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Dunkin’ Donuts Excitement... Electricity... Intimidation! It all adds up to a tremendous HOME COURT ADVANTAGE! Playing for Providence Basketball means playing all of your home games in the 12,410 seat Dunkin’ Donuts Center, packed with FRIAR FANATICS. Visiting teams don’t like to play here. It’s not hard to figure out why!


Center


Providence Locker

The Locker Room features individual lockers for each player with a compartment for shoes, gear and personal belongings. A message board and a flat screen television also are featured.


College Room

“After playing in the NBA for 17 years, I have seen many locker rooms. I promise you, you’ll have a hard time finding any facility and locker room better than at Providence College.” – Former NBA All-Star Otis Thorpe ‘84


Providence Player

The Player Lounge features wall-mounted, flat-screen HDTVs, Xbox, Sony Playstation, a Blu-Ray disc player, DIRECTV, a receiver, a surround sound system, an iPod docking station, an Apple computer, wireless internet and a smoothie bar.


College Lounge


Providence Team

The Team Room serves as a meeting location for video review and team meetings. It features a receiver, surround sound system, Blu-Ray disc player, DirecTV and a 120� projection screen.


College Room


Providence Basketball

The Office Suite features hard-wood floors, coaches’ offices, a mail room and a video conference room. Providence Basketball uses Sportstec technology within its state of the art video and conference room to breakdown practice and game film.


College Office Suite


Joe Calabria Hal Consisting of nine exhibit areas and seven display cases, the Joe Calabria Hallway of Legends opened in January 2009 and features players and teams from each era of the 88-year history of the Providence College basketball program. The hallway’s floor is a replica of the Friars’ Dave Gavitt Court at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center and the project also includes a complete renovation of the coaching staff’s offices, the film room and the team’s locker room. In all, over 3,000 pictures, artifacts and multimedia elements were coordinated to create the new hallway and over 10 flat screen televisions were installed to enhance the exhibits with video footage and interactive features.


llway of Legends


Providence and

The strength and conditioning program at Providence College is incredible. From the facilities to the coaching, it is all first-class. It helped me to improve my game as I got stronger and faster each of my four years in Friartown. Bryce Cotton ‘14 Utah Jazz


College Strength Conditioning

Located in Concannon Fitness Center, the Jimmy Walker Strength & Conditioning Center is a 5,000 square foot facility and serves all of the Friars’ intercollegiate athletic teams. The facility is designed to provide the athletes with all the resources needed to allow them to physically develop to compete and contend at the highest level of intercollegiate athletics. Located just steps from the multi-purpose turf field, it allows easy access to incorporate agility, speed and conditioning within the strength session.


Canavan Sports The Canavan Sports Medicine facility occupies 4,000 square feet of space. Used as the primary sports medicine facility for our 320 student-athletes, this state-of-the-art area includes nine treatment tables with assorted modality equipment, office space for the eight certified athletic trainers on staff as well as two physician clinic offices where primary care, orthopedic, chiropractic and podiatric physicians evaluate our student-athletes on a weekly basis. A large rehab/exercise area and a hydro-therapy area which includes a SwimEx rehab pool along with an eight person cold plunge and an eight-person hot plunge is available for the athletes.


Medicine Center


Concannon Fitness Center The $12 million Concannon Fitness Center is an ideal training facility for today’s top athletes. The newly constructed stateof-the-art facility provides 13,850 square feet of dedicated fitness space, along with 5,000 square feet dedicated to the student athletes who compete in varsity athletics. The Fitness Center offers a variety of cardiovascular and aerobic exercise equipment with personalized entertainment screens with cable television throughout the two-level facility. Likewise, strength machines and free weights of varying fitness levels can be found on the upper and lower levels to meet the needs of all the athletes.


Alumni Hall

Alumni Hall has served as the home of Providence basketball since 1955. Since the Friars began play at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in 1972, the on-campus building has served as the team’s practice facility. In 2012, Mullaney Gym was completely renovated with new baskets, new seating, video boards, sound system, lighting, scorer’s table, HVAC, and many other amenities. Over the last several years, renovations totaling over $4,000,000 have been made for improvements to the team’s sports medicine facility, the ticket office and lockerrooms. The coaching staff’s offices, film room and team’s locker room are among the other renovations that have been completed. One of the premier annual events at Alumni Hall is the team’s Late Night Madness celebration. Started in 1985 to a crowd of over 300, Late Night Madness now sells out each and every year with more than 3,000 fans in attendance.


Providence Providence College was founded in 1917 through a joint effort of the Diocese of Providence and the Dominican Friars of the Province of St. Joseph, with the blessing of Pope Benedict XV and the consent of the General Assembly of the State of Rhode Island. Ninety-eight years later, Providence College has steadily moved to a position of national prominence, while maintaining a personal, community-like atmosphere that fosters growth and development among its student population. Located in the state capital of Rhode Island, the Providence College campus sits on 101 acres in the northern end of town, just 10 minutes from the heart of the city.


College


Providence College


Campus Life The scenic suburban campus is the home of 3,843 students. Seventy five percent of the student population resides on campus. There are 14 dorms on campus, including the air-conditioned apartments that feature full kitchens and bathrooms.


Providence College A The Office of Academic Services (OAS) provides specialized support to student- athletes in light of the unique time demands, responsibilities, and rules governing participation in intercollegiate athletics. A number of services are provided in a safe, personal environment where academic growth is a priority, personal development and independence are enhanced, and long-term success is nurtured by a staff which models these same commitments.


Academic Services


Big East Playing in the BIG EAST means playing against the best - The BEST Players –The BEST Coaches – The BEST Conference in College Basketball. To be the best, you have to test yourself against the best. When you play in the BIG EAST, you’re playing at the highest level in collegiate athletics. The BIG EAST Conference is one of the most recognizable Division I conferences in the country. Formed in 1979, the league represents the athletic interests of 10 member institutions: Butler University, Creighton University, DePaul University, Georgetown University, Marquette University, Providence College, Seton Hall University, St. John’s University, Villanova University and Xavier University. Each year, at the conclusion of the regular s eason all 10 teams gather in New York City for the BIG EAST Championship. It is multiple days of action-packed college basketball, played in historic Madison Square Garden. In fact, the Garden has been the home of the BIG EAST Tournament for so many years that it’s the longest running college basketball postseason tournament played at the same venue. With all the intense competition and dramatic games that players experience during the conference season and tournament, it is no surprise that the BIG EAST has always been a force in the NCAA Tournament. The league regularly sends multiple teams to MARCH MADNESS and many of the member schools have made deep runs in the tournament. Eight of the 10 BIG EAST programs have made it all the way to the Final Four and all 10 have reached the Sweet Sixteen.


Conference Media Attention If you like MEDIA ATTENTION, if you like playing on TELEVISION, if you like being INTERVIEWED, Providence College is the place for you! Nearly every Friar game is televised. Each season, the team is featured nationally on FOX Sports 1, ESPN, ESPN2 and CBS. In addition, over 200 newspaper and radio and television stations cover PC each season. Plus, playing in the BIG EAST Conference means that you’ll be playing in the MOST TELEVISED LEAGUE in the country! Under the broadcast partnership, FOX Sports 1 has television rights to a wide range of marquee BIG EAST basketball games, including the annual BIG EAST tournament.


The Ocean


State

Make no mistake, as soon as you land at the airport or cross the state line, you are in FRIARTOWN. The state of Rhode Island is comprised of hard-working, family-oriented people who are Friar Fanatics. And make no mistake, you are in the most unique state in the country. Rhode Island has the country’s best beaches, a beautiful New England coastline, country charm, city life advantages in Providence, the mansions in Newport, American history in every town, and, of course, the Providence College Friars.


Providence Basketball In The Community Being a Providence College student-athlete involves more than just academics and athletics. It involves the community and helping others. Head Coach Ed Cooley and the Friars get involved with organizations such as the Down Syndrome Society of Rhode Island, Ryan Gomes Hoops for Heart Health, Special Olympics, Rhode Island Foster Parent Association, Boys and Girls Club of Providence and Upward Bound, to name a few. Whether it is charity golf outings, reading to school children, visiting hospitals, serving as mentors or helping the less fortunate, the Providence College Friars are there for the community.


2015-16

KRIS DuNN Junior lomomba CASEY Woodring ben bentil Rodney bullock kyron cartwright TyRee ChambeRs

isaiah jackson Jalen Lindsey tom planek Ricky Council II DRew EdwaRds Ryan Fazekas quadree smith

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Birthdate: January 2, 1992 About Kris Dunn Major: Management leda and Pauline Family: Son of Balthazar Amadango Amassan Galita, Birthdate: March 18, 1994 Abatso ng. Has one brother, Joseph Marie-Therese Major: Social Science and three sisters, Diana Kebeyeng, Family: Son of John and Audra Seldon; has two brothers,Adiria and Ambadiang Francoise. John Dunn and Rashad Pauley, and two sisters, Favorite Team: Los Angeles Lakers Ashley Seldon and Ariana Seldon Favorite Athlete: Samuel Eto’o Favorite Movie: The Godfather Favorite Team: LA Lakers Favorite Book: Outliers Favorite Athlete: Rajon Rondo Favorite Movie: All About the Benjamin Favorite Food: Chicken Wings Biggest Thrills in Sports: Game winning shots 32


#3 Kris Dunn

Junior Guard 6-4 220 New London, Conn. New London High School ‘12

2015-16: Participated in the Nike Basketball Academy that consisted of 26 of the top college basketball players in the nation (6/26/15) … Named to the 2015-16 Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook Preseason All-American Team (8/27/15) … Selected as Sporting News Second Team Preseason All-American (9/14/15) … Named Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook Preseason National Player of the Year (9/22/15) … Named CBS Sports First Team All-American (10/16/15)... Named one of 20 finalists for the Bob Cousy Award (10/13/15)...Named BIG EAST Preseason Player of the Year (10/14/15) … Candidate for National Player of the Year, All-American, and BIG EAST Player of the Year. 2014-15: Played 32 minutes versus Albany (11/15/14)...Scored 10 points, grabbed five rebounds, recorded seven assists and made five steals versus Binghamton (11/17/14)...Registered a double-double with 12 points and 14 assists and added seven rebounds versus Navy (11/20/14)...Scored 15 points and added nine assists versus Florida State (11/22/14)...Scored six points and added five assists versus Notre Dame (11/23/14)...Did not play versus Yale due to an injured ankle (11/28/14)...Scored 24 points (10-13 from the field) and added six assists at Boston College (12/5/14)...Scored 16 points and registered eight assists versus Brown (12/8/14)...Scored 22 points and recorded nine rebounds versus Rhode Island (12/10/14)...Scored 15 points, grabbed seven rebounds and registered four assists versus Stony Brook (12/13/14)...Scored 16 points, recorded 11 assists, had five steals and registered five rebounds versus UMass (12/20/14)...Scored 15 points, added 13 assists, grabbed five rebounds and made three steals versus Miami (12/22/14)... Scored six points, grabbed eight rebounds and notched 12 assists versus Creighton (12/31/14)...Scored 11 points, added eight assists and grabbed five rebounds at Marquette (1/3/15)...Scored 25 points, grabbed eight rebounds and registered seven assists at Butler (1/6/25)...Scored 16 points, recorded nine assists and three steals versus Georgetown (1/10/15)...Registered a double-double with 17 points and 10 assists versus St. John’s (1/14/15)...Recorded 21 points, eight rebounds, seven assists and two steals at Creighton (1/17/15)...Scored 20 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, added eight assists and made three steals versus Xavier (1/22/15)...Recorded his first triple-double with 27 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists versus DePaul (1/29/15)...Recorded a game-high 23 points at St. John’s (1/31/15)...Scored 12 points, added nine assists and made six steals at No. 24 Georgetown (2/4/15)...Scored 11 points, grabbed six rebounds and recorded eight assists at Xavier (2/7/15)...Recorded 17 points, had eight assists, grabbed six rebounds and made four steals versus No. 6 Villanova (2/11/15)...Registered 19 points, eight assists and six steals versus Seton Hall (2/14/15)...Scored 21 points, grabbed four rebounds, added four assists and made four steals as wells as shooting 11-12 from the free throw line at DePaul (2/18/15)...Scored four points, had seven assists, and registered five rebounds at Villanova (2/24/15)...Scored 16 points, recorded nine assists and made four steals versus Marquette (3/1/15)...Scored 17 points, grabbed seven rebounds, had eight assists and recorded two steals at Seton Hall (3/4/15)...Scored 23 points, added six assists and made four steals versus #21 Butler (3/7/15)...Scored 17 points, grabbed four rebounds and had 11 assists versus St. John’s (3/12/15)...Scored 22 points, grabbed seven rebounds, and had nine assists versus #4 Villanova (3/13/15)...Scored 11 points and had 4 assists against Dayton in the NCAA Second Round...Received the Jimmy Walker Most Valuable Player Award...Named Honorable Mention All-American...Earned NABC District 5 First Team Honors... Named NBC Sports.com Second Team All-American...Named CBS Sports.com Third Team All-American...Named Lute Olson All-American Team...Named ECAC First Team All-Star...Named USBWA All-District I Team....Named First Team All-BIG EAST, BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year, BIG EAST Player of the Year, BIG EAST Player of the Week (twice), and BIG EAST All-Tournament Team. 2013-14: Missed the first three games of the season with an injured shoulder...Recorded eight assists versus Vermont (11/18/13)... Scored 10 points, added five assists, and grabbed four rebounds versus Vanderbilt (11/22/14)...Recorded six assists versus LaSalle (11/24/13)...Had season ending surgery in December. 2012-13: Missed the first nine games of the season with an injured shoulder...Tied the team’s freshman record for assists in a game (13) and set the team’s freshman record for assists in a debut and added seven points and six rebounds versus Colgate (12/18/12)... Scored five points and recorded six assists versus Boston College (12/22/12)...Scored seven points and grabbed eight rebounds versus Brown (12/28/12)...Scored five points and grabbed three rebounds at Louisville (1/2/13)...Scored six points and grabbed three rebounds at Seton Hall (1/13/13)...Scored eight points and grabbed four rebounds at Georgetown (1/16/13)...Scored 13 points and grabbed seven rebounds versus Villanova (1/19/13)...Scored 10 points at Marquette (1/26/13)...Scored four points and registered five rebounds at Villanova (2/3/13)...Scored four points and grabbed five rebounds at USF (2/13/13)...Grabbed four rebounds and added five assists versus Notre Dame (2/16/13)...Recorded four points, four rebounds, four steals and five assists at Rutgers (2/23/13)... Registered a game-high 12 rebounds and added five points and five assists versus St. John’s (3/2/13)...Registered seven rebounds and seven assists versus Seton Hall (3/5/13)...Scored 11 points and recorded four assists versus UConn (3/9/13)...Scored four points and grabbed seven rebounds versus Cincinnati in the BIG EAST Tournament (3/13/13)...Scored 14 points, added six assists, grabbed nine rebounds and made four steals versus Charlotte in the NIT (3/20/13)...Scored six points and grabbed eight rebounds versus Robert Morris in the NIT (3/25/13)...Registered six assists at Baylor in the NIT Quarterfinals (3/27/13)...Earned the team’s promising prospect award (4/14/13)...Participated in the 2013 USA Basketball Men’s U19 World Championship training camp.

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Kris Dunn

GAME BY GAME 2012-13

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended New London High School in New London, Connecticut… Led his team to a 23-3 record, averaging 31.4 points and 10.1 rebounds per game his senior year… Scored 32 points, grabbed 14 rebounds, dished out 11 assists and had 10 steals in a game versus Stonington… Earned All-State honors three times… Helped lead his team to a 27-0 season and state title, averaging 26.5 points, 10 rebounds and five assists during his junior year… Named New Haven Register’s State Player of the Year in 2011… Named McDonald’s All-American, Jordan All-American, Parade All-American and Gatorade State Player of the Year… Earned 2012 SLAM High School All-American Honorable Mention... Invited to the 2012 USA Basketball Men’s U18 training camp… Ranked No. 2 point guard and No. 23 overall by ESPN.com… Listed as the No. 1 point guard and No. 16 overall prospect by Rivals.com… Scout.com ranked him No. 1 point guard and No. 23 overall prospect… Played for the Connecticut Basketball Club AAU team.

DATE

OPP.

SCORE

PTS

REB.

ASST.

STEALS

12/18/12

Colgate

W-79-45

7

6

13

0

12/22/12

at Boston College

L-71-68

5

5

6

1

12/28/12

at Brown

L-69-68

7

8

2

3

1/2/13

at #4 Louisville

L-80-62

5

3

1

0

1/5/13

DePaul

L-83-73

5

2

1

0

1/9/13

#7 Syracuse

L-72-66

4

1

0

0

1/13/13

at Seton Hall

W-67-55

6

3

0

2

1/16/13

at Georgetown

L-74-65

8

4

1

2

1/19/13

Villanova

W-69-66

13

7

1

2

1/22/13

Pittsburgh

L-68-66

0

2

1

0

1/26/13

at Marquette

L-81-71

10

1

0

2

1/31/13

UConn

L-82-79 OT

7

8

1

1

2/3/13

at Villanova

W-55-52

4

5

3

2

2/6/13

#17 Cincinnati

W-54-50

2

3

2

0

2/13/13

at USF

W-76-66

4

5

2

1

2/16/13

#21 Notre Dame

W-71-54

3

4

5

0

2/20/13

at #8 Syracuse

L-84-59

2

3

2

1

2/23/13

at Rutgers

W-76-72

4

4

5

4

3/2/13

St. John’s

W-62-59

5

12

5

1

3/5/13

Seton Hall

W-76-66

2

7

7

1

3/9/13

at UConn

L-63-59 OT

11

1

4

2

3/13/13

vs. Cincinnati

L-61-44

4

7

3

0

3/20/13

Charlotte - NIT

W-75-66

14

9

6

4

3/25/13

Robert Morris - NIT

W-77-68

6

8

2

0

3/27/13

at Baylor - NIT

L-79-68

4

2

6

0

142

120

79

29

5.7 ppg

4.8 rpg

3.2 apg

1.2 spg

ASST.

STEALS

Totals

GAME BY GAME 2013-14 DATE

OPP.

SCORE

PTS

REB.

11/18/13

Vermont

W-70-49

3

0

8

3

11/22/13

vs. Vanderbilt

W-67-60

10

4

5

3

11/24/13

vs. La Salle

W-71-63

0

2

6

0

11/25/13

vs. Maryland

L-56-52

2

4

1

1

15

10

20

7

Totals

3.8 ppg

2.5 rpg

5.0 apg

1.0 spg

Birthdate: January 2, 1992 Major: Management and Pauline OVERALL Amadango BIGleda EAST Family: Son of Balthazar43 43 Twice Twice ass Am an Galita, r, Joseph tso ng. Has one brothe Aba(1/29/15) 27 DePaul 27 DePaul (1/29/15) herese Marie-T 13 DePaul (1/29/15) (1/29/15) Kebeyeng,DePaul three sisters, Diana 13 and 10 Three times 10 ncoise. Twice Adiria and Ambadiang Fra 20 Twice 20 Twice 1.000 Twice 1.000 Lakers Marquette (1/26/13) orite Team: Los Angeles Fav 11 DePaul (2/18/15) 11 DePaul (2/18/15) ’o Eto uel orite Athlete: Sam 14 Fav 14 Butler (1/6/15) Butler (1/6/15) father 1.000 12 Times Five times Favorite Movie: The God1.000 3 Twice 3 Twice liers Out k: Boo e Favorit 7 Villanova (2/11/15) 7 Villanova (2/11/15)

CAREER HIGHS KRIS DUNN

MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS FIELD GOALS FG ATTEMPTS FG PCT. FREE THROWS FT ATTEMPTS FT PCT 3PT 3PT FGA 3PT FG% ASSISTS TURNOVERS BLOCKS STEALS

34 34

1.000 14 10 2 6

Twice Navy (11/20/14) Kentucky (11/30/14) Six times Twice

1.000 12 8 2 6

Georgetown (1/10/15) Creighton (12/31/14) Marquette (1/3/15) Butler (1/6/15) Twice


GAME BY GAME 2014-15 DATE

OPP.

SCORE

PTS

REB.

ASST.

STEALS

11/15/14

Albany

W-64-60

2

2

2

1

11/17/14

Binghamton

W-65-44

10

5

7

5

11/20/14

Navy

W-88-51

12

7

14

3

11/22/14

vs. Florida State

W-80-54

15

3

9

1

11/23/14

vs. Notre Dame

W-75-74

6

4

5

1

11/30/14

at #1 Kentucky

L-58-38

3

6

3

1

12/5/14

at Boston College

L-69-60

24

3

6

4

12/8/14

Brown

L-77-67

16

6

8

3

12/10/14

Rhode Island

W-68-60

22

9

2

4

HONORS AND AWARDS

12/13/14

Stony Brook

W-79-61

15

7

4

4

12/20/14

UMass

W-85-65

16

5

11

5

2014-15 HONORS

12/22/14

vs. Miami

W-76-62

15

5

13

3

12/31/14

Creighton

W-65-53

6

8

12

2

BIG EAST Player Of The Year

All-American

1/3/15

at Marquette

L-75-66

11

5

8

2

BIG EAST Defensive Player Of The Year

1/6/15

at Butler

W-66-62

25

8

6

0

1/10/15

Georgetown

W-60-57 OT

16

3

9

3

First Team All-BIG EAST

1/14/15

St. John’s

L-83-70

17

7

10

2

1/7/15

at Creighton

W-74-65

21

8

7

2

1/22/15

Xavier

W-69-66 OT

20

10

8

3

1/29/15

DePaul

W-83-72

27

13

11

3

1/31/15

at St. John’s

L-75-66

23

4

1

0

2/4/15

at #24 Georgetown

W-74-71

12

3

9

6

2/7/15

at Xavier

L-78-69

11

6

8

2

2/11/15

#6 Villanova

L-74-68

17

6

8

4

2/14/15

Seton Hall

W-69-62

19

1

8

6

2/18/15

at DePaul

W-84-57

21

4

4

4

2/24/15

at #6 Villanova

L-89-61

4

5

7

1

3/1/15

Marquette

W-77-66

16

5

9

4

3/4/15

at Seton Hall

W-79-66

17

7

8

2

3/7/15

#21 Butler

L-68-64

23

3

6

4

3/12/15

vs. St. John’s

W-74-57

17

4

11

2

NBCSports.com Second Team All-American CBSSports.com Third Team All-American Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American USBWA All-District One First Team NABC District Five First Team ECAC First Team All-Star 2015-16 HONORS Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook Preseason National Player of the Year CBS Sports First Team Preseason All-American Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook Preseason All-American Team

3/13/15

vs. #4 Villanova

L-63-61

22

7

9

2

3/20/15

vs. Dayton - NCAA

L-66-53

11

1

4

1

515

180

247

90

Sporting News Second Team Preseason All-American

15.6 ppg

5.5 rpg

7.5 apg

2.7 spg

BIG EAST Preseason Player of the Year

Totals

Wooden Award Candidate Naismith Award Candidate Cousy Award Candidate All-America Candidate National Defensive Player Of The Year Candidate CAREER STATISTICS Year

G

MIN

FGA

PCT

3PT

3PA

PCT

FT FTA

PCT

REB

AVG

AVG PF-DQ A

TO

BL ST

2012-13

25

680

49

FG

123

.398

4

14

.286

40

.690

120

4.8

142

5.7

77-3

79

47

7 29

2013-14

4

106

6

19

.316

0

2

.000

3

10

2.5

15

3.8

9-0

20

14

2014-15

33

1123

185

390

.474

27

77

.351

118 172

.686

180

5.5

515

15.6

101-1 247

138

10 90

TOTAL

62

1909

240

532

.451

31

93

.333

161 233

.691

310

5.0

672

10.8

187-4 346

199

18 126

58

3 1.000

PTS

1

7

35


About Junior Lomomba Birthdate: January 14, 1993 Major: Management Family: Son of Albert Lomomba and Monique Luzolo. Has three sisters, Fanny, Rita and Nancy Lomomba Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan Favorite Movies: Love and Basketball, Paid In Full, The Hurricane Favorite Book: Banco Favorite Food: Lasagna Biggest Thrill in Sports: Winning Championships Interesting Fact: Uncle, Hennssy Auriantal, played basketball at Wisconsin (1995-99)

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Birthdate: January 2, 1992 Major: Management leda and Pauline Family: Son of Balthazar Amadango Amassan Galita, Abatso ng. Has one brother, Joseph Marie-Therese and three sisters, Diana Kebeyeng, Adiria and Ambadiang Francoise. Favorite Team: Los Angeles Lakers Favorite Athlete: Samuel Eto’o Favorite Movie: The Godfather Favorite Book: Outliers


Junior Guard 6-5 205 Montreal, Quebec Madison Memorial ’12 Cleveland State

#32 Junior Lomomba

2014-15: Scored two points in his first game as a Friars versus Albany (11/15/14)...Scored four points versus Binghamton (11/17/14)...Scored two points and grabbed three rebounds at Butler (1/6/15)...Scored six points and started versus Xavier (1/22/15)...Scored four points and grabbed three rebounds at No. 24 Georgetown (2/4/15)...Scored four points at DePaul (2/18/15)...Recorded seven points and grabbed four rebounds at Seton Hall (3/14/15). 2013-14: Was not eligible play due to NCAA transfer rules. AT CLEVELAND STATE (2013-13): Attended Cleveland State University for his freshman year of college...Due to a foot injury was limited to 25 games of action at Cleveland State...Recorded eight points and four assists in his collegiate debut versus Robert Morris (11/20/12)... Registered a career high of 16 points, including 4-5 from the field at Akron (12/23/12)...Scored eight points versus Kent (1/2/13).. Registered 12 points and four rebounds versus Green Bay (1/19/13)...Was 4-7 from the field and scored 13 points at UIC (2/2/13)...Registered 10 points versus Youngstown State (2/5/13)...Recorded eight points at Western Illinois (2/23/13)...Scored 10 or more points five times...Averaged 5.8 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game...Shot 36.4 percent from three-point territory (12-33). HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Madison (Wis.) Memorial High School...Was a four-year starter at Madison Memorial...Led his high school team to a 100-14 mark in four years...Helped lead the team to state titles in 2008 and 2011...Finished his career as the second leading scorer in school history at Madison Memorial...Averaged 19 points, 6.0 rebounds and 5.0 assists as a senior...Named First Team All-State and All-League in 2012...Was ranked as the fourth best player in Wisconsin and the 38th ranked small forward in the country in 2012, according to ESPN.com...Averaged 17.0 points, 6.1 rebounds and 3.0 assists in 2011...Played on two Canadian Junior National Teams...Played AAU basketball for The Family (Detroit, Mich.).

CAREER CAREER HIGHS HIGHS JUNIOR LOMOMBA OVERALL MINUTES 31 Green Bay (1/19/13) POINTS 16 Akron (12/23/12) REBOUNDS 6 Twice FIELD GOALS 4 Four times FG ATTEMPTS 12 Green Bay (1/19/13) FG PCT. 1.000 Georgetown (1/10/15) FREE THROWS 8 Akron (12/23/12) FT ATTEMPTS 13 Akron (12/23/12) FT PCT 1.000 Three times 3PT 3 Green Bay (1/19/13) 3PT FGA 5 Green Bay (1/19/13) 3PT FG% 1.000 Five times ASSISTS 5 Milwaukee (2/17/13) TURNOVERS 4 Twice BLOCKS 1 Wright State (1/9/13) STEALS 2 Six Times

CAREER CAREER STATISTICS STATISTICS Year G 2012-13* 25 2014-15 30 TOTAL 55 * at Cleveland State

MIN 462 343 805

FG 39 15 54

FGA 121 46 167

PCT .322 .326 .323

3PT 12 2 14

3PA 33 11 44

PCT .364 .182 .318

BIG EAST 24 7 4 4 3 1.000 4 6 1.000 1 1 1.000 2 2

Seton Hall (3/4/15) Seton Hall (3/4/15) Twice Villanova (2/24/15) Four times Georgetown (1/10/15) Twice Marquette (3/1/15) Butler (1/6/15) St. John’s (1/31/15) Four times Twice Twice Villanova (2/11/15)

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Georgetown (2/4/15)

FT 55 21 76

FTA 80 32 112

PCT REB .688 58 .656 37 .679 95

AVG 2.3 1.2 1.7

PTS 145 53 198

AVG PF-DQ A TO BL ST 5.8 43-1 31 40 1 20 1.8 27-0 13 13 1 8 3.6 70-1 44 53 2 28

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About Casey Woodring Birthdate: February 24, 1994 Major: Finance Family: Son of Thomas and Joanne Woodring. Has one sister, Flynn Woodring. Favorite Team: Celtics Favorite Athlete: Steve Nash Favorite Movie: Billy Madison Favorite Food: Pizza Biggest Thrill in Sports: Winning 2013 class AA New England Championship on a buzzer beater. Interesting Fact: His father played basketball at Iona and professionally overseas for seven years.

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Birthdate: January 2, 1992 Major: Management leda and Pauline Family: Son of Balthazar Amadango Amassan Galita, Abatso ng. Has one brother, Joseph Marie-Therese and three sisters, Diana Kebeyeng, Adiria and Ambadiang Francoise. Favorite Team: Los Angeles Lakers Favorite Athlete: Samuel Eto’o Favorite Movie: The Godfather Favorite Book: Outliers


Junior Guard 6-2 185 Darien, Conn. Cushing Academy ‘13

#12 Casey Woodring 2014-15: Played in seven games...Hit a three pointer at DePaul (2/18/15). 2013-14: Played in his first collegiate game versus Marist (11/16/13) recording two points and one rebound...Scored three points versus Maine (12/21/13). HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Cushing Academy and Choate Rosemary Hall…Won the class AA New England championship at Cushing Academy…Played four seasons of varsity basketball and scored 1,100 points at Choate Rosemary Hall...Averaged 15 points and four assists per game his senior year at Choate and reached the New England Class A Championship game...Won the New England Class A Championship his junior season...Won the Coaches Award at Cushing in 2013…Played for the Connecticut Basketball Club AAU Team.

CAREER HIGHS HIGHS CAREER CASEY WOODRING OVERALL BIG EAST MINUTES 4 Marist (11/16/13) 3 DePaul POINTS 3 Twice 3 DePaul REBOUNDS 1 Twice FIELD GOALS 1 Three times 1 DePaul FG ATTEMPTS 3 Twice FG PCT. 1.000 Twice 1.000 DePaul FREE THROWS FT ATTEMPTS FT PCT 3PT 1 Twice 1 DePaul 3PT FGA 3 Stony Brook (12/13/14) 1 DePaul 3PT FG% 1.000 Twice 1.000 DePaul ASSISTS TURNOVERS BLOCKS STEALS

(2/18/15) (2/18/15) (2/18/15) (2/18/15)

(2/18/15) (2/18/15) (2/18/15)

CAREER STATISTICS STATISTICS CAREER Year 2013-14 2014-15 TOTAL

G 7 7 14

MIN 10 12 22

FG 2 1 3

FGA 4 7 11

PCT .500 .143 .273

3PT 1 1 2

3PA 3 5 8

PCT .333 .200 .250

FT 0 0 0

FTA 0 0 0

PCT REB .000 1 .000 1 .000 2

AVG 0.1 0.2 0.2

PTS 5 3 8

AVG PF-DQ A 0.7 0-0 0 0.4 1-0 0 0.6 1-0 0

TO BL ST 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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About Ben Bentil Birthdate: March 29, 1995 Major: Undeclared Family: Son of Ursula Tilghman Has two brothers, Austin and Aaron Interests/Hobbies: Reading and community service Favorite Team: Manchester United Favorite Athlete: Kevin Garnett Favorite Book: “The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao” Biggest Thrill in Sports: Helping his team win games

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Birthdate: January 2, 1992 Major: Management leda and Pauline Family: Son of Balthazar Amadango Amassan Galita, Abatso ng. Has one brother, Joseph Marie-Therese and three sisters, Diana Kebeyeng, Adiria and Ambadiang Francoise. Favorite Team: Los Angeles Lakers Favorite Athlete: Samuel Eto’o Favorite Movie: The Godfather Favorite Book: Outliers


Sophomore Forward 6-9 235 Wilmington, Del. St. Andrew’s School ‘14

#0 Ben Bentil

2014-15: Scored four points and grabbed six rebounds in his first game versus Albany (11/14/15)... Scored six points and grabbed six rebounds versus Binghamton (11/17/14)...Scored 18 points and grabbed six rebounds versus Navy (11/20/14)...Scored five points versus Notre Dame (11/23/14)... Scored four points and grabbed two rebounds versus Yale (11/28/14)...Scored eight points and grabbed three rebounds versus Stony Brook (12/13/14)...Recorded five points and five rebounds versus UMass (12/20/14)...Scored five points and grabbed four rebounds versus Miami (12/22/14)...Scored five points and grabbed four rebounds versus Creighton (12/31/14)...Scored six points and grabbed three rebounds at Marquette (1/3/15)...Scored seven points and grabbed five rebounds versus Georgetown (1/10/15)... Scored eight points and gr abbed 10 rebounds versus St. John’s (1/14/15)...Scored 10 points and grabbed five rebounds versus DePaul (1/29/15)...Recorded 16 points and 11 rebounds, while shooting 8-9 from the free-throw line at No. 24 Georgetown (2/4/15)...Recorded 16 points and six rebounds at Xavier (2/7/15)...Registered 12 points and 10 rebounds at DePaul (2/18/15)...Scored eight points and grabbed four rebounds versus Marquette (3/1/15)...Recorded 21 points, 10 rebounds and was 12-12 from the free throw line at Seton Hall (3/4/15)...Scored 14 points and grabbed 13 rebounds versus St. John’s (3/12/15)...Registered a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds versus #4 Villanova (3/13/15)... Scored 5 points and grabbed 9 rebounds against Dayton in the NCAA Second Round...Received the Lenny Wilkens Hustle Award. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended St. Andrew’s School in Middletown, Del. from 2011-14…Played varsity basketball and soccer at St. Andrew’s…Played for coach Terrell Myers…Led St. Andrew’s to the Delaware Independent School Conference title in 2013…Served as captain in 2013 and 2014…Set record for most offensive rebounds in a season with 98 in 2012…Earned First Team All-State honors in 2013 and 2014… Played for the WE-R 1 AAU team for Coach Myers…Played in 2014 Mary Kline Classic...Ranked 86th overall according to Scout.com, No. 89 by Rivals.com, and No. 106 by CBS 247…Ranked No. 18 for his position, according to Scout.com, also ranked No. 23 by CBS 247, and No. 33 by ESPN as a power forward.

CAREER HIGHS CAREER HIGHS BEN BENTIL MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS FIELD GOALS FG ATTEMPTS FG PCT. FREE THROWS FT ATTEMPTS FT PCT 3PT 3PT FGA 3PT FG% ASSISTS TURNOVERS BLOCKS STEALS

OVERALL 33 Seton Hall (3/4/15) 18 Navy (11/20/14) 13 St. John’s (3/12/15) 7 St. John’s (3/12/15) 13 Twice 1.000 Four times 12 Seton Hall (3/4/15) 12 Seton Hall (3/4/15) 1.000 Three times 2 Navy (11/20/14) 3 Navy (11/20/14) 1.000 Four times 2 Twice 4 Villanova (3/13/15) 2 Xavier (2/7/15) 2 Boston College (12/5/14)

BIG EAST 33 Seton Hall (3/4/15) 16 Georgetown (2/4/15) 11 Georgetown (2/4/15) 5 Twice 10 Marquette (3/1/15) 1.000 Three times 12 Seton Hall (3/4/15) 12 Seton Hall (3/4/15) 1.000 Twice 1 Twice 3 Creighton (12/31/14) 1.000 Seton Hall (3/4/15) 2 Three times 3 Twice 2 Xavier (2/7/15) 1 Three times

CAREER STATISTICS CAREER STATISTICS Year G 2014-15 34 TOTAL 34

MIN 730 730

FG 75 75

FGA 172 172

PCT .436 .436

3PT 9 9

3PA 30 30

PCT .300 .300

FT FTA PCT 57 82 .695 57 82 .695

REB 165 165

AVG 4.9 4.9

PTS 216 216

AVG PF-DQ A 6.4 89-2 21 6.4 89-2 21

TO 40 40

BL ST 12 9 12 9

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About Rodney Bullock Birthdate: June 3, 1994 Major: Social Science Family: Son of Virginia Johnson and Rodney Bullock Sr. Has two siblings, brother, Ray Johnson, and a sister, Riraca Bullock. Favorite Teams: Atlanta Falcons, Miami Heat Favorite Athletes: Lebron James, Klay Thompson Favorite Movie: He Got Game Favorite Food: Macaroni Favorite Book: Harry Potter Biggest Thrill in Sports: Making a game winner

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Birthdate: January 2, 1992 Major: Management leda and Pauline Family: Son of Balthazar Amadango Amassan Galita, Abatso ng. Has one brother, Joseph Marie-Therese and three sisters, Diana Kebeyeng, Adiria and Ambadiang Francoise. Favorite Team: Los Angeles Lakers Favorite Athlete: Samuel Eto’o Favorite Movie: The Godfather Favorite Book: Outliers


#5 Rodney Bullock #3 Kris Dunn

Sophomore Junior Forward Guard 6-8 6-4 225 220 New London, London High HighSchool School`’13 ‘12 Hampton,Conn. Va. New Kecoughtan

2014-15: Injured his leg, had surgery in October missed the entire season. 2013-14: Did not play. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Kecoughtan High School…Averaged 21.4 points, 16.1 rebounds and 2.0 blocks in 2013 to lead his team to a 25-6 record...Recorded a career-high 39 points versus Bethel as a senior...Grabbed a career-high 31 rebounds in a win over Churchland in 2013...Scored 1,778 points in his career as a four-year starter at Kecoughtan...Ranks fourth on the Peninsula District’s all-time scoring list…Helped Kecoughtan win two district titles…Awarded Daily Press District Player of the Year,… Was ranked as the fifth best player in Virginia and the 35th ranked small forward in the country in 2013, according to ESPN.com...Made the honor roll his senior year at Kecoughtan...Played for the Boo Williams AAU program.

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About Kyron Cartwright Birthdate: June 6, 1996 Major: Undeclared Family: Son of Anthony Cartwright and Jenise Henderson-Cartwright‌Has one brother, Bryce, who played basketball at Iowa Favorite Team: Oklahoma City Thunder Favorite Athlete: Jeremy Lamb Favorite Movie: Rush Hour 2 Favorite Food: BBQ Chicken Salad

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Birthdate: January 2, 1992 Major: Management leda and Pauline Family: Son of Balthazar Amadango Amassan Galita, Abatso ng. Has one brother, Joseph Marie-Therese and three sisters, Diana Kebeyeng, Adiria and Ambadiang Francoise. Favorite Team: Los Angeles Lakers Favorite Athlete: Samuel Eto’o Favorite Movie: The Godfather Favorite Book: Outliers


Sophomore Guard 6-0 185 Compton, Calif. Compton High School ‘14

#24 Kyron Cartwright #3 Kris Dunn

2014-15: Started his first game with the Friars and scored eight points, recorded five assists and grabbed three rebounds versus Albany (11/15/14)...Scored six points, had five assists and two steals versus Binghamton (11/17/14)...Registered six assists versus Navy (11/20/14)...Scored eight points and had seven assists versus Yale (11/28/14)...Scored nine points versus Brown (12/8/14)... Recorded seven assists versus Rhode Island (12/10/14)...Registered a double-double with 10 points and 10 assists versus Stony Brook (12/13/14)...Scored four points versus Xavier (1/22/15)...Scored 11 points and was 5-5 from the field versus DePaul (1/29/15)...Scored five points, grabbed four rebounds and registered three assists versus Seton Hall (2/14/15)...Scored six points and recorded four assists at DePaul (2/18/15)...Scored 12 points, grabbed four rebounds and had three assists at Villanova (2/14/15)... Recorded seven assists versus Marquette (3/1/15)... Scored five points versus #21 Butler (3/7/15)...Scored 5 points and had two assists versus Dayton in the NCAA Second Round (3/20/15). HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Compton High School in Compton, Calif. from 2012-14….Played varsity basketball for Coach Tony Thomas at Compton…Averaged 12 points and seven assists in 2013 and 18 points and nine assists in 2014…Earned First Team All-Moore League and Daily Breeze All-Area honors in 2013 and 2014…Led Compton High School to a 20-11 mark in 2013 and 25-8 mark in 2014…Ranked No. 45 for his position by ESPN.

CAREER HIGHS KYRON CARTWRIGHT MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS FIELD GOALS FG ATTEMPTS FG PCT. FREE THROWS FT ATTEMPTS FT PCT 3PT 3PT FGA 3PT FG% ASSISTS TURNOVERS BLOCKS STEALS

OVERALL 39 Yale (11/28/14) 12 Villanova (2/24/15) 6 Yale (11/28/14) 5 Twice 12 Villanova (2/24/15) 1.000 Three times 4 Twice 5 Villanova (2/24/15) 1.000 Four times 2 Stony Brook (12/13/14) 4 Navy (11/20/14) 1.000 Stony Brook (12/13/14) 10 Stony Brook (12/13/14) 4 Yale (11/28/14) 1 Twice 3 Twice

BIG EAST 24 12 4 5 12 1.000 4 5 1.000 1 3 .333 7 4

DePaul (1/29/15) Villanova (2/24/15) Three times Twice Villanova (2/24/15) Twice Xavier (2/7/15) Villanova (2/24/15) Twice Butler (3/7/15) Butler (3/7/15) Butler (3/7/15) Marquette (3/1/15) Marquette (1/3/15)

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Five times

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2014-15 TOTAL

G 34 34

MIN 639 639

FG 46 46

FGA 121 121

PCT .380 .380

3PT 4 4

3PA 33 33

PCT .121 .121

FT 23 23

FTA 31 31

PCT REB .742 53 .742 53

AVG 1.6 1.6

PTS 119 119

AVG PF-DQ A 3.5 41-0 89 3.5 41-0 89

TO BL ST 41 2 22 41 2 22

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About Tyree Chambers Birthdate: June 14, 1994 Major: Undeclared Family: Son of Donald Chambers and Andrea Seyfert Has one brother, Dominik Seyferth and three sisters, Julia Seyferth, Janine Chambers, and Denise Chambers. Favorite Athletes: Allen Iverson, Chis Paul, Michael Jordan, Lebron James and Kevin Durant Favorite Teams: Oklahoma City Thunder, Real Madrid Favorite Movies: Shooter and The Hangover Favorite Food: Spaghetti Bolognese, seafood, pizza and traditional German food Favorite Books: “Boot Camp� by Morton Rue Biggest Thrill in Sports: Game-winning shots and game-winning blocks

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Sophomore Guard 6-2 182 Bayreuth, Germany Medi Bayreuth ‘14

#14 Tyree Chambers

2014-15: Did not play team’s first 10 games due to an injured leg...Played in his first game versus Stony Brook (12/13/14). HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Graf-Münster-Gymnasium in Bayreuth, Germany from 2009-13… Played for First League Team, Medi Bayreuth, for coach Michael Koch in 2014…Played for the Cyber BBC Bayreuth team for coach Georg Kempf for 2008-13 seasons…Served as captain for the 2011-13 seasons…Averaged 18.2 points, 3.5 rebounds and 4.5 assists in 2013… Registered a career-high 34 points in a game against Tübingen in 2013…Earned best point guard in Würzburg in 2008.

CAREER HIGHS TYREE CHAMBERS OVERALL BIG EAST MINUTES 3 Stony Brook (12/13/14) 1 POINTS REBOUNDS FIELD GOALS FG ATTEMPTS 1 UMass (12/20/14) FG PCT. FREE THROWS FT ATTEMPTS FT PCT 3PT 3PT FGA 1 UMass (12/20/14) 3PT FG% ASSISTS TURNOVERS BLOCKS STEALS

Bulter (1/6/15)

CAREER STATISTICS Year 2014-15 TOTAL

G 3 3

MIN 5 5

FG 0 0

FGA 1 1

PCT .000 .000

3PT 0 0

3PA 1 1

PCT .000 .000

FT 0 0

FTA 0 0

PCT REB .000 0 .000 0

AVG 0.0 0.0

PTS 0 0

AVG PF-DQ A 0.0 2-0 0 0.0 2-0 0

TO BL ST 0 0 0 0 0 0

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About Isaiah Jackson Birthdate: February 27, 1995 Major: Management Family: Son of Gail Biggers Favorite Athlete: Kobe Bryant Favorite Movies: Friday Favorite Book: Jordan Favorite Food: Steak Biggest Thrill in Sports: Helping his team win games

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Birthdate: January 2, 1992 Major: Management leda and Pauline Family: Son of Balthazar Amadango Amassan Galita, Abatso ng. Has one brother, Joseph Marie-Therese and three sisters, Diana Kebeyeng, Adiria and Ambadiang Francoise. Favorite Team: Los Angeles Lakers Favorite Athlete: Samuel Eto’o Favorite Movie: The Godfather Favorite Book: Outliers


Sophomore Guard 6-6 212 Gainesville, Fla. Villages Charter School/George Mason

#44Kris Isaiah Jackson #3 Dunn

AT GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY (2014-2015): Opened his collegiate career with five points against Cornell (11/14), finishing with three rebounds, one assist and hitting a three-pointer … Earned first collegiate start at Northern Iowa (12/6), recording three rebounds, one steal and five points … Posted first double-digit outing against Catawba (12/17) shooting 5-for-7 from the field, hitting 2-for-2 from long range to finish with 14 points, and added three assists and two rebounds … Scored 14 points against Iona (12/20) … Hit six free throws against the Gaels, while also posting three rebounds, two assists and two steals … Scored a career-high 22 points at Wright State (12/23) shooting 7-of-11 from the field and 6-for-7 from the charity stripe … Contributed 13 points in Mason’s win over La Salle (1/3) going 9-for-12 from the free throw line to set a career-high and secured five rebounds and three steals in the win … Had eight points and seven rebounds at Richmond (1/8)…Posted nine points and six rebounds against Massachusetts (1/11) … Contributed 11 points, five rebounds, two assists and one steal against Davidson (1/24) … Scored 12 points and four rebounds at Duquesne (1/31) … Recorded first collegiate double-double against VCU (2/4) with 12 points and a career-best 10 rebounds … Followed suit with 11 points against Richmond (2/14), 12 points against Fordham (2/18) and 11 points against Rhode Island (2/21) … Posted 13 points and seven rebounds at Dayton (2/25) … Scored 18 points at Saint Louis (2/28) hitting a career-best four three-pointers and going 6-for-6 from the charity stripe … Named A-10 Rookie of the Week for games played Feb. 23-March 1 … Averaged 15.5 ppg, 5.0 rpg and 2.0 apg while shooting 71.4 percent from three-point range during the week … Recorded 16 points, three rebounds, one assist and one steal at VCU (3/7) … Finished season with an 18-point performance against Fordham (3/11) in the A-10 Tournament … Finished the season fourth on the team in scoring, averaging 8.7 ppg … Recorded 41 assists and 25 steals in his inaugural season … Saw action in all 31 games and started 23 ... Averaged 26.2 minutes per game his freshman season. HIGH SCHOOL: Played basketball at The Villages Charter where he earned All-State competing for the Buffalo … Averaged 17.0 points, 6.1 assists, 9.0 rebounds, 3.0 steals and 0.9 blocks per game as a senior … Helped the Buffalo to the State Playoffs and a 25-3 season under the guidance of coach Dave Krakoff … Played football for one year … Attended Gainesville High School for three years … Helped lead team to the 2013 Florida State Tournament Finals after averaging 16.0 ppg, 7.7 rpg, and 5.4 apg … Named Gainesville Sun 2013 Big School Player of the Year ... Played AAU basketball for Florida Elite Black.

CAREER HIGHS (AT GEORGE MASON) ISAIAH JACKSON MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS FIELD GOALS FG ATTEMPTS FG PCT. FREE THROWS FT ATTEMPTS FT PCT 3PT 3PT FGA 3PT FG% ASSISTS TURNOVERS BLOCKS STEALS

OVERALL 40 Twice 22 Wright State (12/23/14) 10 VCU (2/4/15) 7 Wright State (12/23/14) 15 Twice .714 Catawba (12/17/14) 9 La Salle (1/3/15)) 12 La Salle (1/3/15) 1.000 Six Times 4 St Louis (2/28/15) 7 Duquesne (1/31/15) 1.000 Twice 3 Three Times 5 Twice 1 Charleston (11/23/14) 4 Oklahoma (12/31/14)

ATLANTIC-10 40 Davidson (1/24/15)) 18 Saint Louis (2/28/15) 10 VCU (2/4/15) 5 Four Times 15 Davidson (1/24/15) .571 Saint Louis (2/28/15) 9 La Salle (1/3/15) 12 La Salle (1/3/15) 1.000 Twice 4 St Louis (2/28/15) 7 Duquesne (1/31/15) .800 St Louis (2/28/15) 3 Davidson (2/11/15) 5 Twice 3

La Salle (1/3/15)

CAREER STATISTICS (AT GEORGE MASON) Year 2014-15 TOTAL

G 31 31

MIN 811 811

FG 81 81

FGA 233 233

PCT .348 .348

3PT 31 31

3PA 87 87

PCT .356 .356

FT 77 77

FTA 109 109

PCT REB AVG .706 120 3.9 .706 120 3.9

PTS 270 270

AVG PF-DQ A 8.7 63-0 41 8.7 63-0 41

TO BL ST 63 1 25 63 1 25

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About Jalen Lindsey Birthdate: April 26, 1996 Major: Undeclared Family: Son of Walter and Sandra Lindsey Has two brothers, Chris Perkins and Zavien Lindsey Interests/Hobbies: Watching movies, Birthdate: January 2, 1992 spending time with family and friends Major: Management leda and Pauline Favorite Team: Oklahoma City Thunder Family: Son of Balthazar Amadango Amassan Galita, Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant Abatso ng. Has one brother, Joseph Marie-Therese Favorite Movie: Love and Basketball and three sisters, Diana Kebeyeng, Favorite Food: Pizza Adiria and Ambadiang Francoise. Interesting Facts: Mother played basketball at UniversityFavorite Team: Los Angeles Lakers Favorite Athlete: Samuel Eto’o of Alabama and Houston; Cousin, Brendon Triche, Favorite Movie: The Godfather played basketball at Syracuse (2009-13) Favorite Book: Outliers

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Sophomore Murfreesboro, Tenn.

#21 Jalen Lindsey

Guard 6-7 210 Huntington Prep ‘14

2014-15: Played 13 minutes in his first game versus Albany (11/15/14)...Scored three points and grabbed four rebounds versus Binghamton (11/17/14)...Scored five points versus Navy (11/20/14)...Scored 15 points on 5-6 shooting from three-point territory versus Florida State (11/22/14)...Did not play versus Yale due to an injured ankle (11/28/14)...Scored six points versus Brown (12/8/14)...Scored eight points versus Stony Brook (12/13/14)...Scored eight points versus UMass (12/20/14)...Scored eight points versus Creighton (12/31/14)...Scored eight points and grabbed five rebounds at Creighton (1/17/15)...Scored five points at No. 24 Georgetown (2/4/15)...Scored six points, grabbed four rebounds and made three steals (2/7/15)...Scored nine points and was 3-5 from three point territory versus #4 Villanova (3/13/15)... Scored 12 points and was 4-8 from three point range versus Dayton in the NCAA Second Round (3/20/15). HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Christ Presbyterian Academy (Nashville, Tenn.) from 2010-13...Attended Huntington Prep (Huntington, W. Va.) in 2014…Played varsity basketball all four years…Served as captain for all four varsity years…Shot 52 percent from field, including 43 percent from three-point territory at Huntington Prep…Led Christ Presbyterian to the State Championship title in 2012 and 2013…Earned First Team All-State honors and First Team All-Conference honors for his freshman, sophomore, and junior years…Earned Tennessee’s Mr. Basketball in 2013…Earned Playoff MVP in 2012 and 2013…Scored 43 points and grabbed 13 rebounds in the Tournament Championship against Ballard in 2013…Played for AAU teams Southern Stampede and Tennessee Travelers…Ranked No. 84 by Scout.com, No. 69 by Rivals.com, No. 100 by CBS 247, and No. 84 by ESPN.

CAREER HIGHS JALEN LINDSEY MINUTES POINTS REBOUNDS FIELD GOALS FG ATTEMPTS FG PCT. FREE THROWS FT ATTEMPTS FT PCT 3PT 3PT FGA 3PT FG% ASSISTS TURNOVERS BLOCKS STEALS

OVERALL 34 Creighton (1/17/15) 15 Florida State (11/22/14) 5 St. John’s (1/14/15) 5 Florida State (11/22/14) 9 Dayton (3/20/15) 1.000 Butler (3/7/15) 2 Twice 2 Three times 1.000 Twice 5 Florida State (11/22/14) 8 Dayton (3/20/15) 1.000 Twice 2 UMass (12/20/14) 2 Butler (1/6/15) 1 Twice 3 Twice

BIG EAST 34 Creighton (1/17/15) 8 Twice 5 Twice 3 Creighton (12/31/14) 8 Creighton (12/31/14) 1.000 Butler (3/7/15) 2 Georgetown (1/10/15) 2 Georgetown (1/10/15) 1.000 Twice 2 Twice 7 Twice 1.000 Villanova (2/11/15) Butler (1/6/15) Villanova (2/24/15) Xavier (2/7/15)

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CAREER STATISTICS Year 2014-15 TOTAL

G 33 33

MIN 590 590

FG 43 43

FGA 119 119

PCT .361 .361

3PT 31 31

3PA 94 94

PCT .330 .330

FT 10 10

FTA 18 18

PCT REB .556 51 .556 51

AVG 1.5 1.5

PTS 127 127

AVG PF-DQ A 3.8 39-0 6 3.8 39-0 6

TO BL ST 8 3 14 8 3 14

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About Tom Planek Birthdate: January 5, 1996 Major: Finance Family: Son of John and Mary Planek‌Has one brother, John, and three sisters, Elizabeth, Mary Kate, and Margaret Interests/hobbies: Golf Birthdate: January 2, 1992 Favorite Teams: Chicago White Sox, Chicago Bulls, San or: Management Maj leda and Pauline Antonio Spurs Family: Son of Balthazar Amadango Amassan Galita, Favorite Athletes: Boris Diaw, Paul Konerko Abatso ng. Has one brother, Joseph Marie-Therese Favorite Movie: Happy Gilmore and three sisters, Diana Kebeyeng, Favorite Food: Pizza Adiria and Ambadiang Francoise. Favorite Books: Harry Potter Favorite Team: Los Angeles Lakers Interesting Fact: Father played baseball and mother played Favorite Athlete: Samuel Eto’o volleyball at Illinois Institute of Technology Favorite Movie: The Godfather Favorite Book: Outliers Biggest Thrill: Winning Sectional Semifinals

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Sophomore Forward 6-6 205 Oak Park, Ill. Fenwick High School ‘14

#34 Tom Planek 2014-15: Played in his first game versus Binghamton (11/17/14)... Scored his first collegiate point versus Florida State (11/22/14)... Scored four points and grabbed one rebound at DePaul (2/18/15)... Grabbed one rebound in the Big East Tournament versus St. Johns (3/12/15). Received the Thomas Ramos Academic Award. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Fenwick High School in Oak Park, Ill. from 2010-14…Played three seasons of varsity basketball at Fenwick…Served as team captain in 2014… Averaged 13 points, 10 rebounds, and two assists per game in 2014…Won regional championship with Fenwick in 2013 and 2014…Earned MVP for Fenwick’s basketball…Played AAU basketball for OPRF Friars from 2009-2013...Achieved high honors academically all four years at Fenwick High School.

CAREER HIGHS HIGHS CAREER TOM PLANEK OVERALL MINUTES 3 DePaul (2/18/15) POINTS 4 DePaul (2/18/15) REBOUNDS 2 Binghamton (11/17/14) FIELD GOALS 1 DePaul (2/18/15) FG ATTEMPTS 2 DePaul (2/18/15) FG PCT. .500 DePaul (2/18/15) FREE THROWS 2 DePaul (2/18/15) FT ATTEMPTS 4 DePaul (2/18/15) FT PCT .500 Twice 3PT 3PT FGA 3PT FG% ASSISTS TURNOVERS 2 Binghamton (11/17/14) BLOCKS STEALS

BIG EAST 3 DePaul 4 DePaul 1 DePaul 1 DePaul 2 DePaul .500 DePaul 2 DePaul 4 DePaul .500 DePaul

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(2/18/15) (2/18/15) (2/18/15 (2/18/15) (2/18/15) (2/18/15) (2/18/15) (2/18/15) (2/18/15)

Villanova (2/24/15)

CAREER STATISTICS STATISTICS CAREER Year 2014-15 TOTAL

G 8 8

MIN 13 13

FG 1 1

FGA 4 4

PCT .250 .250

3PT 0 0

3PA 0 0

PCT .000 .000

FT 3 3

FTA 6 6

PCT REB .500 6 .500 6

AVG 0.8 0.8

PTS 5 5

AVG PF-DQ A 0.6 2-0 0 0.6 2-0 0

TO BL ST 4 0 0 4 0 0

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About Ricky Council II Birthdate: July 8, 1995 Major: Undeclared Family: Son of Rick and Ruth Council. Has a sister, Rhianna, and two brothers, Ricky III and Ricky IV Favorite Team: Los Angeles Clippers Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan Favorite Movie: I Am Legend Favorite Food: Chicken Parmesan Favorite Book: Playing For Keeps Biggest Thrill in Sports: Games that go into overtime

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Birthdate: January 2, 1992 Major: Management leda and Pauline Family: Son of Balthazar Amadango Amassan Galita, Abatso ng. Has one brother, Joseph Marie-Therese and three sisters, Diana Kebeyeng, Adiria and Ambadiang Francoise. Favorite Team: Los Angeles Lakers Favorite Athlete: Samuel Eto’o Favorite Movie: The Godfather Favorite Book: Outliers


#22 Ricky Council II

Freshman Guard 6-5 200 Durham, N.C. Moravian Prep ‘15

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Northern Durham and Moravian Prep…Led Moravian Prep to a 38-7 record in 2015…Averaged 28.3 points per game while shooting over 45 percent from beyond the arc at Moravian Prep…Scored 53 points in a game on November of 2014, shooting 10-11 from threepoint range…Captained the basketball team his junior and senior years at Northern Durham…Played for Coach Ronnie Russel at Northern Durham and Jeremy Ellis at Moravian Prep…Led his team to a 26-3 record and a Conference Championship in 2014 at Northern Durham…Was named Conference Player of the Year, First Team All-State, and District Player of the Year in 2014 at Northern Durham…Lettered in Track and Field for two years at Northern Durham…Scored over 2,000 points in his high school career while averaging 6.0 rebounds per game…Ranked the eighth best prospect in North Carolina by Max Preps…Played for the Team Loaded AAU squad of Virginia under Coach Ty White.

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About Drew Edwards Birthdate: May 20, 1997 Major: Management Family: Son of Darryle and Jan Edwards. Has a brother, Darryle, and a sister, Danielle Favorite Team: Houston Rockets Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan Favorite Movie: Transformers Favorite Food: Chicken and rice Biggest Thrill in Sports: Game winning shot

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Birthdate: January 2, 1992 Major: Management leda and Pauline Family: Son of Balthazar Amadango Amassan Galita, Abatso ng. Has one brother, Joseph Marie-Therese and three sisters, Diana Kebeyeng, Adiria and Ambadiang Francoise. Favorite Team: Los Angeles Lakers Favorite Athlete: Samuel Eto’o Favorite Movie: The Godfather Favorite Book: Outliers


#25 Drew Edwards

Freshman Guard 6-3 185 Perry Hall, Md. Calvert Hall ‘15

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Calvert Hall College High School… Captained his team during his junior and senior seasons…Averaged 18 points and 7.0 rebounds as a senior…Scored over 1,500 points in his career…Named First Team All-Metro twice (2014, 2015)…Earned Baltimore Catholic League First Team honors in 2015…Earned All-MIAA First Team accolades three years (2013-15)…Averaged 15 points and was named first-team All-Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference and All-Baltimore Catholic League as a junior…Led Calvert to a 28-6 record and a runner-up finish in the BCL tournament in 2014… Played under Coach John Bauresfeld at Calvert… Ranked the No. 4 prospect in Maryland by Max Preps…Ranked as a four star recruit and 42nd at his position by ESPN.com…Played on the Maryland 3D AAU club under Coach David Thurston and Tank Duckett.

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About Ryan Fazekas Birthdate: October 30, 1996 Major: Undeclared Family: Son of Bill and Margaret Fazekas. Has one brother, Dylan Favorite Team: Chicago Bulls Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant Favorite Movie: American Sniper Favorite Food: Steak Favorite Book: The Outsiders Biggest Thrill in Sports: Winning the Indiana State Championship

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Birthdate: January 2, 1992 Major: Management leda and Pauline Family: Son of Balthazar Amadango Amassan Galita, Abatso ng. Has one brother, Joseph Marie-Therese and three sisters, Diana Kebeyeng, Adiria and Ambadiang Francoise. Favorite Team: Los Angeles Lakers Favorite Athlete: Samuel Eto’o Favorite Movie: The Godfather Favorite Book: Outliers


#35 Ryan Fazekas

Freshman Guard 6-8 205 Chesterton, Ind. Marquette Catholic High School ‘15

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Marquette Catholic High School… Played under Coach Donovan Garlett…Averaged 25 points, four assists, and 10 rebounds as a senior…Scored 1,464 career points…Named an Indiana All-Star in 2013, 2014, and 2015…Was a 2015 McDonald’s All-American Nominee… Scored 34 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in the State Championship while setting the record for the most threepointers made in a state title by making seven…Was a four-year team captain… Averaged 15 points and eight rebounds as a junior…Led team to an 18-6 record and a Division 1A state title as a junior…Ranked the fourth best prospect in Indiana and the 29th best prospect at his position by ESPN.com… Played for the Mean Streets AAU program out of Chicago under Coach Tai Streets and Chris Buggs.

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About Quadree Smith Birthdate: January 16, 1996 Major: Undeclared Family: Son of Rob and Latasha Smith. Has a sister, Bianca, and a brother, Malik Favorite Teams: Washington Wizards Favorite Athlete: Kevin Durant Favorite Movie: Love and Basketball Favorite Food: Steak Biggest Thrill in Sports: Winning a championship

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Birthdate: January 2, 1992 Major: Management leda and Pauline Family: Son of Balthazar Amadango Amassan Galita, Abatso ng. Has one brother, Joseph Marie-Therese and three sisters, Diana Kebeyeng, Adiria and Ambadiang Francoise. Favorite Team: Los Angeles Lakers Favorite Athlete: Samuel Eto’o Favorite Movie: The Godfather Favorite Book: Outliers


#10 Quadree Smith

Freshman Forward 6-8 285 Temple Hills, Md. IMG Academy ‘15

HIGH SCHOOL: Finished his high school career at IMG Academy (Fla.)... Also attended Potomac (Md.)…Played varsity basketball for Coach Renard Johnson at Potomac High School … Scored 824 points, grabbed 900 rebounds, and dished out 112 assists in his High School career … Won the Class 2A Maryland State Championship in 2014 scoring 14 points and grabbing 19 rebounds in the title game … Scored 13 points and pulled in 19 rebounds in a double-overtime win against Oak Hill to end Oak Hill’s 56-game winning streak in 2013 … Played for the Team Takeover AAU club under Coach Keith Stevens.

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ED COOLEY

basketball Camp

TO SIGN UP CONTACT : Providence College 1 Cunningham Square Providence, RI 02918 www.providence.edu For more information contact: Susan Gaber, Senior Office Assistant Email: sgaber@providence.edu Office: 401-865-2266 Kevin Kurbec, Associate Director of Player Development Email: kkurbec@providence.edu

The camp • • • • • • • •

amp typical c daily schedule

Coach Cooley and his staff of professional educators teach basic fundamentals to advanced theory. The staff-student ratio ranges from 1:8 to 1:10. Teams are coached by college coaches, high school coaches, 8:45 a.m. Drop off and college players. 9:00 a.m. Camp Begins Each student plays on a team with players of his 9:15 a.m. Stations own age and ability. 10:15 a.m. Games Students play at least half of every game. Birthdate: January 2, 1992 Noon Lunch Students work on skills like ball handling, balance, defense, Major: Management leda and Pauline 12:30 p.m. Lecture dribbling, rebounding, passing, and shooting. Family: Son of Balthazar Amadango eph Amassan Galita, p.m. Stations r, Jos bytso ng. Has one1:30 Students are taught conditioning exercises and drills used brothe Aba ng, Marie-Therese 2:30 Games Kebeye na p.m. college and pro players, as well as challenge and motivation and three sisters, Dia ise. ncoDismissal/Pickup 4:00Fra p.m. techniques for the off-season. Adiria and Ambadiang Lakers schedule for Angeles is a tentative Special guests share their success secrets with students.Favorite Team: Los(This ’o camp.) Eto uel weekday day Favorite Athlete: Sam er Favorite Movie: The Godfath OTHER FEATURES CAMPS OFFERED Favorite Book: Outliers • Stations for individual instruction • Day Camp • Certificates and awards • Overnight Camp • Individual competition events • Team Camp THIS CAMP IS NOT OWNED OR OPERATED • Camp t-shirts (one per camper) • Father/Son Camp BY PROVIDENCE COLLEGE. 62

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2015-2016 Roster ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

NO. 0 5 24 14 22 3 25 35 44 21 32 34 10 12

NAME YEAR Ben Bentil SO Rodney Bullock SO Kyron Cartwright SO Tyree Chambers SO Ricky Council II FR Kris Dunn JR Drew Edwards FR Ryan Fazekas FR Isaiah Jackson SO Jalen Lindsey SO Junior Lomomba JR Tom Planek SO Quadree Smith FR Casey Woodring JR

HGT 6-9 6-8 6-0 6-2 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-8 6-6 6-7 6-5 6-6 6-8 6-2

WGT 235 225 185 182 200 220 185 205 212 210 205 205 285 185

POS F F G G G G G G G G G F F G

HOMETOWN/LAST TEAM Wilmington,Del./St. Andrew’s School ‘14 Hampton, Va./Kecoughtan High School ‘13 Compton, Calif./Compton High School ‘14 Bayreuth, Germany/Medi Bayreuth ‘14 Durham, N.C./Moravian Prep ‘15 New London, Conn./New London High School ‘12 Perry Hall, Md./Calvert Hall ‘15 Chesterton, Ind./Marquette Catholic High School ‘15 Gainesville, Fla./Villages Charter School ‘14/George Mason Murfreesboro, Tenn./Huntington Prep ‘14 Montreal, Quebec/Madison Memorial ‘12 Oak Park, Ill./Fenwick High School ‘14 Temple Hills, Md./IMG Academy ‘15 Darien, Conn./Cushing Academy ‘13

NUMERICAL ROSTER NO. NAME YEAR HGT WGT POS HOMETOWN/LAST TEAM 0 Ben Bentil SO 6-9 235 F Wilmington,Del./St. Andrew’s School ‘14 3 Kris Dunn JR 6-4 220 G New London, Conn./New London High School ‘12 5 Rodney Bullock SO 6-8 225 F Hampton, Va./Kecoughtan High School ‘13 10 Quadree Smith FR 6-8 285 F Temple Hills, Md./IMG Academy ‘15 12 Casey Woodring JR 6-2 185 G Darien, Conn./Cushing Academy ‘13 14 Tyree Chambers SO 6-2 182 G Bayreuth, Germany/Medi Bayreuth ‘14 21 Jalen Lindsey SO 6-7 210 G Murfreesboro, Tenn./Huntington Prep ‘14 22 Ricky Council II FR 6-5 200 G Durham, N.C./Moravian Prep ‘15 24 Kyron Cartwright SO 6-0 185 G Compton, Calif./Compton High School ‘14 25 Drew Edwards FR 6-3 185 G Perry Hall, Md./Calvert Hall ‘15 32 Junior Lomomba JR 6-5 205 G Montreal, Quebec/Madison Memorial ‘12 34 Tom Planek SO 6-6 205 F Oak Park, Ill./Fenwick High School ‘14 35 Ryan Fazekas FR 6-8 205 G Chesterton, Ind./Marquette Catholic High School ‘15 44 Isaiah Jackson SO 6-6 212 G Gainesville, Fla./Villages Charter School ‘14/George Mason Head Coach: Ed Cooley (Stonehill ‘94) Associate Head Coach: Andre LaFleur (Northeastern ‘87) Assistant Coach: Jeff Battle (Marshall Universit y ‘85) Assistant Coach: Brian Blaney (Roanoke College ’94)

Associate Director of Player Dev./Video Ops. Kevin Kurbec (Providence College `02) Strength Coach: Kenneth White (University of Vermont ‘92) Associate Athletic Director for Sports Medicine: John Rock

PLAYERS LOST (# Starts): LaDontae Henton (34), Carson RETURNING PLAYERS (9) 2014-15 PTS/REB POS HT Desrosiers (31), Tyler Harris (12), Paschal Chukwu (3), Ted Bancroft (0) # NAME 0 Ben Bentil 6.4/4.9 F 6-9 PLAYERS RETURNING (# Starts): 3 Kris Dunn 15.6/5.5 G 6-4 Kris Dunn (33), Ben Bentil (23), Jalen Lindsey (13), Kyron Cartwright 5 Rodney Bullock -/- F 6-8 (8), Junior Lomomba (13), Tom Planek (0), Casey Woodring (0), Tyree 12 Casey Woodring 0.4/0.1 G 6-2 Chambers (0) 14 Tyree Chambers 0.0/0.0 G 6-2 21 Jalen Lindsey 3.8/1.5 G 6-7 DEPARTING PLAYERS (5) 2014-15 24 Kyron Cartwright 3.5/1.6 G 5-11 # NAME PTS/REB POS HT WT CL 32 Junior Lomomba 1.7/1.2 G 6-5 13 Paschal Chukwu 2.6/2.4 C 7-2 226 FR 34 Tom Planek 0.6/0.8 F 6-6 22 Ted Bancroft 1.0/0.7 G 6-6 215 GS 23 LaDontae Henton 19.7/6.5 F 6-6 215 SR NEWCOMERS (5) 2015-16 25 Tyler Harris 9.9/4.0 F 6-9 223 JR # NAME PTS/REB POS HT 33 Carson Desrosiers 6.7/4.4 C 7-0 250 SR 10 Quadree Smith - F 6-8 22 Ricky Council - G 6-5 FRIARS BY CLASS 25 Drew Edwards - G 6-3 (Jr.-3/So.-7/Fr.-4) 35 Ryan Fazekas - G 6-8 Juniors (3): Kris Dunn, Junior Lomomba, Casey Woodring 44 Isaiah Jackson 8.7/3.9* G 6-6 Sophomores (7): Ben Bentil, Rodney Bullock, Tyree Chambers, *at George Mason Isaiah Jackson, Jalen Lindsey, Kyron Cartwright, Tom Planek

WT

CL

235 220 225 185 182 210 185 205 205

SO JR SO JR SO SO SO JR SO

WT

CL

285 200 185 205 212

FR FR FR FR SO

Freshmen (4): Ricky Council, Drew Edwards, Ryan Fazekas, Quadree Smith

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2014-2015 2014-2015 Final Final Statistics Statistics 2014-2015 Final Statistics

Overall Statistics Overall Statistics # 23 03 25 00 33 24 12 21 13 32 34 14 22

REBOUNDS Friars GP-GS MIN-AVG MIN-AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF OFF DEF DEF TOT TOT AVG FO TO BLK BLKSTLSTLPTSPTSAVG AVG FRIARS GP-GS FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT AVGPFPF FO AA TO Henton, LaDontae 1257-37.0 1398-39.9 230-516 .446 64-189.419 .339 77-210 145-191 60 .853 162 19 222 1 669 21.8 19.7 Cotton, Bryce 34-34 35-35 230-549 .367 .759 226-265 105 6.5 124 763.5 51 0 29205 68 85 16 3 46 35 763 Dunn, Kris 33-33 1123-34.0 1299-37.1 185-390 .474 27-77 .446 .351 48-134 118-172 28 .746 152 86 180 1 515 14.0 15.6 HENTON, LaDontae 35-35 168-377 .358 .686 106-142 190 5.5 276 101 7.9 83 2 24759 13855 1020 90 46 490 Harris, Tyler Kadeem 34-12 908-26.7 118-280 .421 22-77 .434 .286 5-15 80-109.333 .734 43 .743 94 108 137 1 10 34 43 38 59 7 27 30 338 9.9 Batts, 35-35 1071-30.6 147-339 130-175 151 4.0 259 817.4 122 11 429 12.3 Carson Desrosiers, 32-31 804-25.1 75-167 .449 6-15 .400 58-80 .725 49 91 140 4.4 94 2 27 29 79 11 214 6.7 HARRIS, Tyler 34-23 35-35 1126-32.2 136-314 104-124 103 4.9 179 895.1 104 5 21 49 40 75 1223 934 405 Bentil, Ben 730-21.5 75-172 .436 9-30 .433 .300 29-90 57-82 .322 .695 79 .839 87 76 166 2 216 11.6 6.4 Fortune, 35-35 1154-33.0 101-244 36-47 17 .766 106 393.0 81 4 6 72 8 66 3 9 14 33 294 8.4 Lindsey, Jalen Josh 33-13 590-17.9 43-119 .361 31-94 .414 .330 56-160 10-18 .350 .556 34 15 51 91 1.5 0 127 3.8 DUNN,Kyron Kris 34-8 4-0 106-26.5 .3806-19 1 9 1.610 412.5 0 9 0 89 20 41 14 2 1 227 119 15 3.5 Cartwright, 639-18.8 46-121 4-33 .316 .121 0-223-31 .000 .742 3-3 7 1.000 46 53 3.8 Paschal Chukwu, 34-3 335-9.9 33-50 .660 0-0 .000 24-40 .600 33 50 83 2.4 63 2 5 19 23 9 90 2.6 DESROSIERS, Carson 34-0 676-19.9 .326 46-102 .451 .182 1-421-32 .250 .65631-46 11 .674 47 117 1.2 164 274.8 96 3 13 20 13 25 1 82 815 124 Lomomba, Junior 31-13 344-11.1 15-46 2-11 26 37 0 53 1.7 3.6 Bancroft, Ted 21-0 90-4.3 6-16 .375 5-14 .357 4-7 .571 4 11 15 0.7 10 0 3 3 2 3 21 1.0 Kofane, Brice 21-0 93-4.4 7-12 .583 0-0 .000 7-14 .500 7 9 16 0.8 14 0 1 5 8 0 21 Planek, Tom 8-0 13-1.6 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 3-6 .500 4 2 6 0.8 2 0 0 4 0 0 5 0.6 1.0 Woodring, Casey 7-0 12-1.7 1-7 .143 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 1 0 1 0.1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0.4 WOODRING, Casey 7-0 10-1.4 2-4 .500 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 1 0 1 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0.7 Chambers, Tyree 3-0 5-1.7 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 BANCROFT, Ted 30-0 158-5.3 4-13 .308 1-9 .111 3-8 .375 4 16 20 0.7 24 0 3 3 0 9 12 0.4 Team 75 62 137 2 6 Goldsbrough, Lee 26-0 159-6.1 2-11 .182 0-1 .000 4-7 .571 13 11 24 0.9 18 0 4 11 0 4 8 0.3 Total 34 6850 828-1889 .438 171-546 .313 543-768 .707 411 817 474 407 Conference Statistics TEAM 55122844 36.1 99 628 9 8 155 242 2370 69.7 Opponents 6850 760-1804 .421 218-654 489-709 334 .782 759432 1093 32.1 656 16 411 196 2566 2227 73.3 65.5 TOTAL 34 35 7250 849-1984 .428 .333218-628 .347 .690 650-831 846 1278 36.5 603 24 476 442406 107 173 194 Opponents 35 7250 893-2017 .443 188-574 .328 469-681 .689 374 788 1162 33.2 689 - 422 383 112 200 2443 69.8

Conference Statistics #

Friars

A

23

Henton, LaDontae FRIARS

11

03

Dunn, Kris

25

Harris, Tyler Cotton,

00 33 24 12 21 13 32 34 14 22

GP-GS MIN-AVG FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT AVG PF FO REBOUNDS 18-18 GP-GS 692-38.4 116-266 36-106 94-122PCT .770 42 PF 0 FO MIN-AVG .436 FG-FGA PCT .340 3FG-FGA FT-FTA36 PCT89 OFF125DEF 6.9 TOT AVG 18-18

656-36.4

108-227

.476

18-50

.360

72-106

.679

15

91

106

5.9

55

435-24.2 59-141 .418 13-43.434 .30243-104 32-42 .762 21 .823 38 9 59 61 3.3 754-41.9 124-286 .413 130-158 70 44 3.9 Bryce 18-0 18-18 Desrosiers, CarsonLaDontae 18-18 399-22.2 40-88 .455 2-14 .442 .14329-84 44-55 4.9 48 HENTON, 686-38.1 91-206 .345 .800 51-69 41 .739 48 41 89 88 129 7 18-18 .2 Bentil, Ben Kadeem 16-15 390-24.4 40-88 .455 0-5 .426 .000 0-4 23-32 3.8 39 582-32.3 72-169 .000 .719 84-112 21 .750 39 61 60 85 146 8.1 Batts, 18-18 Lindsey, Jalen Tyler 18-0 282-15.7 24-56 .429 1-8 .424 .12513-45 12-18 HARRIS, 18-18 587-32.6 61-144 .289 .667 44-53 3 .830 19 35 22 57 1.2 92 21 5.1 1.000 Cartwright, Kyron 3-3.0 1-1 1-1 .418 1.000 Fortune, Josh 1-0 640-35.6 59-141 34-920-0 .370 .000 73 04.1 18-18 11-18 0 . 611 0 8 0 65 0.0 Chukwu, Paschal 18-7 287-15.9 18-60 .300 9-45 .488 .200 0-0 5-12.000 .417 DESROSIERS, Carson 17-0 349-20.5 20-41 16-26 13 .615 19 24 32 53 1.8 77 23 4.5 Lomomba, Junior Ted18-3 210-11.7 18-23 BANCROFT, 16-0 98-6.1 .7834-7 0-0 .571 .000 1-3 12-22.333 .5451-4 21 .250 31 1 52 8 2.99 37 0.6 Kofane, 13-0 41-3.2 .2653-4 1-7 .750 .143 0-0 19-28.000 .6790-1 9 .000 0.3 Bancroft, Ted Brice 17-11 245-14.4 9-34 19 1 28 3 1.64 18 Goldsbrough, Lee 13-0 60-4.6 0-0 .000 7 8 0.6 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 1 Planek, Tom 2-0 4-2.0 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 1 0 1 0.5 0 3-1.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 WOODRING, Casey 3-0 Woodring, Casey 1-0 0-0.0 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 2 TEAM 29 14 43 Chambers, Tyree 12-0 47-3.9 0-6 .000 0-5 .000 0-0 .000 2 2 4 0.3 7 3800 435-1002 .434 120-332 .361 337-441 .764 210 441 651 36.2 TEAM 18 Team

1

TO

A

0

139

0 30 2 41 1 66 0 57 0 46 0 53 2 16 04 9 0 0

0 12 109 1 1533 6 1423 3 3423 3 0 46 1 1 10 0 3 3 0 11 0 0 2 0 0 0

BLK

STL

37TO 12 19 BLK STL 75

6

50

306

2147 5

14 14

2030

3 7 12 3819 0 15 0 5 1 38 16 0 0 6 0 0 0

519

1131 1444

2

PTS

7

619

AVG

362 20.1 PTS AVG 163 421 126 262 103 228 61 179 3 163 50 56 48 10 38 6 2 4 0

17.0 9.1 23.4 7.0 14.6 6.4 12.7 3.4 9.9 3.0 9.1 2.8 3.3 2.7 0.6 0.5 2.2 0.2 2.0 0.0

020 41 8 7 9 12 2 5 5 8 2 5 0 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 5 0 1 2 1 2 0 0.0 323 14 249 215 98 92 1327 73.7 0 5

35

24

59

Total

18

3650

434-992

.438

81-284

.285

315-441

.714

218

419

637

35.4

347

5

241

4

210

86

116

1264

70.2

Opponents

18

3650

413-957

.432

127-344

.369

286-397

.720

174

401

575

31.9

358

7

231

221

62

108

1239

68.8

TEAM  STATISTICS PC OPP SCORING 2370 2227 Points per game 69.7 65.5 Scoring margin +4.2 FIELD GOALS-ATT 828-1889 760-1804 Field goal pct .438 .421 INDIVIDUAL SEASON HIGHS: 3 POINT FG-ATT 171-546 218-654 Points – 38 by LaDontae Henton vs. Notre Dame (11/23/14) 3-point FG pct .313 .333 Field Goals Made – 14 by LaDontae Henton vs. Notre Dame (11/23/14) Field 26 by LaDontae6.4 3-pt FG made per Goals game Attempted 5.0 – Henton vs. Dayton (3/20/15) FREE THROWS-ATT 543-768 489-709 3-Pt. FG Made – 6 by LaDontae Henton vs. Marquette (1/3/15) 3-Pt. FG Attempted – 13 by LaDontae Free throw pct .707 .690 2 199 2, y uar made per game Henton vs. Dayton (3/20/15) Birthda te: Jan F-Throws 16.0 14.4 Free Throws Made – 12 by Ben Bentil vs. Seton Hall (3/4/15) REBOUNDS 1228 1093 ment age Man or: Maj Free Throws Attempted – 14 by LaDontae Henton vs. Georgetown (1/10/15) Rebounds per game adangoleda 36.1 and Pauline32.1 ar Am Balthazmargin 14 by Kris Dunn vs. Butler (1/6/15) Family: Son of Rebounding +4.0 assan Galita, Rebounds – 15 by LaDontae Henton vs. Marquette (3/1/15) ASSISTS 474 Has one brother, Joseph Am 411 ng. tso Aba Assists – 14 by Kris Dunn vs. Navy (11/20/14) Assists per gameKeb herese 12.1 Marie-T , Diana eyeng, 13.9 e sisters Blocked Shots – 6 by Carson Desrosiers vs. Creighton (1/17/15)/ and thre TURNOVERS 407 442 Stony Brook (12/13/14) nco and Am Turnovers perFra game ise. 12.0 13.0 badiang Adiria Steals – 6 by Kris Dunn vs. Seton Hall (2/14/15)/ Georgetown (2/4/14) Turnover margin +1.0 ers Lak eles Ang Los m: Favorit e TeaAssist/turnover ratio 1.2 0.9 STEALS 242 196 lete: Samuel Eto’o e Ath orit Fav 2014-15 STARTING LINEUPS RECORDS: StealsThe er 7.1 5.8 Godfath ie: per game e Mov 22-12: LaDontae Henton Favorit 8-5: Jalen Lindsey BLOCKS 155 107 8-4: Tyler Harris liers 8-5: Jalen Lindsey k: Out e Boo Blocks per game 4.6 3.1 Favorit 20-11: Carson Desrosiers 20-11: Carson Desrosiers 14-9: Ben Bentil ATTENDANCE 146444 183896 21-12: Kris Dunn 2-1: Paschal Chukwu Home games-Avg/Game6-2: Kyron 17-8614 12-10856 6-2: Kyron Cartwright Cartwright Neutral site-Avg/Game - 5-10725 9-4: Junior Lomomba

SCORING BY PERIODS 1st PROVIDENCE 1101 Opponents 1007

64

2nd 1250 1207

OT 19 13

OTAL 2OT T 2370 2227

AVG. 69.7 65.5


2014-2015 Final Statistics 2014-15 FINAL RESULTS (22-12 overall/11-7 BIG EAST) PG63  

Date 11-15 11-17 11-20 11-22 11-23 11-28 11-30 12-5 12-8 12-10 12-13 12-20 12-22 12-31 1-3 1-6 1-10 1-14 1-17 1-22 1-29 1-31 2-4 2-7 2-11 2-14 2-18 2-24 3-1 3-4 3-7 3-12 3-13 3-20

OPPONENT  

DATE   SCORE   LEADING  SCORER  

REBOUNDER  

ASSISTS    

STEALS    

ALBANY

11/15/14 64-60

23-HARRIS, Tyler

11-HENTON, LaDonta

5-CARTWRIGHT

3-HENTON, LaDonta

BINGHAMTON NAVY Florida State Notre Dame YALE Kentucky

11/17/14 11/20/14 11/22/14 11/23/14 11/28/14 11/30/14

66-45 88-51 80-54 75-74 72-66 38-58

12-HENTON, LaDonta 22-HENTON, LaDonta 24-HENTON, LaDonta 38-HENTON, LaDonta 29-HENTON, LaDonta 10-HARRIS, DESROSIERS

10-DESROSIERS, Ca 7-DUNN, Kris 10-HENTON, LaDonta 6-DESROSIERS, Car 7-HARRIS, Tyler 6-HARRIS, DUNN

7-DUNN, Kris 14-DUNN, Kris 9-DUNN, Kris 5-DUNN, Kris 7-CARTWRIGHT, 3-DUNN, Kris

5-DUNN, Kris 3-DUNN, Kris 4-HENTON, LaDonta 2-CARTWRIGHT, Kyr 3-HENTON, LaDonta 1-DUNN, Kris

Boston College BROWN RHODE ISLAND STONY BROOK UMASS Miami (FL) CREIGHTON Marquette

12-5-14 12/8/14 12/10/14 12/13/14 12/20/14 12/22/14 12/31/14 1/3/15

60-69 67-77 68-60 79-61 85-65 76-62 65-53 66-75

24-DUNN, Kris 16-DUNN, HENTON 22-DUNN, Kris 19-HENTON, LaDonta 27-HENTON, LaDonta 25-HENTON, LaDonta 35-HENTON, LaDonta 28-HENTON, LaDonta

6-DUNN, Kris 8-DUNN, Kris 7-CARTWRIGHT, Kyr 10-CARTWRIGHT, Ky 11-DUNN, Kris 13-DUNN, Kris 12-DUNN, Kris 8-DUNN, Kris

4-DUNN, Kris 3-DUNN, LINDSEY 4-DUNN, Kris 4-DUNN, Kris 5-DUNN, Kris 3-DUNN, Kris 2-HARRIS, DUNN 2-DUNN, Kris

Butler GEORGETOWN ST. JOHN'S Creighton XAVIER DEPAUL St. John’s Georgetown Xavier VILLANOVA SETON HALL

01/06/15 1/10/15 1/14/15 01-17-15 1/22/15 1/29/15 1/31/15 2/4/15 02/07/15 2/11/14 2/14/15

66-62 60-57 70-83 74-65 69-66 83-72 66-75 74-71 69-78 68-74 69-62

25-DUNN, Kris 19-HENTON, LaDonta 22-HENTON, LaDonta 21-DUNN, Kris 24-HENTON, LaDonta 27-DUNN, Kris 23-DUNN, Kris 16-BENTIL, HENTON 24-HENTON, LaDonta 23-HENTON, LaDonta 22-HENTON, LaDonta

6-DESROSIERS, Car 8-HENTON, LaDonta 9-DUNN, Kris 7-DUNN, HARRIS 9-DESROSIERS, Car 7-DESROSIERS, Car 8-HENTON, DUNN 5-HARRIS, DESROSIERS DUNN, HENTON 9-CHUKWU, Paschal 10-DESROSIERS, Ca 10-BENTIL, Ben 8-DESROSIERS, DUNN 10-HENTON, DUNN 13-DUNN, Kris 6-HENTON, LaDonta 11-BENTIL, Ben 9-HENTON, LaDonta 6-DUNN, Kris 9-HENTON, LaDonta

6-DUNN, Kris 9-DUNN, Kris 10-DUNN, Kris 7-DUNN, Kris 8-DUNN, Kris 11-DUNN, Kris 4-CARTWRIGHT, Kyr 9-DUNN, Kris 8-DUNN, Kris 8-DUNN, Kris 8-DUNN, Kris

1-LINDSEY, Jalen 3-DUNN, Kris 2-HENTON, DUNN 2-DUNN, Kris 3-DUNN, Kris 3-DUNN, HARRIS 2-HENTON, LaDonta 6-DUNN, Kris 3-LINDSEY, Jalen 4-DUNN, Kris 6-DUNN, Kris

DePaul

02-18-15 84-57

22-HENTON, LaDonta

11-HENTON, LaDonta

4-DUNN, CARTWRIGHT4-DUNN, Kris

Villanova MARQUETTE Seton Hall BUTLER St. John's

02/24/15 3/1/15 3/4/15 3/7/15 3/12/15

61-89 77-66 79-66 64-68 74-57

18-HARRIS, Tyler 25-HENTON, LaDonta 21-BENTIL, HENTON 23-DUNN, Kris 20-HENTON, LaDonta

5-DUNN, Kris 15-HENTON, LaDonta 10-BENTIL, Ben 7-HENTON, LaDonta 13-BENTIL, Ben

7-DUNN, Kris 9-DUNN, Kris 8-DUNN, Kris 6-DUNN, Kris 11-DUNN, Kris

vs Villanova vs Dayton

3/13/15 3/20/15

61-63 53-66

22-DUNN, Kris 18-HENTON, LaDonta

10-BENTIL, Ben 11-HENTON, LaDonta

9-DUNN, Kris 4-DUNN, Kris

Opponent ALBANY BINGHAMTON NAVY Florida State Notre Dame YALE Kentucky Boston College BROWN RHODE ISLAND STONY BROOK UMASS University of Miami CREIGHTON Marquette BUTLER GEORGETOWN ST.JOHN’S Creighton XAVIER DEPAUL St. John’s Georgetown Xavier VILLANOVA SETON HALL DePaul Villanova MARQUETTE Seton Hall Butler ST. JOHN’S VILLANOVA Dayton

CAREER HIGHS

FRIARS FG-FGA 24-59 24-58 31-56 29-54 28-50 22-43 11-39 24-61 25-63 23-46 25-61 33-73 29-53 24-54 23-57 23-47 18-57 25-63 24-50 23-59 27-51 26-63 23-43 23-52 22-51 24-63 28-53 26-58 29-64 23-51 23-56 25-62 21-60 20-59

CAREER STATISTICS

3FG-A 4-13 0-9 11-21 9-19 6-18 3-13 3-12 6-20 4-19 1-6 8-19 8-22 4-12 6-24 9-26 4-13 3-15 6-21 6-14 3-21 3-10 3-16 5-13 7-19 8-18 4-15 1-9 3-10 2-11 4-11 4-18 6-12 7-21 10-26

FT-FTA 12-24 18-24 15-23 13-18 13-14 25-40 13-18 6-11 13-21 21-26 21-28 11-14 14-18 11-16 11-16 16-25 21-30 14-25 20-27 20-29 26-34 11-16 23-32 16-23 16-22 17-25 27-33 6-12 17-25 29-33 14-18 18-24 12-17 3-7

RB 36 49 36 34 23 33 29 28 39 32 45 42 35 34 31 36 40 44 35 44 38 34 31 30 28 36 35 30 45 39 27 49 42 39

 

 

BLOCKS   1-DESROSIERS, HENTON, CHUKWU 4-DESROSIERS, Car 3-DESROSIERS, Car 2-DESROSIERS, Car 1-BENTIL, Ben 4-DESROSIERS, Car 1-CARTWRIGHT, LINDSEY DESROSIERS 2-DESROSIERS, Car 5-DESROSIERS, Car 2-DESROSIERS, Car 6-DESROSIERS, Car 2-DESROSIERS, Car 5-DESROSIERS, Car 3-DESROSIERS, Car 4-CHUKWU, Paschal 3-DESROSIERS, Car 4-DESROSIERS, Car 2-DESROSIERS, Car 6-DESROSIERS, Car 4-DESROSIERS, Car 2-DESROSIERS, Car 3-DESROSIERS, Car 2-DESROSIERS, HENTON 2-BENTIL, Ben None 1-DESROSIERS, HENTON CHUKWU, Paschal 1-DESROSIERS, HARRIS BENTIL, HENTON 2-CHUKWU, Paschal 2-HENTON, LaDonta 1-DESROSIERS, Car 3-DESROSIERS, Car 2-DESROSIERS, Car

2-HENTON, LaDonta 4-DUNN, Kris 2-DUNN, Kris 4-DUNN, Kris 2-HENTON, DUNN DUNN, Kris 2-DUNN, Kris 1-HENTON, HARRIS CARTWRIGHT, DUNN

2014-2015 GAME-BY-GAME TEAM STATISTICS OPPONENTS AST TO BL ST PTS FG-FGA 3FG-A 14 12 3 6 64 25-53 7-17 15 18 8 12 66 18-54 3-18 24 11 7 9 88 19-49 4-17 18 12 4 9 80 18-46 2-12 13 10 1 4 75 26-52 7-21 15 11 5 7 72 24-58 8-31 5 18 3 1 38 24-53 2-7 12 10 3 10 60 24-48 5-16 13 12 7 9 67 24-55 10-23 14 12 5 10 68 22-47 4-14 18 8 7 12 79 22-71 9-24 18 9 3 12 85 21-50 4-16 18 12 5 7 76 22-59 5-27 17 11 6 6 65 19-53 5-21 17 17 10 3 66 27-59 5-14 12 15 10 1 66 21-62 6-19 11 8 6 7 60 21-57 4-17 13 10 3 5 70 27-53 10-17 12 7 7 3 74 19-48 7-19 13 11 5 5 69 24-59 2-16 15 13 5 8 83 26-53 7-18 8 9 6 4 66 27-57 5-13 16 14 4 11 74 23-54 8-20 15 14 4 7 69 29-54 8-22 11 13 0 8 68 20-40 7-20 13 13 3 11 69 19-52 5-17 14 9 4 10 84 17-50 7-18 14 15 3 5 61 25-47 13-25 20 13 3 9 77 25-56 10-27 12 9 1 5 79 24-52 10-23 8 9 6 8 64 20-51 8-18 15 15 4 9 74 18-58 6-21 12 11 3 5 61 22-52 7-23 9 16 1 4 53 18-42 8-23

FT-FTA 3-8 6-11 9-14 16-26 15-19 10-14 8-17 16-28 19-24 12-22 8-13 19-28 13-18 10-14 16-24 14-20 11-20 19-25 20-25 16-25 13-16 16-24 17-25 12-16 27-37 19-25 16-25 26-31 6-12 8-13 20-20 15-23 12-17 22-30

2-DESROSIERS, Car 1-HENTON, LaDonta

RB 36 26 24 28 29 32 33 41 36 26 46 32 31 32 37 32 44 29 25 40 19 37 32 30 27 40 32 33 25 22 39 36 30 32

AST 13 9 13 6 11 15 13 13 13 11 9 11 14 10 18 9 8 13 10 14 11 13 17 24 9 8 12 15 15 15 10 7 13 9

TO 18 17 17 15 11 14 7 14 13 15 15 18 12 13 11 8 15 10 5 11 14 10 15 11 13 19 16 10 15 11 14 13 10 12

BL 1 2 0 2 1 3 5 5 4 2 1 4 1 1 1 2 7 2 2 1 1 9 4 4 5 4 2 5 3 5 4 4 6 4

ST 6 5 4 6 5 3 12 6 3 6 4 6 6 2 12 8 6 6 0 7 4 6 7 7 6 6 4 10 6 5 6 3 5 8

PTS 60 45 51 54 74 66 58 69 77 60 61 65 62 53 75 62 57 83 65 66 72 75 71 78 74 62 57 89 66 66 68 57 63 66

MISC.: DOUBLE-DOUBLES: Henton-7, Dunn-7, Bentil-5, Cartwright-1 LED TEAM IN SCORING: Henton-23, Dunn-9, Harris-3, Bentil -2, Desrosiers-1 LED TEAM IN REBOUNDING: Henton-13, Dunn-11, Desrosiers-8, Bentil-5, Harris-3, Chukwu-1 LED TEAM IN ASSISTS: Dunn-29, Cartwright-6 LED TEAM IN STEALS: Dunn-27, Henton-8, Lindsey-3, Harris-3, Cartwright-2 LED TEAM IN BLOCKS: Desrosiers-27, Henton-5, Chukwu-4, Bentil-3, Lindsey-1, Cartwright-1

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n March 22, 2011, Ed Cooley became the 15th head coach at Providence College. He came to Providence College after spending five seasons as the head coach at Fairfield University. “When Bob and I sat down with Mike Tranghese and we talked about what we were looking for in our next coach, we quickly agreed that the No. 1 candidate for Providence College is Ed Cooley,” Providence College President Fr. Brian Shanley, O.P. said. “I wanted a coach that could teach our players about the game of life. I also wanted a relationship builder and Ed is a relationship builder. He will connect with our players, our fans and the entire state of Rhode Island. I could not be more thrilled to have Ed Cooley as our basketball coach.” Now in his 10th season as a head coach, Cooley has posted an impressive 171-125 mark (.578). In the last two seasons, he has guided the Friars to consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances (2014 and 2015). He also led the team to the 2014 BIG EAST Tournament title. In each of Cooley’s nine seasons as a head coach his teams have shown improvement, which is a tribute to his ability to recruit and build a program. In 2015, the Friars were picked fifth in the Preseason BIG EAST Coaches Poll. The team exceeded expectations when the squad placed fourth with an 11-7 record. It marked just the third time ever and the first time since 2004 that the Friars registered 11 conference wins. Overall, the squad posted a 22-12 mark and advanced to the NCAA Tournament in consecutive seasons for the first time since the 1988-89 and 1989-90 seasons. The team also posted its second consecutive season with 20 or more wins for the first time since 1992-93 and 1993-94 seasons. Senior LaDontae Henton (Lansing, Mich.) and sophomore Kris Dunn (New London, Conn.) paced the Friars in 2015. Both players earned First Team All-BIG EAST honors and Associated Press Honorable Mention All-America accolades. Dunn, who led the BIG EAST in assists, ranked third in the nation in assists and fifth in the nation in steals. He was named the 2015 BIG EAST Player of the Year and he also earned BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year accolades. Dunn became the first guard in the history of the league to win both honors in the same year. Henton, who led the BIG EAST in scoring in 2015 (20.1 ppg), finished his career ranked second all-time in scoring at Providence (2,059 points) and fifth all-time in rebounding (1,054). He is just the second player ever at Providence to score more than 2,000 points and grab more than 1,000 rebounds. Cooley’s 2014 team was picked to finish sixth in the Preseason BIG EAST Coaches Poll, but overcame losses of personnel during the season to finish 10-8 and fourth overall. The Friars went on a run in the league tournament, posting three straight wins, including a thrilling 65-58 victory over No. 14 Creighton in title game. With the win, the Friars earned the league’s automatic berth in the NCAA Tournament and made their first trip to the Tournament since 2004. His 2014 squad was led by senior All-American Bryce Cotton (Tucson, Ariz.). Cotton had an amazing senior season in which he led the BIG EAST in assists (5.8) and finished second in scoring (21.8). He also led the nation in minutes played (39.9). He earned BIG EAST Tournament Most Outstanding Player honors and garnered his second consecutive First Team All-BIG EAST accolade. He finished his career ranked fifth overall in scoring at Providence with 1,975 points. His teammate, senior Kadeem Batts (Boston, Mass.) also was recognized for his stellar play as he was named All-BIG EAST Second Team. It did not take long for Cooley to turn the Friar fortunes around. In his second season, he led the Friars to a 19-15 record overall and a 9-9 mark in league play. Included in the 9-9 BIG EAST record in 2012-13 was a 7-2 mark over the last nine games of the conference season. That impressive record marked the second best turnaround over the second half of the season in BIG EAST history. He then guided the Friars to the NIT where the squad


posted a 2-0 record before losing in the quarterfinals to eventual NIT Champion Baylor. Leading the way for the Friars in the 2012-13 season were Cotton and Batts. Cotton was named All-BIG EAST First Team after he led the league in scoring. His teammate, Batts was recognized as a co-winner of the league’s Most Improved Award and earned All-BIG EAST Honorable Mention accolades. In his first season at Providence, Cooley led the Friars to a 15-17 mark overall. The team posted an impressive 11-3 mark in non-conference action, which included an 8-0 record at home. In league action, the Friars defeated No. 14/15 Louisville, 90-59. The 31-point win marked the Friars’ largest margin of victory ever over a ranked team. The squad also posted a 72-70 win over defending national champion Connecticut. Two of Cooley’s players earned BIG EAST honors in his first season. Point guard Vincent Council was named All-BIG EAST Third Team and one of his first recruits, forward LaDontae Henton earned BIG EAST All-Rookie Team accolades. Cooley also has been involved with USA Basketball the last three years. In 2013, he served as a court coach during the USA U19 Training Camp for the World Championships. In 2014, Cooley served as an assistant coach for the USA U18 Team which captured a Gold Medal at the FIBA Americas Championship. Most recently, he was an assistant coach for the USA U19 Team at the World Championships in Greece. Cooley helped the team win a Gold Medal, his second in as many years. Prior to coming to Providence, Cooley guided Fairfield to a school-record 25 wins and a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference regular season title in 2010-11. He was named the 2011 MAAC Coach of the Year. He also earned United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) District I Coach of the Year honors. His 2011 squad finished the season with a 25-8 mark (15-3 MAAC) and advanced to the second round of the NIT. In five seasons at Fairfield, Cooley’s teams posted a 92-69 mark, including a 58-32 record in MAAC action. Cooley became the first Fairfield head coach to guide the team to a .500 or better mark in MAAC action in each of his first five seasons. In 2009-10, he led the Stags to a 23-11 mark and the team’s first post-season Ed Cooley withsince his wife, Nurys,In that win, Fairfield set a NCAA Division I post-season record berth 2003. daughter, Olivia, and son, Isaiah. a 27-point, second-half deficit to defeat George Mason in as the team overcame overtime. For his efforts in 2010, Cooley was the first recipient of the Ben Jobe Award, presented annually to the top minority men’s basketball coach in the nation. Prior to taking the Fairfield position, Cooley spent 10 seasons as an assistant coach for Al Skinner. He coached for one season at Rhode Island under Skinner (1996-97) and nine seasons as an assistant at Boston College (1997-06), where the Eagles posted a 175-108 mark and advanced to five NCAA Tournaments and one NIT. Cooley also helped lead the Eagles to the 2001 BIG EAST Tournament title and three BIG EAST regular season titles (2001, 2003 and 2005). In 200405, Boston College started the season with a school-record 20 consecutive wins. In 2005-06, the Eagles advanced to the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game against Duke. At BC, Cooley was instrumental in the recruitment of Troy Bell, a two-time BIG EAST Player of the Year. Bell also went on to play professional basketball after leaving Boston College, which included a stint in the NBA with the Memphis Grizzlies. A 1994 graduate of Stonehill College, where he was a three-time captain for the basketball team, Cooley began his coaching career at UMass-Dartmouth. He helped lead UMass-Dartmouth to a 25-4 mark and a No. 3 national ranking (199495). He returned to his alma mater, Stonehill, and served as an assistant coach for one season (1995-96) before joining Skinner’s staff at URI. Cooley, a native of Providence, attended Central High School and earned two Rhode Island High School Player of the Year honors. He also did a post-graduate year (1988-89) at New Hampton Prep. before attending Stonehill. He and his wife, Nurys, have one daughter, Olivia, and one son, Isaiah.

