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TABLE OF CONTENTS Inside Table of Contents/Credits 2 Media/Sports Information 3 Quick Facts

2012-13 Rangers

4 Rosters 6 2012-13 Preview Returners 8 Dionte Goodlett 9 Demitrius Owens 10 Jon Conley 11 Greg Lee 12 Dylan King Newcomers 13 Jarrett Green/Joe Bodman 14 Billy Hansen/Kevin Marshall 15 Mark Waller/Corbin Green 16 Radio/TV Roster

Coaches 18 19 20 21 22

Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Eric Daniels/Steve Ledesma Coaching History

2011-12 Ranger Review 24 25 26

2011-12 Game-by-Game 2011-12 Season results 2011-12 Season stats

2012-13 Opponents 28 28 28

Johnson & Wales/Air Force Haskell/Dallas Baptist/Metro St. CSU-Pueblo

The 2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball Media Guide was written and designed by Sports Information Director Jeremy Phillips. Editing assistance from Assistant Sports Information Director Sarah Otteman and the Regis men’s basketball staff.

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UC-Colorado Springs/Chadron St. Western N.M./N.M. Highlands Colorado Mines Colorado Christian/Fort Lewis Adams St./Western St. Colorado Mesa

RMAC 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

RMAC Information RMAC Information RMAC Information RMAC Information Standings/All-RMAC Teams RMAC Stats Leaders RMAC Champions RMAC Team/Individual Records

Regis History/Records 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57

1000 Point Club Team Season Year-by-Year Stats Points Records Field Goal Records Field Goal Percentage Records 3-Point Records 3-Point Percentage Records Free Throw Records Free Throw Percentage Recrods Rebound Records Assist Records Block Records Steal Records Games Played/Started Records Team Season Records Team Game Records Letterwinners Year-by-Year Results

Photo Credits: Brett Stakelin, Sarah Otteman, Hayley Sprenger, Art Blisten, Jake Strait, and Jeremy Phillips. RMAC pictures supplied by Sarah Meier, Assistant Commissioner of the RMAC. Pictures of Regis Unviersity supplied by the Regis University University Relations Department.

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Year-by-Year Results Year-by-Year Results Year-by-Year Results Year-by-Year Results Year-by-Year Results Detailed Record by Team Detailed Record by Team Detailed Record by Team Detailed Record by Team Detailed Record by Team Detailed Record by Team Detailed Record by Team Series Records

About Regis/Denver

72 About Regis 73 About Regis 74 Administration/Coaches 75 Athletics Directory 76 Facilities 77 Facilities Inside About Denver Back Cover

Schedule/Team Picture

Mission Statement: The Regis University athletics department seeks to encourage the success of studentathletes by reaching their maximum potential in athletic competition, academic progress and personal development, through an environment of accountability, service and tradition.


WIN GRADUATE Media Services

The 2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball Media Guide is designed to assist the media in its coverage of Ranger basketball. Additional information, including releases and photographs may be obtained by contacting the Regis University Sports Information Office at (303) 458-4052.

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Jeremy Phillips

Jeremy Phillips enters his fifth season as the Regis University Sports Information Director after being hired on Nov. 19, 2007. He serves as the media relations liason, department statistician and is the webmaster for the athletic department’s official website. He also proMedia Credentials motes all 12 Regis athletic programs All requests for press, broadcast and and the successes of all student-athphoto credentials for home volleyball letes and coaches. Phillips also is also matches should be directed to Jeremy a member of the Regis Athletic Hall Phillips at jsphilli@regis.edu. Requests of Fame board and the College Sports must be made at least one week before Information Directors of America (Cothe match. SIDA). Player Interviews Phillips was previously Sports All media requests for interviews with Information Director at Wayne State Regis men’s basketball players should be College, in Wayne, Neb. from 2000-03. directed to Jeremy Phillips at 303-458He was instrumental in developing a 4052, preferably 24 hours in advance. new website for the 16 intercollegiate The best time for in-season interviews is sports. He began at Wayne State as the after practice at the Regis Fieldhouse. Graduate Assistant Sports Information Regis is tentatively scheduled to Director handling all communications practice from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. or from for volleyball and women’s basketball. 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. during the season. A 2000 graduate of Briar Cliff With advance notice, interviews can be University in Sioux City, Iowa with a arranged for other hours, depending on Bachelor of Arts degree in Sport Manstudent-athlete class schedules. agement. He competed on the men’s basketball team, while also a student Coach Porter Interviews assistant in the Briar Cliff sports inforThe best time to reach Coach Lonnie mation office. Porter for an interview is weekdays after Phillips resides in Aurora and has practice. Interviews with Coach Porter two sons Whitaker and Sutton. should be scheduled through Jeremy Phillips by calling (303) 458-4052. Postgame Interviews The Regis men’s basketball locker room is closed to the media. If you want an interview with any player or coach please contact Jeremy Phillips on press row right before the game is over or shortly after the match ends. Press row for Regis men’s basketball games is located on the floor of the fieldhouse. Media is to sit on the south end of press row. Photography For photographers, courtside areas have been set aside along the end line on the North and South side of the Regis FieldhouseAdditionally you may take photos from anywhere on the balcony. Contact Jeremy Phillips at least 24 hours prior to the match.

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Sarah Otteman

Sports Information Director Asst. Sports Information Director Sarah Otteman enters her second year as Assistant Sports Information Director. A native of Lockport, Ill., Otteman graduated in 2011 from University of the Ozarks in Clarksville, Ark. where she earned a B.A. in strategic communcations. Sarah was the student assistant at University of the Ozarks her senior year. She helped with men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, and softball. She assisted with media guide publications that would lead to national awards from CoSIDa “College” category which includes NCAA II, NCAA III, NAIA and junior colleges. The sports recognized include Baseball (1st in nation), Men’s Soccer (2nd), and Softball (3rd). At Regis, she is the main contact for men’s and women’s soccer, men and women’s cross country, women’s basketball, and softball. Sarah played four years of softball at Ozarks earning all-conference honorable mention as a freshman and a junior. She was also a member and Secretary of the Student Athletes’ Advisory Committee.

Contact Information Website:

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Radio Press row has one phone line for visiting radio. Requests for live radio should be made to Jeremy Phillips.

Jeremy Phillips - Sports Information Director Office: 303-458-4052 Cell: 303-258-6399 E-Mail: jsphilli@regis.edu

Internet Access High-speed wireless Internet access is available on press row for Regis volleyball matches. For more information on how to access the secure network, contact Jeremy Phillips.

Sarah Otteman - Assistant Sports Information Director Office: 303-458-4070 Cell: 815-545-0497 E-Mail: sotteman@regis.edu

Playby-play sheets and final statistics will be distributed.


2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball

2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball Quick Facts GENERAL

COACHING STAFF

Name of School...................................Regis University

Head Coach ............................................ Lonnie Porter Alma Mater, Yr ................................ Adams State, 1965 Record at School (yrs.) ................. 517-446 (.537) (35) Career Record (yrs.) ............................................. Same Men’s Basketball Office Phone ............(303) 458-4053 Best Time of Day to Call ......................8 a.m. to Noon Assistant Coaches..Eric Daniels (Johnson & Wales, 08) .......................................... Steve Ledesma (Regis, 2011) Athletic Trainer ....................................... Gregg Harper

City/Zip ......................................Denver, Colo./80221 Founded ...............................................................1877 Enrollment ..........................................................1,900 Nickname ........................................................ Rangers School Colors............Navy Blue (289) and Gold (116) Arena ..................................................Regis Fieldhouse Capacity ..............................................................1,800 Affiliation ........................................NCAA Division II Conference .. Rocky Mountain Athletic Conf. (RMAC) President ............................... Fr. John Fitzgibbons, S.J. Alma Mater ................................... St. Louis University Athletics Director ..................................... Ann Martin Alma Mater, Yr. ................. Rockhurst University, 2001 Athletic Dept. Phone ..........................(303) 458-4070 Ticket Office Phone ............................(303) 458-4070

HISTORY First year of Men’s Basketball ............................... 1946 Overall all-time record.......................... 928-781 (.543) No. years in NCAA Tourn./last ................. 4 (3-5)/1996 Last NCAA post-season opponent ....... Fort Hays State Result ...............................................................L, 69-97

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director .................Jeremy Phillips SID Office Phone................................. (303) 458-4052 Cell Phone ........................................... (303) 258-6399 SID Email ..........................................jsphilli@regis.edu Graduate Assistant SID ......................... Sarah Otteman Cell Phone ........................................... (815) 545-0497 Graduate Assistant Email .............. sotteman@regis.edu Men’s Basketball SID .............................Jeremy Phillips SID Fax ................................................ (303) 964-3659 SID Mailing Address ................ 3333 Regis Blvd., F-20 .......................................Denver, Colorado 80221-1099 Website ................................................ regisrangers.com REGISRANGERS.COM

TEAM INFORMATION Overall Record in 2011-12 ........5-21, 5-10 (H), 0-11 (A) RMAC Record/Finish .................................. 2-20, 13th Final Ranking in 2011-12 .....................................N/A Starters Returning/Lost ...........................................3/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost .................................5/7

MEDIA INFORMATION Radio Station ................... KRCX (RU Student Radio) Radio Number .................................... (303) 964-5392 Play-by-Play Voice ................................................TBA Newspapers The Denver Post 101 W. Colfax Ave. Denver, Colorado 80202 Phone: (303) 954-1294 Email: sports@denverpost.com Mile High News P.O. Box 17270 Golden, Colorado 80402 Phone: (303) 279-5541 Email: sportsdesk@milehighnews.com Your Hub www.yourhub.com The Highlander Regis University Email: highlandersubs@gmail.com

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Numerical Roster No. Name

Cl.

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Hometown/Previous School (High School)

1 2 3 4 5 15 21 22 45

Jarrett Green Joseph Bodman Billy Hansen Jon Conley Kevin Marshall Greg Lee Dylan King Dionte Goodlett Demitrius Owens

Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr.

G F G F G F G G F

6-2 6-7 6-3 6-4 6-0 6-5 6-6 6-2 6-5

190 220 185 225 155 215 180 200 205

Chandler, Ariz./Mesa CC/Yavapai CC (Dobson HS) Post Falls, Idaho/Shoreline CC (Post Falls HS) Ashland, Ore./Ashland HS Los Angeles, Calif./Ribet Academy Wilsonville, Ore./Wilsonville HS Memphis, Tenn./Arlington HS Pukalani, Hawaii/Seabury Hall HS Menifee, Calif./Yavapai JC (Paloma Valley HS)

52 53

Mark Waller Corbin Green

Fr. Jr.

F F

6-7 6-7

245 210

St. Louis, Mo./Parkway South HS Salt Lake City, Utah/Utah/Snow College (Olympus HS)

San Leandro, Calif./San Jose College/Cal St.-East Bay (San Leandro HS)

Head Coach: Lonnie Porter, 36th Year (Adams State) 517-446, .537 Assistant Coaches: Eric Daniels, Steve Ledesma

Alphabetical Roster No. Name

Cl.

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Hometown/Previous School (High School)

2 4 22 53 1 3 21 15 5 45

Joseph Bodman Jon Conley Dionte Goodlett Corbin Green Jarrett Green Billy Hansen Dylan King Greg Lee Kevin Marshall Demitrius Owens

Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr.

F F G F G G G F G F

6-7 6-4 6-2 6-7 6-2 6-3 6-6 6-5 6-0 6-5

220 225 200 210 190 185 180 215 155 205

Post Falls, Idaho/Shoreline CC (Post Falls HS) Los Angeles, Calif./Ribet Academy Menifee, Calif./Yavapai JC (Paloma Valley HS) Salt Lake City, Utah/Utah/Snow College (Olympus HS) Chandler, Ariz./Mesa CC/Yavapai CC (Dobson HS) Ashland, Ore./Ashland HS Pukalani, Hawaii/Seabury Hall HS Memphis, Tenn./Arlington HS Wilsonville, Ore./Wilsonville HS

52

Mark Waller

Fr.

F

6-7

245

St. Louis, Mo./Parkway South HS

Pronunciation Guide: Joseph Bodman BOD (like sod)-mun Dionte Goodlett DEE-on-tay

San Leandro, Calif./San Jose College/Cal St.-East Bay (San Leandro HS)

By Class: Senior (2) Goodlett, Owens Junior (4) Bodman, Conley, C. Green, J. Green, Lee Sophomore (1) King Freshman (3) Hansen, Marshall, Waller

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2012 SEASON PREVIEW

Demitrius Owens

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Rangers Hopeful for Post-Season Berth The 2012-13 Regis University men’s basketball team will put together a team that is hopeful for a post-season berth, their first since 2007-08. Regis will have a good mix of returners and newcomers that will add depth to the Rangers. Guards Senior Dionte Goodlett returns after starting 25 games and leading the team in scoring at 11.7 per contest. A slasher, Goodlett led the team with 128 made free throws which ranks ninth all time in ones season at Regis. He also topped the team with 54 assists. Sophomore Dylan King can play either the two or three position and will be looked upon to use his length to give defenses and offenses troubles. King played in 25 games and point in 3.7 points per game. Junior Jarrett Green comes to Regis from Mesa Community College where he led the team with 40 three-point baskets last season while knocking down 42.5 percent from deep. He averaged 9.7 points per game as s sophomore. Freshman point guard Kevin Marshall comes to Regis from Wilsonville, Ore. and brings winning ways as he led Wilsonville High School to a 101-15 record in four seasons. He averaged 18.4 points per game as a senior and left the school as the third all-time leading scorer and top assist man. Freshman Billy Hansen will add depth at the two-guard with his defense stretching threepoint shooting. The Ashland, Ore. native led the state of Oregon in scoring at 22.9 points per game, while also grabbing 7.4 rebounds and dishing out 3.6 assists per contest. Forwards Senior Demitrius Owens was second for the Rangers in scoring last season at 11.2 points per game and ranked fourth in the RMAC in rebounding at 8.0. He was named All-RMAC Third Team a season ago, while starting all 26 games. The southpaw led the Rangers averaging 1.5 steals per game, seventh best in the RMAC. Junior Jon Conley made 24 starts in 2011-12 and was fifth on the team aveaging 5.0 points per game. He ranked second on the team hitting on 50.0 percent from the field, while grabbing 4.1 rebounds per contest. Junior Greg Lee, who has been hampered by injuries, saw action in 16 contests. Junior Corbin Green transferred into Regis from the University of Utah. Green will also be called upon to stretch the defense with his outside shooting prowess. Green was a two-time First Team AllUtah at Olympus High School in Salt Lake City, Utah. Junior Joseph Bodman will begin playing following the first semester and will have three semesters of eligibility remaining. Bodman last played at Shoreline College where he was named Second Team All-NWAACC as a sophomore where he ranked second in the NWAACC with 11.1 rebounds per contest. Center Freshman Mark Waller brings his 6-7, 245 frame to patrol the paint. Waller, a native of Ballwin, Mo. was named First Team All-Suburban West Conference as a senior while averaging 12.4 points and 6.0 rebounds per game.

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2012 PLAYER PROFILES

Dionte Goodlett

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WIN GRADUATE LEAD DIONTE GOODLETT

#22

Guard 6-2 Senior Menifee, Calif. Yavapai JC Paloma Valley HS

About Dionte

Parent: LaResha Smith Place of Birth: San Diego, Calif. Major: Marketing

Career Bests Category Points: Minutes: FGM: FGA: 3FGM: 3FGA: FTM: FTA: Off. Reb.: Def. Reb.: Total Reb.: Assist: Steals: Blocks:

Season 2011-12 TOTAL

GP-GS 26-25 26-25

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No.

23 38 6 15 3 8 10 13 3 7 8 7 3 1

Min. 814 814

Opponent, Date

at Western St., 1/28/12 Twice Twice Neb.-Kearney, 2/10/12 Twice Colo. Mines, 2/4/12 Langston, 11/12/11 Twice Twice Twice Colo. Christian, 2/6/12 Colo. Christian, 2/6/12 at Chadron St., 12/9/11 Seven times

Avg. 31.3 31.3

FG 79 79

FGA 217 217

.Pct .364 .364

2011-12, Junior Played in all 26 games and started all but one of them...led the team in scoring at 11.7 points per game, scoring 305 points...led the team with 814 miuntes played, an average of 31.3 minutes per game...led the Rangers with 128 made free throws, ninth most in Regis history...led the team with 54 assists, a 2.1 average...scored in double figures in 16 contests...tallied season-high 23 points against Western State on Jauary 28th. He went 6-for11 from the field including 3-of-4 from long range, while putting in all eight free throw attempts...had season-high seven assists and eight rebounds in the Rangers’ 20-point victory over Colorado Christian on February 6th

3FG 19 19

3FGA 63 63

Pct. .302 .302

FT 128 128

FTA 192 192

Pct. .667 .667

Off. 19 19

Def. 54 54

Yavapai Junior College Spent two seasons at Yavapai Junior College in Prescott, Ariz...named YJC Student-Athlete of the Year in 201011...third on the team averging 10.9 points per game...averaged 5.5 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 1.7 steals per game in 2010-11...led the team with 130 free throws made and 211 attempts West Linn High School A 2009 graduate of Paloma Valley High School in Menifee, Calif...averaged 17.5 ppg during his junior year and 17.1 as a senior...earned First Team All-Sunbelt League both as a junior and senior...First Team All-CIF Southern Section in 2008-09

Tot. 73 73

Avg. 2.8 2.8

Ast. 54 54

TO 84 84

Blk. 7 7

Stl. 22 22

Pts. 305 305

Avg. 11.7 11.7


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DEMITRIUS OWENS

#45

Forward 6-5 Senior San Leandro, Calif. Cal. St. East Bay San Jose City College San Leandro HS Awards 2011-12 All-RMAC Third Team...RMAC Defensive Player of the Week (November 28, 2011)

About Demitrius

Parents: Alan Owens and Christina Owens Place of Birth: Columbus, Ohio Major: Business

Career Bests Category Points: Minutes: FGM: FGA: 3FGM: 3FGA: FTM: FTA: Off. Reb.: Def. Reb.: Total Reb.: Assist: Steals: Blocks:

Season 2011-12 TOTAL

GP-GS 26-26 26-26

No.

22 42 10 14 2 4 7 9 8 9 15 4 3 3

Min. 778 778

Opponent, Date

Fort Lewis, 1/21/12 Sioux Falls, 11/26/11 Fort Lewis, 1/21/12 Twice Twice Colo. Mines, 2/4/12 Sioux Falls, 11/26/11 Sioux Falls, 11/26/11 at Colo. Christian, 1/6/12 Twice at Colo. Christian, 1/6/12 Adams St., 1/20/12 Five times Sioux Falls, 11/26/11

Avg. 29.9 29.9

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FG 102 102

FGA 230 230

.Pct .443 .443

2011-12, Junior Started all 26 games...ranked fourth in the RMAC in rebounding at 8.0 per contest...second on the team averaging 11.2 points per game, scoring 292 points...ranked seventh in the RMAC and led the Rangers aveaging 1.5 steals per contest, 39 total...had 14 games scoring in double figures...led the Rangers with six double-doubles... had eight double-figure rebounding games...grabbed season-high 15 rebounds playing all 40 minutes against Colorado Christian on January 6th... had five games with at least three steals

3FG 7 7

3FGA 14 14

Pct. .500 .500

FT 81 81

FTA 124 124

Pct. .653 .653

Off. 88 88

Def. 121 121

San Jose City College Played at San Jose City College in San Jose, Calif. during the 2010-11 season...averaged 13.9 points per game, with a high-game of 29...also grabbed nine rebounds per contest...earned Second Team All-League in 2010-11 California State University-East Bay Spent the 2009-10 season at Californiat State University-East Bay in Hayward, Calif...played in 24 contests while making eight starts...averaged 5.5 ppg and led the team with 13 blocked shots...second on the team with a 1.0 steal per contest average San Leandro High School A 2009 graduate of San Leandro High School in San Leandro, Calif... First Team All-League in Basketball... Second Team All-League in Football... four-year Honor Roll Student

Tot. 209 209

Avg. 8.0 8.0

Ast. 44 44

TO 41 41

Blk. 19 19

Stl. 39 39

Pts. 292 292

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Avg. 11.2 11.2


WIN GRADUATE LEAD JON CONLEY

#4

Forward 6-4 Junior Los Angeles, Calif. Ribet Academy 2011-12, Sophomore Played in all 26 games while making 24 starts...fifth on the team averaging 8.0 points per game...hit on 50.0 percent (81-162) from the field...grabbed 4.1 rebounds per game, third most on the team...scored a season-high 25 points against Sioux Falls on November 26th...he went 7-for-11 from the field and 11-for-16 from the charity stripe against USF...grabbed seasonhigh seven rebounds, three different times

About Jon

Parent: Donna Taylor Place of Birth: Los Angeles, Calif. Major: Sociology

Career Bests Category Points: Minutes: FGM: FGA: 3FGM: 3FGA: FTM: FTA: Off. Reb.: Def. Reb.: Total Reb.: Assist: Steals: Blocks:

Season 2010-11 2011-12 TOTAL

No.

25 34 7 15 0 1 11 16 6 6 9 4 3 1

GP-GS 26-4 26-24 52-28

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Opponent, Date

Sioux Falls, 11/26/11 Sioux Falls, 11/26/11 Four times Twice at Adams St., 1/21/11 Sioux Falls, 11/26/11 Sioux Falls, 11/26/11 Twice Twice N.M. Highlands, 2/18/11 Three times N.M. Highlands, 2/18/11 11 times

Min. 516 495 1011

Avg. 19.8 19.0 19.4

FG 90 81 171

FGA 184 162 346

.Pct .489 .500 .494

2010-11, Freshman Had a .489 field goal percentage..had 98 total rebounds averaging 3.8 a game...averaged 9.0 points a game... had 17 points, five rebounds and one blocked shot against Colorado Mines on February 4th...had 18 points in the 67-66 win against University of Colorado-Colorado Springs on January 14th

3FG 0 0 0

3FGA 1 0 1

Pct. .000 N/A .000

FT 53 46 99

FTA 87 71 158

Pct. .609 .648 .627

Off. 52 35 87

Def. 46 71 117

Ribet Academy A 2010 graduate of Ribet Academy in Los Angeles, Calif...as a senior averaged 21.2 points, 3.5 assists, 1.8 blocks, 13.1 rebounds, and 2.8 steals per game...was named the John Wooden Player of the Year...was also named the CIF Player of the year in 2010... also earned the Harbor League MVP in both 2009 and 2010...earned spots on the Amare Stoudemire, the Each One Teach One and St John Bosco AllTournament teams...as a sophomore averaged 18.5 points, 11.5 rebounds, and 2.5 steals per contest...his junior campaign he put up 22.6 points per contest while grabbing 19.4 rebounds per game...played four years of basketball, two years of football and ran one year of track

Tot. 98 106 204

Avg. 3.8 4.1 3.9

Ast. 23 27 50

TO 48 46 94

Blk. 4 7 11

Stl. 19 18 37

Pts. 233 208 441

Avg. 9.0 8.0 8.5


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GREG LEE

#15

Forward 6-5 Junior Memphis, Tenn. Arlington HS 2011-12, Sophomore Saw action in 16 games off the bench...scored 14 points on the season and grabbed 11 rebounds...hit on 66.7 percent from the charity stripe...scored season-high four points against Colorado Mines on January 7th

About Greg

Parents: Greg B. Lee, Sr. and Linda J. Lee Place of Birth: Memphis, Tenn. Major: Business Marketing

Career Bests Category Points: Minutes: FGM: FGA: 3FGM: 3FGA: FTM: FTA: Off. Reb.: Def. Reb.: Total Reb.: Assist: Steals: Blocks:

Season 2010-11 2011-12 TOTAL

No.

11 29 5 8 0 0 6 10 7 4 9 3 4 2

GP-GS 24-13 16-0 40-13

Opponent, Date

2010, Freshman Had two steals and one blocked shot against Nebraska-Kearney on Decembe 11th...had six rebounds and one blocked shot against Colorado Christian University on January 7th...had a total of 73 points in a logged 338 minutes as a freshman

Arlington High School A 2010 graduate of Arlington High School in Arlington, Tenn...was a four-year letterwinner in basketball... averaged 15 points, 10 rebounds, four assists, three blocks and two steals per contest as a senior...was named Third Team All-Conference in both his junior and senior campaigns

at Western St., 1/2/11 Maryville, 11/24/10 at Western St., 1/2/11 Twice Colo. Christian, 1/7/11 Colo. Christian, 1/7/11 Johnson & Wales, 1/12/11 Three times Johnson & Wales, 1/12/11 Twice Maryville, 11/24/10 Three times

Min. 338 128 466

Avg. 14.1 8.0 11.7

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FG 27 6 33

FGA 67 15 82

.Pct .403 .400 .402

3FG 0 0 0

3FGA 0 0 0

Pct. N/A N/A N/A

FT 19 2 21

FTA 40 3 43

Pct. .475 .667 .488

Off. 22 5 27

Def. 33 6 39

Tot. 55 11 66

Avg. 2.3 0.7 1.7

Ast. 14 7 21

TO 37 7 44

Blk. 13 5 18

Stl. 14 7 21

Pts. 73 14 87

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WIN GRADUATE LEAD DYLAN KING

#21

Guard 6-6 Sophomore Pukalani, Hawaii Seabury Hall HS 2011-12, Freshman Played in 25 games as a true freshman while making two starts...averaged 3.7 points per game...averaged 13.3 minutes per game...connected on 10 threepoint baskets...had seven blocks... scored season-high 14 points against Adams State on January 20th...he connected for 4-of-6 from the field and a perfect 5-for-5 from the charity stripe in the same game

About Dylan

Parents: John King and Kim Abrahamson Place of Birth: Wailukum, Hawaii Major: Undecided

Career Bests Category Points: Minutes: FGM: FGA: 3FGM: 3FGA: FTM: FTA: Off. Reb.: Def. Reb.: Total Reb.: Assist: Steals: Blocks:

Season 2011-12 TOTAL

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Seabury High School A 2011 graduate of Seabury Hall High School in Makawao, Hawaii...as a senior averaged 22.4 points and seven rebounds per contest...as a junior put in 18.6 points and hauled down 4.5 rpg...two-time Maui Interscholastic League Player of the Year...three-time First Team All-MIL...two-time Hawaii All-State Honorable Mention...twice led Seabury to a seventh place finish at the state tournament...lettered three years in basketball and once each in volleyball and baseball

Opponent, Date

14 Adams St., 1/20/12 25 at Metro St., 2/25/12 4 Twice 7 Three times 2 Langston, 11/12/11 3 Eight times 5 Adams St., 1/20/12 5 Adams St., 1/20/12 1 Nine times 2 Four times 3 at Colo. Mines, 1/7/12 3 at UC-Colo. Springs, 1/13/12 4 at UC-Colo. Springs, 1/13/12 2 Twice

GP-GS 25-2 25-2

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Min. 332 332

Avg. 13.3 13.3

FG 34 34

FGA 99 99

.Pct .343 .343

3FG 10 10

3FGA 43 43

Pct. .233 .233

FT 15 15

FTA 24 24

Pct. .625 .625

Off. 9 9

Def. 16 16

Tot. 25 25

Avg. 1.0 1.0

Ast. 20 20

TO 20 20

Blk. 7 7

Stl. 8 8

Pts. 93 93

Avg. 3.7 3.7


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JARRETT GREEN

#1

Guard 6-2 Junior Chandler, Ariz. Mesa CC Yavapai CC Dobson HS

About Jarrett

Parents: Melissa Green and Johnny Green Place of Birth: El Paso, Texas Major: Business Marketing

Honors/Awards

2009-10 First Team All-East Valley League 2009-10 Honorable Mention All-State 2008-09 Second Team All-East Valley League

Mesa Community College Spent one season at Mesa Community College in Mesa, Ariz. after transferring from Yavapai CC following the termination of Yavapai’s men’s basketball program...averaged 9.7 points per game as a sophomore...led the team with 40 three-point baskets, knocking down 42.5 percent of his three-point attempts...second on the team averaging 2.1 assists per game Yavapai Community College Spent one season at Yavapai Community College in Prescott, Ariz...averaged 7.6 points per game as a freshman at YCC...connected on 78 percent from the free throw line...third on the team with a 3.1 assist per game average

Dobson High School A 2010 graduate of Dobson High School in Mesa, Ariz...as a senior he averaged 14.4 points and 3.6 rebounds per game...shot 48 percent from the floor and 81 percent from the charity stripe...as a junior averaged 10.0 points per game while leading the team with 46 three-point baskets...as a senior he earned First Team All-East Valley League...also named Honorable Mention All-State in 2009-10...won the 5A1 State Three-Point Shootout following his senior season...named Second Team All-East Valley as a junior... earned three letters in basketball... played for Arizona Magic and Joe Ward All-Stars

JOSEPH BODMAN

#2

Forward 6-7 Junior Post Falls, Idaho Shoreline CC Post Falls HS

About Joseph

Parents: Joseph and Gwen Bodman Birth Date: June 16, 1988 Major: Business

Honors/Awards

2011-12 Second Team All-NWAACC Starter in the NWAACC All-Star Game

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Shoreline College Played for two seasons at Shoreline College in Shoreline, Wash...was named Second Team All-NWAACC as a sophomore...ranked second in the NWAACC in rebounding last season at 11.1...also averaged 14.5 points per game in 11-12...as a freshman averaged eight points and five rebounds... was a starter in the NWAACC All-Star Game...career highs are 25 points and 21 rebounds Post Falls High School A 2006 graduate of Post Falls High School in Post Falls, Idaho

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#3

Guard 6-3 Freshman Ashland, Ore. Ashland HS

About Billy

Parents: Ron Hansen and Ingrid Hansen Place of Birth: Ashland, Ore. Major: Undecided

Honors/Awards

2011-12 First Team All-Southern Oregon Hybrid 2011-12 McDonalds All-America nominee 2011-12 Oregon Basketball Senior All-Star Game MVP

Ashland High School A 2012 graduate of Ashland High School in Ashland, Ore...led the state of Oregon in scoring as a senior at 22.9 points per game...also grabbed 7.4 rebounds and dished out 3.6 assists per game...First Team All-Southern Oregon Hybrid as a senior...McDonalds All-America nominee...earned First Team All-State in baseball... earned Oregon basketball senior AllStar Game MVP...lettered four times in basketball and three in baseball...hit .447 as a senior and Oregon in hitting as a junior at .542...holds every major AHS scoring record

KEVIN MARSHALL

#5

Guard 6-0 Freshman Wilsonville, Ore. Wilsonville HS

About Kevin

Parents: Brian Marshall and Erika Marshall Place of Birth: Salt Lake City, Utah Major: Business

Honors/Awards 2011-12 2011-12 Year 2010-11 Year 2011-12 2010-11

First Team All-State NW Oregon Conference Player of the NW Oregon Conference Player of the NW Oregon Conference First Team NW Oregon Conference First Team

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Wilsonville High School A 2012 graduate of Wilsonville High School in Wilsonville, Ore...played football and golf as well as basketball at WHS...named First Team All-State as a senior...named Northwestern Oregon Conference Player of the Year as a senior...two-time First Team AllNWOC honoree...led Wilsonville to a fifth place finish at the 2011-12 Oregon State Tournament...averaged 18.4 points per game as a senior...dished out 6.3 assists per contest...Wilsonville was 101-15 in his four years as the point guard...left school as the third all-time leading scorer and leading assist man in a career...scored 1,169 points in his career...also had 438 career assists and 183 steals


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MARK WALLER

#52

Center 6-7 Freshman St. Louis, Mo. Parkway South HS

About Mark

Parents: Donald and JoAnn Waller Place of Birth: St. Louis, Mo. Major: Pre-Med

Honors/Awards 2011-12 ence 2010-11 ference 2011-12 2011-12

First Team All-Suburban West Confer-

Parkway South High School A 2012 graduate of Parkway South High School in Machester, Mo...earned four letters on the hardwood...named First Team All-Suburban West Conference as a senior...earned second team honors as a junior...named to Ameritime and MICDS All-Tournament teams as a senior...led PSHS to a 20-7 record in 2011-12...led the team averaging 12.4 points per game... topped the team grabbing 6.0 caroms per contest...led PSHS to 2010 district championship...as a senior led Parkway South to Suburban West Conference Championship

Second Team All-Suburban West ConAmeritime All-Tournament team MICDS All-Tournament team

CORBIN GREEN

#53

6-7 Junior Salt Lake City, Utah Utah Snow College Olympus HS Utah Spent one season at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah...saw action in one game during the 2011-12 season

About Corbin

Parents: Tori Miller and the late Brett Green Place of Birth: Salt Lake City, Utah Major: Communications

Honors/Awards 2009-10 2008-09 2008-09 2008-09 Team

Class 4A First Team All-State Class 4A First Team All-State Region 6 MVP State Championship All-Tournament

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led the team in scoring (15.2 ppg), rebounding (7.0 rpg) and free throw percentage (79.1)...was also second in field goal percentage (47.3) and blocks (16), third in steals (26) and added 41 assists

Snow College Spent two seasons at Snow College in Ephraim, Utah...took a redshirt during the 2010-11 season...during his freshman season he averaged 7.4 points per game and 2.4 rebounds per game Olympus High School As a senior, was named 4A First Team All-State by the Salt Lake Tribune and the Deseret News...also named AllState First Team as a junior...earned Region 6 MVP honors, leading Olympus to the 2009 region championship with a 13-1 record...named to state championship all-tournament team after OHS reached the semifinals...

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#1

#2

#4

#3

Jarrett Green

Joe Bodman

Billy Hansen

Jon Conley

6-2 • 190 • Jr. • G

6-7 • 220 • Jr. • F

6-3 • 185 • Fr. • G

6-4 • 225 • Jr. • F

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#22

#5

#15

Kevin Marshall

Greg Lee

Dylan King

Dionte Goodlett

5-10 • 155 • Fr. • G

6-5 • 215 • Jr. • F

6-6 • 180 • So. • G

6-2 • 200 • Sr. • G

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Demitrius Owens 6-5 • 205 • Sr. • F

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#52

Mark Waller

#53

Corbin Green

6-7 • 245 • Fr. • C

6-7 • 210 • Jr. • F

Lonnie Porter

Eric Daniels

Steve Ledesma

Head Coach

Assistant Coach

Grad. Asst. Coach


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LONNIE PORTER Head Coach

Porter Tidbits

• Inducted into the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame in March, 2001 • Most all-time victories by a Colorado collegiate men’s basketball coach • Five-time conference Coach of the Year • Twice Named regional / district Coach of the Year • Led RU to a .655 winning percentage in the 1990’s • Led Regis to four regular-season conference titles • Has coached Regis to seven 20-or-morewin seasons • Has posted a 517-446 (.537) career record in 35 years at the helm • Posted back-to-back 25-5 seasons in 1994-95 and 1995-96 • Led Regis to a pair of NCAA II Tournament appearances in 1994-95 and 1995-96 • 2001 Colorado Sports Hall of Fame inductee • Torch-Bearer for final Denver segment of the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Torch Relay • 2004 inductee into the RMAC Hall of Fame • Selected as one of 12 players on the RMAC All-Century Men’s Basketball Team in 2008-09 • Named one of Denver’s 150, honoring the top 150 individuals in the city’s 150-year history in 2008

More About Porter

• Education: Adams State, 1965 • Wife: Beverly “Sunny” Hobbs • Child: Staci Porter-Bentley

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36th Season

Adams State College (1965)

The “Dean” of Colorado men’s basketball coaches, Lonnie Porter, will put together his 36th different team during the winter of 2012-13. Porter has served at Regis longer than any other current men’s Colorado collegiate basketball mentor. In Division II, only two other men have coached basketball longer than Porter. Porter’s longevity and success have translated into a 517-446 (.537) career win-loss record at Regis. With his 517 career victories, Porter is the state of Colorado’s all-time winningest men’s collegiate basketball coach. Coach Porter is 8th amongst active NCAA Division II coaches in wins and 27th all-time. His teams have won almost 70 percent (345-149) at the Regis Fieldhouse. In the 1990’s, Regis finished with a .655 winning percentage (184 wins, 97 losses), the second-best success rate of any Colorado collegiate men’s basketball program. During Porter’s tenure, the Rangers have won 20-or-more games seven times. Four of Porter’s 20-win seasons came in the 1990’s, with the 1994-95 and 1995-96 teams posting back-to-back 25-5 records. Both of those clubs won regular season conference championships and made appearances in the NCAA Division II Championships - the first back-to-back NCAA II Tournament qualifying teams in school history. The 1995-96 team took that success to the next level, recording the first NCAA II Tournament victory in program history - a 73-70 decision over the University of Nebraska - Kearney. Porter, who earned both his Bachelor’s Degree (1965, Physical Education) and Master’s Degree (1966, Educational Administration) from Adams State College, was one of the top men’s basketball players in ASC history. A four-time NAIA First Team All-District VII honoree, Porter became just the second athlete in RMAC history to garner First Team All-Conference honors (1961-62 to 1964-65 seasons) during each of his four years of competition (Earl “Dutch” Clark was the first). Porter, who averaged 16.9 points per game (sixth all-time in the ASC career record book) during his collegiate career, earned NAIA Honorable Mention All-American honors during his first three seasons and NAIA Second Team All-American & NCAA Honorable Mention All-American accolades as a senior. Selected as the Most Valuable Athlete at Adams State following the 1964-65 school year, Porter also served as the team captain of the ASC hoops team during his junior and senior seasons. Porter, who led the RMAC in scoring during his final three years, also guided Adams State to RMAC titles in 1962-63 and 1963-64. Porter’s career scoring total of 1,624 points is second all-time in the Adams State College record book. Following his collegiate career at Adams State, Porter landed a tryout with the American Basketball Association’s (ABA) Denver Rockets in 1967. As a student at Adams State, Porter was a two-time Dean’s List qualifier (junior & senior years). Listed in Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities in 1965, Porter was also listed in Who’s Who Among Black Americans in 1975. In 1992, Porter became just one of two former Adams State College athletes to have their jersey number retired (# 20). Three years later, in 1996, ASC honored Porter by starting a scholarship in his name. Porter, who was named an Outstanding Alumnus by Adams State in 1983, was inducted into the Adams State College Athletic Hall of Fame in the fall of 2002. Porter was inducted into the RMAC Hall of Fame during the summer of 2004 for his accomplishments as a player at Adams State. Porter’s coaching career began in 1966 when he coached the freshman team at Adams State. In 1969, he became an assistant coach at


2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball Denver’s Manual High School. Two years later, Porter became the head coach at Manual and led the Thunderbolts to a 21-2 record, the Colorado 3A (big school) state title and a # 1 ranking in an annual U.S. Southwest Region poll. It was Porter’s only season coaching at the prep varsity level. In 1972, Porter moved back into the collegiate coaching ranks as an assistant to the late Joe Cipriano at the University of Nebraska. In 1977, after five years as an assistant at NU, Porter was hired as the tenth men’s basketball coach in the modern era at Regis. Porter’s career at RU began in stellar fashion, as his initial squad compiled a 20-7 record and captured a share of the RMAC championship. Porter earned NAIA District VII Coach of the Year honors following his initial season. Porter’s list of awards and achievements as the head coach at Regis is vast. His accolades include a 1990 National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Merit Award, an African American Spotlight Award in 1994 and four RMAC / Colorado Athletic Conference (CAC) Coach of the Year citations. In 1995, he was selected Man of the Year by the Regis University student body. Following the 1994-95 season, Porter was honored as the NCAA II North Central Region Coach of the Year. In 2001, Porter received a “7Everyday Hero Award” from Denver’s Year 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 35 Years

Overall Record Pct. 20-7 .741 18-9 .667 19-10 .655 17-11 .607 17-10 .630 9-18 .333 20-8 .714 15-13 .536 16-12 .571 15-14 .517 20-8 .714 10-17 .370 14-15 .483 16-13 .552 20-10 .667 18-9 .667 19-9 .679 25-5 .833 25-5 .833 14-12 .538 20-7 .741 18-9 .667 8-18 .308 11-15 .423 12-15 .444 12-15 .444 14-13 .519 14-13 .519 12-15 .444 9-17 .346 14-14 .500 7-20 .259 8-19 .296 6-20 .231 5-21 .192 517-446 .537

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Conference Record Pct. 15-5 .750 15-5 .750 11-7 .611 10-8 .556 10-8 .556 4-14 .222 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 4-6 .400 7-5 .583 7-5 .583 8-4 .667 9-1 .900 7-3 .700 9-10 .474 14-5 .737 13-6 .684 3-16 .158 6-13 .316 9-10 .474 5-14 .263 8-11 .421 7-12 .368 7-12 .368 4-15 .211 9-10 .474 4-15 .211 3-16 .158 3-19 .136 2-20 .100 213-275 .437

Place T1st T3rd T2nd T4th 6th 9th N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

T7th T4th 5th T13th 12th 7th 12th 9th 10th 9th T12th 8th T13th 13th 14th 13th

Postseason Finish NAIA District VII Playoffs NAIA District VII Playoffs

NAIA District VII Playoffs CAC Tournament CAC Tournament CAC Semifinals CAC Tourney Champs/NCAA Div. II 1st Round CAC Championship Game/NCAA Div. II 2nd Round RMAC Tournament RMAC Tournament RMAC Tournament RMAC Tournament

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KMGH 7NEWS, a “Most Caring Coach Award” from USA Weekend Magazine and a Youth Involvement Award from Colorado Black Women for Political Action. Furthermore, in March of 2001, Porter was inducted into the 37th annual class of the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame. In January of 2002, Porter was chosen to run the final Denver segment of the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Torch Relay by Denver Mayor Wellington Webb. In November of 2002, Porter was honored with a BCA Images of Excellence Award (presented by Dell), an accolade that recognizes individuals for their leadership and accomplishments in the advancement of minorities in sports. Early in 2003, Porter was inducted into the East High School (Waterloo, Iowa) Athletic Hall of Fame, his prep alma mater. Later that year, Porter would also be enshrined in his former high school’s general Hall of Fame. During the summer of 2003, Porter was named “Honorary Fire Chief” by the Denver Fire Department in recognition of his continued efforts to give back to the community - particularly through his efforts with the Porter-Billups Leadership Academy. Porter, who received the NABC’s 2003 Guardians of the Game Leadership Award, has also previously served on the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame Board of Directors. In the spring of 2004, Porter was selected to serve a four-year term (Sept. 2004 - Sept. 2008) on the NCAA Men’s Basketball Rules Committee. Furthermore, Porter was selected to be enshrined in the Iowa Hall of Pride during the summer of 2004. In the fall of 2005, Porter was presented with the Albert C. Yates Education Award from The Links, Incorporated, Denver Chapter. In addition to his coaching duties, Porter carries the title of Regis University Ambassador and frequently gives motivational speeches at area schools and community centers. Porter also serves as the Coordinator of Community Service for the Regis athletic department, organizing and supervising service projects for Regis’ 200-plus student-athletes. In 1996, he began the Lonnie Porter Leadership Academy (formerly Summer Academy) at Regis University, an annual three-week academic summer program that provides at-risk youth (ages 8-to-18) from the Denver area the skills to stay in school, combat negative peer pressure, graduate from high school and attend college. Students receive training in leadership development, teamwork, conflict resolution, communication skills and technology. Subsequently, the academy, which is free to all participants, provides full scholarships to Regis University for those who successfully complete the long-term program. Six former students from the academy are presently attending Regis University. The academy received a large boost in 2006 when NBA All-Star and 2004 NBA Finals MVP Chauncey Billups joined up with Porter in efforts for the academy. With the change in the academy’s name to the PorterBillups Leadership Academy, came a boost in financial support as the academy raised over 575,000 dollars in 2006. In 2009 he was awarded the Trailblazer Community Service Award from the Colorado Association of Black Journalists for his PBLA work. Also in 2009 he was one of 12 invited to the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s annual legislative conference in Washington D.C. Porter is married to the former Beverly “Sunny” Hobbs. Porter’s daughter, Staci, is a 1991 graduate of Regis.

