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University of Illinois Springfield Prairie Stars 2011-12 Basketball Media Guide Quick Facts Table of Contents Name of School:....................... University of Illinois Springfield or UIS Founded:.........................................................................................................1970 Enrollment:...................................................................... 5,174 (Fall 2010) Location:.............................................................Springfield, Ill. (116,250) Colors:.....................................................................Navy Blue/Vegas Gold Affiliation:.............................................................................NCAA Division II Conference:...................................................................Great Lakes Valley Chancellor:..........................................................................Dr. Susan Koch Alma mater:............................................................Dakota State (S.D.) ‘71 Director of Athletics:.................................................................Kim Pate Alma Mater:...........................................................Brevard College (N.C.) ‘03 Sports Information Director:..................................................... Tony Black Office Number:.................................................................... 217-206-8547 Cell Phone:............................................................................ 318-751-3380 2010-11 Record:................................................................................... 8-17 2010-11 GLVC Record:...................................................................... 4-14 Head Coach:....................................................Ben Wierzba (Second Year) Record at UIS:.............................................................................................. 8-17 Career Record:.............................................................................................. 8-17 Assistant Coach:. Jeremy Herring (3rd Year), Chad Harmon (1st Year) Starters Returning/Loss:.....................................................................4/2 Letterman Returning/Loss:................................................................7/5 Gymnasium:.........................The Recreation and Athletic Center (3,000)

Pg. 1.........................................................................................Table of Contents Pg. 2......................................................................................... History of TRAC Pg. 3............................................................Administration and Head Coaches Pg. 4-13....................................................... University of Illinois Springfield Pg. 14-16..................................................... Men’s Basketball Coaching Staff Pg. 17-36..................................................................................The Prairie Stars Pg. 37.................................................................................2010-11 GLVC Recap Pg. 38-47.............................................. UIS NCAA Division II Record Book

The 2011-12 University of Illinois Springfield men’s basketball media guide was written and designed by Sports Information Director Tony Black. Photographs taken by Tony Black, Randy E. Blue and UIS Public Relations. All Rights Reserved. The record book section is strictly from the NCAA Division II era for UIS Athletics 1

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University of Illinois Springfield Prairie Stars 2011-12 Basketball Media Guide The Recreation and Athletic Center is one of the newest facilities in the Great Lakes Valley Conference opening in 2008. It is also the newest athletic facility in the city of Springfield and considered one of the crown jewels in NCAA Division II. The first event in TRAC was Sept. 28, 2008 when the volleyball defeated Stephens College 3-0. The Prairie Star women’s basketball team has a career 13-29 record in TRAC. TRAC is a 74,000 square foot building with three collegiate-length basketball and volleyball courts. It also has a full service fitness center that features a three-lane elevated running track, two racquetball courts that can also convert to squash courts. The recreation and athletic department offices are also housed in the TRAC, along with a state of the art athletic training offices. The training room offers four tables for student-athletes and a whirlpool. Along with hosting intercollegiate athletics and intramurals for UIS, TRAC has also hosted two sell outs for Illinois Boys 2A Super Sectionals. The girls 2A super sectional has also been at near capacity in the last two seasons as well. UIS has also hosted the GLVC Championship Final Four in 2010. Men’s Basketball All-Time at TRAC All-Time Record................................................................................................................................................................................................................................40-21 First Game ............................................................................................................................................................................................Nov. 3, 2007 Viterbo W, 81-59 First Win .....................................................................................................................................................................................................Nov. 3, 2007 Viterbo 81-59 Fifth Win ......................................................................................................................................................................................Jan. 8, 2008 Olivet Nazarene 75-64 10th Win...................................................................................................................................................................................Feb 18, 2008 Missouri Baptist 103-87 20th Win..............................................................................................................................................................................Jan. 22, 2009 Hannibal-LaGrange 83-59 25th Win....................................................................................................................................................................................March 5, 2009 William Woods 74-61 2

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Dr. Susan Koch Chancellor

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Kim Pate Director of Athletics

Scott Reed Associate AD

Hayley Ross Assistant AD

Mike Zandler Baseball

Ben Wierzba Men’s Basketball

Marne Fauser Women’s Basketball

Frank Marsagila Men’s Golf

Nichole Inkel Women’s Golf

Jesse Miech Men’s Soccer

Pete Kowall Women’s Soccer

Mat Mundll Softball

Manny Velasco M&W Tennis

Angie Riggle Volleyball

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Uof I Degree

A rigorous core curriculum, high expectations, and an experience that will prepare you for infinite possibilities. Make no mistake. A U of I degree opens doors.

Personal Professors who know their students. Opportunities to conduct research, learn in internships and lead organizations. You can’t promise any of that when you herd 300 students into a lecture hall. So, we don’t.

Public Service

Engaged

Our location and connections mean there is no better preparation anywhere for careers in government, politics, and public service.

All of our students reach out to the community and the state through volunteerism, applied research and internships. They graduate with a keen understanding of the big picture.

Opportunities Expect to use the technology and contribute to the discussion. Plan to test your career choice in the real world. Join one of our registered student organizations or start a new one. Leave behind your comfort zone.

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Diverse We think of diversity as more than cultural. You will live and learn with 5,000 students who may or may not think like you do. You’ll understand why we believe tolerance, ethical behavior, and grasping the great teachings of democracy are critical outcomes of a college education.


Academic Resources Take advantage of the broad range of services we offer Diversity Center

Career Development Center

The Diversity Center promotes intercultural dialogue and other initiatives to create a campus climate that welcomes diversity and eliminates divisions, intolerance, and stereotyping. We also offer a range of academic and cultural programs that will help you become part of a vital, caring community. www.uis.edu/diversitycenter

Our licensed professional counselors work with each student individually. We can help you find an internship, write your resume and create a job search plan for after graduation. www.uis.edu/careerservices

Undergraduate Academic Advising Center

Center for Teaching and Learning

This center is for all new first year students, sophomores, and undeclared transfer students who want assistance choosing a major. Advisors can help you think about possible careers, identify the classes you’ll need, and prepare for coursework in your major. www.uis.edu/advising

All you have to do is ask. We’ll work with you on writing skills, grammar and usage, math and statistics, software applications, reading, studying and test taking. www.uis.edu/ctl

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Residential Life Approximately 1,100 students live in campus housing every year. Residence Halls Founders Residence Hall is brand new. Lincoln Residence Hall is just ten years old. Freshmen and sophomores live here in two bedroom-one bath suites. When we say we have the most luxurious student housing in the state, we can back that up.

Townhouses Private bedrooms, cathedral ceilings, full kitchens.

Apartments One, two, and four-bedroom furnished apartments are available for upperclassmen and graduate students.

Dining There are 3 meal plans available‌two designed for students in our residence halls, one designed for students who have a kitchen but occasionally want a meal or snack from our modern Food Emporium.

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Perks of UIS Housing

Living Learning Communities

• High speed internet and cable access in every room (UIS is a wireless campus, too) • The Grille Café in Founders Hall – open to all students • Two gourmet coffee shops on campus, including one in the Library • Plenty of washers and dryers • Plenty of parking, even freshmen can bring cars • Close – less than a five minute walk to all classrooms, labs and library • UIS Bookstore conveniently located in Founders Hall • i-Card – cashless purchasing all over campus • Security – staffed front desk, key card access, video monitoring of entrances and exits in residence halls. • Full-time resident directors

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Leadership for Life Service Wing Students take advantage of numerous special opportunities, including leadership training, expanded volunteer opportunities, a once-a-year wilderness retreat, and a community of service-oriented people. Healthy Lifestyles Community Dedicated to holistic wellness and the absence of alcohol, tobacco, and controlled substances as part of a healthy lifestyle. Necessary Steps Upper class mentors are assigned to help first generation college students adapt to the university environment. International House An immersion experience for qualified students who wish to live with other students of multiple countries, cultures, and languages. Adjacent townhouses are set aside for students who choose this option.


Campus Life Make the most of your spare time. Think of it as another form of learning.


