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2013-14 MIZZOU BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 2013-14 NON-CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Oct. 25 Oklahoma City (Exh.) 7 p.m. Nov. 1 Central Missouri (Exh.) 7 p.m. Nov. 8 Southeastern La. 7 p.m. Nov. 12 Southern Illinois 8 p.m.

MSN TBA MSN FSN

Kansas City, Mo. (Sprint Center) Nov. 16 vs. Hawaii 6 p.m.

MSN

Regional Rounds of the Las Vegas Invitational Columbia, Mo. (Mizzou Arena) Nov. 23 Gardner-Webb 7 p.m. MSN Nov. 25 IUPUI 7 p.m. MSN Las Vegas Invitational Las Vegas, Nev. (Orleans Arena) Nov. 28 Northwestern 9:30 p.m. ESPNU Nov. 29 Nevada 7:30 p.m. ESPN3 Dec. 5 Dec. 7 Dec. 15

West Virginia 6 p.m. ESPN2 UCLA 11:30 a.m. CBS Western Michigan 6 p.m. ESPNU

Bud Light Braggin’ Rights Game St. Louis, Mo. (Scottrade Center) Dec. 21 vs. Illinois 4:30 p.m. ESPN2 Dec. 28 Jan. 4

at N.C. State Long Beach State

7 p.m. 4 p.m.

ESPN2 MSN

2014 SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Jan. 8 Georgia 7 p.m. SEC TV Jan. 11 at Auburn 1 p.m. ESPNU Jan. 16 at Vanderbilt 6 p.m. ESPN/2 Jan. 18 Alabama 1 p.m. ESPN/2 Jan. 21 at LSU 6 p.m. ESPNU Jan. 25 South Carolina 3 p.m. SEC TV Jan. 28 at Arkansas 6 p.m. ESPNU Feb. 1 Kentucky Noon CBS Feb. 4 at Florida 8 p.m. ESPN Feb. 8 at Ole Miss 4 p.m. FSN Feb. 13 Arkansas 6 p.m. ESPN/2 Feb. 15 Tennessee 3 p.m. ESPN/2 Feb. 19 Vanderbilt 7 p.m. SEC TV Feb. 22 at Alabama 7 p.m. ESPN2 Feb. 25 at Georgia 8 p.m. ESPNU March 1 Mississippi State 12:30 p.m. SEC TV March 5 Texas A&M 7 p.m. ESPN3 March 8 at Tennessee 3 p.m. ESPN SEC Basketball Tournament Atlanta, Ga. (Georgia Dome) March 12-16 All-Day TBA


MIZZOU BASKETBALL TABLE OF CONTENTS MIZZOU BASKETBALL 2013-14 1 Roster 2 Season Preview 3-9 MEET THE TEAM 10 Tony Criswell 10-12 Earnest Ross 13-16 Jabari Brown 17-19 Jordan Clarkson 20-22 Danny Feldmann 23-25 Corey Haith 26-27 Stefan Jankovic 28-30 Ryan Rosburg 31-33 Deuce Bello 34-36 Hayden Barnard 37 Wes Clark 38 Torren Jones 39 Keanau Post 40 Zach Price 41-43 Shane Rector 44 Johnathan Williams III 45 MEET THE STAFF Frank Haith Tim Fuller Dave Leitao Mark Phelps Bryan Tibaldi Toby Lane Todor Pandov Administration / Support Staff

46 46-50 51-52 53-55 56-57 58 59 60 61

Mizzou Game-by-Game 96-123 Mizzou Arena Records 124-125 Individual Records 126-127 Team Records 128-129 Double-Doubles/30-Point Games 130-132 Individual Game Records 132-133 Individual Season Records 134-137 Individual Career Records 138-140 Freshmen Records 141-142 Sophomore Records 143-144 Junior Records 145-146 Senior Records 147-148 Team Single-Game Records 149-150 Team Season Records 151 1,000-Point Scorers 152-156 Annual Leaders 157-160 All-Conference 161 All-Century Team 162 Tigers in the NBA Draft 163 Letterwinners 164-166 Letterwinners by Number 167-168 All-Time Coaching Records 169 MIZZOU MEDIA / OPPONENTS 170 Mizzou vs. Opponent Records 170-171 Conference Series Results 172-173 Non-Conference Series Results 173-205 Tiger Radio Network 206 Mizzou Media Guidelines 207 Radio / TV Roster 208 CREDITS

SEASON IN REVIEW 62 Review 62-65 Game Results 66 Statistics 67-68 Box Scores 69-77

The 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball media notebook was written as a service to members of the Tiger Scholarship Fund and media covering Tiger Basketball. This guide was edited and designed by Assistant Athletics Director for Strategic Communications, Dave Reiter.

MIZZOU HISTORY AND RECORDS Mizzou Season Records Winning Streaks Season Summaries Postseason History Postseason Records Tigers in the Top 25 Tigers on National TV

Photos are courtesy of Mizzou Athletics photographers as well as L.G. Patterson. Printing courtesy of Walsworth Publishing of Brookfield, Mo. and Marceline, Mo.

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2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Team Roster NUMERICAL ROSTER

No. 1 2 3 4 5 10 11 24 25 31 32 33 35 42 44 45

Name Wes Clark Tony Criswell Johnathan Williams, III Corey Haith Jordan Clarkson Deuce Bello Shane Rector Torren Jones Zach Price Danny Feldmann Jabari Brown Earnest Ross Stefan Jankovic Hayden Barnard Ryan Rosburg Keanau Post

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

No. 10 42 32 1 5 2 31 4 35 24 45 25 11 44 33 3

Name Deuce Bello Hayden Barnard Jabari Brown Wes Clark Jordan Clarkson Tony Criswell Danny Feldmann Corey Haith Stefan Jankovic Torren Jones Keanau Post Zach Price Shane Rector Ryan Rosburg Earnest Ross Johnathan Williams, III

COACHING STAFF

Coach Frank Haith Tim Fuller Dave Leitao Mark Phelps Bryan Tibaldi Toby Lane

Pos. G F F G G G G F F F G G F F F F

Ht. 6-0 6-9 6-9 5-10 6-5 6-4 6-1 6-8 6-10 6-9 6-5 6-5 6-11 6-10 6-10 6-11

Wt. 171 240 208 174 193 177 171 234 250 225 214 228 242 210 252 268

Yr.-Exp Fr.-HS Sr.-1L Fr.-HS So.-SQ Jr.-TR Jr.-TR Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Jr.-TR Jr.-SQ Jr.-1L Sr.-1L So.-1L Fr.-HS So.-1L Jr.-JC

Hometown (Last School) Detroit, Mich. (Romulus H.S.) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Independence C.C.) Memphis, Tenn. (Southwind H.S.) Miami, Fla. (Rock Bridge H.S. [Mo.]) San Antonio, Texas (University of Tulsa) Greensboro, N.C. (Baylor University) Bronx, N.Y. (South Kent School [Conn.]) Chandler, Ariz. (La Lumiere School [Ind.]) Cleveland, Ohio (University of Louisville) Jefferson City, Mo. (Columbia University) Oakland, Calif. (University of Oregon) Cary, N.C. (Auburn University) Mississauga, Ontario (Huntington Prep) Aurora, Ill. (Metea Valley) Chesterfield, Mo. (Marquette H.S.) Victoria, British Columbia (S.W.I.C)

Pos. G F G G G F F G F F F F G F G F

Ht. 6-4 6-10 6-5 6-0 6-5 6-9 6-9 5-10 6-11 6-8 6-11 6-10 6-1 6-10 6-5 6-9

Wt. 177 210 214 171 193 240 225 174 242 234 268 250 171 252 228 208

Yr.-Exp Jr.-TR Fr.-HS Jr.-1L Fr.-HS Jr.-TR Sr.-1L Jr.-SQ So.-SQ So.-1L Fr.-HS Jr.-JC Jr.-TR Fr.-HS So.-1L Sr.-1L Fr.-HS

Hometown (Last School) Greensboro, N.C. (Baylor University) Aurora, Ill. (Metea Valley) Oakland, Calif. (University of Oregon) Detroit, Mich. (Romulus H.S.) San Antonio, Texas (University of Tulsa) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Independence C.C.) Jefferson City, Mo. (Columbia University) Miami, Fla. (Rock Bridge H.S. [Mo.]) Mississauga, Ontario (Huntington Prep) Chandler, Ariz. (La Lumiere School [Ind.]) Victoria, British Columbia (S.W.I.C) Cleveland, Ohio (University of Louisville) Bronx, N.Y. (South Kent School [Conn.]) Chesterfield, Mo. (Marquette H.S.) Cary, N.C. (Auburn University) Memphis, Tenn. (Southwind H.S.)

Position Head Coach Associate Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Dir. Basketball Ops. Dir. Video Ops.

Year Third Season Third Season Second Season First Season Third Season Third Season

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

Name Jabari Brown Stefan Jankovic Torren Jones Keanau Post

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Pronunciation juh-BAR-EE stuh - FAWN YAWN-ko-VICH TORE-inn key-YAW-new

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Alma Mater, Year Elon, 1988 Wake Forest, 2000 Northeastern, 1983 Old Dominion, 1996 Michigan State, 2007 Wichita State, 1993


2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Season Preview Missouri Basketball enters its second season in the Southeastern Conference and the Tigers will look to extend the league’s longest NCAA Tournament run headlined by the return of an explosive backcourt and one of the country’s best home-court advantages. One season ago, Missouri Basketball had just one returning starter (Phil Pressey) and needed to integrate several new pieces to help the club to a 23-11 overall mark and a fifth consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament. It may sound a bit like a broken record in 2013-14, as Head Coach Frank Haith once again returns just one starter (Jabari Brown) and ushers in a number of new players as he looks to continue the most prolific NCAA Tournament run in school history. It’s essentially a third new team for Haith, who has less than 40 percent of his scoring, rebounding, assists and steals back from the previous season. However, the addition of a Top 20 recruiting class, the returning experience of players like seniors Earnest Ross and Tony Criswell and the gained services of heralded transfer Jordan Clarkson has excitement buzzing around Mizzou Arena as the Tigers begin their second tour as members of a much improved Southeastern Conference.

“Each team is different, so you always have a lot of on-court development work up front, but we are excited about having these guys together all summer and working towards the start of the year,” Haith said. “I also like having interchangeable parts and we have guys that can play a number of positions and that will benefit us in a very athletic Southeastern Conference.” While Brown is the club’s top returning scorer (13.7 ppg), he will be joined by both Ross and Criswell, who made starts last season and were among the league’s top reserves. Ross was the SEC’s top scorer off the bench (10.3 ppg) and Criswell was efficient in his 18.8 minutes averaging 5.2 points and 4.8 rebounds. Also back are post players Ryan Rosburg and Stefan Jankovic who showed flashes as freshmen and are expected to play extended roles as second-year players. “We lost some firepower from last year’s team, so there will be growing pains early,” Haith said. “Phil (Pressey),

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Laurence (Bowers), Alex (Oriakhi) and Keion (Bell) are gone, but that opens up new opportunities for other guys, both returning and incoming. There will be some great competition for those minutes and the guys that put in the work and have the most accountability on the floor will really benefit the most.” Backcourt The return of Brown and Ross, coupled with the addition of Clarkson, give the Tigers a sizeable nucleus on the perimeter. Both returners led Mizzou in three-point makes last season and helped fuel an offense that ranked among the Top 15 nationally for offensive efficiency for the second consecutive season.

Ross could see time at the power forward spot in 2013-14, a position parlayed into an NBA Draft selection by Kim English two years prior. English averaged 14.5 points and 4.2 rebounds as a hybrid “four” and showed executives at the next level his willingness to defend bigger players and exploit the matchup on the opposite end of the court.

“That’s a difficult transition to jump in mid-year like that and I felt like Jabari really acclimated himself well from the get-go,” Haith said. “He was our most consistent perimeter scorer, but showed an ability to create off the dribble and was a much improved passer from when he first got here. I kept telling people it was really like his freshman season and I expect him to have that same type of improvement as many freshmen do between their first and second years on the court.” 4

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Brown is Missouri’s top returning scorer and led the team in league play at 14.6 points per night. Overall, the Oakland, Calif., native shot 43 percent from the floor and has improved his ability to score off the dribble heading into his junior season. Brown started play midseason due to NCAA transfer rules, but made 23 starts in 24 games and ranked No. 7 in SEC competition in scoring, ninth in free throw percentage (.778) and fifth in three-point makes (2.3). He also had five 20-point outings with each of those efforts coming in SEC play.

Ross was the SEC’s top scoring sixth man last season and was comfortable coming off the bench and was in fact the team’s most effective “super sub” averaging 11.0 points on nearly 42 percent three-point shooting in his 17 games off the pine. The Cary, N.C., native finished the year averaging 10.3 points per game and was second on the team with 49 three-point makes and was third with three doubledoubles. The 6-foot-5, 228-pounder also ranked third on the team with 5.0 rebounds per game and was second with 42 steals.


