of the hardest working players to ever wear the ORU jersey ...Played three seasons and averaged 17.7 points, 5.2 rebounds, 4.3 points and 2.9 steals per game ... Holds the school’s single-season record for steals with 103 in 1987-88 ...The 103 thefts were the fourth-most in the country that season ... Lead the team in scoring in 1987-88, averaging 19.4 points per game ... Scored a career-high 38 points against Iowa on Dec.30, 1987 ... Dished a career high 15 assists against St. Louis on Feb. 7, 1987 ... Pulled down 15 boards against Alabama State on Dec. 12, 1987, also a career-best ... Earned honorable mention All-America accolades in 1987-88 by Street & Smith ... Workman was drafted in the second round of the 1989 NBA draft by the Atlanta Hawks and played for more than a decade in the NBA. Season G 1986-87 28 1987-88 29 1988-89 28 Totals 85

10. Jeff Acres

PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG - 44-70 .629 314 12.1 - 32-56 .571 284 11.8 - 52-72 .722 362 15.1 - 84-118 .712 448 14.5 - 212-316 .671 1,408 13.4

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The second half of the only brother 1,000-point tandem in school history ... Brother, Mark, is also in the top 10 in scoring in ORU history ... Jeff played four solid seasons, averaging 12.2 points and 6.5 rebounds per game ... Averaged a career-best 15.0 points per outing in 1983-84 after returning from the injury ... Scored a career-high 27 points against Tulane on Dec. 12, 1980 ... Pulled down a personal-high 18 boards against cross-town rival Tulsa on Dec. 12, 1981 ... Ranked sixth in school history with 797 rebounds ... His 569 field goals rank seventh in school history ... Ranked seventh with 296 free throws made ... Also an excellent ball-handler ... Dished 263 career assists, ranking him in the top 10 in school history ... Drafted in the seventh round of the 1985 NBA draft by the Indiana Pacers. Season G FG-FGA 1980-81 27 153-317 1981-82 30 93-196 1983-84 31 177-373 1984-85 30 146-287 Totals 118 569-1,173

PCT 3FG-A .483 - .474 - .475 - .509 - .485 -

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12. Eddie Woods 1970-74 Forward Chattanooga, Tenn.

FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG 47-66 .712 353 13.1 50-82 .610 236 7.9 111-158 .703 465 15.0 88-137 .642 380 12.7 296-443 .668 1,434 12.2

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One of three players from Chattanooga, Tenn., to top the 1,000-point mark for ORU ... Considered the best rebounder in school history ... Played four seasons and averaged 12.5 points and 12.8 rebounds ...One of only two players in school history to score at least 1,000 points (1,340) and pull down at least 1,000 rebounds (1,365) ... Pulled down a career-high 30 rebounds against Lamar on Jan. 25, 1972 ...That singlegame total is the second most in school history ... Pulled down 20 or more rebounds eight different times during his career ... His 1,365 rebounds are 314 more than his nearest competitor ... Helped guide ORU to a 118-23 (.837) record in his four seasons ... Those 118 wins are the most for any four-year stretch in school history. Season G FG-FGA 1970-71 26 112-222 1971-72 28 151-272 1972-73 26 139-250 1973-74 27 151-328 Totals 107 553-1,072

PCT 3FG-A .505 - .555 - .556 - .460 - .516 -

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PCT - - - - -

FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG 62-108 .574 286 11.0 60-109 .550 362 12.9 49-74 .662 327 12.6 63-122 .516 365 13.5 234-413 .567 1,340 12.5

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1,000 Point Scorers 1,322

FG-FGA 146-351 167-428 139-308 452-1087

PCT .416 .390 .451 .416

3FG-A 57-156 76-207 63-174 196-537

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PCT 3FG-A .468 - .478 - .455 - .468 -

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PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG - 98-128 .766 478 17.1 - 71-94 .755 433 16.7 - 56-71 .789 318 11.4 - 225-293 .768 1,229 15.0

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3FG-A 22-71 36-119 58-190

PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG .310 98-175 .560 688 25.5 .303 104-156 .667 638 23.6 .305 202-331 .610 1,326 24.6

16. Calvin Garrett 1978-80 Forward Nashville, Tenn.

1,190

Played only two seasons at ORU ... Averaged 21.6 points and 8.3 rebounds per game for his career ... Led the team in scoring in each of his two seasons ... His 21.6 point per game scoring average is the fifth-most in school history ... An excellent free-throw shooter ... Hit 81 percent (188-of-232) of his charity stripe attempts ...That percentage is the seventh-best in ORU history ... Scored a career-best 30 points against Tulsa on Feb. 15, 1979 ... Pulled down a career-high 19 rebounds against Oklahoma City on Feb. 10, 1979 ... Drafted in the third round of the 1979 NBA draft by the Chicago Bulls but stayed in school ... Was then taken in the third round of the 1980 draft by the Houston Rockets. Season G 1978-79 27 1979-80 28 Totals 55

FG-FGA 245-474 256-509 501-983

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Season G FG-FGA 1974-75 28 190-406 1975-76 26 181-379 1976-77 28 131-288 Totals 82 502-1,073

PCT .517 .449 .483

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A three-year performer that helped lead the Golden Eagles to two NIT appearances ... ORU Hall of Fame inductee ... Averaged 15.0 points, 3.3 rebounds and 6.1 assists per game for his career ... His 501 career assists are the most in school history ... Played alongside ORU’s third-leading scorer in school history, Anthony Roberts ... His 17.1 points per game as a sophomore are the seventh most by a sophomore in ORU history ...Earned honorable mention All-America accolades from both the Associated Press and Converse in 1974-75 ... Was the Most Valuable Player on the 1973 United States Junior Olympic Team ... Scored a career high 36 points against Long Beach State on Jan. 9, 1975.

Season G FG-FGA 1991-92 27 284-549 1992-93 27 249-554 Totals 54 533-1,103

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15. Arnold Dugger 1974-77 Guard Bronx, N.Y.

PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG .365 60-86 .698 409 12.8 .367 92-113 .814 502 14.3 .362 70-87 .805 411 12.1 .365 222-286 .776 1,322 13.1

Topped the 1,000 point plateau despite playing only two seasons ... Averaged 24.6 points, 9.6 rebounds and 2.6 assists per game for his career ... Scored a career-high 52 points against Prairie View A&M on Jan. 16, 1992 ... One of only four players in school history to score 50 or more points in a game ... Scored 40 or more points in a game twice ... Pulled down a personal-best 19 rebounds against Middle Tennessee on Jan. 2, 1992 ... Led the team in scoring each of his two seasons ... Averaged a career-best 25.5 points per game during the 1991-92 season ... His 688 points that season are the eighthbest single-season total in school history ... His career 24.6 scoring average is the third-best at ORU.

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Season G 2009-10 32 2010-11 35 2011-12 34 Totals 101

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Midway through his junior season, Niles joined the 1,000-point club ... He has averaged better than 12 points per game in each of his first three seasons and broke the freshman scoring record with 39 points against IUPUI ... a two-time Summit League Player of the Week, he was a mid-major freshman All-American, named to the All-Newcomer team, and honorable mention all-conference selection as a sophomore and a junior ... entering his senior year is already among the career leaders in 3-pointers made and attempted and will likely crack the top 10 in career free throws made as well.

14. Ray Thompson 1991-93 Forward Argo, Ill.

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13. Warren Niles 2009-Present Guard Cincinnati, Ohio


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1,000 Point Scorers 17. Rocky Walls

1,188 1994-98 Forward Grand Prarie, Texas

A solid scorer and outstanding rebounder for four seasons ... Led ORU in rebounding in each of his four seasons ... Averaged 10.5 points and 8.5 rebounds per game for his career ... His 946 rebounds are the third-most in school history ... His 8.4 rebounds per game total is the 10th-best average in school history ... Played alongside Tim Gill under head coach Bill Self ... Helped lead the Golden Eagles to their first NIT Tournament Appearance in 15 years ... As a senior, became the first ORU player at the Division I level to average a double-double (13.6 ppg, 10.5 rpg) over an entire season since Mark Acres (1984-85) ... His 113 games played rank fourth all-time at ORU ... Recorded the highest rebound per game average (7.4) by a freshman in school history ... Was the 19th player in school history to record 20 or more rebounds in a game when he pulled down a career-best 20 boards against Chicago State on Jan. 24, 1998. Season G FG-FGA 1994-95 27 80-160 1995-96 27 100-183 1996-97 28 114-211 1997-98 31 164-326 Totals 113 458-880

PCT 3FG-A .500 1-3 .546 0-1 .540 1-3 .503 5-25 .520 7-32

PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG .333 52-97 .536 213 7.9 .000 72-139 .518 272 10.1 .333 52-118 .441 281 10.0 .200 89-173 .514 422 13.6 .219 25-527 .503 1,188 10.5

19. Derrick Taylor 1996-00 Forward Tulsa, Okla.

1,145

A solid four-year forward that played for Bill Self, Barry Hinson and Scott Sutton ...Became just the 10th-member of ORU’s 1,000-point, 500-rebound club ... Scored 1,145 points and pulled down 553 rebounds ... Averaged 11.3 points and 5.5 rebounds per game for his career ...Chosen to the second-team All-Mid-Continent Team his junior year, despite missing the last eight games with a knee injury ... Averaged 14.0 points per game in both his junior and senior seasons ... Averaged a career-best 7.3 rebounds his senior season ... Scored a career-high 34 points at Texas Pan American on Nov. 22, 1999 ... Pulled down a career-high 14 rebounds, all in the second half against Chicago State on Jan. 28, 1999.

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PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG .000 29-69 .420 117 4.2 .412 67-126 .531 394 13.6 .286 59-114 .518 297 14.0 .500 97-180 .539 337 14.0 .406 252-489 .515 1,145 11.3

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18. Clifford Crenshaw 1,146 1993-97 Guard/Forward Edmond, Okla. A four year contributor that averaged 10.7 points, 4.0 rebounds and 2.3 assists per contest ... Hit 134 threepointers during his career, good for fifth all-time at ORU ... His 39.2 three-point percentage is the fifth-best in school history ... Played in 107 games during his career, the 10th-most at ORU ... Scored a career-high 26 points twice during his career ... Against Rice on Feb. 22, 1995 and against Cal Poly-SLO on Jan. 4, 1996 ...Best season was his senior season (1996-97) ... Hit 54 percent of his field goals (117-of-215) and 73 percent of his free throws (56-of-77).

Season G 1993-94 25 1994-95 27 1995-96 27 1996-97 28 Totals 107

FG-FGA 68-146 94-208 117-240 117-215 396-809

PCT .466 .452 .488 .544 .489

3FG-A 20-46 33-85 39-105 42-106 134-342

20. Clarence Thompson 1988-90 Forward Ashland, Ky.

PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG .435 42-60 .700 198 7.9 .388 64-81 .790 285 10.6 .371 58-87 .667 331 12.3 .396 56-77 .727 332 11.9 .392 220-305 .721 1,146 10.7

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ORU’s mad bomber from behind the three-point arc ... Shot an incredible 553 three-pointers in his career, hitting 205 of them ... His 137 three pointers made in 1989-90 are the third-most in a single season in school history ...Topped the 1,000-point mark thanks largely to a huge senior season in which he averaged 17.8 points per game in a grueling 42-game schedule ...That compares to his junior season in which he averaged 13.7 points in 28 games ... Also averaged a solid 5.9 rebounds per outing ... Scored in double figures 56 times during his career ... Scored 20 or more points 23 times and 30 or more points four times ... Scored a career high 39 points against Arkansas Tech on Jan. 5, 1990 ... Helped ORU improve from 8-20 in 1988-89 to 36-6 in 1989-90 ... That 36-6 squad lost in the thirdround of the NAIA playoffs to Georgetown (Ky.), 80-78. Season G 1988-89 28 1989-90 42 Totals 70

FG-FGA 134-336 266-602 400-938

PCT .399 .442 .426

3FG-A 68-186 137-367 205-553

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PCT .412 .407 .416 .436 .416

3FG-A 44-105 50-121 38-102 39-82 171-410

PCT .419 .413 .373 .476 .417

FT-FTA PCT 52-68 .765 73-100 .730 115-135 .852 62-80 .775 302-383 .789

AVG 8.3 9.6 12.0 9.5 9.8

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FG-FGA 46-141 112-256 88-204 104-261 350-862

PCT 3FG-A .326 19-71 .438 53-125 .431 68-153 .398 63-190 .406 203-539

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PCT .268 .424 .444 .332 .377

FT-FTA PCT 34-44 .773 58-79 .734 24-32 .750 42-49 .857 158-204 .775

PTS 145 335 268 313 1,061

AVG 5.8 11.6 9.6 11.2 9.6

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PCT 3FG-A .525 - .508 - .516 -

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FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG 85-128 .664 501 16.7 98-143 .685 570 21.9 183-271 .675 1,071 19.1

24. Gary ‘Cat’ Johnson 1978-82 Guard Joplin, Mo.

1,059

Steadily improved throughout his four-year career ... Increased his point-per-game average from 4.2 his freshman year to 14.2 his senior season ... Freshman season was cut to just 11 games due to injury ... Also averaged 5.2 assists per contest ... His 481 assists rank third for assists in a career at ORU ... Holds three of the top 10 single season assist totals ... Best season for assists was 1981-82 in which he dished 160 helpers ... Helped ORU to an 18-12 record and a berth in the NIT in 1981-82 ... ORU finished second in the Midwestern Collegiate Conference that season ... Played alongside fellow 1,000-point scorers Mark and Jeff Acres ... Came to ORU rated the No. 1 prep player in the state of Missouri. Season G 1978-79 11 1979-80 28 1980-81 26 1981-82 29 Totals 94

FG-FGA 17-36 100-200 123-279 161-323 401-838

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Season G 1999-00 25 2000-01 29 2002-03 28 2003-04 28 Totals 110

FG-FGA 208-396 236-465 444-861

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Regarded as one of the Mid-Continent Conference’s best 3-point shooters during his career ... Had 79 career starts, including all but one game over his last two seasons ... Sat out the 2001-02 season ... Scored a career-high 34 points (10-19 FG, 5-9 3pt, 9-14 FT) against Texas Tech as a sophomore ... Put together the best 3-point shooting half in school history at Loyola (Ill.) as a senior, drilling seven treys over the final 20 minutes to rally ORU to victory ... Ranks second on the school career list with 11 games of five 3-pointers or more ... Was the third player in ORU Division I era to make 200 or more treys.

Season G 1969-70 30 1970-71 26 Totals 56

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23. Josh Atkinson 1999-04 Guard Tulsa, Okla

PTS 242 297 335 237 1,111

A two-year letterwinner that averaged 19.1 points and 9.8 rebounds per contest for his career ... Chosen as a captain his senior season ... His 9.8 rebounds per game were even more impressive when considering his lack of size (6-2) ... His cousin Jackie Jackson was a member of the Harlem Globtrotters ... Played alongside Richard Fuqua, ORU’s second all-time scorer ... Helped lead ORU to 22-straight victories in 1969-70 ... Also helped them to 41-straight victories at home ... Both of those records still stand today ... That season ORU led the nation in scoring with 105.1 point per game ...That team also led the nation in rebounds per game with 60.2 and was second in the nation in winning percentage (92.9) behind UCLA who went undefeated that season ... Was second on the team in scoring that season at 21.9 points per game and led the team in rebounding at 10.5 boards per contest.

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Season G FG-FGA 2000-01 29-27 73-177 2001-02 31-31 87-214 2002-03 28-28 91-219 2004-05 25-21 68-156 Totals 113-107 319-766

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Australian import was ORU’s heart-and-soul during his four seasons in Tulsa ...four-year starter at point guard ... one of the best individual defenders in school history ... helped lead Golden Eagles to a 25-8 record in 2004-05, the Mid-Continent Conference regular-season title and an NIT appearance ... became the 24th player in school history to reach the 1,000-point plateau when he made 6-of-8 3-point attempts and finished with 20 points in a 69-68 loss at Indiana on Dec. 31, 2004 ... sat out all of the 2003-04 with a leg injury ... broke Arnold Dugger’s school career assists recordand finished his playing career with 534 assists ... second-team all-Mid-Con selection in 2003 ... scored a career-high 30 points against UMKC on Feb. 22, 2003 ... scored in all but three career games.

22. Haywood Hill 1969-71 Forward New York, N.Y.

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21. Luke Spencer-Gardner 2000-05 Guard Melbourne, Australia


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1,000 Point Scorers T-25. Antonio Martin 1977-80 Forward Indianapolis, Ind.

1,039

Came to ORU after playing one season at the College of Southern Idaho ... Was a junior college All-American ... Led Southern Idaho, the No. 1 ranked junior college team in the country, to a 31-2 record and a berth in the NJCAA Tournament ...Was an All-State and All-America selection in high school ... Averaged 12.8 points and 10.6 rebounds per game ... Averaged an impressive 11.9 rebounds per contest during the 1979-80 season ... Scored a career-high 24 points against Austin Peay State on Feb. 22, 1978 ... Pulled down a career-best 21 rebounds against West Texas State on Dec. 5, 1977 ... Pulled down 20 or more boards twice during his career. Season G 1977-78 26 1978-79 27 1980-81 28 Totals 81

FG-FGA 141-328 118-279 167-308 426-915

PCT 3FG-A .429 - .422 - .542 - .466 -

PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG - 49-74 .662 331 12.7 - 48-71 .676 284 10.5 - 90-114 .789 424 15.1 - 187-259 .722 1,039 12.8

27. Sebastian Neal 1990-92 Guard College Park, Ga.

1,031

An explosive scorer for head coach Ken Trickey ... Averaged 20.6 points per game over his two-year career ... Played alongside ORU’s all-time leading scorer, Greg Sutton ... Missed the first 11 games of the 1990-91 season, but still managed to score 449 points, an average of 18.7 per game ... Scored 20 or more points 20 times during his career and 30 or more points four times ... Poured in a career-best 33 points against Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Feb. 15, 1992 ... Also an outstanding rebounder ... Pulled down 525 rebounds in two years, an average of 10.5 boards per contest ...That 10.5 rebound average is the the third-highest average in school history ... Hauled down a personal-best 24 boards against East Central (Okla.) on March 4, 1991 ... His 301 rebounds during the 1990-91 season rank 10th on ORU’s single season chart and his 12.5 rebounds per game that season are the fourth-highest single-season mark. Season G 1990-91 24 1991-92 26 Totals 50

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3FG-A 28-91 68-190 96-281

PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG .308 75-114 .658 449 18.7 .358 86-119 .723 582 22.4 .342 161-233 .691 1,031 20.6

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1996-00 Guard Oklahoma City, Okla. Had his best offensive season in his final campaign, scoring a career-high 378 points ... Tied for the team lead in scoring in 1999-00, with a 14.0 point-per-game average ... Also led the team in assists with 140 as well as pulling down 4.4 rebounds per game despite playing point guard ... Hit 214 three pointers during his career ... His 383 career assists place him in sixth place all-time in school history ... Also recorded 145 steals ... Played 114 games in his career, the second-most in the ORU record books ... Scored a career-high 33 points against Chicago State at home on Feb. 3, 2000 ... Hit 9-of-10 three pointers in that game, including a school-record nine straight. Season G 1996-97 28 1997-98 31 1998-99 28 1999-00 27 Totals 114

FG-FGA 23-62 89-218 101-265 121-270 334-815

PCT .371 .408 .381 .448 .410

3FG-A 13-40 57-159 62-181 82-185 214-565

28. Robert Jarvis 2007-09 Guard Humble Texas

PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG .325 7-13 .538 66 2.4 .358 46-56 .821 281 9.1 .343 50-55 .909 314 11.2 .443 54-76 .711 378 14.0 .379 157-200 .785 1,039 9.1

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Used a tremendous senior season, averaging better than 17 points per game, to reach 1,000 points during his two-year ORU career ...A two-time first team All-Summit, named the 2008 Summit League Sixth Man of the Year and was an All-Tournament and All-Newcomer selection ... was a JuCo All-American at Seminole State before transferring to ORU ... hit 40 percent of his 3-point attempts as a junior ... named the Summit League Athlete of the Month in January of 2008 ... two-time Summit League Player of the Week ... ranks in the top-10 in Summit League history with 251 3-point attempts as a senior ...

Season G 2007-08 30 2008-09 31 Totals 70

FG-FGA 147-360 181-467 400-938

PCT .408 .388 .426

3FG-A 85-208 84-251 205-553

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PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG .409 104-122 .852 483 16.1 .335 87-112 .777 533 17.2 .371 128-162 .790 1,133 16.2

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1,000 Point Scorers 1,004 1984-88 Guard Tulsa, Okla.

FG-FGA 55-158 105-217 97-223 125-325 382-923

PCT 3FG-A PCT FT-FTA PCT PTS AVG .348 - - 39-54 .722 149 5.1 .484 - - 69-91 .758 279 10.0 .435 - - 48-69 .696 242 11.0 .385 24-63 .381 60-88 .682 334 11.9 .414 24-63 .381 216-302 .715 1,004 9.4

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Season G 1984-85 29 1985-86 28 1986-87 22 1987-88 28 Totals 107

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Scored 1,000 points, averaging 9.4 points per game for his career ... A four-year consistent contributor ... Averaged just 5.1 points his freshman year, but then averaged 10.0, 11.0 and 11.9 points per game over the next three seasons ... An excellent ballhandler and distributor ... Ranks fifth all-time with 393 assists ... Ranked seventh in school history in steals with 157 ... Scored a career-high 24 points against Arkansas State on Jan. 9, 1988 ... Dished a career-best 14 assists against BYU on Jan. 21, 1986.