Intramurals and Recreation

Office of Volunteerism and Civic Engagement

Competition in several intramural and sport clubs is open to all students. You can also take advantage of fitness and instructional classes, special events, and outings and trips. The Recreation and Athletic Center (TRAC) features a performance arena, basketball and volleyball courts, fitness and weight rooms, handball, squash and racquetball courts, and an indoor running track. www.uis.edu/recsports

How do you cultivate the seeds of ethical and moral thought, and citizen responsibility? By providing opportunities for action. UIS students devote thousands of hours to community service and giving to the local region. www.uis.edu/volunteer

The Arts at UIS The possibilities are endless whether you are performing or just enjoying. The 2,000-seat Sangamon Auditorium offers world-class entertainment and student discounts. The Visual Arts Gallery brings in internationally acclaimed artists and exhibits. UIS Theatre holds open auditions for its many productions. Student musical groups include the UIS Chorus, Band, Chamber Orchestra, World Music Percussion Ensemble, and Native American Flute Circle. www.uis.edu/about/arts

Student Life UIS has more than 85 clubs and organizations, a highly active student government, and student programming opportunities. The best part about the clubs at UIS? If you don’t see what you like, identify a few like-minded students and start a new organization. www.uis.edu/studentlife

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Men’s Baseball, Basketball, Golf, Soccer, Tennis Women’s Basketball, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball The Recreation and Althletic Center (TRAC) • 3,000-seat sports arena • 3 collegiate-length basketball and volleyball courts • Racquetball/squash courts • Elevated running track • Cardio/weight training and exercise facilities

Athletic / Recreational facilities • • • • • • • • • •

Kiwanis Stadium (soccer) UIS Softball Complex UIS Tennis Courts Baseball practice field Cricket Field Disc Golf Course Student Life Building Gymnasium Rec Park South Fields Sport Club Field

Recreational Opportunities • • • • • •

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Things to do Grab a Latte If the two coffee houses on campus aren’t enough, gourmet coffee is sold all over Springfield. Student fave: Café Andiamo

Listen to Live Music There are several venues downtown and around Springfield for live music and clubs. Student fave: Marley’s

Do Some Shopping Everything from folk and fine art to retro clothing to used books is downtown. There’s also White Oaks Mall and a gigantic Scheels Sports. Student fave: Recycled Records

Catch a Movie Screens in Springfield: 28. Student fave: the Drive-In

Go to the Theatre All of Central Illinois comes to campus for Broadway shows and major concert, music and dance productions in the 2,000 seat Sangamon Auditorium, but Springfield’s local theater scene is equally vibrant. Student fave: Hoogland Fine Arts Center

Grab Some Food Name it and Springfield has it – Thai, sushi, steakhouses, Mexican, all-you-can eat buffets, vegetarian. Student favorites include Head West Subs, El Burrito, Coldstone Creamery, B-Dubs, Chipotle Mexican Grill, and any pizza place that delivers. Student fave: Downtown sidewalk dining

Get Your Picture Taken With Lincoln His presence is everywhere. It’s part of Springfield’s charm, history, and economy. Student fave: The Presidential Museum.

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Get Up and Move!

Intercollegiate Athletics Feel the promise of UIS athletics and build on our past (we have three national championships). The Prairie Stars compete in NCAA Division II as a member of the highly competitive Great Lakes Valley Conference. Your teammates will share your passion for sport and your coaches will truly care about your success as both an athlete and a student. In 2010-2011, UIS athletes were named GLVC Players of the Week and several players were All-Conference selections in their respective sports. A total of 93 athletes were named to the Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll for having GPAs of 3.0 or better. Of those 93, 31 had a GPA of 3.5 and six earned 4.0. UIS is equally proud of the caring attitudes of our athletes. In 2010-2011, Prairie Stars athletes donated hundreds of hours of work to charitable projects including: Holiday Stars Canned Food Drive, Ball-Chatham Fun Fair, Habitat for Humanity, Ronald McDonald House, and Make-A-Wish Foundation.

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Springfield Population 120,000 Located at the intersection of Interstates 55 and 72 We’ve been called the quintessential Midwestern city. Not too big, not too small. Friendly people who value their public university and genuinely welcome the students who move here every August. Springfield possesses the energy that comes with being the state capital of Illinois balanced by a relaxed atmosphere defined by a charming downtown and the priceless historic sites that tell the story of the nation’s greatest president.

Transportation It’s easy to get around Springfield by car. Rush hour is virtually non-existent. For students who don’t plan to bring a car, the university is on the metro bus route. You can easily get to downtown or to area shopping centers, including White Oaks Mall. For students seeking a getaway, St. Louis is less than 90 minutes away and Chicago is 3 ½ hours.

Medical Springfield is a regional medical destination, with two full-service hospitals and multi-specialty health centers and clinics.

Recreation • Nine golf courses • Lake Springfield • Miles of bike trails • 28 parks, nature centers and wildlife sanctuaries • Water park • 5K runs and outdoor festivals and theatre productions

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University of Illinois Springfield Prairie Stars 2011-12 Basketball Media Guide

Ben Wierzba Head Coach Farmington, Ill. (SIUE)

Ben Wierzba is in his second season as the head men’s basketball coach at UIS.

In his first year at the helm of the Prairie Stars, Wierzba’s squad won eight contests including four in the Great Lakes Valley Conference. Individually he coached third team all-conference honoree Michael Fakuade who was in the top five of the nation in blocks and rebounds. Off the court, his first UIS team earned a cumulative grade point average of 3.06 in the spring semester.

ville as a member of the GLVC.

Wierzba came to UIS after spending the previous three seasons as an assistant coach at the University of Evansville under head coach Marty Simmons. Prior to joining the Aces, Wierzba spent a season working for Simmons at the University of Southern Illinois-Edwards-

Before making the move to SIU-Edwardsville, Wierzba coached at GLVC member Lewis University for two seasons under head coach Kyle Green. Wierzba’s first foray into NCAA Division I was two seasons as the Director of Basketball Operations at the United States Military Academy in West Point where he worked under Head Coach Jim Crews from 2002-04. His first full-time assistant coaching position came at GLVC member St. Joseph’s College from 2001-02 where coached for one season. Wierzba served as a graduate assistant coach at then-Division II power the University of North Dakota for a season (2000-01) and was a student assistant coach at SIU-Edwardsville (19992000) after his playing career concluded. As a player, Wierzba was an All-GLVC selection as a senior at SIU-Edwardsville after spending his junior season at the University of South Alabama where he helped his team to the NCAA Tournament. Wierzba started his college playing career at Lake Land College where he earned All-Region honors. As a prep, Wierzba was a standout at Farmington High School and was inducted into the Illinois Basketball Coaches’ Hall of Fame for his efforts on the court. As a player, Ben was a member of South Alabama’s 1998 NCAA Tournament team. He transferred to SIU-Edwardsville and was all-Great Lakes Valley Conference in 1999. Coach Wierzba served as a student assistant coach there in 2000 and later coached at the University of North Dakota, Saint Joseph’s College and Lewis University before joining Coach Crews’ staff at West Point. Wierzba comes from a basketball family. His father, Tom, recently retired as head coach at Farmington High School and is a member of the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. Wierzba’s younger brother, Rhet, served two years as director of basketball operations at the University of Evansville, coached at the University of Maryland and is now an assistant coach at Mercer University. Wierzba graduated from Southern Illinois-Edwardsville in 2000 and married the former Liz McMurray in August 2011. The couple resides in Springfield.

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Jeremy Herring Assistant Head Coach Elkhart, Ind. (IUSB)

Jeremy Herring is in his third season as an assistant coach with the University of Illinois Springfield Men’s Basketball program. During his time in Springfield, Herring has helped the program’s move into NCAA Division II and the Great Lakes Valley Conference. His duties with the Prairie Stars include on-the-court coaching, game planning and all aspects of recruiting. Herring came to UIS after serving as an assistant coach at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Ill. Herring began his coaching career in the summer of 2008 as an assistant with the Elkhart Express of the International Basketball League. For his efforts, he was selected by President/Head Coach Daimon Beathea to represent the Elkhart Express coaching staff on the 2008 IBL Eastern Conference All-Star Team. Herring captured 2003 CCAC Freshman of the Year, 2004 CCAC Honorable Mention, 2005 CCAC First Team, and 2007 CCAC First Team honors in his collegiate playing career at Indiana University-South Bend. He graduated as the program’s all-time leading rebounder and third all-time leading scorer. Herring played professionally for one season with the Elkhart Express and won the 2007 IBL World Championship over the Portland Chinooks. He recorded season-highs of 18 points and 14 rebounds. Herring graduated in 2007 from Indiana University-South Bend with a B.A. in Mass Communication and received his M.A. in Organizational Leadership from Olivet Nazarene University.

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Chad Harmon Assistant Coach Cincinnati, Ohio (Evansville)

Chad Harmon is in his first year as a member of the UIS men’s basketball coaching staff.

Harmon joined the Prairie Stars after spending the past two seasons as an assistant coach at Lincoln College in Lincoln, Ill.

team All-American.

Harmon experienced success with the Lynx as he helped them to consecutive national championships in both 2010 and 2011. While in Lincoln, Harmon coached the NJCAA Division II Player of the Year and a first

Harmon’s duties with the Lynx included braking down game film, preparing scouting reports and running the scout team. He also helped plan road trips and was involved with all aspects of recruiting. Prior to his stint at Lincoln, Harmon was a student manager and later a student assistant coach under both Steve Merfeld and Marty Simmons at the University of Evansville. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Harmon graduated in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Educational Studies from the University of Evansville.

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1 Lester Hart 6-1 Senior Guard Decatur , Ill. (Parkland CC) About Lester Hart Click Here for Full Bio Notes on Hart... Scored 20 or more points twice...