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2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball

ERIC DANIELS

Assistant Coach 4th Season Johnson & Wales (2008)

Coaching Ledger • Regis Assistant Coach, 2009-present • Southern Utah Assistant Coach, 2008-09

Eric Daniels enters his fourth season as assistant men’s basketball coach at Regis in 2012-13. Daniels came to Regis after one season as assistant coach at Southern Utah in Cedar City, Utah. Daniels is the Rangers recruiting coordinator and is involved with the individual player development. Daniels had a stellar basketball career at Johnson & Wales University in Denver. He scored 1,191 points at the NAIA Division II school while also leading the Wildcats to the 2005 NAIA National Tournament in Branson, Mo. Following his senior season he was named honorable mention AllNAIA after averaging 15.8 poings per game and 3.0 steals per game. During his junior season, Daniels averaged 4.6 steals per game which led all collegiate men’s basketball players in both the NAIA and the NCAA. He also led the NAIA in steals during his sophomore season averaging 3.8 per game. Daniels recorded 306 steals including 110 as a junior. For his career he averaged 11.8 points, 3.2 rebounds, 2.5 asissts, and 3.0 steals per game. Daniels graduated from Johnson & Wales University in 2008 with a degree in marketing. Daniels is the son of current Gonzaga men’s basketball assistant coach Donny Daniels where previously he was an assistant coach at UCLA and head coach at California State-Fullerton. He graduated from Highland High School in Salt Lake City, Utah. Daniels currently makes his home in Arvada.

STEVE LEDESMA

Grad. Assistant Coach 1st Season Regis (2011)

Coaching Ledger • Regis Graduate Assistant Coach, 2012-13

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Steve Ledesma begins his first season as the graduate assistant coach for the men’s basketball team. Ledesma is no stranger to the Regis basketball family as he spent two seasons as the team’s point guard. Ledesma transferred to Regis in 2009 after two seasons at Phoenix College where he led the team with a 5.5 assist per game average in 2008-09. He helped guide them to a Final Four appearance at the NJCAA Championship. Ledesma led the Rangers in assists in both seasons as the point guard. He dished out 89 in 2009-10 and 91 in 2010-11. He topped the team with 45 steals as a senior, whiling ranking second as a junior with 46 thefts.

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REGIS MEN’S BASKETBALL COACHING HISTORY Year 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Totals

Coach Wayne Monson Wayne Monson Wayne Monson James Karabestos James Karabestos James Karabestos James Karabestos Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter Lonnie Porter

W 11 14 6 5 13 11 12 20 18 19 17 17 9 20 15 16 15 20 10 14 16 20 18 19 25 25 14 20 18 8 11 12 12 14 14 12 9 14 7 8 6 5 589

L 14 11 19 20 11 15 15 7 9 10 11 10 18 8 13 12 14 8 17 15 13 10 9 9 5 5 12 7 9 18 15 15 15 13 13 15 17 14 20 19 20 21 551

Pct. .440 .560 .240 .200 .542 .423 .444 .750 .667 .655 .607 .630 .333 .714 .536 .571 .517 .714 .370 .483 .552 .667 .667 .679 .833 .833 .538 .741 .667 .308 .423 .444 .444 .519 .519 .444 .346 .500 .259 .296 .231 .192 .517

W

L

Pct.

2 4 9 8 8 15 15 11 10 10 4 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 4 7 7 8 9 7 9 14 13 3 6 9 5 8 7 7 4 9 4 3 3 2 244

10 10 5 10 12 5 5 7 8 8 14 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 6 5 5 4 1 3 10 5 6 16 13 10 14 11 12 12 15 10 15 16 19 20 322

.167 .286 .643 .444 .400 .750 .750 .611 .556 .556 .222 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A .400 .583 .583 .667 .900 .700 .474 .737 .684 .158 .316 .474 .263 .421 .368 .368 .211 .474 .211 .158 .136 .100 .431

Conference Affiliation 1970-82 - Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) 1983-90 - Independent 1990-95 - Colorado Athletic Conference (CAC) 1996- Present - RMAC

Coach Wayne Monson James Karabestos Lonnie Porter

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Years 1970-73 (3) 1973-77 (4) 1977-Present (35)

Wins 31 41 517

Losses 44 61 446

Pct. .413 .402 .537


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Regis University Team Game-by-Game Opponent

Date

Score

FG-FGA

Pct

3FG-3FGA Pct

FT-FTA

Pct

Off

Def

Tot

Avg

A

TO

Blk

Stl Pts

Avg

LANGSTON

11/12

76-65

W

23-48

.479 3-10

.300

27-36

.750

15

24

39

39.0

13

25

7

9

76

76.0

STERLING

11/22

81-84

L

33-67

.493 6-20

.300

9-18

.500

13

18

31

35.0

15

9

1

10

81

78.5

NORTHERN NEW MEXICO

11/25

65-52

W

25-61

.410 2-11

.182

13-24

.542

14

31

45

38.3

12

11

3

10

65

74.0

SIOUX FALLS

11/26

77-69

Wot 22-46

.478 6-12

.500

27-43

.628

6

21

27

35.5

10

15

5

10

77

74.8

WESTERN NEW MEXICO

12/02

56-80

L

20-56

.357 3-16

.188

13-26

.500

11

23

34

35.2

10

17

6

5

56

71.0

NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS

12/03

75-84

L

21-52

.404 3-13

.231

30-39

.769

11

23

34

35.0

10

14

2

6

75

71.7

at Chadron State

12/09

58-72

L

22-62

.355 1-7

.143

13-21

.619

16

21

37

35.3

12

21

4

8

58

69.7

at Nebraska-Kearney

12/11

60-72

L

22-57

.386 2-8

.250

14-21

.667

10

25

35

35.2

12

15

1

5

60

68.5

METRO STATE

12/17

71-78

L

23-43

.535 4-9

.444

21-35

.600

7

22

29

34.6

14

17

2

5

71

68.8

WESTERN STATE

12/30

52-62

L

20-61

.328 4-14

.286

8-21

.381

13

24

37

34.8

9

10

0

6

52

67.1

COLORADO MESA

12/31

60-58

W

19-58

.328 5-16

.313

17-22

.773

14

20

34

34.7

10

11

4

7

60

66.5

at Colorado Christian

01/06

64-69

L

24-59

.407 4-12

.333

12-19

.632

18

24

42

35.3

5

15

3

4

64

66.2

at Colorado Mines

01/07

56-80

L

19-52

.365 3-12

.250

15-21

.714

12

18

30

34.9

7

18

3

7

56

65.5

at UC-Colorado Springs

01/13

60-82

L

24-61

.393 3-15

.200

9-23

.391

10

23

33

34.8

15

10

3

9

60

65.1

at CSU-Pueblo

01/14

64-77

L

21-57

.368 2-16

.125

20-31

.645

18

18

36

34.9

9

14

2

8

64

65.0

ADAMS STATE

01/20

56-82

L

21-44

.477 3-10

.300

11-24

.458

7

14

21

34.0

13

24

3

9

56

64.4

FORT LEWIS

01/21

65-83

L

27-56

.482 4-16

.250

7-9

.778

9

16

25

33.5

14

16

1

4

65

64.5

at Colorado Mesa

01/27

36-71

L

13-43

.302 0-6

.000

10-15

.667

9

14

23

32.9

5

14

3

8

36

62.9

at Western State

01/28

50-70

L

16-53

.302 4-8

.500

14-18

.778

18

17

35

33.0

8

18

2

4

50

62.2

COLORADO MINES

02/04

66-75

L

22-54

.407 6-19

.316

16-20

.800

11

17

28

32.8

13

11

1

8

66

62.4

COLORADO CHRISTIAN

02/06

78-58

W

27-52

.519 7-14

.500

17-21

.810

10

32

42

33.2

17

16

2

7

78

63.1

NEBRASKA-KEARNEY

02/10

71-75

L

24-61

.393 8-16

.500

15-18

.833

13

16

29

33.0

9

8

1

7

71

63.5

CHADRON STATE

02/11

62-70

L

26-52

.500 1-13

.077

9-21

.429

14

23

37

33.2

12

18

2

1

62

63.4

at New Mexico Highlands

02/17

68-86

L

23-60

.383 3-12

.250

19-29

.655

21

23

44

33.6

5

21

2

7

68

63.6

at Western New Mexico

02/18

58-74

L

20-49

.408 5-14

.357

13-20

.650

8

20

28

33.4

14

15

1

8

58

63.4

at Metro State

02/25

55-81

L

20-49

.408 6-18

.333

9-17

.529

5

19

24

33.0

11

19

5

8

55

63.1

Regis University

1640

577-1413 .408 98-337

.291

388-612 .634

313

546

859

33.0

284 402 69

180 1640 63.1

Opponents

1909

698-1413 .494 125-318

.393

388-560 .693

256

647

903

34.7

309 386 86

201 1909 73.4

Games played: 26 Points/game: 63.1 FG Pct: 40.8 3FG Pct: 29.1 FT Pct: 63.4 Rebounds/game: 33.0 Assists/game: 10.9 Turnovers/game: 15.5 Assist/turnover ratio: 0.7 Steals/game: 6.9 Blocks/game: 2.7

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Score

11/12

LANGSTON

11/22

STERLING COLLEGE

11/25

NORTHERN NEW MEXICO

W

65-52

102

(13)Dionte Goodlett

(11)Demitrius Owens

11/26

SIOUX FALLS

Wot

77-69

125

(25)Jon Conley

(7)Jon Conley

(25)Breen Weeks

(7)Demitrius Owens

12/02

*WESTERN NEW MEXICO

210

(13)Dionte Goodlett

(9)Demitrius Owens

12/03

*NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS

75-84

L

312

(23)Breen Weeks

(12)Chris Johansen

12/09

*at Chadron State

58-72

L

437

(13)Chris Johansen

(8)Demitrius Owens

12/11

*at Nebraska-Kearney

60-72

L

711

(21)Demitrius Owens

(14)Demitrius Owens

12/17

*METRO STATE

71-78

L

367

(19)Jon Conley

(7)Breen Weeks

12/30

*WESTERN STATE

52-62

L

268

(13)Demitrius Owens

(8)Chris Johansen

12/31

*COLORADO MESA

259

(15)Lance Korell

(6)Demitrius Owens

01/06

*at Colorado Christian

64-69

L

347

(21)Demitrius Owens

(15)Demitrius Owens

01/07

*at Colorado Mines

56-80

L

203

(11)Breen Weeks

(5)Demitrius Owens

01/13

*at UC-Colorado Springs

60-82

L

325

(12)Demitrius Owens

(7)Chris Johansen

01/14

*at CSU-Pueblo

64-77

L

220

(12)Dionte Goodlett

(10)Demitrius Owens

01/20

*ADAMS STATE

56-82

L

330

(15)Chris Johansen

(5)Demitrius Owens

01/21

*FORT LEWIS

65-83

L

315

(22)Demitrius Owens

(7)Slobodan Jovanovic

01/27

*at Colorado Mesa

36-71

L

622

(8)Jon Conley

(6)Demitrius Owens

01/28

*at Western State

50-70

L

350

(23)Dionte Goodlett

(10)Demitrius Owens

02/04

*COLORADO MINES

66-75

L

245

(18)Dionte Goodlett

(8)Chris Johansen

02/06

*COLORADO CHRISTIAN

261

(18)Lance Korell

(9)Demitrius Owens

02/10

*NEBRASKA-KEARNEY

71-75

L

273

(27)Lance Korell

(9)Demitrius Owens

02/11

*CHADRON STATE

62-70

L

286

(20)Demitrius Owens

(10)Chris Johansen

02/17

*at New Mexico Highlands

68-86

L

2396

(15)Breen Weeks

(10)Demitrius Owens

02/18

*at Western New Mexico

58-74

L

986

(16)Demitrius Owens

(6)Breen Weeks

02/25

*at Metro State

55-81

L

1113

(11)Dionte Goodlett

(6)Demitrius Owens

W

76-65 81-84

56-80

W

Att. L

L

60-58

High Points

High Reb.

376

(22)Dionte Goodlett

(13)Demitrius Owens

309

(18)Breen Weeks

(14)Demitrius Owens

(7)Demitrius Owens

W

78-58

(15)Dionte Goodlett

* - RMAC Match RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

OVERALL 5-21 2-20 3-1 Attendance Summary Home Away Neutral Total

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AWAY 0-11 0-11 0-0 Total 4038 7710 0 11748

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0 Avg. 269 701 0 452

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OVERALL 5-21 2-20 3-1

HOME 5-10 2-9 3-1

##

Player

gp-gs

Total 3-Point min avg fg-fga fg% 3fg-fga 3fg%

22 45 00 02 04 01 21 32 03 33 15 14

Dionte Goodlett Demitrius Owens Breen Weeks Chris Johansen Jon Conley Lance Korell Dylan King Slobodan Jovanovic Myron Sanders Patrick Wheatlake Greg Lee Kaelan Brennan Team Total.......... Opponents......

26-25 26-26 26-25 26-25 26-24 26-1 25-2 25-1 23-1 9-0 16-0 11-0

814 778 809 812 495 411 332 380 172 63 128 31

26 26

5225 5225

TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game Score by Periods Regis University Opponents

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31.3 29.9 31.1 31.2 19.0 15.8 13.3 15.2 7.5 7.0 8.0 2.8

REGISMBB 1640 63.1 -10.3 577-1413 .408 98-337 .291 3.8 388-612 .634 14.9 859 33.0 -1.7 284 10.9 402 15.5 -0.6 0.7 180 6.9 69 2.7 4038 15-269 -

1st 2nd 799 826 900 1002

OT 15 7

79-217 102-230 87-276 98-174 81-162 44-139 34-99 26-65 13-23 3-5 6-15 4-8

.364 .443 .315 .563 .500 .317 .343 .400 .565 .600 .400 .500

Totals 1640 1909

.302 .500 .284 .000 .000 .287 .233

F-Throw ft-fta ft%

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

128-192 81-124 36-71 36-54 46-71 16-23 15-24 20-31 5-11 3-8 2-3 0-0

off

Rebounds def tot avg

NEUTRAL 0-0 0-0 0-0

pf dq

a

Date 11/12/11 11/22/11 11/25/11 11/26/11 12/02/11 12/03/11 12/09/11 12/11/11 12/17/11 12/30/11 12/31/11 01/06/12 01/07/12 01/13/12 01/14/12 01/20/12 01/21/12 01/27/12 01/28/12 02/04/12 02/06/12 02/10/12 02/11/12 02/17/12 02/18/12 02/25/12

.667 .653 .507 .667 .648 .696 .625 .645 .455 .375 .667 .000

to blk stl

19 54 73 2.8 71 1 54 84 7 88 121 209 8.0 54 0 44 41 19 20 71 91 3.5 81 4 41 74 0 43 85 128 4.9 46 0 38 54 11 35 71 106 4.1 60 1 27 46 7 5 21 26 1.0 24 0 18 18 0 9 16 25 1.0 26 0 20 20 7 1.000 21 40 61 2.4 69 4 21 31 10 .000 13 20 33 1.4 22 0 12 14 2 .000 5 4 9 1.0 11 0 1 4 1 .000 5 6 11 0.7 11 0 7 7 5 .250 0 5 5 0.5 1 0 1 1 0 50 32 82 8 577-1413 .408 98-337 .291 388-612 .634 313 546 859 33.0 476 10 284 402 69 698-1413 .494 125-318 .393 388-560 .693 256 647 903 34.7 562 - 309 386 86 OPP 1909 73.4 698-1413 .494 125-318 .393 4.8 388-560 .693 14.9 903 34.7 309 11.9 386 14.8 0.8 201 7.7 86 3.3 7710 11-701 0-0

19-63 7-14 31-109 0-1 0-0 29-101 10-43 1-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-4

AWAY 0-11 0-11 0-0

Opponent LANGSTON UNIVERSITY STERLING COLLEGE NORTHERN NEW MEXICO UNIVERSITY OF SIOUX FALLS WESTERN NEW MEXICO NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS at Chadron State at Nebraska-Kearney METRO STATE WESTERN STATE COLLEG COLORADO MESA at Colorado Christian at Colorado School of Mines at UCCS at CSU-Pueblo ADAMS STATE FORT LEWIS COLLEGE at Colorado Mesa at Western State Colleg COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES COLORADO CHRISTIAN NEBRASKA-KEARNEY CHADRON STATE at New Mexico Highlands at Western New Mexico at Metro State

* - Conference game

W L W Wot L L L L L L W L L L L L L L L L W L L L L L

pts

avg

305 292 241 232 208 133 93 73 31 9 14 9

11.7 11.2 9.3 8.9 8.0 5.1 3.7 2.9 1.3 1.0 0.9 0.8

180 1640 201 1909

63.1 73.4

22 39 29 27 18 4 8 12 13 0 7 1

Score 76-65 81-84 65-52 77-69 56-80 75-84 58-72 60-72 71-78 52-62 60-58 64-69 56-80 60-82 64-77 56-82 65-83 36-71 50-70 66-75 78-58 71-75 62-70 68-86 58-74 55-81

Att. 376 309 102 125 210 312 437 711 367 268 259 347 203 325 220 330 315 622 350 245 261 273 286 2396 986 1113


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JOHNSON & WALES

AIR FORCE

HASKELL

Tue., Nov. 13, 2012, Regis, 7 p.m.

Sun., Nov. 18, 2012, Colo. Springs, Colo.., 2 p.m. (Exhibition)

Fri., Nov.. 23, 2012, Regis, 7 p.m.

Location ................................. Denver, Colo.

Location ...................Colorado Springs, Colo. Enrollment ........................................ 4,000

Location .............................. Lawrence, Kan.

Enrollment ........................................ 1,510 Nickname ...................................... Wildcats

Nickname ....................................... Falcons

School Colors.............................. Navy, Gold

School Colors...........................Blue & Silver

Conference .....................Independent (NAIA)

Conference ...........................Mountain West

Athletics Director .................... Sandee Mott

Athletics Director ................ Dr. Hans Mueh

Arena (Capacity) ........... Wildcat Center (550)

Arena (Capacity) ............Clune Arena (5,843)

Head Coach .........................Maurice Walker

Head Coach ..........................Dave Pilipovich

Alma Mater ...........................................N/A

Alma Mater ..................... Thiel College, 1986

Record at School ............................1st Year

Record at School ....................... 2-6 (1 year)

Career Record .....................................Same

Career Record .....................................Same

2011 Overall Record ............................7-19

2011 Overall Record .......................... 13-16

2011 Conference Record ........................2-3

2011 Conference Record ......................3-11

Letterwinners Ret./Lost .......................N/A

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ..................... 13/4

Starters Returning/Lost .......................N/A

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 4/1

SID ........................................ Mike Gallegos

SID ............................................ Jerry Cross

SID Office .............................. 303.256.9331

SID Office .............................. 719.333.3950

SID E-mail ..................... mgallegos@jwu.edu

SID E-mail ..................jerry.cross@usafa.edu

Series Record .......................Regis leads 8-2

Series Record ............... Air Force leads 16-3

Last Meeting .....................January 12, 2011

Last Meeting .................. November 18, 1998

Website ....................denver.jwuathletics.com

Website ....................... goairforcefalcons.com

DALLAS BAPTIST

METRO STATE

CSU-PUEBLO

Sat., Nov. 24, 2012, Regis, 7 p.m.

Sat., Dec. 1, 2012, Denver, Colo., 7 p.m. Sat., Feb. 16, 2013, Regis, 3 p.m.

Fri., Dec. 7, 2012, Pueblo, Colo., 8 p.m.

Location ................................. Dallas, Texas

Location ................................. Denver, Colo.

Enrollment ........................................ 5,611

Enrollment ...................................... 24,500

Nickname ....................................... Patriots

Nickname ................................Roadrunners

School Colors............. Red, White, Navy Blue

School Colors........................Navy Blue, Red

Conference .................................. Heartland

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Athletics Director ......................Ryan Erwin

Athletics Director .............. Joan McDermott

Arena (Capacity) ............ Burg Center (1,600)

Arena (Capacity) .......... Auraria Event Center

Head Coach ...........................Blake Flickner

Head Coach ............................ Derrick Clark

Alma Mater .............................Kansas, 1998

Alma Mater .................... California-Lutheran

Record at School ............ 113-80 (6 seasons)

Record at School .............. 47-15 (2 seasons)

Career Record .....................................Same

Career Record .....................................Same

2011 Overall Record .......................... 18-16

2011 Overall Record ............................25-7

2011 Conference Record ........................5-8

2011 Conference Record ......................17-5

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 3/7

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 8/3

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 2/3

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 4/1

SID .......................................... Nate Frieling

SID .................................... Andy Schlichting

SID Office .............................. 214.333.5590

SID Office .............................. 303-556-3431

SID E-mail ............................ natef@dbu.edu

SID E-mail ..................... aschlic1@mscd.edu

Series Record ......................... First meeting

Series Record .......... Metro State leads 43-18

Last Meeting .........................................N/A

Last Meeting ....................February 25, 2012

Website ...............................dbupatriots.com

Website ............................. gometrostate.com

Enrollment ...........................................N/A Nickname ........................................Indians School Colors........................................N/A Conference .......... Midlands Collegiate (NAIA) Athletics Director ..................... Judith Gipp Arena (Capacity) ............. Tony Coffin (2,000) Head Coach ........................ Chad Kills Crow Alma Mater ..................... Northeastern State Record at School ................... 11-18 (1 year) Career Record .....................................Same 2011 Overall Record .......................... 11-18 2011 Conference Record ........................5-9 Letterwinners Ret./Lost .......................N/A Starters Returning/Lost .......................N/A SID ........................................ Mark Mangan SID Office .............................. 785.749.8459 SID E-mail .................markmangan@me.com Series Record ..........................First Meeting Last Meeting .........................................N/A Website ......................... haskellathletics.com

Sat., March 2, 2013, Regis, 5 p.m. Location ..................................Pueblo, Colo. Enrollment ........................................ 5,200 Nickname .............................Thunderwolves School Colors..................... Red, Blue, White Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic Athletics Director .........................Joe Folda Arena (Capacity) .........Massari Arena (3,900) Head Coach ............................ Ralph Turner Alma Mater ...................................Lipscomb Record at School ................13-13 (1 season) Career Record ..............375-164 (16 seasons) 2011 Overall Record .......................... 13-13 2011 Conference Record .................... 10-12 Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 5/6 Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 2/3 SID ................................Anthony Sandstrom SID Office .............................. 719-549-2022 SID E-mail ................... anthony.sandstrom@ colostate-pueblo.edu Series Record ......... CSU-Pueblo leads 27-22 Last Meeting .....................January 14, 2012 Website ....................... gothunderwolves.com

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CHADRON STATE

BLACK HILLS STATE

Sat., Dec. 8, 2012, Colo. Springs, Colo., 8 p.m.

Sat., Dec. 15, 2012, Regis, 7 p.m.

Sun., Dec. 16, 2012, Regis, 5 p.m.

Fri., March 1, 2013, Regis, 7 p.m.

Sat., Feb., 2, 2013, Chadron, Neb., 8 p.m.

Fri., Feb. 1, 2013, Spearfish, S.D., 7:30 p.m.

Location ...................Colorado Springs, Colo.

Location ................................Chadron, Neb.

Location ...............................Spearfish, S.D.

Enrollment ........................................ 9,000

Enrollment ........................................ 2,800

Enrollment ........................................ 4,415

Nickname ............................Mountain Lions

Nickname ......................................... Eagles

Nickname ............................... Yellow Jacket

School Colors.............................Black, Gold

School Colors....................... Cardinal, White

School Colors............................ Green, Gold

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Athletics Director ............. Stephen Kirkham

Athletics Director ...................... Brad Smith

Athletics Director ..................... Jhett Albers

Arena (Capacity) ....... Gallogly Center (1,250)

Arena (Capacity) .......Armstrong Gym (2,500)

Arena (Capacity) .......... Young Center (3,800)

Head Coach ................................ Jeff Culver

Head Coach ............................ Brent Bargen

Head Coach ...........................Bradd Schafer

Alma Mater ................................... Michigan

Alma Mater ......................................... Done

Alma Mater ............................ Western State

Record at School ........................ 1st season

Record at School ............ 50-110 (6 seasons)

Record at School .............. 38-23 (2 seasons)

Career Record ................. 64-132 (5 seasons)

Career Record .....................................Same

Career Record .....................................Same

2011 Overall Record ............................8-20

2011 Overall Record .......................... 13-14

2011 Overall Record .......................... 11-17

2011 Conference Record ......................7-15

2011 Conference Record ......................13-9

2011 Conference Record .......................N/A

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 7/7

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 8/6

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 8/3

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 4/1

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 2/3

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 3/2

SID ..........................................Jared Verner

SID .....................................Alex Helmbrecht

SID ..........................................Rob Johnson

SID Office .............................. 719-255-3003

SID Office .............................. 308-432-6212

SID Office .............................. 605-642-6832

SID E-mail ........................ jverner@uccs.edu

SID E-mail .................. ahelmbrecht@csc.edu

SID E-mail ................... sportsinfo@bhsu.edu

Series Record .....................Regis leads 31-9

Series Record ................... Regis leads 34-26

Series Record ....................... Series tied at 1

Last Meeting .....................January 13, 2012

Last Meeting ....................February 11, 2012

Last Meeting .....................January 31, 1987

Website ....................... gomountainlions.com

Website ........................... chadroneagles.com

Website ............................ bhsuathletics.com

WESTERN NEW MEXICO

N.M. HIGHLANDS

COLORADO MINES

Fri., Jan. 4, 2013, Regis, 7 p.m.

Sat., Jan. 5, 2013, Regis, 5 p.m.

Fri., Jan. 11, 2013, Golden, Colo., 8 p.m. Sat., Feb. 9, 2013, Regis, 5 p.m.

Location ............................. Silver City, N.M.

Location ............................. Las Vegas, N.M.

Location ................................. Golden, Colo.

Enrollment ........................................ 3,000

Enrollment ........................................ 3,500

Enrollment ........................................ 5,200

Nickname .................................... Mustangs

Nickname ......................................Cowboys

Nickname ................................... Orediggers

School Colors............................Purple, Gold

School Colors.......................... Purple, White

School Colors............................. Silver, Blue

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Athletics Director ................. Mark Coleman

Athletics Director ................ Ed Manzaneres

Athletics Director ...................... Tom Spicer

Arena (Capacity) .............. WNMU Fieldhouse

Arena (Capacity) ........John A. Wilson (4,250)

Arena (Capacity) ...... Lockridge Arena (3,000)

Head Coach .......................... Mark Coleman

Head Coach ................................. Joe Harge

Head Coach ............................... Pryor Orser

Alma Mater .............................. St. Lawrence

Alma Mater ..............................Oregon State

Alma Mater ..............................MSU-Billings

Record at School ............................. 80-138

Record at School .............. 71-41 (4 seasons)

Record at School .........175-138 (11 seasons)

Career Record ................................ 164-254

Career Record .....................................Same

Career Record .....................................Same

2011 Overall Record ............................9-17

2011 Overall Record .......................... 12-14

2011 Overall Record ............................29-3

2011 Conference Record ......................9-13

2011 Conference Record .................... 10-12

2011 Conference Record ......................20-2

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 8/2

Letterwinners Ret./Lost .......................N/A

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 5/4

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 4/1

Starters Returning/Lost .......................N/A

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 2/3

SID ............................................ Brian Kortz

SID ............................................. Jose Lopez

SID ................................... Colin Bonnicksen

SID Office .............................. 575-538-6214

SID Office .............................. 505-426-2017

SID Office .............................. 303-273-3095

SID E-mail .......................kortzb@wnmu.edu

SID E-mail ................. zaroj6420@yahoo.com

SID E-mail ................... cbonnick@mines.edu

Series Record ......... Western N.M. leads 19-9

Series Record ................... Regis leads 29-20

Series Record ..................... Series tied at 31

Last Meeting ....................February 18, 2012

Last Meeting ....................February 17, 2012

Last Meeting ..................... February 4, 2012

Website ........................ wnmumustangs.com

Website ........................... nmhucowboys.com

Website ........................... csmorediggers.com

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FORT LEWIS

ADAMS STATE

Sat., Jan. 12, 2013, Lakewood, Colo., 7 p.m.

Fri., Jan. 18, 2013, Regis, 7 p.m.

Sat., Jan. 19, 2013, Regis, 5 p.m.

Fri., Feb. 8, 2013, Regis, 7 p.m.

Sat., Feb. 23, 2013, Durango, Colo., 7:30 p.m.

Fri., Feb. 22, 2013, Alamosa, Colo., 8 p.m.

Location ............................. Lakewood, Colo.

Location ...............................Durango, Colo.

Location ............................... Alamosa, Colo.

Enrollment ........................................ 2,100

Enrollment ........................................ 3,386

Enrollment ........................................ 2,500

Nickname .......................................Cougars

Nickname ....................................Skyhawks

Nickname ...................................... Grizzlies

School Colors............ Navy Blue, Gold, White

School Colors......Navy Blue, Gold, Light Blue

School Colors...........................Green, White

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Athletics Director ................. Darren Ritchie

Athletics Director .................... Gary Hunter

Athletics Director ...............Larry Mortensen

Arena (Capacity) Cougar Event Center (1,500)

Arena (Capacity) ........... Whalen Gym (2,750)

Arena (Capacity) ............. Plachy Hall (2,300)

Head Coach ...........................Kevin Lubbers

Head Coach ..............................Bob Hofman

Head Coach ............................. Louis Wilson

Alma Mater ...........................................N/A

Alma Mater ....................................Colorado

Alma Mater .............................William Jewel

Record at School ................. 4-24 (1 season)

Record at School .........301-163 (16 seasons)

Record at School ............................... 39-18

Career Record .......................................N/A

Career Record ..............415-272 (21 seasons)

Career Record .....................................Same

2011 Overall Record ............................4-24

2011 Overall Record .......................... 16-12

2011 Overall Record ............................19-9

2011 Conference Record ......................2-20

2011 Conference Record ......................13-9

2011 Conference Record ......................15-7

Letterwinners Ret./Lost .......................N/A

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 6/5

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 7/8

Starters Returning/Lost .......................N/A

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 3/2

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 1/4

SID ....................................... Aimee Davison

SID ..........................................Chris Aaland

SID ..........................................Elario Rickey

SID Office .............................. 303-963-3185

SID Office .............................. 970-247-7381

SID Office .............................. 719-587-8245

SID E-mail ....................... adavison@ccu.edu

SID E-mail ................ aaland_c@fortlewis.edu

SID E-mail ..................... erickey@adams.edu

Series Record ................... Regis leads 41-19

Series Record ............Fort Lewis leads 25-19

Series Record ................... Regis leads 19-12

Last Meeting ..................... February 6, 2012

Last Meeting .....................January 21, 2012

Last Meeting .....................January 20, 2012

Website ............................... ccucougars.com

Website .............................. goskyhawks.com

Website ............................... asugrizzlies.com

WESTERN STATE

COLORADO MESA

Fri., Jan. 25, 2013, Gunnison, Colo., 7:30 p.m.

Sat., Jan. 26, 2013, Grand Junction, Colo., 7:30 p.m.

Location ............................. Gunnison, Colo.

Location .................... Grand Junction, Colo.

Enrollment ........................................ 2,300

Enrollment ........................................ 8,977

Nickname ...............................Mountaineers

Nickname .................................... Mavericks

School Colors........................ Crimson, Slate

School Colors........................ Maroon, White

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Conference ............. Rocky Mountain Athletic

Athletics Director .................Greg Waggoner

Athletics Director .................................N/A

Arena (Capacity) ..... Paul Wright Gym (1,800)

Arena (Capacity) ......Brownson Arena (1,500)

Head Coach .........................Mike Moskowitz

Head Coach ................................ Jim Heaps

Alma Mater .............................. Adams State

Alma Mater ........................... Colorado Mesa

Record at School .............. 50-86 (5 seasons)

Record at School .........281-162 (16 seasons)

Career Record ................. 60-103 (7 seasons)

Career Record .....................................Same

2011 Overall Record .......................... 13-14

2011 Overall Record .......................... 16-13

2011 Conference Record .................... 11-11

2011 Conference Record .................... 12-10

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 9/5

Letterwinners Ret./Lost ....................... 9/4

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 3/2

Starters Returning/Lost ....................... 3/2

SID ......................................... Garrett Finke

SID .............................................Tish Elliott

SID Office .............................. 970-943-2831

SID Office .............................. 970-248-1143

SID E-mail .....................gfinke@western.edu

SID E-mail ............ telliott@coloradomesa.edu

Series Record ................... Regis leads 32-17

Series Record ................... Mesa leads 24-11

Last Meeting .....................January 28, 2012

Last Meeting .....................January 27, 2012

Website ........................ gomountaineers.com

Website ...........................cmumavericks.com

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2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball

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WIN GRADUATE

Joel R. Smith

Eric Danner

Commissioner

LEAD

Sarah Meier

Asst. Commissioner

Danielle Valerio

Asst. Commissioner

Dir. of Compliance

RMAC History 1909-1969

The Colorado Faculty Athletic Conference was formed March 6, 1909 by the following four charter members: University of Colorado, Colorado A&M (now Colorado State University), Colorado College and Colorado School of Mines. In 1910, the league changed its name to the Rocky Mountain Faculty Athletic Conference (RMFAC). The University of Denver and University of Utah joined the conference but Colorado College had a fallout with Colorado School of Mines and dropped from the conference. In 1914, Colorado College rejoined and with the addition of Utah State University, the membership was at seven. Montana State University joined in 1917 and Brigham Young University joined in 1918 as the conference grew to nine members. Membership reached 12 when the University of Wyoming joined in 1921, and Western State College and the University of Northern Colorado joined in 1924. A major defection occurred as seven schools dropped out of the RMFAC to form the Mountain States Conference (also known as the Skyline Conference). Leaving the RMFAC were Colorado, Colorado State, Brigham Young, Utah State, Wyoming and Denver. The RMFAC continued to operate under faculty administration with five schools - Colorado College, Colorado Mines, Montana State, Northern Colorado and Western State. Much athletic activity was curtailed during the World War II years, but in 1948 Idaho State University joined the league to bring the membership to six. Adams State College became the seventh member in 1956, but Idaho State left in 1958 and Montana State departed in 1959, reducing the membership back to five schools. In 1967, the name changed to what it is currently known as, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC). In a meeting of the presidents of 15 schools, the presidents assumed control of the league from the faculty, changed the name and the RMAC underwent the most radical change in its 58-year history. Ten institutions were added to the conference and two divisions were formed (Mountains and Plains). Joining the conference were Emporia State, Fort Hays State University, Fort Lewis College, University of Nebraska-Omaha, Pittsburg State, Kan., University of Southern Colorado, Southern Utah State, Regis University, Washburn, Kan., Western New Mexico and Westminster, Utah. Colorado College was not included in the new plan and New Mexico Highlands University joined in 1968 but left in 1969 due to financial aid restrictions of the RMAC.

