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2012-13 OWENS EXPRESS MEN’s BASKETBALL MEDIA GUIDE


INTRODUCTION

Table of Contents

Owens Community College Directory

Introduction

Affiliations

2 Table of Contents 2 Express Directory 3 2012-13 Roster 4 2012-13 Picture Roster 5 2012-13 Schedule 6 2011-12 Year In Review

The Express men’s basketball team competes at the NJCAA D-II level, and they are a member of the OCCAC and Region XII.

Staff 8 9 10

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Dave Clarke Carl Thomas Keith Raine

Player Profiles Jay Marquette Franklin Lindsey Kelvin Clark Chris Wilson James Kelly Justin Edmonds Darius Washington Andy Bachman Javon Rice Markese Allen Joe Retic II Tony Boykins Reneillio Morrison

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Record Book 24-48

Social Media

Men’s Basketball Record Book

Social Media

Express Fund 50 51

Owens Express Fund Donation Form

Credits The 2012-13 Owens Express men’s basketball media guide was written, edited and designed by Nicholas Huenefeld.

Photos Photos courtesy of Nicholas Huenefeld, Seth Foley, Brenda Guss, David Harrand, Michael Rickard, George Pollauf and Kyle Wilber.

Men’s Basketball Staff Dave Clarke, Head Coach - Ext. 7940 dave_clarke@owens.edu Carl Thomas, Assistant Coach - Ext. 7940 carl_thomas@owens.edu Keith Raine, Assistant Coach - Ext. 7940 keith_raine@owens.edu

Administration Rudy Yovich, Director of Athletics - Ext. 7974 rudy_yovich@owens.edu Judy Loehrke, Assistant Athletic Director, Academics, Ext. 7983 judy_loehrke@owens.edu Ann LaVoy, Athletics Specialist - Ext. 7973 ann_lavoy@owens.edu Nicholas Huenefeld, Sports Information - Ext. 7972 nicholas_huenefeld@owens.edu

Head Coaches Baseball, Devin Taylor - Ext. 7936 devin_taylor@owens.edu Men’s Basketball, Dave Clarke - Ext. 7940 david_clarke2@owens.edu Men’s Golf, Josh Williams - Ext. 2643 joshua_williams@owens.edu Men’s Soccer, Art Johnson - Ext. 7938 arthur_johnson@owens.edu Softball, Duane Lanham - Ext. 7937 duane_lanham@owens.edu Women’s Basketball, Michael Llanas - Ext. 7941 michael_llanas@owens.edu Women’s Soccer, Mary Whisler - Ext. 7935 mary_whisler@owens.edu Women’s Volleyball, Sonny Lewis - Ext. 7939 harold_lewis2@owens.edu

Assistant Coaches

Cover The four players featured on the cover of this program are Justin Edmonds, Jay Marquette, James Kelly and Franklin Lindsey.

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Main Number: 567-661-7973

Baseball, John Parisho - john_parisho@owens.edu Baseball, Zach Tanner - zachary_tanner@owens.edu Men’s Basketball, Carl Thomas - carl_thomas@owens.edu Men’s Basketball, Keith Raine - keith_raine@owens.edu Men’s Golf, Chris Hummer - christopher_hummer@owens.edu Men’s Soccer, Dave Prediger - david_prediger@owens.edu Softball, Kevin Snyder - kevin_snyder4@owens.edu Softball, Sara Fleming - sara_fleming@owens.edu Women’s Basketball, Stephen Perry - stephen_perry2@owens.edu Women’s Basketball, Jessica Lewis - jessica_lewis6@owens.edu Women’s Basketball, Matt Hilkens - matt_hilkens@owens.edu Women’s Soccer, Caitlyn Theaker - caitlyn_theaker@owens.edu Women’s Volleyball, Denny Caldwell - dennis_caldwell@owens.edu Women’s Volleyball, Angie Parisho - angela_parisho@owens.edu

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2012-13 EXPRESS MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER

Numerical Roster No.

Name

Ht.

Position

Class

High School

Hometown

00 2 3 5 12 14 22 23 24 25 32 33 34 44

Andy Bachman Javon Rice Markese Allen Cody Begley Jay Marquette Franklin Lindsey Kelvin Clark Joe Retic II Chris Wilson James Kelly Justin Edmonds Tony Boykins Reneillio Morrison Darius Washington

6-6 5-10 5-9 5-9 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-6 6-7 6-4 6-2 6-6 6-9

SF PG PG G G G G PG F F G G F/C F/C

Fr. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. So. Fr. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. So.

North Side Dayton Dunbar Detroit Crockett Tekonsha Central Catholic Whitmer Bogan Fishers Start Pioneer Albion Loy Norrix Fla. St. University Start

Fort Wayne, IN Dayton, OH Detroit, MI Tekonsha, MI Rossford, OH Toledo, OH Chicago, IL Fishers, IN Danville, IL Ann Arbor, MI Albion, MI Kalamazoo, MI Kingston, Jamaica Toledo, OH

Dave Clarke Head Coach (2nd Year) Carl Thomas Assistant Coach (2nd Year)

Alphabetical Roster No.

Name

Ht.

Position

Class

High School

Hometown

3 00 5 33 22 32 25 14 12 34 23 2 44 24

Markese Allen Andy Bachman Cody Begley Tony Boykins Kelvin Clark Justin Edmonds James Kelly Franklin Lindsey Jay Marquette Reneillio Morrison Joe Retic II Javon Rice Darius Washington Chris Wilson

5-9 6-6 5-9 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-7 6-4 6-3 6-6 6-3 5-10 6-9 6-6

PG SF G G G G F G G F/C PG PG F/C F

Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So. So. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. So.

Detroit Crockett North Side Tekonsha Loy Norrix Bogan Albion Pioneer Whitmer Central Catholic Fla. St. University Fishers Dayton Dunbar Start Start

Detroit, MI Fort Wayne, IN Tekonsha, MI Kalamazoo, MI Chicago, IL Albion, MI Ann Arbor, MI Toledo, OH Rossford, OH Kingston, Jamaica Fishers, IN Dayton, OH Toledo, OH Danville, IL

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Coaching Staff

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Keith Raine Assistant Coach (1st Year)

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2012-13 EXPRESS MEN’S BASKETBALL PICTURE ROSTER

Andy Bachman 6-6, SF, Fr. North Side Fort Wayne, IN

Javon Rice 5-10, PG, Fr. Dunbar Dayton, OH

Markese Allen 5-9, PG, Fr. Crockett Detroit, MI

Cody Begley 5-9, G, So. Tekonsha Tekonsha, MI

Kelvin Clark 6-3, G, So. Bogan Chicago, IL

Joe Retic II 6-3, PG, Fr. Fishers Fishers, IN

Chris Wilson 6-6, F, So. Start Danville, IL

James Kelly 6-7, F, So. Pioneer Ann Arbor, MI

Reneillio Morrison 6-6, F/C, Fr. Florida St. Univ. Kingston, Jamaica

College Info Location: Toledo, OH Founded: 1965 Nickname: Express Colors: Red and White President: Dr. Mike Bower Director of Athletics: Rudy Yovich Affiliation: NJCAA D-II Region: XII Conference: Ohio Community College Athletic Conference (OCCAC) Website: www.owens.edu

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Darius Washington 6-9, F/C, So. Start Toledo, OH

Dave Clarke Head Coach 2nd Season

Jay Marquette 6-3, G/F, So. Central Catholic Toledo, OH

Franklin Lindsey 6-4, G, So. Whitmer Toledo, OH

Tony Boykins 6-2, G, Fr. Loy Norrix Kalamazoo, MI

Justin Edmonds 6-4, G, So. Albion Albion, MI

Carl Thomas Assistant Coach 2nd Season

Keith Raine Assistant Coach 1st Season

Express Quick Facts Coaching Staff Dave Clarke, Head Coach - Ext. 7940 dave_clarke@owens.edu Carl Thomas, Assistant Coach - Ext. 7940 carl_thomas@owens.edu Keith Raine, Assistant Coach - Ext. 7940 keith_raine@owens.edu

Men’s Basketball Facts 1st Year: 1966-67 Overall Record: OCCAC Record:

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2012-13 EXPRESS MEN’S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Triton Tip Off Classic (Nov. 2-4) Nov. 2 Morton Community College

5 p.m. Chicago, IL

Nov. 3 Triton Community College

3 p.m. Chicago, IL

Nov. 4 Cincinnati State Tech. & CC

1 p.m. Chicago, IL

Nov. 6 Lorain County Community College

7:30 p.m. Chicago, IL

Owens Tip Off Classic (Nov. 9-10) Nov. 9 Kellogg Community College

7 p.m. Toledo, OH

Nov. 10 Jackson Community College

7 p.m. Toledo, OH

Nov. 20 Kalamazoo Valley Community College

7:30 p.m. Kalamazoo, MI

Justin Edmonds

Lansing CC Invitational (Nov. 23-24)

OCCAC Season

Nov. 23 Lansing Community College

7 p.m. Lansing, MI

Nov. 24 Kellogg Community College

3 p.m. Lansing, MI

Nov. 28 Delta College

7 p.m. University Center, MI

Dec. 1 Kalamazoo Valley Community College

7 p.m. Toledo, OH

Dec. 3 Schoolcraft College

7:30 p.m. Toledo, OH

Dec. 5 Mott Community College

7:30 p.m. Toledo, OH

Dec. 8 Glen Oaks Community College

3 p.m. Toledo, OH

Dec. 20 Mott Community College

7:30 p.m. Flint, MI

Dec. 22 Delta College

3 p.m. Toledo, OH

Jan. 4 Washtenaw Community College

7 p.m. Toledo, OH

Jan. 12 Sinclair Community College

3 p.m. Toledo, OH

Jan. 16 Cuyahoga Community College

7:30 p.m. Cleveland, OH

Jan. 19 Cincinnati State Technical & CC

3 p.m. Cincinnati, OH

Jan. 23 Lakeland Community College Jan. 30 Edison Community College

3 p.m. Toledo, OH 7:30 p.m. Piqua, OH

Feb. 2 Columbus State Community College

3 p.m. Toledo, OH

Feb. 6 Cuyahoga Community College

7:30 p.m. Toledo, OH

Feb. 9 Sinclair Community College Feb. 13 Lakeland Community College

4 p.m. Dayton, OH 7:30 p.m. Kirtland, OH

Feb. 16 Cincinnati State Technical and CC

3 p.m. Toledo, OH

Feb. 20 Edison Community College

7:30 p.m. Toledo, OH

Feb. 23 Columbus State Community College March 1 University of Akron Club Team March 5, 8-9 Region XII District I Tournament March 19-23 NJCAA D-II National Championships