Favorite TV Show... SportsCenter, Martin and Jamie Foxx Favorite Pig Out Food...

Made at least one three-point field goal in 22- McDonalds of-24 contests... Hit 10 field goals against Rockhurst... Made nine straight free throws... Played over 20 minutes in 20-of-24 games...

Favorite Athlete Growing Up... Michael Jordan and Allen Iverson Celebrity Crush... Nicki Minaj

Saw 42 minutes of action at Saint Joseph’s...

Favorite Home Cooked Meal... Did not foul out of a single game in 2010-11... Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, Corn Bread and greens. Scored in double figures in six of the first seven games... Favorite Movie...

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2 Keith Smith 5-6 Junior Guard Chicago , Ill. (Northern Illinois) About Keith Smith Click Here for Full Bio Notes on Smith... Played in 25 games... Missed just six free throws...

Favorite TV Show... The Fresh Prince of Bel Air Favorite Restaurant... Sharks

Ended the season by hitting six straight from Favorite Athlete Growing Up... the line...

Allen Iverson

Nine assists against Eureka ranks third in D2 era... Celebrity Crush... Had an assist in 19-of-25 games...

Lauren London

Did not commit a turnover in four straight Favorite Home Cooked Meal... Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes and green games... Forced opponents into 16 turnovers...

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Guilty Pleasure...

Scored nine points at Quincy for a season- Shopping high... 19

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3 Kevin Pettiford 5-10 Junior Guard Belleville , Ill. (Kaskaskia CC) About Kevin Pettiford Click Here for Full Bio Favorite TV Show... Martin

Favorite Pig Out Food... Chicken Tenders

Favorite Restaurant... Penn Station

Favorite Movie... The Dark Night

Favorite Athlete Growing Up... Allen Iverson

Favorite Musician... Kenny G

Celebrity Crush... Janet Jackson

Why Did You Choose UIS... The Academics

Favorite Home Cooked Meal... Gumbo 21

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5 West Dawson 6-5 Junior Forward Decatur , Ill. (Lincoln CC) About West Dawson Click Here for Full Bio Favorite TV Show... Martin

Favorite Pig Out Food... Steak and Shake

Favorite Restaurant... Buffalo Wild Wings

Favorite Movie... Above the Rim and House Party 3

Favorite Athlete Growing Up... Michael Jordan and Allen Iverson

Favorite Musician... Lil Wayne and 2 Pac

Celebrity Crush... Nicki Minaj, Rihanna and Trina

Why Did You Choose UIS... Family and Friends could come see me play

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11 Kentrell King 6-0 Freshman Guard Chicago , Ill. (Crete Monee) About Kentrell King Click Here for Full Bio

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Favorite TV Show... The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Favorite Pig Out Food... McDonalds

Favorite Restaurant... IHOP

Favorite Movie... Training Day

Favorite Athlete Growing Up... Frank Thomas

Favorite Musician... Lil Wayne and Adele

Celebrity Crush... Keyisha Cole

Why Did You Choose UIS... Compete in a good conference and the U of I degree

Favorite Home Cooked Meal... Macaroni and Cheese

Guilty Pleasure... Honeybuns www.UISPrairieStars.com


12 Kyle Gupton 6-2 Junior Guard Ypsilanti, Mich. (Henry Ford) About Kyle Gupton Click Here for Full Bio Favorite TV Show... Favorite Pig Out Food... The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Mozzarella Sticks Everybody Hates Chris Favorite Movie... Favorite Restaurant... Coming to America Red Robin Favorite Musician... My dad Favorite Athlete Growing Up... Baron Davis Why Did You Choose UIS... Great opportunity Celebrity Crush... Meagan Good Favorite Home Cooked Meal... Pizza Lasagna 24

Guilty Pleasure... Speeding

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22 Jermaine Love-Roberts 6-2 Senior Guard

Chicago Heights, Ill. (Prairie StateCC) About Jermaine Love-Roberts Click Here for Full Bio Notes on Love-Roberts... Played in 24 games with 19 starts... Made over five free throws in a game seven times...

Favorite Pig Out Food... Wendy’s

Hit 12 free throws in a game, which tied a school record...

Favorite Athlete Growing Up... Michael Jordan

First UIS men’s basketball player to go 12-for12 from the line in the D2 era...

Celebrity Crush... Keri Hilson

Scored 24 points against Quincy, which ranks seventh all-time... Made seven field goals in three different contest... Had one steal in at least 13 games... 25

Favorite TV Show... All the shows on the USA Network

Favorite Home Cooked Meal... Baked chicken, mashed potatoes, broccoli and corn bread Favorite Musician... Trell Love, J Cole and Jay Z www.UISPrairieStars.com


23 Chigozie Umeadi 6-5 Junior Forward Bellwood, Ill. (UW-Green Bay) About Chigozie Umeadi Click Here for Full Bio Notes on Umeadi... Named GLVC Player of the Week... Made 24 field goals in first four games... Started first eight games... The 12 made are also the most taken and made without missing... Grabbed five or more rebounds in seven game... Was perfect from the line in six games.... Played over 30 minutes in six games... Had 15 offensive rebounds in first three games... 27

Favorite TV Show... Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Martin Favorite Pig Out Food... Ribs Favorite Athlete Growing Up... Michael Jordan Celebrity Crush... Stacey Dash Favorite Home Cooked Meal... Jell of rice and Chicken Favorite Musician... Ricky Rozay www.UISPrairieStars.com


25 Brandon Snowden 6-0 Sophomore Guard Chicago, Ill. (Richards) About Brandon Snowden Click Here for Full Bio Notes on Snowden... Started eight of the last 11 games of the season... Scored in double figures four times...

Favorite TV Show... America’s Funniest Videos Favorite Pig Out Food... Fries

Made a season-best eight free throws against Saint Joseph’s...

Favorite Athlete Growing Up... Michael Jordan

Has a streak of at least one made field goal in 14 straight games...

Celebrity Crush... Meagan Good

Forced opponents into 36 turnovers... Had a string of an assist in four consectuive games.... Grabbed seven rebounds twice...

Favorite Home Cooked Meal... Lasagne Favorite Musician... Lil Wayne

Had 20 minutes or more of action in 10 games... 29

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32 Michael Fakuade 6-7 Senior Forward Chicago, Ill. (Northern Illinois) About Michael Fakuade Click Here for Full Bio Notes on Fakuade... Second in the GLVC with nine double-doubles... Opened the season with five straight doubledoubles... The all-time leader at UIS in blocked shots... Scored over 20 points twice... Made 10 field goals at Saint Joseph’s, which tied a school record... Hit 11 free throws at Lewis.... Had a blocked shot in all 21 games played... Pulled down 16 rebounds twice, which is also a school record... 31

Favorite TV Show... ESPN Favorite Pig Out Food... Wendy’s Favorite Athlete Growing Up... Michael Jordan Celebrity Crush... Christina Millian Favorite Home Cooked Meal... Nigerian food Favorite Musician... J. Cole www.UISPrairieStars.com


33 Chase Brinkley 6-1 Junior Guard Paris, Ill. (Olney CC) About Chase Brinkley Click Here for Full Bio Favorite TV Show... Friday Night Lights

Favorite Pig Out Food... Wings

Favorite Restaurant... Olive Gardne

Favorite Movie... Wedding Crashers

Favorite Athlete Growing Up... Michael Jordan

Favorite Musician... Roscoe Dash

Celebrity Crush... Jennifer Aniston

Why Did You Choose UIS... Close to home

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34 Jaime Burkard 6-8 Sophomore Forward Fort Wanye, Ind. (Northrop) About Jamie Burkard Click Here for Full Bio Notes on Burkard... Played season-high 16 minutes at Drury... Grabbed six rebounds in back-to-back games... Had two offensive rebounds in back-to-back games... Had one field goal in first three games of season... Scored career-high four points against Northwood and Hillsdale... Dished an assist against Northwood... Had steals in two straight contests as well...