1970-79 The two divisions of the RMAC were split into separate conferences for economic reasons in 1972. The Mountain Division kept the RMAC name, the Plains Division became known as the Great Plains Athletic Conference. The two allied conferences worked under the name of the Mountain and Plains Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MPIAA). RMAC membership stood at eight with ASC, CSM, FLC, Regis, Southern Utah State, Western New Mexico, WSC and Westminster. New Mexico Highlands became the ninth member in 1974 and Mesa State College became the 10th in 1975. In 1976, the MPIAA was dissolved for economic reasons and the two conferences went their separate ways. In the shuffle, Northern Colorado became independent and Southern Colorado transferred to the RMAC. Paul Brechler became the commissioner of the RMAC and was assisted by his wife Wanda. The 1978-79 season marked the first year in which the conference would sponsor women’s sports. In 1979, Westminster dropped its intercollegiate athletic program, leaving the RMAC with 10 institutions.

RMAC Mileage Chart ASU BHSU CSC CCU CMU CSM CSUP FLC MSUD NMHU RU UCCS WNMU WSU

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CSC X 306 540 308 412 633 299 626 297 366 982 496

CCU X 239 8 115 328 8 337 12 69 686 191

CMU X 234 286 171 245 508 244 307 618 128

CSM X 124 328 15 347 12 79 695 191

CSUP X 277 112 219 117 49 575 159

FLC X 338 308 337 322 450 174

MSUD X 333 5 65 681 200

NMHU X 338 270 357 380

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In 1983, Regis became an independent and in 1985 Southern Colorado drops several sports, including football. In 1986, Southern Utah State departed the RMAC and membership dropped to eight. In 1988, New Mexico Highlands withdrew. The RMAC took another new look in 1989 when Chadron State College, Fort Hays State University, Kearney State (now the University of Nebraska at Kearney and current member) and Wayne State announced intentions to join. Southern Colorado and Western New Mexico stated they were leaving the RMAC in 1990.

1990-1993

During the 1990 RMAC Spring Meetings, Kearney State and Wayne State withdrew their membership. Southern Colorado and Western New Mexico left on July 1, 1990 and Fort Lewis said it would leave in 1991. Brechler retired as RMAC commissioner and his wife, Wanda, was named commissioner for the 1990-91 RMAC year. During the 1990-91 season, Fort Lewis was retained as an associate member for the sports of football, wrestling and softball while New Mexico Highlands rejoined the conference. In August 1991, Kurt Patberg was named the RMAC commissioner. During the 1992-93 season, all RMAC institutions gave a three-year commitment to the league and the league moved into the NCAA Division II ranks. Anheuser-Busch, Rawlings and the Ramada Hotel-Denver West joined forces with the RMAC as corporate sponsors. A new logo was adopted and the RMAC Seal would be used for official league items only. The RMAC Week-In-Review television show on Prime Sports Network (now Fox Sports Rocky Mountain) was developed, post season basketball tournaments were held and conference baseball teams participated in the Mile High Intercollegiate Baseball League. Adams State won the RMAC’s initial two NCAA Division II titles with victories in men’s and women’s cross country in 1992 and 1993. Phillips 66 then became a major corporate sponsor.

1994-1999

Conference growth continued in 1994 with the addition of two new members and the hiring of a second full-time staff person. Fort Lewis resumed full membership and Nebraska-Kearney was voted in as a member, both effective in July. Also in July, a full-time Assistant to the Commissioner/Media Relations Director was hired. In November 1995, Adams State won its fourth straight national title in women’s cross country, while Western State won it first NCAA Division II national title in men’s cross country. The crowning moment for the conference came in March of 1996, when Fort Hays State became only the third Division II team in the 40-year history of NCAA Division II men’s basketball to finish the season undefeated. The Tigers finished the year 34-0 en-route to FHSU’s first Division II national championship and the conference’s first national champion in men’s basketball. Colorado Christian University, Metropolitan State College of Denver, Regis University and the University of Southern Colorado joined the league as full members on July 1, 1996. The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs joined as an associate member also on July 1, 1996. University of Denver was accepted as an affiliate member. The RMAC now consists of a two-division, 14 member conference for the sports of volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball. The league office also had a new look as the conference offices moved from Golden, Colo. to Colorado Springs, Colo. Also in 1996, the RMAC’s intern position of Operations Coordinator was expanded to a full-time position and the Assistant to the Commissioner/Media Relations Director position changed titles to Assistant Commissioner/Media Relations Director. The RMAC came under new direction in 1997 as Tom Wistrcill was named commissioner, replacing Kurt Patberg who resigned to pursue his doctorate degree. Wistrcill began his appointment August 15, 1997 after serving a three-year term as Commissioner of the Northern Sun Conference. The University of Denver completed its one-year term as an outgoing affiliate member of the RMAC, and began competition as an NCAA Division I institution for the 1998-99 year. CU-Colorado Springs completed its first year as a full member of the RMAC after becoming the 14th such institution on July 1, 1997. San Francisco State competed as an associate member of the RMAC in the sport of wrestling for the first time in 1997-98. In 1998, the RMAC men’s and women’s post-season basketball tournament became the first conference event to be broadcast on live television as Fox Sports Rocky Mountain carried the two championship games to a regional cable television audience.

2000-2012

In 2000, Metro State joined Adams State and Western State as national champions - with Adams State claiming the women’s cross country title, Western State claiming the men’s cross country title and Metro State winning the men’s basketball championship. Also, Fort Hays State advanced to the finals of the Division II Baseball World Series and the Mesa State softball team earned its first ever trip to the Softball World Series. After a three year tenure with the RMAC, Tom Wistrcill stepped down as commissioner in November 2000. The council of presidents selected Joel R. Smith as the new commissioner of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference in February 2001. Western State College earned NCAA national titles in men’s and women’s cross country in 2001 and 2002. Metro State posted their second NCAA men’s basketball national championship team in three years (2002, 2000). In July 2002, Smith implemented the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Hall of Fame and the first induction class was Paul and Wanda Brechler. The Brechler’s were the first full-time Commissioner’s of the RMAC. The following year in March 2003, the RMAC basketball tournament (RMAC Shootout) was moved to Colorado Springs for three years (2003-2005) at the World Arena. In 2006, the tournament was moved to Pueblo, Colo. at the State Fair Events Center and the tournament has been held there ever since. The RMAC’s national dominance in cross country continued as Adams State won six straight women’s titles between 2003-2008. The Grizzly men’s team took home the national title in 2003 before Western State reclaimed the title in 2004 and 2005. The conference’s monthly television show, The RMAC Showcase, debuted on Altitude Sports & Entertainment in September 2004. For three straight years the RMAC won NCAA soccer championships. Metro State returned to the national spotlight, this time in women’s soccer. Head coach Danny Sanchez led the Roadrunners to the 2004 and 2006 NCAA championship titles. Coached by Jeremy Gunn, the Fort Lewis College men’s soccer team went 22-0-1 in 2005 to win their first ever national championship. In the fall of 2006, Fort Hays State University left the RMAC to join the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA). Due to Fort Hays State’s departure, Western New Mexico University, located in Silver City, N.M., joined the RMAC. Adams State won three of the RMAC’s four national championships in 2008 as they swept the cross country titles and won the NCAA Women’s Indoor Track & Field championship in Mankato, Minn. Nebraska-Kearney scored their first ever national championship in wrestling, winning the title by .5 points over Minnesota State, Mankato. Since joining the NCAA, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference is home to 49 NCAA national champions and more than 30 NCAA runners-up.

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Montana State ..................................................1917-1959 N.M. Highlands ...... 1968-69, 1974-1988, 1990-Present Nebraska-Kearney .............................1989-90, 1994-2012 Nebraska-Omaha ..............................................1967-1972 Northern Colorado ............................................1924-1972 Pittsburg State ..................................................1967-1972 Regis ................................... 1967-1983, 1996-Present Southern Utah ..................................................1967-1986 UC-Colorado Springs ...............................1997- Present Utah .................................................................1910-1937 Utah State ........................................................1914-1937 Washburn.........................................................1967-1972 Wayne State .....................................................1989-1990 Western New Mexico ............ 1967-1990, 2006- Present Western State ..........................................1924-Present Westminster .....................................................1977-1978 Wyoming ..........................................................1921-1937

Adams State ...........................................1956-Present Black Hills State ......................................2012-Present Brigham Young ................................................1918-1937 Chadron State.........................................1989- Present Colorado ...........................................................1909-1937 Colorado Christian ..................................1996- Present Colorado College ............................ 1909-1910, 1914-1967 Colorado Mesa ........................................1975- Present Colorado Mines ........................................1909-Present Colorado State ..................................................1909-1937 CSU-Pueblo ....... 1967-1972, 1976-1990, 1996- Present Denver University .......................... 1910-1937, 1996-1997 Emporia State ...................................................1967-1972 Fort Hays State .............................. 1967-1972, 1989-2006 Fort Lewis ................................ 1967-90, 1994-Present Idaho State .......................................................1948-1958 Metro State ............................................1996- Present

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2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball 2011 RMAC Standings

Colorado Mines Metro State Adams State Fort Lewis Nebraska-Kearney Chadron State Colorado Mesa Western State CSU-Pueblo New Mexico Highlands Western New Mexico UC-Colorado Springs Regis Colorado Christian

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Conference Record Win% PF

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GP

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Last 10 Streak

22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22

20-2 17-5 15-7 13-9 13-9 13-9 12-10 11-11 10-12 10-12 9-13 7-15 2-20 2-20

62.1 63.8 70.4 65.5 69.8 70.2 63.8 68.1 71.7 81.5 73.5 77.4 74.5 76.1

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29-3 25-7 19-9 16-12 16-12 13-14 16-13 13-14 13-13 12-14 9-17 8-20 5-21 4-24

0.906 0.781 0.679 0.571 0.571 0.481 0.552 0.481 0.500 0.462 0.346 0.286 0.192 0.143

61.7 62.7 70.7 67.2 70.4 72.9 63.1 69.2 69.9 80.9 74.8 77.4 73.4 77.7

9-1 7-3 5-5 7-3 5-5 8-2 5-5 6-4 4-6 4-6 4-6 1-9 1-9 1-9

0.909 0.773 0.682 0.591 0.591 0.591 0.545 0.500 0.455 0.455 0.409 0.318 0.091 0.091

75.5 73.8 76.4 69.8 72.8 69.1 68.6 67.5 72.0 78.9 71.6 71.4 61.0 60.2

76.8 72.5 79.9 69.5 72.2 70.3 67.3 66.3 70.6 79.7 71.5 70.9 63.1 60.8

Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 3 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 5 Lost 1

2011 RMAC All-Conference Teams First Team

Year

School

Pos.

Hometown/Previous School

*Brett Green *Matt Morris Reggie Evans Dale Minschwaner Michael Bear Jonathan Morse Mike Dentlinger T.J. Riley Moala Tautuaa Jack Osborn

Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr.

Colorado Mines Fort Lewis Metro State Colorado Mines Colorado Mesa Metro State Nebraska-Kearney Western N.M. Chadron State Adams State

G C G C F C F G C C

Peyton, Colo./Peyton HS Durango, Colo./Durango HS Aurora, Colo./Rangeview HS Albuquerque, N.M./Sandia Prep HS Delta, Colo./Delta HS Boulder, Colo./Fairview HS Omaha, Neb./Millard North HS Tyler, Texas/Lamar University San Francisco, Calif./Clairemont HS Hobart, Tasmania (Aus.)/Mullen HS

*- unanimous first team selection. Second Team

Year

School

Pos.

Hometown/Previous School

Chad Carter Marqus Richards Trevor Wages Jamiko Verner Colton Burgon Ty Trahern Brandon Jefferson Kevin McClelland Andre Martin Momcilo Latinovic

Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Western N.M. Adams State Colorado Mines Adams State Colorado Mesa CSU-Pueblo Metro State Chadron State CSU-Pueblo N.M. Highlands

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Tucson, Ariz. Ironwood Ridge HS Los Angeles, Calif./Trinidad State JC Littleton, Colo./Chatfield HS Denver, Colo./Cochise (Ariz.) CC Sandy, Utah/Hartnell College Kit Carson, Colo./Kit Carson HS Flower Mound, Texas/Lewisville HS Long Beach, Calif./Lakewood HS San Diego, Calif./Merritt (Calif.) College Belbrade, Serbia/Northern State

Third Team

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School

Pos.

Hometown/Previous School

Matt Billups Chris Curtis Alex Hart Jon Henderson Charles Joseph Trevor Ritchie Weylan Towns Jake Darby Demetrius Owens George Pollard

Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

Fort Lewis Chadron State Western State Nebraska-Kearney Western State Colorado Mines Western State UC-Colorado Springs Regis UC-Colorado Springs

G G G G C G G G F G

Los Lunas, N.M./Jacksonville CC Tustin, Calif./Chaminade (Hawaii) Grapevine, Texas/Colleyville Heritage HS Salt Lake City, Utah/Southern Utah Brooklyn, N.Y./Salt Lake CC Portland, Ore./Wilson HS Chandler, Ariz./Mesa CC Olathe, Kan./Newman (Kansas) San Leandro, Calif./San Leandro HS Colorado Springs, Colo./McCook (Neb.) JC

RMAC RMAC RMAC RMAC

Player of the Year - Brett Green, Colorado Mines Defensive Player of the Year - Jamiko Verner, Adams State Freshman of the Year - Trevor Ritchie, Colorado Mines Coach of the Year - Pryor Orser, Colorado Mines

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WIN GRADUATE Conference Team Leaders Scoring Offense 1. Adams State 2. N.Mexico Highlands 3. Colorado Mines 4. Nebraska-Kearney 5. Metro State 13. Regis University

G 28 26 32 28 32 26

W-L 19-9 12-14 29-3 16-12 25-7 5-21

Pts 2256 2072 2457 2034 2320 1640

Scoring Defense 1. Colorado Mines 2. Metro State 3. Colorado Mesa 4. Fort Lewis 5. Western State 10. Regis University

G 32 32 29 28 27 26

Pts 1975 2007 1831 1881 1868 1909

Avg. 61.7 62.7 63.1 67.2 69.2 73.4

Scoring Margin 1. Colorado Mines 2. Metro State 3. Adams State 4. Colorado Mesa 5. Fort Lewis 13. Regis University

G 32 32 28 29 28 26

Off. 76.8 72.5 80.6 67.3 69.5 63.1

Def. 61.7 62.7 71.1 63.1 67.2 73.4

Margin +15.1 +9.8 +9.5 +4.2 +2.3 -10.3

Free Throw Pct. 1. Nebraska-Kearney 2. Colorado Mines 3. CSU-Pueblo 4. Colorado Mesa 5. Metro State 12. Regis University

G 28 32 26 29 32 26

FTM 477 617 403 544 509 388

FTA 624 827 570 771 723 612

Pct. .764 .746 .707 .706 .704 .634

Field Goal Pct. 1. Adams State 2. Colorado Mines 3. Colorado Mesa 4. Chadron State 5. Nebraska-Kearney 13. Regis University

G 28 32 29 27 28 26

FGM 800 821 658 642 697 577

FGA 1666 1716 1428 1406 1536 1413

Pct. .480 .478 .461 .457 .454 .408

Field Goal Pct. Defense 1. Colorado Mesa 2. Colorado Mines 3. Western State 4. Adams State 5. Metro State 13. Regis University

G 29 32 27 28 32 26

FGM 636 713 657 626 684 698

FGA 1675 1731 1591 1491 1599 1413

Pct. .380 .412 .413 .420 .428 .494

3-Point FG Pct. 1. Colorado Mines 2. N.Mexico Highlands 3. Nebraska-Kearney 4. UC-Colorado Springs 5. Fort Lewis 14. Regis University

G 32 26 28 28 28 26

3FGM 198 195 163 235 169 98

3FGA 503 525 444 642 474 337

Pct. .394 .371 .367 .366 .357 .291

Rebounding Offense 1. N.Mexico Highlands 2. Metro State 3. Adams State 4. Colorado Mesa 5. Western State 11. Regis University

G 26 32 28 29 27 26

Reb. 997 1225 1065 1089 1011 859

Avg. 38.3 38.3 38.0 37.6 37.4 33.0

Rebounding Defense 1. Colorado Mines 2. Adams State 3. Metro State 4. Chadron State 5. Colorado Mesa 8. Regis University

G 32 28 32 27 29 26

Reb. 936 889 1018 873 946 903

Avg. 29.3 31.8 31.8 32.3 32.6 34.7

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G 32 32 28 29 28 26

Team 1161 1225 1065 1089 1005 859

Avg. 36.3 38.3 38.0 37.6 35.9 33.0

Opp. 936 1018 889 946 927 903

Blocked Shots 1. Western New Mexico 2. Colorado Mesa 3. N.Mexico Highlands 4. Adams State 5. Colorado Mines 8. Regis University

G 26 29 26 28 32 26

No. 100 108 94 95 108 69

Avg. 3.8 3.7 3.6 3.4 3.4 2.7

Assists 1. Adams State 2. Colorado Mines 3. Colorado Mesa 4. CSU-Pueblo 5. UC-Colorado Springs 11. Regis University

G 28 32 29 26 28 26

No. 415 440 393 344 365 284

Avg. 14.8 13.8 13.6 13.2 13.0 10.9

Steals 1. Adams State 2. CSU-Pueblo 3. Western New Mexico 4. UC-Colorado Springs 5. Fort Lewis 9. Regis University

G 28 26 26 28 28 26

No. 355 216 212 215 211 181

Avg. 12.7 8.3 8.2 7.7 7.5 7.0

3-Point FG Made G 1. UC-Colorado Springs 28 2. New Mexico Highlands 26 3. Colorado Christian 28 4. CSU-Pueblo 26 5. Western New Mexico 26 13. Regis University 26

No. 235 195 201 179 168 98

Avg. 8.4 7.5 7.2 6.9 6.5 3.8

Avg. 29.3 31.8 31.8 32.6 33.1 34.7

Margin +7.0 +6.5 +6.3 +4.9 +2.8 -1.7

Conference Individual Leaders

(Players listed below have played in at least 50.00 percent of their team’s games.) Scoring 1. Reggie Evans-MSCD 2. TJ Riley-WNMU 3. Chad Carter-WNMU 4. Brett Green-CSM 5. Matt Morris-FLC 23. Dionte Goodlett-RU 26. Demitrius Owens-RU

GP 29 26 26 32 27 26 26

FG 208 150 142 149 146 79 102

3FG 11 39 41 60 0 19 7

FG 111 130 83 137 114 128 81

Pts. 538 469 408 495 406 305 292

Rebounding 1. Matt Morris-FLC 2. Jonathan Morse-MSCD 3. Trevor Wages-CSM 4. Demitrius Owens-RU 5. Kaimyn Pruitt-ASC 21. Chris Johansen-RU

GP 27 32 32 26 27 26

Off. 96 147 98 88 67 43

Def. 178 150 191 121 137 85

Total 274 297 289 209 204 128

Avg. 10.1 9.3 9.0 8.0 7.6 4.9

Field Goal Percentage 1. Jack Osborn-ASC 2. Moala Tautuaa-CSC 3. Matt Morris-FLC 4. Chris Johansen-RU 5. Colton Burgon-CMU 16. Jon Conley-RU 29. Demitrius Owens-RU

GP 28 27 27 26 29 26 26

FG 143 125 146 98 132 81 102

FGA Pct. 218 .656 202 .619 248 .589 174 .563 236 .559 162 .500 230 .443

Avg. 18.6 18.0 15.7 15.5 15.0 11.7 11.2


2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball Assists 1. Bryse Velasquez-CSUP 2. Jamiko Verner-ASC 3. Juan Suarez-WNMU 4. Max Froehlich-UNK 5. Billy Austin-NMHU 18. Dionte Goodlett-RU

GP 26 27 26 28 26 26

No. 139 122 92 92 83 54

Avg 5.3 4.5 3.5 3.3 3.2 2.1

Blocked Shots 1. Charles Joseph-WSC 2. Chad Carter-WNMU 3. Michael Bear-CMU 4. Dale Minschwaner-CSM 5. Tony Black-CCU 15. Demitrius Owens-RU

GP 27 26 24 31 28 26

No. 52 50 28 36 30 19

Avg 1.9 1.9 1.2 1.2 1.1 0.7

Steals 1. Jamiko Verner-ASC 2. Andre Martin-CSUP 3. TJ Riley-WNMU 4. Marcus Ayala-FLC 5. Brandon Jefferson-MSCD 7. Demitrius Owens-RU

GP 27 25 26 28 32 26

No. 101 57 51 53 60 39

Avg 3.7 2.3 2.0 1.9 1.9 1.5

Offensive Rebounds 1. Jonathan Morse-MSCD 2. Matt Morris-FLC 3. Demitrius Owens-RU 4. Charles Joseph-WSC 5. Trevor Wages-CSM 18. Chris Johansen-RU 30. Jon Conley-RU

GP 32 27 26 27 32 26 26

No. 147 96 88 86 98 43 35

Avg 4.6 3.6 3.4 3.2 3.1 1.7 1.3

Season Regular Season Champion Tournament Champion 2011-12 Colorado Mines Colorado Mines 2010-11 Colorado Mines Fort Lewis 2009-10 Mesa State Metro State 2008-09 Metro State Metro State 2007-08 Fort Lewis Fort Lewis 2006-07 Metro State Metro State 2005-06 Fort Hays State Nebraska-Kearney 2004-05 Nebraska-Kearney, Fort Lewis, Metro State Metro State 2003-04 Metro State Metro State 2002-03 Nebraska-Kearney Metro State 2001-02 Nebraska-Kearney Fort Lewis 2000-01 Fort Hays State Metro State 1999-00 Metro State Metro State 1998-99 Mesa State Metro State 1997-98 Metro State Nebraska-Kearney 1996-97 Fort Hays State Fort Hays State 1995-96 Fort Hays State Fort Hays State 1994-95 Mesa State Fort Hays State 1993-94 Mesa State, Chadron State Fort Hays State 1992-93 Western State Western State 1991-92 Fort Hays State 1990-91 Adams State, Mesa State 1989-90 Colorado Mines, Mesa State 1988-89 Fort Lewis 1987-88 Colorado Mines 1986-87 Fort Lewis 1985-86 Mesa State 1984-85 Mesa State 1983-84 Mesa State 1982-83 Southern Utah State 1981-82 Western New Mexico 1980-81 Western New Mexico 1979-80 Western New Mexico 1978-79 Western New Mexico 1977-78 Southern Utah, Mesa State, Regis 1976-77 Mesa State 1975-76 Mesa State 1974-75 Western New Mexico 1973-74 Westminster 1972-73 Westminster School Regular Season Championships Tournament Championships Colorado Mines 4 1 Colorado Mesa 12 0 Metro State 6 9 Fort Lewis 4 3 Fort Hays State 5 4 Nebraska-Kearney 3 2 Chadron State 1 0 Western State 1 1 Adams State 1 0 Southern Utah 2 0 Western New Mexico 5 0 Regis 1 0 Westminster 2 0

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WIN GRADUATE Points Game: 166, Colorado Christian vs. American Indian, 11/19/97 Season: 3,269, Metro State, 2003-04 Per Game: 97.9, Fort Lewis, 1990-91 Field Goals Made Game: 70, Colorado Christian vs. American Indian, 11/19/97 Season: 1196, Metro State, 2003-04 Field-Goal Percentage Game: .750 (36 of 48), Adams State vs. N.Mexico Highlands, 1977-78 .750 (12 of 16), Nebraska-Kearney vs. Southern Colorado 2/27/01 Season: .561 (1123 of 1999), Mesa State, 1988-89 Three-Point Field Goals Made Game: 22, Western State vs. New Mexico Highlands, 1999-00 Season: 322, Western State, 2008-09 Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage Game (minimum 15 made): .800 (16-20), Chadron State at Colorado Christian, 2/2/07 .773 (17 of 22), Nebraska-Kearney at Metro State, 2/20/10 Season: .446 (220-493), Colorado Christian, 2004-05 .409 (236 of 577), Mesa State, 2009-10 Free Throws Made Game: 44, Chadron State vs Regis, 1991-92 Season: 736, Mesa State, 1988-89 Free Throw Percentage Game (minimum 17 made): 1.000 (19-19), Nebraska-Kearney at Colo. Christian, 01/27/12 1.000 (22-22), Metro State at CSU-Pueblo, 2005-06 1.000 (22-22), New Mexico Highlands vs. Colorado Mines, 1981-82 1.000 (21-21), Nebraska-Kearney vs. Regis, 2/20/98 1.000 (17-17), Southern Colorado vs. Air Force, 1973-74 Season: .794 (627-794), Metro State, 2004-05 .781 (442-566), Nebraska-Kearney, 2010-11 Rebounds Game: 82, Southern Colorado vs. Eastern Montana, 1967-68 Season: 1543, Southern Colorado, 1967-68 Per Game: 44.4, Fort Lewis, 1997-98 Rebound Margin* Season: 10.0, Metro State, 2003-04 Assists Game: 42, Colorado Christian vs. American Indian, 11/19/97 Season: 663, New Mexico Highlands, 1985-86 Per Game: 24.6, New Mexico Highlands, 1985-86 Steals Game: 42, Colorado Christian vs. American Indian, 11/19/97 Season: 521, Metro State, 2003-04 Per Game: 14.9, Metro State, 2003-04 Blocks Game: 13, Colorado Mines at Adams State 1/17/03 Season: 190, Southern Colorado, 1982-83 Per Game: 6.3, Southern Colorado, 1982-83 Victories in a Season 34, Fort Hays State, 1995-96 33, Metro State, 1999-00 32, Metro State, 2003-04 Consecutive Victories 49, Fort Hays State (34 in 1995-96, 15 in 1996-97) Most Improved Team From One Season to the Next 19, New Mexico Highlands (1-26, 2007-08 to 20-8, 2008-09) Consecutive Home-Court Victories 53, Fort Hays State, 1995-99 Consecutive Regular -Season Victories 42, Fort Hays State (27 in 1995-96, 15 in 1996-97) Consecutive Winning Seasons 15, Metro State, 1997-98 to Present Individual Points Half: 45, Stephen Bahl, Colorado Mines vs. South Dakota, 11/26/04 Game: 59, Russ Pulling, Colorado Mines vs. Colorado College, 1985-86 Season: 832, Jon Baskin, Mesa State, 1990-91 Season PPG: 28.4, Mark Cassidy, New Mexico Highlands, 1979-80 Career: 2,551, Raul Varela, Colorado Mines, 1992-96 Career PPG (min. 1000 total): 26.4, Dennis Edwards, Fort Hays State, 1993-95

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Field Goals Made Game: 22, Dennis Edwards, Fort Hays St. vs. Emporia St., 11/30/94 22, Dennis Edwards, Fort Hays State vs. Rockhurst (MO), 2/23/94 22, Dennis Edwards, Fort Hays State vs. Adams State, 3/1/94 Season: 325, Jon Baskin, Mesa State, 1990-91 Career: 856, Cal Tatum, Southern Colorado, 1969-73 Field Goal Percentage Game (minimum 10 made): 1.000 (10-10), Mike Dentlinger, NE-Kearney vs. Western N.M. (01/13/12) 1.000 (15-15), Patrick Hannaway, UCCS vs. Carroll, 11/24/06 1.000 (12-12), Eric Hawkins, Mesa State vs. So. Utah St., 1985-86 1.000 (10-10), Jarred Perry, Mesa St. vs. UC-Colo. Springs, 2/27/04 Season: .698 (67-of-96), Mike McNish, Colorado Mines, 1999-2000 Career (min. 300 made) 73.9% (833-1127), Jon Baskin, Mesa State, 1988-91 Three-Point Field Goals Made Game: 12, Russ Crafton, Chadron State vs. Adams State, 1992-93 Season: 125, by Mike Ziegler, Colorado Mines, 1987-88 Career: 344, Mike Ziegler, Colorado Mines, 1986-90 Three-Point Field-Goal Percentage Game (minimum 6 made): 1.000 (6-6), Chris Deans, Neb.-Kearney vs. CSU-Pueblo, 01/21/12 1.000 (7-7), Brett Cloepfil, CSU-Pueblo vs. South Dakota, 11/26/05 1.000 (6-6) Daniel Steffensen, Fort Lewis at Colo. Mines, 01/15/11 1.000 (6-6) Ryan Holocher, Colo. Christian at Adams State, 02/18/11 1.000 (6-6), Drew Hoffman, Colo. Mines vs. UC-Colo. Springs, 2/6/10 1.000 (6-6) Michael Morse, Metro State vs. CSU-Pueblo, 01/08/05 1.000 (6-6), Drew Williamson, Metro St. vs. South Dakota, 03/15/05 Season: .545 (30-55), Troy Johnson, Colorado Christian, 2004-05 Career (min. 100 made): 48.0% (122-254), Greg Muth, Metro State, 2002-06 47.3% (148-313), Jim Rhodes, Fort Hays State 1999-2002 Free Throws Made Game: 27, Eric Strand, Nebraska-Kearney vs. Chadron St., 2/06/98 Season: 234, Roman Andrade, New Mexico Highlands, 2009-10 205, Nick Branting, Nebraska-Kearney, 2003-04 Career: 674, Raul Varela, Colorado Mines, 1992-96 Consecutive Free Throws Made Season: 74, Mike Hall, Adams State, 1991-92 Free-Throw Percentage Game (minimum 15 made): 1.000 (20-20), Roman Andrade, N.M. Highlands at Chadron St., 12/5/09 1.000 (15-15), Daanyal McKelvey, Mesa State v. UCCS 12/18/98 1.000 (15-15), Scott Wilson, Western State vs. Adams State, 1985-86 1.000 (15-15), Ben Santistevan, N.M. Highlands vs. Mesa St., 1983-84 Season: .944 (85-90), Rory Morgan, Colorado Christian, 2007-08 .935 (87 of 93), Travis Starns, Colorado Mines, 1998-99 Career (min. 100 made): 88.8% (142-160), Kevin Williams, Fort Lewis, 2003-05 86.9% (411-473), Mike Hall, Adams St. (1989-92)/Western N.Mexico (1988-89) Rebounds Game: 28, Ed Jackson, Adams St. vs. New Mexico Highlands, 1977-78 Season: 477, Tony DuCros, Regis, 1973-74 Season RPG: 17.9, Tony DuCros, Regis, 1973-74 Career: 1129, Jeff Rhodes, Colorado Mines, 1978-82 Career RPG (min. 500 total): 14.5, Tony DuCros, Regis, 1974-76 Assists Game: 22, Ernest Jenkins, New Mexico Highlands vs. Panhandle, 1993-94 Season: 277, Ernest Jenkins, New Mexico Highlands, 1993-94 Season APG: 10.3, Ernest Jenkins, New Mexico Highlands, 1993-94 Career: 640, Bob Barrows, Mesa State, 1981-84 Career APG (min. 350 total): 8.6, David Bennett, Regis, 1979-82 Blocked Shots Game: 10, Steve Schutz, Fort Lewis, 12/13/96 at Metro State Season: 93, Ben Ortner, Metro State, 2004-05 88, Alonzo Goldston, Fort Hays State, 1995-96 Season BPG: 3.3, Benny Wright, Western State, 1982-83 Career: 246, Justin Neuhaus, Colorado Christian, 2006-10 Career BPG (min. 100 total): 2.5, Alonzo Goldston, Fort Hays State, 1994-97 Steals Game: 10, Peron Austin, Southern Colorado vs. Adams State, 1996-97 Season: 114, Drew Williamson, Metro State, 2005-06 114, Luke Kendall, Metro State, 2003-04 Season SPG: 3.8, Peron Austin, Southern Colorado, 1996-97 3.7, Jamiko Verner, Adams State, 2011-12 Career: 338, Luke Kendall, Metro State, 2000-04 Career SPG (min. 150 total): 3.28, Peron Austin, Southern Colorado, 1996-98


History/Records

2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball

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WIN GRADUATE LEAD REGIS MEN’S BASKETBALL 1,000 POINT CLUB 1. DENNIS BOONE - 1,901 POINTS

5. DARRON GREER - 1,104 POINTS

6-5, C, 1989-91, Waterloo, Iowa/Iowa Central CC (Waterloo West HS)

6-3, G, 1956-60, Denver, Colo. (Manual HS)

Season 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 Totals

GP N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

FG N/A N/A N/A N/A 765

3PT 0 0 0 0 0

FT N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

PTS N/A N/A N/A N/A 1,901

Avg. N/A N/A N/A N/A 20.7

2. DON FORTNEY - 1,756 POINTS GP 24 23 25 14 86

FG 94 165 186 90 535

3PT 0 0 0 0 0

FT 114 195 268 109 686

PTS 302 525 640 289 1,756

Avg. 12.6 22.8 25.6 20.6 20.4

3. DANNY NEWTON - 1,380 POINTS 6-3, G, 1987-91, Grand Junction, Colo. (Grand Junction HS)

Season 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 Totals

GP 25 26 29 29 109

FG 48 150 147 149 494

3PT 17 60 61 69 207

FT 12 58 55 60 185

PTS 125 418 410 427 1,380

Avg. 5.0 16.1 14.1 14.7 12.7

4. CARLOS BOYD - 1,119 POINTS 6-6, F, 1992-97, Colorado Springs, Colo. (Harrison HS)

Season 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 Totals

GP 26 5 17 30 25 103

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FG 89 25 70 124 154 462

3PT 0 0 2 0 0 2

FT 42 14 29 53 55 193

PTS 220 64 171 301 363 1,119

GP 29 29 58

FG 219 236 455

3PT 0 0 0

FT 77 117 194

PTS 515 589 1,104

Avg. 17.8 20.3 19.0

6. MATT ROSINSKI - 1,075 POINTS

6-2, G, 2008-10, Glendale, Ariz./Phoenix College (Ironwood HS)

6-5, G/F, 1965-69, Tuscola, Ill. (Tuscola HS)

Season 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 Totals

Season 1989-90 1990-91 Totals

Avg. 8.5 12.8 10.1 10.0 14.5 10.9

Season 2008-09 2009-10 Totals

GP 27 27 54

FG 160 223 383

3PT 43 50 93

FT 105 111 216

PTS 468 607 1,075

Avg. 17.3 22.5 19.9

7. TONY DuCROS - 1,020 POINTS 6-7, F, 1972-76, Colorado Springs, Colo. (St. Mary’s HS)

Season 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 Totals

GP N/A N/A 24 26 50

FG N/A N/A 220 217 437

3PT 0 0 0 0 0

FT N/A N/A 61 85 146

PTS N/A N/A 501 519 1,020

Avg. N/A N/A 20.9 20.0 20.4


2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball (Jan 25, 2013) Team Season Year-by-Year Season

g

Total fg-fga

pct

1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1971-72 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

21 26 24 25 25 25 25 24 26 26 27 27 27 28 27 27 28 28 28 29 28 27 29 29 30 27 28 17 30 26 27 27 26 26 27 27 27 27 25 26 28 27 27 26 26

535-1210 573-1501 647-1584 765-1730 702-1754 754-1652 759-1705 733-1662 833-1831 826-1761 853-1801 718-1560 756-1437 722-1491 767-1616 708-1523 804-1628 664-1438 781-1660 727-1618 786-1570 685-1486 769-1613 847-1685 919-1807 803-1580 711-1593 473-995 783-1683 632-1357 733-1490 741-1514 628-1448 653-1439 669-1477 670-1496 671-1394 676-1434 602-1242 614-1347 702-1568 720-1592 692-1528 575-1345 577-1413

.442 .382 .408 .442 .400 .456 .445 .441 .455 .469 .474 .460 .526 .484 .475 .465 .494 .462 .470 .449 .501 .461 .477 .503 .509 .508 .446 .475 .465 .466 .492 .489 .434 .454 .453 .448 .481 .471 .485 .456 .448 .452 .453 .428 .408

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3-Point fg-fga

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 61-179 85-248 103-294 94-255 108-297 165-410 115-323 161-449 77-213 135-404 123-344 147-407 172-458 150-433 141-384 133-366 149-440 159-422 146-378 134-331 97-352 158-453 94-309 120-343 116-348 98-337

pct

.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .341 .343 .350 .369 .364 .402 .356 .359 .362 .334 .358 .361 .376 .346 .367 .363 .339 .377 .386 .405 .276 .349 .304 .350 .333 .291

F-Throws ft-fta pct

417-613 495-719 519-735 575-845 548-814 577-927 531-745 291-432 350-513 332-499 369-538 362-565 291-435 353-514 288-469 268-419 334-538 406-599 336-533 349-532 432-645 398-613 434-719 445-692 486-680 531-748 513-796 339-511 516-823 389-627 468-696 447-628 354-561 350-554 414-585 371-526 459-671 413-598 371-542 333-548 438-657 360-506 374-549 318-490 388-612

.680 .688 .706 .680 .673 .622 .713 .674 .682 .665 .686 .641 .669 .687 .614 .640 .621 .678 .630 .656 .670 .649 .604 .643 .715 .710 .644 .663 .627 .620 .672 .712 .631 .632 .708 .705 .684 .691 .685 .608 .667 .711 .681 .649 .634

off

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 342 270 337 331 350 292 348 357 316 308 304 208 332 281 322 342 325 348 328 316 267 333 221 283 289 335 282 242 313

Rebounds def tot

986 1018 1057 1174 1314 1270 1223 1016 987 984 1041 770 768 794 873 840 612 568 605 640 632 543 687 648 668 594 580 371 708 573 610 581 582 538 525 575 630 548 501 584 621 542 552 486 546