What They’re Saying “ About Ed Cooley... ”

“I love him. He was so classy when he was going to leave Fairfield. He called my wife and me and wanted to explain. I told him there was no explanation needed. This is a great place for him. He did a home visit with us and he’s just a good guy. That’s going to be a strong suit for him. I think he’ll do a terrific job. He’s going to be able to recruit, which is so important, and he knows the type of player he needs to win.” — Doc Rivers, Los Angeles Clippers Head Coach “Ed Cooley has an infectious personality, a driving spirit to work hard and win, and is one of the warmest people you’ll meet. You can scour the country and find plenty of hometown success stories of coaches coming back to their alma maters or places where they grew up. But there will be few that can match the authenticity of Cooley and Providence.” — Andy Katz, ESPN.com Senior College Basketball Writer “Ed Cooley has invigorated an entire city with his enthusiasm and his infectious personality has paid immediate dividends. There is a palpable buzz throughout the Northeast surrounding the Providence program and it started the day Cooley had his inaugural press conference. A Providence native, the boisterous head coach is constantly juggling , recruiting calls, speaking engagements, and anything else it will take to make his hometown school one of the elite programs in the BIG EAST. It’s all part of a daily grind that Cooley wouldn’t trade for anything.” — Jon Rothstein, CBS Sports Network “Some coaches just take jobs in college basketball, while some are made for their jobs. Ed Cooley is made for Friartown. He knows the state, he loves the city and he’s succeeded in New England recruiting his entire career. This is his dream job and he’s never thought about another one. When you talk to other head coaches in the BIG EAST, the underlying theme about him remains the same -- the guy was born to coach at Providence.” — Vin Parise, Fox Sports 1 & Cox Sports Television

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Ed Cooley The Cooley Facts File Full Name: Ed Cooley Born: September 10, 1969 in Providence, R.I. Family: Wife, Nurys; Daughter, Olivia; Son, Isaiah High School: Central High School (R.I.) ‘88 New Hampton Prep. (N.H.) ‘89 College: Stonehill ‘94, Major - History

2014-15 (22-12/11-7)...Team posted a 22-12 mark and advanced to the NCAA Tourney in consecutive seasons for the first time since the 1988-89 and 1989-90 seasons...The team also posted is second consecutive season with 20 or more wins for the first time since 1992-93 and 1993-94 seasons...Friars finished fourth in BIG EAST with an 11-7 record which marked just the third time ever and first time since 2004 the team recorded 11 league wins. 2013-14 (23-12/10-8)... Team posted a 23-12 mark and earned most wins since 1997... Captured its second BIG EAST Tournament title and first since 1994...Advanced to the NCAA Tourney for 16th time overall and first since 2004 before losing to No. 6 seed North Carolina, 79-77...Posted a 10-8 mark in BIG EAST play and finished fourth...Most wins in BIG EAST since 2009. 2012-13 (19-15/9-9)... Team recorded a 19-15 record overall and a 9-9 mark in BIG EAST play...Team posted a 7-2 mark in the last nine league games, which was the second best turnaround over the second half of the season in conference history...The team posted a 2-1 mark in the NIT and advanced to the quarterfinals before being eliminated by eventual NIT Champion Baylor... Team earned its first post season win since 2003.

Fourth Year at PC: 22-12/11-7 Third Year at PC: 23-12/10-8 Second Year at PC: 19-15/9-9 First Year at PC: 15-17/4-14 Overall at PC: 79-56 Overall at Fairfield: 92-69 9-Year CAREER: 171-125 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT: 4-3 BIG EAST LEAGUE GAMES: 34-38 NON-LEAGUE GAMES AT PC: 45-17 NCAA TOURNAMENT: 0-2 (2014, 2015) NIT: 4-3 (2011, 2013)

2011-12 (15-17/4-14)...Team recorded an 11-3 record in non-conference action, including an 8-0 mark at home...Squad defeated No. 14/15 Louisville, 90-59, which marked the team’s largest margin of victory ever over a ranked squad. 2010-11 (25-8/15-3)...Team posted a school-record 25 wins overall and a record 15 victories in conference action...Captured the MAAC regular season title...Advanced to the NIT and posted a 1-1 mark...Named MAAC Coach of the Year...Earned USBWA District 1 Coach of the Year. 2009-10 (23-11/13-5)...Team’s 23 wins were second highest in program’s history...Became the first Fairfield coach to post a .500 or better record in MAAC action in each of his first four seasons...Team’s 13 MAAC wins tied for tops all-time at Fairfield...Led the Stags to their first post-season win in more than 30 years...Team set an NCAA Div. 1 post-season record when it overcame a 27-point second half deficit to defeat George Mason in OT...Earned the Ben Jobe Award as the top minority men’s basketball coach in the nation. 2008-09 (17-15/9-9)...Led the Stags to their first winning record since 2004...Team also finished tied for fourth in league play. 2007-08 (14-16/11-7)...Led the Stags to an 11-7 mark in MAAC action and a fifth-place finish... It marked the team’s second straight winning record in conference action...Team posted a seven-game winning streak, the longest in 20 years (1986-87). 2006-07 (13-19/10-8)...Led the Stags to a 10-8 mark in MAAC action and a fifth-place finish in his first season as a head coach.

Coaching ExpeRience RecoRd 2011-15 Head Coach, Providence College 79-56 2015 Assistant Coach, USA Basketball U19 Team Gold Medal, World Championship 2014 Assistant Coach, USA Basketball U18 Team Gold Medal, FIBA America Championship 2013 Court Coach, USA Basketball U19 Team Training Camp, FIBA World Championships 92-69 2006-11 Head Coach, Fairfield University 1997-06 Assistant Coach, Boston College 175-108 1996-97 Assistant Coach, Rhode Island 20-10 1995-96 Assistant Coach, Stonehill College 16-10 1994-95 Assistant Coach, UMass-Dartmouth 25-4 Coaching Record YEAR SCHooL 2006-07 Fairfield 2007-08 Fairfield 2008-09 Fairfield 2009-10 Fairfield 2010-11 Fairfield 2011-12 Providence 2012-13 Providence 2013-14 Providence 2014-15 Providence Career 9 years

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RECoRD 13-19 14-16 17-15 23-11 25-8 15-17 19-15 23-12 22-12 171-125

PCT .406 .467 .531 .676 .758 .469 .559 .657 .647 .578

TouRneys NIT, NCAA (2014, 2015)

NIT, CIT NCAA-5 times NCAA

CoNF. REC. 10-8 (.556) 11-7 (.611) 9-9 (.500) 13-5 (.722) 15-3 (.833) 4-14 (.222) 9-9 (.500) 10-8 (.556) 11-7 (.611) 91-70 (.565)

Coaching HonoRs Rhode Island Coach of the Year 2014 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conf. 2011 Coach of the Year 2011 U.S. Basketball Writers District 1 Coach of the Year 2010 Ben Jobe Award, National Coach of the Year

FINISH 5th-Tied 5th-Tied 4th-Tied 2nd 1st 15th 9th 4th-Tied 4th One Title

TouR. PoST SEASoN 0-1 0-1 1-1 2-1 CIT 1-1 1-1 NIT 1-1 0-1 0-1 NIT 2-1 3-0 NCAA 0-1 1-1 NCAA 0-1 8-8 One Title 4-5


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Andre LaFleur was named the associate head coach of the Providence men’s basketball team on April 18, 2011. LaFleur came to Providence after spending 10 seasons at the University of Connecticut during the most successful era in Husky basketball history. At UConn, he helped the Huskies capture two national championships (2004 and 2011) and record a 258-88 mark (.764). The team also went to a Sweet 16 and an Elite 8. LaFleur arrived at UConn in 2001 and spent three seasons as the team’s first ever director of basketball operations on Head Coach Jim Calhoun’s staff. In 2005, he was promoted to assistant coach for the Huskies. LaFleur was promoted again in 2006 when he was named the team’s recruiting coordinator. During his five years in the position, the squad reached the post season four times. LaFleur was instrumental in recruiting two of the greatest Huskies ever in Hasheem Thabeet, the 2009 Big East Player of the Year, the 2009 National Defensive Player of the Year and the No. 2 pick in the 2009 NBA draft, as well as, Kemba Walker, the No. 9 selection in the 2011 NBA draft. As a standout point guard in college, LaFleur played for Calhoun at Northeastern University. He helped Northeastern reach the NCAA tournament in each of his four years. During his four years at Northeastern, the Huskies registered a 102-26 mark, including an ECAC North Atlantic conference record of 60-6. LaFleur became the all-time NCAA Division 1 assist leader in 1987 (894 assists). Following his senior season when he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in economics, he was drafted by the Houston Rockets of the NBA. LaFleur played and coached professionally overseas for 11 seasons. A native of Los Angeles, Calif., LaFleur and his wife Alana have two sons, Adrian and Adonis.

BIRTHDATE: March 22, 1965 FAMILY: Wife, Alana; Sons, Adrian (20) and Adonis (10) HIGH SCHOOL: Governor Dummer Academy ‘83 COLLEGE: Northeastern ‘87 Bachelor’s Degree in Economics

COACHING: Associate Head Coach, Providence College, 2011-Present Asst. Coach/Recruiting Coord., Univ. of Connecticut, 2005-11 Assistant Coach, University of Connecticut, 2004-05 Dir. of Basketball Ops., University of Connecticut, 2001-04

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Jeff Battle enters his fiRst season as an assistant coach at PRovidence College Prior to coming to Providence, Battle had served as the Associate Head Coach at Wake Forest from 2001-14. Battle spent 13 seasons on the Wake Forest basketball staff, serving as associate head coach under Skip Prosser, Dino Gaudio and Jeff Bzdelik. Battle was instrumental in Wake Forest’s success over his 13 seasons as the Deacons reached a No. 1 national ranking in 2005 and again in 2009, won a school-record 27 games in 2005, advanced to the Sweet Sixteen in 2004 and won the 2003 ACC regular season title. Wake Forest averaged almost 20 wins per season and made six NCAA Tournament appearances during Battle’s tenure. During his tenure at Wake Forest, Battle played a key role in the development of current NBA All-Stars Chris Paul (Los Angeles Clippers) and Jeff Teague (Atlanta Hawks) as well as current point guard Ish Smith (Philadelphia 76ers). Battle helped bring a number of highly-ranked recruiting classes to Wake Forest. Wake Forest’s 2010 recruiting class was ranked No. 6 in the nation according to ESPN, while the Deacons’ 2008 class was ranked No. 3 in the country by Rivals.com. Battle also helped bring in the No. 10-ranked recruiting class in 2006, the No. 16 class in 2003 and the No. 30 class in 2007, all according to Rivals. Wake Forest’s 2012 recruiting class was ranked No. 21 in the country by ESPN. Battle went to Wake Forest after spending seven seasons at Xavier University as an assistant coach under Skip Prosser. Battle coached alongside Prosser for 14 years and at three different institutions. He was on the Loyola (Md.) College staff in 1993-94 when Prosser made his head coaching debut, then joined him on the sidelines at Xavier before going to Winston-Salem prior to the start of the 2001-02 season. Prior to Loyola, Battle was an assistant coach for three seasons at Delaware State from 1990-93. He also served as head coach at Caesar Rodney High School in Dover, Del. from 1986-88. Battle began his college coaching career as a graduate assistant at Delaware (1986-88) under coach Steve Steinwedel. As an undergraduate, Battle played four seasons at Marshall, helping the Thundering Herd compile a record of 82-38 from 1982-85. Battle was the starting point guard and a captain in his junior and senior seasons, guiding Marshall to two consecutive NCAA Tournament berths. Battle received his bachelor’s degree in physical education from Marshall. He also received his master’s degree in physical education from Delaware in 1988. He has one son, Jordan.

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COACHING: Assistant Coach, Providence, 2015-Present Associate Head Coach, Wake Forest, 2001-14 Assistant Coach, Xavier University, 1995-01 Assistant Coach, Loyola, 1993-94 Assistant Coach, Delaware State, 1990-93 Head Coach, Caesar Rodney High School, 1986-88 Graduate Assistant, Delaware, 1986-88


Support Staff

BRian Blaney enteRs his fifth season as an assistant coach at PRovidence College. Before coming to Providence, Blaney spent three seasons as an assistant men’s basketball coach under Ed Cooley at Fairfield University. In his three seasons at Fairfield, the team posted a 65-34 mark (.657). Blaney helped the Stags post a school-record 25 wins and capture a Metro Atlantic regular season title in 2010-11. The team finished with a 25-8 mark and advanced to the second round of the NIT. In 2009-10, Fairfield recorded a 23-11 mark and earned the team’s first post-season berth since 2003. Prior to coaching at Fairfield, Blaney spent four seasons as a member of the Loyola College basketball staff. He was an assistant coach with the Greyhounds for the first two seasons before moving into the associate head coach position for 2006-07 and 2007-08. Blaney was an assistant coach for one year at Miami (Ohio) University under Herb Sendek. He helped the team earn a berth to the 1996 National Invitation Tournament (NIT), and coached Wally Szczerbiak through his first year as a college player. From there, Blaney accepted an assistant coaching position at George Washington University, where he worked with Mike Jarvis for two seasons and Tom Penders for one year. During his tenure, the Colonials participated in one NIT (1997) and two NCAA Tournaments (1998 and 1999). After his three-year stay with George Washington, Blaney joined Nick Macarchuk’s staff at Fordham University. He stayed with Macarchuk when he took the Stony Brook University position, leading the Seawolves transition from Division II to Division I. Blaney stayed on staff for five years, leaving the program following the 2003-04 campaign. He began his coaching career as an assistant at Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Va., where he spent one season following his graduation from Roanoke College in 1994. At Roanoke College, Blaney helped lead the Maroons to a 61-20 record during his four-year career, and a berth to the Division III Tournament as a senior. He earned his bachelor’s degree in sociology. He is the son of former coach George Blaney, who served as the head coach at the College of the Holy Cross and Seton Hall University and associate head coach at the University of Connecticut.

BIRTHDATE: March 19, 1971 FAMILY: Wife, Tara; Daughter, Brooke (4) HIGH SCHOOL: St. John’s Shrewsbury ‘89 Worcester Academy ‘90 COLLEGE: Roanoke College ‘94 Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology

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Kevin Kurbec, a 2002 graduate of the College, enters his fifth season as the associate director of player development under Ed Cooley. Kurbec returned to Providence College after spending three seasons as an assistant coach at Bryant University for Head Coach Tim O’Shea. Kurbec’s duties at Bryant included individual guard development, recruiting and opponent scouting. Kurbec also served as Director of the Bryant University Team Camp each summer. Prior to working at Bryant, Kurbec spent 10 years at Providence College working with the men’s basketball program for Head Coach Tim Welsh. Kurbec was the Director of Basketball Operations for three seasons and was responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the office. Another major component of his job was monitoring the team’s academic progress and serving as the liaison with the office of academic services. Kurbec also served as the co-director of the Tim Welsh Summer Basketball Camp. Kurbec spent three seasons (2002-05) as a graduate assistant with the men’s basketball program. As a graduate assistant for the program, he oversaw the student managers, coordinated the team’s meals at home and was responsible for the organization of the game scouting. Kurbec also served as the film exhange coordinator for the Friars. As an undergraduate, Kurbec served as a manager for the squad for four years, including his junior and senior seasons when he was the head student manager. As a student manager, he assisted in many aspects of the program, including the ordering, issuance and care taking of the team’s equipment and gear. He and his wife, Melissa, their son, Cameron, and two daughters, Kyra and Caylee, reside in Cumberland, R.I.

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BIRTHDATE: July 29, 1980 FAMILY: Wife, Melissa; Son, Cameron (4); Daughters, Kyra (6), Caylee (4) HIGH SCHOOL: Smithfield `98 COLLEGE: Providence College `04 Master’s Degree in Business Providence College `02 Bachelor’s Degree in Accountancy, minor in Finance

EXPERIENCE: Assoc. Dir. Of Player Development, Providence College, 2011-Present Assistant Coach, Bryant University, 2008-11 Dir. of Basketball Operations, Providence College, 2005-08 Grad Assistant, Providence College, 2002-05 Manager, Providence College, 1998-2002


Support Staff John Rock Associate Athletic DiRectoR foR SPoRts Medicine

BIRTHDATE: April 14, 1958 FAMILY: Wife, Patty; Son, Patrick (24); Daughters, Abby (22), Maggie (15) COLLEGE: Springfield College ’80 BS, Physical Education Western Michigan University ’82 MS, Athletic Training EXPERIENCE: Associate Athletic Director, Providence College, 2010-Present Assistant Athletic Director, Providence College, 2001-10 Associate Head Athletic Trainer, Providence College, 1988-01 Assistant Athletic Trainer, Princeton University, 1986-88 Head Athletic Trainer, Hampden-Sydney College, 1984-86 Athletic Trainer, Baltimore Orioles Organization, 1983-84 Athletic Trainer, Leander High School, 1982-83

John Rock enters his 28th season in the Sports Medicine Department at Providence College. Rock was an Associate Head Athletic Trainer for 13 years, before being promoted to Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine in 2001 and then to Associate Athletic Director in 2010. Rock oversees all aspects of the Sports Medicine program, including eight certified athletic trainers, five team physicians and a variety of medical specialists. Rock also is responsible for the Strength & Conditioning program. Rock’s work extends beyond PC. He was the co-founder of the Rhode Island Athletic Trainers Association in 1992 and served as president from 1994-96. He continues to serve in an advisory role. He was a member of the Rhode Island Department of Health Athletic Training Licensure Board from 1992-98 and served as chairman of the board for four years (1994-98). In addition, Rock helped establish the Sports Medicine Advisory Board of the Rhode Island Interscholastic League in 1997 and served on that board for five years. He helped establish and served as the first president of the BIG EAST Sports Medicine Society, which was formed in June 2006. After attaining a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Springfield College in 1980, Rock attended Western Michigan University, where he earned a master’s degree in athletic training in 1982. Rock then served as a teacher and athletic trainer at Leander High School in Leander, Texas in 1983 before spending one year in minor league baseball with the Baltimore Orioles organization. Rock began his career in collegiate athletics in 1984, he spent two years as the head athletic trainer at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia. He was appointed assistant athletic trainer at Princeton University in 1986 and moved on to Providence in 1988. Rock was inducted into the RIATA Hall of Fame in 2007. Rock, a native of Riverside, R.I., currently lives in Cranston, R.I., with his wife, Patty, and their three children, Patrick (24), Abby (22) and Maggie (15).

Kenneth White Head StRenGth & Conditioning Kenneth White enters his 14th year as the Providence College’s strength and conditioning coach. White is responsible for all the strength and conditioning requirements for the College’s 19 varsity athletic teams. In addition to overseeing and working with all 19 teams, he works directly with the men’s basketball team’s strength and conditioning programs. Prior to coming to Providence, White was the head strength and conditioning coach at Stony Brook University. In 1997, he was hired as the first strength and conditioning coach ever at St. Bonaventure University, a position he held until leaving for Stony Brook in 1999. White began his career in strength and conditioning in 1995 as a graduate assistant at Columbia University. A 1992 graduate of the University of Vermont, White was a four-year letterman in basketball at the University of Vermont and was co-captain of the squad his senior year. He led the North Atlantic Conference in assist-to-turnover ratio for three years. For his efforts on the court, White was elected to the Catamount Hall of Fame on October 4, 2002. White received his master’s degree from Columbia University in 1999. White is certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). He also has a Club Coach/Olympic Weightlifting Certification from USA Weightlifting.

BIRTHDATE: September 13, 1970 FAMILY: Single COLLEGE: Columbia University ‘99 Master’s Degree in Applied Physiology University of Vermont ‘92 - Bachelor’s Degree in History and Political Science CERTIFICATION:CSCS - Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist USA Weightlifting Coach EXPERIENCE: Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, Providence College, 2003-Present Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, Stony Brook University, 1999-03 Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, St. Bonaventure University, 1997-99 Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, Columbia University, 1995-97 Assistant Men’s Varsity Basketball Coach, New York University, 1994-95 Physical Fitness Instructor, New York Athletic Club, 1992-94

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Support Staff MaRissa mezzanotte

Academic CooRdinatoR foR Men’s Basketball

Marissa Mezzanotte enters her fourth season working as the academic coordinator for the men’s basketball team. She is responsible for monitoring the academic progress, fostering the student-athletes’ academic growth and development, being an effective referral agent, and developing partnerships with faculty to promote student success. Mezzanotte came to Providence College with extensive experience in the field of academic support. Most recently, Mezzanotte spent four years as an Academic Skills Specialist at Bryant University. At Bryant, she worked with student-athletes to develop effective study skills and habits and taught time management, organization and planning. She started her career in academic support in 1995 as an instructional assistant for student-athletes at Boston College. Mezzanotte spent two years at BC before accepting a job at Northeastern University’s Center for the Study of Sport in Society. She worked as a training specialist, the associate director and eventually a consultant with the Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) Program at Sport in Society until 2008. A 1993 gradaute of Boston College, Mezzanotte was a four-year letterwinner on the women’s basketball team. She also received her master’s degree in Secondary Education from Boston College in 1997. A native of Blairstown, N.J., Mezzanotte resides in Cumberland, R.I. with her three children Owen, Mia, and Rex.

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FULL NAME: Marissa Mezzanotte BIRTH DATE: February 19, 1971 FAMILY: Daughter, Mia (11); sons, Owen (13), Rex (9) COLLEGE: Boston College ’93 – Bachelor’s Degree in History Boston College ’97 – Master’s Degree in Secondary Education EXPERIENCE: Academic Coordinator Men’s Basketball, Providence College, 2012 - Present Academic Skills Specialist, Bryant University, 2008-12 Consultant, Associate Director, Northeastern University’s Center for the Study of Sport in Society, 1997-08 Instructional Assistant, Boston College, 1995-97 Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach, Babson College, 1995-97 Professional Basketball Player and Coach, Rhondda Basketball Club (Wales, U.K.), 1993-95

CARL LABRANCHE

SUSAN GIBREE

Associate Athletic

Senior Office Manager

Director/ Facilities

ANTHONY NOTAR

YOREL HAWKINS

Graduate Assistant

Graduate Manager

Schenectady, N.Y.

Apex, N.C.

Providence 2015 –

Fairfield University 2011–

Management

Sociology

MA (Business) 2017

MA (Counseling) 2016

GOD SHAMMGOD

MATT GARVEY

Graduate Manager

Student Manager

Harlem, N.Y..

Woburn, Mass.

Providence 2015 –

Providence 2016 –

Leadership

Economics

MA (Counseling) 2017


College Administration BRian J. Shanley, o.P. President

On February 1, 2005, Providence College announced the election of Reverend Brian J. Shanley, O.P., to serve as the 12th president of the College. Father Shanley assumed his duties at the College on July 1, 2005, and succeeded Reverend Philip A. Smith, O.P., who served as the College’s president from 1994-2005. Prior to his arrival at Providence, Father Shanley served as an associate professor in the School of Philosophy at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. Father Shanley is a native of Warwick, Rhode Island. A parishioner at St. Gregory the Great Church, he attended local public schools, graduating from Toll Gate High School in 1976. In 1980, Father Shanley earned his undergraduate degree in history at Providence College. He holds a doctorate degree in philosophy from the University of Toronto, where he completed the Collaborative Providence in Philosophy and Medieval Studies. He also holds a master of divinity degree (theology) and the Licentiate in Sacred Theology (S.T.L.), both from the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C. (Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception). Ordained to the priesthood in 1987, Father Shanley has devoted his entire career to teaching and administration in Catholic higher education. Following teaching assignments at Providence College and the University of Toronto, he began his tenure at The Catholic University of America in 1994, achieving the rank of associate professor in 2001. Father Shanley’s first teaching assignment was at Providence College from 1988-91. He was an instructor of philosophy, and taught in the Development of Western Civilization Program. Father Shanley spent the fall 2002 semester as a visiting professor at the Candler School of Theology at Emory University. He previously engaged in a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Notre Dame’s Center for Philosophy of Religion in 1998-99.

As the Regent of Studies for the Dominican Province of St. Joseph, Father Shanley holds a seat on the Provincial Council, a body of 12 Dominican Friars serving as cabinet-level advisors to the Prior Provincial. He advises the Prior Provincial on all matters pertaining to the intellectual and academic life of the Province and oversees the academic endeavors of members of the Province, including those in preparation for the priesthood and those engaged in graduate studies. Father Shanley has been widely published in philosophy-focused academic journals and has been a guest lecturer at a wide range of scholarly conferences.

Presidents Of The College 1918-2015 Dennis A. Casey, O.P. William D. Noon, O.P. Lorenzo D. McCarthy, O.P. John J. Dillon, O.P. Frederick C. Foley, O.P. Robert J. Slavin, O.P. Vincent C. Dore, O.P. William P. Haas, O.P. Thomas R. Peterson, O.P. John F. Cunningham, O.P. Philip A. Smith, O.P. Brian J. Shanley, O.P.

1918-21 1921-27 1927-36 1936-44 1944-47 1947-61 1961-65 1965-71 1971-85 1985-94 1994-05 2005-

vICE PRESIDENTS

Rev. Kenneth Sicard, O.P. Executive Vice President/Treasurer

Marifrances McGinn

Vice President/General Counsel

Gregory T. Waldron Senior Vce President for Institutional Advancement

John M. Sweeney

Senior Vice President for Finance and Business/CFO

Rev. R. Gabriel Pivarnik, O.P. Vice President for Mission and Ministry

Dr. Hugh Lena

Provost/Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs

Kristine Goodwin

Vice President of Student Affairs

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Director of Athletics RobeRt G. DRiscoll, JR.

Associate Vice PResident/Athletics DiRectoR

Entering his 14th season as Providence College’s Associate Vice President & Athletics Director, Bob Driscoll has transformed and reinvigorated Providence College’s athletics program. Having established a vision of student-athlete success in the classroom and in the community while competing for championships, Driscoll maintains focus on leading, fostering and mentoring one of the nation’s most respected athletic programs. Over the past two academic years, Driscoll has been the architect of one of the most successful eras in the history of Providence College athletics. The run kicked off when the 2013 women’s cross country team claimed the College’s second NCAA Championship. The men’s basketball team won the 2014 BIG EAST Tournament title and advanced to the 2014 and 2015 NCAA Tournaments. The men’s hockey team made back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances (2014 and 2015) for the first time in program history before claiming its first NCAA Championship with a dramatic, come-from-behind win over Boston University on April 11, 2015 at the TD Garden. It marked the College’s third NCAA team title and its first in a men’s sport. A year after making it to the NCAA Second Round, the men’s soccer team won the program’s first BIG EAST Tournament title in 2014 and went on a run to the NCAA College Cup semifinal, marking the furthest it has advanced in the NCAA Tournament. Also in 2015, Emily Sisson became just the third Friar all-time to claim multiple NCAA titles in the same academic year, winning the NCAA Indoor and Outdoor 5,000-meter championships. She also set the NCAA indoor record in the 5,000 meters en route to capturing the 2015 BIG EAST Championship (15:12.22). Providence College finished second among NCAA Division I non-FBS/FCS institutions and No. 1 among BIG EAST Conference members in the 2015 Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings. Providence finished 54th overall among 293 institutions, which marked the College’s second-highest finish all-time since the Director’s Cup was founded (1993-94). Under Driscoll’s guidance, the Friars have finished in the top-100 of the Division I Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings seven times. Providence also has finished the year inside the top-125 11 times during Driscoll’s tenure. Providence College also finished an impressive 13th out of 106 eligible colleges and universities in the final 2014-15 Division I Men’s Capital One Cup standings. The men’s soccer and men’s hockey programs fueled the Friars’ ranking, with their performances during the 2014-15 sports calendar. Providence College is one of only two non-FBS/FCS institutions, and the only BIG EAST Conference full-time member, to crack the top-30 in men’s standings. The Friars also have excelled in the classroom, with Providence’s student-athletes. combining for an average GPA of 3.15. A year after a school-record six Providence College athletic programs received Public Recognition Awards in 2014 as part of the NCAA Academic Progress Rate (APR) program, three Friar teams earned the honor in 2015. Multiple Friar teams have been honored in each of the 10 years the NCAA has given out the Public Recognition Awards. Epitomizing Driscoll’s drive for success in athletics and in the classroom, the 2013 women’s cross country team won the NCAA Championship, boasted three All-Americans, earned a NCAA Public Recognition Award for a third-consecutive season, was named the USTFCCCA Division I Scholar Team of the Year and senior co-captain Emily Sisson was named the BIG EAST Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year. In another example, seven men’s hockey players, including senior co-captain Ross Mauermann, were named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team following its 2015 NCAA Championship. The women’s soccer (3.41) and women’s tennis (3.40) programs posted the highest team grade-point averages in 2014-15. Aside from excelling in the classroom and competing for championships, Driscoll’s student-athletes are very active in the local community. Last year alone, Friar student-athletes combined for over 3,500 hours of community service. Driscoll was instrumental in positioning the College’s athletics program for success as a member of the reconfigured BIG EAST Conference, where the Friars compete against top-flight academic and athletic institutions in a new era of rivalries built on rich athletic traditions. The BIG EAST and its membership have a long-term television contract with FOX Sports and its marquee men’s basketball championship tournament at Madison Square Garden. Six of the leagues 10 members, including Providence College, competed in the 2015 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship, securing its status as one of the premier basketball conferences in the nation. Additionally, Friars hockey competes in the Hockey East Association, considered by many to be the top hockey conference in the nation. One of the biggest impacts Driscoll has had on the Providence College Athletics Department, and the College as a whole, has been with facility development, construction and renovation. Since his arrival in 2001, Driscoll has transformed the College’s athletics facilities. Construction is underway to build Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium, where the men’s and women’s soccer and men’s lacrosse programs will play, as well as a new softball field and tennis courts. Most recently, plans for the Friar Development Center have been announced, which will include a men’s basketball training and recruiting facility in addition to the College’s academic services space. In September of 2013, a state-of-the art renovation and 30,000-square foot addition project to Schneider Arena was completed. The project included new locker rooms, new coaches’ offices, a renovated press box, a state-of-the-art video board and sound system, luxury boxes, as well as a new hockey and lacrosse strength and conditioning room. The Ray

Treacy Track was built over the summer of 2013 to give the men’s and women’s cross country and track programs an improved place to train and race, as well as serving the whole Providence College community. Taylor Natatorium also underwent extensive renovations in 2013. Other facility upgrades that have highlighted Driscoll’s tenure include an $80-million renovation of the Dunkin’ Donuts Center, which serves as the home venue for Friars men’s basketball. The project was the result of Driscoll working strategically with lead officials in the City of Providence and the State of Rhode Island. The renovations enhanced the game-day experience by adding 20 luxury boxes, new seats, a video scoreboard, sound system, updated restaurant and concession stands, team store, locker rooms and new weight training/fitness areas. These renovations have enabled Providence College to serve as host for the First and Second Rounds of the 2010 and 2016 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship. In September of 2012, renovations of Alumni Hall were completed. Alumni Hall, which is the practice facility for men’s basketball and the home of the Friar women’s basketball and volleyball teams, is now a state-of-the-art facility. Kicking off Driscoll’s vision for the improved athletic facilities footprint at Providence College, the Concannon Fitness Center, opened in August of 2007, adjacent to Lennon Family Field (Astroturf facility), which was completed in August 2005. The Fitness Center houses the Friars’ Jimmy Walker Strength and Conditioning Center for varsity studentathletes, as well as administrative and coaching offices, conference rooms and locker rooms. Additionally, the Concannon Fitness Center serves the whole Providence College community and houses the recreation sports staff, furthering the bond between the campus community and Friar Athletics. Next, the Canavan Sports Medicine Center was completed in August of 2008. Driscoll established the athletic fundraising philosophy and department that has been instrumental in making program upgrades possible. He and his staff have exceeded fundraising goals on a yearly basis, including a record $6-million in cash donations during the 2014-15 fiscal calendar. The additional revenue remains critical to building and supporting championship programs and providing the best opportunities to Providence College’s student-athletes. The funds Driscoll and his staff raise help directly support all 19 of Providence College’s Division I programs, the Friars Forever Fund and capital projects. On June 10, 2008 Driscoll was named the 2007-08 Astro Turf Athletics Director of the Year for the Division I Northeast Region at the 43rd National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics Annual Convention. He also was honored in 2009 by his alma mater, Ithaca College, when he received the Distinguished Sport Industry Leader award. Driscoll recently completed his term as the President of the Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association. He also has served as First Vice President and Second Vice President for the organization. Additionally, Driscoll represents the BIG EAST’s athletic directors on the Student-Athlete Advisory Council, serves as a mentor for the Division I-AAA mentoring program and serves on the Hockey East Television Negotiations and Marketing Committees. He previously served on the NCAA Division I Management Council, the NCAA Ice Hockey Championship Committee (Chair 2010-11) and was the Chair of the BIG EAST Athletic Directors in 2011-12. Driscoll also was an NCAA Fellows Programs Executive Mentor. Driscoll joined the Providence community after 14½ years in athletic administration at the University of California, Berkeley, culminating in serving as the Acting Executive Director for Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreational Sports. Prior to that, he was Cal’s Executive Associate Athletic Director and was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the department, as well as overseeing football, men’s basketball, men’s and women’s swimming, men’s and women’s water polo, rugby, strength training, equipment and the sports medicine programs. Driscoll was hired at Cal as the Associate Athletic Director for Student Services, a position he held for five years. He then assumed the position of Executive Associate Athletic Director, at which point he was responsible for the administration of 27 varsity sports, a staff of 250 and a $36 million budget. Prior to coming to Providence, he served as the Acting Executive Director for Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreational Sports. During his tenure, Cal won over 20 national championships and competed in the Citrus, Copper, Alamo and Aloha Bowls. The Bears also finished as high as 12th in the NACDA Directors’ Cup. Before arriving at Cal, Driscoll served six years (1981-87) as the Athletic Director and Chair of the Department of Physical Education, Recreation and Intramural Sports at Mills College in Oakland, Calif. Prior to Mills, Driscoll was Assistant Athletic Director and Head Baseball and Hockey Coach at Union College in Schenectady, N.Y. from 197781. Driscoll played hockey and baseball at Ithaca College (N.Y.), where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education in 1974. He earned his Master of Science in Physical Education/Psychology of Sports from Ithaca in 1975. A native of West Concord, Mass., Driscoll was inducted into the inaugural class of Concord-Carlisle High School’s Athletic Hall of Fame (football, ice hockey and baseball) in 1993. He and his wife Cathy have three grown children.

The Driscoll Family: (left to right) Sean, Kelly, Bob, Tara, and Cathy.

Directors Of Athletics At PC Through The Years Francis A. Howley, O.P. - January, 1920 - December, 1925 Frederick J. Baeszler, O.P. - December, 1925 - December, 1933 Edward H. Schmidt, O.P. - February, 1934 - December, 1937

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Robert G. Quinn, O.P. - December, 1937 - January, 1940 Vincent C. Dore, O.P. - January, 1940 - September, 1941 Aloysius B. Begley, O.P. - September, 1941 - June, 1971

David R. Gavitt - June, 1971 - July, 1982 Louis A. Lamoriello - July, 1982 - April, 1987 John M. Marinatto - August, 1987 - July, 2001 Robert J. Driscoll, Jr. - November, 2001 - Present


The Tradition & The Records

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All-Americans All-Americans and and Post Post Season Season Tourneys Tourneys Friar All-Americans Ed Wineapple (1929) John Krieger (1930, 1931) William McCue (1931) Allen Brachen (1932, 1933) Larry Drew (1942) John Egan (1959, 1961) Len Wilkens (1959, 1960) Jim Hadnot (1961, 1962) Vin Ernst (1962, 1963) John Thompson (1964) Jimmy Walker (1965, 1966, 1967) Ernie DiGregorio (1971, 1972, 1973) Marvin Barnes (1973, 1974) Kevin Stacom (1974) Bruce Campbell (1976) Joe Hassett (1976, 1977) Dwight Williams (1978) Otis Thorpe (1983, 1984) Billy Donovan (1987) Eric Murdock (1989, 1990, 1991) Carlton Screen (1990) Jamel Thomas (1999) John Linehan (2001, 2002) Ryan Gomes (2004, 2005) Marshon Brooks (2011) Bryce Cotton (2014) Kris Dunn (2015) LaDontae Henton (2015)

Allen Brachen (1932, 1933)

Otis Thorpe (1983, 1984)

Friars in the Post Season NCAA: 14-18 (17 Appearances, 2 Final Fours, 2 Elite Eights, 1 Sweet Sixteen) NIT: 32-20 (19 Appearances, 2 Championships, 2 Runner-ups, 3 Fourths) 1958-59 NIT - Fourth

Joe Mullaney and Friars celebrate after winning the school’s second NIT championship in 1963. Ernie DiGregorio and Marvin Barnes after beating Maryland to advance to the NCAA Final Four in 1973. 80

John Thompson (1964)

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Hall of Fame and Friars in the NBA Friars in the Pros

Ryan Gomes (2005-2012)

Austin Croshere (1997-2009)

Marshon Brooks 2011 NBA First Round Draft Pick

Friars in the Hall of Fame In September of 2006, former Friar Dave Gavitt was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts. Gavitt is the third member of the Providence basketball family to earn the honor and joins John Thompson and Lenny Wilkens. Gavitt - former BIG EAST Conference Commissioner and one of the founding fathers of the league spent 17 years at Providence College, first from 1962-66 as an assistant men’s basketball coach under the direction of Joe Mullaney, then from 1969-79 as head coach. Gavitt was also PC’s athletics director from 1971-82. In 1982, he resigned to be the director of the BIG EAST. As head coach of the Providence College men’s basketball program from 1969-79, Gavitt led the Friars to the school’s first Final Four berth in 1973, in addition to eight 20-win seasons, five NCAA Tournaments, three NIT Tournaments and five New England Coach of the Year trophies. He registered a record of 209-84 (.713) during his 10 seasons with the Friars, including 23 wins over Top-20 teams. His success as coach at Providence led to his selection as Head Coach of the 1980 United States Olympic Team. Lenny Wilkens, who graduated from Providence College in 1960, was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1989 and 1998. The first PC player to earn the honor, Wilkens was ushered in as a player on May 9, 1989, and as a coach on October 2, 1998, making him one of only two individuals (John Wooden being the other) enshrined in the Hall of Fame in both categories. Thompson, who graduated from Providence College in 1964, was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1999.

Marvin Barnes Ira Bowman Marques Bragg Marshon Brooks Marty Conlon Bryce Cotton Austin Croshere Ernie DiGregorio Billy Donovan John Egan Ruben Garces Ryan Gomes Jim Hadnot Joe Hassett Tony Koski Ricardo Ledo Eric Murdock Mike Riordan God Shammgod Dickey Simpkins Michael Smith Kevin Stacom Jamel Thomas John Thompson Otis Thorpe Jimmy Walker Dexter Westbrook Lenny Wilkens Eric Williams

Dave Gavitt

John Thompson

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Friar Legends Dave Gavitt

• Led Providence to the 1973 Final Four • Guided PC to 23 wins over top20 teams • Registered five NCAA appearances and three NIT invites in 10 seasons • Recorded eight consecutive 20-win seasons • Posted a 209-84 (.713) mark • Director of Athletics at Providence College (1971-82) • 1980 United States Olympic Basketball Coach • Elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2006 • Founded the BIG EAST Conference

Friar Legend

Only a select few will ever earn the title of “Friar Legend.” This is the highest honor a Providence College basketball player or coach can receive. Each Friar Legend has his own banner hanging from the rafters of the Dunkin’ Donuts Center. To earn the honor, the player or coach must have made a significant impact on Friar basketball and he must have received national recognition during his career at Providence. Joe Mullaney

Ernie DiGregorio

Marvin Barnes

Jimmy Walker

• Coached the Friars from 1955-69 and again from 1981-85 • Three-time New England Coach of the Year • Guided PC to nine consecutive 20-win seasons • Coached PC to the 1961 and 1963 NIT titles • Developed six AllAmericans and recorded a 271-94 (.742) mark (first stint)

• First Team All-American (1974); Third Team AllAmerican (1973) • 1974 NCAA National Rebounding Champion (18.7 rpg) • Eastern Player of the Year (1974) • Second pick in the 1974 NBA draft • Holds Providence single game, season and career records for rebounds and blocks

Lenny Wilkens

• First Team All-American (1960) • MVP of the NIT and the East-West All-Star Game • Retired from NBA second all-time in assists • Nine-time NBA All-Star • Retired from NBA coaching as the all-time leader in victories with 1,315 • Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as both a player and a coach

Vinnie Ernst

• NIT Most Valuable Player (1961) • First Team All-American (1963) • Honorable Mention AllAmerican (1962, 1963) • Helped PC capture the NIT (1961, 1963) • All-East (1962, 1963) • Averaged 5.9 assists per game for his career

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• First Team All-American in 1971 and 1973 • NCAA Final Four AllTournament team • Third pick in the 1973 NBA draft • ECAC Eastern Player of the Decade for the 1970’s • Holds Providence single season record for assists • Helped lead PC to the 1973 Final Four

• Three time All-American, First Team All-American (1966, 1967) • Averaged over 30 points a game in 1967 • Led the nation in scoring in 1967 (30.4 ppg) • Providence College’s and New England’s only No. 1 Draft choice of the NBA • Set PC scoring records for single game, season and career • Scored 2,045 points in three seasons

John Egan

• Honorable Mention AllAmerican (1959), Second Team All-American (1961) • NIT All-Tournament Team Selection in 1959 and 1961 • Averaged 18.8 ppg during the 1961 NIT Championship season • Scored 1,434 points in three seasons • 12th pick in the 1961 NBA Draft • NABC All-District First Team from 1959-61 • All-East Selection (1961)

Ray Flynn

• All-East (1962, 1963) • NIT Most Valuable Player (1963) • Helped PC capture the NIT (1961, 1963) • Averaged 18.9 ppg during 1963 NIT Championship Season • Academic All-American (1963) • Scored 1,025 points in three seasons • NCAA Silver Anniversary Award (1988)

Kevin Stacom

• Helped lead PC to the Final Four (1973) • NCAA East Region AllTournament Team (1973) • Second Team All-American (1974) • All-East Selection (1974) • Scored 1,143 points in two seasons *Played six seasons in the NBA • Second Team All-American in 1974

Joe Hassett

• Honorable Mention AllAmerican (1976) • Third Team All-American (1977) • All-East Honoree (1976, 1977) • NABC All-District Selection (1975, 1976, 1977) • All-New England Selection (1975, 1976, 1977) • Scored 1,828 points in four seasons • Played six seasons in the NBA

Jim Hadnot

• Honorable Mention AllAmerican (1961, 1962) • Helped PC capture the NIT (1961) • Averaged 19.3 points and 16.3 rebounds per game in 1961 • For his career scored 1,467 points and grabbed 1,299 rebounds • Graduated as team’s alltime scoring and rebounding leader

John Thompson

• First Team All-American (1964) • Helped PC capture the NIT (1963) • New England Player of the Year, All-East, ECAC All-Star, East-West All-Star (1964) • Played two seasons in NBA and won two titles with the Celtics (1965, 1966) • Coached Georgetown to the NCAA title (1984) • 1988 Olympic Basketball Coach (Bronze Medal) • Elected to Naismith Hall of Fame (1999)


No. 1 Falls in Friartown February 24, 2009 Providence 81, No. 1 Pittsburgh 73 No. 1 Pittsburgh charged into the Dunk’ late in the season on February 24, 2009, surging in BIG EAST play with a 12-2 league record. The team featured two All-Americans and the Panthers were battling for a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. PC featured a veteran squad and the seniors wanted to go out with a bang in the final home game of their careers.

December 29, 1976 Providence 82, No. 1 Michigan 81 The No. 1 ranked Michigan Wolverines came into Providence confident, averaging 95 points per game in the team’s first six games. But the Friars were an NCAA Tournament-caliber team themselves and were ready for all that Michigan would throw at them.

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Spirit Squads The cheerleading squad, dance team, and mascot make up the spirit program at Providence College. Members of the spirit program attend games and various public relations events around campus. They are expected to perform in front of large crowds at games and competitions. The first big performance of the year is at Late Night Madness to raise excitement for the upcoming basketball season.

Cheerleading Team

FRONT ROW: Meghan Cadagan, Lauren Boen, Kristen Kilcommons, Julia Iacoi, Eileen Delory, Shannah Colbert, Emma Duff, Nikki Jones SECOND ROW: Alex Jones, Alyson Winter, Julia Martini, Alison Kern, Diane Zambardi, Taylor Dimond, Thalia Rivera Ortiz, Felicia Baccari, Madelyn Driscoll THIRD ROW: Miguel Bermudez, Spencer D’Aulisa, Matt Monjay

Dance Team

FIRST ROW: Lydia Hopkins, Jacqueline Luciano, Caroline Morgan, Nicolette Tristano, Arianna Haddock, Maegan Renaud SECOND ROW: Sarah DiRoma, Hillary Pinto, Brenna Farley, Daniela Roberto, Katie Printer, Marialena Melilo, Courtney Formica 84


Dunkin’ Donuts Center - Providence Dedicated: November, 1972 Capacity: 12,410 First PC Game: December 11, 1972 PC 93 - Fairfield 57 First PC Loss: December 30, 1974 St. John’s 91 - PC 79 100th Game: February 11, 1978 PC 61 - North Carolina 59 200th Game: December 13, 1983 PC 65 - Long Island 72 300th Game: February 7, 1989 PC 88 - Pittsburgh 78 400th Game: January 21, 1995 PC 59 - Syracuse 60 500th Game: November 24, 2001 PC 68 - Columbia 54 600th Game: November 27, 2007 PC 78 - Maine 48 700th Game: March 20, 2013 PC 77 - Charlotte 66 100th Victory: November 29, 1979 PC 68 - Assumption 66 200th Victory: March 5, 1988 PC 90 - St. John’s 81 300th Victory: December 28, 1995 PC 83 - Colgate 77 400th Victory: February 2, 2005 PC 98 - Virginia 79 500th Victory: November 16, 2013 PC 93 - Marist 48

Box Office Bonanzas Attendance Opponent Date 13,307 PC 75 St. John’s 64 2- 9-91 13,287 PC 92 Syracuse 82 1-26-91 13,256 PC 80 Syracuse 87 - 2-18-89 13,203 PC 77 Georgetown 80 - 1-18-89 13,201 PC 72 Georgetown 69 1- 8-91 13,168 PC 65 Connecticut 61 2- 4-89 13,149 PC 67 Villanova 76 - 1-14-89

The Dunkin’ Donuts Center, home of the basketball Friars, became a reality on November 3, 1972 when the Rhode Island Reds played Tidewater in an American Hockey League contest. Since that time, millions of sports, music and trade fans have walked through the turnstiles in what many consider to be one of the finest civic centers in the country. Indeed, over five million people have played witness to Providence College basketball in this building.

In the spring of 2001, the building gained a corporate sponsor. The facility, previously known as the Providence Civic Center, was renamed the Dunkin’ Donuts Center. The tremendous success of the Friars in the early 1970’s mandated a change from Alumni Hall to a downtown facility that would service the demand for tickets to Friar basketball games. Since that time, the Dunkin’ Donuts Center has helped Providence College play host to some of the nation’s top basketball teams, including each of the nine BIG EAST opponents. The Friars have had great success in the Dunkin’ Donuts Center, running up a 523-214 record. When the Friars first moved downtown, they ran off 41-consecutive wins before St. John’s ruined the streak in the Ocean State Classic in 1974. The Friars have “shared” the building with the nation’s top collegiate and professional basketball teams. UCLA, North Carolina, Marquette, Brigham Young, Duke (then ranked No. 1) and Michigan (also ranked No. 1) have all played here. Of course, the BIG EAST roster includes Georgetown, St. John’s, DePaul, Villanova, Seton Hall, Marquette, Butler, Xavier and Creighton. The Boston Celtics have played a number of NBA teams in the building as well. The Friars have hosted ECAC Basketball

Providence College In The Dunkin’ Donuts Center Year 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 43 years

All Games Home Games Total Average Nat’l Rk. 16-0 14-0 144,878 10,348 18-0 16-0 139,616 8,726 14-3 11-1 102,360 8,530 15-3 14-2 142,870 8,929 17-1 15-1 149,856 9,366 18-4 16-2 165,048 9,169 (32) 8-8 8-6 102,246 7,303 (49) 10-10 10-7 134,305 7,900 (52) 8-9 8-8 121,675 7,605 (60) 10-7 9-7 97,537 6,096 (68) 8-7 6-7 96,023 7,386 (63) 13-5 12-5 128,766 7,574 (72) 6-10 5-10 107,682 7,179 (71) 14-7 14-7 * 159,494 7,595 (57) 14-3 13-3 156,673 9,792 (38) 11-7 11-6 170,007 10,000 (37) 13-4 12-4 172,047 10,755 (33) 13-5 13-4 169,332 9,960 (30) 17-3 17-3 * 211,498 10,525 (33) 10-6 10-6 172,976 10,780 (32) 15-4 15-4 * 203,484 10,710 (35) 13-1 13-1 151,504 10,822 (36) 13-5 13-5 * 187,684 10,427 (38) 12-5 11-5 * 168,554 10,535 (37) 12-3 12-3 165,447 11,030 (33) 8-7 8-6 142,778 10,198 (36) 10-7 10-5 150,022 10,001 (38) 8-9 7-9 132,049 8,253 (59) 13-3 13-3 151,037 9,440 (49) 12-5 11-5 130,000 8,125 (65) 13-5 13-5 * 157,985 8,777 (52) 11-4 11-4 151,451 10,097 (44) 9-8 9-8 ** 164,235 9,661 (47) 9-7 9-7 133,583 8,349 (64) 16-3 16-3 159,798 8,410 (68) 10-5 10-5 127,907 8,527 (64) 13-5 13-5 * 149,585 8,310 (64) 8-9 8-9 140,920 8,289 (61) 14-5 14-5 133,815 7,043 (76) 11-6 11-6 134,007 7,883 (63) 14-4 14-4 * 139,901 7,772 (60) 13-3 13-3 133,548 8,347 13-4 13-4 146,444 8,614 523-214 (.710) 501-203 (.712) 6,290,455 8,935 * NIT included ** Preseason NIT included

Championships, NCAA First and Second Round games (1976, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1989, 1996, 2010), NIT games, the first-ever BIG EAST Championship tournament and the 1978 and 1985 NCAA Eastern Regionals. In 1995 and 2000, the building hosted the NCAA Hockey Championships.

THE FIRST GAME BOX SCORE December 11, 1972

Providence Bello Walters DiGregorio Crawford Baker Barnes Stacom King Costello Total

FG FT PTS 1 2 4 0 2 2 16 5 37 2 0 4 0 3 3 3 1 7 7 3 17 3 4 10 4 1 9 36 21 93

Fairfield Lademan Kelly Groom Ryan Bogard Bradley Rehn Backfish Fermeglia Duffy Moorer Rogers Totals

FG FT PTS 1 2 4 4 0 8 1 2 4 1 2 4 0 2 2 3 0 6 3 0 6 1 2 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 6 5 2 12 22 13 57

The Dunkin’ Donuts Center has seen the world’s top entertainment acts visit Providence: The Boston Pops, Lawrence Welk, Ice Capades, Barnum and Bailey Circus, Moscow Circus, Ringling Brothers Circus, ABC Wide World of Sports, World Heavyweight Boxing, Harlem Globetrotters, Disney on Ice, Elvis Presley, Billy Joel, Frank Sinatra, Julio Iglesias, Elton John, Whitney Houston, Gloria Estefan, Bobby Brown, Kenny Rogers,

Dunkin’ Donuts Center Renovation By The Numbers • Average Number of Construction Workers 300Per Day During Peak Construction Periods • Total Man Hours During Construction 447,800 • Pounds of Rebar - 300,000 • Gallons of Paint - 3,606 • Percentage of Materials Recycled - 95% • In Pounds - 11,677,048 • Tons of Steel - 460 • Cubic Yards of Concrete Used - 2,200 • Tiles Installed - 73,440 • Square Feet of Glass Installed - 15,000 • Square Yards of New Flooring - 7,000 • Bricks Installed - 215,000 • Block Installed - 65,000

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Dunkin’ Donuts Center - Providence Van Halen, Aerosmith, The Bee Gees, Lionel Richie, Neil Diamond, Fleetwood Mac, Diana Ross, U2 and Bruce Springsteen to name a few of the hundreds of entertainers and acts that have played the Dunkin’ Donuts Center. It now serves as the home of the Providence Bruins, the AHL affiliate of the Boston Bruins. No other New England college basketball team has enjoyed the success that the Friars have seen. That is especially true given the attendance figures given for the first 43 years of the facility. In the spring of 2006, the facility began extensive renovations that were completed in the fall of 2008. The Dunkin’ Donuts Center continues to be one of the nation’s premier complexes, seating almost 13,000 fans. The $80 million project enhanced almost every aspect of the arena and included luxury boxes, new seats, a new video scoreboard and sound system, new concession stands, new locker rooms and a new weight training and fitness area. The renovations ensure that the Friars will continue to play in one of the top college basketball facilities in the country.

PC Vs. Opponents In The Dunkin’ Donuts Center

(includes “away” and neutral games)

FRIARS VS. THE BIG EAST (1979-15) (154-142, .520) L TEAM W Boston College 14 11 Butler 1 1 Cincinnati 3 1 16 Connecticut 11 Creighton 2 0 DePaul 5 2 Georgetown 14 13 Louisville 2 4 3 Marquette 3 Miami 7 4 Notre Dame 3 6 Pittsburgh 13 10 Rutgers 10 2 15 St. John’s 16 Seton Hall 15 13 South Florida 3 2 23 Syracuse 5 Villanova 17 14 Virginia Tech 3 0 West Virginia 5 5 Xavier 2 0 FRIARS VERSUS ALL TEAMS (159 teams) (523-214, .710) TEAM W L Alabama 2 0 Alabama State 1 0 Albany 1 0 American 1 0 Arizona 2 0 Arkansas 1 0 Arkansas-Little Rock 1 0 Assumption 13 1 Austin Peay 2 0 Binghamton 2 0 Biscayne 1 0 Boston College 20 12 Boston University 8 0 Bowling Green 1 0 Brooklyn 1 0 Brown 41 6 Bryant 5 0 Bucknell 1 0 Butler 1 1 California 1 0 Cal State-Bakersfield 1 0 Cal State-Fullerton 1 0 Cal State-Irvine 1 0 Campbell 2 0 Canisius 6 0 Catholic 1 0 Central Connecticut 5 1 Charleston Southern 1 0 Charlotte 1 0 Cincinnati 3 1 Cleveland State 2 0 Colgate 3 0 College of Charleston 2 0

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Columbia 3 0 13 Connecticut 16 0 Creighton 3 Dartmouth 4 0 1 Dayton 1 DePaul 8 3 Drake 1 0 Drexel 1 0 Duke 0 1 0 Duquesne 1 Evansville 1 0 Fairfield 4 0 Fairleigh Dickinson 2 1 Florida 0 2 1 0 Florida A&M Florida International 1 0 Florida State 1 0 Fordham 1 1 George Mason 1 0 1 1 George Washington Georgetown 14 14 0 Harvard 2 Hawaii 1 0 Hofstra 2 0 Holy Cross 13 4 Howard 4 0 Illinois State 0 1 Iona College 0 2 Jackson State 1 0 Jacksonville 3 0 2 0 James Madison Lafayette 2 0 LaSalle 0 1 Liberty 1 0 Long Island 5 1 Longwood 1 0 Louisiana-Lafayette 1 0 Louisiana Tech 1 1 Louisville 4 5 Loyola of Chicago 1 0 Loyola of Maryland 1 0 Loyola Marymount 1 0 Maine 11 1 0 Manhattan 1 Marist 2 0 Marquette 4 3 Massachusetts 6 2 Memphis 0 1 Mercer 1 0 Miami 9 4 Michigan 1 0 Michigan State 0 1 Mississippi State 1 0 Mississippi Valley 1 0 Monmouth 1 0 Morgan State 3 0 Navy 1 1 New Hampshire 9 0 Nevada-Las Vegas 0 1 Niagara 7 0 NJIT 1 0 North Carolina 1 0 North Carolina A&T 2 0

North Carolina-Asheville 1 0 1 0 North Carolina State Northeastern 5 1 Northwestern 1 0 Notre Dame 4 7 Ohio University 1 1 Oklahoma 0 1 Oklahoma State 1 0 Oregon 2 0 4 1 Pennsylvania Pittsburgh 13 10 Prairie View A&M 1 0 Princeton 1 0 Purdue 1 2 32 13 Rhode Island Richmond 1 1 Rider 2 0 Robert Morris 3 0 Rutgers 10 2 4 0 Sacred Heart St. Bonaventure 3 1 St. Francis (NY) 2 0 St. John’s 18 17 St. Joseph’s 3 2 2 0 St. Leo St. Michael’s 1 0 St. Peter’s 1 0 St. Thomas Aquinas 1 0 San Diego State 1 0 1 0 San Francisco Seton Hall 18 13 Siena 3 0 South Alabama 1 0 South Carolina 2 0 4 2 South Florida Southern University 1 0 Stanford 1 0 Stonehill 4 0 Stony Brook 1 0 Syracuse 6 23 Temple 1 0 Texas 2 1 Texas Christian University 0 1 Texas-Pan American 1 0 Tulsa 0 1 Utah 1 0 Vanderbilt University 0 1 Vermont 6 0 Villanova 19 16 1 0 Virginia Virginia Tech 3 1 Wagner 1 0 Washington 0 1 Wayne State 1 0 Western Kentucky 1 0 West Texas State 1 0 West Virginia 7 5 Wichita State 0 1 William and Mary 1 0 Winthrop 0 1 Wisconsin 2 0 Wisconsin-Superior 1 0 Xavier 3 0 Yale 6 0


The Big East Conference

Val Ackerman, Commissioner The BIG EAST Conference will forge ahead in 2015-16 for its third year in its current configuration. Founded by Dave Gavitt in 1979, the BIG EAST reorganized in 2013, entering a new era by returning to its basketball-focused heritage. The league’s 10 member schools today—Butler University, Creighton University, DePaul University, Georgetown University, Marquette University, Providence College, St. John’s University, Seton Hall University, Villanova University, and Xavier University—maintain an unyielding commitment to academic integrity, athletic excellence and community service. Gavitt, the former Providence College men’s basketball coach and athletic director, made the BIG EAST Conference a reality in May of 1979. Providence, St. John’s, Georgetown, Syracuse, Seton Hall, Connecticut and Boston College formed the original seven-school alliance, and within the span of just a few years the conference had become a national powerhouse in men’s basketball. While the composition of the BIG EAST evolved over the next three decades, the focus of its schools did not waver, reflecting a tradition of broad-based programs led by administrators and coaches who emphasize academic strength and fair play. In December of 2012, the seven BIG EAST schools that do not compete in FBS football—DePaul, Georgetown, Marquette, Providence, St. John’s, Seton Hall and Villanova—announced their intention to separate from the conference’s football-playing schools and form an independent association. On March 20, 2013, the seven schools reached an agreement that enabled them to retain the BIG EAST name and assume the old conference’s longterm agreement with Madison Square Garden to host the BIG EAST Men’s Basketball Tournament, one of the premier events in college athletics. The schools also announced the addition of three distinguished institutions sharing the same academic and athletic values—Butler University, Creighton University and Xavier University—and forged a landmark, long-term broadcast partnership with FOX Sports. To complete the transformation, the BIG EAST moved its headquarters from its original location in Providence, R.I., to midtown Manhattan in New York City. The BIG EAST’s new era officially began on July 1, 2013, its effective date as the NCAA’s 32nd Division I conference. Val Ackerman, who previously served as founding President of the WNBA, President of USA Basketball and U.S. representative to the International Basketball Federation (FIBA), was named fifth Commissioner of the BIG EAST in conjunction with the conference’s 2013 reconfiguration. Under her leadership, the BIG EAST has sought to maintain its reputation for excellence in intercollegiate athletics and has remained influential on the national landscape, with many conference and school administrators now serving on key NCAA committees. Since its inception in 1979, the BIG EAST has been considered a leader in innovative concepts in promotion, particularly television, and the conference’s current relationship with FOX Sports allows that tradition to continue. The BIG EAST has enjoyed a fruitful partnership with FOX Sports and its national cable network, FOX Sports 1, since the 2013-14 academic year, the first under the current multi-year agreement. FOX’s wall-to-wall coverage of BIG EAST men’s basketball includes complete coverage of all regular season games on FOX, FS1, FS2 and Fox Regional Networks, as well as the BIG EAST Tournament at Madison Square Garden, college basketball’s longest-running postseason basketball conference tourney held at the same venue. The BIG EAST and FOX also have established an annual five-game New Year’s Marathon at the beginning of conference play. FOX Sports platforms also carry complete coverage of the BIG EAST Women’s Basketball Tournament and selected coverage of other Olympic sport championships. BIG EAST institutions are located in seven of the nation’s top 35 largest media markets, including New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Indianapolis, Milwaukee and Cincinnati.

The BIG EAST has also increased the visibility of its member school programs with the expansion of the BIG EAST Digital Network (BEDN). When the conference launched BEDN in 2014-15, the league became the first collegiate conference to be hosted on the FOX Sports mobile platform, FOX Sports Go, the app that provides live streaming of FOX Sports content. BEDN will carry 225 live events in 2015-16, with an emphasis on women’s basketball and Olympic sport regular season and championship events. BIG EAST Serves launched in 2014 as the conference’s platform to align the academic, health, leadership and service missions of the ten member institutions. Initiatives housed under the BIG EAST Serves umbrella reflect the conference’s commitment to developing the complete BIG EAST student-athlete and making a positive contribution to the campus communities of its member schools and to New York City, the conference’s headquarters. BIG EAST student-athletes boast high graduation rates, and the league has always been able to proudly say that many of its best students are also its best athletes. Alex Barlow, the starting guard for the Butler men’s basketball team that earned a 2014-15 NCAA bid, won the Senior CLASS Award in his sport for excellence in classroom, community, character and competition. He also won the BIG EAST men’s basketball scholar-athlete award for the second year in a row. Katrina Coogan of Georgetown, the 2015 conference women’s cross country champion, was a CoSIDA Academic All-American and seventime cross country and track and field All-American. In 2014-15, BIG EAST teams earned a total of 31 NCAA bids. Two teams won national championships: Connecticut, an associate member in field hockey, won its second straight NCAA crown, and Denver, an associate member in men’s lacrosse, also captured an NCAA title, the first national champion not from the East Coast in that sport. Seven different national postseason championships saw multiple BIG EAST teams participate, including six teams in men’s basketball. BIG EAST schools produced 12 CoSIDA Academic All-Americans, including five in soccer (three male, two female). Current BIG EAST men’s basketball programs have enjoyed extraordinary success over the years. Georgetown, Marquette and Villanova have won the national championship, and DePaul, Providence, St. John’s and Seton Hall have all made it to the Final Four. The BIG EAST placed three men’s basketball teams in the Final Four in 1985—Georgetown, St. John’s and Villanova—the only time this has occurred in NCAA history. Over the past 12 years, Butler, Georgetown, Marquette and Villanova have each reached the Final Four, with Butler making two trips. Xavier has also advanced to the Elite Eight twice and the Sweet 16 four other times. BIG EAST student-athletes have achieved recent success in other sports, as well. A BIG EAST team has won the NCAA women’s cross country championship four of the last six years (Villanova won twice; Providence and Georgetown once), with one runner-up finish (Providence). Creighton’s men’s soccer team has reached the NCAA College Cup in two of the past four seasons, with the Providence men advancing to the semifinals in 2014. In the 36 years since the original league opened its doors, BIG EAST teams have won 38 national championships in eight different sports. The conference crowned champions in 22 sports in the 2014-15 academic year, with 140 student-athletes winning individual national titles.

The Big East Conference www.bigeast.com

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The Big East Conference Results 2014-2015 BIG EAST FINAL STANDINGS Big East Overall W-L PCT H A W-L PCT Villanova 16-2 .889 9-0 7-2 33-3 .941 Georgetown 12-6 .667 7-2 5-4 22-11 .667 Butler 12-6 .667 6-3 6-3 23-11 .676 Providence 11-7 .611 6-3 5-4 22-12 .647 St. John’s 10-8 .556 7-2 3-6 21-12 .636 Xavier 9-9 .500 6-3 3-6 23-14 .623 DePaul 6-12 .333 4-5 2-7 12-20 .375 Seton Hall 6-12 .333 4-5 2-7 16-15 .516 Creighton 4-14 .222 3-6 1-8 13-19 .406 Marquette 4-14 .222 2-7 2-7 14-19 .424

H 17-0 13-3 13-3 13-4 16-4 13-3 9-7 10-5 9-8 9-8

A 9-2 5-4 7-4 5-6 4-6 5-7 3-9 3-9 1-9 3-9

N 7-1 4-4 3-4 4-2 1-2 5-4 0-4 3-1 3-2 2-2

Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 2 Lost 3 Lost 1 Lost 8 Lost 3 Lost 1 Lost 1

2015 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT RESULTS Wednesday, March 11- First Round Marquette 78 - Seton Hall 56 Creighton 78 - DePaul 63

Thursday, March 12- Quarterfinals Friday, March 13- Semifinals Villanova 84 - Marquette 49 Villanova 63, Providence 61 Providence 74 - St. John’s 57 Xavier 65, Georgetown 63 Georgetown 60, Creighton 55 Xavier 67, Butler 61

BIG EAST PLAYER OF THE YEAR Kris Dunn, Providence Ryan Arcidiacono, Villanova BIG EAST COACH OF THE YEAR Jay Wright, Villanova DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Kris Dunn, Providence Sir’Dominic Pointer, St. John’s BIG EAST ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Angel Delgado, Seton Hall BIG EAST SIXTH MAN AWARD Josh Hart, Villanova BIG EAST SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD Alex Barlow, Butler BIG EAST SCHOLAR-ATHLETE Alex Barlow, Butler

ALL-BIG EAST FIRST TEAM Kellen Dunham, Butler D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera, Georgetown *Kris Dunn, Providence *LaDontae Henton, Providence D’Angelo Harrison, St. John’s Ryan Arcidiacono, Villanova *Darrun Hilliard, Villanova ALL-BIG EAST SECOND TEAM Roosevelt Jones, Butler Matt Carlino, Marquette Sterling Gibbs, Seton Hall Sir’Dominic Pointer, St. John’s Matt Stainbrook, Xavier

Saturday, March 14- Final Villanova 69, Xavier 52

ALL-BIG EAST HON. MENTION Billy Garrett, Jr., DePaul Daniel Ochefu, Villanova JayVaughn Pinkston, Villanova ALL-BIG EAST ALL-ROOKIE Isaac Copeland, Georgetown L.J. Peak, Georgetown Duane Wilson, Marquette *Angel Delgado, Seton Hall Isaiah Whitehead, Seton Hall *Trevon Bluiett, Xavier

Composite Team Records 1979-2015 in BIG EAST Years Regular Season

in BIG EAST Tournament

in Non-League Regular Season

in Postseason NIT NCAA NIT/PCT NCAA/PCT

Boston College 26 181-233 .437 20-24 .456 Butler 1 4-14 .222 0-1 .000 10-2 .833 Cincinnati 8 65-75 .464 6-7 .462 78-26 .750 3-2 3-3 .600 .500 Connecticut 34 325-233 .582 36-26 .581 360-69 .839 35-20 49-13 .636 .790 1 14-4 .778 2-1 .667 10-2 .833 1-1 .500 Creighton DePaul 9 30-128 .190 2-7 .222 69-43 .616 2-1 0-0 .667 .000 Georgetown 35 346-230 .601 51-28 .646 350-69 .835 13-7 44-24 .650 .647 Louisville 8 95-45 .679 13-5 .722 91-20 .820 3-1 17-6 .750 .647 Marquette 9 100-58 .633 8-9 .471 96-27 .780 0-0 6-6 .000 .500 Miami 13 .442 1-2 .333 99-125 Notre Dame 17 171-138 .553 12-17 .414 167-56 .749 12-6 6-9 .667 .400 30 282-242 .538 25-29 .463 301-76 .798 Pittsburgh 8-3 13-9 .727 .591 35 233-343 .405 19-32 .371 297-122 .708 13-11 7-8 .542 .467 Providence 17 92-216 .299 7-14 .333 136-63 .683 5-4 0-0 .556 .000 Rutgers St. John’s 35 297-279 .516 26-28 .481 308-112 .735 11-4 17-18 .733 .486 35 224-352 .389 25-32 .439 295-110 .728 Seton Hall 1-6 15-20 .143 .429 8 38-102 .271 3-5 .375 61-42 .592 0-1 2-1 .000 .667 South Florida Syracuse 34 366-192 .656 49-29 .628 376-53 .876 12-7 50-25 .632 .667 34 327-243 .574 33-33 .500 298-113 .725 12-8 31-19 .600 .627 Villanova 4 17-47 .266 1-1 .500 Virginia Tech West Virginia 16 143-148 .491 12-15 .444 Xavier 1 10-8 .556 1-1 .500 10-3 .769 0-1 .000

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Basketball Program History 1926-1955: Early Glory and then Small School Stature Year W L 1926-27 8 8 1927-28 7 9 1928-29 17 3 1929-30 15 4 1930-31 14 5 1931-32 19 5 1932-33 13 3 1933-34 12 5 1934-35 17 5 1935-36 14 7 1936-37 12 10 1937-38 7 9 1938-39 4 7 1939-40 5 9 1940-41 11 6 1941-42 13 7 1942-43 15 5 1943-44   No Team - WWII 1944-45 5 7 1945-46 5 12 1946-47 8 11 1947-48 10 10 1948-49 7 19 1949-50 14 9 1950-51 14 10 1951-52 14 9 1952-53 11 11 1953-54 13 13 1954-55 9 12 1955-56 14 8 1956-57 15 9 1957-58 18 6 1958-59 20 7 1959-60 24 5 1960-61 24 5 1961-62 20 6 1962-63 24 4 1963-64 20 6 1964-65 24 2 1965-66 22 5 1966-67 21 7 1967-68 11 14 1968-69 14 10 1969-70 14 11 1970-71 20 8 1971-72 21 6 1972-73 27 4 1973-74 28 4 1974-75 20 11 1975-76 21 11 1976-77 24 5 1977-78 24 8 1978-79 10 16 1979-80 11 16 1980-81 10 18 1981-82 10 17 1982-83 12 19 1983-84 15 14 1984-85 11 20 1985-86 17 14 1986-87 25 9 1987-88 11 17 1988-89 18 11 1989-90 17 12 1990-91 19 13 1991-92 14 17 1992-93 20 13 1993-94 20 10 1994-95 17 13 1995-96 18 12 1996-97 24 12 1997-98 13 16 1998-99 16 14 1999-00 11 19 2000-01 21 10 2001-02 15 16 2002-03 18 14 2203-04 20 9 2004-05 14 17 2005-06 12 15 2006-07 18 13 2007-08 15 16 2008-09 19 14 2009-10 12 19 2010-11 15 17 2011-12 15 17 2012-13 19 15 2013-14 23 12 2014-15 22 12

Eddie Wineapple won first team All-America honors after scoring 13.9 ppg in 1929. Wineapple left PC after one year to play professional basketball with Syracuse. Wineapple was also a baseball standout, pitching briefly for the Washington Senators.

Allan Brachen was the Friars’ dominant player of the thirties. Bracken led the team in scoring for four years and set a record with 773 career points that would stand until 1951.

Ted McConnon became the first Friar to average 15 ppg for a season when he turned the trick in 1942.

Coach Vin Cuddy helped to revive Providence’s program after several lean years in the late 1940’s. One of his star players was Robert Moran, who scored 1251 points and became the first Friar to average 20 points for a season, in 1952-53.

ALL-AMERICANS (1926-55) Edward Wineapple - 1929 John Krieger - 1930, 1931 William McCue - 1931 Allen Bracken - 1932, 1933 Larry Drew - 1942

When Providence attempted to field a basketball team on an informal basis in 1921 and 1922, the Friars’ seasons were cut short by the lack of a coach, lack of facilities and lack of interest. When the school reinstated basketball as a varsity sport in 1926-27, however, the team was ready to go. Archie Golembeski, the school’s football coach, took the reins and led the Friars to a .500 record that included a key upset of eastern power St. John’s. After Golembeski left to devote more time to football, Providence brought in Al “The General” McClellan and the program began to flourish. The Gen established PC almost immediately as perhaps the dominant team in New England and garnered Eastern and national attention for the fledgling program. During McClellan’s eleven years as hoop boss, Providence won seventy percent of its games, captured four New England championships (1929, 1930, 1932, and 1935) and finished second in the region four times. In addition PC was the only New England school in the twenties and thirties willing to venture outside of the region to play the powers in the East like St. John’s, CCNY, Villanova and Seton Hall, further enhancing its growing reputation. The 1936 team was one of two New England teams selected to participate in the U. S. Olympic playoffs. When McClellan left after the 1938 season, PC suffered through two subpar years, then began to rebuild under Coach Ed Crotty. The outbreak of World War II resulted in all of the Friars’ players heading for the service, and the school decided to shut down the basketball program for the 1943-44 season. After the war, the landscape of college basketball would change. There emerged a large school division and a small school division, similar to today’s Division I and Division II. Providence, with its small enrollment, was considered a small school by the NCAA, and their schedule began to reflect that. Gone were the Eastern powers like St. John’s and Villanova, replaced by schools like St. Anselm and Bates. Several factors combined to start turning the program around. First, school President Father Slavin took in a Big Five doubleheader while attending a conference in Philadelphia, and realized that a small Catholic school like PC could compete in big-time college basketball. Second, there was a move afoot on campus to raise money to build an on-campus gym. During the thirties, PC played in a tiny auditorium in Harkins Hall – a real home court advantage but not a true basketball court with its low ceilings and small dimensions. Then, in the forties and early fifties, city high school gyms, with seats for 500 fans, were used. A state-of-the-art on-campus gym would give the Friars a legitimate home. Third, Slavin hired Vin Cuddy to coach the team, and Cuddy began to turn things around, going 14-9 in his first year. With scoring stars like Jim Schlimm (the school’s first 1000 point scorer), Bob Moran and Mike Pascale, PC qualified for several small-school postseason tournaments and in 1951, won the NAIB regional tournament and advanced to the nationals in Kansas City. By 1955 Cuddy had slipped to 9-12, but the Friars next taste of glory was right around the corner.

Background photo: The New England Championship 1928-29 Friars, PC’s first great team.

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Basketball Program History 1955-1969: The Mullaney Years Year W L 1926-27 8 8 1927-28 7 9 1928-29 17 3 1929-30 15 4 1930-31 14 5 1931-32 19 5 1932-33 13 3 1933-34 12 5 1934-35 17 5 1935-36 14 7 1936-37 12 10 1937-38 7 9 1938-39 4 7 1939-40 5 9 1940-41 11 6 1941-42 13 7 1942-43 15 5 1943-44   No Team - WWII 1944-45 5 7 1945-46 5 12 1946-47 8 11 1947-48 10 10 1948-49 7 19 1949-50 14 9 1950-51 14 10 1951-52 14 9 1952-53 11 11 1953-54 13 13 1954-55 9 12 1955-56 14 8 1956-57 15 9 1957-58 18 6 1958-59 20 7 1959-60 24 5 1960-61 24 5 1961-62 20 6 1962-63 24 4 1963-64 20 6 1964-65 24 2 1965-66 22 5 1966-67 21 7 1967-68 11 14 1968-69 14 10 1969-70 14 11 1970-71 20 8 1971-72 21 6 1972-73 27 4 1973-74 28 4 1974-75 20 11 1975-76 21 11 1976-77 24 5 1977-78 24 8 1978-79 10 16 1979-80 11 16 1980-81 10 18 1981-82 10 17 1982-83 12 19 1983-84 15 14 1984-85 11 20 1985-86 17 14 1986-87 25 9 1987-88 11 17 1988-89 18 11 1989-90 17 12 1990-91 19 13 1991-92 14 17 1992-93 20 13 1993-94 20 10 1994-95 17 13 1995-96 18 12 1996-97 24 12 1997-98 13 16 1998-99 16 14 1999-00 11 19 2000-01 21 10 2001-02 15 16 2002-03 18 14 2003-04 20 9 2004-05 14 17 2005-06 12 15 2006-07 18 13 2007-08 15 16 2008-09 19 14 2009-10 12 19 2010-11 15 17 2011-12 15 17 2012-13 19 15 2013-14 23 12 2014-15 22 12

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Johnny Egan was a spectacular scorer and playmaker for Joe Mullaney’s first NIT teams.

Mullaney with his two co-captains for the 196364 season, John Thompson and Jimmy Stone.

Mike Riordan (#54) in a rebounding battle against URI, as All-America teammate Jimmy Walker (far right)

When Providence hired Joe Mullaney to replace Vin Cuddy, not many people noticed. After all, Mullaney was a young, unproven coach with only one year of head coaching experience, at Norwich. Fourteen years later, when Mullaney left to become head coach of the NBA’s Los Angeles Lakers, everyone noticed. In between had been fourteen years of incredible success, highlighted by a 271-94 record (.742) and two NIT Championships. Mullaney and Alumni Hall arrived at the same time, and the Friars celebrated almost immediately with a stunning 85-83 overtime win over nationally revered Notre Dame. The win gave notice of PC’s plans to return to national prominence. Over the next few years the Friars steadily improved, until a January 1959, four-overtime win over ranked Villanova at the Palestra thrust the team back into the national limelight and paved the way for the school’s first-ever NIT bid. By 1960, Providence was again the dominant team in New England, a position that would be maintained for most of the next 20 years. Led by Mullaney’s first great recruits, Lenny Wilkens and John Egan, and the school’s first legitimate big man, Jim Hadnot, the Friars cracked the Top 20 on a weekly basis, wreaked havoc in the NIT, and began a string of nine consecutive 20-win seasons. After reaching the NIT finals in 1960, PC returned and won the tournament in 1961. The state of Rhode Island was Friarmad. Thousands of fans lined Route 6 from the Connecticut border all the way into downtown Providence to greet the returning victors. Led by former Georgetown coach John Thompson, and guards Vin Ernst and Ray Flynn, PC won the NIT again in 1963, and then reached the NCAA Elite Eight in 1965 with a 24-2 record and a number four ranking. Jimmy Walker and Mike Riordan led the mid-’60’s Friars to two NCAA’s, an NIT, and championships in the prestigious Holiday Festival in 1965 and 1966. Walker became the school’s first 2000 point scorer, led the nation in scoring in 1967, and was the first and only New England player selected first in the NBA draft. During the decade of the 1960’s, only UCLA and Kentucky won at a greater clip than the Friars. When Mullaney left for the NBA in 1969, PC was firmly established as a perennial Eastern powerhouse and national contender. Friar fans wondered if it could continue.

ALL-AMERICANS (1955-69) Len Wilkens - 1959, 1960 John Egan - 1959, 1961 Jim Hadnot - 1961, 1962 Vin Ernst - 1962, 1963

Background photo: The Friars celebrate after their NIT shocker over St. Louis in 1958-59.

John Thompson - 1964 Jimmy Walker - 1965, 1966, 1967


Basketball Program History 1969-1979: The Gavitt Years Year W L 1926-27 8 8 1927-28 7 9 1928-29 17 3 1929-30 15 4 1930-31 14 5 1931-32 19 5 1932-33 13 3 1933-34 12 5 1934-35 17 5 1935-36 14 7 1936-37 12 10 1937-38 7 9 1938-39 4 7 1939-40 5 9 1940-41 11 6 1941-42 13 7 1942-43 15 5 1943-44   No Team - WWII 1944-45 5 7 1945-46 5 12 1946-47 8 11 1947-48 10 10 1948-49 7 19 1949-50 14 9 1950-51 14 10 1951-52 14 9 1952-53 11 11 1953-54 13 13 1954-55 9 12 1955-56 14 8 1956-57 15 9 1957-58 18 6 1958-59 20 7 1959-60 24 5 1960-61 24 5 1961-62 20 6 1962-63 24 4 1963-64 20 6 1964-65 24 2 1965-66 22 5 1966-67 21 7 1967-68 11 14 1968-69 14 10 1969-70 14 11 1970-71 20 8 1971-72 21 6 1972-73 27 4 1973-74 28 4 1974-75 20 11 1975-76 21 11 1976-77 24 5 1977-78 24 8 1978-79 10 16 1979-80 11 16 1980-81 10 18 1981-82 10 17 1982-83 12 19 1983-84 15 14 1984-85 11 20 1985-86 17 14 1986-87 25 9 1987-88 11 17 1988-89 18 11 1989-90 17 12 1990-91 19 13 1991-92 14 17 1992-93 20 13 1993-94 20 10 1994-95 17 13 1995-96 18 12 1996-97 24 12 1997-98 13 16 1998-99 16 14 1999-00 11 19 2000-01 21 10 2001-02 15 16 2002-03 18 14 2003-04 20 9 2004-05 14 17 2005-06 12 15 2006-07 18 13 2007-08 15 16 2008-09 19 14 2009-10 12 19 2010-11 15 17 2011-12 15 17 2012-13 19 15 2013-14 23 12 2014-15 22 12

Ernie DiGregorio and Marvin Barnes enjoy PC’s momentous win over Maryland in the 1973 NCAA Eastern Regional Final.

Joe Hassett and Kevin Stacom celebrate after Stacom’s last second basket beat Boston College on January 23, 1974.

Dave Gavitt seemed the natural choice to replace Joe Mullaney. Gavitt had been an assistant under Mullaney at Providence during the early ‘60’s, and then had become head coach at Dartmouth, where he had fashioned a successful record. Little did anyone realize that Gavitt would take the program to even greater heights. When Gavitt began his own string of eight consecutive 20-win seasons in his second year, PC’s success had outgrown 3000-seat Alumni Hall. Despite resistance, Dave Gavitt negotiated a move downtown to the brand new 12,000-seat Providence Civic Center in 1972. There, the Friars could play a national schedule, and fund the entire athletic program with the sell-out crowds that followed. Not many schools were playing in large arenas at the time, and Providence became the heart and soul of college basketball in New England. The Friars enjoyed their greatest season in 1973. Led by Ernie DiGregorio, Marvin Barnes and Kevin Stacom, PC compiled a 27-4 record, the number four ranking and a 17-game unbeaten streak that ended at the hands of Memphis State in the NCAA Final Four. Only a knee injury to Barnes prevented a national championship game matchup with Bill Walton and UCLA. In 1974, PC bettered their record, at 28-4, and reached the NCAA Sweet Sixteen, as Marvin led the nation in rebounding. During the mid-1970’s, Providence kept on winning, led by sharpshooter Joe Hassett and frontcourt players Bob Cooper, Bruce Campbell, Bill Eason and Bob Misevicius. The Friars maintained their weekly Top 20 rankings, their New England dominance, and their regular upsets of nationally-ranked opponents. PC began to host its own holiday tournament, the InBank Classic in 1976, and that year stunned number one ranked Michigan 82-81 in two overtimes in the final. After NCAA bids in 1977 and 1978 (losing to freshman Magic Johnson’s Michigan State team), Dave Gavitt’s last group of great players graduated. PC and Gavitt suffered through an uncharacteristic losing season in 1979, and then, after 10 years as Friar coach, with a record of 209-84 (.713) and a Final Four appearance, Dave Gavitt stepped down to concentrate on his duties as the school’s athletic director, and also as commissioner of a new and exciting venture – the Big East Conference. ALL-AMERICANS (1969-79)

Bruce “Soup” Campbell lauches a shot against Rhode Island as teammate Bill Eason looks on.

Ernie DiGregorio - 1971, 1972, 1973 Marvin Barnes - 1973, 1974 Kevin Stacom - 1974 Joe Hassett - 1976, 1977 Bruce Campbell - 1976 Dwight Williams - 1978

Background photo: Friar coach Dave Gavitt.

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Basketball Program History 1979-2014: Glory In The Big East Year W L 1926-27 8 8 1927-28 7 9 1928-29 17 3 1929-30 15 4 1930-31 14 5 1931-32 19 5 1932-33 13 3 1933-34 12 5 1934-35 17 5 1935-36 14 7 1936-37 12 10 1937-38 7 9 1938-39 4 7 1939-40 5 9 1940-41 11 6 1941-42 13 7 1942-43 15 5 1943-44   No Team - WWII 1944-45 5 7 1945-46 5 12 1946-47 8 11 1947-48 10 10 1948-49 7 19 1949-50 14 9 1950-51 14 10 1951-52 14 9 1952-53 11 11 1953-54 13 13 1954-55 9 12 1955-56 14 8 1956-57 15 9 1957-58 18 6 1958-59 20 7 1959-60 24 5 1960-61 24 5 1961-62 20 6 1962-63 24 4 1963-64 20 6 1964-65 24 2 1965-66 22 5 1966-67 21 7 1967-68 11 14 1968-69 14 10 1969-70 14 11 1970-71 20 8 1971-72 21 6 1972-73 27 4 1973-74 28 4 1974-75 20 11 1975-76 21 11 1976-77 24 5 1977-78 24 8 1978-79 10 16 1979-80 11 16 1980-81 10 18 1981-82 10 17 1982-83 12 19 1983-84 15 14 1984-85 11 20 1985-86 17 14 1986-87 25 9 1987-88 11 17 1988-89 18 11 1989-90 17 12 1990-91 19 13 1991-92 14 17 1992-93 20 13 1993-94 20 10 1994-95 17 13 1995-96 18 12 1996-97 24 12 1997-98 13 16 1998-99 16 14 1999-00 11 19 2000-01 21 10 2001-02 15 16 2002-03 18 14 2003-04 20 9 2004-05 14 17 2005-06 12 15 2006-07 18 13 2007-08 15 16 2008-09 19 14 2009-10 12 19 2010-11 15 17 2011-12 15 17 2012-13 19 15 2013-14 23 12 2014-15 22 12

After twenty years of almost uninterrupted success, Providence entered the Big East Conference at the wrong time. The new league was the brainchild of PC mentor Dave Gavitt, who viewed the league as an opportunity for traditional Eastern powers like Providence to compete with schools in other established leagues around the country like the ACC and the Big Ten, and would help in keeping the best local high school players in the East. Unfortunately for the Friars, who had operated as an independent since 1926, they entered the new league at their lowest talent level in years and struggled for several years. Rick Pitino arrived at Providence in 1985 a brash, young, littleknown assistant coach from the N.Y. Knicks. He immediately predicted that his Friars would soon be cutting down nets. Friar faithful began to believe him when his first team went 17-14 and earned an NIT bid. In 1987, Pitino’s second season, PC became America’s Cinderella team, when the Friars turned in a 25-9 mark, cracked the Top 20 for the first time since 1978, and, led Rick Pitino’s arrival in 1985 resulted in a by current Florida coach Billy Donovan, raced through the NCAA return to glory for Providence and a berth Tournament, reaching the school’s second Final Four. There, in the NCAA Final Four in 1987. the pressing, three-point shooting Friars lost to conference rival Syracuse. Pitino stunned the Friars by leaving after the season to join the New York Knicks. Following one turbulent season under Gordie Chiesa, PC hired Rick Barnes, another hot, young head coach, from George Mason. Providence started 13-0 under Barnes, and grabbed NCAA bids in 1989 and 1990. Eric Murdock became the school’s second 2000 point scorer and the NCAA career steals leader, and Marty Conlon and Carlton Screen were other keys during Barnes’ early years at PC. A top five recruiting class, which included Michael Smith, Dickey Simpkins and Rob Phelps, led to back-to-back 20-win seasons in 1993 and 1994, an NIT semifinal appearance in ‘93, and PC’s first Big East Tournament Championship and an NCAA bid in ‘94. After six seasons at Providence, Barnes left for Clemson following the 1994 season. Now Friar fans were getting used to success in the Big East, and Pete Gillen arrived from Xavier with a reputation as a very successful coach and motivator. Gillen coached the Friars to NIT appearances in 1995 and 1996, keyed by Eric Williams and Michael Brown. The Friars then stunned the basketball world with a 24-12 record, a number fifteen ranking and a run to the NCAA Elite Eight in 1997. Led by Austin Croshere, Derrick Brown, and Jamel Thomas, Providence dumped Duke along the way, before losing to eventual national champion Arizona in overtime. Following a difficult season Ed Cooley led the Friars to the 2014 BIG EAST title and their in 1997-98, when the Friars did well to struggle 16th appearance in the NCAA to a 13-16 mark without a starter taller than 6’7”, Tournament. Gillen departed for Virginia after four years at Providence. ALL-AMERICANS Tim Welsh joined the Friars fold in April of (1979-2015) 1998, and in 10 seasons, guided the Friars to Otis Thorpe - 1983, 1984 Billy Donovan - 1987 160 wins and 2 NCAA Tournaments. Eric Murdock - 1989, 1990, 1991 In April of 2008, Keno Davis was hired to Carlton Screen - 1990 coach the Friars. He coached the team for three Jamel Thomas - 1999 John Linehan - 2001, 2002 seasons and posted a 46-50 mark. Ryan Gomes - 2004, 2005 Providence native Ed Cooley was hired in Marshon Brooks - 2011 2011. He quickly made his mark on Friartown Bryce Cotton - 2014 as in just his third season as the Head Coach Kris Dunn - 2015 LaDontae Henton - 2015 he guided the Friars to a 23-12 mark and led the team to the 2014 BIG EAST title. With the win, the Friars captured their first BIG EAST Background photo: The Friars hoist their Big East Tournament Championship since 1994 and advanced to the Austin Croshere helped lead Championship trophy in 1993-94. the 1996-97 Friars to the NCAA Tourney for the first time since 2004. NCAA Elite Eight.

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Basketball Program History The NIT Championships - 1961, 1963

Jim Hadnot battles Niagara in the Friars’ 71-68 NIT win on March 18, 1961.

Jimmy Stone scores against Miami in the 1963 NIT.

1960-61 Team

1962-63 Team

Providence College and the NIT became synonomous between 1959 and 1963. The Friars made five straight trips to Madison Square Garden where they finished fourth in ‘59, second in ‘60 and then won in 1961 and 1963. In 1961, the Friars were led by Jim Hadnot (19.3 ppg), John Egan (18.8 ppg), Vin Ernst (9.8 ppg) and Ray Flynn (5.8 ppg), as they racked up a 20-5 regular season record. Joe Mullaney’s Friars were ranked as high as ninth that year and headed into the NIT looking to avenge the previous year’s loss in the finals. PC took the first steps by knocking off DePaul 73-67 and followed with a 71-68 win over Niagara to end the first weekend’s play. The semifinal matchup came against Holy Cross. This game went down to the wire as Ernst was fouled as time ran out and the game tied at 75-75. The Friar guard was waved off the foul line repeatedly as security worked to prevent fans from shaking the support wires to the basket. When he finally got to shoot, he missed, sending the game into overtime. The talented shooter more than made up for it in overtime as he scored or assisted on all 15 PC points on the way to a 90-83 PC win. Ernst would later be named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player. The Friars faced St. Louis in the championship game two days later. The Friars struggled and found themselves trailing by seven with just ten minutes left in the game. That’s when sophomore forward George Zalucki, who played the best game of his career (18 points and 10 rebounds) rallied the Friars with several key free throws to put Providence ahead 60-59. Jim Hadnot iced the game with a pair of free throws in the final seconds and PC had its first NIT Championship in a 62-59 win over the Billikens. The 1962-63 season again had the Friars gunning for a return trip to New York. This team was led by Ray Flynn and John Thompson as each averaged 18.9 points per game. Thompson, the long-time head coach at Georgetown, owned the boards with an average of 14 rebounds per game. James Stone (14.2 ppg) and Vin Ernst (11.6 ppg) gave PC a potent offensive attack. The Friars went 21-4 during the regular season and were back at Madison Square Garden in March. The first opponent was the University of Miami led by the great Rick Barry. Miami had defeated the Friars, 82-75, at Alumni Hall earlier in the season and the Friars were looking for revenge. Ray Flynn scored 38 points in the game as the Friars led by as many as 19 in the game. With 1:30 left, PC was up by four when Flynn was fouled by Barry. The Miami All-American slammed the ball to the floor and was called for a technical foul. Flynn made all three to ice the game, 106-96. PC went on to defeat Marquette, 70-64 and then Canisius 81-66 to earn their second NIT championship in three years. Flynn took tournament MVP honors scoring 83 points in the three games. He was joined by John Thompson and Jim Stone on the All-Tournament team.

Background photo: Ray Flynn and Vinnie Ernst.

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Basketball Program History The Final Four Years - 1973, 1987 In 1972, PC made the leap to the next level in college hoop circles when the Friars moved into the 12,000-seat Providence Civic Center. Their first team to play there may have been the greatest ever at Providence. With Ernie DiGregorio, Marvin Barnes, and Kevin Stacom leading the Billy Donovan quarterbacked the way, PC ran roughshod over Eastern basketball. With Ernie ‘87 Friars to the D. running the show (24.6 ppg) and Barnes controlling the NCAA Final Four. boards (18.3 ppg and 19 rpg), the Friars were 24-2 and cess. But this was a 14-man team that believed in what their ranked as high as fourth in the nation heading into the tournacoach was telling them. Every night provided another ment. hero and there was no stopping the Friars once they St. Joseph’s was first up got on a roll in January. in the tournament, and led The Friars were 20-7 in the regular season and had by DiGregorio’s 31 points, their first winning season in the BIG EAST at 10-6. PC prevailed, 89-76. If Alabama-Birmingham was PC’s first round opponent in one team always gave the NCAA Tournament. Donovan scored 35 points and Providence trouble it was dished out 12 assists in a 90-68 PC win. Chuck Daly’s Penn team. Austin Peay was next on the docket. PC’s dream The Quakers were next and 1972-73 Team season appeared to be coming to an end as the Friars Barnes got to show why he was an All-American as he scored were down by ten with 5:50 left to play. After a PC time20 and pulled down 15 rebounds in an 87-65 PC win. out, the Friars came alive scoring 12 of the next 14 points. Next up was the “UCLA of the East,” the fourth-ranked Donovan’s 20-footer tied the game at 82. With just two secMaryland Terrapins, led by big Tom McMillen, John Lucas and onds left, Austin Peay went to the foul line where they missed Len Elmore. Ernie D. scored 30 points despite fouling out the front of a one-and-one to send the game to overtime. The while Stacom and Barnes took the play to Maryland in a 103Friars outscored the Colonels, 8-5 in overtime for a 89 win. DiGregorio was Most Valuable Player of the Regional 90-87 win. while Barnes and Stacom made the All-Tournament Ninth-ranked Alabama Team. PC had beaten the ACC’s best and were off was PC’s first opponent at to St. Louis, Missouri for the school’s first NCAA the Southeast Regional. PC Final Four. scored early and often, opened PC and Memphis State faced off in one semifinal a big lead and went on to a while Indiana and UCLA matched up in the other. 103-82 win over the Crimson The Friars jumped out fast on Memphis. DiGregorio Tide. Donovan and Brooks was whipping behind-the-back-passes all over the combined for 49 points and court, Stacom was pouring in shots from the outthe Wright’s - Steve with 15 side and Barnes was dominating the boards when 1986-87 Team and Darryl with 13, added 28 disaster hit. Barnes went down with a knee injury for the PC win. eight minutes into the game. Ernie tried to keep PC in it, Long-time BIG EAST foe, Georgetown stood in the Friars’ but Memphis State chipped away and finally took over late in way to the Final Four. John Thompson’s team had dealt the game. DiGregorio finished with 32 points but it wasn’t PC its last loss and was ranked fourth in the nation. Darryl enough as the Tigers won 98-85. The Friars would not get Wright was six-for-six, including four threes, from the floor on their chance to face Bill Walton and UCLA for a second time his way to 20 points. Donovan scored 20 with 16 coming that season. Stacom came back to score 29 points in the at the foul line and a tough, tenacious PC defense held off Friars’ consolation loss to Indiana, 97-79. the Hoyas in an 88-73 win. Donovan was named the Most The Friars ended the year ranked fourth in the country with Outstanding Player of the Southeast Regional while Steve a 27-4 record. It would be 14 years before the Friars would Wright and Darryl Wright made the All-Tournament team. go back to the Final Four. Look out New Orleans, the Friars were in the Final Four. The 1986-87 season was one that Friar fans still rememAnother BIG EAST foe was in the Friars’ path. The ber vividly. In the program’s second year under Rick Pitino, Syracuse Orangemen had also advanced to New Orleans. it was a Magic Carpet ride as the Friars would go 25-9 and They became the team that ended PC’s Cinderella Story. advance to the Final Four. Five Orangemen scored in double figures on the way to a Billy Donovan (20.6 ppg) was the leader on this team of 77-63 win. Carlton Screen led the Friars with 18 points as over achievers. Players like Delray Brooks (14.4 ppg), Ernie PC’s postseason magic ran out. The remarkable run by the “Pop” Lewis (11.8 ppg) and Dave Kipfer (11.7 ppg) saw Cinderella Friars will be a major part of the long and storied plenty of action and contributed mightily to the team’s suchistory of Providence College basketball. 94


Basketball Program History Joe Mullaney - The Architect Of PC Basketball Joe Mullaney, the architect of the Providence College basketball tradition, passed away on March 8, 2000, after a three year battle with cancer. Ironically, Mullaney passed away on the morning of the start of the Big East Tournament in Madison Square Garden, scene of many of Mullaney’s greatest triumphs. The Friars first made their name on the national stage in the NIT during the late 1950’s and early 1960’s under Mullaney’s tutelage. At that time, all NIT games were played at the Garden in New York City. In fact, in 1960, Father Robert Slavin, president of Providence College, said, “The Dominican Order has been around for over 700 years and nobody knew us until we put five guys on a basketball court at Madison Square Garden.” The New York media and New York fans adopted the Friars during their annual NIT treks to the Garden because of Joe Mullaney. Mullaney grew up a gym rat in New York, following the great City teams of the 1930’s and 1940’s and watching legendary coaches like Clair Bee, Nat Holman and Joe Lapchick at the old Garden. Joe was a pretty fair basketball player himself and matriculated to Holy Cross, which was a program on the rise. Playing for Doggie Julian, Mullaney teamed with Bob Cousy in the backcourt and helped to lead the Crusaders to the NCAA national championship in 1947. Following his graduation, Mullaney played briefly in the NBA for Red Auerbach and the Boston Celtics, and then left basketball for a short stint in the FBI. But basketball was in Joe’s blood, and when he was offered the head coaching position at tiny Norwich University in Vermont, Mullaney grabbed it, and his team turned in an 18-5 record in 1954-55. At the same time, Father Slavin wanted to emulate fellow New England Catholic college Holy Cross, which was in the midst of a tremendous run, and was looking to upgrade the program at Providence College. Already a new on-campus gym was scheduled to open at PC, and now Slavin needed the right coach. When the relatively inexperienced, thirtyyear old Mullaney interviewed for the job, Slavin was sure that he had his man. An early upset of Notre Dame at brand-new Alumni Hall served notice that something special was happening on Smith Hill, and after a couple of steadily improving seasons, PC and Mullaney finally broke through in 1959. Led by Mullaney’s first big-name recruits, Lenny Wilkens and Johnny Egan, the Friars scored their first-ever win over a nationally ranked opponent, a 90-83 fourovertime thriller over Villanova at the Palestra. PC then received its first-ever NIT bid and recorded its first-ever 20-win season. That started an incredible run of nine straight 20-win seasons and nine straight postseason tournament appearances. Included in that run were two NIT championships, in 1961 and 1963,

when the NIT was at least on a par with the NCAA Tournament. The Friars also enjoyed weekly appearances in the Top 20 polls during this time. PC also made its first NCAA appearances, including a trip to the Eastern Regional Finals in 1965. Under Mullaney, Providence College became THE team in New England and were yearly challengers for regional and national honors. This was also the time that PC became Rhode Island’s team. After winning the NIT in 1961, Rhode Islanders lined Route 6 from the Connecticut border all the way to downtown Providence, to welcome the PC bus back from New York. The subway alumni were born, and it was due to Mullaney and the success of his early teams. During the 1960’s, only UCLA and Kentucky won at a greater percentage than Mullaney’s Friars. Star players flocked to the small Catholic college in Rhode Island in a steady stream. After Wilkens and Egan, Friar fans could thrill to the exploits of players like Jim Hadnot, the school’s first-ever big man, Vinnie Ernst, Ray Flynn, John Thompson, Jimmy Stone, James Benedict, Jimmy Walker and Mike Riordan. He also recruited Ernie DiGregorio to PC even though Ernie never played for Mullaney. By the time Mullaney decided to test the NBA waters in 1969, he had compiled a 271-94 record (.742) and won three New England Coach of the Year awards. Joe spent two years coaching the Los Angeles Lakers and took the 1969-70 Lakers, who featured Wilt Chamberlain and Jerry West, to the NBA finals. He then moved to the ABA where he coached four teams in five years. In 1971-72, he guided Artis Gilmore and the Kentucky Colonels to a 68-16 record and the ABA finals, and in 1975-76 he experienced life with Marvin Barnes and the St. Louis Spirit. After leaving the pro ranks, Joe returned to college coaching when the Brown University job opened up in 1978. Mullaney spent three years at Brown, and then, when old friend and PC athletic director Dave Gavitt called him, returned to Providence College in 1981. Joe coached Otis Thorpe, among others, during his four years at PC in the ‘80’s and when he retired in 1985, he held the school record for victories with 319 during his 18 years at the school. Although his second stint at PC was not as successful as his first, his star could not be diminished. He wrapped up his pro coaching career with two years as head coach of Pensacola in the CBA in 1990. Joe Mullaney was a genius who just happened to wear a whistle and carry a clipboard. He was an innovator, largely responsible for creating the matchup zone defense, which he needed to assist the small, undermanned teams at PC during his first years there. Dave Gavitt, who was the assistant under Mullaney from 1962-66, remarked at Mullaney’s tribute dinner, “Going to work every day with Joe was a learning experience. It was comparable to if you were an artist, studying under Rembrandt.” Joe Mullaney and his teams captivated a state. It’s not a stretch to say that nothing that has happened at PC since his arrival- the NCAA Final Four appearances, the membership in the Big East Conference, playing in the 12,000 seat Dunkin’ Donuts Center, the national recognition- none of that- would have happened without Joe Mullaney. He will be dearly missed.