The Rivalry Continues

“Earnest really flourished in that role coming off the bench, although he ultimately played starter minutes (25.3) for us,” Haith said. “His efficiency was way up coming off the bench (vs. starting) and that was valuable. He was a good perimeter scorer last season, but he can’t fall in love with that shot alone. We want to see him be more physical, use his size and strength as an advantage. We would like to be able to isolate him against opposing guards or use his quickness against bigger players, similar to what we did with Kim (English) our first year.”

after averaging 14.2 points over two seasons at Tulsa and he was named First Team All-Conference USA with averages of 16.5 points and 3.9 rebounds as a sophomore (2011-12).

Fans have anxiously awaited the addition of Clarkson, who sat out last season as a transfer from Tulsa. The San Antonio native was invited to the prestigious Kevin Durant Skills Academy in 2012 and the CP3 Camp in 2013 and starred in practice while he worked on his ball-handling and perimeter game.

Sophomore Corey Haith could also see spot action at the point and will serve as a key component in practice as the staff develops young point guards Wes Clark and Shane Rector.

Clarkson could see time at all three guard positions and often ran the point alongside Brown during the first semester last year. Clarkson begins play at Mizzou

“Jordan is just a basketball player,” Haith said. “He can play the point and set up his teammates or we can run plays for him to get a shot or he can create off the dribble. It will take some time for him to work out that rust, but he has a tremendous feel for the game and is so smooth on both ends of the floor.”

“We will have more options at the point guard position and it was a priority for us in the recruiting process, especially with Phil’s departure for the NBA,” Haith said. “We signed Wes Clark in the early period and really like his competitive nature and drive to win. He’s a bulldog out there and

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Clarkson

can press the issue on both ends of the court. He will be a good perimeter scorer by the end of his career, but his strength now is getting to the basket, setting up teammates and scoring at the rim. He also has the physical makeup to be a very good defender and we expect him to be a plusdefender this season.” “We were able to sign Shane in the spring and we really like his approach to the game,” Haith said. “He’s real fluid and has a knack for getting into the lane and spotting open teammates. He is also a developing shooter that will hit open shots and that’s what we need, but both young point guards complement each other well and will make each other better as they compete in practice and have the opportunity to play together in games.” Clark was one of Michigan’s top-ranked high school players each of the last two seasons and led Romulus High School to the Michigan Class A state championship in 2013 with a 27-1 overall record. The 6-foot, 171-pounder was the floor general on a loaded team that finished No. 24 6

in the ESPN High School Power Poll and finished his career with back-to-back allstate honors, averaging 12.8 points, 4.0 rebounds and 6.5 assists as a senior. Rector averaged 17.4 points and 7.1 rebounds at South Kent School in Connecticut as a senior and began his career at St. Raymond’s High School in Bronx, N.Y. As a junior he led St. Ray’s to the CHSAA Class AA city championship and was selected to play in the Jordan Brand Regional Game at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Sitting out this season is junior transfer Deuce Bello. Bello comes to Mizzou after two seasons at former league rival, Baylor, and was a Top 100 recruit coming out of high school. The North Carolina native will bring great length and athleticism on the perimeter and a defensive mindset for the Tiger scout team this year.

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Frontcourt Versatility and depth are two critical components of Haith-coached frontcourts and the Tigers should have both entering the 2013-14 campaign. Back are Criswell, Jankovic and Rosburg and all three bring unique attributes to the forward positions. Criswell made four starts last season in place of an injured Laurence Bowers and averaged 7.3 points and 5.5 rebounds in those four games. Criswell actually ranked second on the team in rebounds per minute played last season behind only Alex Oriakhi and he showed improved scoring in the paint as the season progressed. The 6-foot-9, 240-pound forward began his career at UAB as a “stretch-four”, but will be called upon to be a physical presence on defense and a capable scorer in Mizzou’s pick-and-roll offense.

Another young player expected to take on an expanded role is Jankovic, who has continued to add weight and has been a tireless worker in the gym leading up to the start of the season. The 6-foot-11 wing was sixth on the club with 12 threepoint makes and hit nearly 32 percent of his treys last season while also working on his defense and footwork. The Canadian earned a pair of starts last season and reached double figures twice, including a career high 14 points against Tennessee State. He also led a key second-half surge in the win over Bucknell and hit a pair of treys in the road win at Mississippi State.

Rosburg will also need to be a physical presence in the middle after playing in 31 games behind Oriakhi. The St. Louis-area product developed into one of Missouri’s better post defenders last year and was a solid offensive rebounder grabbing 21 total offensive caroms in 6.9 minutes per game.

Criswell

“Tony has worked on changing his identity and that process will continue on into the start of next season,” Haith said. “He liked to step out and shoot on the perimeter, but when he played physical, attacked the glass and the rim, he played his most effective basketball. We’ve shown him that and now he just needs to implement it on the court this year.”

he has become more confident on the offensive end. That first year was an adjustment for him. Guys in this league are long and athletic, but Ryan is learning to use his strengths to gain an offensive advantage and that comes with repetition and time.”

“Ryan really improved as the year went on and he can be a very good defensive player for us,” Haith said. “He has the frame and is a cerebral player. His explosion will get better as he improves in our strength and conditioning program, but I like how 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook

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“Stef has had a great offseason and will be more comfortable this year,” Haith said. “You look at his rookie numbers and they mirror what Laurence Bowers did as a freshman. Sometimes it’s difficult to be patient while you play behind some talented upperclassmen, but Stef watched and learned and he is better for it. I’m looking forward to seeing him take that next step as a sophomore.” Danny Feldmann is also back and gives the Tigers shooting ability on the perimeter and will help provide depth as newcomers Keanau Post, Johnathan Williams, III and Torren Jones progress. Post comes to Mizzou via Southwestern Illinois Community College and gives size, depth and some offensive punch to help replace Bowers and Oriakhi. The 6-foot11, 268-pounder has already begun to shed weight in Mizzou’s strength and conditioning program and has shown an offensive flash in early workouts. “I really like how we recruited in the low post because each of these guys brings something different to the table,”

Haith said. “Keanau has stepped in and competed in the paint from the day he arrived. He has a more advanced offensive skill set than Alex (Oriakhi) when he arrived a year ago, but he has good size and is learning how to use his body and create space with his size.” Williams was Missouri’s top-ranked recruit and led Southwind High School (Memphis) to the 2013 Tennessee Class AAA state title. Williams averaged nearly 19 points and 10 rebounds as a senior and finished his career as a three-time all-state selection and a Top 50 national recruit. “Johnathan is young, but really talented,” Haith said. “He reminds me of a young Laurence Bowers, not just the way he plays, but how he carries himself off the court. He is a great young man and has the desire to be great in everything he does. His strength is going to get to an SEC level and when it does I think the sky is the limit for J-III.”

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Rosburg

Jones is originally from Arizona, but played his final season at La Lumiere School in Indiana where helped the program to a national Top 25 ranking. The 6-foot-8, 218-pound forward averaged 11 points and nine rebounds as a senior after averaging 19 points and more than 10 rebounds as a junior at Basha High School in Chandler, Ariz. “Torren is a little bit of the opposite of Johnathan right now,” Haith said. “He is an imposing physical specimen that has his best days ahead of him. He will need time and repetition to work on his skill development, but physically he is ready to bang around in the paint and can more than hold his own. Once his touch and offensive game catch up I believe Torren will be ready to contribute in a big way.”

the longest active streak in the SEC. That development also helped the team add another transfer, Zach Price, a former Top 70 player coming out of high school. Price transferred to Mizzou from Louisville and will sit out 2013-14 and will be classified as a redshirt junior in 2014-15. With those additions, the next challenge lies ahead for Missouri’s third year head coach. “It’s a new season with new opportunities,” Haith said. “We’ll be developing early on because we have some new pieces, but I’m excited about this team and excited for the future. This is a team that will get better as the season moves forward and that always has you excited as a coaching staff.”

That player development has been critical to Mizzou’s ability to win 53 games over the past two years. Frontcourt players such as Ricardo Ratliffe, Steve Moore, Alex Oriakhi and Laurence Bowers all enjoyed career years in their one season playing for Haith and that trend helped Missouri extended its NCAA Tournament run to five straight, the most in school history and 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook

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TONY CRISWELL

Senior - Forward Oklahoma City, Okla. / UAB #2 – 6-9, 240 Pounds AT MIZZOU: 2012-13: Played in 31 games, making four starts at the power forward position ... Averaged 5.2 points and 4.8 rebounds on the year ... Shot 44.4 percent from the floor and hit 61 percent of his free throw attempts ... Made four starts in reserve of Laurence Bowers near the start of SEC play and averaged 7.3 points and 5.5 rebounds in those contests ... Reached double figures four times in scoring, including 13 points in the win over Southeast Missouri State and 10 points in wins against Appalachian State, Georgia and Texas A&M in the SEC Tournament ... Grabbed a season high 10 rebounds in the season-opener against SIUE ... Missed the UCLA, Bucknell and Alabama contests with a broken bone in his left (non-shooting) hand ... Suffered the injury in the win against Illinois on Dec. 22 ... Finished that Illinois contest with seven points and five rebounds despite the injury ... Had nine games with seven or more rebounds, including nine rebounds at LSU ... Versatile player that dished a career high four assists in the home win against Vanderbilt ... Scored seven points and grabbed seven rebounds in the home win against Arkansas. AT INDEPENDENCE C.C.: 2011-12: Played in 19 games as a sophomore, averaging 11.9 points on 46 percent shooting from the floor ... Was outstanding at the foul line where he hit 62-of-80 tries (78 percent) ... Averaged 6.1 rebounds per game for the Pirates who finished the year 18-14 overall ... Top game was a 13-point, 11-rebound double-double vs. Iowa Western ... Nearly duplicated that production against Cloud County with 12 points and eight boards ... Had 15 points and eight boards in a home win over Allen County and 12 points and nine rebounds in a road loss at Kansas City (Kan.) C.C.

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AT UAB: 2010-11: Played in 21 games, starting eight for UAB as a redshirt frpeshman ... Averaged 3.2 points and 3.6 rebounds in 14.2 minutes for the Blazers ... Scored a career high 12 points and grabbed eight rebounds in 25 minutes vs. Memphis ... Shot 54 percent from the floor (27-of-50) and 75 percent (12-of-16) from the charity stripe ... Ranked third on the club with 33 offensive rebounds. 2009-10: Sat out 2009-10 season as a redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterwinner under head coach Terry Long at Douglass High School ... A McDonald’s All-American nominee ... Helped lead the Trojans to a 25-3 overall record and a final ranking of No. 9 in the state as a senior ... Participated in the East-West All-City game in which he finished with a game-high 20 points to go along with five boards ... Was selected as the Most Outstanding Player for the East ... Invited to participate in the Oklahoma Boys Basketball Coaches Association (OBBCA) AllStar game, which featured the top seniors in the state of Oklahoma ... Finished his senior year averaging team highs of 17.1 points and just over 10 rebounds per game on his way to earning 4A First-Team All-State accolades from The Oklahoman ... Named an all-state performer following his junior season as well

Season/Career Bests

Points 2012-13.......... 13 vs. SE Missouri State, 12-4-12 Career.........................................................same Field Goals Made 2012-13............ 6 vs. SE Missouri State, 12-4-12 Career.........................................................same Field Goals Attempted 2012-13......................... 10 vs. Georgia, 1-16-13 Career.........................................................same 3-pt Field Goals Made 2012-13........................................ 1, three times Career.........................................................same 3-pt Field Goals Attempted 2012-13..............................4 at Florida, 1-19-13 Career.........................................................same Free Throws Made 2012-13.......................................... 3, four times Career..............................................3, five times Free Throws Attempted 2012-13........................... 6 vs. Georgia, 1-16-13 Career.........................................................same Rebounds 2012-13..........10 vs. SIU Edwardsville, 11-10-12 Career...................................................10, twice Assists 2012-13....................... 4 vs. Vanderbilt, 1-26-13 Career.........................................................same Blocks 2012-13.......................................... 1, four times Career.......................................... 1, seven times Steals 2012-13..................................................2, twice Career........................................... 2, three times

Season G-GS MIN MPG FG-A FG% 3FG-A 2009-10 2010-11 21-8 298 1 4.2 27-50 .540 1-2 2012-13 31-4 582 18.8 63-142 .444 3-11 TOTAL 52-12 880 16.9 90-192 .469 4-13

3FG% FT-A FT% REB / AVG. AST / TO BS / S TP AVG. DNP-Redshirt .500 12-16 .750 75 / 3.6 11 / 15 3 / 3 67 3.2 .273 31-51 .608 149 / 4.8 21 / 26 4 / 13 160 5.2 .308 43-67 .642 224 / 4.3 32 / 41 7 / 16 227 4.4

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... Received First Team All-District honors by the OBBCA ...Top game as a senior came against Marshall High School when he scored 34 points on 14-of-23 shooting from the floor, and added 17 boards en route to the win ... Was solid in the classroom as well graduating among the top 10-percent of his class.