3 p.m. Columbus, OH 7 p.m. Toledo, OH TBA Cincinnati, OH TBA Danville, IL

*The Akron game on March 1 is a non-OCCAC matchup

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2011-12 EXPRESS MEN’S BASKETBALL YEAR IN REVIEW

Overview In 2011-12, first-year head coach Dave Clarke led the Express to their best season since 2006-07. The team finished 24-8 and made an appearance in the Region XII District 10 championship game. They finished second in the OCCAC and their 24 wins marked a 14-win improvement over the previous year. Two freshmen, Justin Edmonds and James Kelly, burst onto the NJCAA scene and were the team’s two leading scorers. Edmonds earned First Team All-OCCAC and First Team All-Region XII honors, while Kelly earned Second Team All-OCCAC honors. Clarke was named OCCAC Coach of the Year. Kelly averaged 17.5 points and 9.8 rebounds, while racking up 18 double figure rebounding games - including a program record 21 vs Lakeland on Feb. 15. He also had a career high 34 points in that game. He also broke the program’s single season blocks record. Edmonds averaged 18.8 points, four rebounds and three assists per game. He broke the program’s single season mark for most 3-pointers attempted. He only had three single digit scoring games.

2011-12 Roster 2 5 12 14 22 23 24 25 32 33 34

Taronta Cole Jr. Jerron Jamerson Jay Marquette Franklin Lindsey Kelvin Clark Jeff Burroughs Jordan Basinger James Kelly Justin Edmonds Milan Mabry Jeremy Weemes

G G G G/F G G F F G G F

Gulfport/Gulfport, Miss. Washington/South Bend, IN Central Catholic/Rossford, OH Whitmer/Toledo, OH Bogan/Chicago, IL Belleville/Ypsilanti, MI Kalida/Kalida, OH Pioneer/Ann Arbor, MI Albion/Albion, MI Bowsher/Toledo, OH Springfield/Holland, OH

Nov. 25 Nov. 26 Nov. 29 Dec. 3 Dec. 9 Dec. 14 Dec. 16 Dec. 17 Dec. 20 Dec. 30

Muskegon Invitational Oakland 77 Owens 65 Owens 61 Alpena 58 Owens 73 St. Clair County 62 Glen Oaks 82 Owens 79 Owens 85 Schoolcraft 70 Mott 74 Owens 70 Owens 87 Grand Rapids 77 Owens 90 Lake Michigan 73 Owens 85 Delta 75 Kirtland 70 Owens 68 * OCCAC Season

Jan. 7 Jan. 11 Jan. 14 Jan. 18 Jan. 21 Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Feb. 4 Feb. 8 Feb. 11 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 22

Owens 65 Columbus State 60 Owens 86 Ohio State Club 44 Owens 84 Sinclair 70 Cuyahoga 76 Owens 63 Cincinnati State 65 Owens 62* Lakeland 82 Owens 72 Owens 96 Edison 71 Columbus State 100 Owens 82 Owens 70 Cuyahoga 67 Owens 88 Sinclair 85 Owens 92 Lakeland 84 Cincinnati State 80 Owens 66 * Owens 69 Edison 66 Region XII District 10 Tournament

March 9 March 10

Owens 64 Cuyahoga 61 (Reg. XII Semis) Lakeland 80 Owens 58 (Reg. XII Finals) *Won due to forfeit

Head Coach: Dave Clarke Assistant Coaches: Travis Lewis, Carl Thomas, Josh Williams

2011-12 Schedule-Results Nov. 1 Nov. 3

Owens 90 Lourdes JV 88 (OT) Owens 65 Henry Ford 61 Owens Tip Off Classic

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Nov. 11 Nov. 12

Owens 91 Kellogg 59 Owens 89 Henry Ford 81

Nov. 14 Nov. 18 Nov. 21

Owens 91 Siena Heights JV 77 Owens 81 Grand Rapids 57 Mott 88 Owens 65

James Kelly vs Mott CC

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Express Men’s Basketball Coaching Staff


HEAD COACH DAVE CLARKE OCCAC honors. Edmonds was also named to the All-Region XII team. In the seven years prior to becoming the head coach at Owens, Clarke served at five colleges in varying coaching capacities.

Dave

Clarke Head Coach - 2nd Year FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY ‘04

Dave Clarke is entering his second season as the head coach for the Express men’s basketball program. In his first year with the Express, Clarke led the Express to a 14 win improvement and was named the OCCAC Coach of the Year. The team finished with a 24-8 overall

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record and finished second in the OCCAC. They also made their first appearance in the Region XII District 10 championship game since the 2006-07 season. Additionally, two freshmen (Justin Edmonds, 1st Team and James Kelly, Second Team) earned All-

He most recently served as an assistant coach at Mott Community College in Flint, Mich., from 2009-11. During his tenure at Mott, he helped lead the program to an overall 59-7 record. In 200809, Clarke served as the director of basketball operations at Bowling Green State University. From 2006-08, he was the graduate assistant manager at the University of Toledo, where he helped the team win a Mid American Conference regular season title and capture a school record 14 MAC wins in 2006-07. Prior to that, Clarke served as an assistant coach at Northwood University in 2005-06, student assistant coach at Ferris State Univer-

sity in 2004-05 and AAU coach for the Grand Rapids Storm from 2003-05. Clarke played intercollegiate basketball at Ferris State University from 2002-04, where he helped lead the Bulldogs to the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference regular season title as a senior. Prior to Ferris State, the Harbor Springs, Mich., native played two seasons at Siena Heights University. Additionally, he is a member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes organizations. The Maumee resident holds a bachelor’s degree in business education with a minor in physical education from Ferris State University and a master’s degree in recreation and leisure studies from the University of Toledo. He and his wife, Megan, have one daughter, Emmy.

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ASSISTANT COACH CARL THOMAS University of Maryland Eastern Shore in 2004-05. Prior to coaching, Thomas played 68 games over parts of three seasons in the NBA.

Carl

Thomas Assistant Coach 2nd Year EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY

Carl Thomas is enterting his second season an assistant coach for the Express men’s basketball program. He has previously served as an as-

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sistant men’s basketball coach at Eastern Michigan University over the last six seasons. Prior to that, he served as an assistant men’s basketball coach at the

He played for the Cleveland Cavaliers, Sacramento Kings, Golden State Warriors, and the Orlando Magic. Thomas also played in the Continental Basketball Association (CBA) for Fort Wayne and Grand Rapids from 1992-99. He was called up to the NBA five times, which is a CBA record. Following his career in the NBA, Thomas played professionally overseas from 2000-03. He played for teams in France, Sweden, Greece and Italy. Thomas is a graduate of Lansing (Mich.) Everett High School, where he played basketball, football

and baseball. He was named the player of the year in the Capitol Conference as a senior in basketball, and he helped the baseball team reach the state semifinals in Class A. Thomas and his twin brother, Charles, played for Eastern Michigan University from 1988-91 and won two Mid-American Conference titles, made two NJCAA Tournament appearances and advanced to the Sweet 16 in 1990-91. Carl finished his career with 1,179 points, 452 rebounds, 185 3-point field goals and 249 assists. He was a second-team All-MAC choice in 1991. Thomas was inducted into the Lansing-area Athletic Hall of Fame in June 2005. He and his wife, Gina, have two sons, Austin and Brandon.

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ASSISTANT COACH KEITH RAINE While there, the team was ranked as high as 12th in the nation, the highest in program history.

Keith

Raine Assistant Coach 1st Year

UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO

Keith Raine is entering his first season as an assistant coach in the Express men’s basketball program.

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Raine comes to the Express from Goshen College, where he spent one season as an assistant coach in the men’s basketball program.

Prior to that, he was the head student manager for men’s basketball at Bowling Green State University from 2008-10. While there, the Falcons captured the regular season MAC championship and earned a bid to the NIT in 2008-09. While on staff at BGSU, Raine worked with current Express men’s basketball coach Dave Clarke when Clarke was BGSU’s director of basketball operations during the 2008-09 season. In past summers, Raine has spent his time working the camp circuit at several prestigous universities such as Duke, Michigan State, Syr-

acuse, Uconn, and Wake Forest. He is also the former camp director of Sudden Impact Basketball Camps. Additionally, he is a member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches and National Association of Collegiate Basketball Managers. Currently, Raine is working towards a bachelor’s degree at the University of Toledo in interdisciplinary studies with a concentration in business management. He previously attended BGSU and Housatonic Community College (Bridgeport, CT). A native of Shelton, CT, Raine attended St. Joseph High School, where he played for legendary head coach Vito Montelli.

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SOPHOMORES

# 12

Jay

Marquette Guard

Central Catholic Rossford, OH

Season 2011-12

CAREER STATS PPG RPG APG BPG 5.5 3.9 2.5 0.7

SPG 1.1

2011-12 Season Marquette averaged 5.5 points, 3.9 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 1.1 steals and 0.7 blocks per game as a freshman. He had six games of double figure scoring, including his season high of 13 points against Henry Ford CC on Nov. 3.

Prior to Owens Marquette comes to Owens after helping lead Central Catholic to its first Ohio state final four appearance in school history. He played for coach Jim Welling. As a senior, he was named Honorable Mention All-City League and Honorable Mention All-District. Statistically, he had the top 3-point field goal percentage in the state of Ohio (52.1 percent) his senior year under head coach Jim Welling. Academically, he was named to the All-City Academic Team as a senior and is a 2011 Owens Academic Excellence Scholarship Recipient. His greatest personal sports thrill is defeating St. John’s in the district finals and going on to the state final four his senior year.

Personal Jay is the son of Greg and Jackie Marquette. He has three siblings - Lee, Allie and Julia. His father played basketball for Owens in 1975-76, and his grandfather, Leroy “Cot” Marquette, was the first athletic director and men’s basketball head coach at Owens beginning in 1966. Cot coached the team then known as the Penta Tech Jaguars from 1966-70 and helped the school to its first conference title (Turnpike Conference) during his tenure.