Games to Reach 1,000 Points 1. Greg Sutton.................................................................................................... 40 2. Ray Thompson............................................................................................... 42 3. Richard Fuqua................................................................................................ 48 4. Calvin Garrett................................................................................................. 48 5. Sebastian Neal............................................................................................... 48 6. Haywood Hill................................................................................................. 52 7. Ken Tutt.......................................................................................................... 53 8. Caleb Green.................................................................................................... 55 9. Mark Acres..................................................................................................... 58 10. Robert Jarvis............................................................................................... 59 11. Haywood Workman...................................................................................... 60 12. Arnold Dugger............................................................................................. 61 13. Clarence Thompson...................................................................................... 61 14. Tim Gill......................................................................................................... 66 15. Anthony Roberts.......................................................................................... 66 16. Warren Niles................................................................................................. 74 17. Dominique Morrison.................................................................................... 76 18. Carl Hardaway.............................................................................................. 78 19. Antonio Martin............................................................................................ 79 20. Eddie Woods................................................................................................. 80 21. Jeff Acres...................................................................................................... 84 22. Gary Johnson............................................................................................... 91 23. Derrick Taylor............................................................................................... 92 24. Clifford Crenshaw......................................................................................... 94 25. Luke Spencer-Gardner.................................................................................. 98 26. Rocky Walls.................................................................................................102 27. Josh Atkinson..............................................................................................103 28. Willie Irons..................................................................................................106 29. Eric Perry.....................................................................................................112

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No. 24 3,004 career points 27.1 PPG

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Letterwinners A Jerome Abbage............................. 1991-95 Jeff Acres....................................... 1980-85 Mark Acres.................................... 1981-85 Robert Aery................................... 2010-12 Akin Akin-Otiko ............................ 1983-87 Curtis Allen.................................... 2007-08 Don Amez..................................... 1966-67 Josh Atkinson ............................... 1999-04 B Larry Baker.................................... 1970-73 Vincent Banks............................... 1973-75 Corey Barnes................................. 1991-92 Markius Barnes............................. 2000-02 Ricky Baskin.................................. 1978-80 Junior Bell .................................... 1984-86 Damen Bell-Holter.............2009-pres. Jerry Belton................................... 1996-97 Butch Berry .................................. 1983-85 Nathan Binam............................... 1997-00 Evan Black..................................... 1999-01 Jonathan Bluitt ............................. 2002-06 Kenny Bohanon ........................... 1992- 94 Steve Bontrager ........................... 1979-81 Reggie Borges.............................. 2001-03 Al Boswell..................................... 1972-74 Tyrone Brandson .......................... 1968-70 Kip Brown .................................... 1983-86 Kyan Brown .................................. 1998-01 C Eddie Calbart ................................ 1973-76 Chris Cameron .............................. 2000-01 Tim Cameron ................................ 1968-73 Chris Cantrell ............................... 1980-82 Ralph Charles................................ 2000-04 Daniel Chee .................................. 1996-98 Boyce Cherry ................................ 1986-87 Reggie Clement ............................ 1980-83 Scott Coleman............................... 1990-92 Arnold Coles.................................. 1966-71 Willis Collins.................................. 1973-76 Matt Crain .................................... 1991-93 Michael Craion.............................. 2009-12 Clifford Crenshaw ......................... 1993-97 D Kalin Dahl ..................................... 1979-82 Chuck Dahms ............................... 1976-78 Anthony Davis............................... 1987-88 Greg Davis .................................... 1970-73 Rodney Davis ................................ 1986-88 Scott Davis.................................... 1991-92 Alex Desir...................................... 2010-11 Charles Dorsey .............................. 1983-85 Kevin Dublynn............................... 1974-77 Arnold Dugger.............................. 1974-77 E Moses Ehambe.............................. 2004-08 Rod Eppley.................................... 1974-75 Greg Esquibel ............................... 1975-76 F Ralph Fagin................................... 1968-70 Darrin Feiler .................................. 1987-89 Tye Fields....................................... 1993-95 Michael Fletcher............................ 2008-10 Kevin Ford..................................... 2008-10 Ulysses Foston............................... 1990-92 Eric Fowlkes.................................. 2003-06 Duane Fox..................................... 1974-75 Matt Frazier .................................. 2001-02 Bill Fredrick................................... 1974-75

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Rufus Freeman.............................. 1988-90 Larry French.................................. 1998-99 Richard Fuqua............................... 1969-73 G Jerry Gagnon................................. 1966-67 Rob Gardner.................................. 1991-92 Brian Garner.................................. 1991-92 Homer Garner............................... 1990-91 Calvin Garrett................................ 1978-80 Matt Gastel ................................... 2000-05 Lester Gill ..................................... 1981-82 Tim Gill ......................................... 1994-98 Dwight Givens............................... 1980-85 Scott Goodwin .............................. 1986-87 Mark Gottfried .............................. 1982-83 Arthur Graham ............................. 1976-78 Brucal Green.................................. 2002-03 Caleb Green .................................. 2003-07 Robert Griffin................................ 1978-80 H Abraham Hamilton ....................... 2001-02 Theo Hanna................................... 1994-96 Carl Hardaway .............................. 1966-70 Andre Hardy.................................. 2007-09 Nate Harris ................................... 1969-70 Larry Hart ..................................... 1968-69 Ben Haynes................................... 2006-08 Cornal Henderson ......................... 1991-92 Jay Henderson .............................. 1995-99 Bill Herring ................................... 1972-74 Haywood Hill ................................ 1969-71 Troy Hill ........................................ 1980-82 Clinton Hinton .............................. 1986-87 Dennis Hippe ................................ 1969-71 Bobby Hodge................................ 1966-68 Ken Holdman................................ 2008-11 John Hollinden ............................. 1976-78 Jeff Holtgrewe............................... 1974-78 Anthony Houston ......................... 1987-88 Darrell Hughes.............................. 1989-92 Bill Hull ......................................... 1967-69 Carlton Hurdle .............................. 1975-79 I Willie Irons.................................... 1984-88 Leon Irving.................................... 1998-00 J Robert Jarvis................................. 2007-09 Matt Javit ..................................... 1994-95 Wardell Jeffries ............................. 1968-70 Gary “Cat” Johnson........................ 1978-82 Gerald Johnson ............................. 1978-82 Harold Johnson ............................ 1974-76 Anthony Jones.............................. 1990-91 LeNard Jones................................. 1992-95 Ron Jones ..................................... 1988-91 Woody Jones................................. 1985-86 Daren Jordan................................. 2006-07 K Kim Kelley .................................... 1987-89 John King ..................................... 1989-91 Shawn King................................... 2006-08 Jim Klaassen ................................. 1992-93 Vincent Knowles........................... 1989-90 James Kruse.................................. 1994-97 L Eldon Lawyer................................ 1970-72 Dana Lewis ................................... 1967-68 Marcus Lewis................................. 2007-09 Adam Liberty................................ 2006-08 Howard Logan............................... 1989-91

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Jersey Numbers Reggie Clement (1980-83) Kip Brown (1983-86) Kim Kelley (1987-89) Darrell Hughes (1989-90) Anthony Jones (1990-91) Corey Barnes (1991-92) Kenny Bohanon (1992-93) Bryan Chang (1993-94) Tim Gill (1994-98) Da’Monn Sanders (1998-00) Alex Desir (2010-11)

33 Mel Reed (1967-68) Carl Hardaway (1968-70) Jesse Traylor (1970-73) Willis Collins (1973-76) Albert Spencer (1976-78) Ricky Baskin (1978-80) Kevin McGee (1980-84) Woody Jones (1985-86) Kenzie Scott (1987-88) Clarence Thompson (1988-90) Sebastian Neal (1990-92) Fred Smith (1992-94) James Kruse (1995-97)

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41 Don Amez (1967-68) David Riley (1983-84) Michael Obaseki (1984-85) Maurice Smith (1985-87) 42 Arnold Coles (1966-71) Lionel Worrell (1975-78) Mark Acres (1981-85) Michael Obaseki (1985-86) Marc Tierney (1992-93) Blake Moses (1995-99) Kyle Stewart (1999-00) Lyndric Washington (2000-01) Sylvester Spicer (2006-07) Javier Nasarre (2009-11) 43 Rodney Davis (1986-88) Vincent Knowles (1989-90) Kyle Stewart (2000-02)

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John Hollinden (1976-78) Chad Rumfelt (1996-97) Kyle Stewart (1997-98) Paul Brandt (1998-99) Matt Gastel (2002-05) 52 Murvell McMurry (1969-70) Sam McCamey (1970-72) Greg McDougald (1972-74) Scott Davis (1991-92) Fabio Ramos (1992-93) Yemi Ogunoye (2003-05) 54 Nathan Harris (1969-70) Jay Henderson (1995-99) Paul Brandt (1999-00) Michael Craion (2009-12) 55 Richard Lucas (1971-74)

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Records & History

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32 Ingram Montgomery (1968-73) Rod Eppley (1973-75) Chuck Dahms (1976-78) Bill Phillips (1978-79) Lance Williams (1979-83) Brian Miles (1983-87) Marvin Washington (1987-89) John Prince (1990-91) Ray Thompson (1991-93) Kevin Morrissey (1993-94) Eric Thomson (1994-95) Cody Porter (1995-96) Nathan Binam (1997-00) Ben Haynes (2006-08) Damen Bell-Holter (2009-pres.)

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31 Vincent Banks (1972-75) Elvis Rolle (1976-78) Brad Thompson (1978-79) Eric Smith (1983-85) Mike Schaffitzel (1987-89) Homer Garner (1990-91) Kevin Morrissey (1992-93) Renardo Rhone (2008-09) Jorden Kaufman (2012-pres.)

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22 Ralph Fagin (1968-70) Greg Davis (1970-73) Kenny Robinson (1973-75) Rodney Wright (1977-78) Steve Bontrager (1980-81) Kyp Hardaway (1981-82) Mark Wilson (1983-87) Darren Feiler (1987-88) Kemble Smith (1988-90) Kenny Cooper (1972-73) 5 Ulysses Foston (1990-92) Jeff Holtgrewe (1974-78) Daniel Chee (1996-98) Steve Ogden (1992-93) Tim Amey (1984-85) Stacy Barrett (1998-99) Haywoode Workman (1987-89) James Kruse (1994-95) Evan Black (1999-00) John King (1989-91) Dave Sumrall (1997–01) Luke Spencer-Gardner (2000-05) Matt Crain (1991-93) Richie Myers (2001-02) Kelvin Sango (2006-09) Fabio Ramos (1993-94) Eric Fowlkes (2003-06) Tim Morton (2010-11) Steven Roundtree (2010-pres.) Rocky Walls (1994-98) Brandon Conley (2012-pres.) Kyle Stewart (1998-99) 23 Marques Warrior (1999-00) 10 Marvin Thouvenel (1967-68) Jonathan Barnett (2000-01) Bobby Hodge (1967-68) Ralph Fagin (1969-1970) Jonathan Bluitt (2002-06) Tim Cameron (1968-73) William Davis (1985-86) Jake Lliteras (2010-pres.) Kevin Dublynn (1974-77) Greg Sutton (1988-91) Rodney Wright (1977-78) Clifford Crenshaw (1993-97) 15 Gary “Cat” Johnson (1978-82) (officially retired in 2001-02) Reggie Tate (1998-99) Jay Davis (1982-83) Carl Hardaway (1966-68) Gerald Burris (1999-00) Butch Berry (1983-85) Anthony Roberts (1973-77) Andy Mathurin (2000-03) Junior Bell (1985-86) Matt Gastel (2000-01) Daren Jordan (2006-07) Scott Goodwin (1986-87) Joe Moore (2007-10) Ron Jones (1988-91) 20 P.J. Purnell (2011-12) Jonathan Barnett (1999-00) Bill Hull (1967-1968) Korey Billbury (2012-pres.) Markius Barnes (2000-02) Cameron Tragardh (2002-03) Haywood Hill (1969-1971) Glenn Buntin (1971-72) 24 Mike Moore (2003-05) (officially retired in 2001-02) Carl Vinson (1973-74) Marchello Vealy (2005-07) Richard Fuqua (1969-73) Arnold Dugger (1974-77) Robert Jarvis (2007-09) Chris Cameron (2000-01) Robert Griffin (1978-80)

30 Tony Wells (1967-68) Reauxdell McMurry (1969-70) Eddie Woods (1970-74) Boris McWashington (1980-81) Kip Brown (1983-84) Junior Bell (1984-85) Larry French (1998-99) Nonso Azubuike (1999-00) Caleb Green (2003-07)

44 Mike Ross (1968-1970) Larry Baker (1970-73) Alvin Scott (1973-77) Mark Henslee (1977-78) Calvin Garrett (1978-80) 34 Dwight Givens (1980-85) Don Shell (1966-70) Clinton Hinton (1986-87) Donald Martinez (1970-72) Kerry O’Neill (1988-90) John Patterson (1972-75) Michael Mading (1991-92) Antonio Martin (1977-80) LeNard Jones (1992-93) Mark Gottfried (1982-83) Theo Hanna (1994-96) Haywoode Workman (1985-86) Derrick Taylor (1996-97) Peter Partain (1986-87) Kyan Brown (1998-01) Jules Springs (1987-89) Reggie Borges (2001-03) Howard Logan (1988-91) Marchello Vealy (2005-08) Jerome Abbage (1991-95) Hunter McClintock (2010-11) Kevin Ford (2008-10) 45 35 Dana Lewis (1967-68) Don Shell (1967-68) David Vaughn (1972-73) Al Boswell (1972-74) John Miller (1978-79) Arthur Graham (1976-78) Clark Meese (1980-81) Gerald Johnson (1978-82) Lester Gill (1981-82) Ben Perry (1982-83) Akin Akin-Otiko (1983-87) Eric Smith (1985-86) Rufus Freeman (1988-90) Howard Suggs (1988-90) Adam Spanich (1995-96) Billy Unwin (1990-91) Dave Sumrall (1996-97) Jim Klaassen (1991-93) Mickey Michalec (2004-06) LeNard Jones (1993-94) Dominique Morrison (2008-12) Corey Young (1994-95) Mikey Manghum (2009-pres.) 50 Dennis Hippe (1969-71) 40 Eddie Calbert (1973-76) Tyrone Brandon (1968-70) Mark Henslee (1977-78) Melvin Morton (1971-73) Tom Prusator (1980-82) Greg Esquibel (1974-76) Steve Phyfe (1985-86) Roger Hilst (1976-77) Glenn Cowan (1987-88) Troy Hill (1980-82) Cornal Henderson (1991-92) Sam Potter (1983-85) Michael Mading (1992-93) Anthony Davis (1987-88) Tye Fields (1993-95) Howard Suggs (1988-90) Rodney Bond (1998-99) Chris McKinney (1992-93) Charlie Ludwig (2000-02) Kyle Stewart (1998-99) Larry French (1999-00) 51 Ralph Charles (2000-04) Harold Johnson (1975-76)

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21 Richie Williams (1967-68) Steve DeWeese (1971-72) Ben Uzzell (1975-78) Renolds Reedy (1978-79) Bob Osborne (1979-80) Jeff Acres (1980-85) Anthony Houston (1987-88) Robbie Stecker (1988-90) Rob Gardner (1991-92) Jerome Harris (1993-94) Kenny Meyers (1994-95) Kevin Scruggs (1995-97) Derrick Taylor (1997-00) Vernon Boyd (2000-01) Kendrick Moore (2001-03) Schuyler Thomas (2003-04) Marcus Lewis (2007-09) Kris Obaseki (2011-12)

25 Duane Fox (1973-75) Lamont Reid (1977-79) Steve Bontrager (1979-80) Phil Schlegel (1981-82) Charles Dorsey (1983-85) Boyce Cherry (1986-87) Jim Klutts (1987-88) Tyrone Penny (1989-91) Brian Garner (1991-92) Eric Perry (1996-00) Jonathan Barnett (2001-02) Kyron Stokes (2007-11) P.J. Purnell (2012-pres.)

Coaching Staff

11 Paul Massey (1967-68) Joe Yates (1970-71) 0 David Tucker (1973-77) Andre Hardy (2008-09) Jeff Adams (1977-78) Caleb Tannehill (2012-pres.) Kalin Dahl (1978-82) Willie Irons (1984-88) 1 Earl McClellan (1993-97) Tyrone Tiggs (2001-03) Greg Foster (1997-98) Ken Tutt (2003-07) Micah Ratzlaff (1998-00) Beloved Rogers (2008-09) Adam Liberty (2006-08) Reggie Guyton (2008-09) 2 Shawn Glover (2011-pres.) Matt Frazier (2001-02) Chris Riouse (2004-06) 12 Andre Hardy (2007-08) Milton Vaughn (1969-72) Michael Fletcher (2008-10) Bill Fredrick (1972-75) D.J. Jackson (2011-12) Billy Van Horn (1975-78) Kendall Mack (1985-87) 3 Bobby Smith (1987-88) Chris McKinney (1993-94) Darrell Hughes (1990-92) Matt Javit (1994-95) Josef Sorett (1993-94) Jerry Belton, Jr. (1995-97) Raymond Roberts (1994-95) Phillip Owens (1997-99) Brucal Greene (2002-03) Reggie Tate (1999-00) Ken Holdman (2008-11) Josh Atkinson (2000-04) D.J. Jackson (2012-pres.) Yemi Ogunoye (2005-2008) Roderick Pearson (2009-10) 13 Robert Aery (2010-12) Stan Kerby (1971-72) Corbin Byford (2012-pres.) Sam McCants (1972-74) Pete Morgan (1974-75) 4 John Showman (1977-82) Haywoode Workman (1986-87) Scott Coleman (1990-92) Kenny Bohanon (1993-94) Jason Pittman (1994-95) Josef Sorett (1994-95) Evan Black (2000-01) Chad Wilkerson (1995-99) Moses Ehambe (2004-08) Josh Atkinson (1999-00) Warren Niles (2009-pres.) Daniel Grothe (2001-02) Larry Owens (2004-06) 14 Curtis Allen (2007-08) Wardell Jeffries (1968-70) Roderick Pearson, Jr. (2010-12) Eldon Lawyer (1970-72)

Introduction

00 Abe Hamilton (2001-02)


6 Conference Championships • 5 Conference Players of the Year • 20 First-Team All-Conference Selections • 3 Conference Coaches of the Year

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Season Leaders 1966-67

SCORING Mel Reed Bobby Hodge Carl Hardaway REBOUNDING Arnold Coles Mel Reed

G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 26 Jr. F 418 16.1 26 Jr. G 418 16.1 26 Fr. F 314 12.1 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 24 Fr. F 259 10.8 26 Jr. F 220 8.5

1967-68

SCORING Dana Lewis Bobby Hodge Richie Williams REBOUNDING Dana Lewis Mel Reed

G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 24 Fr. C 383 16.0 24 Jr. G 367 15.3 24 Jr. G 308 12.8 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 24 Fr. C 245 10.2 24 Sr. F 162 6.8

1968-69

SCORING Bill Hull Carl Hardaway Richie Williams REBOUNDING Carl Hardaway Skip Brandon

G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 24 Sr. F 508 21.2 24 Jr. F 362 15.1 24 Sr. G 347 14.5 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 24 Jr. F 231 9.6 22 Jr. F 173 7.9

1969-70

SCORING Richard Fuqua Haywood Hill Carl Hardaway REBOUNDING Ingram Montgomery Carl Hardaway

1970-71

SCORING Richard Fuqua Haywood Hill Sam McCamey REBOUNDING Eddie Woods Haywood Hill

G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 26 So. G 826 31.8 26 Sr. F 570 21.9 26 Jr. F 332 12.8 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 26 Fr. C 339 13.0 26 Sr. F 272 10.5

1971-72

SCORING Richard Fuqua Sam McCamey Ingram Montgomery REBOUNDING Eddie Woods Ingram Montgomery

1972-73

SCORING Richard Fuqua David Vaughn Greg McDougald REBOUNDING David Vaughn Eddie Woods

1973-74

SCORING Sam McCants Al Boswell Greg McDougald REBOUNDING Eddie Woods Greg McDougald

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G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 31 Fr. G 561 18.1 30 Jr. F 501 16.7 31 Sr. F 448 14.5 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 30 So. F 325 10.8 31 Sr. F 298 9.6

G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 28 Jr. G 1006 35.9 28 Sr. F 407 14.5 28 Jr. F 396 14.1 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 28 So. C 407 14.5 28 Jr. F 255 9.1 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 26 Sr. G 611 23.5 27 So. C 519 19.2 27 Jr. F 347 12.9 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 27 So. C 385 14.3 26 Jr. F 292 11.2 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 29 Jr. G 697 24.0 29 Jr. G 534 18.4 29 Sr. F 444 15.3 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 27 Sr. F 327 12.1 29 Sr. F 284 9.8

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1974-75

SCORING Anthony Roberts Arnold Dugger Duane Fox REBOUNDING Harold Johnson Willis Collins

1975-76

SCORING Anthony Roberts Arnold Dugger Harold Johnson REBOUNDING Anthony Roberts Harold Johnson