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Basketball Program History Jimmy Walker - Greatest Friar Of Them All When the news came from Kansas City that Jimmy Walker had passed away after a battle with cancer, Friar fans everywhere knew that a singular talent in the constellation of Providence College stars was gone forever. Walker hailed from Boston and established himself as a playground legend in the days before the internet and ESPN helped to make stars out of high schoolers. In fact, Walker was a relative unknown in recruiting circles. Providence discovered Walker when his aunt, the mother of Friar Bill Blair, remarked to assistant coach Dave Gavitt, “If you think my son is good, you should see my nephew.” Gavitt was dispatched to watch Walker and returned to tell Joe Mullaney that “we have to get this kid.” Boston Celtic star Sam Jones guided Walker to Laurinburg Prep to work on his grades, and when Walker entered PC, he led the Friar freshman team to a perfect 21-0 record. As a varsity superstar, Walker was unstoppable. At 6’3” and 205 pounds, The Walk was bigger than most guards of the day and used his size, strength and ballhandling ability to get wherever he wanted to on the court. Walker dazzled opponents by dribbling between his legs, something that no one had seen before, and his shooting range was unlimited. As a sophomore, the Friars started the season with 19straight wins, reached the NCAA Elite Eight and finished the year ranked fourth in the nation. Walker led the way, averaging 20.5 ppg while distributing the ball flawlessly. For his efforts, he was named a Second Team All-American. In his junior year, Walker again led the Friars to the NCAAs, while averaging 24.5 ppg. That included a 50-point outburst against Boston College in the Holiday Festival in Madison Square Garden, tying Oscar Robertson’s MSG record. Already, the media was referring to Walker as the second coming of Robertson, and he made First Team All-America. His senior year was his best. Walker led the nation in scoring with a 30.4 ppg average, and he recorded eight games of 40 or more points. A unanimous First Team All-American, Walker graduated with the school scoring record, notching 2,045 points in only three seasons, and he averaged 25.2 ppg for his career, all in the days before the three-point shot. In 81 games, Walker had led the Friars to 67 wins. For his efforts, Walker became the first and only player from a New England school to be picked number one in the NBA draft, selected by the Detroit Pistons to be their point guard. Although Walker never reached the heights in the pros that he had in college, he played nine years in the NBA, and averaged 16.7 ppg for his career. He was a two time All-Star and averaged over 20 ppg twice during his career with the Pistons and the Kansas City Kings. For Friar fans who remember him, there can never be another like Walker; a whirling dervish who was unguardable by opposing players, drove opposing coaches to tears, and scored effortlessly from all over the court. Truly a Friar that was one of a kind. 96


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FRIARS IN PROFESSIONAL COACHING JOHN EGAN ‘61 Year Team (League) Record Playoffs 1973-74 Houston Rockets (NBA) 32-50 1974-75 Houston Rockets (NBA) 41-41 3-5 1975-76 Houston Rockets (NBA) 40-42 1973-76 Three Seasons 113-133 3-5 JOE MULLANEY Year Team (League) Record Playoffs 1969-70 L. A. Lakers (NBA) 46-36 11-7 1970-71 L. A. Lakers (NBA) 48-34 5-7 1971-72 Kentucky Colonels (ABA) 68-16 2-4 1972-73 Kentucky Colonels (ABA) 56-28 11-8 9-9 1973-74* Utah Stars (ABA) 51-33 1974-75 Memphis Sounds (ABA) 1-4 27-57 1975-76 St. Louis Spirit (ABA) 15-22 1976-77 Buffalo Braves (NBA) 11-18 1988-89 Pensa. Torpedoes (CBA) 31-28 1989-90 Pensa. Torpedoes (CBA) 36-28 389-300 39-39 1969-90 Ten Seasons *Coach of the Year RICK PITINO Team (League) Record Playoffs Year 1987-88 New York Knicks (NBA) 38-44 1-3 1988-89 New York Knicks (NBA) 52-30 5-4 1997-98 Boston Celtics (NBA) 36-46 1998-99 Boston Celtics (NBA) 19-31 35-47 1999-00 Boston Celtics (NBA) 2000-01 Boston Celtics (NBA) 12-22 192-220 6-7 1987-01 Six Seasons LENNY WILKENS ‘60 Year Team (League) Record Playoffs 1969-70 Seattle Supersonics (NBA) 36-46 1970-71 Seattle Supersonics (NBA) 38-44 1971-72 Seattle Supersonics (NBA) 47-35 1974-75 Portland Trailblazers (NBA) 38-44 1975-76 Portland Trailblazers (NBA) 37-45 1976-77 Seattle Supersonics (NBA) 42-18 13-9 1978-79 # Seattle Supersonics (NBA) 52-30 12-5 1979-80 Seattle Supersonics (NBA) 56-26 7-8 1980-81 Seattle Supersonics (NBA) 34-48 1981-82 Seattle Supersonics (NBA) 52-30 3-5 1982-83 Seattle Supersonics (NBA) 48-34 0-2 1983-84 Seattle Supersonics (NBA) 42-40 2-3 1984-85 Seattle Supersonics (NBA) 31-51 1986-87 Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA) 31-51 1987-88 Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA) 42-40 2-3 1988-89 Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA) 57-25 2-3 1989-90 Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA) 42-40 2-3 1990-91 Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA) 33-49 1991-92 Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA) 57-25 2-3 1992-93 Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA) 33-49 1993-94 Atlanta Hawks (NBA) 57-25 5-6 1994-95 Atlanta Hawks (NBA) 42-40 0-3 1995-96 Atlanta Hawks (NBA) 46-36 4-6 1996-97 Atlanta Hawks (NBA) 56-26 4-6 1997-98 Atlanta Hawks (NBA) 50-32 1-3 1998-99 Atlanta Hawks (NBA) 31-19 3-6 1999-00 Atlanta Hawks (NBA) 28-54 2000-01 Toronto Raptors (NBA) 47-35 6-6 2001-02 Toronto Raptors (NBA) 42-40 2-3 2002-03 Toronto Raptors (NBA) 24-58 2003-04 New York Knicks (NBA) 23-19 0-4 2004-05 New York Knicks (NBA) 17-22 1969-05 Thirty-two Seasons 1332-1161 80-98 #World Champions

A Friar Forever There have been many great players in Providence College’s storied past. From the early days of All-Americans like Ed Wineapple and John Krieger to the 60’s teams of John Thompson, Ray Flynn, John Egan and Vinnie Ernst to Marvin and Ernie D. to Otis Thorpe, Billy Donovan and today’s Friars, everyone has a favorite. Among all those names remains a player who went on to an outstanding playing and coaching career in the NBA. That would be Lenny Wilkens. On October 2, 1998, Wilkens was enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame for the second time. The first time was for being a player; this time was for his accomplishments as a coach. He joins John Wooden as the only two people to be enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame as a player and a coach. Wooden’s honors came as a college player and a college coach. Wilkens’ come from an outstanding pro career as a player and a coach. “For almost four decades, Lenny Wilkens has dedicated his life to basketball and to the pursuit of greatness. He achieved greatness as a high school, collegiate and professional player, and for the past 25 years as a coach. He embodies everything that is good about basketball, and at this time in his career, as basketball moves into the next century, he richly deserves this honor along with our admiration, respect and thanks for giving so much to this great game of basketball.” – Dave Gavitt, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Basketball Hall of Fame WILKENS FACTS Born: October 28, 1937, Brooklyn, N.Y. College: Providence College (1960) 28th on all-time scoring list (1,193 points) All-American (1958-59, 1959-60) Most Valuable Player - 1960 NIT Tournament First Round Draft Choice of the St. Louis Hawks Selected to Providence College Hall of Fame (1972) Number retired (1996) Member of the Board of Trustees (1996) Professional Basketball: Played for St. Louis, Seattle, Cleveland and Portland Nine-time All-Star (MVP of 1971 game) Played in 1,077 games Scored 17,772 points (16.5 ppg) Had 7,211 assists (6.7 apg) Named to NBA’s 50 Greatest Players List (1996-97) Selected to Basketball Hall of Fame as player (1989) Coaching Career: Coached Seattle, Portland, Cleveland, Atlanta, Toronto and New York NBA’s 2nd All-Time Winningest Coach with 1,332 wins Coached USA Team to Gold Medal in 1996 Olympics in Atlanta Coached Seattle to 1979 NBA title Named to NBA’s All-Time Top Ten Coaches List Only person on NBA’s Top Players and Top Coaches lists Selected to Basketball Hall of Fame as coach (1998) 97


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First Game - (Exhibition) First Game - (Official) 100th Game - 200th Game - 300th Game - 400th Game - 500th Game - 600th Game - 700th Game - 800th Game - 900th Game - 1,000th Game - 1,100th Game - 1,200th Game - 1,300th Game - 1,400th Game - 1,500th Game - 1,600th Game - 1,700th Game - 1,800th Game - 1,900th Game - 2,000th Game - 2,100th Game - 2,200th Game -

December 4, 1920 (at East Greenwich Academy) East Greenwich Academy 64, Providence 13 December 4, 1926 (at Bridgewater State) Providence 31, Bridgewater Normal School 19 January 30, 1932 (Providence - RI Auditorium) St. John’s 30, Providence 26 January 30, 1937 (at LaSalle) LaSalle 47, Providence 36 January 30, 1943 (Providence - Harkins Hall) Providence 66, Lowell Tech 21 March 1, 1949 (at St. Anselm) St. Anslem 70, Providence 55 December 6, 1954 (at St. Anselm) St. Anslem 70, Providence 69 January 11, 1958 (Providence - Alumni Hall) Providence 75, Springfield 46 December 6, 1961 (at Boston College) Providence 77, Boston College 73 March 2, 1965 (Providence - Alumni Hall) Providence 102, Massachusetts 75 February 2, 1976 (Providence Civic Center) Providence 83, Rhode Island 59 January 20, 1973 (at UCLA) UCLA 101, Providence 77 February 2, 1976 (Providence Civic Center) Providence 76, Niagara 67 February 20, 1979 (at Holy Cross) Holy Cross 75, Providence 65 January 18, 1983 (at St. John’s) St. John’s 74, Providence 54 February 24, 1986 (Providence Civic Center) Providence 97, Seton Hall 82 December 2, 1989 (Providence Civic Center) Providence 93, Holy Cross 80 January 16, 1993 (Providence Civic Center) Syracuse 69, Providence 57 February 3, 1996 (Providence Civic Center) Providence 79, Rutgers 68 February 13, 1999 (Providence Civic Center) Miami 69, Providence 65 November 26, 2002 (at So. Florida) So. Florida 68, Providence 64 December 27, 2005 (Dunkin’ Donuts Center) Providence 80, San Diego State 65 January 31, 2009 (at Gampel Pavillion) Connecticut 94, Providence 61 February 7, 2012 (at Villanova) Villanova 74, Providence 72

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December 4, 1926 (at Bridgewater State) Providence 31, Bridgewater Normal School 19 February 16, 1934 (at Harvard) Providence 25, Harvard 18 February 12, 1943 (Providence - Harkins Hall) Providence 59, Harvard Naval School 42 February 13, 1954 (at Colby ) Providence 72, Colby 59 February 29, 1960 (Providence - Alumni Hall) Providence 100, Fairfield 57 January 4, 1965 (Providence - Alumni Hall) Providence 71, St. Joseph’s 65 December 5, 1971 (Providence - Alumni Hall) Providence 77, Stetson 57 December 26, 1974 (Providence Civic Center) Providence 76, Holy Cross 75 January 2, 1980 (at Massachusetts) Providence 78, Massachusetts 68 March 5, 1987 (at Madison Square Garden) Providence 80, St. John’s 51 March 12, 1993 (at Madison Square Garden) Providence 73, Connecticut 55 November 30, 1998 (Providence Civic Center) Providence 79, Maine 72 November 26, 2004 (Madison Square Garden) Providence 72, Michigan 63 February 2, 2011 (Dunkin’ Donuts Center) Providence 68, South Florida 63

December 4, 1920 - Friars play in their first game, an exhibition, losing to East Greenwich Academy, 64-13. December 4, 1926 - After losing the first nine games in the history of the program, all exhibitions, PC defeats Bridgewater Normal School 31-19, in first “official” game. January 13, 1927 - Friars win their first home game, 31-27, defeating Middlebury. February 25, 1927 - Friars win at St. John’s, 36-33, before New York media to establish program as viable. December 18, 1928 - Win at St. John’s is upset of team that would finish 23-2 and No. 1 in East. March, 1929 - Friars finish with 17-3 record and are recognized as New England Champions and ranked No. 3 in the East. March, 1930 - Friars named New England Champions for second consecutive year. December 30, 1930 - PC defeats Newport Naval Training School 80-16, for largest margin of victory ever. March, 1932 - Friars crowned New England Champions again. March, 1935 - Providence re-takes New England Championship. March 12, 1936 - Providence loses to Springfield in battle to represent New England in U.S. Olympic tryouts. January 26, 1945 - John Arzoomanian scores 35 points against Hedron to become the first Friar to score 30 points in a game. December 13, 1945 - Henri Ethier hits for 34 points in 64-61 overtime loss to St. Michael’s in Boston Garden to set a Garden record. March 2-3, 1949 - Friars appear in NAIB regionals for first-ever postseason tournament. March 7, 1951 - PC defeats Tufts, 77-74, to win NAIB regionals thus making national tournament. February 29, 1952 - Jim Schlimm becomes first Friar to score 1,000 points for his career, in game versus Rhode Island. February 9, 1954 - Friars reach century mark for first time, defeating URI, 101-81. December 3, 1955 - Friars dedicate Alumni Hall, defeating Brown University 71-55, in first game ever in new on-campus facility February 14, 1956 - Friars defeat Notre Dame in overtime, 85-83, in Alumni Hall, in game that helped put Providence basketball “on the map”. January 24, 1959 - John Egan leads PC to 90-83 four-overtime win at Villanova scoring 39 points - a PC record. February 9, 1960 - PC loses at St. Bonaventure, 90-89 in three overtimes, in one of the greatest games in history. Friars, up by one with 30 seconds left in third OT, on their way to snapping Bonnies’ 91-game consecutive home win streak, when a Bonnies’ steal led to victory. March 23, 1961 - Vin Ernst missed a free throw with no time on the clock and the score tied in the NIT semifinals. Undaunted, he came back to combine with John Egan in scoring all 15 Friar points in the overtime to defeat a great Holy Cross team, 90-83. March 25, 1961 - Defeat of St. Louis, 62-59, brings first NIT Championship to Providence. February 7, 1963 - Vin Ernst’s 17 assists sets single-game Friar mark as PC defeats DePaul in Alumni Hall, 77-59. March 23, 1963 - Friars beat Canisius, 81-66, to capture second NIT trophy and earn Eastern Championship. December 10, 1963 - John Thompson breaks single-game scoring mark by pouring in 43 points in 77-58 defeat of Fairfield in Alumni Hall. February 23, 1965 - Friars lose at Villanova, 71-55, to end consecutive win streak at 19. March 12, 1965 - Friars defeat St. Joseph’s, 81-73, in overtime in NCAA’s, to reach 24-1. They finished 24-2 for best record ever. December 30, 1965 - PC defeats Boston College, 91-86, to earn Holiday Festival Championship as Jimmy Walker scores 50 points for new PC record. March, 1966 - Friars’ William Blair wins NCAA free throw percentage crown (101-112 for .902) in season Friars win seventh straight New England Championship. December 30, 1966 - PC defeats St. Joseph’s, 82-76, to repeat as Holiday Festival Champs. February 23, 1967 - Jimmy Walker breaks Alumni Hall scoring mark by netting 46 points in 99-73 defeat of Rhode Island. March 4, 1967 - Friars defeat Brown, 77-68, for 20th win of season and run 20-win string to nine consecutive seasons. March 11, 1967 - Jimmy Walker scores 2000th career point in NIT game versus Memphis State. March, 1967 - NIT bid is ninth straight postseason appearance. Jimmy Walker leads nation in scoring (30.4). April 1, 1967 - Jimmy Walker is NBA’s top draft choice. July 9, 1969 - Dave Gavitt is named head coach. December 8, 1971 - Marvin Barnes grabs PC record 34 rebounds in 76-58 defeat of Buffalo State in Alumni Hall. His 12 blocked shots established another PC record. January 26, 1972 - PC defeats seventh-ranked USC, 70-66, (at USC) on national television. March 1, 1972 - PC wins final Alumni Hall game, beating St. John’s, 73-65. March 6, 1972 - Friars get second top-ten upset of the year, defeating second-ranked Jacksonville (at Jacksonville), 90-76.


Chronology of Important Dates December 11, 1972 - Civic Center hosts its first game, a 93-57 PC win over Fairfield. January 16, 1973 - PC scores 118 points against Western Kentucky (88) for largest point total ever, a mark that would stand for 27 years. January 20, 1973 - Playing its 1000th game ever, PC loses a big game at UCLA, 101-77. March 17, 1973 - Ernie DiGregorio leads Friars to 103-89 thumping of Maryland (ranked fourth nationally) in Eastern Regional for first-ever trip to the NCAA Final Four. April 23, 1973 - Buffalo Braves pick Ernie DiGregorio third in NBA draft.

March 13, 1994 - PC captures its first-ever BIG EAST Championship, as the Friars defeat Georgetown, 74-64, in the Tournament finale. March 30, 1994 - Pete Gillen is named the Friars 12th head coach. February 27, 1995 - Friars upset No. 4 Connecticut, 72-70, at the Providence Civic Center. Win is Friars’ first over a Top 5 team since 1990. March 4, 1995 - PC knocks off second nationally ranked team in a week as No. 11 Villanova falls, 71-70, at the Civic Center.

December 13, 1973 - PC upsets sixth-ranked San Francisco, 76-57, to start what may be two greatest consecutive games ever.

March 10, 1995 - Make it three in a row for the Friars as Jason Murdock’s two free throws with :01 left on the clock gives PC a 71-69 overtime win over No. 20 Syracuse in the first round of the BIG EAST Tournament.

December 15, 1973 - Two days after San Francisco upset, Marvin Barnes sets Providence records for field goals (23) and points (52) in win over Austin Peay, 94-92, in Civic Center.

November 27, 1996 - In the Friars’ home opener against Long Island University, Lenny Wilkens becomes the first Friar to have his jersey retired.

March, 1974 - Marvin Barnes leads NCAA in rebounding (18.7).

March 14, 1997 - Behind Austin Croshere’s career-high 39 points, PC wins NCAA Tournament game for first time in 10 years beating Marquette, 81-59.

March, 1974 - PC wins second consecutive Eastern Championship. April, 1974 - Marvin Barnes is NBA’s second pick in draft.

March 16, 1997 - PC wins second round NCAA game upsetting eighth-ranked Duke 98-87 to advance to Sweet 16.

December 30, 1974 - St. John’s snaps Friars’ three-year 41-game winning streak in Civic Center (56 home games overall), 79-77.

March 23, 1997 - Friars come within 3.9 seconds of advancing to Final Four against Arizona. With score tied 85-85, PC misses last shot. Arizona wins in overtime, 96-92.

March 21, 1975 - Friars visit NIT championship for fourth time, losing 80-69, to Princeton.

April 2, 1998 - Tim Welsh is named 13th head coach at Providence College.

December 29, 1976 - Providence stuns top-ranked Michigan, 82-81, in two overtimes in finals of Industrial Bank Classic at Civic Center in what many believe was the greatest Friar game of all-time.

December 27, 1999 - Karim Shabazz scores 25 points, grabs 15 rebounds and blocks 10 shots against Long Island, for the first triple-double by a Friar since 1977.

November 30, 1977 - Providence defeats No. 9 Louisville, marking the third time in three seasons that the Friars knock off a top-20 Cardinals squad. February 12, 1978 - PC defeats seventh-ranked North Carolina, 61-59, on national TV, during great New England Blizzard of ‘78. Fans had to walk to the game but turned out to see the upset. February 17, 1979 - Friars give Dave Gavitt a royal send-off in his final Civic Center appearance, defeating Rhode Island, 84-77, after losing to Rhody just a month earlier by 44 points. Rudy Williams sinks an 89-foot shot against Rhode Island - the second longest field goal in NCAA history. March 9, 1979 - Gary Walters becomes PC’s eighth head coach. May 31, 1979 - The BIG EAST Conference is formed in Providence.

February 10, 2001 - The Friars blitz 12th-ranked Georgetown, 103-79. The Friars hand the Hoyas their worst-ever conference loss. February 18, 2001 - PC cracks the AP Top 25 for their first regular season ranking since January of 1989. March 3, 2001 - PC defeats Rutgers, 69-66, to finish with an 11-5 record in BIG EAST action. It marked the first time ever that PC earned 11 wins in BIG EAST play. March 7, 2001 - John Linehan is named the BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year. February 26, 2002 - John Linehan sets the NCAA steal record with his 377th career steal versus Miami. March 5, 2002 - John Linehan is named the BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year for the second straight season.

December 18, 1979 - PC plays, and loses, first BIG EAST game, 55-50, at Georgetown.

March 28, 2002 - John Linehan is named the NABC Defensive Player of the Year.

January 19, 1981 - Revenge nets PC first-ever BIG EAST win in 61-58 win at Georgetown.

January 3, 2004 - The Friars defeated Virginia, 84-69, in Charlottesville, Va., to earn their first road win ever over a team from the Atlantic Coast Conference.

April 6, 1981 - Joe Mullaney returns to Providence as head coach. January 28, 1982 - Friars lose five-overtime game, 79-77, at Dayton. March 22, 1985 - Rick Pitino is named head coach. March 8, 1986 - Friars are named to NIT field for first postseason appearance since 197778 season. January 28, 1987 - Ernie Lewis sinks three-point field goal with three seconds left, defeating Georgetown, 82-79, in one of the great wins of all time, as PC moves into first-place of BIG EAST for first time. January 31, 1987 - A 93-81 overtime win against St. John’s moves Friars into Top 20 for first time since February of 1978. March 6, 1987 - Billy Donovan tallies BIG EAST Tournament record 34 points in 80-51 defeat of St. John’s. March 21, 1987 - Friars overcome Georgetown, 88-73, in Southeast Regional to advance to NCAA Final Four for second time ever. March 28, 1987 - Rick Pitino accepts Kodak Coach of the Year Trophy. August 21, 1987 - Gordon Chiesa is named head coach. April 11, 1988 - Rick Barnes is named head coach. January 12, 1989 - With a 105-56 victory over Central Connecticut, the Friars start the season at 13-0 for the first time since 1964-65. January 20, 1990 - Friars upset fifth-ranked Syracuse, 87-86, in Carrier Dome for first-ever win over Orangemen in BIG EAST play. December 23, 1990 - Eric Murdock set McKale Center scoring record when he hits for 45 points versus Arizona. January 26, 1991 - Friars upset No. 6 Syracuse, 92-82, for first BIG EAST home win over Orangemen. January 29, 1991 - With 6:30 left in first half in game with Seton Hall, Eric Murdock sets NCAA career steals record with his 342nd. March 18, 1991 - Eric Murdock scores 2000th point in NIT win over West Virginia.

January 24, 2004 - The Friars’ 66-56 win over No. 4 Connecticut, 66-56, marked the first time Providence ever defeated a top-four opponent on the road. February 7, 2004 - The Friars defeated Syracuse, 74-61, at Providence, R.I. For the Friars, it marked their first win ever over a defending national champion. March 1, 2004 - Providence is ranked 12th in the AP Poll and 13th in the ESPN/USA Today Poll. It marked the highest the team had been ranked during the regular-season since it was 11th in the AP Poll and the UPI Poll on February 21, 1978. March 23, 2004 - Ryan Gomes is named to the Associated Press First Team All-America squad. Gomes is just the fourth Friar ever to earn AP First Team honors and the first since Marvin Barnes in 1974. February 23, 2005 - Ryan Gomes scored 19 points at Seton Hall and surpassed Jimmy Walker (2,045 points) as the Friars’ all-time scoring leader. He finished his career with 2,138 career points. Also in that game, he recorded his 1,000th career rebound and became first player at Providence and just the sixth player in BIG EAST history score more than 2,000 points and record 1,000 rebounds. He finished his career with 1,028 rebounds. November 26, 2006 - Herbert Hill scored 20 points and grabbed 20 rebounds in a win over George Washington. It marked the 31st time that a PC player posted a 20-20 game and the first since March 4, 1974. Hill was just the sixth Friar all-time to register a 20-20 game. Decenber 22, 2006 - Geoff McDermott recorded the first triple-double for the Friars since December 27, 1999 as he scored 12 points, had 11 rebounds, recorded 10 assists in a win over Harvard. January 6, 2007 - The Friars honored former legendary coach by naming the floor at the Dunk’ the Dave Gavitt Court. PC also hung banners to honor Gavitt and PC’s all-time winningest coach Joe Mullaney. March 6, 2007 - Herbert Hill became the third Friar to lead the BIG EAST in scoring (19.9 ppg) and became the first PC player to earn the league’s Most Improved Player honors. March 8, 2008 - Providence College honored former Friar greats Marvin Barnes, Ernie DiGregorio and Jimmy Walker by retiring their jerseys at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center. April 15, 2008 - Keno Davis was named the 14th Head Coach at Providence College. January 17, 2009 - The completely renovated men’s basketball wing opens in Alumni Hall, featuring state-of-the-art offices, a new lockerroom and the Joe Calabria Hallway of Legends.

February 8, 1992 - Friars defeat Georgetown, 86-63, in first-ever Capitol Centre win.

February 21, 2009 - John Egan becomes the seventh Friar Legend to have his jersey retired at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in a halftime ceremony.

March 12, 1993 - PC defeats Connecticut, 73-55, in Big East Tournament for the program’s 1,000th win.

February 24, 2009 - The Friars knock off No. 1 Pittsburgh, 81-73, at the Dunk’ to record the second win over a top-ranked team in program history.

March 24, 1993 - PC defeats Boston College, 75-58, for just second 20-win season in 15 years, sending Friars to Madison Square Garden for NIT semifinals. It also marked the third defeat of BC for the Friars that season.

March 22, 2011-- Ed Cooley was named the 15th head coach at Providence College.

March 12, 1994 - In one game, Rob Phelps (10-11 field goals) and one of the great classes ever recruited fulfilled their promise by upsetting second-ranked Connecticut 69-67 in the BIG EAST Tournament.

January 10, 2012 – The Friars defeated Rick Pitino’s No. 14/15 Louisville Cardinal squad, 90-59, in Providence. The 31-point win was the Friars’ largest margin of victory ever over a ranked team. March 15, 2014 - PC captures its second-ever BIG EAST Championship, as the Friars defeat Creighton, 65-56, in the Tournament finale.

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The Greatest Games in History PROVIDENCE 32 at ST. JOHN’S 30 Dec. 18, 1928 Providence College scored its first major triumph, defeating St. John’s and its “Wonder Five” which lost just four games in four years (two to PC). Led by All-American Ed Wineapple’s 15 points, PC stunned the heavily favored St. John’s, in front of the New York media, giving the Friars their first national exposure and marking them as the team to beat in New England for the next decade. PROVIDENCE 60 - RHODE ISLAND 54 Jan. 16, 1942 After dominating New England college basketball during the thirties, Providence College saw its program decline in the forties. Rhode Island State, on the other hand, was coached by Frank Keaney and was a program on the rise. The teams collided in Rhode Island Auditorium before 5800 fans as Ted McConnon and Chet Zabek powered the Friars to the upset. PROVIDENCE 85 - NOTRE DAME 83 (OT) Feb. 14, 1956 With a new coach (Joe Mullaney) and a new gym (Alumni Hall), Providence was a rising star looking for the big stage. Notre Dame came to Alumni Hall and after trailing most of the game, tied it with seconds left in regulation. With most of the starters fouled out, little used Gordie Holmes found himself with the ball with just a few seconds left in overtime. His 45-foot prayer was answered and Friar basketball was “On the Map”. PROVIDENCE 90 at VILLANOVA 83 (4OT) Jan. 24, 1959 For the first time, Providence fans were able to follow their team on radio and the Friars made the most of the opportunity, defeating nationallyranked Villanova in the storied Palestra in a four overtime performance that still ranks as one of the greatest games ever played in the old barn. Johnny Egan scored 39 in one of the Palestra’s greatest individual performances to this day. The win propelled the Friars to their first NIT. PROVIDENCE 75 - ST. LOUIS 72 (2OT) NIT Mar. 17, 1959 After defeating Manhattan in the first round of the NIT, the Friars found themselves up against pretournament favorite St. Louis, led by All-America Bob Ferry. Dubbed ‘Mullaney’s Midgets’ by the New York media because they started no one over 6’5”, the Friars pulled off the double overtime upset and became the darlings of New York City on their annual treks to the NIT. PROVIDENCE 64 at ST. JOSEPH’S 63 Jan. 23, 1960 Almost one year after the stunning upset of Villanova, the Friars returned to the Palestra to face nationally ranked St. Joseph’s. With a minute left and the Hawks clinging to a 63-60 lead, PC’s Lenny Wilkens stole the ball three consecutive times (twice from All-America Bobby McNeil and once from Paul Westhead) converting two for baskets and another improbable upset. PROVIDENCE 89 at ST. BONAVENTURE 90 (3OT) Feb. 9, 1960 Providence traveled to the Olean Armory where the balconies hung over the court and the Bonnies had a 91-game winning streak that dated back to 1948. Lenny Wilkens’ 34 points helped PC to a one point lead with 30 seconds left. But St. Bonaventure’s Tom Stith, who finished with a PC opponent record 46-points, hit a jumper with 15

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seconds left to keep the streak alive. PROVIDENCE 90 - HOLY CROSS 83 (OT) NIT Mar. 23, 1961 No time remained on the clock when Vinnie Ernst stepped to the free throw line of the NIT semifinal with the score tied at 75 in a game with New England rival Holy Cross. Ernst was waved off the line repeatedly as security guards scrambled to prevent fans from shaking the wires to the basket. Ernst shot, and missed, but came back in overtime to team with Johnny Egan in scoring all 15 of the Friars’ points in the win. PROVIDENCE 62 - ST. LOUIS 59 NIT Mar. 25, 1961 For the third year in a row, Providence faced St. Louis in the NIT, this time for the Championship. Drained from their emotional win over Holy Cross, the Friars struggled and trailed by seven with 10 minutes left in the game. But sophomore George Zalucki, who played the best game of his career (18 points and 10 rebounds), rallied the Friars with key free throws. Jim Hadnot iced the game with free throws and the Friars had their first National Championship. PROVIDENCE 84 at DAYTON 72 Jan. 31, 1963 The Friars had struggled early in the year, and continued to struggle in the first half against Dayton, falling behind by six at intermission. The coaches left the players to themselves at halftime where seniors Ray Flynn and Vinnie Ernst gave fiery speeches which propelled PC to a win that night and in the next 15 games, capturing their second NIT Championship in the process.

Ray Flynn scores against Miami’s Rick Barry in the March 19, 1963 NIT game.

PROVIDENCE 106 - MIAMI 96 NIT Mar. 19, 1963 Miami had defeated the Friars in Alumni Hall earlier in the year and Ray Flynn wanted revenge. His 38 points proved the better of the great Rick Barry’s efforts and the Friars moved on but not without some theatrics. PC watched a 19 point lead dwindle to four with 1:30 left when Barry fouled Flynn. Barry slammed the ball to the floor, got a technical, and Flynn hit three free throws to ice the game. PROVIDENCE 81 - ST. JOSEPH’S 73 (OT) NCAA Mar. 12, 1965 St. Joseph’s entered the NCAA Eastern Regional 26-1 and ranked third nationally. The Friars were 23-1 and ranked fourth. Down 59-53 with a minute left, the Friars and Jimmy Walker staged a furious rally, forcing overtime. Walker and Jim Benedict scored 14 of the team’s 20 points in the extra session enabling PC to reach the regional final and a date with Bill Bradley and Princeton. PROVIDENCE 91 - BOSTON COLLEGE 86 Holiday Festival Dec. 30, 1965

Holy Cross and NBA legend Bob Cousy had Boston College on the threshold of greatness in New England basketball and a chance to take the top spot from PC. Although the Eagles had the height advantage and used seven different players to guard Jimmy Walker, Walker was on his way to 50 points, tying Oscar Robertson’s Madison Square Garden record in the process, and PC had its first Holiday Festival title. PROVIDENCE 73 - MASSACHUSETTS 72 Jan. 23, 1971 Led by the incomparable Julius Erving, Massachusetts came into the game 11-0 and ranked first in New England. Sophomore Ernie DiGregorio killed 45 seconds of the game with a dribbling exhibition before hitting the last of his 33 points with forty seconds left. Doctor J, held in check all night by 5’11 Donnie Lewis, missed a finger roll with seconds left and PC was Number One again. PROVIDENCE 70 at SO. CALIFORNIA 66 Jan. 26, 1972 A national television audience got their first glimpse of Ernie DiGregorio and Marvin Barnes as they helped Providence to a 15-point lead with eight minutes left in an intersectional game with ninth-ranked Southern Cal. Paul Westphal and the Trojans cut the lead to two with a minute left before Fran Costello and Marvin Barnes hit a pair of free throws each in the upset. PROVIDENCE 90 at JACKSONVILLE 76 Mar. 6, 1972 Trailing 63-61 to the much taller, second-ranked Jacksonville Dolphins, the Ernie DiGregorio and Marvin Barnes-led Friars went on a 15-0 run that put the game out of reach before a shocked hometown crowd in Jacksonville. The win gave the Friars another 20-win season and a trip to the NCAA’s. PROVIDENCE 103 - MARYLAND 89 NCAA Mar. 17, 1972 Fourteen years to the day after PC had defeated pre-NIT Tournament favorite St. Louis, the Friars squared off against Maryland, ‘The UCLA of the East’ and an NCAA tournament favorite with UCLA. Ernie DiGregorio scorched the Terps for 30 points and despite fouling out, saw Kevin Stacom and Marvin Barnes hold the fourth-ranked favorites at bay. The Friars had defeated the ACC’s best and had earned their first trip to the Final Four. PROVIDENCE 85 - MEMPHIS STATE 98 NCAA Semifinal Mar. 24, 1973 Legendary CCNY coach Nat Holman called the Friars’ start the best eight minutes of team basketball he’d ever seen. Ernie DiGregorio had thrown some miracle passes, Kevin Stacom hit a couple of long jumpers, and Marvin Barnes was dominating inside. Disaster struck when Barnes hurt his knee coming down with a rebound, and despite Ernie D’s valiant effort, Memphis State came back to win and end PC’s chance for a showdown with UCLA for the National Championship. PROVIDENCE 91 - CLEMSON 86 NIT Mar. 15, 1975 Pre-tournament favorite Clemson had seven-footer Tree Rollins and four minutes of basketball when they held the younger Friars scoreless in the NIT. But behind the sharpshooting of Joey Hassett,


The Greatest Games in History the Friars came back to lead by 13 at the half. Bruce Campbell and Gary Bello controlled the second half, thwarting a late Tiger run and PC was in its first NIT final since the 1963 Championship. PROVIDENCE 82 - MICHIGAN 81 (2OT) Dec. 29, 1976 One of the greatest games in Providence College basketball history. Michigan was ranked Number One, had an Olympic Gold Medalist in Phil Hubbard and an All-American in Ricky Green. Bob Cooper blocked five shots in the first four minutes as the Friars hung tough but the Wolverines proved tougher as they went up seven in the second half. Bruce Campbell (25 points) and Joe Hassett (21 points) sparked a 14-4 run and the game went into an extra session. Bob Misevicius hit a jumper at the end of the first OT to send it into a second overtime. With time running out, Campbell threw a perfect pass to - who else - Misevicius who banked in a 12-footer to give Providence its first upset of the number one team in the country. PROVIDENCE 61 - NORTH CAROLINA 59 Feb. 12, 1978 This one was pure Dave Gavitt. The seventhranked North Carolina Tar Heels somehow got permission to land their plane at T.F. Green Airport which was closed due to the great blizzard of ‘78 which paralyzed the entire state. And even though the roads in Providence were closed, over 7000 fans walked to the Civic Center to see the Tar Heels battle the 20th ranked Friars on national TV. Carolina great Phil Ford and Mike O’Koren set up the four corners offense with 3:30 left and the Heels up 58-52. But PC rallied to tie on David Frye’s three-point play and later went ahead on a Billy Eason 12-footer with 21 seconds left. When Ford’s jumper rolled out, the Friars had a monumental upset. PROVIDENCE 84 - RHODE ISLAND 77 Feb. 17, 1979 After twenty years when PC’s overall record was among the top five in the country, the program experienced difficult times in Dave Gavitt’s final year as coach. A month earlier, Sly Williams and Rhode Island embarrassed the Friars 86-42 in the worst defeat of the modern era. It would take a miracle to beat the powerful Rams. The miracle came just before the half when Rudy Williams tossed in an NCAA record 89-foot shot. The momentum carried PC to a win in Gavitt’s last game in the Providence Civic Center.

to tie it at 82 on a 20-footer by Donovan. When Austin Peay missed the front end of a one-andone with two seconds left it was overtime and no doubt that Cinderella was on her way to the Ball. PROVIDENCE 87 at SYRACUSE 86 Jan. 20, 1990 Twenty-one games over the 10 years of BIG EAST play. That’s how long Syracuse had dominated Providence. Fifth-ranked Syracuse raced to a 10-point lead early before Carlton Screen brought the Friars to a tie at 32. Screen, who had 16 assists, Abdul Shamsid-Deen (12 points and 11 rebounds) and Eric Murdock (25 points) pushed the Friar lead to six in the second half with 10 minutes left. A furious Syracuse rally and Friar collapse gave the home team a seven point lead with three minutes left. But PC clawed back and when Murdock hit a jumper at the foul line with seconds left, PC had its first-ever defeat of Syracuse in BIG EAST play. PROVIDENCE 69 - CONNECTICUT 67 BIG EAST Tournament Mar. 12, 1994 This one was as good as it gets. In a nationally televised game, Connecticut came in ranked second nationally and virtually assured a Number 1 NCAA seed. Rob Phelps (10-11 field goals, 23 points) and the Friars had other plans. The scene was set seven games previously when the Friars had a 12-9 record and needed six straight to be assured an NCAA bid. After six consecutive wins, the bid assured, the Friars thumped Connecticut, with Dickey Simpkins (20 points) stopping Connecticut’s Player of the Year candidate, Donyell Marshall. It made the next day’s game against Georgetown anti-climatic but the win over the Hoyas gave PC its first-ever BIG EAST title. PROVIDENCE 81 - MARQUETTE 59 NCAA First Round Mar. 14, 1997 The Friars hadn’t won an NCAA Tournament game since 1987 and were 0-for-4 in their most recent trips to the tournament. Austin Croshere took it upon himself to end that string as he scored 20 first half points, including a 75-foot buzzer beater to give PC a 50-32 halftime lead. In the second half the Friars tightened the clamps on the Golden Eagles holding Marquette to 27 points while Croshere finished with a career high 39 points in an 81-59 PC victory. Derrick Brown added 13 and Jamel Thomas had 11 as the Friars advanced in the tournament for the first time since 1987.

PROVIDENCE 82 - GEORGETOWN 79 Jan. 28, 1987 Before Rick Pitino, PC was one of the doormats of the BIG EAST. Georgetown came to Providence with its usual lofty ranking and hot off a defeat of unbeaten DePaul. The Friars were 14-3 and had won five straight. And despite Reggie Williams’ 33 points, the Billy DonovanDavid Kipfer-Delray Brooks led Friars hung tough enough and smart enough to get the ball to Ernie “Pop” Lewis who hit the final three shots of the game - all three pointers. And when Lewis hit the gamewinner off a Donovan pass, PC had arrived in The BIG EAST.

PROVIDENCE 98 - DUKE 87 NCAA Second Round Mar. 16, 1997 The second round of the NCAA tournament pitted the Friars against the legends. Derrick Brown was unstoppable with a career high 33 points in the 98-87 win. PC trailed 46-42 at the half, but with a quick, small lineup in the game, Gillen’s Gang put the pressure on. Duke’s guards couldn’t stop God Shammgod from penetrating as he scored 12 and dished off nine assists. Brown and Austin Croshere controlled the boards. Croshere added 21 points and Jamel Thomas had 17 to help send Providence to the Sweet 16. The win was the Friars’ first ever against Duke.

PROVIDENCE 90 - AUSTIN PEAY 87 (OT) NCAA Mar. 14, 1987 Cinderella in black sneakers. The Friars were down ten with 5:50 left and playing poorly. One timeout later, PC and Billy Donovan were on a tear, scoring 12 of the next 14 points, the last

PROVIDENCE 103 - GEORGETOWN 79 Feb. 10, 2001 In the 22-year history of the BIG EAST Conference, nobody had ever pushed the mighty Hoyas of Georgetown around like this. No one had ever scored over 100 points against

Georgetown in league play, and no one had ever defeated them by 24 points. But on a cold February evening, the Friars came out piping hot, and rained three pointer after three pointer on the stunned, 12th-ranked Hoyas. The Friars hit 9 of 12 threes in the first half (14 of 19 for the game) on the way to an incredible 61-35 halftime lead. The 61 points established a league record for most points in the first half at the time. Georgetown never got the lead below 22 points in the second half, as Karim Shabazz led six Friars in double figures, with 22 points and 11 rebounds. PROVIDENCE 66 - CONNECTICUT 56 Jan. 24, 2004 The underdog Friars rolled into Hartford and upset fourth-ranked Connecticut, 66-56. For the Friars, it marked the first time ever that they defeated a top-four opponent on the road. With the win, the Friars earned their first victory at the Hartford Civic Center since January 19, 1991. The win also ended the Huskies’ 19-game winning streak at the Hartford Civic Center and was the eventual national champions only defeat at home in 2003-04. The Friars committed just six turnovers in the win. Waterbury, Connecticut native Ryan Gomes led the Friars with 26 points and 12 rebounds. In the second half, UConn took a 50-48 lead with 8:24 to play, but Sheiku Kabba quickly put the Friars ahead when he nailed the first of his two three pointers in a two-minute span. PROVIDENCE 81 - PITTSBURGH 73 Feb. 24, 2009 It took 33 years, but for only the second time in Providence College basketball history, the Friars knocked off the number one ranked team in the nation, as PC hammered the Pitt Panthers, 81-73. Unlike the Michigan game, which was a backand-forth affair, PC took control early, building a 44-26 halftime lead before an emotional crowd on Senior Night. PC’s second half lead peaked at 20 points before Pitt narrowed the gap to 75-70 with under a minute left, behind a furious rush. Five free throws, three by Weyinmi Efejuku and two by Brian McKenzie, sealed the win, as fans stormed the court in a wild celebration. PC contained Pittsburgh’s star, DeJuan Blair, who eventually fouled out, while five Friars scored in double figures, led by Efejuku, with 16 points, Sharaud Curry with 15, Jonathan Kale with 13, Geoff McDermott with 11 and Randall Hanke with 10 points. PROVIDENCE 65 - CREIGHTON 58 BIG EAST Tournament Championship Mar. 15, 2014 On March 15, 2014, Friar fans packed into Madison Square Garden as it had been 20 years since they last had the opportunity to watch their team play for the BIG EAST Championship. The Friar faithful did not leave disappointed as they watched their team capture the BIG EAST title with a 65-58 upset over three-time All-American Doug McDermott and the No. 14 Creighton Blue Jays. The Friars held the prolific Creighton offense to just 17 points in the first half as they had a 26-17 lead after 20 minutes of action. With 1:17 remaining in the game, Creighton got within two points (58-56), but the Friars got a key basket from All-Tournament team member LaDontae Henton and then PC made its free-throws to earn the win. Bryce Cotton led the Friars with 23 points and was named Tournament’s Most Outstanding Player.

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The Greatest Names in History MARVIN

BARNES

A Providence, Rhode Island native and clearly the greatest center and most talented frontcourt player in PC history, Barnes was the center of the Friar offense and team MVP in 1973 and 1974. The 1974 NCAA national rebounding champion, he was a consensus First Team All-America, Eastern Player of the Year and Most Valuable Player in both the Aloha Classic and East-West All-Star games. Barnes was the second pick in the 1974 draft who later became the Rookie of the Year in the ABA where he played for two seasons. He moved on to the NBA for four seasons. Barnes was named to the ECAC AllDecade team for the 1970’s. He still holds Providence game, season and career records for rebounds and blocks. YEAR 1972 1973 1974 Totals

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ALLEN

YEAR 1931 1932 1933 1934 Totals

FG-FGA PCT 236- 462 .511 237- 436 .545 297- 596 .498 770-1494 .515

FT-FTA 112-173 75-109 112-164 299-446

PCT .647 .688 .682 .670

REB PTS-AVG 424 584-21.6 571 549-18.3 597 706-22.1 1592 1839-20.7

BRACHEN

A two-time All-American (Second Team as a sophomore and junior) Brachen was the Friars’ most dominant player in the 1930’s. A great defender who played at the guard and forward slots, he is still the only player to lead Providence in scoring four years, and his career points total stood as a Providence record for seventeen years.

G 19 24 16 16 75

MARSHON

FG 77 87 85 66 315

FT 26 52 38 27 143

BROOKS

PTS-AVG 180- 9.5 226- 9.4 208-13.0 159- 9.9 773-10.3

As a senior, Marshon Brooks had one of the greatest offensive seasons in the history of the BIG EAST. Brooks broke the BIG EAST single-game scoring mark and tied the PC single-game mark when he recorded 52 points on 20-28 shooting against No. 9 Notre Dame on February 23, 2011. His 20 field goals against Notre Dame set a BIG EAST record for the most field goals in a game. He also established the BIG EAST single-season scoring mark with 468 points in 18 league games. Brooks set these records while leading the league in scoring in overall action (24.6 ppg) and in league action (26.0 ppg). His 24.6 ppg average ranked second in the nation. He was the only player in the country to average more than 24.0 points and 7.0 rebounds per game. Brooks earned numerous post-season awards, including First Team All-BIG EAST and Associated Press Third Team All-America honors. He scored 788 points in 2011, which ranks third all-time at PC. He ranks

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ninth all-time in scoring at PC as he finished with 1,629 career points. Brooks became the 10th Friar all-time selected in the first round of the NBA Draft when he was picked in the 25th spot by the Boston Celtics. YEAR G 2008 18 2009 32 2010 31 2011 32 Totals 113

FG-FGA PCT 21- 55 .382 122-279 .437 168-360 .467 276-572 .483 587-1265 .464

BRUCE “SOUP”

FT-FTA PCT 15- 21 .714 54- 79 .674 59- 83 .711 169-219 .722 297-402 .739

REB PTS-AVG 17 62- 3.4 115 338-10.6 129 441-14.2 225 788-24.6 486 1629-14.4

CAMPBELL

New Haven, Connecticut native Bruce Campbell still ranks as the all-time leading assists maker for forwards at Providence. The most mobile big man and certainly the most versatile frontcourt player in Friar history, Campbell was a smooth-shooting and pinpoint passing southpaw who earned Honorable Mention All-America honors in 1976 to go with his team MVP Award. “Soup” Campbell registered the assist on Bob Misevicius’ gamewinning basket in PC’s upset of Michigan in 1976. YEAR 1975 1976 1977 1978 Totals

G 30 32 29 31 122

BRYCE

FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT 133- 283 .470 64- 84 .762 206- 391 .527 96-123 .780 184- 373 .493 64- 91 .703 203- 428 .474 133-180 .739 726-1475 .492 357-478 .746

REB PTS-AVG 202 330-11.0 272 504-15.8 234 432-14.9 241 539-17.4 949 1809-14.8

COTTON

Although not heavily recruited out of high school, Bryce Cotton left his mark on Friartown. In his final two seasons, Cotton helped bring the Friars to the NIT (2013) and NCAA Tournament (2014). In his junior season, Cotton earned All-BIG EAST First-Team honors. He was the league scoring leader (18.3 points BIG EAST, 19.7 overall) in 2013. As a senior he did everything for the Friars, leading the team to its first BIG EAST title since 1994 and its first appearance in the NCAA Tournament since 2004. He led the BIG EAST in assists (6.1 apg) and ranked second in the league in scoring (21.8 ppg, 23.4 ppg BIG EAST play). Cotton led the nation in minutes played (39.9 mpg). He established the team record for minutes played in a season at 1,398. He finished his career ranked fourth all-time in scoring at PC (1,975 points). In addition to earning Associated Press Honorable Mention All-America accolades in 2014, Cotton also was named BIG EAST Tournament Most Outstanding Player, First Team All-BIG EAST and a Lute Olson All-American.

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G 31 32 32 35 130

FG-FGA PCT 41-106 .387 145- 351 .413 195- 446 .437 230- 549 .419 611-1452 .421

FT-FTA PCT 29- 37 .784 90-101 .891 142-178 .798 226-265 .853 487-581 .838

REB PTS-AVG 48 125- 4.0 81 457-14.3 115 630-19.7 124 763-21.8 368 1975-15.2

AUSTIN

CROSHERE

No mention of great PC frontcourt players would be complete without this 6-9 standout from Crossroads School in California. Croshere gave notice of his potential in the Big East Tournament as a sophomore, and then established himself as a Third Team All-Big East player as a junior and a First Team player as a senior. Able to take the ball down low and post up, as well as step out and hit the three pointer, few players worked harder at improving than did Austin. Croshere led the team in scoring as a junior and senior and ranks tenth in career scoring with 1523 points. An excellent free throw shooter, he set a league and school record with 57 freebies in a row, and sparked PC to an NCAA Elite Eight run as a senior, scoring a careerhigh 39 points against Marquette in the first round. Austin was a lottery draft choice in 1997, and is currently enjoying a successful pro career with Dallas after nine seasons with Indiana. YEAR 1994 1995 1996 1997 Totals

G 25 30 30 36 121

FG-FGA PCT 38- 95 .400 106- 231 .459 151- 359 .421 200- 440 .455 495-1125 .440

J. VINCENT

FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG 29- 40 .725 55 115- 4.6 66- 85 .776 147 307-10.2 109-128 .852 173 458-15.3 182-205 .888 270 643-17.9 386-458 .843 645 1523-12.6

CUDDY

To limit the contribution of Vin Cuddy to the six-season stint as head coach from 1949-1955 would be to grossly underestimate everything he meant to PC basketball and the PC athletics department. On the bench, he helped PC to four national tournaments and coached the Friars to their first game over the century mark. He developed two of PC’s all-time best players - Jim Schlimm and Bob Moran. Cuddy also served as PC’s freshman baseball coach, sports information director, business manager, and associate director of athletics in his 32 years in the athletic department. One of the most beloved figures in PC history, he is a member of the PC Hall of Fame.

ERNIE

DiGREGORIO

What Jimmy Walker was to Joe Mullaney and the great teams of the 1960’s, Ernie DiGregorio was to Dave Gavitt and the team’s of the 1970’s. Homegrown in the shadow of Alumni Hall, Ernie D not only defined the running Friar tradition but helped revolutionize college basketball’s fast break offense. A wizard with the basketball as a ballhandler and passer, DiGregorio helped usher in the age of the Providence Civic Center. It was his behind-theback passes and three consecutive team MVP awards that packed the downtown arena. Still the all-time assists leader and one of the top scorers in PC history, he was a consensus All-America and Lapchick Award winner as the nation’s outstanding senior. He was the NCAA East Regional MVP and the only Providence player to make the NCAA Final Four


The Greatest Names in History All-Tournament team. The third pick in the 1973 NBA draft, he went on to be the NBA’s Rookie of the Year. He played for the Buffalo Braves for four seasons before a season with the Los Angeles Lakers and the Boston Celtics. The ECAC named him Eastern Player of the Decade for the 1970’s. YEAR 1971 1972 1973 Totals

G 28 27 31 86

BILLY

FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG 217- 451 .451 88-106 .830 112 522-18.6 192- 440 .436 93-116 .801 81 477-17.7 348- 728 .478 65- 81 .802 99 761-24.6 757-1619 .467 246-303 .811 292 1780-20.5

DONOVAN

Providence College basketball had reached its lowest ebb in the modern era when fate crossed the rising stars of Rick Pitino and Billy Donovan. A player who watched more basketball than he played in his first two seasons, Donovan caught the Pitino fire and blazed a two-year path that almost brought the NCAA Championship trophy to Providence. A two-time team MVP, Donovan saved his best for last. With the advent of the three-pointer came opportunity for the underdeveloped and undersized point guard to shine. His senior year, Donovan led the Friars to a fourth place BIG EAST finish, the best ever, and a magic carpet ride to the NCAA Final Four. He was the Southeast Regional MVP and a Honorable Mention All-American. He played 44 games for the New York Knicks. YEAR 1984 1985 1986 1987 Totals

G FG-FGA 28 25- 68 29 41- 87 31 183- 358 34 203- 467 122 452-980

JOHN

PCT .368 .456 .511 .435 .461

FT-FTA 15- 21 10- 15 103- 130 199- 236 327-402

PCT REB PTS-AVG .714 23 65- 2.3 .667 16 92- 3.2 .792 49 469-15.1 .843 102 702-20.6 .813 190 1328-10.9

EGAN

The best high school player in New England, John Egan was the first big-name recruit to come to Providence when recruiting became synonymous with college basketball. Under Joe Mullaney, Egan split time between shooting and point guard. He made the NIT All-Tournament team in 1959 and repeated that honor while helping the Friars to the Championship in 1961. He was a Second Team All-American as a senior. His 39 points against Villanova set the single game record at the time. Egan was the 12th pick in the NBA draft in 1961. He enjoyed 11 seasons in the NBA, third only to Lenny Wilkens’ 15 and Otis Thorpe’s 16 among PC players. YEAR 1959 1960 1961 Totals

G 24 27 29 80

VINNIE

FG-FGA PCT 181- 418 .433 147- 357 .412 221- 510 .433 549-1285 .427

FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG 140- 170 .824 63 502-20.9 90- 112 .804 66 384-14.2 106- 129 .822 71 548-18.8 336- 411 .818 200 1434-17.9

ERNST

A 5-8 fan favorite from New Jersey, Vinnie Ernst was the greatest point guard ever by the time he graduated from PC in 1963. If it wasn’t for the likes of Ernie DiGregorio, he might still hold that lofty position. An excellent ballhandler

and passer, it was the flashy Ernst who directed the Friar attack in the 1961 and 1963 NIT championship seasons. In fact, he was the NIT Most Valuable Player while only a sophomore. He went on to be an Honorable Mention All-American and a UPI “Small Player” First Team All-American who played on the USA’s World Championship team in 1963. He graduated as the all-time assists leader at Providence. Any hope of a professional career ended with a knee injury in the Boston Celtics preseason camp. YEAR 1961 1962 1963 Totals

G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA 29 109- 276 .395 67- 80 26 101- 259 .390 100- 125 28 106- 251 .422 112- 148 83 316-786 .402 279-353

RAY

FLYNN

PCT REB PTS-AVG .838 115 285- 9.8 .800 103 302-11.6 .757 110 324-11.6 .790 328 911-11.0

Ray Flynn brought one part physical talent and nine parts toughness and a Southie work ethic from South Boston when he matriculated to Providence College. That toughness and hard work helped him develop into one of the great stories in Eastern basketball lore. An All-East player as a junior he repeated that honor as a senior when he was also an Academic All-America and the NIT Most Valuable Player. An old-fashioned “gym rat”, Flynn is well-noted for sneaking into the old Madison Square Garden the night before the 1963 Championship game to shoot a couple hundred shots. His hard work paid off– Flynn is still recognized as one of the all-time best long range jump shooters in PC history. In 1988, the NCAA named Flynn to the Silver Anniversary team.

YEAR 1961 1962 1963 Totals

G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG 28 75- 187 .401 13- 17 .765 38 163- 5.8 26 148- 328 .451 37- 49 .755 79 333-12.8 28 239- 481 .497 51- 64 .797 68 529-18.9 82 462-996 .464 101-130 .777 185 1025-12.5

DAVE

GAVITT

Dave Gavitt led Providence College and Eastern basketball into the modern age. In ten seasons, Gavitt led the Friars to 209 wins, including eight consecutive 20-win seasons, five NCAA appearances, three NIT appearances and five New England Coach of the Year trophies. He guided PC to 23 wins over Top 20 teams including a stunning double-overtime upset of top ranked Michigan - PC’s greatest win ever. His 1973 team made it all the way to the NCAA Final Four. In 1971, Gavitt was named Director of Athletics at Providence College, a position he held until 1982 when he resigned to be the director of The BIG EAST Conference. After leading the BIG EAST to national prominence, Gavitt later served as President of the Boston Celtics. His most cherished honor was being named

the 1980 United States Olympic Basketball Coach. Gavitt was elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2006.

RYAN

GOMES

Ryan Gomes had a remarkable career as a Friar. Gomes graduated from Providence as the Friars’ all-time leading scorer with 2,138 points and ranks fifth all-time in rebounding with 1,028 boards. In his senior campaign, Gomes led the BIG EAST in scoring with 21.6 ppg and finished fifth in the conference in rebounding (8.2 rpg). For his efforts he earned his second consecutive All-BIG EAST First Team accolade. He also was named an Associated Press Honorable Mention AllAmerican. As a junior in 2004, Gomes led the Friars to a 20-9 record and an NCAA berth. He averaged 18.9 ppg and 9.4 rebounds while shooting over 50 percent from the floor. Along with his selection to the All-BIG EAST First Team, he earned nine All-America honors, including First Team All-America accolades by both the Associated Press and The Sporting News. He was drafted by the Boston Celtics and is enjoying a successful pro career. YEAR 2002 2003 2004 2005 Totals

G 24 32 29 31 116

FG-FGA 132- 236 213- 397 192- 379 247- 498 784-1510

PCT .559 .537 .507 .496 .519

FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG 68- 111 .613 188 332-13.8 163- 194 .840 311 589-18.4 134- 154 .870 274 547-18.9 124- 161 .770 255 670-21.6 489-620 .789 1028 2138-18.4

JIM

HADNOT

Jim Hadnot certainly lived up to his pedigree. One of the nation’s top schoolboy basketball players, he was the first big-name big man to come to Providence College. Hadnot was a two-year Honorable Mention All-America selection and a three-time All-New England choice. He helped the 1961 team to the NIT Championship. Hadnot graduated as the school’s all-time leading scorer and rebounder. The 6-10 Hadnot was an adept shot blocker and is one of only four Friars with over 1000 career rebounds. “Jumbo Jim” ranked seventh in the nation in rebounding as a sophomore, and fifth in the country as a junior. Just the third PC player drafted by the NBA, Hadnot was the 25th pick in the 1962 draft but played only in the ABA. YEAR 1960 1961 1962 Total

G 29 29 26 84

FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG 170- 334 .509 89- 154 .578 473 429-14.8 214- 430 .498 133- 220 .605 475 561-19.3 198- 357 .555 81- 122 .664 351 477-18.3 582-1121 .519 303-496 .611 1299 1467-17.5

JOE

HASSETT

The tradition of great Rhode Island players to “stay home” began with Ernie DiGregorio and ended with Joe Hassett in one swift but successful eight-year term. While Ernie D. was pinpointing passes in the Civic Center, Hassett was nailing long-range shots from every high school gym in Rhode Island. Nicknamed “Sonar” for his incredible range, he was an Honorable Mention All-American by his junior year and a Third Team member as a senior. He played for the United States team in the Pan American Games and later in the East-West

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The Greatest Names in History All-Star Game. Probably the greatest shooter ever at Providence, Hassett was a third round draft choice of the Seattle Supersonics and enjoyed a six-year career in the NBA, including the 1979 World Championship.

YEAR 2004 2005 2006 2007 Totals

G 11 30 27 31 99

JOHN

YEAR 1974 1975 1976 1977 Totals

G 32 31 32 29 124

FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG 108- 223 .488 14- 16 .875 50 230- 7.2 244- 486 .502 22- 30 .733 64 510-16.5 248- 514 .482 48- 57 .842 93 544-17.0 240- 480 .500 64- 68 .941 92 544-18.8 840-1703 .493 148-171 .865 299 1828-14.7

LADONTE

HENTON

LaDontae Henton was Coach Ed Cooley’s first recruit in 2011. Henton led the Friars to three post-season berths (1 NIT, 2 NCAAs) and one BIG EAST title (2014) in his four seasons at PC. Henton’s 669 points scored in 2015 ranks 10th-best all-time. He became the second Friar ever to score more than 2,000 points and grab 1,000 rebounds in a career. He ranks second all-time in scoring (2,059 points) and fifth all-time in rebounding (1,054 rebounds). During his senior year, Henton established Providence career records for games played (135), starts (134) and minutes played (4,909). Also as a senior, he was named Associated Press Honorable Mention All-America, First Team All-BIG EAST, United States Basketball Writers Association District 1 Player of The Year and USBWA All-District 1 Team. Henton led the league in scoring in overall action (19.7 ppg) and he led in conference play (20.1 ppg.) in 2015. He became the sixth Friar all-time to lead the league in scoring. YEAR 2012 2013 2014 2015

G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG 32 168-370 .454 77-109 .706 274 457-14.3 34 158-392 .403 96-118 .814 282 443-13.0 35 168-377 .446 106-142 .746 276 490-14.0 34 230-516 .446 145-191 .759 222 669-19.7

Totals 135 724-1655 .437 424-560 .757 1054 2059-15.3

HERBERT

HILL

There has rarely been a player at PC that has shown such great improvement from year-to-year as Herbert Hill. The Kinston, N.C. product increased his scoring, field goal percentage and rebounding numbers each of his four seasons, culminating in 2006-07, when Hill averaged 18.1 points and 8.8 rebounds per game. The senior led the BIG EAST in scoring; one of only three Friars to ever accomplish the feat. In addition to earning First Team All-BIG EAST honors, Hill also was named the BIG EAST Most Improved Player, an award no other player in PC history has won. He also received the CollegeHoops.net National Most Improved Player award. Hill was drafted 55th overall in the 2007 NBA Draft.

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FG-FGA PCT 3- 6 .500 68- 118 .576 99- 169 .586 240- 375 .640 410- 668 .614

FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG 5- 8 .625 8 11- 1.0 9- 24 .375 102 145- 4.8 44- 79 .557 130 242- 9.0 80-133 .602 274 544-18.1 148-171 .566 514 958- 9.7

KRIEGER

A two-time Second Team All-American from Patterson, New Jersey, and PC’s second-ever basketball All-American, John Krieger anchored the Friar teams of the late 1920’s and early 1930’s that won two New England championships. Krieger led PC in scoring as a freshman and junior and was second as a sophomore and senior. He was named All-New England his final three seasons. An excellent shooter at the forward slot, Krieger was the school’s all-time leading scorer when he graduated with 742 points. YEAR G 1928 16 1929 20 1930 18 1931 19 Totals 73

JOHN

FG FT PTS-AVG 52 55 159- 9.9 74 64 212-10.6 72 48 192-10.7 66 47 179- 9.4 264 214 742-10.2

LINEHAN

John Linehan arrived at PC as a virtual unknown in 1997 and left with the NCAA career steals record. In between, Linehan proved that heart and desire could overcome any shortcomings as the 5’9” guard terrorized opposing players throughout his career. Possessor of the fastest hands at PC since Lenny Wilkens, the one-man press recorded 139 steals as a senior and 385 in his career, to go along with 990 career points. Twice voted the BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year, John captured the national Defensive Player of the Year Award and earned AP Honorable Mention All-America honors after his senior season.

YEAR 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 Totals

AL

G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG 29 45- 133 .338 49- 54 .907 60 161- 5.6 30 38- 119 .319 47- 59 .797 68 133- 4.4 6 11- 32 .344 3- 3 1.000 18 31- 5.2 26 79- 190 .416 77- 90 .856 63 278-10.7 31 118- 302 .391 97-116 .836 117 387-12.5 122 291- 776 .375 273-322 .848 326 990- 8.1

McCLELLAN

Before there was Joe Mullaney or Dave Gavitt, there was “The General” Al McClellan. For 11 seasons he guided Providence College to the top of New England and Eastern College basketball. The first great coach at PC, McClellan developed four All-Americans to go with as many New England Championships. In 1932, he helped the Friars to 19

wins, a record that wouldn’t be broken for 27 years! McClellan helped upgrade both the schedule and the image of New England basketball as he was the only New England coach willing to bring his team out of the six state region to play other top teams in the East. He still ranks third in all-time victories and second in winning percentage.

TED

McCONNON

One of the greatest shooters of his day and certainly at Providence College, Ted McConnon was the first Friar to score more than 300 points in a season. In fact, he was the first PC player to average more than 15 points per game, a feat he accomplished in both his years at PC. Not only did he break all of AllAmerican Ed Wineapple’s season scoring records, he was also recognized as one of the great scorers in New England basketball history at the time. He still ranks among PC’s leaders for points per game. YEAR 1942 1943 Totals

G 20 12 32

ROBERT “BOB”

20 points per game.

FG 142 83 225

FT 25 14 39

PTS-AVG 309-15.5 180-15.0 489-15.3

MORAN

The greatest scorer in Friar history before the Joe Mullaney years, Bob Moran averaged a whopping 18.1 points per game for his three-season career at PC under Coach Vin Cuddy. He graduated as the school’s leader in points for a season and career. His junior year average of 20.8 points each game marked the first time a Providence player averaged more than

YEAR 1952 1953 1954 Totals

G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG 21 127 125 48 379-18.0 22 158- 446 .354 139- 206 .675 68 455-20.8 26 132 153 417-16.0 69 417 417 1251-18.1

JOE

MULLANEY

If Gordie Holmes’ gamewinning shot against Notre Dame put Providence College basketball “On the Map”, it was his coach, Joe Mullaney, who made PC basketball a tourist attraction. A three-time New England Coach of the Year, Mullaney guided PC to an incredible nine consecutive 20-win seasons and as many post-season tournaments. Along the way, he coached the Friars the Friars to the 1961 and 1963 NIT Championships. His first stint at the helm, from 1955-69, saw him develop six All-Americans and record a 271-94 (.742) mark. He left the college coaching ranks to coach in the NBA and ABA. He was


The Greatest Names in History then, and remains now, a basketball genius who ranks as one of the greatest coaches in any league at any time. In 1981, Mullaney returned to Providence for a four-year stint before moving onto the CBA.

ERIC

MURDOCK

Eric Murdock will long be recognized as one of the most complete and versatile guards in the storied history of PC backcourt greats. The third all-time leading scorer at Providence, he is second among three-point shooters, third in free throws, sixth in assists, second in steals and 29th in rebounding. He is second on the all-time NCAA steals list as well. Murdock’s senior year was a storybook ride through both the record books and the collective imagination of the basketball public. Not chosen to any of the three BIG EAST postseason all-league teams as a junior, Murdock was a First Team All-American, one of the nation’s top scorers, BIG EAST scoring champion, Eastern Player of the Year and the nation’s Most Courageous Player Award winner as a senior. He had 12 30-points-or-more scoring nights (three over 40) and played in the East-West All-Star Game before being the 21st pick in the NBA draft.

YEAR 1988 1989 1990 1991 Totals

G 28 29 28 32 117

RICK

FG-FGA PCT 114- 276 .413 164- 359 .457 147- 351 .419 262- 589 .445 687-1575 .436

FT-FTA PCT 45- 61 .738 99- 130 .762 96- 126 .762 238- 293 .812 478-610 .783

REB PTS-AVG 85 300-10.7 135 471-16.2 116 432-15.4 168 818-25.6 504 2021-17.3

YEAR 1950 1951 1952 Totals

G 23 24 23 70

GOD

SHAMMGOD

Few stars shone as bright as Rick Pitino’s Providence College coaching stint. He took over a PC basketball program that had won just 79 games in the previous seven seasons and turned it into a Cinderella story that was the envy of the college basketball world. In his first year, he led the team to a 17-14 record and an NIT Quarterfinal appearance. In 1987, his Friar team finished fourth in the BIG EAST Conference, PC’s best finish ever, and advanced all the way to the the NCAA Final Four. His use of the new three-point field goal and incredible full-court pressure and frenzy brought a band of overachievers to the brink of a national championship. He was named the National Coach of the Year for his efforts. Pitino left to coach the New York Knicks following the season, and is currently coach of the University of Louisville in the BIG EAST Conference.

SCHLIMM

“Slim” Jim Schlimm was a 6-3 center from St. Mary’s in Pennsylvania, who was also the first big scorer for Coach Vin Cuddy. Schlimm became the first Friar to top 1000 points in a career, scoring on a variety of hook shots against taller opponents. In his junior year, PC won the NAIB New England Tourna-

FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG 144- 192 .493 69- 99 .697 357-15.5 152 72 376-15.7 141 63 158 345-15.0 437 204 1078-15.4

God Shammgod arrived at Providence College as one of the top recruits in the country and with one of the most distinctive names in the history of college basketball. In two seasons as a Friar, Shammgod helped lead the Friars to a berth in the NIT (1996) and a trip to the NCAA Elite Eight (1997). He registered 428 assists in 65 career games. His 6.58 assists per game for his career ranks third all-time at PC. As a sophomore in 1997, he recorded 239 assists, which still ranks as the sixth highest single-season mark. Also in his sophomore season, the crafty point guard led the Friars to the Elite Eight where he recorded 23 points and added five assists as the squad nearly upset eventual national champion Arizona before falling in overtime, 96-92. Shammgod was selected in the second round of the 1997 NBA Draft in the 45th spot by the Washington Wizards. Shammgod returned to Providence College to earn his bachelor’s degree in 2012 and graduated in 2015.

YEAR 1996 1997

G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB 29 81-241 .336 98-142 .690 50 36 127-288 .441 125-188 .665 81

Totals 65

PITINO

JAMES

ment and traveled to Kansas City for the nationals. A mainstay for PC’s first postseason tournament teams, Schlimm captained the Friars as a senior.

208-529 .393

ROBERT J.

223-330 .676

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PTS-AVG 279- 9.6 390-10.8 669-10.3

SLAVIN, O.P.

He never scored a point, never coached a win and never suited up for that matter, but if there is a visionary of the success that PC basketball enjoys it would be Father Robert Slavin, who served Providence College as its sixth President. Father Slavin’s tenure from 1947-61 played witness to the greatest growth period of Friar basketball. Father Slavin was greatly impressed with the Catholic colleges in Philadelphia and with the success of their basketball programs. He had a vision of Providence College having a basketball program recognized on a national level. While his support was both enthusiastic and constant, his greatest contributions were in building Alumni Hall, thus giving the Friars a gymnasium on campus, and hiring Joe Mullaney.

MICHAEL

SMITH

One of the most-loved Friars to ever don the Black and White and the school’s greatest power forward ever, Michael Smith was the first player ever to win three consecutive BIG EAST rebounding titles. He finished his Providence career as just the fourth player to score 1000 points and grab 1000 rebounds. And, like the three before him (Marvin Barnes, Jim Hadnot,

and John Thompson) he did it the old-fashioned way - in three years. Smith’s name dots the record books. He set records for BIG EAST career rebound average (11.67); PC career field goal percentage by a forward (.554); and PC career rebounds by a forward (1038). He led the Friars to their first-ever BIG EAST Tournament Championship where he was named Most Outstanding Player. YEAR 1992 1993 1994 Totals

G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG 31 108- 218 .495 117- 202 .579 319 333-10.7 33 135- 243 .556 119- 218 .546 375 389-11.8 30 144- 238 .605 100- 140 .714 344 388-12.9 94 387-699 .554 336-560 .600 1038 1110-11.8

KEVIN

STACOM

Listing Kevin Stacom as Ernie DiGregorio’s backcourt mate unfairly undervalues the career of one of PC’s greatest guards. A transfer from the school that gave the Friars Joe Mullaney (Holy Cross), Stacom was a twotime team Defensive Player of the Year. He was also one of the most consistent and effective shooters ever at PC, netting a .527 career field goal percentage, tops among guards. He was a Second Team All-American as a senior who played in the 1973 World University Games. He took over the Friar offense as a senior after DiGregorio graduated. Stacom was a second round draft choice of the Boston Celtics who played five full seasons in the NBA and part of a sixth. YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA 1973 31 238- 431 .552 75- 87 1974 32 263- 520 .506 66- 82 Totals 63 501-951 .527 141-169

JAMEL

PCT .862 .805 .834

REB PTS-AVG 121 551-17.8 100 592-18.5 221 1143-18.1

THOMAS

Jamel Thomas arrived at Providence as one of the lesser known recruits in a class that included God Shammgod, Derrick Brown and Ruben Garces, but by the time he left, he was the Friars’ third leading all-time scorer. Thomas was a major cog as a sophomore on the Friar team that raced to the Elite Eight, and his corner jumper against Arizona in the Regional finals sent the game into overtime. Thomas earned Second Team All-BIG EAST honors as a junior, and then moved up to First Team honors as a senior. In his final season, Thomas carried the Friars, averaging 22 points, with a career-high 38 points in an overtime win at Villanova. The athletic swingman played parts of two seasons in the NBA.

YEAR 1996 1997 1998 1999 Totals

G 29 36 29 30 124

FG-FGA PCT 105- 232 .453 187- 429 .436 163- 455 .358 225- 532 .423 680-1648 .413

FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG 36- 58 .621 132 270- 9.3 65- 96 .677 184 504-14.0 156- 200 .780 200 536-18.5 153- 203 .754 217 661-22.0 410-557 .736 733 1971-15.9

THOMPSON

JOHN He might be better known as the 1988 United States Olympic Team coach or the former Georgetown University basketball coach but John Thompson began his career in college basketball environs at Providence College. A nationally-recruited 105


The Greatest Names in History big man and tremendous inside scorer, Thompson’s announcement to attend PC was a major coup for Joe Mullaney. Thompson not only established the single season scoring mark (26.2 points per game) but also smashed the career scoring record as well. A First Team All-American who played in the East-West All-Star game, Thompson is still among the top ten in scoring average, field goal percentage and rebounding at PC. Thompson ranks among the very best players ever at Providence College. He was a third round draft choice of the Boston Celtics. Thompson was elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1999. YEAR 1962 1963 1964 Totals

G 25 28 26 79

FG-FGA PCT 116- 263 .441 208- 395 .527 260- 442 .588 584-1100 .531

FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG 78- 119 .655 291 310-12.4 113- 185 .611 392 529-18.9 161 -242 .665 378 681-26.2 352-546 .645 1061 1520-19.2

OTIS

THORPE

It had been eight seasons since PC had enjoyed the services of an AllAmerica big man and Friar basketball was at one of its all-time lows. Otis Thorpe was the bright spot in the dark, early years of Providence College and its membership in the BIG EAST Conference. A powerful rebounder, Thorpe was a two-time team MVP who owns season and career records for field goal percentage. He still ranks seventh on the all-time rebounding list at Providence and was the first player since Marvin Barnes to average over 10 rebounds per game in a season. A two-time Honorable Mention All-America selection, Thorpe was PC’s first First Team All-BIG EAST player. He was the ninth pick in the NBA draft by the Kansas City Kings and enjoyed a tremendous professional career.

YEAR 1981 1982 1983 1984 Totals

G 26 27 31 29 113

JIMMY

FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG 100- 194 .515 50- 76 .657 137 250- 9.6 153- 283 .540 74- 115 .643 216 380-14.1 204- 321 .635 91- 138 .659 249 499-16.1 167- 288 .580 162- 248 .653 300 496-17.1 624-1086 .575 377-577 .653 902 1625-14.4

WALKER

There’s little doubt that Jimmy Walker is the greatest player ever at Providence College. Still the second all-time leading scorer with 2045 points in just three seasons, all before the advent of the three-point field goal, Walker was a three-time All-American who was considered the second coming of Oscar Robertson. Physically strong and tremendously gifted, Walker turned the point guard position into a deadly scoring weapon for the Friars in the middle 1960’s. Along the way he set scoring records for single game, season and career. In 1967 he became the only Friar to average over 30 points a game in leading the NATION in scoring. Walker was PC’s and New England basketball’s only Number One draft choice of

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the NBA. He played nine seasons of professional basketball, averaging 16.7 points per game for his career. YEAR 1965 1966 1967 Totals

G 26 27 28 81

FG-FGA PCT 211- 444 .475 248- 488 .508 323- 659 .492 782-1591 .492

LENNY

FT-FTA PCT REB 110- 143 .767 158 166- 215 .772 182 205- 256 .801 169 481-614 .783 509

PTS-AVG 532-20.5 662-24.5 851-30.4 2045-25.2

WILKENS

An unknown coming out of high school who played in the formidable shadow of John Egan at Providence College, Lenny Wilkens was a smooth ball handler who was probably the finest backcourt defender ever for the Friars. Primarily a point guard, Wilkens was the first of a long line of great players to graduate having played for Joe Mullaney. An All-East selection as a junior, he blossomed into a full court terror in his senior season, averaging 14.2 points, a whopping 7.1 rebounds and a fair number of assists and steals (records were incomplete in those years) who became a consensus All-American and MVP of the NIT and the East-West All-Star game. As great as he was at Providence College, his best basketball was ahead of him. A 15-year NBA player, Wilkens retired in second place on the all-time assists list and was a nine-time NBA All-Star. He has coached in the professional ranks for thirty-three years, winning the World Championship in 1979. He was the first PC player to be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame.

YEAR 1958 1959 1960 Totals

G 24 27 29 80

ERIC

FG-FGA 137- 316 167- 390 157- 362 461-1068

PCT FT-FTA PCT .434 84- 130 .646 .428 89- 144 .618 .434 98- 140 .700 .432 271-414 .655

REB 190 188 205 583

PTS-AVG 358-14.9 423-15.6 412-14.2 1193-14.9

WILLIAMS

Although he only played two seasons for the Friars, Eric Williams left a lasting mark on Providence College basketball. A native of Newark, N.J., Williams transferred to PC his junior season and had an immediate impact, averaging 15.7 points during the 1993-94 season. The consummate “glue guy,” Williams’ leadership and unselfish play helped guide the Friars to the 1994 BIG EAST title, and his 27 points paced the team in its NCAA First Round game against Alabama. During his senior season, Williams averaged 17.7 points and 6.7 rebounds per game and was named to the All-BIG EAST first team. The 14th overall pick in the 1995 draft, Williams played 11 years in the NBA, including seven with the Boston Celtics. YEAR 1994 1995 Totals

G 30 30 60

EDDIE

All-East and All-America player, Wineapple led the Friars to a Number One ranking in New England and a Number Three ranking in the East. He left after just one season to play professionally for the Syracuse Nationals.

FG-FGA 166- 327 184- 445 350-772

PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG .508 138- 209 .660 151 470-15.7 .410 134- 195 .687 201 531-17.7 .453 272-404 .673 352 1001-16.7

WINEAPPLE

It is unusual for a player to be considered one of a school’s all-time greatest players for just one season’s work. But that is exactly what Ed Wineapple did for his spectacular season in 1928-29. A transfer from Syracuse University, Wineapple was the school’s greatest single season scorer ever until Ted McConnon came along in 1941. A First Team All-New England,

YEAR 1929

G 20

FG 114

FT 50

PTS-AVG 278-13.9

Herbert Hill

Ryan Gomes


Award Winners Providence College Athletic Hall of Fame Alaimo, Gerry * Allen, Hector J. ‘29 Amato, Bob ‘63 Army, Tim ‘85 Avedisian, Charles T. ‘41 Baezler, Fredereick J., O.P. Bagge, Dick * Barnes, Marvin ‘74 Barto (Gladu), Jackie ‘84 Begley, Aloysius B., O.P. ‘31 Bellemore, J. Robert ‘66 * Belliveau, Raymond M. ‘38 * Benedict, James ‘66 Bennett, Rick ‘90 Bert, Mrs. Helen Boback, Mike ‘92 * Bobinski, Edward W. ‘38 * Brachen, Allen G. ‘34 Bride, Thomas H. ‘27 Brown, Barry J. ‘66 Brown, Malcolm H. ‘33 Burke, Doris (Sable) ‘87 Burke, Mary ‘87 * Campbell, Bruce ‘78 Carroll, Mark ‘95 * Collins, Frederick J. (Lefty) ‘37 Conaty, Edward P. ‘33 * Croshere, Austin ‘97 + Cuddy, James Vincent Curley, Cindy ‘85 DeCosta, Sara ‘00 Delahunty, Sinead ‘93

* DiGregorio, Ernest A. ‘73 Dillon, Dan ‘80 Doherty, Edward S., Jr. ‘24 * Donovan, Billy ‘87 * Dore, Vincent Cyril, O.P. ‘23 Doyle, Bill ‘68 *+Drew, Lawrence J. ‘46 Duffy, Joseph W. ‘30 Eccleston, Thomas, Jr. * Egan, John F. ‘61 * Ernst, Vincent L. ‘63 Evans, John ‘90 Evans, Shanya ‘91 Farrell, John E. ‘26 Farren, John ‘86 Fitzpatrick, Francis C. ‘37 Flynn, John A. (Jack) * Flynn, Raymond L. ‘63 Foley, Bob Fontanella, Lucie ‘94 Gallagher, Siobhan ‘90 Gaudreau, Rob ‘92 + Gavitt, David R. Granato, Cammi ‘93 Guden, Cathy ‘94 * Hadnot, James W. ‘62 Haggerty, Roger ‘86 * Hagstrom, Alfred (Gus) ‘37 Harrington, Moira ‘95 * Hassett, Joseph ‘77 Heffernan,Grant J. ‘65 Hendricken, Geraldine ‘92 Hill (Finn), Kathy ‘84

U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM 1976 1980 1988 1992 1996

John Thompson (assistant coach) Dave Gavitt (head coach) John Thompson (head coach) Bill Stein (assistant coach) Len Wilkens (assistant coach) Len Wilkens (head coach)

U.S. WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM

1963

1973

1991

U.S. OLYMPIC FESTIVAL 1978 1987 1990 1991 1993 1995

Billy Fields Carlton Screen Michael Smith Dickey Simpkins Michael Brown God Shammgod

UNDER 22-TEAM USA 1996

Austin Croshere

UNDER 18-TEAM USA 2014

Ed Cooley (assistant coach)

UNDER 19-TEAM USA 2015

Ed Cooley (assistant coach)

GOODWILL GAMES 2001

Romuald Augustin (Canada)

WORLD UNIVERSITY GAMES 1973 1995 2001 2003

Marvin Barnes (United States) Kevin Stacom (United States) Austin Croshere (United States) Romuald Augustin (Canada) Christopher Anrin (Sweden) Christopher Anrin (Sweden) Maris Laksa (Latvia)

PARADE ALL-AMERICANS 1957 1959 1960 1963 1980 1984 1990 1995 2012

John Egan (Second Team) Vinnie Ernst (Third Team) John Thompson (Second Team) Steve Sarantopoulas (Fifth Team) Carl Hill (Fourth Team) Delray Brooks (First Team) Michael Smith (Third Team) God Shammgod (Third Team) Kris Dunn

+ * *

*

Ray Flynn

Ernie DiGregorio

USBWA MOST COURAGEOUS PLAYER

UNITED STATES PAN AMERICAN GAMES Vin Ernst Joe Hassett

*

LAPCHICK TROPHY

1991

1963 1975

* *

* Moran, Robert J. ‘54 Morneau, Jeff ‘92 + Mullaney, Joseph A. * Murdock, Eric ‘91 Nahigian, Alex O’Flynn, Richard ‘85 O’Leary, Mary Ann (McCoy) Orlando, Gates ‘84 O’Shea, Michael ‘77 O’Sullivan, Stephanie ‘95 Prisco, Joseph ‘49 Pumple, Richard D. ‘71 Purcell, Seamus ‘89 Quinn, Brendan ‘83 Quinn, Robert G., O.P. Reall, Bob ‘56 * Reilly, Robert F. ‘42 Reynolds, Charles F. ‘42 * Riordan, Michael W. ‘67 * Roberge, Oliver, Jr. ‘34 Ronan, Andy ‘86 Rudolph, Amy ‘95 * St. George, Rev. Raymond ‘50 * Schlimm, James P. ‘52 Schneider, Herman D., O.P. ‘30 Sheady, Lynn ‘80 Sherry, Karl F. ‘37 * Simpkins, Dickey ‘94 Smith, Geoff ‘84 Smith, Leo H. ‘84 * Smith, Michael ‘94 Soar, Albert Henry (Hank) ‘37 * Stacom, Kevin M. ‘74

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA

Vin Ernst Pete Gillen (assistant coach)

1963 1994

*

Howley, Francis Ambrose, O.P. Hurley (Lenahan), Kathleen ‘81 Keith, Andy ‘94 Kelly, Keith ‘01 Kennedy, Daniel J. ‘76 Killian, Robert F. (Cy) ‘50 King, Britt ‘86 Kish, Larry G. ‘64 Kleinendorst, Kurt ‘83 Krawchuk, Karen ‘91 Krieger, Anslem A. (John E.), O.F.M. ‘31 Kutniewski, William J. ‘35 Lamoriello, Louis A. ‘63 Landry, Omer H. ‘36 Larranaga, Jim ‘71 Lis, Tracey ‘92 Louthis, Peter ‘43 Luciani, Cindi ‘90 Lyons, Peter ‘80 Mangum, Andrea ‘90 Marchetti, John ‘71 Matjeka, Deb ‘91 McBridge, Peter F., III ‘70 McCambridge, Maria ‘98 McClellan, Albert (General) McCue, William T. ‘31 McGee, Joseph P. ‘26 McMahon, Marie ‘98 Merloni, Lou ‘93 Mezzanotte, Don ‘60 Moge, William B. ‘38 Moloney, Tina ‘89 Monahan, Ed ‘56

Eric Murdock

STRENGTH COACHES ALL-AMERICA Marques Bragg

NCAA TOURNAMENT 1965 1973 1987 1997

Jimmy Walker East Regional All-Tournament Team Ernie DiGregorio Championship All-Tournament East Regional Most Valuable Player Marvin Barnes East Regional All Tournament Kevin Stacom East Regional All-Tournament Billy Donovan Southeast Regional Most Outstanding Player Darryl Wright Southeast Regional All-Tournament Team Steve Wright Southeast Regional All-Tournament Team God Shammgod Southeast Regional All-Tournament Team Jamel Thomas Southeast Regional All-Tournament Team

* * *

* * * *

*

Sullivan, Barry M. ‘76 Taglianetti, Peter ‘85 Taylor, Joseph B., O.P. Tebbetts, George R. (Birdie) ‘34 Terreri, Chris ‘86 Thompson, John R., Jr. ‘64 Thorpe, Otis ‘84 Treacy, John ‘77 Treacy, Ray ‘82 Tschida, Marshall R. ‘62 Velishek, Randy ‘83 Wage, Linda ‘81 Walsh, Ed ‘88 Walker, Jimmy ‘67 Weinstock, Arthur C. ‘50 Welch, Philip G. ‘75 Wilkens, Leonard R., Jr. ‘60 Williams, Eric ‘95 Wilson, Brad ‘78 Wilson, Randy ‘79 Wilson, Ron ‘77 Zabek, Chester J. ‘42 1995 Women’s Cross Country Team

* - played men’s basketball + - coached men’s basketball

NABC ALL-STAR GAME 1960 1964 1973 1974 1977 1991 1994 2002 2015

Len Wilkens (Co-MVP) John Thompson Ernie DiGregorio Marvin Barnes (MVP) Joe Hassett Eric Murdock Michael Smith John Linehan LaDontae Henton

NCAA STATISTICAL CHAMPIONS 1966 1967 1974 1991 2002 2006 2014

William Blair - Free Throw Percentage (101-112 .902) Jimmy Walker - Scoring (30.4) Marvin Barnes - Rebounding (18.7) Eric Murdock - Career Steals (376) John Linehan - Career Steals (385) Randall Hanke - Field Goal Percentage (149-220 .677) Bryce Cotton - Minutes Played/Gm. (39.9 mpg)

ECAC TEAM OF THE YEAR 1963 Providence 1973 Providence 1974 Providence

NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR 1987

Rick Pitino - Sporting News, John Wooden, NABC

NEW ENGLAND COACH OF THE YEAR

JORDAN BRAND ALL-AMERICAN GAME

1964 1965 1966 1971 1972 1973 1977 1987 1989

RHODES SCHOLAR

COLLEGE INSIDER.COM NATIONAL  DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

ALOHA CLASSIC ALL-STAR GAME 1974 1984 2012 1978

Marvin Barnes (MVP) Otis Thorpe Ricky Ledo Kris Dunn Pat Kehoe

McDONALD’S ALL-AMERICANS 1984 1990 1995 2012

Delray Brooks Michael Smith God Shammgod Kris Dunn

EAST-WEST ALL-AMERICAN GAME 2012

Ricky Ledo

2001 2002

Joe Mullaney Joe Mullaney Joe Mullaney Dave Gavitt Dave Gavitt Dave Gavitt Dave Gavitt Rick Pitino Rick Barnes

John Linehan John Linehan

NCAA SILVER ANNIVERSARY TEAM 1988

Ray Flynn

ECAC ALL-DECADE TEAM 1970s

Marvin Barnes Ernie DiGregorio (Player of the Decade

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Award Winners All-Americans

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1929 Edward Wineapple - Humor Magazine First Team 1930 John Krieger - Humor Magazine Second Team John Krieger - Humor Magazine Second Team 1931 William McCue - Humor Magazine Honorable Mention 1932 Allen Brachen - Humor Magazine Second Team 1933 Allen Brachen - Humor Magazine Second Team 1942 Larry Drew - UPI Honorable Mention John Egan - AP, UPI Honorable Mention 1959 Len Wilkens - AP, UPI, Catholic Hon. Mention 1960 Len Wilkens - Look Magazine, Converse, Citizen Helms, Catholic First Team - AP, UPI Sporting News Second Team John Egan - Citizen Helms Second Team 1961 - AP, UPI Honorable Mention Jim Hadnot - AP, UPI Honorable Mention 1962 Jim Hadnot - AP, UPI Honorable Mention Vin Ernst - UPI Honorable Mention Vin Ernst - UPI Small Player First Team 1963 - AP, UPI Honorable Mention 1964 John Thompson - Converse First Team - AP, UPI, Sporting News, Look Magazine Honorable Mention Jimmy Walker - Basketball News, Citizen Helms 1965 First Team - AP Second Team, NABC Third Team - UPI Honorable Mention 1966 Jimmy Walker - UPI, Sporting News, Look Magazine, Citizen Helms, NABC First Team - AP Second Team Jimmy Walker - AP, UPI, Sporting News, Look 1967 Magazine, Citizen Helms, NABC First Team 1971 Ernie DiGregorio - Catholic First Team Ernie DiGregorio - Catholic First Team 1972 - AP, UPI, Honorable Mention 1973 Ernie DiGregorio - AP, Citizen Helms, Basketball News, Catholic First Team - UPI, Sporting News, Basketball Weekly, NABC Second Team Marvin Barnes - UPI Third Team, NABC Fourth Team - AP, Sporting News, Basketball Weekly Honorable Mention 1974 Marvin Barnes - AP, UPI, Sporting News, Citizen Helms, Converse, Basketball News, NABC First Team Kevin Stacom - Sporting News, Converse Second Team - UPI, Basketball News, Basketball Weekly, NABC Third Team, - AP Honorable Mention 1976 Bruce Campbell - UPI Honorable Mention Joe Hassett - AP Honorable Mention 1977 Joe Hassett - NABC Third Team - AP, UPI Honorable Mention Dwight Williams - AP Honorable Mention 1978 1983 Otis Thorpe - AP Honorable Mention 1984 Otis Thorpe - AP Honorable Mention 1987 Billy Donovan - UPI, Sporting News Honorable Mention 1989 Eric Murdock - Sporting News, Basketball Times Honorable Mention 1990 Carlton Screen - Sporting News Honorable Mention Eric Murdock - Sporting News, Basketball Times Honorable Mention 1991 Eric Murdock - John Wooden, Scripps Howard First Team- AP, UPI, Sporting News, Basketball Times - Basketball Weekly, USBWA Second Team - NABC Third Team 1999 Jamel Thomas - Sporting News Honorable Mention 2001 John Linehan - Basketball Times Third Team 2002 John Linehan - AP Honorable Mention 2004 Ryan Gomes - AP, USBWA, ESPN.com, CBS Sportsline.com, College Insider.com, Sporting News, John Wooden First Team - NABC, Basketball Times Second Team 2005 Ryan Gomes - AP, Rivals.com Honorable Mention 2011 Marshon Brooks - AP Third Team, - FoxSports.com Fourth Team, Lute Olson All-American 2014 Bryce Cotton - AP Honorable Mention - NBCSports.com Second Team, Lute Olson All-American 2015 Kris Dunn - NBCSports.com Second Team

EASTERN PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1967 1973 1974 1991 *Eastern

Jimmy Walker Ernie DiGregorio Marvin Barnes Eric Murdock * Basketball Magazine

EASTERN SOPHOMORE OF THE YEAR 1965 1971

Jimmy Walker Ernie DiGregorio

ALL-EAST 1929 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1971 1972 1973 1974 1976 1977 1978 1984 1987 1989 1991

Edward Wineapple Len Wilkens Len Wilkens John Egan Vin Ernst Ray Flynn Vin Ernst Ray Flynn John Thompson Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker Ernie DiGregorio Ernie DiGregorio Marvin Barnes Ernie DiGregorio Marvin Barnes Kevin Stacom Joe Hassett Joe Hassett Dwight Williams Otis Thorpe Billy Donovan Eric Murdock Eric Murdock

ECAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1973 1974 1997

Ernie DiGregorio Marvin Barnes Austin Croshere

ECAC ALL-STARS 1958 1964 1966 1967 1972 1973 1976 1977 1978 1991 1997 1998 1999 2011

Len Wilkens John Thompson Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker Ernie DiGregorio Marvin Barnes Ernie DiGregorio Joe Hassett Joe Hassett Dwight Williams Eric Murdock Austin Croshere Jamel Thomas Jamel Thomas Marshon Brooks

1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1982 1983 1984 1986 1987 1988 1989

1990 1991 1993 1994 1997 1998 1999 2001

Jimmy Walker - First Team Mike Riordan - Second Team Jim Benedict - Third Team Jimmy Walker - First Team Mike Riordan - Second Team Al Hayes - First Team Jim Larranaga - First Team Jim Larranaga - Third Team Ernie DiGregorio - First Team Jim Larranaga - Third Team Marvin Barnes - First Team Ernie DiGregorio - First Team Marvin Barnes - First Team Ernie DiGregorio - First Team Kevin Stacom - Second Team Marvin Barnes - First Team Kevin Stacom - First Team Joe Hassett - First Team Bruce Campbell - First Team Joe Hassett - First Team Joe Hassett - First Team Bruce Campbell - Second Team Bob Cooper - Second Team Dwight Williams - First Team Bruce Campbell - Second Team Bob Misevicious - Third Team Rudy Williams - Third Team Rudy William - Second Team Otis Thorpe - First Team Otis Thorpe - Second Team Otis Thorpe - First Team Billy Donovan - Second Team Billy Donovan - First Team David Kipfer - Second Team Marty Conlon - First Team Eric Murdock - Second Team Carlton Screen - Second Team Marty Conlon - First Team Eric Murdock - Second Team Carlton Screen - Second Team Marty Conlon - Second Team Eric Murdock - Second Team Carlton Scree - Second Team Eric Murdock - First Team Michael Smith - First Team Michael Smith - First Team Austin Croshere - First Team Jamel Thomas - Second Team Jamel Thomas - First Team Erron Maxey - Second Team John Linehan - Second Team

NABC DISTRICT PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1991

Eric Murdock

NABC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2002

John Linehan

NABC ALL-DISTRICT 1959 1960 1961 1965

John Egan - First Team John Egan - First Team Len Wilkens - First Team John Egan - First Team Len Wilkens - First Team Jimmy Walker - First Team

Ryan Gomes earned All-America honors in 2004 and 2005.


Award Winners 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2011 2014 2015

John Linehan - First Team Ryan Gomes - Second Team Ryan Gomes - First Team Ryan Gomes - First Team Donnie McGrath - Second Team Herbert Hill - First Team Geoff McDermott - Second Team Geoff McDermott - Second Team Marshon Brooks - First Team Bryce Cotton - First Team Kris Dunn - First Team LaDontae Henton - First Team

USBWA ALL-AMERICANS 1960 1966 1967 1973 1974 1991 2004

Lenny Wilkens Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker Ernie DiGregorio Marvin Barnes Eric Murdock - Second Team Ryan Gomes - First Team

USBWA ALL-DISTRICT 1 1994 1997 1998 1999 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2007 2009 2010 2011 2014 2015

Michael Smith - First Team Austin Croshere - First Team Jamel Thomas - Second Team Jamel Thomas - First Team John Linehan John Linehan Ryan Gomes Ryan Gomes - First Team Ryan Gomes - First Team Herbert Hill - First Team Weyinmi Efejuku - First Team Jamine Peterson - First Team Marshon Brooks - First Team Bryce Cotton - First Team LaDontae Henton - First Team Kris Dunn - First Team

USBWA DISTRICT 1 PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1997 2005 2010 2015

Austin Croshere Ryan Gomes Jamine Peterson LaDontae Henton

NEW ENGLAND SOPHOMORE OF THE YEAR 1965 1969 1972

Jimmy Walker Jim Larranaga Marvin Barnes

NEW ENGLAND PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1929 1960 1964 1967 1973 1974 1978 1987 1991

Edward Wineapple Len Wilkens John Thompson Jimmy Walker Ernie DiGregorio Marvin Barnes Dwight Williams Billy Donovan Eric Murdock

ALL-NEW ENGLAND 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1983 1984 1987

John Krieger Edward Wineapple John Krieger John Krieger Allen Bracken Allen Bracken Ed Koslowski Allen Bracken Bill Kutniewski Leo Davin John Egan Len Wilkens Jim Hadnot Len Wilkens John Egan Jim Hadnot Vin Ernst Jim Hadnot Vin Ernst Ray Flynn John Thompson John Thompson Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker Ernie DiGregorio Marvin Barnes Ernie DiGregorio Marvin Barnes Ernie DiGregorio Marvin Barnes Kevin Stacom Joe Hassett Bruce Campbell Joe Hassett Joe Hassett Bruce Campbell Dwight Williams Rudy Williams Rudy Williams Otis Thorpe Otis Thorpe Billy Donovan

BIG EAST PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1991 2015

Eric Murdock (New York Post) Kris Dunn

BIG EAST DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2001 2002 2015

John Linehan John Linehan Kris Dunn

BIG EAST MOST IMPROVED PLAYER 2007 2013

Herbert Hill Kadeem Batts

ALL-BIG EAST 1982 1983 1984 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

2015

Ron Jackson - Third Team Otis Thorpe - Third Team Ron Jackson - Third Team Otis Thorpe - Third Team Otis Thorpe - First Team Billy Donovan - Third Team Billy Donovan - First Team David Kipfer - Third Team Steve Wright - Third Team Eric Murdock - Third Team Marty Conlon - Third Team Carlton Screen - Second Team Eric Murdock - First Team Marques Bragg - Third Team Michael Smith - Second Team Michael Smith - Second Team Eric Williams - First Team Austin Croshere - Third Team Austin Croshere - First Team Derrick Brown - Third Team Jamel Thomas - Second Team Jamel Thomas - First Team John Linehan - Second Team John Linehan - Second Team Ryan Gomes - Second Team Ryan Gomes - First Team Ryan Gomes - First Team Donnie McGrath - Second Team Herbert Hill - First Team Sharaud Curry - Honorable Mention Geoff McDermott - Honorable Mention Geoff McDermott - Honorable Mention Weyinmi Efejuku - Honorable Mention Jamine Peterson - Honorable Mention Marshon Brooks - First Team Vincent Council - Third Team Bryce Cotton - First Team Kadeem Batts - Honorable Mention Bryce Cotton - First Team Kadeem Batts - Second Team LaDontae Henton - First Team Kris Dunn - First Team

ALL-BIG EAST ROOKIE TEAM 1980 1981 1988 1992 1993 1996 2002 2003 2006 2010 2012

Ricky Tucker - Rookie Team Otis Thorpe - Rookie Team Eric Murdock - Rookie Team Michael Smith - Rookie Team Michael Brown - Rookie Team God Shammgod - Rookie Team Ryan Gomes - Rookie Team Donnie McGrath - Rookie Team Sharaud Curry - Rookie Team Geoff McDermott - Rookie Team Vincent Council - Rookie Team LaDontae Henton - Rookie Team

BIG EAST TOURNAMENT 1987 1991 1993 1994 1995 2014

Billy Donovan - All-Tournament Eric Murdock - All-Tournament Dickey Simpkins - All-Tournament Michael Smith - Most Outstanding Player Dickey Simpkins - All-Tournament Rob Phelps - All-Tournament Austin Croshere - All-Tournament Bryce Cotton - Most Outstanding Player LaDontae Henton - All-Tournament

There’s no doubt that the three best PC players to ever play on the same team was the 1972-73 team which featured Kevin Stacom, Marvin Barnes and Ernie DiGregorio. Barnes and DiGregorio were First Team All-Americans while Stacom was a Second Teamer.