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Franklin

# 14

Lindsey Guard

Whitmer Toledo, OH

Season 2011-12

CAREER STATS PPG RPG APG BPG 4.8 3.8 0.7 0.3

SPG 0.6

2011-12 Season

Lindsey averaged 4.8 points and 3.8 rebounds as a freshman in 31 games of action. He shot 43.7 percent from the field and 36 percent from three point range. His best play came in the Region XII postseason tournament in which he scored 30 points on 11-21 shooting overall and 5-10 shooting from three point range in games against Cuyahoga CC and Lakeland CC. In regular season play, Lindsey’s best game was 16 points on 6-for-8 shooting against Edison CC on Feb. 1.

Prior to Owens Lindsey comes to Owens after helping lead Toledo Whitmer to a 2010-11 Toledo City League championship. During that senior year, he was named Second Team All-Toledo City League under the tutelage of head coach Bruce Smith. Lindsey also ran cross country at Whitmer and lists the City League basketball title as his greatest personal sports thrill.

Personal Franklin is the son of Harold and Genise Lindsey.

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# 22

Kelvin

Clark Guard

Bogan

Season 2011-12

Chicago, IL

CAREER STATS PPG RPG APG 4.3 2.3 1.3

BPG 0.4

SPG 0.5

2011-12 Season Clark averaged 4.3 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.3 assists as a freshman in 32 games. Following a season ending injury to starting PG Jeff Burroughs, he started the season’s final eight games at the point. Overall, he started 13 games and was named the team’s Most Improved Player. His best game of the year came in the team’s final game against Lakeland CC on March 10 when he had 14 points on 6-for-12 shooting.

Personal

Prior to Owens

Kelvin is the son of Henry and Kandy Henderson. He has Clark won the four-year award in basketball and boys soft- seven siblings - Henry, Greg, Sean, Jamal, Javon, Allen and ball at Chicago Bogan, where he also participated in boys vol- Shanell. leyball and track.

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Chris

# 24

Wilson Forward

Toledo Start Danville, IL

Prior to Owens Wilson is a 2007 graduate of Start HS who redshirted last season. During his senior year at Start, he was named First Team All-Toledo City League and Second Team All-District, while leading the City League in rebounding with 16.2/game. During his junior year, he was named Second Team All-Toledo City League. His high school coach was Gil Guerrero. Following his high school career, he played one season for Alpena Community College where he averaged a double-double.

Personal Chris is the son of Eddie Gaines Jr. and Sheila Wilson. He has two siblings - Aaron and Bryan Wilson.

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James

# 25

Kelly

Forward

Pioneer Ann Arbor, MI

Season 2011-12

CAREER STATS PPG RPG APG SPG 17.5 9.8 1.1 1.6

BPG 1.8

2011-12 Season After a stellar freshman year in which he averaged 17.5 points and 9.8 rebounds per game, Kelly has garnered attention as one of the top JUCO players in the nation. This past summer, Kelly was selected for the Mullens Top 100 JUCO camp in St. Louis, Missouri. As a freshman with the Express, his started 29 games and totaled 34 assists, 48 blocks and 52 steals. He broke the program’s single season blocks record. In OCCAC play, he averaged 15.7 points and 9.3 rebounds per game. On Feb. 19, he was named OCCAC Player of the Week thanks in large part to his 34 point, 21 rebound game against Lakeland CC. Those 21 rebounds broke the 27-year-old single game record. Following the year, he was named Second Team All-OCCAC and was the team’s co-MVP with Justin Edmonds.

Prior to Owens Kelly came to Owens as an Associated Press Honorable Mention All-Michigan selection his senior year. He didn’t start playing basketball until his junior year, yet he posted a 24-point, 12-rebound performance in his first high school game. Later in that season, he had 11 points, 10 rebounds and 12 blocks in a game against Chelsea. Kelly played for Rex Stanzach at Ann Arbor Pioneer. In the summer following his senior year, he won the Best of the Midwest Dunk contest at Speece Fieldhouse in Fort Wayne, IN.

Personal James is the son of Desi Kelly Sr. and Darlene Isom. He has one brother, Desi Jr.

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Justin

# 32

Edmonds Guard

Albion Albion, MI

Season 2011-12

CAREER STATS PPG RPG APG SPG 18.8 4.0 3.1 0.9

BPG 0.5

2011-12 Season Edmonds fell below double digit scoring in only three games his freshman year and finished as the team’s leading scorer. Overall, he averaged 18.8 points, four rebounds and 3.1 assists per game and scored an even 600 points overall. Additionally, he averaged 20.2 points, 3.1 rebounds and 2.8 assists in OCCAC play. Following the season, he was named First Team All-OCCAC, First Team All-Region XII and was the team’s co-MVP along with James Kelly. His top game of the year came against Sinclair CC on Feb. 11 when he scored 32 points on 10-for-20 shooting overall and 5-for-12 shooting from three point range. He had two 30 plus point games and 12 games of 20-29 points. Edmonds tied the program records for most three point FG attempted in one game (13 vs Cincinnati State on Jan. 21) and FT percentage in one game (100 percent vs Henry Ford CC, 10/10). He broke the single season program record for most three point FGs attempted, as well, with 262.

Prior to Owens Edmonds comes to the Express basketball program after a decorated high school career. As a senior, he was named First Team All-Battle Creek League, First Team All-Southwestern Michigan Activities Association, and Honorable Mention All-Michigan. Additionally, he was a McDonald’s High School All-American nominee and was a participant in the Basketball Coaching Association of Michigan (BCAM) All-Star game. He played for head coach Durant Crum at Albion.

Personal Justin is the son of Larry Bonner and Bonnie Edmonds. He has five siblings - Jeremy, Stephanie, Kiki, Kisha and Ryan.

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Darius

# 44

Washington Forward/Center

Start

Toledo, OH

Prior to Owens Washington redshirted last season after spending one season with Columbus State Community College, where he was part of a team that went to the NJCAA D-II National Tournament. He is a 2007 graduate of Roy C. Start HS, where he played power forward/center for coach Gil Guerrero.

Personal Darius is the son of Daryel Washington and Paula King. He has two brothers, Daryel and Demetrius Washington.

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Andy

# 00

Bachman Small Forward

North Side Fort Wayne, IN

Prior to Owens Bachman is a 2012 graduate of North Side HS. He earned First Team All-Summitt Athletic Conference (SAC) honors his senior year, Second Team his junior year and Honorable Mention All-SAC honors his sophomore year. Additionally, he was named First Team All-Area with the Redskins. He participated in the Border Wars All-Star game, was a top 25 player in Indiana and participated in the prestigious IBCA Indiana Top 100 camp.

Personal Andy is the son of Bob and Chris Bachman. He has one brother, Ryan.

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Javon

Rice

#2

Point Guard Dunbar Dayton, OH

Prior to Owens Rice is a 2011 graduate of Dayton Dunbar HS, where he played point guard for coach Peter Puillen. As a junior, he was a member of their Ohio state championship team.

Personal Javon is the son of Johnathan Rice and Juanita Robinson. He has three siblings - Alvance, William and Mitch.

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Markese

#3

Allen

Point Guard Crockett Detroit, MI

Prior to Owens Allen is a 2012 graduate of Detroit Crockett, where he was named Honorable Mention All-Detroit by the Detroit Free Press and the Detroit News, as well as Honorable Mention Class B All-State. He played for coach Juan Rickman.

Personal Markese is the son of Lawrence Allen and Tomiko McDonald. He has two siblings - Quantrinique Johnson and Alante Allen.

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Joe

# 23

Retic II Point Guard Fishers Fishers, IN

Prior to Owens Retic is a 2012 graduate of Fishers HS where he played with three NCAA D-I prospects. He was a member of the Men of the Family AAU team coached by Derrick Williams. Joe Leonard was his head coach at Fishers, where he played small forward. For the Express, Retic will play point guard.

Personal Joe is the son of Joseph Sr. and Holly Retic. He has one sister, Jade.

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Tony

#33

Boykins Guard Loy Norrix Kalamazoo, MI

Prior to Owens Boykins is a 2012 graduate of Loy Norris HS in Kalamazoo, where he played for coach Matt Covault. He was named First Team All-Southwest Michigan Athletic Conference (SMAC) during his time there.

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Reneillio

#34

Morrison Forward/Center

Fla. State University Kingston, Jamaica

Prior to Owens Morrison spent last season with the men’s basketball program at Lourdes University. He did not use a year of eligibility, however. Morrison is a 2011 graduate of Florida State University HS in Tallahassee, FL, where he was a two-time team captain and the team’s leading rebounder for coach Anthony Robinson.

Personal Reneillio is the son of Regina Lee. He has one sibling Dorando Morrison.

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Express Men’s Basketball Record Book

Jeff Massey (1991-93) - 2-Time National Champion - All-Time Scoring Leader -2-Time NJCAA Player of the Year


EXPRESS MEN’S BASKETBALL RECORD BOOK Year-By-Year History Year

Overall Record

OCCAC Record

OCCAC Finish

Region Finish

NJCAA Tourney Finish

1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 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 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

15-7 22-5 11-13 13-10 12-11 5-18 24-8 24-9 25-4 15-7 8-17 9-15 19-10 18-11 20-12 11-17 26-6 24-8 24-7 37-2 35-1 34-3 22-8 32-4 26-7 25-6 30-7 33-4 31-4 30-4 28-6 23-8 27-6 26-7 22-12 10-19 15-16 15-16 10-21 24-8

5-1 n/a n/a 5-0 7-3 10-0 n/a n/a 3-11 7-5 6-6 7-3 8-4 13-1 13-1 14-0 15-1 10-4 12-2 12-2 11-3 10-4 12-2 13-1 12-2 12-2 7-7 11-3 9-5 8-6 3-11 8-6 8-6 3-9 9-3

n/a 1st n/a n/a n/a 2nd 1st n/a n/a 7th 2nd 4th 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 4th 2nd 3rd 3rd 6th 3rd 3rd 6th 2nd

Semis DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1st Round DNP DNP DNP DNP Semis DNP Semis Quarterfinals 1st Round 1st 1st 1st Quarterfinals 1st Semifinals Semifinals 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 1st Semifinals 2nd Semifinals 2nd DNP Quarterfinals Quarterfinals DNP 2nd