1976-77

SCORING Anthony Roberts Arnold Dugger Chuck Dahms REBOUNDING Alvin Scott Anthony Roberts

1977-78

SCORING Lamont Reid Antonio Martin Chuck Dahms REBOUNDING Antonio Martin Elvis Rolle

1978-79

SCORING Calvin Garrett Bill Phillips Robert Griffin REBOUNDING Antonio Martin Calvin Garrett

1979-80

SCORING Calvin Garrett Robert Griffin Antonio Martin REBOUNDING Antonio Martin Calvin Garrett

1980-81

SCORING Steve Bontrager Jeff Acres Gary Johnson REBOUNDING Jeff Acres Reggie Clement

1981-82

SCORING Mark Acres Gary Johnson Lester Gill REBOUNDING Mark Acres Chris Cantrell

G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 28 So. F 626 22.4 28 So. G 478 17.1 25 Sr. F 249 10.0 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 28 Jr. F 301 10.8 28 Jr. C 213 7.6 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 26 Jr. F 630 24.2 26 Jr. G 433 16.7 26 Sr. F 307 11.8 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 26 Jr. F 261 10.0 26 Sr. F 254 9.8 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 28 Sr. F 951 34.0 28 Sr. G 318 11.4 27 Fr. C 288 10.7 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 28 Sr. F 267 9.5 28 Sr. F 257 9.2 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 26 Jr. G 426 16.4 26 So. F 331 12.7 20 So. C 147 7.4 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 26 So. F 266 10.2 27 So. F 172 6.4 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 27 Jr. F 567 21.0 26 So. F 332 12.8 27 Jr. G 316 11.7 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 27 Jr. F 257 9.5 27 Jr. F 240 8.9 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 28 Sr. F 623 22.2 28 Sr. G 454 16.2 28 Sr. F 424 15.1 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 28 Sr. F 334 11.9 28 Sr. F 217 7.8 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 27 Sr. G 441 16.3 27 Fr. F 353 13.1 26 Jr. G 323 12.4 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 27 Fr. F 217 8.0 24 So. F 116 4.8 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 22 Fr. F 322 14.6 29 Sr. G 412 14.2 28 So. F 342 12.2 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 22 Fr. F 178 8.1 30 Jr. F 183 6.1

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1982-83

SCORING Mark Acres Reggie Clement Mark Gottfried REBOUNDING Mark Acres Reggie Clement

1983-84

SCORING Mark Acres Sam Potter Jeff Acres REBOUNDING Mark Acres Jeff Acres

1984-85

SCORING Mark Acres Sam Potter Charles Dorsey REBOUNDING Mark Acres Jeff Acres

1985-86

SCORING Akin Akin-Otiko Woody Jones Maurice Smith REBOUNDING Maurice Smith Akin Akin-Otiko

1986-87

SCORING Akin Akin-Otiko H. Workman Willie Irons REBOUNDING Akin Akin-Otiko Clinton Hinton

1987-88

SCORING H. Workman Kim Kelly Willie Irons REBOUNDING M. Washington H. Workman

1988-89

SCORING Greg Sutton H. Workman C. Thompson REBOUNDING Howard Suggs H. Workman

1989-90

SCORING Greg Sutton Vincent Knowles Clarence Thompson Rebounding Howard Suggs Vincent Knowles

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G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 28 So. F 526 18.8 26 Sr. F 337 13.0 27 Fr. G 217 8.0 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 28 So. F 269 9.6 26 Sr. F 147 5.7 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 31 Jr. F 646 20.8 31 Jr. F 560 18.1 31 Jr. F 465 15.0 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 31 Jr. F 324 10.5 31 Jr. F 232 7.5 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 29 Sr. F 544 18.8 30 Sr. F 431 14.4 30 Sr. G 420 14.0 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 29 Sr. F 280 9.7 30 Sr. F 189 6.3 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 28 Jr. F 395 14.1 28 So. G 338 12.1 27 Jr. F 325 12.0 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 27 Jr. F 210 7.8 28 Jr. F 172 6.1 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 28 Sr. F 421 15.0 28 So. G 387 13.8 22 Jr. G 242 11.0 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 28 Sr. F 202 7.2 26 So. F 176 6.8 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 29 Jr. G 562 19.4 29 Jr. G 376 13.0 28 Sr. G 334 11.9 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 27 Fr. C 203 7.5 29 Jr. G 174 6.0 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 28 So. G 614 21.9 28 Sr. G 557 19.9 28 Jr. F 384 13.7 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 28 Jr. F 254 9.1 28 Sr. G 161 5.8 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 41 Jr. G 1256 30.6 26 Sr. C 483 18.6 42 Sr. F 749 17.8 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 42 Sr. F 427 10.2 26 Sr. C 219 8.4

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1991-92

1992-93

1993-94

SCORING Fred Smith Chris McKinney Kenny Bohanon Rebounding Fred Smith LeNard Jones SCORING Tim Gill Clifford Crenshaw Rocky Walls Rebounding Rocky Walls Clifford Crenshaw

1995-96

1996-97

SCORING Tim Gill Clifford Crenshaw Rocky Walls Rebounding Rocky Walls Blake Moses SCORING Tim Gill Rocky Walls Derrick Taylor Rebounding Rocky Walls Derrick Taylor

G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 27 So. G 473 17.5 27 Jr. F 331 12.3 24 So. F 272 10.1 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 27 So. F 204 7.6 23 Jr. F 107 4.7 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 28 Jr. G 502 17.9 28 Sr. F 332 11.9 28 Jr. F 281 10.0 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 28 Jr. F 218 7.8 28 So. C 131 4.7 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 31 Sr. G 560 18.1 31 Sr. F 422 13.6 29 So. F 394 13.6 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 31 Sr. F 325 10.5 29 So. F 166 5.7

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SCORING Markius Barnes Josh Atkinson Luke S. Gardner Rebounding Kyan Brown Markius Barnes

2001-02

SCORING Reggie Borges Markius Barnes Tyrone Tiggs Rebounding Reggie Borges Tyrone Tiggs

2002-03

SCORING Reggie Borges Tyrone Tiggs Luke S-Gardner REBOUNDING Kendrick Moore Reggie Borges

2003-04

SCORING Ken Tutt Caleb Green Josh Atkinson REBOUNDING Caleb Green Ralph Charles

2004-05

SCORING Caleb Green Ken Tutt Larry Owens REBOUNDING Caleb Green Larry Owens

2005-06

SCORING Caleb Green Ken Tutt Larry Owens REBOUNDING Caleb Green Larry Owens

G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 27 Sr. G 378 14.0 24 Sr. F 367 14.0 30 Sr. G 397 13.2 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 24 Sr. F 175 7.3 27 Sr. G 118 4.4 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 28 Jr. G 448 16.0 29 So. G 335 11.6 29 Fr. G 242 8.3 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 29 Sr. F 183 6.3 28 Jr. G 106 3.8 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 30 Jr. F 432 14.4 31 Sr. G 416 13.4 31 Jr. G 405 13.1 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 30 Jr. F 197 6.6 31 Jr. G 173 5.6 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 28 Sr. F 504 18.0 28 Sr. G 382 13.6 28 Jr. G 335 12.0 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 28 Sr. F 205 7.3 28 Sr. F 190 6.8 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 28 Fr. G 579 20.7 28 Fr. F 480 17.1 28 Sr. G 313 11.2 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 28 Fr. F 278 9.9 19 Sr. F 89 4.7

SCORING Caleb Green Ken Tutt Marchello Vealy REBOUNDING Caleb Green Marchello Vealy

2007-08

SCORING Robert Jarvis Moses Ehambe Shawn King REBOUNDING Shawn King Marcus Lewis

2008-09

SCORING Robert Jarvis Marcus Lewis Dominique Morrison REBOUNDING Kevin Ford Marcus Lewis

2009-10

SCORING Dominique Morrison Michael Craion Warren Niles REBOUNDING Kevin Ford Michael Craion

2010-11

SCORING Dominique Morrison Warren Niles Damen Bell-Holter REBOUNDING Damen Bell-Holter Steven Roundtree

2011-12

SCORING Dominique Morrison Warren Niles Michael Craion REBOUNDING Michael Craion Damen Bell-Holter

G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 34 Sr. F 698 20.5 34 Sr. G 551 16.2 32 So. F 245 7.7 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 34 Sr. F 315 9.3 32 So. F 190 5.9 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 30 Jr. G 483 16.1 33 Sr. G/F 387 11.7 33 Sr. C 320 9.7 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 33 Sr. C 213 6.5 33 Jr. F 181 5.5 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 31 Sr. G 533 17.2 31 Sr. F 413 13.3 31 Fr. F 297 9.6 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 23 Jr. F 171 7.4 31 Sr. F 222 7.2 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 33 So. F 506 15.3 33 Jr. F 438 13.3 32 Fr. G 409 12.8 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 33 Sr. F 247 7.5 33 Jr. F 242 7.3 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 33 Jr. F 603 19.5 35 So. G 502 14.3 35 So. F 464 13.3 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 35 So. F 274 7.8 35 Fr. F 223 6.4 G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 34 Sr. F 674 19.8 34 Jr. G 411 12.1 34 Sr. F 372 10.9 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 34 Sr. F 214 6.3 34 Jr. F 169 5.8

G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 33 So. F 639 19.4 33 So. G 563 17.1 33 Jr. F 305 9.2 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 33 So. F 306 9.3 33 Jr. F 247 7.5

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1997-98

G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 26 Fr. G 424 16.3 27 So. F 285 10.6 27 Fr. F 213 7.9 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 27 Fr. F 199 7.4 27 So. F 120 4.4

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2006-07

G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 33 Jr. F 686 20.8 23 Jr. G 326 14.2 33 Sr. F 412 12.5 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 33 Jr. F 290 8.8 33 Sr. F 261 7.9

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SCORING Tim Gill Clifford Crenshaw Rocky Walls Rebounding Rocky Walls Kevin Scruggs

G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 27 Sr. F 395 14.6 23 Sr. G 307 13.3 27 Sr. G 356 13.2 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 27 Sr. F 245 9.1 19 So. F 92 4.8

1999-00

G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 28 Sr. G 459 16.4 20 Jr. F 279 14.0 28 Jr. G 314 11.2 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 20 Jr. F 127 6.4 25 Sr. C 135 5.4

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G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 27 Sr. F 638 23.6 24 Jr. G 324 13.5 27 Fr. F 306 11.3 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 27 Sr. F 252 9.3 27 Fr. F 165 6.1

SCORING Chad Wilkerson Derrick Taylor Eric Perry Rebounding Derrick Taylor Blake Moses

Meet the Golden Eagles

SCORING Ray Thompson Kenny Bohanon LeNard Jones Rebounding Ray Thompson LeNard Jones

G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 27 Jr. F 688 25.5 26 Sr. F 582 22.4 28 Sr. G 222 7.9 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 27 Jr. F 264 9.8 26 Sr. F 224 8.6

1998-99

Coaching Staff

SCORING Ray Thompson Sebastian Neal Scott Coleman Rebounding Ray Thompson Sebastian Neal

G Yr. Pos. Pts. Avg. 35 Sr. G 1200 34.3 35 Sr. F 684 19.5 24 Jr. F 449 18.7 G Yr. Pos. Reb. Avg. 24 Jr. F 301 12.5 35 Jr. F 267 7.6

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Seniors

Seniors

R ank ....Avg. ......... Player..............................................................................Year 1.......34.3......... Greg Sutton.............................................................. 1990-91 2.......34.0......... Anthony Roberts...................................................... 1976-77 3.......23.6......... Ray Thompson.......................................................... 1992-93 4.......23.5......... Richard Fuqua.......................................................... 1972-73 5.......22.4......... Sebastian Neal ......................................................... 1991-92 6.......22.2......... Calvin Garrett........................................................... 1979-80 7.......21.9......... Haywood Hill ........................................................... 1970-71 8 .......21.2......... Bill Hull .................................................................... 1968-69 9.......20.5......... Caleb Green.............................................................. 2006-07 10.......19.9......... Haywoode Workman................................................ 1988-89

Rank ....Avg. ......... Player .............................................................................Year 1 .......12.1......... Eddie Woods............................................................. 1973-74 2 .......11.9......... Antonio Martin......................................................... 1979-80 3.......10.5......... Haywood Hill............................................................ 1970-71 4 .......10.2......... Howard Suggs.......................................................... 1989-90 .......10.2......... Rocky Walls............................................................... 1997-98 6 .......9.8........... Harold Johnson......................................................... 1975-76 .......9.8........... Greg McDougald....................................................... 1973-74 8.......9.7........... Mark Acres................................................................ 1984-85 9.......9.6........... Carl Hardaway.......................................................... 1969-70 10.......9.5........... Alvin Scott................................................................ 1976-77

Juniors

Juniors

Rank ....Avg. ......... Player............................................................................. Year 1 .......35.9......... Richard Fuqua.......................................................... 1971-72 2 .......30.6......... Greg Sutton ............................................................. 1989-90 3.......25.5......... Ray Thompson.......................................................... 1991-92 4.......24.2......... Anthony Roberts...................................................... 1975-76 5.......24.0.......... Sam McCants............................................................ 1973-74 6.......21.0......... Calvin Garrett ........................................................... 1978-79 7.......20.8......... Mark Acres................................................................ 1983-84 .......20.8......... Caleb Green.............................................................. 2005-06 9.......19.5......... Dominique Morrison................................................ 2010-11 10.......19.4......... Haywoode Workman................................................ 1987-88

Rank ....Avg. ......... Player .............................................................................Year 1.......12.5......... Sebastian Neal ......................................................... 1990-91 2.......11.2......... Eddie Woods............................................................. 1972-73 3.......10.8......... Harold Johnson......................................................... 1974-75 4.......10.5......... Mark Acres................................................................ 1983-84 5.......10.0......... Anthony Roberts...................................................... 1975-76 6.......9.8........... Ray Thompson.......................................................... 1991-92 7.......9.6........... Carl Hardaway ......................................................... 1968-69 8.......9.5........... Antonio Martin......................................................... 1978-79 T9.......9.1........... Howard Suggs.......................................................... 1988-89 .......9.1........... Ingram Montgomery................................................ 1971-72 .......9.1........... Haywood Hill............................................................ 1969-70

Sophomores Rank ....Avg. ......... Player .............................................................................Year 1.......31.8......... Richard Fuqua.......................................................... 1970-71 2.......22.4......... Anthony Roberts...................................................... 1974-75 3 .......21.9......... Greg Sutton.............................................................. 1988-89 4.......19.4......... Caleb Green.............................................................. 2004-05 5 .......19.2......... David Vaughn........................................................... 1972-73 6.......18.8......... Mark Acres................................................................ 1982-83 6.......17.5......... Tim Gill .................................................................... 1995-96 7 .......17.1......... Arnold Dugger.......................................................... 1974-75 8.......17.1......... Ken Tutt.................................................................... 2004-05 9.......15.3......... Dominique Morrison................................................ 2009-10 10......14.3....... Warren Niles................................................ 2010-11

Sophomores Rank ....Avg. ......... Player .............................................................................Year 1.......14.5......... Eddie Woods............................................................. 1971-72 2.......14.3......... David Vaughn .......................................................... 1972-73 3.......10.8......... Ingram Montgomery................................................ 1969-70 .......10.8......... Arnold Coles............................................................. 1966-67 5.......10.2......... Antonio Martin......................................................... 1977-78 6.......9.6........... Mark Acres................................................................ 1982-83 7.......9.3........... Caleb Green.............................................................. 2004-05 8......7.8......... Damen Bell-Holter....................................... 2010-11 9.......7.6........... Rocky Walls............................................................... 1995-96 10.......6.8........... Clinton Hinton.......................................................... 1986-87

Freshmen

Freshmen

Rank ....Avg. ......... Player .............................................................................Year 1.......20.7......... Ken Tutt ................................................................... 2003-04 2.......18.1......... Richard Fuqua.......................................................... 1969-70 3 .......17.1......... Caleb Green.............................................................. 2003-04 4.......16.3......... Tim Gill .................................................................... 1994-95 5 .......16.0......... Dana Lewis............................................................... 1967-68 6.......14.6......... Mark Acres ............................................................... 1981-82 7 .......13.1......... Jeff Acres ................................................................. 1980-81 8......12.8....... Warren Niles................................................ 2009-10 9 .......12.1......... Carl Hardaway.......................................................... 1966-67 ......12.1....... Steven Roundtree........................................ 2010-11

Rank ....Avg. ......... Player .............................................................................Year 1.......13.0......... Eddie Woods............................................................. 1970-71 2.......10.2......... Dana Lewis............................................................... 1967-68 3.......9.9........... Caleb Green.............................................................. 2003-04 4.......8.1........... Mark Acres................................................................ 1981-82 5.......8.0 .......... Jeff Acres.................................................................. 1980-81 6 .......7.5........... Marvin Wash ing ton................................................ 1987-88 7.......7.4 .......... Rocky Walls............................................................... 1994-95 8.......6.6........... Chuck Dahms............................................................ 1976-77 9.......6.4........... Steven Roundtree..................................................... 2010-11 10.......6.1........... LeNard Jones............................................................ 1992-93

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Game-by-Game Results 1965-69 Career Record: 65-35 (.650) 1965-66 (16-10) (Freshman Schedule) 82 60 68 66 54 63 54 73 93 87 105 105 53 61 66 78 70 109 125 77 59 98 82 81 76 110

1966-67 (17-9) N12 78 N16 94 N19 105 N22 82 N24 80 N25 65 N28 85 D3 69 D8 101 D13 92 D15 76 J2 59 J3 61 J6 91 J7 102 J20 78 J21 72 J21 84 J28 90 F3 75 F4 77 F9 69 F11 94 F14 84 F18 76 F23 97

College of Ozarks (H) East Central (A) Le Tourneau (H) Ouachita Baptist (H) Harding (A) Hendrix (A) Midwestern State(Texas) (OT) Evangel (A) St. Mary of Plains (H) East Central (H) Le Tourneau (A) Valdosta State (A) West Georgia St. (N) Harris Teachers (N) McKendree (N) College of Ozarks (A) Washburn (H) Oklahoma Christian (H) King’s College (H) LeMoyne (Tenn.) (A) Christian Brothers (A) Washburn (A) Evangel (H) John Brown (H) Oklahoma Christian (A) St. Mary of Plains (A)

63 86 82 67 75 66 88 52 87 82 75 90 48 84 84 89 70 93 71 67 79 77 64 81 80 110

1967-68 (18-6) Arkansas Tech (H) Northeastern State (Okla.)(N) Oklahoma Christian (N) East Central (H) Arkansas State (A) St. Mary’s (TX) (H) Washburn (H) East Central (A) Washburn (A) Midwestern (Texas) (H) Langston (A) Corpus Christi (H) Oklahoma Christian (H) North Dakota State (A) South Dakota State (A) Parsons (A) Midwestern (Texas) (A) Rockhurst (A) Langston (H) Parsons (H) St. Mary’s (Texas) (A) Oklahoma Christian (A) Nebraska Wesleyan (H)

70 79 86 79 67 77 75 69 66 83 91 90 95 86 92 57 93 80 66 70 64 89 72

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96 98 67

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1969-74 Career Record: 118-23 (.837) 1969-70 (27-4) W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L W L W W W W W W L W W

N24 N26 N29 D1 D3 D6 D8 D9 D11 D13 D15 D17 D19 D29 J5 J8 J10 J13 J22 J26 J29 J31 F7 F9 F14 F17 F19 F21 F24 F26 F28

77 90 79 87 80 92 113 83 93 95 86 84 76 117 96 105 90 79 82 106 89 96 94 104 102 112 100 109 78 98 92

Northeastern State (Okla.) (A) (OT) Sul Ross State (H) Central State (Okla.) (OT) Oklahoma Baptist (A) Sul Ross State (A) Union (Tenn.) (A) (OT) Samford (H) Central State (Okla.) (A) Sacred Heart (Kan.) (H) Fisk (H) West Texas State (A) Bellarmine (A) Wheaton (H) MacMurray (H) Brown (H) Hiram Scott (A) Pershing (A) Oklahoma Christian (A) Northeastern State (Okla.) (H) Lamar (A) Oklahoma Christian (H) (OT) Butler (A) Cameron (H) Hiram Scott (H) Lincoln (A) Pan American (A) (OT) Pershing (H) Cameron (A) Eastern New Mexico (A) Union (Tenn.) (H) Lincoln (H)

71 74 77 77 82 90 89 66 71 67 83 76 65 74 86 84 79 56 81 120 88 108 78 83 77 106 89 91 97 86 86

1970-71 (21-5) W L W L W W W W W W W W L W W L L W W W W W W W W W

N30 D2 D4 D7 D8 D12 D14 D17 D19 D21 D26 D27 D28 J7 J9 J13 J16 J22 J25 J28 F2 F13 F15 F19 F20 F23

96 115 111 95 102 95 120 112 119 89 120 87 85 114 64 89 76 116 111 124 91 139 128 121 93 94

Oklahoma Baptist (H) SW Louisiana (A) Cal. State-Fullerton (H) Louisiana Tech (A) Central State (Okla.) (A) Fisk (A) South Dakota (A) Bellarmine (H) Cal Poly S. L. Obispo (H) Georgia Southern (H) St. Benedict (N) Illinois Wesleyan (N) Tennessee State (N) Lincoln (H) Eastern New Mexico (A) Murray State (A) Georgia Southern (A) Eastern New Mexico (H) Montana (A) Jackson State (H) Lamar (A) Texas-Pan American (H) University of South (H) Stanislaus State (H) Union (Tenn.) (A) Idaho (A)