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Favorite TV Show... The Walking Dead Favorite Pig Out Food... Sour Patch Kids Favorite Athlete Growing Up... Michael Jordan Celebrity Crush... Bree Olson Favorite Home Cooked Meal... Chicken fingers Favorite Musician... Drake 2011-12 UIS Prairie Star Men’s Basketball


54 Dylan Sparkman 6-10 Freshman Forward East Peoria, Ill. (East Peoria) About Dylan Sparkman Click Here for Full Bio Favorite TV Show... Tosh . O

Favorite Pig Out Food... Macaroni and Cheese

Favorite Restaurant... Flat Top

Favorite Movie... Legend of Ron Burgandy: Anchorman

Favorite Athlete Growing Up... Sammy Sosa Celebrity Crush... Taylor Swift Favorite Home Cooked Meal... Steak and potatoes 36

Favorite Musician... Zac Brown Band Why Did You Choose UIS... Felt like home Guilty Pleasure... Grandma’s Texas Cake

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East Bellarmine Southern Indiana Northern Kentucky Indianapolis Kentucky Wesleyan West Drury Missouri-St. Louis Rockhurst Missouri S&T Maryville North Quincy Lewis Saint Joseph’s Wisconsin-Parkside Illinois Springfield

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Pct. Streak

GLVC Championship Bellarmine 72 vs. Rockhurst 52 Southern Indiana 92 vs. Wisconsin-Parkside 64 17-1 .944 33-2 .943 W9 Drury 67 vs. Saint Joseph's 61 14-4 .778 24-6 .800 L2 Lewis 69 vs. Indianapolis 67 12-6 .667 21-9 .700 L1 Northern Kentucky 75 vs. Quincy 70 12-6 .667 19-9 .679 L2 Kentucky Wesleyan 99 vs. Missouri-St. Louis 58 Drury 72 vs. Lewis 58 10-8 .556 19-10 .655 L2 Kentucky Wesleyan 91 vs. Northern Kentucky 89 Southern Indiana 88 vs. Drury 74 Bellarmine 86 vs. Kentucky Wesleyan 73 13-5 .722 23-8 .742 L1 Bellarmine 87 vs. Southern Indiana 81 10-8 .556 16-11 .593 L1 NCAA Midwest Regional 6-12 .333 8-19 .296 L2 First Round Bellarmine 84 vs. Indianapolis 70 First Round Wayne State 88 vs. Ferris State 90 3-15 .167 7-18 .280 L3 Northern Kentucky 76 vs. Kentucky Wesleyan 74 3-15 .167 7-19 .269 W1 First Round First Round Southern Indiana 64 vs. Drury 65 Second Round Bellarmine 87 vs. Northern Kentucky 82 Second Round Ferris State 83 vs. Drury 76 9-9 .500 16-11 .593 L1 Regional Finals Bellarmine 85 Ferris State 66 9-9 .500 17-14 .548 L1 NCAA Elite Eight Quarter Finals Bellarmine 70 vs. Midwestern State 64 7-11 .389 11-16 .407 L2 Semi Finals Bellarmine 81 vs. Minnesota State Mankato 74 6-12 .333 9-18 .333 L1 National Championship Bellarmine 71 vs. BYU-Hawaii 68 4-14 .222 8-17 .320 W2

ALL-GLVC FIRST TEAM Darius Adams Gerald Fulton Braydon Hobbs Jeremy Kendle Mohamed Ntumba

Indianapolis Missouri-St. Louis Bellarmine Bellarmine Southern Indiana

ALL-GLVC SECOND TEAM Alex Hall JaJuan Maxwell Dennis Thomas CJ Trotter Anthony Young

Drury Drury Lewis Southern Indiana Kentucky Wesleyan

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Overall

First Round First Round First Round First Round First Round First Round Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Semifinals Semifinals Championship

ALL-GLVC THIRD TEAM Justin Benedetti Chris Dowe Josh Edmonds Malcolm Eleby Michael Fakuade Kevin Gant Cardell McFarland Dennon Mitchell Adrian Moss Josh Tabb

Bellarmine Bellarmine Quincy Northern Kentucky Illinois Springfield Southern Indiana Kentucky Wesleyan Drury Indianapolis Northern Kentucky

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University of Illinois Springfield Prairie Stars 2011-12 Basketball Media Guide221 1. Zach Lewis (28-65) 5. Chigozie Umeadi 2009-present

Points 1. Brandon Farmer 2. Richard Oruche 3. Chigozie Umeadi 4. Ryan Thornton Michael Fakuade 6. Lester Hart 7. Jermiane Love-Roberts 8. Zach Lewis 9. Justin Sims 10. Kendall Burrage

2009-11 2009-10 2009-present 2009-11 2010-present 2010-present 2010-present 2009-10 2009-10 2009-11

487 456 289 272 272 253 247 215 204 193

Scoring average 1. Richard Oruche 2. Michael Fakuade 3. Lester Hart 4. Jermaine Love-Roberts 5. Brandon Farmer 6. Zach Lewis 7. Justin Sims 8. Ryan Thornton 9. Steffen Spinks 10. Chigozie Umeadi

2009-10 2010-present 2010-present 2010-present 2009-11 2009-10 2009-10 2009-11 2009-11 2009-present

19.8 13.0 10.5 10.3 9.9 9.3 9.3 6.5 6.3 6.3

FIELD GOALS (CAREER) Field goals made 1. Brandon Farmer 2. Richard Oruche 3. Chigozie Umeadi 4. Michael Fakuade 5. Lester Hart 6. Ryan Thornton 7. Zach Lewis 8. Justin Sims 9. Jermiane Love-Roberts 10. Kendall Burrage

2009-11 2009-10 2009-present 2010-present 2010-present 2009-11 2009-10 2009-10 2010-present 2009-11

163 151 107 101 93 89 86 78 76 64

Field goals attempted 1. Brandon Farmer 2. Richard Oruche 3. Ryan Thornton 4. Lester Hart

2009-11 2009-10 2009-11 2010-present

405 322 249 230

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6. Michael Fakuade 7. Justin Sims 8. Zach Lewis 9. Kendall Burrage 10. Jermaine Roberts-Love

2010-present 2009-10 2009-10 2009-11 2010-present

Field goal percentage (minimum 5 made) 1. Carl Hayes (6-8) 2009-10 2. Damiko Reese (12-20) 2009-10 3. Michael Fakuade (101-192) 2010-present 4. Zach Lewis (86-175) 2009-10 5. Brandon Snowden (49-101) 2010-present 6. Chigozie Umeadi (107-221) 2009-present 7. Richard Oruche (151-322) 2009-10 8. Jermaine Roberts-Love (76-165) 2010-present 9. Caleb Sutton (17-37) 2009-10 10. Steffen Spinks (62-135) 2009-11 3-POINT FIELD GOALS (CAREER) 3-point field goals made 1. Ryan Thornton 2009-11 2. Brandon Farmer 2009-11 3. Richard Oruche 2009-10 4. Lester Hart 2010-present 5. Kendall Burrage 2009-11 6. Zach Lewis 2009-10 7. Justin Sims 2009-10 8. Derrick Tribble 2009-10 9. Jermaine Roberts-Love 2010-present 10. Steffen Spinks 2009-11 3-point field goals attempted 1. Ryan Thornton 2009-11 2. Brandon Farmer 2009-11 3. Lester Hart 2010-present 4. Richard Oruche 2009-10 5. Kendall Burrage 2009-11 6. Zach Lewis 2009-10 7. Justin Sims 2009-10 8. Steffen Spinks 2009-11 9. Jermai Roberts-Love 2010-present 10. Derrick Tribble 2009-10 3-point FG percentage (minimum 5 made)

192 182 175 172 165 .750 .600 .526 .491 .485 .484 .469 .461 .459 .459

77 57 47 40 33 28 20 18 17 14 199 143 127 119 88 65 57 48 46 45

2009-10 2. . Derrick Tribble (18-45) 2009-10 3. Brandon Farmer (57-143) 2009-11 4. Richard Oruche (47-119) 2009-10 5. Ryan Thornton (77-199) 2009-11 6. Kendall Burrage (33-88) 2009-11 7. Jermaine Roberts-Love (17-46) 2010-present 8. Justin Sims (20-57) 2009-10 9. Lester Hart (40-127) 2010-present 10. Steffen Spinks (14-48) 2009-11

.431 .400 .399 .395 .387 .375 .370 .351 .315 .292

FREE THROWS (CAREER) Free throws made 1. Richard Oruche 2. Brandon Farmer 3. Jermaine Roberts-Love 4. Chigozie Umeadi 5. Michael Fakuade 6. Brandon Snowden 7. Steffen Spinks Kendall Burrage 9. Justin Sims 10. Lester Hart

2009-10 2009-11 2010-present 2009-present 2010-present 2010-present 2009-11 2009-11 2009-10 2010-present

107 104 78 72 67 40 32 32 28 27

Free throws attempted 1. Brandon Farmer 2. Richard Oruche 3. Chigozie Umeadi 4. Michael Fakuade 5. Jermaine Roberts-Love 6. Brandon Snowden 7. Steffen Spinks 8. Kendall Burrage 9. Lester Hart 10. Justin Sims

2009-11 2009-10 2009-present 2010-present 2010-present 2010-present 2009-11 2009-11 2010-present 2009-10

136 133 121 100 93 62 55 45 42 40

Free throw percentage (minimum 5 made) 1. Zach Lewis (15-16) 2009-10 2. Jermaine Roberts-Love (78-93)2010-11 3. Ryan Thornton (17-21) 2009-11 4. Richard Oruche (107-133) 2009-10 5. Brandon Farmer (104-136) 2009-11 6. Kendall Burrage (32-45) 2009-11 7. Justin Sims (28-40) 2009-10