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Award Winners BIG EAST PLAYER OF THE WEEK 1981 1982 1984 1985 1986 1987 1989 1990 1991 1995 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2014 2015

Jerry Scott (12/22) Otis Thorpe (1/24) Ron Jackson (2/14) Otis Thorpe (2/5) Keith Lomax (2/24) Billy Donovan (1/19) Billy Donovan (2/1) Darryl Wright (3/9) Eric Murdock (12/11) Eric Murdock (1/21) Carlton Screen (2/18) Eric Murdock (12/16, 12/31, 1/27) Jason Murdock (1/2) Troy Brown (3/5) Jamel Thomas (11/25) Derrick Brown (2/3) Austin Croshere (12/30) Jamel Thomas (3/1) Jamel Thomas (11/16, 12/7, 1/18, 2/22) Donta Wade (2/28) John Linehan (1/15) John Linehan (1/28) Ryan Gomes (12/23) Ryan Gomes (12/15, 1/5, 1/26, 3/1) Ryan Gomes (12/27, 2/14, 3/6) Herbert Hill (1/8, 3/4) Geoff McDermott (12/27) Weyinmi Efejuku (3/2) Marshon Brooks (12/13, 2/7, 2/28) Kadeem Batts (2/11) Bryce Cotton (1/20, 2/24, 3/3) LaDontae Henton (11/24, 1/26, 2/23) Kris Dunn (1/12, 2/2)

BIG EAST ROOKIE OF THE WEEK 1980 1981 1985 1987 1988 1991 1992 1993 1996 1999 2001 2002 2005 2006 2010 2011 2012 2015

Ricky Tucker (1/22, 2/12) Otis Thorpe (2/9) Matt Palazzi (12/9) Carlton Screen (12/21, 1/18) Abdul Shamsid-Deen (1/4) Eric Murdock (1/31) Dickey Simpkins (11/25) Michael Smith (1/26, 2/2, 2/9, 2/23) Michael Brown (2/21) Jamel Thomas (1/29, 2/18) God Shammgod (2/5) Sean Connolly (11/30) Marcus Douthit (12/26) Ryan Gomes (12/31, 1/21) Randall Hanke (3/5) Sharaud Curry (2/6) Geoff McDermott (12/27) Vincent Council (1/18) Gerard Coleman (11/29, 1/24) LaDontae Henton (12/5, 12/12, 3/4) Ben Bentil (2/9)

NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK AWARDS 1990 1991 2004 2005 2014 2015

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Carlton Screen (Sports Illustrated) Eric Murdock (Sports Illustrated) Ryan Gomes (Fox Sports.com- 12/29) Ryan Gomes (Dickie V, ESPN.com- 1/26) Ryan Gomes (Wooden Watch - 12/15, 1/5, 1/26, 2/18, 3/2) Ryan Gomes (Wooden Watch Player of the Week 2/15) Bryce Cotton (Naismith Trophy Midseason 30 2/13) Kris Dunn (Sportimg News Midseason Second Team All-America - 1/14) LaDontae Henton (Lute Olson Award Midseason Watch - 1/20)

TEAM AND SCHOOL AWARDS JIMMY WALKER MOST LENNY WILKENS VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD HUSTLE AWARD 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Jim Larranaga Ernie DiGregorio Ernie DiGregorio Ernie DiGregorio Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Gary Bello Bruce Campbell Joe Hassett Dwight Williams Rudy Williams Jerry Scott, Rudy Williams Jerry Scott, Rich Hunger Ron Jackson Otis Thorpe Otis Thorpe Donnie Brown Billy Donovan Billy Donovan Steve Wright Marty Conlon, Carlton Screen Marty Conlon, Carlton Screen Eric Murdock Marques Bragg Tony Turner, Michael Smith Michael Smith Dickey Simpkins Eric Williams Michael Brown Austin Croshere Austin Croshere Derrick Brown Jamel Thomas Jamel Thomas Erron Maxey John Linehan John Linehan Ryan Gomes Ryan Gomes Ryan Gomes Donnie McGrath Herbert Hill Geoff McDermott Weyinmi Efejuku Sharaud Curry, Jamine Peterson Marshon Brooks Vincent Council Bryce Cotton Bryce Cotton LaDontae Henton, Kris Dunn

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Ray Johnson Ray Johnson Ernie DiGregorio Entire Team Mark McAndrew Mark McAndrew Rick Santos Dave Frye Paul Oristaglio Paul Oristaglio Jerry Scott Ricky Tucker Ricky Tucker Ron Jackson Ron Jackson Donnie Brown Harold Starks David Kipfer David Kipfer Quinton Burton Carlton Screen Carlton Screen Corey Floyd Michael Smith Michael Brown Michael Brown Maciej Zielinski Llewellyn Cole Corey Wright Corey Wright Llewellyn Cole Donta Wade Erron Maxey Jeff Xavier James Still Bryce Cotton Lee Goldsbrough Ted Bancroft. Lee Goldsbrough Kadeem Batts Ben Bentil

UNSUNG HERO/MOST INSPIRATIONAL PLAYER

1970 Craig Callen 1971 Jim Larranaga Fran Costello 1972 1973 Fran Costello 1974 Gary Bello 1975 Rick Santos 1976 Mark McAndrew MARVIN BARNES Dave Frye 1977 Bill Eason DEFENSIVE PLAYER AWARD 1978 1979 John Nolan 1970 Don Lewis 1980 Rich Hunger Don Lewis 1971 1981 Jim Panaggio 1972 Marvin Barnes Keith Lomax Marvin Barnes, Kevin Stacom 1982 1973 1983 Carl Hill 1974 Kevin Stacom 1984 Sean Canty 1975 Mark McAndrew 1985 Brian Waller Mark McAndrew 1976 1986 Al Roth 1977 Bob Misevicius Jacek Duda 1987 Paul Oristaglio 1978 1988 Keith-Sean Lindsey 1979 Rudy Williams 1989 Bryan Benham 1980 John Nolan 1990 Quinton Burton Rich Hunger 1981 1991 Fred Campbell 1982 Jim Panaggio 1992 Corey Floyd 1983 Harold Starks 1993 Tony Turner 1984 Otis Thorpe 1994 Abdul Abdullah 1985 Harold Starks Rob Phelps 1986 Harold Starks 1995 Michael Brown 1987 David Kipfer 1996 Derrick Brown 1988 Eric Murdock 1997 Jason Murdock Eric Murdock 1989 1998 Justin Farley 1990 Carlton Screen 1999 Erron Maxey 1991 Marques Bragg Kareem Hayletts 2000 1992 Marques Bragg 2001 Chris Rogers 1993 Dickey Simpkins 2002 Kareem Hayletts Dickey Simpkins 1994 2003 Kareem Hayletts Jason Murdock 1995 2004 Sheiku Kabba 1996 Michael Brown Tuukka Kotti God Shammgod 1997 2005 Herbert Hill 1998 John Linehan 2006 Charles Burch 1999 John Linehan 2007 Jonathan Kale 2000 Karim Shabazz 2008 Charles Burch 2001 John Linehan 2002 John Linehan ERNIE D TEAM LEADER 2003 Marcus Douthit 2004 Marcus Douthit AWARD 2005 Tuukka Kotti 2009 Sharaud Curry 2006 Herbert Hill 2011 Ray Hall 2007 Herbert Hill 2008 Jeff Xavier RYAN GOMES MOST 2009 Geoff McDermott Brian McKenzie 2010 IMPROVED PLAYER AWARD 2011 Duke Mondy 2009 Jonathan Kale 2012 Brice Kofane 2011 Vincent Council 2013 Kadeem Batts, Kris Dunn 2012 Bryce Cotton 2014 Carson Desrosiers 2013 Kadeem Batts 2015 Kris Dunn 2014 Josh Fortune

DUFFY DWYER FANS OF THE YEAR AWARD 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2009 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Jody DiRaimo The Blues Brothers Duffy Dwyer John Zannini Family Gary Taravella Jane & Vasco Castro Bill & Rosemarie Messore Coleman Sisters Florence Lockey Ann Ianotti Ted & Linda Fogarty Bernie & Lola Buonono John and Clare Castillo Mike & Jan Constantine Mark & Sandra Constantine Diane & Wayne Webb Doc Ramos & Mrs. Ramos James & Denise Metz Nick & Jo An Parente Ted & Linda Fogarty Carmen & Michelle D’Ellena Dr. Larry & Lisa &  Bill & Cheryl Levin Anthony Montalbano Eric Ahlborg Tom & Eileen McGrath Mark Gasbarro Frank Richard Kerry Rafanelli Glenn Pelt John Fitzgerald Lucille & Mike Calore, Joe & Cathy Ricci John Egan

SCHOOL AWARDS:

MAL BROWN AWARD Given to the senior best personifying Sportsmanship, Courage and Honor: 1940 James Leo 1942 Horace Marone 1943 Robert Reilly 1954 Robert Moran 1956 Ralph Tedesco 1967 Mike Riordan 1973 Fran Costello 1976 Mark McAndrew 1977 Bob Cooper 1987 Ernie Lewis 1988 Delray Brooks 1994 Abdul Abdullah 1996 Michael Brown 2005 Tuukka Kotti 2006 Donnie McGrath 2007 Herbert Hill 2008 Charles Burch 2009 Geoff McDermott

MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR AWARD 1977 1984 1986 1987 1991 1994 1997 1999 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2009 2011 2014

Joe Hassett Otis Thorpe Billy Donovan Billy Donovan Eric Murdock Michael Smith Austin Croshere Jamel Thomas John Linehan John Linehan Ryan Gomes Ryan Gomes Ryan Gomes Donnie McGrath Weyinmi Efejuku Marshon Brooks Bryce Cotton

SINE QUO NON AWARD

Given to the senior who has not been adequately recognized during their career: 1956 Ralph Tedesco 1957 Mike Pascale 1959 Richard Bessette 1962 Richard Leonard 1965 James Cox 1967 William Barrett 1971 Michael McGinn 1974 Tim Gilbride 1978 Joe Mullaney Jr. 1989 Bryan Benham 1990 Quinton Burton 2003 Kareem Hayletts


Award Award Winners Winners (by (by Player) Player) ABDUL ABDULLAH 1994

Bob Cousy Award Eastern Basketball Magazine Honorable Mention All-East

CHRISTOPHER ANRIN 2001 2003

World University Games (Sweden) World University Games (Sweden)

ROMUALD AUGUSTIN 2001

World University Games (Canada) Goodwill Games (Canada)

MARVIN BARNES

1972 New England Sophomore of the Year NABC All-District First Team All-New England 1973 UPI Third Team All-America AP, Sporting News, Basketball Weekly Honorable Mention AllAmerica All-East ECAC All-Star First Team NABC All-District First Team All-New England NCAA East Regional All-Tournament Team World University Games 1974 AP, UPI, Sporting News, Citizens Converse, Basketball Helms, First Team AllNews, NABC America Eastern Player of the Year ECAC Player of the Year All-East ECAC All-Star First Team NABC All-District First Team New England Player of the Year All-New England Aloha Classic All-Star Game Most Valuable Player NABC East-West All-Star Game Most Valuable Player National Rebounding Champion

KADEEM BATTS 2013 2014

All-BIG EAST Honorable Mention BIG EAST Most Improved Player All-BIG EAST Second Team

GARY BELLO 1975

NIT All-Tournament Team

JIM BENEDICT 1966

NABC All-District Third Team

WILLIAM BLAIR 1966

National Free Throw Pct. Champion

ALLEN BRACHEN 1932 1933 1934

Humor Magazine Second Team All-America All-New England Humor Magazine Second Team All-America All-New England All-New England

MARQUES BRAGG 1991 1992 1990

Strength Coaches All-America Strength Team NEBCA Unsung Hero Award All-BIG EAST Third Team NABC All-District Second Team

MARSHON BROOKS 2011

AP Third Team All-America FoxSports.com Fourth Team All-America Lute Olson All-America NABC All-District 5 First Team USBWA All-District 1 Team ECAC Division 1 All-Star First Team All-BIG EAST First Team R.I. Division 1 Player of the Year PC Male Athlete of the Year

DERRICK BROWN 1997

All-BIG EAST Third Team Basketball Times Honorable Mention All-BIG EAST

MICHAEL BROWN 1993

All-BIG EAST Rookie Team United States Olympic Festival

QUINTON BURTON 1989

NBC “Today Show” Sportsman of the Week

BRUCE CAMPBELL 1976 1977 1978

UPI Honorable Mention All-America NABC All-District First Team All-New England NABC All-District Second Team NABC All-District Second Team All-New England

MARTY CONLON 1988 1989 1990

NABC All-District First Team NABC All-District First Team NABC All-District Second Team All-BIG EAST Third Team

BOB COOPER 1977

NABC All-District Second Team

BRYCE COTTON 2013 2014

All-BIG EAST First Team R.I. Media Division I Player of the Year AP Honorable Mention All-America NBC Sports.com Second Team A-A Lute Olsen All-America All-BIG EAST First Team USBWA All-District 1 First Team NABC All-District First Team BIG EAST Tournament Most Outstanding Player R.I. Media Division I Player of the Year PC Male Athlete of the Year

VINCENT COUNCIL 2010 2012

All-BIG EAST Rookie Team All-BIG EAST Third Team R.I. Media Division I Player of the Year

AUSTIN CROSHERE 1995 1996 1997

BIG EAST All-Tournament Team World University Games - Gold Medal All-BIG EAST Third Team USA Basketball Under 22 Team Gold Medal All-BIG EAST First Team ECAC Co-Player of the Year All-ECAC First Team USBWA District I Player of the Year PC Male Athlete of the Year

SHARAUD CURRY 2006 2007

All-BIG EAST Rookie Team All-BIG EAST Honorable Mention

LEO DAVIN 1936

All-New England

ERNIE DIGREGORIO

1971 Catholic First Team All-America Eastern Sophomore of the Year All-East NABC All-District First Team All-New England 1972 Catholic First Team All-America AP, UPI Honorable Mention All-America All-East ECAC All-Star First Team NABC All-District First Team All-New England 1973 Lapchick Trophy as nation’s outstanding senior AP, Citizens Helms, Basketball News, Catholic First Team All-America UPI, Sporting News, Basketball Weekly, NABC Second Team AllAmerica Eastern Player of the Year All-East ECAC Player of the Year All-New England NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team NCAA East Regional Most Valuable Player NABC All-District First Team NABC East-West All-Star Game

BILAL DIXON

2010 Sporting News BIG EAST All Freshman

BILLY DONOVAN

1986 NABC All-District Second Team All-BIG EAST Third Team Providence College Male Athlete of the Year 1987 UPI Honorable Mention All-America All-East NABC All-District First Team New England Player of the Year All-New England All-BIG EAST First Team BIG EAST All-Tournament Team NCAA Southeast Regional Most Outstanding Player PC Male Athlete of the Year

LARRY DREW 1942

UPI Honorable Mention All-America

KRIS DUNN 2015

AP Honorable Mention All-America NBC Sports.com Second Team A-A CBS Sports.com Third Team A-A NABC All-District First Team USBWA All-District 1 First Team BIG EAST Player of the Year BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year All-BIG EAST First Team

WEYINMI EFEJUKU 2009

All-BIG EAST Honorable Mention USBWA All-District 1 First Team R.I Division 1 Player of the Year

JOHN EGAN

1959 AP, UPI Honorable Mention All-America NABC All-District First Team All-New England NIT All-Tournament Team 1960 NABC All-District First Team 1961 Citizens Helms Second Team All-America AP, UPI Honorable Mention All-America All-East NABC All-District First Team

111


Award Award Winners Winners (by (by Player) Player) VIN ERNST

1961 NIT Most Valuable Player NIT All-Tournament Team 1962 UPI Honorable Mention All-America All-East All-New England 1963 UPI Small Player First Team All-America AP, UPI Honorable Mention All-America All-East All-New England United States World Championship Team United States Pan American Games

BILLY FIELDS 1978

United States Olympic Festival

RAY FLYNN

1962 All-East 1963 Academic All-America NIT Most Valuable Player All-East All-New England 1989 NIT Hall of Fame

RYAN GOMES

2002 All-BIG EAST Rookie Team 2003 All-BIG EAST Second Team USBWA All-District 1 Basketball Times All-Northeast NABC District 1 Second Team PC Male Athlete of the Year 2004 AP, USWBA, ESPN.com, CBS  SportsLine.com, College Insider.com, Sporting News, John Wooden First Team All-America NABC, Basketball Times Second Team All-America All-BIG EAST First Team USBWA First Team All-District 1 NABC District 1 First Team PC Male Athlete of the Year Rhode Island Div. 1 Player of the Year 2005 AP, Rivals.com Honorable Mention All-America NABC All-District 1 First Team USBWA All-District 1 First Team USBWA District 1 Player of the Year All-BIG EAST First Team Basketball Times All-Northeast R.I Division 1 Player of the Year PC Male Athlete of the Year

JIM HADNOT 1960 1961 1962

All-New England AP, UPI, Honorable Mention All-America NABC All-District First Team All-New England AP, UPI Honorable Mention All-America All-New England

RANDALL HANKE 2006

National Field Goal Pct. Champion

JOE HASSETT

1975 NABC All-District First Team All-New England NIT All-Tournament Team United States Pan American Games 1976 AP Honorable Mention All-America All-East ECAC All-Star First Team NABC All-District First Team All-New England 1977 NABC Third Team All-America AP, UPI, Honorable Mention All-America All-East ECAC All-Star First Team NABC All-District First Team

112

All-New England NABC East-West All-Star Game PC Male Athlete of the Year

AL HAYES 1968

NABC All-District First Team

LaDONTAE HENTON 2012 2014 2015

All-BIG EAST Rookie Team BIG EAST All-Tournament Team AP Honorable Mention All-America NABC All-District First Team USBWA All-District 1 First Team USBWA All-District 1 Player of the Year All-Big East First Team

HERBERT HILL 2007

NABC All-District First Team USBWA All-District 1 First Team All-BIG EAST First Team BIG EAST Most Improved Player College Hoops.net Most Improved Player R.I Division 1 Player of the Year

RON JACKSON 1982 1983

All-BIG EAST Third Team All-BIG EAST Third Team

PAT KEHOE 1978

Rhodes Scholar

DAVE KIPFER 1987

NABC All-District Second Team All-BIG EAST Third Team

ED KOSLOWSKI 1933

All-New England

JOHN KRIEGER 1929 1930 1931

All-New England Humor Magazine Second Team All-America All-New England Humor Magazine Second Team All-America All-New England

BILL KUTNIEWSKI 1935

All-New England

JIM LARRANAGA 1969 1970 1971

NABC All-District First Team New England Sophomore of the Year NABC All-District Third Team NABC All-District Third Team

JOHN LINEHAN

2001 America 2002

Basketball Times Third Team AllNABC All-District Second Team College Insider.com National Defensive Player of the Year BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year All-BIG EAST Second Team USBWA All-District 1 PC Male Athlete of the Year Associated Press Honorable Mention All-America NABC Defensive Player of the Year BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year ESPN.com Defensive Player of the Year Basketball America Defensive Player

College Insider.com Defensive Player of the Year College Insider.com All-Defensive Team Second Team All-BIG EAST USBWA All-District 1 NABC First Team All-District 1 Bob Cousy Award Preseason All-BIG EAST First Team PC Male Athlete of the Year

ERRON MAXEY 2001

NABC All-District Second Team

WILLIAM McCUE 1931

Humor Magazine Honorable Mention All-America

GEOFFREY McDERMOTT 2006 2007 2008

All-BIG EAST Rookie Team All-BIG EAST Honorable Mention NABC All-District Second Team NABC All-District Second Team All-BIG EAST Honorable Mention

DONNIE McGRATH 2003 2006

BIG EAST All-Rookie Team NABC All-District Second Team All-BIG EAST Second Team PC Male Athlete of the Year

BOB MISEVICIUS 1978

NABC All-District Third Team

ERIC MURDOCK

1988 All-BIG EAST Rookie Team NABC All-District Second Team 1989 Sporting News, Basketball Times Honorable Mention All-America All-East NABC All-District Second Team All-BIG EAST Third Team 1990 Sporting News, Basketball Times Honorable Mention All-America NABC All-District Second Team 1991 USBWA Most Courageous Player Award John Wooden, Scripps Howard First Team All-America AP, UPI, Sporting News, Basketball Weekly Second Team All-America NABC Third Team All-America Eastern Basketball Player of the Year All-East ECAC All-Star First Team NABC District Player of the Year NABC All-District First Team U.S. Basketball Writers District Player of the Year U.S. Basketball Writers All-District New England Player of the Year N.J. Sportswriters N.J. Player of the Year New York Post BIG EAST Player of the Year All-BIG EAST First Team BIG EAST All-Tournament Team NABC East-West All-Star Game Providence College Male Athlete of the Year New England Male Athlete of the Year

ROB PHELPS 1994

BIG EAST All-Tournament Team


Award Award Winners Winners (by (by Player) Player) JAMINE PETERSON 2010

All-BIG EAST Honorable Mention

MIKE RIORDAN 1966 1967

NABC All-District Second Team NABC All-District Second Team

CARLTON SCREEN 1987 1988 1989 1990

United States Olympic Festival NABC All-District Second Team NABC All-District Second Team Sporting News Honorable Mention All-America NABC All-District Second Team All-BIG EAST Second Team

GOD SHAMMGOD 1995 1996 1997

United States Olympic Festival All-BIG EAST Rookie Team NCAA Southeast Regional All-Tournament Team

DICKEY SIMPKINS 1991 1993 1994

United States Olympic Festival BIG EAST All-Tournament Team BIG EAST All-Tournament Team

MICHAEL SMITH

1990 United States Olympic Festival 1992 All-ECAC Second Team All-BIG East Rookie Team Basketball Times Honorable Mention All-East Eastern Basketball Honorable Mention All-East 1993 NIT All-Tournament Team NABC All-District First Team All-BIG EAST Second Team 1994 NABC All-Star Game NABC All-District First Team USBWA All-District First Team Eastern Basketball Magazine Honorable Mention All-East Basketball Times Honorable Mention All-East All-BIG EAST Second Team BIG EAST Tournament Most Outstanding Player PC Male Athlete of the Year

KEVIN STACOM

1973 United States World University Games NCAA East Region All-Tournament Team NABC All-District Third Team 1974 Sporting News, Converse Second Team All-America UPI, Basketball News, Basketball Times, NABC Third Team AllAmerica AP Honorable Mention All-America All-East ECAC All-Star First Team NABC All-District First Team All-New England

JAMEL THOMAS 1997 1998 1999

NCAA Southeast Regional All-Tournament Team All BIG EAST Second Team ECAC All-Star Third Team USBWA Second Team All-District First Team All-BIG EAST

First Team All-ECAC Finalist for Basketball Hall of Fame’s Chip Hilton Award Sporting News Honorable Mention All-America First Team NABC District I USBWA First Team All-District Jimmy Walker Team MVP PC Male Athlete of the Year

JOHN THOMPSON

1963 NIT All-Tournament Team All-New England 1964 Converse First Team All-America AP, UPI, Sporting News, Look Magazine Honorable Mention All-America All-East ECAC All-Star First Team New England Player of the Year All-New England NABC East-West All-Star Game All-East ECAC All-Star First Team New England Player of the Year All-New England NABC East-West All-Star Game Naismith Hall of Fame 1999

OTIS THORPE

1981 All-BIG EAST Rookie Team 1982 NABC All-District First Team All-BIG EAST Third Team 1983 AP Honorable Mention All-America NABC All-District Second Team All-New England All-BIG EAST Third Team 1984 AP Honorable Mention All-America All-East NABC All-District First Team All-New England All-BIG EAST First Team Aloha Classic All-Star Game Providence College Male Athlete of the Year

RICKY TUCKER 1980

All-BIG EAST Rookie Team

JIMMY WALKER

1965 Basketball News, Citizens Helms First Team All-America AP Second Team All-America UPI Honorable Mention All-America NCAA East Regional All-Tournament Team Eastern Sophomore of the Year All-East NABC All-District First Team New England Sophomore of the Year All-New England 1966 UPI, Sporting News, Look Magazine, Citizens Helms, NABC, Basketball News First Team All-America AP Second Team All-America All-East ECAC All-Star First Team NABC All-District First Team All-New England 1967 AP, UPI, Sporting News, Look Magazine, Citizens Helms, NABC First Team All-America

Eastern Player of the Year All-East ECAC All-Star First Team New England Player of the Year All-New England National Scoring Champion

LEN WILKENS

1958 ECAC All-Star Team 1959 AP, UPI, Catholic Honorable Mention All-America All-East All-New England NIT All-Tournament Team 1960 Look Magazine, Converse, Citizens Helms, Catholic First Team All-America AP, UPI, Sporting News Second Team All-America All-East NABC All-District First Team New England Player of the Year All-New England NIT Most Valuable Player NIT All-Tournament Team NABC East-West All-Star Game Co-Most Valuable Player 1988 Naismith Hall of Fame (as player) 1989 NIT Hall of Fame Naismith Hall of Fame (as coach) 1998

DWIGHT WILLIAMS

1978 AP Honorable Mention All-America All-East ECAC All-Star First Team NABC All-District First Team New England Player of the Year All-New England

ERIC WILLIAMS

1995 All-BIG EAST First Team Basketball Weekly Second Team All-League Eastern Basketball Honorable Mention All-East

RUDY WILLIAMS 1979 1980

NABC All-District Third Team All-New England NABC All-District Second Team All-New England

EDWARD WINEAPPLE

1929 Humor Magazine First Team AllAmerica All-East All-New England New England Player of the Year

DARRYL WRIGHT 1987

NCAA Southeast Regional All-Tournament Team

STEVE

WRIGHT

113


All-Time Uniform Numbers (1934-2015) 0

Alex Kellogg, 2007-09 Ben Bentil, 2014-15

1

Donnie McGrath, 2002-06 Jeff Xavier, 2007-09 Duke Mondy, 2009-11 Gerard Coleman, 2011-12

2

Kareem Hayletts, 1999-00 DeSean White, 2004-05 Marshon Brooks, 2007-11

3

Larry Wheeler, 1926-30 Norm Eichner, 1935-36 William Connelly, 1939-40 Chester Zabek, 1940-43 Jason Murdock, 1993-97 Kendrick Moore, 1997-99 Karim Shabazz, 1999-01 Ryan Gomes, 2001-05 Johnnie Lacy, 2009-10 Kris Dunn, 2012-15

4

5

7

John Krieger, 1927-31 Al Hagstrom, 1934-37 Anthony Scavatto, 1937-38 Robert Reilly, 1940-43/45-46

10

114

James Welch, 1928-32 Dom Minicucci, 1935-36 John Crowley, 1936-38 John Lee, 1938-41 Steve Strother, 1974-76 Ken Woodson, 1976-77 Jerry Scott, 1977-78 Jon Barnes, 1978-79 Ricky Tucker, 1979-80 George Thissell, 1980-81 Ron Jackson, 1981-83 Brian Waller, 1983-86 Borja Larragan, 1994-96 T. J. McKenzie, 1997-98 Jamaal Camah, 1998-00 Chris Burns, 2002-03 Gerald Brown, 2003-04 Dwain Williams, 2006-08 Kyle Wright, 2009-10 Willard Cooley, 1928-29 Joseph Carew, 1934-37 Bernard White, 1937-38 Victor Storey, 1938-42

9

11

William McCue, 1927-31 William Spinnler, 1935-38 Sam Kusinitz, 1938-41 Larry Drew, 1941-43/45-46 Abdul Abdullah, 1992-94 Kofi Pointer, 1996-97 Romuald Augustin, 2000-03 Marcus Douthit, 2003-04 Sharaud Curry, 2005-10 Dre Evans, 2010-11 Josh Fortune, 2012-14

6

8

Joe Hassett, 1973-77 Dwight Williams, 1977-78 Gary Towle, 1978-80 Ricky Tucker, 1980-83 Ryan Ford, 1986-89 Matt Alosa, 1991-93 Corey Wright, 1996-99 Chris Rogers, 1999-01 Donell Allick, 2001-02 Sean Van De Walle, 2003-04 Luke Burchett, 2006-07 Kadeem Batts, 2011-14

12

13

William Gainor, 1928-32 Stan Szydla, 1926-30 Leo Ploski, 1935-38 Beryle Sacks, 1938-41 Ted McConnon, 1941-43 Eddie Wineapple, 1928-29 Milton Blieden, 1934-36/38/39 Paul Farley, 1936-37 John Barnini, 1937-38 William Gustas, 1939-41 Williams Barry, 1941-42 Ed Coogan, 1947-48 William Higgins, 1948-49 Jerry Lembo, 1949-52 Charles Aquavia, 1952-54 Frank Williams, 1954-56 John Egan, 1958-60 Vinnie Ernst, 1960-63 David Turbridy, 1964-66 Al Hayes, 1966-68

14

Mark McGovern, 1927-30 Fred Collins, 1934-37 James Bagley, 1937-38 Steve Fallon, 1938-40 Tom Shannon, 1940-41 Bill Littlefield, 1946-48 Francis McGurkin, 1948-51 Phil Lynch, 1951-53 Thomas Mullins, 1953-54 Gordie Holmes, 1955-57 William Connell, 1968-70 Gary Bello, 1972-75 David Frye, 1975-79 Bill Fields, 1980-82 Keith Lomax, 1982-85 Carlton Screen, 1986-90 Corey Floyd, 1990-92 Abdul Mills, 1999-02, 03-04 Tuukka Kotti, 2004-05 Geoff McDermott, 2005-09 Ron Giplaye, 2010-11 Bryce Cotton, 2011-14 George Forrest, 1927-29 Ray Bellieveau, 1934-37 Larry Shattuck, 1937-38 John Barnini, 1938-40 Wilf Michaud, 1941-43 Tom Bertino, 1947-48 Edward Mooney, 1948-51 Robert Moran, 1951-53 Donald Moran, 1953-54 Benny Benoit, 1955-57 Robert Simoni, 1961-64 Peter McLaughlin, 1964-67 Charles Conway, 1967-69 Tom Walters, 1971-73 Rich Dunphy, 1973-74 Bill Eason, 1974-78 Myles McPartland, 1980-81 Don Brown, 1982-86 Delray Brooks, 1986-87 Michael Shannon, 1990-91 God Shammgod, 1995-97 John Linehan, 1997-02 Ray Cross, 2004-06 Luke Burchett, 2007-09 Gerard Coleman, 2010-11 Casey Woodring, 2013-15 Joe Juges, 1939-42 Larry DePalma, 1948-49 Thomas Bauer, 1949-52 John Preissner, 1952-53 William Quinlan, 1952-54 Tom Karam, 1956-58 Ira Bowman, 1991-93 Adam Benton, 1994-95 Mark Adams, 1997-98 Sheiku Kabba, 2000-04 Weyinmi Efejuku, 2005-09 Brice Kofane, 2011-14 Paschal Chukwu, 2014-15 Elmer Chester, 1934-35 Charles McElroy, 1936-37 Joe Kwasniewski, 1938-40 Horace Marone, 1940-42 Charlie Bresnahan, 1945-49 Ron Gagnon, 1949-52 Robert O’Connell, 1952-53 John Durkin, 1953-54 Donald Moran, 1954-56 Ken Clements, 1956-57 Len Wilkens, 1957-60 Raymond Flynn, 1960-63

William Blair, 1963-66 James Cody, 1966-67 Walt Violand, 1967-68 Vic Collucci, 1968-71 Mark McAndrew, 1972-76 Peter Petropoulos, 1976-77 John Nolan, 1977-80 Carl Hill, 1980-84 Eric Murdock, 1987-91 Tyree Chambers, 2014-15

15

Carl Angelica, 1934-37 Jim Padden, 1937-38 Rae Edwards, 1945-46/47-48 James Power, 1948-51 Henry McQueeney, 1951-53 Lawrence Collarmore, 1953-54 Ed Donohue, 1955-58 Don Lewis, 1969-70 Ernie DiGregorio, 1970-73 Tom Gastall, 1974-75 Joe Mullaney, Jr., 1975-80 Ron Tenzyk, 1978-80 Mike Berkley, 1981-83 Dave Kipfer, 1983-87 Quinton Burton, 1987-90 Abdul Brown, 1996-97 Peter Farrell-Marcellino, 1997-99 Kareem Hayletts, 2000-03 Herbert Hill, 2003-07 Jamine Peterson, 2007-08 Xavier Davis, 2010-11

16

Charles Gallagher, 1934-37 James Leo, 1937, 39 Cy Killian, 1946-48 Ray Korbusieski, 1949-52 John Power, 1950-53 Dick Elston, 1953-54 Ken Willoughby, 1954-55 Frank Tirico, 1955-58

17

Charles Kelly, 1935-36 Elton Deuse, 1936-37 Ralph Paparella, 1937-39 Eddie Lee, 1940-42 Arthur Weinstock, 1946-50 Joseph DeStefano, 1950-51 Ken Kerr, 1951-53 Henry McQueeney, 1953-54 Lawrence Collarmore, 1954-56

18

William Moge, 1935-36 Paul Sweeney, 1937-40 Walter Lozoski, 1946-50 John Durkin, 1951-53 John Reynolds, 1953-54 Larry Connolly, 1954-56

19

William Ahern, 1948-49 Frank Pellegrino, 1949-51 Thomas Mullins, 1951-53 Bob Moran, 1953-54 Mike Pascale, 1954-57

20

Alex Becker, 1948-51 Joseph King, 1951-52 Ken Kerr, 1953-55 Ed Cahill, 1955-56 John Hickey, 1959-60 Carl Spencer, 1960-63 James Benedict, 1963-66 Stu Kerzner, 1966-68 Dennis Walsh, 1968-70 Don Lewis, 1970-72 Dave Modest, 1972-73 Bruce Grimm, 1975-76 John Nolan, 1976-77 Ernie DelGatto, 1977-78 Don Meineke, Jr., 1978-79 Jim Panaggio, 1980-82 Harold Starks, 1982-86 Trent Forbes, 1989-93 Tony Thomas, 1994-95 Dennis Cleary, 1995-98 Christopher Anrin, 2000-04 Chris Baudinet, 2005-06

21

Ed Bobinski, 1935-38 Horace Marone, 1939-40 Donald Dowd, 1946-48 Ray Garcia, 1948-51 John Lowney, 1951-52 William Quinlan, 1952-53 Walter Malecki, 1953-55 Robert Ferriter, 1955-56 Gary Wilken, 1969-72 James Best, 1986-87 Cal Foster, 1987-89 Tom Hall, 1990-94 Kareem Hayletts, 1998-99 Marcus Douthit, 2000-03 Jeff Parmer, 2004-05 Chris Baudinet, 2006-09 Jamine Peterson, 2009-10 Lee Goldsbrough, 2010-14 Jalen Lindsey, 2014-15

22

Leo Davin, 1934-37 Ferd Sowa, 1942-43, 46-48 Joseph Blain, 1948-49 Jim Schlimm, 1949-52 Ed Ryder, 1952-53 Ralph Tedesco, 1953-56 Alexander Grande, 1956-57 Thomas Folliard, 1959-62 Noel Kinski, 1962-65 Donald Henderson, 1965-68 Joseph Ferro, 1968-70 Charlie Crawford, 1970-73 Chris Dixon, 1973-74/75-76 Dwight Williams, 1976-77 Rudy Williams, 1977-78 Ernie DelGatto, 1978-79 Sean Canty, 1980-84 Matt Palazzi, 1984-89 Rob Phelps, 1991-94 Ben D’Alessandro, 1994-95 Justin Acker, 1995-96 Sean Connolly, 1998-99 Maris Laksa, 2000-04 Jamal Barney, 2006-07 Ted Bancroft, 2012-15

23

24

Thomas Orr, 1946-50 Robert Prendergast, 1950-53 Phillip Lynch, 1953-54 Gus Westerhuis, 1953-55 Roger Canestrari, 1955-58 Ken Clements, 1958-59 Michael Hagan, 1969-71 Alan Baker, 1971-74 Bruce Campbell, 1974-78 Sam Lucas, 1978-81 Keith Lomax, 1981-82 Pete Murphy, 1982-83 Ernie Lewis, 1983-87 Greg Bent, 1988-90 Franklin Western, 1990-95 Garnett Thompson, 2001-02 Elliott McCray, 2004-05 Brian McKenzie, 2006-10 LaDontae Henton, 2011-15 John Smith, 1934-37 Elt Deuse, 1937-39 James Leo, 1939-40 Ray St. George, 1946-48 Sam Nissel, 1948-51 John Reynolds, 1951-53 Pat Grady, 1954-55 Lionel Jenkins, 1955-58 Denny Guimares, 1958-61 William Stein, 1961-64 Jimmy Walker, 1964-67 Mike McGuinn, 1969-71 Marvin Barnes, 1971-74 Donald Henderson, 1974-76 Pat Kehoe, 1977-78 Rich Hunger, 1978-81 Ed Gately, 1981-82 Alan Roth, 1982-86 Keith-Sean Lindsey, 1987-88 Marques Bragg, 1988-92 Maciej Zielinski, 1992-95 Ruben Garces, 1995-97


All-Time Uniform Numbers (1934-2015) Erron Maxey, 1997-01 Dwight Brewington, 2003-05 Kyron Cartwright, 2014-15

25

26

Ed Koslowski, 1930-34 Jack Keating, 1952-53 John Ritch, 1954-57 Dick Bessette, 1956-59 Jim Larranaga, 1968-71 Kevin Stacom, 1972-74 Mark Forcier, 1974-76 Paul Oristaglio, 1976-78 Jerry Scott, 1978-81 Dick Pennefather, 1982-86 Abdul Shamsid-Deen, 1986-90 Fred Campbell, 1990-92 Mark Adams, 1995-97 Ben Perkins, 1997-99 Romuald Augustin, 1999-00 Stephen Traugott, 2000-01 Tuukka Kotti, 2001-04 Sean Van De Walle, 2004-06 Brian Beloin, 2008-09 Bryce Cotton, 2010-11 Tyler Harris, 2013-15 Frank Pelligrino, 1948-49 Jim Coates, 1954-55 Pat Grady, 1955-56 Ed Martin, 1956-58

27

Allen Brachen, 1930-34 Oscar Ponton, 1950-51

30

John Woods, 1957-60 Thomas Nyire, 1961-63 Steve Sarantapoulous, 1964-67 Nehru King, 1970-73 Rick Santos, 1973-75 Mark Heissenbuttel, 1978-79 Paul Aiello, 1976-78 Bruce McKnight, 1979-80 Jim Cholakis, 1980-81/82-83 Marty Conlon, 1986-90 Michael Brown, 1992-96

31

32

33

34

Fran Costello, 1970-73 Walt Edwards, 1973-74 Bob Misevicius, 1974-78 Marlon Burns, 1980-83 Duffy McNulty, 1990-94 Timothy Englert, 2003-06 Connor Heine, 2008-09 Peter Schementi, 1956-59 James Ahern, 1962-65 Andy Clary, 1966-69 Larry Ketvirtis, 1971-72 Bob Cooper, 1973-77 Rich Hunger, 1977-78 Rudy Williams, 1978-81 Ray Knight, 1982-85 Dave Snedeker, 1986-87 Tony Turner, 1989-93 Derrick Brown, 1995-97 Leon Brisport, 1998-99 Marcus Jefferson, 1999-00 Randall Hanke, 2004-09 Vincent Council, 2009-13 Junior Lomomba, 2014-15 Aubrey Stallworth, 1978-80 Otis Thorpe, 1980-84 Chris Watts, 1987-91 Troy Brown, 1991-95 Jamel Thomas, 1995-99 Donta Wade, 1999-00 Rob Sanders, 2001-04 Charlie Burch, 2004-07 Carson Desrosiers, 2013-15 Robert Siembida, 1959-60 John Egan, 1960-61 Jeff Shea, 1962-63 William Lasher, 1964-66 William Judkins, 1966-67 Pat Kehoe, 1975-76 Mark Heissenbuttel, 1976-77 Miaden Filipan, 1977-78 Billy Donovan, 1983-87

Troy Brown, 1990-91 Michael Smith, 1991-94 Jason Evans, 1994-95 Ndongo N’Diaye, 1996-98 Leland Anderson, 2001-03 Jonathan Kale, 2005-09 Ron Giplaye, 2011-12 Tom Planek, 2014-15

35

Bill Fields, 1978-80 Ken McDonald 1990-92 Stephen Traugott, 2001-03 Maurice Grant, 2011-12

40

Richard Holzheimer, 1958-61 Jimmy Stone, 1961-64 William Barrett, 1964-66 Gerald McNair, 1967-68 Paul Aiello, 1976-78 Piotr Szybilski, 1994-96 Justin Farley, 1997-99 David Murray, 1999-00

41

Darryl Wright, 1985-89 Chris Carter, 2009-12

42

Dick Leonard, 1960-62 James Schessler, 1964-67 Taylor Walsh, 1967-68 Bryan Benham, 1985-89 Dickey Simpkins, 1990-94 Mark Adams, 1994-95 Llewellyn Cole, 95-96, 97-00 Bilal Dixon, 2009-12

43

James Swartz, 1956-59

44

Robert Gibson, 1958-60 James Cox, 1963-65 Peter Coughter, 1965-68 Walter Violand, 1968-70 Ron Norwood, 1972-73 Steve Wright, 1984-88 Austin Croshere, 1993-97 Russ Permenter, 2009-10

45

Ernest McNair, 1995-96 Brian Schnurr, 1999-02 James Still, 2009-10

50

Timothy Moynahan, 1958-61 John Thompson, 1961-64 Dexter Westbrook, 1964-65 Alfred Pearson, 1966-68 Theodore Haig, 1968-69 Bob Ollquist, 1971-72/73-74 Rich Dunphy, 1972-73 Jacek Duda, 1983-97 Steve Donohue, 1994-95 Richard Cordella, 1995-98 Ryan McAuliffe, 1998-99

51 52

Ted Bancroft, 2011-12

53

Mike Murray, 2011-12

54

James Hadnot, 1959-62 Donald Dutton, 1962-65 Bob Kovalski, 1965-66 Mike Riordan, 1964-67 Tony Koski, 1966-68 Craig Callen, 1967-70 Ray Johnson, 1968-71

55

Richard Whelan, 1957-60 George Zaluki, 1960-62

Marvin Saddler, 1988-92 Eric Williams, 1993-95 Mark Jarrell-Wright, 1999-00 Ray Hall, 2006-09, 11

CLASS GAME RECORDS:

SENIOR POINTS: 52 Marvin Barnes vs. AUSTIN PEAY, 12-15-73, Marshon Brooks vs. NOTRE DAME, 2-23-11 REBOUNDS: 27 Marvin Barnes vs. BROWN, 2-12-74 ASSISTS: 16 Vin Ernst vs. DePAUL, 2-7-63 16 Vin Ernst vs. CATHOLIC, 2-9-63 16 Carlton Screen vs. Syracuse, 1-20-90 BLOCKS: 10 Bob Cooper vs. MICHIGAN, 12-29-76 10 Karim Shabazz vs. RHODE ISLAND, 12-2-00 STEALS: 11 John Linehan vs. RUTGERS, 1-22-02 JUNIOR POINTS: 50 Jimmy Walker vs. Boston College, 12-20-65 REBOUNDS: 30 Marvin Barnes vs. ASSUMPTION, 2-22-73 ASSISTS: 15 Jim Larranaga vs. VCU, 12-8-69 BLOCKS: 10 Marvin Barnes vs. Brown, 3-8-73 10 Karim Shabazz vs. LIU, 12-27-99 STEALS: 7 5 times, last: Carlton Screen vs. BC, 12-7-88 SOPHOMORE POINTS: 39 John Egan vs. Villanova, 1-24-59 REBOUNDS: 34 Marvin Barnes vs. BUFFALO ST., 12-8-71 ASSISTS: 16 Vincent Council vs. BROWN, 12-6-10 BLOCKS: 12 Marvin Barnes vs. BUFFALO ST., 12-8-71 STEALS: 10 God Shammgod vs. BROWN, 12-21-96 FRESHMAN POINTS: 33 LaDontae Henton vs. South Florida, 1-29-12 REBOUNDS: 18 Bruce Campbell vs. Canisius, 2-1-75 ASSISTS: 13 Ricky Tucker vs. CANISIUS, 2-4-80 13 God Shammgod vs. WEST VIRGINIA, 1-20-96 13 Donnie McGrath vs. OHIO, 11-30-02 13 Kris Dunn vs. COLGATE, 12-18-12 (First collegiate game) BLOCKS: 9 Randall Hanke vs. Memphis, 12-23-04 STEALS: 9 John Linehan vs. PITTSBURGH, 1-10-98

TRUE FRESHMEN IN THE OPENING GAME STARTING LINEUP SEASON 2014-15 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2005-06 2004-05 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1995-96 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1975-76 1973-74

PLAYER Kyron Cartwright Josh Fortune LaDontae Henton Gerard Coleman Geoff McDermott Randall Hanke Donnie McGrath Tuukka Kotti Maris Laksa Abdul Mills Marcus Jefferson Sean Connolly Ben Perkins God Shammgod Otis Thorpe Ricky Tucker Bill Fields David Frye Bob Cooper

OPP. ALBANY NJIT FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON DARTMOUTH VERMONT NIAGARA BROWN SIENA HOLY CROSS HOLY CROSS HOLY CROSS VANDERBILT VERMONT NEW HAMPSHIRE MASSACHUSETTS STONEHILL MAINE (OT) STONEHILL ST. LEO

RESULT W 64-60 W 64-63 W 72-61 W 87-52 W 87-77 W 83-78 W 83-64 W 79-54 W 63-57 L 43-54 L 43-54 L 66-72 W 67-63 W 92-78 W 56-43 W 83-62 W 75-73 W 102-76 W 84-44

STATS 8 pts 3 reb 5 ast 2 pts 2 reb 3 ast 10 pts 6 reb 0 ast 17 pts 2 reb 2 ast 13 pts 9 reb 3 ast 5 pts 3 reb 0 ast 6 pts 1 reb 6 ast 2 pts 3 reb 3 ast 2 pts 3 reb 0 ast 13 pts 4 reb 2 ast 4 pts 3 reb 0 ast 10 pts 4 reb 0 ast 10 pts 12 reb 1 ast 6 pts 1 reb 9 ast 6 pts 4 reb 0 ast 10 pts 1 reb 4 ast 2 pts 2 reb 0 ast 4 pts 2 reb 3 ast 8 pts 4 reb 0 ast

FRIARS RECORD AT SELECTED ARENAS FRIARS AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN (57-57) FRIARS AT THE PALESTRA (12-15) FRIARS AT THE HARTFORD CIVIC CENTER (10-8) FRIARS AT THE MEADOWLANDS/CONTINENTAL AIRLINES ARENA (6-12) FRIARS AT THE BARCLAY’S CENTER (1-1) FRIARS AT MOHEGAN SUN (2-0)

TOP CROWDS TO SEE THE FRIARS 65,444 32,804 32,401 32,096 29,075 28,876 28,596 27,495 26,674 25,631 23,717 23,637 23,601 23,311 23,309 23,017 22,733 22,724 22,160 21,305 21,000

Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Kentucky Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Louisville Syracuse Louisville Alabama

3-28-87 * 2-26-05 1-20-90 1-28-89 2-27-93 2-2-88 2-12-91 1-4-92 2-19-87 1-23-86 2-20-13 2-15-94 11-30-14 1-14-12 1-27-08 2-13-85 2-8-95 3-2-11 2-5-83 1-2-13 3-17-94 *

20,388 20,205 20,186 20,057 20,057 19,697 19,610 19,594 19,591 19,591 19,591 19,591 19,591 19,591 19,591 19,562 19,544 19,544 19,544 19,544

*- NCAA Tournament; **- NIT; ***-BIG EAST Tournament

Syracuse 12-28-10 Syracuse 2-2-10 Arkansas 1-23-99 Seton Hall 3-6-12 *** Cincinnati 3-13-13 *** Syracuse 2-6-82 West Virginia 3-12-03 *** West Virginia 3-7-07 *** Seton Hall 3-6-85 *** St. John’s 3-7-85 *** Villanova 3-5-86 *** St. John’s 3-5-87 *** Georgetown 3-6-87 *** Connecticut 3-12-88 *** Syracuse 3-10-89 *** West Virginia 3-12-08 *** Villanova 3-11-94 *** Connecticut 3-12-94 *** Georgetown 3-13-94 *** Syracuse 3-10-95 ***

19,544 19,544 19,544 19,528 19,528 19,522 19,522 19,484 19,375 19,375 19,375 19,375 19,301 19,161 19,160 19,138 19,081 19,081 19,058 19,029

Villanova 3-11-95 *** St. John’s 3-6-96 *** Villanova 3-7-96 *** Syracuse 3-8-01 *** Villanova 3-11-04 *** Connecticut 3-12-93 *** Seton Hall 3-13-93 *** Louisville 2-18-09 DePaul 3-11-09 *** Louisville 3-12-09 *** Seton Hall 3-9-10 *** Marquette 3-8-11 *** Indiana 3-26-73 * Utah 12-2-97 Seton Hall 2-25-87 Syracuse 2-15-84 St. John’s 3-8-91*** Georgetown 3-9-91*** Syracuse 1-13-98 Memphis St. 3-24-73 *

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In In the the Pros Pros Friars In The NBA/ABA Draft YEAR PLAYER ROUND (OVERALL) TEAM (LEAGUE) 1960 Len Wilkens First (6) St. Louis Hawks (NBA) 1961 John Egan Second (12) Detroit Pistons (NBA) 1962 Jim Hadnot Third (25) Boston Celtics (NBA) 1963 Ray Flynn Fourth (33) Syracuse Nats (NBA) Vin Ernst Sixth (53) Boston Celtics (NBA) 1964 John Thompson Third (27) Boston Celtics (NBA) 1967 Jimmy Walker First (1) Detroit Pistons (NBA) First Indiana Pacers (ABA) Dexter Westbrook Fifth (44) Baltimore Bullets (NBA) Mike Riordan Twelfth (128) New York Knicks (NBA) Pittsburgh Pipers (ABA) 1968 Anthony Koski New York Nets (ABA) 1971 Jim Larranaga Sixth (96) Detroit Pistons (NBA) 1973 Ernie DiGregorio First (3) Buffalo Braves (NBA) First Kentucky Colonels (ABA) Kevin Stacom Second (24) Chicago Bulls (NBA) Third (26) Denver Rockets (ABA) Marvin Barnes First (6) Denver Rockets (ABA) Fran Costello Fifth (71) Portland Trailblazers (NBA) 1974 Marvin Barnes First (2) Philadelphia 76ers (NBA) Kevin Stacom Second (35) Boston Celtics (NBA) Len Wilkens Third (22) Memphis Tams (ABA) Steve Strother Ninth (154) Houston Rockets (NBA) 1975 1976 Mark McAndrew Eighth (136) Buffalo Braves (NBA) 1977 Joe Hassett Third (52) Seattle Supersonics (NBA) Bob Cooper Sixth (119) Kansas City Kings (NBA) 1978 Bob Misevicius Sixth (112) Buffalo Braves (NBA) Bruce Campbell Eighth (153) New Jersey Nets (NBA) 1979 Dwight Williams Sixth (121) Atlanta Hawks (NBA) John Nolan Tenth (214) Boston Celtics (NBA) 1980 1981 Rudy Williams Ninth (186) New Jersey Nets (NBA) Ron Jackson Seventh (160) Boston Celtics (NBA) 1983 Otis Thorpe First (9) Kansas City Kings (NBA) 1984 1985 Ray Knight Fifth (114) Milwaukee Bucks (NBA) Billy Donovan Third (68) Utah Jazz (NBA) 1987 1990 Abdul Shamsid-Deen Second (54) Seattle Supersonics (NBA) Eric Murdock First (21) Utah Jazz (NBA) 1991 1994 Dickey Simpkins First (21) Chicago Bulls (NBA) Michael Smith Second (35) Sacramento Kings (NBA) 1995 Eric Williams First (14) Boston Celtics (NBA) Troy Brown Second (45) Atlanta Hawks (NBA) Austin Croshere First (12) Indiana Pacers (NBA) 1997 God Shammgod Second (46) Washington Wizards (NBA) 2004 Marcus Douthit Second (56) Los Angeles Lakers (NBA) 2005 Ryan Gomes Second (50) Boston Celtics (NBA) 2007 Herbert Hill Second (55) Utah Jazz (NBA) 2011 Marshon Brooks First (25) Boston Celtics (NBA) Ricardo Ledo Second (43) Milwaukee Bucks (NBA) 2013

FRIARS IN THE CBA

ABDUL ABDULLAH 1994-95 La Crosse ROMUALD AUGUSTIN 2006-07 Indiana MARVIN BARNES 1984-85 Detroit, Ohio, Evansville MARQUES BRAGG 1994-95 Grand Rapids DELRAY BROOKS 1988-89 Pensacola DERRICK BROWN 1997-98 Connecticut TROY BROWN 1996-98 Connecticut 2001-02 Sioux Falls BRUCE CAMPBELL 1978-79 Wilkes-Barre MARTY CONLON 1990-91 Rockford 1993-94 Rockford BILLY DONOVAN 1988-89 Wyoming, Rapid City RUBEN GARCES 1998-99 La Crosse JOHN LINEHAN 2002-03 North Dakota JOHN NOLAN 1980-81 Rochester JIM PANAGGIO 1982-83 Rochester

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ROB PHELPS CARLTON SCREEN GOD SHAMMGOD JAMEL THOMAS STEVE WRIGHT

1998-99 1990-91 1998-99 1999-01 1992-93

La Crosse Grand Rapids 1993-94 Fort Wayne La Crosse Quad Cities (Rookie of the Year) Albany, Capital Region, Omaha

OTHER PROFESSIONAL LEAGUES

LELAND ANDERSON  2006-07 Hollywood (ABA) KADEEM BATTS 2014-15 Erie (NBDL) DWIGHT BREWINGTON 2007-08 Tulsa, Albuquerque (NBDL) DELRAY BROOKS 1988-89 Worcester Counts (WBL) TROY BROWN 2005-07 Rochester (PBL) BOB COOPER 1977-78 Providence (Eastern League) BRYCE COTTON 2014-15 Austin (NBDL) MARCUS DOUTHIT 2005-06 Albuquerque (NBDL) VIN ERNST 1963-64 Trenton (Eastern League) RAY FLYNN 1963-64 Wilmington (Eastern League) JIM HADNOT 1963-64 Trenton (Eastern League) TONY KOSKI 1969-71 Hartford (Eastern League) RICARDO LEDO 2013-14 Texas (NBDL) JOHN LINEHAN 2002-04 Greenville (NBDL) 2003-04 Harlem Globetrotters ERRON MAXEY 2003-07 Columbus (NBDL) BRIAN McKENZIE 2010-11 Brooklyn, Hartford (APBL) ABDUL MILLS 2007-08 Albuquerque (NBDL) JAMINE PETERSON 2011-13 Texas, New Mexico (NBDL) ROB PHELPS 2001-02 Indiana (ABA) ROB SANDERS 2006-07 Manchester (ABA) KARIM SHABAZZ 2002-03 N. Charleston (NBDL) GARNETT THOMPSON 2002-03 Harlem Globetrotters EDWARD WINEAPPLE 1929-30 Syracuse (American) ROBERT SIEMBIDA (Referee) 1975-77 Eastern League 1976-77 National Basketball Association ALBERT “HANK” SOAR (Coach) 1947-48 Providence (Basketball Association of America)

Professional Players Overseas

TONY KOSKI ‘68 - France STU KERZNER ‘68 - Israel FRAN COSTELLO ‘73 - Spain, Sweden RICH DUNPHY ‘74 - Australia MARK MCANDREW ‘76 - Spain BOB COOPER ‘77 - England BRUCE CAMPBELL ‘78 - Belgium, France, Ireland, Italy, Morocco MLADEN FILIPAN ‘78 - Yugoslavia BOB MISEVICIUS ‘78 - Argentina, Belgium, Brazil RICH HUNGER ‘81 - Spain JACEK DUDA ‘87 - Germany DAVE SNEDEKER ‘88 - Turkey STEVE WRIGHT ‘88 - France, Russia CAL FOSTER ‘89 - Greece DARRYL WRIGHT ‘89 - Portugal QUINTON BURTON ‘90 - Switzerland MARTY CONLON ‘90 - France, Italy ABDUL SHAMSID-DEEN ‘90 - France, Dominican Republic, Russia ERIC MURDOCK ‘91 - Italy MARQUES BRAGG ‘92 - France, Philippines, Italy KEN MCDONALD ‘92 - Ireland TRENT FORBES ‘93 - England, Ireland, Russia TONY TURNER ‘93 - England, Russia, Spain ABDUL ABDULLAH ‘94 - Belgium, Poland ROB PHELPS ‘94 - England, Cypress DICKEY SIMPKINS ‘94 - Russia, Lithuania, France MICHAEL SMITH ‘94 - Poland FRANKLIN WESTERN ‘95 - Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic MICHAEL BROWN ‘95 - England, Greece TROY BROWN ‘95- Japan, Spain, France, Argentina MACIEJ ZIELINSKI ‘95 - Poland PIOTR SYZBILSKI ‘96 - Greece DERRICK BROWN ‘97 - Venezuela, Phillipines RUBEN GARCES ‘97- Venezuela, Spain, Uruguay JASON MURDOCK ‘97 - Poland, China, Portugal GOD SHAMMGOD ‘99 - Poland, China JAMEL THOMAS ‘99 - Italy, Greece LLEWELLYN COLE ‘00 - Portugal, Mexico KARIM SHABAZZ ‘01 - Italy, Uruguay ERRON MAXEY ‘01 - Finland, Argentina, New Zealand, Australia JOHN LINEHAN ‘02 - Italy, France GARNETT THOMPSON ‘03 - China CHRISTOPHER ANRIN ‘04 - Germany, Sweden MARCUS DOUTHIT ‘04 - Belgium, Turkey< Russia, So. Korea, Phillippines, China MARIS LAKSA ‘04 - Slovenia, Cyprus, Estonia, Greece, Romania, Latvia, Kazhakstan ABDUL MILLS ‘04 - Mexico, Slovenia RYAN GOMES ‘05 - Germany SHEIKU KABBA ‘05 - Portugal, Italy, Germany TUUKKA KOTTI ‘05 - Italy, Finland DONNIE McGRATH ‘06 - Italy, Greece, France, Lithuania, Russia DWIGHT BREWINGTON ‘07 - Israel HERBERT HILL ‘07 - France, Korea, Phillippines WEYINMI EFEJUKU ‘09 - Spain, Mexico, Italy, Latvia, Ukraine, Czech Republic JEFF XAVIER ‘09 - Spain JONATHAN KALE ‘09 - Ukraine, Ivory Coast, Poland, Germany RANDALL HANKE ‘09 - Sweden, Spain, England, Czech Republic, Germany, Finland GEOFF McDERMOTT ‘09 - Latvia, Holland, Spain SHARAUD CURRY ‘10 - Germany, Poland, Greece, Austria, Finland BRIAN McKENZIE ‘10 - Canada, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Germany JAMINE PETERSON ‘10 - Phillippines, Turkey, Dominican Republic MARSHON BROOKS ‘11 - Italy, China BILAL DIXON ‘12 - Austria, Lebanon, Canada, Mexico, Hungary VINCENT COUNCIL ‘13 - Israel, Greece KADEEM BATTS ‘14 - Turkey LADONTAE HENTON ‘15 - Spain


In In the the Pros Pros Friars in the NBA and ABA Marvin Barnes 1974-75 - 197980 St. Louis, Detroit, Buffalo, Boston, San Diego 16.0 ppg 9.1 rpg 315 games • ABA Rookie of the Year

Ira Bowman 1999-00 2001-02 Philadelphia, Atlanta 0.9 ppg 0.5 apg 17 games

Marques Bragg

Marshon Brooks

Marty Conlon

1995-96 Minnesota 2.5 ppg 1.5 rpg 53 games

2011-12 2013-14 New Jersey/ Brooklyn, Boston, Golden State, LA Clippers 7.7 ppg 2.2 rpg

1991-92 - 199900 Seattle, Sacramento, Milwaukee, Charlotte, Washington, Boston, Miami, LA Clippers 6.5 ppg 3.5 rpg 379 games

John Egan

Bryce Cotton

Austin Croshere

Ernie DiGregorio

Billy Donovan

2014-15 Utah 5.3 ppg 1.0 apg 15 games

1997-98 2008-09 Indiana, Dallas, Golden State, Milwaukee, San Antonio 6.8 ppg 4.0 rpg 659 games

1973-74 - 197778 Buffalo, LA Lakers, Boston 9.6 ppg 5.1 apg 312 games • NBA Rookie of the Year • Led NBA in Assists and

1987-88 New York 2.4 ppg 2.0 apg 44 games

Ruben Garces

Ryan Gomes

Jim Hadnot

Joe Hassett

Tony Koski

2000-01 Phoenix, Golden State 1.2 ppg 2.2 rpg 13 games

2005-06 2013-14 Boston, Minnesota, LA Clippers, Oklahoma City 10.1 ppg 4.6 rpg 487 games

1967-68 Oakland 17.5 ppg 12.2 rpg 77 games

1977-78 1982-83 Seattle, Indiana, Dallas, Golden State 5.9 ppg 1.1 rpg 292 games • 1979 NBA Champions

1968-69 New York Nets 1.2 ppg 1.4 rpg 5 games

Ricardo Ledo

Eric Murdock

Mike Riordan

God Shammgod

Dickey Simpkins

2013-14 2014-15 Dallas, New York 3.9 ppg 1.4 rpg 28 games

1991-92 1999-00 Utah, Milwaukee, Vancouver, Denver, Miami, New Jersey, LA Clippers 10.1 ppg 4.9 apg

1968-69 1976-77 New York, Baltimore/ Washington 9.9 ppg 2.9 rpg 639 games • 1970 NBA Champions

1997-98 Washington 3.1 ppg 1.8 apg 20 games

1994-95 - 200102 Chicago, Golden State, Atlanta 4.2 ppg 3.6 rpg 327 games • 1996, 1997, 1998 NBA

Michael Smith

Kevin Stacom

Jamel Thomas

John Thompson

Otis Thorpe

1994-95 2000-01 Sacramento, Vancouver, Washington 5.6 ppg 7.1 rpg 449 games

1974-75 1981-82 Boston, Indiana, Milwaukee 5.1 ppg 1.5 rpg 347 games • 1976 NBA Champions

1999-00 2000-01 Boston, Golden State, New Jersey 2.5 ppg 1.2 rpg 12 games

1964-65 1965-66 Boston 3.5 ppg 3.5 rpg 74 games • 1965, 1966 NBA Champions

Jimmy Walker

Dexter Westbrook

Lenny Wilkens

Eric Williams

1967-68 1975-76 Detroit, Houston, Kansas City 16.7 ppg 3.5 apg 698 games

1967-68 New Jersey, Pittsburgh 4.0 ppg 1.9 rpg 12 games

1960-61 - 197475 St. Louis, Seattle, Cleveland, Portland 16.5 ppg 6.7 apg 1077 games • Coached

1995-96 - 200607 Boston, Denver, Cleveland, New Jersey, Toronto, San Antonio, Charlotte 8.6 ppg 3.3 rpg

1961-62 1971-72 Detroit, New York, Baltimore, LA Lakers, Cleveland, San Diego, Houston 7.8 ppg 3.0 apg 712 games

1984-85 - 200001 Kansas City, Sacramento, Houston, Portland, Detroit, Vancouver, Washington, Miami, Charlotte 14.0 ppg 8.2 rpg 1257 games

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All-Time Records Individual Records Points Half: 35 Game: 52 52 Season: 851 Career: 2138

Marshon Brooks vs. NOTRE DAME, 2-23-11 Marvin Barnes vs. AUSTIN PEAY, 12-15-73 Marshon Brooks vs. NOTRE DAME, 2-23-11 Jimmy Walker, 1966-67 Ryan Gomes, 2001-05

Minutes 63 Jim Panaggio vs. Dayton, 1-28-82 Game: Season: 1398 Bryce Cotton, 2013-14 Career: 4909 LaDontae Henton, 2011-15 Minutes Played Per Game Season: 39.9 Bryce Cotton, 2013-14 Career: 38.8 Jimmy Walker, 1964-67

Scoring Average Season: 30.4 Jimmy Walker, 1966-67 Career: 25.2 Jimmy Walker, 1964-67

Points Per Minute Season: 0.77 Jimmy Walker, 1966-67 Career: 0.65 Jimmy Walker, 1964-67

Percentage of Team’s Points Season: 39.2 Jimmy Walker, 1966-67 Career: 32.3 Jimmy Walker, 1964-67

Assists Game: 16 16 16 Season: 267 Career: 725

Field Goals Half: 14 Game: 23 Season: 348 Career: 840

Jimmy Walker vs. San Francisco, 12-21-66 Marvin Barnes vs. AUSTIN PEAY, 12-15-73 Ernie DiGregorio, 1972-73 Joe Hassett, 1973-77

Field Goal Attempts Game: 41 Jimmy Walker vs. Northwestern, 12-28-66 Season: 728 Ernie DiGregorio, 1972-73 Career: 1703 Joe Hassett, 1973-77 Field Goal Percentage Game: 1.000 John Thompson (11-11) vs. Rhode Island, 2-1-64 1.000 Marvin Barnes (10-10) vs. Pennsylvania, 3-15-73 Season: .722 Randall Hanke (83-115), 2003-04 Career: .668 Randall Hanke (450-674), 2004-06, 08-09 Three Point Field Goals Game: 10 Donta Wade vs. Notre Dame, 2-23-00 Season: 98 Bryce Cotton, 2012-13 Career: 274 Donnie McGrath, 2002-06 Consec.: 14 Donnie McGrath, 2004-05 Three Point Field Goal Attempts 17 Donta Wade vs. Notre Dame, 2-23-00 Game: Season: 269 Bryce Cotton, 2012-13 Career: 753 Donnie McGrath, 2002-06 Three Point Field Goal Percentage Game: 1.000 Donnie McGrath (9-9) vs. VIRGINIA, 2-2-05 Season: .465 Sheiku Kabba (20-43), 2000-01 Career: .463 Matt Palazzi (57-123), 1988-89 Free Throws Game: 18 18 18 Season: 238 Career 489 Consec.: 57

Eric Murdock vs. VILLANOVA, 3-2-91 Jimmy Walker vs. Boston College, 1-6-65 Bryce Cotton vs. FAIRFIELD, 11-29-13 Eric Murdock, 1990-91 Ryan Gomes, 2001-05 Austin Croshere, 1996-97

Free Throw Attempts Game: 22 Rudy Williams vs. Brown, 1-9-80 Season: 293 Eric Murdock, 1990-91 Career: 620 Ryan Gomes, 2001-05 Free Throw Percentage Game: 1.000 Eric Murdock (17-17) vs. Seton Hall, 1-2-91 Season: .941 Joe Hassett (64-68), 1976-77 Career: .873 Sharaud Curry (213-244), 2005-07, 08-09 Rebounds Game: 34 Marvin Barnes vs. BUFFALO STATE, 12-8-71 Season: 597 Marvin Barnes, 1973-74 Career: 1592 Marvin Barnes, 1971-74 Rebound Average Season: 19.0 Marvin Barnes, 1972-73 Career: 17.9 Marvin Barnes, 1971-74 Games Season: 36 Career: 135 Starts: 134

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Five players from 1996-97 team LaDontae Henton, 2011-15 LaDontae Henton, 2011-15

Vin Ernst vs. DePAUL, 2-7-63 and CATHOLIC, 2-9-63 Vincent Council vs. BROWN, 12-6-10 Carlton Screen vs. Syracuse, 1-20-90 Ernie DiGregorio, 1972-73 Vincent Council, 2009-13

Assist Average Season: 8.7 Vin Ernst, 1962-63 Career: 7.7 Ernie DiGregorio, 1970-73 Steals Game: 11 Season: 139 Career: 385

John Linehan vs. RUTGERS, 1-22-02 John Linehan, 2001-02 John Linehan, 1997-02

Steals Average John Linehan, 2001-02 Season: 4.5 Career: 3.21 Eric Murdock, 1987-91 Blocked Shots Game: 12 Season: 159 Career: 363

Marvin Barnes vs. BUFFALO STATE, 12-8-71 Marvin Barnes, 1973-74 Marvin Barnes, 1971-74

Turnovers 13 Game: Season: 140 Career: 389

Dwight Williams vs. Boston College, 12-11-76 Dwight Williams, 1977-78 Geoff McDermott, 2005-09

Personal Fouls Season: 126 Career: 410

Steve Wright, 1986-87 Kadeem Batts, 2010-14

Disqualifications Steve Wright, 1986-87 Season: 11 Career: 25 Kadeem Batts, 2010-14

Opponents Individual Game Records POINTS: Tom Stith, St. Bonaventure 2-9-60 46 46 Dominique Jones, SO. FLORIDA 1-23-10 Doug McDermott, Creighton 3-8-14 45 42 Calvin Murphy, NIAGARA 1-27-68 41 Bill Bradley, Princeton 3-13-65 Bevo Francis, Rio Grande 12-5-53 41 40 Fly Williams, AUSTIN PEAY 12-15-73 David Thompson, NC State 3-14-74 40 FIELD GOAL ATT.: Calvin Murphy, NIAGARA 1-27-68 33 John Ramsey, SETON HALL 2-8-75 33 33 Bevo Francis, Rio Grande 12-5-53 FIELD GOALS: Tom Stith, St. Bonaventure 2-9-60 19 FREE THROW ATT.: Curtis Kidd, ARK.-LITTLE ROCK 12-23-85 22 FREE THROWS: Jose Powell, NEW HAMPSHIRE 11-22-91 16 16 Lamont Middleton, St. John’s 1-5-93 16 Lou Murgo, Brown 1-14-53 Danya Abrams, BOSTON COLLEGE 1-10-95 16 REBOUNDS: Julius Erving, UMass 12-2-69 28 M.C. Thompson, DePaul 12-18-61 28 ASSISTS: Sherman Douglas, Syracuse 1-28-89 22 BLOCKS: Sean Williams, BOSTON COLLEGE 11-22-06 12 STEALS: Gary Massey, Villanova 2-20-88 9 12 TURNOVERS: Matt Brady, SIENA 12-11-86 Vonteego Cummings, PITTSBURGH 1-10-98 12 MINUTES: Kevin Conrad, Mike Kanieski, Dayton 1-28-82 62


All-Time Records Team Records Points Half: 65 vs. Pittsburgh, 2-10-90 Game: 120 vs. American-Puerto Rico (60), 11-27-99 Season: 2947 1986-87 Scoring Average Season: 89.7 1972-73 Field Goals Game: 50 vs. American-Puerto Rico, 11-27-99 Season: 1199 1973-74 Field Goal Attempts Game: 98 vs. Seton Hall, 2-9-74 Season: 2402 1973-74 Field Goal Percentage Game .688 vs. Alabama (33-48), 3-19-87 Season: .512 1976-77 (962-1880) Three Point Field Goals 17 vs. LOYOLA-CHICAGO, 1-19-04, VILLANOVA, 2-4-09 Game: Season: 280 1986-87 Three Point Field Goal Attempts Game: 34 vs. CONNECTICUT, 1-22-92 Season: 665 1986-87 Three Point Field Goal Percentage Game: .737 vs. GEORGETOWN (14-19), 2-10-01 Season: .421 1986-87 (280-665)

Free Throw Percentage Game: 1.000 vs. VILLANOVA (28-28), 3-2-87 Season: .782 2013-14 (650-831) Rebounds Game: 78 vs. BUFFALO STATE, 12-8-71 78 vs. ASSUMPTION, 12-4-64 Season: 1544 1973-74 Offensive Rebounds Game: 30 vs. CONNECTICUT, 1-22-92, vs. Marquette, 3-4-06 Season: 560 1990-91 Rebounding Average Season: 53.7 1954-55 Rebound Margin Season: 10.2 1959-60 Assists Game: 33 33 Season: 640 Average: 20.3

vs. Connecticut, 3-8-75 vs. CANISIUS, 1-7-78 1973-74 1972-73

Turnovers 40 vs. Fordham, 12-28-71 Game: Season: 550 1991-92 Steals Game: 24 vs. BROWN, 12-21-96 Season 332 1985-86 Average: 10.7 1985-86

Free Throws Game: 42 vs. BOSTON COLLEGE, 2-4-64 Season: 675 1986-87

Blocks Game: 16 vs. VILLANOVA, 1-11-05 Season: 260 1973-74 Average: 8.1 1973-74

Free Throw Attempts Game: 59 vs. WEST VIRGINIA, 1-5-99 Season: 949 1991-92

Fouls Game: 39 vs. Bates, 2-9-49 Season: 966 1986-87 For Opponent’s Team Game records, see page 141 For Opponent’s Team Season records, see page 140

GAME

Most Points: 120 vs. American-Puerto Rico (60), 11-27-99 Most Points, Half: 67 vs. Seton Hall, 3-9-10 (BET) Most Points, Half, Opponent: 67 by Pittsburgh, 2-10-90 Fewest Points: 12 vs. Crescent Athletic Club (40), 1-1-27 Fewest Points, Half: 4 vs. Crescent Athletic Club, 1-1-27 Fewest Points, Half (Modern): 11 vs. Connecticut, 2-5-02 Fewest Field Goals, Half: 1 vs. Crescent Athletic Club, 1-1-27 Fewest Field Goals, Half (Modern): 4 vs. Connecticut, 2-5-02 4 vs. Kentucky, 11-30-14 Lowest Field Goal Percentage, Half: .118 vs. Connecticut, (4-34) 2-5-02 Most Points Allowed: 118 vs. Arkansas, 1-23-99 Most Points Allowed, Half: 67 vs. Pittsburgh, 2-10-90 Fewest Points Allowed: 7 vs. NEW HAMPSHIRE, 2-13-32 Fewest Points Allowed, Half: 2 vs. NEW HAMPSHIRE, 2-13-32 Fewest Points Allowed, Half (Modern): 12 vs. NEW HAMPSHIRE, 12-5-92 Fewest Field Goals Allowed, Half: 0 vs. NEW HAMPSHIRE, 2-13-32 Fewest Field Goals Allowed, Half (Modern): 2 vs. RUTGERS, 1-9-08 Lowest Field Goal Pct. Allowed, Half: .100 vs. RUTGERS, (2-20) 1-9-08 Most Points Combined: 219, Providence 102 - Pittsburgh 117, 2-10-90 219, Providence 108 - Chaminade 111 OT, 11-25-91 Fewest Points Combined: 30, Providence 23 - NEW HAMPSHIRE 7, 2-13-32 Most Offensive Rebounds, Opponent: 32 by Georgetown, 3-3-99 32 by RHODE ISLAND, 12-4-04 Margin of Victory: 64, PROVIDENCE 80 - NEWPORT NAVAL 16, 12-13-30 Margin of Defeat: 54, Holy Cross 101 - Providence 47, 12-17-54

SEASON

Most Games Played: 36, 1996-97

Most Games Won: 28, 1973-74 Most Regular Season Wins: 26, 1973-74 Best Regular Season Record: 22-1, 1964-65 Highest Winning Percentage: .923 (24-2), 1964-65 Most Home Games Won: 17, 1990-91 Most Away/Neutral Games Won: 15, 1928-29 Fewest Home Games Won: 0, 1927-28 Fewest Away/Neutral Games Won: 0, 1987-88 Most Games Lost: 20, 1984-85 Fewest Games Won: 4, 1938-39 Fewest Losses: 2, 1964-65 Most Home Games Lost: 10, 1984-85 Most Away/Neutral Games Lost: 13, 1948-49 Fewest Home Games Lost: 0, 15 times -1973-74 (Most Recent) Fewest Away/Neutral Games Lost: 2, 1964-65 + 1962-63 Longest Winning Streak: 19, 1964-65 Longest Losing Streak: 12, 1948-49 Longest Home Winning Streak: 56, 1971-74 Longest Dunkin’ Donuts Center Winning Streak: 41, 1972-74 Lowest Scoring Average: 28.6, 1926-27 Largest Scoring Margin: +15.9, 1942-43 Largest Scoring Margin Deficit: -9.8, 1948-49 Opponent Fewest Points Scored: 459, 1929-30 Consecutive Winning Seasons: 12, 1955-67 Consecutive Losing Seasons: 5, 1978-83 Consecutive 20-Win Seasons: 9, 1958-67 Consecutive NIT Appearances: 5, 1959-63 Consecutive NCAA Appearances: 3, 1964-66 + 1972-74 Consecutive Postseason Appearances: 9, 1959-67 Overtime Games: 6, 2013-14 Double Overtime Games: 4, 2013-14

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Records By Class Senior

Junior

Sophomore

Freshman

POINTS Jimmy Walker 1967 851 Jimmy Walker 1966 662 Jamine Peterson 2010 609 LaDontae Henton 2012 457 Eric Murdock 1991 818 Bryce Cotton 2013 630 Ryan Gomes 2003 589 Bob Cooper 1974 384 Marshon Brooks 2011 788 Jim Hadnot 1961 561 Marvin Barnes 1972 584 Ryan Gomes 2002 332 SCORING AVERAGE Jimmy Walker 1967 30.4 Jimmy Walker 1966 24.5 Marvin Barnes 1972 21.6 John Arzoomanian 1945 19.7 John Thompson 1964 26.2 Robert Moran 1953 20.8 Johnny Egan 1959 20.9 LaDontae Henton 2012 14.3 Bryce Cotton 2013 19.7 Jimmy Walker 1965 20.5 Ryan Gomes 2002 13.8 Eric Murdock 1991 25.6 FIELD GOALS Ernie DiGregorio 1973 348 Jimmy Walker 1967 323 Marvin Barnes 1974 297

Jimmy Walker 1966 248 Joe Hassett 1976 248 Kevin Stacom 1973 238

Joe Hassett 1975 244 Marvin Barnes 1972 236 Jamine Peterson 2010 233

Bob Cooper 1974 171 LaDontae Henton 2012 168 Billy Fields 1979 146

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS Ernie DiGregorio 1973 728 Jimmy Walker 1967 659 Marvin Barnes 1974 596

Joe Hassett 1976 514 Jimmy Walker 1966 488 Vincent Council 2012 471

Jamine Peterson 2010 500 Joe Hassett 1975 486 Marvin Barnes 1972 462

LaDontae Henton 2012 370 Billy Fields 1979 315 Gerard Coleman 2011 301

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Randall Hanke 2009 .661 Herbert Hill 2007 .640 Bob Cooper 1977 .623

Otis Thorpe 1983 Randall Hanke 2008 Marques Bragg 1991

Randall Hanke 2006 .677 Bill Eason 1976 .579 Marques Bragg 1990 .561

Randall Hanke 2005 .722 Bob Cooper 1974 .572 Ryan Gomes 2002 .559

.636 .633 .600

FREE THROWS God Shammgod 1996 98 Eric Murdock 1991 238 Jimmy Walker 1966 166 Ryan Gomes 2003 163 Bryce Cotton 2014 226 Jamel Thomas 1998 156 John Egan 1959 140 Weyinmi Efejuku 2006 78 Jimmy Walker 1967 205 Bryce Cotton 2013 142 Robert Moran 1952 125 Geoff McDermott 2006 77 God Shammgod 1997 125 LaDontae Henton 2012 77 FREE THROW ATTEMPTS God Shammgod 1996 142 Eric Murdock 1991 293 Jim Hadnot 1961 220 Michael Smith 1992 202 Michael Smith 1993 218 Ryan Gomes 2003 194 Geoff McDermott 2006 133 Bryce Cotton 2014 265 Jimmy Walker 1967 256 Jimmy Walker 1966 215 God Shammgod 1997 188 Ryan Gomes 2002 111 Weyinmi Efejuku 2006 111 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Joe Hassett 1977 .941 Ryan Gomes 2004 .870 Dwain Williams 2008 .902 John Linehan 1998 .907 .902 Fran Costello 1972 .867 Sharaud Curry 2007 .901 Sharaud Curry 2006 .891 Bill Blair 1966 Austin Croshere 1997 .888 Mark McAndrew 1975 .863 Bryce Cotton 2012 .891 Maris Laksa 2001 .882 REBOUNDS Marvin Barnes 1974 597 Marvin Barnes 1973 571 Jim Hadnot 1960 473 LaDontae Henton 2012 274 John Thompson 1964 378 Jim Hadnot 1961 475 Marvin Barnes 1972 424 Geoff McDermott 2006 243 Jim Hadnot 1962 351 John Thompson 1963 392 Michael Smith 1992 319 Bill Eason 1975 236

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REBOUNDS AVERAGE Marvin Barnes 1974 18.7 John Thompson 1964 14.5 Jim Hadnot 1962 13.5

Marvin Barnes 1973 19.0 Jim Hadnot 1961 16.3 John Thompson 1963 14.0

Jim Hadnot 1960 16.3 Marvin Barnes 1972 15.7 John Ritch 1955 14.2

Geoff McDermott 2006 9.0 LaDontae Henton 2012 8.6 Bill Eason 1975 7.9

MINUTES Bryce Cotton 2014 1398 LaDontae Henton 2015 1257 Billy Donovan 1987 1234

LaDontae Henton 2014 1299 Bryce Cotton 2013 1209 Vincent Council 2012 1200

Bryce Cotton 2012 1234 God Shammgod 1997 1221 LaDontae Henton 2013 1162

LaDontae Henton 2012 1191 Donnie McGrath 2003 1071 Ricky Tucker 1980 992

ASSISTS Ernie DiGregorio 1973 267 Vin Ernst 1963 243 Billy Donovan 1987 243

Vincent Council 2012 231 Ernie DiGregorio 1972 214 Carlton Screen 1989 198

Kris Dunn 2015 247 God Shammgod 1997 239 Vincent Council 2011 189

God Shammgod 1996 189 Ricky Tucker 1980 143 Vincent Council 2010 141

STEALS John Linehan 2002 139 Eric Murdock 1991 111 Harold Starks 1986 84

Carlton Screen 1989 101 Dwight Williams 1978 93 John Linehan 2001 81

John Linehan 1999 Eric Murdock 1989 Kris Dunn 2015

98 97 90

Eric Murdock 1988 90 John Linehan 1998 50 Geoff McDermott 2006 49

BLOCKED SHOTS Marvin Barnes 1974 159 Marcus Douthit 2004 92 Herbert Hill 2007 91

Marvin Barnes 1973 137 Marcus Douthit 2003 97 Karim Shabazz 2000 54

Bob Cooper 1975 Marvin Barnes 1972 Steve Wright 1986

87 67 63

Bob Cooper 1974 101 Randall Hanke 2005 62 Bilal Dixon 2010 59


Big East Career & Individual Leaders Points

Three Point Goals Attempts

Rebound Average

Season Name Marshon Brooks Eric Murdock Bryce Cotton

Years 2010-11 1990-91 2013-14

Season Name Years Atts. Bryce Cotton 2012-13 157 2011-12 134 Bryce Cotton Donnie McGrath 2005-06 124

Season Name Years Avg. Michael Smith 1993-94 12.2 1992-93 11.7 Michael Smith Michael Smith 1991-92 11.1

Career Name Ryan Gomes Eric Murdock Jamel Thomas

Years 2002-05 1988-91 1996-99

Career Name Years Atts. Bryce Cotton 2010-14 422 Donnie McGrath 2003-06 392 1996-99 359 Jamel Thomas

Career Name Years Avg. 1991-94 11.7 Michael Smith Geoff McDermott 2006-09 8.8 1981-84 8.7 Otis Thorpe

Points 468 435 421 Points 1173 1145 1135

Scoring Average

Three Point Goal Percentage

Season Name Years Pct. Maris Laksa 2000-01 .489 Ernie Lewis 1986-87 .482 2007-08 .478 Dwain Williams

Season Name Years Mins. 2013-14 754 Bryce Cotton Bryce Cotton 2011-12 710 2010-11 696 Marshon Brooks

Career Name Years Avg. 2002-05 18.3 Ryan Gomes Eric Murdock 1988-91 18.2 1982-83 17.8 Ron Jackson

Career (2 yrs. min.) Name Years Pct. Dwain Williams 2006-08 .444 1998-99 .411 Sean Connolly Delray Brooks 1987-88 .410

Career Name Years Mins. LaDontae Henton 2011-15 2660 2009-13 2498 Vincent Council Bryce Cotton 2010-14 2385

Season Name Years Avg. 1990-91 27.2 Eric Murdock 2010-11 26.0 Marshon Brooks Bryce Cotton 2013-14 23.4

Minutes

Free Throws Made

Assists

Season Name Years Goals Marshon Brooks 2010-11 162 Jamine Peterson 2009-10 138 Ryan Gomes 2004-05 136

Season Name Years Goals 2013-14 130 Bryce Cotton Eric Murdock 1990-91 129 Marshon Brooks 2010-11 107

Season Name Years Assists Kris Dunn 2014-15 139 Vincent Council 2011-12 136 Abdul Abdullah 1993-94 131

Career Name Years Goals Ryan Gomes 2002-05 435 Eric Murdock 1988-91 390 Jamel Thomas 1996-99 390

Career Name Years Goals 1988-91 263 Eric Murdock Ryan Gomes 2002-05 254 Bryce Cotton 2010-14 247

Career Name Vincent Council Carlton Screen Billy Donovan

Field Goals Made

Years 2009-13 1987-90 1984-87

Assists 454 279 278

Field Goal Attempts

Free Throw Attempts

Season Name Years Atts. Marshon Brooks 2010-11 344 Jamel Thomas 1998-99 321 Eric Murdock 1990-91 301

Season Name Years Atts. Bryce Cotton 2013-14 158 Eric Murdock 1990-91 154 Eric Williams 1993-94 145

Season Name Years TO Jamel Thomas 1998-99 87 Kris Dunn 2014-15 75 2007-08 67 Geoff McDermott

Career Name Years Atts. Jamel Thomas 1995-99 954 Eric Murdock 1988-91 884 Ryan Gomes 2002-05 864 LaDontae Henton 2011-15 864

Career Name Years Atts. 1992-94 340 Michael Smith Eric Murdock 1988-91 339 Otis Thorpe 1981-84 328

Career Name Years TO Jamel Thomas 1996-99 239 Geoff McDermott 2006-09 231 Vincent Council 2009-13 222

Field Goal Percentage

Free Throw Percentage

Season (50 or more attempts) Name Years Pct. Randall Hanke 2004-05 .759 Randall Hanke 2008-09 .647 Otis Thorpe 1982-83 .642

Season (40 or more attempts) Name Years Pct. 1996-97 .933 Austin Croshere Donnie McGrath 2004-05 .926 Matt Palazzi 1988-89 .900 2005-06 .900 Sharaud Curry

Career (100 or more attempts) Name Years Pct. Randall Hanke 2005-09 .645 Herbert Hill 2003-07 .579 Marques Bragg 1989-92 .576

Career (40 or more attempts) Name Years Pct. Sharaud Curry 2006-10 .879 Austin Croshere 1994-97 .856 Maris Laksa 2001-04 .832

Three Point Goals Made

Rebounds

Season Name Years Goals Bryce Cotton 2012-13 56 Ernie Lewis 1986-87 55 Bryce Cotton 2011-12 49

Season Name Years Rebs 1993-94 220 Michael Smith Michael Smith 1992-93 211 Michael Smith 1991-92 199

Career Name Years Goals Bryce Cotton 2010-14 156 Donnie McGrath 2003-06 142 Jamel Thomas 1996-99 128 Sharaud Curry 2006-10 128

Career Name Years Rebs Michael Smith 1991-94 630 Geoff McDermott 2006-09 598 LaDontae Henton 2011-15 563

Turnovers

Steals Season Name John Linehan John Linehan Eric Murdock

Years 2001-02 1998-99 1987-88

Steals 77 60 55

Career Name Years Steals John Linehan 1998-02 226 Eric Murdock 1988-91 197 Vincent Council 2009-13 109

Blocked Shots Season Name Years Blocks Marcus Douthit 2002-03 57 Herbert Hill 2006-07 52 Marcus Douthit 2003-04 49 Career Name Marcus Douthit Herbert Hill Randall Hanke

Years 2001-04 2003-07 2005-09

Blocks 151 110 94

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Scoring Records Points Scored

Jimmy

Game

WALKER

Season

Name Jimmy Walker Eric Murdock Marshon Brooks Bryce Cotton Ernie DiGregorio Marvin Barnes Billy Donovan John Thompson Ryan Gomes LaDontae Henton Jimmy Walker Jamel Thomas Austin Croshere Bryce Cotton Jamine Peterson Kevin Stacom

Career

Name Ryan Gomes LaDontae Henton Jimmy Walker Eric Murdock Bryce Cotton Jamel Thomas Marvin Barnes Joe Hassett Bruce Campbell Ernie DiGregorio Marshon Brooks Otis Thorpe Sharaud Curry Austin Croshere John Thompson Weyinmi Efejuku Vincent Council Jim Hadnot John Egan Bob Cooper Billy Donovan Erron Maxey Kadeem Batts Donnie McGrath Jim Larranaga Robert Moran Dickey Simpkins Len Wilkens Michael Brown Bill Eason Kevin Stacom Marty Conlon Geoff McDermott Billy Fields Michael Smith Rudy Williams Jim Benedict Jim Schlimm Carlton Screen Randall Hanke Steve Wright Jerry Scott Mike Pascale Derrick Brown Ray Flynn Eric Williams

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Scoring Average

Name Marvin Barnes Marshon Brooks Jimmy Walker Eric Murdock Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker Eric Murdock Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker John Thompson Jim Hadnot Marshon Brooks Ernie DiGregorio Jerry Scott John Egan Eric Murdock Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker

Game Points AUSTIN PEAY (12-15-73) 52 NOTRE DAME (2-23-11) 52 Boston College (12-30-65) 50 PITTSBURGH (1-23-91) 48 Holy Cross ( 2-25-67) 47 RHODE ISLAND (2-23-67) 46 Arizona (12-23-90) 45 Canisius (1-7-67) 44 Santa Clara (12-19-66) 43 San Francisco (12-21-66) 43 FAIRFIELD (12-10-63) 43 HOLY CROSS (3-3-62) 43 Georgetown (2-5-11) 43 St. John’s (3-3-73) 41 MICHIGAN STATE (12-20-80) 41 SCRANTON (1-28-61) 41 Seton Hall (1-2-91) 40 BOSTON COLLEGE (1-15-66) 40 SETON HALL (1-28-67) 40

Year 1966-67 1990-91 2010-11 2013-14 1972-73 1973-74 1986-87 1963-64 2004-05 2014-15 1965-66 1998-99 1996-97 2012-13 2009-10 1973-74

Games 28 32 32 35 31 32 34 26 31 34 27 30 36 32 31 32

Points 851 818 788 763 761 706 702 681 670 669 662 661 643 630 609 592

Average 30.39 25.56 24.63 21.80 24.55 22.06 20.65 26.19 21.61 19.68 24.52 22.03 17.86 19.69 19.65 18.50

Years 2001-05 2011-15 1964-67 1987-91 2010-14 1995-99 1971-74 1973-77 1974-78 1970-73 2007-11 1980-84 2005-10 1993-97 1961-64 2005-09 2009-13 1959-62 1958-61 1973-77 1983-87 1997-01 2010-14 2002-06 1968-71 1951-54 1990-94 1957-60 1992-96 1974-78 1972-74 1986-90 2005-09 1978-82 1991-84 1977-81 1963-66 1949-52 1986-90 2004-09 1984-88 1977-81 1954-57 1995-97 1960-63 1993-95

Games 116 135 81 117 130 124 89 124 122 86 113 113 119 121 79 120 118 84 80 123 122 120 122 118 77 69 125 80 123 116 63 103 122 108 94 95 79 70 109 119 123 97 66 64 82 60

Points 2138 2059 2045 2021 1975 1971 1839 1828 1809 1760 1629 1625 1606 1523 1520 1500 1499 1467 1434 1424 1328 1306 1289 1282 1258 1251 1226 1193 1163 1159 1143 1135 1122 1116 1110 1096 1086 1078 1076 1064 1060 1045 1035 1034 1025 1001

Average 18.43 15.25 25.25 17.27 15.19 15.90 20.66 14.74 14.83 20.47 14.42 14.38 13.50 12.59 19.24 12.50 12.70 17.46 17.93 11.58 10.89 10.88 10.57 10.86 16.34 18.13 9.81 14.91 9.46 9.99 18.14 11.02 9.20 10.33 11.81 11.54 13.75 15.40 9.87 8.94 8.62 10.77 15.68 15.16 12.50 16.68

Season

Name Jimmy Walker John Thompson Eric Murdock Marshon Brooks Ernie DiGregorio Jimmy Walker Marvin Barnes Jamel Thomas Bryce Cotton Marvin Barnes Ryan Gomes John Egan Bob Moran Billy Donovan Jimmy Walker Bryce Cotton LaDontae Henton John Arzoomanian Jamine Peterson Jimmy Stone

Career

Name Jimmy Walker Marvin Barnes Ernie DiGregorio John Thompson Ryan Gomes Kevin Stacom Bob Moran John Egan Jim Hadnot Ron Jackson Eric Murdock Eric Williams Jim Larranaga Derrick Brown Jamel Thomas Mike Pascale Jim Schlimm Ted McConnon LaDontae Henton Bryce Cotton Len Wilkens Walt DiMasi

Year 1966-67 1963-64 1990-91 2010-11 1972-73 1965-66 1973-74 1998-99 2013-14 1971-72 2004-05 1958-59 1952-53 1986-87 1964-65 2012-13 2014-15 1944-45 2009-10 1963-64

Year 1964-67 1971-74 1970-73 1961-64 2001-05 1972-74 1951-54 1958-61 1959-62 1981-83 1987-91 1993-95 1968-71 1995-97 1995-99 1955-57 1949-52 1941-43 2011-15 2010-14 1957-60 1957-58

Games 28 26 32 32 31 27 32 30 35 27 31 24 22 34 26 32 34 12 31 25

Games 81 89 86 79 116 63 69 80 84 56 117 60 77 64 124 66 70 32 135 130 80 24

Points 851 681 818 788 761 662 706 661 763 584 670 502 455 702 532 630 669 236 609 487

Average 30.39 26.19 25.58 24.63 24.55 24.52 22.06 22.03 21.80 21.63 21.61 20.92 20.68 20.65 20.46 19.69 19.68 19.67 19.65 19.48

Points 2045 1839 1760 1520 2138 1143 1251 1434 1467 971 2021 1001 1258 1034 1971 1035 1078 489 2059 1975 1193 357

Average 25.25 20.66 20.47 19.24 18.43 18.14 18.13 17.93 17.46 17.34 17.27 16.68 16.34 16.16 15.90 15.68 15.40 15.28 15.25 15.19 14.91 14.88

Percentage of Team’s Points Season

Name Jimmy Walker John Arzoomanian Eddie Wineapple John Thompson John Kreiger Marshon Brooks Jimmy Walker Allen Brachen Eric Murdock Bryce Cotton Ryan Gomes Jamel Thomas John Kreiger Ted McConnon Jamel Thomas LaDontae Henton John Egan Marvin Barnes Bryce Cotton Ernie DiGregorio John Krieger Rudy Williams

Year 1966-67 1944-45 1928-29 1963-64 1927-28 2010-11 1965-66 1932-33 1990-91 2013-14 2004-05 1998-99 1929-30 1941-42 1997-98 2014-15 1958-59 1971-72 2012-13 1972-73 1928-29 1978-79

Games Points Team’s Pts. 28 851 2172 12 236 639 20 278 779 26 681 2019 16 159 480 32 788 2426 27 662 2055 16 208 669 32 818 2861 35 763 2566 31 670 2308 30 661 2284 18 192 666 20 309 1090 29 536 1896 34 669 2370 24 502 1809 27 584 2115 32 630 2299 31 761 2782 20 212 779 26 461 1692

Pct. 39.2 36.9 35.7 33.7 33.1 32.5 32.2 31.1 30.5 29.7 29.0 28.9 28.8 28.34 28.27 28.23 27.8 27.6 27.40 27.35 27.2 27.2


Scoring Records Career

Name Jimmy Walker John Krieger Allen Brachen Ron Jackson John Thompson Ernie DiGregorio Jim Hadnot Robert Moran Ryan Gomes Marvin Barnes John Egan Jim Schlimm Otis Thorpe Mike Pascale Lenny Wilkens LaDontae Henton Eric Williams

Yearly Scoring Leaders Year 1964-67 1927-31 1930-34 1981-83 1961-64 1970-73 1952-62 1951-54 2001-05 1971-74 1958-61 1949-52 1980-84 1954-57 1957-60 2011-15 1993-95

Games Points Teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Pts. 81 2045 6330 73 742 2625 75 773 2869 56 971 3662 79 1520 6119 86 1760 7130 84 1467 6031 69 1251 5155 116 2138 8865 89 1839 7667 80 1434 5969 70 1078 4718 113 1625 7303 66 1035 4636 80 1193 5422 135 2059 9438 60 1001 4594

Pct. 32.3 28.3 26.9 26.5 24.8 24.7 24.3 24.3 24.1 24.0 24.0 22.8 22.3 22.3 22.0 21.82 21.79

Points Per Minute Season

Name Jimmy Walker Eric Murdock John Thompson Ernie DiGregorio Marshon Brooks Jamel Thomas Jamine Peterson Jimmy Walker Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Eric Williams Ryan Gomes Billy Donovan Herbert Hill Bryce Cotton Jimmy Walker

Year 1966-67 1990-91 1963-64 1972-73 2010-11 1998-99 2009-10 1965-66 1971-72 1973-74 1993-94 2004-05 1986-87 2006-07 2013-14 1964-65

Games Points Minutes Pts/Min 28 851 1111 0.766 32 818 1111 0.736 26 681 996 0.684 31 761 1116 0.682 32 788 1168 0.675 30 661 984 0.672 31 609 941 0.647 27 661 1054 0.627 27 584 931 0.627 32 706 1158 0.610 30 470 781 0.602 31 670 1161 0.577 34 702 1234 0.569 31 560 990 0.566 35 763 1398 0.546 26 532 976 0.545

Career Name Jimmy Walker Marvin Barnes Marshon Brooks Ernie DiGregorio Eric Murdock Eric Williams Jamel Thomas Ryan Gomes Kevin Stacom Matt Palazzi Bruce Campbell Joe Hassett Bob Cooper Ron Jackson

Years 1964-67 1971-74 2007-11 1970-73 1987-91 1993-95 1995-99 2001-05 1972-74 1984-89 1974-78 1973-77 1973-77 1981-83

Games Points Minutes Pts/Min 81 2045 3141 0.651 89 1839 3134 0.587 113 1629 2855 0.571 86 1760 3154 0.558 117 2021 3648 0.554 60 1001 1822 0.549 124 1971 3707 0.532 116 2138 4077 0.524 63 1143 2251 0.508 91 819 1647 0.497 122 1809 3764 0.481 124 1828 3809 0.480 123 1424 3023 0.471 56 971 2127 0.465

Joe Hassett is one of only seven players to lead PC in scoring three straight years. He scored 1828 points for his career.