70 124 83 96 56 85 103 74 81 83 83 69 89 87 61 90 80 69 79 117 82 108 74 75 82 80

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D1 95 Illinois State (A)

68 103 74 94 113 66 88 86 104 96 77 107 85 95 104 92 93 76 82 84 113 78 99 95 91 74 94

1972-73 (21-6) W D4 90 Wisconsin (H) W D6 95 Idaho State (H) W D9 79 Murray State (H) L D11 80 UNLV (A) W D16 87 San Diego State (A) L D19 89 Jacksonville(N) W D20 74 Hofstra (N) W D23 117 Texas A&M (H) W D29 110 St. Mary’s (Calif.) (H) W D30 116 Montana State (H) W J3 81 Marshall (A) W J6 103 Morehead State (H) W J8 123 Brandeis (H) W J16 92 South Dakota (H) W J19 95 Los Angeles State (A) W J23 87 Texas-Pan American (A) W J27 121 Loyola Marymount (H) W J29 106 Lamar (H) L F3 86 Northern Illinois (A) W F6 95 Rhode Island (A) L F10 103 Marshall (H) W F12 94 Fairleigh-Dickinson (H) W F14 111 Illinois State (H) W F17 122 Trinity (H) L F24 89 Louisiana-Lafayette (H) W F27 116 Texas-Pan American (H) National Invitation Tournament L M17 65 North Carolina (N)

76 82 78 86 75 92 68 99 96 68 76 86 95 79 86 68 100 83 95 93 106 72 96 72 104 79 82

1973-74 (23-6) W D1 105 Southwestern (Texas) (H) 76 W D10 120 Hardin-Simmons (H) 91 W D13 95 San Diego State (H) 78 L D15 86 Jacksonville (A) 91 W D17 80 Eastern Kentucky (H) 70 W D19 88 Cal. State-Hayward (H) 62 W D21 103 Los Angeles State (H) 76 W D22 86 Murray State (H) 83 W D27 82 Weber State (N) 79 W D28 118 Houston (N) 108 L D29 75 USC (N) 96 W J4 87 Pepperdine (A) 74 W J9 94 Illinois State (H) 91 W J15 111 Nebraska-Omaha (H) 79 W J17 105 Loyola (A) 90 W J19 70 Virginia Tech (A) 68 W J21 109 Lamar (H) 75 W J26 107 Texas-Pan American (H) 90 L F2 89 Long Beach State (A) 98 W F4 78 Bowling Green (H) 72 W F9 98 Pepperdine (H) 71 L F14 94 Oklahoma City (A) 100 W F16 103 McNeese State (H) 96 W F25 102 Southern Illinois (H) 88 W M2 103 Oklahoma City (H) 84 L M4 84 Tulsa (A) 85 NCAA Tournament W M9 86 vs. Syracuse (Denton, TX) (N) (OT) 82 W M14 96 Louisville (H) 93 L M16 90 Kansas (H) (OT) 93

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70 83 72 55 82 70 84 86 77 107 86 89 80 67 80 69 77 79 93 77 69 91 68 67 71 91 95 68

1975-76 (20-6) W W L W W W L W W W W L L L W W W W W W W W W W W L

D1 D3 D6 D8 D10 D12 D19 D20 J3 J5 J8 J10 J15 J17 J19 J24 J26 J31 F7 F9 F14 F17 F21 F28 M1 M6

72 89 62 90 70 83 76 89 64 90 73 70 80 74 107 72 84 89 107 72 74 80 82 79 79 78

Southwestern (TX) (H) Southeast Missouri State (H) Oklahoma State (A) Murray State (H) Tulsa (H) USC (A) San Francisco (A) Santa Clara (N) Oklahoma (A) Loyola Marymount (H) Kansas (H) Illinois State (A) Weber State (A) Pennsylvania (H) MacMurray (H) Oklahoma City (A) Virginia Commonwealth (H) Illinois State (H) Lamar (H) St. Louis (A) Oklahoma City (H) Nebraska-Omaha (H) Utah State (H) Creighton (H) St. Louis (H) Tulsa (A)

49 56 74 58 69 80 98 68 58 65 70 75 83 75 72 70 68 75 92 69 71 57 63 70 76 87

1976-77 (21-7) W W W L W L L W L W W W W W W W W L W W W W W W W

N29 D2 D4 D6 D11 D15 D21 D22 D27 D29 D30 J3 J5 J8 J10 J15 J17 J22 J24 J29 F1 F9 F12 F16 F19

81 106 88 69 79 76 76 71 84 83 77 73 68 80 86 84 77 62 87 72 90 80 113 71 110

Quincy (H) Tulsa (H) Abilene Christian (H) Kansas (A) Oklahoma State (H) Austin Peay (H) San Francisco (A) USC (A) North Carolina (N) Bowling Green(N) Oregon State (N) Wichita State (A) Oklahoma (H) Tulsa (A) Southwestern (TX) (H) Illinois State (H) Virginia Tech (A) McNeese State (A) West Texas State (H) Virginia Commonwealth (H) St. Francis (NY) (H) Murray State (A) North Texas (H) St. Louis (H) North Carolina A&T (H)

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W D3 69 Cal Poly Pomona (H) W D6 105 Morehead State (A) (OT) W D9 83 Hofstra (N) L D18 87 Murray State (A) W D20 123 Los Angeles State (H) W D22 110 Maine (H) W D29 106 Connecticut (H) W D30 103 Loyola Marymount (H) W J5 125 St. Francis (Pa.) (H) W J10 102 Eastern Kentucky (A) W J15 116 Moorhead (Minn.) (H) W J17 118 Butler (A) W J20 86 Idaho State (H) W J25 109 Lamar (A) W J28 109 Louisiana Tech (H) W J31 112 William Jewell (H) W F5 126 Oglethorpe (H) W F12 120 Fresno State (H) W F14 103 Trinity (H) W F19 114 West Texas State (H) W F24 155 Union (Tenn.) (H) W F26 87 Boston University (A) W F28 100 Harvard (A) W M3 100 Wisconsin-Milwaukee (A) W M6 108 Texas-Pan American (A) National Invitation Tournament W M18 94 Memphis State (N) L M21 78 St. John’s (N)

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96 77 69 89 74 73 63 94 93 97 80 69 92 94 95 104 70 74 84 92 82

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Fresno State (A) Morris Harvey (N) Western Carolina (A) Winston-Salem (N) Washburn (N) Defiance (N) Quincy (A) Midwestern (Texas) (A) Cameron (A) (OT) Corpus Christi (H) Oklahoma Christian (H) Western Illinois (A) Midwestern (Texas) (H) Hiram Scott (H) Lincoln (A) Oklahoma Christian (A) Cameron (H) Lincoln (H) Pan American (A) Hiram Scott (A) Nebraska Wesleyan (A)

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Okla. Christian JV (A) Oklahoma St Tech (H) St. Gregory’s Oklahoma St Tech (A) Phillips JV (A) Northeastern St JV (A) Okla. Baptist JV (H) Pittsburg (KS) JV (A) Northeastern A&M (A) Cerritos JC (A) Long Beach JC (A) Ark. AAU Champs (H) Okla. Baptist JV (A) Phillips JV (H) S. California (H) Northeastern A&M (H) Northeastern St JV (H) OKC Frosh (A) Bacone JC (H) Lee College (H) Okla. Christian JV (H) John Brown JV (A) Bacone JC (A) Okla. City SW JC (H) Connors JC (A) OKC Frosh (H)

D7 75 D12 68 D13 102 D14 98 D26 68 D27 92 D28 90 J2 79 J7 98 J15 106 J25 85 J27 82 F1 99 F6 96 F10 93 F13 72 F15 68 F17 106 F22 90 F24 84 F26 96

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Game-by-Game Results W F26 71 Wagner (H) L M1 87 Florida State (A) National Invitation Tournament L M9 89 Oregon (H)

45 91 90

Lake Kelly 1977-79 Career Record: 30-24 (.556) 1977-78 (13-14) W L W L L W W L L W L W W W W L W L W L L W L L W L L

N28 D3 D5 D8 D10 D13 D15 D20 D27 D29 D30 J3 J7 J14 J16 J21 J24 J28 J30 F4 F6 F11 F13 F18 F22 F25 F27

58 60 89 64 73 77 77 73 66 80 73 66 62 80 74 68 73 50 56 57 71 88 78 59 70 63 76

Middle Tennessee (H) Louisiana State (H) West Texas State (A) Kansas State (A) Texas A&M (H) Oklahoma State (A) Tulsa (A) Kansas (H) Arizona State (N) Oklahoma City (N) Austin Peay (A) Columbia (H) Wichita State (H) North Texas (H) Lamar (H) Virginia Tech (H) Drake (A) Oklahoma City (A) Tulsa (H) DePaul (A) Illinois State (A) Hardin-Simmons (H) Auburn (A) North Texas (A) Austin Peay (H) (OT) Oklahoma City (H) Florida State (H) (OT)

55 68 78 75 79 75 70 91 82 65 80 60 54 73 66 70 71 57 54 63 84 64 82 61 66 64 80

1978-79 (17-10) W L L L W L W L L W W W W W W L L W L W L W W W W W W

N29 D1 D4 D7 D9 D12 D14 D23 D28 D29 J4 J6 J8 J13 J18 J20 J23 J27 J29 J31 F3 F7 F10 F15 F17 F24 M3

61 75 79 77 68 69 83 104 69 102 86 107 63 96 80 58 60 91 67 75 72 89 77 91 126 89 76

Kansas State (H) Louisiana State (A) Texas A&M (A) Kansas (A) Ind. St.-Evansville (H) Oklahoma State (H) Tulsa (H) Brigham Young (A) Mississippi State (N) Wisconsin (N) Drake (H) Hardin-Simmons (H) Auburn (H) West Texas State (H) Lamar (H) North Texas (A) Marquette (A) Oklahoma City (H) Duquesne (A) Georgetown (A) DePaul (H) Denver (H) Oklahoma City (A) Tulsa (A) Stetson (H) Illinois State (H) Wisconsin-Milwaukee (H)

55 91 85 90 48 70 72 120 91 69 76 70 62 88 71 82 75 80 68 74 75 67 70 86 97 78 66

Ken Hayes 1979-83 Career Record: 50-43 (.538) 1979-80 (18-10, 5-1 MCC) L W W L L L L W L W W W W W W

N30 D1 D3 D6 D8 D13 D17 D20 D22 J7 J12 J14 J19 J21 J23

78 70 75 81 75 85 73 99 66 83 76 109 91 98 114

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L J26 74 Loyola (Chicago)* (A) 103 W J28 92 Oklahoma City* (A) 72 W F2 102 Marquette (H) (OT) 101 W F4 82 Evansville (H)* 79 L F9 75 Stetson (A) 81 W F11 101 Butler* (H) 89 W F16 87 Duquesne (H) 83 W F18 88 Tulsa (H) 86 L F21 85 Detroit (A) 100 L F23 65 Illinois State (A) 66 W F25 119 Oklahoma City* (H) 115 Midwestern Collegiate Tournament (Evansville, Ind.) W M1 101 Oklahoma City (N) 100 W M2 103 Loyola (N) 93

1980-81 (11-16, 6-5 MCC) W N29 66 Princeton (H) 61 L D2 80 Oklahoma State (A) 86 L D6 66 Kansas (A) 90 L D8 69 Tulsa (H) 72 W D12 96 Tulane (H) 90 L D13 65 Georgia (H) 81 L D15 56 Indiana (A) 65 L D20 61 Wichita State (H) 83 L J3 74 Missouri (H) 83 L J6 95 Drake (H) (OT) 97 W J8 72 Butler* (H) 68 W J10 69 Detroit* (H) 59 L J12 76 Xavier* (H) (OT) 81 W J17 70 Evansville * (H) 66 L J21 93 Loyola* (A) 102 W J24 80 Illinois State (H) 75 L J28 69 Xavier* (A) 73 L J31 84 Oklahoma City* (A) 96 W F7 80 Loyola* (H) 68 W F9 115 Southwestern (TX) (H) 91 W F12 100 Southwest Missouri State (H) 89 W F14 109 Oklahoma City* (H) 98 W F16 82 Butler* (A) 77 L F18 67 Evansville* (A) 78 L F25 79 Middle Tennessee (A) 85 L F28 70 Tulsa (A) 81 Midwestern Collegiate Tournament (Evansville, Ind.) L M3 71 Evansville (A) 77

1981-82 (18-12, 8-4 MCC) W N28 64 Princeton (A) (OT) 59 L D2 75 Oklahoma State (H) 77 W D4 81 Colorado State (H) 68 W D7 80 St. Mary’s (Texas) (H) 62 W D9 84 Creighton (A) 81 W D11 69 Connecticut (N) 67 L D12 63 Tulsa (A) 80 W D19 78 Cleveland State (H) 75 L D21 75 USC (A) 95 W D31 64 BYU-Hawaii (A) 63 L J3 78 Hawaii (A) 80 W J7 120 Missouri Southern (H) 83 L J9 77 Loyola* (A) 83 L J11 72 Detroit* (A) 91 L J16 62 Evansville * (H) 63 W J18 63 Butler* (H) 50 L J23 78 Texas-Arlington (A) 88 W J27 83 Middle Tennessee (H) 73 W J30 65 Oklahoma City* (H) 55 W F1 94 Xavier* (A) 77 W F6 79 Loyola* (H) 76 W F8 81 Detroit* (H) 64 L F13 47 Evansville* (A) 71 W F15 65 Butler* (A) 63 W F20 109 North Texas (H) 97 W F22 91 Xavier* (H) 71 L F25 70 Tulsa (A) 91 W F27 87 Oklahoma City* (A) 76 Midwestern Collegiate Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) L M2 71 Xavier (H) 74 National Invitation Tournament L M9 73 Oklahoma (H) 81

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1983-84 (21-10, 11-3 MCC) L N29 74 Kansas State (A) L D1 81 Tulsa (A) W D5 62 Oklahoma State (H) W D10 84 Texas A&M (H) W D12 94 Seattle Pacific (H) W D17 74 Texas (A) L D19 64 Kansas (A) L D27 75 San Diego St. (A) (OT) L D30 52 Bradley (A) W J3 114 Texas-Arlington (H) W J5 105 Abilene Christian (H) W J7 79 St. Louis * (A) W J9 103 Evansville * (A) L J12 78 Tulsa (H) W J16 82 Oklahoma City * (A) L J21 77 Xavier * (H) (OT) W J23 82 Butler * (H) W J28 80 Detroit * (A) W J30 87 Loyola * (A) W F4 72 St. Louis * (H) W F6 88 Evansville * (H) W F11 92 Oklahoma City * (H) W F16 68 Southwest Missouri State (H) L F18 76 Xavier * (A) W F20 105 Butler * (A) W F25 104 Detroit * (H) L F27 76 Loyola * (H) Midwestern Collegiate Tournament (Chicago, Ill.) W M8 79 Oklahoma City (N) W M9 101 Evansville (N) W M10 68 Xavier (N) NCAA Tournament (Memphis, Tenn.) L M15 83 Memphis State

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1984-85 (15-15, 8-6 MCC) W N24 91 Oklahoma Baptist (H) L N27 82 Tulsa (H) L D1 71 Louisiana State (H) L D5 70 Texas A&M (A) L D8 65 North Carolina (A) W D12 82 Texas (H) L D18 71 Oklahoma State (A) L D22 57 Arkansas (A) L D29 61 UCLA (A) W J3 86 Kansas State (H) W J5 68 St. Louis* (H) W J7 90 Evansville* (H) W J12 66 Oklahoma City* (H) L J14 61 Tulsa (A) L J19 86 Xavier* (A) W J21 78 Butler* (A) L J26 65 Detroit* (H) L J28 92 Loyola* (H) W F2 74 St. Louis* (A) L F4 75 Evansville* (A) W F9 83 Bradley (H) W F11 81 Oklahoma City* (A) W F16 70 Xavier* (H) L F18 60 Butler* (H) W F23 80 Detroit* (A) L F25 77 Loyola* (A) W M2 93 Stetson (H) Midwestern City Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) W M7 56 St. Louis W M8 74 Evansville L M9 83 Loyola

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Ted Owens 1985-87 Career Record: 21-35 (.375) 1985-86 (10-18, 5-7 MCC) W N23 78 Oklahoma Baptist (H) 66 L N26 58 Baylor (H) 67 W N30 75 Texas Southern (H) 47 W D4 89 San Diego State (H) 77 L D7 71 Oklahoma State (H) 73 L D11 66 Texas (A) 82 L D14 75 Texas A&M (H) 81 L D19 47 Tulsa (A) 63 W D23 69 UC-Irvine (A) 63 L D28 51 Arkansas (H) 54 L D30 64 Louisiana State (A) 82 L J2 65 Tulsa (H) 81 W J4 96 Alabama State (H) 64 L J8 56 Southern (H) 66 L J11 44 St. Louis* (H) 64 W J13 76 Evansville* (H) 64 L J21 65 BYU (H) 67 L J25 74 Xavier* (A) 86 L J27 48 Butler* (A) 70 L F1 57 Detroit* (H) 62 W F3 69 Loyola* (H) 64 L F8 62 St. Louis* (A) 76 W F10 74 Evansville* (A) 70 W F15 68 Detroit* (A) 57 L F17 76 Loyola* (A) 86 L F22 71 Xavier* (H) 73 W F24 104 Butler* (H) 63 Midwestern Collegiate Tournament (Indianapolis, Ind.) L F27 70 Loyola (N) 76

1986-87 (11-17) W N29 73 Texas Southern (H) 66 L D2 44 Tulsa (A) 71 L D6 91 UC-IRVINE (H) (OT) 92 L D8 56 Texas A&M (A) 63 W D11 74 Coppin State (H) 58 L D13 65 Texas (H) 68 L D20 73 at BYU (A) 95 L D29 57 Missouri (N) 84 L D30 63 Pennsylvania (N) 71 W J3 87 Alabama State (H) 78 W J5 59 Tulsa (H) 55 L J10 53 St.Louis * (A) 75 L J12 62 Evansville * (A) 73 L J14 58 Memphis State (H) 59 W J17 71 Southwest Texas (H) 63 W J20 59 Stephen F. Austin (H) 54 W J24 82 Xavier * (H) 62 W J26 60 Butler * (H) 59 L J31 64 Detroit * (A) 67 L F2 70 Loyola * (A) 73 W F7 69 St. Louis * (H) 63 L F9 63 Evansville * (H) 67 W F14 62 Detroit * (H) 52 L F16 82 Loyola * (H) 83 L F18 75 Arkansas (A) 95 L F21 73 Xavier * (A) (2OT) 81 W F23 64 Butler * (A) (OT) 60 Midwestern Collegiate Tournament (Indianapolis, Ind.) L F27 64 St. Louis (N) 75

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Nicholls State (H) U.S. International (H) Cincinnati (A) Texas-Pan American (A) Loyola (H) Md.-Eastern Shore (H) Lamar (A) New Orleans (A) Samford (H) Texas Southern (H) Memphis State (A) Texas-Pan American (H) South Carolina (A)

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1988-89 (8-20) 103 100 91 89 91 87 122 91 75 89 62 57 82 67 84 98 77 66 87 114 101 83 70 66 117 72 99 83

Miami (FL) (A) Louisiana State (A) Alabama (N) Jacksonville (A) Texas (H) Louisiana Tech (H) (OT) Oklahoma (A) Wichita State (H) Georgetown (A) Colorado State (A) Memphis State (A) Arkansas State (A) Louisiana Tech (A) Lamar (H) Akron (H) Oklahoma State (A) Southwest Missouri (A) Cincinnati (H) South Carolina (H) Lamar (A) Loyola (A) (OT) Arkansas State (H) (OT) Colorado State (H) New Orleans (H) North Texas (A) (OT) Akron (A) Miami (FL) (H) Stetson (A)

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Mississippi Valley (A) Stephen F. Austin (A) Tennessee State (H) East Tennessee (A) Clemson (A) Marshall (A) South Florida (N) Princeton (N) Utah State (N) Weber State (A) Oregon State (A) Oregon (A) UCLA (A) Stephen F. Austin (H) Middle Tennessee (A) East Tennessee (H) (OT) Mississippi (A) Prairie View A&M (A) SMU (H) Oklahoma (A) Oklahoma State (A) Mississippi Valley (H) Prairie View A&M (H) Bethune-Cookman (H) Oklahoma Baptist (H) Arkansas-Pine Bluff (H) Tulsa (H) Texas (A)

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Texas (H) Indiana State (A) Texas Southern (H) SMU (A) Tulsa (A) Stephen F. Austin (A) Middle Tennessee (H) San Diego (H) Louisville (A) San Diego (A) Loyola Marymount (A) Pepperdine (A) Kansas (A) Oklahoma State (H) Tulsa (H) Mississippi Valley (A) Middle Tennessee (A) Arkansas-Pine Bluff (H) Prairie View A&M (H) Mississippi (A) Texas Tech (A) Texas Southern (A) SMU (H) East Tennessee (A) Baylor (A)