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8. Derrick Tribble (11-16) 9. Michael Fakuade (67-100) 10. Caleb Sutton (12-18) Keith Smith (12-18) REBOUNDING (CAREER) Rebounds 1. Michael Fakuade 2. Brandon Farmer 3. Chigozie Umeadi 4. Richard Oruche 5. DeAndre Miranda 6. Justin Sims 7. Ryan Thornton 8. Jermaine Roberts-Love 9. Zach Lewis 10. Brandon Snowden

2009-10 2010-present 2009-10 2010-present

2010-present 2009-11 2009-present 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2009-11 2010-present 2009-10 2010-present

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195 193 146 133 131 96 93 92 76 75

Rebounding average (minimum 5 games) 1. Michael Fakuade 2010-present 2. Richard Oruche 2009-10 3. DeAndre Miranda 2009-10 4. Justin Sims 2009-10 5. Brandon Farmer 2009-11 6. Jermaine Roberts-Love 2010-present 7. Zach Lewis 2009-10 8. Chigozie Umeadi 2009-present 9. Matt Reynolds 2009-10 10. Brandon Snowden 2010-present

9.3 5.8 5.5 4.4 3.9 3.8 3.3 3.2 3.0 3.0

Defensive rebounds 1. Brandon Farmer 2. Michael Fakuade 3. DeAndre Miranda 4. Chigozie Umeadi 5. Richard Oruche 6. Ryan Thornton 7. Justin Sims 8. Jermai Roberts-Love 9. Zach Lewis 10. Matt Reynolds

156 117 92 87 83 72 70 66 51 48

2009-11 2010-present 2009-10 2009-present 2009-10 2009-11 2009-10 2010-present 2009-10 2009-10

Defense rebound avg (minimum 5 games) 39

2. DeAndre Miranda 3. Richard Oruche 4. Brandon Farmer Justin Sims 6. Jermaine Roberts-Love 7. Zach Lewis Damiko Reese 9. Matt Reynolds 10. Chigozie Umeadi

2009-10 2009-10 2009-11 2009-10 2010-present 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2009-11

3.8 3.6 3.2 3.2 2.8 2.2 2.2 2.0 1.9

Offensive rebounds 1. Michael Fakuade 2. Chigozie Umeadi 3. Richard Oruche 4. DeAndre Miranda 5. Brandon Farmer 6. Brandon Snowden 7. Steffen Spinks 8. Kendall Burrage 9. Justin Sims Jermaine Roberts-Love

2010-present 2009-present 2009-10 2009-10 2009-11 2010-present 2009-11 2009-11 2009-10 2010-present

78 59 50 39 37 32 28 27 26 26

Offense rebound avg (minimum 5 games) 1. Michael Fakuade 2010-present 2. Richard Oruche 2009-10 3. DeAndre Miranda 2009-10 4. Chigozie Umeadi 2009-present Brandon Snowden 2010-present 6. Justin Sims 2009-10 7. Zach Lewis 2009-10 8. Jermaine Roberts-Love 2010-present 9. Matt Reynolds 2009-10 Steffen Spinks 2009-11

3.7 2.2 1.6 1.3 1.3 1.2 1.1 1.1 1.0 1.0

ASSISTS (CAREER) Assists 1. Brandon Farmer 2. Richard Oruche 3. Derrick Tribble 4. Chigozie Umeadi 5. Keith Smith 6. Steffen Spinks 7. DeAndre Miranda

219 52 51 45 44 32 28

2009-11 2009-10 2009-10 2009-present 2010-present 2009-11 2009-10

2010-present 2009-10 2009-10 2010-present

26 25 24 24

Assists average (minimum 5 games) 1. Brandon Farmer 2009-11 2. Richard Oruche 2009-10 3. Derrick Tribble 2009-10 4. Keith Smith 2010-present 5. Steffen Spinks 2009-11 6. DeAndre Miranda 2009-10 7. Zach Lewis 2009-10 8. Brandon Snowden 2010-present Matt Reynolds 2009-10 Jermaine Roberts-Love 2010-present

4.5 2.3 2.1 1.8 1.2 1.2 1.1 1.0 1.0 1.0

BLOCKED SHOTS (CAREER) Blocked shots 1. Michael Fakuade 2. DeAndre Miranda 3. Chigozie Umeadi 4. Justin Sims 5. Caleb Sutton Matt Reynolds Steffen Spinks 8. Zach Lewis 9. Brandon Farmer 10. Ryan Thornton Lester Hart

2010-present 2009-10 2009-present 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2009-11 2009-10 2009-11 2009-11 2010-present

73 19 15 9 5 5 5 4 3 2 2

Blocked shots average 1. Michael Fakuade 2. DeAndre Miranda 3. Justin Sims 4. Chigozie Umeadi 5. Caleb Sutton Matt Reynolds Steffen Spinks Zach Lewis Damiko Reese 10. Lester Hart

2010-present 2009-10 2009-10 2009-present 2009-10 2009-10 2009-11 2009-10 2009-10 2010-present

3.5 0.8 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.1

9. Zach Lewis 10. Matt Reynolds Jermaine Roberts-Love

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Steals 1. Brandon Farmer 2. Brandon Snowden 3. Chigozie Umeadi 4. Richard Oruche Jermaine Love-Roberts 6. Keith Smith Kendall Burrage 8. Steffen Spinks 9. Derrick Tribble Michael Fakuade

2009-11 2010-present 2009-present 2009-10 2010-present 2010-present 2009-11 2009-11 2009-10 2010-present

45 36 25 23 23 16 16 15 14 14

Steals average 1. Brandon Snowden 2. Richard Oruche Jermaine Love-Roberts 4. Brandon Farmer 5. Michael Fakuade 6. Keith Smith Derrick Tribble Steffen Spinks 9. Chigozie Umeadi Zach Lewis

2010-present 2009-10 2010-present 2009-11 2010-present 2010-present 2009-10 2009-11 2009-present 2009-10

1.4 1.0 1.0 0.9 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.5

PARTICIPATION (CAREER) Games played 1. Brandon Farmer 2. Chigozie Umeadi 3. Kendall Burrage 4. Ryan Thornton 5. Steffen Spinks 6. Keith Smith Brandon Snowden 8. Lester Hart Jermaine Love-Roberts Matt Reynolds DeAndre Miranda Derrick Tribble Games started 1. Brandon Farmer 2. Matt Reynolds 3. Chigozie Umeadi 4. Richard Oruche 40

2009-11 2009-present 2009-11 2009-11 2009-11 2010-11 2010-present 2010-present 2010-present 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2009-11 2009-10 2009-present 2009-10

49 46 43 42 27 25 25 24 24 24 24 24 48 23 21 20

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Jermaine Love-Roberts Steffen Spinks DeAndre Miranda Zach Lewis Lester Hart

2010-present 2009-11 2009-10 2009-10 2010-present

19 18 17 15 15

SCORING (SEASON) Points 1. Richard Oruche 2. Michael Fakuade 3. Lester Hart 4. Brandon Farmer Jermaine Love-Roberts 6. Brandon Farmer 7. Zach Lewis 8. Justin Sims 9. Chigozie Umeadi 10. Ryan Thornton

2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10

456 272 253 247 247 240 215 204 182 179

Scoring average 1. Richard Oruche 2. Michael Fakuade 3. Lester Hart 4. Jermaine Love-Roberts Brandon Farmer 6. Brandon Farmer 7. Zach Lewis 8. Justin Sims 9. Ryan Thornton 10. Chigozie Umeadi

2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11

19.8 13.0 10.5 10.3 10.3 9.6 9.3 9.3 7.5 7.3

FIELD GOALS (SEASON) Field goals made 1. Richard Oruche 2. Michael Fakuade 3. Lester Hart 4. Zach Lewis 5. Brandon Farmer 6. Brandon Farmer 7. Justin Sims 8. Jermaine Love-Roberts 9. Chigozie Umeadi 10. Steffen Spinks

2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11

151 101 93 86 83 80 78 76 65 60

Field goals attempted 1. Richard Oruche 2. Lester Hart 3. Brandon Farmer 4. Brandon Farmer 5. Michael Fakuade 6. Justin Sims 7. Zach Lewis 8. Jermaine Roberts-Love 9. Ryan Thornton 10. Chigozie Umeadi

2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11

322 230 212 193 192 182 175 165 148 143

Field goal percentage 1. Carl Hayes 2. Damiko Reese 3. Chigozie Umeadi 4. Michael Fakuade 5. Zach Lewis 6. Brandon Snowden 7. Richard Oruche 8. Jermaine Love-Roberts 9. Caleb Sutton 10. Chigozie Umeadi

2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11

.750 .600 .538 .526 .491 .485 .469 .461 .459 .455

3-POINT FIELD GOALS (SEASON) 3-point field goals made 1. Ryan Thornton 2009-10 2. Richard Oruche 2009-10 3. Lester Hart 2010-11 4. Brandon Farmer 2010-11 5. Zach Lewis 2009-10 6. Ryan Thornton 2010-11 Brandon Farmer 2009-10 8. Kendall Burrage 2010-11 9. Justin Sims 2009-10 10. Derrick Tribble 2009-10