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a National Champs National Champs National Runner-Up n/a 3rd Place n/a n/a 5th Place 5th Place n/a n/a Qualifier n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

Totals

860-364

196-68

n/a

n/a

n/a

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Cot Marquette Dick Honner Phil Sinkovich DJ Cameron

Jamie Gill

Jim Welling

Jack Trainer

Kevin Skaggs

Dave Clarke

All-Time Coaching Records Coach

Tenure

Overall W-L

OCCAC W-L

Region XII Titles

Dave Clarke Kevin Skaggs Jack Trainer Jim Welling Jamie Gill DJ Cameron Phil Sinkovich Dick Honner Cot Marquette

2011-present 2007-10 2006-07 1986-2006 1985-86 1983-85 1980-83 1975-80 1966-70

24-8 50-72 22-12 544-127 18-11 28-25 48-28 65-46 61-35

9-3 22-32 8-6 201-47 6-6 10-16 10-0 12-3 -

0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0

NJCAA Tourney Appearances 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0

Totals

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860-364 (.703)

277-113 (.710)

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*W/L records not complete due to lack of W/L record for some years of coaching tenure

Express Basketball: Marquette Started It, Welling Achieved Greatness, Clarke Restores Winning Tradition By Nicholas Huenefeld Nearly 50 years ago, Cot Marquette started what has turned out to be one of the most successful NJCAA men’s basketball programs in history. In 1966-67, Marquette formed a team that was then known as the Penta Tech Jaguars. In his second year, he led the team to their first 20 plus win season and its first conference championship in the Turnpike Conference. In those first two years, Marquette coached Jim Penix, who moved on to BGSU, was named the MAC Player of the Year and became the first and only player Owens has ever had selected in the NBA Draft. In 1970, budget cuts forced the college to shut the program down.

the program and, in his final two years, he led the team to back-toback 24 win seasons. Phil Sinkovich took over in 198081 and led the team to a 25-4 record and its second conference championship. After Sinkovich left, DJ Cameron and Jamie Gill coached the next three years. The program wasn’t able to achieve greatness, though, and that’s when Jim Welling entered. In 1986-87, the former assistant on Gill’s staff led the Express to a 20-12 record, their first 20 win season since 1980-81. In his second year, Welling’s team finished 11-17, but that was the only losing season he would encounter in his Owens coaching career.

Then, in 1975, Marquette, the college’s athletic director, brought in Dick Honner to restart the program.

For the next 18 years, Welling never won fewer than 22 games in a season.

For five years, Honner rebuilt

In 1990-81, Welling led the Express to their third conference

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championship. The following year, the program captured the first of back-to-back national championships.

After failing to make it out of regionals in 1994-95, Welling took the Express to a 3rd place finish at nationals in 1995-96.

In 1993-94, the team nearly captured their third straight national title, but fell by five points in the title game.

He would coach the team to three more national tournament appearances before his retirement in 2005-06.

In that three-year stretch, the program went 106-6. They continued a streak of four consecutive OCCAC championships and won three straight Region XII championships - the first in program history.

In his time, the program won nearly 550 games and won two national titles, seven Region XII titles and eight OCCAC championships, including their most recent one in 2001-02.

During that time, Jeff Massey joined Penix as one, perhaps, the two most accomplished players Owens has ever had. From 1991-93, he became the program’s all-time leading scorer, was twice named national player of the year and led the two national title teams. Penix still holds the single game scoring record with 51 points, while the duo still holds 14 program records.

Jack Trainer in 2006 and won 22 games, but stepped away after one year. Kevin Skaggs coached the next four years, but after losing the most games in a single season (21) in 2010-11, the program looked in a new direction. Enter Dave Clarke, who went 24-8 in his first season and nearly led the team to its first Region XII title since Welling’s tenure. He looks to continue the resurgence this year.

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Postseason History - Game By Game 1967-68

1985-86

Reg. XII 1st Round: Defeated Alpena 88-66 Reg. XII Qtrs: Defeated Jackson 81-54 Reg. XII Semis: Lost to No. 1 Vincennes 95-76 1978-79 OTCC Qtrs: Defeated Jefferson Tech 125-77 OTCC Semis: Lost to Muskingum Tech (? score) OTCC Consolation: Defeated Stark Tech 85-75 1979-80 OTCC Qtrs: Defeated Muskingum Tech 146-50 OTCC Semis: Defeated Stark Tech 100-84 OTCC Finals: Defeated Jefferson Tech 75-65 1980-81 OTCC Qtrs: Defeated Clark Tech 109-59 OTCC Semis: Stark Tech 84-67 OTCC Finals: Columbus Tech 75-73 1981-82

OJCAC Qtrs: Defeated Sinclair 77-67 OJCAC Semis: Lost to Lakeland 69-64 (OT) 1986-87 OJCAC Semis: Defeated Cincinnati State 68-6 OJCAC Finals: Lost to Lima NW Business College 88-84 Reg. XII Qtrs: Defeated Delta College 90-88 Reg. XII Semis: Lost to Oakland 82-80 *Oakland went on to win national title 1987-88 OJCAC Qtrs: Lost to Edison 69-61 1988-89 OJCAC Semis: Defeated Cincinnati State 106-84 OJCAC Finals: Defeated Cuyahoga 84-71 Reg. XII Qtrs: Defeated Macomb 97-74 Reg. XII Semis: Lost to Lansing 105-90 1989-90

Reg. XII 1st Round: Lost to Cincinnati Tech 92-56 1984-85 OJCAC Qtrs: Defeated Cuyahoga 71-58 OJCAC Semis: Defeated Lima NW Business College 75-67 OJCAC Finals: Lost to Lakeland 73-68

OJCAC Qtrs: Defeated Clark State 122-65 OJCAC Semis: Defeated Edison 90-78 OJCAC Finals: Defeated Cincinnati Tech 93-88 Reg. XII Qtrs: Lost to Oakland 80-79 1990-91 OJCAC Semis: Lost to Cuyahoga 81-78 Reg. XII 1st Round: Lost to Lake Michigan 72-60

1991-92 (NATIONAL CHAMPIONS) OJCAC Semis: Defeated Sinclair 89-80 OJCAC Finals: Defeated Lakeland 97-90 Reg. XII 1st Round: Defeated Delta College 99-76 Reg. XII Qtrs: Defeated Kalamazoo Valley 95-87 Reg. XII Semis: Defeated Macomb 96-77 Reg. XII Finals: Defeated Lansing 108-79 NJCAA Qtrs: Defeated Danville 75-66 NJCAA Semis: Defeated Penn Valley 97-74 NJCAA Finals: Defeated Iowa Lakes 105-86

The 1967-68 men’s basketball team, then known as Penta Tech, is pictured here. They were the first team to participate in postseason play. In tournament play, they defeated Alpena and Jackson before falling to No. 1 Vincennes in the regional semifinal.

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Postseason History - Game By Game 1992-93 (NATIONAL CHAMPIONS) OJCAC Semis: Defeated Edison State 93-48 OJCAC Finals: Defeated Cincinnati State 86-82 Reg. XII Qtrs: Defeated Kalamazoo Valley 102-74 Reg. XII Semis: Defeated Lansing 100-85 Reg. XII Finals: Defeated Muskegon 118-86 NJCAA Qtrs: Defeated Joliet College 103-90 NJCAA Semis: Defeated Clinton JC 97-69 NJCAA Finals: Defeated NE Christian College 109-85 1993-94 (NATIONAL RUNNER-UP) OJCAC Qtrs: Defeated Southern State 105-63 OJCAC Semis: Defeated Cincinnati State 71-67 OJCAC Finals: Defeated Edison State 88-84 (OT) Reg. XII 1st Round: Defeated Muskegon 108-82 Reg. XII Qtrs: Defeated Grand Rapids 102-88 Reg. XII Semis: Defeated Mott 72-63 Reg. XII Finals: Defeated Kalamazoo Valley 93-79 NJCAA Qtrs: Defeated Iowa Lakes 98-95 NJCAA Semis: Defeated Alfred State 95-77 NJCAA Finals: Lost to Joliet College 85-80 1994-95 OCCAC Qtrs: Lost to Sinclair 72-60 Reg. XII 1st Round: Defeated Oakland 84-81 Reg. XII Qtrs: Lost to Macomb 64-57 1995-96 (NJCAA 3rd Place) OCCAC Qtrs: Defeated Sinclair 80-65 OCCAC Semis: Defeated Lakeland 69-64 OCCAC Finals: Defeated Cuyahoga 83-59

Reg. XII Qtrs: Defeated Lansing 62-59 Reg. XII Semis: Defeated Lakeland 87-68 Reg. XII Finals: Defeated Cuyahoga 89-88 (OT) NJCAA Qtrs: Defeated Naugatuck Valley 72-67 NJCAA Semis: Lost to Penn Valley 60-57 NJCAA 3rd/4th Place: Defeated John Wood 86-75 1996-97 OCCAC Qtrs: Defeated Cuyahoga 91-75 OCCAC Semis: Defeated Clark State 70-68 OCCAC Finals: Defeated Cincinnati State 86-83 Reg. XII 1st Round: Defeated Alpena 84-67 Reg. XII Qtrs: Defeated Muskegon 83-63 Reg. XII Semis: Lost to Lakeland 88-68 1997-98 OCCAC Qtrs: Defeated Columbus State 90-61 OCCAC Semis: Lost to Lakeland 74-66 Reg. XII Qtrs: Defeated Lake Michigan 84-73 Reg. XII Semis: Lost to Mott 82-80 (OT) 1998-99 (NJCAA - 5th Place) OCCAC Qtrs: Defeated Cuyahoga 78-72 OCCAC Semis: Lost to Lakeland 78-77 Reg. XII 1st Round: Defeated Cuyahoga 93-65 Reg. XII Qtrs: Defeated Grand Rapids 71-57 Reg. XII Semis: Defeated Henry Ford 81-56 Reg. XII Finals: Defeated Glen Oaks 65-56 NJCAA Qtrs: Lost to Brown Mackie 71-68 NJCAA Consolation: Defeated Jamestown 63-57 NJCAA 5th/6th Place: Defeated United Tribes 85-80

Pictured here (L to R) is the 1991-92 and 1992-93 national championship teams. The 92-93 sophomore class capped a two-year run that saw the team have a 72-3 record, which included two OCCAC championships and two Region XII championships - in addition to the national titles.