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Sam Houston state (H) Mississippi Valley (H) Oklahoma State (A) Middle Tennessee (A) Tulsa (H) Washington State (N) Tennessee Tech (N) Indiana State (H) Marshall (H) TCU (A) Pepperdine (H) Loyola Marymount (H) Creighton (A) Mississippi (H) Mississippi Valley (A) Rice (H) Baylor (H) Western Kentucky (A) Texas State (A) Texas A&M (A) UMKC (A) Southern Illinois (H) Stephen F. Austin (A) Texas Tech (H) TCU (H) Texas (A) SMU (A)

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Creighton (H) Sam Houston State (A) Texas A&M (H) Appalachian State (H) Indiana State (A) Tulsa (A) Baptist Christian (H) Southern Illinois (A) Tennessee Tech (A) Northern Arizona (H) Oklahoma State (H) Tennessee-Martin (A) Cal Poly (H) Oklahoma (A) Texas-San Antonio (H) Valparaiso (A) Tennessee Tech (H) Huston-Tillotson (H) Texas-San Antonio (A) Mississippi (A) Lindenwood (H) Texas state (H) Wichita State (H) Western Kentucky (H) Rice (A) SMU (H) Texas Tech (A)

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Eastern Illinois (H) Middle Tennessee St. (H) Tennessee Tech (H) Creighton (A) Southeast Missouri State (A) Northern Arizona (A) (OT) Oklahoma (H) Tulsa (H) Cal Poly (A) Southern Utah (A) Oklahoma State (A) Cal State Northridge (H) Southern Utah (H) John Brown (H) Arkansas (A) Texas Tech (H) Eastern Illinois (A) Cal State Sacramento (H) Tennessee Tech (A) Cal State Northridge (A) UMKC (H) Hampton (A)

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1996-97 (21-7) W N22 76 Rockhurst (H) W N25 84 Northeast Louisiana (H) W N27 86 Arkansas (H) W N30 93 Stephen F. Austin (H) L D2 55 Northern Iowa (A) W D6 59 Southern Utah (N) W D7 78 Montana (A) L D14 72 Northeastern Illinois (A) L D21 58 Louisiana State (A) W D28 75 Illinois-Chicago (H) W D30 61 Southern Mississippi (H) W J4 74 Northern Iowa (H) L J8 46 Villanova (A) L J11 70 Tulsa (A) W J15 91 Montevallo (H) W J20 76 Valparaiso (H) W J26 78 Cal State Sacramento (A) W J29 71 Oklahoma State (H) W F1 95 Northeastern Illinois (H) W F5 82 Alcorn State (A) W F11 96 Stephen F. Austin (A) W F15 96 Montana (H) W F19 70 Southern Utah (A) L F24 78 Illinois-Chicago (A) W F26 78 Alcorn State (H) W M1 69 Louisiana-Monroe (A) W M3 81 Southern Utah (H) National Invitation Tournament L M12 58 Notre Dame (A)

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1997-98 (19-12, 12-4 Mid-Con) W N15 124 Jarvis Christian (H) 49 W N18 80 Montana (A) 68 W N22 85 Belmont (H) 69 L N25 75 Arkansas (A) 81 W N29 69 Creighton (H) 66 L D2 66 Oklahoma State (A) 73 W D6 88 Southern Utah (A) 83 L D10 67 Missouri (A) 85 L D14 53 Tulsa (H) 58 W D21 97 Tennessee Tech (N) 53 L D22 67 St. Bonaventure (N) 70 L D23 62 Southern Miss (N) 73 L D30 50 Southern Miss (A) 72 L J1 84 Buffalo* (A) 86 W J8 104 Youngstown State* (H) 81 W J10 68 Valparaiso* (H) 60 W J15 65 UMKC* (A) 63 L J17 62 Western Illinois* (A) 66 W J22 95 Northeastern Illinois* (H) 86 W J24 108 Chicago State * (H) 60 W J27 72 Belmont (A) 60 W J31 75 Buffalo * (H) 63 L F5 68 Valparaiso* (A) 90 L F7 69 Youngstown State* (A) 90 W F12 92 Western Illinois* (H) 71 W F14 89 UMKC* (H) 75 W F19 105 Chicago State* (A) 75 W F21 106 Northeastern Illinois* (A) 81 W F23 86 Southern Utah* (H) 69 Mid-Continent Conference Tournament (Moline, Ill.) W M1 94 Southern Utah (N) (2OT) 84 L M2 60 Youngstown State (N) 74

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W N19 113 St. Martin’s (H) W N24 75 SW Oklahoma State (H) W N26 101 Pittsburg State (A) W N28 100 Southeast Missouri State (A) W D1 110 Texas Wesleyan (H) L D4 87 SW Oklahoma State (A) L D5 114 Oklahoma City (A) (OT) L D7 67 Arkansas State (A) W D8 103 Texas Southern (N) L D15 107 Southeast Missouri State (H) W J4 86 Southern Nazarene (N) W J5 124 Oklahoma Christian (A) W J7 111 Friends (H) W J8 143 LeMoyne-Owen (H) W J10 88 Grand Canyon (H) W J12 99 Phillips (H) W J14 82 Oklahoma Christian (H) L J15 102 Oklahoma City (H) W J17 90 Oklahoma Baptist (H) W J19 81 Texas Wesleyan (A) W J22 98 Rockhurst (H) W J24 84 Drury (H) W J26 109 Arkansas-Pine Bluff (H) W J28 110 Wayland Baptist (H) W J30 89 NW Oklahoma State (A) (OT) W F2 87 Drury (A) W F7 92 Arkansas-Pine Bluff (A) W F14 82 Midwestern State (TX) (A) W F16 101 Oklahoma Wesleyan (H) W F21 98 Rockhurst (A) W F23 118 Phillips (A) NAIA District Nine Playoffs W M1 107 Science and Arts (Okla.) (H) W M4 79 East Central (N) L M6 104 Oklahoma City (N)

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Scott Sutton 1999-present Career Record: 204-139 (.595) 1999-00 (13-17, 8-8) L N19 70 Idaho (N) (OT) 71 W N20 78 Appalachian State (N) 68 W N22 105 Texas Pan Am (A) (3OT) 104 L N26 44 VMI (N) 56 L N28 76 William & Mary (N) (OT) 82 W D2 61 Valparaiso* (H) 55 W D4 93 Central Arkansas (H) 63 L D6 59 Cal State Northridge (A) 72 W D11 60 Tulsa (H) 59 L D20 74 Cal State Northridge (H) 76 L D22 65 Nebraska (A) 80 L D29 70 Texas Tech (A) 84 W J6 72 Western Illinois * (A) 62 L J8 72 Chicago State * (A) 75 W J13 87 UMKC * (H) 76 L J15 62 Texas Pan Am (H) 79 L J20 78 Oakland * (H) 93 W J22 79 Youngstown State * (A) 63 L J29 66 Southern Utah * (A) 89 W F3 73 Chicago State * (H) 72 W F5 78 Western Illinois * (H) 71 L F10 72 IUPUI * (A) (OT) 74 L F12 59 Valparaiso * (A) 60 W F17 86 Southern Utah * (H) 66 L F20 84 UMKC * (H) (OT) 88 L F21 56 IUPUI * (H) (OT) 59 W F24 83 Youngstown State * (A) 80 L F26 84 Oakland (A) (OT) 86 Mid-Continent Conference Tournament (Ft. Wayne, Ind.) W M5 67 Youngstown State (N) 59 L M6 56 Valparaiso (N) 71

2000-01 (10-19, 5-11) W N18 87 Nebraska (H) 83 W N21 83 Southwest Baptist (H) 72 W N27 84 Southern Arkansas (H) 58 L N30 56 Southern Utah * (H) 60 L D2 62 Youngstown State * (H) 63 L D5 59 Northwestern State (La.) (N) 71 L D10 81 Tulsa (A) (OT) 89 L D15 68 Drake (A) 88 L D18 78 Northwestern State (La.) (H) 85 L D21 98 Texas Tech (H) (OT) 100 L D29 51 Oklahoma (N) 84 L D30 62 Texas-Pan American (N) 81 W J4 91 Oakland * (H) 77 W J6 77 Valparaiso * (H) 68 W J11 83 Chicago State * (A) 82 W J13 86 Western Illinois * (A) 84 L J18 72 IUPUI * (H) 78 L J27 48 UMKC * (H) 71 L F1 61 Valparaiso * (A) 75 L F3 69 IUPUI * (A) 88 L F8 70 Youngstown State * (A) 82 L F10 72 Oakland * (A) 78 L F15 59 Western Illinois * (H) 68 W F17 83 Chicago State * (H) 69 L F22 52 UMKC * (H) 70 L F24 73 Southern Utah * (A) 91 W F27 71 Binghamton (H) 63 Mid-Continent Conference Tournament (Ft. Wayne, Ind.) W M4 73 Youngstown State (N) 70 L M5 62 Southern Utah (N) 73

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L N23 68 Drake (H) L N25 68 Colgate (A) W N27 70 Binghamton (A) L D1 66 Tulsa (H) (OT) W D5 87 Tennessee State (H) L D8 55 Nebraska (A) L D14 64 SMU (A) W D17 115 Texas-Arlington (H) W D20 73 Jacksonville (N) L D21 58 Texas-Pan American (N) W D22 66 Florida International (N) W D29 78 Stephen F. Austin (H) L J2 77 Texas-Arlington (A) (OT) W J5 67 UMKC* (A) W J10 85 IUPUI* (H) W J12 93 Oakland* (H) L J17 67 Valparaiso* (A) W J19 95 Western Illinois* (A) L J24 70 Southern Utah* (H) (OT) W J26 91 Chicago State* (H) W F2 85 UMKC* (H) L F7 76 Oakland* (A) W F9 88 IUPUI* (A) W F14 84 Western Illinois* (H) W F16 77 Valparaiso* (H) W F21 94 Chicago State* (A) L F23 75 Southern Utah* (A) Mid-Continent Tournament W M3 86 Western Illinois (N) (OT) L M4 53 IUPUI (N)

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2002-03 (18-10, 9-5) W N23 112 Oklahoma Wesleyan (H) 66 W N26 76 Arkansas (H) 64 W N30 76 Wichita State (H) 71 W D2 77 Tennessee State (A) 69 W D4 75 SMU (H) 62 W D7 85 Mississippi Valley State (A) 75 L D14 68 Stephen F. Austin (A) 71 L D19 80 Tulsa (A) 90 W D21 96 Mississippi Valley State (H) 63 L D29 62 Howard (N) 72 W D30 68 UMBC (N) 48 L J1 80 Minnesota (A) 85 W J4 78 Colgate (H) 54 L J9 58 Southern Utah* (A) 73 W J11 77 Chicago State* (A) 66 W J16 66 IUPUI* (H) 63 W J18 88 Oakland* (H) 75 W J25 76 UMKC* (A) 62 L J30 71 Valparaiso* (A) 84 W F1 87 Western Illinois* (A) 77 W F6 78 Chicago State* (H) 48 W F8 86 Southern Utah* (H) 73 L F13 57 Oakland* (A) 78 L F15 65 IUPUI* (A) 76 L F22 86 UMKC* (H) (2OT) 91 W F27 79 Western Illinois* (H) 58 W M1 89 Valparaiso* (H) 75 Mid-Continent Conference Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.) L M9 73 UMKC (N) 76

2003-04 (17-11, 10-6 Mid-Con) W N21 63 South Carolina State (N) 60 L N22 68 Oklahoma (A) 84 L N24 79 Chattanooga (H) 81 W N28 118 Oklahoma Wesleyan (H) 53 W D1 83 Northern Arizona (H) 70 L D3 71 Arkansas (A) 77 W D6 87 Tulsa (H) 81 L D12 80 Minnesota (A) 100 W D15 80 Loyola (A) 78 W D20 94 St. Gregory’s (H) 72 W D30 76 Wichita State (A) 73 W J3 91 UMKC* (A) 71 W J5 75 Southern Utah* (A) 64 W J8 89 Western Illinois* (H) 70 W J10 87 Valparaiso* (H) (OT) 81 W J15 85 Centenary* (H) 71 L J17 66 Chicago State* (A) 74 W J22 70 Oakland* (A) 68 L J24 105 IUPUI* (A) (3OT) 108 L J31 71 UMKC* (H) 77 L F5 96 IUPUI* (H) (2OT) 104 L F12 73 Valparaiso* (A) 84 W F14 74 Western Illinois* (A) 66 W F19 75 Chicago State* (H) 61 W F21 84 Oakland* (H) 75 L F26 68 Centenary* (A) 71 W F28 84 Southern Utah* (H) 73 Mid-Continent Conference Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.) L M7 73 UMKC (N) 86

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2004-05 (25-8, 13-3 Mid-Con) National Invitation Tournament W N20 101 Oklahoma Wesleyan (H) 60 W N24 70 Northern Arizona (A) 69 W N27 55 St. Louis (A) 54 W D1 48 Loyola (H) 44 W D5 70 Tulsa (A) 47 W D11 92 Utah Valley State (A) 89 W D14 78 Northern Colorado (H) 57 W D20 81 Georgetown (N) 63 L D22 54 Hawaii (A) 55 L D23 77 UAB (N) 84 W D28 113 Utah Valley State (H) 68 L D31 68 Indiana (A) 69 W J4 73 Southern Utah* (H) 67 W J8 75 Valparaiso* (A) 68 L J10 83 Western Illinois* (A) 85 W J15 88 Centenary* (H) 65 W J20 94 Oakland* (H) 89 W J22 79 Chicago State* (A) 76 W J27 86 IUPUI* (H) 72 L J29 74 UMKC* (H) 88 W J31 72 Southern Utah* (A) 66 W F3 91 Centenary* (A) 67 W F10 85 Western Illinois* (H) 55 W F12 65 Chicago State* (H) 49 W F16 72 Oakland* (A) 61 W F19 86 Southwest Missouri State (A) 76 L F22 70 UMKC* (A) 77 W F26 79 Valparaiso* (H) 65 W F28 79 IUPUI* (A) 72 Mid-Continent Conference Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) W M5 82 Southern Utah (N) 59 W M7 80 IUPUI (N) 69 L M8 60 Oakland (N) 61 National Invitation Tournament L M16 72 at Maryland 85

2005-06 (21-12, 13-3 Mid-Con) NCAA Tournament L N19 67 Utah State (H) (OT) 72 W N23 68 USC (N) 48 L N25 70 Marquette (N) 73 W N26 62 Monmouth (N) 54 W N29 90 St. Gregory’s (H) 52 W D3 68 Tulsa (H) 52 L D7 76 Missouri State (H) 88 W D11 79 Northern Colorado (A) 66 L D15 74 Louisiana-Lafayette (A) 95 L D20 64 Utah State (A) 65 L D28 73 Oklahoma (A) 81 L D31 54 Minnesota (A) 67 W J2 74 Chicago State (A) 65 W J4 84 Southern Utah (A) 79 W J7 83 Western Illinois* (H) 66 L J9 60 Valparaiso* (A) 80 W J14 86 IUPUI* (H) 76 W J19 74 Oakland* (H) 63 L J24 65 Western Illinois* (A) 70 W J26 74 Centenary* (H) 53 W J30 74 UMKC* (A) 56 W F2 89 Southern Utah* (H) 57 W F4 69 Chicago State* (H) 58 W F9 90 Oakland* (A) 53 L F11 75 IUPUI* (A) 80 W F16 86 UMKC* (H) 79 L F18 74 Montana (A) 88 W F23 83 Centenary* (A) 57 W F25 87 Valparaiso* (H) 78 Mid-Continent Conference Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) W M4 60 Western Illinois (N) 53 W M6 77 Valparaiso (N) 58 W M7 85 Chicago State (N) 72 NCAA Tournament (Dallas, Texas ) L M17 78 Memphis (N) 94

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L D29 62 BYU (A) 72 W D30 90 Liberty (N) 58 W J4 65 Western Illinois* (H) 46 W J6 75 Valparaiso * (H) 60 W J11 69 Southern Utah* (A) 61 W J13 75 UMKC* (A) 68 W J18 59 Chicago State (H) 53 W J20 89 Centenary* (A) 66 W J25 73 Oakland* (H) 63 W J27 77 IUPUI* (H) 66 L F2 67 Valparaiso* (A) (OT) 70 W F4 67 Western Illinois* (A) 60 W F8 74 UMKC* (H) 68 W F10 79 Southern Utah* (H) 57 W F15 85 Centenary* (H) 80 L F17 65 Utah State (H) 71 W F22 83 IUPUI* (A) 73 L F24 84 Oakland* (A) (OT) 85 Mid-Continent Conference Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) W M4 79 Centenary (N) 59 W M5 75 IUPUI (N) 54 W M6 71 Oakland (N) 67 NCAA Tournament (Sacramento, Calif.) L M15 54 Washington State 70

2007-2008 (24-9, 16-2 Summit) NCAA Tournament W N9 84 Southwestern Oklahoma (H) L N13 53 Texas A&M (A) L N14 86 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (N) (OT) W N20 62 Louisiana-Lafayette (H) W N24 65 Lamar (A) W N27 84 Tulsa (H) L D1 51 Arkansas (A) W D6 69 North Dakota State (H) W D8 80 South Dakota State (H) L D18 56 Texas (A) W D20 74 Oklahoma State (N) L D29 55 Utah State (A) W J5 71 Centenary (A) W J10 68 IPFW (A) W J12 66 Oakland (A) W J17 64 IUPUI (H) W J19 76 Western Illinois (H) W J24 75 UMKC (A) W J26 80 Southern Utah (A) W F2 73 Centenary (H) W F7 60 Oakland (H) W F9 88 IPFW (H) W F14 76 Western Illinois (A) L F16 66 IUPUI (A) W F19 71 Southern Utah (H) W F21 72 UMKC (H) L F23 64 Creighton (H) W F28 67 South Dakota State (A) L M1 55 North Dakota State (A) Summit League Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) W M8 84 Centenary (N) W M10 58 IPFW (N) W M11 71 IUPUI (N) NCAA Tournament (Denver, Colo.) L M20 63 Pittsburgh (N)

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L N15 43 Tulsa (A) W N17 82 John Brown (H) L N22 65 Creighton (A) L N25 75 Louisiana-Lafayette (A) (OT) L N30 83 Missouri (A) L D4 75 North Dakota State (A) W D6 85 South Dakota State (A) L D8 66 UALR (H) L D13 84 North Carolina (A) L D17 63 New Mexico (A) L D20 46 Wright State (N) L D21 76 Murray State (N) W D22 86 South Florida (N) L D28 56 USC (A) W J2 82 Centenary (H) W J8 73 IPFW (H) W J10 68 Oakland (H) (OT) W J15 67 IUPUI (A) W J17 64 Western Illinois (A) W J22 89 UMKC (H) W J24 67 Southern Utah (H) W J31 84 Centenary (A) L F5 69 Oakland (A) L F7 65 IPFW (A) W F12 49 Western Illinois (H) W F14 71 IUPUI (H) W F19 64 Southern Utah (A) W F21 93 UMKC (A) W F26 63 South Dakota State (H) L F28 72 North Dakota State (H) Summit League Tournament (Sioux Falls, S.D.) L M7 69 South Dakota State (N) (OT)

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2010-11 (19-16, 13-5) CollegeInsider.com Tournament L N12 61 Missouri State (A) L N16 68 Tulsa (A) L N20 69 Indiana State (H) W N24 86 UALR (H) W N27 78 Utah (A) L N30 82 Texas Tech (A) W D2 71 Western Illinois* (A) W D4 63 IUPUI* (A) L D11 60 Oklahoma (A) L D16 62 Missouri (A) L D21 56 Miami (Fla.) (N) L D22 49 UALR (N) W D23 80 Rice (N) L D28 73 IPFW* (H) L D30 77 Oakland* (H) L J3 80 Akron (A) L J6 74 North Dakota State* (A) W J8 90 South Dakota State* (A) W J13 87 Southern Utah* (H) W J15 69 UMKC* (H) (OT) W J22 78 Centenary* (H) L J27 85 Oakland* (A) L J29 77 IPFW* (A) W F3 77 South Dakota State* (H) W F5 81 North Dakota State* (H) W F10 102 UMKC* (A) W F12 71 Southern Utah* (A) W F15 81 Centenary* (A) W F19 79 Pacific (H) W F24 92 IUPUI* (H) W F26 69 Western Illinois* (H) Summit League Tournament (Sioux Falls, S.D.) W M5 72 North Dakota State (N) W M7 83 IUPUI (N) L M8 76 Oakland (N) CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament L M16 57 at SMU (A) (OT)

2011-12 (27-7, 17-1) National Invitation Tournament 78 83 74 60 70 86 58 61 73 81 69 52 78 76 85 84 80 82 71 63 65 88 80 73 73 81 69 61 63 74 57 65 77 90

L N11 71 West Virginia (A) L N15 77 UTSA (N) W N16 80 Arkansas-Pine Bluff (N) W N19 71 Austin Peay (H) W N21 62 SMU (H) W N22 73 Florida International (H) W N30 68 Missouri State (H) W D3 61 Southern Utah * (H) L D8 59 Oklahoma (A) W D12 58 UALR (A) L D14 61 Gonzaga (A) W D18 64 (8) Xavier (A) W D22 72 Texas Tech (H) W D28 72 UMKC * (A) W D30 79 South Dakota * (A) W J3 89 Oakland * (A) W J5 89 North Dakota State * (H) W J7 97 South Dakota State * (H) W J12 71 Western Illinois * (A) (2OT) W J14 81 IUPUI * (A) W J19 65 IPFW * (H) W J21 93 Oakland * (H) W J26 97 South Dakota * (H) W J28 77 UMKC * (H) L F2 60 South Dakota State * (A) W F4 85 North Dakota State * (A) W F9 76 IUPUI * (H) (OT) W F11 61 Western Illinois * (H) W F15 75 IPFW * (A) W F18 67 Akron (H) W F25 73 Southern Utah (A) Summit League Tournament (Sioux Falls, S.D.) W M3 71 IPFW (N) W M5 53 Western Illinois (N) National Invitation Tournament L M14 59 Nevada (H)

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L N13 56 at Wake Forest (A) W N16 86 NW Oklahoma State (H) W N18 83 at Stanford (A) L N21 55 Virginia (A) L N24 65 vs. Sam Houston State (N) W N25 72 vs. Florida A&M (N) L N30 68 UALR (A) W D3 68 UMKC* (H) W D5 68 Southern Utah* (H) W D9 60 Missouri (H) L D13 54 Indiana State (A) L D16 57 Louisville (A) W D23 75 New Mexico (H) L D31 70 South Dakota State* (A) W J2 65 North Dakota State* (A) L J7 64 Oakland* (H) W J9 68 IPFW* (H) L J14 87 IUPUI* (A) (OT) W J16 74 Western Illinois* (A) L J20 52 Tulsa (H) W J23 87 Centenary* (A) W J28 71 North Dakota State* (H) W J30 68 South Dakota State* (H) W F4 71 IPFW* (A) (OT) L F6 77 Oakland* (A) L F11 62 Western Illinois* (H) W F13 61 IUPUI* (H) W F16 76 Centenary* (H) W F20 89 Austin Peay (A) W F25 85 Southern Utah* (A) W F27 89 UMKC* (A) Summit League Tournament (Sioux Falls, S.D.) W M7 65 North Dakota State (N) (OT) L M8 65 IUPUI (N)

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Series Results ABILENE CHRISTIAN ORU leads, 2-0 Dec. 4, 1976 (H) W.................................... 88-63 Jan. 5, 1984 (H) W................................... 105-80 AKRON Akron leads, 4-1 Jan. 14, 1989 (H) L.................................... 84-88 Feb. 22, 1989 (A) L.................................... 72-91 Dec. 2, 2006 (H) L..................................... 59-61 Jan. 3, 2011 (A) L...................................... 80-84 Feb. 18, 2012 (H) W................................ 67-61* *ESPN BracketBuster

ALABAMA ORU leads, 1-0 Dec. 2, 1988 (N) W.................................. 91-86* *Jacksonville, Fla.