53 47 40 33 28 24 24 22 20 18

3-point field goals attempted 1. Lester Hart Ryan Thornton 3. Richard Oruche 4. Brandon Farmer 5. Ryan Thornton

2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11

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6. Zach Lewis 7. Brandon Farmer 8. Kendall Burrage 9. Justin Sims 10. Steffen Spinks

2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11

3-point FG percentage 1. Zach Lewis (28-65) 2009-10 2. Brandon Farmer (33-79) 2010-11 3. Ryan Thornton (53-127) 2009-10 4. Derrick Tribble (18-45) 2009-10 5. Richard Oruche (47-119) 2009-10 6. Kendall Burrage (11-29) 2009-10 7. Brandon Farmer (24-64) 2009-10 8. Kendall Burrage (22-59) 2010-11 9. Jermaine Love-Roberts(17-46)2010-11 10. Justin Sims (20-57) 2009-10

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.431 .418 .417 .400 .395 .379 .375 .373 .370 .351

FREE THROWS (SEASON) Free throws made 1. Richard Oruche 2. Jermaine Love-Roberts 3. Michael Fakuade 4. Brandon Farmer 5. Chigozie Umeadi 6. Brandon Farmer 7. Brandon Snowden 8. Steffen Spinks 9. Justin Sims 10. Lester Hart

2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11

107 78 67 57 49 47 40 32 28 27

Free throws attempted 1. Richard Oruche 2. Michael Fakuade 3. Jermaine Love-Roberts 4. Chigozie Umeadi 5. Brandon Farmer 6. Brandon Snowden 7. Brandon Farmer 8. Steffen Spinks 9. Lester Hart 10. Justin Sims Chigozie Umeadi

2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10

133 100 93 81 78 62 58 55 42 40 40

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Free throw percentage (minimum 5 made) 1. Zach Lewis 2009-10 2. Jermaine Love-Roberts 2010-11 3. Ryan Thornton 2010-11 4. Brandon Farmer 2010-11 5. Richard Oruche 2009-10 6. Ryan Thornton 2009-10 7. Kendall Burrage 2010-11 8. Brandon Farmer 2009-10 9. Justin Sims 2009-10 10. Derrick Tribble 2009-10

.938 .839 .818 .810 .805 .800 .786 .731 .700 .688

REBOUNDING (SEASON) Rebounds 1. Michael Fakuade 2. Richard Oruche 3. DeAndre Miranda 4. Brandon Farmer 5. Justin Sims 6. Jermaine Love-Roberts 7. Chigozie Umeadi 8. Zach Lewis 9. Brandon Snowden 10. Brandon Farmer

2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10

195 133 131 119 96 92 86 76 75 74

Rebounding average 1. Michael Fakuade 2. Richard Oruche 3. DeAndre Miranda 4. Brandon Farmer 5. Justin Sims 6. Jermaine Love-Roberts 7. Chigozie Umeadi 8. Zach Lewis 9. Brandon Farmer 10. Matt Reynolds

2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10

9.3 5.8 5.5 4.8 4.4 3.8 3.4 3.3 3.1 3.0

Defensive rebounds 1. Michael Fakuade 2. Brandon Farmer 3. DeAndre Miranda 4. Richard Oruche 5. Justin Sims

2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10

117 103 92 83 70

6. Jermaine Love-Roberts 7. Chigozie Umeadi 8. Brandon Farmer 9. Zach Lewis 10. Matt Reynolds

2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10

66 59 53 51 48

Defense rebound avg. 1. Michael Fakuade 2. Brandon Farmer 3. DeAndre Miranda 4. Richard Oruche 5. Justin Sims 6. Jermaine Love-Roberts 7. Chigozie Umeadi Zach Lewis Brandon Farmer Damiko Reese

2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10

5.6 4.1 3.8 3.6 3.2 2.8 2.4 2.2 2.2 2.2

Offensive rebounds 1. Michael Fakuade 2. Richard Oruche 3. DeAndre Miranda 4. Chigozie Umeadi Brandon Snowden 6. Chigozie Umeadi Steffen Spinks 8. Jermaine Love-Roberts Justin Sims 10. Matt Reynolds Zach Lewis

2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10

78 50 39 32 32 27 27 26 26 25 25

Offense rebound avg. 1. Michael Fakuade 2. Richard Oruche 3. DeAndre Miranda 4. Chigozie Umeadi 5. Brandon Snowden 6. Justin Sims 7. Zach Lewis Jermaine Love-Roberts Chigozie Umeadi Steffen Spinks

2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11

3.7 2.2 1.6 1.5 1.3 1.2 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1

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University of Illinois Springfield Prairie Stars 2011-12 Basketball Media Guide ASSISTS (SEASON) Assists 1. Brandon Farmer 2. Brandon Farmer 3. Richard Oruche 4. Derrick Tribble 5. Keith Smith 6. Steffen Spinks 7. DeAndre Miranda 8. Brandon Snowden 9. Chigozie Umeadi Zach Lewis Assists average 1. Brandon Farmer 2. Brandon Farmer 3. Richard Oruche 4. Derrick Tribble 5. Keith Smith 6. Steffen Spinks 7. DeAndre Miranda 8. Zach Lewis 9. Brandon Snowden 10. Chigozie Umeadi Matt Reynolds Jermaine Love-Roberts BLOCKED SHOTS (SEASON) Blocked shots 1. Michael Fakuade 2. DeAndre Miranda 3. Justin Sims 4. Chigozie Umeadi 5. Chigozie Umeadi 6. Caleb Sutton Matt Reynolds Steffen Spinks 9. Zach Lewis 10. Brandon Farmer Lester Hart Ryan Thornton Blocked shots average 42

2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10

124 95 52 51 44 32 28 26 25 25

2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11

5.0 4.0 2.3 2.1 1.8 1.3 1.2 1.1 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11

73 19 9 8 7 5 5 5 4 2 2 2

1. 2. 3. 5. 6.

Michael Fakuade DeAndre Miranda Justin Sims Chigozie Umeadi Chigozie Umeadi Caleb Sutton Matt Reynolds Steffen Spinks Zach Lewis Damiko Reese

STEALS (SEASON) Steals 1. Brandon Snowden 2. Brandon Farmer 3. Richard Oruche Jermaine Love-Roberts 5. Brandon Farmer 6. Keith Smith Chigozie Umeadi 8. Steffen Spinks 9. Derrick Tribble Michael Fakuade Steals average 1. Brandon Snowden 2. Brandon Farmer Richard Oruche 4. Jermaine Love-Roberts 5. Brandon Farmer 6. Chigozie Umeadi 7. Michael Fakuade 8. Keith Smith Steffen Spinks Derrick Tribble PARTICIPATION (SEASON) Games played 1. Keith Smith Brandon Snowden Chigozie Umeadi Brandon Farmer Steffen Spinks

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2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10

2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11

3.5 0.8 0.4 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2

36 24 23 23 21 16 16 15 14 14 1.4 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.8 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.6

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Lester Hart Derrick Tribble Kendall Burrage Ryan Thornton Jermai Roberts-Love DeAndre Miranda Brandon Farmer Matt Reynolds

Games started 1. Brandon Farmer 2. Brandon Farmer Matt Reynolds 4. Richard Oruche 5. Michael Fakuade Jermaine Love-Roberts 7. Steffen Spinks 8. DeAndre Miranda 9. Zach Lewis Lester Hart

2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10

24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2010-11 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11

25 23 23 20 19 19 18 17 15 15

INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS Most points 1. Richard Oruche, Missouri S&T, 12-3-09 2. Richard Oruche, at Saint Joseph’s, 1-18-10 3. Brandon Farmer, Missouri S&T, 12-3-09 Lester Hart, Rockhurst, 1/22/11 Zach Lewis, Drury, 12-5-09 6. Richard Oruche, Central State, 12-12-09 7. Michael Fakuade, at Saint Joseph’s, 2/14/11 Brandon Farmer, at Indianapolis, 1-4-10 Richard Oruche, RMU-Springfield, 12-7-09 Jermaine Love- Roberts, Quincy, 2/06/11

36 29 26 26 26 25 24 24 24 24

Field goals made 1. Michael Fakuade, at Saint Joseph’s, 2/14/11 Lester Hart, Rockhurst, 1/22/11 Zach Lewis, Drury, 12-5-09 Richard Oruche, Maryville, 1-14-10 Richard Oruche, at Central State, 11-30-09 Richard Oruche, Missouri S&T, 12-3-09 7. Michael Fakuade, at Findlay, 12/7/10 Lester Hart, Wisconsin-Parkside, 2/17/11