PERSONAL: Full name is Anthony Wayne Criswell ... Son of Bridgette Criswell ... Has two older brothers, Michael and Quentin, and one younger brother, Jordan.

TONY CRISWELL - CAREER GAME-BY-GAME BOX SCORES 2012-13 SEASON Opponent SIUE Alcorn State Nicholls State Stanford Louisville VCU App. State SEMO Tennessee State S. Carolina State Illinois at Ole Miss Georgia at Florida South Carolina Vanderbilt at LSU Auburn at Texas A&M Ole Miss at Miss. State at Arkansas Florida at Kentucky at S. Carolina LSU Arkansas at Tennessee vs. Texas A&M vs. Ole Miss vs. Colorado State

Min FG-A 3FG-A 18 1-5 0-0 14 2-7 0-0 17 1-4 0-0 12 1-3 0-1 23 4-5 0-0 16 1-2 0-0 19 5-8 0-1 21 6-8 1-1 17 1-4 0-1 17 4-6 0-0 22 3-5 0-0 14 3-4 0-0 30 3-10 1-1 24 2-7 1-4 35 2-6 0-1 24 1-3 0-0 22 2-6 0-0 14 2-3 0-0 27 1-2 0-0 19 2-5 0-0 16 1-2 0-0 20 0-3 0-0 10 1-3 0-0 19 2-6 0-0 21 2-4 0-0 11 1-3 0-0 22 3-3 0-0 14 2-5 0-0 18 4-7 0-0 11 0-2 0-0 15 0-1 0-1

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

Reb PF 10 4 4 2 3 2 1 1 7 1 7 3 3 1 3 2 4 0 8 2 5 3 2 5 6 1 5 2 7 3 4 4 9 3 3 4 7 2 7 2 5 2 4 4 4 1 4 4 5 1 0 0 7 2 2 2 4 4 5 2 4 2

A TO BLK STL 0 2 0 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 4 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

Pts 3 6 4 2 9 2 10 13 2 8 7 6 10 8 7 4 5 4 2 5 2 3 2 6 6 2 7 4 10 1 0

2010-11 SEASON Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A at Middle Tenn. State 1 0-0 0-0 Alabama A&M 2 0-2 0-0 VCU 18 0-1 0-0 George Washington 13 2-3 0-0 at Duke 9 3-4 1-1 UTEP 26 1-1 0-0 at Tulsa 12 0-1 0-1 at East Carolina 16 1-3 0-0 SMU 4 0-0 0-0 Memphis 13 1-2 0-0 Marshall 8 2-5 0-0 at UCF 23 2-3 0-0 at Marshall 4 1-1 0-0 Rice 18 3-4 0-0 at Memphis 35 5-5 0-0 UCF 15 0-0 0-0 at Houston 16 1-3 0-0 at Southern Miss 12 2-4 0-0 East Carolina 15 2-4 0-0 vs. East Carolina 28 1-2 0-0 vs. Clemson 10 0-2 0-0

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

Reb PF 0 0 2 0 4 3 1 1 3 5 6 3 2 2 4 2 1 4 4 4 3 1 4 2 1 0 3 3 8 5 3 4 10 4 5 2 3 1 5 3 3 1

A TO BLK STL 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

Pts 0 0 3 4 7 2 0 4 4 3 4 4 2 6 12 4 2 4 4 4 0

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EARNEST ROSS

Senior - Guard Cary, N.C. / Auburn #33 – 6-5, 228 Pounds AT MIZZOU 2012-13: Was the top scorer in the Southeastern Conference off the bench, averaging 11.0 points on 44 percent shooting from the floor and 41.7 percent shooting from three-point range in 24 contests off the pine ... Finished the year (all games) averaging 10.3 points and 5.0 rebounds ... Finished third on the team in rebounding overall and sixth on the club in scoring, tops among Mizzou’s non-starters ... Made 10 starts early in the season and one start in league play subbing for the injured Laurence Bowers ... Was second on the team in three-point makes (49) and third in pointrebound double-doubles (3) ... Helped Missouri to a home win over South Carolina by scoring 21 points and grabbing 10 boards on Jan. 22 ... Hit a huge trey to tie the game vs. the Gamecocks and assisted on the gamewinning trey from Jabari Brown ... Scored a season high 23 points in the home win against Auburn, hitting a season high 8-of-12 shots and 5-of-6 three-point attempts ... Added 10 points and 11 rebounds against Stanford in the Battle 4 Atlantis and scored 17 points and grabbed 10 boards vs. Alcorn State ... Helped the Tigers to a win in the SEC-opener vs. Alabama, scoring 19 points on 7-of-12 shooting from the floor ... Was ninth in SEC play with 1.6 steals per contest and had five games with three or more steals in league action, including four at Ole Miss ... Would have finished third in the SEC with his .377 three-point percentage on the year with enough attempts and narrowly missed out on the Top 10 with his 1.4 three-point makes per game. 2011-12: Sat out the season as a transfer and will be classified as a redshirt junior for the 2012-13 campaign. AT AUBURN: 2010-11: Was the SEC’s most-improved scorer in 2010-11, elevating his point production from 2.8 points per game as a freshman to 13.1 points as a sophomore ... Averaged 16.1 points and 6.5 rebounds while hitting 17-of-35 three-pointers over his final eight games ... Led the Tigers in scoring 13 times, including a career high 30 points on 5-of-7 three-point shooting in an overtime loss at Georgia ... Topped the 20-point plateau five times as a second-year player and reached double figures in 22-of-31 games ... Was Auburn’s top rebounder at 6.6 boards a night to rank among the league’s Top 15 ... In addition to his steady scoring numbers he ranked eighth in the league with 1.4 steals and boasted six double-doubles, ninth overall in the SEC and tops among perimeter players.

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2009-10: Averaged 2.8 points and 3.0 rebounds in 13.4 minutes per game ... Shot 28 percent from the field, 22 percent from 3-point range and 64 percent from the foul line ... Averaged 7.9 points in 24.4 minutes as a starter as a freshman, while only averaging 1.2 points in 9.7 minutes coming off the bench ... Started eight of 32 games, including the first seven games ... Also started vs. LSU on Feb. 27, totaling six points, sox rebounds, four steals and two assists in 29 minutes ... Scored 16 points (3-of-4 3 FGs), four rebounds and three steals vs. IUPUI ... Scored 12 points (2-of3 3 FGs) and one block vs. High Point ... Had seven points, five rebounds and five steals at Missouri State as a starter in the season opener ... Became the first Auburn freshman to start a season opener since Quantez Robertson, Josh Dollard and Joey Cameron started the 2005-06 season opener vs. Lipscomb. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time All-State Class 4A selection as a junior and senior ... Averaged 21 points, six rebounds and five assists as a senior at Panther Creek High School under coach L.J. Hepp ... Named Tri-Eight Conference Player of the Year ... Leading scorer in the North Carolina vs. South Carolina All-Star Game with 16 points and had a team-high 10 rebounds ... Averaged 26 points, eight rebounds and five assists as a junior. PERSONAL: Son of Earnest and Toy Sue Miller Ross Sr. ... Was raised in Chicago but has lived in the states of Washington, Texas, Maryland, Washington, D.C., North Carolina, Hawaii and Illinois, as well as Japan and Guam ... Parents both worked in communications in the United States Navy ... Full name is Earnest Lee Ross Jr. ... Born Jan. 27, 1991, in Guam ... Majoring in Sport Venue Management.

Season/Career Bests

Points 2012-13............................23 vs. Auburn, 2-2-13 Career............................... 30 at Georgia, 2-5-11 Field Goals Made 2012-13..............................8 vs. Auburn, 2-2-13 Career............................... 12 at Georgia, 2-5-11 Field Goals Attempted 2012-13...................... 19 vs. Stanford, 11-22-12 Career.....................................21 vs. LSU, 1-8-11 3-pt Field Goals Made 2012-13..............................5 vs. Auburn, 2-2-13 Career........................................... 5, three times 3-pt Field Goals Attempted 2012-13.......................... 7 vs. Ole Miss, 3-15-13 Career.....................................15 vs. LSU, 1-8-11 Free Throws Made 2012-13..............................8 vs. Auburn, 2-2-13 Career.............9 vs. Georgia Southern, 12-29-10 Free Throws Attempted 2012-13............. 10, vs. South Carolina, 1-22-13 Career...........11 vs. Georgia Southern, 12-29-10 Rebounds 2012-13...................... 11 vs. Stanford, 11-22-12 Career...........................13 vs. Alabama, 1-22-11 Assists 2012-13...........................................3, five times Career..............................................5, five times Blocks 2012-13....................................... 1, seven times Career........................................... 2, three times Steals 2012-13........................... 4 at Ole Miss, 1-12-13 Career..................5 vs. Missouri State, 11-16-09

Season G-GS MIN MPG FG-A FG% 3FG-A 3FG% FT-A FT% REB / AVG. AST / TO BS / S TP AVG. 2009-10 32-8 428 13.4 31-109 .284 15-68 .221 14-22 .636 97 / 3.0 24 / 26 5 / 25 91 2.8 2010-11 31-27 987 31.8 126-324 .389 48-144 .333 107-135 .793 205 / 6.6 66 / 72 9 / 44 407 13.1 2011-12 DNP-Redshirt (Transfer) 2012-13 34-10 860 25.3 119-288 .413 49-130 .377 63-89 .708 171 / 5.0 39 / 64 7 / 42 350 10.3 TOTAL 97-45 2275 23.5 276-721 .383 112-342 .327 184-246 .748 473 / 4.9 129 / 162 21 / 111 848 8.7

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EARNEST ROSS - CAREER GAME-BY-GAME BOX SCORES 2012-13 SEASON Opponent SIUE Alcorn State Nicholls State Stanford Louisville VCU App. State SEMO Tennessee State S. Carolina State Illinois at UCLA Bucknell Alabama at Ole Miss Georgia at Florida South Carolina Vanderbilt at LSU Auburn at Texas A&M Ole Miss at Miss. State at Arkansas Florida at Kentucky at S. Carolina LSU Arkansas at Tennessee vs. Texas A&M vs. Ole Miss Colorado State

Min FG-A 3FG-A 20 2-10 0-4 28 7-8 1-2 26 6-9 3-4 35 3-19 0-5 21 1-4 1-3 22 4-7 3-5 30 5-10 1-2 24 0-1 0-1 27 0-6 0-4 16 6-10 2-6 29 3-8 1-4 31 5-8 3-4 24 1-9 0-2 35 7-12 3-4 24 1-7 0-4 26 5-10 3-5 9 0-1 0-1 37 6-18 2-6 32 3-8 3-6 19 2-6 1-3 30 8-12 5-6 24 3-7 2-5 21 3-6 2-2 16 2-5 0-2 32 7-12 1-3 25 4-11 1-6 23 3-8 0-4 25 3-4 2-2 24 4-7 2-4 26 3-7 2-4 28 2-10 1-4 24 3-9 1-2 19 4-11 2-7 28 3-8 1-4

FT-A Reb PF 3-4 4 1 2-4 10 3 1-2 5 3 4-5 11 3 2-2 2 3 0-0 1 0 2-4 9 2 2-2 4 3 1-2 4 2 2-2 3 0 1-2 6 2 3-4 7 2 3-6 7 1 2-4 5 0 1-2 3 1 2-3 4 2 0-0 2 0 7-10 10 3 0-0 7 3 2-2 5 2 2-2 2 2 0-0 1 2 2-2 7 2 0-0 5 1 1-2 9 3 2-2 4 2 0-1 3 2 0-0 4 4 3-3 1 1 3-4 2 0 4-4 6 0 0-3 10 2 2-2 5 2 4-4 3 4

A TO BLK STL 1 3 0 1 3 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 3 3 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 4 0 3 3 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 3 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 1 3 0 4 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 3 2 2 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 3 1 2 0 1 1 4 0 3 3 2 0 1 3 2 0 1 0 5 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 3 0 1 1 2 0 0 2 1 0 3 2 0 0 1 1 3 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 1

Pts 7 17 16 10 5 11 13 2 1 16 8 16 5 19 3 15 0 21 9 7 23 8 10 4 16 11 6 8 13 11 9 7 12 11

2010-11 SEASON Opponent UNC-Asheville Samford Campbell Middle Tennessee Jacksonville Georgia-SW Arkansas-Pine Bluff vs. Rutgers at South Florida Presbyterian USC-Upstate Georgia Southern Grambling State Florida State LSU at Kentucky at Mississippi State Florida Alabama at Arkansas at South Carolina Tennessee at Georgia Mississippi State at Ole Miss Vanderbilt at Alabama Arkansas Ole Miss at LSU vs. Georgia