Season 1920-21 1921-22 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

Player Fred Bentley Joseph McGee Hector Allen John Krieger Eddie Wineapple John Krieger Allen Brachen Allen Brachen Allen Brachen Allen Brachen Bill Kutniewski Ed Bobinski Ed Bobinski John Crowley Steve Fallon Joe Kwasniewski John Lee Ted McConnon Ted McConnon John Arzoomanian Henri Ethier John Sullivan Ferdinand Sowa Francis Pelligrino James Schlimm James Schlimm Robert Moran Robert Moran Robert Moran Mike Pascale Mike Pascale John Ritch Lenny Wilkens John Egan James Hadnot James Hadnot James Hadnot Raymond Flynn John Thompson John Thompson James Walker James Walker James Walker Alphonse Hayes James Larranaga James Larranaga Ernest DiGregorio Marvin Barnes Ernest DiGregorio Marvin Barnes Joe Hassett Joe Hassett Joe Hassett Bruce Campbell Rudy Williams Jerry Scott Rich Hunger Ron Jackson Ron Jackson Otis Thorpe Donald Brown Billy Donovan Billy Donovan Delray Brooks Eric Murdock Eric Murdock Eric Murdock Marques Bragg Michael Smith Eric Williams Eric Williams Austin Croshere Austin Croshere Jamel Thomas Jamel Thomas Erron Maxey Erron Maxey Abdul Mills Ryan Gomes Ryan Gomes Ryan Gomes Donnie McGrath Herbert Hill Jeff Xavier Weyinmi Efejuku Jamine Peterson Marshon Brooks Vincent Council Bryce Cotton Bryce Cotton LaDontae Henton

GMS 3 4 16 16 20 18 19 24 16 16 22 20 14 16 9 10 17 20 12 12 17 18 20 19 23 24 21 22 26 21 22 24 24 24 29 29 26 28 28 26 26 27 28 25 24 25 28 27 31 32 31 32 29 31 26 27 28 27 29 29 31 31 34 28 29 28 32 30 33 30 30 30 36 29 30 30 31 29 32 29 31 27 31 31 33 31 32 31 32 35 34

FG(3pt) 12 5 47 52 114 72 77 87 85 66 67 79 51 68 39 38 78 142 83 83 101 60 82 70 144 152 127 158 132 132 108 140 137 181 170 214 198 239 208 260 211 248 323 157 179 155 217 236 348 297 244 248 240 203 186 175 111 185 220 167 135 183 203 (97) 118 (67) 164 (44) 147 (42) 262 (56) 124 (0) 135 (0) 166 (0) 184 (29) 151 (47) 200 (61) 163 (54) 225 (58) 188 (7) 134 (2) 127 (61) 213 (0) 192 (29) 247 (52) 136 (77) 240 (0) 132 (76) 165 (40) 233 (51) 276 (67) 184 (29) 195 (98) 230 (77) 230 (64)

FT 16 23 23 55 50 48 26 52 38 27 43 43 31 21 13 21 19 25 14 70 34 28 50 22 69 72 125 139 153 110 114 66 84 140 89 133 81 51 113 161 110 166 205 75 109 98 88 112 65 112 22 28 64 133 89 54 115 69 85 162 25 103 199 76 99 96 238 92 119 138 134 109 182 156 153 61 83 105 163 134 124 60 80 43 147 92 169 95 142 226 145

PTS 40 33 117 159 278 192 180 226 208 159 177 201 133 157 91 97 175 309 180 236 236 148 214 162 357 376 379 455 417 374 330 346 358 502 429 561 477 529 529 681 532 662 851 389 467 408 522 584 761 706 510 544 544 539 461 404 337 439 532 496 295 469 702 379 471 432 818 340 389 470 531 458 643 536 661 444 353 420 589 547 670 409 560 383 517 609 788 492 630 763 669

AVG 13.3 8.3 7.3 9.9 13.9 10.7 9.5 9.4 13.0 9.9 8.0 10.1 9.5 9.8 10.1 9.7 10.3 15.5 15.0 19.7 13.9 8.2 10.7 8.5 15.5 15.7 18.0 20.8 16.0 17.8 15.0 14.4 14.9 20.9 14.8 19.3 18.3 18.9 18.9 26.2 20.5 24.5 30.4 15.6 19.4 16.3 18.6 21.6 24.6 22.1 16.5 17.0 18.8 17.4 17.8 14.9 12.0 16.2 18.3 17.1 9.5 15.1 20.6 13.5 16.2 15.4 25.6 11.3 11.8 15.7 17.7 15.3 17.9 18.5 22.0 14.8 11.4 14.5 18.4 18.9 21.6 15.1 18.1 12.4 15.7 19.6 24.6 15.9 19.7 21.8 19.7

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Field Goals Field Goals Made

Johnny EGAN

Game

Name Marvin Barnes Ernie DiGregorio Marshon Brooks Jimmy Walker Ernie DiGregorio John Egan Jim Hadnot Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker John Thompson Jim Hadnot Ray Flynn Marshon Brooks

Season

Game AUSTIN PEAY (12-15-73) ST. JOHN’S (3-3-73) NOTRE DAME (2-23-11) San Francisco (12-21-66) RHODE ISLAND (2-10-73) SCRANTON (1-28-61) HOLY CROSS (3-3-62) RHODE ISLAND (2-23-67) Canisius (1-7-67) FAIRFIELD (12-10-63) GONZAGA (12-20-60) Scranton (2-22-62) Georgetown (2-5-11)

Season

Name Year Games Goals Ernie DiGregorio 1972-73 31 348 Jimmy Walker 1966-67 28 323 Marvin Barnes 1973-74 32 297 Marshon Brooks 2010-11 32 276 1973-74 32 263 Kevin Stacom 1990-91 32 262 Eric Murdock John Thompson 1963-64 26 260 Jimmy Walker 1965-66 27 248 1975-76 32 248 Joe Hassett Ryan Gomes 2004-05 31 247 1974-75 31 244 Joe Hassett Joe Hassett 1976-77 29 240 Herbert Hill 2006-07 31 240 1962-63 28 239 Ray Flynn Kevin Stacom 1972-73 31 238

Career

Name Year Games Goals Joe Hassett 1973-77 124 840 Ryan Gomes 2001-05 116 784 Jimmy Walker 1964-67 81 781 1971-74 89 770 Marvin Barnes Ernie DiGregorio 1970-73 86 757 1974-78 122 726 Bruce Campbell LaDontae Henton 2011-15 135 724 Eric Murdock 1987-91 117 687 Jamel Thomas 1995-99 124 680 Otis Thorpe 1980-84 113 624 2010-14 130 611 Bryce Cotton Bob Cooper 1973-77 123 596 Marshon Brooks 2010-11 113 587 John Thompson 1961-64 79 584 Jim Hadnot 1959-62 84 582 John Egan 1958-61 80 549 Billy Eason 1974-78 116 534 Erron Maxey 1997-01 120 530 Sharaud Curry 2005-10 119 530 Vincent Council 2009-13 118 514

Field Goal Attempts Game

Name Game Attempts Jimmy Walker Northwestern (12-28-66) 41 Ernie DiGregorio Memphis St. (3-24-73) # 36 Jimmy Walker Boston College (2-18-67) 34 Jimmy Walker RHODE ISLAND (2-23-67) 33 Ernie DiGregorio Rhode Island (2-10-73) 33 Marvin Barnes AUSTIN PEAY (12-15-73) 33 Ron Jackson BOSTON COLLEGE (2-2-83) 32 Eric Murdock Arizona (12-23-90) 32 Ernie DiGregorio St. John’s (3-3-73) 31 Marvin Barnes CANISIUS (2-28-74) 31 Eric Murdock PITTSBURGH (1-23-91) 31 #- NCAA Tournament game $- NIT game

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Goals 23 20 20 19 19 18 18 18 17 17 17 17 17

Name Year Games Attempts Ernie DiGregorio 1972-73 31 728 Jimmy Walker 1966-67 28 659 Marvin Barnes 1973-74 32 596 Eric Murdock 1990-91 32 589 Marshon Brooks 2010-11 32 571 Bryce Cotton 2013-14 35 549 Jamel Thomas 1998-99 30 532 Kevin Stacom 1973-74 32 520 LaDontae Henton 2014-15 34 516 Joe Hassett 1975-76 32 514 John Egan 1960-61 29 510 Jamine Peterson 2009-10 31 500 Ryan Gomes 2004-05 31 498 Jimmy Walker 1965-66 27 488 Joe Hassett 1974-75 31 486

Career Name Years Games Attempts Joe Hassett 1973-77 124 1703 LaDontae Henton 2011-15 135 1655 Jamel Thomas 1995-99 124 1648 Ernie DeGregorio 1970-73 86 1619 1964-67 81 1591 Jimmy Walker Eric Murdock 1987-91 117 1575 2001-05 116 1510 Ryan Gomes 1971-74 89 1494 Marvin Barnes Bruce Campbell 1974-78 122 1475 2010-14 130 1452 Bryce Cotton 2009-13 118 1365 Vincent Council 1958-61 80 1285 John Egan Sharaud Curry 2005-10 119 1275 2007-11 113 1265 Marshon Brooks 1993-97 121 1125 Austin Croshere 1959-62 84 1121 Jim Hadnot

Field Goal Percentage Season (minimum - 100 attempts) Name Randall Hanke Randall Hanke Randall Hanke Herbert Hill Otis Thorpe Randall Hanke Bob Cooper Michael Smith Marques Bragg John Thompson Herbert Hill Otis Thorpe Bill Eason Cal Foster Abdul Shamsid-Deen Herbert Hill

Year 2004-05 2005-06 2008-09 2006-07 1982-83 2007-08 1976-77 1993-94 1990-91 1963-64 2005-06 1983-84 1975-76 1988-89 1988-89 2004-05

Games 30 27 33 31 31 29 29 30 32 26 27 29 31 29 29 30

Career (minimum - 100 made) Name Randall Hanke Herbert Hill Otis Thorpe Bob Cooper Marques Bragg Michael Smith Dexter Westbrook Jonathan Kale John Thompson Nehru King Kevin Stacom Bilal Dixon Billy Eason Rich Hunger Ray Knight Ryan Gomes Ruben Garces Jim Hadnot Marvin Barnes

Year 2004-09 2003-07 1980-84 1973-77 1988-92 1991-94 1964-65 2005-09 1961-64 1970-73 1972-74 2009-12 1974-78 1977-81 1982-85 2001-05 1995-97 1959-62 1971-74

Games 119 99 113 123 104 94 26 113 79 83 63 94 116 105 87 116 65 84 89

FG-FGA Pct. 83-115 .722 149-220 .677 111-170 .653 240-375 .640 204-321 .636 107-169 .633 188-302 .623 144-238 .605 162-270 .600 260-442 .588 99-169 .586 167-288 .580 164-283 .580 77-133 .579 71-123 .577 68-118 .576 FG-FGA Pct. 450- 674 .668 410- 668 .614 624-1086 .575 596-1041 .572 359- 635 .565 387- 699 .554 151- 275 .549 270- 504 .536 584-1100 .5309 308- 584 .5273 501- 951 .5268 227- 432 .525 534-1021 .523 237- 454 .522 201- 381 .520 784-1510 .5192 243- 468 .5192 582-1121 .5191 770-1494 .515


Field Goals Yearly Field Goal Pct. Leaders (100 Attempts) Season Player Games FG FGA Pct. 1949-50 Jim Schlimm 22 144 292 .493 1951-52 Robert Prendergast 19 53 117 .452 1952-53 Robert Prendergast 22 82 192 .427 1954-55 John Ritch 19 114 250 .456 1955-56 Lionel Jenkins 22 61 133 .457 1956-57 Ed Donohue 21 77 190 .405 1957-58 Lenny Wilkens 24 137 316 .434 1958-59 John Egan 24 181 418 .433 1959-60 James Hadnot 29 170 334 .509 1960-61 James Hadnot 29 214 430 .498 1961-62 James Hadnot 26 198 357 .554 1962-63 John Thompson 28 208 395 .527 1963-64 John Thompson 26 260 442 .588 1964-65 Dexter Westbrook 26 151 275 .549 1965-66 William Blair 27 122 229 .532 1966-67 Alphonse Hayes 28 135 255 .529 1967-68 Craig Callen 24 154 309 .494 1968-69 Ray Johnson 24 83 162 .512 1969-70 Craig Callen 25 60 121 .496 1970-71 Ray Johnson 28 76 135 .563 1971-72 Larry Ketvirtis 27 59 106 .557 1972-73 Nehru King 29 108 192 .563 1973-74 Bob Cooper 32 171 299 .572 1974-75 Bob Cooper 30 140 258 .543 1975-76 Bill Eason 31 164 283 .580 1976-77 Bob Cooper 30 140 258 .580 1977-78 Bill Eason 32 168 333 .505 26 186 362 .514 1978-79 Rudy Williams 1979-80 Ricky Tucker 27 94 198 .474 1980-81 Rich Hunger 28 111 205 .541 1981-82 Otis Thorpe 27 153 283 .541 1982-83 Otis Thorpe 31 204 321 .636 29 167 288 .580 1983-84 Otis Thorpe 1984-85 Harold Starks 31 81 148 .547 1985-86 David Kipfer 31 116 224 .518 1986-87 Steve Wright 34 103 190 .542 1987-88 Quinton Burton 28 91 170 .535 29 77 133 .579 1988-89 Cal Foster 1989-90 Marques Bragg 29 60 107 .561 1990-91 Marques Bragg 32 162 270 .600 1991-92 Marques Bragg 30 124 230 .539 1992-93 Michael Smith 33 135 243 .556 30 144 238 .605 1993-94 Michael Smith 1994-95 Troy Brown 30 136 257 .529 1995-96 Ruben Garces 30 94 191 .492 1996-97 Ruben Garces 35 149 277 .538 1997-98 Erron Maxey 29 90 162 .556 30 118 236 .500 1998-99 Erron Maxey 1999-00 Erron Maxey 30 188 394 .477 2000-01 Karim Shabazz 28 91 163 .558 2001-02 Ryan Gomes 24 132 236 .559 2002-03 Rob Sanders 27 74 135 .548 29 192 379 .507 2003-04 Ryan Gomes 2004-05 Randall Hanke 30 83 115 .722 2005-06 Randall Hanke 27 149 220 .677 2006-07 Herbert Hill 31 240 375 .640 2007-08 Randall Hanke 29 107 169 .633 2008-09 Randall Hanke 33 111 170 .653 2009-10 Bilal Dixon 31 105 200 .525 2010-11 Bilal Dixon 32 79 155 .510 2011-12 LaDontae Henton 32 168 370 .454 34 188 393 .478 2012-13 Kadeem Batts 2013-14 Carson Desrosiers 34 46 102 .451 2014-15 Kris Dunn 33 185 390 .474

Three Point Field Goals Made Game

BROOKS Delray Season

Name Donta Wade Donnie McGrath Ernie Lewis Delray Brooks Delray Brooks Billy Donovan Eric Murdock Trent Forbes Michael Brown Jeff Xavier Jeff Xavier Bryce Cotton

Game Goals Notre Dame (2-23-00) 10 VIRGINIA (2-2-05) 9 AMERICAN (11-28-86) 8 Villanova (1-10-87) 8 GEORGETOWN (1-13-88) 7 Miami (1-20-87) 7 PITTSBURGH (1-23-91 7 ARIZONA (12-22-92) 7 SYRACUSE (12-3-95) 7 HARVARD (11-24-07) 7 FLORIDA STATE (12/22/07) 7 Boston College (12-22-12) 7

Season

Name Year Games Bryce Cotton 2012-13 32 Billy Donovan 1986-87 34 1986-87 34 Ernie Lewis Donnie McGrath 2005-06 27 Bryce Cotton 2011-12 32 Bryce Cotton 2013-14 35 Jeff Xavier 2007-08 31 2004-05 30 Donnie McGrath Delray Brooks 1987-88 28 Donnie McGrath 2003-04 29 Marshon Brooks 2010-11 32

Career

Name Years Games Donnie McGrath 2002-06 118 Bryce Cotton 2010-14 130 Sharaud Curry 2005-10 119 Jamel Thomas 1995-99 124 LaDontae Henton 2011-15 135 Eric Murdock 1987-91 117 Michael Brown 1992-96 123 2007-11 113 Marshon Brooks Sheiku Kabba 2000-04 122 Austin Croshere 1993-97 121 Brian McKenzie 2006-10 112 Weyinmi Efejuku 2005-09 120

Goals 98 97 95 77 77 77 76 72 67 67 67 Goals 274 266 207 201 187 169 167 158 148 147 142 140

Three Point Field Goal Attempts Game

Name Game Donta Wade Notre Dame (2-23-00) Billy Donovan Miami (1-20-87) Ernie Lewis AMERICAN (11-28-86) Billy Donovan MAINE (12-27-86) Delray Brooks MARIST (1-2-88) Ernie Lewis SETON HALL (2-17-87) Ernie Lewis Austin Peay (3-14-87) # Dwight Brewington SYRACUSE (1-15-05) Bryce Cotton Boston College (12-22-12) Bryce Cotton ST. JOHN’S (3-2-13) Dwain Williams Notre Dame (1-31-08) Ernie Lewis TULSA (11-29-86) Billy Donovan SIENA (12-11-86) Eric Murdock Seton Hall (2-25-89 Chris Watts OKLAHOMA (3-20-91) $ Trent Forbes ARIZONA (12-22-92) Sean Connolly NOTRE DAME (12-8-98) Bryce Cotton GEORGETOWN (2-18-12)

Season

Name Bryce Cotton Billy Donovan Ernie Lewis Donnie McGrath Bryce Cotton Jeff Xavier Bryce Cotton Marshon Brooks Jeff Xavier LaDontae Henton Abdul Mills

Career

Name Donnie McGrath Bryce Cotton Jamel Thomas Sharaud Curry LaDontae Henton Eric Murdock Marshon Brooks Austin Croshere Sheiku Kabba Michael Brown Brian McKenzie Jeff Xavier John Linehan

Attempts 17 16 15 15 15 14 14 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Year 2012-13 1986-87 1986-87 2005-06 2013-14 2007-08 2011-12 2010-11 2008-09 2014-15 2001-02

Games Attempts 32 269 34 237 34 220 27 218 35 210 31 209 32 203 32 197 33 196 34 189 29 184

Years 2002-06 2010-14 1995-99 2005-10 2011-15 1987-91 2007-11 1993-97 2000-04 1992-96 2006-10 2007-09 1997-02

Games 118 130 124 119 135 117 113 121 122 123 112 64 122

Attempts 753 736 587 563 555 477 475 432 423 420 410 405 387

125


Field Goals, Free Throws Three Point Field Goal Percentage

Yearly Three Pt. Field Goal Pct. Leaders (minimum - 40 attempts)

Game (minimum - 5 attempts)

Name Dwight Brewington Bryce Cotton Delray Brooks John Linehan Billy Donovan Matt Palazzi Eric Murdock Michael Brown Abdul Mills Sheiku Kabba Jalen Lindsey

Game Percentage PENNSYLVANIA (11-18-04) 5-5 1.000 LOUISVILLE (1-10-12) 5-5 1.000 Villanova (1-10-87) 8-9 .889 VILLANOVA (1-31-01) 6-7 .857 ALABAMA (3-19-87) # 5-6 .833 SOUTH ALABAMA (11-26-88) 5-6 .833 ST. JOHN’S (2-9-91) 5-6 .833 Notre Dame (1-29-94) 5-6 .833 GEORGETOWN (2-10-01) 5-6 .833 WEST VIRGINIA (1-17-04) 5-6 .833 Florida State (11-22-140 5-6 .833

Season

Michael Brown Dwain Williams Ernie Lewis Chris Watts Michael Brown

1995-96 2006-07 1986-87 1989-90 1992-93

1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 Season (minimum - 40 attempts) 1997-98 Name Year Games FG-FGA Pct. 1998-99 Sheiku Kabba 2000-01 31 20- 43 .465 1999-00 Matt Palazzi 1988-89 29 57-123 .463 2000-01 Darryl Wright 1986-87 33 19- 41 .463 2001-02 Maris Laksa 2000-01 31 44 96 .458 2002-03 Carlton Screen 1989-90 29 36- 79 .456

30 25 34 29 33

53-118 37- 84 95-220 45-105 24- 56

.449 .440 .432 .429 .429

Year 1985-89 1983-87 2006-08 1986-90 1983-87 1994-96 1992-96 1986-88 1998-99 1985-89

Games FG-FGA Pct. 91 57-123 .463 102 95-220 .432 46 85-202 .421 109 48-116 .414 122 97-237 .409 49 37- 93 .3978 123 167-420 .3976 56 133-339 .392 30 64-165 .388 119 69-180 .383

Yearly Three Point Field Goals Leaders

Season 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03

Player Billy Donovan Delray Brooks Matt Palazzi Chris Watts Chris Watts Rob Phelps Tony Turner Michael Brown Michael Brown Michael Brown Jamel Thomas Jamel Thomas Sean Connolly Donta Wade Romuald Augustin Abdul Mills Donnie McGrath

FG 97 67 57 45 57 46 55 52 38 53 65 54 64 49 45 61 58

2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

Donnie McGrath Donnie McGrath Donnie McGrath Sharaud Curry Jeff Xavier Jeff Xavier Sharaud Curry Sharaud Curry Marshon Brooks Bryce Cotton Bryce Cotton Bryce Cotton LaDontae Henton

67 72 77 52 76 57 57 60 67 77 98 77 64

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Player Attempts Billy Donovan 237 Delray Brooks 182 Eric Murdock 126 Eric Murdock 115 Eric Murdock 160 Rob Phelps 151 Tony Turner 134 Michael Brown 145 Michael Brown 101 Austin Croshere 141 Austin Croshere 175 Jamel Thomas 178 Jamel Thomas 183 Donta Wade 138 Romuald Augustin 112 Abdul Mills 184 Donnie McGrath 178

2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

Donnie McGrath Donnie McGrath Donnie McGrath Sharaud Curry Jeff Xavier Jeff Xavier Sharaud Curry Marshon Brooks Bryce Cotton Bryce Cotton Bryce Cotton LaDontae Henton

Name Bryce Cotton Eric Murdock Jimmy Walker Eric Murdock Jimmy Walker Robert Moran Eric Murdock Billy Donovan Vincent Council Rudy Williams Austin Croshere Ryan Gomes Mike Pascale Jimmy Walker Marty Conlon Eric Murdock Franklin Western Jamel Thomas

Season

Name Eric Murdock Bryce Cotton Jimmy Walker Billy Donovan Austin Croshere Marshon Brooks Jimmy Walker Ryan Gomes Otis Thorpe John Thompson Jamel Thomas Bob Moran Jamel Thomas Weyinmi Efejuku LaDontae Henton

Career

Yearly Three Point Field Attempts Leaders Season 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03

Pct. .463 .376 .463 .456 .361 .390 .429 .376 .376 .449 .401 .355 .388 .355 .465 .352 .392

2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

Rob Sanders Donnie McGrath Charles Burch Dwain Williams Dwain Williams Sharaud Curry Brian McKenzie Marshon Brooks LaDontae Henton Bryce Cotton Bryce Cotton Kris Dunn

.404 .411 .400 .440 .407 .390 .370 .340 .393 .364 .367 .351

Free Throws Made

Game

Career (minimum - 75 attempts) Name Matt Palazzi Ernie Lewis Dwain Williams Carlton Screen Billy Donovan Borja Larragan Michael Brown Delray Brooks Sean Connolly Darryl Wright

Player Darryl Wright Darryl Wright Matt Palazzi Carlton Screen Ken McDonald Tony Turner Michael Brown Rob Phelps Michael Brown Michael Brown Jamel Thomas John Linehan Sean Connolly Donta Wade Sheiku Kabba Christopher Anrin Romuald Augustin

182 175 218 139 209 196 174 197 203 269 210 189

Name Ryan Gomes Bryce Cotton Jimmy Walker Eric Murdock LaDontae Henton Bob Moran Jamel Thomas Weyinmi Efejuku Austin Croshere Otis Thorpe Kadeem Batts Vincent Council Bruce Campbell Dickey Simpkins John Thompson Marty Conlon Sharaud Curry

Game Free Throws FAIRFIELD (11-29-13) 18 VILLANOVA (3-2-91) 18 BOSTON COLLEGE (1-15-66) 18 Seton Hall (1-2-91) 17 Holy Cross (2-25-67) 17 SPRINGFIELD (1-17-53) 16 RHODE ISLAND (12-8-90) 16 Georgetown (3-21-87) # 16 Wyoming (11-24-10) 16 Brown (1-9-80) 15 Marquette (3-14-97) # 15 TEXAS (1-5-04) 15 RHODE ISLAND (2-2-56) 14 SETON HALL (1-26-67) 14 SYRACUSE (2-18-89) 14 Boston College (12-11-90) 14 SYRACUSE (1-25-94) 14 Villanova (2-20-99) 14

Billy DONOVAN

Year 1990-91 2013-14 1966-67 1966-67 1996-97 2010-11 1965-66 2002-03 1983-84 1963-64 1997-98 1953-54 1998-99 2008-09 2014-15

Games 32 35 28 34 36 32 27 32 29 26 29 26 30 33 34

Free Throws 238 226 205 199 182 169 166 163 162 161 156 153 153 147 145

Years 2001-05 2010-14 1964-67 1987-91 2011-15 1951-54 1995-99 2005-09 1993-97 1980-84 2010-14 2009-13 1974-78 1990-94 1961-64 1986-90 2005-10

Games 116 130 81 117 135 69 124 120 121 113 122 118 122 125 79 103 119

Free Throws 489 487 481 478 424 417 410 404 386 377 366 362 357 357 352 348 339


Free Throws Free Throw Attempts

Career (minimum - 100 attempts)

Game

Bill

BLAIR

Season

Name Eric Murdock Bryce Cotton Jimmy Walker Otis Thorpe John Thompson Billy Donovan Jim Hadnot Marshon Brooks Michael Smith Jimmy Walker Eric Williams Bob Moran Austin Croshere Jamel Thomas Michael Smith

Career

Name Ryan Gomes Jimmy Walker Eric Murdock Bryce Cotton Otis Thorpe Michael Smith LaDontae Henton Jamel Thomas Dickey Simpkins John Thompson Weyinmi Efejuku Vincent Council Kadeem Batts Geoff McDermott

Name Game Attempts Rudy Williams Brown (1-9-80) 22 Jimmy Walker Holy Cross (2-25-67) 21 Jimmy Walker BOSTON COLLEGE (1-15-66) 20 Eric Murdock VILLANOVA (3-2-91) 20 Bryce Cotton FAIRFIELD (11-29-13) 19 Jamel Thomas Villanova (2-20-99) 19 Eric Murdock Arizona (12-23-90) 18 Eric Williams GEORGETOWN (3-7-94) 18 Gerard ColemanSOUTHERN (11-22-11) 18 Marty Conlon SYRACUSE (2-18-89) 17 Eric Murdock Seton Hall (1-2-91) 17 Austin Croshere PITTSBURGH (2-10-96) 17 God Shammgod RHODE ISLAND (12-10-96) 17 Ryan Gomes TEXAS (1-5-04) 17 Year Games 1990-91 32 2013-14 35 1966-67 28 1983-84 29 1963-64 26 1986-87 34 1960-61 29 2010-11 32 1992-93 33 1965-66 27 1993-94 30 1952-53 22 1996-97 36 1998-99 30 1991-92 31

Attempts 293 265 256 248 242 236 220 219 218 215 209 206 205 203 202

Years Games 2001-05 116 1964-67 81 1987-91 117 2010-14 130 1980-84 113 1991-94 94 2011-15 135 1995-99 124 1990-94 125 1961-64 79 2005-09 120 2009-13 118 2010-14 122 2005-09 122

Attempts 620 614 610 581 577 560 560 557 553 546 540 523 521 514

Free Throw Percentage Season (minimum - 40 attempts) Name Joe Hassett Donnie McGrath John Linehan Bill Blair Dwain Williams Sharaud Curry Sharaud Curry Bryce Cotton Austin Croshere Maris Laksa Sharaud Curry Ryan Gomes Fran Costello Carlton Screen Mark McAndrew Kevin Stacom Matt Palazzi Sean Connolly Donnie McGrath

Years Games FT-FTA Pct. 1976-77 29 64- 68 .941 2004-05 30 40- 43 .930 1997-98 29 49- 54 .907 1965-66 27 101-112 .902 2007-08 21 46- 51 .902 2006-07 27 82- 91 .901 2005-06 27 49- 55 .891 2011-12 32 90-101 .891 1996-97 36 182-205 .888 2000-01 31 67- 76 .882 2009-10 31 126-144 .875 2003-04 29 134-154 .870 1971-72 27 52- 60 .867 1989-90 29 136-157 .866 1974-75 31 82- 95 .863 1972-73 31 75- 87 .862 1984-85 30 42- 49 .857 1998-99 30 60- 70 .857 2005-06 27 60- 70 .857

Name Sharaud Curry Joe Hassett Bill Blair John Linehan Mark McAndrew Austin Croshere Matt Palazzi Bryce Cotton Delray Brooks Donnie McGrath Maris Laksa Kevin Stacom Kendrick Moore John Egan Billy Donovan

Years 2005-10 1973-77 1963-66 1997-02 1972-76 1993-97 1984-89 2010-14 1986-88 2002-06 2000-04 1972-74 1997-99 1958-61 1983-87

Games FT-FTA Pct. 119 339-388 .874 124 148-171 .865 77 231-271 .852 122 273-322 .848 105 128-151 .848 121 386-458 .843 91 120-143 .839 130 487-581 .838 56 144-172 .837 118 178-213 .836 89 153-183 .836 63 141-169 .834 51 121-147 .823 80 336-441 .818 122 327-402 .813

Yearly Free Throw Pct. Leaders (40 Att.) Season 1940-41 1948-49 1949-50 1951-52 1952-53 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

Player Games Horace Marone 17 Alex Becker 26 Jim Schlimm 22 Robert Moran 17 22 Henry McQueeney Mike Pascale 21 Mike Pascale 22 Gordie Holmes 7 Edward Donohue 24 John Egan 24 John Egan 27 Vin Ernst 29 26 Vin Ernst James Stone 26 Robert Kovalski 26 William Blair 26 William Blair 27 28 James Walker Anthony Koski 25 James Larranaga 24 James Larranaga 25 Ernest DiGregorio 28 27 Francis Costello Kevin Stacom 31 Kevin Stacom 32 Mark McAndrew 31 Joe Hassett 32 29 Joe Hassett Bruce Campbell 31 David Frye 25 Rudy Williams 27 Rich Hunger 28 27 Ricky Tucker Ron Jackson 29 Keith Lomax 28 Matt Palazzi 30 Alan Roth 31 Billy Donovan 34 Delray Brooks 28 Eric Murdock 29 Carlton Screen 29 32 Eric Murdock Trent Forbes 30 Michael Brown 33 Franklin Western 20 Michael Brown 30 30 Austin Croshere Austin Croshere 36 John Linehan 29 30 Sean Connolly 30 Abdul Mills 31 Maris Laksa John Linehan 31 28 Maris Laksa Ryan Gomes 29 30 Donnie McGrath 27 Sharaud Curry Sharaud Curry 27 Dwain Williams 21 33 Sharaud Curry 31 Sharaud Curry Marshon Brooks 32 Bryce Cotton 32 34 LaDontae Henton 35 Bryce Cotton LaDontae Henton 34

FT 35 30 68 106 111 110 114 31 53 140 90 67 100 85 59 95 101 205 79 109 98 88 52 75 66 82 48 64 133 43 95 115 44 85 37 42 94 199 76 99 136 238 61 60 53 36 109 182 49 60 45 67 97 37 134 40 49 82 46 82 126 169 90 96 226 145

FTA 57 46 99 142 147 160 139 41 80 170 112 80 125 111 73 117 112 256 115 133 128 106 60 87 82 95 57 68 180 54 132 152 55 110 53 49 111 236 89 130 157 293 75 73 66 45 128 205 54 70 67 76 116 44 154 43 55 91 51 97 144 219 101 118 265 191

Pct. .614 .652 .686 .746 .755 .688 .820 .756 .663 .821 .804 .838 .800 .766 .808 .811 .902 .807 .686 .820 .766 .830 .867 .862 .805 .863 .842 .941 .739 .796 .719 .756 .800 .772 .698 .857 .847 .843 .854 .762 .866 .812 .813 .822 .803 .800 .852 .888 .907 .857 .672 .882 .836 .841 .870 .930 .891 .901 .902 .845 .875 .772 .891 .814 .853 .759

127


Rebounds Rebounds

Career

Game

Marvin

BARNES

Season

Name Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Jim Hadnot Jim Hadnot Marvin Barnes John Thompson John Thompson Michael Smith Jim Hadnot Michael Smith Michael Smith Jamine Peterson Dexter Westbrook Tony Koski Ryan Gomes

Career

Name Marvin Barnes Jim Hadnot John Thompson Geoff McDermott LaDontae Henton Michael Smith Ryan Gomes Bruce Campbell Otis Thorpe Billy Eason Dickey Simpkins Kadeem Batts Bob Cooper Erron Maxey Jamel Thomas Bob Misevicius John Woods Steve Wright

Name Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Michael Smith John Ritch Jim Hadnot Jim Hadnot Jim Hadnot Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes

Year 1973-74 1972-73 1960-61 1959-60 1972-72 1962-63 1963-64 1992-93 1961-62 1993-94 1991-92 2009-10 1964-65 1966-67 2002-03

Game Rebounds BUFFALO STATE (12-8-71) 34 ASSUMPTION (2-22-73) 30 28 FAIRFIELD (12-11-72) 27 BROWN (2-12-74) Seton Hall (2-9-74) 26 SYRACUSE (1-25-94) 26 RHODE ISLAND (2-16-55) 25 St. Bonaventure (2-9-60) 25 BOSTON COLLEGE (2-19-60) 25 HOLY CROSS (3-3-62) 25 St. Francis (12-21-71) 25 FAIRFIELD (1-19-72) 25

Games 32 30 29 39 27 28 26 33 26 30 31 31 26 28 32

Rebounds 597 571 475 473 424 392 378 375 351 344 319 315 314 313 311

Average 18.66 19.03 16.38 16.31 15.70 14.00 14.54 11.36 13.50 11.47 10.29 10.16 12.08 11.18 9.72

Years Games Rebounds Average 1971-74 89 1592 17.89 1959-62 74 1299 15.46 1961-64 79 1061 13.43 2005-09 122 1055 8.65 2011-15 135 1054 7.81 1991-94 94 1038 11.04 2001-05 116 1028 8.86 1974-78 122 949 7.78 1980-84 113 902 7.98 1974-78 116 800 6.90 1990-94 125 790 6.32 2010-14 122 781 6.40 1973-77 123 768 6.24 1997-01 120 738 6.15 1995-99 124 733 5.91 1974-78 109 722 6.62 1957-60 74 675 9.11 1984-88 123 672 5.46

Rebound Average Season

Name Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Jim Hadnot Jim Hadnot Marvin Barnes John Thompson John Ritch John Thompson Jim Hadnot Dexter Westbrook John Thompson Ken Kerr Michael Smith Michael Smith Tony Koski

128

Year Games Rebounds Average 1972-73 30 571 19.03 1973-74 32 597 18.66 1960-61 29 475 16.38 1959-60 29 473 16.31 1971-72 27 424 15.70 1963-64 26 378 14.54 1954-55 19 271 14.26 1962-63 28 392 14.00 1961-62 26 351 13.50 1964-65 26 314 12.08 1961-62 25 291 11.64 1954-55 21 243 11.57 1993-94 30 344 11.47 1992-93 33 375 11.36 1967-68 25 281 11.24

Name Marvin Barnes Jim Hadnot John Thompson John Ritch Dexter Westbrook Tony Koski Michael Smith Ken Kerr John Woods Ryan Gomes Geoff McDermott Bob Kovalski Ray Johnson Mike Riordan

Years Games Rebounds Average 1971-74 89 1592 17.89 1959-62 84 1299 15.46 1961-64 79 1061 13.43 1954-57 66 508 12.09 1964-65 26 314 12.07 1966-68 53 594 11.21 1991-94 94 1038 11.04 1951-55 38 363 9.56 1957-60 74 675 9.12 2001-05 116 1028 8.86 2005-09 122 1055 8.65 1962-66 75 647 8.63 1968-71 77 663 8.61 1964-67 81 663 8.19

Offensive Rebounds Game

Name Michael Smith Erron Maxey Michael Smith Marques Bragg Marques Bragg Bill Eason Jamine Peterson Michael Smith Marques Bragg Michael Smith Bilal Dixon Jamine Peterson

Game Rebounds SETON HALL (1-9-93) 14 BOSTON COLLEGE (2-26-00) 12 ST. JOHN’S (1-18-92) 11 LIBERTY (12-29-90) 11 OKLAHOMA (3-20-91) 11 Pittsburgh (3-18-75) $ 11 MERCER (11-15-09) 11 SYRACUSE (1-25-94) 10 VERMONT (12-21-91) 10 CONNECTICUT (1-22-92) 10 SETON HALL (3-6-10) 10 Seton Hall (3-9-10) 10

Michael SMITH Season

Name Michael Smith Jamine Peterson Michael Smith Marques Bragg Michael Smith Erron Maxey Marques Bragg Ruben Garces Ryan Gomes Kadeem Batts Ryan Gomes Herbert Hill Kadeem Batts

Career

Name Ryan Gomes Michael Smith Erron Maxey Kadeem Batts LaDontae Henton Dickey Simpkins Geoff McDermott Marques Bragg Jamel Thomas Austin Croshere Marty Conlon Steve Wright Ruben Garces Randall Hanke Herbert Hill Jonathan Kale Troy Brown Derrick Brown Abdul Shamsid-Deen Marshon Brooks Jamine Peterson

Year 1992-93 2009-10 1992-92 1990-91 1993-94 1999-00 1991-92 1996-97 2003-04 2013-14 2002-03 2006-07 2012-13

Rebounds 143 135 121 120 118 117 114 112 109 108 106 101 101

Years 2001-05 1991-94 1997-01 2010-14 2011-15 1990-94 2005-09 1988-92 1995-99 1993-97 1986-90 1984-88 1995-97 2004-09 2003-07 2005-09 1990-95 1995-97 1986-90 2007-11 2007-10

Rebounds 387 382 352 349 324 312 296 288 246 230 221 211 206 205 203 201 200 186 179 179 172


Rebounds, Games, Minutes Yearly Rebounding Leaders Season 1951-52 1952-53 1954-55 1955-56 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

Player

James Schlimm Robert Prendergast John Ritch John Ritch John Woods John Woods James Hadnot James Hadnot James Hadnot John Thompson John Thompson Dexter Westbrook Michael Riordan Anthony Koski Anthony Koski Raymond Johnson Raymond Johnson Nehru King Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Bill Eason Bruce Campbell Bruce Campbell Bill Eason Rudy Williams Rudy Williams Rich Hunger Otis Thorpe Otis Thorpe Otis Thorpe Ray Knight Steve Wright David Kipfer Steve Wright Marty Conlon Marty Conlon Marques Bragg Michael Smith Michael Smith Michael Smith Troy Brown Ruben Garces Ruben Garces Jamel Thomas Jamel Thomas Karim Shabazz Karim Shabazz Ryan Gomes Ryan Gomes Ryan Gomes Ryan Gomes Geoff McDermott Geoff McDermott Geoff McDermott Geoff McDermott Jamine Peterson Marshon Brooks LaDontae Henton LaDontae Henton LaDontae Henton LaDontae Henton

Games

19 22 19 23 24 27 29 29 26 28 26 26 27 28 25 24 25 28 27 30 32 30 32 29 32 26 27 28 27 31 29 31 31 34 28 29 29 32 31 33 30 30 30 35 29 30 21 28 24 32 29 31 27 31 31 33 31 32 32 34 35 34

Rebounds 158 162 271 237 203 259 473 475 351 392 378 314 247 313 281 251 262 171 424 571 597 236 272 234 265 235 206 189 216 249 300 186 226 180 181 202 220 280 319 375 344 237 225 272 200 217 172 208 188 311 274 255 243 283 250 279 315 225 274 282 276 222

Average 8.3 7.8 14.2 10.3 8.4 9.6 16.3 16.4 13.5 14.0 14.5 12.1 9.1 11.2 11.2 10.4 10.4 6.1 15.7 19.0 18.7 7.9 8.5 8.1 8.3 9.0 7.6 6.7 8.0 8.0 10.3 6.0 7.3 5.3 6.5 7.0 7.5 8.8 10.3 11.4 11.5 7.9 7.5 7.8 6.9 7.2 8.2 7.4 7.8 9.7 9.4 8.2 9.0 9.1 8.1 8.5 10.2 7.0 8.6 8.3 7.9 6.5

Games Career

Name LaDontae Henton Bryce Cotton Dickey Simpkins Joe Hassett Jamel Thomas Bob Cooper Steve Wright Michael Brown

Years 2011-15 2010-14 1990-94 1973-77 1995-99 1973-77 1984-88 1992-96

Games 135 130 125 124 124 123 123 123

Name LaDontae Henton Geoff McDermott Donnie McGrath Ryan Gomes Sharaud Curry Kadeem Batts Erron Maxey John Linehan Michael Brown Bruce Campbell

Name Bryce Cotton LaDontae Henton LaDontae Henton Billy Donovan Bryce Cotton God Shammgod Bryce Cotton Vincent Council Austin Croshere LaDontae Henton Marshon Brooks LaDontae Henton Ryan Gomes Vincent Council Marvin Barnes Josh Fortune Ryan Gomes

Career

Name LaDontae Henton Bryce Cotton Donnie McGrath Ryan Gomes Vincent Council Geoff McDermott Sharaud Curry Joe Hassett Bruce Campbell Jamel Thomas Otis Thorpe Eric Murdock Michael Brown Dickey Simpkins Ricky Tucker Weyinmi Efejuku John Linehan Kadeem Batts Billy Eason Ernie DiGregorio Jimmy Walker

Years 2011-15 2005-09 2002-06 2001-05 2005-10 2010-14 1997-01 1997-02 1992-96 1974-78

Starts 134 122 117 115 113 111 109 106 104 101

Year 2013-14 2013-14 2014-15 1986-87 2011-12 1996-97 2012-13 2011-12 1996-97 2011-12 2010-11 2012-13 2004-05 2010-11 1973-74 2013-14 2002-03

Minutes 1398 1299 1257 1234 1234 1221 1209 1200 1192 1191 1168 1162 1161 1160 1158 1154 1152

Years 2011-15 2010-14 2002-06 2001-05 2009-13 2005-09 2005-10 1973-77 1974-78 1995-99 1980-84 1987-91 1992-96 1990-94 1979-83 2005-09 1997-02 2010-14 1974-78 1970-73 1965-67

Minutes 4909 4314 4128 4077 4024 4015 3929 3809 3764 3707 3702 3648 3590 3343 3304 3265 3257 3257 3225 3154 3141

Minutes Played Per Game Season

Name Bryce Cotton Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker Vincent Council Bryce Cotton Bob Kovalski John Thompson Jim Benedict Ernie DiGregorio Ron Jackson Mike Riordan Ron Jackson

Year 2013-14 1966-67 1965-66 2011-12 2011-12 1963-64 1963-64 1965-66 1971-72 1981-82 1966-67 1982-83

Games Minutes 35 1398 28 1111 27 1034 31 1200 32 1234 26 1001 26 996 27 1034 27 1026 27 1026 28 1062 29 1100

Mins/Gm 39.94 39.68 39.30 38.71 38.56 38.50 38.31 38.30 38.00 38.00 37.93 37.93

Years Games Minutes 1964-67 81 3141 1981-83 56 2128 1963-66 79 2938 1970-73 86 3154 2011-15 135 4909 1972-74 63 2249 1964-67 81 2863 1971-74 89 3133 2001-05 116 4077 2002-06 118 4128 2009-13 118 4024 1976-78 61 2080 2005-09 122 4015

Mins/Gm 38.78 38.00 37.19 36.67 36.36 35.70 35.35 35.20 35.15 34.98 34.10 34.10 33.65

Career (50 games min.)

Games Started Career

Minutes Season

Name Jimmy Walker Ron Jackson James Benedict Ernie DiGregorio LaDontae Henton Kevin Stacom Mike Riordan Marvin Barnes Ryan Gomes Donnie McGrath Vincent Council Dwight Williams Geoff McDermott

129


Assists Assists Game

Ernie DiGREGORIO

Season

Name Ernie DiGregorio Kris Dunn Vin Ernst Billy Donovan Abdul Abdullah God Shammgod Vincent Council Ernie DiGregorio Bryce Cotton Carlton Screen Carlton Screen God Shammgod Vincent Council Ricky Tucker

Career

Name Vincent Council Ernie DiGregorio Billy Donovan Carlton Screen Ricky Tucker Bob Misevicius Eric Murdock Vin Ernst Geoff McDermott Sharaud Curry John Linehan God Shammgod Jimmy Walker Donnie McGrath Abdul Abdullah Bryce Cotton

Name Vin Ernst Vin Ernst Carlton Screen Vincent Council Jim Larranaga Ernie DiGregorio Ernie DiGregorio Ernie DiGregorio Vincent Council Vincent Council Kris Dunn

Year 1972-72 2014-15 1962-63 1986-87 1993-94 1996-97 2011-12 1971-72 2013-14 1989-90 1988-89 1995-96 2010-11 1982-83

Game DePAUL (2-7-63) CATHOLIC (2-9-63) Syracuse (1-20-90) BROWN (12-6-10) VCU (12-8-69) DePAUL (2-25-71) St. Francis (12-9-72) LOYOLA (1-15-72) RUTGERS (2-1-12) LOUISVILLE (1-10-12) NAVY (11-20-14)

Games Assists 31 267 33 247 28 243 34 243 30 241 36 239 31 231 27 214 35 205 29 202 29 198 29 189 32 189 31 188

Years Games Assists 2009-13 118 725 1970-73 86 662 1983-87 122 546 1986-90 109 532 1979-83 113 520 1974-78 109 490 1987-91 117 487 1960-63 83 487 2005-09 122 478 2005-10 119 462 1997-02 122 450 1995-97 65 428 1964-67 81 426 2002-06 118 426 1992-94 62 422 2010-14 130 384

Assists 16 16 16 16 15 14 14 14 14 14 14 Average 8.61 7.48 8.68 7.15 8.03 6.64 7.45 7.93 5.86 6.97 6.83 6.52 5.91 6.06 Average 6.14 7.70 4.48 4.88 4.60 4.50 4.16 5.87 3.92 3.88 3.69 6.58 5.26 3.61 6.81 2.95

Assists Average Season

Name Vin Ernst Ernie DiGregorio Abdul Abdullah Ernie DiGregorio Kris Dunn Vincent Council Billy Donovan Carlton Screen Carlton Screen Vincent Council God Shammgod God Shammgod

Year 1962-63 1972-73 1993-94 1971-72 2014-15 2011-12 1986-87 1989-90 1988-89 2012-13 1996-97 1995-96

Games Assists 28 243 31 267 30 241 27 214 33 247 31 231 34 243 29 202 29 198 24 164 36 239 29 189

Average 8.68 8.61 8.03 7.93 7.48 7.45 7.15 6.97 6.83 6.83 6.64 6.52

Years Games Assists 1970-73 86 662 1992-94 62 422 1995-97 65 428 2009-13 118 725 1960-63 83 487 2012-15 62 346 1964-67 81 426 1986-90 109 532 1979-83 113 520 1976-78 61 280

Average 7.70 6.81 6.58 6.14 5.87 5.58 5.26 4.88 4.60 4.59

Career (min. 2 seasons)

130

Name Ernie DiGregorio Abdul Abdullah God Shammgod Vincent Council Vin Ernst Kris Dunn Jimmy Walker Carlton Screen Ricky Tucker Dwight Williams

Dwight Williams Bob Misevicius Billy Donovan Lenny Wilkens

1976-78 1974-78 1983-87 1957-60

61 109 122 80

280 490 546 358

4.59 4.50 4.48 4.48

Assist/Turnover Rate Season (minimum - 25 turnovers)

Name Ricky Tucker Carlton Screen Gary Bello Abdul Abdullah Paul Oristaglio Carlton Screen Billy Donovan Vincent Council Joe Hassett Chris Watts

Year Assists Turnovers Ratio 1982-83 188 59 3.19-1 1988-89 198 64 3.09-1 1973-74 116 38 3.05-1 1992-93 181 63 2.87-1 1977-78 77 29 2.66-1 1989-90 202 77 2.62-1 1983-84 85 33 2.58-1 2012-13 164 65 2.52-1 1974-75 90 36 2.50-1 1990-91 79 32 2.47-1

Career (minimum - 50 turnovers)

Name Abdul Abdullah Paul Oristaglio Carlton Screen Gary Bello God Shammgod Vincent Council Billy Donovan Bryce Cotton John Linehan Corey Wright

Years Assists Turnovers Ratio 1992-94 422 163 2.59-1 1975-78 122 50 2.44-1 1986-90 532 237 2.24-1 1972-75 257 118 2.18-1 1995-97 428 197 2.17-1 2009-13 725 353 2.05-1 1983-87 546 271 2.01-1 2010-14 384 193 1.99-1 1997-02 450 227 1.98-1 1996-99 290 149 1.95-1

Yearly Assists Leaders Season 1962-63 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1994-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

Player

Vin Ernst Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker Jim Larranaga Ernie DiGregorio Ernie DiGregorio Ernie DiGregorio Kevin Stacom Rick Santos Bob Misevicius Dwight Williams Bob Misevicius David Frye Ricky Tucker Jim Panaggio Jim Panaggio Ricky Tucker Harold Starks Harold Starks Billy Donovan Billy Donovan Eric Murdock Carlton Screen Carlton Screen Eric Murdock Trent Forbes Abdul Abdullah Abdul Abdullah Michael Brown God Shammgod God Shammgod Kendrickâ&#x20AC;&#x2C6;Moore John Linehan Abdul Mills John Linehan John Linehan Donnie McGrath Donnie McGrath Donnie McGrath Sharaud Curry Geoff McDermott Geoff McDermott Sharaud Curry Vincent Council Vincent Council Vincent Council Vincent Council Bryce Cotton Kris Dunn

Games 28 26 27 28 25 28 27 31 32 31 32 29 30 25 27 28 27 31 29 31 31 34 28 29 29 32 30 32 30 30 29 36 29 30 30 26 31 32 29 30 27 31 31 33 31 32 31 24 35 33

Assists 243 134 148 144 80 181 214 267 169 139 152 147 164 126 143 108 108 188 96 119 147 243 106 198 202 148 103 181 241 116 189 239 93 113 65 101 137 138 100 115 95 159 151 139 141 189 231 164 205 247

Average 8.7 5.2 5.5 5.1 3.2 6.5 7.9 8.6 5.3 4.5 4.8 5.1 5.5 5.0 5.3 3.9 4.0 6.1 3.3 3.8 4.7 7.2 3.8 6.8 7.0 4.6 3.4 5.7 8.0 3.9 6.5 6.6 3.2 3.8 2.2 3.9 4.4 4.3 3.4 3.8 3.5 5.1 4.9 4.2 4.6 5.9 7.5 6.8 5.9 7.5


Turnovers, Turnovers, Steals Steals Turnovers Season

Name Dwight Williams Rudy Williams Kris Dunn Jamel Thomas Eric Murdock Marvin Barnes Dwight Williams Ernie DiGregorio Rick Santos God Shammgod Geoff McDermott Geoff McDermott

Career

Name Geoff McDermott Jamel Thomas Vincent Council Eric Murdock Rudy Williams Sharaud Curry Weyinmi Efejuku Bruce Campbell Bob Misevicius Ricky Tucker Marcus Douthit Billy Donovan

Career

Year Games Turnovers Average 1977-78 32 140 4.38 1978-79 26 138 5.35 2014-15 33 138 4.18 1998-99 30 124 4.13 1990-91 32 119 3.72 1973-74 32 118 3.69 1976-77 29 116 4.00 1972-73 31 112 3.61 1974-75 31 111 3.58 1996-97 36 111 3.08 2006-07 31 111 3.58 2007-08 31 111 3.58 Years Games Turnovers Average 2005-09 122 389 3.19 1995-99 124 378 3.05 2009-13 118 353 2.99 1987-91 117 330 2.82 1977-81 95 306 3.22 2005-10 119 302 2.54 2005-09 120 297 2.48 1974-78 122 290 2.38 1974-78 109 280 2.57 1979-83 113 280 2.48 2000-04 122 279 2.29 1983-87 122 271 2.22

Game

LINEHAN

Season

Name John Linehan Eric Murdock Carlton Screen John Linehan Eric Murdock Dwight Williams Eric Murdock Kris Dunn God Shammgod Harold Starks Billy Donovan John Linehan Delray Brooks Eric Murdock

Name John Linehan God Shammgod John Linehan John Linehan John Linehan Vin Ernst Eric Murdock Dwight Williams Dwight Williams Dwight Williams Harold Starks Delray Brooks Delray Brooks Carlton Screen Eric Murdock Eric Murdock Eric Murdock John Linehan John Linehan

Year 2001-02 1990-91 1988-89 1998-99 1988-89 1977-78 1987-88 2014-15 1996-97 1985-86 1986-87 2000-01 1987-88 1989-90

Game Steals RUTGERS (1-22-02) 11 BROWN (12-21-96) 10 PITTSBURGH (1-10-98) 9 9 GEORGETOWN (2-27-99) BOSTON COLLEGE (2-2-02) 9 Canisius (3-23-63) $ 8 MIAMI (1-27-88) 8 St. Bonaventure (2-2-78) 7 BOSTON COLLEGE (2-8-78) 7 St. Joseph’s (1-11-78) 7 SETON HALL (2-24-86) 7 Austin Peay (3-14-87) # 7 MARIST (1-2-88) 7 Boston College (12-7-88) 7 MANHATTAN (12-21-90) 7 Seton Hall (1-2-91) 7 St. John’s (3-8-91) 7 NOTRE DAME (2-28-98) 7 Georgetown BET (3-3-99) 7

Games Steals 31 139 32 111 29 101 30 98 29 97 32 93 28 90 33 90 36 88 26 84 34 82 26 81 28 79 28 78

Average 4.48 3.47 3.48 3.27 3.34 2.91 3.21 2.73 2.44 3.23 2.41 3.12 2.82 2.79

Years Games Steals 1997-02 122 385 1987-91 117 376 1986-90 109 226 1982-86 117 207 2005-09 122 205 2001-05 116 181 1996-99 95 181 1973-77 124 176 1992-96 123 174 2005-09 120 171 1983-87 122 170

Average 3.16 3.21 2.07 1.77 1.68 1.56 1.91 1.42 1.41 1.43 1.39

Steals Average Season

Steals John

Name John Linehan Eric Murdock Carlton Screen Harold Starks Geoff McDermott Ryan Gomes Corey Wright Joe Hassett Michael Brown Weyinmi Efejuku Billy Donovan

Name John Linehan Carlton Screen Eric Murdock Eric Murdock John Linehan Harold Starks Eric Murdock John Linehan Dwight Williams Delray Brooks

Career

Name Eric Murdock John Linehan Dwight Williams Delray Brooks Carlton Screen Kris Dunn God Shammgod Corey Wright Harold Starks Geoff McDermott

Year 2001-02 1988-89 1990-91 1988-89 1998-99 1985-86 1987-88 2000-01 1977-78 1987-88

Games Steals 31 139 29 101 32 111 29 97 30 98 26 84 28 90 26 81 32 93 38 79

Average 4.48 3.48 3.47 3.34 3.27 3.23 2.73 3.12 2.91 2.82

Years Games Steals 1987-91 117 376 1997-02 122 385 1976-78 61 150 1976-78 56 130 1986-88 109 226 2012-15 62 126 1995-97 65 130 1996-99 95 181 1982-86 117 207 2005-09 122 205

Average 3.21 3.16 2.46 2.32 2.07 2.03 2.00 1.91 1.77 1.68

Yearly Steals Leaders Season Player Games Steals Average 1971-72 Fran Costello 1974-75 Rick Santos 1975-76 Joe Hassett 1976-77 Joe Hassett 1977-78 Dwight Williams 1979-80 Jerry Scott 1980-81 Jerry Scott 1981-82 Ricky Tucker 1982-83 Ricky Tucker 1983-84 Harold Starks 1984-85 Harold Starks 1985-86 Harold Starks 1986-87 Billy Donovan 1987-88 Eric Murdock 1988-89 Carlton Screen 1989-90 Eric Murdock 1990-91 Eric Murdock 1991-92 Marques Bragg 1992-93 Michael Smith 1993-94 Abdul Abdullah 1994-95 Eric Williams 1995-96 Michael Brown 1996-97 God Shammgod 1997-98 Corey Wright 1998-99 John Linehan 1999-00 Erron Maxey 2000-01 John Linehan 2001-02 John Linehan 2002-03 Sheiku Kabba 2003-04 Ryan Gomes 2004-05 Ryan Gomes 2005-06 Geoff McDermott 2006-07 Geoff McDermott 2007-08 Jeff Xavier 2008-09 Geoff McDermott 2009-10 Marshon Brooks 2010-11 Duke Mondy 2011-12 Vincent Council 2012-13 LaDontae Henton 2013-14 LaDontae Henton 2014-15 Kris Dunn

27 30 32 29 32 27 26 27 31 29 31 26 34 28 29 28 32 30 33 30 30 30 36 29 30 30 26 31 31 29 31 27 31 31 33 31 28 31 34 35 33

71 56 42 61 93 60 33 24 42 40 61 84 82 90 101 78 111 36 40 48 60 47 88 55 98 42 81 139 56 46 47 49 58 70 51 41 59 39 34 46 90

2.6 1.9 1.3 2.1 2.9 2.2 1.3 0.9 1.4 1.4 2.0 3.2 2.4 3.2 3.5 2.8 3.5 1.2 1.2 1.6 2.0 1.6 2.4 1.9 3.3 1.4 3.1 4.5 1.8 1.6 1.5 1.8 1.9 2.3 1.6 1.3 2.1 1.3 1.0 1.3 2.7

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Blocked Shots, Fouls Blocked Shots Game

Karim

SHABAZZ

Season

Yearly Blocked Shots Leaders

Name Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Jim Hadnot Marvin Barnes Bob Cooper Karim Shabazz Karim Shabazz Marvin Barnes Marcus Douthit Randall Hanke Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Bob Cooper Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes

Game Blocks BUFFALO STATE (12-8-71) 12 St. Joseph’s (12-11-71) 11 St. Louis (3-18-60) $ 10 Brown (3-8-73) 10 MICHIGAN (12-29-76) 10 LONG ISLAND (12-27-99) 10 10 RHODE ISLAND (12-2-00) FAIRFIELD (12-11-72) 9 Connecticut (3-5-03) 9 Memphis (12-23-04) 9 BOSTON COLLEGE (1-23-74) 8 RHODE ISLAND (1-4-73) 8 CAL-IRVINE (1-7-74) 8 ASSUMPTION (2-22-74) 8 ST. JOHN’S (3-1-72) 8

Name Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Bob Cooper Marcus Douthit Marcus Douthit Herbert Hill Bob Cooper Carson Desrosiers Carson Desrosiers Marvin Barnes

Year 1973-74 1972-73 1973-74 2002-03 2003-04 2006-07 1974-75 2013-14 2014-15 1971-72

Games Blocks 32 159 30 137 32 101 32 97 29 92 31 91 30 87 34 82 32 79 27 67

Average 4.97 4.57 3.16 3.03 3.17 2.94 2.90 2.41 2.47 2.48

Career Name Marvin Barnes Marcus Douthit Bob Cooper Herbert Hill Steve Wright Rich Hunger Carson Desrosiers Randall Hanke Bilal Dixon Bob Misevicius Karim Shabazz

Years Games Blocks 1971-74 89 363 2000-04 122 295 1973-77 123 284 2003-07 99 189 1984-88 123 184 1977-81 104 166 2013-15 66 161 2004-09 119 155 2009-12 94 141 1974-78 109 121 1999-01 49 120

Average 4.08 2.42 2.31 1.91 1.50 1.58 2.44 1.30 1.50 1.11 2.45

Personal Fouls Season

Name Steve Wright Dave Kipfer God Shammgod Ernie Lewis Kadeem Batts Kadeem Batts Marques Bragg Otis Thorpe Steve Wright Ruben Garces Marvin Barnes Dave Kipfer

Career

Name Kadeem Batts Steve Wright Otis Thorpe Erron Maxey Geoff McDermott Eric Murdock Marcus Douthit Jamel Thomas Bob Misevicius LaDontae Henton Bill Eason

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Season 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

Player Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Bob Cooper Bruce Campbell Bob Cooper Bob Misevicius Rich Hunger Rich Hunger Rich Hunger Otis Thorpe Otis Thorpe Otis Thorpe Ray Knight Steve Wright Steve Wright Steve Wright Abdul Shamsid-Deen Abdul Shamsid-Deen Dickey Simpkins Michael Smith Michael Smith Michael Smith Troy Brown Ruben Garces Ruben Garces Llewellyn Cole Erron Maxey Karim Shabazz Karim Shabazz Marcus Douthit Marcus Douthit Marcus Douthit Randall Hanke Herbert Hill Herbert Hill Geoff McDermott Geoff McDermott Bilal Dixon Bilal Dixon Brice Kofane Kadeem Batts Carson Desrosiers Carson Desrosiers

Games 27 30 32 30 32 29 32 26 26 28 27 31 29 31 31 34 28 29 29 32 31 33 30 30 30 35 29 30 21 28 30 32 29 30 27 31 31 33 31 32 29 34 34 32

Blocks Average 67 2.5 137 4.6 159 5.0 87 2.8 36 1.1 61 2.1 39 1.2 48 1.8 50 1.9 46 1.6 26 1.0 26 0.8 43 1.5 56 1.8 63 2.0 48 1.4 46 1.6 36 1.2 30 1.0 31 1.0 51 1.6 31 0.9 23 0.8 26 0.9 29 1.0 54 1.5 25 0.9 19 0.6 54 2.6 66 2.4 1.8 55 3.0 97 3.2 92 62 2.1 1.9 52 91 2.9 36 1.2 39 1.2 59 1.9 45 1.4 1.4 42 0.7 23 82 2.4 79 2.5

Disqualifications Year Games Fouls 1986-87 34 126 1986-87 34 125 1996-97 36 124 1986-87 34 123 2012-13 34 122 2013-14 35 122 1990-91 32 119 1982-83 31 113 1985-86 31 112 1996-97 35 111 1973-74 32 110 1985-86 31 110 Years Games 2010-14 122 1984-88 123 1980-84 113 1997-01 120 2005-09 122 1987-91 117 2000-04 122 1995-99 124 1974-78 109 2011-15 135 1974-78 116

Fouls 410 386 367 361 355 344 344 337 327 327 320

Season

Name Steve Wright Ernie Lewis Ray Johnson Ray Johnson Kadeem Batts Dave Kipfer Otis Thorpe Fran Costello John Thompson Fran Costello Dave Kipfer Dwight Williams

Career

Name Kadeem Batts Fran Costello Ray Johnson Otis Thorpe Steve Wright Mike Riordan Jacek Duda Dave Kipfer Marvin Barnes Keith Lomax John Thompson

Year Games 1986-87 34 1986-87 34 1969-70 25 1968-69 24 2013-14 35 1985-86 31 1982-83 31 1972-73 31 1963-64 26 1970-71 28 1986-87 34 1977-78 32

Disq. 11 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 8 8 8 8

Years Games 2010-14 122 1970-73 86 1968-71 77 1980-84 113 1984-88 123 1964-67 81 1983-87 95 1983-87 106 1971-74 89 1981-85 102 1961-64 79

Disq. 25 24 24 23 21 20 17 17 16 16 16


30 Point Scorers, Graduated Classes PC 30 Points Or More In A Game (143) Player Marvin Barnes Marshon Brooks Jimmy Walker Eric Murdock Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker Eric Murdock Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker John Thompson Marshon Brooks Jim Hadnot Ernie DiGregorio Jerry Scott John Egan Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker Eric Murdock Jimmy Walker Jim Hadnot John Egan Ernie DiGregorio Austin Croshere Kevin Stacom John Thompson Jimmy Walker Ray Flynn Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker Billy Donovan Jamel Thomas Donta Wade Jamine Peterson LaDontae Henton Jimmy Walker Jim Hadnot Jimmy Walker Ernie DiGregorio Marvin Barnes Eric Murdock Ryan Gomes LaDontae Henton Jimmy Walker Vic Colucci Marvin Barnes Bryce Cotton Jimmy Stone Jimmy Walker John Thompson John Arzoomanian Billy Donovan LaDontae Henton Ray Flynn John Thompson Ray Flynn John Egan Jimmy Walker Henri Ethier Lenny Wilkens Delray Brooks Billy Donovan Eric Murdock Michael Smith Randall Hanke Bryce Cotton Al Hayes Ernie DiGregorio Eric Murdock Eric Murdock Derrick Brown Ryan Gomes Marshon Brooks Marshon Brooks LaDontae Henton Bryce Cotton John Egan Vinnie Ernst John Thompson Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Bill Eason Ernie DiGregorio Eric Murdock Eric Williams

DATE 12-15-73 2-23-11 12-20-65 1-23-91 2-25-67 2-23-67 12-23-90 1-7-67 12-19-66 12-21-66 12-10-63 2-5-11 3-3-62 3-3-73 12-20-80 1-28-61 1-15-66 1-28-67 1-2-91 12-28-65 12-20-60 1-24-59 2-10-73 3-14-97 12-22-73 2-9-63 12-28-66 3-19-63 2-28-67 1-11-66 1-20-87 2-20-99 2-23-00 3-9-10 11-23-14 1-14-67 3-4-61 3-11-67 12-11-72 3-4-74 12-21-90 2-15-05 12-28-12 3-14-67 12-27-68 3-4-72 3-21-14 1-25-64 2-8-67 1-25-64 1-26-45 3-12-87 12-31-14 2-22-62 2-15-64 12-29-62 3-16-61 12-17-64 12-13-45 2-9-60 1-10-87 3-5-87 12-11-90 1-9-93 12-20-05 12-10-11 1-27-68 1-23-71 12-8-90 1-5-91 3-19-97 2-9-05 12-6-10 12-11-10 1-29-12 12-22-12 1-13-59 12-26-61 2-29-64 2-6-65 3-4-67 3-5-73 2-19-74 11-28-77 3-24-73 12-29-90 3-7-94

OPPONENT PTS AUSTIN PEAY 52 NOTRE DAME 52 Boston College 50 PITTSBURGH 48 Holy Cross 47 RHODE ISLAND 46 Arizona 45 Canisius 44 Santa Clara 43 San Francisco 43 FAIRFIELD 43 Georgetown 43 HOLY CROSS 42 St. Johns 41 MICHIGAN ST. 41 SCRANTON 41 BOSTON COLLEGE 40 SETON HALL 40 Seton Hall 40 Illinois 39 GONZAGA 39 Villanova 39 Rhode Island 39 Marquette (NCAA) 39 DePaul 38 CATHOLIC 38 Northwestern 38 Miami (Fla) (NIT) 38 38 DEPAUL Rhode Island 38 Miami (Fla) 38 Villanova 38 Notre Dame 38 38 Seton Hall (BET) Notre Dame 38 37 DUQUESNE Holy Cross 37 Memphis St. (NIT) 37 FAIRFIELD 37 Brown 37 MANHATTAN 37 CONNECTICUT 37 Brown 37 Marquette (NIT) 36 UCLA 36 Seton Hall 36 North Carolina (NCAA) 36 NIAGARA 35 FAIRFIELD 35 NIAGARA 35 Hedron 35 Ala-Birming (NCAA) 35 CREIGHTON 35 Scranton 34 Seton Hall 34 Villanova 34 DePaul (NIT) 34 Creighton 34 St. Michael’s 34 St. Bonaventure 34 Villanova 34 St. Johns (BET) 34 Boston College 34 SETON HALL 34 NORTHEASTERN 34 BRYANT 34 NIAGARA 33 MASSACHUSETTS 33 RHODE ISLAND 33 Holy Cross 33 Duke (NCAA) 33 West Virginia 33 BROWN 33 ALABAMA 33 South Florida 33 Boston College 33 ST. ANSELM 32 Wisconsin 32 HOLY CROSS 32 Niagara 32 Brown 32 ST. BONAVENTURE 32 Rhode Island 32 STONEHILL 32 Memphis St. (NCAA) 32 LIBERTY 32 Georgetown 32

Player Jamel Thomas Ryan Gomes Kadeem Batts Bryce Cotton John Egan John Thompson Jim Hadnot Vinnie Ernst Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker Mike Riordan Ernie DiGregorio John Egan Marvin Barnes Ron Jackson Joe Hassett Mike Pascale Ralph Tedesco Eric Murdock Eric Williams Austin Croshere Derrick Brown Ryan Gomes Weyinmi Efejuku Bryce Cotton John Thompson Jimmy Stone Robert Moran Jim Hadnot Lenny Wilkens Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker Jimmy Walker Al Hayes James Larranaga Joe Hassett Joe Hassett Rudy Williams Ernie DiGregorio Kevin Stacom Ernie DiGregorio Ron Jackson Ron Jackson Billy Donovan Eric Murdock Eric Murdock Eric Murdock Eric Williams Michael Brown Austin Croshere Jamel Thomas Jamel Thomas Jamel Thomas Marshon Brooks Gerard Coleman Bryce Cotton

DATE 2-28-98 2-5-05 12-1-12 2-4-14 1-2-59 12-4-63 2-2-61 1-29-62 2-14-66 12-15-65 2-18-67 2-14-67 2-7-73 2-2-61 2-13-74 2-2-83 1-15-77 2-25-57 2-9-54 1-15-91 1-4-95 11-25-95 1-29-97 1-19-02 2-21-09 2-10-14 2-1-64 12-30-63 2-20-52 2-13-61 3-17-59 1-4-65 12-20-65 1-29-66 12-6-67 12-5-68 3-8-75 2-7-76 1-27-79 3-5-73 1-4-73 3-17-73 12-18-82 2-15-82 1-14-87 1-8-91 1-19-91 3-2-91 2-22-95 12-3-95 12-10-96 11-14-98 12-5-98 1-23-99 11-20-08 2-5-12 11-18-12

OPPONENT NOTRE DAME Villanova MISSISSIPPI ST. ST. JOHN’S GONZAGA Assumption CREIGHTON NIAGARA DePaul ST. MARYS (CA) Boston College ST. JOSEPH’S ST. JOSEPH’S CREIGHTON HOLY CROSS BOSTON COLLEGE HAWAII Fairfield RHODE ISLAND St. John’s ST. JOHN’S NEW HAMPSHIRE Connecticut Miami NOTRE DAME Georgetown Rhode Island St. John’s Bowdoin ST. BONAVENTURE St. Louis (NIT) Fairfield Houston NIAGARA Assumption ASSUMPTION Connecticut HOLY CROSS Canisius ST. BONAVENTURE RHODE ISLAND Maryland (NCAA) Creighton ST. JOHN’S CONNECTICUT GEORGETOWN Connecticut VILLANOVA St. John’s SYRACUSE RHODE ISLAND RHODE ISLAND BROWN Arkansas SACRED HEART WEST VIRGINIA UNC-Ashville

PTS 32 32 32 32 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

Career 30 Point Games Jimmy Walker Eric Murdock Ernie DiGregorio John Thompson Marvin Barnes John Egan Bryce Cotton Marshon Brooks Jim Hadnot Jamel Thomas Billy Donovan Ryan Gomes Austin Croshere Ray Flynn Joe Hassett LaDontae Henton Ron Jackson Eric Williams Derrick Brown Vinnie Ernst Al Hayes Kevin Stacom Jimmy Stone Lenny Wilkens John Arzoomanian Kadeem Batts Delray Brooks Michael Brown Gerard Coleman Vic Collucci Bill Eason Weyinmi Efejuku Henri Ethier Randall Hanke Jim Larranaga Robert Moran Mike Pascale Jamine Peterson Mike Riordan Jerry Scott Michael Smith Ralph Tedesco Donta Wade Rudy Williams

25 12 8 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Top Graduated Classes SCORING Class 2008-09 1977-78 2003-04 1989-90 1996-97 1972-73 2013-14 1993-94 1973-74 1976-77

Seniors Efejuku, McDermott, Hanke, Kale, Xavier, Baudinet, Beloin, Heine Campbell, Eason, Kehoe, Misevicius, Mullaney, Oristaglio Anrin, Douthit, Kabba, Laksa, Mills Bent, Burton, Conlon, Screen, Shamsid-Deen D. Brown, Croshere, Garces, Murdock Costello, Crawford, DiGregorio, King Cotton, Batts, Kofane, Goldsbrough, Bancroft Abdullah, Hall, McNulty, Phelps, Simpkins, Smith Baker, Barnes, Gilbride, Olquist, Stacom, Walters Cooper, Hassett

Points 5121 4153 3824 3737 3631 3579 3511 3324 3291 3252

REBOUNDING Class 2008-09 1977-78 1993-94 1973-74 1996-97 2014-15 1963-64 1965-66 1989-90 2013-14

Seniors Rebounds Efejuku, McDermott, Hanke, Kale, Xavier, Baudinet, Beloin, Heine 2651 Campbell, Eason, Kehoe, Misevicius, Mullaney, Oristaglio 2624 Abdullah, Hall, McNulty, Phelps, Simpkins, Smith 2160 Baker, Barnes, Gilbride, Olquist, Stacom, Walters 1980 D. Brown, Croshere, Garces, Murdock 1782 Henton, Harris, Desrosiers, Bancroft 1758 Simoni, Stein, Stone, Thompson 1642 Benedict, Blair, Kovalski, Lasher 1602 Bent, Burton, Conlon, Screen, Shamsid-Deen 1601 Cotton, Batts, Kofane, Goldsbrough, Bancroft 1576

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20 Rebounds, Fastest To 1000 Points PC 20 Rebounds Or More In A Game (62) Player Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Michael Smith John Ritch Jim Hadnot Jim Hadnot Jim Hadnot Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Jim Hadnot Jim Hadnot Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes John Ritch John Thompson Tony Koski Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Michael Smith Jamine Peterson Jim Hadnot Jim Hadnot John Thompson John Thompson Dexter Westbrook Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Erron Maxey John Ritch Jim Hadnot Jim Hadnot Jim Hadnot John Thompson John Thompson John Thompson Tony Koski Gerry McNair Ray Johnson Ray Johnson Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Otis Thorpe Michael Smith Herbert Hill Jamine Peterson

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DATE 12-8-71 2-22-73 12-11-72 2-12-74 2-9-74 1-25-94 2-16-55 2-9-60 2-19-60 3-3-62 12-22-71 1-19-72 12-16-72 2-3-73 2-1-60 2-8-61 1-13-73 2-24-73 1-26-74 1-31-74 2-19-74 3-4-74 2-7-57 2-21-62 3-5-68 2-12-73 3-5-73 12-13-73 1-22-92 11-15-09 1-29-62 2-17-62 1-31-63 3-5-63 12-9-64 1-26-72 2-15-73 2-20-73 3-8-73 12-28-73 2-13-74 2-22-74 2-28-74 3-16-74 2-26-00 2-9-56 12-20-60 2-13-61 3-23-61 2-9-63 3-5-63 1-28-64 12-10-66 12-9-67 3-1-69 12-16-69 1-5-72 12-23-72 3-7-84 1-5-94 11-26-06 1-9-10

OPPONENT REB BUFFALO ST. 34 ASSUMPTION 30 FAIRFIELD 28 BROWN 27 Seton Hall 26 SYRACUSE 26 RHODE ISLAND 25 St. Bonaventure 25 Boston College 25 HOLY CROSS 25 ST. FRANCIS 25 Fairfield 25 Santa Clara 24 Niagara 24 NIAGARA 23 Boston University 23 DUQUESNE 23 Seton Hall 23 RHODE ISLAND 23 Duquesne 23 Rhode Island 23 Brown 23 Brandeis 22 St. Joseph’s 22 BROWN 22 Cleveland St. 22 St. Bonaventure 22 San Francisco 22 CONNECTICUT 22 MERCER 22 21 NIAGARA BOSTON UNIVERSITY 21 Dayton 21 Fairfield 21 BROWN 21 So. California 21 Holy Cross 21 Villanova 21 Brown 21 Washington St. 21 HOLY CROSS 21 ASSUMPTION 21 CANISIUS 21 Furman (NCAA) 21 BOSTON COLLEGE 21 BATES 20 GONZAGA 20 ST. BONAVENTURE 20 Holy Cross (NIT) 20 CATHOLIC 20 Fairfield 20 SANTA CLARA 20 St. Francis (NY) 20 ST. FRANCIS 20 SETON HALL 20 St. Joseph’s 20 BOSTON COLLEGE 20 DePAUL 20 Seton Hall (BET) 20 SETON HALL 20 GEO. WASHINGTON 20 RUTGERS 20

500 or more rebounds Marvin Barnes ‘74 1592 Jim Hadnot ‘62 1299 John Thompson ‘64 1061 Geoff McDermott ‘09 1055 LaDontae Henton ‘15 1054 Michael Smith ‘94 1038 Ryan Gomes ‘05 1028 Bruce Campbell ‘78 949 Otis Thorpe ‘84 902 Billy Eason ‘78 800 Dickey Simpkins ‘94 790 Kadeem Batts ���14 781 Bob Cooper ‘77 768 Erron Maxey ‘01 738 Jamel Thomas ‘99 733 Bob Misevicius ‘78 722 John Woods ‘60 675 Steve Wright ‘88 672 Mike Riordan ‘67 663 Ray Johnson ‘71 663 Marques Bragg ‘92 657 Bob Kovalski ‘66 647 Austin Croshere ‘97 645 Tony Koski ‘68 594 Marty Conlon ‘90 584 Len Wilkens ‘60 583 Rudy Williams ‘81 577 Marcus Douthit ‘04 566 Bilal Dixon ‘12 543 Mark McAndrew ‘76 519 Herbert Hill ‘07 514 James Walker ‘67 509 John Ritch ‘57 508 Eric Murdock ‘91 504 Rich Hunger ‘81 502 Troy Brown ‘95 501

Marvin Barnes holds game, season and career rebounding records at PC. He grabbed 20 or more rebounds in a game 29 times.

Fastest To 1000 Points Player

DATE

OPPONENT

Jimmy Walker Marvin Barnes Robert Moran Ernie DiGregorio Kevin Stacom Jim Larranaga Jim Hadnot John Thompson Eric Williams John Egan Ryan Gomes Derrick Brown Jim Schlimm Mike Pascale Lenny Wilkens Bruce Campbell Eric Murdock Jim Benedict LaDontae Henton Otis Thorpe Joe Hassett Jamel Thomas Sharaud Curry Vincent Council Ray Flynn Michael Smith Rudy Williams Bryce Cotton Weyinmi Efejuku Marshon Brooks Jerry Scott Austin Croshere Marty Conlon Erron Maxey Bill Fields Bob Cooper Donnie McGrath Kadeem Batts Bill Eason Carlton Screen Dickey Simpkins Geoff McDermott Billy Donovan Randall Hanke Michael Brown Steve Wright

2-12-66 3-3-73 1-6-54 12-9-72 2-19-74 12-30-71 12-1-61 12-14-63 3-20-95 1-7-61 12-9-03 3-16-97 2-27-52 3-2-57 2-9-60 1-2-77 1-24-90 2-19-66 11-29-13 2-12-83 1-17-76 1-13-98 2-10-09 1-4-12 3-21-63 2-19-94 12-29-80 2-3-13 11-18-08 12-4-10 2-14-81 12-10-96 2-10-90 11-26-00 1-13-82 12-1-76 12-20-05 12-21-13 1-25-78 2-21-90 1-8-94 1-17-09 1-31-87 2-7-09 1-28-96 2-29-88

St. Bonaventure St. John’s BOSTON COLLEGE St. Francis Rhode Island St. John’s MT. ST. MARY’S DePaul VIRGINIA TECH (NIT) BOSTON COLLEGE Illinois Duke (NCAA) FAIRFIELD SIENA St. Bonaventure SETON HALL ST. JOHN’S Seton Hall FAIRFIELD SETON HALL Rhode Island Syracuse South Florida SYRACUSE Marquette (NIT) Connecticut BISCAYNE Villanova DARTMOUTH RHODE ISLAND VILLANOVA RHODE ISLAND Pittsburgh Auburn SYRACUSE ASSUMPTION NORTHEASTERN MAINE Massachusetts MIAMI MIAMI MARQUETTE ST. JOHN’S West Virginia Pittsburgh Georgetown

CLASS Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

GAME # SCORING 1000th PT. 45 51 53 56 56 58 59 59 60 61 61 64 65 65 68 72 73 74 74 77 79 79 79 79 81 82 83 83 89 90 91 93 94 94 95 97 99 99 101 104 105 106 107 109 110 121


10 Assists PC 10 Assists Or More In A Game (139 Player Vin Ernst Vin Ernst Carlton Screen Vincent Council Jim Larranaga Ernie DiGregorio Ernie DiGregorio Ernie DiGregorio Vincent Council Vincent Council Kris Dunn Vin Ernst Vin Ernst Vin Ernst Vin Ernst Vin Ernst Ernie DiGregorio Ernie DiGregorio Gary Bello John Nolan Ricky Tucker Ricky Tucker Abdul Abdullah God Shammgod Donnie McGrath Sharaud Curry Kris Dunn Kris Dunn Vin Ernst Vin Ernst Vin Ernst Ernie DiGregorio Ernie DiGregorio Kevin Stacom Ricky Tucker Billy Donovan Carlton Screen God Shammgod Sharaud Curry Vincent Council Kris Dunn Vin Ernst Vin Ernst Ernie DiGregorio Ernie DiGregorio Kevin Stacom Gary Bello Gary Bello Ricky Tucker Billy Donovan Billy Donovan Carlton Screen Carlton Screen Carlton Screen Carlton Screen Abdul Abdullah Abdul Abdullah Abdul Abdullah Abdul Abdullah Abdul Abdullah God Shammgod God Shammgod Geoff McDermott Vincent Council Vincent Council Vincent Council Vincent Council Vincent Council Bryce Cotton Kris Dunn Kris Dunn Kris Dunn Lenny Wilkens Lenny Wilkens John Egan John Egan Vin Ernst Vin Ernst Al Hayes Ernie DiGregorio Ernie DiGregorio Ernie DiGregorio Ernie DiGregorio Ernie DiGregorio Ernie DiGregorio Ernie DiGregorio

DATE 2-7-63 2-9-63 1-20-90 12-6-10 12-8-69 12-9-72 2-25-71 1-15-72 1-10-12 2-1-12 11-20-14 1-25-61 1-28-61 1-31-61 1-31-63 2-26-63 3-3-71 1-20-73 12-27-74 2-7-79 2-4-80 2-28-83 2-15-94 1-20-96 11-30-02 12-9-09 12-18-12 12-22-14 2-2-61 2-26-62 3-3-62 12-19-72 12-23-72 2-28-74 2-5-83 3-12-87 12-22-88 1-28-96 12-2-06 12-20-11 12-31-14 2-12-63 3-19-63 12-18-70 2-22-73 1-17-74 3-8-75 3-18-75 2-12-83 11-28-86 3-2-87 12-3-88 12-27-88 12-30-89 2-25-90 11-29-93 12-31-93 1-11-94 1-29-94 3-11-94 2-14-96 1-6-97 1-4-07 11-29-11 12-5-11 2-25-12 2-28-12 2-16-13 11-16-13 12-20-14 1-29-15 3-12-15 1-16-60 2-29-60 2-1-60 2-8-61 1-10-63 3-23-63 2-14-68 2-1-71 1-5-72 1-22-72 12-15-72 1-13-73 3-5-73 3-15-73

OPPONENT AST DePAUL 16 CATHOLIC 16 Syracuse 16 BROWN 16 VIRGINIA COMMON. 15 ST. FRANCIS 15 DePAUL 14 LOYOLA 14 LOUISVILLE 14 RUTGERS 14 NAVY 14 CANISIUS 13 SCRANTON 13 BROWN 13 Dayton 13 ST. JOSEPH’S 13 ST. BONAVENTURE 13 at UCLA 13 Drake 13 LONG ISLAND 13 CANISIUS 13 PITTSBURGH 13 Syracuse 13 WEST VIRGINIA 13 OHIO UNIVERSITY 13 George Washington 13 13 COLGATE 13 Miami 12 CREIGHTON FAIRFIELD 12 HOLY CROSS 12 OREGON 12 DePAUL 12 12 CANISIUS Syracuse 12 Alabama-Birm. (NCAA) 12 Holy Cross 12 Pittsburgh 12 RHODE ISLAND 12 NEW HAMPSHIRE 12 CREIGHTON 12 RHODE ISLAND 11 Miami (Fla) (NIT) 11 Detroit 11 ASSUMPTION 11 Massachusetts 11 Connecticut 11 Pittsburgh (NIT) 11 SETON HALL 11 AMERICAN 11 VILLANOVA 11 LAFAYETTE 11 MAINE 11 UNC-ASHEVILLE 11 SYRACUSE 11 BROWN 11 SO. CAROLINA 11 RHODE ISLAND 11 Notre Dame 11 Villanova (BET) 11 MIAMI 11 VILLANOVA 11 MARQUETTE 11 HOLY CROSS 11 BROWN 11 DePaul 11 CONNECTICUT 11 NOTRE DAME 11 MARIST 11 MASSACHUSETTS 11 DePAUL 11 St. John’s (BET) 11 BOSTON COLLEGE 10 FAIRFIELD 10 NIAGARA 10 Boston University 10 Rhode Island 10 Canisius (NIT) 10 CANISIUS 10 SETON HALL 10 BOSTON COLLEGE 10 NIAGARA 10 South Carolina 10 Duquesne 10 ST. BONAVENTURE 10 Pennsylvania (NCAA) 10

Ernie DiGregorio thri lled Friar fans in the early ‘70’s with his full passes, and unsurpass -court behind-the-ba ed ballhandling skills. ck He holds the PC season handed out 10 or mo assist record and re assists in a game 16 times, as did Vincen t Council.

Player Gary Bello Gary Bello Bob Misevicius Bob Misevicius Bob Misevicius Bob Misevicius Ricky Tucker Ricky Tucker Ricky Tucker Ricky Tucker Billy Donovan Harold Starks Billy Donovan Billy Donovan Billy Donovan Billy Donovan Billy Donovan Eric Murdock Carlton Screen Carlton Screen Carlton Screen Carlton Screen Carlton Screen Carlton Screen Eric Murdock Abdul Abdullah Abdul Abdullah Abdul Abdullah Abdul Abdullah Abdul Abdullah Abdul Abdullah Abdul Abdullah Abdul Abdullah God Shammgod God Shammgod God Shammgod John Linehan John Linehan Donnie McGrath Geoff McDermott Sharaud Curry Geoff McDermott Geoff McDermott Geoff McDermott Sharaud Curry Vincent Council Vincent Council Vincent Council Vincent Council Vincent Council Vincent Council Vincent Council Bryce Cotton Bryce Cotton Kris Dunn Kyron Cartwright

DATE 3-1-74 3-4-74 1-2-77 1-11-77 2-4-78 3-4-78 1-7-80 12-15-80 12-30-80 2-8-83 2-1-84 2-23-85 1-5-87 2-17-87 2-28-87 3-7-87 3-19-87 3-5-88 11-25-88 11-28-88 3-4-89 1-6-90 2-13-90 2-28-90 3-2-91 12-28-92 3-12-93 3-18-93 11-26-93 1-5-94 2-26-94 3-12-94 3-17-94 2-6-96 12-28-96 2-24-97 11-14-98 2-10-01 12-30-02 12-22-06 1-27-07 2-3-07 12-1-07 12-22-07 1-31-09 11-20-10 12-4-10 1-4-11 1-29-12 3-2-12 1-31-13 3-25-13 12-21-13 3-14-14 1-14-15 12-13-14

OPPONENT AST ST. JOHN’S 10 Brown 10 Seton Hall 10 CONNECTICUT 10 RHODE ISLAND 10 10 Rhode Island NEW HAMPSHIRE 10 CAMPBELL 10 10 MICHIGAN ST. RHODE ISLAND 10 PITTSBURGH 10 VILLANOVA 10 SYRACUSE 10 SETON HALL 10 Georgetown 10 Georgetown (BET) 10 Alabama (NCAA) 10 ST. JOHN’S 10 NIAGARA 10 BROWN 10 BOSTON COLLEGE 10 Georgetown 10 GEORGETOWN 10 MISS. VALLEY ST. 10 VILLANOVA 10 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 10 Connecticut (BET) 10 JAMES MADISON (NIT) 10 Oklahoma St. 10 SETON HALL 10 Miami (Fla) 10 Connecticut (BET) 10 Alabama (NCAA) 10 Connecticut 10 Loyola Marymount 10 SYRACUSE 10 RHODE ISLAND 10 GEORGETOWN 10 PENNSYLVANIA 10 HARVARD 10 Connecticut 10 Marquette 10 Boston College 10 FLORIDA STATE 10 Connecticut 10 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M 10 RHODE ISLAND 10 PITTSBURGH 10 South Florida 10 Notre Dame 10 CONNECTICUT 10 Robert Morris (NIT) 10 MAINE 10 Seton Hall (BET) 10 ST. JOHN’S 10 STONY BROOK 10

200 or more assists

Vincent Council ‘13 Ernie DiGregorio ‘73 Billy Donovan ‘87 Carlton Screen ‘90 Ricky Tucker ‘83 Bob Misevicius ‘78 Eric Murdock ‘91 Vin Ernst ‘63 Geoff McDermott ‘09 Sharaud Curry ‘10 John Linehan ‘02 God Shammgod ‘97 Jimmy Walker ‘67 Donnie McGrath ‘06 Abdul Abdullah ‘94 Bryce Cotton ‘14 Michael Brown ‘96 Len Wilkens ‘60 Harold Starks ‘86 Kris Dunn ‘17 Joe Hassett ‘77 Corey Wright ‘99 John Egan ‘61 Dwight Williams ‘78 Weyinmi Efejuku ‘09 Ryan Gomes ‘05 Trent Forbes ‘93 Gary Bello ‘75 Kevin Stacom ‘74 Marvin Barnes ‘74 Jamel Thomas ‘99 Mike Riordan ‘67 Don Brown ‘86 James Larranaga ‘71 Sheiku Kabba ‘04 Abdul Mills ‘04 Bruce Campbell ‘78 David Frye ‘79 Mark McAndrew ‘76 Jim Panaggio ‘82 Rick Santos ‘75 John Nolan ‘80 Ernie Lewis ‘87

725 662 546 532 520 490 487 487 478 462 450 428 426 426 422 384 359 358 353 346 341 290 283 280 274 270 263 257 246 244 242 241 240 238 235 234 229 229 220 216 212 209 202

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Double-double records prior to 1972-73 are incomplete.

Double-Doubles Double-double records prior to 1972-73 are incomplete. 2/17/62 Boston Univ. 1954-55 2/21/62 St. Joseph’s John Ritch 2/22/62 Scranton 2/16/55 Rhode Island 22p 25r 2/26/62 Fairfield 3/3/62 Holy Cross 1955-56 3/14/62 Temple Lionel Jenkins John Thompson 2/18/56 Boston College 13p 11r 12/1/61 Mt. St. Mary’s John Ritch 12/6/61 Boston College 11p 20r 2/9/56 Bates 12/9/61 St. Francis 2/29/56 Brown 12p 13r 1/3/62 Brown 1/6/62 American 1956-57 2/8/62 Boston College John Ritch 2/10/62 Assumption 1/6/57 St. Anselm 12p 14r 2/26/62 Fairfield 1/9/57 American Inter. 13p 15r 1/30/57 St. Francis 28p 14r 1962-63 2/7/57 Brandeis 20p 22r Vin Ernst 14p 17r 2/25/57 Fairfield 2/12/63 Rhode Island 2/26/63 St. Joseph’s 1957-58 Bob Kovalski Ed Donohue 1/29/63 St. Bonaventure 2/22/58 Springfield 12p 12r 2/7/63 DePaul 3/1/58 Boston College 10p 14r Jimmy Stone Lenny Wilkens 12/3/62 Mt. St. Mary’s 1/16/58 St. Anselm 17p 10r 2/7/63 DePaul John Woods 2/26/63 St. Joseph’s 15p 15r 12/13/57 St. Francis John Thompson 1/11/58 Springfield 10p 12r 12/3/62 Mt. St. Mary’s 1/16/58 St. Anselm 15p 13r 12/8/62 Miami 2/22/58 Springfield 13p 14r 12/19/62 Brown 12/26/62 Delaware 1958-59 12/29/62 Villanova John Egan 1/26/63 Scranton 1/24/59 Villanova 39p 11r 2/5/63 Massachusetts Lenny Wilkens 2/7/63 DePaul 3/5/59 Boston Univ. 11p 11r 2/9/63 Catholic John Woods 2/23/63 Seton Hall 1/24/59 Villanova 16p 10r 2/26/63 St. Joseph’s 3/5/63 Fairfield 1959-60 John Egan 1963-64 2/1/60 Niagara 12p 10a Bob Kovalski Jim Hadnot 1/4/64 Brown 12/9/59 Brown 20p 16r 1/26/64 Creighton 12/12/59 St. Francis 19p 17r 2/4/64 Boston College 12/14/59 Bradley 13p 15r 2/29/64 Holy Cross 12/30/59 Georgetown 15p 13r Jimmy Stone 1/16/60 Boston College 20p 15r 1/25/64 Niagara 1/23/60 St. Joseph’s 15p 11r 2/29/64 Holy Cross 15p 23r 2/1/60 Niagara 3/3/64 Utah State 2/9/60 St. Bonaventure 17p 25r John Thompson 2/13/60 St. Michael’s 17p 16r 12/12/63 St. Louis 2/16/60 Rhode Island 23p 16r 1/4/64 Brown 2/19/60 Boston College 25p 25r 1/25/64 Niagara 2/23/60 Holy Cross 29p 14r 1/26/64 Creighton 2/27/60 Boston Univ. 12p 12r 1/28/64 Santa Clara 17p 19r 10b 3/18/60 St. Louis 2/4/64 Boston College 3/22/60 Bradley 10p 12r 2/22/64 St. Bonaventure Lenny Wilkens 2/26/64 St. Joseph’s 12/30/59 Georgetown 25p 10r 2/29/64 Holy Cross 1/16/60 Boston College 13p 10r 10a 3/3/64 Utah State 1/23/60 St. Joseph’s 18p 11r 3/7/64 Brown 2/13/60 St. Michael’s 14p 10r 3/15/60 Memphis State 28p 10r 1964-65 John Woods Bill Blair 1/16/60 Boston College 10p 13r 12/9/64 Brown 2/27/60 Boston Univ. 10p 14r 2/16/65 Rhode Island 3/2/65 Massachusetts 1960-61 Mike Riordan Vin Ernst 12/4/64 Assumption 1/31/61 Brown 11p 13a Jimmy Walker 2/2/61 Creighton 12p 12a 12/4/64 Assumption Jim Hadnot 2/16/65 Rhode Island 12/3/60 Assumption 11p 18r Dexter Westbrook 12/7/60 Brown 16p 10r 12/1/64 Catholic 14p 10r 12/17/60 Canisius 12/4/64 Assumption 12/20/60 Gonzaga 39p 20r 12/9/64 Brown 1/11/61 Rhode Island 25p 13r 12/17/64 Creighton 1/14/61 St. Michael’s 13p 18r 12/19/64 Iowa 24p 15r 1/21/61 Niagara 12/19/64 Bowling Green 1/25/61 Canisius 26p 14r 1/4/65 Fairfield 18p 17r 1/28/61 Scranton 1/26/65 Rhode Island 1/31/61 Brown 23p 16r 2/16/65 Rhode Island 2/2/61 Creighton 31p 18r 2/23/65 Villanova 2/8/61 Boston Univ. 19p 23r 3/2/65 Massachusetts 2/11/61 Rhode Island 22p 16r 3/5/65 Brown 2/13/61 St. Bonaventure 30p 20r 3/12/65 St. Joseph’s 3/2/61 Fairfield 17p 16r 3/16/61 DePaul 12p 17r 1965-66 3/23/61 Holy Cross 25p 20r Bill Blair Tim Moynahan 1/4/66 Brown 2/23/61 LeMoyne 17p 10r 2/26/66 Holy Cross George Zalucki Bob Kovalski 1/14/61 St. Michael’s 15p 15r 2/1/66 Canisius 3/2/61 Fairfield 23p 17r Mike Riordan 3/25/61 St. Louis 17p 10r 12/28/65 Illinois 1/6/6 Massachusetts 1961-62 1/11/66 Rhode Island Jim Hadnot Jimmy Walker 12/6/61 Boston College 12p 18r 2/19/66 Seton Hall 12/9/61 St. Francis 28p 17r 1/6/62 American 17p 15r 1966-67 1/25/62 Canisius 12p 16r Tony Koski 1/29/62 Niagara 28p 21r 12/7/66 Brown 2/3/62 St. Bonaventure 28p 14r 12/10/66 St. Francis 2/8/62 Boston College 28p 18r 2/8/67 Fairfield 2/10/62 Assumption 18p 10r 2/18/67 Boston College

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3/11/67 Memphis State Mike Riordan 1/28/67 Seton Hall 2/6/67 St. Bonaventure 2/8/67 Fairfield 2/14/67 St. Joseph’s 2/23/67 Rhode Island Jimmy Walker 12/28/66 Northwestern /14/67 St. Joseph’s 1968-69 Craig Callen 12/7/68 St. Francis Andy Clary 12/5/68 Assumption 1/13/69 Creighton 2/12/69 St. Joseph’s Ray Johnson 1/2/69 Cal-Irvine 1/13/69 Creighton 2/5/69 Duquesne 2/18/69 Villanova 3/1/69 Seton Hall Jim Larranaga 1/7/69 St. Bonaventure Gerry McNair 1/4/69 Canisius 1970-71 Fran Costello 12/26/70 Manhattan 2/27/71 Assumption Ernie DiGregorio 12/18/70 Detroit 2/1/71 Seton Hall 2/25/71 DePaul Ray Johnson 12/9/70 Fairfield 2/27/71 Assumption Nehru King 12/30/70 St. John’s 1/5/71 Rhode Island 1/30/71 Canisius Jim Larranaga 12/5/70 Stetson 2/1/71 Seton Hall Donnie Lewis 12/18/70 Detroit 2/13/71 St. Joseph’s 2/17/71 Rhode Island 2/27/71 Assumption 1971-72 Marvin Barnes 12/4/71 Brown 12/8/71 Buffalo State 12/11/71 St. Joseph’s 12/18/71 DePaul 12/22/71 St. Francis (NY) 12/27/71 Penn State 12/28/71 Fordham 1/5/72 Boston College 1/10/72 Villanova 1/15/72 Loyola 1/19/72 Fairfield 1/22/72 Niagara 1/26/72 So. California 1/29/72 Massachusetts 2/5/72 Rhode Island 2/8/72 Canisius 2/13/72 St. Bonaventure 2/15/72 Rhode Island 2/19/72 Holy Cross 2/22/72 Assumption 2/27/72 Duquesne 3/1/72 St. John’s 3/4/72 Seton Hall 3/6/72 Jacksonville 3/9/72 Brown Charlie Crawford 2/19/72 Holy Cross Ernie DiGregorio 1/5/72 Boston College 1/15/72 Loyola 1/22/72 Niagara Larry Ketvirtis 12/22/71 St. Francis (NY) 1/10/72 Villanova Nehru King 1/15/72 Loyola 1972-73 Marvin Barnes 12/9/72 St. Francis (NY) 12/15/72 South Carolina 12/23/72 DePaul 1/2/73 Brown 1/6/73 Canisius 1/13/73 Duquesne 1/20/73 UCLA 1/24/73 Massachusetts 1/27/73 Jacksonville 1/31/73 Boston College 2/3/73 Niagara 2/7/73 St. Joseph’s 2/10/73 Rhode Island 2/12/73 Cleveland State

13p 10r 22p 17r 25p 14r 13p 10r 31p 12r 10p 15r 38p 10r 26p 12r 10p 11r 13p 16r 11p 10r 18p 10r 11p 11r 14p 13r 18p 11r 13p 16r 24p 20r 19p 10r 11p 16r 20p 10r 17p 10r 12p 11a 21p 10a 20p 14a 19p 10r 10p 12r 23p 13r 25p 14r 14p 10r 20p 11r 10p 10r 20p 12r 15p 14r 26p 10r 21p 10r 23p 18r 13p 34r 12b 20p 11b 22p 10r 14p 25r 23p 18r 21p 14r 24p 20r 22p 11r 14p 13r 28p 25r 22p 17r 21p 21r 27p 19r 16p 18r 17p 12r 22p 11r 23p 14r 27p 18r 20p 14r 26p 16r 24p 12r 36p 14r 20p 12r 23p 15r 12p 11r 25p 10a 15p 14a 20p 10a 16p 10r 22p 11r 14p 10r 22p 17r 17p 15r 23p 19r 18p 19r 21p 15r 16p 23r 12p 13r 17p 18r 19p 18r 14p 13r 11p 24r 18p 19r 16p 16r 20p 22r

2/15/73 Holy Cross 2/20/73 Villanova 2/22/73 Assumption 2/24/73 Seton Hall 3/3/73 St. John’s 3/5/73 St. Bonaventure 3/8/73 Brown 3/10/73 St. Joseph’s 3/15/73 Pennsylvania 3/17/73 Maryland Charlie Crawford 3/24/73 Memphis State Ernie DiGregorio 12/9/72 St. Francis (NY) 12/15/72 South Carolina 12/19/72 Oregon 12/23/72 DePaul 1/13/73 Duquesne 1/20/73 UCLA 2/22/73 Assumption 3/5/73 St. Bonaventure 3/15/73 Pennsylvania Nehru King 1/24/73 Massachusetts

21p 21r 23p 21r 29p 30r 20p 23r 18p 15r 32p 22r 19p 21r 10b 21p 17r 20p 13r 19p 15r 10p 15r 25p 15a 18p 10a 20p 12a 18p 12a 27p 10a 22p 13a 21p 11a 30p 10a 18p 10a 10p 11r

1973-74 Marvin Barnes 12/3/73 St. Leo’s 15p 14r 12/10/73 West. Kentucky 16p 14r 12/13/73 San Francisco 20p 22r 12/15/73 Austin Peay 52p 19r 12/17/73 Niagara 20p 18r 12/20/73 William & Mary 16p 18r 12/22/73 DePaul 16p 17r 12/27/73 Purdue 20p 11r 12/28/73 Tennessee 19p 19r 12/29/73 Washington St. 26p 15r 1/5/74 Catholic 21p 19r 1/7/74 California 21p 16r 1/12/74 Villanova 15p 16r 1/17/74 Massachusetts 24p 11r 1/19/74 St. Joseph’s 10p 12r 1/23/74 Boston College 30p 13r 1/26/74 Rhode Island 14p 23r 1/29/74 Jacksonville 14p 19r 1/31/74 Duquesne 27p 23r 2/6/74 St. Bonaventure 29p 16r 2/9/74 Seton Hall 23p 20r 2/12/74 Brown 28p 27r 2/13/74 Holy Cross 31p 21r 2/19/74 Rhode Island 32p 23r 2/22/74 Assumption 23p 21r 2/28/74 Canisius 26p 21r 3/2/74 St. John’s 15p 12r 3/4/74 Brown 37p 23r 3/10/74 Pennsylvania 26p 17r 3/14/74 No. Carolina St. 14p 13r 3/16/74 Furman 18p 21r Gary Bello 3/1/74 St. John’s 14p10a Bob Cooper 12/13/73 San Francisco 11p 11r 12/17/73 Niagara 20p 11r 1/29/74 Jacksonville 25p 12r 2/16/74 St. Francis (NY) 17p 13r 3/2/74 St. John’s 13p 10r 3/14/74 No. Carolina St. 17p 10r Mark McAndrew 2/22/74 Assumption 10p 11r Kevin Stacom 1/17/74 Massachusetts 13p 11a 2/28/74 Canisius 24p 12a 1974-75 Gary Bello 12/28/74 Drake 3/18/75 Pittsburgh Bruce Campbell 12/2/74 Cal-Fullerton 1/4/75 Oregon 1/11/75 Jacksonville 2/1/75 Canisius 2/4/75 Brown 3/18/75 Pittsburgh Bob Cooper 12/28/74 Drake 1/8/75 St. Joseph’s 1/11/75 Jacksonville 2/8/75 Seton Hall 3/3/75 St. Bonaventure Bill Eason 3/3/75 St. Bonaventure 3/18/75 Pittsburgh Mark McAndrew 12/4/74 Brown 1/2/75 San Francisco 1/18/75 Massachusetts 3/3/75 St. Bonaventure

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1975-76 Bruce Campbell 11/29/75 Brown 12/13/75 Purdue 1/10/76 Louisville 1/14/76 Seton Hall 1/17/76 Rhode Island 1/24/76 LaSalle 2/11/76 Boston College

16p 12r 23p 12r 19p 12r 18p 16r 12p 10r 18p 12r 26p 14r

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2/14/76 Canisius 24p 10r 2/28/76 St. John’s 10p 10r 3/13/76 No. Carolina A&T 19p 11r Joe Hassett 1/14/76 Seton Hall 16p 10r Mark McAndrew 12p 10r 11/28/75 Stonehill Bob Misevicius 2/28/76 St. John’s 26p 11r 3/4/76 Holy Cross 10p 11r 3/13/76 No. Carolina A&T 20p 10r 1976-77 Bruce Campbell 24p 15r 11/29/76 Brown 12/1/76 Assumption 17p 12r 12/12/76 Holy Cross 18p 11r 12/29/76 Michigan 25p 10r 1/18/77 Rhode Island 22p 11r 2/19/77 LaSalle 16p 10r Bob Cooper 17p 13r 11/29/76 Brown 12/4/76 Purdue 21p 14r 12/11/76 Boston College 22p 12r 12/12/76 Holy Cross 18p 12r 1/22/77 Boston Univ. 23p 10r 2/1/77 St. Bonaventure 16p 10r 2/9/77 DePaul 24p10r Bill Eason 16p 1/24/77 Canisius 12r 2/12/77 Long Island 20p 13r Bob Misevicius 12p 1/2/77 Seton Hall 10r 10a 1/8/77 Massachusetts 10p 10r 1/11/77 Connecticut 14p 13r 10a 1/25/77 Niagara 13p 14r 10p 3/5/77 Holy Cross 11r 1977-78 Bruce Campbell 12/22/77 California 18p 11r 1/7/78 Canisius 18p 12r 20p 2/14/78 Niagara 10r 2/21/78 Rhode Island 19p 13r Bill Eason 1/5/78 Brown 18p 10r 1/7/78 Canisius 16p 13r 2/2/78 St. Bonaventure 19p 11r 14p 3/2/78 Holy Cross 10r Rich Hunger 2/19/78 Boston College 15p 10r Bob Misevicius 11/30/77 Louisville 16p 12r 12/22/77 California 13p 13r 1/28/78 DePaul 18p 12r 2/4/78 Rhode Island 10r 10a 3/4/78 Rhode Island 14p 10a 1978-79 Bill Fields 16p 11r 12/23/78 Louisville 1/11/79 Seton Hall 18p 12r Rudy Williams 12/6/78 Boston College 26p 14r 1/6/79 Brown 18p 14r 1/27/79 Canisius 30p 18r 1979-80 Bill Fields 11/30/79 Stonehill Rich Hunger 11/30/79 Stonehill Rudy Williams 11/30/79 Stonehill 12/1/79 Niagara 12/5/79 Assumption 1/4/80 St. Bonaventure 1/19/80 N. Carolina A&T

14p 10r 10p 12r 20p 10r 18p 14r 16p 13r 21p 12r 19p 11r 1980-81 Rich Hunger 11/29/80 Massachusetts 12p 12r 12/27/80 Brown 14p 10r 12/29/80 Biscayne 21p 17r Jerry Scott 11p 10r 12/15/80 Campbell Otis Thorpe 11p 12r 12/2/80 Assumption 12/15/80 Campbell 18p 10r 2/7/81 Syracuse 20p 13r 2/14/81 Villanova 20p 10r 1981-82 Ron Jackson 26p 10r 12/5/81 Arizona Otis Thorpe 22p 11r 11/30/81 Assumption 12/2/81 St. Michael’s 24p 12r 12/19/81 Creighton 15p 12r 12/20/81 Maine 12p 10r 12/22/81 Drexel 16p 10r 1/20/82 Rhode Island 12p 11r 14p 14r 1/23/82 Georgetown 2/10/82 Boston College 19p 14r 20p 10r 2/13/82 Seton Hall 2/27/82 Villanova 13p 12r 1982-83 Ray Knight 3/5/83 Boston College 11p 13r

14p 10r 19p 12r 18p 12r 19p 13r 26p 11r 20p 10r 24p 12r 10p 10a 10p 11a 1983-84 Ray Knight 11p 11r 11/30/83 Assumption 10p 10r 2/27/84 Howard Otis Thorpe 25p 14r 11/30/83 Assumption 16p 18r 12/28/83 Pennsylvania 1/11/84 Boston College 18p 16r 1/14/84 Syracuse 24p 13r 25p 14r 2/4/84 Seton Hall 10p 15r 2/7/84 St. John’s 14p 10r 2/25/84 Villanova 2/27/84 Howard 25p 13r 19p 20r 3/7/84 Seton Hall

13p 12r 10p 10r 14p 10r 21p 13r 1985-86 Dave Kipfer 3/17/86 George Mason 19p 13r Alan Roth 12p 10r 12/7/85 Rhode Island 12/28/85 Xavier 10p 11r Steve Wright 17p 11r 12/2/85 Northeastern 12/4/85 Brown 17p 13r 12/28/85 Xavier 12p 10r 2/1/86 Boston College 10p 15r 3/17/86 George Mason 10p 15r 1986-87 Billy Donovan 11/28/86 American 26p 11a 1/5/87 Syracuse 12p 10a 2/17/87 Seton Hall 23p 10a 21p 10a 2/28/87 Georgetown 3/2/87 Villanova 28p 11a 3/7/87 Georgetown 11p 10a 3/12/87 Alabama-Birm. 35p 12a 3/19/87 Alabama 26p 10a Dave Kipfer 1/5/87 Syracuse 20p 11r 2/25/87 Seton Hall 17p 10r Ernie Lewis 12/9/86 Brown 13p 10r Steve Wright 12/6/86 Rhode Island 14p10r 2/19/87 Syracuse 15p 14r 1987-88 Eric Murdock 3/5/88 St. John’s 17p 10a Darryl Wright 12/8/87 Brown 18p 10r Steve Wright 1/2/88 Marist 14p 10r 2/6/88 Seton Hall 11p 14r 1988-89 Marty Conlon 12/6/88 Yale 17p 10r 1/18/89 Georgetown 13p 10r 2/18/89 Syracuse 29p 11r Cal Foster 12p 10r 2/22/89 Georgetown Eric Murdock 11/28/88 Brown 17p 12r 2/1/89 St. John’s 24p 10r Carlton Screen 11/28/88 Brown 21p 10a 1989-90 Marques Bragg 1/6/90 Georgetown 15p 11r Quinton Burton 11/25/89 Bowling Green 10p 10r 13p 12r 12/30/89 UNC-Ashville 2/3/90 Connecticut 13p 10r 3/9/90 Georgetown 16p 10r Marty Conlon 11/25/89 Bowling Green 17p 10r 12/2/89 Holy Cross 21p 11r 1/30/90 Villanova 22p 10r 2/19/90 Connecticut 10p 10r 2/28/90 Miss. Valley St. 20p 11r Carlton Screen 12/30/89 UNC-Ashville 13p 11a 1/20/90 Syracuse 10p 16a 2/13/90 Georgetown 29p 10a 2/25/90 Syracuse 20p 11a 2/28/90 Miss. Valley St. 14p 10a 1984-85 Ray Knight 12/4/84 Holy Cross 12/8/84 Rhode Island 1/19/85 Marquette Steve Wright 12/29/84 Illinois State