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Field goals attempted 1. Richard Oruche, at Central State, 11-30-09 22 2. Michael Fakuade, at Saint Joseph’s, 2/14/11 20 Richard Oruche, Bellarmine, 1-30-10 20 Justin Sims, RMU-Springfield, 2-7-10 20 5. Richard Oruche, Maryville, 1-14-10 19 6. Michael Fakuade, Lewis, 2/19/11 17 Lester Hart, Wisconsin-Parkside, 2/17/11 17 Zach Lewis, Drury, 12-5-09 17 Richard Oruche, at Rockhurst, 1-21-10 17 Richard Oruche, Missouri S&T, 12-3-09 17 Richard Oruche, at Wisconsin-Parkside, 2/20/10 17 Field goal percentage 1. Damiko Reese, RM-Springfield, 12-7-09 (9-10) .900 2. Chigozie Umeadi, RM-Srpingfield, 2-7-10 (8-9) .889 3. Lester Hart, Rockhurst, 1/22/11 (10-13) .769 4. Zach Lewis, MacMurray, 11-24-09 (8-11) .727 5. . Michael Fakuade, at Bellarmine, 1/27/11 (8-12) .667 6. Richard Oruche, Central State, 12-12-09 (9-14) .643 7. Michael Fakuade, at Findlay, 12/7/10 (9-15) .600 Richard Oruche, at Saint Joe’s, 1/18/10 (9-15) .600 9. Zach Lewis, Drury, 12/5/09 (10-17) .588 Richard Oruche, Mo. S&T, 12/3/09 (10-17) .588 3-point field goals made 1. Lester Hart, Rockhurst, 1/22/11 Ryan Thornton, Maryville, 1/14/10 3. Justin Sims, at Quincy, 2/4/10 Ryan Thornton, at Missouri-St. Louis, 1/23/10 Ryan Thornton, Wisconsin-Parkside, 1/7/10 Ryan Thornton, at Lewis, 2/18/10 8. Kendall Burrage, Quincy, 2/13/10 Brandon Farmer, Eureka, 12/18/10 Richard Oruche, Missouri S&T, 12/3/09 Richard Oruche, Saint Joseph’s, 2/15/10 Richard Oruche, at Lewis, 2/18/10 Richard Oruche, at Wisconsin-Parkside, 2/20/10 Richard Oruche, at Quincy, 2/4/10 43

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Ryan Thornton, MacMurray, 11/24/09 Ryan Thornton, Northwood, 11/13/10 Derrick Tribble, RM-Springfield, 12/7/09

3-point field goals attempted 1. Kendall Burrage, Eureka, 12/18/10 Lester Har, at Drury 12/2/10 Ryan Thornton, Maryville, 1/14/10 Ryan Thornton, Bellarmine, 1/30/10 6. Lester Hart, at Saint Joseph’s, 2/14/11 Ryan Thornton, Lewis, 1/9/10 8. 11 Tied 3-point FG percentage (6 made) 1. Lester Hart, Rockhurst, 1/22/11 (6-8) 2. Ryan Thornton, Maryville, 1/14/10 (6-10)

4 4 4 10 10 10 10 9 9 8 .750 .600

Free throws made 1. Richard Oruche, Missouri S&T, 12/3/09 12 Jermaine Love-Roberts at No. Kentucky 1/29/11 12 3. Michael Fakuade, at Lewis 1/06/11 11 Brandon Farmer, at Indianapolis, 1/4/10 11 5. Brandon Farmer, Missouri S&T, 12/3/09 10 6. Richard Oruche, at Rockhurst, 1/21/10 9 Chigozie Umeadi, Northwood, 11/13/10 9 8. Richard Oruche, at Saint Joseph’s, 1/18/10 8 Richard Oruche, Lewis, 1/9/10 8 Richard Oruche, at Lewis, 2/18/10 8 Jermaine Love-Roberts, Quincy, 2/6/11 8 Jermaine Love-Roberts, UW-Parkside, 2/17/11 8 Brandon Snowden, Saint Joseph’s, 1/13/11 8 Free throws attempted 1. Brandon Farmer, Missouri S&T, 12/3/09 15 2. Michael Fakuade, at Lewis, 1/6/11 14 3. Richard Oruche, Missouri S&T, 12/3/09 13 4. Brandon Farmer, at Indianapolis, 1/4/10 12 Jermaine Love-Roberts, at No. Kentucky; 1/29/11 12 6. Brandon Snowden, Saint Joseph’s, 1/13/11 11 Chigozie Umeadi, Northwood, 11/13/10 11 8. Michael Fakuade, at No. Kentucky; 1/29/11 10 Brandon Farmer, RM-Springfield,11/18/10 10 Richard Oruche, at Rockhurst, 1/21/10 10

Richard Oruche, Bellarmine, 1/30/10

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Free throw percentage 1. Richard Oruche, at Saint Joe’s, 1/18/10 (8-8) 1.000 Richard Oruche, at So. Indiana, 1/2/10 (6-6) 1.000 Richard Oruche, at Lewis, 2/18/10 (8-8) 1.000 Jermaine Love-Roberts, KWC, 1/15/11 (6-6) 1.000 Jermiane Love-Roberts, at NKU 1/29/11 (12-12) 6. Richard Oruche, Missouri S&T, 12-3/09 (12-13) .923 7. Brandon Farmer, at UIndy, 1/4/10 (11-12) .917 8. Richard Oruche, at Rockhurst, 1/21/10 (9-10) .900 9. Richard Oruche, Lewis, 1/9/10 (8-9) .889 Jermiane Love-Roberts, Quincy, 2/6/11 (8-9) .889 Jermaine Love-Roberts, Parkside, 2/17/11 (8-9) .889 Most rebounds 1. Michael Fakuade, Saint Joseph’s, 1/13/11 Michael Fakuade, at Lincoln, 11/20/10 3. Michael Fakuade, at Saint Joseph’s, 2/14/11 4. Michael Fakuade, Wisconsin-Parkside, 2/17/11 5. Michael Fakuade, at Drury, 12/2/10 De Andre Miranda, at Central State, 11/30/09 Matt Reynolds, at Indianapolis, 1/4/10 8. Michael Fakuade, Missouri-St. Louis, 1/20/11 9. Brandon Farmer, at Maryville, 1/17/11 10. Eight Tied

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Most assists 1. Brandon Farmer, Wisconsin-Parkside, 2/17/11 11 2. Brandon Farmer, Quincy, 2/06/11 10 3. Brandon Farmer, at Saint Joseph’s; 1/18/10 9 Brandon Farmer, Quincy, 2/13/10 9 Keith Smith, Eureka, 12/18/10 9 7. Brandon Farmer, Missouri-St. Louis, 1/20/11 8 Brandon Farmer, Northwood, 11/13/10 8 Brandon Farmer, Saint Joseph’s, 2/15/10 8 10. Seven Tied 7 Most steals 1. Brandon Snowden, Rockhurst, 1/22/11 2. Jermaine Love-Roberts, UW-Parkside, 2/17/11 Brandon Snowden, at NKU, 1/29/11 4. Richard Oruche, Saint Joseph’s, 2/15/10

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Steffen Spinks, Eureka, 12/18/10 Derrick Tribble, MacMurray, 11/24/09 Chigozie Umeadi, UW-Parkside, 1/7/10 Michael Fakuade, at Lewis, 1/06/11 Michael Fakuade, at Northern Kentucky, 1/29/11 Brandon Farmer, Quincy, 2/06/11 Brandon Farmer, at Central State, 11/30/09 Brandon Farmer, RM-Springfield, 12/7/09 Zach Lewis, Missouri S&T, 12/3/09 Richard Oruche, Mesa State, 12/21/09 Jermaine Love-Roberts, So. Indiana; 1/04/11 Brandon Snowden, Quincy, 2/06/11 Brandon Snowden, Hillsdale, 11/15/10 Chigozie Umeadi, at Southern Indiana, 1/2/10

Most blocked shots 1. Michael Fakuade, at Findlay, 12/7/10 2. Michael Fakuade, Indianapolis, 1/2/11 Michael Fakuade, at Maryville, 1/17/11 Michael Fakuade, at Saint Joseph’s, 2/14/11 5. Michael Fakuade, Southern Indiana; 1/4/11 Michael Fakuade, at Lewis, 1/6/11 Michael Fakuade, Missouri-St. Louis, 1/20/11 Michael Fakuade, Lewis, 2/19/11 Michael Fakuade, at Quincy, 2/10/11 10. 13 Tied Most points 1. 115 115 3. 105 4. 99 5. 97 6. 95 7. 87 8. 86 9. 85 85 85

4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 3

MacMurray Missouri S&T Robert Morris-Springfield Maryville Rockhurst Eureka Robert Morris-Springfield at Northern Kentucky Wisconsin-Parkside at Indianapolis Wisconsin-Parkside