Alabama-Birmingham UAB leads, 1-0 Dec. 23, 2004 (N) L................................. 77-84* *Rainbow Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii

ALABAMA STATE ORU leads, 2-1 Jan. 4, 1986 (H) W..................................... 96-64 Jan. 3, 1987 (H) W..................................... 87-78 Dec. 12, 1987 (H) L.................................... 78-84 ALCORN STATE ORU leads, 3-0 Nov. 30, 1987 (H) W................................ 101-93 Feb. 5, 1997 (A) W..................................... 82-65 Feb. 26, 1997 (A) W................................... 78-50 APPALACHIAN STATE ORU leads, 2-0 Dec. 3, 1994 (H) W.................................... 73-68 Nov. 20, 1999 (N) W.................................. 78-68 ARIZONA STATE Arizona State leads, 1-0 Dec. 27, 1977 (N) L.................................66-82 * *All-College Tournament, Oklahoma City, Okla. ARKANSAS Arkansas leads, 9-2 Dec. 22, 1984 (A) L.................................... 57-64 Dec. 28, 1985(H) L.................................... 51-54 Feb. 18, 1987 (A) L.................................... 75-95 Jan. 27, 1996 (A) L.................................... 65-66 Nov. 27, 1996 (H) W.................................. 86-81 Nov. 25, 1997 (A) L.................................... 75-81 Nov. 18, 2001 (A) L.................................... 57-71 Nov. 26, 2002 (H) W.................................. 76-64 Dec. 3, 2003 (A) L...................................... 71-77 Dec. 22, 2006 (A) L.................................... 56-68 Dec. 1, 2007 (A) L...................................... 51-62 Arkansas-Little Rock UALR leads, 3-1 Dec. 8, 2008 (H) L..................................... 66-69 Nov. 30, 2009 (A) L.................................... 68-73 Nov. 24, 2010 (H) W.................................. 86-60 Dec. 22, 2010 (N) L................................. 49-52* Dec. 12, 2011 (A) W.................................. 58-55

ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF ORU leads, 7-0 Jan. 11, 1990 (H) W................................. 102-80 Feb. 3, 1990 (A) W..................................... 90-69 Jan. 26, 1991 (H) W................................. 109-82 Feb. 7, 1991 (A) W..................................... 92-87 Feb. 15, 1992 (H) W................................ 100-89 Feb. 8, 1993 (H) W.................................... 83-79 Nov. 16, 2011 (N) W................................ 80-44*

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BETHUNE COOKMAN ORU leads, 1-0 Feb. 4, 1992 (H) W.................................. 106-85

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ARKANSAS STATE Arkansas State leads, 5-3 1967-68 (A) W......................................... 69-67 Jan. 9, 1988 (H) L...................................... 61-84 Jan. 16, 1988 (A) L.................................... 72-76 Jan. 7, 1989 (A) L...................................... 57-70 Feb. 7, 1989 (H) W.............................83-82 (OT) Dec. 7, 1990 (A) L...................................... 67-80 Nov. 18, 1998 (A) W.................................. 71-66 Dec. 22, 1998 (H) L.................................... 72-74 ARKANSAS TECH ORU leads, 3-0 Nov. 18, 1967 (A) W.................................. 91-70 Nov. 27, 1989 (A) W.............................. 126-116 Jan. 5, 1990 (H) W..................................... 92-66 AUBURN Series is tied, 1-1 Feb. 13, 1978 (A) L.................................... 78-82 Jan. 8, 1979 (H) W..................................... 63-62 AUSTIN PEAY ORU leads, 3-2 Dec. 15, 1976 (H) L.................................... 76-80 Dec. 30, 1977 (N) L.................................73-80 * Feb. 22, 1978 (H) W...........................70-66 (OT) Feb. 20, 2010 (A) W................................ 89-80^ Nov. 11, 2011 (H) W.................................. 71-59 *All-College Tournament, Oklahoma City, Okla. ^ESPN BracketBuster

BAPTIST CHRISTIAN ORU leads, 2-0 Feb. 24, 1990 (H) W................................ 117-30 Dec. 17, 1994 (H) W................................ 107-55 BAYLOR Baylor leads, 4-0 Dec. 7, 1982 (A) L...................................... 55-58 Nov. 26, 1985 (H) L................................... 58-67 Feb. 27, 1993 (A) L................................ 102-124 Jan. 29, 1994 (H) L.................................... 65-77 BELLARMINE ORU leads, 2-0 Dec. 17, 1969 (A) W.................................. 84-76 Dec. 17, 1970 (H) W................................ 112-74 BELMONT ORU leads, 2-1 Nov. 14, 1989 (A) L.................................... 85-87 Nov. 22, 1997 (H) W.................................. 85-69 Jan. 27, 1998 (A) W................................... 72-60

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BENEDICTINE COLLEGE (Formerly St. Benedict) ORU leads, 1-0 Dec. 26, 1970 (N) W.............................. 120-83*

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Jan. 23, 1984 (H) W................................... 82-68 Feb. 20, 1984 (A) W............................... 105-100 Jan. 21, 1985 (A) W................................... 78-66 Feb. 18, 1985 (H) L.................................... 60-62 Jan. 27, 1986 (A) L.................................... 48-70 Feb. 24, 1986 (H) W................................ 104-63 Jan. 26, 1987 (H) W.................................. 60-59 Feb. 23, 1987 (A) W............................64-60 (OT) UC IRVINE Series tied, at 1-1 Dec. 23, 1985 (A) W.................................. 69-63 Dec. 6, 1986 (H) L..............................91-92 (OT) CAL POLY (POMONA) ORU leads, 1-0 Dec. 3, 1971 (H) W.................................... 69-68

BOWLING GREEN ORU leads, 3-0 Feb. 4, 1974 (H) W.................................... 78-72 Dec. 27, 1974 (H) W.................................. 95-86 Dec. 29, 1976 (N) W................................83-76 *

CAL POLY (SAN LUIS OBISPO) ORU leads, 3-1 Dec. 19, 1970 (H) W................................ 119-81 Jan. 16, 1995 (H) W................................... 89-58 Jan. 4, 1996 (A) L...................................... 74-82 Dec. 29, 1998 (N) W................................ 96-78*

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BRADLEY Series tied, 1-1 Dec. 10, 1983 (A) L.................................... 52-70 Feb. 9, 1985 (H) W.................................... 83-73

CAL STATE FULLERTON ORU leads, 1-0 Dec. 4, 1970 (H) W.................................. 111-83

BRANDEIS ORU leads, 1-0 Jan. 8, 1973 (H) W................................... 123-95

CAL STATE EAST BAY (Formerly Cal State Hayward) ORU leads, 1-0 Dec. 19, 1973 (H) W.................................. 88-62

BRIGHAM YOUNG (BYU) Brigham Young leads, 5-0 Dec. 23, 1978 (A) L................................ 104-120 Dec. 8, 1979 (H) L..................................... 75-76 Jan. 21, 1986 (H) L.................................... 65-67 Dec. 20, 1986 (A) L.................................. 73-95* Dec. 29, 2006 (A) L.................................... 62-72

CAL STATE LOS ANGELES (Formerly Los Angeles State) ORU leads, 3-0 Dec. 20, 1971 (H) W.............................. 123-113 Jan. 19, 1973 (A) W................................... 95-86 Dec. 21, 1973 (H) W................................ 103-76

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CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE Series tied, 2-2 Jan. 15, 1996 (H) W................................... 88-53 Feb. 10, 1996 (A) W................................... 77-59 Dec. 6, 1999 (A) L...................................... 72-59 Dec. 20, 1999 (H) L.................................... 76-74

BRIGHAM YOUNG-HAWAII ORU leads, 1-0 Dec. 31, 1981 (A) W.................................. 64-63 BROWN ORU leads, 1-0 Jan. 5, 1970 (H) W..................................... 96-86 BUFFALO Series tied, 1-1 Jan. 3, 1998 (A) L...................................... 84-86 Jan. 31, 1998 (H) W................................... 75-63 BUTLER ORU leads, 14-3 Jan. 31, 1970 (A) L.................................. 96-108 Jan. 17, 1972 (A) W............................... 118-107 Feb. 11, 1980 (H) W................................ 101-89 Jan. 8, 1981 (H) W..................................... 72-68 Feb. 16, 1981 (A) W................................... 82-77 Jan. 18, 1982 (H) W................................... 63-50 Feb. 15, 1982 (A) W................................... 65-63 Jan 24, 1983 (A) W................................... 64-52 Feb. 21, 1983 (H) W.................................. 75-69

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CAL STATE STANISLAUS (Formerly Stanislaus State) ORU leads, 1-0 Feb. 19, 1971 (H) W................................ 121-75 CAMERON ORU leads, 3-2 Jan. 7, 1969 (A) W..............................98-93 (OT) Feb. 15, 1969 (H) L.................................... 68-70 Feb. 7, 1970 (H) W.................................... 94-78 Feb. 21, 1970 (A) W................................. 109-91 Nov. 16, 2001 (H) L................................... 71-75 CANISUS ORU leads, 1-0 Feb. 5, 1975 (H) W.................................. 100-93

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COLUMBIA ORU leads, 1-0 Jan. 3, 1978 (H) W..................................... 66-60

CENTRAL ARKANSAS Series tied, 1-1 Nov. 21, 1989 (A) L.................................. 102-80 Dec. 4, 1999 (H) W.................................... 93-63

COLGATE Series tied, 1-1 Nov. 25, 2001 (A) L.................................... 68-80 Jan. 4, 2003 (H) W..................................... 78-54 COLORADO STATE Colorado State leads, 3-1 Dec. 4,1 981 (H) W.................................... 81-68 Dec. 2, 1982 (A) L...................................... 46-61 Dec. 17, 1988 (A) L.................................. 89-102 Feb. 11, 1989 (H) L.................................... 70-76

COLUMBIA COLLEGE (Mo.) ORU leads, 1-0 Mar. 15, 1990 (N) W.............................. 106-86* *NAIA National Tournament

CHATTANOOGA Chattanooga leads, 2-0 Nov. 24, 2003 (H) L................................... 79-81 Dec. 16, 2006 (A) L.................................... 72-76

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CHRISTIAN BROTHERS Christian Brothers leads, 1-0 Feb. 4, 1967 (A) L...................................... 77-79 CINCINNATI Cincinnati leads, 2-0 Jan. 28, 1988 (A) L.................................... 77-98 Jan. 26, 1989 (H) L.................................... 66-75

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CORPUS CHRISTI ORU leads, 2-0 Jan. 12, 1968 (H) W................................. 125-90 Jan. 15, 1969 (H) W................................. 106-97 CREIGHTON Creighton leads, 6-4 Feb. 1, 1975 (A) L...................................... 62-77 Feb. 28, 1976 (H) W.................................. 79-70 Dec. 9, 1981 (A) W.................................... 84-81 Nov. 29, 1982 (H) W.................................. 74-64 Jan. 13, 1994 (A) L.................................... 68-81 Nov. 26. 1994 (H) L................................... 61-68 Dec. 9, 1995 (A) L...................................... 64-80 Nov. 29, 1997 (H) W.................................. 69-66 Feb. 23, 2008 (H) L.................................. 64-65* Nov. 22, 2008 (A) L.................................... 65-87 *-ESPN Bracket Buster

DEFIANCE ORU leads, 1-0 Dec. 27, 1968 (N) W.................................. 92-73 DENVER ORU Leads 2-1 Feb. 7, 1979 (H) W.................................... 89-67 Nov. 21, 1998 (A) L.................................... 66-73 Jan. 19, 1999 (H) W................................. 119-62

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DRAKE Drake leads, 4-2 Jan. 24,1978 (A) W................................... 73-71 Jan. 4, 1979 (H) W..................................... 86-76 Dec.6, 1979 (A) L...................................... 81-82 Jan. 6, 1981 (H) L................................ 95-97 (OT) Dec. 15, 2000 (A) L.................................... 68-88 Nov. 23, 2001 (H) L................................... 68-73 DUQUESNE Series tied, 1-1 Jan. 29, 1979 (A) L.................................... 67-68 Feb. 16, 1980 (H) W.................................. 87-83 DRURY ORU leads, 2-0 Jan. 24, 1991 (H) W................................... 84-74 Feb. 2, 1991 (A) W..................................... 87-83 EAST CAROLINA ORU leads, 1-0 Jan. 7, 1980 (H) W..................................... 83-82 EAST CENTRAL (Okla.) ORU leads, 5-0 Nov. 16, 1966 (A) W.................................. 94-86 Dec. 13, 1966 (H) W.................................. 92-82 Nov. 27, 1967 (H) W............................... 105-79 Dec. 13, 1967 (A) W.................................. 83-69 Mar. 4, 1991 (N) W.................................. 79-64* *NAIA District Nine Playoffs

EAST TENNESSEE STATE ETSU leads, 2-1 Nov. 30, 1991 (A) L.................................. 109-93 Jan. 4, 1992 (H) W (OT)............................. 85-83 Feb. 24, 1993 (A) L.................................. 91-117 EASTERN ILLINOIS Eastern Illinois leads, 2-0 Nov. 25, 1995 (H) L................................... 57-68 Feb. 3, 1996 (A) L...................................... 58-61

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EVANGEL ORU leads, 2-0 Dec. 3, 1966 (A) W.................................... 69-52 Feb. 11, 1967 (H) W.................................. 94-64 EVANSVILLE ORU leads, 11-7 Feb. 4, 1980 (H) W.................................... 82-79 Jan. 17, 1981 (H) W................................... 70-66 Feb. 18, 1981 (A) L.................................... 67-78 Mar. 3, 1981 (A) L..................................... 71-77 Jan. 16, 1982 (H) L.................................... 62-63 Feb. 13, 1982 (A) L.................................... 47-71 Jan. 22,1983 (A) W................................... 74-69 Feb. 19, 1983 (H) W.................................. 77-70 Jan. 9, 1984 (A) W................................... 103-90 Feb. 6, 1984 (H) W.................................... 88-75 Mar. 9, 1984 (N) W................................ 101-91* Jan. 7, 1985 (H) W..................................... 90-75 Feb. 4, 1985 (A) L...................................... 75-79 Mar. 8, 1985 (H) W.................................. 74-69* Jan. 13, 1986 (H) W................................... 76-64 Feb. 10, 1986 (A) W................................... 74-70 Jan. 12, 1987 (A) L.................................... 62-73 Feb. 9, 1987 (H) L...................................... 63-67 *Midwestern Collegiate Tourney

FARLEIGH DICKINSON ORU leads, 1-0 Feb. 12, 1973 (H) W.................................. 94-72 FISK ORU leads, 2-0 Dec. 13, 1969 (H) W.................................. 95-67 Dec. 12, 1970 (A) W.................................. 95-85 FLORIDA A&M ORU leads, 1-0 Nov. 25, 2009 (N) W.................................. 72-51 FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL ORU leads, 1-0 Dec. 22, 2001 (N) W................................ 66-55* Nov. 22, 2011 (H) W............................... 73-65^ *San Juan Shootout ^Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Tip-Off (Tulsa, Okla.)

FLORIDA STATE Florida State leads, 2-0 Mar. 1, 1977 (A) L..................................... 87-91 Feb. 27, 1978 (H) L(OT) ............................ 76-80 FORT HAYS STATE ORU leads, 2-0 Dec. 6, 1989 (A) W.................................... 95-83 Jan. 20, 1990 (H) W................................... 96-80

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*Mid-Con Tournament

COPPIN STATE ORU leads, 1-0 Dec. 11, 1986 (H) W.................................. 74-58

EASTERN NEW MEXICO ORU leads, 2-1 Feb. 24, 1970 (A) L.................................... 78-97 Jan. 9, 1971 (A) W..................................... 64-61 Jan. 22,1971 (H) W................................. 116-69

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CHICAGO STATE ORU leads, 18-2 Jan. 24, 1998 (H) W................................. 108-60 Feb. 19, 1998 (A) W................................. 105-75 Jan. 4, 1999 (H) W..................................... 78-62 Jan. 28, 1999 (A) W................................... 76-60 Jan. 8, 2000 (A) L...................................... 75-72 Feb. 3, 2000 (H) W.................................... 73-72 Jan. 11, 2001 (A) W................................... 83-82 Feb. 17, 2001 (H) W.................................. 83-69 Jan. 26, 2002 (H) W................................... 91-62 Feb. 21, 2002 (A) W................................... 94-64 Jan. 11, 2003 (A) W................................... 77-66 Feb. 6, 2003 (H) W.................................... 78-48 Jan. 17, 2004 (A) L.................................... 66-74 Feb. 19, 2004 (H) W.................................. 75-61 Jan. 22, 2005 (A) W................................... 79-76 Feb. 12, 2005 (H) W.................................. 65-49 Jan. 2, 2006 (A) W..................................... 74-65 Feb. 4, 2006 (H) W.................................... 69-58 Mar. 7, 2006 (N) W.................................. 85-72* Jan. 18, 2007 (H) W................................... 59-53

CONNECTICUT ORU leads, 2-0 Dec. 29, 1971 (H) W................................ 106-88 Dec. 12, 1981 (N) W................................ 69-67*

DETROIT ORU leads, 8-7 Feb. 21, 1980 (A) L.................................. 85-100 Jan. 10, 1981 (H) W................................... 69-59 Jan. 11, 1982 (A) L.................................... 72-91 Feb. 8, 1982 (H) W.................................... 81-64 Jan. 17, 1983 (H) W................................... 72-62 Feb. 14, 1983 (A) L .................................. 57-59 Mar. 9, 1983 (N) L................................... 77-78* Jan. 28, 1984 (A) W................................... 80-76 Feb. 25, 1984 (H) W................................ 104-75 Jan. 26, 1985 (H) L.................................... 65-69 Feb. 23, 1985 (A) W................................... 80-70 Feb. 1, 1986 (H) L...................................... 57-62 Feb. 15, 1986 (A) W................................... 68-57 Jan. 31, 1987 (A) L.................................... 64-67 Feb. 14, 1987 (H) W.................................. 62-52

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CENTRAL OKLAHOMA (Formerly Central State) ORU leads, 2-0 Nov. 29, 1969 (H) W...........................79-77 (OT) Dec. 9, 1969 (A) W.................................... 83-66

EASTERN KENTUCKY ORU leads, 2-0 Jan. 10, 1972 (A) W ................................ 102-96 Dec. 17, 1973 (H) W.................................. 80-70

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*-Summit League/Mid-Con Tournament

CLEVELAND STATE ORU leads, 1-0 Dec. 19, 1981 (H) W.................................. 78-75

DePAUL DePaul leads, 2-0 Jan. 4, 1978 (A) L...................................... 57-63 Feb. 3, 1979 (H) L...................................... 72-75