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Postseason History - Game By Game

The 1993-94 Express men’s basketball team (at left) nearly won the program’s third consecutive national championship as they fell in the title game 85-80. After failing to make it to the national tournament in 1994-95, the 1995-96 team (at right) returned and finished third at nationals. 1999-2000 (NJCAA - 5th Place) OCCAC Qtrs: Defeated Sinclair 69-62 OCCAC Semis: Defeated Clark State 97-64 OCCAC Finals: Lost to Cincinnati State 67-49 Reg. XII 1st Round: Defeated Kalamazoo Valley 61-56 Reg. XII Qtrs: Defeated St. Clair County 72-55 Reg. XII Semis: Defeated Muskegon 91-50 Reg. XII Finals: Defeated Mott 89-65 NJCAA Qtrs: Lost to Danville Area 58-54 NJCAA Consolation: Defeated Aiken Tech 85-80 NJCAA 5th/6th Place: Defeated Penn Valley 74-60 2000-01 OCCAC Qtrs: Defeated Clark State 86-74 OCCAC Semis: Defeated Columbus State 84-69 OCCAC Finals: Lost to Sinclair 75-73 Reg. XII 1st Round: Defeated St. Clair County 101-59 Reg. XII Qtrs: Defeated Kalamazoo Valley 92-70 Reg. XII Semis: Defeated Grand Rapids 67-63 Reg. XII Finals: Lost to Mott 73-62 2001-02 OCCAC Semis: Defeated Lakeland 72-67 OCCAC Finals: Lost to Cincinnati State 84-74 Reg. XII Qtrs: Defeated Muskegon 92-77 Reg. XII Semis: Defeated Lakeland 71-50 Reg. XII Finals: Lost to Mott 74-72

2003-04 Reg. XII Qtrs: Defeated Edison 74-72 Reg. XII Semis: Lost to Columbus State 78-69 2004-05 Reg. XII Qtrs: Defeated Clark State 67-47 Reg. XII Semis: Defeated Cincinnati State 61-57 Reg. XII Finals: Lost to Cuyahoga 59-57 2005-06 Reg. XII Qtrs: Defeated Clark State 82-67 Reg. XII Semis: Lost to Cincinnati State 73-61 2006-07 Reg. XII Qtrs: Defeated Clark State 68-60 Reg. XII Semis: Defeated Lakeland 82-77 (OT) Reg. XII Finals: Lost to Cincinnati State 66-62 2008-09 Reg. XII Qtrs: Lost to Cuyahoga 75-61 2009-10 Reg. XII Qtrs: Lost to Sinclair 67-64 2010-11

2002-03

Reg. XII Qtrs: Lost to Columbus State 79-66

Reg. XII Semis: Defeated Sinclair 90-68 Reg. XII Finals: Defeated Columbus State 72-64 (OT) NJCAA Qtrs: Lost to Mott 73-70 (OT) NJCAA Consolation: Lost to Genesee (NY) 80-72

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Reg. XII Semis: Defeated Cuyahoga 64-61 Reg. XII Finals: Lost to Lakeland 80-58

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All-OCCAC History 1986-87 1986-87 1986-87 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1989-90 1989-90 1989-90 1989-90 1990-91 1990-91 1990-91 1991-92 1991-92 1991-92 1991-92 1992-93 1992-93 1992-93 1992-93 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1993-94 1993-94 1994-95 1994-95 1994-95 1994-95 1994-96 1995-96 1995-96 1995-96 1995-96 1996-97 1996-97 1996-97 1996-97 1997-98 1997-98 1997-98 1997-98 1997-98 1998-99 1998-99 1998-99 1998-99 1998-99

Brian Williams Richie Leonard Joe Smith Boe Ellis Michael Stahl Michael Williams Roy Coleman Otis “Chip” Smith Manny Durden Jim Harris Steve Hardwick Otis “Chip” Smith Steve Oman Sean Kirkland Jeff Massey Sean Kirkland Tom Patterson Jim Hollowell Jeff Massey Jason Wade Feisal Crumby Shane Bechtel Corey Allison Feisal Crumby Quincy Cloud Shannon Williams Carey Fouty Marcus Langhorne Shawn Wymer Brad Delventhal Johntory “J.T.” Reese Jerry Wells KeVin Roberts Marcus Langhorne Johntory “J.T.” Reese Jeremy Walker Monty Latimer Antwann Jones Craig Erquhart Brian Ponder Jon Powell Rick Fox Craig Erquhart Shaun Fountain Rashard Carson Jon Powell Jason Davis Eric Floyd Justin Burton Marcus Evans

First Team First Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention First Team Honorable Mention First Team First Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention First Team First Team Honorable Mention First Team First Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention First Team First Team First Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention First Team First Team First Team Honorable Mention First Team First Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention First Team First Team First Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention First Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention First Team Second Team Second Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention First Team Second Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention

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Brian Williams, 1986-87 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 2000-01 2000-01 2000-01 2000-01 2001-02 2001-02 2001-02 2002-03 2002-03 2002-03 2003-04 2003-04 2004-05 2004-05 2004-05 2005-06 2005-06 2005-06 2006-07 2006-07 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2011-12 2011-12

Joe Sheperd Justin Burton Rodney Hughes Deandre Bell Pete Latkovic Rodney Hughes Jeremy King Lamar Chears Doug Whiteman Kendon Edwards Lamont Ellis JaMar Wesley Jamar Wesley Mark Church Marques Fobbs Andrae Martin Terrell Brown Larry Logan Jr. Cal Davis Willie Tisdale Jr. Alex Davenport Brian Sellers Julian Logan Julian Logan DeAndre Hall DeAndre Hall Wes Taylor Sedelle Broyles DeAngelo Jordan Tommie Clark Justin Manns Jonathan Dunn Earl Hardison Dalante Heard Joshua Robinson Cal Edwards Jerron Jamerson Justin Edmonds James Kelly

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First Team Second Team Second Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention First Team Second Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Second Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention First Team Second Team Second Team Second Team Second Team First Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention First Team Second Team First Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Second Team Second Team Honorable Mention First Team Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention Honorable Mention First Team Second Team

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OCCAC Awards OCCAC Player of the Year Year 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1996-97 1998-99

Player Roy Coleman Otis “Chip” Smith Jeff Massey Jeff Massey Feisal Crumby Monty Latimer Jon Powell

OCCAC Newcomer of the Year Year

Player

1997-98 1999-2000

Jon Powell Joe Sheperd

OCCAC Tournament MVP Year 1979-80 1980-81 1988-89 1989-90 1991-92 1995-96 1996-97

Player Mark Carr Greg Henry Bryan Ellis Roy Coleman Jeff Massey Johntory “J.T.” Reese Monty Latimer

OCCAC All-Tournament Team Year

Player

1979-80 1979-80 1979-80 1980-81 1980-81 1980-81 1980-81 1986-87 1986-87 1988-89 1988-89 1988-89 1991-92 1991-92 1991-92 1992-93 1992-93 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1993-94 1995-96 1995-96 1996-97 1996-97 1997-98 1999-00 1999-00 2000-01 2000-01 2001-02 2001-02

Mark Carr Bob Gwozdz Kevin Szenderski Greg Henry Brian Brinkley OCCAC Coach of the Year Scott Simpson Year Player Ed Huckaby Bo Ellis 1980-81 Phil Sinkovich Brian Williams 1989-90 Jim Welling Bryan Ellis 1990-91 Jim Welling Roy Coleman 1991-92 Jim Welling John Boyd 1992-93 Jim Welling Jeff Massey 1993-94 Jim Welling Tom Patterson 2000-01 Jim Welling Jim Hollowell 2001-02 Jim Welling Jeff Massey 2011-12 Dave Clarke Jason Wade Feisal Crumby Shannon Williams Quincy Cloud Feisal Crumby Johntory “J.T.” Reese KeVin Roberts GregHenry, Monty Latimer Lonnie Good, Scott Simpson and Antwann Jones Brian Brinkley Craig Erquhart Rodney Hughes Joe Sheperd Kendon Edwards Rodney Hughes Kendon Edwards Marques Fobbs 2012-13 Owens Express Men’s Basketball Media Guide 33

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All-Region XII Award History All-Region XII Team Year 1986-87 1989-90 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1995-96 1996-97 1996-97 1997-98 1999-00 2000-01 2002-03 2006-07 2007-08 2009-10 2011-12

Player Brian Williams Roy Coleman Otis “Chip” Smith Otis “Chip” Smith Jeff Massey Jeff Massey Jason Wade Feisal Crumby Shannon Williams Jerry Wells Monty Latimer Antwann Jones Jon Powell Joe Sheperd Rodney Hughes Jamar Wesley Julian Logan DeAndre Hall Jonathan Dunn Justin Edmonds

Joe Sheperd

Region XII Player of the Year Year 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1996-97 1998-99 1999-00

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Player Roy Coleman Otis “Chip” Smith Jeff Massey Jeff Massey Feisal Crumby Monty Latimer Jon Powell Joe Sheperd

All-Region XII Tournament Team Year 1995-96 1995-96 1997-98 1998-99 1998-99 1999-00 1999-00 1999-00 2000-01 2002-03 2002-03 2004-05 2004-05 2006-07 2008-09

Player Jerry Wells* KeVin Roberts Jon Powell Jon Powell* Marcus Evans Joe Sheperd Rodney Hughes* DeAndre Bell Rodney Hughes JaMar Wesley Mark Church Larry Logan Jr. Kendrick Miller DeAndre Hall Justin Manns

*** Tournament MVP

Jerry Wells

Region XII/District Coach of the Year Year 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1995-96 1998-99 1999-00 2002-03

Player Jim Welling Jim Welling Jim Welling Jim Welling Jim Welling Jim Welling Jim Welling

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NJCAA Award History NJCAA D-II Academic All-Americans Year

Player

2007-08 2009-10 2010-11

David Davis Cal Edwards Cal Edwards*

*3.8-3.99 GPA - Superior Honors

NJCAA D-II Athletic All-Americans Player

Year 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1995-96 1998-99 1999-00

Roy Coleman - First Team Otis “Chip” Smith - Second Team Jeff Massey - First Team Jeff Massey - First Team Feisal Crumby - First Team Jerry Wells - Third Team Jon Powell - First Team Joe Sheperd - Third Team

NJCAA D-II All-Tournament Team Year 1991-92 1991-92 1992-93 1992-93 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1995-96 1999-00

Player Jeff Massey* Tom Patterson Jeff Massey* Corey Allison Feisal Crumby Feisal Crumby Shannon Williams Johntory “J.T” Reese Rodney Hughes

*Most Valuable Player

Shannon Williams

NJCAA D-II Coach of the Year Year 1991-92 1992-93

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Postseason Team Award History Most Valuable Player Year

Player

1981-82 1994-95 1997-98 1998-99 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Lonnie Good Marcus Langhorne Craig Erquhart Jon Powell JaMar Wesley/Mark Church Andrae Martin Larry Logan Jr./Cal Davis Alex Davenport Julian Logan DeAndre Hall DeAngelo Jordan Jonathan Dunn Tommy Kralovic Jr./Craig Short Justin Edmonds/James Kelly

Lonnie Good (far right) - team MVP 1981-82

Coaches Award

Julian Logan (Left)

Tim Rudey (right)

Year

Player

1981-82 1997-98 1998-99 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Tim Rudey Pete Paule Pete Maienknecht Justin Freer/Kevin Thomas Jerimy Robinson Steve Switzer Johnny Willhite Brandon Dawson/David Davis David Davis Brett McDougle Tommy Kralovic Jr. Taronta Cole Jr.