986 1018 1057 1174 1314 1270 1223 1016 987 984 1041 770 768 794 873 840 954 838 942 971 982 835 1035 1005 984 902 884 579 1040 854 932 923 907 886 853 891 897 881 722 867 910 877 834 728 859

avg

pf

fo

ast

47.0 39.2 44.0 47.0 52.6 50.8 48.9 42.3 38.0 37.8 38.6 28.5 28.4 28.4 32.3 31.1 34.1 29.9 33.6 33.5 35.1 30.9 35.7 34.7 32.8 33.4 31.6 34.1 34.7 32.8 34.5 34.2 34.9 34.1 31.6 33.0 33.2 32.6 28.9 33.3 32.5 32.5 30.9 28.0 33.0

422 454 482 548 577 568 517 0 0 0 0 0 0 617 536 632 606 581 627 657 588 589 631 622 654 638 616 381 645 535 581 573 547 512 588 534 489 568 489 537 637 584 522 522 476

0 0 0 0 0 21 24 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 16 32 26 8 18 15 16 24 26 21 8 16 15 26 29 21 17 25 20 14 12 13 19 34 27 13 11 10

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 421 402 444 282 502 368 449 420 414 344 370 371 403 403 371 229 381 362 436 400 367 318 349 363 385 409 326 365 370 409 402 307 284

to

blk

stl

Scoring pts avg

0 0 0 1487 70.8 0 0 0 1641 63.1 0 0 0 1813 75.5 0 0 0 2105 84.2 0 0 0 1952 78.1 0 0 0 2085 83.4 0 0 0 2049 82.0 0 0 0 1757 73.2 0 0 0 2016 77.5 0 0 0 1984 76.3 0 0 0 2075 76.9 0 0 0 1798 66.6 0 0 0 1803 66.8 259 45 203 1797 64.2 323 63 260 1822 67.5 435 40 139 1684 62.4 422 50 233 1942 69.4 412 53 201 1734 61.9 439 88 304 1898 67.8 463 84 281 1864 64.3 485 60 273 2089 74.6 481 35 247 1871 69.3 463 69 242 2066 71.2 423 63 291 2247 77.5 452 61 333 2489 83.0 373 70 265 2252 83.4 410 65 231 2096 74.9 272 36 179 1362 80.1 483 92 258 2217 73.9 407 59 203 1776 68.3 428 75 245 2081 77.1 432 81 239 2101 77.8 393 73 198 1760 67.7 349 75 210 1797 69.1 361 30 195 1885 69.8 424 55 184 1860 68.9 410 65 184 1960 72.6 385 59 165 1911 70.8 371 36 168 1709 68.4 412 61 157 1658 63.8 381 122 180 2000 71.4 401 88 231 1894 70.1 375 72 234 1878 69.6 371 48 194 1584 60.9 402 69 180 1640 63.1

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WIN GRADUATE

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RANGERS ON THE ALL-RMAC TEAMS East Division First Team Matt Rosinski ....................................2009-10 Geremey Gibson ................................2007-08 Austin Christensen ............................2003-04 David Carey .......................................1998-99 Pellar Sparks .....................................1997-98 East Division Second Team Matt Rosinski ....................................2008-09 Brandon Butler ..................................2006-07 Brandon Butler ..................................2005-06 Austin Christensen ............................2004-05 Randell Nelson ...................................2001-02 East Division Third Team Andy Pokorny ....................................2008-09 East Division Honorable Mention James Bullock ...................................2007-08 Adam Vaden ......................................2007-08 Nick Winder .......................................2006-07 Logan Garvin .....................................2005-06 Julian Biglow .....................................2004-05 Kent Brown .......................................2004-05 Brandon Jones ..................................2003-04 Jeremy Bennett .................................2002-03 Casey Fisher ......................................2002-03 Corey LeDuff ......................................2001-02 All-RMAC First Team David Carey .......................................1998-99 George Aguilar ...................................1979-80 Carl Rustin ........................................1978-79 Dave Fredrickson ...............................1977-78 Dave Fredrickson ...............................1976-77 Tony DuCros .....................................1975-76 Tony DuCros .....................................1974-75 Tony DuCros .....................................1973-74 All-RMAC Second Team Mitch Peterson ...................................1980-81 George Aguilar ...................................1978-79 All-RMAC Third Team Demitrius Owens ...............................2011-12 Curtis Mitchell ...................................2010-11

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All-RMAC Honorable Mention Darryl Reshaw ...................................1982-83 Henry Wallican ..................................1981-82 David Bennett ....................................1981-82 Bud Jones .........................................1981-82 Mike Upkins ......................................1981-82 Scott Courtis .....................................1980-81


2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball Down to the Wire (Since 1976-77) Year 76-77 77-78 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 89-90 90-91 91-92 92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 Totals

1 pt. 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-1 2-0 1-2 0-0 3-1 4-2 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-2 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-0 1-2 0-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 2-1 0-1 2-0 0-0 24-21

2 pt. 0-2 0-0 0-1 3-1 3-0 3-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 2-1 2-2 0-1 0-1 1-1 1-0 0-1 2-1 0-0 3-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-1 3-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-1 1-0 28-22

3 pt. 0-3 0-1 2-1 1-2 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 2-1 1-1 2-0 2-0 2-1 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-0 5-0 1-1 1-0 2-2 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-0 1-0 1-2 1-2 1-0 0-2 0-3 0-0 0-1 28-33

4 pt. 1-0 0-0 3-1 0-1 2-0 1-0 2-1 0-0 0-2 0-3 0-1 0-0 2-1 0-1 2-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 0-2 1-1 0-0 1-2 0-3 0-0 0-1 0-1 24-22

5 pt. 1-0 1-1 4-0 0-1 2-2 0-0 1-1 1-0 0-0 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-1 2-1 0-0 1-2 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 1-2 1-0 1-3 2-1 1-2 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 24-26

5 pts. or less 2-5 1-2 10-3 5-6 10-2 5-4 4-4 4-3 4-5 4-5 4-3 4-3 4-6 3-4 3-4 5-3 2-3 4-3 4-0 9-0 2-4 2-0 4-3 0-5 3-3 3-4 3-1 2-5 3-3 4-5 2-4 2-2 4-8 0-4 2-2 1-3 128-124

100-Point Games (Since 1976-77) Date 11/29/76 02/05/77 02/11/77 12/02/77 02/21/78 12/08/78 11/23/79 11/30/85 12/17/91 01/20/92 02/04/92 02/15/92 02/22/92 11/20/92 12/12/92 11/27/94 01/03/95 02/14/97 11/24/98 02/06/99 12/29/02 11/17/04 12/28/05 12/04/07

Opponent Rocky Mountain Westminster New Mexico Highlands Metro State Colorado College New Mexico Highlands Rockmont California State, San Bernardino Colorado Mines Chadron State at Colorado Mines at Colorado Christian Fort Lewis Langston Chadron State William Penn Rockford Chadron State Colorado College Colorado Christian Avila at Johson & Wales Judson Johnson & Wales

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Result W W W W W W W W W W W W (OT) W W W W W W W W W W W W

Score 105-66 101-89 100-90 108-45 100-54 103-79 100-54 100-63 100-74 100-73 106-102 101-95 107-94 120-84 106-92 101-70 100-58 105-90 101-81 100-80 112-74 105-82 104-56 101-86

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WIN GRADUATE Career Points Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1901 - Dennis Boone - 1956-60 1756 - Don Fortney (86 games) - 1965-69 1380 - Danny Newton (109 games) - 1987-91 1119 - Carlos Boyd (103 games) - 1992-97 1104 - Darron Greer (58 games) - 1989-91 1075 - Matt Rosinski (54 games) - 2008-10 1026 - Marcus Harris (58 games) - 1994-98 1020 - Tony DuCros (50 games) - 1974-76 980 - Corey LeDuff (106 games) - 1998-02 964 - Dave Fredrickson (58 games) - 1975-78

Season Points Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

640 607 589 579 572 525 519 515 506 501

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Don Fortney (25 games) - 1967-68 Matt Rosinski (27 games) - 2009-10 Darron Greer (29 games) - 1990-91 Marcus Harris (30 games) - 1995-96 Mickey Shannon - 1954-55 Don Fortney (23 games) - 1966-67 Tony Ducros (26 games) - 1975-76 Darron Greer (29 games) - 1989-90 Geremey Gibson (28 games) - 2007-08 Tony DuCros (24 games) - 1974-75

Game Points Leaders (Since 1986-87) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 8.

51 41 39 37 35 35 35 34 34 34 34 34

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Cozel Walker: vs. St. Joseph’s; 1964 Geremey Gibson; at Chadron State; 2/23/2008 Geremey Gibson; Eastern New Mexico; 11/24/2007 Matt Rosinski; Peru State; 1/4/2009 Darron Greer; Fort Lewis; 1/5/1990 Darron Greer; Grand Canyon; 3/3/1990 Marcus Harris; Chadron State; 1/3/1996 Curtis Mitchell; Chadron State; 2/20/2010 Darron Greer; Chadron State; 2/12/1990 Jeremy Bennett; North Central College; 11/28/2001 John Nilles; Chadron State; 1/30/1988 Peller Sparks; Metro State; 2/6/1998

Year-by-Year Point Leaders 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88

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Dionte Goodlett ........................................ 305 Curtis Mitchell ......................................... 352 Matt Rosinski .......................................... 607 Matt Rosinski .......................................... 468 Geremey Gibson ...................................... 506 Brandon Butler ........................................ 487 Brandon Butler ........................................ 366 Austin Christensen .................................. 341 Austin Christensen .................................. 439 Torrance Toomer ...................................... 336 Corey LeDuff ............................................ 293 Corey LeDuff ............................................ 352 Steve Bentz .............................................. 359 Steve Bentz .............................................. 422 Martin Glastetter ..................................... 369 Carlos Boyd ............................................. 363 Marcus Harris.......................................... 579 Marcus Harris.......................................... 467 Kris Hicks ................................................ 440 Gary Walker............................................. 413 David Horton ........................................... 385 Darron Greer ........................................... 589 Darron Greer ........................................... 515 Danny Newton ......................................... 418 John Nilles............................................... 496

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1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82

Sam Batey ............................................... 350 Cevin Hopp .............................................. 389 Charles Howell ......................................... 461 Harold Cotton .......................................... 359 Darryl Reshaw ......................................... 345 Mike Upkins ............................................ 299

Career Points/Game Leaders 1. 2.

20.7 20.4 20.4 4. 19.9 5. 19.0 6. 17.7 7. 16.7 8. 16.6 9. 16.3 10. 16.3

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Dennis Boone - 1956-60 Don Fortney (86 games) - 1965-69 Tony DuCros (50 games) - 1974-76 Matt Rosinski (54 games) - 2008-10 Darron Greer (58 games) - 1989-91 Marcus Harris (58 games) - 1994-98 Brandon Butler (51 games) - 2005-07 Dave Fredrickson (58 games) - 1975-78 Carl Rustin (53 games) - 1977-79 Steve Bentz (48 games) - 1998-00

Season Points/Game Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

25.6 23.7 22.8 22.5 20.9 20.6 20.3 20.0 19.3 18.7

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Don Fortney (25 games) - 1967-68 Cozel Walker (21 games) - 1963-64 Don Fortney (23 games) - 1966-67 Matt Rosinski (27 games) - 2009-10 Tony DuCros (24 games) - 1974-75 Don Fortney (14 games) - 1968-69 Darron Greer (29 games) - 1990-91 Tony Ducros (26 games) - 1975-76 Marcus Harris (30 games) - 1995-96 Brandon Butler (26 games) - 2006-07

Year-by-Year Point/Set Leaders 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82

Dionte Goodlett........................................ 11.7 Curtis Mitchell ......................................... 15.3 Matt Rosinski .......................................... 22.5 Matt Rosinski .......................................... 17.3 Geremey Gibson ...................................... 18.1 Brandon Butler ........................................ 18.7 Brandon Butler ........................................ 14.6 Austin Christensen .................................. 12.6 Austin Christensen .................................. 16.3 Torrance Toomer...................................... 12.9 Randell Nelson ......................................... 11.6 Corey LeDuff ............................................ 13.5 Steve Bentz .............................................. 17.1 Steve Bentz .............................................. 15.6 Martin Glastetter ..................................... 13.7 Carlos Boyd ............................................. 14.5 Marcus Harris ......................................... 19.3 Marcus Harris ......................................... 16.1 Kris Hicks ................................................ 15.7 Gary Walker ............................................ 15.3 Gary Walker ............................................ 13.8 Darron Greer ........................................... 20.3 Darron Greer ........................................... 17.8 Danny Newton ......................................... 16.1 John Nilles .............................................. 17.7 Sam Batey ............................................... 12.1 Cevin Hopp .............................................. 13.9 Charles Howell......................................... 16.5 Harold Cotton .......................................... 12.8 Darryl Reshaw ......................................... 12.8 Mike Upkins ............................................ 12.0


2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball Career Field Goals Made Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

765 535 494 462 455 437 420 383 366 352

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Dennis Boone - 1956-60 Don Fortney (86 games) - 1965-69 Danny Newton (109 games) - 1987-91 Carlos Boyd (103 games) - 1992-97 Darron Greer (58 games) - 1989-91 Tony DuCros (50 games) - 1974-76 Dave Fredrickson (58 games) - 1975-78 Matt Rosinski (54 games) - 2008-10 Carl Rustin (53 games) - 1977-79 Alonzo Goggins (66 games) - 1975-78

Season Field Goals Made Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

236 223 220 219 217 212 211 200 196 195 195

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Darron Greer (29 games) - 1990-91 Matt Rosinski (27 games) - 2009-10 Tony DuCros (24 games) - 1974-75 Darron Greer (29 games) - 1989-90 Tony Ducros (26 games) - 1975-76 Dave Fredrickson (26 games) - 1976-77 Dennis Boone - 1956-57 Carl Rustin (27 games) - 1978-79 Marcus Harris (30 games) - 1995-96 Charles Howell (28 games) - 1984-85 John Nilles (28 games) - 1987-88

Game Field Goals Made Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 7.

19 18 17 15 15 15 14 14 14 14

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(Since 1986-87) Dennis Boone; 1960 Geremey Gibson; Eastern New Mexico; 11/24/2007 Darron Greer; Fort Lewis; 1/5/1990 Darron Greer; Grand Canyon; 3/3/1990 Geremey Gibson; at Chadron State; 2/23/2008 Matt Rosinski; Peru State; 1/4/2009 Austin Christensen; Nebraska-Kearney; 2/7/2004 Butler, Brandon; vs Minnesota Duluth; 12/2/2006 Darron Greer; Chadron State; 2/12/1990 John Nilles; Chadron State; 1/30/1988

Year-by-Year Field Goals Made Leaders 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82

Demitrius Owens ...................................... 102 Curtis Mitchell .......................................... 126 Matt Rosinski ............................................ 223 Matt Rosinski ............................................ 160 Geremey Gibson ........................................ 183 Brandon Butler ......................................... 184 Brandon Butler ......................................... 136 Kent Brown ............................................... 120 Austin Christensen ................................... 161 Torrance Toomer ....................................... 148 Cortez Washington .................................... 101 Corey LeDuff ............................................. 123 William Dicks ............................................ 131 Steve Bentz ............................................... 139 Martin Glastetter....................................... 130 Carlos Boyd .............................................. 154 Marcus Harris ........................................... 196 Marcus Harris ........................................... 156 Kris Hicks ................................................. 147 Gary Walker .............................................. 143 Tommy Crawford ....................................... 141 Darron Greer............................................. 236 Darron Greer............................................. 219 Danny Newton .......................................... 150 John Nilles ................................................ 195 Sam Batey................................................. 140 Cevin Hopp ............................................... 174 Charles Howell .......................................... 195 Harold Cotton ........................................... 144 Darryl Reshaw .......................................... 135 Mike Upkins .............................................. 130

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Career Field Goals Attempted Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

1160 - Danny Newton (109 games) - 1987-91 1129 - Don Fortney (86 games) - 1965-69 990 - Tony DuCros (50 games) - 1974-76 926 - Matt Rosinski (54 games) - 2008-10 874 - Carlos Boyd (103 games) - 1992-97 859 - Dave Fredrickson (58 games) - 1975-78 781 - Rich Schraeder (97 games) - 1965-69 781 - Carl Rustin (53 games) - 1977-79 9. 749 - Corey LeDuff (106 games) - 1998-02 10. 730 - Darron Greer (58 games) - 1989-91

Season Field Goals Attempted Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

547 501 489 436 412 398 388 379 369 369

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Matt Rosinski (27 games) - 2009-10 Tony DuCros (24 games) - 1974-75 Tony Ducros (26 games) - 1975-76 Carl Rustin (27 games) - 1978-79 Dave Fredrickson (26 games) - 1976-77 Marcus Harris (30 games) - 1995-96 Charles Howell (28 games) - 1984-85 Matt Rosinski (27 games) - 2008-09 Don Fortney (25 games) - 1967-68 Darron Greer (29 games) - 1990-91

Game Field Goals Att. Leaders 1. 2. 5.

34 25 25 25 24 24 24 24 24 24

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(Since 1986-87) Dave Meller; vs. Denver; 1972-73 Matt Rosinski; Peru State; 1/4/2009 Matt Rosinski; at UC-Colorado Springs; 1/22/2010 Matt Rosinski; Colorado College; 12/15/2009 Darron Greer; Fort Lewis; 1/5/1990 Matt Rosinski; Western New Mexico; 1/7/2010 Matt Rosinski; at N.M. Highlands; 1/16/2010 Matt Rosinski; Colorado Mines; 1/30/2010 Matt Rosinski; at Colorado Mines; 2/12/2010 Matt Rosinski; at Mesa State; 12/12/2009

Year-by-Year Field Goals Attempted Leaders 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82

Breen Weeks ............................................. 276 Curtis Mitchell .......................................... 303 Matt Rosinski ............................................ 547 Matt Rosinski ............................................ 379 Andy Pokorny ............................................ 306 Brandon Butler ......................................... 291 Brandon Butler ......................................... 231 Austin Christensen ................................... 242 Austin Christensen ................................... 282 Torrance Toomer ....................................... 295 Cortez Washington .................................... 228 Corey LeDuff ............................................. 273 Steve Bentz ............................................... 297 Steve Bentz ............................................... 332 David Carey .............................................. 265 Carlos Boyd .............................................. 267 Marcus Harris ........................................... 398 Marcus Harris ........................................... 294 Kris Hicks ................................................. 321 Gary Walker .............................................. 268 David Horton............................................. 256 Darron Greer............................................. 369 Danny Newton .......................................... 362 Danny Newton .......................................... 337 John Nilles ................................................ 317 Sam Batey................................................. 340 Cevin Hopp ............................................... 320 Charles Howell .......................................... 388 Harold Cotton ........................................... 316 Darryl Reshaw .......................................... 298 Allan Branch ............................................. 268

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WIN GRADUATE Career Field Goal Pct. Leaders (Min. 200 Made) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.623 .613 .594 .591 .583 .564 .560 .557 .540 .540

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Darron Greer (455-730) - 1989-91 Brandon Butler (320-522) - 2005-07 Martin Glastetter (252-424) - 1997-99 John Nilles (289-489) - 1986-88 Tommy Crawford (214-367) - 1991-93 Scott Courts (310-550) - 1979-81 Chris Johansen (312-557) - 2009-12 Geremey Gibson (316-567) - 2006-08 Jeff Stewart (209-387) - 1991-93 John Tharpe (218-404) - 1999-01

1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82

LEAD Tommy Crawford ........................................ .569 Darron Greer .............................................. .640 Darron Greer .............................................. .607 J.D. Andrew ................................................ .570 John Nilles.................................................. .615 John Nilles.................................................. .547 Cevin Hopp ................................................. .544 Jeff Jackson ............................................... .542 Jeff Jackson ............................................... .623 Allan Branch............................................... .520 Jim DeVan ................................................... 520 Manuel Gray ............................................... .541

Season Field Goal Pct. Leaders (Min. 85 Made) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.640 .632 .632 .623 .618 .615 .612 .607 .600 .594

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Darron Greer (236-369) - 1990-91 Brandon Butler (184-291) - 2006-07 Martin Glastetter (122-193) - 1998-99 Jeff Jackson (101-162) - 1983-84 Latel Foy (89-144) - 1998-99 John Nilles (195-317) - 1987-88 Geremey Gibson (183-299) - 2007-08 Darron Greer (219-361) - 1989-90 Latel Foy (90-150) - 1997-98 Ryan Bradley (85-143) - 1997-98

Game Field Goal Pct. Leaders (Min. 8 Made) 1.

1.000 - Butler, Brandon; Colo. College; 12/5/2006 (9-9) 1.000 - David Hanzlick; North Central; 12/2/1993 (8-8) 1.000 - John Nilles; Chadron State; 1/30/1988 (14-14) 1.000 - John Nilles; Northern Mont.; 12/14/1987 (10-10) 5. .923 - William Dicks; Fort Hays State; 12/20/1999 (12-13) 6. .909 - Martin Glastetter; Colo. College; 1/20/1998 (10-11) .909 - Martin Glastetter; Colo. Mines; 2/13/1999 (10-11) 8. .900 - Tim Specht; UC-Colo. Springs; 1/15/1999 (9-10) .900 - Torrance Toomer; at Adams State; 1/4/2003 (9-10) 10. .889 - Anthony Porch; Chadron State Men; 2/7/2009 (8-9) .889 - Cortez Washington; Colo. Christian; 2/20/01 (8-9) .889 - Martin Glastetter; Langston; 11/28/1998 (8-9) .889 - Martin Glastetter; Bethany (Kan.); 12/19/1997 (8-9) .889 - Nate Wilson; Colorado College; 1/15/2003 (8-9) .889 - Slade Bigelow; UC-Colo. Springs; 12/16/2005 (8-9) .889 - Winder, Nick; vs Minn.-Duluth; 12/2/2006 (8-9)

Year-by-Year Attack Percentage Leaders 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93

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Chris Johansen .......................................... .563 Chris Johansen .......................................... .542 Chris Johansen .......................................... .577 Bill Brandenburg ........................................ .524 Geremey Gibson ......................................... .612 Brandon Butler ........................................... .632 Brandon Butler ........................................... .589 Ben Schafer ................................................ .517 Austin Christensen ..................................... .571 Zach Gehlhaus ............................................ 571 Jeremy Bennett .......................................... .519 Randell Nelson ............................................ .533 John Tharpe ............................................... .551 John Tharpe ............................................... .527 Martin Glastetter ........................................ .632 Latel Foy ..................................................... .600 Carlos Boyd ................................................ .577 Carlos Boyd ................................................ .519 Ed Cox ........................................................ .559 Keith Brooks ............................................... .570 Jayson Arosteguy ........................................ .638

Brandon Butler (2005-07) ranks second in career field goal percentage at 61.3 percent (320-522)


2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball Career Three-Point Leaders

Career Three-Point Attempted Leaders

Season Three-Point Leaders

Season Three-Point Attempted Leaders

Game Three-Point Leaders

Game Three-Point Attempted Leaders

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3.

207 - Danny Newton (109 games) - 1987-91 195 - Jay Goral (104 games) - 2002-06 177 - Corey LeDuff (106 games) - 1998-02 166 - Steve Bentz (48 games) - 1998-00 133 - Peller Sparks (52 games) - 1996-98 127 - David Horton (56 games) - 1991-93 93 - Matt Rosinski (54 games) - 2008-10 92 - Andy Pokorny (54 games) - 2007-09 85 - Slade Bigelow (50 games) - 2004-06 80 - Lance Korell (52 games) - 2010-12

97 71 69 69 5. 68 6. 64 7. 63 63 9. 62 10. 61 61

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Steve Bentz (27 games) - 1998-99 Peller Sparks (27 games) - 1997-98 Danny Newton (29 games) - 1990-91 Steve Bentz (21 games) - 1999-00 David Horton (29 games) - 1991-92 Corey LeDuff (26 games) - 2000-01 Jay Goral (27 games) - 2002-03 Brandon Jones (27 games) - 2003-04 Peller Sparks (25 games) - 1996-97 Andy Pokorny (28 games) - 2007-08 Danny Newton (29 games) - 1989-90

1. 2. 3.

10 - Corey LeDuff; New Mexico Highlands; 1/5/2002 9 - Steve Bentz; York (Neb.); 11/20/1999 8 - Danny Newton; Colorado Christian; 2/11/1989 8 - Steve Bentz; Colorado College; 11/24/1998 8 - Steve Bentz; Colorado Mines; 12/12/1998 6. 7 - Jay Goral; Avila University; 12/29/2002 7 - Lance Korell; Nebraska-Kearney; 2/10/2012 7 - Peller Sparks; Chadron State; 2/14/1997 7 - Steve Bentz; Fort Lewis; 1/15/2000 10. 6 - 20 times

Year-by-Year Three-Point Leaders 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87

Breen Weeks .................................................. 31 Lance Korell ................................................... 51 Matt Rosinski ................................................ 50 Matt Rosinski ................................................ 43 Andy Pokorny ................................................ 61 Tony Cornejo ................................................. 23 Jay Goral ....................................................... 49 Slade Bigelow................................................. 56 Brandon Jones .............................................. 63 Jay Goral ....................................................... 63 Corey LeDuff .................................................. 60 Corey LeDuff .................................................. 64 Steve Bentz .................................................... 69 Steve Bentz .................................................... 97 Peller Sparks ................................................. 71 Peller Sparks ................................................. 62 Brock Trice .................................................... 45 David Hanzlick............................................... 52 Patrick Holloway ............................................ 50 David Horton ................................................. 59 David Horton ................................................. 68 Danny Newton ............................................... 69 Danny Newton ............................................... 61 Danny Newton ............................................... 60 Jerome Jenkins ............................................. 34 Sam Batey ..................................................... 24

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

1. 2. 3. 6.

523 463 456 446 334 309 289 249 245 221

251 195 182 172 167 163 162 157 152 152 152

18 17 15 15 15 14 14 14 14 14

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Danny Newton (109 games) - 1987-91 Jay Goral (104 games) - 2002-06 Corey LeDuff (106 games) - 1998-02 Steve Bentz (48 games) - 1998-00 Peller Sparks (52 games) - 1996-98 David Horton (56 games) - 1991-93 Matt Rosinski (54 games) - 2008-10 Andy Pokorny (54 games) - 2007-09 Lance Korell (52 games) - 2010-12 Slade Bigelow (50 games) - 2004-06

Steve Bentz (27 games) - 1998-99 Steve Bentz (21 games) - 1999-00 Peller Sparks (27 games) - 1997-98 Danny Newton (29 games) - 1990-91 Matt Rosinski (27 games) - 2009-10 Corey LeDuff (26 games) - 2000-01 Jay Goral (27 games) - 2002-03 David Horton (29 games) - 1991-92 Peller Sparks (25 games) - 1996-97 David Horton (27 games) - 1992-93 Danny Newton (29 games) - 1989-90

Steve Bentz; Southern Colorado; 1/16/1999 Danny Newton; Denver; 2/13/1989 Danny Newton; Colorado Christian; 2/11/1989 Slade Bigelow; Metro State; 1/25/2005 Steve Bentz; Fort Hays State; 12/20/1999 Danny Newton; Denver; 2/28/1989 Patrick Holloway; Metro State; 2/27/1993 Steve Bentz; Mesa State; 1/29/1999 Steve Bentz; York (Neb.); 11/20/1999 Steve Bentz; Colorado Christian; 12/5/1998

Year-by-Year Three-Point Att. Leaders 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87

Breen Weeks ................................................ 109 Lance Korell ................................................. 144 Matt Rosinski .............................................. 167 Matt Rosinski .............................................. 122 Andy Pokorny .............................................. 148 Tony Cornejo ................................................. 84 Jay Goral ..................................................... 104 Slade Bigelow............................................... 136 Brandon Jones ............................................ 139 Jay Goral ..................................................... 162 Corey LeDuff ................................................ 150 Corey LeDuff ................................................ 163 Steve Bentz .................................................. 195 Steve Bentz .................................................. 251 Peller Sparks ............................................... 182 Peller Sparks ............................................... 152 Brock Trice .................................................. 134 Ricky Munoz ................................................ 133 Patrick Holloway .......................................... 141 David Horton ............................................... 152 David Horton ............................................... 157 Danny Newton ............................................. 172 Danny Newton ............................................. 152 Danny Newton ............................................. 149 Rick Grawer ................................................... 98 Sam Batey ..................................................... 69

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WIN GRADUATE Career 3-Point FG Pct. Leaders (Min. 45 Made) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.453 .421 .414 .413 .411 .398 .396 .396 .388 .385

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Brandon Jones (63-139) - 2003-04 Jay Goral (195-463) - 2002-06 Logan Garvin (75-181) - 2004-06 James Bulluck (59-143) - 2007-08 David Horton (127-309) - 1991-93 Peller Sparks (133-334) - 1996-98 Danny Newton (207-523) - 1987-91 Ronnie Russell (53-134) - 1989-90,91-92 Corey LeDuff (177-456) - 1998-02 Slade Bigelow (85-221) - 2004-06

Season 3-Point FG Pct. Leaders (Min. 30 Made) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.471 .469 .453 .450 .448 .433 .413 .412 .412 .408

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Jay Goral (49-104) - 2005-06 Ryan Bradley (30-64) - 1997-98 Brandon Jones (63-139) - 2003-04 Logan Garvin (36-80) - 2005-06 Jay Goral (52-116) - 2003-04 David Horton (68-157) - 1991-92 James Bulluck (59-143) - 2007-08 Andy Pokorny (61-148) - 2007-08 Slade Bigelow (56-136) - 2004-05 Peller Sparks (62-152) - 1996-97

Game 3-Point FG Pct. Leaders (Min. 5 Made) 1. 3. 4. 5.

1.000 - Danny Newton; UC-Colo. Springs; 1/27/1989 (5-5) 1.000 - David Hanzlick; Wayland Bapt.; 12/31/1994 (5-5) .875 - Jay Goral; Avila University; 12/29/2002 (7-8) .857 - Scot Gause; Denver; 1/18/1997 (6-7) .833 - Andy Pokorny; Johson and Wales; 12/4/2007 (5-6) .833 - Brandon Jones; Chadron State; 2/12/2004 (5-6) .833 - Corey LeDuff; N.M. Highlands; 1/5/2002 (10-12) .833 - Jeremy Bennett; Colo. Christian; 2/27/2003 (5-6) .833 - Ricky Munoz; Denver; 2/5/1994 (5-6) .833 - Ricky Munoz; Southern Colorado; 2/9/1995 (5-6)

Year-by-Year 3-Point Percentage Leaders 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87

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Lance Korell ................................................ .287 Curtis Mitchell ............................................ .359 Curtis Mitchell ............................................ .392 Matt Rosinski ............................................. .352 James Bulluck ............................................ .413 Alex Potts.................................................... .310 Jay Goral .................................................... .471 Slade Bigelow.............................................. .412 Brandon Jones ........................................... .453 Jeremy Bennett .......................................... .415 Corey LeDuff ............................................... .400 Corey LeDuff ............................................... .393 Corey LeDuff ............................................... .377 Steve Bentz ................................................. .386 Ryan Bradley .............................................. .469 Peller Sparks .............................................. .408 Marcus Harris............................................. .402 David Hanzlick............................................ .430 Ricky Munoz ............................................... .363 David Horton .............................................. .333 David Horton .............................................. .433 Danny Newton ............................................ .401 Danny Newton ............................................ .401 Danny Newton ............................................ .403 Jerome Jenkins .......................................... .354 Rick Grawer ................................................ .354

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2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball Career Free Throw Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

686 601 296 281 252 222 216 215 212 205

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Don Fortney (86 games) - 1965-69 Mickey Shannon - 1952-56 Marcus Harris (58 games) - 1994-98 Jay Coakley (65 games) - 1963-66 Mitch Peterson (79 games) - 1978-81 Martin Glastetter (54 games) - 1997-99 Matt Rosinski (54 games) - 2008-10 Geremey Gibson (53 games) - 2006-08 Brandon Butler (51 games) - 2005-07 Austin Christensen (54 games) - 2003-05

Season Free Throw Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

268 195 190 154 148 143 140 135 132 128

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Don Fortney (25 games) - 1967-68 Don Fortney (23 games) - 1966-67 Mickey Shannon - 1954-55 Marcus Harris (30 games) - 1995-96 Jay Coakley (26 games) - 1964-65 Cozel Walker (21 games) - 1963-64 Geremey Gibson (28 games) - 2007-08 Kris Hicks (28 games) - 1993-94 Mitch Peterson (26 games) - 1980-81 Dionte Goodlett (26 games) - 2011-12

Career Free Throw Attempted Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

21 20 15 13 13 13 7. 12 12 12 10. 11

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Don Fortney; vs. Denver; 1967-68 Cozel Walker vs. New Mexico Highlands; 1963-64 Austin Christensen; at Colo. Christian; 2/28/2004 Antonio Scott; Chadron State; 2/14/1997 Marcus Harris; California Baptist; 11/25/1995 Peller Sparks; Colorado Christian; 1/13/1998 Austin Christensen; Langston University; 11/23/2003 Breen Weeks; New Mexico Highlands; 12/3/2011 Brendo Feddema; California State-L.A.; 12/16/1995 10 Times

Year-by-Year Free Throw Leaders 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82

Dionte Goodlett ............................................ 128 Chris Johansen ............................................. 64 Matt Rosinski .............................................. 111 Matt Rosinski .............................................. 105 Geremey Gibson .......................................... 140 Brandon Butler ............................................ 118 Brandon Butler .............................................. 94 Austin Christensen ........................................ 94 Austin Christensen ...................................... 111 Jeremy Bennett ............................................. 81 Michael Rhodes.............................................. 71 Cortez Washington ......................................... 67 William Dicks................................................. 83 Martin Glastetter ......................................... 113 Martin Glastetter ......................................... 109 Antonio Scott ................................................. 77 Marcus Harris.............................................. 154 Marcus Harris.............................................. 147 Kris Hicks .................................................... 135 Gary Walker................................................. 108 David Horton ................................................. 79 Darron Greer ............................................... 117 Darron Greer ................................................. 77 Jerome Jenkins ............................................. 80 John Nilles................................................... 106 John Nilles..................................................... 60 Chuck Wahlheim ........................................... 54 Charles Howell ............................................... 71 Harold Cotton ................................................ 71 Darryl Reshaw ............................................... 75 Bud Jones ..................................................... 61

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Don Fortney (86 games) - 1965-69 Marcus Harris (58 games) - 1994-98 Geremey Gibson (53 games) - 2006-08 Carlos Boyd (103 games) - 1992-97 Jay Coakley (65 games) - 1963-66 Darron Greer (58 games) - 1989-91 Brandon Butler (51 games) - 2005-07 Austin Christensen (54 games) - 2003-05 Mitch Peterson (79 games) - 1978-81 Martin Glastetter (54 games) - 1997-99

Season Free Throw Attempted Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Game Free Throw Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4.

999 425 388 363 360 353 351 311 307 306

363 295 257 217 195 193 192 186 183 183

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Don Fortney (25 games) - 1967-68 Don Fortney (23 games) - 1966-67 Geremey Gibson (28 games) - 2007-08 Marcus Harris (30 games) - 1995-96 Brandon Butler (26 games) - 2006-07 Jay Coakley (26 games) - 1964-65 Dionte Goodlett (26 games) - 2011-12 Darron Greer (29 games) - 1990-91 Cozel Walker (21 games) - 1963-64 Kris Hicks (28 games) - 1993-94

Game Free Throw Attempted Leaders 1. 2. 3. 5. 7.

23 19 18 18 17 17 16

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Ed Cox; Metro State; 3/1/1996 Martin Glastetter; Denver; 1/17/1998 Gibson, Geremey; at #4 Metro State; 2/10/2007 Marcus Harris; Northern Colorado; 12/11/1994 Antonio Scott; Chadron State; 2/14/1997 Breen Weeks; New Mexico Highlands; 12/3/2011 6 Times

Year-by-Year Free Throw Attempted Leaders 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82

Dionte Goodlett ............................................ 192 Chris Johansen ........................................... 100 Matt Rosinski .............................................. 134 Matt Rosinski .............................................. 120 Geremey Gibson .......................................... 257 Brandon Butler ............................................ 195 Brandon Butler ............................................ 156 Austin Christensen ...................................... 145 Austin Christensen ...................................... 166 Jeremy Bennett ........................................... 103 Michael Rhodes.............................................. 94 John Tharpe ................................................ 120 John Tharpe ................................................ 127 Martin Glastetter ......................................... 149 Martin Glastetter ......................................... 157 Carlos Boyd ................................................. 119 Marcus Harris.............................................. 217 Marcus Harris.............................................. 206 Kris Hicks .................................................... 183 Gary Walker................................................. 134 Gary Walker................................................. 100 Darron Greer ............................................... 186 Darron Greer ............................................... 167 Jerome Jenkins ........................................... 102 John Nilles................................................... 143 John Nilles..................................................... 83 Chuck Wahlheim ........................................... 83 Charles Howell ............................................. 110 Harold Cotton ................................................ 91 Darryl Reshaw ............................................. 108 Manuel Gray .................................................. 94

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WIN GRADUATE Career Free Throw Pct. Leaders (Min. 100 Made) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.864 .850 .844 .843 .821 .821 .799 .788 .781 .781

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Curtis Mitchell (114-132) - 2009-11 Matt Rosinski (216-254) - 2008-10 David Horton (146-173) - 1991-93 Jay Goral (134-159) - 2002-06 Mitch Peterson (252-307) - 1978-81 Corey LeDuff (183-223) - 1998-02 Ben Schafer (127-159) - 2004-06 Cortez Washington (126-160) - 2000-02 Cozel Walker (143-183) - 1963-64 Jay Coakley (281-360) - 1963-66

Season Free Throw Pct. Leaders (Min. 50 Made) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.903 .900 .888 .875 .852 .851 .844 .841 .834 .828

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Gabriel Green (56-62) - 2007-08 Curtis Mitchell (63-70) - 2010-11 David Horton (79-89) - 1991-92 Matt Rosinski (105-120) - 2008-09 Mitch Peterson (132-155) - 1980-81 James Bulluck (74-87) - 2007-08 Corey LeDuff (65-77) - 2001-02 Ben Schafer (74-88) - 2005-06 Jay Coakley (121-145) - 1965-66 Matt Rosinski (111-134) - 2009-10

1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82

LEAD Ricky Munoz ............................................... .788 David Hanzlick............................................ .765 Gary Walker................................................ .806 David Horton .............................................. .888 Wes Horton ................................................. .775 Wes Horton ................................................. .762 Jerome Jenkins .......................................... .784 Aaron Alston ............................................... .800 Sam Batey .................................................. .793 Dean Miller ................................................. .807 Greg Nehf ................................................... .806 Harold Cotton ............................................. .780 Harold Cotton ............................................. .760 Bud Jones .................................................. .803

Game Free Throw Pct. Leaders (Min. 5 Made) 1.