Min FG-A 3FG-A FT-A Reb PF 38 4-13 0-3 4-8 9 4 23 2-7 1-4 2-2 6 4 26 2-8 1-3 2-2 7 2 35 8-13 3-5 3-4 4 2 34 8-18 1-5 1-4 11 1 26 2-9 0-3 1-1 7 1 29 1-5 1-3 5-6 6 1 36 4-14 1-7 6-7 10 4 28 3-7 2-3 3-4 6 2 29 4-8 1-3 0-0 1 1 24 4-8 2-5 6-6 6 1 36 5-12 1-6 9-11 6 1 28 4-11 0-3 6-7 9 2 35 3-5 2-3 2-2 11 3 39 7-21 5-15 2-4 5 3 28 0-8 0-2 1-2 7 3 33 5-17 2-9 3-7 6 2 28 4-6 3-4 0-0 3 1 33 5-15 2-7 8-8 13 4 35 4-10 0-2 7-8 7 2 34 1-12 1-3 7-8 7 4 31 3-8 1-3 0-0 4 3 39 12-18 5-7 1-3 7 2 40 7-14 3-6 4-4 7 3 31 2-6 1-4 2-2 2 4 36 5-8 3-5 6-7 10 3 27 3-4 2-2 2-2 2 5 37 5-9 1-4 0-0 7 2 25 4-11 2-5 5-5 5 4 30 4-9 1-5 7-9 10 2 34 1-10 0-5 2-2 4 3

A TO BLK STL 1 3 1 0 2 3 0 0 5 3 0 0 1 3 0 0 2 1 0 4 2 2 1 3 2 3 0 3 5 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 3 3 0 2 1 2 2 3 2 2 0 0 3 3 1 2 4 4 0 1 4 1 0 1 0 2 0 3 5 2 0 1 0 2 0 3 5 0 0 1 0 5 1 1 1 4 0 3 2 2 0 0 3 2 0 2 5 6 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 1 2 2 1 1 5 0 2 1 2 0 1

Pts 12 7 7 22 18 5 8 15 11 9 16 20 14 10 21 1 15 11 20 15 10 7 30 21 7 19 10 11 15 16 4

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2009-10 SEASON Opponent Min FG-A 3FG-A Niagara 25 1-3 0-1 at Missouri State 25 3-9 1-5 vs. UCF 27 3-11 3-8 vs. IUPUI 35 6-8 3-4 vs. North Carolina St. 20 1-5 0-2 High Point 20 3-5 2-3 at Alabama A&M 14 2-6 0-2 Troy 12 0-2 0-1 Virginia 14 1-5 0-3 at Florida State 12 0-5 0-3 Sam Houston State 12 0-1 0-1 Alabama State 9 0-2 0-2 Charleston Southern 10 1-1 0-0 Georgia Southern 6 0-3 0-2 West Georgia 11 0-3 0-3 South Carolina 3 0-1 0-1 at Tennessee 17 1-3 1-3 Kentucky 5 0-1 0-0 at LSU 14 1-2 0-1 at Vanderbilt 8 0-1 0-0 Ole Miss 10 1-4 0-2 Alabama 2 0-0 0-0 at Arkansas 4 0-1 0-1 Georgia 6 0-2 0-1 at Mississippi State 9 1-3 1-2 at Florida 13 2-4 1-2 Arkansas 7 0-1 0-0 at Ole Miss 6 1-2 0-1 LSU 29 2-7 2-7 Mississippi State 25 1-6 1-5 at Alabama 11 0-2 0-2 vs. Florida 7 0-0 0-0

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

Reb 5 5 6 4 6 3 5 1 4 2 3 1 1 2 6 1 1 1 2 3 4 0 3 2 2 3 4 4 6 5 1 1

PF 1 3 3 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 3 2 1 0 0 0 4 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 0 0

A TO BLK STL 2 1 0 2 1 3 0 5 3 0 0 3 1 3 2 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 4 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Pts 6 7 9 16 2 12 5 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 3 5 2 3 6 3 0 0


JABARI BROWN

Junior - Guard Oakland, Calif. / Oregon #32 – 6-5, 214 Pounds AT MIZZOU 2012-13: Made an immediate impact after becoming eligible following the completion of the fall semester ... Played in 24 games for the Tigers, making 23 starts ... Finished second on the team with 32.7 minutes played per game ... Started the season’s final 23 games and averaged 13.7 points and 3.4 rebounds ... Saw that average increase to a team-leading 14.6 points during Southeastern Conference play ... Led the team with 56 three-point makes and shot 37 percent from beyond the arc on the year ... In league play, Brown ranked No. 7 in the SEC in scoring (14.6), No. 9 in free throw percentage (.778), No. 6 in three-point percentage (.376) and No. 5 in three-point makes per game (2.3) ... Had five 20 point performances, tying for third on the club in that category ... All-five 20-point games came in league play and the Tigers were 5-0 in those contests, including 23 points in wins at South Carolina and at home vs. Arkansas ... Scored 22 points in the SEC-opener against Alabama, 21 points vs. Vanderbilt and 20 points at Mississippi State ... Was a capable passer that had 11 games with multiple assists, including a career high five assists at South Carolina and four vs. Texas A&M in the SEC Tournament ... Had 16 games with multiple three-pointers including five against Alabama and four in road games at UCLA, Florida and LSU ... Had a string of 11 consecutive games in double figures to begin SEC play and reached double figures in scoring in 18-of-24 games played. 2011-12: Transferred to Mizzou from the University of Oregon just after the start of the season and will be classified as a redshirt sophomore in 2012-13 ... Will be eligible for competition after the completion of the 2012 fall semester. 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook

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AT OREGON: 2011-12: Started the first two games of the 2011-12 season for Oregon before deciding to transfer ... Averaged 6.0 points in 25.5 minutes per contest in his two games with the Ducks. HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked the No. 19 national prospect in the class of 2011 and named a Jordan Brand AllAmerican ... Averaged nearly one point per minute in the All-America Game, scoring 14 points in 15 minutes ... Averaged 23.8 points and 4.1 rebounds per game as a senior at Oakland High School ... Started his junior season at Findlay Prep (Nev.) where he averaged 16 points per game before transferring mid-year to Oakland High School ... Averaged 23.5 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game at Oakland High the rest of his junior campaign ... Led Oakland High to second round of the state playoffs.

Season/Career Bests

Points 2012-13................................................23, twice Career.........................................................same Field Goals Made 2012-13..................................................8, twice Career.........................................................same Field Goals Attempted 2012-13............................18 at Florida, 1-19-13 Career.........................................................same 3-pt Field Goals Made 2012-13............................5 vs. Alabama, 1-8-13 Career.........................................................same 3-pt Field Goals Attempted 2012-13............................11 at Florida, 1-19-13 Career.........................................................same Free Throws Made 2012-13........................... 8 vs. Arkansas, 3-5-13 Career.........................................................same

PERSONAL: Born in Berkeley, Calif. ... Son of David and Fannie Brown. Free Throws Attempted 2012-13..................................................9, twice Career........................................... 9, three times Rebounds 2012-13...........................................7, five times Career.........................................................same Assists 2012-13................. 5 at South Carolina, 2-28-13 Career.........................................................same Blocks 2012-13...........................1 at Kentucky, 2-23-13 Career.........................................................same Steals 2012-13.............. 3 at Mississippi State, 2-13-13 Career.........................................................same

Season 2011-12 2012-13 TOTAL

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G-GS MIN 2-2 51 25-24 818 27-26 869

MPG 25.5 32.7 32.2

FG-A FG% 3-11 .273 101-250 .404 104-261 .398

3FG-A 1-7 56-153 57-160

3FG% .143 .366 .356

FT-A 5-12 84-107 89-119

FT% .417 .785 .748

REB / AVG. 4 / 2.0 85 / 3.4 89 / 3.3

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AST / TO 1 / 11 35 / 43 36 / 54

BS / S TP AVG. 0 / 1 12 6.0 1 / 17 342 13.7 1 / 18 354 13.1


JABARI BROWN - CAREER GAME-BY-GAME BOX SCORES 2012-13 SEASON Opponent S. Carolina State Illinois at UCLA Bucknell Alabama at Ole Miss Georgia at Florida South Carolina Vanderbilt at LSU Auburn at Texas A&M Ole Miss at Miss. State at Arkansas Florida at Kentucky at S. Carolina LSU Arkansas at Tennessee vs. Texas A&M vs. Ole Miss vs. Colorado State

Min FG-A 3FG-A FT-A 20 3-9 1-7 5-6 35 5-10 3-7 5-6 39 5-13 4-8 0-0 35 1-9 1-4 0-0 37 7-11 5-7 3-4 38 4-13 2-7 3-3 22 4-8 3-6 4-6 37 5-18 4-11 2-2 38 5-16 2-9 5-8 32 8-12 4-8 1-1 39 5-13 4-10 5-8 29 2-8 0-5 7-7 35 2-4 1-2 6-6 36 5-11 3-7 1-1 29 7-11 3-6 3-4 30 2-10 1-5 3-4 35 3-10 3-9 3-4 43 2-6 1-4 2-2 23 8-10 2-3 5-9 26 2-5 0-2 0-1 31 6-12 3-6 8-9 35 2-7 0-2 2-2 30 2-5 1-2 5-6 36 3-9 2-7 1-3 28 3-10 3-9 5-5

Reb 1 7 7 5 2 7 2 1 7 3 7 4 2 3 3 4 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 5 1

PF 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 0 1 4 2 2 1 2 4 1 3 2 3 0 2 1 3 4

A TO BLK STL 3 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 5 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 3 1 0 3 3 5 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 3 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0

Pts 12 18 14 3 22 13 15 16 17 21 19 11 11 14 20 8 12 7 23 4 23 6 10 9 14

2011-12 SEASON Opponent at Vanderbilt Eastern Washington

Min FG-A 25 2-7 26 1-4

Reb 2 2

PF 1 2

A 1 0

Pts 7 5

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TO 6 5

BLK 0 0

STL 0 1

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JORDAN CLARKSON

Junior - Guard San Antonio, Texas / Tulsa #5 – 6-5, 193 Pounds AT MIZZOU 2012-13: Sat out the season as a transfer from Tulsa and will be classified as a redshirt junior ... Practiced with Mizzou and brings good size, scoring and ball-handling ability to the Tiger backcourt ... Had the opportunity to play at the Kevin Durant Skills Academy in Chicago in June (2012) and was an instructor at the Chris Paul Camp in August (2013). AT TULSA: A two-year letterwinner ... Played in 58 career games with 40 starts ... Scored double-digit points in 44 career games ... Had career averages of 14.2 points, 3.0 rebounds and 2.3 assists. 2011-12: Played and started all 31 games ... Averaged a teambest 33.9 minutes of playing time ... Was a first-team all-Conference USA selection ... Selected to the NABC All-District 11 Team ... Led the team with 16.5 points, 2.5 assists and 3.9 rebounds per game ... Scored double-digit points in 29-of-31 games, including the last 28 contests ... Finished second in Conference USA in scoring ... Scored 20 points in eight games, including five of the last 10 contests ... Led Tulsa in scoring in 21 games, assists 14 times and steals in 10 games ... One of only 12 sophomores in school history to score more than 400 points in a season ... Named C-USA Player of the Week on Jan. 30 ... Put up 23 points and made five threes vs. Rice (2/18) ... Scored 21 points vs. Houston (2/11) ... Tallied 21 points - including six crucial points in a row in the final 2:06 - in the win over Marshall (2/4) ... Scored 22 points on 9-of-14 shooting, made 3-of-4 three-pointers, and added six rebounds, matching a career high with six assists and setting a new career high with four blocks at SMU (1/28) ... Matched his career high with 23 points, made all five three-pointers and hit a new personal best with six assists at East Carolina (1/14) ... Matched a career-high with 23 points on 6-of-12 shooting, making 9-of-11 free throws, and adding five assists at TCU ... Scored a career-high 23 points on 9-of-18 shooting, and added four assists and six rebounds at Missouri State (11/26). 2010-11: Played in 27 games with nine starts ... Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman team ... Missed four games in December due to an ankle injury and the Feb. 26 game due to a concussion ... Averaged 11.5 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.9 assists ... Finished third among C-USA freshmen in scoring ... Scored 310 points, the third-most by a TU freshman ... Scored double-digit points in 16 games ... Was named the

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Conference USA Freshman of the Week four times ... Was named C-USA Freshman of the Week (3/7) after averaging 15.0 ppg, totaling 30 points, and making 12-of-13 free throws in wins over Rice and Southern Miss ... Was named C-USA Freshman of the Week (2/21) after averaging 17.0 ppg and shooting 67 percent from the floor (10-of-15), while making 12-of-13 free throws in wins over ECU and SMU ... Was named C-USA Freshman of the Week (11/29) for his performance at the 76 Classic, averaging 16.0 points on 48-percent shooting. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a three-year letterwinner and a three-year starter at Karen Wagner High School ... Was named the San Antonio High School Player of the Year as a senior ... Ranked as the state of Texas’ fourth-best prospect as selected by Texashoops.com ... Helped lead his Wagner High School team to a combined 105-14 record in three seasons ... Averaged 18.9 points, 6.1 rebounds 3.4 assists and 2.1 steals during his senior campaign while leading his team to a 38-2 record and semifinal loss in the state championship ... Shot 58-percent from the field and 36-percent from the three-point range as a senior ... Was 2010 McDonald’s All-America Finalist ... Averaged 20 points, six rebounds and four assists per game as a junior, while leading his team to a 32-8 record and the Class 5A state semifinals ... Earned first-team all-state honors by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) ... High school coach was Clifton Ellis. PERSONAL: His father is Mike Clarkson, mother is Annette Davis and stepmother is Janie Clarkson ... Born June 7, 1992 ... Favorite sports movie is ‘He Got Game’ ... Favorite NBA player is Lebron James ... His favorite athlete is Floyd Mayweather, Jr. ... The most memorable place he has visited is Disney World in Orlando, Florida ... Soccer was his favorite game as a child ... His nickname is “J”.