Most Improved Player Year

Player

1981-82 1994-95 1997-98 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Doug Shaffer Brian Parker/Todd Hill Shaun Fountain Marques Fobbs Cal Davis Brian Sellers Zach Diekman DeAndre Hall Justin Manns Brandon Drake Derrick Sanderfer Jr. Jerron Jamerson Kelvin Clark

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Miscellaneous Awards Year 1998-99 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2007-08 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2011-12

Player Eric Floyd Andrae Martin Terrell Brown Jeremy Diekman Andrew Vroman T.R. Ellis Earl Hardison Craig Short Jeff Burroughs Taronta Cole Jr.

Award Mr. Defense OZone Award OZone Award Ozone Award Ozone Award Sixth Man of the Year Defensive MVP Defensive MVP Defensive MVP Owens Express Standards Award

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Former Express Players At Four-Year Schools Roy Coleman University of Akron Brian Williams Shawnee State University Joe Smith Shawnee State University Richie Leonard Sacramento State University David Smith University of Findlay Otis “Chip” Smith University of Findlay Steve Hardwick Kent State University Jeff Massey Xavier University Shane Bechtel Shawnee State University Tom Patterson IPFW Martin Gottfried Walsh College Corey Allison Shawnee State University Sean Kirkland Emporia State University (Kansas) Ken Riley Spring Arbor College Jason Wade Adrian College Jim Holloway Indiana Tech Jim Amstutz Novi University (Fla.) Shawn Wymer Shawnee State University Carey Fouty Saginaw Valley State University Torrey Coleman North Central Oklahoma University Jeff Finch Glenville State University Jerry Wells Hawaii Hilo University Todd Hill William Penn College Brian Parker Limestone College Marcus Langhorne Georgia State University KeVin Roberts Tennessee Martin University Johntory “J.T.” Reese IUPUI Monty Latimer Western Kentucky University Brett Kuron Tiffin University Vito Knighton IUPUI Wesley Lamb Southern University James Williams Bethel College Antwann Jones Manchester College Rashard Carson Saginaw Valley State University Kedran Barnhill IUPUI Craig Erquhart Eastern Michigan University Brian Ponder IUPUI Shawn Fountain University of Wisconsin Milwaukee CJ Captain Shawnee State University Pete Paule University of South Carolina - Spartansburg Al Kamara University of Charleston (WV) Steve Oman University of Indiana (South Bend) Jason Walker Western Michigan University Charles Sharper Eastern Michigan University Bill Royal Indiana Tech University Jon Powell Western Michigan University Jason Davis University of Detroit Mercy Cal Frazier Ohio State University Justin Burton Coastal Carolina University Marcus Evans University of Rhode Island Deandre Bell Southern University Pete Latkovic Heidelberg University Joe Sheperd St. Bonaventure Chris Workman Loras College Rodney Hughes Hampton University Lamar Chears Armstrong Atlantic State University Jeremy King IPFW Doug Whiteman West Liberty State College Chris Fidler Defiance College Anton Hubbard Lincoln Memorial Chris Reid Wilberforce University Darel Burnett Indiana Tech University Kendon Edwards Wayne State University Anthony Kyle Myles College Jimmy Moore Walsh University

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Brandon Joseph Johnny Wilhite Julian Logan Marty Felhaber Mark Carr Jim Penix Morry Kocher Pete Schmuhl Mike Gorey DeAndre Hall Wes Taylor Verdell Billingsley Donald Lucious Sedelle Broyles Gabe Gibbs T.R. Ellis Craig Ash Alex Davenport Larry Logan Rick Fox DeAngelo Jordan Justin Manns Jonathan Dunn Jamar Wesley Pate Latkovic Derrick Sanderfer Jr. Cal Edwards Jordan Basinger Jerron Jamerson

Central State University Lourdes College California University (Pennsylvania) Bowling Green State University Adrian College Bowling Green State University Detroit College Ashland College Defiance College Texas Southern University Tusculum College (Tennessee) Ferris State University Tuskegee University (Alabama) Mercyhurst College (Pennsylvania) Glenville State University Urbana University Fresno Pacific University Fresno Pacific University Centenary University University of Buffalo Tiffin University Kent State University Northwood University (Fla.) Fairmont State (WV) Cleveland State University Urbana University Clarion University (PA) Siena Heights University Goshen College (IN)

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Single Game - Team Most Points

133 vs Clark State Community College, 2-20-93 133 vs Kellogg Community College, 12-13,91

Fewest Points

Largest Margin of Victory 96 vs Muskingum Tech, 2-22-80

Largest Margin of Defeat

63 vs Lorain County Community College, 1978-79

57 vs Macomb Community College, 3-2-95 57 vs Lorain County Community College, 1978-79

Most Points In A Half

243 vs Wright State University, 1-25-86

Fewest Points In A Half

Most Points - Both Teams FG Attempted

106 vs Wright State University, 1-25-86

FG Made

66 vs Clark State Community College, 1-28-91

FG Percentage

75% vs Clark State Community College, 1984-85

3-Pt FG Attempted

37 vs Kalamazoo Valley Community College, 12-18-10

77 vs Clark State Community College (2nd half), 2-20-93 24 vs Mott Community College, 11-17-10

Most Points Allowed

118 vs Lakeland Community College, 1-13-95

Fewest Points Allowed

34 vs Macomb Community College, 12-14-01

Fewest Points Allowed In A Half

14 vs Macomb Community College, 12-14-01 14 vs Monroe (MI) Community College, 12-29-66

3-Pt FG Made

15 vs St. Clair County Community College, 12-5-98 15 vs Lansing Community College, 11-11-98

3-Pt FG Percentage

68.75% vs Sinclair Community College, 2-10-96 (11/16)

FT Attempted

50 vs Oakland Community College, 11-10-09 50 vs Macomb Community College, 1-15-91

FT Made

40 vs Cuyahoga Community College, 1-9-91

FT Percentage

90% Edison Community College, 2-13-91 (18/20) 90% Lake Superior State, 12-23-66

Rebounds

67 vs Edison Community College, 1-26-11

Assists

41 vs Clark State Community College, 1-28-91

Steals

26 vs Oakland Community College, 11-9-94

Blocked Shots

18 vs Marygrove JV, 11-12-10

Most Fouls

31 vs Oakland Community College, 11-10-09 31 vs Kalamazoo Valley Community College, 11-1192

Fewest Fouls

6 vs Cuyahoga Community College, 1984-85

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Sean Kirkland battles for a rebound against a player from Lakeland Community College. He was a member of the Express from 1990-92 and helped set numerous records.

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EXPRESS MEN’S BASKETBALL RECORD BOOK

Single Season - Team Most Wins

FT Made

Most Losses

FT Percentage

Fewest Wins

Rebounds

Fewest Losses

Assists

Most Points

Steals

2-Pt FG Attempted

Blocked Shots

2-Pt FG Made

Points Per Game Average

2-Pt FG Percentage

Fewest Points Allowed Average

3-Pt FG Attempted

Longest Winning Streak

3-Pt FG Made

Longest Home Winning Streak

3-Pt FG Percentage

Longest Losing Streak

37, 1991-92

700, 1991-92

21, 2010-11

77.8%, 1990-91

5, 1976-77

1,614, 1991-92

1, 1992-93

865, 1991-92

3,940, 1991-92

478, 1991-92

2,893, 1991-92

184, 2010-11

1,520, 1991-92

53.5%, 1998-99 787 vs 2011-12 299, 1998-99

43.9%, 1990-91

FT Attempted

102.35, 1991-92 75, 1987-88

31 games, 12-12-92 to 12-17-93 76 games, 2-4-89 to 1-4-96 14 games, 2007-08

1,064, 1991-92

Back-To-Back NJCAA 5th Place Finishes The 1998-99 and 1999-2000 teams finished in 5th place at the NJCAA D-II National Tournament. In each of the two following years, the Express finished just one game from advancing to the NJCAA D-II tournament. Then, in 2002-03, the Express made it back to nationals.

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Individual - Single Game Most Points

51 - Jim Penix vs Monroe (MI) Community College, 12-29-66

FG Attempted

Blocked Shots

8 - Dan Dooley - Edison Community College, 12-18-82 8 - Justin Manns vs Concordia JV, 11-17-08

32 - Jim Penix vs Monroe (MI) Community College, 12-29-66

FG Made

21 - Jim Penix vs Monroe (MI) Community College, 12-29-66

FG Percentage (Min. 10 Attempts)

100% - Billy Royal vs Alpena Community College, 12-21-98 (10/10)

3-Pt FG Attempted

13 - Tommy Kralovic Jr. vs Cincinnati State Community College, 2-12-11 13 - Justin Edmonds vs Cincinnati State Community College, 1-21-12

3-Pt FG Made

8 - Chris Trobaugh vs Ohio State University Club, 12-17-05

3-Pt FG Percentage

100% - Chris Trobaugh vs Ohio State University Club, 12-17-05 (8/8)

FT Attempted

21 - Otis “Chip” Smith vs Ohio Valley Community College, 11/23/90 21 - Otis “Chip” Smith vs Macomb Community College, 11/15/90

FT Made

17 - Jon Dunn vs Oakland Community College, 11-10-09

FT Percentage

100% - Jeremy King vs Clark State Community College, 2-24-01 (14/14) 100% - Justin Edmonds vs Henry Ford Community College, 11-12-11 (10/10)

Rebounds

21 - James Kelly vs Lakeland Community College, 2-15-12 21 - Eric Seaman vs Clark Technical College, 2-16-85

Assists

Chip Smith, pictured above, holds the single game record for most steals (10). He posted numerous triple-doubles during his two-year career. Jeff Massey, to the left, is shown dunking the ball against Kalamazoo Valley Community College in a game at Alumni Hall.