Coaching Staff

CLEMSON Clemson leads, 1-0 Dec. 2, 1991 (A) L...................................... 76-96

Introduction

CENTENARY (La.) ORU leads, 17-1 Jan. 15, 2004 (H) W................................... 85-71 Feb. 26, 2004 (A) L.................................... 68-71 Jan. 15, 2005 (H) W................................... 88-65 Feb. 3, 2005 (A) W..................................... 91-67 Jan. 26, 2006 (H) W................................... 74-53 Feb. 23, 2006 (A) W................................... 83-57 Jan. 20, 2007 (A) W................................... 89-66 Feb. 15, 2007 (H) W.................................. 85-80 Mar. 4, 2007 (N) W.................................. 79-59* Jan. 5, 2008 (A) W..............................71-62 (OT) Feb. 2, 2008 (H) W.................................... 73-62 Mar. 8, 2008 (N) W.................................. 84-56* Jan. 2, 2009 (H) W..................................... 82-59 Jan. 31, 2009 (A) W................................... 84-71 Jan. 23, 2010 (A) W................................... 87-56 Feb. 16, 2010 (H) W.................................. 76-56 Jan. 22, 2011 (H) W................................... 78-65 Feb. 15, 2011 (A) W................................... 81-61


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Series Results FRESNO STATE Series tied, 1-1 Dec. 7, 1968 (A) L...................................... 75-96 Feb. 12, 1972 (H) W................................ 120-76

HAWAII Hawaii leads, 2-0 Jan. 3, 1982 (A) L...................................... 78-80 Dec. 22, 2004 (A) L.................................. 54-55*

Feb. 24, 1979 (H) W.................................. 89-78 Feb. 23, 1980 (A) L.................................... 65-66 Jan. 24, 1981 (H) W................................... 80-75 Dec. 11, 1982 (A) L.................................... 40-54

*Rainbow Classic

FRIENDS UNIVERSITY ORU leads, 2-0 Feb. 26, 1990 (H) W................................ 116-73 Jan. 7, 1991 (H) W................................... 111-83 GEORGETOWN ORU leads, 3-2 Jan. 31, 1979 (A) W................................... 75-74 Jan. 12, 1980 (H) W................................... 76-65 Dec. 14, 1988 (A) L.................................... 75-91 Dec. 20, 2004 (N) W................................ 81-63* Dec. 9, 2006 (A) L...................................... 58-73 *Rainbow Classic

GEORGETOWN (Ky.) Georgetown leads, 1-0 Mar. 16, 1990 (N) L.................................78-80 * *NAIA National Tournament

GEORGIA Georgia leads, 1-0 Dec. 13, 1980 (H) L.................................. 65-81* *Oil Capital Classic

GEORGIA SOUTHERN Series tied, 1-1 Dec. 21, 1970 (H) W.................................. 89-83 Jan. 16, 1971 (A) L.................................... 76-80 GONZAGA Gonzaga leads, 1-0 Dec. 14, 2011 (A) L.................................... 67-61 GRAND CANYON ORU leads, 2-0 Jan. 30, 1990 (A) W................................... 97-93 Jan. 10, 1991 (H) W................................... 88-79 HAMPTON ORU leads, 2-0 Feb. 17, 1996 (A) W................................... 72-68 Mar. 4, 1996 (H) W.................................... 96-54 HARDIN-SIMMONS ORU leads, 3-1 Dec. 10, 1973 (H) W................................ 120-91 Feb. 11, 1978 (H) W.................................. 88-64 Jan. 6, 1979 (H) W................................... 107-70 Jan. 21, 1988 (H) L.................................. 95-104 HARDING ORU leads, 1-0 Nov. 24, 1966 (A) W.................................. 80-75 HARRIS TEACHERS ORU leads, 1-0 Jan. 6, 1967 (N) W.................................. 91-84* *John Brown Classic

HARVARD ORU leads, 2-0 Feb. 28, 1972 (A) W................................. 100-99 Dec. 27, 1974 (H) W...........................91-84 (OT)

HENDRIX Series tied, 1-1 Nov. 25, 1966 (A) L.................................... 65-66 Nov. 20, 1989 (N) W............................ 134-114* *Central Arkansas Classic

HIRAM SCOTT ORU leads, 3-1 Feb. 6, 1969 (H) W.................................... 96-94 Feb. 24, 1969 (A) L.................................... 84-92 Jan. 8, 1970 (A) W................................... 105-84 Feb. 9, 1970 (H) W.................................. 104-83 HOFSTRA ORU leads, 3-0 Dec. 9, 1971 (N) W.................................. 83-74* Dec. 20, 1972 (N) W.............................. 74-68 + Dec. 10, 1974 (H) W.................................. 89-72 *Madison Square Garden +Nassau Classic

HOUSTON ORU leads, 1-0 Dec. 28, 1973 (N) W............................ 118-108* *-All-College Tournament

HOWARD Howard leads, 1-0 Dec. 29, 2002 (N) L................................. 62-72* *-State Farm Classic

HUSTON-TILLOTSON ORU leads, 2-0 Feb. 1, 1995 (H) W.................................. 111-86 Feb. 21, 1996 (H) W................................ 102-66 IDAHO Series tied, 1-1 Feb. 23, 1971 (A) W................................... 94-80 Nov. 19, 1999 (N) L............................71-70 (OT) IDAHO STATE ORU leads, 3-0 Jan. 20, 1972 (A) W................................... 86-85 Dec. 6, 1972 (H) W.................................... 95-82 Dec. 13, 1974 (N) W.................................. 59-55 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO Series tied, 1-1 Dec. 28, 1996 (H) W.................................. 75-52 Feb. 24, 1997 (A) L.................................... 78-87 ILLINOIS STATE ORU leads, 7-5 Dec. 1, 1971 (A) W................................... 95-93 Feb. 14, 1973 (H) W................................ 111-96 Jan. 9, 1974 (H) W..................................... 94-91 Jan. 6, 1975 (A) L.................................... 98-107 Jan. 10, 1976 (A) L.................................... 70-75 Jan. 31, 1976 (H) W................................... 89-75 Jan. 15, 1977 (H) W................................... 84-75 Feb. 6, 1978 (A) L...................................... 71-84

ILLINOIS WESLEYAN ORU leads, 1-0 Dec. 27, 1970 (N) W................................ 87-69* *Quincy International

INDIANA Indiana leads, 2-0 Dec. 15, 1980 (A) L.................................... 56-65 Dec. 31, 2004 (A) L.................................... 68-69 INDIANA STATE Indiana State leads, 4-3 Jan. 4, 1975 (A) W..................................... 88-77 Feb. 15, 1975 (H) W.................................. 91-69 Dec. 5, 1992 (A) L...................................... 67-71 Dec. 18, 1993 (H) W.................................. 83-73 Dec. 6, 1994 (A) L...................................... 64-70 Dec. 13, 2009 (A) L.................................... 54-60 Nov. 20, 2010 (H) L................................... 69-74 IOWA Iowa leads, 1-0 Dec. 30,1987 (N) L................................ 94-126* *All-College Classic, Oklahoma City

IPFW ORU leads, 8-3 Jan. 10, 2008 (A) W................................... 68-56 Feb. 9, 2008 (H) W.................................... 88-56 Mar. 10, 2008 (N) W................................ 58-42* Jan. 8, 2009 (H) W..................................... 73-46 Feb. 7, 2009 (A) L...................................... 65-74 Jan. 9, 2010 (H) W..................................... 68-55 Feb. 4, 2010 (A) W..............................71-68 (OT) Dec. 28, 2010 (H) L.................................... 73-76 Jan. 29, 2011 (A) L.................................... 77-80 Jan. 19, 2012 (H) W................................... 65-54 Feb. 15, 2012 (A) W................................... 75-71 Mar. 3, 2012 (N) W.................................. 71-67* *Summit League Tournament

IUPUI ORU leads, 22-12 Dec. 5, 1998 (A) W.................................... 78-68 Feb. 4, 1999 (H) W.................................... 78-71 Feb. 10, 2000 (A) L.............................72-74 (OT) Feb. 21, 2000 (H) L.............................56-59 (OT) Jan. 18, 2001 (H) L.................................... 72-78 Feb. 3, 2001 (A) L...................................... 69-88 Jan. 10, 2002 (H) W................................... 85-76 Feb. 9, 2002 (A) W..................................... 88-71 Mar. 4, 2002 (N) L................................... 53-58* Jan. 16, 2003 (H) W................................... 66-63 Feb. 15, 2003 (A) L.................................... 65-76 Jan. 24, 2004 (A) L.......................105-108 (3OT) Feb. 5, 2004 (H) L...........................96-104 (2OT) Jan. 27, 2005 (H) W................................... 86-72 Feb. 28, 2005 (A) W................................... 79-72 Mar. 7, 2005 (N) W.................................. 80-69* Jan. 14, 2006 (H) W................................... 86-76 Feb. 11, 2006 (A) L.................................... 75-80 Jan. 27, 2007 (H) W................................... 77-66 Feb. 22, 2007 (A) W................................... 83-73

Mar. 5, 2007 (N) W.................................. 75-54* Jan. 17, 2008 (H) W................................... 64-63 Feb. 16, 2008 (A) L.................................... 66-69 Mar. 11, 2008 (N) W................................ 71-64* Jan. 15, 2009 (A) W................................... 67-58 Feb. 14, 2009 (H) W.................................. 71-60 Jan. 14, 2010 (A) L.............................87-90 (OT) Feb. 13, 2010 (H) W.................................. 61-60 Mar. 8, 2010 (N) L................................... 65-69* Dec. 4, 2010 (A) W.................................... 63-61 Feb. 24, 2011 (H) W.................................. 92-74 Mar. 7, 2011 (N) W.................................. 83-77* Jan. 14, 2012 (A) W................................... 81-71 Feb. 9, 2012 (H) W.............................76-74 (OT) *Summit League/Mid-Con Conference Tournament

JACKSON STATE ORU leads, 1-0 Jan. 28, 1971 (H) W............................... 124-117 JACKSONVILLE Jacksonville leads, 3-2 Dec. 19,1972 (N) L.................................. 89-92* Dec. 15, 1973 (A) L.................................... 86-91 Jan. 18, 1975 (H) W................................... 73-67 Dec. 3, 1988 (A) L...................................... 89-92 Dec. 20, 2001 (N) W............................... 73-64^ *Nassau Classic ^San Juan Shootout

JARVIS CHRISTIAN ORU leads, 1-0 Nov. 15, 1997 (H) W................................ 124-49 JOHN BROWN ORU leads, 3-0 Feb. 14, 1967 (H) W.................................. 84-81 Jan. 23, 1996 (H) W................................. 105-56 Nov. 17, 2008 (H) W.................................. 82-58 KANSAS Kansas leads, 8-3 Mar. 16, 1974 (H) L .........................90-93* (OT) Jan. 8, 1976 (H) W..................................... 73-70 Dec. 6, 1976 (A) L...................................... 69-79 Dec. 20, 1977 (H) L.................................... 73-91 Dec. 7, 1978 (A) L ..................................... 77-90 Dec. 3, 1979 (H) L..................................... 75-72 Dec. 6, 1980 (A) L...................................... 66-90 Jan. 6, 1983 (H) W..............................73-71 (OT) Dec. 19, 1983 (A) L.................................... 64-65 Jan. 14, 1993 (A) L.................................. 72-140 Nov. 15, 2006 (A) W.................................. 78-71 *NCAA Tournament Game (NCAA Midwest Regional)

KANSAS STATE Series is tied, 2-2 Dec. 8, 1977 (A) L...................................... 64-75 Nov. 29, 1978 (H) W.................................. 61-55 Nov. 29, 1983 (A) L.................................... 74-82 Jan. 3, 1985 (H) W..................................... 86-71 KANSAS WESLEYAN ORU leads, 1-0 Dec. 16, 1989 (H) W................................ 134-68 KING’S COLLEGE ORU leads, 2-0 Jan. 28, 1967 (H) W................................... 90-71 Mar. 14, 1990 (N) W................................93-79 * *NAIA National Tournament

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LIBERTY ORU leads, 1-0 Dec. 30, 2006 (N) W................................ 90-58* *BYU Holiday Classic

LINCOLN (Mo.) ORU leads, 4-1 Feb. 10, 1969 (A) L.............................93-95 (OT) Feb. 17, 1969 (H) W................................ 106-74 Feb. 14, 1970 (A) W................................. 102-77 Feb. 28, 1970 (H) W.................................. 92-86 Jan. 7, 1971 (H) W................................... 114-87

LIPSCOMB Lipscomb leads, 1-0 Nov. 13, 1989 (A) L................................ 130-138

LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Formerly Southwest Louisiana) ULL leads, 4-2 Dec. 2, 1970 (A) L.................................. 115-124 Feb. 24, 1973 (H) L.................................. 89-104 Dec. 15, 2005 (A) L.................................... 74-95

*NCAA Tournament

MARSHALL ORU leads, 3-2 Jan. 3, 1973 (A) W..................................... 81-76 Feb. 10, 1973 (H) L................................ 103-106 Dec. 14, 1974 (A) L.................................... 73-82 Dec. 16, 1991 (A) W.................................. 82-62 Dec. 20, 1993 (H) W.................................. 85-69

*National Invitation Tournament

MINNESOTA Minnesota leads, 3-0 Jan. 1, 2003 (A) L...................................... 80-85 Dec. 12, 2003 (A) L.................................. 80-100 Dec. 31, 2005 (A) L.................................... 54-67

UMBC ORU leads, 1-0 Dec. 30, 2002 (N) W................................ 68-48*

MINNESOTA-DULUTH ORU leads, 1-0 Mar. 1, 1975 (H) W.................................. 103-71

MARYLAND Maryland leads, 1-0 Mar. 15, 2005 (A) L................................. 72-85*

LOYOLA (Chicago) Loyola leads, 14-10 Jan. 17, 1974 (A) W................................. 105-90 Jan. 26, 1980 (A) L.................................. 74-103 Mar. 2, 1980 (N) W................................103-93 * Jan. 21, 1981 (A) L...........................93-102 (OT) Feb. 7, 1981 (H) W.................................... 80-68 Jan. 9, 1982 (A) L...................................... 77-83 Feb. 6, 1982 (H) W.................................... 79-76 Jan. 15, 1983 (H) L.................................... 67-83 Feb. 12, 1983 (A) L.................................... 76-90 Jan. 30, 1984 (A) W................................... 87-82 Feb. 27, 1984 (H) L.................................... 76-82 Jan. 28, 1985 (H) L.................................... 92-97 Feb. 25, 1985 (A) L.................................... 77-86 Mar. 9, 1985 (H) L................................... 83-89* Feb. 3, 1986 (H) W.................................... 69-64 Feb. 17, 1986 (A) L.................................... 76-86 Feb. 27, 1986 (N) L..................................70-76 * Feb. 2, 1987 (A) L...................................... 70-73 Feb. 16, 1987 (H) L.................................... 82-83 Dec. 2, 1987 (A) L.................................... 93-108 Feb. 6, 1988 (H) W.................................... 82-75 Feb. 4, 1989 (A) W............................101-96 (OT) Dec. 15, 2003 (A) W.................................. 80-78 Dec. 1, 2004 (H) W.................................... 48-44

*State Farm Classic (Charleston, S.C.)

*Midwestern Collegiate Tourney, Tulsa, Okla.

*National Invitation Tournament #NCAA Tournament

LOYOLA MARYMOUNT ORU leads, 4-2 Dec. 30, 1971 (H) W................................ 103-86 Jan. 27, 1973 (H) W............................... 121-100 Jan. 5, 1976 (H) W..................................... 90-65 Jan. 7, 1993 (A) L...................................... 76-88 Jan. 10, 1994 (H) W................................... 83-69 Nov. 10, 2006 (A) L.................................... 65-68

UMES ORU leads, 1-0 Feb. 13, 1988 (H) W................................ 103-82 McKENDREE ORU leads, 1-0 Jan. 7, 1967 (N) W................................ 102-84* *John Brown Classic

McNEESE STATE ORU leads, 2-1 Feb. 16, 1974 (H) W................................ 103-96 Jan. 24, 1975 (H) W................................... 82-80 Jan. 22, 1977 (A) L.................................... 62-68 MEMPHIS Memphis leads, 5-2 Mar. 18, 1972 (N) W................................ 94-74* Mar. 16, 1975 (N) W................................ 97-95* Mar. 15, 1984 (A) L................................. 83-92# Jan. 14, 1987 (H) L.................................... 58-59 Feb. 27, 1988 (A) L.................................. 71-115 Dec. 23, 1988 (A) L.................................... 62-70 Mar. 17, 2006 (N) L................................. 78-94#

MIAMI (Fla.) Miami leads, 2-1 Nov. 28, 1988 (A) L................................ 103-108 Feb. 25, 1989 (H) W.................................. 99-92 Dec. 21, 2010 (N) L................................. 56-69* *Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic

MINNESOTA STATE-MOORHEAD ORU leads, 1-0 Jan. 15, 1972 (H) W................................. 116-77 MISSISSIPPI Mississippi leads, 4-0 Jan. 6, 1992 (A) L...................................... 73-86 Feb. 13, 1993 (A) L.................................... 79-95 Jan. 17, 1994 (H) L.................................... 68-88 Feb. 11, 1995 (A) L.................................... 53-89 MISSISSIPPI STATE Mississippi State leads, 1-0 Dec. 28, 1978 (N) L................................. 69-91* *Louisville Holiday Classic

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY State Mississippi Valley State leads, 5-3 Nov. 23, 1991 (A) L.................................. 97-105 Jan. 28, 1992 (H) L.................................... 92-96 Feb. 1, 1993 (A) L...................................... 86-90 Mar. 1, 1993 (H) L..................................... 86-95 Nov. 27, 1993 (H) W.................................. 92-72 Jan. 19, 1994 (A) L.................................... 78-89 Dec. 7, 2002 (A) W.................................... 85-75 Dec. 21, 2002 (H) W.................................. 96-63 MISSOURI Missouri leads, 6-1 Dec. 17, 1979 (A) L.................................... 73-84 Jan. 3, 1981 (H) L...................................... 74-83 Dec. 29, 1986 (N) L................................. 57-84* Dec. 10, 1997 (A) L.................................... 67-85 Nov. 20, 2008 (A) L.................................... 83-92 Dec. 9, 2009 (H) W.................................... 60-59 Dec. 16, 2010 (A) L.................................... 62-81 *BMA Holiday Classic

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LONG BEACH STATE Long Beach State leads, 2-1 Dec. 6, 1968 (A) L...................................... 67-84 Feb. 2, 1974 (A) L...................................... 89-98 Jan. 9, 1975 (H) W..................................... 91-86

LOUISVILLE Louisville leads, 2-1 Mar. 14, 1974 (H) W................................96-93 * Jan. 2, 1993 (A) L.................................... 76-122 Dec. 16, 2009 (A) L.................................... 57-94

*Great Alaska Shootout

MIDWESTERN STATE (Texas) ORU leads, 7-2 Nov. 28, 1966 (A) L.................................... 85-88 Jan. 3, 1968 (H) W................................... 100-83 Jan. 31, 1968 (A) W................................. 102-93 Jan. 2, 1969 (A) L...................................... 79-94 Feb. 1, 1969 (H) W.................................... 99-92 Jan. 9, 1990 (H) W................................... 105-80 Feb. 5, 1990 (A) W..................................... 92-88 Nov. 10, 1990 (H) W................................ 121-90 Feb. 14, 1991 (A) W................................... 82-69

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LINDENWOOD ORU leads, 1-0 Feb. 13, 1995 (H) W................................ 109-43

LOUISIANA TECH Louisiana Tech leads, 3-1 Dec. 7, 1970 (A) L...................................... 95-96 Jan. 28, 1972 (H) W............................... 109-104 Dec. 8, 1988 (H) L..................................... 87-94 Jan. 9, 1989 (A) L...................................... 82-92

MARQUETTE Marquette leads, 2-1 Jan. 23, 1979 (A) L.................................... 60-75 Feb. 2, 1980 (H) W .........................102-101 (OT) Nov. 25, 2005 (N) L................................. 70-73*

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LeTOURNEAU ORU leads, 2-0 Nov. 19, 1966 (H) W................................ 105-82 Dec. 15, 1966 (A) W.................................. 76-75

LOUISIANA STATE LSU leads, 5-1 Dec. 3, 1977 (H) L..................................... 60-68 Dec. 1, 1978 (A) L...................................... 75-91 Dec. 1, 1984 (H) L..................................... 71-74 Dec. 30, 1985 (A) L.................................... 64-82 Nov. 30,1988 (A) W................................. 100-96 Dec. 21, 1996 (A) L.................................... 58-59

MAINE ORU leads, 1-0 Dec. 22, 1971 (H) W................................ 110-66

MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE Middle Tennessee leads, 6-3 Dec. 2, 1968 (H) L................................... 98-115 Nov. 28, 1977 (H) W.................................. 58-55 Feb. 25, 1981 (A) L.................................... 79-85 Jan. 27, 1982 (H) W................................... 83-73 Jan. 2, 1992 (A) L.................................... 78-100 Dec. 21, 1992 (H) W.................................. 78-75 Feb. 6, 1993 (A) L...................................... 76-93 Dec. 1, 1993 (A) L...................................... 77-94 Nov. 27, 1995 (H) L................................... 74-91