Season/Career Bests

Points 2011-12........................................ 23, four times Career.........................................................same Field Goals Made 2011-12..................................................9, twice Career.........................................................same Field Goals Attempted 2011-12.............. 18 at Missouri State, 11-26-11 Career.........................................................same 3-pt Field Goals Made 2011-12..................................................5, twice Career.........................................................same 3-pt Field Goals Attempted 2011-12................................... 7 at UTEP, 2-8-12 Career.........................................................same Free Throws Made 2011-12..................................................9, twice Career...... 10 vs. Cal-State Northridge, 11-28-10 Free Throws Attempted 2011-12................................................11, twice Career......................................... 11, three times Rebounds 2011-12..................................................8, twice Career.........................................................same Assists 2011-12..................................................6, twice Career.........................................................same Blocks 2011-12................................. 4 at SMU, 1-28-12 Career.........................................................same Steals 2011-12............................. 6 at Houston, 1-4-12 Career.........................................................same

Season G-GS MIN 2010-11 27-9 672 2011-12 31-31 1,052 TOTAL 58-40 1,724

MPG 24.9 33.9 29.7

FG-A FG% 97-224 .433 167-384 .435 264-608 .434

3FG-A 20-66 43-115 63-181

3FG% .303 .374 .348

FT-A FT% 96-121 .793 134-171 .784 230-292 .788

REB / AVG. 56 / 2.1 120 / 3.9 176 / 3.0

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AST / TO 52 / 78 79 / 83 131 / 161

BS / S 3 / 20 17 / 29 20 / 49

TP 310 511 821

AVG. 11.5 16.5 14.2

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JORDAN CLARKSON - CAREER GAME-BY-GAME BOX SCORES 2011-12 SEASON Opponent UALR SE Louisiana vs. Western Kentucky vs. Northwestern vs. St. Joseph’s at Jackson State at Missouri State at Oklahoma State Arizona State Wichita State Texas-Arlington Creighton Mercer at TCU at Houston SMU UTEP at East Carolina Tulane at Rice UCF at SMU Marshall at UTEP Houston Southern Miss Rice at Tulane at UAB Memphis vs. Marshall

Min FG-A 3FG-A 24 3-8 0-3 31 0-6 0-3 29 4-12 1-4 33 4-12 2-4 31 7-13 2-4 33 6-10 2-2 40 9-18 1-5 30 6-14 0-3 33 4-16 0-1 37 6-16 3-6 37 4-12 0-4 31 5-15 0-3 34 4-11 0-1 29 6-12 2-3 38 6-15 0-1 35 6-10 2-5 31 3-8 1-2 35 7-9 5-5 37 5-11 3-4 33 6-14 0-3 32 3-7 0-3 35 9-14 3-4 33 7-11 2-3 36 6-13 1-7 34 7-16 2-5 42 6-17 2-5 33 6-12 5-6 32 6-12 1-5 35 8-17 1-4 34 5-12 1-3 45 3-11 1-4

FT-A Reb 9-11 4 4-4 5 0-2 4 6-6 5 3-5 2 5-8 8 4-7 6 6-8 4 7-8 7 3-7 3 6-6 8 4-5 2 4-8 5 9-11 3 0-0 1 0-0 6 3-3 1 4-6 3 3-3 4 2-2 6 9-10 1 1-2 6 5-7 3 3-4 5 5-5 3 3-3 4 6-6 4 2-2 0 4-4 3 7-9 2 7-9 2

PF 4 1 1 3 4 0 2 4 4 2 2 3 3 3 0 1 1 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 5

A TO BLK STL 1 5 0 0 3 2 0 0 3 2 0 1 4 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 2 3 4 2 0 1 2 4 1 4 5 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 3 6 0 1 1 2 1 0 1 5 1 0 5 3 1 0 1 4 0 6 2 2 1 1 3 3 0 0 6 2 0 0 2 3 1 1 2 1 1 0 3 3 1 0 6 4 4 2 2 2 0 0 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 6 1 2 1 3 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 3 3 0 0 2 7 0 2

Pts 15 4 9 16 19 19 23 18 15 18 14 14 12 23 12 14 10 23 16 14 15 22 21 16 21 17 23 15 21 18 14

2010-11 SEASON Opponent Appalachian State Oral Roberts Missouri State vs. UNLV vs. Stanford vs. CS-Northridge at UALR Oklahoma State Princeton at UTEP Rice at Arizona State UAB at Houston at Tulane SMU UTEP at Memphis Houston UCF at East Carolina at SMU at Marshall at Rice Southern Miss vs. Rice vs. UTEP

Min FG-A 3FG-A 28 3-8 0-3 24 5-9 1-1 34 5-10 1-2 24 2-5 0-1 32 6-12 0-2 24 4-8 1-2 34 6-14 2-4 28 3-8 0-2 11 1-4 1-1 17 1-3 1-1 28 3-7 1-2 12 2-5 0-1 29 2-3 0-0 20 2-10 1-5 25 4-10 1-5 19 2-5 1-1 25 5-11 1-3 29 3-8 2-5 30 2-10 1-4 18 1-5 0-3 19 4-6 1-2 29 6-9 1-2 27 5-11 0-3 25 4-10 0-3 28 4-11 2-5 25 7-10 1-1 28 5-12 0-2

FT-A Reb 2-4 1 6-6 3 2-4 3 5-6 0 8-12 2 10-11 1 0-0 5 2-3 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 8-9 1 0-0 1 1-2 2 0-2 2 2-2 2 0-0 1 3-4 3 7-8 0 3-5 5 1-2 2 8-8 1 4-5 2 6-7 1 4-5 5 8-8 1 6-7 5 0-1 4

PF 2 2 1 3 0 3 4 3 2 2 0 4 4 4 1 2 1 0 3 5 3 3 2 4 1 1 4

A TO BLK STL 2 6 0 1 1 1 0 0 3 4 0 1 0 5 0 1 3 5 0 2 2 4 0 1 3 7 0 0 2 3 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 3 0 0 2 2 0 1 1 3 0 1 3 6 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 3 2 0 1 2 1 0 0 4 2 0 0 3 2 0 4 2 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 5 0 1 3 2 0 3 1 2 0 0 2 1 0 0

Pts 8 17 13 9 20 19 14 8 3 3 15 4 5 5 11 5 14 15 8 3 17 17 16 12 18 21 10

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DANNY

FELDMANN

Junior - Forward

Jefferson City, Mo. / Columbia Univ.

#31 – 6-9, 225 Pounds

AT MIZZOU: 2012-13: Played in 12 games as a reserve forward, scoring a career high four points in the win over South Carolina State and two more vs. Appalachian State ... Averaged 0.5 points and 0.4 rebounds in his 12 appearances ... Saw playing time in seven SEC games including three minutes at both Florida and Mississippi State ... Grabbed a rebound at Florida and one board in the home win against Arkansas. 2011-12: Sat out the season as a transfer from Columbia (N.Y.) University and will be classified as a redshirt sophomore for the 2012-13 campaign. AT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY: 2010-11: Played 20 minutes off the bench vs. Harvard and had two blocked shots and a steal ... drained a key three-pointer at Yale ... finished with two points and three rebounds in season-high 18 minutes vs. Princeton ... scored two points and had a rebound in eight minutes of win at Cornell ... in season debut vs. Union, played 10 minutes off the bench and scored four points on 2-of-3 shooting and added a rebound.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played four years of basketball ... team captain as a senior ... McDonald’s High School All-American nominee as a senior ... two-time all-state honoree ... twice named all-district ... averaged 17 points, seven rebounds and two blocks per game as a senior ... averaged nearly 16 points per game with eight rebounds per game as a junior ... two-time academic all-state selection. PERSONAL: Full name is John Daniel Feldmann ... Born Sept. 11, 1991 in Jefferson City, Mo.

Season/Career Bests

Points 2012-13..... 4 vs. South Carolina State, 12-17-12 Career.....................................................4, twice Field Goals Made 2012-13..... 2 vs. South Carolina State, 12-17-12 Career.....................................................2, twice Field Goals Attempted 2012-13..................................................2, twice Career.....................................................3, twice 3-pt Field Goals Made 2012-13........................................................ N/A Career........................................1 at Yale, 2-5-11 3-pt Field Goals Attempted 2012-13........... 1 vs. Appalachian State, 12-1-12 Career.....................................................2, twice Free Throws Made 2012-13........................................................ N/A Career.........................................................same Free Throws Attempted 2012-13........................................................ N/A Career................................... 2 vs. Union, 1-8-11 Rebounds 2012-13...........................................1, five times Career........................... 2 vs. Princeton, 2-11-11 Assists 2012-13........................................................ N/A Career.....................................................1, twice Blocks 2012-13........................................................ N/A Career.............................. 2 vs. Harvard, 2-19-11 Steals 2012-13........................................................ N/A Career.....................................................1, twice

Season G-GS MIN MPG FG-A FG% 3FG-A 2010-11 11-0 89 8.1 5-12 .417 1-7 2011-12 2012-13 12-0 26 2.2 3-4 .750 0-1 TOTAL 23-0 115 5.0 8-16 .500 1-8

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3FG% FT-A FT% REB / AVG. AST / TO BS / S TP AVG. .143 0-2 .000 8 / 0.7 2 / 4 5 / 2 11 1.0 DNP-Redshirt (Transfer) .000 0-0 .000 5 / 0.4 0 / 4 0 / 0 6 0.5 .125 0-2 .000 13 / 0.6 2 / 8 5 / 2 17 0.7

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DANNY FELDMANN - CAREER GAME-BY-GAME BOX SCORES 2012-13 SEASON Opponent Alcorn State Nicholls State App. State Tennessee State S. Carolina State at Ole Miss Georgia at Florida Auburn at Miss. State Arkansas vs. Texas A&M

Min FG-A 3FG-A 1 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 2 1-2 0-1 2 0-0 0-0 5 2-2 0-0 4 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 3 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 3 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0

FT-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Reb 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

PF 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

A TO BLK STL 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2010-11 SEASON Opponent Union at Cornell at Harvard at Dartmouth at Yale Princeton Penn Harvard at Penn at Princeton Brown

Min FG-A 3FG-A 10 2-3 0-1 8 1-1 0-0 7 0-0 0-0 1 1-2 0-0 6 1-1 1-2 18 0-0 0-0 5 0-3 0-0 20 0-1 0-2 8 0-0 0-1 3 0-0 0-0 3 0-1 0-1

FT-A 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Reb 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0

PF 2 2 1 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 2

A TO BLK STL 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 4 2 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0

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COREY HAITH

Sophomore - Guard

Miami, Fla. / Rock Bridge (Mo.) #4 – 5-10, 174 Pounds AT MIZZOU: 2012-13: Played in 10 games, tying a career high with five minutes of action in wins against South Carolina State and at Mississippi State ... Scored five points on a three-pointer and two free throws at Mississippi State ... Added a steal in that Feb. 13 win ... Had two assists against South Carolina State and recorded one rebound vs. Appalachian State. High School: Played one season for Head Coach Jim Scanlon at Rock Bridge High School in Columbia, but battled injury as a senior ...Still managed to help the club to a 24-5 overall record and a District crown ... Began his high school career at Palmer Trinity in Miami ... Averaged 15 points per game as a junior, including scoring a career high 48 points in one contest. Personal: Son of Pam and Frank Haith ... Has one sister, Brianna ... Would like to become a dentist after graduation ... Born in College Station, Texas.