1.000 - Ben Schafer; Fort Lewis; 12/9/2005 (9-9) 1.000 - Brandon Jones; Langston; 11/23/2003 (8-8) 1.000 - Buster Miller; Metro State; 1/24/2006 (8-8) 1.000 - Corey LeDuff; Colorado Mines; 12/12/1998 (8-8) 1.000 - Corey LeDuff; Southern Colo.; 12/17/2001 (8-8) 1.000 - Dave Bush; Seattle Pacific; 2/11/1987 (9-9) 1.000 - Dionte Goodlett; at Western St.; 1/28/2012 (8-8) 1.000 - Elliot McQuillan; Fort Hays State; 2/9/2001 (8-8) 1.000 - James Bulluck; at Colo. Christian; 1/25/2008 (8-8) 1.000 - James Bulluck; at Metro State; 1/26/2008 (8-8) 1.000 - Jerome Jenkins; Southern Colo.; 11/26/1988 (8-8) 1.000 - Jerome Jenkins; St. Ambrose; 12/22/1988 (8-8) 1.000 - Joseph Odugbela; Colo. Christian; 2/13/2009 (9-9) 1.000 - Matt Rosinski; Western N.M.; 1/7/2010 (8-8) 1.000 - Matt Rosinski; at N.M. Highlands; 1/16/2010 (9-9) 1.000 - Peller Sparks; Colo. Christian; 2/12/1997 (9-9) 1.000 - Ricky Munoz; Colo. Christian; 1/21/1995 (8-8) 1.000 - Ricky Munoz; Chadron State; 12/19/1994 (10-10) 1.000 - Wes Horton; Southern Colo.; 1/30/1989 (10-10) 1.000 - William Dicks; Neb.-Kearney; 12/19/1999 (8-8)

Year-by-Year Free Throw Pct. Leaders 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96

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Dionte Goodlett ........................................... .667 Curtis Mitchell ............................................ .900 Matt Rosinski ............................................. .828 Matt Rosinski ............................................. .875 Gabriel Green ............................................. .903 Tony Cornejo .............................................. .833 Ben Schafer ................................................ .841 Logan Garvin .............................................. .815 Casey Fisher ............................................... .795 Jay Goral ................................................... .850] Corey LeDuff ............................................... .844 Cortez Washington ...................................... .798 Corey LeDuff ............................................... .840 Tim Specht ................................................. .795 Peller Sparks .............................................. .766 Antonio Scott .............................................. .778 Reggie Gibson ............................................. .745

Gabriel Green set the Regis career free throw shooting percentage hitting on 90.3 percent (56-62) during the 2007-08 season.


2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball Career Rebound Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1451 - Tony DuCros (0o-1451d) - 1972-76 890 - Bob Linnenberger - 1956-59 621 - Darron Greer (254o-367d) - 1989-91 562 - Don Fortney (0o-562d) - 1965-69 544 - Carlos Boyd (241o-303d) - 1992-97 492 - John Andrew (189o-303d) - 1986-90 471 - Chris Johansen (151o-320d) - 2009-12 449 - Rich Schraeder (0o-449d) - 1965-69 430 - Joe Kaveney (144o-286d) - 1964-67 425 - Geremey Gibson (163o-262d) - 2006-08

Season Rebound Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

447 372 351 329 327 305 292 287 287 10. 276 276

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Tony DuCros (0o-447d) - 1973-74 Tony Ducros (0o-372d) - 1975-76 Tony DuCros (0o-351d) - 1974-75 Darron Greer (131o-198d) - 1989-90 Bob Linnenberger - 1958-59 Cozel Walker - 1962-63 Darron Greer (123o-169d) - 1990-91 Tony DuCros (0o-287d) - 1972-73 Bob Linnenberger - 1956-57 Gray (0o-276d) - 1974-75 Bob Linnenberger - 1957-58

Game Rebound Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

9.

33 32 28 19 18 18 18 18 17 17

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Tony DuCros; vs. Wayne State; 1973-74 Tony DuCros; vs. Nebraska Wesleyan; 1/28/1975 Ben Wesley; vs. South Dakota; 1961-62 John Nilles; Aurora; 12/21/1987 Austin Christensen; Colorado College; 11/26/2003 Clint Wilson; Colorado College; 1/23/1987 Darron Greer; Chadron State; 2/12/1990 Jeff Stewart; Concordia (Ill.); 1/2/1993 Darron Greer; Wayne State; 11/18/1989 Nique Stewart; Valley City State; 1/3/1994

Year-by-Year Rebound Leaders 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82

Demitrius Owens ......................................... 209 Chris Johansen ........................................... 180 Chris Johansen ........................................... 163 Bill Brandenburg ......................................... 113 Geremey Gibson .......................................... 257 Brandon Butler ............................................ 194 Brandon Butler ............................................ 156 Austin Christensen ...................................... 157 Austin Christensen ...................................... 240 Torrance Toomer .......................................... 182 Michael Rhodes............................................ 140 John Tharpe ................................................ 177 William Dicks............................................... 150 John Tharpe Martin Glastetter ......................................... 220 Martin Glastetter ......................................... 195 Carlos Boyd ................................................. 158 Marcus Harris.............................................. 225 Marcus Harris.............................................. 192 Kris Hicks .................................................... 194 Jeff Stewart ................................................. 153 Jeff Stewart ................................................. 234 Darron Greer ............................................... 292 Darron Greer ............................................... 329 J.D. Andrew ................................................. 139 John Nilles................................................... 245 John Nilles................................................... 171 Cevin Hopp .................................................. 159 Jeff Jackson ................................................ 175 Jeff Jackson ................................................ 189 Darryl Reshaw ............................................. 246 Henry Wallican ............................................ 227

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Career Rebound/Game Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

14.8 - Tony DuCros (50 games) - 1974-76 10.7 - Darron Greer (58 games) - 1989-91 9.3 - Mike O’Donnell (44 games) - 1967-69 8.0 - Geremey Gibson (53 games) - 2006-08 7.7 - Martin Glastetter (54 games) - 1997-99 7.6 - Paul Drinkhahn (48 games) - 1968-69,71-72 7.4 - Stewart (50 games) - 1975-77 7.4 - Austin Christensen (54 games) - 2003-05 7.3 - John Nilles (57 games) - 1986-88 7.2 - Dave Fredrickson (58 games) - 1975-78

Season Rebound/Game Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

17.9 - Tony DuCross - 1973-74 14.6 - Tony DuCros (24 games) - 1974-75 14.3 - Tony Ducros (26 games) - 1975-76 11.5 - Gray (24 games) - 1974-75 11.3 - Darron Greer (29 games) - 1989-90 10.6 - Cozel Walker (21 games) - 1963-64 10.2 - David Klassen (25 games) - 1971-72 10.1 - Darron Greer (29 games) - 1990-91 9.7 - Mike O’Donnell (25 games) - 1967-68 9.7 - Stewart (24 games) - 1976-77

Year-by-Year Rebound/Game Leaders 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82

Demitrius Owens .......................................... 8.0 Chris Johansen ............................................ 6.9 Chris Johansen ............................................ 6.0 Isaiah Johnson ............................................. 5.0 Geremey Gibson ........................................... 9.2 Brandon Butler ............................................. 7.5 Brandon Butler ............................................. 6.2 Austin Christensen ....................................... 5.8 Austin Christensen ....................................... 8.9 Torrance Toomer ........................................... 7.0 Randell Nelson .............................................. 6.0 John Tharpe ................................................. 6.8 John Tharpe ................................................. 6.0 Martin Glastetter .......................................... 8.1 Martin Glastetter .......................................... 7.2 Carlos Boyd .................................................. 6.3 Marcus Harris............................................... 7.5 Marcus Harris............................................... 6.6 Kris Hicks ..................................................... 6.9 Jeff Stewart .................................................. 6.1 Jeff Stewart .................................................. 7.8 Darron Greer .............................................. 10.1 Darron Greer .............................................. 11.4 John Neumann ............................................. 5.5 John Nilles.................................................... 8.8 John Nilles.................................................... 5.9 Cevin Hopp ................................................... 5.7 Chuck Wahlheim Jeff Jackson ................................................. 6.3 Jeff Jackson ................................................. 6.8 Darryl Reshaw .............................................. 9.1 Henry Wallican ............................................. 8.4

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WIN GRADUATE Career Assist Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

474 352 282 276 264 208 204 193 175 174

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David Bennett - 1979-82 David Carey - 1997-99 Jerome Jenkins - 1987-89 Gary Walker - 1991-93 Greg Nehf - 1983-85 Danny Newton - 1987-91 Harold Cotton - 1982-84 Antonio Scott - 1994-97 Corey LeDuff - 1998-02 Gabriel Green - 2007-09

Season Assist Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

204 200 179 173 167 152 148 144 142 128

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David Bennett - 1981-82 David Bennett - 1980-81 David Carey - 1997-98 David Carey - 1998-99 Jerome Jenkins - 1987-88 George Aguilar - 1979-80 Gary Walker - 1992-93 Harold Cotton - 1983-84 Greg Nehf - 1984-85 Gary Walker - 1991-92

Game Assist Leaders 1. 2. 5.

9.

13 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 10 10 10

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Marques Harris; North Central College; 11/28/2001 David Carey; Transylvania; 1/2/1999 David Carey; Colorado College; 11/24/1998 David Carey; Colorado Christian; 2/6/1999 David Carey; Bethany (Kan.); 12/19/1997 Dunn, Chadd; Colorado College; 12/5/2006 Gabriel Green; Eastern New Mexico; 11/24/2007 Jerome Jenkins; Chadron State; 2/23/1988 Buster Miller; Northwest Nazarene; 12/21/2005 David Carey; North Central; 12/2/1997 Logan Garvin; Fort Hays State; 2/4/2005

Year-by-Year Assist Leaders 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86

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Dionte Goodlett .............................................. 54 Steve Ledesma ............................................... 81 Stevie Ledesma .............................................. 89 Jason Burke-Kavros ...................................... 82 Gabriel Green .............................................. 102 Nick Winder ................................................... 85 Logan Garvin ................................................. 68 Kent Brown.................................................... 94 Austin Christensen ........................................ 82 Julian Biglow ................................................. 91 Marques Harris .............................................. 74 Michael Carter ............................................... 71 William Dicks................................................. 67 David Carey ................................................. 173 David Carey ................................................. 179 Antonio Scott ............................................... 106 Antonio Scott ................................................. 66 Ricky Munoz .................................................. 87 Patrick Holloway ............................................ 90 Gary Walker................................................. 148 Gary Walker................................................. 128 Marcus Peoples ............................................ 107 Danny Newton ............................................... 74 Jerome Jenkins ........................................... 115 Jerome Jenkins ........................................... 167 Kevin Childress .............................................. 84 Dean Miller .................................................... 91

1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82

LEAD Greg Nehf .................................................... 142 Harold Cotton .............................................. 144 Harold Cotton ................................................ 60 David Bennett .............................................. 204

Career Assist/Game Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

8.6 6.5 5.4 5.1 4.8 4.5 3.2 3.2 3.1 3.1

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David Bennett (55 games) - 1979-82 David Carey (54 games) - 1997-99 Gary Walker (51 games) - 1991-93 Jerome Jenkins (55 games) - 1987-89 Greg Nehf (55 games) - 1983-85 Harold Cotton (45 games) - 1982-84 Stevie Ledesma (53 games) - 2009-11 Gabriel Green (55 games) - 2007-09 Antonio Scott (63 games) - 1994-97 Logan Garvin (50 games) - 2004-06

Season Assist/Game Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

7.6 7.1 6.6 6.4 6.0 5.6 5.5 5.3 5.1 5.1

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David Bennett (27 games) - 1981-82 David Bennett (28 games) - 1980-81 David Carey (27 games) - 1997-98 David Carey (27 games) - 1998-99 Jerome Jenkins (28 games) - 1987-88 George Aguilar (27 games) - 1979-80 Gary Walker (27 games) - 1992-93 Gary Walker (24 games) - 1991-92 Harold Cotton (28 games) - 1983-84 Greg Nehf (28 games) - 1984-85


2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball Career Block Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4.

82 73 66 51 51 6. 46 46 8. 41 41 10. 36

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Carlos Boyd - 1992-97 Alex Potts - 2006-10 John Tharpe - 1999-01 Geremey Gibson - 2006-08 Clint Wilson - 1985-87 John Nilles - 1986-88 Martin Glastetter - 1997-99 Jeff Jackson - 1983-85 Ed Cox - 1994-96 John Andrew - 1986-90

Season Block Leaders 1. 2.

6. 8. 9.

38 33 33 33 33 32 32 28 27 27

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Geremey Gibson - 2007-08 Ed Cox - 1995-96 John Tharpe - 1999-00 John Tharpe - 2000-01 Alex Potts - 2007-08 John Nilles - 1987-88 Brandon Jones - 2003-04 Carlos Boyd - 1995-96 Scott Courts - 1980-81 Martin Glastetter - 1998-99

Game Block Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4.

8 7 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 10. 4

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Alex Potts; Northwestern Okla. St.; 11/27/2009 Winder, Nick; at UC-Colorado Springs; 1/30/2007 John Tharpe; Southwest Minn. State; 12/28/1999 Alex Potts; at Chadron State; 2/23/2008 Alex Potts; at Nebraska-Kearney; 2/21/2009 Carlos Boyd; Central College; 11/22/2005 Carlos Boyd; Chadron State; 12/19/1994 Geremey Gibson; Johson and Wales; 12/4/2007 Tim Specht; Colorado Christian; 12/5/1998 15 Times

1983-84 1982-83 1981-82

Jeff Jackson .................................................. 21 Mike Dino ...................................................... 10 Henry Wallican .............................................. 26

Career Block/Game Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1.3 1.0 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.8 0.8 0.7 0.7 0.7

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John Tharpe (51 games) - 1999-01 Geremey Gibson (53 games) - 2006-08 Clint Wilson (54 games) - 1985-87 Ed Cox (47 games) - 1994-96 Martin Glastetter (54 games) - 1997-99 John Nilles (57 games) - 1986-88 Carlos Boyd (103 games) - 1992-97 Jeff Jackson (56 games) - 1983-85 Alex Potts (108 games) - 2006-10 Nick Winder (50 games) - 2005-07

Season Block/Game Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

1.4 1.3 1.3 1.2 1.2 1.1 1.1 1.0 1.0 10. 1.0

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Geremey Gibson (28 games) - 2007-08 John Tharpe (25 games) - 1999-00 John Tharpe (26 games) - 2000-01 Brandon Jones (27 games) - 2003-04 Alex Potts (28 games) - 2007-08 John Nilles (28 games) - 1987-88 Ed Cox (30 games) - 1995-96 Nick Winder (25 games) - 2006-07 Carlos Boyd (25 games) - 1996-97 Martin Glastetter (27 games) - 1998-99

Year-by-Year Block Leaders 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85

Demitrius Owens ........................................... 19 Greg Lee ........................................................ 13 Alex Potts....................................................... 20 Anthony Porch ............................................... 16 Geremey Gibson ............................................ 38 Nick Winder ................................................... 26 Ben Schafer .....................................................9 Jason Deich ................................................... 15 Brandon Jones .............................................. 32 Torrance Toomer ............................................ 24 Michael Rhodes.............................................. 10 John Tharpe .................................................. 33 John Tharpe .................................................. 33 Martin Glastetter ........................................... 27 Martin Glastetter ........................................... 19 Carlos Boyd ................................................... 26 Ed Cox ........................................................... 33 Carlos Boyd ................................................... 23 Nique Stewart ................................................ 25 Carlos Boyd ................................................... 16 Bruce Thomas ............................................... 15 John Carlson ................................................. 18 J.D. Andrew ................................................... 21 J.D. Andrew ................................................... 12 John Nilles..................................................... 32 Clint Wilson ................................................... 26 Clint Wilson ................................................... 25 Jeff Jackson .................................................. 20

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WIN GRADUATE Career Steal Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

159 153 148 128 125 118 116 111 102 101 101

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David Bennett - 1979-82 Gary Walker - 1991-93 Jerome Jenkins - 1987-89 John Andrew - 1986-90 Robert Kinnard - 1990-92 Antonio Scott - 1994-97 Marcus Peoples - 1989-91 David Carey - 1997-99 Corey LeDuff - 1998-02 Kevin Childress - 1983-87 Danny Newton - 1987-91

Season Steal Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

100 - David Bennett - 1981-82 85 - Gary Walker - 1992-93 75 - Jerome Jenkins - 1987-88 73 - Jerome Jenkins - 1988-89 70 - Robert Kinnard - 1991-92 68 - Gary Walker - 1991-92 61 - David Carey - 1997-98 59 - David Bennett - 1980-81 59 - Marcus Peoples - 1990-91 10. 58 - Antonio Scott - 1996-97 58 - Harold Cotton - 1983-84

Game Steal Leaders 1. 2. 5.

9 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

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David Carey; Air Force; 11/25/1997 Andy Pokorny; New Mexico Highlands; 1/16/2009 Jason Burke-Kavros; Colorado College; 11/25/2008 Steve Bentz; Mesa State; 1/29/1999 Andy Pokorny; UC-Colorado Springs; 1/29/2008 Antonio Scott; Metro State; 1/28/1995 Antonio Scott; Holy Names; 11/16/1996 Buster Miller; Johnson & Wales; 11/28/2005 Clint Wilson; Dominican; 12/23/1986 David Carey; Chadron State; 1/16/1998 Jerome Jenkins; Fort Lewis; 2/9/1987 Kent Brown; Kendall College; 11/29/2003 Kevin Childress; Denver; 2/21/1987 Stevie Ledesma; Western State; 1/29/2011

Year-by-Year Steal Leaders 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92

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Demitrius Owens ........................................... 39 Stevie Ledesma .............................................. 45 Matt Rosinski ................................................ 54 Andy Pokorny ................................................ 46 Geremey Gibson ............................................ 47 Geremey Gibson ............................................ 34 Buster Miller .................................................. 33 Kent Brown.................................................... 33 Kent Brown.................................................... 40 Julian Biglow ................................................. 37 Michael Carter ............................................... 48 Randell Nelson ............................................... 35 Michael Carter William Dicks................................................. 55 David Carey ................................................... 50 David Carey ................................................... 61 Antonio Scott ................................................. 58 Brendo Feddema ............................................ 48 David Hanzlick............................................... 54 Kris Hicks ...................................................... 48 Gary Walker................................................... 85 Robert Kinnard .............................................. 70

1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82

LEAD Marcus Peoples .............................................. 59 Marcus Peoples .............................................. 57 Jerome Jenkins ............................................. 73 Jerome Jenkins ............................................. 75 Kevin Childress .............................................. 53 Dean Miller .................................................... 41 Greg Nehf ...................................................... 34 Harold Cotton ................................................ 58 Darryl Reshaw ............................................... 31 David Bennett .............................................. 100

Career Steal/Game Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3.7 3.1 2.8 2.7 2.7 2.5 2.3 2.2 2.1 2.1

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David Bennett (27 games) - 1981-82 Gary Walker (27 games) - 1992-93 Gary Walker (24 games) - 1991-92 Jerome Jenkins (27 games) - 1988-89 Jerome Jenkins (28 games) - 1987-88 Robert Kinnard (28 games) - 1991-92 David Carey (27 games) - 1997-98 Antonio Scott (26 games) - 1996-97 William Dicks (26 games) - 1999-00 David Bennett (28 games) - 1980-81

Season Steal/Game Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3.7 3.1 2.8 2.7 2.7 2.5 2.3 2.2 2.1 2.1

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David Bennett (27 games) - 1981-82 Gary Walker (27 games) - 1992-93 Gary Walker (24 games) - 1991-92 Jerome Jenkins (27 games) - 1988-89 Jerome Jenkins (28 games) - 1987-88 Robert Kinnard (28 games) - 1991-92 David Carey (27 games) - 1997-98 Antonio Scott (26 games) - 1996-97 William Dicks (26 games) - 1999-00 David Bennett (28 games) - 1980-81


2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball Career Games Played Leaders 1.

109 109 3. 108 4. 106 106 106 7. 105 8. 104 9. 103 10. 102

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Danny Newton - 1987-91 John Andrew - 1986-90 Alex Potts - 2006-10 Corey LeDuff - 1998-02 Jayson Arosteguy - 1989-93 Joe Quadhamer - 1989-93 Chris Brever - 2003-07 Jay Goral - 2002-06 Carlos Boyd - 1992-97 Kevin Childress - 1983-87

Season Games Played Leaders 1.

30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 10. 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29

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Ronnie Russell - 1991-92 Brock Trice - 1995-96 Brendon Feddema - 1995-96 Jeff Stewart - 1991-92 Marcus Harris - 1995-96 Ed Cox - 1995-96 Joe Cronin - 1995-96 Tommy Crawford - 1991-92 Carlos Boyd - 1995-96 John Nilles - 1986-87 Darron Greer - 1989-90 Darron Greer - 1990-91 John Andrew - 1989-90 Sam Batey - 1986-87 Marcus Peoples - 1990-91 Wes Horton - 1989-90 Bruce Thomas - 1991-92 Wes Horton - 1990-91 Rick Grawer - 1986-87 David Horton - 1991-92 Dave Bush - 1986-87 Kevin Childress - 1986-87 Danny Newton - 1990-91 Jayson Arosteguy - 1991-92 Robert Kinnard - 1990-91 Danny Newton - 1989-90 Aaron Alston - 1986-87 Aaron Simental - 1986-87

Career Games Started Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

86 82 74 58 56 56 7. 54 54 54 10. 53

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Carlos Boyd - 1992-97 Danny Newton - 1987-91 Chris Johansen - 2009-12 Darron Greer - 1989-91 Robert Kinnard - 1990-92 John Andrew - 1986-90 Martin Glastetter - 1997-99 Austin Christensen - 2003-05 David Carey - 1997-99 William Dicks - 1998-00

Season Games Started Leaders 1.

30 30 30 30 5. 29 29 29 29 29 10. 28

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28 28 28 28 28 28

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Patrick Holloway - 1993-94 David Hanzlick - 1993-94 Marcus Peoples - 1990-91 Robert Kinnard - 1991-92 Geremey Gibson - 2007-08 David Horton - 1991-92

Career Minutes Played Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3058 2754 2726 2497 2484 1993 1844 1840 1813 1796

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Danny Newton - 1987-91 Carlos Boyd - 1992-97 Corey LeDuff - 1998-02 John Andrew - 1986-90 Chris Johansen - 2009-12 Jay Goral - 2002-06 David Carey - 1997-99 Chris Brever - 2003-07 Marcus Harris - 1994-98 Wes Horton - 1987-91

Season Minutes Played Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1015 - Marcus Harris - 1995-96 943 - David Carey - 1998-99 936 - Kent Brown - 2004-05 935 - Greg Nehf - 1984-85 932 - Antonio Scott - 1996-97 922 - Danny Newton - 1990-91 913 - Danny Newton - 1989-90 910 - Matt Rosinski - 2009-10 902 - Brandon Butler - 2006-07 901 - David Carey - 1997-98

Career Minutes Played/Game Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

34.1 33.1 32.7 32.6 32.0 31.6 31.4 31.3 31.3 31.1

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David Carey (54 games) - 1997-99 Kent Brown (54 games) - 2003-05 Brandon Butler (51 games) - 2005-07 Steve Bentz (48 games) - 1998-00 Peller Sparks (52 games) - 1996-98 Matt Rosinski (54 games) - 2008-10 Chris Johansen (79 games) - 2009-12 Dionte Goodlett (26 games) - 2011-12 Marcus Harris (58 games) - 1994-98 Patrick Holloway (28 games) - 1993-94

Season Minutes Played/Game Leaders 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

37.0 35.8 35.7 34.9 34.7 34.7 34.4 34.2 33.8 33.7

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Marcus Harris (4 games) - 1996-97 Antonio Scott (26 games) - 1996-97 Steve Bentz (21 games) - 1999-00 David Carey (27 games) - 1998-99 Brandon Butler (26 games) - 2006-07 Kent Brown (27 games) - 2004-05 Chris Johansen (26 games) - 2010-11 William Dicks (26 games) - 1999-00 Marcus Harris (30 games) - 1995-96 Matt Rosinski (27 games) - 2009-10

Marcus Harris - 1995-96 Jeff Stewart - 1991-92 Carlos Boyd - 1995-96 Ed Cox - 1995-96 John Andrew - 1989-90 Darron Greer - 1989-90 Darron Greer - 1990-91 Brendon Feddema - 1995-96 Danny Newton - 1990-91 Robert Kinnard - 1990-91

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WIN GRADUATE TEAM SEASON RECORDS Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2489 2463 2252 2247 2217

(30 games) - 1948-49 (27 games) (29 games) (30 games)

- 1991-92 - 1992-93 - 1990-91 - 1995-96

Scoring Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

84.2 83.4 83.4 83.0 82.0

(25 (27 (25 (30 (25

games) games) games) games) games)

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1966-67 1992-93 1968-69 1991-92 1971-72

Field Goals Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

965 919 853 847 833

- 1948-49 (30 games) (27 games) (29 games) (26 games)

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1991-92 1977-78 1990-91 1975-76

Field Goals Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1831 1807 1801 1761 1754

(26 (30 (27 (26 (25

games) games) games) games) games)

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1975-76 1991-92 1977-78 1976-77 1967-68

Field Goal Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

.526 .509 .508 .503 .501

(756-1437) (919-1807) (803-1580) (847-1685) (786-1570)

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1979-80 1991-92 1992-93 1990-91 1987-88

3-Point Field Goals Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

172 165 161 159 158

(27 (30 (28 (27 (28

games) games) games) games) games)

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1998-99 1991-92 1993-94 2003-04 2007-08

3-Point Field Goals Att. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

458 453 449 440 433

(27 (28 (28 (27 (26

games) games) games) games) games)

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1998-99 2007-08 1993-94 2002-03 1999-00

3-Point Field Goal Pct. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

.405 .402 .386 .377 .376

(134-331) (165-410) (146-378) (159-422) (172-458)

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2005-06 1991-92 2004-05 2003-04 1998-99

Free Throws Made 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

580 577 575 548 531

- 1954-55 (25 games) (25 games) (25 games) (25 games)

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1968-69 1966-67 1967-68 1971-72

Free Throws Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

927 845 823 814 796

(25 (25 (30 (25 (28

games) games) games) games) games)

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1968-69 1966-67 1995-96 1967-68 1993-94

Free Throw Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

.715 .713 .712 .711 .710

(486-680) (531-745) (447-628) (360-506) (531-748)

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1991-92 1971-72 1998-99 2008-09 1992-93

Rebounds 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1314 1270 1223 1174 1057

(0o-1314d) (0o-1270d) (0o-1223d) (0o-1174d) (0o-1057d)

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1967-68 1968-69 1971-72 1966-67 1965-66

Rebound Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

52.6 50.8 48.9 47.0 47.0

(25 (25 (25 (25 (21

games) games) games) games) games)

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1967-68 1968-69 1971-72 1966-67 1963-64

Assists 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

502 449 444 436 421

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1983-84 1985-86 1981-82 1997-98 1979-80

Assist Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

17.9 16.4 16.1 16.0 15.6

(28 (27 (27 (28 (27

games) games) games) games) games)

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1983-84 1981-82 1997-98 1985-86 1979-80

Blocks

1. 122 - 2007-08 2. 92 - 1995-96 3. 88 - 2008-09 88 - 1985-86 5. 84 - 1986-87

Block Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

4.4 3.3 3.1 3.1 3.0

(28 (27 (28 (30 (27

Steals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

333 304 291 281 273

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games) games) games) games) games)

1991-92 1985-86 1990-91 1986-87 1987-88

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2007-08 2008-09 1985-86 1995-96 1998-99

LEAD Steal Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

11.1 (30 games) - 1991-92 10.9 (28 games) - 1985-86 10.5 (17 games) - 1994-95 10.0 (29 games) - 1990-91 9.8 (27 games) - 1992-93


2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball TEAM GAME RECORDS (Since 1986-87) Points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

122 120 112 106 105 105

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Adams State; 1958-59 Langston; 11/21/1992 Avila University; 12/29/2002 Chadron State; 12/12/1992 at Johnson & Wales; 11/17/04 Chadron State; 2/14/1997

Field Goals Made

1. 49 - Warren Air Force Base; 1947-48 2. 41 - Avila University; 12/29/2002 3. 40 - Peru State; 1/4/2009 40 - UC-Colo. Springs; 11/30/1987 5. 39 - Fort Lewis; 1/5/1990 39 - Colorado College; 11/24/1998 39 - Judson (Ill.); 12/28/2005

Free Throws Made 1. 2. 3. 4.

40 39 38 34 34 34

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Colorado Christian; 1/13/1998 Langston; 11/23/2003 Arizona St. of Flagstaff; 1954-55 Colorado Christian; 1/21/1995 William Penn; 12/1/1996 at Colo. Christian; 2/28/2004

Free Throws Attempted 1. 2. 3. 4.

62 53 51 49 49

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Colorado Christian; 1/13/1998 Metro State; 3/1/1996 Denver; 2/18/1993 Chadron State; 1/9/1995 Langston; 11/23/2003

Free Throw Percentage 1. .958 - Colo. Christian; 2/13/09 (23-24) 2. .872 - Colo. Christian; 1/21/95 (34-39) .872 - at Colo. Christian; 2/28/04 (34-39)

Field Goals Attempted

1. 79 - Colorado Christian; 2/11/1989 2. 78 - Colorado Christian; 12/5/1998 3. 76 - at UC-Colo. Springs; 2/12/2008 76 - York (Neb.); 11/20/1999 5. 75 - at UC-Colo. Springs; 2/27/2009 75 - Denver; 2/3/1996

Field Goal Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

.702 .681 .646 .630 .628

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Chadron St.; 1/30/88 (33-47) Neb.-Kearney; 1/18/02 (32-47) Western St.; 12/29/94 (31-48) Chadron St.; 2/12/04 (29-46) Colo. Mines; 1/21/06 (27-43)

3-Point Field Goals Made 1. 15 15 3. 12 12 12 12

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York (Neb.); 11/20/1999 Avila University; 12/29/2002 N.M. Highlands; 1/5/2002 Colorado Mines; 1/8/2000 Colorado College; 11/24/1998 Denver; 2/28/1989

3-Point Field Goals Att. 1. 34 34 3. 31 4. 28 28 28 28

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York (Neb.); 11/20/1999 vs Spring Hill; 12/29/2007 N.M. Highlands; 1/5/2008 Southern Colorado; 1/16/1999 UC-Colo. Springs; 12/16/2001 Colorado College; 12/5/2006 Metro State; 2/27/1993

4. .871 - Colo. Mines; 3/1/03 (27-31) 5. .867 - N.M. Highlands; 2/5/96 (26-30)

Rebounds

1. 58 - Colorado Christian; 2/11/1989 2. 55 - Western New Mexico; 1/7/2010 3. 52 - UC-Colo. Springs; 1/20/2000 52 - Hawaii-Pacific; 11/19/1999 52 - Pittsburg State; 11/22/1986

Assists 1. 33 2. 28 28 28 5. 27 27 -

Judson (Ill.); 12/28/2005 Peru State; 1/4/2009 York (Neb.); 11/20/1999 Colorado Christian; 2/6/1999 at UC-Colo. Springs; 12/20/04 Bellevue College; 2/6/1988

Steals

1. 10 - NW Okla. St.; 11/27/2009 10 - Southwest Minn. St.; 12/28/99 3. 9 - Nebraska-Kearney; 1/19/2008 9 - Colorado College; 11/27/2007 9 - vs Johnson & Wales; 12/6/2008 9 - at Nebraska-Kearney; 2/21/2009

3-Point Field Goal Pct.

1. .688 - Metro State; 2/6/1998 (11-16) 2. .667 - Colo. Christian; 1/29/94 (10-15) .667 - vs. UC-Colo. Springs; 11/27/04 (10-15)

4. .625 - Avila; 12/29/2002 (15-24) 5. .611 - Chadron St.; 2/12/04 (11-18)

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REGIS UNIVERSITY MEN’S BASKETBALL LETTERWINNERS Charles Alexander ...........................................1999 William Alston ....................................1982, 83, 84 Jayson Arosteguy .............................................1992 Dan Baker .................................................1983, 84 Blake Bales ................................................2009, 10 David Bennett .................................................1981 Jeremy Bennett ..........................................2001, 02 Dwight Berry ............................................1996, 97 Steve Bentz ................................................1998, 99 Slade Bigelow ............................................2004, 05 Julian Biglow .......................................2002, 03, 04 Carlos Boyd.............................1992, 93, 94, 95, 96 Ryan Bradley ...................................................1997 Allan Branch .............................................1981, 82 Bill Brandenburg .......................................2008, 09 Kaelan Brennan .........................................2010, 11 Chris Brever ..................................2003, 04, 05, 06 Keith Brooks .............................................1993, 95 Kent Brown...............................................2003, 04 Matt Brunson..................................................1997 James Bulluck ..................................................2007 Jason Burke-Kavros .........................................2008 Matt Busch......................................................2009 Brandon Butler..........................................2005, 06 James Cain ..........................................1998, 99, 00 David Carey ..............................................1997, 98 Michael Carter ..........................................2000, 01 Luke Chadwick .........................................2006, 07 Kevin Childress .........................................1983, 84 Austin Christensen ....................................2003, 04 Jon Conley .............................................2010, 11 Kevin Corby..............................................1983, 84 Tony Cornejo ............................................2006, 07 Harold Cotton ..........................................1982, 83 Ed Cox ......................................................1994, 95 Tommy Crawford............................................1992 Daren Crosby ................................1994, 95, 96, 97 Joe Cronin.................................................1995, 96 Jason Deich ...............................................2004, 05 Jim DeVan ......................................................1982 William Dicks ...........................................1998, 99 Mike Dino ......................................................1982 Chad Dunn .....................................................2006

Geremey Gibson .......................................2006, 07 Reggie Gibson .................................................1995 Tom Gillespie ..................................................1994 Martin Glastetter.......................................1997, 98 Alex Glueckler .................................................2005 Jerry Goings ....................................................1981 Dionte Goodlett.......................................... 2011 Jay Goral .......................................2002, 03, 04, 05 Manuel Gray ...................................................1981 Gabriel Green............................................2007, 08 Russ Guenther.................................................1981 David Hanzlick .........................................1993, 94 Joe Harris ........................................................1993 Marcus Harris ...............................1994, 95, 96, 97 Marques Harris ...............................................2001 Curtis Harrold ................................................2002 James Harvey ..................................................2001 David Herasimtschuk ......................................2002 Kris Hicks .................................................1992, 93 Matt Hiller ......................................................1994 Patrick Holloway .......................................1992, 93 Robin Hood ....................................................2003 Cevin Hopp ........................................1982, 83, 84 David Horton .................................................1992 Steve Hoskins ..................................................1996 Kenny Howard ................................................2007 Charles Howell ..........................................1983, 84 Jeff Jackson ................................................1983, 84 Chris Johansen ....................................2009, 10, 11 Isaiah Johnson .................................................2008 Brandon Jones .................................................2003 Bud Jones ..................................................1981, 82 Slobodan Jovanovic ...................................2010, 11 Levi Kaess........................................................2004 Dylan King ................................................. 2011 Louis King ................................................2000, 01 Lance Korell ..............................................2010, 11 Austin Laramore ..............................................2006 Greg Leary ......................................................1999 Stevie Ledesma ..........................................2009, 10 Corey LeDuff ................................1998, 99, 00, 01 Greg Lee.................................................2010, 11 Kevin Linder ...................................................1984

John Everhart ..................................................2008 Anthony Farmer ..............................................1999 Brendon Feddema .....................................1994, 95 Brett Fetterly ...................................................2007 Casey Fisher ..............................................2002, 03 Shawn Flynn ...................................................1982 Billy Ray Forte ..........................................1981, 82 David Fox .................................................2008, 09 Latel Foy ...................................................1997, 98 Andy Freeman ...........................................1982, 83 Miguel Garibay ...............................................2006 Logan Garvin ............................................2004, 05 Scott Gause .........................................1996, 97, 98 Zach Gelhaus ............................................2002, 03 Randy Gerstbacher ..........................................1993

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Brandon MacLellan .........................................2010 Jordan Martinez-Doublin ................................2009 Damir Matic .............................................1995, 96 Elliot McQuillan .............................................2000 Buster Miller ...................................................2005 Dean Miller.....................................................1984 Curtis Mitchell ..........................................2009, 10 Ricky Munoz.............................................1993, 94 Greg Nehf .................................................1983, 84 Randell Nelson ..........................................2000, 01 Jay O’Sullivan .................................................1993 Joseph Odugbela .............................................2008 Robert Osley .......................................1982, 83, 84 Demitrius Owens ........................................ 2011

Oliver Pertuit ..................................................2003 Andy Pokorny ...........................................2007, 08 Anthony Porch ................................................2008 Alex Potts ......................................2006, 07, 08, 09 Joe Quadhamer ...............................................1992 Darryl Reshaw.................................................1982 Michael Rhodes.........................................1999, 01 Randall Romero ..............................................1999 Matt Rosinski ............................................2008, 09 Mickey Ryan .............................................1992, 93 Myron Sanders ..............................2008, 09, 10, 11 Ben Schafer ...............................................2004, 05 Turner Scholl...................................................2004 Antonio Scott ......................................1994, 95, 96 Kyle Shumway ................................................2001 Brandon Smith ................................................2000 Julian Smith ..............................................1999, 00 Levi Southern ..................................................2000 Peller Sparks ..............................................1996, 97 Tim Specht......................................................1998 Trevor Steege ...................................................2007 Steve Sterrett ...................................................1981 Jeff Stewart ......................................................1992 Nique Stewart .................................................1993 Gary Street ......................................................2007 Aaron Sutton ...................................................2007 DeMel Tarver ............................................2001, 02 John Tharpe ..............................................1999, 00 Bruce Thomas .................................................1992 Torrance Toomer .............................................2002 Brock Trice ................................................1995, 96 Brian Trombley ...............................................1996 Mike Upkins ...................................................1981 Adam Vaden ..............................................2006, 07 Dominc Villani .........................................1995, 96 Michael Voit....................................................1997 Chuck Wahlheim ............................................1984 Gary Walker ....................................................1992 Henry Wallican ...............................................1981 Cortez Washington....................................2000, 01 David Weber .............................................1993, 94 Breen Weeks ....................................................2011 Patrick Wheatlake .....................................2010, 11 Aaron White ...................................................1999 Nate Wilson ....................................................2002 Nick Winder .............................................2005, 06 Joshua Wood ...................................................2003 Bold - Current players Current through 1992-93, 1984-85, 1983-84, 198283, 1981-82


2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball 1976-77 • 12-15 (8-12 RMAC/T6th)

1978-79 • 18-9 (15-5 RMAC/T3rd)

1980-81 • 17-11 (10-8 RMAC/T4th)

Home: N/A ● Away: N/A Head Coach: James Karabestos

Home: 9-4 • Away: 9-5 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (38-16)

Home: 12-2 ● Away: 5-9 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (74-37)