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LeMOYNE-OWEN ORU leads, 3-0 Feb. 3, 1967 (A) W..................................... 75-67 Nov. 18, 1989 (H) W................................ 114-89 Jan. 8, 1991 (H) W................................. 143-101

LOUISIANA-MONROE ORU leads, 2-0 Nov. 25, 1996 (H) W.................................. 84-55 Mar. 1, 1997 (A) W.................................... 69-63

MacMURRY (Ill.) ORU leads, 2-0 Dec. 29, 1969 (H) W................................ 117-74 Jan.19, 1976 (H) W................................. 107-72

Coaching Staff

LANGSTON ORU leads, 4-0 Jan. 5, 1968 (A) W................................... 105-91 Feb. 7, 1968 (H) W.................................... 98-66 Nov. 16, 1989 (H) W................................ 105-88 Feb. 22, 1990 (A) W............................... 132-120

Nov. 21, 2006 (H) W.................................. 54-51 Nov. 20, 2007 (H) W.................................. 62-53 Nov. 25, 2008 (A) L.............................75-79 (OT)

Introduction

LAMAR ORU leads, 10-4 Jan. 26, 1970 (A) L................................ 106-120 Feb. 2, 1971 (A) W..................................... 91-82 Jan. 25, 1972 (A) W................................. 109-95 Jan. 29, 1973 (H) W................................. 106-83 Jan. 21, 1974 (H) W................................. 109-75 Feb. 7, 1976 (H) W.................................. 107-92 Jan. 16, 1978 (H) W................................... 74-66 Jan. 18, 1979 (H) W................................... 80-71 Jan. 18, 1988 (H) L.................................... 60-64 Feb. 15, 1988 (A) L.................................... 70-84 Jan. 12, 1989 (H) L.................................... 67-68 Jan. 31, 1989 (A) W............................... 114-109 Dec. 4, 2006 (H) W.................................... 88-63 Nov. 24, 2007 (A) W.................................. 65-57


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Series Results MISSOURI SOUTHERN ORU leads, 2-0 Jan. 7, 1982 (H) W................................... 120-83 Dec. 4, 1989 (H) W.................................... 77-69

NEBRASKA-OMAHA ORU leads, 2-0 Jan. 15, 1974 (H) W................................. 111-79 Feb. 17, 1976 (H) W.................................. 80-57

MISSOURI STATE (Formerly SW Missouri State) Series tied, 4-4 Feb. 12, 1981 (H) W................................ 100-89 Jan. 8, 1983 (H) L...................................... 59-62 Feb. 16, 1984 (H) W.................................. 68-63 Jan. 23, 1989 (A) L.................................... 77-81 Feb. 19, 2005 (A) W................................... 86-76 Dec. 7, 2005 (H) L..................................... 76-88 Nov. 12, 2010 (A) L.................................... 61-78 Nov. 30, 2011 (H) W.................................. 68-63

NEBRASKA WESLYAN ORU leads, 2-0 Feb. 26, 1968 (H) W................................ 109-72 Feb. 26, 1969 (A) W................................... 96-82

MONMOUTH ORU leads, 1-0 Nov. 26, 2005 (N) W................................ 62-54* *Great Alaska Shootout

MONTANA ORU leads, 4-1 Jan. 25, 1971 (A) W................................. 111-79 Dec. 7, 1996 (A) W.................................... 78-69 Feb. 15, 1997 (H) W.................................. 96-67 Nov. 18, 1997 (A) W.................................. 80-68 Feb. 18, 2006 (A) L.................................... 74-88 Dec. 19, 2006 (H) W.................................. 69-58 MONTANA STATE ORU leads, 1-0 Dec. 29, 1972 (H) W................................ 116-68 MONTEVALLO ORU leads, 1-0 Jan. 15, 1997 (H) W................................... 91-54 MOREHEAD STATE (Ky.) ORU leads, 2-0 Dec. 6, 1971 (A) W.........................105-103 (OT) Jan. 6, 1973 (H) W................................... 103-86 MORRIS HARVEY (Now Charleston, W. Va.) Morris Harvey leads, 1-0 Dec. 12, 1968 (N) L................................. 68-77* *Western Carolina Holiday

MURRAY STATE ORU leads, 5-3 Jan. 13, 1971 (A) L.................................... 89-90 Dec. 18, 1971 (A) L.................................... 87-94 Dec. 9, 1972 (H) W.................................... 79-78 Dec. 22, 1973 (H) W.................................. 86-83 Feb. 3, 1975 (A) W..................................... 90-79 Dec. 8, 1975 (H) W.................................... 90-58 Feb. 9, 1977 (A) W..................................... 80-66 Dec. 21, 2008 (N) L................................. 76-78*

NEVADA Nevada leads, 1-0 Mar. 14, 2012 (H) L................................. 59-68* *National Invitation Tournament

New Mexico Series tied, 1-1 Dec. 17, 2008 (A) L.................................... 63-66 Dec. 23, 2009 (H) W.................................. 75-66

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NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS ORU leads, 3-1 Dec. 14, 1996 (A) L.................................... 72-76 Feb. 1, 1997 (H) W.................................... 95-71 Jan. 22, 1998 (H) W................................... 95-86 Feb. 21, 1998 (A) (W)............................. 106-81 NORTHEASTERN STATE (Okla.) ORU leads, 2-1 Nov. 23, 1967 (N) L................................. 76-79* Nov. 24, 1969 (A) W...........................77-71 (OT) Jan. 22, 1970 (H) W................................... 82-81 *John Brown Classic

NEW ORLEANS UNO leads, 2-0 Feb. 20,1988 (A) L.................................... 57-83 Feb. 13, 1989 (H) L.................................... 66-75

NORTHERN ARIZONA ORU leads, 4-0 Jan. 6, 1995 (H) W..................................... 75-58 Dec. 19, 1995 (A) W...........................70-66 (OT) Dec. 1, 2003 (H) W.................................... 83-70 Nov. 24, 2004 (A) W.................................. 70-69

NICHOLLS STATE ORU leads, 2-0 Nov. 30, 1968 (H) W.................................. 96-72 Jan. 23, 1988 (H) W................................... 72-60

Northern Colorado ORU leads, 2-0 Dec. 14, 2004 (H) W.................................. 78-57 Dec. 11, 2005 (A) W.................................. 79-66

NORTH CAROLINA North Carolina leads, 4-0 Mar. 17, 1973 (N) L................................. 65-82* Dec. 27, 1976 (N) L............................... 84-100# Dec. 8, 1984 (A) L...................................... 65-87 Dec. 13, 2008 (A) L.................................. 84-100

NORTHERN ILLINOIS Northern Illinois leads, 1-0 Feb. 3, 1973 (A) L...................................... 86-95

*National Invitation Tournament #Far West Classic

NORTH CAROLINA A&T ORU leads, 1-0 Feb. 19, 1977 (H) W................................ 110-64 NORTH DAKOTA STATE ORU leads, 9-5 Jan. 22, 1968 (A) L.................................... 79-86 Jan. 14, 1980 (H) W............................... 109-102 Dec. 6, 2007 (H) W.................................... 69-57 Mar. 1, 2008 (A) L..................................... 55-68 Dec. 4, 2008 (A) L...................................... 75-83 Feb. 28, 2009 (H) L.................................... 72-75 Jan. 2, 2010 (A) W..................................... 65-59 Jan. 28, 2010 (H) W................................... 71-57 Mar. 7, 2010 (N) W...........................65-64 (OT)* Jan. 6, 2011 (A) L...................................... 74-80 Feb. 5, 2011 (H) W.................................... 81-73 Mar. 5, 2011 (N) W.................................. 72-65* Jan. 5, 2012 (H) W..................................... 89-80 Feb. 4, 2012 (A) W..................................... 85-76 *Summit League Tournament

*-San Juan Shootout

NEBRASKA Nebraska leads, 2-1 Dec. 22, 1999 (A) L.................................... 80-65 Nov. 18, 2000 (H) W.................................. 87-83 Dec. 8, 2001 (A) L...................................... 55-61

Feb. 26, 1983 (A) L.................................... 79-99 Nov. 28, 1987 (H) L................................... 80-88 Feb. 20, 1989 (A) W........................117-116 (OT)

NORTH TEXAS Series is tied, 4-4 Feb. 12, 1977 (H) W................................ 113-90 Jan. 14, 1978 (H) W................................... 80-73 Feb. 18, 1978 (A) L.................................... 59-61 Jan. 20,1979 (A) L..................................... 58-82 Feb. 20, 1982 (H) W................................ 109-97

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NORTHERN IOWA Series is tied, 1-1 Dec. 2, 1996 (A) L...................................... 55-61 Jan. 4, 1997 (H) W..................................... 74-72 NORTHWESTERN STATE (La.) Northwestern State leads, 3-0 Jan. 4, 1988 (H) L...................................... 76-82 Dec. 5, 2000 (A) L.................................... 59-71# Dec. 18, 2000 (H) L.................................... 78-85 #at Bossier City, La.

NW OKLAHOMA STATE ORU leads, 3-0 Nov. 11, 1989 (H) W.................................. 84-41 Jan. 30, 1991 (A) W............................89-86 (OT) Nov. 16, 2009 (H) W.................................. 86-50 NOTRE DAME Notre Dame leads, 1-0 Mar. 12, 1997 (A) L................................. 58-74*

Feb. 13, 2003 (A) L.................................... 78-57 Jan. 22, 2004 (A) W................................... 70-68 Feb. 21, 2004 (H) W.................................. 84-75 Jan. 20, 2005 (H) W................................... 94-89 Feb. 16, 2005 (A) W................................... 72-61 Mar. 8, 2005 (N) L................................... 60-61* Jan. 19, 2006 (H) W................................... 74-63 Feb. 9, 2006 (A) W..................................... 90-53 Jan. 25, 2007 (H) W................................... 73-63 Feb. 24, 2007 (A) L.............................84-85 (OT) Mar. 6, 2007 (N) W.................................. 71-67* Jan. 12, 2008 (A) W................................... 66-60 Feb. 7, 2008 (H) W.................................... 60-53 Jan. 10, 2009 (H) W............................68-65 (OT) Feb. 5, 2009 (A) L...................................... 69-81 Jan. 7, 2010 (H) L...................................... 64-67 Feb. 6, 2010 (A) L...................................... 77-79 Dec. 30, 2010 (H) L.................................... 77-85 Jan. 27, 2011 (A) L.................................... 85-88 Mar. 8, 2011 (N) L................................... 76-90* Jan. 3, 2012 (A) W..................................... 89-80 Jan. 21, 2012 (H) W................................... 93-86 *Summit League/Mid-Con Conference Tournament

OGLETHORPE ORU leads, 1-0 Feb. 5, 1972 (A) W................................... 126-93 OKLAHOMA OU leads, 12-2 Jan. 3, 1976 (A) W..................................... 64-58 Jan. 5, 1977 (H) W..................................... 68-50 Mar. 9, 1982 (H) L .................................. 73-81* Dec. 29, 1987 (N) L............................... 93-144# Dec. 10, 1988 (A) L................................ 122-152 Jan. 23, 1992 (A) L.................................. 130-89 Jan. 18, 1995 (A) L.................................... 53-87 Dec. 21, 1995 (H) L.................................... 53-87 Dec. 30, 1998 (N) L................................. 69-85# Dec. 29, 2000 (N) L................................. 51-84# Nov. 22, 2003 (A) L................................. 68-84^ Dec. 28, 2005 (A) L.................................... 73-81 Dec. 11, 2010 (A) L.................................... 60-73 Dec. 8, 2011 (A) L...................................... 59-73 ^Sooner Invitational *National Invitation Tournament #All-College Tournament

OKLAHOMA BAPTIST ORU leads, 5-0 Dec. 1, 1969 (A) W.................................... 87-77 Nov. 30, 1970 (H) W.................................. 96-70 Jan. 17, 1991 (H) W................................... 90-78 Nov. 24, 1984 (H) W.................................. 91-77 Nov. 23, 1985 (H) W.................................. 78-66

*National Invitation Tournament

OAKLAND ORU leads, 18-13 Jan. 14, 1999 (A) W............................94-89 (OT) Feb. 20, 1999 (H) W.................................. 80-68 Jan. 20, 2000 (H) L.................................... 93-78 Feb. 26, 2000 (A) L.............................86-84 (OT) Jan. 4, 2001 (H) W..................................... 91-77 Feb. 10, 2001 (A) L.................................... 72-78 Jan. 12, 2002 (H) W................................... 93-61 Feb. 7, 2002 (A) L...................................... 76-85 Jan. 18, 2003 (H) W................................... 88-75

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OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN ORU leads, 7-6 Jan. 21, 1967 (H) L.................................... 84-93 Feb. 18, 1967 (A) L.................................... 76-80 Nov. 25, 1967 (N) L................................. 78-86* Jan. 13, 1968 (H) W................................. 116-95 Feb. 23, 1968 (A) L.................................... 78-89 Jan. 25, 1969 (H) W................................... 85-80 Feb. 13, 1969 (A) L.................................. 72-104 Jan. 13, 1970 (A) W.................................. 79-56 Jan. 29, 1970 (H) W(OT) ........................... 89-88 Dec. 9, 1989 (N) L................................... 93-98#

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OREGON STATE Series tied, 1-1 Dec. 30, 1976 (N) W................................ 77-68* Dec. 18, 1991 (A) L.................................. 112-87 *Far West Classic

OUACHITA BAPTIST ORU leads, 1-0 Nov. 22, 1966 (H) W................................. 82-67 OZARKS, COLLEGE OF ORU leads, 2-1 Nov. 12, 1966 (H) W.................................. 78-63 Jan. 20, 1967 (A) L.................................... 78-89 Jan. 13, 1990 (H) W................................... 99-84 PACIFIC ORU leads, 1-0 Feb. 19, 2011 (H) W................................ 79-63*

PORTLAND STATE ORU leads, 1-0 Jan. 23, 1980 (H) W................................. 114-88

ST. JOHN’S St. John’s leads, 2-0 Mar. 21, 1972 (N) L................................. 78-94* Nov. 30, 1979 (A) L.................................... 78-90

PRAIRIE VIEW A&M ORU leads, 3-0 Jan. 16, 1992 (A) W................................. 101-90 Jan. 30, 1992 (H) W................................. 108-67 Feb. 11, 1993 (H) W.................................. 84-82

*National Invitation Tournament

PRINCETON ORU leads, 3-1 Dec. 1, 1979 (N) W.................................... 70-62 Nov. 29, 1980 (H) W.................................. 66-61 Nov. 28, 1981 (A) W...........................64-59 (OT) Dec. 13, 1991 (N) L................................. 55-64* *BYU Cougar Classic

QUINCY ORU leads, 2-0 Dec. 28, 1968 (A) W.................................. 90-63 Nov. 28, 1976 (H) W.................................. 81-63

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PANHANDLE STATE ORU leads, 2-0 Dec. 2, 1989 (N) W.................................. 93-58* Nov. 25, 2006 (H) W.................................. 91-41 *Pioneer Classic

PARSONS ORU leads, 2-0 Jan. 26, 1968 (A) W................................... 73-57 Feb. 15, 1968 (H) W................................ 104-70 PENNSLYVANIA Pennslyvania leads, 2-0 Jan. 17, 1976 (H) L.................................... 74-75 Dec. 30, 1986 (N) L................................. 63-71* *BMA Holiday Classic

PEPPERDINE Series tied, 2-2 Jan. 4, 1974 (A) W..................................... 87-74 Feb. 9, 1974 (H) W.................................... 98-71 Jan. 9. 1993 (A) L.................................... 76-116 Jan. 8, 1994 (H) L...................................... 73-76 PERSHING ORU leads, 2-0 Jan. 10, 1970 (A) W................................... 90-79 Feb. 19, 1970 (H) W................................ 100-89 PHILLIPS ORU leads, 3-0 Mar. 2, 1990 (H) W.................................. 102-73 Jan. 12, 1991 (H) W................................... 99-72 Feb. 23, 1991 (A) W............................... 118-115

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RHODE ISLAND ORU leads, 1-0 Feb. 6, 1973 (A) W..................................... 95-93 RICE Rice leads, 2-1 Jan. 22. 1994 (H) L.................................... 68-85 Feb. 22, 1995 (A) L................................... 72-83 Dec. 23, 2010 (N) W................................ 80-78* *Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic

ROCKHURST ORU lead,s 5-0 Feb. 2, 1968 (A) W..................................... 90-80 Feb. 17, 1990 (A) W................................. 110-88 Jan. 22, 1991 (H) W................................... 98-72 Feb. 21, 1991 (A) W................................... 98-77 Nov. 22, 1996 (H) W.................................. 76-59 SACRAMENTO STATE (Formerly Cal. State Sacramento) ORU leads, 2-0 Feb. 6, 1996 (H) W.................................... 78-66 Jan. 26, 1997 (A) W................................... 78-55 SACRED HEART (Kan.) ORU leads, 1-0 Dec. 11, 1969 (H) W.................................. 93-71

ST. LOUIS ORU leads, 13-4 Feb. 9, 1976 (A) W..................................... 72-69 Mar. 1, 1976 (H) W.................................... 79-76 Feb. 16, 1977 (H) W.................................. 71-65 Jan. 29, 1983 (A) W................................... 77-66 Mar. 2, 1983 (H) W.................................... 70-57 Jan. 7, 1984 (A) W..................................... 79-73 Feb. 4, 1984 (H) W.................................... 72-61 Jan. 5, 1985 (H) W..................................... 68-55 Feb. 2, 1985 (A) W..................................... 74-64 Mar. 7, 1985 (H) W..................................56-53 * Jan. 11, 1986 (H) L.................................... 44-64 Feb. 8, 1986 (A) L...................................... 62-76 Jan. 10, 1987 (A) L.................................... 53-75 Feb. 7, 1987 (H) W.................................... 69-63 Feb. 27, 1987 (N) L..................................64-75 * Nov. 25, 1989 (A) W.................................. 87-85 Nov. 27, 2004 (A) W.................................. 55-54 *Midwestern Collegiate Tourney

ST. MARTIN’S COLLEGE ORU leads, 1-0 Nov. 19, 1990 (H) W................................ 113-96 ST. MARY OF THE PLAINS Series tied, 1-1 Dec. 8, 1966 (H) W.................................. 101-87 Feb. 23, 1967 (A) L.................................. 97-110 ST. MARY’S (Calif.) ORU leads, 1-0 Dec. 29, 1972 (H) W................................ 110-96 ST. MARY’S (Texas) ORU leads, 3-0 Dec. 4, 1967 (H) W.................................... 97-77 Feb. 17. 1968 (A) W................................... 65-64 Dec. 7, 1981 (H) W.................................... 80-62 SAMFORD Series tied, 1-1 Dec. 8, 1969 (H) W.................................. 113-89 Feb. 23, 1988 (H) L.................................... 62-71

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SAM HOUSTON STATE Sam Houston leads, 2-1 Nov. 26, 1993 (H) W.................................. 78-66 Nov. 28, 1994 (A) L.................................... 73-77 Nov. 24, 2009 (N) L................................... 65-71

ST. FRANCIS (New York) ORU leads, 1-0 Feb. 1, 1977 (H) W.................................... 90-67

SANTA CLARA ORU leads, 1-0 Dec. 20, 1975 (N) W.................................. 89-68

ST. BONAVENTURE St. Bonventure leads, 1-0 Dec. 22, 1997 (N) L.................................67-70 *

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OKLAHOMA WESLEYAN ORU leads, 5-0 Jan. 27, 1990 (H) W................................. 103-94

*National Invitation Tournament

St. Gregory’s ORU leads, 2-0 Dec. 20, 2003 (H) W.................................. 94-72 Nov. 29, 2005 (H) W.................................. 90-52

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PITTSBURG STATE ORU leads, 1-0 Nov. 26, 1990 (H) W................................ 101-87

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OKLAHOMA STATE Oklahoma State leads, 15-5 Dec. 6, 1975 (A) L...................................... 62-74 Dec. 11, 1976 (H) W.................................. 79-65 Dec. 13, 1977 (A) W.................................. 77-75 Dec. 12, 1978 (H) L.................................... 69-70 Dec. 2, 1980 (A) L...................................... 80-86 Dec. 2, 1981 (H) L..................................... 75-77 Jan. 11, 1983 (A) L.................................. 82-108 Dec. 5, 1983 (H) W.................................... 62-61 Dec. 18, 1984 (A) L.................................... 71-92 Dec. 7, 1985 (H) L..................................... 71-73 Jan. 18, 1989 (A) L.................................. 98-124 Jan. 25, 1992 (A) L.................................... 61-84 Jan. 21, 1993 (H) L.................................... 45-90 Mar. 4, 1993 (A) L................................... 85-114 Nov. 29, 1993 (A) L.................................... 52-94 Jan. 11, 1995 (H) L.................................... 45-84 Jan. 10, 1996 (A) L.................................... 56-73 Jan. 29, 1997 (H) W................................... 71-60 Dec. 2, 1997 (A) L...................................... 66-73 Dec. 20, 2007 (N) W................................ 74-59*

OREGON Oregon leads, 3-0 Mar. 20, 1975 (N) L................................. 59-68* Mar. 9, 1977 (H) L..................................... 89-90 Dec. 20, 1991 (A) L.................................. 73-105

ST. FRANCIS (Pa.) ORU leads, 1-0 Jan. 5, 1972 (H) W................................. 125-104

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