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COREY HAITH - CAREER GAME-BY-GAME BOX SCORES 2012-13 SEASON Opponent Alcorn State Nicholls State App. State Tennessee State S. Carolina State Auburn at Miss. State at S. Carolina Arkansas vs. Texas A&M

Min FG-A 3FG-A 1 0-1 0-1 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 5 0-4 0-4 1 0-0 0-0 5 1-2 1-2 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0

FT-A 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

Reb 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

Points

PF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

A TO BLK STL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0

Season/Career Bests

2012-13.................. 5 vs. Mississippi State, 2-13-13 Career..............................................................same Field Goals Made 2012-13.................. 1 vs. Mississippi State, 2-13-13 Career..............................................................same Field Goals Attempted 2012-13.......... 4 vs. South Carolina State, 12-17-12 Career..............................................................same 3-pt Field Goals Made 2012-13.................. 1 vs. Mississippi State, 2-13-13 Career..............................................................same 3-pt Field Goals Attempted 2012-13.......... 4 vs. South Carolina State, 12-17-12 Career..............................................................same Free Throws Made 2012-13........................................................1 twice Career..............................................................same Free Throws Attempted 2012-13.......................................................2, twice Career..............................................................same Rebounds 2012-13.......................................................1, twice Career..............................................................same Assists 2012-13.......... 2 vs. South Carolina State, 12-17-12 Career..............................................................same Blocks 2012-13............................................................. N/A Career..............................................................same Steals 2012-13.......................................................1, twice Career..............................................................same Season G-GS MIN 2012-13 10-0 18 TOTAL 10-0 18

MPG FG-A 1.8 1-7 1.8 1-7

FG% 3FG-A .143 1-7 .143 1-7

3FG% FT-A .143 2-4 .143 2-4

FT% .500 .500

REB / AVG. AST / TO BS / S TP AVG. 2 / 0.2 2 / 0 0 / 2 5 0.5 2 / 0.2 2 / 0 0 / 2 5 0.5

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STEFAN JANKOVIC

Sophomore - Forward Mississauga, Ontario / Huntington Prep (W.V.) #35 – 6-11, 242 Pounds AT MIZZOU: 2012-13: Played in 25 games, making two starts vs. South Carolina State and Georgia ... Averaged 3.0 points and 1.4 rebounds in 7.9 minutes a contest ... Reached double digits in scoring in back-to-back games, scoring 14 points in the win over Tennessee State and 11 points in his first career start vs. South Carolina State ... Added five key second-half points in Missouri’s win over Bucknell to close the non-conference season ... Ranked sixth on the team with 12 three-point makes ... Dished a career high four assists in the win over Alcorn State, while chipping in eight points and five boards ... Added seven points in a home win against Georgia and seven points at Florida ... Was an excellent foul shooter, hitting 18-of-20 tries (.900). HIGH SCHOOL: Played for one of the country’s top prep programs at Huntington Prep in Huntington, W. Va. ... Helped the team to a 28-2 overall record and a Top 50 national ranking ... Averaged 9.5 points, 7.1 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 1.1 blocks for a balanced squad ... Averaged nearly 13 points at Huntington Prep as a junior ... Began his junior season at Kiski Prep in Saltsburg, Pa., and averaged 22 points and nearly 10 rebounds and eight assists ... Averaged 17 points and eight rebounds as a sophomore at Kiski ... Scored 23 points and grabbed 12 boards in a highprofile win over Lumiere (Ind.) School in the National Prep Showcase ... Recorded a quadruple-double as a sophomore with 18 points, 10 assists, 12 boards and 10 blocked shots ... Highest scoring game was 49 points 28

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... Started his high school career in Canada Season/Career Bests at Xavier High School in Mississauga, Points Ontario, and averaged an incredible 33 2012-13........... 14 vs. Tennessee State, 12-8-12 points and 10 boards per game as a rookie. Career........................................................same PERSONAL: Son of Aida and Drago Jankovic ... Has one brother, Andreas ... Would like to study Hotel/Restaurant Management at Missouri ... Born in Belgrade, Serbia ... His father was a professional handball player and his grandfather played professional soccer ... Family moved to Canada in the 1990s.

Field Goals Made 2012-13.................................................4, twice Career........................................................same Field Goals Attempted 2012-13.................................................7, twice Career........................................................same 3-pt Field Goals Made 2012-13....................................... 2, three times Career........................................................same 3-pt Field Goals Attempted 2012-13............. 5 vs. Tennessee State, 12-8-12 Career........................................................same Free Throws Made 2012-13....................................... 4, three times Career........................................................same Free Throws Attempted 2012-13.................................................4, twice Career........................................................same Rebounds 2012-13.................................................5, twice Career........................................................same Assists 2012-13................. 4 vs. Alcorn State, 11-13-12 Career........................................................same Blocks 2012-13................. 3 vs. Alcorn State, 11-13-12 Career........................................................same Steals 2012-13............................. 3 at Florida, 1-19-13 Career........................................................same

Season G-GS MIN 2012-13 25-2 197 TOTAL 25-2 197

MPG FG-A FG% 3FG-A 7.9 23-63 .365 12-38 7.9 23-63 .365 12-38

3FG% FT-A FT% .316 18-20 .900 .316 18-20 .900

REB / AVG. AST / TO BS / S TP AVG. 36 / 1.4 9 / 8 7 / 6 76 3.0 36 / 1.4 9 / 8 7 / 6 76 3.0

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STEFAN JANKOVIC - CAREER GAME-BY-GAME BOX SCORES 2012-13 SEASON Opponent SIUE Alcorn State Nicholls State Stanford Louisville VCU App. State Tennessee State S. Carolina State at UCLA Bucknell Alabama at Ole Miss Georgia at Florida South Carolina Vanderbilt at LSU Auburn Ole Miss at Miss. State at S. Carolina Arkansas vs. Texas A&M vs. Colorado State

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Min FG-A 3FG-A FT-A Reb 9 2-2 2-2 1-1 1 22 2-6 0-2 4-4 5 9 0-3 0-0 0-0 2 8 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 12 0-3 0-2 1-2 4 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 3 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 16 4-7 2-5 4-4 5 16 4-7 1-4 2-3 1 4 1-2 1-2 0-0 0 15 2-2 1-1 0-0 3 11 0-4 0-1 0-0 2 4 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 11 2-5 1-4 2-2 2 13 2-6 1-3 2-2 0 9 0-3 0-3 2-2 2 12 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 3 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 1 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 7 2-3 2-3 0-0 2 3 1-1 1-1 0-0 1 3 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 3 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0

PF A TO BLK STL Pts 5 1 0 0 0 7 4 4 0 3 2 8 4 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 14 2 0 1 0 1 11 2 0 0 1 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 5 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 7 2 0 1 0 3 7 2 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 6 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

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RYAN

ROSBURG

Sophomore - Forward Chesterfield, Mo. / Marquette H.S.

#44 – 6-10, 252 Pounds

AT MIZZOU: 2012-13: Played in 31 games as a reserve for Alex Oriakhi at center and averaged 6.9 minutes per contest ... Averaged 1.0 points and 1.3 rebounds and developed into one of the team’s better post defenders towards the end of the season ... Scored a season high six points in the win over South Carolina State ... Added five points in the win over Stanford ... Top rebounding game came against Alcorn State where he grabbed seven overall, including six on the offensive glass ... Grabbed 51 percent of his rebounds on the offensive glass (21 offensive, 20 defensive) ... Top rebounding games in SEC play came on the road at Florida and Mississippi State when he grabbed four in each contest. HIGH SCHOOL: One of Missouri’s top players his final two seasons of high school and twice earned allstate honors ... Was named the Suburban West Conference Player of the Year as a senior, averaging 19.7 points and 10.7 rebounds ... Finished with 1,862 career points, second all-time in school history and is the school’s career leaders in rebounding and blocked shots ... Grabbed a school record 24 rebounds in one game as a senior ... Named First Team All-Metro by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch as a senior ... Was a four time Suburban West First Team pick ... Led Marquette High School to a 20-12 overall record and a fourth place finish in the 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook

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Class 5A State Championship ... Led the Mustangs to back-to-back District titles ... Team went 18-11 as a junior en route to that championship ... Won numerous team and school awards, including the US Army Reserve National Scholar-Athlete Award and the Circle Character Award ... Volunteered in the school’s elementary school tutoring program ... Coached in high school by Shane Matzen and in AAU with the Gateway Basketball Club by Kevin McArthy ... Was a finalist for Mr. Show-Me Basketball as a senior. PERSONAL: Son of Cindy and Paul Rosburg ... Has one brother, Andy, who played at Mizzou in 2011-12 ... Is majoring in Business ... Also enjoys playing volleyball.

Season/Career Bests

Points 2012-13.... 6 vs. South Carolina State, 12-17-12 Career........................................................same Field Goals Made 2012-13.... 3 vs. South Carolina State, 12-17-12 Career........................................................same Field Goals Attempted 2012-13.... 4 vs. South Carolina State, 12-17-12 Career........................................................same 3-pt Field Goals Made 2012-13....................................................... N/A Career........................................................same 3-pt Field Goals Attempted 2012-13....................................................... N/A Career........................................................same Free Throws Made 2012-13.................................................2, twice Career........................................................same Free Throws Attempted 2012-13...................................... 2, seven times Career........................................................same Rebounds 2012-13.... 7 vs. South Carolina State, 11-13-12 Career........................................................same Assists 2012-13.................................................2, twice Career........................................................same Blocks 2012-13........................................... 1, six times Career........................................................same Steals 2012-13.......................... 1 at Ole Miss, 1-12-13 Career........................................................same

Season G-GS MIN 2012-13 31-0 213 TOTAL 31-0 213

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MPG FG-A FG% 3FG-A 6.9 11-27 .407 0-0 6.9 11-27 .407 0-0

3FG% FT-A .000 8-14 .000 8-14

FT% .571 .571

REB / AVG. AST / TO BS / S TP AVG. 41 / 1.3 7 / 6 6 / 1 30 1.0 41 / 1.3 7 / 6 6 / 1 30 1.0

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RYAN ROSBURG - CAREER GAME-BY-GAME BOX SCORES 2012-13 SEASON Opponent SIUE Alcorn State Nicholls State Stanford Louisville VCU App. State SEMO Tennessee State S. Carolina State at UCLA Bucknell Alabama at Ole Miss Georgia at Florida South Carolina Vanderbilt at LSU Auburn at Texas A&M Ole Miss at Miss. State at Arkansas Florida at Kentucky at S. Carolina Arkansas at Tennessee vs. Texas A&M vs. Ole Miss

Min FG-A 3FG-A FT-A Reb 1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 9 0-1 0-0 1-2 7 9 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 10 2-4 0-0 1-2 2 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 13 1-3 0-0 0-2 3 9 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 7 1-3 0-0 0-0 1 14 3-4 0-0 0-0 2 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 17 1-3 0-0 0-0 1 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 23 0-1 0-0 1-2 4 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 5 0-0 0-0 2-2 3 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 10 0-1 0-0 2-2 2 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 11 1-3 0-0 0-0 4 7 0-0 0-0 1-2 2 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 5 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0

PF A TO BLK STL Pts 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 5 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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DEUCE BELLO

Junior - Guard Greensboro, N.C. / Baylor #10 – 6-4, 177 Pounds AT MIZZOU: 2013-14: Will sit out the 2013-14 season after transferring from Baylor University … Will be classified as a redshirt junior for the 2014-15 season. AT BAYLOR: 2012-13: Played in 36 games for Baylor as a sophomore and averaged 2.4 points and 1.4 rebounds in 10.9 minutes per game … Ranked fourth on the club with 20 steals and his 45.3 percent shooting from the floor ranked among team leaders … Was tied for fourth on the team with 25 offensive rebounds and was fourth with 10 blocked shots … Reached double figures in scoring twice, including 10 points on 4-of-5 shooting vs. Long Beach State in the opening game of the Postseason NIT … Top scoring Big 12 game came at Texas when he was a perfect 3-of-3 from the floor for seven points … Added four rebounds vs. the Longhorns … Finished the year hitting 8-of-12 field goal attempts in postseason play. 2011-12: Appeared in 30 games as reserve guard ... Averaged 3.3 points and 1.9 rebounds in 10.3 minutes off bench ... Had four games with multiple steals ... Made Baylor debut in season-opening 77-55 win Nov. 11 vs. Texas Southern, scoring seven points in 15 minutes ... Chipped in eight points and season-high seven rebounds in Nov. 13 win vs. Jackson State ... Scored then-career-high 10 points, including four dunks, in Nov. 29 win over Prairie View A&M ... Added nine points Dec. 14 vs. Bethune-Cookman, including windmill dunk that was No. 2 on SportsCenter’s Top 10 plays ... Later added eight points and six rebounds in 19 minutes in Dec. 19 win vs. Paul Quinn ... Poured in a career-high 13 points 34

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and added 6 rebounds in 22 minutes before fouling out March 10 against Missouri in Big 12 Championship title game ... Added two steals in two NCAA Tournament games - March 15 vs. South Dakota State and March 25 vs. Kentucky ... Named to Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll for fall semester. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner for head coach Pat Khany at Westchester Country Day School in High Point, N.C. ... Rated four-star recruit by ESPN, Rivals.com and Scout.com ... Averaged 19.3 points, 6.9 rebounds and 3.5 assists as junior in 2009-10 ... Four-time all-conference and three-time all-state selection, while earning conference player of the year honors twice ... Averaged 20.0 points, 5.1 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 3.3 steals as sophomore in 2008-09 ... Played in both Jordan Brand Classic Regional Game (North Carolina players only) and 39th Derby Festival Basketball Classic, scoring a game-high 20 points. PERSONAL: Full name is Quddus Tosin Bello ... First name is pronounced kuh-Deuce … Goes by the name “Deuce” ... Son of Bummy Bello ... Born Sept. 19, 1992, in New Brunswick, N.J. ... Majoring in marketing.