11p12r 10p 15r 11p 10r 16p 14r 12p 10r 1990-91 Marques Bragg 12/1/90 New Hampshire 14p 13r 21p 14r 12/8/90 Rhode Island 12/21/90 Manhattan 10p 10r 12/29/90 Liberty 18p 14r 1/26/91 Syracuse 21p 11r 2/6/91 Georgetown 15p 11r 2/16/91 Villanova 10p 16r 2/23/91 Boston College 25p 10r 12r 3/13/91 James Madison 21p 16r 3/20/91 Oklahoma 14p Fred Campbell 10r 3/18/91 West Virginia 10p Eric Murdock 11r 12/11/90 Boston College 34p 3/2/91 Villanova 30p 10a 3/8/91 St. John’s 21p 10r Dickey Simpkins 11/24/90 Lafayette 12p 10r 12/11/90 Boston College 10p 13r 12/31/90 Charleston Sou. 11p 13r 1/5/91 Holy Cross 16p 14r 1991-92 Marques Bragg 11/26/91 Minnesota 14p 11r 12/7/91 Holy Cross 16p 12r 12/21/91 Vermont 14p 16r 12/30/91 Cent. Connect. 21p 14r 1/14/92 Boston College 14p 15r 1/22/92 Connecticut 13p 14r 2/1/92 Pittsburgh 11p 10r Dickey Simpkins 12/1/91 Brown 12p 11r 2/1/92 Pittsburgh 16p 10r Michael Smith 12/4/91 Maryland 17p 10r 11r 12/28/91 Alabama State 15p 12/30/91 Cent. Connect. 10p 15r 1/11/92 Pittsburgh 19p 14r 1/18/92 St. John’s 25p 16r 1/22/92 Connecticut 13p 22r 1/28/92 Syracuse 23p 10r 2/1/92 Pittsburgh 16p 13r 12r 2/4/92 Seton Hall 14p 2/8/92 Georgetown 11p 12r 2/12/92 Miami 14p 15r 19p 11r 2/12/92 Connecticut 1992-93 Dickey Simpkins 12/28/92 Boston Univ. 15p 11r 1/2/93 Pittsburgh 16p 16r 1/25/93 Villanova 12p 10r Michael Smith 12/1/92 Brown 15p 10r 12/8/92 Rhode Island 16p 11r 12/22/92 Arizona 13p 10r 34p 1/9/93 Seton Hall 18r 1/16/93 Syracuse 12p 11r 15p 1/23/93 Connecticut 16r 1/30/93 Dartmouth 14p 13r 2/2/93 Seton Hall 21p 12r 2/9/93 St. John’s 11p 11r 2/13/93 Georgetown 15p 11r 2/20/93 Villanova 11p 12r 3/18/93 James Madison 10p 12r 3/21/93 West Virginia 15p 12r 3/24/93 Boston College 12p 18r 3/31/93 Alabama Birm. 17p 14r 1993-94 Dickey Simpkins 1/11/93 Rhode Island 23p 11r 1/22/94 Boston College 12p 11r 2/8/94 Pittsburgh 11p 10r Michael Smith 11/26/93 Oklahoma State 18p 14r 11/29/93 Brown 10p 12r 12/4/93 Pittsburgh 16p 15r 12/7/93 Villanova 13p 11r 12/21/93 Princeton 10p 15r Seton Hall 16p 1/5/94 20r 1/11/94 Rhode Island 19p 15r 1/15/94 Georgetown 16p 13r 1/19/94 Connecticut 10p 11r 1/22/94 Boston College 18p 13r 15p 1/25/94 Syracuse 26r 20p 2/8/94 Pittsburgh 11r 2/15/94 Syracuse 14p 10r 10p 10r 2/21/94 St. John’s 15p 3/7/94 Georgetown 12r 3/11/94 Villanova 25p 12r 3/13/94 Georgetown 16p 16r 3/17/94 Alabama 10p 10r Eric Williams 13p 12/11/93 St. Francis 12r 1/31/94 Seton Hall 22p 10r 29p 3/2/94 Villanova 13r Abdul Shamsid-Deen 1/20/90 Syracuse 1/27/90 Boston College 2/25/90 Syracuse 2/28/90 Miss. Valley St. 3/15/90 Ohio State

Otis Thorpe 12/1/82 Robert Morris 12/4/82 St. John’s 12/10/82 Ohio Univ. 2/26/83 Connecticut 2/28/83 Pittsburgh 3/5/83 Boston College 3/9/83 Seton Hall Ricky Tucker 2/8/83 Rhode Island 2/12/83 Seton Hall

1994-95 Troy Brown 12/21/94 Bryant 1/7/95 Pittsburgh 1/18/95 Miami 1/21/95 Syracuse 2/1/95 Seton Hall 2/18/95 Georgetown 3/11/95 Villanova Austin Croshere 3/10/95 Syracuse Franklin Western 12/3/94 Rhode Island Eric Williams 11/26/94 Rider 2/1/95 Seton Hall 2/22/95 St. John’s 3/10/95 Syracuse 3/20/95 Virginia Tech 1995-96 Derrick Brown 12/11/95 Wisconsin 2/3/96 Rutgers 2/10/96 Pittsburgh 3/7/96 Villanova Austin Croshere 11/25/95 New Hampshire 3/15/96 Fairfield Ruben Garces 12/6/95 Seton Hall 12/9/95 Rhode Island 12/21/95 Texas God Shammgod 2/6/96 Connecticut 2/14/96 Miami Jamel Thomas 12/21/95 Texas

17p 13r 21p 11r 13p 10r 12p 14r 17p 14r 17p 12r 13p 12r 28p 14r 21p 11r 14p 11r 22p 13r 30p 11r 12p 10r 12p 10r 11p 10r 15p 13r 21p 10r 17p 11r 31p 14r 16p 12r 12p 14r 11p 16r 11p 14r 10p 10a 11p 11a 19p 12r

1996-97 Derrick Brown 11/22/96 Alaska-Fairbanks 29p 14r 1/29/97 Connecticut 31p 10r 2/1/97 Boston College 21p 11r 2/5/97 Rutgers 17p 12r 3/19/97 Duke 33p 10r Austin Croshere 12/28/96 Loyola-Mary. 20p 11r 1/6/97 Villanova 27p 10r 1/19/97 West Virginia 12p 16r 2/1/97 Boston College 25p 10r 2/12/97 Georgetown 20p 12r 2/15/97 Pittsburgh 25p 12r 2/18/97 Rutgers 17p 13r 2/24/97 Syracuse 21p 11r 3/19/97 Duke 21p 10r Ruben Garces 11/27/96 Long Island 14p 13r 1/2/97 St. John’s 14p 10r 1/11/97 Seton Hall 16p 18r 2/24/97 Syracuse 12p 13r 3/7/97 Villanova 15p 10r 3/23/97 Arizona 16p 19r God Shammgod 12/21/96 Brown 10p 10s 2/24/97 Syracuse 14p 10a Jamel Thomas 11/22/96 Alaska-Fairbanks 29p 15r 11/23/96 Middle Tenn. 12p 10r 3/6/97 West Virginia 11p 12r 3/23/97 Arizona 23p 11r 1997-98 Llewellyn Cole 12/27/97 Purdue Justin Farley 2/18/98 Miami Erron Maxey 1/5/98 Iona Ben Perkins 11/18/97 Vermont Jamel Thomas 11/18/97 Vermont 11/25/97 Brown 12/23/97 Loyola-Mary. 1/5/98 Iona 2/28/98 Notre Dame 3/4/98 Notre Dame 1998-99 Justin Farley 1/26/99 Villanova 2/20/99 Villanova 2/27/99 Georgetown Erron Maxey 11/21/98 Texas Pan Am 12/11/98 Rutgers 1/12/99 Syracuse 3/10/99 No. Carolina St. Jamel Thomas 11/10/98 Texas Christian 11/30/98 Maine 12/5/98 Brown 12/30/98 Pittsburgh 1/9/99 Georgetown 1/12/99 Syracuse 1/23/99 Arkansas

10p 10r 16p 10r 11p 12r 10p 12r 25p 11r 16p 10r 13p 12r 14p 11r 32p 10r 17p 10r 10p 10r 21p 10r 25p 11r 20p 11r 13p 13r 14p 12r 12p 12r 21p 11r 25p 11r 30p 10r 25p 11r 17p 12r 19p 14r 30p 10r

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Double-Doubles 1999-00 Erron Maxey 11/22/99 Brown 12/4/99 No. Carolina St. 12/7/99 Rhode Island 12/21/99 Cent. Connect. 12/23/99 Arkansas 2/12/00 Rutgers 2/26/00 Boston College Karim Shabazz 12/27/99 Long Island 12/30/99 Massachusetts 1/8/00 Boston College 1/30/00 West Virginia 2000-01 Marcus Douthit 12/23/00 Brown John Linehan 2/10/01 Georgetown Erron Maxey 11/21/00 Maine 12/7/00 Massachusetts 2/3/01 St. John’s Karim Shabazz 12/11/00 G. Washington 1/28/01 Miami 2/10/01 Georgetown

15p 18r 18p 10r 12p 14r 19p 14r 18p 11r 12p 10r 16p 21r 25p 15r 10b 14p 10r 15p 16r 14p 11r 22p 11r 18p 10a 11p 11r 17p 12r 13p 11r 14p 13r 11p 12r 22p 11r

2001-02 Marcus Douthit 12/19/01 Sacred Heart 17p 10r Ryan Gomes 1/5/02 Syracuse 12p 15r 1/19/02 Miami 31p 12r 2/2/02 Boston College 12p 12r 2/19/02 Villanova 17p 11r Maris Laksa 1/22/02 Rutgers 12p 14r 1/26/02 St. John’s 18p 13r Garnett Thompson 11/19/01 Oklahoma State 11p 10r 2002-03 Romuald Augustin 12/28/02 Northeastern Marcus Douthit 12/19/02 Richmond Ryan Gomes 11/23/02 Brown 12/7/02 Rhode Island 12/19/02 Richmond 12/21/02 Alabama 12/28/02 Northeastern 12/30/02 Pennsylvania 1/4/03 Siena 1/11/03 Villanova 1/15/03 Louisiana-Laf. 1/21/03 Notre Dame 1/29/03 Miami 2/18/03 Miami 3/8/03 Seton Hall 3/12/03 West Virginia 3/13/03 Pittsburgh 3/19/03 Richmond 3/24/03 Georgetown 2003-04 Marcus Douthit 1/10/04 Rutgers 2/7/04 Syracuse Ryan Gomes 11/22/03 Hofstra 12/6/03 Illinois 12/23/03 Richmond 12/28/03 Siena 1/3/04 Virginia 1/17/04 West Virginia 1/24/04 Connecticut 2/1/04 Seton Hall 2/11/04 Villanova 2/14/04 Boston College 2/24/04 Notre Dame 2/29/04 St. John’s 3/19/04 Pacific

21p 10r 11p 10r 17p 12r 24p 15r 24p 17r 21p 12r 20p 10r 16p 11r 17p 11r 14p 11r 21p 10r 21p 13r 12p 15r 20p 10r 12p 10r 26p 15r 16p 11r 10p 10r 21p 13r 16p 11r 16p 11r 17p 14r 24p 12r 16p 13r 20p 15r 27p 11r 21p 12r 26p 12r 28p 13r 23p 12r 20p 11r 25p 12r 19p 11r 25p 13r

2004-05 Dwight Brewington 11/18/04 Rutgers Ryan Gomes 11/16/04 Niagara 11/26/04 Michigan 12/21/04 Maine 1/3/05 Brown 1/11/05 Villanova 2/9/05 West Virginia Randall Hanke 3/1/05 St. John’s 3/5/05 Georgetown Herbert Hill 1/11/05 Villanova Tuukka Kotti 12/4/04 Rhode Island 2/13/05 Rutgers

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2005-06 Randall Hanke 12/20/05 Northeastern 3/4/06 Marquette

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Herbert Hill 1/25/06 Rutgers 2/7/06 DePaul 2/17/06 Cincinnati Jonathan Kale 12/27/05 San Diego St. 1/14/06 Notre Dame Geoff McDermott 12/20/05 Northeastern 12/27/05 San Diego St. 1/3/06 Loyola 1/21/06 DePaul 3/4/06 Marquette

19p 10r 20p 11r 17p 10r 15p 12r 12p 10r 10p 16r 15p 13r 21p 14r 10p 11r 14p 16r

2006-07 Sharaud Curry 12/2/06 Rhode Island 16p 12a 1/27/07 Connecticut 12p 10a Weyinmi Efejuku 1/4/07 Marquette 18p 10r Herbert Hill 11/26/06 Geo. Washington 20p 20r 12/9/06 Maine 27p 11r 1/2/07 Longwood 17p 13r 1/13/07 Louisville 23p 11r 1/17/07 Seton Hall 17p 15r 1/20/07 Rutgers 20p 13r 1/27/07 Connecticut 19p 11r 2/6/07 Cincinnati 16p 11r 2/10/07 Pittsburgh 20p 10r 2/17/07 St. John’s 16p 11r 2/24/07 Syracuse 29p 15r 2/28/07 So. Florida 28p 16r 3/7/07 West Virginia 20p 10r 3/14/07 Bradley 19p 14r Jonathan Kale 12/2/06 Rhode Island 13p 11r Geoff McDermott 11/22/06 Boston College 18p 16r 11/26/06 Geo. Washington 10p 10r 12/2/06 Rhode Island 15p 11r 12/6/06 Florida 11p 10r 12/9/06 Maine 16p 13r 12/19/06 Holy Cross 11p 17r 12/22/06 Harvard 12p 11r 10a 1/4/07 Marquette 11p 11a 1/6/07 Seton Hall 14p 15r 1/13/07 Louisville 11p 14r 2007-08 Geoff McDermott 11/27/07 Maine 12/6/07 South Carolina 12/19/07 Sacred Heart 12/22/07 Florida State 1/17/08 Connecticut 2/5/08 DePaul 3/2/08 Cincinnati Weyinmi Efejuku 12/19/07 Sacred Heart Randall Hanke 12/31/07 St. Peter’s 2008-09 Randall Hanke 12/3/08 Brown Jonathan Kale 11/30/08 St. Mary’s 1/22/09 Seton Hall 3/6/09 Villanova Geoff McDermott 11/13/08 Sacred Heart 11/22/08 Maine 12/17/08 Jackson St. 1/3/09 DePaul 1/17/09 Marquette 2009-10 Sharaud Curry 12/9/00 G. Washington Bilal Dixon 11/13/09 Bryant 1/27/10 Connecticut 2/6/10 Marquette 3/6/10 Seton Hall 3/9/10 Seton Hall (BET) Jamine Peterson 11/15/09 Mercer 11/20/09 Alabama 11/28/09 Boston College 12/5/09 Rhode Island 12/9/09 G. Washington 12/12/09 Iona 12/21/09 Yale 1/9/10 Rutgers 1/14/10 DePaul 1/23/10 So. Florida 1/27/10 Connecticut 2/2/10 Syracuse 2/6/10 Marquette 2/17/10 West Virginia 3/4/10 Pittsburgh 3/9/10 Seton Hall (BET) 2010-11 Kadeem Batts 1/16/11 So. Florida 2/19/11 Cincinnati

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Marshon Brooks 11/15/10 Yale 11/18/10 Morgan State 11/20/10 Prairie View 11/23/10 La Salle 12/8/10 Boston College 12/21/10 Sacred Heart 2/5/11 Georgetown Vincent Council 11/20/10 Prairie View 12/4/10 Rhode Island 12/6/10 Brown 1/4/11 Pittsburgh Bilal Dixon 11/15/10 Yale 11/20/10 Prairie View 12/1/10 Northeastern 1/30/11 Seton Hall

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2011-12 Kadeem Batts 1/10/12 Louisville Gerard Coleman 11/22/11 Southern Vincent Council 11/29/11 Holy Cross 12/5/11 Brown 12/20/11 New Hampshire 1/10/12 Louisville 1/25/12 Pittsburgh 1/29/12 So. Florida 2/1/12 Rutgers 2/25/12 DePaul 3/2/12 Notre Dame Bilal Dixon 2/1/12 Rutgers LaDontae Henton 11/19/11 Florida A&M 12/10/11 Bryant 12/20/11 New Hampshire 12/31/11 Georgetown 1/4/12 Syracuse 1/14/12 Syracuse 1/25/12 Pittsburgh 2/25/12 DePaul 3/2/12 Notre Dame 2012-13 Kadeem Batts 11/16/12 Penn State 11/18/12 UNC Ashville 1/16/13 Georgetown 3/5/13 Seton Hall 3/9/13 Connecticut Bryce Cotton 11/12/12 Bryant Vincent Council 1/31/13 Connecticut 2/16/13 Notre Dame 3/25/13 Robert Morris LaDontae Henton 11/15/12 Massachusetts 11/18/12 UNC Ashville 11/27/12 Holy Cross 12/6/12 Rhode Island 12/18/12 Colgate 1/13/13 Seton Hall 1/16/13 Georgetown 1/31/13 Connecticut 2/20/13 Syracuse 2/23/13 Rutgers 3/5/13 Seton Hall 2013-14 Kadeem Batts 11/13/13 Brown 11/16/13 Marist 11/18/13 Vermont 12/21/13 Maine 1/21/14 Butler 2/4/14 St. John’s 2/18/14 Villanova 2/28/14 Seton Hall 3/8/14 Creighton 3/13/14 St. John’s Bryce Cotton 11/16/13 Marist 12/21/13 Maine 3/14/14 Seton Hall Tyler Harris 2/18/14 Villanova LaDontae Henton 11/8/13 Boston College 1/25/14 Xavier 3/4/14 Marquette 3/13/14 St. John’s 3/14/14 Seton Hall 3/21/14 North Carolina 2014-15 Ben Bentil 2/4/15 Georgetown 2/18/15 DePaul 3/4/15 Seton Hall 3/12/15 St. John’s 3/13/15 Villanova

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17p 11r 15p 11r 10p11r 27p 12r 14p 12r 24p 11r 15p 10a 11p 11a 12p 10a 13p 11r 15p 10r 19p 10r 21p 17r 14p 10r 12p 13r 14p 10r 15p 13r 15p 13r 18p 10r 15p 10r 19p 11r 28p 11r 12p 10r 22p 11r 14p 17r 15p 10r 21p 11r 14p 11r 13p 11r 13p 12r 28p 11a 22p 10a 18p 10a 15p 12r 15p 13r 23p 11r 20p 16r 16p 11r 26p 14r 16p 11r

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CAREER DOUBLE-DOUBLES 80 Marvin Barnes, 1971-74 46 Jim Hadnot, 1959-62 45 Michael Smith, 1991-94 TRIPLE-DOUBLES Jim Hadnot 3/18/60 1/16/60 Lenny Wilkens Marvin Barnes 12/8/71 3/8/73 Marvin Barnes Bob Misevicius 1/2/77 Bob Misevicius 1/11/77 Karim Shabazz 12/27/99 Geoff McDermott 12/22/06 Kris Dunn 1/29/15 20-20 GAMES John Ritch John Ritch Jim Hadnot Jim Hadnot Jim Hadnot Jim Hadnot Jim Hadnot Jim Hadnot Jim Hadnot John Thompson John Thompson Ray Johnson Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Marvin Barnes Herbert Hill Jamine Peterson

2/16/55 2/7/57 2/19/60 12/20/60 2/13/61 3/23/61 1/29/62 2/17/62 3/3/62 2/9/63 1/28/64 3/1/69 1/5/72 1/19/72 1/26/72 2/12/73 2/15/73 2/20/73 2/22/73 2/24/73 3/5/73 12/13/73 1/31/74 2/9/74 2/12/74 2/13/74 2/19/74 2/22/74 2/28/74 3/4/74 11/26/06 1/9/10

Kyron Cartwright 12/13/14 Stony Brook Kris Dunn 11/20/14 Navy 12/20/14 Massachusetts 12/22/14 Miami 1/14/15 St. John’s 1/22/15 Xavier 1/29/15 DePaul 3/12/15 St. John’s LaDontae Henton 11/15/14 Albany 11/22/14 Florida State 1/22/15 Xavier 2/18/15 DePaul 3/1/15 Marquette 3/12/15 St. John’s 3/20/15 Dayton

SEASON DOUBLE-DOUBLES 31 Marvin Barnes, 1973-74 25 Marvin Barnes, 1971-72 24 Marvin Barnes, 1972-73

St. Louis Boston College Buffalo State Brown Seton Hall Connecticut Long Island Harvard DePaul

17p 19r 10b 13p 10r 10a 13p 34r 12b 19p 21r 10b 12p 10r 10a 14p 13r 10a 25p 15r 10b 12p 11r 10a 27p 13r 11a

Rhode Island 22p 25r 20p 22r Brandeis Boston College 25p 25r Gonzaga 39p 20r St. Bonaventure 30p 20r Holy Cross 25p 20r Niagara 28p 21r Boston Univ. 25p 21r Holy Cross 42p 25r Catholic 38p 20r Santa Clara 26p 20r Seton Hall 24p 20r Boston College 24p 20r 28p 25r Fairfield So. California 21p 21r Cleveland State 20p 22r Holy Cross 21p 21r 23p 21r Villanova Assumption 29p 30r Seton Hall 20p 23r St. Bonaventure 32p 22r San Francisco 20p 22r Duquesne 27p 23r Seton Hall 23p 20r Brown 28p 27r Holy Cross 31p 21r Rhode Island 32p 23r Assumption 23p 21r 26p 21r Canisius Brown 37p 23r Geo. Washington 20p 20r Rutgers 29p 20r

10 p 10a 12p 14a 16p 11a 15p 13a 17p 10a 20p 10r 27p 13r 11a 17p 11a 21p 11r 24p 10r 24p 10r 22p 11r 25p 15r 20p 12r 18p 11r


In The Polls 165 weeks in the Top 25 • 62 weeks in the Top 10 • 19 weeks in the Top 5

Final Top 25 Polls 1959-60: 14 (AP), 18 (UPI) 1962-63: 11 (AP), 13 (UPI) 1963-64: 19 (UPI) 1964-65: 4 (AP), 4 (UPI) 1965-66: 10 (UPI) 1966-67: 17 (UPI) 1972-73: 4 (AP), 6 (UPI) 1973-74: 5 (AP), 6 (UPI) 1974-75: 20 (AP) 1976-77: 15 (UPI) 1986-87: 6 (USA/CNN) 1996-97: 15 (USA/CNN) 2003-04: 21 (AP) WEEK AP/UPI 1959-60 1/26/60 20/ 2/2/60 16/ 2/9/60 14/ 2/16/60 16/ 2/23/60 15/ 3/1/60 15/20 3/8/60 14/18 (Final) 1960-61 11/27/60    - /18 (Presea.) 12/6/60   - /13 12/13/60   - / 9 12/20/60  13/17 12/27/60  15/16 1/3/61   - /20 1/31/61  16/ 2/14/61    - /20 1961-62 11/26/61    5/4 (Presea.) 12/5/61    - /4 12/12/61    - /4 12/19/61    3/4 12/26/61    - /11 1962-63 2/19/63    - /20 2/26/63   18/17 3/5/63   10/13 3/12/63   11/13 (Final) 1963-64 11/26/63    - /14 (Presea.) 12/3/63    - /12 2/4/64   20/ 2/25/64    - /18 3/3/64    - /18 3/10/64    - /19 (Final) 1964-65 1/5/65    9/12 1/12/65    6/6 1/19/65    6/7 1/26/65    4/5 2/2/65    4/4 2/9/65    4/4 2/16/65    3/4 2/23/65    4/4 3/2/65    4/4 3/9/65    4/4 (Final) 1965-66 11/28/65    6/6 (Presea.) 12/7/65    8/8 12/14/65   7/7 12/21/65    7/6 12/28/65   10/8 1/6/66    6/6 1/11/66    6/7 1/18/66    4/4 1/25/66    3/3 2/1/66    4/4 2/8/66    6/4 2/15/66    6/4 2/22/66    9/8 3/1/66    8/8 3/8/66    - /10 (Final) 1966-67 11/28/66    - /10 (Presea.) 12/6/66    - /15 12/13/66    - /18 1/3/67    7/8 1/10/67    9/11 1/17/67   10/13 1/24/67   10/11 1/31/67   10/10 2/7/67    9/9 2/14/67    - /15 2/21/67    - /14 2/28/67    - /13 3/7/67   - /17 (Final)

1971-72 2/1/72   16/14 2/8/72   12/13 2/15/72   13/15 2/22/72   - /19 3/7/72   - /19 1972-73 11/21/72   - /18 (Presea.) 12/5/72  19/18 12/12/72  14/14 12/19/72  18/13 12/26/72  17/12 1/2/73  13/12 1/9/73  11/10 1/16/73   9/9 1/23/73  14/13 1/30/73  12/12 2/6/73  12/15 2/13/73   8/11 2/20/73   7/8 2/27/73   6/6 3/6/73   5/6 3/13/73   4/5 (Final) 1973-74 11/25/73   6/9 (Presea.) 12/4/73   6/ 12/11/73   8/8 12/18/73   9/8 12/25/73   9/8 1/1/74  14/13 1/8/74  10/11 1/15/74   7/7 1/22/74   8/7 1/29/74   9/8 2/5/74  11/12 2/12/74  11/12 2/19/74  11/12 2/26/74  12/13 3/5/74   8/8 3/12/74   5/6 (Final) UPI 3/19/74   8/ 3/27/74   8/ - (Final) AP 1974-75 11/24/74  14/17 (Presea.) 12/3/74  17/ 12/10/74  20/ 12/17/74  16/ 12/24/74  12/16 12/31/74  10/13 1/7/75  19/16 1/14/75  15/ 1/21/75  16/ 3/18/75  20/ - (Final) 1975-76 11/26/75  17/19 (Presea.) 12/2/75  15/19 1976-77 1/4/77  17/14 1/11/77  15/17 1/18/77  15/17 1/25/77  14/15 2/1/77  15/17 2/8/77  16/16 2/15/77  16/16 2/22/77  12/12 3/1/77   8/8 3/8/77  13/15 3/15/77   - /15 (Final) 1977-78 12/6/77  20/17 12/13/77  14/13 12/20/77  14/13 12/27/77  13/13 1/3/78  17/18 1/10/78  14/15 1/17/78  12/19 1/24/78   9/10 1/31/78  16/16 2/7/78  20/ 2/14/78  13/13 2/21/78  11/11 2/28/78  18/16 WEEK AP/ESPN-USA Today 1986-87 2/3/87  17/18 2/10/87  20/ 2/17/87  19/ 2/24/87  20/ 4/1/87 - /6 (Final) 1988-89 1/10/89  20/18 1/17/89 - /19 1/24/89  20/ -

1996-97 4/1/97 2000-01 2/18/01 2003-04 1/5/04 1/26/04 2/2/04 2/9/04 2/16/04 2/23/04 3/1/04 3/8/04 3/15/04 2014-15 11/24/14 2/23/15 3/2/15

All-Time Top 25 Upsets (106)

1-24-59 2-16-59 3-17-59 1-23-60 25/ 2-23-60 3-18-60 25/ 3-20-60 23/24 3-23-61 3-25-61 23/23 2- 2-63 24/21 2- 7-63 19/17 2-26-63 13/13 1-27-64 12/13 3- 3-64 20/17 1- 2-65 21/19 (Final) AP 2- 4-65 3-12-65 12-30-65 - /25 1- 7-69 25/ 1-28-70 24/23 2- 4-70 12-30-70 3-20-71 1-10-72 OVERALL RECORD VS. THE TOP 25: 1-26-72 106-245, .302 3- 6-72 Record vs. the Top 5: 9-55, .141 12-15-72 1-27-73 Record vs. the Top 10: 23-136, .145 2- 7-73 Record vs. the Top 20: 92-226, .289 3- 3-73 COACHES RECORDS VS. THE TOP 25: 3-10-73 3-15-73 Vin Cuddy (1949-55): 0-5, .000 3-17-73 Joe Mullaney (1955-69): 19-22, .463 12-13-73 Dave Gavitt (1969-79): 25-21, .543 3-16-74 Gary Walters (1979-81): 0-8, .000 3-15-75 Joe Mullaney (1981-85): 3-26, .103 12-13-75 Rick Pitino (1985-87): 5-14, .263 1-10-76 Gordie Chiesa (1987-88): 2-5, .286 2-28-76 Rick Barnes (1988-94): 17-36, .321 3-16-76 Pete Gillen (1994-98): 10-23, .303 12-29-76 11-30-77 Tim Welsh (1998-08): 14-45, .237 1-18-78 Keno Davis (2008-11): 5-19, .208 2-12-78 Ed Cooley (2011- ): 6-19, .240 1-23-82 1-11-84 GAMES VS. #1 TEAMS (2-13): 11-23-84 1-17-50 at Holy Cross L 56-84 12-27-68 UCLA (MSG) L 81-98 1-28-87 1-20-73 at UCLA L 77-101 1-31-87 3-14-74 at No. Carolina St. L 78-92 2-14-87 12-29-76 MICHIGAN (2OT) W 82-81 3-19-87 12-22-79 DUKE L 78-82 3-21-87 1-16-85 at Georgetown L 44-85 1-13-88 1-30-85 ST. JOHN’S L 60-77 1-30-88 3-2-85 at St. John’s L 53-72 1-20-90 11-24-04 Wake Forest (MSG) L 67-79 2-13-90 1/28/06 CONNECTICUT L 62-76 2-17-90 2/24/09 PITTSBURGH W 81-73 1- 8-91 1/4/12 SYRACUSE L 73-87 1-26-91 1/14/12 at Syracuse L 55-78 1-29-91 11/30/14 at Kentucky L 38-58 2- 9-91 3- 8-91 PC VS. TEAMS RANKED... 1-28-92 #1: 2-13, .133 12-22-92 #2: 2-12, .143 1-12-93 #3: 1-8, .111 2- 6-93 2-22-93 #4: 3-13, .188 1-25-94 #5: 1-9, .100 3- 5-94 #6: 1-15, .063 3-12-94 #7: 5-20, .200 2-27-95 #8: 5-15, .250 3- 4-95 #9: 2-18, .100 3-10-95 #10: 1-13, .071 2- 1-96 #11: 4-10, .286 2-27-96 #12: 6-11, .353 12-31-96 1- 6-97 #13: 5-14, .263 2- 1-97 #14: 9-10, .474 3-16-97 #15: 7-6, .538 1-13-98 #16: 3-10, .231 11-14-98 #17: 8-9, .471 12-27-98 #18: 9-10, .474 12-30-98 #19: 7-5, .583 1-12-99 #20: 11-5, .688 1-13-01 #21: 3-5, .375 2-10-01 #22: 2-5, .286 12- 9-03 1-24-04 #23: 5-3, .625 2- 7-04 #24: 2-3, .400 11-22-06 #25: 2-3, .400 1- 4-07 2-20-07 HOME-AWAY RECORD VS. 11-16-07 THE TOP 25: 3- 6-08 Home: 62-83, .428 1-28-09 Away/Neutral: 45-160, .220 2-24-09 1-27-10 Home Breakdown: 1-22-11 Rhode Island Auditorium: 0-1, .000 1-26-11 Alumni Hall: 12-5, .706 1-10-12 Dunkin’ Donuts Center: 50-77, .394 2- 6-13 2-16-13 MISCELLANEOUS: 1-18-14 3-15-14 Total Seasons Ranked: 21 2- 4-15 Consecutive Weeks Ranked in the

- /15 (Final)

Top 25: 43 (11/21/72-1/21/75)

#19 #19 #12 #20 #17 #15 # 7 #19 #14 #15 #18 #20 #20 #20 #10 #20 # 3 #20 #20 #16 #19 #13 #18 #14 # 7 #17 #13 #13 #18 #17 #18 #18 # 8 #17 #17 #14 #20 #16 #14 #20 # 1 # 9 #14 # 7 #11 #18 #20 #11 #15 #16 # 9 # 4 #11 #19 # 5 # 2 #24 #13 # 6 #25 # 7 #17 #12 #12 #22 #23 #21 #14 #23 # 2 # 4 #11 #20 #21 # 8 #17 # 8 #25 # 8 #15 #23 # 8 #23 #18 #12 #12 #14 # 4 #18 #23 #15 #22 #18 #13 #15 # 1 #19 #15 # 7 #14 #17 #16 #19 #14 #24

Villanova (90-83 4 OT) ST BONAVENTURE (53-50) St. Louis @ NIT (75-72 2OT) St. Joseph’s (64-63) HOLY CROSS (80-68) St. Louis @ NIT (64-53) Utah State @ NIT (68-62) Holy Cross @ NIT (90-83 OT) St. Louis @ NIT (62-59) Niagara (102-78) DEPAUL (77-59) ST. JOSEPH’S (83-64) CREIGHTON (80-77) UTAH STATE (85-75) ST. JOSEPH’S (65-61) DEPAUL (72-70) St. Joseph’s @ NCAA (81-73 OT) Boston College @ MSG (91-86) ST. BONAVENTURE (70-59) ST. JOHN’S (58-57 OT) VILLANOVA (54-44) St. John’s @ MSG (94-80) Louisville @ NIT (64-58) VILLANOVA (76-69) Southern California (70-66) Jacksonville (90-76) South Carolina @ Utah (79-64) JACKSONVILLE (87-84) ST. JOSEPH’S (81-75) St. John’s (93-90) St. Joseph’s @ NCAA (89-76) Pennsylvania @ NCAA (87-65) Maryland @ NCAA (103-89) SAN FRANCISCO (76-57) Furman @ NCAA (95-83) Clemson @ NIT (91-86) Purdue (66-59) LOUISVILLE (63-60) ST. JOHN’S (67-53) LOUISVILLE @ NIT (73-67) MICHIGAN (82-81 2OT) LOUISVILLE (57-51) HOLY CROSS (90-64) NORTH CAROLINA (61-59) GEORGETOWN (82-79) BOSTON COLLEGE (63-62) Virginia @ Hawaii (75-71) GEORGETOWN (82-79) ST. JOHN’S (93-81 OT) St. John’s (79-78) Alabama @ NCAA (103-82) Georgetown @ NCAA (88-73) GEORGETOWN (78-74) VILLANOVA (82-76 OT) Syracuse (87-86) GEORGETOWN (94-90) St. John’s (77-74) GEORGETOWN 72-69) SYRACUSE (92-82) SETON HALL (65-62) ST. JOHN’S (75-64) St. John’s @ BET (72-64) Syracuse (87-73) ARIZONA (81-66) BOSTON COLLEGE (73-65) Georgetown (66-58) PITTSBURGH (53-48) SYRACUSE (92-82) BOSTON COLLEGE (77-69) Connecticut @ BET (69-67) CONNECTICUT (72-70) VILLANOVA (71-70) Syracuse @ BET (71-69 OT) Boston College (76-75) GEORGETOWN (84-77) TEXAS (74-66) VILLANOVA (91-68) BOSTON COLLEGE (83-71) Duke @ NCAA (98-87) Syracuse (76-64) RHODE ISLAND (87-63) PURDUE (87-82) Pittsburgh (83-68) Syracuse (67-58) CONNECTICUT (81-68) GEORGETOWN (103-79) Illinois @ MSG (70-51) Connecticut (66-56) SYRACUSE (74-61) BOSTON COLLEGE (73-64) MARQUETTE (74-59) WEST VIRGINIA (64-61) Arkansas @ Puerto Rico (67-51) CONNECTICUT (85-76) SYRACUSE (100-94) PITTSBURGH (81-73) CONNECTICUT (81-66) LOUISVILLE (72-67) VILLANOVA (83-68) LOUISVILLE (90-59) CINCINNATI (54-50) NOTRE DAME (71-54) CREIGHTON (81-68) Creighton @ BET (65-58) Georgetown (74-71)

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Team Season Charts POINTS SCORED

PC 2947 1986-87 2782 1972-73 2770 1973-74 2755 1996-97 2681 1990-91 2577 2008-09 2566 2013-14 2554 2009-10 2513 1974-75 2475 1975-76 OPPONENTS 2623 1986-87 2547 2009-10 2531 2008-09 2525 1996-97 2510 1990-91 2443 2013-14 2411 2010-11 2398 1974-75 2368 1972-73 2337 1985-86

AVERAGE POINTS PC

89.7 1972-73 86.7 1986-87 86.6 1973-74 85.3 1988-89 83.9 1989-90 83.8 1990-91 82.4 2009-10 81.1 1974-75 80.9 1964-65 79.8 1970-71 OPPONENTS 82.5 1987-88 82.2 2009-10 78.4 1990-91 77.4 1974-75 77.3 1989-90 77.1 1986-87 76.7 2008-09 76.4 1972-73 76.2 1998-99 75.8 1952-53 75.4 1985-86

FIELD GOALS PC

1199 1973-74 1192 1972-73 1072 1974-75 1049 1975-76 994 1986-87 969 1996-97 962 1976-77 961 1985-86 955 1990-91 913 2009-10 OPPONENTS 1022 1972-73 1011 1973-74 998 1974-75 935 2008-09 920 2009-10 919 1975-76 906 1996-97 897 2010-11 893 2013-14 871 1990-91

FIELD GOAL ATT. PC 2402 1973-74 2336 1972-73 2193 1990-91 2189 1986-87 2168 1996-97 2151 1975-76 2125 1974-75 2104 2009-10 2062 1985-86 2014 2008-09

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OPPONENTS 2416 1972-73 2395 1973-74 2272 1974-75 2103 1996-97 2087 2008-09 2077 1975-76 2017 2013-14 2001 2010-11 1967 1962-63 1954 2009-10

FIELD GOAL PCT.

FREE THROWS PC 675 1986-87 650 2013-14 614 1991-92 611 1953-54 608 1996-97 582 1989-90 567 1990-91 548 1993-94 543 2014-15 540 2008-09

PC .512 1976-77 .510 1972-73 .504 1974-75 .499 1973-74 .493 1988-89 .488 1975-76 .487 1983-84 .486 1970-71 .484 2006-07 .478 1965-66

OPPONENTS 790 1986-87 706 1985-86 691 1991-92 639 1990-91 570 1989-90 556 1953-54 555 1988-89 544 1984-85 530 1987-88 525 2001-02

OPPONENTS .511 1984-85 .500 1978-79 .495 1987-88 .492 1980-81 .487 1985-86 .478 1979-80 .476 1982-83 .473 1998-99 .471 2009-10 .470 1981-82

FREE THROW ATT.

3 PT. FIELD GOALS PC 280 1986-87 249 2000-01 249 2009-10 237 2007-08 228 2003-04 OPPONENTS 238 2008-09 218 2014-15 217 2006-07 212 2011-12 204 2007-08

3 POINT FG ATT. PC 754 2009-10 708 2008-09 696 2001-02 673 2010-11 665 1986-87 631 2007-08 OPPONENTS 696 2008-09 654 2014-15 628 2011-12 625 2006-07 588 2007-08

3 POINT FG PCT. PC .421 1986-87 .400 2000-01 .387 1989-90 .382 1988-89 .376 2007-08 OPPONENTS .405 1987-88 .396 1989-90 .395 1995-96 .366 2005-06 .354 1996-97

PC 949 1991-92 881 1986-87 841 1990-91 841 1996-97 836 1992-93 831 2013-14 818 1952-53 818 1989-90 795 2008-09 779 1993-94 OPPONENTS 1169 1986-87 1013 1985-86 966 1991-92 908 1990-91 813 1989-90 783 1988-89 781 1984-85 765 1996-97 763 1987-88 762 1966-67

FREE THROW PCT. PC .782 2013-14 .779 2002-03 .766 1986-87 .760 1965-66 .756 1987-88 .737 1972-73 .731 1974-75 .730 1976-77 .728 1985-86 .72314 1994-95 .72294 1996-97 OPPONENTS .742 2007-08 .736 2005-06 .733 1970-71 .72727 1978-79 .72727 1995-96 .720 1977-78 .716 1994-95 .7153 1991-92 .7148 1993-94 .7147 1983-84

REBOUNDS

PC 1544 1973-74 1488 1972-73 1421 1959-60 1382 1960-61 1378 1990-91 1347 1974-75 1342 1996-97 1327 1991-92 1317 1992-93 1315 1963-64

OPPONENTS 1361 1972-73 1311 1973-74 1302 1996-97 1292 1960-61 1285 1986-87 1261 1974-75 1257 1975-76 1214 2008-09 1207 2010-11 1191 1962-63

REBOUND AVG. PC 53.7 1954-55 50.6 1963-64 49.0 1959-60 48.3 1973-74 48.2 1955-56 48.0 1972-73 OPPONENTS 47.0 1968-69 44.8 1967-68 44.6 1960-61 44.5 1964-65 43.9 1972-73

ASSISTS

PC 640 1973-74 628 1972-73 621 1974-75 589 1977-78 584 1976-77 582 1990-91 580 1996-97 573 1986-87 570 1988-89 566 1975-76 OPPONENTS 577 1974-75 545 1987-88 539 1972-73 522 2008-09 521 1990-91 511 1977-78 508 2009-10 501 1975-76 498 2002-03 490 2010-11

STEALS

PC 342 2001-02 336 1996-97 336 1998-99 332 1985-86 315 1986-87 314 1988-89 308 1987-88 OPPONENTS 291 2006-07 273 2002-03 266 1999-00 265 1990-91 264 2004-05 252 1991-92 250 2000-01

BLOCKED SHOTS PC 260 1973-74 210 1974-75 187 2004-05 177 2002-03 173 2013-14 172 2000-01 166 2011-12 OPPONENTS 150 1990-91 147 2011-12 144 1991-92 144 1992-93 138 1993-94


Team Game Charts FIELD GOALS PC 50 48 48 48 48 Fewest: 4 Modern: 11

American-Puerto Rico (11-27-99) ASSUMPTION (2-22-73) SETON HALL (2-8-75) Connecticut (3-8-75) BROWN (12-18-76) Crescent A.C. (1-1-27) Kentucky (11-30-14)

OPPONENTS 45 45 45 43 42 42 Fewest: 0 Modern: 9

San Francisco (1-2-75) Holy Cross (12-17-54) Arkansas (1-23-99) FAIRFIELD (2-18-53) UCLA (1-20-73) Syracuse (1-23-86) * New Hampshire (2-13-32) Fairfield (3-3-77)

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS PC 98 97 93 92 92 Fewest: 33

Seton Hall (2-9-74) Rhode Island (2-27-53) HOLY CROSS (12-18-85) Rhode Island (2-10-73) ASSUMPTION (12-1-51) Georgetown (3-6-82) *

OPPONENTS 104 94 94 93 92 92 92 92 Fewest: 35

WESTERN KENTUCKY (1-10-73) Furman (3-16-74) NCAA Duquesne (1-31-74) Seton Hall (2-9-74) ST. BONAVENTURE (3-5-73) Rhode Island (2-10-73) ST. FRANCIS (2-16-74) Holy Cross (12-17-54) Brown (1-9-80)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE PC .688 .682 .675 .667 .667 Lowest: .255

Alabama (3-19-87) NCAA BINGHAMTON (2-22-01) CONNECTICUT (1-21-84) * BROWN (12-18-76) Holy Cross (12-5-84) Georgetown (12-31-11)

OPPONENTS .696 .683 .679 .673 .672 Lowest: .188

FLORIDA (12-16-78) Princeton (3-13-65) NIT Georgetown (2-23-83) * ST. JOHN’S (1-2-86) * Connecticut (2-9-85) * Fairfield (12-15-58)

FREE THROWS PC 42 40 40 38 38

BOSTON COLLEGE (2-4-64) Alaska-Fairbanks (11-22-96) WEST VIRGINIA (1-5-99) * ARK.-LITTLE ROCK (12-23-85) Georgetown (3-13-94) **

OPPONENTS 41 39 38 38 38

VILLANOVA (1-13-90) * SETON HALL (1-9-93) * CONNECTICUT (2-3-90) * Pittsburgh (2-10-90) * SYRACUSE (2-5-00) *

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS PC 59 55 52 52 48 48 48 48 Fewest: 0

WEST VIRGINIA (1-5-99) * Alaska-Fairbanks (11-22-96) Georgetown (3-13-94) ** ASSUMPTION (12-2-56) BOSTON COLLEGE (2-4-64) Connecticut (1-19-91) * ARK.-LITTLE ROCK (12-23-85) VILLANOVA (1-19-13) * Louisville (2-6-77) Georgetown (12-18-79) *

OPPONENTS 57 55 51 51 51 51 51 Fewest: 2

SETON HALL (1-9-93) * PITTSBURGH (2-7-87) * St. John’s (1-5-93) * CONNECTICUT (2-3-90) * SETON HALL (2-17-87) * ARK.-LITTLE ROCK (12-23-85) SYRACUSE (2-5-00) * NIAGARA (2-14-78)

FREE THROW PCT. (10 ATT.)

PC 1.000 VILLANOVA (3-2-87) * 1.000 CONNECTICUT (2-6-01) * 1.000 BROWN (11-23-02) .958 ST. JOHN’S (3-5-88) * .947 ROBERT MORRIS (12-1-82) .947 Miami (2-18-98) * Lowest (10 ATT): .200 Rhode Island (1-16-79) OPPONENTS 1.000 BOSTON COLLEGE (1-10-95) * 1.000 CAL-IRVINE (1-2-69) 1.000 BUTLER (3-7-15) * .966 Boston College (2-1-96) * .958 Duquesne (2-10-71) Lowest (10 ATT): .100 SAN FRANCISCO (12-13-73)

3 POINT FIELD GOALS PC 17 17 16 16 15 15 14

LOYOLA-CHICAGO (1-19-04) VILLANOVA (2-4-09) * BROWN (11-28-90) George Washington (12-9-09) Villanova (2-11-04) * VERMONT (11-24-09) Ten times

OPPONENTS West Virginia (3-7-07) ** 17 15 Arkansas (1-23-99) 14 Notre Dame (2-23-00) * 11 times 13

3 POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS PC 40 34 33 33

VILLANOVA (2-4-09) * CONNECTICUT (1-22-92) * Notre Dame (1/31/08) * Boston College (12-8-10)

OPPONENTS WEST VIRGINIA (2-20-07) * 41 37 TEXAS (12-31-96) Notre Dame (2-23-00) * 34 34 NORTHEASTERN (12-20-05) Rutgers (1-25-06) * 34 34 CINCINNATI (1-30-10) *

3 POINT FIELD GOAL PCT. (10 ATT.) PC .737 .706 .684 .667 .667 .667

GEORGETOWN (2-10-01) * Villanova (1-10-87) * WEST VIRGINIA (1-17-04) * Boston College (2-1-96) * BINGHAMTON (2-22-01) Villanova (2-3-13) *

OPPONENTS  .800 SETON HALL (2-17-87) * .714 Rhode Island (12-6-03) .700 VILLANOVA (1-13-90) * Virginia (3-16-89) NCAA .700 .684 CONNECTICUT (2-8-03) * Notre Dame (2-21-96) * .636

REBOUNDS

PC 78 ASSUMPTION (12-4-64) 78 BUFFALO STATE (12-8-71) 70 SANTA CLARA (1-28-64) 70 ST. FRANCIS (2-16-74) 69 NIAGARA (1-25-64) Fewest: 12 ARIZONA (12-3-83) OPPONENTS 69 Wisconsin (12-26-61) 65 DePaul (12-18-61) 64 St. John’s (12-27-60) 63 Xavier (12-20-61) 62 Bradley (3-22-60) NIT 62 ARK.-LITTLE ROCK (12-23-85) Fewest: 13 PRINCETON (12-21-93)

* BIG EAST game

ASSISTS PC 33 33 32 32 31 31 31 Fewest: 3

Connecticut (3-8-75) CANISIUS (1-7-78) ASSUMPTION (2-22-74) MISS. VALLEY ST. (2-28-90) LONG ISLAND (2-12-77) BROWN (11-28-90) BINGHAMTON (2-22-01) Seton Hall (1-14-76)

OPPONENTS 37 Syracuse (1-23-86) * 31 UCLA (1-20-73) 31 Syracuse (1-28-89) * 29 Arkansas (1-23-99) 28 HOLY CROSS (11-30-87) 28 Syracuse (2-8-95) * 28 Villanova (3-11-95) ** Fewest: 3 RHODE ISLAND (12-7-85)

STEALS

PC 24 BROWN (12-21-96) 23 MAINE (12-21-04) 21 ARK.-LITTLE ROCK (12-23-85) 20 WEST VIRGINIA (1-5-99) * Fewest: 0 LaSalle (2-19-77), Villanova (2-22-77), Rhode Island (1-20-82) OPPONENTS 19 Connecticut (1-23-80) * 19 Villanova (3-5-09) * 18 Seton Hall (3-13-93) ** 17 Villanova (12-8-81) * 16 Holy Cross (1-5-91) 16 Villanova (3-5-86) ** 16 Arkansas (1-23-99) Fewest: 0 WAYNE ST. (1-6-76), Lafayette (12-27-77), VILLANOVA (2-14-81)*, ST. MICHAEL’S (12-2-81)

BLOCKED SHOTS PC 16 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 13

VILLANOVA (1-11-05) * SYRACUSE (12-14-74) JACKSONVILLE (1-11-75) RHODE ISLAND (12-2-00) ST. JOSEPH’S (1-8-75) Rhode Island (12-10-91) Seton Hall (2-13-95) * LONG ISLAND (12-27-99) MARQUETTE (3-4-14)

OPPONENTS 17 Georgetown (2-22-89) * 17 Connecticut (1-31-09) * 14 Georgetown (2-6-91) * 13 BOSTON COLLEGE (11-22-06)

TURNOVERS

PC 40 Fordham (12-28-71) 32 NEW HAMPSHIRE (11-22-91) 31 MASSACHUSETTS (11-29-80) 30 VILLANOVA (1-12-74) 30 Oregon (1-4-75) 30 RHODE ISLAND (12-10-88) 30 VILLANOVA (1-11-05) * Fewest: 3 MERCER (11-15-09) OPPONENTS 35 STONEHILL (11-28-75) 35 ARK.-LITTLE ROCK (12-23-85) 35 HOLY CROSS (12-18-85) 35 MARIST (1-2-88) 33 HAWAII (1-15-77) 33 VILLANOVA (1-13-90) * Fewest: 5 Pittsburgh (1-11-92) *

PERSONAL FOULS PC 39 38 37 Fewest: 7

Bates (2-9-49) ARK.-LITTLE ROCK (12-23-85) SETON HALL (1-9-93) * NIAGARA (2-14-78)

OPPONENTS 41 WEST VIRGINIA (1-5-99) * 36 NEW HAMPSHIRE (11-24-89) 36 St. Francis (NY) (12-13-58) 35 RHODE ISLAND (12-6-86) Fewest: 6 Louisville (2-6-77)

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100O Point Scorers 1 RYAN GOMES (Forward, 6-7, 245, Waterbury, Conn.) YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT 2001-02 24 132- 236 .559 68-111 .613 2002-03 32 213- 397 .537 163-194 .840 2003-04 29 192- 379 .507 134-154 .870 2004-05 31 247- 498 .496 124-161 .770 Totals 116 784-1510 .519 489-620 .789 2 LADONTAE HENTON (Forward, 6-6, YEAR G FG-FGA PCT 2011-12 32 168-370 .454 2012-13 34 158-392 .403 2013-14 35 168-377 .446 2014-15 34 230-516 .446 Totals 135 724-1655 .437 3 JIMMY WALKER (Guard, 6-3, 205, YEAR G FG-FGA PCT 1964-65 26 211- 444 .475 1965-66 27 248- 488 .508 1966-67 28 323- 659 .492 Totals 81 782-1591 .492

REB 188 311 274 255 1028

PTS-AVG 332-13.8 589-18.4 547-18.9 670-21.6 2138-18.4

215, East Lansing, Mich.) FT-FTA PCT REB 77-109 .706 274 96-118 .814 282 106-142 .746 276 145-191 .759 222 424-560 .757 1054

PTS-AVG 457-14.3 443-13.0 490-14.0 669-19.7 2059-15.3

Boston, Mass.) FT-FTA PCT 110-143 .767 166-215 .772 205-256 .801 481-614 .783

REB 158 182 169 509

PTS-AVG 532-20.5 662-24.5 851-30.4 2045-25.2

4 ERIC MURDOCK (Guard, 6-2, 189, West Bridgewater, N.J.) YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB 1987-88 28 114- 276 .413 45- 61 .738 85 1988-89 29 164- 359 .457 99-130 .762 135 1989-90 28 147- 351 .419 96-126 .762 116 1990-91 32 262- 589 .445 238-293 .812 168 Totals 117 687-1575 .436 478-610 .783 504

PTS-AVG 300-10.7 471-16.2 432-15.4 818-25.6 2021-17.3

5 BRYCE COTTON (Guard, 6-1, 165, Tucson, Ariz.) YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA 2010-11 31 41- 106 .387 29- 37 2011-12 32 145-351 .413 90-101 2012-13 32 195-446 .437 142-179 2013-14 35 230-549 .419 226-265 Totals 130 611-1452 .421 487-581

16 WEYINMI EFEJUKU (Guard, 6-5, 210, Fresh Meadows, N.Y.) YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB 2005-06 27 58- 164 .354 78-111 .703 66 2006-07 31 147- 316 .465 93-121 .769 133 2007-08 29 108- 260 .415 86-122 .705 108 2008-09 33 165- 353 .467 147-186 .790 132 Totals 120 478-1093 .437 404-540 .748 439

PTS-AVG 210- 7.8 436-14.1 337-11.6 517-15.7 1500-12.5

17 VINCENT COUNCIL (Guard, 6-2, 180, Brooklyn, N.Y.) Year G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT 2009-10 31 102-251 .406 95-135 .704 2010-11 32 140-393 .356 111-154 .721 2011-12 31 184-471 .391 95-141 .674 2012-13 24 88-250 .352 61- 93 .656 TOTAL 118 514-1365 .377 362-523 .692

REB 110 135 126 74 445

PTS-AVG 318-10.3 438-13.7 492-15.9 251-10.5 1499-12.7

REB 473 475 351 1299

PTS-AVG 429-14.8 561-19.3 477-18.3 1467-17.5

REB 63 66 71 200

PTS-AVG 502-20.9 384-14.2 548-18.8 1434-17.9

PTS-AVG 125- 4.0 457-14.3 630-19.7 763-21.8 1975-15.2

18 JIM YEAR 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 Totals

6 JAMEL THOMAS (Guard-Forward, 6-6, 210, Brooklyn, N.Y.) YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB 1995-96 29 105- 232 .453 36- 58 .621 132 1996-97 36 187- 429 .436 65- 96 .677 184 1997-98 29 163- 455 .358 156-200 .780 200 1998-99 30 225- 532 .423 153-203 .754 217 Totals 124 680-1648 .413 410-557 .736 733

PTS-AVG 270- 9.3 504-14.0 536-18.5 661-22.0 1971-15.9

19 JOHN EGAN (Guard, 6-0, G FG-FGA YEAR 1958-59 24 181- 418 1959-60 27 147-357 1960-61 29 221-510 Totals 80 549-1285

7 MARVIN BARNES (Center, 6-9, 220, Providence, R.I.) YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT 1971-72 27 236- 462 .511 112-173 .647 1972-73 30 237- 436 .545 75-109 .688 1973-74 32 297- 596 .498 112-164 .682 Totals 89 770-1494 .515 299-446 .670

REB 424 571 597 1592

PTS-AVG 584-21.6 549-18.3 706-22.1 1839-20.7

REB 50 64 93 92 299

PTSAVG 230- 7.2 510-16.5 544-17.0 544-18.8 1828-14.7

9 BRUCE CAMPBELL (Forward, 6-9, 210, New Haven, Conn.) YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB 1974-75 30 133- 283 .470 64- 84 .762 202 1975-76 32 206- 391 .527 96-123 .780 272 1976-77 29 184- 373 .493 64- 91 .703 234 1977-78 31 203- 428 .474 133-180 .739 241 Totals 122 726-1475 .492 357-478 .746 949

PTS-AVG 330-11.0 504-15.8 432-14.9 539-17.4 1809-14.8

HASSETT (Guard, 6-5, 180, Providence, R.I.) G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT 32 108- 223 .488 14- 16 .875 31 244- 486 .502 22- 30 .733 32 248- 514 .482 48- 57 .842 29 240- 480 .500 64- 68 .941 124 840-1703 .493 148-171 .865

10 ERNIE DiGREGORIO (Guard, 6-0, 180), North YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA 1970-71 28 217- 451 .451 88-106 1971-72 27 192- 440 .436 93-116 1972-73 31 348- 728 .478 65- 81 Totals 86 757-1619 .467 246-303 11 MARSHON YEAR G 2007-08 18 2008-09 32 2009-10 31 2010-11 32 Totals 113

Providence, R.I.) PCT REB PTS-AVG .830 112 522-18.6 .801 81 477-17.7 .802 99 761-24.6 .811 292 1760-20.5

BROOKS (Guard-Forward, 6-5, 200, Stone Mountain, Ga.) FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG 21- 55 .382 15- 21 .714 17 62- 3.4 122- 279 .437 54- 79 .684 115 338-10.6 168- 360 .467 59- 83 .711 129 441-14.2 276- 571 .483 169-219 .772 225 788-24.6 587-1265 .464 297-402 .739 486 1629-14.4

12 OTIS THORPE (Center, 6-10, 235, YEAR G FG-FGA PCT 1980-81 26 100- 194 .515 1981-82 27 153- 283 .540 1982-83 31 204- 321 .635 1983-84 29 167- 288 .580 Totals 113 624-1086 .575

Boynton Beach, Fla.) FT-FTA PCT REB 50- 76 .657 137 74-115 .643 216 91-138 .659 249 162-248 .653 300 377-577 .653 902

13 SHARAUD CURRY (Guard, 5-10, 170, Gainesville, Ga.) YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT 2005-06 27 118- 276 .428 49- 55 .891 2006-07 27 140- 334 .419 82- 91 .901 2007-08 1 1- 3 .333 0- 1 .000 2008-09 33 123- 298 .413 82- 97 .845 2009-10 31 148- 364 .407 126-144 .875 Totals 119 530-1275 .416 339-388 .874

142

REB 85 76 0 64 62 287

PTS-AVG 250- 9.6 380-14.1 499-16.1 496-17.1 1625-14.4 PTS-AVG 322-11.9 414-15.3 3- 3.0 385-11.7 482-15.5 1606-13.5

PTS-AVG 115- 4.6 307-10.2 458-15.3 643-17.9 1523-12.6

15 JOHN THOMPSON (Center-Forward, 6-10, 230, Washington, D.C.) YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG 1961-62 25 116- 263 .441 78-119 .655 291 310-12.4 1962-63 28 208- 395 .527 113-185 .611 392 529-18.9 1963-64 26 260- 442 .588 161-242 .665 378 681-26.2 Totals 79 584-1100 .531 352-546 .645 1061 1520-19.2

REB 48 81 115 124 368

8 JOE YEAR 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 Totals

PCT .784 .891 .793 .853 .838

14 AUSTIN CROSHERE (Forward, 6-9, 225, Los Angeles, Calif.) YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB 1993-94 25 38- 95 .400 29- 40 .725 55 1994-95 30 106- 231 .459 66- 85 .776 147 1995-96 30 151- 359 .421 109-128 .852 173 1996-97 36 200- 440 .455 182-205 .888 270 Totals 121 495-1125 .440 386-458 .843 645

HADNOT (Center, 6-10, 230, Oakland, Calif.) G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT .578 29 170- 334 .509 89-154 29 214- 430 .498 133-220 .605 .664 26 198- 357 .555 81-122 84 582-1121 .519 303-496 .611 189, Hartford, Conn.) PCT FT-FTA PCT .433 140-170 .824 .412 90-112 .804 .433 106-129 .822 .427 336-411 .818

20 JEFF XAVIER (Guard, 6-1, 185, Pawtucket, R. I.) G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB YEAR 2004-05* 29 79- 179 .441 20- 26 .769 77 2005-06* 31 179- 412 .434 79- 99 .798 182 2007-08 31 132- 327 .404 43- 56 .768 113 2008-09 33 103- 289 .356 44- 55 .800 99 Totals 124 493-1207 .408 186-236 .788 469 *740 points scored at Manhattan; Xavier scored 690 points at Providence 21 BOB COOPER (Forward-Center, 6-7, 205, Chicago, Ill.) YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT 171- 299 .571 42- 63 .675 1973-74 32 1974-75 30 140- 258 .546 48- 80 .600 1975-76 32 97- 182 .532 56- 89 .629 1976-77 29 188- 302 .623 66-118 .728 Totals 123 596-1041 .572 232-350 .662 22 KEVIN STACOM (Guard, 6-5, 185, Elmont, N.Y.) G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT YEAR 1971-72* 26 86- 190 .453 68- 90 .756 238- 431 .552 75- 87 1972-73 31 .862 1973-74 32 263- 520 .506 66- 82 .805 Totals 89 587-1141 .514 207-251 .825 *240 points scored at Holy Cross; Stacom scored 1143 points at 23 BILLY DONOVAN (Guard, YEAR G FG-FGA 1983-84 28 25- 68 1984-85 29 41- 87 1985-86 31 183- 358 1986-87 34 203- 467 Totals 122 452-980

REB 229 210 113 216 768

PTS-AVG 226- 7.8 514- 16.6 383- 12.4 307- 9.3 1430-11.5

PTS-AVG 384-12.0 328-10.9 250- 7.8 462-15.9 1424-11.5

REB PTS-AVG 132 240- 9.2 551-17.8 121 592-18.5 100 353 1383-15.5 Providence

6-0, 170, Rockville Center, N.Y.) PCT FT-FTA PCT REB .368 15- 21 .714 23 .456 10- 15 .667 16 .511 103-130 .792 49 .435 199-236 .843 102 .461 327-402 .813 190

PTS-AVG 65- 2.3 92- 3.2 469-15.1 702-20.6 1328-10.9

24 ERRON MAXEY (Forward-Center, 6-6, 220, Lake Elsinore, Calif.) YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG 1997-98 29 90- 162 .556 32- 55 .582 124 212- 7.3 118- 236 1998-99 30 .500 61-101 .604 176 297- 9.9 1999-00 30 188- 394 .477 61-107 .570 241 444-14.8 2000-01 31 134- 282 .475 83-121 .686 197 353-11.4 Totals 120 530-1074 .493 237-384 .617 738 1306-10.9 25 KADEEM BATTS (Center-Forward, 6-9, 245, Boston, Mass.) YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB 2010-11 32 75-172 .436 68-105 .648 187 2011-12 21 45-115 .391 40- 56 .714 89 188-393 .478 128-185 2012-13 34 .692 246 2013-14 35 147-339 .434 130-175 .743 259 Totals 122 455-1019 .447 366-521 .702 781 20 DONNIE McGRATH (Guard, 6-4, 190, Katonah, N.Y.) YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT

REB

PTS-AVG 226- 7.1 130- 6.2 504-14.8 429-12.3 1289-10.6 PTS-AVG


100O Point Scorers 26 DONNIE McGRATH (Guard, 6-4, 190, Katonah, YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA 2002-03 32 93- 261 .356 46- 56 2003-04 29 96- 245 .392 32- 44 2004-05 30 90- 225 .400 40- 43 2005-06 27 136- 340 .400 60- 70 Totals 118 415-1071 .387 178-213 27 JIM YEAR 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 Totals

N.Y.) PCT .821 .727 .930 .857 .836

LARRANAGA (Guard-Forward, 6-4, 190, New York, G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT 24 179- 415 .431 109-133 .820 25 155- 350 .442 98-128 .766 28 149- 302 .493 85-104 .817 77 483-1067 .453 292-365 .800

REB 68 53 68 54 243

PTS-AVG 290- 9.1 291-10.0 292- 9.7 409-15.1 1282-10.9

N.Y.) REB 144 183 133 460

PTS-AVG 467-19.4 408-16.3 363-13.7 1258-16.3

38 JAMES BENEDICT (Forward-Guard, G FG-FGA PCT YEAR 1963-64 26 122- 277 .440 1964-65 26 169- 368 .459 1965-66 27 204- 443 .461 Totals 79 495-1088 .455 39 JIM YEAR 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 Totals

6-4, 180, Hartford, Conn.) FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG 266-10.2 22- 34 .647 137 37- 48 .771 119 375-14.4 37- 53 .698 122 445-16.5 96-135 .711 378 1086-13.7

SCHLIMM (Center-Forward, 6-3, 190, St. Mary’s, Pa.) G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB 23 144- 292 .493 69- 99 .697 24 152 72 23 141 158 63 70 437- 204-

PTS-AVG 379-18.0 455-20.8 417-16.0 1251-18.1

40 CARLTON SCREEN (Guard, 6-0, 170, Brooklyn, N.Y.) YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT 1986-87 25 39- 93 .419 52- 73 .712 1987-88 26 55- 113 .487 58- 73 .795 124- 260 1988-89 29 .477 78-103 .757 1989-90 29 134- 272 .493 136-157 .866 Totals 109 352-738 .477 324-406 .798

29 DICKEY SIMPKINS (Forward, 6-9, 248, Fort Washington, Md.) YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB 1990-91 32 90- 183 .492 67-110 .609 211 1991-92 30 89- 181 .492 90-128 .703 174 1992-93 33 122- 271 .450 106-178 .596 216 1993-94 30 129- 250 .516 94-137 .686 189 Totals 125 430-885 .486 357-553 .645 790

PTS-AVG 251- 7.8 269- 9.0 351-10.6 355-11.8 1226- 9.8

30 LENNY WILKENS (Guard, G FG-FGA YEAR 1957-58 24 137- 316 1958-59 27 167- 390 1959-60 29 157- 362 Totals 80 461-1068

REB 190 188 205 583

PTS-AVG 358-14.9 423-15.6 412-14.2 1193-14.9

31 MICHAEL BROWN (Guard, 6-1, 187, North Syracuse, N.Y.) G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB YEAR 1992-93 33 78- 189 .413 60- 73 .822 73 1993-94 30 109- 301 .362 49- 62 .790 84 1994-95 30 88- 219 .402 36- 45 .800 92 1995-96 30 125- 271 .461 61- 63 .810 106 Totals 123 400-980 .408 196-243 .807 355 32 BILL EASON (Forward, 6-5, 180, Waterbury, Conn.) G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT YEAR 1974-75 30 137- 284 .482 20- 30 .667 1975-76 31 164- 283 .579 36- 50 .720 1976-77 23 65- 121 .520 8- 13 .615 1977-78 32 168- 333 .504 27- 42 .642 Totals 116 534-1021 .523 91-135 .674

28 ROBERT MORAN (Forward, 6-1, 175, Brooklyn, N.Y.) YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT 1951-52 21 127 125 1952-53 22 158- 446 .354 139-206 .675 1953-54 26 132 153 Totals 69 417 417

6-0, 179, PCT .434 .428 .434 .432

Brooklyn, FT-FTA 84-130 89-144 98-140 271-414

N.Y.) PCT .646 .618 .700 .655

REB 48 68

REB 236 189 110 255 800

REB 28 31 57 64 180

PTS-AVG 131- 5.2 171- 6.6 334-11.5 440-15.2 1076- 9.9

41 RANDALL HANKE (Center, 6-11, 240, New York, N.Y.) YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT 2004-05 30 83- 115 .722 30- 45 .667 2005-06 27 149- 220 .677 54- 86 .628 2007-08 29 107- 169 .633 38- 49 .776 2008-09 33 111- 170 .653 42- 58 .724 Totals 119 450-674 .668 164-238 .689

REB 109 134 103 126 472

PTS-AVG 196- 6.5 352-13.0 252- 8.7 264- 8.0 1064- 8.9

42 STEVE WRIGHT (Center, G FG-FGA YEAR 1984-85 30 52- 114 1985-86 31 117- 248 1986-87 34 103- 190 1987-88 28 144- 289 Totals 123 416-841

6-9, 210, Syracuse, N.Y.) PCT FT-FTA PCT .456 27- 38 .711 .472 50- 72 .694 .542 62- 83 .747 .498 89-130 .685 .495 228-323 .706

REB 101 226 164 181 672

PTS-AVG 131- 4.4 284- 9.2 268- 7.9 377-13.5 1060- 8.6

PTS-AVG 240- 7.3 319-10.6 250- 8.3 354-11.8 1163- 9.5

43 JERRY SCOTT (Guard, 6-3, 195, Cambridge, Mass.) G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT YEAR 1977-78 18 15- 40 .375 7- 16 .438 1978-79 26 132- 300 .440 35- 49 .714 175- 370 1979-80 27 .472 54- 83 .650 1980-81 26 134- 289 .463 37- 50 .740 Totals 97 456-999 .456 133-198 .671

REB 15 110 112 87 324

PTS-AVG 37- 2.0 299-11.5 404-14.9 305-11.7 1045-10.8

PTS-AVG 294- 9.9 354-11.4 138- 6.0 363-11.3 1159-10.0

44 MIKE PASCALE (Forward-Guard, 6-2, 192, Brooklyn, N.Y.) G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB YEAR 1954-55 21 132- 348 .379 110-160 .688 159 1955-56 22 108- 297 .364 114-139 .820 123 1956-57 23 114- 341 .334 103-150 .687 Totals 66 354-986 .359 327-449 .728

PTS-AVG 374-17.8 330-15.0 331-14.4 1035-15.7

45 DERRICK BROWN (Forward, 6-6, 210, Brooklyn, N.Y.) G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT YEAR 1995-96 30 160- 332 .482 87-130 .754 1996-97 36 207- 415 .499 132-163 .810 Totals 66 367-747 .491 230-293 .785

REB 205 213 418

PTS-AVG 444-14.8 590-17.4 1034-16.2

46 RAY YEAR 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 Totals

FLYNN G 28 26 28 82

180, So. Boston, Mass.) PCT FT-FTA PCT .401 13- 17 .765 .451 37- 49 .755 .497 51- 64 .797 .464 101-130 .777

REB 38 79 68 185

PTS-AVG 163- 5.8 333-12.8 529-18.9 1025-12.5

47 ERIC YEAR 1993-94 1994-95 Totals

WILLIAMS (Forward, 6-8, 220, Newark, N.J.) G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT 30 166- 327 .508 138-209 .660 30 184- 445 .410 134-195 .687 60 350-772 .453 272-404 .673

REB 151 201 352

PTS-AVG 470-15.7 531-17.7 1001-16.7

33 MARTY CONLON (Foward-Center, 6-10, 225, Bronxville, N.Y.) G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB PTS-AVG YEAR 1986-87 34 43- 96 .448 64- 77 .831 100 150- 4.4 1987-88 11 45- 88 .511 55- 66 .833 62 145-13.2 1988-89 29 154- 294 .524 91-125 .728 202 415-14.3 1989-90 29 136- 271 .502 138-187 .738 220 425-14.7 Totals 103 378-749 .505 348-456 .765 584 1135-11.0 34 GEOFF McDERMOTT (Forward, 6-8, 235, New G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA YEAR 2005-06 27 78- 192 .406 77-133 109- 227 2006-07 31 .480 58-108 115- 235 2007-08 31 .489 80-128 2008-09 33 97- 223 .435 68-145 Totals 122 399-877 .455 283-514

Rochelle, N.Y.) PCT REB .579 243 .537 283 .625 250 .469 279 .551 1055

PTS-AVG 240- 9.0 294- 9.5 319-10.3 269- 8.2 1122- 9.2

35 BILLY FIELDS (Forward-Guard, 6-5, 210, Manassas, Va.) YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB 1978-79 26 146- 315 .463 22- 30 .733 125 1979-80 27 137- 304 .450 34- 44 .772 115 1980-81 28 121- 242 .500 39- 53 .735 110 1981-82 27 93- 207 .449 27- 34 .794 95 Totals 108 497-1068 .465 122-161 .757 445

PTS-AVG 314-12.1 308-11.4 281-10.0 213- 7.9 1116-10.3

36 MICHAEL SMITH (Forward, 6-8, 230, Washington, D.C.) YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB 1991-92 31 108- 218 .495 117-202 .579 319 135- 243 1992-93 33 .556 119-218 .546 375 1993-94 30 144- 238 .605 100-140 .714 344 Totals 94 387-699 .554 336-560 .600 1038

PTS-AVG 333-10.7 389-11.8 388-12.9 1110-11.8

37 RUDY WILLIAMS (Forward, 6-7, 195, Cambridge, Mass.) YEAR G FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB 1977-78 28 47- 107 .439 28- 50 .560 73 1978-79 26 188- 362 .514 89-149 .597 235 1979-80 27 152- 339 .448 95-132 .719 206 1980-81 14 44- 110 .400 26- 40 .650 63 Totals 95 429-918 .467 238-371 .641 577

PTS-AVG 122- 4.4 461-17.8 399-14.8 114- 8.1 1096-11.5

28

RUDY WILLIAMS (Forward, 6-7, 195, Cambridge, Mass.)

PTS-AVG 357-15.5 376-15.7 345-15.0 1078-15.4

(Guard, 6-0, FG-FGA 75- 187 148- 328 239- 481 462-996

48. John Linehan ‘02 990 Abdul Mills ‘04 990 50. Ron Jackson ‘83 971 968 51. James Stone ‘64 52. Herbert Hill ‘07 958 53. Sheiku Kabba ‘04 926 54. Marques Bragg ‘92 921 55. Vin Ernst ‘63 911 Mike Riordan ‘67 911 57. Vic Collucci ‘71 892 58. Bob Misevicius ‘78 890 59. Don Brown ‘86 860 60. Don Lewis ‘72 850 61. Dwight Williams ‘78 824 62. Ricky Tucker ‘83 819 Matt Palazzi ‘89 819 812 64. John Ritch ‘57 Franklin Western ‘95 812 66. Bill Blair ‘66 801 67. Dave Kipfer ‘87 795 68. Rob Phelps ‘94 782 69. Delray Brooks ‘88 781

70. Tuukka Kotti ‘05 71. Allen Brachen ‘34 72. Darryl Wright ‘89 Brian McKenzie ‘10 74. Ernie Lewis ‘87 75. Tyler Harris ‘15 76. John Krieger ‘31 Ray Johnson ‘71 Nehru King ‘73 79. Jonathan Kale ‘09 80. Fran Costello ‘73 81. Jamine Peterson ‘10 82. Marcus Douthit ‘05 83. Gerard Coleman ‘12 84. Mark McAndrew ‘76 Maris Laksa ‘04 86. Jim Swartz ‘59 87. Harold Starks ‘86 88. Rich Hunger ‘81 Troy Brown ‘95 90. Al Hayes ‘68 91. A. Shamsid-Deen ‘90

775 773 769 769 763 743 742 742 742 734 727 726 715 714 712 712 708 706 700 700 695 694

92. Ken Kerr ‘55 684 93. Kris Dunn ‘17 672 94. God Shammgod ‘97 669 95. Rome Augustin ‘03 662 96. Bob Kovalski ‘66 640 97. Frank Pelligrino ‘51 626 98. Tony Turner ‘93 612 99. Keith Lomax ‘85 611 100. Rob Sanders ‘04 605 101. Quinton Burton ‘90 599 102. Ed Koslowski ‘34 594 103. Hank McQueeney ‘54 585 104. Tony Koski ‘68 580 105. Frank Tirico ‘58 578 106. Sam Nissel ‘51 575 107. Ray Garcia ‘51 569 108. Walt Lozoski ‘50 568 109. Bilal Dixon ‘12 567 110. Trent Forbes ‘93 549 111. Ruben Garces ‘97 545 112. Ed Donohue ‘58 540 113. Ray Korbusieski ‘52 530

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Dunkin’ Donuts’ Center Records Team Superlatives POINTS PC: 119 vs. Binghamton (58) 2-22-01 Opponent: 109 by South Florida 1-23-10 Other: 110 by North Carolina vs. Boston College (90) 3-22-75 Fewest: PC: 38 vs. Georgetown (59), 2-18-84 Opponent: 27 by New Hampshire (56), 12-5-92 FIELD GOALS PC: 48 - three times (vs. Brown 12-18-76 most recent) Opponent: 40 (78) by Holy Cross 2-13-74 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS PC: 93 vs. Holy Cross 12-10-85 Opponent: 104 by Western Kentucky 1-10-73

FIELD GOALS 23 Marvin Barnes (PC) vs. Austin Peay 12-15-73 20 Marshon Brooks (PC) vs. Notre Dame (2-23-11) 19 Ernie DiGregorio (PC) vs. Rhode Island 2-10-73 16 Eric Murdock (PC) vs. Pittsburgh 1-23-91 Jerry Scott (PC) vs. Michigan State 12-20-80 Best Opponent Performance 15 Bryan Jackson (Utah State) vs. Washington 12-20-80 15 Dan Callandrillo (Seton Hall) vs. Georgetown 2-28-80 15 Chuckie Williams (Kansas State) vs. Boston College 3-20-75 15 Dominique Jones (So. Florida) vs. PC 1-23-10

THREE POINT FIELD GOALS PC: 17 vs. Loyola of Chicago 1-19-04, VILLANOVA 2-4-09 Opponent: 13 by Connecticut 2-8-03

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 33 John Ramsay (Seton Hall) vs. PC 2-8-75 33 Marvin Barnes (PC) vs. Austin Peay 12-15-73 33 Ernie DiGregorio (PC) vs. Rhode Island 2-10-73 32 Ron Jackson (PC) vs. Boston College 2-10-82

THREE POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS PC: 34 vs. Connecticut 1-22-92 Opponent: 41 by West Virginia 2-20-07

THREE POINT FIELD GOALS 9 Donnie McGrath (PC) vs. Virginia 2-2-05

FREE THROWS PC: 40 (59) vs. West Virginia 1-5-99 Opponent: 41 by Villanova 1-13-90 FREE THROW ATTEMPTS PC: 59 vs. West Virginia 1-5-99 Opponent: 57 by Seton Hall 1-9-93

THREE POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 16 Allen Iverson (Georgetown) vs. PC 2-27-96 15 Ernie Lewis (PC) vs. American 11-28-86 15 Billy Donovan (PC) vs. Maine 12-27-86 15 Delray Brooks (PC) vs. Marist 1-2-88

ASSISTS PC: 33 vs. Canisius 1-7-78 Opponent: 28 by Holy Cross 11-30-87

FREE THROWS 18 (20) Eric Murdock (PC) vs. Villanova 3-2-91 16 (16) Eric Murdock (PC) vs. Rhode Island 12-8-90 16 (16) Danya Abrams (Boston College) 1-10-95 16 (17) Jose Powell (New Hampshire) 11-22-91 15 (17) Ricky Johnson (Illinois State) 12-29-84 15 (17) Glenn Vickers (Iona) vs. Holy Cross 3-7-80 15 (22) Rudy Williams (PC) vs. Brown 1-9-80 15 (17) Ryan Gomes (PC) vs. Texas 1-5-04

STEALS PC: 24 vs. Brown 12-21-96 Opponent: 16 by Assumption 11-29-78 16 by Iona 1-5-98

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS 22 Curtis Kidd (Arkansas Little Rock) vs. PC 12-29-85 22 Rudy Williams (PC) vs. Brown 1-9-80 20 Eric Murdock (PC) vs. Villanova 3-2-91

TURNOVERS PC: 32 vs. New Hampshire 11-22-91 Opponent: 35 - Four times

ASSISTS 16 14 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 13 13

Vincent Council (PC) vs. Brown 12-6-10 Greg Harvey (St. John’s) vs. PC 3-5-88 Vincent Council (PC) vs. Rutgers 2-1-12 Vincent Council (PC) vs. Louisville 1-10-12 Kris Dunn (PC) vs. Navy, 11-20-14 Ricky Tucker (PC) vs. Pittsburgh 2-28-83 Ricky Tucker (PC) vs. Canisius 2-4-80 John Nolan (PC) vs. Long Island 2-7-79 Gary Bello (PC) vs. Drake 12-27-74 God Shammgod (PC) vs. West Virginia 1-20-96 Kris Dunn (PC) vs. Colgate 12-18-12

STEALS 11 10 9 9 9 9

John Linehan (PC) vs. Rutgers 1-22-02 God Shammgod (PC) vs. Brown 12-21-96 John Moore (Texas) vs. Rhode Island 12-29-76 John Linehan (PC) vs. Pittsburgh 1-10-98 John Linehan (PC) vs. Georgetown 2-27-99 John Linehan (PC) vs. Boston College 2-2-02

BLOCKS 10 10 10 10 10

Landreth Baugh (Howard) vs. PC 12-22-87 Harold Pressley (Villanova) vs. PC 1-11-86 Bob Cooper (PC) vs. Michigan 12-29-76 Karim Shabazz (PC) vs. Long Island 12-27-99 Karim Shabazz (PC) vs. Rhode Island 12-2-00

REBOUNDS PC: 70 vs. St. Francis 2-16-74 Opponent: 58 by Pittsburgh 2-7-87

BLOCKS PC: 16 vs. Villanova 1-11-05 Opponent: 13 by Boston College 11-22-06

Individual Superlatives POINTS 52 52 48 46 41 40 39 39 39 39

Marvin Barnes (PC) vs. Austin Peay 12-15-73 Marshon Brooks (PC) vs. Notre Dame 2-23-11 Eric Murdock (PC) vs. Pittsburgh 1-23-91 Dominique Jones (So. Florida) vs. PC 1-23-10 Jerry Scott (PC) vs. Michigan State 12-20-80 James Williams (Austin Peay) vs. PC 12-15-73 Mark Tillmon (Georgetown) vs. PC 2-13-90 John Ramsay (Seton Hall) vs. PC 2-8-75 Ernie DiGregorio (PC) vs. Rhode Island 2-10-73 Bryant Reeves (Oklahoma State) vs. PC 12-28-94

REBOUNDS 30 Marvin Barnes (PC) vs. Assumption 2-22-73 28 Marvin Barnes (PC) vs. Fairfield 12-11-72 27 Marvin Barnes (PC) vs. Brown 2-12-74 26 Michael Smith (PC) vs. Syracuse 1-25-94 23 Marvin Barnes (PC) vs. Brown 3-4-74 23 Marvin Barnes (PC) vs. Rhode Island 2-19-74 23 Marvin Barnes (PC) vs. Rhode Island 1-26-74 23 Marvin Barnes (PC) vs. Seton Hall 2-24-73 23 Marvin Barnes (PC) vs. Duquesne 1-13-73

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Best Opponent Performance 20 Steve Carney (Northeastern) vs. PC 12-5-90

TURNOVERS 12 Matt Brady (Siena) vs. PC 12-11-86 12 Vonteego Cummings (Pittsburgh) vs. PC 1-10-98 11 Rudy Williams (PC) vs. California 12-15-78 Bob Misevicius (PC) vs. Michigan 12-29-76


Big Big East East Regular Regular Season Season Records Records Big East Regular Season Finishes 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:

0- 6 3-11 2-12 4-12 5-11 3-13 7- 9 10- 6 5-11 7- 9 8- 8 7- 9 6-12 9- 9 10- 8 7-11 9- 9 10- 8 7-11

0-3/0-3 2-5/1-6 2-5/0-7 2-6/2-6 4-4/1-7 2-6/1-7 4-4/3-5 6-2/4-4 5-3/0-8 4-4/3-5 4-4/4-4 6-2/1-7 4-5/2-7 6-3/3-6 8-1/2-7 5-4/2-7 5-4/4-5 7-2/3-6 4-5/3-6

Seventh (7 teams) Eighth (8) Tied Seventh (8) Eighth (9) Eighth (9) Eighth (9) Fifth (9) Tied Fourth (9) Eighth (9) Tied Sixth (9) Tied Sixth (9) Tied Seventh (9) Ninth (10) Tied Fourth (10) Tied Fourth (10) Tied Sixth (10) Third in BE 7 (13) Tied Second in BE 7 (13) Fourth in BE 7 (13)

Team Superlatives POINTS Most: 108 vs. Connecticut 1-19-91 Opponent: 117 by Pittsburgh 2-10-90 * Fewest: 38 vs. GEORGETOWN 2-18-84 Opponent: 40 by BOSTON COLLEGE 2-26-00 High Half: 65 vs. Pittsburgh 2-10-90 (second half) 62 vs. St. John’s 2-29-04 (first half)* Opponent: 67 by Pittsburgh 2-10-90 Low Half: 11 vs. Connecticut 2-5-02 Opponent: 14 by CONNECTICUT 2-1-82 Overtime: 21 vs. WEST VIRGINIA 1-5-99 Opponent: 22 by Notre Dame 2-22-97 Overtime, Both Teams: 39 vs. WEST VIRGINIA 1-5-99 * FIELD GOALS Most: 40 vs. Syracuse 2-5-83 Opponent: 42 by Syracuse 1-23-86 Most Attempts: 86 vs. Pittsburgh 2-10-90 Opponent: 76 by SYRACUSE 1-28-92 Best Pct.: .675 (27-40) vs. CONNECTICUT 1-21-84 Opponent: .679 (38-56) by Georgetown 2-23-83 Low Pct.: .255 (13-51) vs. Georgetown 12-31-11 Opponent: .274 (17-62) by Georgetown 2-6-93 High Half: .750 (12-16) vs. Georgetown 1-19-91 .750 (18-24) vs. Villanova 2-20-93 Opponent: .857 (18-21) by VILLANOVA 2-20-88 Low Half: .118 (4-34) vs. Connecticut 2-5-02 Opponent: .194 (7-36) by Georgetown 2-6-93 THREE POINT GOALS Most: 17 vs. VILLANOVA 2-4-09 Opponent: 14 by Notre Dame 2-23-00 Most Attempts: 40 vs. VILLANOVA 2-4-09 Opponent: 41 by WEST VIRGINIA 2-20-07 Best Pct.: .857 (6-7) vs. Seton Hall 1-15-90 * Opponent: .853 (5-6) by Pittsburgh 2-10-90 Low Pct.: .000 - Twice Opponent: .000 - Eight times FREE THROWS Most: 40 vs. WEST VIRGINIA 1-5-99 Opponent: 41 by VILLANOVA 1-13-90 Most Attempts: 59 vs. WEST VIRGINIA 1-5-99 * Opponent: 57 by Seton Hall 1-9-93 Most Attempts, Both Teams: 93 vs. WEST VIRGINIA 1-5-99 * Fewest Attempts: 0 vs. Georgetown 12-18-79 * Best Pct.: 1.000 (28-28) vs. VILLANOVA 3-2-87 * Opponent: 1.000 (22-22) by BOSTON COLLEGE 1-10-95 Low Pct.: .333 (4-12) vs. SETON HALL 1-31-98 Opponent: .250 (1-4) by MIAMI 1-8-94 MISCELLANEOUS Most Rebounds: 57 vs. SETON HALL 1-5-94 Opponent: 58 by PITTSBURGH 2-7-87 Most Assists: 28 vs. WEST VIRGINIA 1-20-96 Opponent: 37 by Syracuse 1-23-94 Most Steals: 20 vs. WEST VIRGINIA 1-5-99 Opponent: 19 by Connecticut 1-23-80 Most Blocks: 16 vs. Villanova 1-11-05 Opponent: 17 by GEORGETOWN 2-22-89 * Most Turnovers: 30 vs. Villanova 1/11/05 Opponent: 33 by Villanova 1-13-90 Fewest Turnovers: 6 vs. CONNECTICUT 2-8-88 Opponent: 5 by Pittsburgh 1-11-92

* BIG EAST record

1998-99: 1999-00: 2000-01: 2001-02: 2002-03: 2003-04: 2004-05: 2005-06: 2006-07: 2007-08: 2008-09: 2009-10: 2010-11: 2011-12: 2012-13: 2013-14: 2014-15:

9- 9 4-12 11- 5 6-10 8- 8 11- 5 4-12 5-11 8- 8 6-12 10- 8 4-14 4-14 4-14 9- 9 10- 8 11- 7

Individual Superlatives POINTS Most: 52 Marshon Brooks vs. NOTRE DAME 2-23-11 * Opponent: 46 by Dominique Jones (USF) 1-23-10 FIELD GOALS Most: 20 Marshon Brooks vs. NOTRE DAME 2-23-11 1-23-91 * Opponent: 15 Dominique Jones (SO. FLORIDA) 1-23-10 Most Attempts: 32 Ron Jackson vs. BOSTON COLLEGE 2-2-83 * Opponent: 27 Charles Smith (GEORGETOWN) 1-18-89 Best Pct.: 1.000 (8-8) Ernie Lewis vs. SETON HALL 2-24-86 * Opponent: 1.000 (11-11) Brian Shorter (Pittsburgh) 2-10-90 * THREE POINT GOALS Most: 10 Donta Wade vs. Notre Dame 2-23-00 * Opponent: 7 - Five times Most Attempts: 17 Donta Wade vs. Notre Dame 2-23-00 Opponent: 16 Allen Iverson (GEORGETOWN) 2-27-96 Best Pct.: .889 (8-9) Delray Brooks vs. Villanova 1-10-87 Opponent: .833 (5-6) - Twice FREE THROWS Most: 18 Eric Murdock vs. VILLANOVA 3-2-91 Opponent: 16 - Two times Consecutive (BIG EAST only): 47 Austin Croshere (1996-97) Most Attempts: 20 Eric Murdock vs. VILLANOVA 3-2-91 Opponent: 19 Derrick Coleman (SYRACUSE) 2-18-89 Best Pct.: 1.000 (17-17) Eric Murdock vs. Seton Hall 1-2-91 * Opponent: 1.000 (16-16) Danya Abrams (Boston College) 1-10-95 * MISCELLANEOUS Most Rebounds: 26 Michael Smith vs. SYRACUSE 1-25-94 * Opponent: 21 Derrick Coleman (Syracuse) 1-28-89 Most Assists: 16 Carlton Screen vs. Syracuse 1-20-90 Opponent: 22 Sherman Douglas (Syracuse) 1-28-90 *

Friar Big East Statistical Champions - Individual Scoring: 27.2 Eric Murdock, 1990-91 23.2 Ryan Gomes, 2004-05 19.9 Herbert Hill, 2006-07 26.0 Marshon Brooks, 2010-11 18.3 Bryce Cotton, 2012-13 20.1 LaDontae Henton, 2014-15 Rebounding: 10.9 Otis Thorpe, 1983-84 11.1 Michael Smith, 1991-92 11.7 Michael Smith, 1992-93 12.2 Michael Smith, 1993-94 Field Goal Percentage: .643 Otis Thorpe, 1982-83 .603 Marques Bragg, 1990-91 .529 Ryan Gomes, 2001-02 Three Point FG Pct.: .451 Sharaud Curry, 2008-09 Free Throw Percentage: .933 Austin Croshere, 1996-97 .873 Sharaud Curry, 2008-09 .876 Sharaud Curry, 2009-10 .881 LaDontae Henton, 2012-13 Assists: 6.3 Ricky Tucker, 1982-83 7.3 Abdul Abdullah, 1993-94 6.8 God Shammgod, 1996-97 5.9 Vincent Council, 2010-11 8.0 Vincent Council, 2011-12 7.2 Vincent Council, 2012-13 6.1 Bryce Cotton, 2013-14 7.7 Kris Dunn, 2014-15 Steals: 3.1 Harold Starks, 1985-86 1.9 Billy Donovan, 1986-87 3.4 Eric Murdock, 1987-88 3.4 Eric Murdock, 1988-89 3.3 John Linehan, 1998-99

4-5/5-4 2-6/2-6 6-2/5-3 5-3/1-7 5-3/3-5 5-3/6-2 2-6/2-6 3-5/2-6 6-2/2-6 4-5/2-7 6-3/4-5 2-8/2-6 4-5/0-9 3-6/1-8 5-4/4-5 6-3/4-5 6-3/5-4

Tied Sixth (13) Twelfth (13) Second (East) Sixth (East) Third (East) Third (14) Ninth (12) Thirteenth (16) Tenth (16) Twelfth (16) Tied Seventh (16) Fifteenth (16) Fourteenth (16) Fifteenth (16) Eighth (16) Fourth (10) Fourth (10)

Most Steals: 11 John Linehan vs. RUTGERS 1-22-02 * Opponent: 9 Gary Massey (VILLANOVA) 2-20-88 Most Blocks: 9 Marcus Douthit vs. Connecticut 3-5-03 Opponent: 10 Harold Pressley (VILLANOVA) 1-11-86 Most Turnovers: 10 Marty Conlon vs. St. John’s 1-3-89 10 Jamel Thomas vs. Rutgers 12-11-98 Opponent: 12 Vonteego Cummings (PITTSBURGH) 1-10-98 Home Record: 158-148 Best Home Record: 8-1 in 1993-94 Worst Home Record: 2-7 in 2009-10 Most Consecutive Home Wins: 8 over 1995-96/1996-97 seasons Most Consecutive Home Losses: 7 over 1979-80/80-81 seasons Road Record: 91-215 Best Road Record: 6-2 in 2003-04 Worst Road Record: 0-9 in 2010-11 Most Consecutive Road Wins: 4 in 2003-04 Most Consecutive Road Losses: 14 over 2009-10/10-11 seasons Longest Winning Streak: 6 games in 1986-87 and 2003-04 Longest Losing Streak: 15 games over 2009-10/10-11 seasons

BIG EAST REGULAR SEASON SERIES RESULTS Versus

PC Won

PC Lost

TOTALS

249

363

Boston College Butler Cincinnati Connecticut Creighton DePaul Georgetown Louisville Marquette Miami Notre Dame Pittsburgh Rutgers St. John’s Seton Hall South Florida Syracuse Villanova Virginia Tech West Virginia Xavier

25 3 6 23 3 11 19 2 3 11 6 16 16 25 28 7 8 24 4 6 2

24 1 5 35 1 4 36 8 12 11 15 31 7 33 28 5 44 38 3 16 2

Home

Away

14-11 11-13 1-1 2-0 3-1 3-4 12-16 11-19 2-0 1-1 6-1 5-2 14-14 5-23 2-5 0-4 3-3 0-9 7-4 4-7 3-6 3-9 13-10 3-21 11-2 5-5 16-14 9-19 15-12 13-16 4-2 3-3 5-23 3-21 17-15 7-23 3-0 1-3 5-6 1-10 2-0 0-2

158-148

91-215

3.3 John Linehan, 2000-01 4.8 John Linehan, 2001-02 2.7 Jeff Xavier, 2007-08 2.1 Duke Mondy, 2010-11 2.8 Kris Dunn, 2014-15 Blocked Shots: 2.2 Carson Desrosiers, 2013-14 Minutes: 41.9 Bryce Cotton, 2013-14

Friar Big East Statistical Champions - Team Scoring: 82.9 1986-87 Steals: 10.4 1985-86 83.6 1989-90 8.4 1986-87 Rebounding: 40.2 1990-91 9.7 1987-88 40.5 1991-92 9.5 1988-89 39.8 1992-93 10.7 1998-99 37.3 2012-13 8.0 2009-10 Rebounding Margin: 6.5 1991-92 Turnover Margin: +4.72 1998-99 6.8 1992-93 5.6 1993-94 Field Goal Percentage: .470 1989-90 Three Point Field Goal Percentage: .410 1986-87 .400 2000-01 Three Point Field Goal Defense: .289 2000-01 Free Throw Percentage: .793 1986-87 .741 2000-01 .790 2002-03 .764 2013-14 Assists: 17.3 1989-90 16.9 1996-97

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Big East Tournament Records Big East Tournament Record Book (20-33) (2) (8) (4) (2) (9) (8) (1) (8) (1) (4) (4) (1) (9) (3) (3) (7) (6) (8) (5) (1) (4) (4) (4) (6) (2) (6)

St. John’s 48 - (7) Providence 44 (2-28-80) Providence 67 - (1) Boston College 65 (3-5-81) Villanova 58 - (8) Providence 49 OT (3-6-81) Georgetown 62 - (7) Providence 48 (3-4-82) Seton Hall 73 - (8) Providence 64 (3-9-83) Providence 59 - (9) Seton Hall 55 (3-7-84) Georgetown 70 - (8) Providence 50 (3-8-84) Providence 77 - (9) Seton Hall 75 OT (3-5-85) St. John’s 90 - (8) Providence 62 (3-7-85) Villanova 75 - (5) Providence 63 (3-6-86) Providence 80 - (5) St. John’s 51 (3-6-87) Georgetown 84 - (4) Providence 66 (3-7-87) Connecticut 75 - (8) Providence 62 (3-10-88) Syracuse 79 - (6) Providence 76 (3-10-89) Georgetown 78 - (6) Providence 77 (3-9-90) Providence 72 - (2) St. John’s 64 (3-8-91) Georgetown 71 - (7) Providence 55 (3-9-91) Boston College 78 - (9) Providence 68 (3-12-92) Providence 73 - (4) Connecticut 55 (3-12-93) Seton Hall 69 - (5) Providence 60 (3-13-93) Providence 77 - (5) Villanova 60 (3-11-94) Providence 69 - (1) Connecticut 67 (3-12-94) Providence 74 - (6) Georgetown 64 (3-13-94) CHAMPIONS Providence 71 - (3) Syracuse 69 OT (3-10-95) Villanova 90 - (6) Providence 75 (3-11-95) Providence 80 - (11) St. John’s 72 (3-6-96)

(3) Villanova 78 - (6) Providence 68 (3-7-96) (4) Providence 77 - (13) Rutgers 56 (3-5-97) (4) Providence 76 - (5) West Virginia 69 (3-6-97) (1) Villanova 73 - (4) Providence 63 (3-7-97) (8) Providence 72 - (9) Notre Dame (3-4-98) (1) Connecticut 64 - (8) Providence 55 (3-5-98) (10) Georgetown 68 - (7) Providence 66 (3-3-99) (5) Seton Hall 85 - (12) Providence 65 (3-8-00) (3) Syracuse 55 - (2) Providence 54 (3-8-01) (3) Georgetown 68 - (6) Providence 67 (3-6-02) (3) Providence 73 - (6) West Virginia 50 (3-12-03) (2) Pittsburgh 67 - (3) Providence 59 (3-13-03) (11) Villanova 69 - (3) Providence 66 (3-11-04) (6) West Virginia 82 - (9) Providence 59 (3-9-05) (7) West Virginia 92 - (10) Providence 79 (3-7-07) (5) West Virginia 58 - (12) Providence 53 (3-12-08) (7) Providence 83 - (16) DePaul 74 (3-11-09) (1) Louisville 73 - (7) Providence 55 (3-12-09) (10) Seton Hall 109 - (15) Providence 106 (3-9-10) (11) Marquette 87 - (14) Providence 60 (3-8-11) (10) Seton Hall 79 - (15) Providence 47 (3-6-12) (9) Cincinnati 61 - (8) Providence 44 (3-13-13) (4) Providence 79 - (5) St. John’s 74 (3-13-14) (4) Providence 80 - (8) Seton Hall 74 (3-14-14) (4) Providence 65 - (2) Creighton 58 (3-15-14) CHAMPIONS (4) Providence 74 - (5) St. John’s 57 (3-12-15) (1) Villanova 63 - (4) Providence 61 (3-13-15)

Team Superlatives POINTS Most: 106 vs. Seton Hall 3-9-10 Opponent: 109 by Seton Hall 3-9-10 Fewest: 44 vs. St. John’s 2-28-80, Cincinnati 3-13-13 Opponent: 48 by St. John’s 2-28-80 High Half: 67 vs. Seton Hall 3-9-10 Opponent: 55 by Seton Hall 3-9-10 Low Half: 17 vs. Villanova 3-6-81, Syracuse 3-8-01 Opponent: 17 by Creighton, 3-15-14 FIELD GOALS Most: 37 - vs. Seton Hall 3-9-10 Opponent: 36 by Seton Hall 3-9-10 Most Attempts: 79 vs. Seton Hall 3-9-10 Opponent: 70 by Syracuse 3-10-89 Best Pct.: .558 (29-52) vs. Connecticut 3-12-93 Opponent: .609 (28-46) by Seton Hall 3-9-83 Low Pct.: .241 (7-29) vs. Syracuse 3-8-01 Opponent: .278 (15-54) vs. Rutgers 3-5-97 High Half: .625 (15-24) vs. Rutgers 3-5-97 Opponent: .895 (17-19) by Georgetown 3-9-91 Low Half: .250 (8-32) vs. Georgetown 3-9-91 Opponent: .231 (6-26) by St. John’s 3-6-87 THREE POINT GOALS Most: 10 vs. West Virginia 3-7-07 Opponent: 17 by West Virginia 3-7-07 Most Attempts: 25 vs. Syracuse 3-8-01 Opponent: 31 by West Virginia 3-7-07, DePaul 3-11-09 Best Pct.: .625 (10-16) vs. West Virginia 3-7-07 Opponent: .824 (14-17) by Seton Hall 3-8-12 Low Pct.: .000 (0-7) vs. Seton Hall 3-13-93 Opponent: .000 (0-9) by St. John’s 3-6-87* FREE THROWS Most: 38 vs. Georgetown 3-13-94 Opponent: 34 by Boston College 3-12-92 Most Attempts: 52 vs. Georgetown 3-13-94 Opponent: 47 by Boston College 3-12-92 Best Pct.: .923 (24-26) vs. Georgetown 3-7-87 Opponent: .857 (24-28) by Villanova 3-6-81 Low Pct.: .444 (4-9) vs. Syracuse 3-8-01 .500 (5-10) vs. Villanova 3-6-81 .500 (9-18) vs. Connecticut 3-10-88 .500 (9-18) vs. Boston College 3-12-92 Opponent: .421 (8-19) by Georgetown 3-4-82 MISCELLANEOUS Most Rebounds: 49 vs. Seton Hall 3-13-14 Opponent: 48 by St. John’s 2-28-80 Most Assists: 25 vs. Seton Hall 3-6-85 Opponent: 23 by Georgetown, by West Virginia 3-7-07

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BIG EAST TOURNAMENT RESULTS Most Steals: 19 vs. Georgetown 3-6-02 Opponent: 18 by Seton Hall 3-13-93 Most Blocks: 5 vs. Boston College 3-6-81 5 vs. Seton Hall 3-7-84, vs. Louisville 3-12-09 Opponent: 10 by Georgetown 3-9-90 Most Turnovers: 26 vs. Louisville 3-12-09 Opponent: 27 by Georgetown 3-2-02 Fewest Turnovers: 5 vs. Georgetown 3-9-91 Opponent: 7 by Seton Hall, 3-14-14