11/29 12/1 12/3 12/6 12/9 12/10 12/14 1/7 1/8 1/10 1/14 1/17 1/18 1/22 1/24 1/29 1/31 2/4 2/5 2/7 2/11 2/12 2/18 2/19 2/21 2/25 2/26

Rocky Mountain Utah State Phillips Northern Colorado Fort Lewis* Adams State* Air Force Mesa State* Westminster* Southern Utah* Colorado Mines* Eastern New Mexico College of Santa Fe Western State* Southern Colorado* N.M. Highlands* Western N.M.* Southern Utah* Westminster* Mesa State* N.M. Highlands* Western N.M.* Colorado Mines* Western State* Southern Colorado* Fort Lewis* Adams State*

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105-66 69-87 75-71 93-79 83-74 74-77 64-79 70-90 64-67 69-80 65-68 64-78 84-74 90-75 79-56 92-98 53-55 67-84 101-89 66-73 100-90 70-65 68-70 80-70 62-73 95-82 73-81

1977-78 • 20-7 (15-5 RMAC/T1st) Home: 12-0 ● Away 8-7 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (20-7) 12/2 Metro State 12/5 Southern Colorado* 12/7 at Air Force 12/9 Southern Utah* 12/10 Westminster* 1/5 at Western N.M.* 1/7 at N.M. Highlands* 1/9 at College of Santa Fe 1/17 at Colorado College 1/20 Mesa State* 1/21 Western State* 1/23 Colorado Mines* 1/27 at Southern Utah* 1/28 at Westminster* 2/2 at Metro State 2/4 at Southern Colorado* 2/6 at Fort Lewis* 2/10 N.M. Highlands* 2/11 Western N.M.* 2/13 at Colorado Mines* 2/17 Adams State* 2/18 Fort Lewis* 2/21 Colorado College 2/24 at Mesa State* 2/25 at Western State* 2/27 at Northern Colorado 3/1 at Adams State* * - RMAC Game

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

11/27 at Hastings 11/28 at Peru State 12/4 Chadron State 12/6 at Denver 12/8 N.M. Highlands* 12/9 Western N.M.* 12/12 at Air Force 12/14 Northern Colorado 12/20 Denver 1/5 at Westminster* 1/6 at Southern Utah* 1/11 at N.M. Highlands* 1/13 at Western N.M.* 1/19 Adams State* 1/20 Fort Lewis* 1/22 Southern Colorado* 1/26 at Western State* 1/27 at Mesa State* 2/2 at Southern Colorado* 2/3 at Colorado Mines* 2/9 Southern Utah* 2/10 Westminster* 2/15 at Adams State* 2/17 at Fort Lewis* 2/23 Western State* 2/24 Mesa State* 2/26 Colorado Mines* * - RMAC Game

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

58-57 60-56 76-65 66-82 103-79 66-70 19-30 57-65 62-78 56-51 59-72 83-64 65-60 70-62 72-68 57-67 71-59 60-62 68-64 64-56 67-64 75-61 66-61 65-68 98-52 74-71 72-67

1979-80 • 19-10 (11-7 RMAC/T2nd) Home: 13-3 ● Away: 6-7 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (57-26)

108-45 75-66 48-65 91-58 65-60 70-79 90-71 66-60 82-56 65-54 74-57 91-70 74-92 96-79 83-33 60-65 62-65 84-59 77-58 79-67 68-55 86-70 100-54 49-73 82-73 74-83 65-57

11/23 Rockmont 11/24 at Rockmont 11/26 at Chadron State 11/28 Rocky Mountain 12/1 Graceland 12/7 N.M. Highlands* 12/8 Western N.M.* 12/12 Southern Colorado* 12/28 at Doane 12/29 at Doane 1/3 at Mesa State* 1/5 at Southern Utah* 1/10 at N.M. Highlands* 1/12 at Western N.M.* 1/18 at Adams State* 1/19 at Fort Lewis* 1/25 Western State* 1/26 Southern Colorado* 2/2 at Colorado Mines* 2/4 Denver 2/8 Southern Utah* 2/9 Mesa State* 2/15 Adams State* 2/16 Fort Lewis* 2/19 Colorado Mines* 2/22 at Western State* 2/27 College of Santa Fe 3/1 Southern Colorado# 3/4 at Grand Canyon# * - RMAC Game # NAIA District VII Playoffs

W W W W W W L W (OT) L L W (OT) W W L L L W W L W W W L W L (OT) W W W L

11/28 College of Santa Fe 12/2 Northern Montana 12/8 Concordia 12/12 Adams State* 12/13 Fort Lewis* 12/16 Western Montana 12/17 at Colorado College 12/20 at Rockhurst 12/22 Tarkio (Mo.) 1/3 at Southern Utah* 1/5 at Mesa College* 1/8 at N.M. Highlands* 1/10 at Western N.M.* 1/16 Western State* 1/17 CSU-Pueblo* 1/23 Colorado Mines* 1/24 at Denver 1/30 at Adams State* 1/31 at Fort Lewis* 2/6 Southern Utah* 2/7 Mesa College* 2/10 at Rockmont 2/13 N.M. Highlands* 2/14 Western N.M.* 2/17 at Western State* 2/20 at CSU-Pueblo* 2/24 at Colorado Mines* 2/28 at Denver# * - RMAC Game # - NAIA District VII Playoffs

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

67-63 63-62 96-76 68-66 60-65 65-54 52-44 61-69 90-65 70-91 52-47 84-66 47-62 67-65 50-49 55-52 51-69 65-63 53-58 68-63 60-56 84-49 77-70 48-58 64-72 44-54 66-85 70-92

1981-82 • 17-10 (10-8 RMAC/6th) 100-54 89-37 70-68 72-62 83-76 83-64 47-49 54-52 45-48 63-68 58-57 65-55 85-76 65-78 63-85 72-78 65-59 63-60 53-56 63-54 67-59 84-56 61-72 62-60 47-48 57-47 70-64 80-72 45-49

Home: 11-4 ● Away: 6-6 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (91-47) 11/27 Doane 12/4 Rockhurst 12/5 at Rockmont 12/11 at Fort Lewis* 12/12 at Adams St.* 12/15 Westmar College 12/19 St. Xavier College 12/21 at Northeastern Illinois 1/2 at Southern Utah* 1/4 at Mesa St.* 1/7 at N.M. Highlands* 1/9 at Western N.M.* 1/15 Western St.* 1/16 Southern Colorado* 1/19 Denver University 1/22 Colorado Mines* 1/23 Colorado College 1/29 Adams St.* 1/30 Fort Lewis* 2/5 Southern Utah* 2/6 Mesa St.* 2/8 at Rockmont 2/12 N.M. Highlands* 2/13 Western N.M.* 2/17 at Western St.* 2/19 at Southern Colorado* 2/23 at Colorado Mines* * - RMAC Game

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78-64 47-46 87-29 72-84 68-66 86-73 47-59 77-62 66-69 68-69 95-93 70-93 56-52 52-53 57-59 66-54 61-50 78-58 51-44 59-75 81-57 94-49 74-55 55-53 54-63 66-49 57-67


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1984-85 • 15-13 (Independent)

1986-87 • 15-14 (Independent)

Home: 5-5 ● Away: 3-12 ● Neutral: 1-1 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (100-65)

Home: 9-3 ● Away: 5-10 ● Neutral: 1-0 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (135-86)

Home: 10-6 ● Away: 3-7 ● Neutral: 2-1 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (166-112)

11/30 at Wyoming 12/2 College of Santa Fe 12/4 at Colorado Mines* 12/6 at Rockmont 12/10 Western State* 12/11 Southern Colorado* 12/15 at Colorado College 12/17 vs. LaVerne# 12/18 vs. Pomona-Pitzer# 12/20 at Texas El-Paso 1/3 at Mesa State* 1/4 at Southern Utah* 1/8 at Western N.M.* 1/12 at Rockmont 1/14 Adams State* 1/15 Fort Lewis* 1/19 at Denver 1/22 Colorado Mines* 1/27 at Southern Colorado* 1/31 at Western State* 2/4 Western N.M.* 2/5 N.M. Highlands* 2/11 Southern Utah* 2/12 Mesa State* 2/18 at Adams State* 2/19 at Fort Lewis* 2/28 at N.M. Highlands* * - RMAC Game # - LA Baptist Classic

L W L W W L W W L L L L L W W (OT) L L (OT) L L L (2OT) L W (OT) L W L L L

40-81 74-69 66-81 79-75 62-58 59-65 57-51 64-55 40-43 59-87 65-69 53-78 60-76 86-71 84-82 63-75 62-70 61-66 43-49 66-75 57-64 93-82 54-71 83-68 61-69 37-39 55-76

11/19 Lincoln University 11/20 Lincoln University 11/24 William Penn 11/26 Whittier College 11/28 at Colorado 12/7 Concordia College (Neb.) 12/14 at Creighton 12/15 at Dana College 12/18 N.M. Highlands 12/21 vs. Belhaven College# 12/22 at Washburn# 12/31 Abilene Christian 1/3 Wabash College 1/4 Fresno Pacific 1/7 at Bethany College 1/8 at Kansas Wesleyan 1/12 Chadron State 1/16 at Denver 1/21 at Colorado Mines 1/23 at Metro State 1/25 at Chadron State 1/28 at Western State 2/1 College of Santa Fe 2/5 at Colorado College 2/8 at Air Force 2/17 at College of Santa Fe 2/20 Metro State 2/23 at N.M. Highlands # - Washburn Tournament

L L (2OT) W W L W L W W W L W W W L W W L W (3OT) L W L L W L L W L

67-84 71-72 75-62 56-55 51-55 58-44 51-71 62-56 86-63 73-58 49-63 75-58 72-64 55-36 77-83 62-54 65-38 49-57 71-70 39-64 48-47 48-50 53-54 87-67 52-71 63-71 66-65 53-57

1983-84 • 20-8 (Independent)

1985-86 • 16-12 (Independent)

Home: 17-1 ● Away: 3-7 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (120-73)

Home: 15-4 ● Away: 1-7 ● Neutral: 0-1 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (151-98)

11/22 11/26 11/28 12/1 12/8 12/12 12/16 12/17 12/19 12/20 12/28 12/30 12/31 1/3 1/5 1/11 1/14 1/18 1/21 1/28 1/31 2/7 2/10 2/13 2/17 2/24 2/27 2/28

Rockmont Bethany at Colorado at Montana State Colorado Mines N.M. Highlands Point Loma Nazarene Augustana (SD) Northwest Nazarene Dana College Cornell College at Hawaii Pacific at Hawaii Pacific at Nevada-Reno Bethel College Eastern Montana Chadron State Denver Colorado College Western State at Rockmont at Air Force Panhandle State at Chadron State National Coll. of Business St. John’s College at N.M. Highlands College of Santa Fe

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

80-60 77-51 42-58 50-49 66-44 88-56 72-58 65-39 56-51 69-51 65-53 66-73 67-68 70-72 84-61 63-62 69-60 69-81 82-60 65-49 67-59 54-53 78-67 71-87 85-37 84-56 76-79 62-85

11/22 at South Dakota Tech# L 11/23 vs. Jamestown# L 11/26 Chadron State W 11/30 Cal. State San BernardinoW 12/2 Dana College W 12/5 Washburn L 12/10 at Air Force L 12/14 N.M. Highlands W 12/16 College of Santa Fe L 12/28 University of Redlands W 1/2 Concordia College (Neb.) W 1/3 Tabor College W 1/6 Westmar College W 1/8 Kansas Newman L 1/17 St. John’s College W 1/18 Western State W (OT) 1/22 at Metro State W (OT) 1/27 at Panhandle State L 2/1 at Chadron State L 2/3 at Black Hills State L 2/8 Panhandle State W 2/12 Colorado Mines W 2/15 at College of Santa Fe L 2/16 at N.M. Highlands L 2/19 Metro State L 2/22 Denver W 2/24 Kansas Wesleyan W 2/26 Colorado College W # - South Dakota Tech Tournament

58-109 60-64 70-58 100-63 73-54 51-61 44-69 67-64 61-65 62-51 81-72 81-61 72-57 69-76 89-55 67-64 50-49 59-71 69-74 67-70 65-48 70-68 63-77 60-64 55-63 74-64 77-52 84-78

11/21 at Pittsburg State# 11/26 Chadron State 11/29 at Air Force 12/1 at Cincinnati 12/5 N.M. Highlands 12/6 South Dakota Tech 12/8 Pittsburg State 12/11 Hastings College 12/13 at Western State 12/20 Western N.M. 12/22 vs. Seattle University$ 12/23 vs. Dominican$ 12/24 vs. Fresno Pacific$ 12/30 Sioux Falls 1/2 Dordt 1/3 Pomona-Pitzer 1/5 Judson 1/11 at Chadron State 1/15 at Denver 1/21 at Colorado Mines 1/23 at Colorado College 1/26 Metro State 1/31 Black Hills State 2/5 Kansas Newman 2/8 Western State 2/11 Seattle Pacific 2/15 at N.M. Highlands 2/18 at Metro State 2/21 Denver # - Pittsburg St. Tournament $ - Hawaii Loa College Tournament

L W L L W L L L W W L W W W L W W W L L L L W (OT) L W W W (OT) L W

50-59 82-65 47-62 53-84 78-59 57-59 44-60 73-88 58-56 66-61 70-80 60-39 60-49 87-67 67-84 69-53 68-58 57-39 55-63 56-64 70-78 41-44 68-65 68-76 68-58 73-66 89-83 65-69 65-63

1987-88 • 20-8 (Independent) Home: 16-2 ● Away: 4-6 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (186-120) 11/20 11/23 11/30 12/2 12/4 12/8 12/9 12/13 12/14 12/18 12/21 1/6 1/8 1/13 1/18 1/21 1/24 1/30 2/1 2/6 2/8 2/10 2/13 2/15 2/17 2/20 2/23 2/26

McPherson College at Colorado Baptist at UC-Colorado Springs Mesa State East Texas State at Mesa State at Fort Lewis Fort Lewis Northern Montana N.M. Highlands Aurora University UC-Colorado Springs Western State at N.M. Highlands Denver Metro State at Western State at Chadron State Colorado Baptist Bellevue College at Metro State Alaska-Fairbanks at Air Force Western N.M. Colorado Mines Colorado College Chadron State at Denver

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

79-57 82-43 92-45 78-62 85-64 81-95 59-67 77-74 82-57 76-73 76-64 81-38 64-56 61-63 60-58 57-59 70-63 87-71 73-59 94-68 52-65 85-79 73-83 71-56 65-66 93-74 74-72 66-90


2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball 1988-89 • 10-17 (Independent)

1990-91 • 16-13 (4-6 CAC)

1992-93 • 18-9 (7-5 CAC)

Home: 7-6 ● Away: 1-9 ● Neutral: 2-2 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (196-137)

Home: 9-5 ● Away: 7-8 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (226-165)

Home: 12-2 ● Away: 6-7 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (264-184)

11/18 vs. Panhandle State# L 11/19 vs. Western N.M.# W 11/26 Southern Colorado W 11/29 at Colorado Mines L 12/2 vs. Adams State$ L 12/3 vs. Fort Lewis$ W 12/6 North Central L 12/8 Georgia College L 12/10 Fort Lewis W 12/14 N.M. Highlands L 12/20 at Air Force L 12/22 St. Ambrose W 12/31 Western N.M. W 1/10 Colorado Baptist L 1/15 at Chadron State L 1/16 Metro State L 1/24 at N.M. Highlands L 1/27 UC-Colorado Springs W 1/30 at Southern Colorado L 2/9 at Colorado Baptist L 2/11 Colorado Christian W 2/13 Denver L 2/18 at Colorado College W 2/22 at UC-Colorado Springs L (2OT) 2/24 Chadron State W 2/26 at Metro State L 2/28 at Denver L # - New Mexico Highlands Tournament $ - Mile High Classic (McNichols Arena)

58-74 70-66 83-62 67-68 66-76 83-80 61-72 80-84 65-61 77-82 49-107 84-75 64-56 69-70 73-82 60-74 68-70 70-34 66-84 67-96 91-77 47-55 63-60 83-89 91-80 57-75 77-82

1989-90 • 14-15 (Independent) Home: 11-4 ● Away: 3-9 ● Neutral: 0-2 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (210-152) 11/18 Wayne State (Neb.) W 11/21 at Sterling College W 11/24 Loras College W 11/25 St. Mary’s (Minn.) W 11/29 Colorado Mines W 12/1 Cameron University L (OT) 12/4 at Fort Lewis L 12/12 at Air Force L 12/15 Cal State-Los Angeles L 12/18 Colorado College W 12/28 vs. Metro State# L 12/29 vs. Denver# L 1/2 RPI L 1/5 Fort Lewis W 1/7 at N.M. Highlands L 1/10 Kearney State L 1/13 at Denver W 1/19 Chadron State W 1/22 at Colorado Christian L 1/25 N.M. Highlands W 1/30 at Colorado Mines L 2/2 at UC-Colorado Springs W 2/5 at Kearney State L 2/9 at Metro State L 2/12 at Chadron State L (OT) 2/16 Denver W 2/19 Colorado Christian W 2/24 UC-Colorado Springs W 3/3 at Grand Canyon$ L (OT) # - Mile High Classic (McNichols Arena) $ - NAIA District VII Playoffs

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11/17 Langston University L (2OT) 11/20 Green Mountain W 11/21 Sterling College W 11/23 Tabor College W 11/26 at Air Force L 11/30 at Western State W 12/4 at Colorado Mines W 12/10 Chadron State W 12/12 N.M. Highlands W 12/15 Avila College W 12/17 at Chadron State L 12/20 Western State L 1/5 at Cal State Poly-Pomona L 1/7 at Cal State-Los Angeles L 1/9 at Cal State-San Bernardino W 1/16 at Colorado College W 1/19 Colorado Mines W 1/21 at Metro State* W 1/24 at Southern Colorado* L 1/26 Denver* L 1/31 UC-Colorado Springs* W 2/2 at Colorado Christian* L 2/7 Metro State* L 2/14 Southern Colorado* L 2/16 at Denver* L 2/21 at UC-Colorado Springs W 2/23 Colorado Christian* W 2/27 at Colorado Christian# W 3/1 at Metro State# L * - CAC Games # - CAC Tournament

83-85 93-53 88-66 81-74 66-71 77-73 69-65 85-70 83-74 85-72 72-82 71-72 59-76 59-72 65-63 72-66 92-78 83-67 62-88 69-72 90-63 65-72 76-92 72-84 82-96 97-55 95-72 85-79 71-92

1991-92 • 20-10 (7-5 CAC) 83-72 67-61 57-54 81-50 70-61 73-78 69-72 64-88 46-59 86-83 53-84 58-80 59-67 95-80 71-83 57-78 82-67 88-77 68-76 92-83 73-79 59-58 78-95 60-74 94-98 73-52 73-66 65-56 72-74

Home: 13-3 ● Away: 7-7 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (246-175) 11/27 at Air Force 11/29 East Central 12/4 Cameron 12/7 at Western State 12/11 Cal Poly-Pomona 12/13 Howard Payne 12/14 Howard Payne 12/17 Colorado Mines 12/19 Western State 1/3 at Dominican 1/4 at Sonoma State 1/11 Metro State* 1/16 at Denver* 1/18 Colorado Christian* 1/20 Chadron State 1/23 Colorado College 1/25 at Fort Lewis* 1/30 at Southern Colorado* 2/1 UC-Colorado Springs* 2/4 at Colorado Mines 2/8 at Metro State* 2/13 Denver* 2/15 at Colorado Christian* 2/19 at Chadron State 2/22 Fort Lewis* 2/27 Southern Colorado* 2/29 at UC-Colorado Springs* 3/3 Colorado Christian# 3/5 at Metro State# 3/6 at Denver# * - CAC Games # - CAC Tournament

L 67-74 W 80-62 L 57-87 W 63-58 W 95-80 W 87-54 W 86-53 W 100-74 L 74-81 W 94-47 W 66-61 W 77-69 L 74-82 W 84-80 W 100-73 W 88-60 L (OT) 96-99 L 84-89 W 85-58 W 106-102 L 69-86 L 65-73 W (OT) 101-95 L 86-99 W 107-94 W 73-71 W 77-49 W 91-79 W 67-60 L (2OT) 90-91

11/20 NW Oklahoma State 11/21 Langston 11/23 Concordia (Neb.) 11/25 Texas Wesleyan 11/28 at Northern Colorado 12/5 at Air Force 12/10 at Colorado Mines 12/12 Chadron State 12/14 at Eckerd 12/16 at Saint Leo 12/21 Colorado Mines 1/2 Concordia (Ill.) 1/6 at Chadron State 1/14 Fort Lewis* 1/16 at Southern Colorado* 1/21 at Denver University* 1/25 at Colorado College 1/28 Colorado Christian* 1/30 at Metro State* 2/4 Northern Colorado 2/6 UC-Colorado Springs* 2/9 at Fort Lewis* 2/13 Southern Colorado* 2/18 Denver* 2/24 at Colorado Christian* 2/27 Metro State* 3/6 at UC-Colorado Springs* * - CAC Games

W W W W W L W W L W W W W W L L L (OT) W L (OT) L W W W W L L W

82-74 120-84 92-81 88-52 86-81 64-75 94-77 106-92 66-76 71-56 98-83 93-80 77-74 94-86 69-79 78-84 61-62 74-66 79-80 85-95 85-64 81-67 87-81 93-89 71-73 83-92 75-58

1993-94 • 19-9 (8-4 CAC) Home: 17-2 ● Away: 2-6 ● Neutral: 0-1 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (283-193) 11/20 Chadron State W (OT) 89-83 11/22 Jacksonville State L 79-100 11/30 Colorado Mines W 69-57 12/2 North Central W 88-58 12/6 Texas A&M-Kingsville L 56-58 12/11 Lincoln University W 79-73 12/13 at Air Force L 61-89 12/15 Western State W 74-65 12/18 Elmhurst W 97-81 12/29 Northern Colorado W 80-70 12/31 Stonehill W 83-58 1/3 Valley City State W 89-59 1/4 Concordia (Wis.) W 87-70 1/13 Southern Colorado* W 72-70 1/15 at UC-Colorado Springs* W 70-63 1/20 Fort Lewis* W 69-57 1/27 at Metro State* W 78-75 1/29 Colorado Christian* W (OT) 74-72 1/31 at Chadron State L 60-81 2/5 Denver* W 75-69 2/10 at Southern Colorado* L 52-68 2/12 UC-Colorado Springs* W 90-59 2/15 at Denver* L 59-64 2/19 at Fort Lewis* L 75-81 2/24 Metro State* W 78-73 2/26 at Colorado Christian L 62-67 3/2 UC-Colorado Springs# W 76-64 3/4 vs. Southern Colorado$ L 75-89 * - CAC Games # - CAC Tournament Semifinals $ - CAC Tournament Finals (Lakewood, Colo.)

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WIN GRADUATE 1994-95 • 25-5 (9-1 CAC) Home: 15-1 ● Away: 8-2 ● Neutral: 2-2 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (308-198) 11/22 Bethany W 80-53 11/23 Oglethorpe W 76-67 11/27 William Penn W 101-70 11/28 Illinois Benedictine W 73-52 12/1 at Air Force L 70-79 12/6 at Colorado Mines W 75-70 12/10 Western State W 85-77 12/11 at Northern Colorado W 73-69 12/14 Cal State-LA L 49-64 12/19 at Chadron State W 89-77 12/29 at Western State W 74-70 12/31 Wayland Baptist W 95-75 1/3 Rockford W 100-58 1/7 Michigan-Dearborn W 81-49 1/9 Chadron State W 87-72 1/19 at Denver* L 67-76 1/21 at Colorado Christian* W 87-70 1/26 Southern Colorado* W 75-66 1/28 Metro State* W 74-63 2/1 vs. UC-Colorado Springs W 64-56 2/4 Denver University* W 65-64 2/9 at Southern Colorado* W 68-53 2/11 Colorado Christian* W 80-65 2/18 at Metro State* W 71-52 2/23 Mount Senario W 87-59 2/25 UC-Colorado Springs* W 73-48 3/3 vs. Colorado Christian# W 83-61 3/6 at Southern Colorado$ W 71-58 3/11 vs. Morningside (Iowa)% L 70-93 3/12 vs. North Dakota State& L 72-84 * - CAC Games # - CAC Semifinals $ - CAC Championship Game % - NCAA DII 2nd Round (Hays, Kan.) & - NCAA DII Central Region Cons. Game (Hays, Kan.)

1995-96 • 25-5 (8-2 CAC)

Langston University Central College California-Baptist Evangel College Western State at Chadron State North Central at Air Force at N.M. Highlands Cal State-L.A. Ursinus at Western State Chadron State Winona State at Southern Colorado* at Metro State* Colorado Christian* Colorado College UC-Colorado Springs* Denver* N.M. Highlands Southern Colorado* Metro State* at Colorado Christian* at UC-Colorado Springs* at Denver* vs. Metro State$ at Denver%

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3/8 vs. Nebraska-Kearney^ W 3/9 at Fort Hays State& L * - CAC Game $ - CAC Semifinals % - CAC Championship Game ^ - NCAA DII First Round (Hays, Kan.) & - NCAA DII Second Round (Hays, Kan.)

73-70 69-97

Home: 11-1 ● Away: 6-8 ● Neutral: 1-0 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (385-231)

1996-97 • 14-12 (9-10 RMAC/T7th) Home: 8-5 ● Away: 6-7 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (347-215) 11/16 Holy Names 11/23 at Air Force 11/26 at Colorado College 12/1 William Penn 12/6 at Fort Lewis* 12/7 at Adams State* 12/13 Mesa State* 12/14 Western State* 1/3 at N.M. Highlands* 1/5 Mount Senario 1/10 Southern Colorado* 1/11 UC-Colorado Springs* 1/14 Colorado Christian* 1/16 at Chadron State* 1/18 at Denver 1/24 Metro State* 1/25 Colorado Mines* 1/31 at Nebaska-Kearney* 2/1 at Fort Hays State* 2/7 at Metro State* 2/8 at Colorado Mines* 2/12 at Colorado Christian* 2/14 Chadron State* 2/21 Nebraska-Kearney* 2/22 Fort Hays State* 2/25 at Fort Hays State# * - RMAC Game # - RMAC 1st Round

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81-64 67-48 62-74 83-62 70-84 52-49 62-63 70-73 72-47 79-63 64-57 71-61 64-52 69-75 67-62 71-87 62-50 70-71 46-74 74-76 69-61 67-53 105-90 82-91 56-76 43-73

11/21 11/25 12/2 12/5 12/6 12/12 12/13 12/19 12/30 1/4 1/9 1/10 1/13 1/16 1/17 1/20 1/23 1/24 1/30 1/31 2/6 2/7 2/11 2/13 2/20 2/21 2/24

Rocky Mountain at Air Force North Central Fort Lewis* Adams State* at Mesa State* at Western State* Bethany at Colorado College N.M. Highlands* at Southern Colorado* at UC-Colorado Springs* at Colorado Christian* Chadron State* Denver Colorado College at Metro State* at Colorado Mines* Nebraska-Kearney* Fort Hays State* Metro State* Colorado Mines* Colorado Christian* at Chadron State* at Nebraska-Kearney* at Fort Hays State* Southern Colorado#

11/18 at Air Force L 68-85 11/20 vs. Pacific Lutheran# W 77-60 11/21 at Grand Canyon# L 68-71 11/24 Colorado College W 101-81 11/28 Langston University W 92-65 12/3 Chadron State* W 82-73 12/5 at Colorado Christian* W (2OT) 80-77 12/11 at Metro State* L 54-80 12/12 at Colorado Mines* W 77-68 12/19 Nebraska-Kearney* W 97-91 12/21 Fort Hays State* L 67-77 1/2 Transylvania W 85-61 1/9 Fort Lewis* W 78-64 1/15 at UC-Colorado Springs* W 81-61 1/16 at Southern Colorado* L 63-76 1/21 N.M. Highlands* W 73-68 1/23 Adams State* W 75-74 1/26 at Colorado College W 68-53 1/29 at Mesa State* L 55-62 1/30 at Western State* W 90-87 2/3 at Chadron State* L 70-71 2/6 Colorado Christian* W 100-80 2/11 Metro State* W 90-76 2/13 Colorado Mines* W 86-67 2/19 at Nebraska-Kearney* L 83-86 2/20 at Fort Hays State* W 69-58 2/23 at Western State$ L 71-87 * - RMAC Game # - Grand Canyon Tournament (Phoenix, Ariz.) $ - RMAC First Round

1999-00 • 8-18 (3-16 RMAC/T13th)

Home: 13-2 ● Away: 7-5 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (367-222) 68-53 61-48 72-69 76-62 91-77 73-71 61-59 76-65 70-58 73-67 87-71 87-77 82-70 60-48 78-85 73-70 80-57 82-60 63-60 74-83 69-62 74-71 77-75 87-59 53-59 77-62 84-80 67-84

* - RMAC Game # - RMAC 1st Round

1998-99 • 18-9 (13-6 RMAC/5th)

1997-98 • 20-7 (14-5 RMAC/T4th)

Home: 16-1 ● Away: 7-4 ● Neutral: 2-0 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (333-203) 11/18 11/22 11/25 11/27 11/30 12/2 12/4 12/5 12/8 12/16 12/28 12/30 1/3 1/5 1/18 1/20 1/27 1/29 2/1 2/3 2/5 2/8 2/10 2/17 2/22 2/24 3/1 3/2

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78-56 65-72 76-62 82-76 94-77 78-65 71-93 98-63 76-62 79-63 69-60 63-55 92-74 82-65 81-79 87-52 65-88 52-46 78-88 83-71 93-74 72-65 84-76 68-74 82-79 59-75 74-99

Home: 7-9 ● Away: 1-9 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (393-249) 11/19 Hawaii-Pacific 11/20 York College 11/22 BYU-Hawaii 12/7 Colorado Christian* 12/11 at Chadron State* 12/19 at Nebraska-Kearney* 12/20 at Fort Hays State* 12/28 Southwest State (Minn.) 12/30 St. Xavier 1/6 Metro State* 1/8 Colorado Mines* 1/10 Colorado College 1/15 at Fort Lewis* 1/20 UC-Colorado Springs* 1/22 Southern Colorado* 1/28 at N.M. Highlands* 1/29 at Adams State* 2/3 Mesa State* 2/5 Western State* 2/8 at Colorado Christian* 2/11 Chadron State* 2/13 at Colorado College 2/18 at Metro State* 2/19 at Colorado Mines* 2/24 Nebraska-Kearney* 2/26 Fort Hays State* * - RMAC Game

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76-67 97-86 55-86 74-61 53-80 57-62 65-72 65-57 91-73 54-75 76-79 69-57 58-62 81-66 67-74 71-74 53-73 51-66 86-94 69-54 87-96 61-69 47-96 56-75 77-79 63-74


2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball 2000-01 • 11-15 (6-13 RMAC/12th)

2002-03 • 12-15 (5-14 RMAC/12th)

2004-05 • 14-13 (7-12 RMAC/10th)

Home: 5-8 ● Away: 4-5 ● Neutral: 2-2 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (404-264)

Home: 11-5 ● Away: 0-9 ● Neutral: 1-1 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (428-294)

Home: 9-5 ● Away: 4-8 ● Neutral: 1-0 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (456-320)

11/17 Langston University W 11/20 Wayland Baptist W 11/24 vs. Eastern New Mexico# W 11/25 vs. Colorado Christian# W 12/1 vs. Augustana (S.D.)$ L 12/2 vs. South Dakota$ L 12/9 at Adams State* W 12/17 UC-Colorado Springs* L 12/18 Southern Colorado* L (OT) 12/29 Montana State-Northern W 1/4 at Fort Lewis* W (OT) 1/6 at N.M. Highlands* L 1/12 Mesa State* L 1/13 Western State* W 1/19 at Fort Hays State* L 1/20 at Nebraska-Kearney* L 1/26 Chadron State* L 1/27 Colorado Mines* L 1/30 Colorado Christian* W 2/2 at Metro State* W (OT) 2/9 Fort Hays State* L 2/10 Nebraska-Kearney* L 2/15 at Chadron State* L 2/17 at Colorado Mines* L 2/20 at Colorado Christian* W 2/24 Metro State* L * - RMAC Game # - Metro State Tournament $ - Southwest St. (Minn.) Tournament

78-47 83-71 79-69 73-60 84-87 40-79 76-64 55-67 76-81 86-51 66-64 55-65 64-73 78-76 59-61 61-89 55-67 62-75 67-50 79-77 66-77 89-95 59-66 65-74 74-53 68-80

11/22 vs. Mesa State# 11/23 vs. Northern Colorado# 11/27 Grand View College 11/30 UC-Davis 12/14 Southern Colorado* 12/16 N.M. Highlands* 12/19 St. Mary’s (Minn.) 12/29 Avila University 12/30 Doane College 1/2 at Fort Lewis* 1/4 at Adams State* 1/9 Western State* 1/11 UC-Colorado Springs* 1/15 Colorado College 1/18 at Mesa State* 1/23 at Colorado Mines* 1/25 at Colorado Christian* 1/29 Metro State* 2/1 Chadron State* 2/6 at Nebraska-Kearney* 2/8 at Fort Hays State* 2/13 at Metro State* 2/15 at Chadron State* 2/20 Fort Hays State* 2/22 Nebraska-Kearney* 2/27 Colorado Christian* 3/1 Colorado Mines* * - RMAC Game # - Colorado Mines Classic

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

69-81 71-66 73-62 63-62 51-75 65-61 98-64 112-74 79-59 61-71 63-70 89-79 80-57 83-62 47-60 70-77 67-82 40-65 65-60 62-74 65-85 65-100 55-58 60-67 59-72 81-68 67-82

11/17 at Johnson & Wales W 11/20 at Colorado State L 11/23 Johnson & Wales W 11/26 Cal. State-Monterey Bay# W 11/27 vs. UC-Colorado Springs# W 11/30 Colorado College W 12/1 Bemidji State W 12/10 Adams State* W 12/11 Fort Lewis* L 12/18 at N.M. Highlands* L 12/20 at UC-Colorado Springs* W 12/29 Dickinson State (N.D.) W 1/6 CSU-Pueblo* W 1/14 at Mesa State* L 1/15 at Western State* W 1/21 at Colorado Mines* L 1/22 at Colorado Christian* L 1/25 Metro State* L 1/28 at Nebraska-Kearney* L 2/4 Fort Hays State* L (OT) 2/5 Chadron State* W 2/8 at Metro State* L 2/12 Nebraska-Kearney* L (OT) 2/17 at Chadron State* W 2/19 at Fort Hays State* L 2/25 Colorado Christian* L 2/26 Colorado Mines* W * - RMAC Game # - Rocky Mountain Classic (Regis/Metro St.)

105-82 49-78 76-67 74-56 73-45 59-54 70-54 74-49 61-77 72-76 88-57 87-76 73-68 52-75 70-56 52-66 63-68 66-77 68-80 79-85 74-61 71-83 99-103 68-61 53-69 72-85 63-60

2001-02 • 12-15 (9-10 RMAC/7th)

2003-04 • 14-13 (8-11 RMAC/9th)

2005-06 • 12-15 (7-12 RMAC/9th)

Home: 9-4 ● Away: 3-10 ● Neutral: 0-1 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (416-279)

Home: 9-6 ● Away: 5-6 ● Neutral: 0-1 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (442-307)

Home: 9-5 ● Away: 2-8 ● Neutral: 1-2 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (468-335)

11/16 Langston University 11/19 at Colorado 11/23 vs. Missouri-Rolla# 11/24 at Rockhurst# 11/28 North Central College 12/1 Rockhurst 12/4 Northwest Nazarene 12/7 Adams State* 12/16 at UC-Colorado Springs* 12/17 at Southern Colorado* 1/4 Fort Lewis* 1/5 N.M. Highlands* 1/10 at Mesa State* 1/11 at Western State* 1/18 Nebraska-Kearney* 1/19 Fort Hays State* 1/24 at Colorado Mines* 1/26 at Chadron State* 1/29 at Colorado Christian* 2/2 Metro State* 2/8 at Nebraska-Kearney* 2/9 at Fort Hays State* 2/15 Colorado Mines* 2/16 Chadron State* 2/19 Colorado Christian* 2/22 at Metro State* 2/26 at Fort Lewis$ * - RMAC Game # - Rockhurst Tournament $ - RMAC 1st Round Game

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94-87 56-77 65-68 50-55 95-78 55-69 83-71 76-72 64-69 79-71 79-71 84-72 70-87 78-88 75-90 53-61 69-65 71-78 80-65 62-74 66-75 49-70 64-58 73-68 75-68 49-77 71-72

11/21 BYU-Hawaii 11/23 Langston University 11/26 Colorado College 11/29 Kendall College 12/2 at Northern Colorado 12/13 at N.M. Highlands* 12/15 at CSU-Pueblo* 12/19 vs. Cal Baptist# 12/20 Bethany College# 12/31 Adams State* 1/3 Fort Lewis* 1/8 at Western State* 1/10 at UC-Colorado Springs* 1/14 Northern Colorado 1/17 Mesa State* 1/22 Colorado Christian* 1/24 Colorado Mines* 1/29 at Metro State* 1/31 at Chadron State* 2/5 Fort Hays State* 2/7 Nebraska-Kearney* 2/12 Chadron State* 2/14 Metro State* 2/19 at Nebraska-Kearney* 2/21 at Fort Hays State* 2/26 at Colorado Mines* 2/28 at Colorado Christian* * - RMAC Game # - Metro/Regis Holiday Classic

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57-63 98-86 67-62 65-64 63-50 69-70 70-85 66-71 95-49 74-58 51-61 79-69 71-47 62-49 74-79 70-82 81-43 49-104 83-68 70-59 79-87 86-52 64-84 70-75 65-75 87-71 95-96

11/18 at Seattle University# L 11/19 vs. Saint Martin’s# L 11/28 Johnson & Wales W 12/2 vs. Concordia-St. Paul$ L 12/3 vs. Saint Martin’s$ W 12/9 at Fort Lewis* L 12/10 at Adams State* L 12/16 UC-Colorado Springs* W 12/17 N.M. Highlands* W 12/21 Northwest Nazarene W 12/28 Judson College W 12/30 Calvin College W 1/7 at CSU-Pueblo* W 1/13 Western State* W 1/14 Mesa State* L 1/20 Colorado Christian* W 1/21 Colorado Mines* W 1/24 at Metro State* L 1/28 Nebraska-Kearney* L 2/2 at Chadron State* L 2/4 at Fort Hays State* L 2/7 Metro State* L 2/10 at Nebraska-Kearney* L 2/17 Fort Hays State* L 2/18 Chadron State* L 2/24 at Colorado Mines* L 2/25 at Colorado Christian* W * - RMAC Game # - Elgin Baylor Tipoff Classic (Seattle, Wash.) $ - Chuck Stephens Classic (Pueblo, Colo.)