Season/Career Bests

Points 2012-13...............................................10, twice Career.......................... 13 vs. Missouri, 3-10-12 Field Goals Made 2012-13........... 4 vs. Long Beach State, 3-20-13 Career............................................ 4, four times Field Goals Attempted 2012-13....................................... 7, three times Career....... 8 vs. South Carolina State, 11-22-11 3-pt Field Goals Made 2012-13.................................................1, twice Career.............................................1, five times 3-pt Field Goals Attempted 2012-13.........................................1, nine times Career....................................................2, twice Free Throws Made 2012-13............ 4 vs. Hardin-Simmons, 1-19-13 Career............................ 5 vs. Missouri, 3-10-12 Free Throws Attempted 2012-13............ 6 vs. Hardin-Simmons, 1-19-13 Career............................ 8 vs. Missouri, 3-10-12 Rebounds 2012-13................................ 5 vs. Texas, 1-5-13 Career.................. 7 vs. Jackson State, 11-13-11 Assists 2012-13............ 3 vs. Hardin-Simmons, 1-19-13 Career........................................................same Blocks 2012-13.........................................1, nine times Career................2 vs. Texas Southern, 11-11-11 Steals 2012-13................ 3 vs. Northwestern, 12-4-12 Career........................................................same

Season 2011-12 2012-13 TOTAL

G-GS 30-0 36-0 66-0

MIN 310 391 701

MPG 10.3 10.9 10.6

FG-A 34-71 34-75 68-146

FG% .479 .453 .466

3FG-A 3-16 2-9 5-25

3FG% .188 .222 .200

FT-A 28-50 15-35 43-85

FT% .560 .429 .506

REB / AVG. 58 / 1.9 52 / 1.4 110 / 1.7

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AST / TO 11 / 26 21 / 30 32 / 56

BS / S 7 / 16 10 / 20 17 / 36

TP 99 85 184

AVG. 3.3 2.4 2.8

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DEUCE BELLO - CAREER GAME-BY-GAME BOX SCORES 2012-13 SEASON Opponent Lehigh Jackson State vs. Boston College vs. Colorado vs. St. John’s College of Charleston at Kentucky Northwestern Lamar BYU at Gonzaga Texas at Texas Tech TCU at Kansas Hardin-Simmons Oklahoma State at TCU Oklahoma at Iowa State at Oklahoma State Texas Tech West Virginia at Kansas State Iowa State at Oklahoma at West Virginia Kansas State at Texas Kansas vs. Oklahoma State Long Beach State Arizona State Providence vs. BYU vs. Iowa

Min FG-A 3FG-A 19 3-3 1-1 19 3-7 0-1 17 2-4 1-1 16 3-7 0-1 2 0-0 0-0 16 0-2 0-0 6 0-1 0-0 17 1-1 0-0 11 1-1 0-0 4 0-1 0-0 1 0-2 0-0 15 1-4 0-0 17 1-1 0-0 18 2-4 0-1 19 0-1 0-0 23 3-7 0-1 3 0-0 0-0 9 1-1 0-0 8 0-4 0-1 7 0-0 0-0 9 1-1 0-0 13 1-4 0-1 3 0-0 0-0 4 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 12 0-1 0-0 9 0-0 0-0 9 0-0 0-0 20 3-3 0-0 13 0-3 0-0 6 0-0 0-0 15 4-5 0-1 14 3-5 0-0 8 1-1 0-0 3 0-0 0-0 5 0-1 0-0

FT-A 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-1 0-0 0-2 1-2 1-2 0-0 1-4 4-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 2-5 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0

Reb 2 4 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 4 0 0 1 1 3 2 0 1 0 4 0 1 4 3 1 1 4 1 0 0

PF 2 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 3 2 1 3 0 1 1 3 5 2 1 0 0 1 1 3 2 2 2 1 4 2 2 0 1 0

A TO BLK STL 2 2 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 3 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 3 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 7 6 5 6 2 0 0 3 3 0 0 3 3 4 1 10 0 2 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 10 6 2 0 0

2011-12 SEASON Opponent Texas Southern Jackson State San Diego State South Carolina State Texas-Arlington Prairie View A&M at Northwestern Bethune-Cookman at BYU Paul Quinn vs. Saint Mary’s at Kansas State Oklahoma State at Kansas Missouri Kansas Missouri Iowa State Kansas State at Texas Oklahoma Texas Tech at Iowa State vs. Kansas State vs. Kansas vs. Missouri vs. S. Dakota State vs. Colorado vs. Xavier vs. Kentucky

Min FG-A 3FG-A 15 3-7 0-1 19 2-3 1-1 8 2-3 1-1 15 2-8 0-2 9 0-3 0-2 17 4-5 0-1 9 0-0 0-0 17 4-5 0-0 6 0-1 0-1 19 3-7 0-1 3 0-1 0-0 5 1-1 0-0 14 1-1 0-0 8 0-1 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 9 2-2 0-0 3 1-2 0-1 2 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 6 0-0 0-0 7 0-0 0-0 12 1-1 1-1 3 0-0 0-0 9 0-1 0-1 14 1-2 0-1 22 4-6 0-1 17 0-3 0-1 11 2-3 0-0 15 0-2 0-0 13 1-3 0-0

FT-A 1-5 3-4 0-0 2-4 0-0 2-3 1-2 1-2 0-0 2-4 0-0 1-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-8 4-6 0-0 1-2 1-2

Reb 1 7 1 4 2 4 2 3 0 6 0 2 1 3 0 1 2 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 6 1 4 1 1

PF 2 3 2 0 2 2 1 0 1 3 0 2 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 1 2 5 2 2 4 3

A TO BLK STL 1 3 2 2 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 4 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2

Pts 7 8 5 6 0 10 1 9 0 8 0 3 4 0 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 13 4 4 1 3

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HAYDEN

BARNARD

Freshman - Forward Aurora, Ill. / Metea Valley

#42 – 6-10, 215 Pounds

HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 7.0 points and 5.0 rebounds for Metea Valley High School in Aurora, Ill., as a senior to help the Mustangs (19-10) to a runner-up finish in the Upstate 8 Conference … Was a key contributor on a 25-5 squad as a junior … Metea Valley won the Upstate 8 and regional crowns that season and advanced to the Illinois Class 4A Sweet 16 … Was ranked as one of the state’s Top 30 recruits by ChicagoHoops.com as a senior … Competed on the AAU circuit with Illinois Fundamental U and the Illinois Heat. PERSONAL: Full name is Hayden Kirk Barnard … Born Jan. 13, 1995, in St. Louis, Mo. … Son of Pam and Jim Barnard … Has one brother, Dylan, is a senior at Mizzou … Parents are both graduates of Mizzou … Plans to major in Finance … Was a leader and member of the Younglife Christian Group and was a Peer Partner, serving as a sports mentor for mentally/physically challenged youth … Would like to work on Wall Street after his playing career.

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WES CLARK

Freshman - Guard Detroit, Mich. / Romulus H.S. #1 – 6-0, 171 Pounds HIGH SCHOOL: Tough-minded floor general that led his team to the 2013 Michigan Class A state championship, a 27-1 overall record and a No. 24 ranking in the final ESPN High School Power Rankings … Defeated formerly undefeated and No. 17 nationally-ranked Pershing High School in the playoffs en route to that state title … One of the top defenders in the state of Michigan his junior and senior seasons … Was named first team all-state each of his final two years as a prep, averaging 12.8 points, 4.0 rebounds and 6.5 assists during his senior season … Nearly recorded a triple-double in a playoff win over Grand Rapids Christian, scoring seven points, dishing nine assists and grabbing eight boards …. Ranked among the Top 100 players nationally by virtually every recruiting service ... Ranked No. 72 nationally by Rivals.com and No. 79 by ESPN.com ... Led Romulus to an 18-7 overall mark as a junior in 2011-12 … Averaged 18 points, 6.2 rebounds, 5.1 assists and 2.3 steals as a junior ... He also shot 57 percent from the floor and 38 percent from three-point range that season. PERSONAL: Full name is Wesley Lavert Clark … Son of Yvette Johnson and Wes Clark Sr. … Born Dec. 12, 1994, in Detroit, Mich. … Is undeclared on a major … Enjoys movies and his favorite movie to this point is Mission Impossible.

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TORREN

JONES

Freshman - Forward Chandler, Ariz. / La Lumiere (Ind.)

#24 – 6-8, 234 Pounds

HIGH SCHOOL: Ranked among the Top 100 players nationally by 247 Sports (No. 94) and among the Top 125 players nationally by Rivals.com (No. 123) … Played his senior season at prep school power La Lumiere (Ind.) after beginning his high school tenure in his home state of Arizona at Basha High School in Chandler, Ariz. … Averaged 11 points and nine rebounds for a talented and balanced La Lumiere squad as a senior … Shot 58 percent from the floor … Helped his team to a 26-6 overall record and a Top 20 ranking in the final ESPN National Poll … Was selected to play in the inaugural West Coast All-Star Classic and scored 13 points to lead the West to a 123-121 win … Also played in the Global All-Star Challenge and had 11 points and nine boards vs. an international squad … Earned all-state recognition from the Arizona Republic his first three seasons while playing at Basha ... Averaged 19.6 points and 10.6 rebounds as a junior, helping his club to a 24-7 overall record ... Broke the school record with 22 rebounds in a win against Kofa ... Added 25 points in that win as well ... Averaged 9.9 rebounds a night as a sophomore ... Was named a Second Team Freshman All-America by MaxPreps.com, averaging 14.2 points, 6.5 rebounds and 3.0 blocks. PERSONAL: Full name is Torren Lorenzo Jones … Son of Cheryl Jones … Born Oct. 28, 1994, in Chicago … Plans to major in Business at Mizzou … Off the basketball court he enjoys cooking … Favorite dish to make is shrimp and pasta.

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KEANAU POST

Junior - Forward Victoria, B.C. / Southwestern Illinois C.C. #45 – 6-11, 268 Pounds JUNIOR COLLEGE: One of the country’s top junior college players as a sophomore … Earned Second Team Junior College All-America honors after averaging 12.3 points and 8.3 rebounds for Southwestern Illinois College … Was named the Great Rivers Athletic Conference MVP in 2013 and was a Region 24 All-First Team selection … Ranked the No. 3 junior college player by Rivals.com … Shot 54.4 percent from the floor and blocked 1.9 shots per game, which ranked No. 27 nationally … Developed as a scorer during his sophomore season and scored a career high 25 points vs. Vincennes … Had seven games with 18+ points … Had 20 points and 17 rebounds in a win over Moraine Valley … Finished 2012-13 with 10 double-doubles. HIGH SCHOOL: Played one season of prep basketball (201011) at Westwind Academy in Phoenix, Ariz. … Began his high school career at Oak Bay in Victoria, British Columbia, where he played for head coach Josh Elsdon … Averaged 12.5 points in league action for Oak Bay and led his club to the 2009-10 AAA Lower Island Zone Championship and was named a tournament All-Star … Was a First Team All-Star All-Lower Island pick in volleyball as well, leading the team in blocks and kills from his middle blocker position … Helped Oak Bay to a second place finish in the 2007-08 Provincial Zone championship as a sophomore. PERSONAL: Full name is Keanau Dennis Post … Son of Jazmynn Post … Born Sept. 4, 1992, in Victoria, British Columbia … Undeclared on a major and enjoys traveling when away from the basketball court.