Individual Superlatives POINTS Most: 38 Jamine Peterson vs. Seton Hall 3-9-10 Opponent: 32 Andre McCloud (Seton Hall) 3-6-85 Half: 26 Billy Donovan vs. St. John’s 3-6-87* FIELD GOALS Most: 14 Jamine Peterson vs. Seton Hall 3-9-10 Opponent: 13 Andre McCloud (Seton Hall) 3-6-85 Most Attempts: 26 Jamine Peterson vs. Seton Hall 3-9-10 Opponent: 24 by Will Walker (DePaul) 3-11-09 Best Pct.: .909 (10-11) Rob Phelps vs. Connecticut 3-12-94 Opponent: .857 (6-7) by Perry MacDonald (Georgetown) 3-7-87 THREE POINT GOALS Most: 5 by three players Opponent: 6 by Will Walker (DePaul) 3-11-09 Most Attempts: 10 Eric Murdock vs. Georgetown 3-9-90 Opponent: 13 by Will Walker (DePaul) 3-11-09 Best Pct.: 1.000 (3-3) Rob Phelps vs. Connecticut 3-12-94 Opponent: 1.000 (4-4) Jordan Theodore (Seton Hall) 3-9-10* FREE THROWS Most: 11 Rich Hunger vs. Boston College 3-5-81 Opponent: 13 Shelton Jones (St. John’s) 3-6-87 13 Jason Lawson (Villanova) 3-7-96 Most Attempts: 13 Rich Hunger vs. Boston College 3-5-81 Opponent: 17 Shelton Jones (St. John’s) 3-6-87 Best Pct.: 1.000 (9-9) Derrick Brown vs. Villanova 3-7-96 Opponent: 1.000 (8-8) - Twice MISCELLANEOUS Most Rebounds: 20 Otis Thorpe vs. Seton Hall 3-7-84 Opponent: 15 - Damone Brown (Syracuse) 3-8-01 Most Assists: 11 - Twice Opponent: 13 - Jordan Theodore (Seton Hall) 3-8-12 Most Steals: 7 Eric Murdock vs. St. John’s 3-8-91* 7 John Linehan vs. Georgetown 3-3-99 * Opponent: 7 Chris Mullin (St. John’s) 3-7-85 Most Blocks: 4 Austin Croshere vs. West Virginia 3-6-97 Opponent: 6 Dikembe Mutombo (Georgetown) 3-9-90 Most Turnovers: 8 - Three times Opponent: 7 Mark Bryant (Seton Hall) 3-6-85 7 Kevin Braswell (Georgetown) 3-2-02 7 Mike Sweetney (Georgetown) 3-2-02

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NIT NIT Tournament Tournament Records Records National Invitation Tournament (NIT) Record Book: 19 Appearances (32-20) Providence 68 - Manhattan 66 (3-14-59) Providence 75 - St. Louis 72 2OT (3-17-59) St. John’s 76 - Providence 55 (3-19-59) New York University 71 - Providence 57 (3-21-59) Providence 71 - Memphis State 70 (3-15-60) Providence 64 - St. Louis 53 (3-18-60) Providence 68 - Utah State 62 (3-20-60) Bradley 88 - Providence 72 (3-22-60) Providence 73 - DePaul 67 (3-16-61) Providence 71 - Niagara 68 (3-18-61) Providence 90 - Holy Cross 83 OT (3-23-61) Providence 62 - St. Louis 59 (3-25-61) Temple 80 - Providence 78 OT (3-14-62) Providence 106 - Miami 96 (3-19-63) Providence 70 - Marquette 64 (3-21-63) Providence 81 - Canisius 66 (3-23-63) Providence 77 - Memphis State 68 (3-11-67) Marquette 81 - Providence 80 (3-14-67) Providence 64 - Louisville 58 (3-20-71) North Carolina 86 - Providence 79 (3-22-71) Providence 91 - Clemson 86 (3-15-75) Providence 101 - Pittsburgh 80 (3-18-75) Providence 85 - St. John’s 72 (3-22-75) Princeton 80 - Providence 69 (3-24-75) Providence 84 - North Carolina A&T 68 (3-13-76) Providence 73 - Louisville 67 (3-16-76)

Team Superlatives POINTS Most: 106 vs. Miami 3-19-63 Opponent: 96 by Miami 3-19-63 Fewest: 52 vs. Alabama-Birmingham 3-31-93 Opponent: 49 by Richmond 3-19-03 FIELD GOALS Most: 44 vs. Pittsburgh 3-18-75 Opponent: 41 by Miami 3-19-63 Most Attempts: 87 vs. Oklahoma 3-20-90 Opponent: 83 by Pittsburgh 3-18-75 Best Pct.: .610 (36-59) vs. Clemson 3-15-75 Opponent: .611 (33-54) by Princeton 3-23-75 Low Pct.: .333 (29-87) vs. Oklahoma 3-20-90, Miami 3-18-09 Opponent: .290 (18-62) by Richmond 3-19-03 THREE POINT GOALS Most: 9 vs. No. Carolina St. 3-10-99 Opponent: 10 by Coll. of Charleston 3-22-03, Miami 3-18-09 Most Attempts: 28 vs. Oklahoma 3-20-91 Opponent: 28 by Coll. of Charleston 3-22-03 Best Pct.: .625 (5-8) vs. West Virginia 3-21-93 Opponent: .438 (7-16) by Minnesota 3-29-93 Low Pct.: .000 (0-23) vs. St. Joseph’s (PA) 3-19-96 Opponent: .130 (3-23) by Richmond 3-19-03 FREE THROWS Most: 34 vs. Fairfield 3-15-96 Opponent: 29 by George Mason 3-17-86 Most Attempts: 43 vs. James Madison 3-18-93 Opponent: 42 by George Mason 3-17-86 Best Pct.: .913 (21-23) vs. Louisville 3-16-76 Opponent: .909 (20-22) by Memphis State 3-11-67 Low Pct.: .478 (11-23) vs. Alabama-Birmingham 3-31-93 Opponent: .545 (12-22) by Lousiana Tech 3-20-86 MISCELLANEOUS Most Rebounds: 52 vs. Oklahoma 3-20-91 Opponent: 56 by Marquette 3-21-63 Most Assists: 28 vs. Pittsburgh 3-18-75 Opponent: 24 by Pittsburgh 3-18-75 Most Steals: 15 vs. Georgetown 3-24-03 Opponent: 17 by Bradley 3-14-07 Most Blocks: 7 vs. James Madison 3-18-93 Opponent: 8 by Oklahoma 3-20-91 Most Turnovers: 23 vs. Bradley 3-14-07 Opponent: 26 by Georgetown 3-24-03 Fewest Turnovers: 8 vs. Fairfield 3-15-96 Opponent: 8 by Richmond 3-19-03

Kentucky 79 - Providence 78 (3-18-76) North Carolina State 74 - Providence 69 (3-20-76) Providence 72 - Boston University 69 (3-12-86) Providence 90 - George Mason 71 (3-17-86) Louisiana Tech 64 - Providence 63 (3-20-86) Providence 98 - James Madison 93 2OT (3-13-91) Providence 85 - West Virginia 79 3-18-91 Oklahoma 83 - Providence 74 (3-20-91) Providence 73 - Jame Madison 61 (3-18-93) Providence 68 - West Virginia 67 (3-21-93) Providence 75 - Boston College 58 (3-24-93) Minnesota 76 - Providence 70 (3-29-93) Alabama-Birmingham 55 - Providence 52 (3-31-93) Providence 72 - College of Charleston 67 (3-16-95) Virginia Tech 91 - Providence 78 (3-20-95) Providence 91 - Fairfield 79 (3-15-96) St. Joseph’s (PA) 82 - Providence 62 (3-19-96) North Carolina State 92 - Providence 86 (3-10-99) Providence 67 - Richmond 49 (3-19-03) Providence 69 - College of Charleston 64 (3-22-03) Georgetown 67 - Providence 58 (3-24-03) Bradley 90 - Providence 78 OT (3-14-07) Miami 78 - Providence 66 (3-18-09) (4) Providence 75 - (5) Charlotte 66 (3-20-13) (4) Providence 77 - (8) Robert Morris 68 (3-25-13) (2) Baylor 79 - (4) Providence 68 (3-27-13)

Individual Superlatives POINTS Most: 38 Ray Flynn vs. Miami 3-19-63 Opponent: 34 Joseph Dougherty (Manhattan) 3-14-59 FIELD GOALS Most: 16 Ray Flynn vs. Miami 3-19-63 Opponent: 13 - three times Most Attempts: 30 Jimmy Walker vs. Marquette 3-19-67 Opponent: 28 Richard Nixon (Marquette) 3-21-63 Best Pct.: .833 (5-6) Trent Forbes vs. James Madison 3-13-91 Opponent: .875 (7-8) John Koskinen (Temple) 3-14-62 THREE POINT GOALS Most: 5 Sean Connolly vs. No. Carolina St. 3-10-99 Opponent: 7 Jack McClinton (Miami) 3-18-09 Most Attempts: 13 Chris Watts vs. Oklahoma 3-20-91 Opponent: 14 Jack McClinton (Miami) 3-18-09 Best Pct.: 1.000 (2-2) Twice Opponent: 1.000 (2-2) James Dews (Miami) 3-18-09 FREE THROWS Most: 12 Jimmy Walker vs. Marquette 3-19-67 Opponent: 11 - Three times Most Attempts: 13 Marques Bragg vs. West Virgina 3-18-91 Opponent: 15 Steve Hood (West Virginia) 3-13-91 Best Pct.: 1.000 (12-12/11-11) Jimmy Walker - Twice Opponent: 1.000 (10-10) Bob Wolff (Marquette) 3-19-67 MISCELLANEOUS Most Rebounds: 20 Jim Hadnot vs. Holy Cross 3-23-61 Opponent: 17 - J. J. Tauai (Bradley) 3-14-07 Most Assists: 11 Vin Ernst vs. Miami (Fla.) 3-19-63, Gary Bello vs. Pittsburgh 3-18-75 Opponent: 10 by Bruce Drysdale (Temple) 3-14-62 Most Steals: 8 Vin Ernst vs. Canisius 3-23-63 Opponent: 5 Wesley Cox (Louisville) 3-16-76 5 Daniel Ruffin (Bradley) 3-14-07 Most Blocks: 10 Jim Hadnot vs. St. Louis 3-18-60 Opponent: 5 Bryan Sallier (Oklahoma) 3-20-91 Most Turnovers: 5 by seven players Opponent: 7 - Twice

NATIONAL INVITATION TOURNAMENT HONORS 1959 1960 1961 1963 1975 1993

John Egan - All-Tournament Team Len Wilkens - All-Tournament Team Len Wilkens - Most Valuable Player John Egan - All-Tournament Team Vin Ernst - Most Valuable Player Ray Flynn - Most Valuable Player John Thompson - All-Tournament Team Gary Bello - All-Tournament Team Joe Hassett - All-Tournament Team Michael Smith - All-Tournament Team

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NCAA NCAA Tournament Tournament Records Records NCAA Tournament Record Book: 18 Appearances (14-18) Villanova 77 - Providence 66 (3-9-64) Providence 91 - West Virginia 67 (3-8-65) Providence 81 - St. Joseph’s 73 OT (3-12-65) Princeton 109 - Providence 69 (3-13-65) St. Joseph’s 65 - Providence 48 (3-7-66) Pennsylvania 76 - Providence 60 (3-17-72) Providence 89 - St. Joseph’s 76 (3-10-73) Providence 87 - Pennsylvania 65 (3-15-73) Providence 103 - Maryland 89 (3-17-73) Memphis State 98 - Providence 85 (3-24-73) Indiana 97 - Providence 79 (3-26-73) Providence 84 - Pennsylvania 69 (3-10-74) North Carolina State 92 - Providence 78 (3-14-74) Providence 95 - Furman 83 (3-16-74) Kansas State 87 - Providence 80 (3-12-77) Michigan State 77 - Providence 63 (3-11-78)

Team Superlatives POINTS Most: 103 vs. Maryland 3-17-73 103 vs. Alabama 3-19-87 Opponent: 109 by Princeton 3-13-65 Fewest: 48 vs. St. Joseph’s 3-7-66 Opponent: 59 by Marquette 3-14-97 High Half: 56 vs. Duke 3-16-97 Opponent: 62 by Princeton 3-13-65 Low Half: 19 vs. St. Joseph’s 3-7-66 Opponent: 27 - Marquette 3-14-97 FIELD GOALS Most: 43 vs. Maryland 3-17-73 Opponent: 41 - three times Most Attempts: 86 vs. Arizona 3-23-97 Opponent: 94 by Furman 3-16-74 Best Pct.: .688 (33-48) vs. Alabama 3-19-87 Opponent: .683 (41-60) by Princeton 3-13-65 Low Pct.: .359 (28-78) vs. Indiana 3-26-73 Opponent: .337 by Pennsylvania 3-15-73 THREE POINT GOALS Most: 14 vs. Alabama 3-19-87 Opponent: 8 by Duke 3-16-97 8 by Alabama 3-17-94 8 by Penn State 3-16-01 Most Attempts: 25 vs. Austin Peay 3-14-87 Opponent: 23 by Alabama 3-19-87 Best Pct.: .700 (14-20) vs. Alabama 3-19-87 Opponent: .700 (7-10) by Virginia 3-16-89 Low Pct.: .214 (3-14) vs. Penn State 3-16-01 Opponent: .154 by Alabama-Birmingham 3-12-87 FREE THROWS Most: 33 vs. Georgetown 3-21-87 Opponent: 27 by Arizona 3-23-97 27 by Princeton 3-13-97 Most Attempts: 38 vs. Georgetown 3-21-87 Opponent: 44 by Syracuse 3-28-87 Best Pct.: .923 (12-13) vs. Pennsylvania 3-10-74 Opponent: .875 (21-24) by Alabama 3-19-87 Low Pct.: .471 (8-17) vs. Alabama 3-17-94 Opponent: .417 (5-12) by UT-Chattanooga 3-21-97 MISCELLANEOUS Most Rebounds: 50 vs. Arizona 3-23-97 Opponent: 55 - Twice Most Assists: 24 vs. Pennsylvania 3-10-74 24 vs. Alabama 3-19-87 Opponent: 24 - Twice Most Steals: 19 vs. Austin Peay 3-14-87 Opponent: 12 by North Carolina State 3-14-74 Most Blocks: 10 vs. Georgetown 3-21-87 Opponent: 6 - Three times Most Turnovers: 21 vs. Austin Peay 3-14-87 Opponent: 24 by Austin Peay 3-14-87 Fewest Turnovers: 8 vs. Virginia 3-16-89 Opponent: 7 by Pennsylvania 3-15-73

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(6) Providence 90 - (11) Alabama-Birmingham 68 (3-12-87) (6) Providence 90 - (14) Austin Peay 87 OT (3-14-87) (6) Providence 103 - (2) Alabama 82 (3-19-87) (6) Providence 88 - (1) Georgetown 73 (3-21-87) (2) Syracuse 77 - (6) Providence 63 (3-28-87) (5) Virginia 100 - (12) Providence 97 (3-16-89) (8) Ohio State 84 - (9) Providence 83 OT (3-15-90) (9) Alabama 76 - (8) Providence 70 (3-17-94) (10) Providence 81 - (7) Marquette 59 (3-14-97) (10) Providence 98 - (2) Duke 87 (3-16-97) (10) Providence 71 - (14) UT-Chattanooga 65 (3-21-97) (4) Arizona 96 - (10) Providence 92 OT (3-23-97) (7) Penn State 69 - (10) Providence 59 (3-16-01) (12) Pacific 66 - (5) Providence 58 (3-19-04) (6) North Carolina 79 - (11) Providence 77 (3-21-14) (11) Dayton 66 - (6) Providence 53 (3-20-15)

Individual Superlatives POINTS Most: 39 Austin Croshere vs. Marquette 3-14-97 Opponent: 41 Bill Bradley (Princeton) 3-13-65 FIELD GOALS Most: 15 Ernie DiGregorio vs. Memphis State 3-24-73 Opponent: 16 David Thompson (North Carolina State) 3-14-74 Most Attempts: 36 Ernie DiGregorio vs. Memphis State 3-24-73 Opponent: 29 - Twice Best Pct.: 1.000 (10-10) Marvin Barnes vs. Pennsylvania 3-15-73 1.000 (6-6) Darryl Wright vs. Georgetown 3-21-87 Opponent: .900 (9-10) - Twice THREE POINT GOALS Most: 6 Billy Donovan vs. Alabama-Birmingham 3-12-87 6 Ernie Lewis vs. Austin Peay 3-14-87 Opponent: 5 Marvin Orange (Alabama) 3-17-94 Most Attempts: 14 Ernie Lewis vs. Austin Peay 3-14-87 Opponent: 9 - Twice Best Pct.: 1.000 (4-4) Darryl Wright vs. Georgetown 3-21-87 Opponent: 1.000 (4-4) John Crotty (Virginia) 3-16-89 FREE THROWS Most: 16 Billy Donovan vs. Georgetown 3-21-87 Opponent: 16 Miles Simon (Arizona) 3-23-97 Best Pct.: 1.000 (15-15) Austin Croshere vs. Marquette 3-14-97 Opponent: 1.000 - Seven times MISCELLANEOUS Most Rebounds: 21 Marvin Barnes vs. Furman 3-16-74 Opponent: 24 Tom Burleson (North Carolina State) 3-14-74 Most Assists: 12 Billy Donovan vs. Alabama-Birmingham 3-12-87 Opponent: 10 John Crotty (Virginia) 3-16-89 Most Steals: 7 Delray Brooks vs. Austin Peay 3-14-87 Opponent: 4 - Twice Most Blocks: 7 Steve Wright vs. Georgetown 3-21-87 Opponent: 4 - Twice Most Turnovers: 8 Billy Donovan vs. Alabama-Birmingham 3-12-87 Opponent: 6 - Five times The NCAA first used seeds for all teams in 1979.

The NCAA Tournament Record Books

East Region Highest Field Goal Percentage: 1.000 (10-10) Marvin Barnes vs. Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa., 3-15-73 Southeast Region Most Steals: 7 Delray Brooks vs. Austin Peay, Birmingham, Ala., 3-14-87 Most Three-Point Goals: 14 (22 att.), PC vs. Alabama, Louisville, Ky., 3-19-87 Most Blocked Shots: 10, PC vs. Georgetown, Louisville, Ky., 3-21-87 Most Steals: 19, PC vs. Austin Peay, Birmingham, Ala., 3-14-87 Final Four Most Personal Fouls: 33, PC vs. Syracuse, New Orleans, La., 3-28-87


Post-Season Post-Season Tournaments Tournaments NCAA: 17 Appearances 14 Wins - 18 Losses 2 Final Fours, 2 Elite Eights, 1 Sweet Sixteen 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67

NIT (2-2) Fourth NIT (3-1) Second NIT (4-0) First NIT (0-1) First Round NIT (3-0) First NCAA (0-1) First Round NCAA (2-1) Eastern Regional NCAA (0-1) First Round NIT (1-1) Quarterfinal

1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1985-86

1935-36 New England U.S. Olympic Playoffs (Cambridge, Mass.) Springfield 33, Providence 24 (3-12-36) 1948-49 NAIB Sectionals (Colby College) New Britain 72, Providence 63 (3-2-49) Colby 58, Providence 48 (3-3-49) 1949-50 National Catholic Intercollegiate Tournament (Siena College) Siena 86, Providence 49 (3-28-50)

NIT (1-1) Quarterfinal NCAA (0-1) First Round NCAA (3-2) Final Four (Fourth) NCAA (2-1) Eastern Regional NIT (3-1) Second NIT (2-2) Fourth NCAA (0-1) First Round NCAA (0-1) First Round NIT (2-1) Quarterfinal

NIT: 19 Appearances 32 Wins - 20 Losses 2 Championships, 2 Runner-ups, 3 Fourths

1986-87 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97

NCAA (4-1) Final Four NCAA (0-1) First Round NCAA (0-1) First Round NIT (2-1) Quarterfinals NIT (3-2) Fourth NCAA (0-1) First Round NIT (1-1) Second Round NIT (1-1) Second Round NCAA (3-1) Elite Eight

1972-73 NCAA First Round (St. John’s University) Providence 89, St. Joseph’s 76 (3-10-76) 1972-73 NCAA Eastern Regional (CHAMPIONS) (Charlotte Coliseum) Providence 87, Pennsylvania 65 (3-15-73) Providence 103, Maryland 89 (3-17-73) 1972-73 NCAA Final Four (St. Louis Arena) Memphis State 98, Providence (3-24-73) Indiana 97, Providence 79 (3-26-73)

1950-51 NAIB Regionals (CHAMPIONS) (Tufts University) Providence 54, St. Anslem 50 (3-6-51) Providence 77, Tufts 74 (3-7-51) 1950-51 NAIB National Tournament (Kansas City) Morningside 66, Providence 63 (3-13-51)

1973-74 NCAA First Round (St. John’s University) Providence 84, Pennsylvania 69 (3-10-74) 1973-74 Eastern Regional (Raleigh, N.C.) North Carolina State 92, Providence 78 (3-14-74) Providence 95, Furman 83 (3-16-74)

1951-52 NAIB Regional (Colby College) American International 56, Providence 45 (3-5-52) Bridgeport 77, Providence 69 (3-6-52)

1974-75 ECAC New England Regionals (Springfield Civic Center) Holy Cross 62, Providence 55 (3-6-75) Providence 108, Connecticut 83 (3-8-75)

1951-52 National Catholic Intercollegiate Tournament (Troy, N.Y.) LeMoyne 67, Providence 63 (3-15-52) 1958-59 National Invitational Tournament (FOURTH) (Madison Square Garden) Providence 68, Manhattan 66 (3-14-59) Providence 75, St. Louis 72 2-OT (3-17-59) St. John’s 76, Providence 55 (3-19-58) New York University 71, Providence 57 (3-21-59) 1959-60 National Invitational Tournament (SECOND) (Madison Square Garden) Providence 71, Memphis State 70 (3-15-60) Providence 64, St. Louis 53 (3-18-60) Providence 68, Utah State 62 (3-20-60) Bradley 88, Providence 72 (3-22-60) 1960-61 National Invitational Tournament (CHAMPIONS) (Madison Square Garden) Providence 73, DePaul 67 (3-16-61) Providence 71, Niagara 68 (3-18-61) Providence 90, Holy Cross 83 OT (3-23-61) Providence 62, St. Louis 59 (3-25-61) 1961-62 National Invitational Tournament (Madison Square Garden) Temple 80, Providence 78 OT (3-14-62) 1962-63 National Invitational Tournament (CHAMPIONS) (Madison Square Garden) Providence 106, Miami 96 (3-19-63) Providence 70, Marquette 64 (3-21-63) Providence 81, Canisius 66 (3-23-63) 1963-64 NCAA First Round (Palestra) Villanova 77, Providence 66 (3-9-64) 1964-65 NCAA First Round (Palestra) Providence 91, West Virginia 67 (3-8-65) 1964-65 NCAA Eastern Regional (University of Maryland) Providence 81, St. Joseph’s 73 OT (3-12-65) Princeton 109, Providence 69 (3-13-65) 1965-66 NCAA First Round (Virginia Tech University) St. Joseph’s 65, Providence 48 (3-7-66) 1966-67 National Invitational Tournament (Madison Square Garden) Providence 77, Memphis State 68 (3-11-67) Marquette 81, Providence 80 (3-14-67) 1970-71 National Invitational Tournament (Madison Square Garden) Providence 64, Louisville 58 (3-20-71) North Carolina 86, Providence 79 (3-22-71) 1971-72 NCAA First Round (St. John’s University) Pennsylvania 76, Providence 60 (3-11-72)

1974-75 National Invitational Tournament (SECOND) (Madison Square Garden) Providence 91, Clemson 86 (3-15-75) Providence 101, Pittsburgh 80 (3-18-75) Providence 85, St. John’s 72 (3-22-75) Princeton 80, Providence 69 (3-24-75) 1975-76 ECAC New England Regionals (Providence Civic Center) Providence 64, Holy Cross 61 (3-4-76) Connecticut 87, Providence 73 (3-6-76) 1975-76 National Invitational Tournament (FOURTH) (Madison Square Garden) Providence 84, North Carolina A&T 68 (3-13-76) Providence 73, Louisville 67 (3-16-76) Kentucky 79, Providence 78 (3-18-76) North Carolina State 74, Providence 69 (3-20-76) 1976-77 ECAC New England Regionals (Hartford Civic Center) Providence 44, Fairfield 31 (3-3-77) Holy Cross 68, Providence 67 (3-5-77) 1976-77 NCAA First Round (University of Oklahoma) Kansas State 87, Providence 80 (3-12-77) 1977-78 ECAC New England Regionals (Providence Civic Center) Providence 71, Holy Cross 67 (3-2-78) Rhode Island 65, Providence 62 (3-4-78) 1977-78 NCAA First Round (Market Square Arena - Indianapolis, Ind.) Michigan State 77, Providence 63 (3-11-78) 1985-86 National Invitational Tournament (Providence Civic Center) Providence 72, Boston University 69 (3-12-86) Providence 90, George Mason 71 (3-17-86) Louisiana Tech 64, Providence 63 (3-20-86)

1998-99 2000-01 2002-03 2003-04 2006-07 2008-09 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15

NIT (0-1) First Round NCAA (0-1) First Round NIT (2-1) Second Round NCAA (0-1) First Round NIT (0-1) First Round NIT (0-1) First Round NIT (2-1) Quarterfinals NCAA (0-1) Second Round NCAA (0-1) Second Round

1990-91 National Invitational Tournament (Providence Civic Center) Providence 98, James Madison 93 (2OT) (3-13-91) Providence 85, West Virginia 79 (3-18-91) Oklahoma 83, Providence 74 (3-20-91) 1992-93 National Invitational Tournament (FOURTH) (Providence Civic Center) Providence 73, James Madison 61 (3-18-93) Providence 68, West Virginia 67 (3-21-93) (Conte Forum - Boston, Mass.) Providence 75, Boston College 58 (3-24-93) (Madison Square Garden) Minnesota 76, Providence 70 (3-29-93) Alabama-Birmingham 55, Providence 52 (3-31-93) 1993-94 NCAA First Round (Rupp Arena - Lexington Ky.) Alabama 76, Providence 70 (3-17-94) 1994-95 National Invitational Tournament (Providence Civic Center) Providence 72, College of Charleston 67 (3-16-95) Virginia Tech 91, Providence 78 (3-20-95) 1995-96 National Invitational Tournament (New Haven Coliseum) Providence 91, Fairfield 79 (3-15-96) (Providence Civic Center) St. Joseph’s 82, Providence 62 (3-19-96) 1996-97 NCAA First/Second Round (Charlotte Coliseum - Charlotte, N.C.) Providence 81, Marquette 59 (3-14-97) Providence 98, Duke 87 (3-16-97) 1996-97 NCAA Southeast Regional (Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center Birmingham, Ala.) Providence 71, Tennessee-Chattanooga 65 (3-21-97) Arizona 96, Providence 92 OT (3-23-97) 1998-99 National Invitational Tournament (Reynolds Coliseum - Raleigh, N.C.) No. Carolina St. 92, Providence 86 (3-10-99) 2000-01 NCAA First Round (Superdome - New Orleans, La.) Penn State 69, Providence 59 (3-16-01) 2002-03 National Invitational Tournament (Robins Center - Richmond, Va.) Providence 67, Richmond 49 (3-19-03) (Dunkin’ Donuts Center) Providence 69, College of Charleston 64 (3-22-03) Georgetown 67, Providence 58 (3-24-03) 2003-04 NCAA First Round (Kemper Arena - Kansas City, Mo.) Pacific 66, Providence 58 (3-19-04) 2006-07 National Invitational Tournament (Carver Arena - Peoria, Ill.) Bradley 90, Providence 78 OT (3-14-07) 2008-09 National Invitational Tournament (Dunkin’ Donuts Center - Providence) Miami 78, Providence 66 (3-18-09)

1986-87 NCAA First/Second Round (Birmingham, Ala.) Providence 90, Alabama-Birmingham 68 (3-12-87) Providence 90, Austin Peay 87 OT (3-14-87) 1986-87 NCAA Southeast Regional (CHAMPIONS) (Louisville, Ky.) Providence 103, Alabama 82 (3-19-87) Providence 88, Georgetown 73 (3-21-87) 1986-87 NCAA Final Four (Superdome) Syracuse 77, Providence 63 (3-28-87)

2012-13 National Invitational Tournament (Dunkin’ Donuts Center - Providence) Providence 75, Charlotte 66 (3-20-13) Providence 77, Robert Morris 68 (3-25-13) (Ferrell Center - Waco, Texas) Baylor 79, Providence 68 (3-27-13)

1988-89 NCAA First Round (Vanderbilt University - Nashville, Tenn.) Virginia 100, Providence 97 (3-16-89)

2014-15 NCAA Second Round (Nationwide Arena - Columbus, Ohio) Dayton 66, Providence 53 (3-20-15)

1989-90 NCAA First Round (University of Utah - Salt Lake City, Utah) Ohio State 84, Providence 83 OT (3-15-90)

2013-14 NCAA Second Round (AT&T Center - San Antonio, Tex.) North Carolina 79, Providence 77 (3-21-14)

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In-Season Tournaments In-Season Tournament Summary 62 Tournament Appearances Quantico Holiday Tournament Quantico, Va. December 17-19, 1957 Providence 80 - Hartwick 64 Providence 64 - St. Michael’s 53 Providence 77 - Quantico 71 (CHAMPIONS) Providence College Holiday Invitational Providence, R.I. December 29-30, 1958 Providence 83 - Colgate 67 Providence 67 - Boston College 60 (CHAMPIONS)

86 Wins - 59 Losses .593

Wake Forest 79 - Providence 67 (Madison Sq. Garden) Providence 72 - Michigan 63 (Madison Sq. Garden)

Rainbow Classic - Honolulu, Hawaii December 26-29, 1973 Purdue 93 - Providence 85 Providence 64 - Tennessee 60 Providence 82 - Washington St. 67

Fleet Classic - Providence, R.I. November 27-28, 1987 Providence 80 - Fordham 76 Providence 84 - Louisiana Tech 80 (CHAMPIONS)

Orange Bowl Classic - Miami, Fla. November 27, 2004 Florida 84 - Providence 66

Ocean State Classic - Providence , R.I. December 26-28, 1974 Providence 76 - Holy Cross 75 Providence 83 - Drake 73 St. John’s 91 - Providence 79

Fleet Classic - Providence, R.I. November 25-26, 1988 Providence 102 - Niagara 66 Providence 93 - So. Alabama 86 (OT) (CHAMPIONS)

Holiday Festival - New York, N.Y. December 26-30, 1966 Providence 82 - Duquesne 55 Providence 91 - Northwestern 79 Providence 82 - St. Joseph’s 76 (CHAMPIONS)

Industrial National Classic Providence, R.I. December 21-22, 1979 Providence 58 - Stanford 46 Duke 82 - Providence 78

Boston Garden Tournament Boston, Mass. December 20-21, 1967 Providence 77 - LaSalle 56 Boston College 88 - Providence 70

Industrial National Classic Providence, R.I. December 19 -20, 1980 Washington 60 - Providence 51 Michigan State 77 - Providence 76

Quaker City Tournament Philadelphia, Pa. December 27-28, 1967 Temple 93 - Providence 63 Pennsylvania 61 - Providence 48

Industrial National Classic Providence, R.I. December 29-30, 1981 Navy 68 - Providence 65 Providence 53 - Northwestern 52

Holiday Festival - New York, N.Y. December 27-28, 1968 UCLA 98 - Providence 81 Holy Cross 78 - Providence 66

Industrial National Classic Providence, R.I. December 10-11, 1982 Ohio 48 - Providence 43 Providence 57 - Colgate 44

Volunteer Classic - Knoxville, Tenn. December 18-19, 1970 Providence 84 - Detroit 69 Tennessee 77 - Providence 58 Holiday Festival - New York, N.Y. December 26-30, 1970 Providence 89 - Manhattan 69 South Carolina 102 - Providence 86 Providence 94 - St. John’s 80

150

Holiday Festival - New York, N.Y. December 27-30, 1971 Providence 81 - Penn State 65 Fordham 77 - Providence 72 Providence 93 - St. Peter’s 87

12 Runner-Ups

Fleet Classic - Providence, R.I. November 28-29, 1986 Providence 104 - American 82 Tulsa 82 - Providence 74

Providence College Holiday Festival Providence, R.I. December 29-30, 1959 Providence 76 - Boston University 47 Cable Car Classic - San Francisco, Calif. Providence 83 - Georgetown 56 (CHAMPIONS) December 20-21, 1975 Providence 73 -Santa Clara 66 Holiday Festival - New York, N.Y. San Francisco 91 - Providence 77 December 27-28, 1960 St. John’s 76 - Providence 54 Colonial Classic - Boston, Mass. Seton Hall 92 - Providence 83 December 11-12, 1976 Providence 77 - Boston College 67 Holiday Festival - New York, N.Y. Holy Cross 67 - Providence 65 December 27-29, 1961 Wisconsin 95 - Providence 84 Industrial National Classic New York University 73 - Providence 61 Providence, R.I. December 28-29, 1976 ECAC Quaker City Tournament Providence 81 - Texas 67 Phila., Pa. Providence 82 - Michigan 81 (2OT) (CHAMPIONS) December 26-30, 1962 Providence 70 - Delaware 57 Rainbow Classic - Honolulu, Hawaii Brigham Young 81 - Providence 78 December 27-29, 1977 Providence 78 - Villanova 59 Providence 70 - Lafayette 59 Stanford 76 - Providence 61 Holiday Festival - New York, N.Y. Providence 53 - Texas Tech 52 December 26-30, 1963 St. Joseph’s 60 - Providence 53 Industrial National Classic Providence 69 - Cornell 63 Providence, R.I. Providence 72 - St. John’s 67 December 15-16, 1978 Providence 59 - California 58 Holiday Festival - New York, N.Y. Florida 79 - Providence 61 December 27-30, 1965 Providence 79 - NYU 76 Sugar Bowl Classic - New Orleans, La. Providence 81 - Illinois 79 December 28-29, 1978 Providence 91 - Boston College 86 Virginia 106 - Providence 68 (CHAMPIONS) Bradley 84 - Providence 52

Charlotte Invitational - Charlotte, N.C. December 29-30, 1969 Syracuse 94 - Providence 83 Holy Cross 72 - Providence 68

15 Championships

Utah Classic - Salt Lake City, Utah December 15-16, 1972 Providence 79 - South Carolina 64 Santa Clara 97 - Providence 92

Rainbow Classic - Honolulu, Hawaii December 27-29, 1982 Hawaii 54 - Providence 43 Providence 56 - Arizona State 54 Virginia Tech 70 - Providence 57 Fleet Classic - Providence, R.I. December 28-29, 1983 Providence 46 - Pennsylvania 42 Providence 65 - Temple 59 (CHAMPIONS) Chaminade Invitational - Kona, Hawaii November 21-23, 1984 Providence 75 - Virginia 71 Providence 60 - Chaminade 58 (CHAMPIONS) Fleet Classic - Providence, R.I. December 28-29, 1984 Providence 73 - West Texas St. 64 Illinois St. 65 - Providence 59

Fleet Classic - Providence, R.I. November 24-25, 1989 Providence 70 - New Hampshire 49 Providence 81 - Bowling Green 79 (CHAMPIONS) ACC-BIG EAST Challenge Greensboro, N.C. December 6, 1989 Clemson 72 - Providence 71 Fleet Classic - Providence, R.I. November 23-24, 1990 Providence 112 - Morgan State 74 Providence 98 - Lafayette 63 (CHAMPIONS) Maui Invitational - Lahaina, Hawaii November 25-27, 1991 Chaminade 111 - Providence 108 (OT) Minnesota 89 - Providence 82 Providence 87 - Lamar 76 ACC-BIG EAST Challenge Meadowlands, N.J. December 4, 1991 Maryland 76 - Providence 66 Fleet Classic - Providence, R.I. December 11, 1992 Providence 71 - Notre Dame 52 (CHAMPIONS) Top of the World Classic Fairbanks, Alaska November 22-24, 1996 Providence 98 - Alaska-Fairbanks 73 Middle Tennessee 77 - Providence 75 Providence 82 - Southern Illinois 58 Great Eight Tournament - Chicago, Ill. December 2, 1997 Utah 64 - Providence 58 CoSIDA Classic - Providence, R.I. November 9-10, 1998 Vanderbilt 72 - Providence 66 Texas Christian 79 - Providence 77 Puerto Rico Shootout - Bayonne, Puerto Rico November 25-27, 1999 Michigan State 82 - Providence 58 Virginia 80 - Providence 64 Providence 120 - American-Puerto Rico 60 Energia Systems Thanksgiving Tournament Kansas City, Mo. November 24-26, 2000 Providence 60 - Missouri-Kansas City 53 Creighton 63 - Providence 51 Auburn 80 - Providence 69 Las Vegas Tourney - Las Vegas, Nev. November 16-21, 2001 Providence 79 - Siena 54 (at Providence) Oklahoma State 83 - Providence 65 Providence 93 - Austin Peay 84 Providence 69 - Texas-El Paso 60 Jimmy V Classic - New York, N.Y. December 9, 2003 Providence 70 - Illinois 51 Preseason NIT - New York, N.Y. November 16-26, 2004 Providence 83 - Niagara 78 (at Providence) Providence 89 - Pennsylvania 52 (at Providence)

ESPN Puerto Rico Tip Off - San Juan, Puerto Rico November 15-18, 2007 Providence 66 - Temple 64 Providence 67 - Arkansas 51 Miami (FL) 64 - Providence 58 The Hartford Hall of Fame Showcase Boston, Mass. December 1, 2007 Providence 98 - Boston College 89 (OT) Pizza Hut BIG EAST-SEC Invitational Philadelphia, Pa. December 6, 2007 South Carolina 68 - Providence 67 76 Classic - Anaheim, California November 27-30, 2008 Baylor 72 - Providence 56 Providence 67 - Charlotte 62 St. Mary’s 81 - Providence 75 World Vision Invitational Providence, R.I. November 13-15, 2009 Providence 96 - Bryant 53 Providence 76 - Bucknell 65 Providence 79 - Mercer 77 (CHAMPIONS) Cancun Challenge Cancun, Mexico November 18-24, 2010 Providence 77 - Morgan State 55 (at Providence) Providence 78 - Prairie View A&M 62 (at Providence) La Salle 84 - Providence 73 Providence 84 - Wyoming 77 South Padre Island Invitational South Padre Island, Texas November 19-26, 2011 Providence 87 - Florida A&M 65 (at Providence) Providence 59 - Southern 53 (at Providence) Iowa State 64 - Providence 54 Northern Iowa 79 - Providence 62 Puerto Rico Tip-Off San Juan, Puerto Rico November 15-18, 2012 Massachusetts 77 - Providence 75 Penn State 55 - Providence 52 (OT) Providence 72 - UNC Ashville 67 Virgin Islands Paradise Jam St. Thomas, Virgin Islands November 22-25, 2013 Providence 67 - Vanderbilt 60 Providence 71 - LaSalle 63 Maryland 56 - Providence 52 Hall of Fame Tipoff - Mohegan Sun, Uncasville, Conn. November 17-23, 2014 Providence 66 - Binghamton 45 (at Providence) Providence 88 - Navy 51 (at Providence) Providence 80 - Florida State 54 Providence 75 - Notre Dame 74 (CHAMPIONS) Brooklyn Hoops Holiday Invitational Barclay’s Center, Brooklyn, N.Y. December 22, 2014 Providence 76 - Miami 62


All-Time Player Register YEAR

GP MIN FG-FGM PCT. 3PT-ATT PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG. AST TO ST BS PF-DQ PTS. AVG.

ABDULLAH, Abdul (Ab) 5-10 171 • Central/CCRI/RI • 4 • G 1993 32 822 18-75 .240 4-23 .174 29-62 .468 55 1.7 181 63 30 6 61-0 69 2.2 1994 30 937 32-97 .330 12-44 .273 29-45 .644 56 1.9 241 100 48 6 75-3 105 3.5 TOT. 62 1759 50-172 .291 16-67 .239 58-107 .542 111 1.8 422 163 78 12 136-3 174 2.8 ACKER, Justin 5-10 170 • No. Salem/NY • 22 • G 1996 6 7 0-3 .000 0-1 .000 5-8 .625 1 0.2 1 4 2 0 2-0 5 0.8 ADAIR, David 6-0 • East Greenwich/RI • G-F 1927 9 22- 9- 53 5.9 ADAMS, Mark 6 -3 200 • St. Peter’s Prep/NJ • 13 • G 1995 5 6 0-3 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 0.0 0 1 0 0 1-0 0 0.0 1996 6 11 0-5 .000 0-2 .000 3-4 .750 2 0.3 1 0 0 0 1-0 3 0.5 1997 12 15 1-2 .500 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0 0.0 0 2 0 0 2-0 3 0.3 1998 6 12 1-1 1.000 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 1 0.2 1 2 0 0 1-0 3 0.5 TOT. 29 44 2-11 .182 2-5 .400 3-4 .750 3 0.1 2 5 0 0 5-0 9 0.3 AHERN, James 6-0 170 • Hope High/RI • 32(H) 33 (A) • G 1963 14 2-10 .200 8-14 .571 7 0.5 9-0 12 0.9 1964 21 45-104 .433 14-25 .560 59 2.8 57-4 109 5.2 1965 18 21-66 .318 8-17 .471 37 2.1 13-0 50 2.8 TOT. 53 68-180 .378 30-56 .536 103 1.9 79-4 171 3.2 AHERN, William 6-2 175 • East Boston/MA • 19 • F 1949 5 3- 0-

6

1.2

AIELLO, Paul 6-5 175 • Johnston/RI • 30 • G-F 1977 11 79 9-19 .477 4-6 .667 36 3.3 7 10 3 0 7-0 22 2.0 1978 11 93 13-25 .520 8-8 1.000 9 0.8 8 4 2 0 6- 34 3.1 TOT. 22 172 22-44 .500 12-14 .857 45 2.0 15 14 5 0 13- 56 2.5 ALLEN, Hector (Heck) St. Peter’s High/NY • G-F 1927 16 47- 23- 117 7.3 1928 13 7- 7- 21 1.6 TOT. 29 54- 30- 138 4.8 ALLICK, Donell 6-4 195 • Winchendon/CT • 10 • G 2002 14 69 6-15 .400 1-6 .167 8-10 .800 12 0.9 3 6 2 2 8-0 21 1.5 Transferred to Seward Community College, Louisiana Tech ALOSA, Matt 6-2 180 • Pembroke Academy/NH • 10 • G 1992 26 255 22-49 .449 15-31 .484 17-30 .567 26 1.0 36 32 12 1 58-1 76 2.9 1993 16 302 37-107 .346 22-69 .319 19-26 .731 36 2.3 29 17 3 0 33-1 115 7.2 TOT. 42 557 59-156 .378 37-100 .370 36-56 .643 62 1.5 65 49 15 1 92-2 191 4.5 Transferred to New Hampshire ANDERSON, Leland 6-8 245 • Attleboro/Univ. of Michigan/MA • 34 • F-C 2002 20 232 26-71 .366 0-0 .000 20-31 .645 42 2.1 21 23 6 3 35-0 72 3.6 2003 4 19 1-6 .167 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 1 0.3 0 0 0 0 1-0 3 0.8 TOT. 24 251 27-77 .351 0-0 .000 21-33 .636 43 1.8 21 23 6 3 36-0 75 3.1 ANGELICA, Carl 5-10 168 • Enfield/CT • 15 • G-F-C 1935 9 6- 2- 14 1936 11 4- 4- 12 1937 18 21- 11- 53 TOT. 38 31- 17- 79

1.6 1.1 2.9 2.1

ANRIN, Christopher 6-7 220 • Alvik/Sweden • 20 • F 2001 30 389 55-139 .396 40-110 .364 23-28 .821 52 1.7 26 12 10 3 27-0 173 5.8 2002 29 525 60-161 .373 45-128 .352 11-15 .733 43 1.5 25 23 9 5 34-0 176 6.1 2003 22 181 21-65 .323 13-52 .250 8-12 .667 15 0.7 3 11 1 0 16-0 63 2.9 2004 23 166 23-51 .451 20-47 .426 3-7 .429 17 0.7 7 5 3 1 12-0 69 3.0 TOT. 104 1261 159-416 .382 118-337 .350 45-62 .726 127 1.2 61 51 23 9 89-0 481 4.6 AQUAVIA, Charles 5-8 160 • Naugatuck/CT • 10 • G 1953 18 16-40 .400 9-18 .500 4 0.2 19-0 41 2.4 1954 15 5- 2- 12 0.8 TOT. 33 21- 11- 53 1.6 ARZOOMANIAN, John (Arzy) 5-10 170 • Central/RI • F-G-C 1945 12 83- 70- 236 19.7 1946 17 46- 27- 119 7.0 1947 12 26- 4- 56 4.7 TOT. 41 155- 101- 411 10.0 AUGUSTIN, Romuald (Rome) 6-7 215 • Rayen High/OH • 25, 4 • F 2000 30 653 70-193 .363 28-97 .289 30-48 .625 100 3.3 30 35 23 13 59-0 198 6.6 2001 31 833 100-224 .446 45-112 .402 39-57 .684 84 2.7 53 51 29 10 62-0 284 9.2 2002 5 87 9-26 .346 1-14 .071 3-5 .600 11 2.2 2 6 5 1 10-0 22 4.4 2003 23 490 50-127 .394 31-79 .392 27-32 .844 63 2.7 19 32 19 14 39-1 158 6.9 TOT. 89 2063 229-570 .402 105-302 .348 99-142 .697 258 2.9 104 124 76 38 170-1 662 7.4 2002-Medical Redshirt; Transferred to Bryant College BAGLEY, James 1938 5 7- 1939 1 0- TOT. 6 7-

5-10 165 • Boston College High/MA • 11 • F-G 0- 14 2.8 0- 0 0.0 0- 14 2.3

BAKER, Alan 6-7 215 • St. Anthony’s/Wash.DC • 23 • F-C 1972 4 6 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 3 0.8 0 0 0 1-0 4 1.0 1973 25 20-45 .444 22-34 .647 62 2.5 8 13 24-1 62 2.5 1974 28 281 30-60 .500 29-45 .644 63 2.3 13 18 32-0 89 3.2 TOT. 57 52-108 .481 51-79 .646 128 2.2 21 57-1 155 2.7 BANCROFT, Ted 2011 3 8 1-5 .200 0-3 .000 2012 9 27 0-7 .000 0-6 .000 2013 30 279 8-28 .286 2-13 .154 2014 30 158 4-13 .308 1-9 .111 2015 21 90 6-16 .375 5-14 .357 TOT. 93 562 19-69 .275 8-45 .178

0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2-7 .286 3-8 .375 4-7 .571 9-22 .409

6-6 215 • Bishop Stang/MA • 22, 51 • F-G 2 0.7 0 1 1 0 1-0 2 0.7 4 0.4 1 3 0 0 5-0 0 0.0 43 1.4 10 15 14 2 31-0 20 0.7 20 0.7 3 3 9 0 24-0 12 0.4 15 0.7 3 3 3 2 10-0 21 1.0 84 0.9 17 25 27 4 71-0 55 0.6

BARBARITO, Anthony (Tony) New Haven/CT • C 1933 2 0- 0- 0

0.0

YEAR

GP MIN FG-FGM PCT. 3PT-ATT PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG. AST TO ST BS PF-DQ PTS. AVG.

BARCHI, John 5-7 160 • Danbury/CT • F 1943 1 0- 0- 0 0.0 BARNES, Jon 6-0 165 • Contoocook/NH • G 1979 1 1 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1 1.0 0 0 0 1-0 0 0.0 BARNES, Marvin (News) 6-9 220 • Central/RI • 24 • C 1972 27 931 236-462 .511 112-173 .647 424 15.7 43 45 67 90-6 584 21.6 1973 30 1045 237-436 .545 75-109 .688 571 19.0 88 78 137 91-3 549 18.3 1974 32 1158 297-596 .498 112-164 .682 597 18.7 113 118 159 110-7 706 22.1 TOT. 89 3134 770-1494 .515 299-446 .670 1592 17.8 244 363 291-16 1839 20.7 BARNEY, Jamal 6-3 185 • Southwestern/MD • 22 • G 2007 13 122 12-36 .333 1-8 .125 6-9 .667 20 1.5 11 12 7 1 11-0 31 2.4 Transferred to Loyola (Maryland) BARNINI, John (Slip) 6-0 172 • Pittsfield/MA • 12 • G-F-C 1938 16 11- 18- 40 2.5 1939 10 11- 5- 27 2.7 1940 14 26- 20- 72 5.1 TOT. 40 48- 43- 139 3.5 BARRETT, William 6-2 1965 4 2-3 .667 1-2 .500 1966 4 4-5 .800 1-2 .500 TOT. 8 6-8 .750 2-4 .500

185 • Mingo Junction/OH • 40(H) 41(A) • G 2 0.5 1-0 5 1.2 5 1.3 5-0 9 2.3 7 0.4 6-0 14 1.8

BARRY, William 5-8 155 • St. Raphael/RI • 10 • G-F-C 1942 12 3- 0- 6 0.5 BATTS, Kadeem 2011 32 693 75-172 .436 2012 21 414 45-115 .391 2013 34 1079 188-393 .478 2014 35 1071 147-339 .434 TOT. 122 3257 455-1019 .447 2010-Redshirt

8-21 .381 0-1 .000 0-3 .000 5-15 .333 13-40 .325

68-105 .648 40-56 .714 128-185 .692 130-175 .743 366-521 .702

6-9 187 89 246 259 781

245 • McEachern High/GA/MA • 10 • F-C 5.8 16 35 17 13 94-3 226 7.1 4.2 9 32 8 15 72-5 130 6.2 7.2 35 72 22 23 122-7 504 14.8 7.4 43 59 11 27 122-10 429 12.3 6.4 103 198 58 78 410-25 1289 10.6

BAUDINET, Chris 6-5 210 • Taft School/CT • 21 • F 2006 2 2 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0 2007 7 14 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 2 0.3 0 2 0 0 0-0 0 0.0 2008 4 5 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1 0.3 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0 2009 14 34 2-5 .400 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 5 0.4 1 2 1 1 3-0 5 0.4 TOT. 27 55 2-8 .250 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 8 0.3 2 4 1 1 3-0 5 0.2 BAUER, Thomas 6-2 185 • St. Mary’s/PA • 13 • F 1950 10 3- 7- 13 1.3 1951 21 13- 4- 30 1.4 1952 14 10- 6- 20 1.4 0 17-0 26 1.9 TOT. 45 26- 17- 69 1.5 BECKER, Alex 6-3 170 • Patterson/NJ • 20 • C-F 1949 26 43- 30-46 .652 116 4.5 1950 16 15- 5- 35 2.2 1951 6 7- 3- 17 2.8 TOT. 48 65- 38- 168 3.5 BELION, Brian 6-5 200 • Avon High/CT • 25 • F 2009 6 9 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 1 0.2 0 0 0 0 2-0 4 0.7 BELLIOTTI, C-G 1946 3 0- 0- 0 0.0 BELLIVEAU, Ray 5-10 185 • Fitchburg/MA • 12 • F-G 1935 20 39- 14- 92 4.6 1936 17 35- 19- 89 5.2 1937 12 12- 4- 28 2.3 TOT. 49 86- 37- 209 4.3 BELLO, Gary 6-0 165 • Amity/CT • 11 • G 1973 23 9-30 .300 6-9 .667 11 0.4 19 7 7-0 24 1.1 1974 27 580 82-151 .543 30-34 .882 50 1.8 116 38 32-0 194 7.2 1975 24 600 88-178 .494 46-58 .793 50 2.1 122 73 30 4 27-0 222 9.2 TOT. 74 179-359 .499 82-101 .812 111 1.5 257 118 66-0 440 5.9 BENEDICT, James 1964 26 977 122-277 .440 22-34 .647 1965 26 926 169-368 .459 37-48 .771 1966 27 1035 204-443 .461 37-53 .698 TOT. 79 2938 495-1088 .455 96-135 .711

6-4 137 119 122 378

180 • Hartford/CT • 20(H) 21(A) • F-G 5.3 26-0 266 10.2 4.6 36-0 375 14.4 4.5 42-1 445 16.5 4.8 104-1 1086 13.7

BENHAM, Bryan 6-4 206 • Cartersville/GA • 42 • F-G 1986 9 34 3-6 .500 2-9 .222 4 0.4 3 3 0 1 8 0.9 1987 20 64 5-16 .313 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 14 0.7 4 2 2 2 5-0 12 0.6 1988 12 59 5-8 .625 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 10 0.8 2 3 1 0 10-0 10 0.8 1989 11 51 5-8 .625 0-0 .000 4-7 .571 8 0.7 3 2 2 2 7-0 14 1.3 TOT. 52 208 18-38 .474 0-0 .000 8-22 .364 36 0.7 12 10 5 5 44 0.8 BENOIT, Roland (Benny) 6-1 155 • Sacred Heart/RI • 12 • F-G 1956 10 7-21 .333 4-4 1.000 9 0.9 1-0 18 1.8 1957 3 1-5 .200 2-2 1.000 2-0 4 1.3 TOT. 13 8-26 308 6-6 1.000 3-0 22 1.7 BENT, Greg 6-8 230 • McKenzie High/San Jacinto JC/MI • 23 • F 1989 22 252 51-89 .573 2-3 .667 10-15 .667 46 2.1 4 18 7 7 27-0 114 5.2 1990 27 265 49-110 .445 4-8 .500 17-21 .810 41 1.5 10 20 6 5 37-0 119 4.4 TOT. 49 517 100-199 .503 6-11 .545 27-36 .750 87 1.8 14 38 13 12 64-0 233 4.8 BENTLEY, Frederick 1921 3 12- 16- 1922 2 0- 0- TOT. 5 12- 16-

CT • F 40 13.3 0 0.0 40 8.0

BENTON, Adam 6-2 185 • Sequoyah/GA • 13 • G 1995 9 54 4-11 .364 0-6 .000 1-4 .250 6 0.7 8 5 4 0 10-0 9 1.0 Transferred to Akron

151


All-Time Player Register YEAR

GP MIN FG-FGM PCT. 3PT-ATT PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG. AST TO ST BS PF-DQ PTS. AVG.

BERKELEY, Mike 1982 6 16 0-3 .000 1-2 .500 1983 5 9 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 TOT. 11 25 0-5 .000 1-3 .333 BERTINO, Tom 1948 2 0-

6-0 185 • Iona Prep/NY • 15 • G 3 0.5 2 2 3 0 2-0 1 0.2 3 0.6 0 6 1 0 1-0 0 0.0 6 0.5 2 8 4 0 3-0 1 0.1

6-0 180 • Port Chester/NY • 12(H) 9 (A) • G 0- 0

0.0

BESSETTE, Richard (Dick) 5-11 157 • Central Falls/RI • 25 • G-F 1957 24 30-80 .375 29-45 .644 32-0 89 3.7 1958 17 15-40 .375 7-15 .467 6 0.3 4-0 37 2.1 1959 18 18-39 .462 6-8 .750 18 1.0 8-0 42 2.3 TOT. 59 63-159 .396 42-68 .618 44-0 168 2.8 BEST, James 6-6 185 • Portsmouth/UNH/NH • 21 • G-F 1987 6 83 17-30 .567 2-6 .333 2-3 .667 14 2.3 8 4 2 1 19-0 38 6.3 BLAIN, Joseph 6-1 150 • Providence/RI • 22 • F 1949 21 21- 16- 58 2.8 BLAIR, William (Bill) 1964 24 34-96 .354 1965 26 129-266 .485 1966 27 122-229 .532 TOT. 77 285-591 .482

6-3 170 • Boston/MA • 14 (H) 15 (A) • F-G 35-42 .833 67 2.8 22-1 103 4.3 95-117 .811 193 7.4 75-4 353 13.6 101-112 .902 168 6.3 90-4 345 12.8 231-271 .852 428 5.6 187-9 801 10.4

BLIEDEN, Milton 5-9 160 • Staten Island/NY • 10 • G-F 1935 14 8- 0- 1936 14 3- 4- 1939 2 0- 0- TOT. 30 11- 4-

16 1.1 10 0.7 0 0.0 26 0.9

BOBINSKI, Ed 6-2 187 • Hillhouse High/CT • 21 • C-G-F 1936 20 79- 43- 201 10.1 1937 14 51- 31- 133 9.5 1938 16 50- 20- 120 7.5 TOT. 50 180- 94- 454 9.1 BOSTICK, Jim Hoboken/NJ • F-G 1933 11 3- 0- 6 0.5 1934 12 7- 2- 16 1.3 1935 21 21- 12- 54 2.6 TOT. 44 31- 14- 76 1.7 BOURDEAU, Leo Fitchburg/MA • G 1927 9 12- 5- 29 3.2 1928 2 0- 0- 0 0.0 TOT. 11 12- 5- 29 2.6 BOWMAN, Ira 6-5 200 • Seton Hall Prep/NJ • 13 • G-F 1992 28 354 40-82 .488 1-5 .200 46-72 .639 22 0.8 35 44 22 1 70-4 127 4.5 1993 15 136 17-29 .586 0-0 .000 12-18 .667 23 1.5 5 12 4 0 31-2 46 3.1 TOT. 43 490 57-111 .514 1-5 .200 58-90 .644 45 1.0 40 56 26 1 101-6 173 4.0 Transferred to Pennsylvania BOYLE, John 5-10 155 • Mt. Pleasant/RI • G-C-F 1945 9 5- 4- 14 1.6 BRACHEN, Allen (Dick) 6-1 185 • Port Chester/NY • 27 • G-F-C 1931 19 77- 26- 180 9.5 1932 24 87- 52- 226 9.4 1933 16 85- 38- 208 13.0 1934 16 66- 27- 159 9.9 TOT. 75 315- 143- 773 10.3 BRAGG, Marques 6-7 230 • Clifford Scott/NJ • 24 • F-C 1989 14 78 13-28 .464 0-0 .000 6-15 .400 17 1.2 4 5 1 3 18-0 32 2.3 1990 28 424 60-107 .561 0-0 .000 39-88 .443 111 4.0 11 34 13 13 90-0 159 5.7 1991 32 868 162-270 .600 0-0 .000 66-145 .455 280 8.8 34 62 35 19 119-1 390 12.2 1992 30 867 124-230 .539 0-0 .000 92-170 .541 249 8.3 42 57 36 20 88-0 340 11.3 TOT. 104 2237 359-635 .565 0-0 .000 203-418 .486 657 6.3 91 158 85 55 315-1 921 8.9 BRESNAHAN, Charlie 5-9 145 • LaSalle/RI • 14(H) 6(A) • F-C 1946 11 24- 5- 53 1947 19 45- 18- 108 1948 20 67- 31- 165 1949 26 64- 33- 161 TOT. 76 200- 87- 487

4.8 5.7 8.3 6.2 6.4

BREWINGTON, Dwight (Brew) 6-5 195 • Lynn/Worcester Academy/MA • 2 4 • G 2004 28 555 59-143 .413 16-56 .286 25-44 .568 70 2.5 44 43 28 13 49-0 159 5.7 2005 23 746 110-248 .444 44-130 .338 41-63 .651 99 4.3 64 73 29 28 56-3 305 13.3 TOT. 51 1301 169-391 .432 60-186 .323 66-107 .617 169 3.3 108 116 47 41 105-3 464 9.1 Transferred to Liberty BRISPORT, Leon 1999 19 181 17-46 .370 0-0 .000 Transferred to Stony Brook

6-8 220 • Erasmus/LA Valley CC/NY • 32 • F-C 18-28 .643 43 2.3 7 12 1 5 25-0 52 2.7

BROOKS, Delray 1987 28 856 134-310 .432 66-157 .420 68-83 .819 1988 28 953 118-307 .384 67-182 .368 76-89 .854 TOT. 56 1809 252-617 .408 133-339 .392 144-172 .837

6-4 200 • Rogers/Indiana U./IN • 12 • G 110 3.9 74 54 51 6 89-3 402 14.4 80 2.9 75 61 79 2 94-4 379 13.5 190 3.4 149 115 130 8 183-7 781 13.9

BROOKS, Marshon 6-5 200 • Tucker High/GA • 2 • G-F 2008 18 167 21-55 .382 5-19 .263 15-21 .714 17 0.9 7 13 6 3 12-0 62 3.4 2009 32 696 122-279 .437 40-128 .313 54-79 .684 115 3.6 44 44 34 23 58-0 338 10.6 2010 31 824 168-360 .467 46-131 .351 59-83 .711 129 4.2 44 52 41 16 72-3 441 14.2 2011 32 1168 276-571 .483 67-197 .340 169-219 .772 225 7.0 80 98 48 39 80-0 788 24.6 TOT. 113 2855 587-1265 .464 158-475 .333 297-402 .739 486 4.3 175 207 129 81 222-3 1629 14.4 BROWN, Abdul 1997 8 59 2-8 .250 0-0 .000

152

6-9 225 • Southern/Coll. of So. Idaho/MD • 15 • F-C 3-6 .500 13 1.6 0 4 2 0 12-0 7 0.9

YEAR

GP MIN FG-FGM PCT. 3PT-ATT PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG. AST TO ST BS PF-DQ PTS. AVG.

BROWN, Don 6-2 180 • Verbum Dei/CA • 12 • G 1983 25 328 48-102 .470 4-12 .333 26 1.0 32 32 19 1 34-0 100 4.0 1984 29 796 107-239 .448 18-36 .500 48 1.7 62 44 29 0 40-0 232 8.0 1985 31 840 135-301 .449 25-41 .610 52 1.7 86 48 26 1 57-0 295 9.5 1986 29 532 106-236 .449 21-32 .656 49 1.7 60 33 40 6 66-3 233 8.0 TOT. 114 2496 396-878 .451 68-121 .562 175 1.5 240 157 114 8 197-3 860 7.5 BROWN, Derrick (Flight) 6-6 210 • Grady/CC of Los Angeles/NY • 32 • F 1996 30 878 160-332 .482 26-86 .302 98-130 .754 205 6.8 49 72 30 13 81-2 444 14.8 1997 34 1085 207-415 .499 44-119 .370 132-163 .810 213 6.3 51 84 39 9 80-2 590 17.4 TOT. 64 1963 367-747 .491 70-205 .341 230-293 .785 418 6.5 100 156 69 22 161-4 1034 16.2 BROWN, Gerald 6-4 198 • Hargrave Military Acad./Frederick Douglass/MD • 5 • G 2004 11 72 8-19 .421 1-7 .143 5-8 .625 7 0.6 7 8 5 0 7-0 22 2.0 2005 15 292 37-86 .430 6-26 .231 26-33 .788 37 2.5 23 21 23 2 38-0 106 7.1 TOT. 26 364 45-105 .429 7-33 .212 31-41 .756 44 1.7 30 29 28 2 45-0 128 4.9 Transferred to Loyola (MD) BROWN, Michael 6-1 187 • Cicero North/NY • 3 0 • G 1993 33 754 78-189 .413 24-56 .429 60-73 .822 73 2.2 79 57 38 3 84-2 240 7.3 1994 30 856 109-301 .362 52-145 .359 49-62 .790 84 2.8 71 54 42 3 69-0 319 10.6 1995 30 1009 88-219 .402 38-101 .376 36-45 .800 92 3.1 116 78 47 5 83-3 250 8.3 1996 30 971 125-271 .461 53-118 .449 51-63 .810 106 3.5 93 53 47 3 65-0 354 11.8 TOT. 123 3590 400-980 .408 167-420 .398 196-243 .807 355 3.1 359 242 174 14 301-5 1163 9.5 BROWN, Troy 6-8 238 • Brewster Academy/MA • 33 • F-C 1991 26 217 34-74 .459 0-1 .000 10-23 .434 69 2.7 10 21 4 13 39-0 78 3.0 1992 29 268 47-99 .475 0-0 .000 20-32 .625 68 2.3 3 29 6 10 50-0 114 3.9 1993 33 415 52-131 .397 0-2 .000 45-64 .703 127 3.8 10 45 14 15 58-0 149 4.5 1995 30 797 136-257 .529 12-20 .600 75-99 .758 237 7.9 13 55 15 26 85-4 359 12.0 TOT. 118 1697 269-561 .480 12-23 .522 150-218 .688 501 4.2 36 150 39 64 232-4 700 5.9 1994-Redshirt BURCH, Charles (Chuck) 6-7 225 • Tabor Academy/MA • 33 • F 2005 25 229 16-46 .348 5-19 .263 3-8 .375 25 1.0 7 21 6 1 28-1 40 1.6 2006 27 550 40-108 .370 16-40 .400 33-40 .825 85 3.1 22 32 14 10 45-1 129 4.8 2007 17 282 17-49 .347 7-27 .259 9-13 .692 36 2.1 14 19 7 4 25-0 50 2.9 2008 28 327 16-45 .356 7-20 .350 5-8 .625 35 1.3 15 16 5 0 31-0 44 1.6 TOT. 97 1388 89-248 .359 35-106 .330 50-69 .725 181 1.9 58 88 32 15 129-2 263 2.7 BURCHETT, Luke 6-0 185 • Fenwick High/IL • 12 • G 2007 3 4 2-3 .667 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 1 0.3 0 0 0 0 0-0 6 2.0 2009 8 11 0-4 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0 0.0 2 5 1 0 0-0 0 0.0 TOT. 11 16 2-7 .286 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 1 0.1 2 5 1 0 0-0 6 0.5 BURKE, F 1943 4 3- 1- 7 1.8 BURNS, Jim LaSalle/RI • C 1930 4 0- 0- 0 0.0 BURNS, Marlon 6-8 205 • Dartmouth/MA • 31 • F 1981 17 73 6-11 .545 13-16 .812 17 1.0 0 2 1 3 13-0 25 1.5 1982 24 427 33-58 .568 32-57 .561 68 2.8 10 22 16 10 50-1 98 4.1 1983 14 90 6-17 .352 1-6 .167 23 1.6 5 6 4 2 18-0 13 0.9 TOT. 55 590 45-86 .523 46-79 .582 108 2.0 15 30 21 15 81-1 136 2.5 BURTON, Quinton 6-5 198 • Hammond High/MD • 15 • F-G 1988 28 717 91-170 .535 10-22 .455 51-67 .761 107 3.8 29 72 21 6 74-1 243 8.7 1989 25 162 13-29 .448 4-13 .333 3-9 .333 21 0.8 14 12 9 1 24-0 33 1.3 1990 29 912 113-249 .454 33-94 .351 64-88 .727 158 5.4 45 62 20 9 93-5 323 11.1 TOT. 82 1791 217-448 .484 47-129 .364 118-164 .720 286 3.5 88 146 50 16 191-6 599 7.3 1987-Prop 48 CAHILL, Ed 6-5 185 • Mt. Pleasant/RI • 20 • C 1956 2 2-5 .400 1-1 1.000 8 4.0 2-0 5 2.5 CALLEN, Craig 6-5 212 • Warwick/RI • 54(H) 55 (A) • F 1968 24 54-109 .494 22-35 .629 123 5.1 56-3 130 5.4 1969 24 45-103 .437 23-32 .719 112 4.7 52-4 113 4.7 1970 25 60-121 .496 33-45 .733 113 4.5 51-3 153 6.1 TOT. 73 159-333 .477 78-112 .696 348 4.8 159-10 396 5.4 CAMAH, Jamaal 6-4 195 • Salem/Notre Dame Academy/MA • 5 • G-F 1999 30 488 58-135 .430 2-19 .105 20-37 .541 61 2.0 21 37 21 1 37-1 138 4.6 2000 29 670 70-179 .391 0-7 .000 33-52 .635 112 3.9 46 54 31 0 44-0 173 6.0 TOT. 59 1158 128-314 .408 2-26 .077 53-89 .596 173 2.9 67 91 52 1 81-1 311 5.3 Transferred to New Haven CAMPBELL, Bruce (Soup) 6-9 210 • Wilbur Cross/CT • 23 • F 1975 30 676 133-283 .470 64-84 .762 202 6.7 46 79 22 33 68-1 330 11.0 1976 32 1038 206-391 .527 96-123 .780 272 8.5 61 72 34 36 87-2 504 15.8 1977 29 983 184-373 .493 64-91 .703 234 8.1 66 69 32 31 83-3 432 14.9 1978 31 1067 203-428 .474 133-180 .739 241 7.8 56 70 18 12 75-2 539 17.4 TOT. 122 3764 726-1475 .492 357-478 .746 949 7.8 229 290 106 112 313-8 1809 14.8 CAMPBELL, Fred 6-7 210 • Salisbury/Midland JC/NC • 25 • F 1991 32 567 38-112 .339 6-18 .333 30-50 .600 128 4.0 18 28 16 5 68-1 112 3.5 1992 13 76 4-11 .364 0-1 .000 3-4 .750 24 1.8 4 5 1 2 11-0 11 0.8 TOT. 45 643 42-123 .341 6-19 .316 33-54 .611 152 3.4 22 33 17 7 79-1 123 2.7 CAMPBELL, Matt St. Peter’s High/NY • F-G 1946 2 2- 1- 5 2.5 1947 3 3- 3- 9 3.0 TOT. 5 5- 4- 14 2.8 CANESTRARI, Roger 6-4 200 • Bellingham/MA • 23 • F-G 1956 19 28-81 .346 14-24 .583 84 3.8 14-0 70 3.1 1957 24 26-84 .310 23-29 .793 25-0 75 3.1 1958 14 9-26 .346 4-6 .667 27 1.9 9-0 22 1.5 TOT. 57 63-191 .330 41-59 .695 48-0 167 2.9


All-Time Player Register YEAR

GP MIN FG-FGM PCT. 3PT-ATT PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG. AST TO ST BS PF-DQ PTS. AVG.

YEAR

GP MIN FG-FGM PCT. 3PT-ATT PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG. AST TO ST BS PF-DQ PTS. AVG.

CANTY, Sean 6-8 225 • Tabor Academy/MA • 22 • F 1981 26 265 19-55 .345 24-35 .685 47 1.8 6 16 15 10 41-1 62 2.4 1982 25 516 38-81 .469 6-17 .352 90 3.6 17 31 23 11 57-3 82 3.3 1983 30 643 71-155 .458 14-20 .700 114 3.8 21 44 25 12 47-1 156 5.2 1984 28 569 61-115 .530 15-23 .652 76 2.7 27 35 17 6 60-2 137 4.9 TOT. 109 1993 189-406 .466 59-95 .621 327 3.0 71 126 80 39 205-7 437 4.0

CONLON, Marty 6-10 225 • Archbishop Stepinac/NY • 30 • F-C 1987 34 487 43-96 .448 0-0 .000 64-77 .831 100 2.9 16 42 11 7 87-2 150 4.4 1988 11 282 45-88 .511 0-3 .000 55-66 .833 62 5.6 19 43 5 5 39-2 145 13.2 1989 29 885 154-294 .524 16-42 .381 91-125 .728 202 7.0 60 94 29 14 95-4 415 14.3 1990 29 866 136-271 .502 15-48 .313 138-187 .738 220 7.6 72 73 17 15 85-0 425 14.7 TOT. 103 2520 378-749 .505 31-93 .333 348-455 .765 584 5.7 167 252 62 41 306-8 1135 11.0

CARBERRY, David 6-1 185 • Xavier/NY • F-G 1943 8 2- 2- 6 0.8 1946 6 1- 0- 2 0.3 TOT. 14 3- 2- 8 0.6

CONNELL, William 1969 4 3-8 .375 0-1 .000 1970 5 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 TOT. 9 4-10 .400 0-2 .000

CAREW, Joseph 6-1 170 • Medford/MA • 6 • F 1935 22 72- 22- 166 7.5 1936 17 54- 18- 126 7.4 1937 14 39- 27- 105 7.5 TOT. 53 165- 67- 397 7.5

CONNELLY, William 6-4 160 • Somerville/MA • 3 • G 1940 1 0- 0- 0 0.0

CAROLLAN, Matthew F-G 1921 3 1- 0- 2 0.7 CARR, John 139 • DeLaSalle/RI • G-F 1945 4 1- 1- 3 0.8 CARTER, Chris 2010 2 5 0-3 .000 0-1 .000 2011 5 8 1-4 .250 0-2 .000 2012 16 35 3-6 .500 2-4 .500 TOT. 23 48 4-13 .308 2-7 .286

0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

6-4 180 • Sheperd Hill Regional/MA • 41 • G 1 0.5 0 0 0 0 1-0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1-0 2 0.4 3 0.2 0 1 1 0 5-0 8 0.5 4 0.2 0 1 1 0 7-0 10 0.4

CHESTER, Elmer 5-10 168 • Providence/RI • 14 • F 1935 5 3- 0-

6

1.2

CHOLAKIS, Jim 6-5 190 • Albany/NY • 30 • F-G 1981 16 35 9-22 .409 0-0 .000 7 0.4 3 2 1 1 4-0 18 1.1 1983 1 3 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0 TOT. 17 38 9-23 .391 0-0 .000 7 0.4 3 2 1 1 4-0 18 1.1

6-4 195 • Montclair/NJ • 11(H) 10(A) • F 3 0.7 5-0 6 1.3 2 0.4 2 0.4 5 0.6 8 0.9

CONNOLLY, Larry 5-10 165 • St. Ann’s Academy/NY • 18 • G 1955 19 19-63 .302 27-38 .711 25 1.3 30-2 65 3.4 1956 13 15-37 .405 7-14 .500 18 1.3 7-0 37 2.9 TOT. 32 34-100 .340 34-52 .654 43 1.3 37-2 102 3.2 CONNOLLY, Sean 6-4 180 • Bishop Fenwick/MA • 22 • G 1999 30 787 103-271 .380 64-165 .388 60-70 .857 97 3.2 26 35 28 4 61-0 330 11.0 Transferred to Ohio State CONWAY, Charles 5 -11 170 • Hartford/CT • 12(H) 13(A) • G 1968 9 0-1 .000 6-6 1.000 3 0.3 2-0 6 0.7 1969 2 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 1 0.5 0 0.0 TOT. 11 0-3 .000 6-6 1.000 4 0.4 6 0.5 COOGAN, Ed 5-10 155 • Durfee/MA • 1 0(H) 11(A) • G-F 1948 5 6- 1- 13 2.6 COOLEY, Willard 6-4 • Catholic Central/NY • 6 • C-G-F 1929 8 0- 2-

2

0.3

CHUKWU, Paschal 7 -2 226 • Fairfield Prep/CT • 13 • C 2015 34 335 33-50 .660 0-0 .000 24-40 .600 83 2.4 5 19 9 23 63-2 90 2.6 Transferred to Syracuse

COOPER, Bob 6-7 205 • Lindblom/ILL • 32 • F -C 1974 32 880 171-299 .571 42-63 .675 229 7.5 10 45 25 101 78-3 384 12.0 1975 30 688 140-258 .546 48-80 .600 210 7.0 16 62 20 87 72-1 328 10.9 1976 32 547 97-182 .532 56-89 .629 113 3.5 9 35 13 35 58-0 250 7.8 1977 29 908 188-302 .623 86-118 .728 216 7.5 28 67 22 61 77-1 462 15.9 TOT. 123 3023 596-1041 .572 232-350 .662 768 6.2 63 209 91 284 285-5 1424 11.5

CLARY, Andy 6-3 205 • Newport News/VA • 32 (H) 33(A) • F 1967 17 19-35 .569 11-17 .701 26 1.4 21-0 49 2.9 1968 24 64-149 .430 32-43 .744 112 4.7 45-0 160 6.7 1969 24 106-219 .484 55-88 .625 169 7.0 62-2 267 11.1 TOT. 65 189-403 .469 98-148 .662 307 4.7 128-2 476 7.3

CORDELLA, Rick 6-4 210 • Foxboro/MA • 50 • F-G 1996 5 6 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1 0.2 0 0 0 0 1-0 1997 9 11 0-3 .000 0-1 .000 1-2 .500 2 0.2 0 1 0 0 1-0 1998 3 4 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1 0.3 0 0 0 0 0-0 TOT. 17 21 2-7 .286 0-2 .000 1-2 .500 4 0.2 0 1 0 0 2-0

CLEARY, Dennis 1996 3 2 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1997 9 7 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 1998 6 7 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 TOT. 18 16 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 1-2 .500

CORRY, Bob Hope High/RI • G-C 1945 11 19- 6- 44 4.0 1946 7 6- 4- 16 2.3 TOT. 18 25- 10- 60 3.3

6-0 160 • West Orange/NJ • 20 • G 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0 1 0.1 1 0 1 0 1-0 1 0.1 0 0.0 0 0 1 0 0-0 2 0.3 1 0.1 1 0 2 0 1-0 3 0.2

CLEMENTS, Ken 6-1 165 • Rensselaer/NY • 23 • F-G 1957 18 17-58 .293 10-15 .667 12-0 44 2.4 1958 9 4-14 .286 0-2 .000 6 0.6 4-0 8 0.8 1959 12 11-24 .458 1-3 .333 8 0.7 4-0 23 1.9 TOT. 39 32-96 .333 11-20 .550 20-0 75 1.9 COADY, James 1967 3 1-

6-3 200 • West Hartford/CT • 14(H) 15(A) • F 2- 4 1.3

COATES, Jim 6-0 185 • Medford/MA • 26 • G 1955 4 1-2 .500 1-4 .250 1 0.3 1-0 3 0.8 CODY, George Woonsocket/RI • G 1929 3 0- 0- 0 0.0 1930 10 4- 2- 10 1.0 1931 12 7- 4- 18 1.5 1932 15 4- 3- 11 0.7 TOT. 40 15- 9- 39 1.0 COLE, Llewellyn 6-7 220 • Maine Central/NY • 42 • F-C 1996 28 172 17-37 .459 1-1 1.000 8-13 .615 29 1.0 3 9 1 8 25-0 43 1.5 1998 29 691 72-148 .486 5-18 .278 51-90 .567 124 4.3 11 43 21 25 76-3 200 6.9 1999 28 349 45-76 .592 0-0 .000 21-47 .447 64 2.3 9 21 10 11 54-1 111 4.0 2000 24 107 4-15 .267 1-2 .500 6-13 .462 22 0.9 3 9 4 2 18-0 15 0.6 TOT. 108 1319 137-275 .498 7-21 .333 86-163 .528 229 2.1 26 79 36 46 173-4 367 3.4 1997-Redshirt COLEMAN, Gerard 6-4 180 • Tilton School/MA • 1 • G 2011 31 918 126-301 .419 16-68 .235 51-95 .537 95 3.1 43 59 28 5 46-0 319 10.3 2012 30 1021 140-331 .423 5-21 .238 110-164 .671 150 5.0 63 67 34 5 53-0 395 13.2 TOT. 61 1939 266-632 .421 21-89 .236 161-259 .622 245 4.0 106 126 62 10 99-0 714 11.7 Transferred to Gonzaga COLLARMORE, Lawrence 1954 14 6- 1955 6 1-8 .013 1956 3 1-4 .250 TOT. 23 8-

6-4 175 • Port Chester/NY • 17 • C 9- 21 1.5 1-4 .250 14 2.3 3-0 3 0.5 5-6 .833 12 4.0 2-0 7 2.3 15- 31 1.3

COLLINS, Fred 6-1 174 • New Milford/CT • 11 • C -G-F 1935 18 13- 5- 31 1.7 1936 20 28- 11- 67 3.4 1937 10 13- 6- 32 3.2 TOT. 48 54- 22- 130 2.7 COLLUCCI, Vic 6-2 185 • Newark/NJ • 14(H) 15 (A) • G 1969 23 155-354 .438 45-57 .789 69 3.0 28-0 355 15.4 1970 24 147-299 .490 41-63 .651 51 2.1 42-1 335 13.9 1971 27 93-200 .465 16-29 .552 47 1.7 32-0 202 7.5 TOT. 74 395-853 .463 102-149 .685 167 2.3 102-1 892 12.1

2 0.4 1 0.1 2 0.7 5 0.3

COSTELLO, Fran 6-8 215 • Catholic Memorial/NY • 31 • F 1971 29 71-152 .467 51-64 .797 138 4.9 85-8 193 6.9 1972 27 906 100-224 .446 52-60 .867 129 4.8 73 71 19 85-7 252 9.7 1973 31 115-230 .500 52-80 .650 149 4.8 93 53 105-9 282 9.1 TOT. 86 286-606 .472 155-204 .760 416 4.8 275-24 727 8.5 COTTON, Bryce 6-1 165 • Palo Verde High/AZ • 11, 25 • G 2011 31 473 41-106 .387 14-54 .259 29-37 .784 48 1.5 15 9 21 0 17-0 125 4.0 2012 32 1234 145-351 .413 77-203 .379 90-101 .891 81 2.5 72 52 32 5 51-0 457 14.3 2013 32 1209 195-446 .437 98-269 .364 142-179 .793 115 3.6 92 47 30 3 38-0 630 19.7 2014 35 1398 230-549 .419 77-210 .367 226-265 .853 124 3.5 205 85 35 3 51-0 763 21.8 TOT. 130 4314 611-1452 .421 266-736 .361 487-581 .838 368 2.8 384 193 118 11 157-0 1975 15.2 COUGHTER, Peter 6-5 200 • Stamford/CT • 4 4(H) 45 (A) • F-G 1966 5 2- 0- 4 0.8 1967 4 1- 0- 2 0.5 1968 8 1-12 .083 0-1 .000 8 1.0 2-0 2 0.2 TOT. 17 4- 0- 8 0.5 COUNCIL, Vincent 2010 31 856 102-251 .406 19-60 .317 95-135 .704 2011 32 1160 140-393 .356 47-139 .338 111-154 .721 2012 31 1200 184-471 .391 29-99 .293 95-141 .674 2013 24 808 88-250 .352 14-51 .275 61-93 .656 TOT. 118 4024 514-1365 .377 109-349 .312 362-523 .692 COX, James 1963 5 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 1964 4 1-8 .125 0-0 .000 1965 12 6-12 .500 0-1 .000 TOT. 21 8-22 .364 0-1 .000

6-2 110 3.5 135 4.2 126 4.1 74 3.1 445 3.8

180 • Patterson School/NY • 3 2 • G 141 73 37 4 74-1 318 10.3 189 106 55 14 77-1 438 13.7 231 109 39 11 75-0 492 15.9 164 65 33 12 66-2 251 10.5 725 353 164 41 292-4 1499 12.7

6-3 180 • Classical/RI • 4 4(H) 45(A) • F-G 0 0.0 2-0 2 0.4 7 1.8 2-0 2 0.5 15 1.3 8-0 12 1.0 22 1.0 12-0 16 0.8

CRAWFORD, Charlie 6-6 200 • Hillhouse/CT • 22 • F 1971 17 22-55 .400 11-24 .458 50 2.9 32-1 55 3.2 1972 26 631 48-86 .558 27-44 .614 116 4.5 11 27 13 55- 123 4.7 1973 31 70-140 .500 32-46 .695 187 6.1 19 41 67-1 172 5.5 TOT. 74 140-281 .498 70-114 .614 353 4.8 154- 350 4.7 CRAWFORD, Harold G 1921 2 0- 0- 0 0.0 1922 4 0- 0- 0 0.0 TOT. 6 0- 0- 0 0.0 CROSHERE, Austin (AC) 6-9 235 • Crossroads School/CA • 44 • F 1994 25 233 38-95 .400 10-31 .323 29-40 .725 55 2.2 3 21 5 8 26-0 115 4.6 1995 30 570 106-231 .459 29-85 .341 66-85 .776 147 4.9 33 50 17 16 50-0 307 10.2 1996 30 858 151-359 .421 47-141 .333 109-128 .862 173 5.8 33 64 45 27 79-4 458 15.3 1997 36 1192 200-440 .455 61-175 .349 182-205 .888 270 7.5 54 95 38 25 92-3 643 17.9 TOT. 121 2853 495-1125 .440 147-432 .340 386-458 .843 645 5.3 123 230 105 76 247-7 1523 12.6 CROWLEY, John (Wink) 5-10 155 • Cumberland/RI • 5 • F 1937 4 1- 0- 2 0.5 1938 16 68- 21- 157 9.8 TOT. 20 69- 21- 159 8.0

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GP MIN FG-FGM PCT. 3PT-ATT PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG. AST TO ST BS PF-DQ PTS. AVG.

GP MIN FG-FGM PCT. 3PT-ATT PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG. AST TO ST BS PF-DQ PTS. AVG.

DONOVAN, William Springfield/MA • C-G 1922 2 1- 1- 3 1.5

CURRY, Sharaud 5-10 170 • Wheeler High/GA • 4 • G 2006 27 899 118-276 .428 37-103 .359 49-55 .891 85 3.1 95 71 29 2 76-1 322 11.9 2007 27 984 140-334 .419 52-139 .374 82-91 .901 76 2.8 120 97 34 0 68-2 414 15.3 2008 1 8 1-3 .333 1-1 1.000 0-1 .000 0 0.0 3 0 0 0 0-0 3 3.0 2009 33 1049 123-298 .413 57-146 .390 82-97 .845 64 1.9 139 69 35 0 58-0 385 11.7 2010 31 989 148-364 .407 60-174 .345 126-144 .875 62 2.0 105 65 36 1 57-2 482 15.5 TOT. 119 3929 530-1275 .416 207-563 .368 339-388 .874 287 2.4 462 302 134 3 259-5 1606 13.5 2008-Medical redshirt

DORE, Joseph C-G 1921 3 0- 1- 1 0.3

DAILEY, Ted LaSalle/RI • G 1945 4 1- 0- 2 0.5

DOUTHIT, Marcus 6-10 235 • Notre Dame Prep/NY • 21 • C 2001 31 485 69-143 .483 0-0 .000 30-40 .750 124 4.0 31 58 15 51 94-5 168 5.4 2002 30 535 68-157 .433 0-0 .000 20-42 .476 126 4.2 36 76 16 55 79-1 156 5.2 2003 32 677 59-150 .393 0-1 .000 46-63 .730 146 4.6 49 69 30 97 84-2 164 5.1 2004 29 861 82-184 .446 0-0 .000 63-82 .768 170 5.9 64 76 45 92 87-2 227 7.8 TOT. 122 2558 278-634 .439 0-1 .000 159-227 .700 566 4.6 180 279 106 295 344-10 715 5.9

D’ALESSANDRO, Ben 6-3 195 • Western Albemarle/VA • 22 • G 1995 3 4 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1 0.3 1 1 1 0 0-0 0 0.0

DOWD, Donald 1947 4 3- 1948 9 1- TOT. 13 4-

DAVIN, Leo 6-4 204 • Hillhouse/CT • 22 • G-F 1935 14 11- 11- 33 1936 17 57- 27- 141 1937 22 56- 32- 144 TOT. 53 124- 70- 318

DREW, Larry 6-2 205 • LaSalle/RI • 4 • G 1942 20 50- 24- 124 6.2 1943 20 32- 24- 88 4.4 1946 8 19- 7- 45 5.6 TOT. 48 101- 55- 257 5.4

2.4 8.3 6.5 6.0

DAVIS, Dexter 6-2 197 • East Providence/RI • C 1933 2 0- 0- 0 0.0 DAVIS, Xavier 2011 5 9 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 2010-Did not play

5-11 170 • Smithfield High/RI • 15 • G 0-0 .000 2 0.4 0 0 0 0 1-0 0 0.0

DEL GATTO, Ernie 6-5, 205 • Mt. St. Michael’s/NY • 20 • F 1978 6 21 1-11 .090 5-7 .714 17 2.8 0 6 0 0 7 1.2 DePALMA, Larry 6-0 160 • New Haven/CT • 13 • F 1949 21 42- 30- 114

5.4

DERIVAN, Ed G-F 1929 8 0- 1- 1 0.1 1930 7 3- 0- 6 0.9 1931 2 0- 0- 0 0.0 TOT. 17 3- 1- 7 0.4 DESROSIERS, Carson 7-0 250 • Central Catholic, MA/Wake Forest • 33 • C 2014 34 676 46-102 .451 1-4 .250 31-46 .674 164 4.8 20 25 15 82 96-3 124 3.6 2015 32 804 75-167 .449 6-15 .400 58-80 .725 140 4.4 27 29 11 79 94-2 214 6.7 TOT. 66 1480 121-269 .450 7-19 .368 89-126 .706 304 4.6 47 54 26 161 190-5 338 5.1 DeSTEFANO, Joseph 6-1 190 • Mt. Pleasant/RI • 17 • G 1951 2 1- 0- 2 1.0 DEUSE, Elton (Elt) 6-4 197 • Durfee/MA • 24 • C-G 1937 14 5- 0- 10 0.7 1938 11 13- 6- 32 2.9 1939 11 39- 13- 91 8.3 TOT. 36 57- 19- 133 3.7 DiGREGORIO, Ernie (Ernie D) 1971 28 1013 217-451 .481 1972 27 1025 192-440 .436 1973 31 1116 348-728 .478 TOT. 86 3154 757-1619 .467

6-0 180 • North Providence/St. Thomas More/RI • 15 • G 88-106 .830 112 4.0 181 75-1 522 93-116 .801 81 3.0 214 54 4 60- 477 65-81 .802 99 3.2 267 112 70-1 761 246-303 .811 292 3.4 662 205- 1760

18.6 17.7 24.6 20.5

DILLON, Gerard (Gerry) Pelham/NY • G-F 1927 3 0- 1- 1 0.3 1928 4 0- 1- 1 0.3 TOT. 7 0- 2- 2 0.3 DILLON, John 1933 5 0- 0-

0

G-F 0.0

DiMASI, Walter (Wally) 5-10 • G 1958 24 158-399 .396 41-63 .651 108 4.5 52-0 357 14.8 DIXON, Bilal 6-9 245 • Queen of Peace/NJ • 42 • C 2010 31 764 105-200 .525 0-1 .000 44-80 .550 211 6.8 22 44 28 59 106-4 254 8.2 2011 32 638 79-155 .510 0-0 .000 23-51 .451 206 6.4 9 35 10 45 84-2 181 5.7 2012 31 488 43-77 .558 0-0 .000 46-60 .767 126 4.1 7 20 8 37 53-0 132 4.3 TOT. 94 1890 227-432 .525 0-1 .000 113-191 .592 543 5.8 38 99 46 141 243-6 567 6.0 2009-Redshirt, transferred to Towson DIXON, Chris 6-6 200 • Xaverian Bros./MA • 22 • F 1974 12 43 8-23 .348 3-4 .750 24 2.0 1 7 17-1 19 1.5 1976 13 57 4-17 .235 1-3 .333 8 0.6 4 5 3 0 11-0 9 0.7 TOT. 25 100 12-40 .300 4-7 .571 32 1.3 5 12 28-1 28 1.1 DOLAN, Hubert LaSalle/RI • G 1945 4 1- 0- 2 0.5 DONAHUE, Steve 6-6 220 • Montgomery/NJ • 50 • F 1995 3 5 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0 0.0 0 0 1 0 2-0 0 0.0 DONNELLY, Bernard 5-10 165 • LaSalle/RI • F 1942 2 0- 0- 0 0.0 DONOHUE, Ed 1956 21 55-133 .414 1957 21 77-190 .405 1958 24 46-126 .365 TOT. 66 178-449 .396

6-3 190 • St. Ann’s Academy/NY • 15 • F-G 46-69 .667 166 7.5 49-2 156 7.0 85-121 .702 56-1 239 11.4 53-80 .663 135 5.6 65-2 145 6.0 184-270 .681 170-5 540 8.2

DONOVAN, Billy (Billy The Kid) 6-0 170 • St. Agnes/NY • 34 • G 1984 28 446 25-68 .368 15-21 .714 23 0.8 85 33 18 3 23-0 65 2.3 1985 29 327 41-87 .456 10-15 .667 16 0.6 71 36 11 1 30-1 92 3.2 1986 31 964 183-358 .511 103-130 .792 49 1.6 147 93 59 2 72-0 469 15.1 1987 34 1234 203-467 .435 97-237 .409 199-236 .843 102 3.0 243 109 82 2 98-4 702 20.6 TOT. 122 2971 452-980 .461 97-237 .409 327-402 .813 190 1.6 546 271 170 8 223-5 1328 10.9

154

YEAR

CULLINAN, Ed 6-2 175 • Sacred Heart/CT • 12 • F 1971 1 0- 0- 0 0.0

5-11 167 • Windsor Locks/CT • 21 (H), 7 (A) • G-F-C 0- 6 1.5 2- 4 0.4 2- 10 0.8

DROMGOOLE, Francis (Fran) Classical/RI • G -F-C 1930 8 7- 5- 19 2.4 1931 12 17- 1- 35 2.9 1932 24 14- 9- 37 1.5 1933 12 7- 5- 19 1.6 TOT. 56 45- 20- 110 2.0 DUDA, Jacek 6-10 230 • Poland/Central Falls/RI • 50 • C 1984 8 35 5-9 .556 2-6 .333 11 1.3 1 2 0 0 7-0 12 1.5 1985 22 192 8-16 .500 7-10 .700 35 1.6 3 9 1 4 41-2 23 1.1 1986 31 396 35-78 .449 15-31 .484 91 2.9 14 21 11 19 98-8 85 2.7 1987 34 485 47-105 .448 0-0 .000 21-37 .568 116 3.4 7 38 10 13 104-7 115 3.4 TOT. 95 1108 95-208 .457 0-0 .000 45-84 .560 253 2.7 25 70 22 36 250-17 235 2.5 DUGGAN, 1946 1 0- 0- DUNPHY, Rich 1973 21 52 16-36 .444 1974 26 219 29-54 .537 TOT. 47 271 45-90 .500 Transferred to Fordham

19-33 .575 28-46 .609 47-79 .595

C 0

0.0

6-4 185 • Holy Cross High/NY • 12 • G-F 23 1.1 8 13 6 22-1 51 2.5 50 1.9 17 23 40-0 86 3.2 73 1.6 25 36 62-1 137 2.9

DURKIN, John (Jack) 6-1 185 • Pawtucket West/RI • 14 • F 1952 18 6-31 .194 8- 11 0.6 0 9-0 20 1.1 1953 22 35-107 .327 41-62 .661 90 4.1 59-2 112 5.2 1954 26 58- 49- 165 6.3 TOT. 66 99- 98- 297 4.5 DUTTON, Donald 6-4 195 • Gloversville/NY • 52 (H), 53 (A) • F 1963 13 7-15 .467 9-14 .643 6 0.4 12-0 23 1.8 1964 12 6-13 .462 8-11 .727 20 1.7 7-0 20 1.7 1965 16 11-31 .355 7-15 .467 24 1.5 15-0 29 1.8 TOT. 41 24-59 .407 24-40 .600 50 1.2 34-0 72 1.8 DWYER, Roger 140 • Woonsocket/RI • F-G 1945 4 0- 0- 0 0.0 EASON, Bill 6-5 180 • St. Thomas More/CT • 12 • F 1975 30 796 137-284 .482 20-30 .667 236 7.9 52 45 44 28 90-3 294 9.9 1976 31 856 164-283 .579 36-50 .720 189 6.1 40 42 36 7 90-5 354 11.4 1977 23 496 65-121 .520 8-13 .615 110 4.8 30 25 22 6 57-1 138 6.0 1978 32 1076 168-333 .504 27-42 .642 265 8.3 68 46 57 8 83-0 363 11.3 TOT. 116 3224 534-1021 .523 91-135 .674 800 6.9 190 158 159 49 320-9 1159 10.0 EDWARDS, Rae 1946 12 7- 1948 17 15- TOT. 29 22-

6-2 165 • St. Mary’s/PA • 15 (H), 17(A) • G-C-F 6- 20 1.7 14- 44 2.6 20- 64 2.2

EDWARDS, Walt (Stretch) 6-8 195 • Hope/RIJC/RI • 31 • F-C 1974 8 74 9-19 .474 2-4 .500 32 4.0 5 2 3-0 20 2.5 Transferred to Husson College EFEJUKU, Weyinmi (Wey-me) 6-5 210 • Brewster Academy/NY • 13 • G 2006 27 604 58-164 .354 16-47 .340 78-111 .703 66 2.4 52 62 43 7 61-2 210 7.8 2007 31 959 147-316 .465 49-132 .371 93-121 .769 133 4.3 76 83 51 8 70-1 436 14.1 2008 29 728 108-260 .415 35-92 .380 86-122 .705 108 3.7 69 78 29 7 50-0 337 11.6 2009 33 974 165-353 .467 40-103 .388 147-186 .790 132 4.0 77 74 48 7 52-3 517 15.7 TOT. 120 3265 478-1093 .437 140-374 .374 404-540 .748 439 3.7 274 297 171 29 233-6 1500 12.5 EGAN, John (Spaceman) 1959 24 181-418 .433 1960 27 147-357 .412 1961 29 221-510 .433 TOT. 80 549-1285 .427

6-0 189 • Weaver/CT • 34, 10 (H), 35, 11 (A) • G 140-170 .824 63 2.6 47-0 502 90-112 .804 66 2.4 54-2 384 106-129 .822 71 2.4 44-2 548 336-411 .818 200 2.5 283 145-4 1434

20.9 14.2 18.8 17.9

EICHNER, Norm 6-1 190 • Torrington/CT • 3 • F 1936 1 0- 0- 0

0.0

ELSTON, Dick 6-3 165 • Mamoroneck/NY • 16 • F 1954 1 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 2 2.0 3-0 0 0.0 ENGLERT, Timothy 2004 4 7 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 3-4 .750 2005 1 1 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2006 4 3 1-3 .333 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 TOT. 9 11 1-3 .333 1-2 .500 4-6 .667

5-11 165 • Bergen Catholic/NJ • 31 • G 0 0.0 2 2 0 0 0-0 3 0.8 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 4 0.4 0 0.0 2 2 0 0 0-0 7 0.8


All-Time Player Register YEAR

GP MIN FG-FGM PCT. 3PT-ATT PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG. AST TO ST BS PF-DQ PTS. AVG.

ERNST, Vinnie 1961 29 109-276 .395 1962 26 101-259 .390 1963 28 106-251 .422 TOT. 83 316-786 .402

5-8 160 • St. Aloysius/NJ • 10 (H) 11 (A) • G 67-80 .838 115 4.0 52-1 285 9.8 100-125 .800 103 4.0 63-1 302 11.6 112-148 .757 110 3.9 243 66-1 324 11.6 279-353 .790 328 4.0 487 181-3 911 11.0

ETHIER, Henri (Hank) 6-0 165 • Pawtucket East/RI • F-C 1943 8 19- 3- 41 5.1 1946 17 101- 34- 236 13.9 1947 4 10- 2- 22 5.5 TOT. 29 130- 39- 299 10.3 EVANS, Dre 5-9 167 • Carter High/TX • 4 • G 2011 32 201 13-34 .382 11-30 .367 8-10 .800 23 0.7 7 9 3 0 20-0 45 1.4 EVANS, Jason (Baby Shaq) 7-0 255 • Langley/PA • 34 • C 1995 9 36 5-9 .556 0-0 .000 2-6 .333 8 0.9 0 3 1 6 5-0 12 1.3 FALLON, Steve (Lefty) 5-11 170 • St. Raphael/RI • 11 • F 1939 9 39- 13- 91 10.1 1940 14 46- 17- 109 7.8 TOT. 23 85- 30- 200 8.7 FARLEY, Justin 6-6 205 • Brebeuf Prep/Evansville/IN • 40 • F 1998 24 527 95-192 .495 11-31 .355 27-39 .692 67 2.8 29 34 16 2 57-4 228 9.5 1999 30 658 107-245 .437 4-19 .211 41-52 .788 120 4.0 42 51 33 8 85-1 259 8.6 TOT. 54 1185 202-437 .462 15-50 .300 68-91 .747 187 3.5 71 85 49 10 142-5 487 9.0 FARLEY, Paul 6-0 170 • Woonsocket/RI • 10 • G-F 1937 3 0- 2- 2 0.7 1938 8 3- 7- 13 1.6 TOT. 11 3- 9- 15 1.4 FARRELL-MARCELLINO, Peter 6-5 195 • Hanover/MA • 15 • F 1998 2 2 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0 1999 3 3 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2 0.7 0 0 0 0 1-0 0 0.0 TOT. 5 5 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2 0.4 0 0 0 0 1-0 0 0.0 FEIT, Abe Paterson/NJ • G 1933 10 0- 0- 0 0.0 1934 14 5- 5- 15 1.1 1935 20 12- 5- 29 1.5 TOT. 44 17- 10- 44 1.0 FERLAND, Marcel 6-0 160 • St. Raphael/RI • F-G 1942 2 0- 0- 0 0.0 1946 2 1- 0- 2 1.0 TOT. 4 1- 0- 2 0.5 FERRITER, Robert 6-1 180 • St. Jerome’s/MA • 21 • G 1956 8 4-11 .364 2-2 1.000 2 0.2 10-0 10 1.1 FERRO, Joseph (Junior) 1969 17 34-72 .472 1970 13 18-34 .529 TOT. 30 52-106 .491

5-10 150 • Bristol/RI • 22 (H), 23 (A) • G 9-14 .643 10 0.5 17-0 77 4.5 14-15 .933 5 0.4 7-0 50 3.8 23-29 .793 15 0.5 24-0 127 4.2

FIELDS, Bill 6-5 210 • Osbourn Park/VA • 11 • F-G 1979 26 740 146-315 .463 22-30 .733 125 4.8 26 49 9 55-3 314 12.1 1980 27 802 137-304 .450 34-44 .772 115 4.3 54 36 20 1 57-1 308 11.4 1981 28 678 121-242 .500 39-53 .735 110 3.9 30 43 15 1 72-4 281 10.0 1982 27 700 93-207 .449 27-34 .794 95 3.7 44 39 21 0 48-0 213 7.9 TOT. 108 2920 497-1068 .465 122-161 .757 445 4.1 154 167 11 232-8 1116 10.3 FILIPAN, Mladen 6-8 215 • First/Yugoslavia • 34 • F 1978 4 18 0-2 .000 5-8 .625 4 1.0 0 4 1 1 5 1.3 FLEURENT, Adelard (Nap) Woonsocket/RI • F-G 1927 4 10- 0- 20 5.0 1928 13 17- 5- 39 3.0 TOT. 17 27- 5- 59 3.5 FLOYD, Corey 6-3 194 • Linden/Hutchinson CC/NJ • 11 • G 1991 27 381 50-131 .382 8-22 .364 41-52 .788 44 1.6 72 47 18 0 48-0 149 5.5 1992 29 421 57-136 .419 14-41 .341 64-89 .719 41 1.4 34 31 16 2 40-0 192 6.6 TOT. 56 802 107-267 .401 22-63 .349 105-141 .745 85 1.5 106 78 34 2 88-0 341 6.1 FLYNN, Ray 1961 28 75-187 .401 1962 26 148-328 .451 1963 28 239-481 .497 TOT. 82 462-996 .464

6-0 180 • So. Boston High/MA • 14 (H) 15 (A) • G 13-17 .765 38 1.3 37-1 163 5.8 37-49 .755 79 3.0 45-1 333 12.8 51-64 .797 68 2.4 52-0 529 18.9 101-130 .777 185 2.3 134-2 1025 12.5

FOLLIARD, Thomas 1960 15 12-34 .353 1961 16 19-52 .365 1962 24 55-112 .491 TOT. 55 86-198 .434

6-2 180 • Gonzaga/Wash. DC • 22 (H) 23 (A) • G-F 4-8 .500 11 0.7 5-0 28 1.9 10-19 .526 26 1.6 16-0 48 3.0 21-32 .655 60 2.5 36-0 131 5.5 35-59 .593 97 1.8 57-0 207 3.8

FORBES, Trent 6-1 160 • Dover-Sherborn/MA • 20 • G 1990 25 160 13-33 .394 4-13 .308 9-15 .600 16 0.6 36 32 12 3 24-0 39 1.6 1991 24 408 48-113 .425 16-36 .444 11-19 .579 37 1.5 87 60 23 2 46-2 123 5.1 1992 30 730 86-199 .432 31-95 .326 61-75 .813 62 2.1 103 82 35 10 94-4 264 8.8 1993 23 268 41-127 .323 23-79 .291 18-26 .692 27 1.2 37 14 7 7 24-1 123 5.3 TOT. 102 1566 188-472 .398 74-223 .332 99-135 .733 142 1.4 263 188 77 22 188-7 549 5.4 FORCIER, Mark (Tex) 6-9 205 • Jesuit Prep/TX • 25 • F-C 1975 8 13 1-3 .333 0-3 .000 3 0.3 0 2 0 1 5-0 2 0.2 1976 7 30 3-10 .300 3-7 .429 10 1.4 0 3 0 1 6-0 9 1.3 TOT. 15 43 4-13 .308 3-10 .300 13 0.9 0 5 0 2 11-0 11 0.7 FORD, G 1933 1 0- 0- 0 0.0

YEAR

GP MIN FG-FGM PCT. 3PT-ATT PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG. AST TO ST BS PF-DQ PTS. AVG.