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63-80 69-77 77-55 57-63 76-69 65-68 59-64 84-78 81-63 72-68 104-56 64-57 53-47 69-68 60-74 79-76 77-58 63-82 68-85 59-62 48-69 69-84 67-87 64-69 62-66 63-70 56-51


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2006-07 • 9-17 (4-15 RMAC/T12th)

2008-09 • 7-20 (4-15 RMAC/T13th)

2010-11 • 6-20 (3-19 RMAC/14th)

Home: 6-8 ● Away: 2-8 ● Neutral: 1-1 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (477-352)

Home: 5-9 ● Away: 2-7 ● Neutral: 0-4 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (498-386)

Home: 6-9 ● Away: 0-11 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (512-425)

11/15 Johnson & Wales W 11/20 Angelo State W 11/25 Seattle University L 12/1 vs. Nebraska-Omaha# L 12/2 vs. Minnesota-Duluth# W 12/5 Colorado College W 12/8 at Adams State* W 12/9 at CSU-Pueblo* L 12/14 Western State* L 12/19 Johnson & Wales W 1/4 at N.M. Highlands* L 1/6 at Western N.M.* L 1/12 Mesa State* L (OT) 1/13 Fort Lewis* L 1/18 at Nebraska-Kearney* L 1/20 at Chadron State* L 1/26 #10 Metro State* L 1/27 Colorado Christian* L 1/30 at UC-Colorado Springs* W 2/3 at Colorado Mines* L 2/9 at Colorado Christian* L 2/10 at #4 Metro State* L 2/13 UC-Colorado Springs* W 2/16 Colorado Mines* L 2/23 Chadron State* W 2/24 Nebraska-Kearney* L * - RMAC Game # - Chuck Stephens Classic (Pueblo, Colo.)

84-76 72-66 51-54 67-69 67-61 83-66 60-59 64-75 67-72 74-53 64-67 37-62 55-63 71-79 56-73 67-77 70-90 48-61 71-65 49-71 37-59 61-86 78-75 55-81 81-72 72-85

2007-08 • 14-14 (9-10 RMAC/8th) Home: 10-4 ● Away: 3-8 ● Neutral: 1-2 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (491-366) 11/23 vs. Hawaii-Hilo# 11/24 Eastern New Mexico# 11/27 Colorado College 11/30 vs. #6 South Dakota$ 12/1 vs. Saint Martin’s$ 12/4 Johnson & Wales 12/7 CSU-Pueblo* 12/8 Adams State* 12/16 at Western State* 12/19 Coe College 1/4 Western N.M.* 1/5 N.M. Highlands* 1/8 at Johnson & Wales 1/11 at Fort Lewis* 1/12 at Mesa State* 1/18 Chadron State* 1/19 Nebraska-Kearney* 1/25 at Colorado Christian* 1/26 at Metro State* 1/29 UC-Colorado Springs* 2/1 Colorado Mines* 2/8 Metro State* 2/9 Colorado Christian* 2/12 at UC-Colorado Springs* 2/16 at Colorado Mines* 2/21 at Nebraska-Kearney* 2/23 at Chadron State* 2/29 at #24 Fort Lewis% * - RMAC Game # - Regis/Mines Classic $ - Chuck Stephens Classic % - RMAC Shootout 1st Round

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65-58 96-71 84-56 52-78 67-71 101-86 67-63 81-65 55-61 67-79 84-81 78-54 76-70 62-74 57-68 88-65 71-67 68-78 75-59 79-63 65-69 55-73 60-69 86-90 54-76 67-73 76-65 64-86

11/19 Caldwell College L 11/25 Colorado College W 11/28 vs. Newman (Kan.)# L 11/29 vs. Northwest Nazarene# L 12/5 vs. Seattle Pacific$ L 12/6 vs. Johnson & Wales$ L 12/12 at Fort Lewis* W 12/13 at Adams State* W 12/19 Western State* L 12/20 Mesa State* L 1/3 Kansas Wesleyan W 1/4 Peru State W 1/10 at Western N.M.* L 1/16 N.M. Highlands* L 1/17 CSU-Pueblo* L 1/20 at Metro State* L 1/24 UC-Colorado Springs* W 1/30 at Colorado Mines* L 1/31 at Colorado Christian* L 2/6 Nebraska-Kearney* L 2/7 Chadron State* L 2/13 Colorado Christian* L 2/14 Colorado Mines* W 2/20 at Chadron State* L 2/21 at Nebraska-Kearney* L 2/24 Metro State* L 2/27 at UC-Colorado Springs* L * - RMAC Game # - Mines Thanksgiving Classic (Golden, Colo.) $ - Chuck Stephens Classic (Pueblo, Colo.)

59-63 80-55 66-70 73-83 56-61 63-65 68-67 73-72 72-75 69-78 87-82 99-53 78-82 73-86 57-72 72-86 98-81 51-67 63-80 63-66 73-79 67-77 68-66 53-68 61-73 61-70 91-92

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71-46 64-77 71-57 55-70 52-70 86-76 59-63 43-58 56-64 53-63 64-73 53-62 81-80 67-66 54-70 53-86 56-76 61-69 68-51 45-96 45-58 69-77 57-66 68-79 68-70 65-75

2011-12 • 5-21 (2-20 RMAC/13th)

2009-10 • 8-19 (3-16 RMAC/13th) Home: 5-8 ● Away: 2-10 ● Neutral: 1-1 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (506-405) 11/27 NW Oklahoma State# W 11/28 Kansas Wesleyan# W 12/04 Adams State* L 12/05 Fort Lewis* L 12/12 at Mesa State* L 12/13 at Western State* W 12/15 Colorado College W 12/18 vs. Upper Iowa$ L (OT) 12/19 at Concordia-St. Paul W 01/03 vs. Northern N.M.@ W 01/04 CSU-Pueblo L 01/07 Western New Mexico* L 01/11 at Johnson & Wales L 01/15 at CSU-Pueblo* L 01/16 at N.M. Highlands* L 01/19 Metro State* L 01/22 at UC-Colo. Springs* L (OT) 01/29 Colorado Christian* W 01/30 Colorado Mines* L 02/04 at Chadron State* L 02/06 at Nebraska-Kearney* L 02/12 at Colorado Mines* L 02/13 at Colorado Christian* L 02/19 Nebraska-Kearney* W 02/20 Chadron State* L 02/23 at Metro State* L 02/27 UC-Colorado Springs* L # - Regis/Mines Thanksgiving Classic * - RMAC Games $ - Played at Concordia-St. Paul (St. Paul, Minn.) @ - Chuck Stevens Classic (Pueblo, Colo.)

11/24 Maryville (Mo.) 11/26 St. Martin’s 11/30 Colorado College 12/03 at Western N.M* 12/04 at N.M. Highlands* 12/10 Chadron State* 12/11 Nebraska-Kearney* 12/18 at Metro State* 01/02 at Western State* 01/03 at Mesa State* 01/07 Colorado Christian* 01/08 Colorado Mines* 01/12 Johnson & Wales 01/14 UC-Colo. Springs* 01/15 CSU-Pueblo* 01/21 at Adams State* 01/22 at Fort Lewis* 01/28 Mesa State* 01/29 Western State* 02/04 at Colorado Mines* 02/05 at Colorado Christian* 02/11 at Nebraska-Kearney* 02/12 at Chadron State* 02/18 N. Mexico Highlands* 02/19 Western New Mexico* 02/26 Metro State* * - RMAC Game

74-63 89-76 64-76 67-78 61-74 72-57 61-52 68-71 73-59 77-45 74-83 73-83 60-77 49-58 68-86 75-94 79-82 80-71 73-84 57-71 59-66 77-78 48-80 84-63 75-86 71-85 70-73

Home: 5-10 ● Away: 0-11 Head Coach: Lonnie Porter (517-446) 11/12 Langston 11/22 Sterling 11/25 Northern New Mexico 11/26 Sioux Falls 12/02 Western N.M.* 12/03 N.M. Highlands* 12/09 at Chadron State* 12/11 at Nebraska-Kearney* 12/17 Metro State* 12/30 Western State* 12/31 Colorado Mesa* 01/06 at Colorado Christian* 01/07 at Colorado Mines* 01/13 at UC-Colorado Springs* 01/14 at CSU-Pueblo* 01/20 Adams State* 01/21 Fort Lewis* 01/27 at Colorado Mesa* 01/28 at Western State* 02/04 Colorado Mines* 02/06 Colorado Christian* 02/10 Nebraska-Kearney* 02/11 Chadron State* 02/17 at N.M. Highlands* 02/18 at Western N.M.* 02/25 at Metro State* * - RMAC Game

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76-65 81-84 65-52 77-69 56-80 75-84 58-72 60-72 71-78 52-62 60-58 64-69 56-80 60-82 64-77 56-82 65-83 36-71 50-70 66-75 78-58 71-75 62-70 68-86 58-74 55-81


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75-58

All-Time Home Away Neutral RMAC

Adams State 19-12 11-3 8-6 0-1 19-11

12/10/76 L 74-77 02/26/76 L 73-81 02/17/78 W 68-55 03/01/78 W 65-57 01/19/79 W 70-62 02/15/79 W 66-61 01/18/80 L 63-85 02/15/80 L 61-72 12/12/80 W 68-66 01/30/81 W 65-63 12/12/81 W 68-66 01/29/82 W 78-58 01/14/83 W 84-82 (OT) 02/18/83 L 61-69 12/02/88 L 66-76 12/07/96 W 52-49 12/06/97 W 94-77 01/23/99 W 75-74 01/29/00 L 53-73 12/09/00 W 76-64 12/07/01 W 76-72 01/04/03 L 63-70 12/31/03 W 74-58 12/10/04 W 74-49 12/10/05 L 59-64 12/08/06 W 60-59 12/08/07 W 81-65 12/13/08 W 73-72 12/04/09 L 64-76 01/21/11 L 53-86 01/20/12 L 56-82 * - RMAC Game # - Mile High Classic (McNichols Arena)

H

All-Time Home

Alaska-Fairbanks 1-0 1-0

02/10/88

W

All-Time Home

* * H* A* H* A* A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A* N# A* H* H* A* A* H* A* H* H* A* A* H* A* H* A* H*

3-16 3-15

12/14/76 12/07/77 12/12/78 02/07/84 02/08/85 12/10/85 11/29/86 02/13/88 12/20/88 12/12/89 11/26/90 11/27/91 12/05/92 12/13/93 12/01/94 12/05/95 11/23/96 11/25/97 11/18/98

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

64-79 48-65 19-30 54-53 52-71 44-69 47-62 73-83 49-107 64-88 66-71 67-74 64-75 61-89 70-79 76-65 67-48 65-72 68-85

L W

W

All-Time H Neutral

Augustana (S.D.) 1-1 1-0 0-1

72-66

12/17/83 W 65-39 12/01/00 L 84-87 # - Southwest Minnesota State Tournament

All-Time Home

0-2 0-2

H

11/22/99 11/21/03

L L

All-Time Home

Caldwell (N.J.) 0-1 0-1

H N#

11/19/08

L

All-Time Home Neutral

California Baptist 1-1 1-0 0-1

Aurora (Ill.) All-Time Home

1-0 1-0

12/21/87

W

76-64

All-Time Home

2-0 2-0

12/15/90 12/29/02

W W

All-Time Neutral

Belhaven (Miss.) 1-0 1-0

85-72 112-74

12/21/84 W # - Washburn Tournament

73-58

All-Time Home

Bellevue (Neb.) 1-0 1-0

02/06/88

W

94-68

H H

N#

All-Time Home Away 12/15/89 01/07/91 12/14/94 12/16/95 All-Time Home

W

All-Time Home

Benedictine (Ill.) 1-0 1-0

11/28/94

W

All-Time Home Away

Bethany (Kan.) 4-1 4-0 0-1 W L W W W

70-54

73-52

77-51 77-83 80-53 98-63 95-49

All-Time Home

1-0 1-0

01/05/84

W

84-61

H H

59-63

H

H N#

California State, Los Angeles 1-3 1-2 0-1 L L L W

46-59 59-72 49-64 73-67

H A H H

California State, Monterey Bay 1-0 1-0 W

74-56

H

H All-Time Home Away

Bemidji State (Minn.) 1-0 1-0

12/01/04

55-86 57-63

11/25/95 W 72-69 12/19/03 L 66-71 # - Regis/Metro Tournament (Metro State)

Avila (Mo.)

11/26/83 01/07/85 11/22/94 12/19/97 12/20/03

A H

H

11/26/04

A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A

67-70 68-65 (OT) BYU-Hawaii

H

H

H A H H H

Bethel (Ind.)

REGISRANGERS.COM

02/03/86 01/31/87

1-0 1-0

11/20/06

All-Time Home

Black Hills State (S.D.) 1-1 1-0 0-1

H

Angelo State

Air Force All-Time Away

85-79

All-Time Home Away

01/05/91 12/11/91 All-Time Home Away

California State Poly, Pomona 1-1 1-0 0-1 L W

59-76 95-80

A H

California State, San Bernardino 2-0 1-0 1-0

11/30/85 01/09/91

W W

100-63 65-63

All-Time Home

Calvin (Mich.) 1-0 1-0

12/30/05

W

All-Time Home

Cameron (Okla.) 0-2 0-2

12/01/89 12/04/91

L L

H A

64-57

H

73-78 (OT) 57-87

H

64

H H


WIN GRADUATE All-Time Home

Central (Iowa) 1-0 1-0

11/22/95

W

All-Time Home Away RMAC

61-48

Cincinnati

H

Chadron State (Neb.) 34-26 24-6 10-20 13-19

12/04/78 11/26/79 01/14/84 02/13/84 01/12/85 01/25/85 11/26/85 02/01/86 11/26/86 01/11/87 01/30/88 02/23/88 01/15/89 02/24/89 01/19/90 02/12/90 12/10/90 12/17/90 01/20/92 02/19/92 12/12/92 01/06/93 11/20/93 01/31/94 12/19/94 01/09/95 12/02/95 01/03/96 01/16/97 02/14/97 01/16/98 02/13/98 12/03/98 02/03/99 12/11/99 02/11/00 01/26/01 02/15/01 01/26/02 02/16/02 02/01/03 02/15/03 01/31/04 02/12/04 02/05/05 02/17/05 02/02/06 02/18/06 01/20/07 02/23/07 01/18/08 02/23/08 02/07/09 02/20/09 02/04/10 02/20/10 12/10/10 02/12/11 12/09/11 02/11/12

65

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

76-65 70-68 69-60 71-87 65-38 48-47 70-58 69-74 82-65 57-39 87-71 74-72 73-82 91-80 88-77 94-98 (OT) 85-70 72-82 100-73 86-99 106-92 77-74 89-83 (OT) 60-81 89-77 87-72 73-71 (OT) 82-70 69-75 105-90 82-65 68-74 82-73 70-71 53-80 87-96 55-67 59-66 71-78 73-68 65-60 55-58 83-68 86-52 74-61 68-61 59-62 62-66 67-77 81-72 88-65 76-65 73-79 53-68 57-71 75-86 86-76 57-66 58-72 62-70

LEAD

All-Time Away

0-1 0-1

12/01/86

L

All-Time Home

0-1 0-1

12/19/07

L

53-84

A

Coe (Iowa)

H A H A H A H A H A A H A H H A H A H A H A H A A H A H A* H* H* A* H* A* A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A* A* H* A* H* H* A* H* A* A* H* H* A* A* H*

All-Time Home Away

67-79

H

College of Santa Fe (N.M.) 5-5 3-2 1-3

01/18/77 01/09/78 02/27/80 11/28/80 12/02/82 02/28/84 02/01/85 02/17/85 12/16/85 02/15/86

W W W W W L L L L L

84-74 66-60 70-64 67-63 74-69 62-85 53-54 63-71 61-65 63-77

All-Time Away

0-3 0-3

11/28/83 11/28/84 11/19/01

L L L

All-Time Home Away

Colorado Baptist 2-2 1-1 1-1

11/23/87 02/01/88 01/10/89 02/09/89

W W L L

A H H H A H A H A

Colorado

All-Time Home Away Neutral 11/23/79 11/24/79 02/10/81 12/05/81 02/08/82 12/06/82 01/12/83 11/22/83 01/31/84 02/11/89 01/22/90 02/19/90 02/02/91 02/23/91 02/27/91 01/18/92 02/15/92 03/03/92 01/28/93 02/24/93 01/29/94 02/26/94

42-58 51-55 56-77

82-43 73-59 69-70 67-96

A A A

A H H A

Colorado Christian (Rockmont) 41-19 21-6 18-13 2-0 W W W W W W W W W W L W L W W W W W W L W L

100-54 89-37 84-49 87-29 94-49 79-75 86-71 80-60 67-59 91-77 68-76 73-66 65-72 95-72 85-79 84-80 101-95 (OT) 91-79 74-66 71-73 74-72 (OT) 62-67

H A A A A A A H A H A H A! H! A$ H! A! H$ H! A! H! A!

01/21/95 W 87-70 02/11/95 W 80-65 03/03/95 W 83-61 01/27/96 W 80-57 02/17/96 W 87-59 01/14/97 W 64-52 02/12/97 W 67-53 01/13/98 W 92-74 02/11/98 W 84-76 12/05/98 W 80-72 (2 OT) 02/06/99 W 100-80 12/07/99 W 74-61 02/08/00 W 69-54 11/25/00 W 73-60 01/30/01 W 67-50 02/20/01 W 74-53 01/29/02 W 80-65 02/19/02 W 75-68 01/25/03 L 67-82 02/27/03 W 81-68 01/22/04 L 70-82 02/28/04 L 95-96 01/22/05 L 63-68 02/25/05 L 72-85 01/20/06 W 79-76 02/25/06 W 56-51 01/27/07 L 48-61 02/09/07 L 37-59 01/25/08 L 68-78 02/09/08 L 60-69 01/31/09 L 63-80 02/13/09 L 67-77 01/29/10 W 80-71 02/13/10 L 48-80 01/07/11 L 64-73 02/05/11 L 45-58 01/06/12 L 64-69 02/06/12 W 78-58 ! - CAC Game $ - CAC Tournament @ - CAC Semifinals (Pueblo, Colo.) * - RMAC Game # - Metro State Tournament All-Time Home Away

Colorado College 27-4 19-0 8-4

01/17/78 02/21/78 12/17/80 01/23/82 12/15/82 01/21/84 02/05/85 02/26/86 01/23/87 02/20/88 02/18/89 12/18/89 01/16/91 01/23/92 01/25/93 01/29/96 11/26/96 12/30/97 01/20/98 11/24/98 01/26/98 01/10/00 02/13/00 01/15/03 11/26/03

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

82-56 100-54 52-44 61-50 57-51 82-60 87-67 84-78 70-78 93-74 63-60 86-83 72-66 88-60 61-62 (OT) 82-60 62-74 76-62 87-52 101-81 68-53 69-57 61-69 83-62 67-62

A! H! N@ H! A! H* A* A* H* A* H* H* A* N# H* A* A* H* A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A* H* A* A* H* A* H* H* A* H* A* A* H*

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


2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball 11/30/04 12/05/06 11/27/07 11/25/08 12/15/09 11/30/10

W W W W W W

59-54 83-66 84-56 80-55 61-52 71-57

All-Time Home Away Neutral RMAC

Colorado Mesa 11-24 8-8 3-13 0-1 10-22

01/07/77 L 70-90 02/07/77 L 66-73 01/20/78 W 65-54 02/24/78 L 49-73 01/27/79 L 60-62 02/24/79 W 74-71 01/03/80 W 58-57 (OT) 02/09/80 W 84-56 01/05/81 W 52-47 02/07/81 W 60-56 01/04/82 L 68-69 02/06/82 W 81-57 01/03/83 L 65-69 02/12/83 W 83-68 12/02/87 W 78-62 12/08/87 L 81-95 12/13/96 L 62-63 12/12/97 W 78-65 01/29/99 L 55-62 02/03/00 L 51-66 01/12/01 L 64-73 01/10/02 L 70-87 11/22/02 L 69-81 01/18/03 L 47-60 01/17/04 L 74-79 01/14/05 L 52-75 01/14/06 L 60-74 01/12/07 L 55-63 (OT) 01/12/08 L 57-68 12/20/08 L 69-78 12/12/09 L 61-74 01/03/11 L 53-63 01/28/11 L 61-69 12/31/11 W 60-58 01/27/12 L 36-71 * - RMAC Game # - Colorado Mines Tournament All-Time Home Away RMAC 01/14/77 02/18/77 01/23/78 02/13/78 02/03/79 02/26/79 02/02/80 02/19/80 01/23/81 02/24/81 01/22/82 02/23/82 12/04/82 01/22/83 12/08/83 01/21/85

H H H H H H

* * H* A* A* H* A* H* A* H* A* H* A* H* H A H* A* A* H* H* A* N# A* H* A* H* H* A* H* A* A* H* H* A*

Colorado Mines 31-31 20-11 11-18 19-27 L L W W W W L L W L W L L L W W

65-68 68-70 91-70 79-67 64-56 72-67 53-56 47-48 (OT) 55-52 66-85 66-54 57-67 66-81 61-66 66-44 71-70 (3 OT)

REGISRANGERS.COM

* * H* A* A* H* A* H* H* A* H* A* A* H* H H

02/12/86 01/21/87 02/17/88 11/29/88 11/29/89 01/30/90 12/04/90 01/19/91 12/17/91 02/04/92 12/10/92 12/21/92 11/30/93 12/06/94 01/25/97 02/08/97 01/24/98 02/07/98 12/12/98 02/13/99 01/08/00 02/19/00 01/27/01 02/17/01 01/24/02 02/15/02 01/23/03 03/01/03 01/24/04 02/26/04 01/21/05 02/26/05 01/21/06 02/24/06 02/03/07 02/16/07 02/01/08 02/16/08 01/30/09 02/14/09 01/30/10 02/12/10 01/08/11 02/04/11 01/07/12 02/04/12

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

70-68 56-64 65-66 67-68 70-61 73-79 69-65 92-78 100-74 106-102 94-77 98-83 69-57 75-70 62-50 69-61 52-46 72-65 77-68 86-67 76-79 56-75 62-75 65-74 69-65 64-58 70-77 67-82 81-43 87-71 52-66 63-60 77-58 63-70 49-71 55-81 65-69 54-76 51-67 68-66 73-84 77-78 53-62 45-96 56-80 66-75

All-Time Away

Colorado State 0-1 0-1

11/20/04

L

49-78

H A H A H A A H H A A H H A H* A* A* H* A* H* A* H* H* A* A* H* A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A* H* A* A* H*

A

Colorado St. Univeristy-Pueblo (Univ. Southern Colo. & Southern Colo. St.) All-Time 22-27 Home 13-11 Away 8-14 Neutral 0-1 01/24/77 02/21/77 12/05/77 02/04/78 01/22/79 02/02/79 12/12/79 01/26/80 03/01/80 01/17/81 02/20/81 01/16/82 02/19/82 12/11/82

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

79-56 62-73 75-66 60-65 57-67 68-64 54-52 (OT) 63-60 80-72 50-49 44-54 52-53 66-49 59-65

* * H* A* H* A* H* A* H# H* A* H* A* H*

01/27/83 L 43-49 11/26/88 W 83-62 01/30/89 L 66-84 01/24/91 L 62-88 02/14/91 L 72-84 01/30/92 L 84-89 02/27/92 W 73-71 01/16/93 L 69-79 02/13/93 W 87-81 01/13/94 W 72-70 02/10/94 L 52-68 03/04/94 L 75-89 01/26/95 W 75-66 02/09/95 W 68-53 03/06/95 W 71-58 01/18/96 L 78-85 02/08/96 W 74-71 01/10/97 W 64-57 01/09/98 W 69-60 02/24/98 L 74-99 01/16/99 L 63-76 01/22/00 L 67-74 12/18/00 L 76-81 (OT) 12/17/01 W 79-71 12/14/02 L 51-75 12/15/03 L 70-85 01/06/05 W 73-68 01/07/06 W 53-47 12/09/06 L 64-75 12/07/07 W 67-63 01/17/09 L 57-72 01/04/10 L 74-83 01/15/10 L 49-58 01/15/11 L 54-70 01/14/12 L 64-77 * - RMAC Game # - NAIA District VII Playoffs ! - CAC Game $ - CAC Tournament Finals @ - RMAC 1st Round All-Time Home

Concordia (Ill.) 1-0 1-0

01/02/93

W

All-Time Home

Concordia (Neb.) 4-0 4-0

12/08/80 12/07/84 01/02/86 11/23/92

W W W W

All-Time Home

Concordia (Wis.) 1-0 1-0

01/04/94

W

All-Time Away Neutral

Concordia-St. Paul 1-1 1-0 0-1

93-80

A* H A A! H! A! H! A! H! H! A! N$ H! A! A$ A! H! H* A* H@ A* H* H* A* H* A* H* A* A* H* H* H A* H* A*

H

96-76 58-44 81-72 92-81

H H H H

87-70

H

12/02/05 L 57-63 12/19/09 W 73-59 # - Chuck Stephens Classic (Pueblo, Colo.)

66

N# A


WIN GRADUATE All-Time Home

Cornell College (Iowa) 1-0 1-0

12/28/83

W

65-53

All-Time Away

Creighton (Neb.) 0-1 0-1

12/14/84

L

51-71

3-0 2-0 1-0

12/20/83 12/15/84 12/02/85

W W W

69-51 62-56 73-54

H A H

12-23 9-6 3-16 0-1 4-8

12/06/78 L 66-82 12/20/78 L 62-78 02/04/80 W 63-54 01/24/81 L 51-69 02/28/81 L 70-92 01/19/82 L 57-59 01/19/83 L 62-70 (OT) 01/18/84 L 69-81 01/16/85 L 49-57 02/22/86 W 74-64 01/15/87 L 55-63 02/21/87 W 65-63 01/18/88 W 60-58 02/26/88 L 66-90 02/13/89 L 47-55 02/28/89 L 77-82 12/29/89 L 58-80 01/13/90 W 82-67 02/16/90 W 73-52 01/26/91 L 69-72 02/16/91 L 82-96 01/16/92 L 74-82 02/13/92 L 65-73 03/06/92 L 90-91 (2OT) 01/21/93 L 78-84 02/18/93 W 93-89 02/05/94 W 75-69 02/15/94 L 59-64 01/19/95 L 67-76 02/04/95 W 65-64 02/03/96 L 74-83 02/24/96 W 77-62 03/02/96 L 67-84 01/18/97 W 67-62 01/17/98 W 81-79 (2 OT) # - NAIA District VII Playoffs $ - Mile High Classic (McNichols Arena) ! - CAC Game % - CAC Finals All-Time Home

A H H A A# H A H A H A H H A A A N$ A H H! A! A! H! A$ A! H! H! A! A! H! H! A! A% A H

Dickinson State (N.D.) 1-0 1-0

12/29/04

67

W

87-76

12/28/79 12/29/79 11/27/81 12/30/02

L L W W

All-Time Away Neutral

Dominican (Calif.) 2-0 1-0 1-0

A

Denver All-Time Home Away Neutral CAC

Doane (Neb.) 2-2 2-0 0-2

All-Time Home Away RMAC

H

Dana (Neb.) All-Time Home Away

All-Time Home Away

LEAD

H

45-48 63-68 78-64 79-59

12/23/86 W 01/03/92 W # - Hawaii Loa Tournament

60-39 94-47

A A H H

N# A

Dordt (Iowa All-Time Home

0-1 0-1

01/02/87

L

All-Time Home

East Central (Okla.) 1-0 1-0

11/29/91

W

All-Time Home

East Texas State 1-0 1-0

12/04/87

W

All-Time Home

Eastern Montana 1-0 1-0

01/11/84

W

All-Time Home Neutral

67-84

80-62

85-64

63-62

H

H

H

H

Eastern New Mexico 2-1 1-0 1-0

01/17/77 L 11/24/00 W 11/24/07 W # - Metro State Tournament

64-78 79-69 96-71

All-Time Away

Eckerd (Fla.) 0-1 0-1

12/14/92

L

All-Time Home

Elmhurst (Ill.) 1-0 1-0

12/18/93

W

All-Time Home

Evangel (Mo.) 1-0 1-0

11/27/95

W

66-76

97-81

76-62

N# H

A

H

H

Fort Hays State (Kan.) 3-19 2-8 1-11 3-17

03/09/96 L 02/01/97 L 02/22/97 L 02/25/97 L 01/31/98 W 02/21/98 L 12/21/98 L 02/20/99 W 12/20/99 L 02/26/00 L 01/19/01 L 02/09/01 L 01/19/02 L 02/09/02 L 02/08/03 L 02/20/03 L 02/05/04 W 02/21/04 L 02/04/05 L 02/19/05 L 02/04/06 L 02/17/06 L # - NCAA 2nd Round * - RMAC Game $ - RMAC 1st Round

69-97 46-74 56-76 43-73 83-71 59-75 67-77 69-58 65-72 63-74 59-61 66-77 53-61 49-70 65-85 60-67 70-59 65-75 79-85 (OT) 53-69 48-69 64-69

All-Time Home Away Neutral CAC RMAC

Fort Lewis (Colo.) 19-25 13-7 3-18 1-0 4-2 11-19

12/09/76 02/25/77 02/06/78 02/18/78 01/20/79 02/17/79 01/19/80 02/16/80 12/13/80 01/31/81 12/11/81 01/30/82 01/15/83 02/19/83 12/09/87 12/13/87 12/03/88 12/10/88 12/04/89 01/05/90 01/25/92 02/22/92 01/14/93 02/09/93 01/20/94 02/19/94 12/06/96 12/05/97 01/09/99 01/15/00 01/04/01 01/04/02 02/26/02 01/02/03

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

83-74 95-82 62-65 86-70 72-68 65-68 72-78 62-60 60-65 53-58 72-84 51-44 63-75 37-39 59-67 77-74 83-80 65-61 69-72 95-80 96-99 (OT) 107-94 94-86 81-67 69-57 75-81 70-84 82-76 78-64 58-62 66-64 (OT) 79-71 71-72 61-71

A# A* H* A$ H* A* H* A* A* H* A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A* H* A* A* H*

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2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball 01/03/04 L 51-61 12/11/04 L 61-77 12/09/05 L 65-68 01/13/07 L 71-79 01/11/08 L 62-74 02/29/08 L (24) 64-86 12/12/08 W 68-67 12/05/09 L 67-78 01/22/11 L 56-76 01/21/12 L 65-83 # - Mile High Classic (McNichols Arena) * - RMAC Game ! - CAC Game $ - RMAC 1st Round All-Time Home Neutral

Fresno Pacific (Calif.) 2-0 1-0 1-0

01/04/85 W 12/24/86 W # - Hawaii Loa Tournament All-Time Home 12/08/88

55-36 60-49

L

80-84

Graceland (Iowa) 1-0 1-0

12/01/79

W

83-76

All-Time Home

Grandview (Iowa) 1-0 1-0

11/27/02

W

All-Time Home

H N#

73-62

W

93-53

All-Time Home Away

Hastings (Neb.) 1-1 0-1 1-0

11/27/78 12/11/86

W L

58-57 73-88

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All-Time Home

Holy Names (Calif.) 1-0 1-0

11/16/96

W

12/13/91 12/14/91

All-Time Neutral

66-73 67-68 76-67 (OT)

81-64

Kendall (Ill.)

A A H

H

Howard Payne (Texas) 2-0 2-0 W W

87-54 86-53

H H

Jacksonville State (Fla.) 0-1 0-1 L

79-100

All-Time Home

1-0 1-0

11/29/03

W

All-Time Home

Langston (Okla.) 7-1 7-1

11/17/90 11/21/92 11/18/95 11/28/98 11/17/00 11/16/01 11/23/03 11/12/11

L W W W W W W W

All-Time Neutral

La Verne (Calif.) 1-0 1-0

12/17/82 W # LA Baptist Classic H

Jamestown (S.D.) 0-1 0-1

11/23/85 L 60-64 # - South Dakota Tech Tournament

N#

All-Time Home Away Neutral A# A# A

H

Johnson and Wales (Colo.) 8-2 6-0 2-1 0-1

11/17/04 W 105-82 11/23/04 W 76-67 11/28/05 W 77-55 11/15/06 W 84-76 12/19/06 W 74-53 12/04/07 W 101-86 01/08/08 W 76-70 12/06/08 L 63-65 01/11/10 L 60-77 01/12/11 W 81-80 # - Chuck Stephens Classic (Pueblo, Colo.)

A H H H H H A N# A H

Judson (Ill.) All-Time Home

2-0 2-0

01/05/87 12/28/05

W W

All-Time Home Away

Kansas Wesleyan 4-0 3-0 1-0

01/08/85 02/24/86 01/03/09 11/28/09

W W W W

H

A H

N#

68-58 104-56

62-54 77-52 87-82 89-76

H H

A H H H

65-64 (OT)

83-85 (2 OT) 120-84 68-53 92-65 78-47 94-87 98-86 76-65

64-55

All-Time Home

Lincoln University 1-2 1-2

11/19/84 11/20/84 12/11/93

L L W

All-Time Home

Loras (Iowa) 1-0 1-0

11/24/89

W

All-Time Home

Maryville (Mo.) 1-0 1-0

11/24/10

W

All-Time Home

McPherson (Kan.) 1-0 1-0

11/20/87

W

All-Time Home Away Neutral CAC RMAC

Metro State 18-43 8-20 9-22 1-1 8-4 4-28

12/02/77 02/02/78 01/23/85 02/20/85 01/22/86 02/19/86 01/26/87 02/18/87 01/21/88 02/08/88 01/16/89 02/26/89 12/28/89 02/09/90

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

H

1-0 1-0

11/23/07 W 65-58 # - Regis/CSM Invite (Golden, Colo.)

L L W

H

Hawaii Hilo All-Time Neutral

12/30/83 12/31/83 11/19/99

11/22/93

Green Mountain (Vermont) 1-0 1-0

11/20/90

Hawaii Pacific 1-2 1-0 0-2

All-Time Home

Grand Canyon (Ariz.) 0-3 0-3

03/04/80 L 45-49 03/03/90 L 72-74 (OT) 11/21/98 L 68-71 # - NAIA District VII Playoffs

All-Time Home Away

All-Time Home

Georgia College 0-1 0-1

All-Time Home

All-Time Away

H* H* A* H* A* A$ A* H* A* H*

H

H H H H H H H H

N#

67-84 71-72 (2 OT) 79-73

57-54

H H H

H

71-46

H

79-57

H

108-45 83-33 39-64 66-65 50-49 (OT) 55-63 41-44 65-69 57-59 52-65 60-74 57-75 53-84 60-74

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WIN GRADUATE 01/21/91 W 83-67 02/07/91 L 76-92 03/01/91 L 71-92 01/11/92 W 77-69 02/08/92 L 69-86 03/05/92 W 67-60 01/30/93 L 79-80 (OT) 02/27/93 L 83-92 01/27/94 W 78-75 02/24/94 W 78-73 01/28/95 W 74-63 02/18/95 W 71-52 01/20/96 W 73-70 02/10/96 W 77-75 (OT) 03/01/96 W 84-80 01/24/97 L 71-87 02/07/97 L 74-76 01/23/98 L 65-88 02/06/98 W 93-74 12/11/98 L 54-80 02/11/99 W 90-76 01/06/00 L 54-75 02/18/00 L 47-96 02/02/01 W 79-77 (OT) 02/24/01 L 68-80 02/02/02 L 62-74 02/22/02 L 49-77 01/29/03 L 40-65 02/13/03 L 65-100 01/29/04 L 49-104 02/14/04 L 64-84 01/25/05 L 66-67 02/08/05 L 71-83 01/24/06 L 63-82 02/07/06 L 69-84 01/26/07 L (10) 70-90 02/10/07 L (4) 61-86 01/26/08 W 75-59 02/08/08 L 55-73 01/20/09 L 72-86 02/24/09 L 61-70 01/19/10 L 75-94 02/23/10 L 71-85 12/18/10 L 43-58 02/26/11 L 65-75 12/17/11 L 71-78 02/25/12 L 55-81 * - RMAC Game # - Mile High Classic (McNichols Arena) ! - CAC Game $ - CAC Tournament % - CAC Semifinals (Denver University) All-Time Home

Michigan-Dearborn 1-0 1-0

01/07/95

W

All-Time Neutral

Minnesota-Duluth 1-0 1-0

81-49

12/02/06 W 67-61 # - Chuck Stephens Classic (Pueblo, Colo.) All-Time Neutral

H

N#

Missouri-Rolla 0-1 0-1

11/23/01 L # - Rockhurst Tournament

69

A! H! A$ H! A! A$ A! H! A! H! H! A! A! H! N% H* A* A* H* A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A* H* A* A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A* A* H* A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A*

65-68

N#

All-Time Away

Montana State 1-0 1-0

12/01/83

W

50-49

LEAD 12/11/11 L 60-72 02/10/12 L 71-75 # - NCAA 1st Round (Hays, Kan.) * RMAC Game A All-Time Neutral

Montana St.-Northern (Northern Montana) All-Time 3-0 Home 3-0 12/02/80 12/14/87 12/29/00 All-Time Neutral

W W W

63-62 82-57 86-51

All-Time Home 02/23/95 01/05/97 All-Time Home

H H H

Morningside (Iowa) 0-1 0-1

03/11/95 L 70-93 # - NCAA 2nd Round (Hays, Kan.)

87-59 79-63

National College of Business 1-0 1-0

02/17/84

W

85-37

All-Time Home Away Neutral RMAC

Nebraska-Kearney 5-30 3-14 1-16 1-0 4-28

01/10/90 02/05/90 03/08/96 01/31/97 02/21/97 01/30/98 02/20/98 12/19/98 02/19/99 12/19/99 02/24/00 01/20/01 02/10/01 01/18/02 02/08/02 02/06/03 02/22/03 02/07/04 02/19/04 01/28/05 02/12/05 01/28/06 02/10/06 01/18/07 02/24/07 01/19/08 02/21/08 02/06/09 02/21/09 02/06/10 02/19/10 12/11/10 02/11/11

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

57-78 78-95 73-70 70-71 82-91 78-88 82-79 97-91 83-86 57-62 77-79 61-89 89-95 75-90 66-75 62-74 59-72 79-87 70-75 68-80 99-103 (OT) 68-85 67-87 56-73 72-85 71-67 67-73 63-66 61-73 59-66 84-63 59-63 69-77

All-Time Away

Nevada-Reno 0-1 0-1

01/03/84

L

All-Time Home Away RMAC H H

H

H A N# A* H* H* A* H* A* A* H* A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A* A* H* H* A* H* A* A* H* H* A*

Nebraska-Omaha 0-1 0-1

12/1/06 L 67-69 # - Chuck Stephens Classic (Pueblo, Colo.)