19 - Brian Brinkley, 1980-81

Steals

10 - Otis “Chip” Smith vs Edison Community College, 2-13-91

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Individual - Season Most Points

1,047 - Jeff Massey, 1991-92

FG Attempted

725 - Jeff Massey, 1991-92

FG Made

406 - Jeff Massey, 1991-92

FG Percentage

69.4% - Feisal Crumby, 1993-94

3-Pt FG Attempted

262 - Justin Edmonds, 2011-12

3-Pt FG Made

112 - Jeff Massey, 1991-92

3-Pt FG Percentage

46% - Pete Latkovic, 1998-99 (46-100)

FT Attempted

262 - Tom Patterson, 1989-90

FT Made

189 - Jon Dunn, 2009-10

FT Percentage

88% - Jeff Ziegler, 1982-83

Rebounds

361 - Larry Logan, 2004-05

Assists

294 - Otis “Chip” Smith, 1989-90

Steals

131 - Otis “Chip” Smith, 1989-90

Blocked Shots

58 - James Kelly, 2011-12

Feisal Crumby, pictured above, holds the highest single season and career field goal percentage records. He was one of the most prolific scorers in his two-year career (1992-94) at Owens Community College. As a freshman, he helped the Express capture their second consecutive national championship. Then, as a sophomore, he led them back to the national title game before falling to Joliet.

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EXPRESS MEN’S BASKETBALL RECORD BOOK

Individual - Career Most Points

1,894 - Jeff Massey, 1991-93

FG Attempted

1,351 - Jeff Massey, 1991-93

FG Made

731 - Jeff Massey, 1991-93

FG Percentage

65.4% - Feisal Crumby, 1992-94

3-Pt FG Attempted

386 - Jeff Massey, 1991-93

3-Pt FG Made

172 - Jeff Massey, 1991-93

3-Pt FG Percentage

46.6% - Manny Durden, 1989-91 (55/119)

FT Attempted

362 - Jeff Massey, 1991-93

FT Made

260 - Jeff Massey, 1991-93

FT Percentage

80.4% - Tom Patterson, 1990-92 (123-153)

Rebounds

597 - Brian Williams, 1985-87

Assists

504 - Otis “Chip” Smith, 1989-91

Steals

234 - Otis “Chip” Smith, 1989-91

Blocked Shots

99 - Rodney Hughes, 1989-91

Brian Williams, far above, holds the program’s career rebounding record nearly 30 years after his time at Owens ended. Jeff Massey, pictured in the other two photos, finished his record-breaking two-year career with the Express in 1993, but he still holds seven of the career records for the Express. He won back-to-back national championships and is the program’s all-time leading scorer.

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EXPRESS MEN’S BASKETBALL RECORD BOOK

Yearly Rosters 1966-67 Head coach: Cot Marquette Roster: Mike Branaugh, Danny McLemore, George Newton, Jim Penix, Earl McVay, Morry Kocher, Bob Utley, Jim Galloway, Jack Johnson, Joe Minarcin, Ron Kreger, Tom Ludi, Byron Dimon, Pete Schmuhl, Tom Meyer, Dwight “Doc” Schroeder 1967-68 Head coach: Cot Marquette Assistant coaches: Dick Honner Roster: Jim Penix, Morry Kocher, Pete Schmuhl, Tom Meyer, Joe Minarcin, Gary Hahn, George Hodak, Jerry Huber, Dave Meyers, George Meyers, Bob Smith, Craig Walters, Ed Taylor 1968-69 Head coach: Cot Marquette Assistant coaches: Dick Honner and Don Montague Roster: Gary Hahn, Jerry Huber, Ron Scherer, Charles Reese, Mel Foster, Andy McBride, Bob Freeman, Mike Roach, Jack Streit, Roger Keys, Ben White, Arty Wismer 1969-70 Head coach: Cot Marquette Assistant coaches: Dick Honner Roster: Ron Scherer, Ben White, Andy McBride, Charles Reese, Randy Smith, Bill Dunbar, Bruce Fowler, Dave Lyles, Mike Roach, Bruce Flores, Bob Freeman, Mike Littin, Bob Spieles 1975-76 Head coach: Dick Honner Roster: Dwight Stewart, Greg Marquette, Lee Liddell, Pat Kirtz, Marty Schroeder, Chuck Crim, Larry Huggins, Doug Alexander, Mike Riley, Ken Fortney, Larry Whitlock, Tom Swartz, Mark Lankey, Tom Strausbaugh, Chuck Fletcher 1976-77 Head coach: Dick Honner Roster: Pat Kirtz, Chuck Fletcher, Terry Cole, Chuck Crim, Ken Fortney, Chuck Frazier, Dave Donley, Mike Diekman, Al Richards, Mike Riley 1978-79 Head coach: Dick Honner Roster: Mark Carr, Jim Welling, Tony Vines, Steve Fortney, Kevin Szenderski, ? Menden, Jim Getz, Mike Artz, Bill Warner, Bart Ferguson, Mike Gorey, Ron Dudley

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Yearly Rosters 1979-80 Head coach: Dick Honner Roster: Bob Gwozdz, Glenn Hill, Scott Simpson, Mark Carr, Bart Ferguson, Kevin Szenderski, Phil Warner, Keith Szenderski, Roger Tarolli, Tim Hamlin, Mike Granberry, Brian Brinkley, Mike Myles, Jim Couch, Dale Carr 1980-81 Head coach: Phil Sinkovich Roster: Brian Brinkley, John Jones, Scott Simpson, Jim Couch, John Powers, Ed Huckaby, Greg Henry, Frank “Calvin” Allison, Lonnie Good, Haywood Landry, Mike Naus, Tim Rudey, Doug Shaffer, Steve Hurlbert 1981-82 Head coach: Phil Sinkovich Roster: Mike Naus, Lonnie Good, Jim Fox, Greg Henry, Joe Fischer, Tim Rudey, Jim Shee, Stan Becker, Wilbur Hill, Dave Simon, Mike Harmon, Mike Uebeeroth, Doug Shaffer 1982-83 Head coach: Phil Sinkovich Roster: Dan Dooley, Solomin Hill, Dennis Brown, Bruce Blake, Steve Huckaby, Dave Freeman, Sam Burton, Tom Nowak, Scott Hemminger, Conrad Szozda, Mike White, Jeff Ziegler 1983-84 Head coach: D.J. Cameron Assistant coaches: Jamie Gill Roster: Victor Truss, Ray Portillo, Curtis Westley, Ricardo “Carlos” Sampson, Arnie Hardy, Dave Freeman, ? Condon, Dennis Brown, Bruce Blake, Scott Hemminger, ? Prouty 1984-85 Head coach: D.J. Cameron Assistant coaches: Jamie Gill Roster: Craig Johnson, Marichal Martin, Tim Condon, Ray Portillo, Ellis Green, Roger Hill, Jeff Taylor, Eric Seaman, Tony Grant, Rick Luman, Lee Files, ? Hohlbein, Pat Walker, Brett Cousin 1985-86 Head coach: Jamie Gill Assistant coaches: Jim Welling Roster: Brian Williams, Joe Smith, Rich Leonard, Tony Grant, Andre Neal, ? Dzienglewski, ? Zorballeeff 1986-87 Head coach: Jim Welling Assistant coaches: Roster: Mark Barnes, Patrick “Bo” Ellis, Troy Gype, John “Jack” Lawrence, Richard Leonard, Donald Martin, Jarrod Mosley, Michael Stahl, Joseph Smith, Jeffrey Turi, Brian Williams, Paul Ziegler

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Yearly Rosters

1987-88 Head coach: Jim Welling

Roster: Tyrone Buck, Tommy L. Butts, Troy Gype, Scott Helmke, Mark Jones, John “Jack” Lawrence, Donald Martin, Michael Stahl, John Stewart, Jeffrey Turi, Michael Williams 1988-89 Head coach: Jim Welling Roster: Vincent “Todd” Alston, John Boyd, Troy Bryant, Tad Cannon, Roy Coleman, Bryan Ellis, John Ernsthausen, Randy Maag, Sean Nickelson, Brad Nieman, Mike Williams, Paul Ziegler, Shawn Wimberly 1989-90 Head coach: Jim Welling Assistant coaches: Paul Svatik Roster: Troy Bryant, Roy Coleman, Bryan Ellis, Mike Williams, Emanuel “Manny” Durden, Daryl Goodman, Lamar Lester, Steve Oman, Otis “Chip” Smith, Garnett Williams, Jim Harris, Steve Hardwick, Eric Jordan, Scott Helmke 1990-91 Head coach: Jim Welling Assistant coaches: Paul Svatik and Curt Connor Roster: Emanuel “Manny” Durden, David Smith, Mike Zellner, R. Earl Martin, Dennis Goodman, Steve Oman, Daryl Goodman, Sean Kirkland, Tom Patterson, Otis “Chip” Smith, Shannon Wymer, Will Meadows 1991-92 Head coach: Jim Welling Assistant coaches: Paul Svatik and Curt Connor Roster: Shane Bechtel, Dan Black, Eric Culliver, J.C. Ehmann, Dennis Goodman, Jim Hollowell, Sean Kirkland, Dave Klem, Jeff Massey, Phil McDaniel, Tom Patterson, Ken Riley, Jason Wade 1992-93 Head coach: Jim Welling Assistant coaches: Paul Svatik and Curt Connor Roster: Corey Allison, Jim Amstutz, Shane Bechtel, Quincy Cloud, Feisal Crumby Jr., Brad Delventhal (RS), John “J.C.” Ehmann, Carey Fouty, Martin Gottfried, Jeff Massey, Kashif Phillips, Ken Samuel, Jason Wade, Jason Walker 1993-94 Head coach: Jim Welling Assistant coaches: Paul Svatik and Curt Connor Roster: Feisal Crumby Jr., Quincy Cloud, Brad Delventhal, Carey Fouty, Corel Gates, Michael Hadley, Damon Hairston, DeNard Mays, Dwight McNeal, Shannon Williams, Shawn Wymer, Matt Horner, Kenny McMillan, Shedrick Murrell