FORD, Ryan 6-0 185 • Worcester Academy/MA • 10 • G 1987 14 34 0-5 .000 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 1 0.1 2 1 0 0 2-0 0 0.0 1988 5 6 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0 1989 5 24 1-6 .167 0-2 .000 4-6 .667 1 0.2 4 3 1 0 5-0 6 1.2 TOT. 24 64 1-13 .077 0-5 .000 4-7 .571 2 0.1 6 4 1 0 7-0 6 0.3 FORREST, George 1928 4 0- 2- 1929 5 0- 0- TOT. 9 0- 2-

12 • F 2 0.5 0 0.0 2 0.2

FORTUNE, Josh 6-5 205 • Kecoughtan/VA • 4 • G 2013 34 787 66-202 .327 35-121 .289 20-27 .741 83 2.4 49 47 23 9 47-2 187 5.5 2014 35 1154 101-244 .414 56-160 .350 36-47 .766 106 3.0 72 66 33 9 81-4 294 8.4 TOT. 69 1941 167-446 .374 91-281 .324 56-74 .757 189 2.7 121 113 56 18 128-6 481 7.0 Transferred to Colorado FOSTER, G 1929 1 0- 0- 0 0.0 FOSTER, Cal 6-5 213 • Patterson/Vincennes JC/OH • 21 • F-C 1988 17 118 11-34 .324 0-0 .000 5-10 .500 32 1.9 0 10 4 9 22-0 27 1.6 1989 29 464 77-133 .579 0-0 .000 68-103 .660 112 3.9 9 32 10 30 80-2 222 7.7 TOT. 46 582 88-167 .527 0-0 .000 73-113 .646 144 3.1 9 42 14 39 102-2 249 5.4 FRYE, David 1976 27 372 16-39 .410 8-13 .615 1977 13 64 9-17 .529 3-6 .500 1978 23 171 24-42 .571 15-23 .652 1979 25 653 28-80 .350 43-54 .796 TOT. 88 1260 77-178 .433 69-96 .719

6-0 155 • Greensburg-Salem/PA • 11 • G 31 1.2 58 60 9 0 59-3 40 1.5 7 0.6 10 10 2 0 10-0 21 1.6 13 0.6 35 27 13 1 26-0 63 2.8 35 1.4 126 92 4 72-4 99 3.9 86 0.9 229 189 5 167-7 223 2.5

GAGNON, Ronald 5-11 158 • Central Falls/RI • 14 • G 1950 21 14- 9- 37 1.8 1951 19 12- 12- 36 1.9 1952 12 11- 4- 4 0.3 0 9-0 26 2.2 TOT. 52 37- 25- 99 1.9 GAINOR, William (Chick) Catholic Central/NY • 8 • G-C-F 1929 18 13- 4- 30 1930 11 12- 14- 36 1931 19 14- 16- 44 1932 24 19- 11- 49 TOT. 72 58- 45- 159

1.7 3.3 2.3 2.0 2.2

GALLAGHER, Charles 6-1 174 • Newton/MA • 16, 9 • F-G 1935 21 23- 13- 59 1936 21 42- 16- 100 1937 19 19- 13- 51 TOT. 61 84- 42- 210

2.8 4.8 2.7 3.4

GARCES, Ruben 1996 30 671 94-191 .492 1997 35 902 149-277 .538 TOT. 65 1573 243-468 .519

6-9 245 • Colegio Abel Bravo/Navarro CC/Panama • 24 • C 0-0 .000 24-60 .400 225 7.5 20 68 20 29 99-6 212 7.1 0-0 .000 35-84 .417 272 7.8 23 60 29 54 111-4 333 9.5 0-0 .000 59-144 .410 497 7.6 43 128 49 83 210-10 545 8.4

GARCIA, Raymond 6-0 175 • Newport/RI • 21 • G-F 1949 25 65- 52- 182 7.3 1950 23 56- 35- 147 6.4 1951 24 83- 74- 240 10.0 TOT. 72 204- 161- 569 7.9 GASTALL, Tom 6-1 170 • Fall River/MA • 15 • G 1975 4 7 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0 0.0 0 1 0 0 1-0 2 0.2 GATELY, Ed 6-4 215 • St. Raphael/RI • 24 • F-G 1982 6 9 0-4 .000 0-0 .000 2 0.3 0 1 0 0 4-0 0 0.0 GELSIMINO, Lou F-C 1946 17 28- 14- 70

4.1

GEROUARD, Louis 1921 1 0- 0- 0

G 0.0

GIBSON, Robert (Bob) 1959 21 18-41 .439 11-23 .478 1960 16 4-12 .333 4-6 .667 TOT. 37 22-53 .415 15-29 .517

6-5 210 • De La Salle/RI • 44 (H) 45(A) • F 55 2.6 27-1 47 2.2 26 1.6 17-0 12 0.8 81 2.2 44-1 59 1.6

GILBRIDE, Tim New Haven/CT • G 1972 5 12 1-3 .333 2-2 1.000 1 0.2 0 1 0 0-0 4 0.8 1974 7 31 6-14 .429 1-4 .250 1 0.1 3 3 2-0 13 1.7 TOT. 12 43 7-17 .412 3-6 .500 2 0.2 3 2-0 17 1.4 GIPLAYE, Ron 6-6 230 • Notre Dame Prep/MA • 34 • F-C 2011 27 148 15-33 .455 0-0 .000 14-29 .483 44 1.6 1 6 6 17 25-0 44 1.6 2012 26 196 12-26 .462 0-0 .000 9-23 .391 53 2.0 5 12 4 16 42-1 33 1.3 TOT. 53 344 27-59 .458 0-0 .000 23-52 .442 97 1.8 6 18 10 33 67-1 77 1.5 Transferred to East Tennessee State GOLDSBROUGH, Lee 6-9 230 • Newcastle, England • 21 • F-C 2011 18 81 4-13 .308 2-5 .400 0-1 .000 19 1.1 2 3 2 1 11-0 10 0.6 2012 23 179 6-9 .667 1-1 1.000 5-7 .714 39 1.7 5 6 4 2 25-0 18 0.8 2013 30 383 22-45 .489 2-9 .222 7-13 .538 74 2.5 13 31 11 3 43-0 53 1.8 2014 26 159 2-11 .182 0-1 .000 4-7 .571 24 0.9 4 11 4 0 18-0 8 0.3 TOT. 97 802 34-78 .436 5-16 .313 16-28 .571 156 1.6 24 51 21 6 97-0 89 0.9 GOMES, Ryan 2002 24 756 132-236 .559 0-3 .000 68-111 .613 188 7.8 2003 32 1152 213-397 .537 0-3 .000 163-194 .840 311 9.7 2004 29 1008 192-379 .507 29-87 .333 134-154 .870 274 9.4 2005 31 1161 247-498 .496 52-137 .380 124-161 .770 255 8.2 TOT. 116 4077 784-1510 .519 81-230 .352 489-620 .789 1028 8.9

6-7 240 • Wilby/CT • 3 • F 37 37 33 16 63-2 332 13.8 66 78 55 25 70-1 589 18.4 67 76 46 4 61-0 547 18.9 100 76 47 5 50-0 670 21.6 270 267 181 50 244-3 2138 18.4

155


All-Time Player Register YEAR

GP MIN FG-FGM PCT. 3PT-ATT PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG. AST TO ST BS PF-DQ PTS. AVG.

GRADY, Pat 6-4 186 • St. Joseph’s/MA • 26 • C 1955 18 19-41 .463 21-29 .724 58 3.2 26-2 59 3.2 1956 17 18-46 .391 18-31 .581 65 3.8 25-0 54 3.0 TOT. 35 37-87 .425 39-60 .650 123 3.5 51-2 113 3.2 GRANDE, Alexander 6-0 172 • De La Salle/RI • 22 • G 1957 2 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 0 0.0 GRANT, Maurice 6-3 195 • Bergen Catholic/NJ • 35 • G 2012 1 1 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 0 0.0 0 1 0 0 0-0 1 1.0 GRASSO, 1945 4 0- 0-

0

C-G 0.0

GRIMM, Bruce 6-0 175 • Plymouth/Furman/IN • 20 • G 1976 7 128 16-35 .457 13-17 .765 12 1.7 17 16 2 0 10-0 45 6.4 Transferred to Furman GRUBERT, William 1932 4 3- 0- 6 GUIMARES, Dennis (Denny) 1959 24 22-66 .333 1960 29 30-71 .423 1961 25 28-73 .384 TOT. 78 80-210 .381

6-0 172 • Hillhouse/CT • 24 (H) 25 (A) • G 11-20 .550 27 1.1 26-0 55 2.2 16-33 .485 33 1.1 27-0 76 2.6 15-30 .500 57 2.3 34-0 71 2.8 42-83 .506 117 1.5 87-0 202 2.6

GUSTAS, William 5-10 165 • Amsterdam/NY • 10 • F-G 1939 3 0- 0- 0 1940 1 0- 0- 0 1941 8 3- 5- 11 TOT. 12 3- 5- 11 HADNOT, James 1960 29 170-334 .509 1961 29 214-430 .498 1962 26 198-357 .555 TOT. 84 582-1121 .519

F 1.5

0.0 0.0 1.4 0.9

6-10 230 • McClymonds/CA • 54 (H) 55 (A) • C 89-154 .578 473 16.3 74-3 429 14.8 133-220 .605 475 16.4 76-4 561 19.3 81-122 .664 351 13.5 65-1 477 18.3 303-496 .611 1299 15.5 215-8 1467 17.5

HAGAN, Michael 6-4 185 • Queens/NY • 23 • F 1970 4 1-1 1.000 3-5 .600 1 0.3 1-0 5 1.2 1971 8 5-11 .455 3-4 .750 1 0.1 0-0 13 1.6 TOT. 12 6-12 .500 6-9 .667 2 0.2 1-0 18 1.5 HAGSTROM, Al (Gus) 1935 22 79- 1936 19 35- 1937 22 68- TOT. 63 182-

5-10 175 • Gloucester/Cushing Academy/MA • 7 • F-G 15- 173 7.9 3- 73 3.8 18- 154 7.0 36- 400 6.3

HAIG, Theodore 5-11 165 • New York/NY • 50 (H) 51 (A) • G 1969 17 6-21 .286 8-14 .571 11 0.6 8-0 20 1.2 HALL, Ray 7-0 285 • J.K. Mullen High/CO • 55 • C 2007 23 235 24-54 .444 0-0 .000 10-19 .526 43 1.9 5 15 8 9 34-0 58 2.5 2008 18 124 11-27 .407 0-0 .000 2-14 .143 28 1.6 2 4 3 0 13-0 24 1.3 2010 11 71 6-9 .667 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 12 1.1 0 7 1 0 9-0 13 1.2 2011 27 151 13-25 .520 0-0 .000 5-11 .455 56 2.1 4 4 0 1 19-0 31 1.1 TOT 79 581 54-115 .470 0-0 .000 18-48 .375 139 1.8 11 30 12 10 75-0 126 1.6 2009-Medical Redshirt HALL, Tom 6-8 220 • Massapequa/NY • 21 • F-C 1991 4 10 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 2 0.5 1 1 0 0 1-0 1 0.3 1992 4 5 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 2 0.5 0 0 0 0 1-0 6 1.5 1994 7 26 4-8 .500 0-0 .000 3-5 .600 10 1.4 2 1 1 0 0-0 11 1.6 TOT. 15 41 6-12 .500 0-0 .000 6-11 .545 14 0.9 3 2 1 0 2-0 18 1.2 1993-Medical Redshirt HANKE, Randall 6-11 240 • Trinity-Pawling/NY • 32 • C 2005 30 437 83-115 .722 0-0 .000 30-45 .667 109 3.6 8 20 7 62 69-1 196 6.5 2006 27 583 149-220 .677 0-0 .000 54-86 .628 134 5.0 8 47 16 45 64-1 352 13.0 2008 29 519 107-169 .633 0-0 .000 38-49 .776 103 3.6 4 31 11 23 54-0 252 8.7 2009 33 518 111-170 .653 0-0 .000 42-58 .724 126 3.8 6 30 4 25 65-0 264 8.0 TOT 119 2057 450-674 .668 0-0 .000 164-238 .689 472 4.0 26 128 38 155 252-2 1064 8.9 2007-Medical Redshirt HAPONIK, Ed 5-11 178 • Taunton/MA • F 1942 2 1- 0- 2 1.0 HARRIS, Tyler 6-9 223 • Dix Hills, NY/No. Carolina State • 25 • F 2014 35 1126 136-314 .433 29-90 .322 104-124 .839 179 5.1 49 75 34 23 104-5 405 11.6 2015 34 908 118-280 .421 22-77 .286 80-109 .734 137 4.0 34 38 30 7 81-1 338 9.9 TOT. 69 2034 254-594 .428 51-167 .305 184-233 .790 316 4.6 83 113 64 30 185-6 743 10.8 Transferred to Auburn HARVEY, Mike C-F 1937 5 3- 0- 6 1.2 HASNEY, Fred G-F 1922 2 5- 0- 10 5.0 HASSETT, Joe (Sonar) 6-5 180 • LaSalle/RI • 10 • G 1974 32 555 108-223 .488 14-16 .875 50 1.6 50 26 26 48-1 230 7.2 1975 31 1040 244-486 .502 22-30 .733 64 2.1 90 56 47 7 61-1 510 16.5 1976 32 1131 248-514 .482 48-57 .842 93 2.9 90 41 42 0 69-2 544 17.0 1977 29 1083 240-480 .500 64-68 .941 92 3.2 111 55 61 5 63-1 544 18.8 TOT. 124 3809 840-1703 .493 148-171 .865 299 2.4 341 178 176 241-5 1828 14.7 HAYES, Al (Skippy) 1967 28 135-255 .529 1968 25 157-398 .394 TOT. 53 292-653 .447

156

5-11 150 • Laurenburg Prep/NY • 10(H) 11(A) • G 36-51 .685 138 4.9 75-3 306 11.5 75-130 .577 166 6.6 72-3 389 15.6 111-181 .613 304 5.7 147-6 695 13.1

YEAR

GP MIN FG-FGM PCT. 3PT-ATT PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG. AST TO ST BS PF-DQ PTS. AVG.

HAYLETTS, Kareem 1999 1 1 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2000 1 1 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2001 12 31 6-11 .545 0-0 .000 1-4 .250 2002 21 64 3-4 .750 0-0 .000 7-13 .538 2003 31 269 9-27 .333 1-3 .333 4-7 .571 TOT. 66 366 18-43 .419 1-3 .333 12-24 .500 1999-Medical Redshirt

6-0 175 • Bergenfield/NJ • 15, 2 • G 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 1 1 0 0-0 0 0.0 4 0.3 2 1 0 0 4-0 13 1.1 8 0.4 4 4 7 1 8-0 13 0.6 17 0.5 20 13 12 0 27-0 23 0.7 29 0.4 26 19 20 1 39-0 49 0.7

HEINE, Connor 6-4 185 • Fairfield Prep/CT • 31 • F 2009 7 10 1-4 .250 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1 0.1 1 1 0 0 0-0 2 0.3 HEISSENBUTTEL, Mark 6-6 200 • St. Dominic’s/NC • 34, 30 • F 1977 5 5 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0 0.0 0 1 0 1 0-0 2 0.4 1979 3 10 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0 0.0 2 0 0 0-0 0 0.0 TOT. 8 15 1-5 .200 0-0 .000 0 0.0 2 1 1 0-0 2 0.3 HENDERSON, Donal 6-1 180 • Marshfield/MA • 22(H), 23 (A) • G 1966 7 4-5 .800 1-1 1.000 11 1.6 6-0 9 1.3 1967 18 21-55 .315 4-9 .445 40 2.5 31-1 46 2.6 1968 24 55-158 .348 28-38 .737 74 3.1 39-1 138 5.8 TOT. 49 80-218 .367 33-48 .688 125 2.6 76-2 193 3.9 HENDERSON, Donald 6-11 240 • Bridgton Academy/MA • 24 • C 1975 15 44 6-16 .375 5-7 .714 19 1.2 2 4 0 3 9-0 17 1.2 1976 4 19 2-3 .667 1-3 .333 5 1.3 1 3 1 1 4-0 5 1.2 TOT. 19 63 8-19 .421 6-10 .600 24 1.3 3 7 1 4 13-0 22 1.2 HENTON, LaDontae (Buckets) 6-6 215 • Eastern, MI • 23 • F 2012 32 1191 168-370 .454 44-112 .393 77-109 .706 274 8.6 36 55 32 33 76-2 457 14.3 2013 34 1162 158-392 .403 31-120 .258 96-118 .814 282 8.3 34 68 34 21 92-2 443 13.0 2014 35 1299 168-377 .446 48-134 .358 106-142 .746 276 7.9 59 55 46 20 83-2 490 14.0 2015 34 1257 230-516 .446 64-189 .339 145-191 .759 222 6.5 29 68 46 16 76-1 669 19.7 TOT. 135 4909 724-1655 .437 187-555 .337 424-560 .757 1054 7.8 158 246 158 90 327-7 2059 15.3 HEROUX, G 1922 1 2- 0- 4 4.0 HICKEY, John 1960 10 1-17 .059

6-4 184 • St. Agnes Academy/NY • 20(H) 21(A) • F-G 2-4 .500 11 1.1 7-0 4 0.4

HIGGINS, William 6-0 160 • Westerly/RI • 10 • G 1949 12 5- 7- 17 1.4 HILL, Carl 1981 28 358 32-75 .426 20-29 .689 1982 20 228 23-58 .396 13-18 .722 1983 29 418 47-117 .401 18-22 .818 1984 24 196 49-114 .433 9-12 .750 TOT. 101 1200 151-364 .415 60-81 .741

6-1 175 • Princeton City Day/NJ • 14 • G 19 0.7 28 35 10 0 51-2 84 3.0 15 0.7 31 30 8 0 33-0 59 2.9 28 0.9 49 47 13 3 32-1 112 3.9 24 1.0 27 27 7 3 36-2 107 4.5 86 0.9 135 139 38 6 152-5 362 3.6

HILL, Herbert 6-10 240 • Kinston High/NC • 15 • C-F 2004 11 28 3-6 .500 0-0 .000 5-8 .625 8 0.7 1 1 1 1 1-0 11 1.0 2005 30 442 68-118 .576 0-0 .000 9-24 .375 102 3.4 34 32 23 45 66-1 145 4.8 2006 27 498 99-169 .586 0-0 .000 44-79 .557 130 4.8 13 33 23 52 59-1 242 9.0 2007 31 990 240-375 .640 0-1 .000 80-133 .602 274 8.8 45 89 30 91 90-3 560 18.1 TOT. 99 1958 410-668 .614 0-1 .000 138-244 .566 514 5.2 93 155 77 189 216-5 958 9.7 2003-Redshirt HOLMES, Gordie 6-0 155 • Pawtucket West/RI • 11 • G-F 1956 19 25-77 .325 20-33 .606 40 1.8 19-1 70 3.1 1957 7 14-34 .411 31-41 .756 18-1 59 8.4 TOT. 26 39-111 .351 51-74 .689 37-2 129 5.0 HOLZHEIMER, Richard 1959 17 15-47 .319 1960 18 38-75 .507 1961 17 21-45 .467 TOT. 52 64-167 .383

6-3 184 • St. Joseph’s/OH • 40(H) 41(A) • F 8-16 .500 45 2.6 15-0 38 2.2 10-22 .455 81 4.5 13-2 86 4.8 5-12 .417 47 2.8 11-0 47 2.8 23-50 .460 173 3.3 39-2 171 3.3

HORAN, Ted 5-8 145 • St. Raphael/RI • F 1945 12 54- 22- 130 10.8 HUNGER, Rich 1978 25 203 21-36 .583 1979 26 513 42-80 .525 1980 26 771 63-133 .473 1981 28 846 111-205 .541 TOT. 105 2333 237-454 .522

6-9 235 • Father McDonald/Canada • 24 • C 21-28 .750 55 2.2 8 12 3 22 22-1 61 2.4 34-45 .756 108 4.2 10 33 48 60-2 116 4.5 60-86 .697 150 5.8 13 49 19 50 72-4 186 7.1 115-152 .756 189 6.7 17 48 18 46 83-3 337 12.0 230-311 .740 502 4.8 48 142 166 237-10 700 6.7

HYTE, William Roxbury/MA • G 1932 23 16- 7- 39 1.7 JACKSON, Ron 1982 27 1027 185-400 .462 1983 29 1100 220-479 .459 TOT. 56 2127 405-879 .461

6-5 200 • West Roxbury/Roxbury CC/MA • 5 • G 69-93 .741 120 4.4 51 56 18 11 61-3 439 16.2 85-110 .772 117 4.0 56 57 31 8 83-2 532 18.3 154-203 .759 237 4.2 107 113 49 19 144-5 971 17.3

JARRELL-WRIGHT, Mark 6-5 180 • St. Benedict’s/NJ • 55 • F-G 2000 16 157 13-49 .265 2-8 .250 13-18 .722 19 1.2 19 30 14 1 28-1 41 2.6 Transferred to Fordham JEFFERSON, Marcus 6-5 185 • Notre Dame Prep/IN • 32 • F 2000 17 212 24-69 .348 2-15 .133 10-12 .833 45 2.6 12 25 14 6 26-0 60 3.5 Transferred to Iowa State JENKINS, Lionel 1956 22 61-133 .459 1957 19 22-71 .310 1958 16 7-24 .292 TOT. 57 90-228 .395

6-3 180 • Mt. St. Charles/Wash. DC • 24 • F-G 49-68 .721 189 8.5 80-7 171 7.7 27-45 .600 34-1 71 3.7 15-21 .714 42 2.6 18-2 29 1.8 91-134 .679 132-10 271 4.8


All-Time Player Register YEAR

GP MIN FG-FGM PCT. 3PT-ATT PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG. AST TO ST BS PF-DQ PTS. AVG.

JOHNSON, Ray 1969 24 83-162 .512 1970 25 106-231 .460 1971 28 76-135 .563 TOT. 77 265-528 .502 JOHNSON, Sidiki 2013 11 165 17-48 .354 0-0 .000

6-7 240 • So. Kingstown/RI • 52(H), 53(A) • C 72-144 .500 251 10.4 96-10 238 9.9 79-141 .560 262 10.5 104-10 291 11.6 61-113 .540 150 5.4 92-4 213 7.6 212-398 .533 663 8.6 292-24 742 9.6 6-10 240 • Wadleigh High/Univ. of Arizona/NY • 5 • C 9-29 .310 56 5.1 2 12 6 9 20-0 43 3.9

JUDKINS, William 6-5 220 • Waltham/MA • 34(H) 35(A) • F 1967 3 2- 0- 4 1.3 JUGES, Joe 1940 11 2- 1941 11 7- 1942 15 5- TOT. 37 14-

6-1 175 • St. John’s High/MA • 13 • G-F-C 6- 10 0.9 4-11 .364 4- 18 1.6 5- 15 1.0 15- 43 1.2

KABBA, Sheiku (Sickle) 6-3 200 • Bronx Regional/NY • 13 • G 2001 31 474 47-100 .470 20-43 .465 28-44 .636 48 1.5 52 38 25 1 59-1 142 4.6 2002 31 520 55-143 .385 25-79 .316 38-53 .717 55 1.8 40 40 26 1 53-0 173 5.6 2003 31 824 100-257 .389 48-147 .327 61-74 .824 83 2.7 75 59 56 2 76-4 309 10.0 2004 29 877 102-241 .423 55-154 .357 43-52 .827 94 3.2 68 55 39 1 61-1 302 10.4 TOT. 122 2695 304-741 .410 148-423 .350 170-223 .762 280 2.3 235 192 146 5 249-6 926 7.6 KALE, Jonathan (Jon) 6-8 245 • St. Andrew’s School/MA • 34 • F-C 2006 25 272 20-45 .444 0-1 .000 26-41 .634 67 2.7 6 22 4 3 35-0 66 2.6 2007 31 594 78-148 .527 0-0 .000 61-74 .824 130 4.2 8 31 7 9 64-0 217 7.0 2008 24 331 44-88 .500 0-0 .000 30-54 .556 69 2.9 6 25 12 12 45-0 118 4.9 2009 33 844 128-223 .574 0-3 .000 77-136 .566 197 6.0 23 55 18 17 86-2 333 10.1 TOT 113 2041 270-504 .536 0-4 .000 194-305 .636 463 4.1 43 133 41 41 230-2 734 6.5 KARAM, Tom (Skippy) 5-7 160 • Durfee/MA • 13 • G 1956 5 5-10 .500 4-6 .600 3 0.6 4-0 14 2.8 KEATING, John (Jack) 6-2 162 • New York/NY • 25 • C 1953 7 4-10 .400 5-8 .625 6 0.9 3-0 12 1.5 KEHOE, Pat 6-6 240 • Parkdale/MD • 24, 34 • F 1976 4 14 3-8 .375 1-1 1.000 7 1.7 0 4 0 1 4-0 7 1.8 1977 20 163 25-50 .500 11-19 .579 36 1.8 5 6 1 4 27-1 61 3.1 1978 12 86 11-21 .524 5-13 .385 24 2.0 1 5 2 0 14-0 27 2.3 TOT. 36 263 39-79 .494 17-33 .515 67 1.9 6 15 3 5 45-1 95 2.6 KELLOGG, Alex 6-7 225 • DeSales High/OH • 0 • F 2008 24 208 12-29 .414 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 28 1.2 7 6 5 0 27-0 25 1.0 2009 19 71 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 12 0.6 1 3 3 1 8-0 0 0.0 TOT 43 279 12-30 .400 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 40 0.9 8 9 8 1 35-0 25 0.6 Transferred to Ohio University KELLY, Charles 6-2 178 • Wallingford/CT • 17 • F-G 1936 6 1- 0- 2 0.3 KERNS, Joe C-G 1921 3 5- 0- 10 3.3 1922 2 1- 0- 2 1.0 TOT. 5 6- 0- 12 2.4 KERR, Kenneth 6-2 190 • Newport/RI • 20 • F 1952 22 23- 35- 67 3.0 6 29-0 81 3.7 1953 17 47-132 .356 25-57 .439 120 7.1 44-2 129 7.8 1954 26 72- 111- 255 9.8 1955 21 67-192 .349 85-126 .675 243 11.6 61-4 219 10.4 TOT. 86 209- 256- 684 8.0

YEAR

GP MIN FG-FGM PCT. 3PT-ATT PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG. AST TO ST BS PF-DQ PTS. AVG.

KNIGHT, Ray 1983 30 352 30-67 .447 1984 26 538 60-107 .550 1985 31 1017 108-207 .522 TOT. 87 1907 201-381 .520

6-9 215 • St. Anthony’s/Georgetown/Wash. DC • 32 • F-C 22-41 .536 89 2.9 13 16 6 17 58-2 82 2.7 39-69 .665 121 4.7 13 42 16 33 57-3 159 6.1 47-80 .588 186 6.0 41 63 23 56 97-7 263 8.5 108-190 .568 396 4.6 67 121 45 106 212-12 504 5.8

KOFANE, Brice 6-8 210 • Miller School/Cameroon • 13 • F-C 2012 29 436 25-43 .581 0-0 .000 28-48 .583 118 4.1 6 24 8 42 84-4 78 2.7 2013 28 323 10-20 .500 0-0 .000 6-20 .300 68 2.4 7 17 9 21 46-1 26 0.9 2014 21 93 7-12 .583 0-0 .000 7-14 .500 16 0.8 1 5 0 8 14-0 21 1.0 TOT. 78 852 42-75 .560 0-0 .000 41-82 .500 202 2.6 14 46 17 71 144-5 125 1.6 2011-Redshirt, Transferred to Monmouth KORBUSIESKI, Ray 6-0 160 • Waterbury/CT • 16 • G 1950 23 44- 35- 123 5.3 1951 24 74- 55- 203 8.5 1952 23 76- 52- 74 3.2 14 70-6 204 8.9 TOT. 70 194- 142- 530 7.6 KOSKI, Tony 1967 28 1030 97-189 .515 1968 25 109-232 .469 TOT. 53 206-421 .489 KOSLOWSKI, Ed 1931 19 1932 23 1933 16 1934 17 TOT. 75

6-8 215 • Worcester/Leicester JC/MA • 52(H) 53(A) • C 89-131 .679 313 11.2 99-6 283 10.1 79-115 .686 281 11.2 90-6 297 11.9 168-246 .683 594 11.2 189-12 580 10.9

6-2 195 • Warren Harding/Samuel Johnson Academy/CT • 25 • C 75- 23- 173 9.1 71- 36- 178 7.7 58- 28- 144 9.0 43- 13- 99 5.8 247- 100- 594 7.9

KOTTI, Tuukka 6-9 220 • Salon Vilpas Salo/Finland • 11, 25 • F 2002 24 218 18-52 .346 2-8 .250 6-11 .545 30 1.3 12 18 16 5 34-0 44 1.8 2003 32 750 89-199 .447 18-54 .333 51-72 .708 114 3.6 50 55 23 18 83-1 247 7.7 2004 29 633 64-138 .464 10-20 .500 38-66 .576 103 3.6 35 44 31 23 79-4 176 6.1 2005 31 1021 107-258 .415 10-33 .303 84-122 .689 180 5.8 94 70 40 28 76-3 308 9.9 TOT. 116 2622 278-647 .430 40-115 .348 179-271 .661 427 3.7 191 187 110 74 272-8 775 6.7 KOVALSKI, Bob 1963 28 924 108-222 .486 1964 26 1001 103-262 .393 1966 21 46-101 .453 TOT. 75 257-585 .439 1965-Academically ineligible

6-8 230 • Smith Academy/MA • 52(H) 53(A) • F-C 49-67 .731 260 9.3 53-0 265 9.5 59-73 .808 289 11.1 67-3 265 10.2 18-26 .692 98 4.7 25-0 110 5.2 126-166 .759 647 8.6 145-3 640 8.5

KRIEGER, John Paterson/NJ • 7 • F 1928 16 52- 55- 159 9.9 1929 20 74- 64- 212 10.6 1930 18 72- 48- 192 10.7 1931 19 66- 47- 179 9.4 TOT. 73 264- 214- 742 10.2 KUSINITZ, Sam 6-0 180 • Rogers/RI • 4 • G-F 1939 6 1- 3- 5 0.8 1940 10 4- 2- 10 1.0 1941 17 43- 23-37 .622 25- 109 6.4 TOT. 33 48- 28- 124 3.8 KUTNIEWSKI, Bill 5-10 193 • Commercial High/RI • 31 • G 1933 16 31- 19- 81 1934 17 34- 29- 97 1935 22 67- 43- 177 TOT. 55 132- 91- 355

5.1 5.7 8.0 6.5

KERZNER, Stuart (Stu) 6-1 180 • Erasmus/NY • 20(H) 21(A) • G 1967 22 51-127 .402 15-20 .750 49 2.4 30-1 117 5.4 1968 25 170-392 .433 45-70 .643 91 3.6 65-2 385 15.4 TOT. 47 221-519 .426 60-90 .667 140 3.0 95-3 502 10.7

KWASNIEWSKI, Joe 6-1 200 • New Milford/CT • 14, 22 • G -C-F 1938 16 34- 33- 101 6.3 1939 9 29- 20- 78 8.7 1940 10 38- 21- 97 9.7 TOT. 35 101- 74- 276 7.9

KETVIRTIS, Larry 1972 27 441 59-106 .557

L’ANGELO, Dom 1921 3 0- 0-

6-10 245 • Milton/George Washington/MA • 32 • C 42-61 .689 97 3.6 6 6 18 56-2 160 5.9

G 0

0.0

5-11 176 • St. Raphael/RI • 16(H) 12(A) • G-C-F 21- 117 6.2 20- 148 8.2 41- 265 7.2

LABOSSIERE, Leo 5-6 139 • Sacred Heart/RI • F-C 1945 12 67- 13- 147 12.3 1946 17 54- 12- 120 7.1 TOT. 29 121- 25- 267 9.2

KING, Francis (Brud) LaSalle/RI • F -C-G 1946 9 11- 8- 30 3.3

LACY, Johnnie 6-0 170 • Notre Dame Prep/WI • 3 • G 2010 22 179 14-51 .275 2-22 .091 11-14 .786 14 0.6 14 9 7 0 18-1 41 1.9

KING, Joseph 6-5 190 • Hillhouse/CT • 20 • C 1952 16 4-15 .266 1-3 .333 5 0.3 0 1-0 9 0.6

LAKSA, Maris 6-9 230 • Ventspils, Latvia • 22 • F 2001 31 617 84-205 .410 44-96 .458 67-76 .882 99 3.2 37 30 12 18 56-0 279 9.0 2002 18 501 51-160 .319 24-87 .276 47-61 .770 91 5.1 24 38 11 5 51-0 173 9.6 2003 28 517 82-205 .400 37-95 .389 37-44 .841 66 2.4 33 30 15 10 53-2 238 8.5 2004 12 63 7-19 .368 6-15 .400 2-2 1.000 4 0.3 7 5 2 1 6-0 22 1.8 TOT. 89 1698 224-589 .380 111-293 .379 153-183 .836 260 2.9 101 103 40 34 166-2 712 8.0

KILLIAN, Robert (Cy) 1947 19 48- 1948 18 64- TOT. 37 112-

KING, Nehru 1971 28 145-278 .522 1972 26 439 55-114 .482 1973 29 108-192 .561 TOT. 83 308-584 .527

6-4 185 • St. Anthony’s/St. Thomas More/NJ • 30 • F 63-80 .788 171 6.1 54-0 353 12.6 27-33 .818 89 3.4 24 20 5 27-0 137 5.3 36-44 .818 112 3.7 33 32 48-2 252 8.7 126-157 .803 372 4.9 129-2 742 8.9

KINSKI, Noel 1963 10 1-2 .500 2-3 .667 1964 21 11-21 .524 28-51 .549 1965 16 4-16 .250 7-11 .636 TOT. 47 16-39 .410 37-65 .569

5-10 165 • St. Mary’s/CT • 22(H) 23(A) • G 6 0.6 1-0 4 0.4 29 1.4 29-0 50 2.4 10 0.6 9-0 15 0.9 45 1.0 39-0 69 1.5

KIPFER, Dave 6-7 212 • Cameron Heights/Canada • 15 • F 1984 17 75 12-17 .705 4-7 .571 18 1.0 3 4 4 3 15-0 28 1.6 1985 24 263 25-53 .472 15-24 .625 48 2.0 9 15 5 7 32-0 65 2.7 1986 31 754 116-224 .518 72-108 .667 124 4.0 21 52 28 19 110-9 304 9.8 1987 34 836 145-289 .502 0-0 .000 108-147 .735 180 5.3 33 67 30 12 125-8 398 11.7 TOT. 106 1928 298-583 .511 0-0 .000 199-286 .696 370 3.5 66 138 67 41 282-17 795 7.5 KIRBY, Richard (Dick) 1943 5 2- 2- 6

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LARRAGAN, Borja (Bo) 6-2 180 • Salesianos/Spain • 5 • G 1995 29 547 34-87 .391 24-64 .375 16-23 .696 32 1.1 69 37 26 1 59-1 108 3.7 1996 20 217 19-43 .442 13-29 .448 10-12 .833 19 1.0 15 13 9 0 20-0 61 3.0 TOT. 49 764 53-150 .408 37-93 .398 26-35 .743 51 1.0 84 50 35 1 79-1 169 3.4 Transferred to Marist LARRANAGA, James 6-4 190 • Archbishop Malloy/NY • 2 5 • G-F 1969 24 179-415 .431 109-133 .820 144 6.0 60 67-2 467 19.4 1970 25 155-350 .442 98-128 .766 183 7.3 80 71-3 408 16.3 1971 28 149-302 .493 85-104 .817 133 4.8 98 83-3 383 13.7 TOT. 77 483-1067 .453 292-365 .800 460 6.0 238 221-8 1258 16.3 LASHER, William 1964 9 6-14 .429 1965 20 24-52 .462 1966 24 44-103 .427 TOT. 53 74-169 .438

6-6 200 • Plainville/CT • 34(H) 35(A) • C-F 1-3 .333 8 0.9 1-0 13 1.4 12-15 .800 44 2.2 18-0 60 3.0 18-24 .621 97 4.1 41-0 106 4.4 31-42 .738 149 2.8 60-0 179 3.4

LEBEL, Joe 6-2 • Barnstable/MA • G-C 1946 15 6- 9- 21 1.4

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MANDEVILLE, Jean 5-4 • Woonsocket/RI • G-F-C 1945 7 1- 1- 3 0.4 1946 2 0- 0- 0 0.0 TOT. 9 1- 1- 3 0.3

LEE, James (Shorty) 5-10 165 • Attleboro/MA • G 1943 9 28- 9- 65 7.2 1946 2 0- 0- 0 0.0 TOT. 11 28- 9- 65 5.9

MARONE, Horace (Hod) 1940 10 4- 1941 17 68- 1942 20 91- TOT. 47 163-

LEE, John 5-11 168 • Attleboro/MA • 5 • F-C-G 1939 1 0- 0- 0 0.0 1940 13 23- 14- 60 4.6 1941 17 78- 19-33 .576 18 175 10.3 TOT. 31 101- 33- 235 7.6 LEMBO, Jerry 5-8 160 • Hillhouse/CT • 10 • G 1950 15 10- 10- 30 2.0 1951 20 20- 6- 46 2.3 1952 21 25- 18- 24 1.1 8 31-0 68 3.2 TOT. 56 55- 34- 144 2.5 LEO, James 5-11 213 • Fitchburg/MA • 2 4 • C-F 1938 12 4- 3- 11 0.9 1939 10 10- 7- 27 2.7 1940 12 26- 14- 66 5.5 TOT. 34 40- 24- 104 3.1 LEONARD, Richard (Dick) 1961 20 17-44 .386 1962 10 6-12 .500 TOT. 30 23-56 .411

6-4 185 • East Hartford/CT • 42(H) 43(A) • F 3-12 .250 67 3.3 25-0 37 1.9 1-2 .500 14 1.4 7-0 13 1.3 4-14 .286 81 2.7 32-0 50 1.7

6-1 200 • Hillhouse/CT • 14 • C-F-G 1- 9 35-57 .614 34- 171 39- 221 75- 401

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MARTIN, Paul (Ed) 6-4 190 • DeLaSalle/RI • 26 • F-C-G 1957 11 5-14 .357 1-2 .500 3-0 11 1.0 1958 4 1-5 .200 1-1 1.000 6 1.5 0-0 3 0.7 TOT. 15 6-19 .316 2-3 .667 3-0 14 0.9 MARTIN, William (Bill) 6-3 180 • Cathedral/MA • F-C 1943 20 86- 28- 200 10.0 MAXEY, Erron 6-6 220 • Lake Elsinore/CA • 24 • F-C 1998 29 553 90-162 .556 0-3 .000 32-55 .582 124 4.3 19 38 17 12 75-1 212 7.3 1999 30 735 118-236 .500 0-1 .000 61-101 .604 176 5.9 27 35 31 19 103-4 297 9.9 2000 30 992 188-394 .477 7-27 .259 61-107 .570 241 8.0 34 70 42 31 101-3 444 14.8 2001 31 775 134-282 .475 2-7 .286 83-121 .686 197 6.4 23 66 35 9 82-0 353 11.4 TOT. 120 3055 530-1074 .493 9-38 .237 237-384 .617 738 6.2 103 209 125 71 361-8 1306 10.9 McANDREW, Mark 1973 15 38 8-18 .444 1974 30 780 85-194 .438 1975 31 845 115-255 .451 1976 29 723 84-189 .444 TOT. 105 2386 292-656 .445

6-5 186 • Westerly/St. Thomas More/RI • 14 • F-G 3-5 .600 17 1.1 1 2 0 5-0 19 1.3 25-29 .862 185 6.2 63 45 83-2 195 6.5 82-95 .863 191 6.2 98 78 40 14 84-1 312 10.1 18-22 .818 126 4.3 58 33 35 6 68-0 186 6.4 128-151 .848 519 4.9 220 158 240-3 712 6.6

LEVEY, Jack F-C 1939 7 9- 3- 21 3.0

McAULIFFE, Ryan 6-5 200 • Northfield Mt. Hermon/VT • 50 • F 1999 3 4 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0 0.0 0 2 0 1 0-0 0 0.0

LEWIS, Don (Duck) 6-0 185 • Cromwell/CT • 20 • G 1970 25 119-247 .483 67-94 .713 123 4.9 55-0 305 12.2 1971 25 113-243 .465 46-62 .742 147 5.9 54-1 272 10.9 1972 24 907 115-254 .453 43-67 .642 116 4.8 71 34 8 46-0 273 11.4 TOT. 74 347-744 .466 156-223 .700 386 5.2 155-1 850 11.5

McCONNON, Edward (Ted) 6-0 170 • St. Raphael/RI • 9 • F-C 1942 20 142- 25- 309 15.5 1943 12 83- 14- 180 15.0 TOT. 32 225- 39- 489 15.3

LEWIS, Ernie (Pop) 6-5 185 • Germantown/PA • 23 • G-F 1984 17 158 18-43 .418 9-13 .692 18 1.1 18 17 2 3 15-0 45 2.6 1985 20 190 35-82 .427 15-19 .789 34 1.7 13 22 7 7 18-0 85 4.3 1986 31 709 100-225 .444 32-38 .842 100 3.2 81 38 39 8 232 7.5 1987 34 999 137-335 .409 95-220 .432 32-40 .800 143 4.2 90 46 52 11 123-10 401 11.8 TOT. 102 2056 290-685 .423 95-220 .432 88-110 .800 295 2.9 202 123 100 30 763 7.5 LINDSEY, Keith-Sean 6-4 185 • Gonzaga/Wash. DC • 24 • G 1988 17 93 2-10 .200 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 9 0.5 6 10 3 0 23-1 6 0.4 LINEHAN, JOHN 5-9 165 • Chester/Winchendon/PA • 12 • G 1998 29 715 45-133 .338 22-62 .355 49-54 .907 60 2.1 78 40 50 0 69-2 161 5.6 1999 30 663 38-119 .319 10-43 .233 47-59 .797 68 2.3 113 55 98 3 81-3 133 4.4 2000 6 152 11-32 .344 6-19 .316 3-3 1.000 18 3.0 21 8 17 0 17-0 31 5.2 2001 26 682 79-190 .416 43-103 .417 77-90 .856 63 2.4 101 52 81 3 62-0 278 10.7 2002 31 1045 118-302 .391 54-160 .338 97-116 .836 117 3.8 137 72 139 0 81- 387 12.5 TOT. 122 3257 291-776 .375 135-387 .349 273-322 .848 326 2.7 450 227 385 6 310- 990 8.1 2000- Medical Redshirt LITTLEFIELD, William 6-1 175 • LaSalle/RI • 16(H) 12(A) • F-G-C 1947 18 41- 20- 102 5.7 1948 20 34- 29- 97 4.9 TOT. 38 75- 49- 199 5.2 LOMAX, Keith (Magic) 6-6 200 • St. Anthony’s/Wash. DC • 11 • F 1982 18 316 37-86 .430 28-47 .595 47 2.6 8 19 9 11 43-3 102 5.7 1983 30 589 50-122 .409 30-47 .638 95 3.2 25 35 22 6 70-4 130 4.3 1984 28 543 65-155 .419 37-53 .698 56 2.0 20 25 15 3 67-2 167 5.9 1985 26 573 80-156 .513 52-78 .667 88 3.4 10 33 32 7 82-7 212 8.2 TOT. 102 2021 232-519 .447 147-225 .653 286 2.8 63 112 78 27 262-16 611 6.0 LOWNEY, John 1952 15 5-19 .263

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6-3 190 • New Bedford/MA • 21 • G-F 30 2.0 0 17-1 13 0.9

LOZOSKI, Walter 5-9 160 • West Hazleton/PA • 18 • G-F 1947 19 45- 45- 135 1948 20 65- 54- 184 1949 24 46- 35- 127 1950 21 46- 30- 122 TOT. 84 202- 164- 568

7.1 9.2 5.3 5.8 6.8

LUCAS, Sam 6-5 205 • Yellow Springs/OH • 23 • F 1979 22 250 18-43 .419 9-13 .692 34 1.5 4 9 2 28-0 45 2.1 1980 20 91 7-13 .538 4-10 .400 15 0.7 0 3 5 1 11-0 18 0.9 TOT. 42 341 25-56 .446 13-23 .565 49 1.2 4 12 3 39-0 63 1.5 LYNCH, Philip 6-1 168 • New York/NY • 23 • G 1952 23 26- 17- 41 1.8 17 45-3 69 3.0 1953 22 28-74 .378 22-59 .373 41 1.9 63-3 78 3.5 1954 26 33- 48- 114 4.4 TOT. 71 87- 87- 261 3.7 MADDEN, John Pittsfield/MA • G-F-C 1933 7 2- 1- 5 0.7 1934 8 3- 0- 6 0.8 1935 5 2- 1- 5 1.0 TOT. 20 7- 2- 16 0.8 MALECKI, Walter 6-4 190 • Brooklyn/NY • 21 • C-F 1954 15 8- 4- 20 1.3 1955 11 2-8 .250 3-4 .750 11 1.0 7-0 7 0.6 TOT. 26 10- 7- 27 1.0

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LEE, Eddie 5-10 161 • Attleboro/MA • 17 • F-C-G 1941 10 8- 6-13 .462 6- 22 2.2 1942 14 18- 8- 44 3.1 TOT. 24 26- 14- 66 2.8

McCORMAC, John Webster/MA • F-G 1929 3 0- 0- 0 0.0 1930 1 0- 0- 0 0.0 1931 9 2- 1- 5 0.6 1932 20 21- 8- 50 2.5 TOT. 33 23- 9- 55 1.7 McCORMACK, Paul 5-9 143 • Taunton/MA • F-G 1946 9 9- 4- 22 2.4 1947 19 36- 19- 91 4.8 TOT. 28 45- 23- 113 4.0 McCRAY, Elliott 23 • G 2005 2 1 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0 McCUE, William (Bill) Paterson/NJ • 4 • F-C 1928 15 23- 25- 73 4.9 1929 20 41- 21- 103 5.2 1930 19 64- 21- 149 7.8 1931 19 23- 21- 67 3.5 TOT. 73 151- 88- 392 5.4 McDERMOTT, Geoff 6-8 235 • New Rochelle High/NY • 11 • F 2006 27 864 78-192 .406 7-23 .304 77-133 .579 243 9.0 70 71 49 13 74-1 240 8.9 2007 31 1091 109-227 .480 18-50 .360 58-108 .537 283 9.1 159 111 58 20 97-0 294 9.5 2008 31 1087 115-235 .489 9-32 .281 80-128 .625 250 8.1 151 111 47 36 98-3 319 10.3 2009 33 973 97-223 .435 7-34 .206 68-145 .469 279 8.5 98 96 51 39 86-1 269 8.2 TOT 122 4015 399-877 .455 41-139 .295 283-514 .551 1055 8.6 478 389 205 108 355-5 1122 9.2 McDONALD, Ken 6-4 192 • No. Providence/CCRI/RI • 35 • G-F 1991 25 401 54-143 .378 39-108 .361 25-28 .893 40 1.6 46 22 16 6 33-0 172 6.9 1992 25 343 32-115 .278 27-96 .281 19-20 .950 34 1.4 28 18 6 1 38-1 110 4.4 TOT. 50 744 86-258 .333 66-204 .324 44-49 .898 74 1.5 75 40 22 7 71-1 282 5.6 McELROY, Charles 5-11 148 • Providence/RI • 14 • G 1937 3 0- 0- 0 0.0 McGEE, Francis (Frank) Woonsocket/RI • C 1922 3 1- 1- 3 1.0 McGEE, Joseph (Joe) Woonsocket/Seton Hall Prep/RI • G-F 1922 4 5- 23- 33 8.3 McGILL, Arthur 6-3 168 • Pittsfield/MA • F-G 1942 2 0- 0- 0 0.0 McGOVERN, Mark 6-0 • Flint/MI • 11 • G-C-F 1928 5 0- 0- 0 0.0 1929 2 0- 0- 0 0.0 1930 1 0- 0- 0 0.0 TOT. 8 0- 0- 0 0.0 McGRATH, Donnie 6-4 190 • JFK Catholic/NY • 1 • G 2003 32 1071 93-261 .356 58-178 .326 46-56 .821 68 2.1 138 76 33 4 47-0 290 9.1 2004 29 983 96-245 .392 67-182 .368 32-44 .727 53 1.8 100 43 24 1 38-0 291 10.0 2005 30 1065 90-225 .400 72-175 .411 40-43 .930 68 2.3 115 57 41 4 59-1 292 9.7 2006 27 1009 136-340 .400 77-218 .353 60-70 .857 54 2.0 73 52 27 1 53-1 409 15.1 TOT. 118 4128 415-1071 .387 274-753 .364 178-213 .836 243 2.1 426 228 125 10 197-2 1282 10.9 McGUINN, Mike 1969 5 1-6 .167 1-4 .250 1970 9 2-10 .200 0-2 .000 1971 18 7-22 .318 13-23 .565 TOT. 32 10-38 .263 14-29 .483

6-4 195 • East Providence/RI • 24 • F 5 1.0 3 0.6 6 0.7 4 0.4 20 1.1 10-0 27 1.5 31 1.0 34 1.1


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McGURKIN, Francis 5-10 168 • East Hartford/CT • 11 • F 1949 19 21- 12- 54 2.8 1950 16 12- 7- 31 1.9 1951 5 12- 6- 30 6.0 TOT. 40 45- 25- 115 2.9

MOONEY, Edward 5-10 165 • Coyle/MA • 12 • G-F 1949 21 23- 11- 57 2.7 1950 15 5- 5- 15 1.0 1951 8 25- 19- 69 8.6 TOT. 44 53- 35- 141 3.2

McKENZIE, Brian 6-4 205 • Xaverian High/NY • 23 • G 2007 28 426 38-104 .365 24-78 .308 4-12 .333 49 1.8 33 24 11 4 40-0 104 3.7 2008 31 878 128-273 .469 56-138 .406 27-37 .730 114 3.7 62 55 33 3 87-2 339 10.9 2009 33 628 52-163 .319 25-94 .266 24-35 .686 90 2.7 36 39 20 3 60-2 153 4.6 2010 30 676 59-148 .399 37-100 .370 18-34 .529 113 3.8 27 36 18 0 70-0 173 5.8 TOT. 122 2608 277-688 .403 142-410 .346 73-118 .619 366 3.0 158 154 82 10 257-4 769 6.3

MOORE, Kendrick 6-3 190 • Hartford/Missouri/CT • 3 • G 1998 29 876 87-205 .424 20-68 .294 73-90 .811 96 3.3 93 47 26 8 55-0 267 9.2 1999 22 465 49-147 .333 18-65 .277 48-57 .842 50 2.3 50 32 20 1 34-0 164 7.5 TOT. 51 1341 136-352 .386 38-133 .286 121-147 .823 146 2.9 143 79 46 9 89-0 431 8.5

McKENZIE, T. J. 6-10 235 • St. Joseph’s/TX • 5 • C 1998 27 187 20-46 .435 0-0 .000 4-12 .333 38 1.4 3 20 6 10 59-3 44 1.6 Transferred to Rice McKIVER, Rob (Fluff) 6-3 195 • Hillhouse/Winchenden/CT • 4 • G 2005 24 157 14-46 .304 9-33 .273 6-7 .857 10 0.4 8 16 5 1 15-0 43 1.8 Transferred to San Jacinto JC (TX), University of Houston McKNIGHT, Bruce 6-6 200 • Booker/FL • 30 • F 1980 6 32 6-12 .500 2-3 .667 6 1.0 1 5 1 1 2-0 14 2.3 McLAUGHLIN, Peter 6-3 185 • Wilmington/DE • 12(H) 13(A) • G 1965 13 12-17 .706 4-7 .571 7 0.5 2-0 28 2.2 1966 13 13-33 .393 8-11 .727 13 1.0 7-0 34 2.6 1967 17 20-55 .363 3-5 .600 11 0.6 14-0 43 2.4 TOT. 43 45-105 .429 15-23 .652 31 0.7 23-0 105 2.4 McNAIR, Ernest 5-11 190 • Rice/NY • 45 • G 1996 2 3 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1 0.5 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0 McNAIR, Gerald 1968 22 74-166 .446 1969 23 21-43 .488 TOT. 45 95-209 .455

6-5 205 • Roxbury/MA • 40(H) 41(A) •  F-C 13-32 .406 153 6.9 50-1 161 7.3 14-25 .560 82 3.5 30-1 56 2.4 27-57 .474 235 5.2 80-2 217 5.0

McNALLY, Willard Providence/RI • F 1939 1 0- 0- 0 0.0 McNULTY, Duffy 6 -2 180 • Acton-Boxboro/MA • 31 • G 1991 6 20 2-9 .222 0-5 .000 0-2 .000 3 0.5 2 0 0 1 5-0 4 0.7 1992 4 5 0-4 .000 0-1 .000 0-2 .000 1 0.3 0 1 0 0 2-0 0 0.0 1993 10 16 0-10 .000 0-2 .000 1-2 .500 2 0.2 0 4 1 0 1-0 1 0.1 1994 8 30 4-17 .235 1-5 .200 0-3 .000 4 0.5 4 0 2 0 3-0 9 1.1 TOT. 28 71 6-40 .150 1-13 .077 1-9 .111 10 0.4 6 5 3 1 11-0 14 0.5 McPARTLAND, Jim Mass Prep/MA 1927 1 0- 0- 0 0.0 McPARTLAND, Myles 6-7 190 • Carle Place/NY • 12 • F 1981 22 156 8-22 .363 6-13 .461 27 1.2 5 13 7 2 15-0 22 1.0 McQUEENEY, Henry 6-3 195 • Newton/MA • 17 • C-F 1952 22 46- 20- 75 3.4 8 45-0 112 5.1 1953 22 76-194 .392 111-147 .755 95 4.4 35-1 264 10.9 1954 26 81- 47- 209 8.0 TOT. 70 203- 178- 585 8.4 MEINEKE, Don, Jr. 6-8 185 • Alter/OH • 20 • F 1979 23 264 21-38 .553 1-9 .111 23 1.0 11 21 2 28-0 43 1.9 MICHAUD, Wilfred (Wilf) 6-0 210 • Nashua/NH • 12 • G-C 1942 12 4- 2- 10 0.8 1943 13 3- 2- 8 0.6 TOT. 25 7- 4- 18 0.7 MILLS, Abdul 6-4 195 • Milford Academy/NY • 11 • G 2000 30 666 79-229 .345 27-90 .300 45-67 .672 76 2.5 65 67 36 2 59-2 230 7.7 2001 31 818 116-288 .403 38-107 .355 69-110 .627 93 3.0 91 70 47 5 79-2 339 10.9 2002 29 873 127-347 .366 61-184 .332 105-154 .682 96 3.3 76 88 43 8 68-0 420 14.5 2004 2 17 0-4 .000 0-2 .000 1-4 .250 0 0.0 2 1 3 0 1-0 1 0.5 TOT. 92 2374 322-868 .371 126-383 .329 220-335 .657 265 2.9 234 226 129 15 207-4 990 10.8 2003- Medical redshirt, Transferred to Nebraska-Omaha MINICUCCI, Dom 5-6 174 • Naugatuck/CT • 5 • G-F 1936 2 0- 0-

0

0.0

MISEVICIUS, Bob (Big Beef) 6-9 240 • Power Memorial/NY • 31 • C 1975 24 482 72-168 .429 12-18 .667 108 4.4 61 65 28 27 74-4 156 6.5 1976 32 941 126-262 .481 40-59 .678 204 6.3 152 74 27 34 87-2 290 9.1 1977 23 634 88-179 .486 13-24 .542 184 8.0 113 64 13 21 67-2 189 8.2 1978 30 989 110-253 .435 37-59 .627 226 7.5 164 77 22 39 99-5 255 8.5 TOT. 109 3046 396-862 .459 102-160 .638 722 6.6 490 280 90 121 327-13 890 8.2 MODEST, Dave 5-11 155 • Linton/NY • 20 • G 1973 10 25 8-16 .500 2-4 .500 4 0.4 4 3 5 3-0 18 1.8 Transferred to Plattsburgh State MODLISZEWSKI, Walter 5-7 165 • Marianapolis/CT • G-F 1946 6 5- 1- 11 1.8 1947 1 1- 0- 2 2.0 TOT. 7 6- 1- 13 1.9 MOGE, William 5-11 186 • Springfield/MA • 1 8 • G-C 1936 10 1- 1- 3 0.3 MONDY, Duke 6-3 198 • Catholic Central/MI • 1 • G 2010 31 419 38-111 .342 19-71 .268 10-15 .667 62 2.0 36 22 34 3 50-0 105 3.4 2011 28 758 70-198 .354 47-152 .309 28-44 .636 93 3.3 33 36 59 7 62-1 215 7.7 TOT. 59 1177 108-309 .350 66-223 .300 38-59 .644 155 2.6 69 58 93 10 112-1 320 5.4 Transferred to Oakland

MORAN, Donald (Donie) 6-0 175 • St. Augustines/NY • 14 • G 1954 17 44- 53- 141 8.3 1955 19 32-96 .333 54-79 .684 48 2.5 35-1 118 6.2 1956 15 19-56 .339 25-34 .735 26 1.7 14-0 63 4.2 TOT. 51 95- 132- 322 6.3 MORAN, Robert (Bob) 6-1 175 • St. Augustines/NY • 19, 12 • F 1952 21 127- 125- 48 2.3 12 37-0 379 18.0 1953 22 158-446 .354 139-206 .675 68 3.1 59-2 455 20.8 1954 26 132- 153- 417 16.0 TOT. 69 417- 417- 1251 18.1 MORRISON, John Staten Island/NY • F-G 1933 3 0- 0- 0 0.0 1934 6 1- 0- 2 0.3 TOT. 9 1- 0- 2 0.2 MORRISON, Patrick (Paddy) Staten Island/NY • G-F 1934 2 0- 0- 0 0.0 1935 5 1- 0- 2 0.4 TOT. 7 1- 0- 2 0.3 MOYNAHAN, Timothy 6-1 195 • Sacred Heart/CT • 50(H) 51(A) • G-F 1959 15 17-48 .354 7-16 .438 27 1.8 6-0 41 2.7 1960 25 75-179 .419 26-37 .703 92 5.7 36-0 176 7.0 1961 22 46-112 .411 13-24 .542 64 2.9 27-0 105 4.7 TOT. 62 138-339 .407 46-76 .605 183 3.0 69-0 322 5.2 MULLANEY, Joe, Jr. 1975 1 2 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1976 5 16 0-2 .000 1-3 .333 1977 8 15 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 1978 7 26 1-3 .333 2-3 .667 TOT. 21 59 1-7 .143 3-6 .500

5-11 175 • Judge Memorial/RI • 15 • G 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0 4 0.8 1 1 1 0 0-0 1 0.2 2 0.2 2 5 1 0 3-0 0 0.0 5 0.7 2 1 2 0 4 0.6 11 0.6 5 7 4 0 5 0.2

MULLINS, Thomas 6-0 158 • Worcester/MA • 11, 19 • G 1952 22 18- 14- 23 1.0 13 48-4 50 2.3 1953 22 76-228 .333 73-128 .570 65 2.9 66-4 225 10.3 1954 22 63- 56- 182 8.3 TOT. 66 157- 143- 457 6.9 MURDOCK, Eric (E, Man of Steal) 1988 28 768 114-276 .413 27-76 .355 1989 29 936 164-359 .457 44-126 .349 1990 28 833 147-351 .419 42-115 .365 1991 32 1111 262-589 .445 56-160 .344 TOT. 117 3648 687-1575 .436 169-477 .354

6-2 189 • Raritan-West Bridgewater/NJ • 14 • G 45-61 .738 85 3.0 106 66 90 3 84-5 300 99-130 .762 135 4.7 141 77 97 9 84-2 471 96-126 .762 116 4.1 92 68 78 15 78-0 432 238-293 .812 168 5.3 148 119 111 5 98-2 818 478-610 .783 504 4.3 487 330 376 32 344-9 2021

10.7 16.2 15.4 25.6 17.3

MURDOCK, Jason 6-3 187 • Raritan/NJ • 3 • G 1994 17 123 18-32 .563 6-10 .600 4-6 .667 6 0.4 18 13 5 2 11-0 46 2.7 1995 30 824 76-205 .371 17-63 .270 52-75 .693 80 2.7 70 70 39 21 76-1 221 7.4 1996 30 473 42-125 .336 8-37 .216 36-47 .766 58 1.9 26 23 23 6 37-0 128 4.3 1997 36 670 47-136 .346 14-47 .298 26-35 .743 78 2.2 30 35 26 3 64-1 134 3.7 TOT. 113 2090 183-498 .367 44-157 .280 118-163 .724 222 2.0 144 141 93 32 188-2 529 4.7 MURPHY, Charles Cathedral/Holy Cross/NY • G-F 1927 12 7- 11- 25 2.1 1928 16 17- 15- 49 3.1 TOT. 28 24- 26- 74 2.6 MURPHY, John (Spud) 6-0 • Torrington/CT • C-G 1927 16 46- 18- 110 6.9 MURPHY, Pete 6-2 180 • Hartford Public/CT • 2 3 • G 1983 7 13 3-5 .600 0-1 .000 4 0.6 0 2 5 0 2-0 6 0.9 MURPHY, William (Bill) 5-11 166 • Danbury/CT • 15, 8 • F -G-C 1937 12 4- 1- 9 1939 11 25- 8- 58 1940 14 30- 8- 68 TOT. 37 59- 17- 135

0.8 5.3 4.9 3.6

MURRAY, David 2000 30 646 73-163 .448 0-4 .000 Transferred to Central State University (OH) (NAIA)

6-9 225 • All Hallows/Mesa CC/NY • 40 • F-C 43-66 .652 105 3.5 27 66 11 25 76-3 189 6.3

MURRAY, Mike 2011 4 11 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2012 1 2 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 TOT. 5 13 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000

6-2 188 • LaSalle Institute/NY • 53 • G 0-0 .000 0 0.0 0 2 0 0 1-0 0 0.0 0-0 .000 0 0.0 0 2 0 0 1-0 2 2.0 0-0 .000 0 0.0 0 4 0 0 2-0 2 0.4

NAWROCKI, Steve Fall River/MA • G-C 1928 2 0- 0- 0 0.0 N’DIAYE, Ndongo 7-1 225 • Suffield Academy/Senegal • 34 • C 1997 32 185 7-39 .179 0-1 .000 9-14 .643 32 1.0 1 13 3 24 39-0 23 0.7 1998 5 37 4-9 .444 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 6 1.2 0 3 0 5 8-0 8 1.6 TOT. 37 222 11-48 .229 0-1 .000 9-15 .600 38 1.1 1 16 3 29 47-0 31 0.8 Transferred to Delaware NISSEL, Melvin (Sam) 6-1 170 • St. Mary’s/PA • 2 4 • F 1949 24 69- 47- 185 7.7 1950 17 68- 44- 180 10.6 1951 24 74- 62- 210 8.8 TOT. 65 211- 153- 575 8.8

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GP MIN FG-FGM PCT. 3PT-ATT PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG. AST TO ST BS PF-DQ PTS. AVG.

NOLAN, John 6-3 185 • Archbishop Malloy/NY • 14, 20 • G 1977 16 140 7-16 .438 2-9 .222 8 0.5 22 18 8 1 19-0 16 0.7 1978 18 160 9-24 .375 12-14 .857 10 0.6 27 21 10 0 30 1.7 1979 23 423 40-96 .417 26-41 .634 24 1.0 114 60 0 38-0 106 4.6 1980 22 407 30-93 .322 12-21 .571 48 2.2 46 40 21 1 43-1 72 3.3 TOT. 79 1130 86-229 .376 52-85 .612 90 1.4 209 139 2 224 2.8 NORWOOD, Ron 6-3 180 • New Hampton Prep/NJ • 44 • G 1973 14 66 15-33 .454 7-9 .777 14 1.1 10 14 7 5-0 37 2.6 Transferred to DePaul NYIRE, Thomas 1960 16 12-29 .414 1962 3 0-2 .000 1963 5 3-7 .429 TOT. 24 15-38 .395

6-8 5-9 .556 0-0 .000 3-5 .600 8-14 .571

180 • St. Aloysius/NJ • 30(H) 31(A) • C-F 21 1.7 13-0 29 1.8 0 0.0 2-0 0 0.0 8 1.6 2-0 9 1.8 29 1.4 17-0 38 1.6

O’CONNELL, Robert 6-0 170 • Somerset/MA • 14 • F 1953 10 4-8 .500 6-10 .600 6 0.6 2-0 14 1.4

GP MIN FG-FGM PCT. 3PT-ATT PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG. AST TO ST BS PF-DQ PTS. AVG.

PERRIN, Oscar (Oc) Albany/NY • F-G 1932 9 3- 2- 8 0.9 1933 12 6- 1- 13 1.1 1934 12 2- 2- 6 0.5 TOT. 33 11- 5- 27 0.8 PETERSON, 1922 3 3- 0-

CT • F 6 2.0

PETERSON, Jamine (Greedy) 6-6 230 • Notre Dame Prep/NY • 21 • F 2008 25 263 47-100 .470 0-1 .000 23-39 .590 72 2.9 4 18 8 11 27-0 117 4.7 2010 31 941 233-500 .466 51-148 .345 92-164 .561 315 10.2 36 57 39 26 80-2 609 19.6 TOT. 56 1304 280-600 .467 51-149 .342 115-203 .567 387 6.9 40 75 47 37 107-2 726 13.0 2009-Redshirt PETROPOLOUS, Peter 6-3 185 • Cranston East/RI • 14 • F 1977 9 17 2-4 .500 2-3 .667 5 0.6 2 0 0 0 2-0 6 0.7

OLLQUIST, Bob 6-3 180 • Maria Regina/NY • 50 • G 1972 22 194 33-76 .434 25-29 .862 20 0.9 12 9 0 18-0 91 4.1 1974 10 37 9-28 .321 7-9 .777 4 0.4 5 6 5-0 25 2.5 TOT. 32 231 42-104 .404 32-38 .842 24 0.8 17 23-0 116 3.6

PHELPS, Rob 6-5 198 • Nazareth/NY • 22 • G-F 1992 31 686 114-326 .350 46-151 .305 56-86 .651 80 2.6 47 52 17 5 71-2 330 10.6 1993 33 544 79-214 .369 28-89 .315 37-52 .712 64 1.9 48 34 22 8 60-3 223 6.8 1994 30 604 78-184 .424 32-85 .376 41-54 .759 54 1.8 49 31 30 6 64-0 229 7.6 TOT. 94 1834 271-724 .374 106-325 .326 134-192 .698 197 2.1 144 117 66 19 195-5 782 8.3 1991-Prop 48

ORISTAGLIO, Paul 1976 11 74 7-16 .438 3-4 .750 1977 27 376 26-44 .591 14-22 .636 1978 31 830 46-92 .500 20-27 .741 TOT. 69 1280 79-152 .520 37-53 .698

6-0 160 • Cardinal O’Hara/PA • 25 • G 5 0.5 4 5 1 0 10-0 17 1.5 22 0.8 41 16 17 0 32-0 66 2.4 48 1.6 77 29 36 2 58-1 112 3.6 75 1.1 122 50 54 2 100-1 195 2.8

PLOSKI, Leo 5-10 165 • Cathedral/NY • 9 • F-G-C 1936 12 4- 8- 16 1.3 1937 19 28- 27- 83 4.4 1938 16 32- 22- 86 5.4 TOT. 47 64- 57- 185 3.9

ORR, Thomas 6-4 1/2 210 • Freeland/PA • 23 • C-F 1947 4 2- 1- 5 1.3 1948 4 5- 0- 10 2.5 1949 14 26- 12- 64 4.6 1950 14 11- 8- 30 2.1 TOT. 36 44- 21- 109 3.0

POINTER, Kofi 6-8 225 • Southern/MD • 4 • F 1997 14 53 2-11 .182 1-4 .250 4-6 .667 6 0.4 2 4 0 1 5-0 9 0.6 Transferred to Coppin State

PADDEN, Jim 6-0 172 • LaSalle/RI • 15 • F 1938 1 0- 0- 0 0.0

POWER, James 6-0 180 • Mission/MA • 15 • F-G 1949 18 11- 8- 30 1950 15 2- 6- 10 1951 3 0- 0- 0 TOT. 36 13- 14- 40

PAGLIAROLI, Ben 6-3 200 • Seton Hall Prep/NJ • F-C-G 1943 17 67- 28- 162 9.5 Transferred to Seton Hall PALAZZI, Matt 6-3 195 • St. John’s High/MA • 22 • G 1985 30 502 98-234 .419 42-49 .857 47 1.6 36 44 26 2 41-0 238 7.9 1986 31 408 79-195 .405 42-53 .792 54 1.7 37 39 24 6 45-1 200 6.5 1988 1 1 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 4-4 1.000 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0-0 4 4.0 1989 29 736 144-296 .486 57-123 .463 32-37 .865 67 2.3 52 45 26 2 67-3 377 13.0 TOT. 91 1647 321-725 .443 57-123 .463 120-143 .839 168 1.8 125 128 76 10 153-4 819 9.0 PALMIERI, Al 6-2 175 • Kent Hill Academy • C-F 1943 20 60- 22- 142 7.1 PANAGGIO, Jim 1981 28 840 35-114 .307 1982 27 787 42-95 .442 TOT. 55 1627 77-209 .368

6-3 185 • Cardinal Mooney/Dartmouth/NY • 20 • G 43-59 .728 53 1.9 108 76 33 1 68-2 113 4.0 22-32 .687 54 2.0 108 53 21 0 53-0 106 3.9 65-91 .714 107 1.9 216 129 54 1 121-2 219 4.0

PAPARELLA, Ralph 5-11 164 • East Providence/RI • 17 • F-C-G 1938 7 7- 5- 19 2.7 1939 6 1- 0- 2 0.3 TOT. 13 8- 5- 21 1.6 PARENTE, Joe LaSalle/RI • F-C-G 1945 4 0- 0- 0 0.0 PARMER, Jeff 2005 21 222 16-61 .262 8-34 .235 Transferred to Palm Beach JC (FL), Florida Atlantic PASCALE, Mike 1955 21 132-348 .379 1956 22 108-297 .364 1957 23 114-341 .334 TOT. 66 354-986 .359

6-7 230 • Niagara Falls/NY • 21 • F 3-6 .500 35 1.7 15 14 15 4 31-2 43 2.0 6-2 192 • Manual Training/NY • 50(H) 51(A) • F 110-160 .688 159 7.6 52-2 374 114-139 .820 123 5.5 54-3 330 103-150 .687 45-2 331 327-449 .728 151-7 1035

17.8 15.0 14.4 15.7

PEARSON, Alfred 6-3 180 • Somerville/MA • 50(H) 51(A) • F 1967 1 0- 0- 0 0.0 1968 4 3-5 .600 4-7 .571 0 0.0 0-0 10 2.5 TOT. 5 3- 4- 10 2.0 PELLIGRINO, Francis (Frank) 6-2 175 • Westerly/RI • 19, 26 • F-C 1949 19 70- 22- 162 8.5 1950 23 101- 46- 248 10.8 1951 21 85- 46- 216 10.3 TOT. 63 256- 114- 626 9.9 PENNEFATHER, Dick 6-3 185 • Machbeuf/CO • 25 • G 1983 11 51 5-8 .625 5-6 .833 5 0.4 7 4 5 0 8-0 15 1.4 1984 10 60 6-16 .375 2-2 1.000 4 0.4 3 8 2 0 9-0 14 1.4 1985 19 168 33-68 .485 4-4 1.000 18 0.9 16 7 7 0 21-0 70 3.7 1986 11 37 6-14 .429 3-4 .750 5 0.5 2 1 1 0 15 1.4 TOT. 51 316 50-106 .472 14-16 .875 32 0.6 28 20 15 0 114 2.2 PERKINS, Ben 6-7 205 • Vinton/LA • 25 • F 1998 25 500 60-152 .395 12-43 .279 30-58 .517 79 3.2 22 45 13 10 34-0 162 6.5 1999 16 104 5-23 .217 0-6 .000 1-2 .500 10 0.6 13 13 2 1 7-0 11 0.7 TOT. 41 604 65-175 .371 12-49 .244 31-60 .517 89 2.2 35 58 15 11 41-0 173 4.2 Transferred to McNeese State PERMENTER, Russ 6-9 230 • T emple High/Temple College/TX • 44 • F/C 2010 16 115 8-21 .381 1-1 1.000 7-14 .500 28 1.8 0 6 2 11 28-1 24 1.5

160

YEAR

PONTON, Oscar 6-7 185 • Central Falls/RI • 27 • C 1951 2 0- 3-

3

1.5 1.7 0.7 0.0 1.1

POWER, John (Beaver) 5-11 170 • Mission/MA • 16 • G 1951 5 2- 1- 5 1.0 1953 10 4-16 .250 4-6 .667 4 0.4 14-1 12 1.2 TOT. 15 6- 5- 17 1.1 PRENDERGAST, Robert (Sag) 6-5 200 • St. Thomas High/CT • 23 • C 1951 24 54- 37- 145 6.0 1952 23 57- 22- 65 2.8 1 27-1 136 5.9 1953 22 82-192 .427 34-51 .667 162 7.8 61-2 198 8.1 TOT. 69 193- 93- 479 6.9 PREISSNER, John 6-3 175 • West Hartford/CT • 13 • F 1953 8 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 26 3.2 1-0 2 0.4 QUEGAN, Edward 5-11 178 • Coyle/MA • G 1942 1 0- 0- 0 0.0 QUINLAN, William (Bill) 6-2 185 • New Bedford/MA • 13 • F 1953 18 22-46 .478 13-17 .765 8 0.5 11-0 57 3.2 1954 15 19- 12- 48 3.2 TOT. 33 41- 25- 105 3.2 RABBITT, John F-G 1943 3 3- 0- 6 2.0 REAVEY, Francis Providence/RI • G-C 1932 6 2- 1- 5

0.8

REDMOND, Paul 1921 1 0- 0-

G 0

0.0

REGENSBERGER, 1946 4 0- 1- 1

G 0.3

REILLY, Ed 5-9 170 • Central/CT • 2 1 • G-F 1931 6 2- 0- 4 0.7 1932 12 17- 9- 43 3.6 1933 16 20- 8- 48 3.0 1934 17 26- 7- 59 3.5 TOT. 51 65- 24- 154 3.0 REILLY, Kevin G 1980 11 22 2-7 .285 1-3 .333 6 0.5 3 0 1 0 2-0 5 0.5 REILLY, Robert 6-0 176 • St. Michael’s/NY • 7 • G-F 1941 17 41- 27-57 .474 28- 109 1942 20 46- 36- 128 1943 14 23- 20- 66 1946 1 1- 0- 2 TOT. 52 111- 83- 305 REYNOLDS, John (Jack) 1952 8 11-19 .578 1953 22 32-79 .405 1954 20 46- TOT. 50 89-

6.4 6.4 4.7 2.0 5.9

6-3 195 • East Haven/CT • 18, 24 • C-F 6-7 .857 8 1.0 0 5-0 28 3.5 25-43 .581 70 3.3 46-2 67 3.1 37- 129 6.5 68- 224 4.5

RICE, Sam Chelsea/MA • G 1930 3 2- 1- 5

1.7


All-Time Player Register YEAR

GP MIN FG-FGM PCT. 3PT-ATT PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG. AST TO ST BS PF-DQ PTS. AVG.

RIORDAN, Mike 1965 26 818 91-199 .456 1966 27 983 98-218 .449 1967 28 1062 154-333 .464 TOT. 81 2863 343-750 .457

6-5 200 • Holy Cross High/NY • 54(H) 55(A) • F-G 57-86 .663 175 6.7 90-6 239 9.2 83-115 .721 247 9.1 92-7 279 10.3 85-118 .728 241 8.4 91-7 393 14.1 225-319 .705 663 8.2 241 273-20 911 11.2

RISKO, John 6-1 165 • Mt. Pleasant/RI • C-F 1942 2 0- 0- 0 0.0 RITCH, John 6-6 215 • Archbishop Stepinac/NY • 2 5 • C 1955 19 114-250 .456 42-77 .545 271 14.3 59-4 270 14.2 1956 23 77-164 .470 43-65 .662 237 10.3 74-6 196 8.5 1957 24 140-355 .394 66-116 .569 73-4 346 14.4 TOT. 66 331-769 .430 151-258 .585 206-14 812 12.3 ROBERGE, Ollie 6-2 193 • Mt. St. Charles/RI • C-G-F 1932 14 8- 2- 18 1933 15 13- 6- 32 1934 16 4- 4- 12 TOT. 45 25- 12- 62

1.3 2.1 0.8 1.4

ROGERS, Chris 6-4 190 • C.E. Byrd/Bossier Parish CC/LA • 10 • G 2000 30 560 33-77 .429 14-41 .341 9-12 .750 62 2.1 64 44 15 5 64-1 89 3.0 2001 30 385 23-56 .411 17-42 .405 13-16 .813 48 1.6 44 20 15 6 31-0 76 2.5 TOT. 60 945 56-133 .421 31-83 .373 22-28 .786 110 1.8 108 64 30 11 95-1 165 2.8 ROTH, Alan 6-5 200 • St. Mary’s/OH • 24 • F 1983 23 355 25-59 .423 9-13 .692 36 1.6 20 23 4 3 15-0 59 2.6 1984 14 71 3-15 .200 0-1 .000 7 0.5 3 5 1 0 4-0 6 0.4 1985 20 111 14-29 .483 1-4 .250 13 0.7 7 8 3 0 5-0 29 1.4 1986 31 856 77-171 .450 94-111 .847 165 5.3 47 59 31 2 248 8.0 TOT. 88 1393 119-274 .434 104-130 .800 221 2.5 77 95 39 5 342 3.9 RUSSO, 1945 1 0- 0- 0

F 0.0

YEAR

GP MIN FG-FGM PCT. 3PT-ATT PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG. AST TO ST BS PF-DQ PTS. AVG.

SCREEN, Carlton (Paco) 6-0 170 • Xaverian/NY • 11 • G 1987 25 340 39-93 .419 1-2 .500 52-73 .712 28 1.1 59 36 24 1 48-1 131 5.2 1988 26 500 55-113 .487 3-10 .300 58-73 .795 31 1.2 73 60 32 4 35-0 171 6.6 1989 29 946 124-260 .477 8-25 .320 78-103 .757 57 2.0 198 64 101 0 84-3 334 11.5 1990 29 976 134-272 .493 36-79 .456 136-157 .866 64 2.2 202 77 69 4 85-1 440 15.2 TOT. 109 2762 352-738 .477 48-116 .414 324-406 .798 180 1.7 532 237 226 9 252-5 1076 9.9 SHABAZZ, Karim (Bazz) 2000 21 638 81-186 .435 2001 28 697 91-163 .558 TOT. 49 1335 172-349 .493

7-2 230 • LaSalle Academy/Florida State/NY •  3 • C 0-0 .000 56-100 .560 172 8.2 31 76 16 54 69-3 218 10.4 0-0 .000 67-105 .638 208 7.4 44 59 16 66 84-1 249 8.9 0-0 .000 123-205 .600 380 7.8 75 135 32 120 153-4 467 9.5

SHAMMGOD, God (Shamm) 6-0 169 • LaSalle Academy/NY • 12 • G 1996 29 897 81-241 .336 19-91 .209 98-142 .690 50 1.7 189 86 42 0 91-2 279 9.6 1997 36 1221 127-288 .441 11-53 .208 125-188 .665 81 2.3 239 111 88 5 124-5 390 10.8 TOT. 65 2118 208-529 .393 30-144 .208 223-330 .676 131 2.0 428 197 130 5 215-7 669 10.3 SHAMSID-DEEN, Abdul 6-11 231 • Tottenville/NY • 25 • C-F 1987 33 330 45-80 .563 0-0 .000 27-44 .614 84 2.5 1 23 3 24 65-2 117 3.5 1988 20 277 37-93 .398 0-0 .000 20-33 .606 64 3.2 4 21 7 19 57-1 94 4.7 1989 29 490 71-123 .577 0-0 .000 46-67 .687 104 3.6 10 34 11 36 74-3 188 6.5 1990 29 673 97-191 .508 0-0 .000 51-92 .554 212 7.3 15 45 17 30 93-3 245 8.4 TOT. 111 1770 250-487 .513 0-0 .000 144-236 .610 464 4.2 30 123 38 108 289-9 694 6.3 SHANNON, Michael 5-9 150 • Seton Hall Prep/NJ • 12 • G 1991 3 13 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 2-5 .400 0 0.0 4 5 1 0 4-0 2 0.7 SHANNON, Tom 5-10 163 • Pawtucket/RI • 11 • F 1941 2 1- 0- 2 1.0 SHAPIRO, Sam 1932 24 1933 16 1934 17 TOT. 57

65- 40- 52- 157-

6-1 170 • Lynn English/Samuel Johnson Academy/MA • 8 • F 26- 156 6.5 26- 106 6.6 17- 121 7.1 69- 383 6.7

RYDER, Edward 6-2 175 • Providence/RI • 22 • F 1953 10 5-14 .357 3-6 .500 4 0.4 3-0 13 1.3

SHATTUCK, Larry 5-11 180 • Fitchburg/MA • 12 • F 1938 4 1- 1- 3 0.9

RZEZNIKIEWICZ, Peter (Resnicki) Ware/MA • G-F 1927 9 3- 4- 10 1.1 1928 4 0- 0- 0 0.0 TOT. 13 3- 4- 10 0.8

SHEA, Jeff 1963 4 1-6 .167

6-2 175 • St. Mary’s/NY • 34(H) 35(A) • F 1-2 .500 5 1.2 2-0 3 0.8

SIEMBIDA, Robert 1960 5 7-13 .538

6-4 185 • No. Tonawanda/NY • 34(H) 35(A) • F 4-5 .800 13 2.6 6-0 10 3.6

SIMONI, Robert 1962 19 13-50 .260 1963 26 23-72 .319 1964 3 1-12 .083 TOT. 48 37-134 .276

6-0 185 • New London/CT • 12(H) 13(A) • G 7-11 .636 25 1.3 6-0 33 1.8 15-23 .652 62 2.4 15-0 61 2.3 1-1 1.000 10 3.3 4-0 3 1.0 23-35 .657 97 2.0 25-0 97 2.0

SACKS, Beryle 6-0 185 • Rogers/RI • 9 •  F-C-G 1939 8 19- 12- 50 1940 12 16- 8- 40 1941 17 44- 11-22 .500 11- 99 TOT. 37 79- 31- 189

6.3 3.3 5.8 5.1

SADDLER, Marvin 6-8 240 • St. Joseph’s/CT • 55 • F-C 1989 22 158 17-38 .447 0-0 .000 13-22 .591 31 1.4 5 16 2 2 30-0 47 2.1 1990 22 148 17-47 .362 0-0 .000 16-23 .696 45 2.0 3 10 6 2 33-0 50 2.3 1991 29 552 91-190 .479 1-2 .500 40-63 .634 153 5.3 18 45 14 10 82-1 223 7.7 1992 21 266 33-80 .413 2-5 .400 22-28 .786 71 3.4 12 23 5 7 28-1 90 4.3 TOT. 94 1124 158-355 .445 3-7 .429 93-137 .679 291 3.1 38 92 27 21 174-2 410 4.4 SANDERS, Rob 6-6 215 • St. Thomas More/CT • 33 • F 2002 31 659 65-144 .451 6-26 .231 42-72 .583 124 4.0 40 45 24 15 95-5 178 5.7 2003 27 497 74-135 .548 0-7 .000 52-81 .642 103 3.8 20 32 39 7 56-2 200 7.4 2004 21 551 80-160 .500 23-57 .404 44-78 .564 92 4.4 53 71 37 6 66-4 227 10.8 TOT. 79 1707 219-439 .499 29-90 .322 138-231 .597 319 4.0 113 148 100 28 217-11 605 7.7 SANTOS, Rick 6-2 175 • Central/RIJC/RI • 30 • G 1974 30 667 93-201 .463 22-28 .786 88 2.8 73 51 56 4 51-1 209 6.9 1975 31 917 119-250 .476 56-77 .727 128 4.1 139 111 36 5 82-1 294 9.5 TOT. 61 1584 212-451 .470 78-105 .743 216 3.5 212 162 92 9 133-2 503 8.2

SIMPKINS, Dickey 6-9 1/2 248 • Friendly/MD • 4 2 • C 1991 32 697 90-183 .492 4-10 .400 67-110 .609 211 6.6 33 48 24 31 77-1 251 7.8 1992 30 793 89-181 .492 1-4 .250 90-128 .703 174 5.8 36 81 14 27 83-1 269 9.0 1993 33 976 122-271 .450 1-3 .333 106-178 .596 216 6.5 41 82 25 18 84-4 351 10.6 1994 30 877 129-250 .516 3-9 .333 94-137 .686 189 6.3 38 57 22 21 63-0 355 11.8 TOT. 125 3343 430-885 .486 9-26 .346 357-553 .645 790 6.3 149 267 85 96 305-6 1226 9.8 SMITH, Austin G 1933 1 0- 0- 0 0.0 SMITH, John (Ben) 6-2 1/2 195 • Brockton/MA • 24 • C-G 1935 22 53- 25- 131 6.0 1936 21 46- 17- 109 5.2 1937 22 34- 16- 84 3.8 TOT. 65 133- 58- 324 5.0

6-1 180 • Brockton/MA • 30(H) 31(A) • G 9 0.6 7-0 20 1.4 11 0.5 22-0 43 1.9 28 1.3 32-1 50 2.4 48 0.8 61-1 113 2.0

SMITH, Michael 6-8 230 • Dunbar/Wash. DC • 34 • F 1992 31 876 108-218 .495 0-1 .000 117-202 .579 319 10.3 41 70 32 51 90-2 333 10.7 1993 33 976 135-243 .556 0-0 .000 119-218 .546 375 11.4 38 73 40 31 92-2 389 11.8 1994 30 872 144-238 .605 0-1 .000 100-140 .714 344 11.5 25 44 33 23 89-2 388 12.9 TOT. 94 2724 387-699 .554 0-2 .000 336-560 .600 1038 11.0 103 187 104 105 271-6 1110 11.8 1991-Prop 48

SCAVOTTO, Anthony 6-1 175 • Enfield/CT • 7 •  F-C-G 1938 8 7- 2- 16 2.0

SMOLENSKY, Henry Brockton/MA • F 1930 3 0- 0- 0 0.0

SCHEMENTI, Peter 1957 17 17-42 .405 1958 16 18-51 .353 1959 27 51-132 .386 TOT. 60 86-225 .382

SNEDEKER, Dave 6-9 215 • Griffin/Iowa/ILL • 32 • F 1987 24 66 4-17 .235 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 8 0.3 0 5 3 0 11-0 8 0.3

SARANTOPOULOS, Steve 1965 14 9-22 .409 1966 22 17-42 .405 1967 21 21-61 .341 TOT. 57 47-125 .376

2-5 .400 9-18 .500 8-11 .688 19-34 .559

6-5 190 • St. Francis Prep/NY • 32(H) 33(A) • C-F 4-24 .167 18-1 38 2.2 11-24 .458 42 2.6 13-0 47 2.9 30-74 .405 174 6.4 61-3 132 4.8 45-122 .369 92-4 217 3.6

SCHESSLER, James 6-6 195 • Orange/NJ • 4 2(H) 43(A) • C 1965 4 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 6 1.5 4-0 4 1.0 1966 7 1- 3- 5 0.7 1967 17 7-20 .350 4-11 .362 13 0.7 26-0 18 1.1 TOT. 28 10- 7- 27 1.0 SCHLIMM, James (Jim, Slim) 6-3 190 • St. Mary’s/PA • 22 • C-F 1950 23 144-292 .493 69-99 .697 357 15.5 1951 24 152- 72- 376 15.7 1952 23 141- 63- 158 6.9 10 63-5 345 15.0 TOT. 70 437- 204- 1078 15.4 SCHNURR, Brian 2000 1 1 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2001 2 3 1-2 .500 0-1 .000 2002 3 2 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 TOT. 6 6 1-3 .333 0-1 .000

6-7 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000

220 • Fairfield/Ct. • 45 • F 1 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 0.2 0 1 0 0

1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0

0 0.0 2 1.0 0 0.0 2 0.3

SCOTT, Jerry 6-3 195 • Rindge Tech/MA • 25 • G 1978 18 121 15-40 .375 7-16 .438 15 0.8 4 15 5 1 24-0 37 2.0 1979 26 794 132-300 .440 35-49 .714 110 4.2 44 70 4 60-1 299 11.5 1980 27 966 175-370 .472 54-83 .650 112 4.1 48 67 60 3 75-5 404 14.9 1981 26 606 134-289 .463 37-50 .740 87 3.3 29 38 33 3 58-0 305 11.7 TOT. 97 2487 456-999 .456 133-198 .671 324 3.3 125 190 11 217-6 1045 10.8

SOWA, Ferdinand (Ferd) 1943 20 61- 1947 19 52- 1948 20 82- TOT. 59 195-

6-2 195 • New Bedford/MA • 22(H) 8(A) • F-C-G 23- 145 30- 134 50- 214 103- 493

7.3 7.1 10.7 8.4

SPECKMAN, Harry 5-7 143 • Rogers/RI • 10 • G-F 1938 2 1- 1- 3 1.5 1939 6 1- 2- 4 0.7 TOT. 8 2- 3- 7 0.9 SPENCER, Carl 6-6 180 • Crosby/CT • 20(H) 21(A) • F 1961 22 32-79 .405 22-36 .611 90 4.0 35-0 86 3.9 1962 18 44-94 .468 18-27 .667 62 3.0 29-0 106 5.9 1963 22 31-76 .408 23-33 .697 65 2.9 24-0 85 3.9 TOT. 62 107-249 .430 63-96 .656 217 3.5 88-0 277 4.5 SPINNLER, William 5-7 170 • Allentown Prep/NJ • 4 • G-F 1936 4 0- 0- 0 0.0 1937 15 9- 6- 24 1.6 1938 16 20- 17- 57 3.6 TOT. 35 29- 23- 81 SPRING, Clement (Chief) Laconia/NH • G 1927 5 0- 0- 0 0.0

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All-Time Player Register YEAR

GP MIN FG-FGM PCT. 3PT-ATT PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG. AST TO ST BS PF-DQ PTS. AVG.

STACOM, Kevin 1973 31 1111 238-431 .552 1974 32 1140 263-520 .506 TOT. 63 2251 501-951 .527

6-5 75-87 .862 66-82 .805 141-169 .834

185 • Holy Cross High/Holy Cross/NY • 25 • G 121 3.9 77 70 77-1 551 17.8 100 3.1 169 96 52-1 592 18.5 221 3.5 246 166 129-2 1143 18.1

GP MIN FG-FGM PCT. 3PT-ATT PCT. FT-FTA PCT. REB AVG. AST TO ST BS PF-DQ PTS. AVG.

STALLWORTH, Aubrey 6-8 200 • Hyde Park/MA • 33 • F 1979 23 450 45-93 .484 12-24 .500 82 3.6 11 27 20 55-1 102 4.4 1980 17 262 17-42 .405 12-20 .600 53 3.1 9 23 7 11 43-2 46 2.7 TOT. 40 712 62-135 .459 24-44 .545 135 3.4 20 50 31 98-3 148 3.7

THOMAS, Jamel (5-30) 6-6 215 • Lincoln/NY • 33 • F-G 1996 29 606 105-232 .453 24-64 .375 36-58 .621 132 4.6 44 57 41 2 69-0 270 9.3 1997 36 1101 187-429 .436 65-162 .401 65-96 .677 184 5.1 76 91 37 16 98-6 504 14.0 1998 29 1016 163-455 .358 54-178 .303 156-200 .780 200 6.9 59 106 44 12 91-3 536 18.5 1999 30 984 225-532 .423 58-183 .317 153-203 .754 217 7.2 63 124 39 11 79-1 661 22.0 TOT. 124 3707 680-1648 .413 201-587 .342 410-557 .736 733 5.9 242 378 161 41 337-10 1971 15.9 THOMAS, Tony 6-1 180 • East Providence/RI •  20 • G 1995 10 15 2-4 .500 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 3 0.3 0 1 1 0 2-0 4 0.4

STANISIEWSKI, Ed Amherst/MA • F 1933 7 3- 2- 8 1.1

THOMPSON, Garnett 2002 10 162 18-43 .419

STARKS, Harold 6-0 180 • Brooks School/NY • 20 • G 1983 31 362 15-49 .306 39-63 .619 37 1.2 48 47 22 1 42-2 69 2.2 1984 29 655 50-102 .490 67-96 .698 49 1.7 96 54 40 6 65-1 167 5.7 1985 31 810 81-148 .547 66-106 .623 98 3.2 119 57 61 13 83-4 228 7.4 1986 26 616 90-176 .511 62-89 .697 82 3.2 90 67 84 7 62-1 242 9.3 TOT. 117 2443 236-475 .497 234-354 .661 266 2.3 353 225 207 27 252-8 706 6.0

THOMPSON, John 6-10 1/2 230 •  Arch. John Carroll/Wash. DC •  50(H) 51(A) • C-F 1962 25 116-263 .441 78-119 .655 291 11.6 61-3 310 12.4 1963 28 1035 208-395 .527 113-185 .611 392 14.0 87-5 529 18.9 1964 26 996 260-442 .588 161-242 .665 378 14.5 99-8 681 26.2 TOT. 79 584-1100 .531 352-546 .645 1061 13.4 247-16 1520 19.2

STEIN, William (Bill) 6-0 165 • Sacred Heart/CT •  24(H) 25(A) • G 1962 9 4-4 1.000 7-14 .500 4 0.4 5-0 15 1.6 1963 16 3-9 .333 0-0 .000 6 0.4 5-0 6 0.4 1964 13 6-9 .667 8-11 .727 6 0.5 13-0 20 1.5 TOT. 38 13-22 .591 15-25 .600 16 0.4 23-0 41 1.1 STILL, James 2010 26 145 10-26 .385 0-2 .000

6-9 210 • Detroit Community High/MI •  45 • C 5-14 .357 35 1.3 3 9 0 10 26-0 25 1.0

ST. GEORGE, Ray 5-9 165 • Worcester/MA • 24(H) 5(A) • F-G 1947 16 12- 2- 26 1.6 1948 20 53- 28- 134 6.7 TOT. 36 65- 30- 160 4.4 STONE, James (Jimmy) 1962 17 41-117 .350 1963 26 146-299 .488 1964 25 192-435 .441 TOT. 68 379-851 .445

6-2 175 • Cleveland East/OH • 40(H) 41(A) • F 22-32 .688 49 2.9 25-1 104 6.1 85-111 .766 213 8.2 50-0 377 14.5 103-141 .730 206 8.2 50-1 487 19.5 210-284 .739 468 6.9 125-2 968 14.2

STOREY, Victor 6-3 175 • Lowell/MA • 6 • C-G-F 1939 6 3- 0- 6 1.0 1941 5 4- 3-5 .600 3- 11 2.2 1942 13 10- 3- 23 1.8 TOT. 24 17- 6- 40 1.7 STROTHER, Steve (Stro) 6-3 185 • Dorchester/MA • 5 • G 1975 16 107 17-39 .436 12-22 .545 16 1.0 8 28 13 2 19-1 46 2.9 1976 27 536 76-167 .455 62-87 .713 55 2.1 78 85 30 3 49-2 216 8.0 TOT. 43 643 93-206 .451 74-109 .679 71 1.7 86 113 43 5 68-3 262 6.1 SULLIVAN, John (Jack) 6-4 215 • Malden Catholic/MA • C -F-G 1943 3 4- 1- 9 3.0 1946 11 50- 24- 124 11.3 1947 18 60- 28- 148 8.2 TOT. 32 115- 53- 281 8.8 SULLIVAN, William 5-10 165 • DeLaSalle/RI • 11 • G 1971 1 0- 0- 0 0.0 SUPPLE, Leo Dean Academy/MA 1927 1 0- 1- 1 1.0 SWARTZ, James (Jim) 1957 15 60-157 .382 1958 24 111-283 .392 1959 27 125-314 .398 TOT. 66 296-754 .393

5-11 184 • Cathedral Prep/St. John’s/NY • 4 3, 17 • G 48-64 .750 16-0 168 11.2 29-52 .558 69 2.8 31-0 251 10.4 39-60 .650 75 2.7 40-0 289 10.7 116-176 .659 87-0 708 10.7

SWEENEY, Paul 6-1 195 • Taft School/MA • 18 • 1938 12 5- 2- 12 1939 10 6- 4- 16 1940 10 4- 2- 10 TOT. 32 15- 8- 38

G-C 1.0 1.6 1.0 1.2

SZYBILSKI, Piotr (Pete) 6-10 245 • Brewster Academy/Poland • 40 • C 1995 25 198 19-38 .500 1-2 .500 22-32 .688 44 1.8 4 7 4 11 27-0 61 2.4 1996 27 253 30-56 .536 0-2 .000 28-41 .683 60 2.2 3 16 10 15 52-0 88 3.3 TOT. 52 451 49-94 .521 1-4 .250 50-73 .685 104 2.1 7 23 14 26 79-0 149 2.9 1994-Redshirt SZYDLA, Stan Ware/MA • 9 • G-F 1927 11 8- 8- 24 2.2 1928 15 16- 8- 40 2.7 1929 20 16- 7- 39 2.0 1930 19 17- 17- 51 2.7 TOT. 65 57- 40- 154 2.4 TEBBETTS, George (Birdie) 1932 4 3- TEDESCO, Ralph (Teddy) 1954 16 54- 1955 20 65-195 .333 1956 16 31-76 .408 TOT. 52 150-

5-11 1/2 170 • N ashua/NH • F-G 0- 6 1.5 6-0 180 • St. Francis Prep/NY • 22 • G-F 20- 128 8.0 29-54 .537 96 4.8 38-2 159 7.9 14-22 .636 33 2.0 16-0 76 4.7 63- 363 7.0

TENZYK, Ron 6-2 175 • Valhalla/NY • 15 • G 1979 10 27 5-6 .833 2-4 .500 2 0.2 0 4 0 7-0 12 1.2 1980 10 30 4-8 .500 0-0 .000 4 0.4 3 3 1 0 2-0 8 0.8 TOT. 20 57 9-14 .643 2-4 .500 6 0.3 3 7 0 9-0 20 1.0 THISSELL, George 6-2 185 • Needham/MA • 5 • G 1981 7 14 2-2 1.000 2-4 .500 1 0.2 1 1 0 0 0-0 6 1.0

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6-9 215 •  Islip/Suffolk Comm. College/NY •  23 • C-F 10-18 .556 39 3.9 8 11 5 9 18-1 46 4.6

THORPE, Otis 6-10 235 • Lake Worth/FL • 3 3 • C 1981 26 668 100-194 .515 50-76 .657 137 5.3 11 42 16 12 69-4 250 9.6 1982 27 942 153-283 .540 74-115 .643 216 8.0 36 74 11 26 93-7 380 14.1 1983 31 1041 204-321 .636 91-138 .659 249 8.0 24 83 21 26 113-9 499 16.1 1984 29 1051 167-288 .580 162-248 .653 300 10.3 36 67 29 43 92-3 496 17.1 TOT. 113 3702 624-1086 .575 377-577 .653 902 8.0 107 266 77 107 367-23 1625 14.4 TIRICO, Frank 5-10 162 • All Hallows/NY • 1 6 • G-F 1956 23 128-271 .472 78-101 .772 68 2.9 42-1 314 13.6 1957 20 70-173 .405 51-75 .680 31-1 191 9.6 1958 18 30-83 .361 13-24 .542 24 1.3 21-0 73 4.0 TOT. 61 228-527 .433 142-200 .710 94-2 578 9.5 TOWLE, Gary 6-2 165 • Cony/ME • 10 • G 1979 25 195 39-81 .481 7-10 .700 2 0.1 13 16 1 12-0 85 3.4 1980 13 57 7-15 .467 4-5 .800 5 0.4 2 1 1 0 10-0 18 1.4 TOT. 38 252 46-96 .479 11-15 .733 7 0.2 15 17 1 22-0 103 2.7 TRAUGOTT, Stephen 6-5 208 • Iona Prep/NY • 35 • F 2001 3 11 1-6 .167 0-1 .000 1-2 .500 1 0.3 2 0 1 0 1-0 3 1.0 2002 2 2 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1 0.5 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0 2003 4 3 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 2 0.5 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0 TOT. 9 16 1-8 .125 0-1 .000 1-2 .500 4 0.4 2 0 1 0 1-0 3 0.3 TUCKER, Ricky 5-11 160 • Overbrook/PA • 10 • G 1980 27 992 94-198 .474 39-53 .735 51 1.9 143 89 32 0 68-2 227 8.4 1981 28 758 78-193 .404 27-35 .771 22 0.7 104 83 24 3 40-0 183 6.5 1982 27 658 74-166 .445 44-55 .800 29 1.1 85 49 24 5 36-0 192 7.1 1983 31 896 92-210 .438 33-40 .825 57 1.8 188 59 42 5 63-0 217 7.0 TOT. 113 3304 338-767 .441 143-183 .781 159 1.4 520 280 122 13 207-2 819 7.2 TULLY, Jim 1921 3 2- 0- 4

F 1.3

TURBRIDY, David 5-8 150 • No. Providence/RI • 10(H) 11(A) • G 1965 4 3-6 .500 3-5 .600 2 0.5 1-0 9 2.2 1966 2 0- 4- 4 2.0 TOT. 6 3- 7- 13 2.2 TURNER, Tony 6-7 205 • Banneker High/GA • 32 • F-C 1990 16 112 16-39 .410 5-14 .357 5-8 .625 22 1.4 8 4 5 4 17-0 42 2.6 1991 30 391 42-136 .309 15-63 .238 14-18 .777 58 1.9 28 28 10 8 77-0 113 3.8 1992 31 355 39-91 .429 16-41 .390 5-9 .556 64 2.1 22 25 7 14 48-1 99 3.2 1993 33 761 128-269 .476 55-134 .410 47-60 .783 130 3.9 35 44 37 24 78-2 358 10.8 TOT. 110 1619 225-535 .421 91-252 .361 71-95 .747 274 2.5 93 101 59 50 220-3 612 5.6 VAN DE WALLE, Sean 6-5 240 • Fenwick/Ill • 25 • F 2004 3 4 1-3 .333 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 1 0.3 0 1 0 0 1-0 3 1.0 2005 3 2 0-3 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1 0.3 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0.0