N#

Mount Senario (Wis.) 2-0 2-0 W W

A* H*

01/29/77 02/11/77 01/07/78 02/10/78 12/08/78 01/11/79 12/07/79 01/10/80 01/08/81 02/13/81 01/07/82 02/12/82 02/05/83 02/28/83 12/12/83 02/27/84 12/18/84 02/23/85 12/14/85 02/16/86 12/05/86 02/15/87 12/18/87 01/13/88 12/14/88 01/24/89 01/07/90 01/25/90 12/12/90 12/08/95 02/05/96 01/03/97 01/04/98 01/21/99 01/28/00 01/06/01 01/05/02 12/16/02 12/13/03 12/18/04 12/17/05 01/04/07 01/05/08 01/16/09 01/16/10 12/04/10 02/18/11 12/03/11 02/17/12

70-72

N#

A

New Mexico Highlands 29-20 21-4 7-15 19-13 L W W W W W W W W W W W W L W L W L W L W W W L L L L W W W W W W W L L W W L L W L W L L L L L L

92-98 100-90 90-71 84-59 103-79 83-64 83-64 85-67 84-66 77-70 95-93 74-55 93-82 (OT) 55-76 88-56 76-79 86-63 53-57 67-64 60-64 78-59 89-83 (OT) 76-73 61-63 77-82 68-70 71-83 92-83 83-74 70-58 69-62 72-47 79-63 73-68 71-74 (OT) 55-65 84-72 65-61 69-70 72-76 81-63 64-67 78-54 73-86 68-86 52-70 68-79 75-84 68-86

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2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball All-Time Home Neutral

Newman (Kan.) 0-3 0-2 0-1

01/08/86 L 69-76 02/05/87 L 68-76 11/28/08 L 66-70 # - Colorado Mines Thanksgiving Classic All-Time Home

All-Time Home Neutral H H N#

North Central (Ill.) 4-1 4-1

12/06/88 12/02/93 12/04/95 12/02/97 11/28/01

L W W W W

61-72 88-58 61-59 76-62 95-78

All-Time Neutral

North Dakota State 0-1 0-1

Northern Colorado 7-3 2-2 3-1 1-0

12/06/76 W 93-79 02/27/78 L 74-83 12/14/78 L 57-65 11/28/92 W 86-81 02/04/93 L 85-95 12/29/93 W 80-70 12/11/94 W 73-69 11/23/02 W 71-66 12/02/03 W 63-50 01/14/04 W 62-49 # - Colorado Mines Tournament All-Time Home Neutral

All-Time Away

Northeastern Illinois 1-0 1-0

12/21/81

W

All-Time Home 11/20/92 11/27/09

A H A H H A N# A H

Northern New Mexico 2-0 1-0 1-0

01/03/10 W 77-45 11/25/11 W 65-52 # - Chuck Stephens Classic (Pueblo, Colo.)

77-62

N# H

82-74 74-63

All-Time Neutral

All-Time Home Away Neutral

W

A

H

Peru State (Neb.) 2-0 1-0 1-0

11/28/78 01/04/09

W W

Rensselaer Poly Tech (N.Y.) 0-1 0-1

01/02/90

L

59-67

All-Time Home

Rockford (Ill.) 1-0 1-0

01/03/95

W

All-Time Home Away

Rockhurst (Kan.) 1-3 1-1 0-2

12/20/80 12/04/81 11/24/01 12/01/01

L W L L

100-58

All-Time Home

H A H N#

11/29/76 11/28/79 11/21/97

W W W

All-Time Home

St. Ambrose (Iowa) 1-0 1-0

12/22/88

W

All-Time Home

105-66 72-62 78-56

All-Time

Saint Leo (Fla.) 1-0 1-0

12/03/76

W

12/16/92

W

All-Time Home Neutral

St. Martin’s (Wash.) 1-3 0-1 1-2

All-Time Home

All-Time Home Neutral

75-71

Pittsburg State (Kan.) 0-2 0-1 0-1 50-59 44-60

A H

Point Loma Nazarene (Calif.) 1-0 1-0 W

72-58

40-43 69-53

N# H

84-56 89-55

H H

71-56

A

11/19/05 L 69-77 12/03/05 W 76-69 12/01/07 L 67-71 11/26/10 L 64-77 # - Elgin Baylor Classic (Seattle, Wash.) $ - Chuck Stephens Classic (Pueblo, Colo.)

H

Pomona Pitzer (Calif.) 1-1 1-0 0-1

H

St. John’s College (Kan.) 2-0 2-0

All-Time Away

A H

H H

84-75

Phillips (Okla.) 1-0

L L

A H A H

Rocky Mountain (Mont.) 3-0 2-0

W W

All-Time Home Away

H

61-69 47-46 50-55 55-69

02/24/84 01/17/86

60-56 99-53

H

N#

Panhandle State (Okla.) 2-2 2-0 0-1 0-1

All-Time Home Away

12/16/83 H H

H H H N#

Pacific Lutheran (Wash.) 1-0 1-0

12/18/82 L 01/03/87 W # - LA Baptist Classic

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02/10/84 W 78-67 01/27/86 L 59-71 02/08/86 W 65-48 11/18/88 L 58-74 # - New Mexico Highlands Tournament

11/21/86 12/08/86

Northwest Oklahoma State 2-0 2-0 W W

11/23/94

All-Time Home

Oglethorpe (Georgia) 1-0 1-0

11/20/98 W 77-60 # - Grand Canyon Tournament

03/12/95 L 72-84 N# # - NCAA Central Region Conso. Game (Hays, Kan.) All-Time Home Away Neutral

12/19/83 W 56-51 12/04/01 W 83-71 12/21/05 W 72-68 11/29/08 L 73-83 # - Colorado Mines Thanksgiving Classic All-Time Home

H H H H H

Northwest Nazarene (Idaho) 3-1 3-0 0-1

All-Time Home

St. Mary’s (Minn.) 2-0 2-0

11/25/89 12/19/02

W W

All-Time Home

St. Xavier (Ill.) 1-1 1-1

12/19/81 12/30/99

L W

81-50 98-64

N# N$ N$ H

H H

47-59 91-73

H H

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WIN GRADUATE Seattle-Pacific 1-1 1-0 0-1

All-Time Home Neutral

All-Time Home 12/28/99

02/11/87 W 73-66 12/05/08 L 56-61 # - Chuck Stephens Classic (Pueblo, Colo.)

All-Time Home Away

Seattle University 0-3 0-1 0-1 0-1

All-Time Home Away Neutral

12/22/86 L 11/18/05 L 11/25/06 L # - Hawaii Loa Tournament

70-80 63-80 51-54

All-Time Home

Sioux Falls (S.D.) 2-0 2-0

12/30/86 11/26/11

W W

All-Time Away

H N#

87-67 77-69 (OT)

N# A H

W

66-61

All-Time Neutral

South Dakota 0-2 0-2

12/02/00 L 40-79 11/30/07 L (6) 52-78 # - Southwest Minnesota State Tournament $ - Chuck Stephens Classic (Pueblo, Colo.) All-Time Home Away

South Dakota Tech 0-2 0-1 0-1

11/22/85 12/06/86

L L

All-Time Home Away RMAC

Southern Utah 5-9 4-2 1-5 5-9

01/10/77 02/04/77 12/09/77 01/27/78 01/06/79 02/09/79 01/05/80 02/08/80 01/03/81 02/06/81 01/02/82 02/05/82 01/04/83 02/11/83

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

58-109 57-59

Southwest Minn. St. (Southwest St.) 1-0 1-0 W

65-57

H

Sterling College (Kan.) 2-1 1-1 1-0

11/21/89 11/21/90 11/22/11

W W L

67-61 88-66 81-84

All-Time Home

Stonehill (Mass.) 1-0 1-0

12/31/93

W

All-Time Home

2-0 2-0

01/03/86 11/23/90

W W

All-Time Home

1-0 1-0

12/22/80

W

83-58

A H H

H

Tabor (Kan.) H H

Sonoma State (Calif.) 1-0 1-0

01/04/92

LEAD

81-61 81-74

H H

Tarkio (Mo.) A

All-Time Home N# N$

A H

90-65

H

Texas A&M-Kingsville 0-1 0-1

12/06/93

L

56-58

All-Time Away

Texas-El Paso 0-1 0-1

12/20/82

L

All-Time Home

Texas Wesleyan 1-0 1-0

11/25/92

W

All-Time Home

Transylvania (Ken.) 1-0 1-0

01/02/99

W

59-87

H

A

02/01/92 W 85-58 02/29/92 W 77-49 02/06/93 W 85-64 03/06/93 W 75-58 01/15/94 W 70-63 02/12/94 W 90-59 03/02/94 W 76-64 02/01/95 W 64-56 02/25/95 W 73-48 02/01/96 W 63-60 02/22/96 L 53-59 01/11/97 W 71-61 01/10/98 W 63-55 01/15/99 W 81-61 01/20/00 W 81-66 12/17/00 L 55-67 12/16/01 L 64-69 01/11/03 W 80-57 01/10/04 W 71-47 11/27/04 W 73-45 12/20/04 W 88-57 12/16/05 W 84-78 01/30/07 W 71-65 02/13/07 W 78-75 01/29/08 W 79-63 02/12/08 L 86-90 01/24/09 W 98-81 02/27/09 L 91-92 01/22/10 L 79-82 (OT) 02/27/10 L 70-73 01/14/11 W 67-66 01/13/12 L 60-82 ! - CAC Game # - CAC Tournament * - RMAC Game $ - Rocky Mountain Classic (Metro State) All-Time Home

UC, Davis (Calif.) 1-0 1-0

11/30/02

W

All-Time Home

63-62

H! A! H! A! A! H! H# A! H! H! A! H* A* A* A* H* A* H* A* N$ A* H* A* H* H* A* H* A* A* H* H* A*

H

University of the Redlands (Calif.) 1-0 1-0

12/28/85

W

All-Time Neutral

0-1 0-1

62-51

H

Upper Iowa

71

69-80 67-84 91-58 74-92 59-72 67-64 65-55 67-59 70-91 68-63 66-69 59-75 53-78 54-71

* * H* A* A* H* A* H* A* H* A* H* A* H*

All-Time Home Away Neutral CAC RMAC 11/30/87 01/06/88 01/27/89 02/22/89 02/02/90 02/24/90 01/31/91 02/21/91

88-52

85-61

H

12/18/09 L 68-71 (OT) # - Concordia-St. Paul Tournament H*

UC-Colorado Springs 31-9 17-2 13-7 1-0 11-1 13-7 W W W L W W W W

92-45 81-38 70-34 83-89 (2OT) 59-58 65-56 90-63 97-55

All-Time Home

Ursinus (Penn.) 1-0 1-0

12/28/95

W

All-Time

0-1

12/01/76

L

87-71

N#

H

Utah State

A H H A A H H! A!

All-Time Home 01/03/94

69-87

Valley City State (N.D.) 1-0 1-0 W

89-59

H


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Wabash (Ind.) 1-0 1-0

01/03/85

W

All-Time Home Away

Washburn (Kan.) 0-2 0-1 0-1

12/22/84 12/05/85

L L

All-Time Home

72-64

49-63 51-61

A H

Wayland Baptist (Texas) 2-0 2-0

12/31/94 11/20/00

W W

All-Time Home

Wayne State (Neb.) 1-0 1-0

11/18/89

W

All-Time Home

Western Montana 1-0 1-0

12/16/80

W

All-Time Home Away Neutral RMAC

H

95-75 83-71

83-72

65-54

H H

H

H*

Western New Mexico 9-17 6-7 1-9 1-0 5-17

01/31/77 L 53-55 02/12/77 W 70-65 01/05/78 L 70-79 02/11/78 W 77-58 12/09/78 L 66-70 01/13/79 W 65-60 12/08/79 L 47-49 01/12/80 L 65-78 01/10/81 L 47-62 02/14/81 L 48-58 01/09/82 L 70-93 02/13/82 W 55-53 01/08/83 L 60-76 02/04/83 L 57-64 12/20/86 W 66-61 02/15/88 W 71-56 11/19/88 W 70-66 12/31/88 W 64-56 01/06/07 L 37-62 01/04/08 W 84-81 (OT) 01/10/09 L 78-82 01/07/10 L 73-83 12/03/10 L 55-70 02/19/11 L 68-70 12/02/11 L 56-80 02/18/12 L 58-74 # - New Mexico Highlands Tournament

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All-Time Home Away RMAC

Western State (Colo.) 32-17 16-7 14-10 19-13

01/22/77 W 02/19/77 W 01/21/78 W 02/25/78 W 01/26/79 W 02/23/79 W 01/25/80 W 02/22/80 W 01/16/81 W 02/17/81 L 01/15/82 W 02/17/82 L 12/10/82 W 01/31/83 L 01/28/84 W 01/28/85 L 01/18/86 W 12/13/86 W 02/08/87 W 01/08/88 W 01/24/88 W 11/30/90 W 12/20/90 L 12/07/91 W 12/19/91 L 12/15/93 W 12/10/94 W 12/29/94 W 11/30/95 W 12/30/95 W 12/14/96 L 12/13/97 L 01/30/99 W 02/23/99 L 02/05/00 L 01/13/01 W 01/11/02 L 01/09/03 W 01/08/04 W 01/15/05 W 01/13/06 W 12/14/06 L 12/16/07 L 12/19/08 L 12/13/09 W 01/02/11 L 01/29/11 W 12/30/11 L 01/28/12 L * - RMAC Game # - RMAC 1st Round

90-75 80-70 74-57 82-73 71-59 98-52 65-59 57-47 67-65 64-72 56-52 54-63 62-58 66-75 (2 OT) 65-49 48-50 67-64 (OT) 58-56 68-58 64-56 70-63 77-73 71-72 63-58 74-81 74-65 85-77 74-70 91-77 87-77 70-73 71-93 90-87 71-87 86-94 78-76 78-88 89-79 79-69 70-56 69-68 67-72 55-61 72-75 72-57 56-64 68-51 52-62 50-70

All-Time Home

Westmar (Iowa) 2-0 2-0

12/15/81 01/06/86

W W

86-73 72-57

Westminster (Utah) 5-1 2-0 2-0 5-1

All-Time Home Away RMAC * * H* A* A* H* H* A* H* A* H* A* H* A* H A H A H H A A H A H H H A H A H* A* A* A# H* A* A* H* A* A* H* H* A* H* A* A* H* H* A*

01/08/77 02/05/77 12/10/77 01/28/78 01/05/78 02/10/79 * - RMAC Game

L W W W W W

64-67 101-89 65-60 96-79 56-51 75-61

All-Time Home

Whittier (Calif.) 1-0 1-0

11/26/84

W

All-Time Home 11/24/84 11/27/94 12/01/96 All-Time Home

* * H* A* A* H*

56-55

H

William Penn (Iowa) 3-0 3-0 W W W

75-62 101-70 83-62

H H H

Winona State (Minn.) 1-0 1-0

01/05/96

W

60-48

All-Time Away

0-1 0-1

11/30/82

L

All-Time Home

York College (Neb.) 1-0 1-0

11/20/99

W

H

Wyoming

40-81

A

97-86

H

H H

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Abilene Christian (Texas) ....................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Adams State (Colo.)............................ 31 .......... 19 ......... 12 ...... .613 Air Force (Colo.) ..................................... 19 ...........3.............16 ........ .158 Alaska-Fairbanks................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Angelo State (Texas) ............................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Augustana (S.D.).................................... 2 .............1.............1.......... .500 Aurora (Ill.) ............................................ 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Avila (Mo.).............................................. 2 .............2.............0........ 1.000 Belhaven (Miss.)..................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Bellevue (Neb.) ....................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Bemidji State (Minn.) ............................. 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Benedictine (Ill.) ..................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Bethany (Kan.) ....................................... 5 .............4.............1.......... .800 Bethel (Ind.) ........................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Black Hills State ................................ 2 ............ 1 ........... 1 ........ .500 BYU-Hawaii ........................................... 2 .............0.............2.......... .000 Caldwell................................................. 1 .............0.............1.......... .000 California-Baptist .................................. 2 .............1.............1.......... .500 Cal. St., Los Angeles .............................. 4 .............1.............3.......... .250 Cal. St., Monterey Bay ........................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Cal. St., Poly-Pomona ............................ 2 .............1.............1.......... .500 Cal. St., San Bernardino ........................ 2 .............2.............0........ 1.000 Calvin (Mich.) ........................................ 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Cameron (Okla.)..................................... 2 .............0.............2.......... .000 Central (Iowa) ........................................ 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Chadron State.................................... 60 .......... 34 ......... 26 ...... .567 Cincinnati.............................................. 1 .............0.............1.......... .000 Coe (Iowa) .............................................. 1 .............0.............1.......... .000 College of Santa Fe (N.M.) ...................... 10 ...........5.............5.......... .500 Colorado ................................................ 3 .............0.............3.......... .000 Colorado Baptist .................................... 4 .............2.............2.......... .500 Colorado Christian ............................. 60 .......... 41 ......... 19 ...... .683 Colorado College .................................... 31 ...........27 ...........4.......... .871 Colorado Mesa ................................... 35 .......... 11 ......... 24 ...... .314 Colorado Mines .................................. 62 .......... 31 ......... 31 ...... .500 Colorado State ....................................... 1 .............0.............1.......... .000 Colorado State-Pueblo ........................ 49 .......... 22 ......... 27 ...... .449 Concordia (Ill.) ....................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Concordia (Neb.) .................................... 4 .............4.............0........ 1.000 Concordia (Wis.)..................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Concordia-St. Paul (Minn.) ..................... 2 .............1.............1.......... .500 Cornell College (Iowa) ............................. 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Creighton (Neb.) ..................................... 1 .............0.............1.......... .000 Dana (Neb.)............................................ 3 .............3.............0........ 1.000 Denver ................................................... 35 ...........12 ...........23 ........ .343 Dickinson State (N.D.)............................ 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Doane (Neb.) .......................................... 4 .............2.............2.......... .500 Dominican (Calif.) .................................. 2 .............2.............0........ 1.000 Dordt (Iowa) ........................................... 1 .............0.............1.......... .000 East Central (Okla.) ............................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 East Texas State .................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Eastern Montana ................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Eastern New Mexico ............................... 3 .............2.............1.......... .667 Eckerd (Fla.) .......................................... 1 .............0.............1.......... .000 Elmhurst (Ill.) ........................................ 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Evangel (Mo.) ......................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Fort Hays State ...................................... 22 ...........3.............19 ........ .136 Fort Lewis ......................................... 44 .......... 19 ......... 25 ...... .432 Fresno Pacific (Calif.) ............................. 2 .............2.............0........ 1.000 Georgia College ...................................... 1 .............0.............1.......... .000 Graceland (Iowa) .................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Grand Canyon (Ariz.) ............................. 3 .............0.............3.......... .000 Grandview (Iowa) ................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Green Mountain (Vermont)..................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Hastings (Neb.) ...................................... 2 .............1.............1.......... .500 Hawaii-Hilo ............................................ 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Hawaii-Pacific ........................................ 3 .............1.............2.......... .333 Holy Names (Calif.) ................................ 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Howard Payne (Texas) ............................ 2 .............2.............0........ 1.000 Jacksonville State (Fla.) ......................... 1 .............0.............1.......... .000 Jamestown (N.D.)................................... 1 .............0.............1.......... .000 Johnson & Wales ............................... 10 .......... 8 ........... 2 ........ .800 Judson (Ill.) ........................................... 2 .............2.............0........ 1.000 Kansas Wesleyan ................................... 4 .............4.............0........ 1.000 Kendall (Ill.) ........................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Langston (Okla.) .................................... 8 .............7.............1.......... .875 La Verne (Calif.) ..................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Lincoln University .................................. 3 .............1.............2.......... .333 Loras (Iowa) ........................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Maryville (Mo.) ....................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000

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McPherson (Kan.)................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Metro State ....................................... 61 .......... 18 ......... 43 ...... .295 Michigan-Dearborn ................................ 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Minnesota-Duluth ................................. 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Missouri Rolla........................................ 1 .............0.............1.......... .000 Montana State ....................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Montana State-Northern ........................ 3 .............3.............0........ 1.000 Morningside (Iowa) ................................. 1 .............0.............1.......... .000 Mount Senario (Wis.) ............................. 2 .............2.............0........ 1.000 National College of Business .................. 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Nebraska-Kearney ................................. 35 ...........5.............30 ........ .143 Nebraska-Omaha ................................... 1 .............0.............1.......... .000 Nevada-Reno ......................................... 1 .............0.............1.......... .000 New Mexico Highlands ....................... 49 .......... 29 ......... 20 ...... .592 Newman (Kan.) ...................................... 3 .............0.............3.......... .000 North Central (Ill.) .................................. 5 .............4.............1.......... .800 North Dakota State ................................ 1 .............0.............1.......... .000 Northern Colorado ................................. 10 ...........7.............3.......... .700 Northern New Mexico ............................. 2 .............2.............0........ 1.000 Northeastern Illinois .............................. 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Northwest Oklahoma State .................... 2 .............2.............0........ 1.000 Northwest Nazarene (Idaho) ................... 4 .............3.............1.......... .750 Oglethorpe (Georgia) .............................. 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Pacific Lutheran (Wash.) ........................ 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Panhandle State (Okla.) ......................... 4 .............2.............2.......... .500 Peru State (Neb.) .................................... 2 .............2.............0........ 1.000 Phillips (Okla.) ....................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Pittsburg State (Kan.) ............................. 2 .............0.............2.......... .000 Point Loma Nazarene (Calif.) .................. 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Pomona Pitzer (Calif.) ............................. 2 .............1.............1.......... .500 Rensselaer Poly Tech (N.Y.) .................... 1 .............0.............1.......... .000 Rockford (Ill.) ......................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Rockhurst (Kan.).................................... 4 .............1.............3.......... .250 Rocky Mountain (Mont.) ......................... 3 .............3.............0........ 1.000 St. Ambrose (Iowa) ................................. 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 St. John’s College (Kan.) ........................ 2 .............2.............0........ 1.000 Saint Leo (Fla.)....................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 St. Martin’s (Wash.) ............................... 4 .............1.............3.......... .250 St. Mary’s (Minn.) .................................. 2 .............2.............0........ 1.000 St. Xavier (Ill.) ........................................ 2 .............1.............1.......... .500 Seattle Pacific ........................................ 2 .............1.............1.......... .500 Seattle University................................... 3 .............0.............3.......... .000 Sioux Falls (S.D.) ................................... 2 .............2.............0........ 1.000 Sonoma State (Calif.) ............................. 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 South Dakota ........................................ 2 .............0.............2.......... .000 South Dakota Tech ................................ 2 .............0.............2.......... .000 Southern Utah ....................................... 14 ...........5.............9.......... .357 Southwest Minnesota State .................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Sterling College (Kan.) ............................ 3 .............2.............1.......... .667 Stonehill (Mass.) .................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Tabor (Kan.) ........................................... 2 .............2.............0........ 1.000 Tarkio (Mo.) ........................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Texas A&M Kingsville ............................. 1 .............0.............1.......... .000 Texas-El Paso (UTEP) ............................. 1 .............0.............1.......... .000 Texas Wesleyan ..................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Transylvania (Ken.) ................................ 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 UC-Colorado Springs .......................... 40 .......... 31 ......... 9 ........ .775 UC, Davis .............................................. 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 University of the Redlands (Calif.) .......... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Upper Iowa ............................................ 1 .............0.............1.......... .000 Ursinus (Penn.) ...................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Utah State ............................................. 1 .............0.............1.......... .000 Valley City State (N.D.) ........................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Wabash (Ind.) ........................................ 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Washburn (Kan.).................................... 2 .............0.............2.......... .000 Wayland Baptist (Texas) ......................... 2 .............2.............0........ 1.000 Wayne State (Neb.) ................................. 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Western Montana .................................. 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Western New Mexico .......................... 26 .......... 9 ........... 17 ...... .346 Western State .................................... 49 .......... 32 ......... 17 ...... .653 Westmar (Iowa) ...................................... 2 .............2.............0........ 1.000 Westminster (Utah) ................................ 6 .............5.............1.......... .833 Whittier (Calif.) ...................................... 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 William Penn (Iowa) ............................... 3 .............3.............0........ 1.000 Winona State (Minn.) ............................. 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Wyoming ............................................... 1 .............0.............1.......... .000 York College (Neb.) ................................. 1 .............1.............0........ 1.000 Bold - 2012-13 Opponents Since 1976-77


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Regis University, founded in 1877 in Las Vegas, New Mexico, moved to Colorado in 1884. Its original Colorado home was in Morrison, but when John Brisben Walker, an entrepreneur developer, offered the Jesuits a plot of land in 1887, the permanent home was established. Main Hall, which was completed in 1887, was the only building on campus until 1911, when expansion began. In 1996, Betty Williams of Northern Ireland became the first Nobel Peace Prize winner to speak on campus. Since that time, 12 other Nobel Laureates have spoken at Regis University. The most recent Nobel Peace Laureate on campus was David Trimble, who helped negotiate peace in Northern Ireland, spoke in October 2006. Lech Walesa, leader of the Solidarity Movement in Poland, spoke in March 2006. The motto “Men and Women in Service of Others” on the University seal describes the purpose of Jesuit education: to form men and women who use their knowledge in the unselfish service of others. It also expresses the desire of Regis’ faculty and staff to be of service to students and the community.

The Mission Regis University educates men and women of all ages to take leadership roles and to make a positive impact in a changing society. Standing within the Catholic and United States traditions, we are inspired by the particular Jesuit vision of Ignatius Loyola. This vision challenges us to attain the inner freedom to make intelligent choices. We seek to provide value-centered undergraduate and graduate education, as well as to strengthen commitment to community service. We nurture the life of the mind and the pursuit of truth within an environment conducive to effective teaching, learning and personal development. Consistent with Judeo-Christian principles, we apply knowledge to human needs and seek to preserve the best of the human heritage. We encourage the continual search for truth, values and a just existence. Throughout this process, we examine and attempt to answer the question: "How ought we to live?" As a consequence of Ignatius Loyola's vision, particularly as reflected in his Spiritual Exercises, we encourage all members of the Regis community to learn proficiently, think logically and critically, identify and choose personal standards of values, and be socially responsible. We further encourage the development of the skills and leadership abilities necessary for distinguished professional work and contributions to the improvement and transformation of society.

AREAS OF STUDY Accounting Biochemistry Biology Neuroscience Business Administration Catholic Studies Chemistry Christian Leadership Communication Computer Science Core Studies Economics Education English Environmental Studies Exercise Science French German History DISTINCTIVE PROGRAMS & SERVICES Academic Tutoring Air Force ROTC Army ROTC Career Services Commitment Program Disability Services Dual Degree Engineering Engaged-Scholar Activist Program Honors Program Ignatian Collaborative for Service & Justice Independent Study GRADUATE PROGRAMS MA in Education

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Mathematics Music Nursing Peace and Justice Studies Philosophy Physics Political Economy Politics Pre-Med/Pre-Health Pre-Physical Therapy Psychology Religious Studies Sociology Spanish Visual & Fine Arts Women's and Gender Studies

Internship Program Leadership Development Program Living-Learning Communities New Student Orientation Paracurricular Program Service Learning Study Abroad Summer Session Thematic Major Program University Ministry

MS in Biomedical Sciences


2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball President John P. Fitzgibbons, S.J. The Regis University Board of Trustees announced Father John P. Fitzgibbons, S.J., as the 24th president of Regis University. He will begin his term on June 1, 2012, the retirement date announced by current president, Father Michael J. Sheeran, S.J. John P. Fitzgibbons, S.J., has most recently served as the associate provost for faculty development at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He served on the University of San Francisco (USF) Board of Trustees from June 2001 through June 2008. In addition, he was elected to the Gonzaga University Board of Trustees in July 2008. He served as vice president for administration and interim dean of the College of Professional Studies at USF from June 2007 to June 2009. Fr. Fitzgibbons holds a Ph.D. in English from Loyola University Chicago; an S.T.M. in moral theology from the Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley; an M.Div. from the Weston Jesuit School of Theology; an M.A. in English from the University of Chicago; and, a B.A. in philosophy and English from Saint Louis University. A native of Omaha, Nebraska, he entered the Wisconsin Province of the Society of Jesus in 1973 and was ordained a priest in 1985. He continues to be active in research scholarship, especially in the relationship of religion and culture.

At Regis University, the charge is to produce not just graduates but “men and women as leaders in service to others. Regis seeks to engage the minds, bodies and resources of faculty, staff and students for service and community understanding by meeting the cultural, economic, environmental, social and urban challenges of a variety of communities. Regis’ commitment in the service to others is highlighted in the variety of Centers, Institutes, and Academies that reach a diverse group of communities.

Centers, Institutes and Academies Institute on the Common Good Lonnie Porter’s Leadership Academy O’Sullivan Art Center The Center for the Study of War Experience The John J. Sullivan Endowed Chair for Free Enterprise Recorder Music Center Research Centers Regis Learning Solutions New Ventures Ignatian Collaborative for Service and Justice The Washington Center Hopkins Conference

Colorado Campuses Denver, Lowell (Main Campus) Aurora Colorado Springs Denver Tech Center Interlocken at Broomfield Loveland Thornton

Nevada Campus Las Vegas

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Vanessa Bain

Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach

Eric Daniels

Paula Bauer

Ben Buck

Head Women’s Golf Coach

Assistant Baseball Coach

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JB Belzer

Head Women’s Soccer Coach

Assistant Basketball Coach

Head Men’s/Women’s Cross Country Coach

John Esquibel

Logan Garvin

Lee Ibrahim

Sarah Kellner

Mike Kramer Head Men’s Golf Coach

Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach

Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach

Joel List

Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach

Assistant Athletic Director

Gregg Harper

Ron Crane

Facilities Director

Kate Hood

Director of Sports Medicine

Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach

Kelly Labor

Frank Lavrisha Head Women’s Volleyball Coach

Ann Martin

Director of Athletics

Tony McCall

Dan McDermott

Kelly McLaughlin

Assistant Women’s Volleyball Coach

Head Baseball Coach

Assistant Athletic Director/SWA

Jeremy Phillips

Lonnie Porter

Linda Raunig

Nicole Trimboli

Kristin Wimp

Sports Information Director

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Head Men’s Soccer Coach

Head Women’s Basketball Coach

Head Softball Coach

Assistant Sports Medicine Director


2012-13 Regis University Men’s Basketball Regis University Athletics Staff Directory Administration Name Ann Martin Kelly McLaughlin Logan Garvin Jeremy Phillips Gregg Harper Ron Crane Kristin Wimp Sarah Otteman Cole Fricke Danielle Lewis Lindsay Trefzger

Title Director of Athletics Assistant AD/Senior Woman Administrator Assistant Athletic Director Sports Information Director Director of Sports Medicine Facilities Coordinator Assistant Director of Sports Medicine Assistant Sports Information Director Graduate Assistant Sports Medicine Graduate Assistant Sports Medicine Graduate Assistant Sports Medicine

Phone

Email

303-458-4071 303-964-5106 303-458-4052 303-458-3590 303-458-3591 303-458-4992 303-458-4070 303-458-4992 303-458-4992 303-458-4992

kmclaughlin001@regis.edu lgarvin@regis.edu jsphilli@regis.edu gharper@regis.edu rcrane@regis.edu kwimp@regis.edu sotteman@regis.edu cfricke@regis.edu dlewis001@regis.edu ltrefzger@regis.edu

Coaches Baseball Dan McDermott Ben Buck Dave Mumper Gino Carbajal Mark Weber

Head Baseball Coach Assistant Baseball Coach Assistant Baseball Coach Assistant Baseball Coach Assistant Baseball Coach

303-458-3519 303-964-5319

dmcdermo@regis.edu bbuck@regis.edu dmumper@regis.edu coachcarb@hotmail.com mweber001@regis.edu

Men’s Basketball Lonnie Porter Eric Daniels Steve Ledesma

Head Men’s Basketball Coach Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Graduate Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach

303-458-4074 303-964-5119

aporter@regis.edu edaniels@regis.edu ledes222@regis.edu

Men’s Golf Mike Kramer

Head Men’s Golf Coach

303-458-4070

mikkra@lakewood.org

Men’s Soccer Tony McCall Lee Ibrahim Gary Cole Clint Baumstark

Head Men’s Soccer Coach Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach Graduate Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach Goalie Coach

303-458-4200 303-458-4359

amccall@regis.edu librahim@regis.edu cole491@regis.edu clint@coloradostorm.com

303-458-4392 303-458-4392

jesquibe@regis.edu bdekecker@regis.edu

Men’s/Women’s Cross Country John Esquibel Head Men’s/Women’s Cross Country Coach Brent DeDecker Assistant Men’s/Women’s Cross Country Coach Softball Nicole Trimboli Kristin Johnson Laurie Lindow

Head Softball Coach Assistant Softball Coach Assistant Softball Coach

303-458-4353 303-458-4353

ntrimboli@regis.edu john263@regis.edu

Women’s Basketball Linda Raunig Vanessa Bain Caley Dow

Head Women’s Basketball Coach Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach Graduate Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach

303-458-4203 303-458-3589

lraunig@regis.edu vbain@regis.edu cdow@regis.edu

Women’s Golf Paula Bauer

Head Women’s Golf Coach

303-906-0123

pbauer@regis.edu

Women’s Lacrosse Sarah Kellner Kate Hood Beth Calder Cristina Johnson

Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach

303-964-3681 303-964-3681

saverson@regis.edu khood@regis.edu

Women’s Soccer J.B. Belzer Kelly Labor Kaleen Adami Jay Hamilton Mark Forbes

Head Women’s Soccer Coach Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach Graduate Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach Volunteer Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach Volunteer Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach

303-458-4981 303-458-4942

jbelzer@regis.edu ruassist@regis.edu kadami@regis.edu

Women’s Volleyball Frank Lavrisha Joel List Mekana Barnes Paul Martin

Head Volleyball Coach Assistant Volleyball Coach Graduate Assistant Volleyball Coach Assistant Volleyball Coach

303-458-4053 303-458-4054

flavrish@regis.edu jlist@regis.edu mbarnes001@regis.edu emartin003@regis.edu

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Regis Fieldhouse

The Regis Fieldhouse was built in 1960 and currently seats 1,800 spectators. The Fieldhouse features locker rooms, the athletic training facilities, a racquetball court and is the home for the volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball teams as well as the Newland Center. All the Athletic Department’s administrative offices are located in the fieldhouse. There have been numerous conference and regional tournament games played within the walls of the fieldhouse.

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Regis Softball Field

Ranger Dome

Regis Baseball Field

Regis Lacrosse/Soccer Match Pitch

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- Denver has the largest city park system in the nation with 205 parks in City limits and 20,000 acres of parks in the nearby mountains. - The United States Census Bureau estimated that the population of Denver was 610,345 in 2009, making it the 24th most populous U.S. city. - The 10-county Denver-Aurora-Broomfield, CO Metropolitan Statistical Area had an estimated 2009 population of 2,552,195 and ranked as the 21st most populous U.S. metropolitan statistical area and the 12-county Denver-Aurora-Boulder Combined Statistical Area had an estimated 2009 population of 3,110,436 and ranked asthe 16th most populous U.S. metropolitan area. - Denver International Airport (DIA) is the tenth busiest airport in the world and ranks fourth in the United States, with 51,245,334 passengers passing through it in 2008. - DIA covers more than 53 square miles (137 km²), making it the largest airport by land area in the United States and larger than the island of Manhattan. - Colorado boasts 54 mountains that soar higher than14,000 feet, more than all other states combined. - The biggest surprise for visitors to Denver is the climate. The arid conditions bring only 8 to 15 inches of annual precipitation and locals wake up to more than 300 days of sunshine a year. That’s more annual hours of sun than Miami and San Diego. - Chipotle Mexican Grill, Qdoba Mexican Grill, Noodles & Company, Good Times, Heidi’s Deli, Quiznos, Samsonite, and Frontier Airlines all began in Denver. - Colorado ranked lowest in adult obesity in the US by “F as in Fat: How Obesity Threatens America’s Future 2010”, a report from the Trust for America’s Health (TFAH) and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF). - Denver is the nation’s most highly educated city with the highest percentage of high school and college graduates. - Denver brews more beer than any other American city. - Denver has the nation’s second largest performing arts center. The Denver Performing Arts Complex has eight theaters seating over 9,000 people. - Denver citizens contribute more public funding for the arts per capita than any other U.S. city. - Denver really is a mile high. There’s a spot on the west steps of the State Capitol building that is exactly 5,280 feet above sea level.

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2012-13 REGIS UNIVERSITY MEN’S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE DATE

OPPONENT

PLACE

TIME

Nov. 13

Johnson & Wales

Regis Fieldhouse

7:00 PM

Nov. 18

at Air Force (Exhibition)

Colorado Springs, Colo.

2:00 PM

Nov. 23

Haskell Indian Nations

Regis Fieldhouse

7:00 PM

Nov. 24

Dallas Baptist

Regis Fieldhouse

7:00 PM

Dec. 1

at Metro State*

Denver, Colo.

7:00 PM

Dec. 7

at CSU-Pueblo*

Pueblo, Colo.

7:30 PM

Dec. 8

at UC-Colorado Springs*

Colorado Springs, Colo.

7:30 PM

Dec. 15

Chadron State*

Regis Fieldhouse

7:00 PM

Dec. 16

Black Hills State*

Regis Fieldhouse

5:00 PM

Jan. 4

Western New Mexico*

Regis Fieldhouse

7:00 PM

Jan. 5

New Mexico Highlands*

Regis Fieldhouse

5:00 PM

Jan. 11

at Colorado Mines*

Golden, Colo.

8:00 PM

Jan. 12

at Colorado Christian*

Lakewood, Colo.

7:00 PM

Jan. 18

Fort Lewis*

Regis Fieldhouse

7:00 PM

Jan 19

Adams State*

Regis Fieldhouse

5:00 PM

Jan. 25

at Western State*

Gunnison, Colo.

7:30 PM

Jan. 26

at Mesa State*

Grand Junction, Colo.

7:30 PM

Feb. 1

at Black Hills State*

Spearfish, S.D.

8:00 PM

Feb. 2

at Chadron State*

Chadron, Neb.

8:00 PM

Feb. 8

Colorado Christian*

Regis Fieldhouse

7:00 PM

Feb. 9

Colorado Mines*

Regis Fieldhouse

5:00 PM

Feb. 16

Metro State*

Regis Fieldhouse

3:00 PM

Feb. 22

at Adams State*

Alamosa, Colo.

8:00 PM

Feb. 23

at Fort Lewis*

Durango, Colo.

7:30 PM

March 1

UC-Colorado Springs*

Regis Fieldhouse

7:00 PM

March 2

CSU-Pueblo*

Regis Fieldhouse

5:00 PM

March 5

RMAC 1st Round

Campus Sites

TBA

March 8-9

RMAC Shooutout

Highest Remaining Seed

TBA

* Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Match All Times Mountain Time unless noted

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