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Yearly Rosters 1994-95 Head coach: Jim Welling Assistant coaches: Paul Svatik and Curt Connor Roster: Jeremy Walker, Brandon Grant, Shawn Wymer, Brad Delventhal, KeVin Roberts, Johntory “J.T.” Reese, Jerry Wells, Todd Hill, Craig Everage, Jason Alston, Marcus Langhorne, Brian Parker, Nate Bonds, Mickey Honas 1995-96 Head coach: Jim Welling Assistant coaches: Paul Svatik and Ed Huckaby Roster: Torrey Coleman, Jeff Finch, Byron Gladden, Todd Hill, Brett Kuron, Wesley Lamb, Marcus Langhorne, Brian Parker, Johntory “J.T.” Reese, KeVin Roberts, Mark Taylor, Jeremy Walker, Jerry Wells, LeVon Graham 1996-97 Head coach: Jim Welling Assistant coaches: Ed Huckaby and Greg Noftz Roster: Shaun Fountain, CJ Captain, James Williams, Brett Kuron, Charles “Chuck” Sharper, Monty Latimer, Anthony Amison, Brian Ponder, Vito Knighton, Antwon Jones, Craig Erquhart, Mickey Honas, Kedran Barnhill, Matt Quayle, Wesley Lamb, Stefhan Allen 1997-98 Head coach: Jim Welling Roster: Shaun Fountain, Rashard Carson, Troy Scott, Albert Kamara Jr., CJ Captain, Pete Paule, Eric Floyd, Brian Ponder, Jonathan Powell, Rick Fox, Craig Erquhart, Kedran Barnhill, Shawn Steele, Michael Turner, Quincy Roberts, Marcus Evans 1998-99 Head coach: Jim Welling Assistant coaches: Leroy King and Greg Noftz Roster: Charles Danzy, Justin Burton, Pete Latkovic, Jason Davis, Chris Workman, Eric Floyd, Billy Royal, Jon Powell, Rick Fox, Brian Myers, Pete Maienknecht, Eddie Sharpe, Wes Miller, Marcus Evans, Justin Fisher, Darnell Jackson 1999-2000 Head coach: Jim Welling Assistant coaches: Leroy King and Jack Trainer Roster: Joe Sheperd, Rodney Hughes, DeAndre Bell, Lamar Chears, Justin Burton, Marcus Evans, Pete Latkovic, Chris Workman, Charles Danzy, Chris Fidler, Lawrence Westbrook, Justin Best, Isaac Hubbard, Brandon Joseph 2000-01 Head coach: Jim Welling Assistant coaches: Leroy King and Jack Trainer Roster: Rodney Hughes, Lamar Chears, Isaac Hubbard, Chris Fidler, Bob McDonald, Doug Whiteman, Jeremy King, Byron Cole, Kevin Thomas, Darrius Hollis, Robert Bankhead, Lamont Ellis, Chris Reid, Daryl Burnett, Kendon Edwards, Danny Schukraft

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Yearly Rosters 2001-02 Head coach: Jim Welling Assistant coaches: Leroy King and Jack Trainer Roster: Anton Smith, Justin Freer, Phil McDaniel, Kendon Edwards, Carlen Pittman, Jim Moore, Ricardo Lucas, Mark Church, JaMar Wesley, Bob McDonald, Lamont Ellis, Branden Joseph, Anthony Kyle, Marques Fobbs 2002-03 Head coach: Jim Welling Assistant coaches: Leroy King and Jack Trainer Roster: Andrew Brown, Terrell Brown, Mark Church, Marques Fobbs, Justin Freer, Ricardo Lucas, Andrae Martin, Kevin Shorter, Dajuan Tate, Kevin Thomas, JaMar Wesley, Noah Williams, Keenan Williams, Raynard “Tito” Alexander, Dantigus Martin, Kevin Jones 2003-04 Head coach: Jim Welling Assistant coaches: Leroy King and Jack Trainer Roster: Terrell Brown, Noah Williams, Anthony Calo, Willie Tisdale Jr., Dominic Perry-Harrison, Cal Davis, Jerimy Robinson, Sean Washington, Thomas Clay, Anton Hubbard, Danny Rose, Jeremy Diekman, Andrae Martin, Terrence Jones, Larry Logan Jr., Ricardo Lucas 2004-05 Head coach: Jim Welling Assistant coaches: Leroy King and Jack Trainer Roster: Jerimy Robinson, Willie Tisdale Jr., Cal Davis, Steve Switzer, Kendrick Miller, Anthony Calo, DeAuntay Scott, Brian Sellers, Larry Logan Jr., Ronnel Isom, Sean Washington, Anton Hubbard, Jeremy Diekman, Zach Diekman, Scott Hughes, Lloyd Kilgore 2005-06 Head coach: Jim Welling Assistant coaches: Leroy King, Jack Trainer and Kevin Skaggs Roster: Julian Logan, Zach Diekman, Brian Sellers, DeAuntay Scott, Vershawn Chears, Jordan Murphy, Chris Trobaugh, Johnny Willhite, Larry White, DeShawn Walker, Majok Chol, Alex Davenport, Keenan Davis, Craig Ash, Devin Washington, Brandon Stephens, Andrew Vroman, Kenny Thomas 2006-07 Head coach: Jack Trainer Assistant coaches: Leroy King and Kevin Skaggs Roster: Julian Logan, DeAndre Hall, Brandon Dawson, David Davis, Chris Trobaugh, Noah Williams, Kyle Lightner, Sedelle Broyles, C.J. Simmons, T.R. Ellis, Gabe Gibbs, Wes Taylor, Blayne Welling, Michael Gibson

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Yearly Rosters 2007-08 Head coach: Kevin Skaggs Assistant coaches: Corey Tucker and Marcus Evans Roster: DeAndre Hall, Justin Manns, T.R. Ellis, David Davis, Wes Taylor, Sedelle Broyles, Brandon Dawson, James Walker, Fletcher Noble, Nick Owens, DeAngelo Jordan, Brandon Drake, Brett McDougle, Verdell Billingsley, Gabe Gibbs 2008-09 Head coach: Kevin Skaggs Assistant coaches: Corey Tucker, Marcus Evans, Gil Guerrero Roster: Fletcher Noble, DeAngelo Jordan, Eric Thomas, Nick Owens, Brandon Drake, Brett McDougle, Justin Manns, Donald Lucious, Tommie Clark, Michael Lee, Chris Wade, Josh Robinson, Ronnie Phillips, Mario Graham, Brew Story 2009-10 Head coach: Kevin Skaggs Assistant coaches: Corey Tucker and Allen Drake Roster: Josh Robinson, Michael Lee, Traymone Camak, Virgil McGuire, Cal Edwards, Tommy Kralovic Jr., Earl Hardison, Jon Dunn, Derrick Sanderfer Jr., Dylan Jablonski, Bruce Huntley, Craig Short, Dalante Heard, Karon Gaines 2010-11 Head coach: Kevin Skaggs Assistant coaches: Travis Lewis and Allen Drake Roster: Tommy Kralovic Jr., Craig Short, Jerron Jamerson, Taronta Cole Jr., Cal Edwards, Derrick Sanderfer Jr., Andrew Scarton, Kesean Kerkulah, Kendall Frank, James Wimberly, Ababacar Ndoye 2011-12 Head coach: Dave Clarke Assistant coaches: Travis Lewis, Carl Thomas, Josh Williams Roster: Taronta Cole Jr., Jerron Jamerson, Jay Marquette, Franklin Lindsey, Kelvin Clark, Jeff Burroughs, Jordan Basinger, James Kelly, Justin Edmonds, Jeremy Weemes, Milan Mabry

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EXPRESS SOCIAL MEDIA

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EXPRESS ATHLETIC FUND

Why give to the Owens Express Athletic Fund? The mission of the Owens Express athletic program is to promote student success. We are proud to have established “A Winning Tradition” both on and off the playing field. Across our eight men’s and women’s athletic teams, we have set a standard for athletic and academic excellence which, over the course of nearly five decades, has resulted in 69 Academic All-Americans, 38 Athletic All-Americans, numerous conference championships and two national championships. Excellence, however, comes at a price. Despite significant public support from the College, the Owens Express athletic program needs regular, private support to ensure that our student-athletes continue to compete at the highest level as well as enjoy an educational environment that fosters achievement.

Giving Levels PLATINUM EXPRESS: $5,000 and up • Two invitations to the Owens Express End of Year Banquet • Lunch with Athletic Director Rudy Yovich and the Owens coach of your choice • Express Athletics sweatshirt • Recognition in all athletic programs and on the Owens Express website • Express Club window cling GOLD EXPRESS: $1,000 - $4,999 • Lunch with Athletic Director Rudy Yovich and the Owens coach of your choice • Express Athletics sweatshirt • Recognition in all athletic programs and on the Owens Express website • Express Club window cling SILVER EXPRESS: $500 - $999 • Express Athletics sweatshirt • Recognition in all athletic programs and on the Owens Express website • Express Club window cling BRONZE EXPRESS: $101 - $499 • Express Athletics T-shirt • Recognition in all athletic programs and on the Owens Express website • Express Club window cling EXPRESS: $25 - $100 • Recognition in all athletic programs and on the Owens Express website • Express Club window cling

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Your support is needed to: • Fund athletic scholarships for those student-athletes who do not receive a College scholarship. • Raise funds for students to take advantage of preseason conditioning and training opportunities as well as to represent the College at regional and national tournaments. Currently, students must raise their own funds to help defray these expenses. • Pay for expenses not fully covered by the College, such as replacement of equipment and maintenance of playing fields. Please consider supporting the Owens Express Athletic Fund today. Your contribution will help build upon our winning tradition. We pledge to be faithful stewards of your money. Sincerely,

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