11/24/09 12/3/09 12/7/09 1/14/10 1/22/11 12/18/10 2/7/10 1/29/11 2/17/11 1/4/10 2/17/11

Field goals made 1. 41 MacMurray 41 Robert Morris-Springfield

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3. 37 4. 36 36 6. 35 7. 33 33 9. 31 10. 30 30

Eureka Rockhurst Maryville Missouri S&T Robert Morris-Springfield at Saint Joseph’s at Central State Wisconsin-Parkside Central State

12/18/10 1/22/11 1/14/10 12/3/09 2/7/10 2/14/11 11/30/09 2/17/11 12/12/09

Field goals attempted 1. 84 at Central State 2. 75 Eureka 75 Saint Joseph’s 4. 73 Maryville 5. 72 Robert Morris-Springfield 6. 71 at Bellarmine 7. 70 MacMurray 70 Robert Morris-Springfield 9. 69 Robert Morris-Springfield 10. 67 Drury 67 at Saint Joseph’s

11/30/09 12/18/10 2/15/10 1/14/10 2/7/10 1/27/11 11/24/09 12/7/09 11/18/10 12/5/09 2/14/11

Field goal percentage (20 made) 1. .600 (36-60) Rockhurst 01/22/11 2. .587 (27-46) at Quincy 2/10/11 3. .586 (41-70) MacMurray 11/24/09 .586 (41-70) Robert Morris-Springfield 12/7/09 5. .574 (35-61) Missouri S&T 12/3/09 6. .556 (30-54) Central State 12/12/09 7. .520 (26-50) at Kentucky Wesleyan 1/16/10 8. .518 (29-56) at Northern Kentucky 1/29/11 9. .517 (30-58) Wisconsin-Parkside 2/17/11 10. .512 (22-43) Indianapolis 1/2/11 .512 (22-43) at Lewis 2/18/10 3-point field goals made 1. 14 Maryville 1/14/10 14 MacMurray 11/24/09 14 at Lewis 2/18/10 4. 13 Rockhurst 1/22/11 13 Missouri S&T 12/3/09 13 Robert Morris-Springfield 12/7/09

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Eureka at Kentucky Wesleyan at Missouri-St. Louis Drury at Quincy

3-point field goals attempted 1. 35 Eureka 35 Saint Joseph’s 3. 33 Maryville 4. 30 Drury 5. 28, at Bellarmine 28 Lake Superior State 7. 27 at UW-Parkside 8. 26 Bellarmine 26 at Drury 10. 25 at Rockhurst 25 Missouri S&T

12/18/10 1/16/10 1/23/10 12/5/09 2/4/10 12/18/10 2/15/10 1/14/10 12/5/09 1/27/11 11/12/10 2/20/10 1/30/10 12/2/10 1/21/10 12/3/09

3-point FG percentage (10 made) 1. .700 (14-20) MacMurray 11/24/09 2. .684 (13-19) Rockhurst; 1/22/11 .684 (13-19) Robert Morris-Springfield 12/7/09 4. .600 (12-20) at Missouri-St. Louis 1/23/10 5. .583 (14-24) at Lewis 2/18/10 6. .571 (12-21) at Kentucky Wesleyan 1/16/10 7. .520 (13-25) Missouri S&T 12/3/09 8. .458 (11-24) at Quincy 2/4/10 9. .424 (14-33) Maryville 1/14/10 10. .371 (13-35) Eureka 12/18/10 Free throws made 1. 32 2. 24 24 24 24 6. 22 7. 21 8. 20

Missouri S&T Saint Joseph’s at Indianapolis at Northern Kentucky at Lincoln (MO) Northwood Quincy at Lewis Flyers

12-3-09 1/13/11 1/4/10 1/29/11 11/20/10 11/13/10 2/06/11 1/6/11

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Lewis at Northwood

Free throws attempted 1. 42 Missouri S&T 2. 37 at Indianapolis 3. 35 at Lincoln (MO) 4. 34 Saint Joseph’s 5. 32 Northwood 6. 31 at Northern Kentucky 31 at Northwood 8. 30 Robert Morris 9. 28 at Lewis 28 Quincy Free throw percentage (10 made) 1. .917 (11-12) at Rockhurst; 2. .889 (16-18) at Saint Joseph’s 3. .882 (15-17) Kentucky Wesleyan 4. .850 (17-20) at Lewis 5. .833 (20-24) Lewis 6. .826 (19-23) Wisconsin-Parkside 7. .824 (14-17) Wisconsin-Parkside .824 (14-17) Lewis 9. .778 (14-18) Missouri-St. Louis 10. .774 (24-31) at Northern Kentucky

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1/21/10 1/18/10 1/15/11 2/18/10 2/19/11 2/17/11 1/7/10 1/9/10 1/20/11 1/29/11

Most rebounds 1. 52 2. 50 50 4. 49 5. 48 48 7. 46 46 9. 45 45

Maryville 1/14/10 Robert Morris-Springfield 12/7/09 Robert Morris-Springfield 2/7/10 at Indianapolis 1/4/10 Saint Joseph’s 1/13/11 Robert Morris-Springfield 11/18/10 at Lincoln (MO) 11/20/10 Saint Joseph’s 2/15/10 at Central State 11/30/09 Missouri S&T 12/3/09

Most assists 1. 27 27 3. 25

Robert Morris-Springfield 12/7/09 Eureka 12/18/10 Maryville 1/14/10

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4. 23 5. 21 6. 20 20 20 9. 19 10. 18 18 18

Robert Morris-Springfield 11/18/10 Rockhurst 1/22/11 at Saint Joseph’s 1/18/10 MacMurray 11/24/09 Lincoln 11/19/11 Quincy 2/06/11 Wisconsin-Parkside 2/17/11 Missouri S&T 12/3/09 Drury 12/5/09

Most steals 1. 14 2. 12 3. 11 11 5. 10 10 10 10 9. 9 9 9

Eureka 12/18/10 MacMurray 11/24/09 Rockhurst 1/22/11 vs Lake Superior State 11/12/11 Wisconsin-Parkside 1/7/10 Robert Morris-Springfield 11/18/10 at Lincoln (MO) 11/20/10 Findlay 11/28/11 Wisconsin-Parkside 2/17/11 at Northern Kentucky 1/29/11 Lake Superior State 11/12/10

Most blocked shots 1. 9 at Findlay 12/7/10 2. 7 Indianapolis 1/2/11 7 Lake Superior State 11/12/11 7 at Lincoln (MO) 11/20/10 7 Mesa State 12/21/09 7 Robert Morris-Springfield 12/7/09 7. 6 at Indianapolis 1/4/10 6 at Saint Joseph’s 2/14/11 9. 5 Missouri-St. Louis 1/20/11 5 Rockhurst 1/22/11 5 at Maryville 1/17/11 5 at Northwood 11/11/11 5 Robert Morris-Springfield 11/18/10 TEAM SEASON RECORDS SCORING (SEASON) Points 1. 1851 (24 games) 2. 1766 (25 games)

Scoring average 1. 77.1 (24 games) 2. 70.6 (25 games)

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FIELD GOALS (SEASON) Field goals made 1. 669 (24 games) 2. 610 (25 games)

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Field goals attempted 1. 1491 (24 games) 2. 1441 (25 games)

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Field goal percentage 1. .449 (669-1491) 2. .423 (610-1441)

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3-POINT FIELD GOALS (SEASON) 3-point field goals made 1. 211 (24 games) 2. 162 (25 games)

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3-point field goals attempted 1. 542 (24 games) 2. 488 (25 games)

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3-point FG percentage 1. .389 (211-542) 2. .332 (162-488)

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FREE THROWS (SEASON) Free throws made 1. 384 (25 games) 2. 302 (24 games)

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Free throws attempted 1. 551 (25 games) 2. 433 (24 games) Free throw percentage

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REBOUNDING (SEASON)

Blocked shots average 1. 3.7 (25 games) 2. 2.3 (24 games)

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STEALS (SEASON) Steals 1. 163 2. 124

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Rebounds 1. 931 (310o-621d) 2. 868 (291o-577d)

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Rebounding average 1. 38.8 (24 games) 2. 34.7 (25 games)

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Steals average 1. 6.5 (25 games) 2. 5.2 (24 games)

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Defensive rebounds 1. 621 (310o-621d) 2. 577 (291o-577d)

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PARTICIPATION (SEASON) Games played 1. 25 2. 24

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Defense rebound avg 1. 25.9 (24 games) 2. 23.1 (25 games) Offensive rebounds 1. 310 (310o-621d) 2. 291 (291o-577d) Offense rebound avg 1. 12.9 (24 games) 2. 11.6 (25 games)

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ASSISTS (SEASON) Assists 1. 351 2. 334

2009-10 2010-11

Assists average 1. 14.6 (24 games) 2. 13.4 (25 games)

2009-10 2010-11

BLOCKED SHOTS (SEASON) Blocked shots 1. 92 2. 55

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