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ZACH

PRICE

Junior - Forward Cleveland, Ohio / Louisville #25 – 6-10, 250 Pounds AT MIZZOU: 2013-14: Will sit out the 2013-14 season after transferring from the University of Louisville … Will be classified as a redshirt junior for the 2014-15 season. AT LOUISVILLE: 2012-13: Gained his first career start against Duke in November (four pts., three reb.), filling in for the injured Gorgui Dieng ... Started seven games, averaging 2.1 points and 1.9 rebounds as a starter ... His six points at College of Charleston matched a career high and his four rebounds was a season-high ... Swatted a career-high two shots against Miami (Ohio) ... Grabbed eight rebounds and blocked two shots in 11 minutes against Pikeville in the Cardinals’ first exhibition game of the season. 2011-12: Totaled a season-best six points and six rebounds in 15 minutes of action against Fairleigh Dickinson ... Scored his first collegiate points with a bucket against UT Martin in the Cards’ season opener ... Scored 11 points and had four steals in an exhibition victory over the Real Deal Shockers on Aug. 12 on the Cards’ 2011 preseason trip to the Bahamas. HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 11.6 points, 6.9 rebounds and shot 63 percent from the field as a senior in helping Jeffersontown High School post a 25-7 record and reach the regional finals ... First team all-state selection as a senior ... His family moved to Louisville for his senior season after playing the start of his high school career at St. Edward’s in Lakewood, Ohio ... Ranked No. 56 nationally in the ESPN 100, 67th by Rivals. com, No. 63 by USA Today recruiting analyst Rob Harrington, and 65th by Scout.com ... 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook

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Participated in two all-star games, producing six points and 10 rebounds for the White team in the Derby Festival Classic in Louisville’s KFC Yum! Center; and scored eight points in the NeXt All-American Classic in Chicago ... Member of the 2011 Kentucky all-state team ... Averaged 9.1 points per game as a junior at St. Edward’s, capping off his season with a double-double (11 points, 10 rebounds) in St. Edward’s tight 61-57 loss to Mentor in the regional finals of the 2010 Ohio High School Boys Basketball State Championship ... The Eagles finished the year 20-5, while Price garnered honorable-mention All-Northeast Lakes District honors. PERSONAL: Born June 7, 1993 ... Son of Valerie and James Price ... Has one older sister (Jamie) ... Is undeclared on a major at Missouri ... Best basketball advice given to him was to always remain humble and never give up ... Few people know that he can speak Spanish.

Season/Career Bests

Points 2012-13.......6 at College of Charleston, 12-4-12 Career.....................................................6, twice Field Goals Made 2012-13.......3 at College of Charleston, 12-4-12 Career.........................................................same Field Goals Attempted 2012-13.......5 at College of Charleston, 12-4-12 Career.....................................................5, twice 3-pt Field Goals Made 2012-13........................................................ N/A Career.........................................................same 3-pt Field Goals Attempted 2012-13........................................................ N/A Career.........................................................same Free Throws Made 2012-13.................. 2 vs. South Florida, 1-12-13 Career.....................................................2, twice Free Throws Attempted 2012-13..................................................2, twice Career...........4 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson, 12-10-11 Rebounds 2012-13..................................................4, twice Career...........5 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson, 12-10-11 Assists 2012-13........................................................ N/A Career.........................................................same Blocks 2012-13.................2 vs. Miami (Ohio), 11-18-12 Career.........................................................same Steals 2012-13.......1 at College of Charleston, 12-4-12 Career........................................... 1, three times

Season G-GS MIN 2012-13 31-0 213 TOTAL 31-0 213

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MPG FG-A FG% 3FG-A 6.9 11-27 .407 0-0 6.9 11-27 .407 0-0

3FG% FT-A .000 8-14 .000 8-14

FT% .571 .571

REB / AVG. AST / TO BS / S TP AVG. 41 / 1.3 7 / 6 6 / 1 30 1.0 41 / 1.3 7 / 6 6 / 1 30 1.0

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ZACH PRICE - CAREER GAME-BY-GAME BOX SCORES 2012-13 SEASON Opponent Manhattan Samford Miami (Ohio) vs. Missouri vs. Duke Illinois State at College of Charleston UMKC at Memphis FIU vs. Western Kentucky Kentucky at Seton Hall South Florida Notre Dame vs. N. Carolina A&T

Min FG-A 3FG-A 6 0-0 0-0 6 0-0 0-0 14 0-1 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 19 2-3 0-0 6 0-0 0-0 8 3-5 0-0 15 2-2 0-0 10 0-0 0-0 15 1-2 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 5 0-2 0-0 4 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 8 0-0 0-0

FT-A 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-2

Reb 2 1 2 0 3 0 4 3 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

PF 2 3 3 1 2 0 2 3 1 4 0 1 0 1 0 0

A TO BLK STL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 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

Pts 0 1 0 0 4 0 6 5 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0

2011-12 SEASON Opponent Tennessee-Martin Arkansas State Long Beach State IUPUI Fairleigh Dickinson DePaul at Marquette at Pittsburgh Rutgers Connecticut at West Virginia at Cincinnati Pittsburgh South Florida vs. Seton Hall vs. Marquette vs. Notre Dame vs. New Mexico vs. Florida

Min FG-A 3FG-A 10 1-2 0-0 6 1-2 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 8 0-1 0-0 15 2-5 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 5 0-0 0-0 8 0-1 0-0 6 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 3 0-1 0-0 4 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-1 0-0 1 0-0 0-0

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

Reb 1 2 1 1 5 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

PF 3 2 0 0 5 0 1 0 0 2 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

A TO BLK STL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 2 2 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

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SHANE RECTOR

Freshman - Guard Bronx, N.Y. / S. Kent Prep (Conn.) #11 – 6-1, 171 Pounds HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 17.4 points and 7.1 assists as a senior at South Kent School (Conn.) after beginning his high school career at St. Raymond’s High School in Bronx, N.Y. … Led St. Ray’s to a CHSAA Class AA city championship as a junior, the school’s first since 2004 … Finished the year 22-10 and averaged 13.7 points and 6.2 assists, while being named to the CHSAA All-Tournament team … Was named an allconference pick as a junior … Selected to play in the Jordan Brand Classic Regional Game … Scored 12 points and dished eight assists while leading his club to a 114-102 victory at Barclays Center. PERSONAL: Full name is Shane Legend Rector … Son of Tabitha and Deshon Rector … Born August 20, 1994, in Bronx, N.Y. … Undeclared on his major, but would like to continue to work with basketball after his playing career is completed … Enjoys spending time with family and friends away from the court.

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JOHNATHAN WILLIAMS III

Freshman - Forward Memphis, Tenn. / Southwind #3 – 6-9, 208 Pounds HIGH SCHOOL: Earned first team all-state honors from the Tennessee Sports Writers Association as a senior in 2013 after leading Southwind High School to a 34-6 overall record and a state title … Averaged 18.9 points and 9.5 rebounds as a senior and was ranked a Four Star player by virtually every scouting publication including Rivals.com, Scout.com and ESPN.com … Ranked No. 42 nationally by Rivals (No. 13 forward) and No. 55 overall by ESPN ... Threetime all-state honoree in Tennessee … Was named to the Class AAA all-state squad as a sophomore and junior … Averaged 15.7 points as a junior and 17.3 points and 11.5 rebounds as a sophomore … Finished his high school tenure with an 88-17 record … Member of Team USA for both the U17 World Championships and the U16 squad that won the FIBA Americas title in 2011 … Averaged 7.0 points and 4.6 rebounds at the U17 World Championships, shooting 54 percent from the floor in 15.5 minutes a contest. PERSONAL: Full name is Johnathan Lee Williams … Son of Barbara and Johnny Williams … Born May 22, 1995, in Memphis … Would like to study Physical Therapy or Veterinary Medicine at Mizzou … Enjoys movies, spending time with family and friends and being active in his church, as well as Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

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HEAD COACH FRANK HAITH (Elon ‘88) Third Season at Missouri Tenth Season Overall: 182-117 Hometown: Burlington, N.C. Wife: Pam Children: Corey & Brianna

Head Coach Frank Haith begins his third season at the University of Missouri after leading the Tigers to back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances and transitioning the program into its new home, the Southeastern Conference. The winningest coach at Missouri through his first two seasons (53-16, .768), Haith has made an immediate impact at Mizzou, not only with his club’s efforts on the hardwood, but his commitment to the program’s academic advancement and his support of the Columbia community.

While Haith has shown an incredible ability to be well-rounded outside of basketball, it has been his team’s play on the court that has led to record-breaking attendance marks at Mizzou Arena the last two seasons. Last year he became the fastest Tiger head coach to 50 wins and has worked diligently to revamp a roster that has completely transformed in just two years.

Last year en route to Mizzou’s fifth consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament, Haith’s Tigers enjoyed a record-breaking team cumulative GPA of 3.06 and had three players, including starters Jabari Brown and Laurence Bowers, named to the SEC Winter Honor Roll. Bowers later became the first-ever Missouri Basketball player to finish his playing career with a Master’s degree and Haith’s time at Mizzou has resulted in 9-of-10 seniors earning degrees. In the community, Haith has been an active fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Club of Columbia and serves on the Coaches vs. Cancer leadership council. Coaches vs. Cancer was of course co-founded by Mizzou legend Norm Stewart. Haith was also a 2012 recipient of the Key to the City of St. Louis from Mayor Francis Slay and was honored by his alma mater, Elon, as the 2012 Eugene Perry Distinguished Alumnus, and was tapped into the Mizzou Omicron Delta Kappa leadership society for his efforts mentoring student-athletes.

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Last season Missouri was the lone college basketball program to advance to NCAA Tournament play with just one returning starter and Haith will look to duplicate that feat once more this season with just one starter, Jabari Brown, back from last year’s 2311 campaign. “I was really proud of that team last year because we had so many new parts, including on our coaching staff, but those who know me understand I am never satisfied and always want to achieve more,” Haith said. “We are going to continue to develop a program that our fans and our state can identify with. We want this program to have that same bluecollar mentality that Coach Stewart brought and I feel like that’s starting to take shape.” During last season’s NCAA Tournament run Missouri enjoyed its second undefeated season in Mizzou Arena history, going 17-0 at home with wins over a pair of nationally-ranked opponents, including No. 5 Florida. In fact under Haith Missouri is an outstanding 9-4 vs. Top 25 teams including a 5-3 mark vs. the Top 10. That performance came on the heels of a 30-5 inaugural season in Columbia.

Picked fourth in the Big 12 Conference preseason coaches’ poll, Missouri won a schoolrecord 14 league games, and finished second in the conference standings with a 14-4 mark. The Tigers won the school’s final Big 12 Tournament Championship with a 3-0 run in Kansas City, before advancing to the NCAA Tournament. With that record-setting first season in the books, Haith received recognition in the form of numerous coaching accolades, including the prestigious Henry Iba National Coach of the Year honor, as well as the Associated Press National Coach of the Year. He was also named the Big 12 Coach of the Year and was the U.S. Basketball Writers Association District VI Coach of the Year. As a first-year coach, Haith guided his team to more regular season wins than any other Mizzou coach before him and became the first Tiger head coach since 1920-21 to win his first 14 games. “It has been a special two years here and the future is only going to get brighter,” Haith said. “Anytime you take over a program there is a process you need to follow to build a recruiting base, build your brand and most importantly, build the support of your fans.

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That has taken place here quickly and I’m really excited about the long-term future of Mizzou Basketball.” The 27-year coaching veteran was hired at Missouri on April 5, 2011, and immediately appreciated the Tiger’s passionate fan base. The Burlington, N.C., native came from the University of Miami where he was not only forced to instill a winning mentality to his players and supporters, but do it at a university void of any lengthy basketball tradition. “Being the head coach at the University of Missouri is such an honor and it’s something that has become more and more meaningful during our time here,” Haith said. “Obviously the passionate fan base is what grabbed my attention first, but the support of the administration, the support of our community and the support of our students is second to none. “We have the complete package here and that’s what sets us apart in college basketball. We have incredible facilities, we have a national brand when we go out on the road and Missouri has shown, time and time again, it supports its teams with vigor, but also in a first-class manner.” Haith’s task at the University of Miami was monumental, but his process of building a wellrounded program certainly helped turn around the fortunes of the Hurricanes last season, which had the most experienced team in the country with a host of fifth-year and sixth-year seniors, each recruited by Haith. In his first of seven seasons as the head coach, Haith guided the ‘Canes to seven ACC victories (despite being picked last) and qualified for postseason play. He was recognized by being named a Naismith National Coach of the Year finalist and NABC District 6 Coach of the Year. Miami returned to postseason play the following year. The Hurricanes won 18 more games and advanced to the quarterfinals of the NIT, recording the program’s first postseason wins since 2000. Over his final four seasons, Haith’s Miami squad averaged 21 wins per season, with four consecutive postseason trips. 48

Postseason success was a theme under Haith. His teams won six total games in the NCAA and National Invitation tournaments, including a memorable run to the second round of the Big Dance in 2008. The ‘Canes went 23-11 in Haith’s fourth season, just one win shy of the school record and he was named a finalist for ACC Coach of the Year and the Skip Prosser Man of the Year honors. And it’s not just on the hardwood where Haith has fueled incredible growth amongst his players. During his time at both Missouri and Miami his players were visible in the community and Haith has seen an incredible 31-of-33 seniors to play for him walked across the stage to receive a diploma. “That’s my proudest moment,” Haith said. “To know we churn out young men, ready to make positive contributions in the community, ready to be great fathers and husbands. That’s what coaching at the college level is all about.” It’s not an accident Frank Haith was hired as the 17th basketball coach at Mizzou. The grind from student-assistant at Elon College to being named the National Recruiter of the Year by Rivals.com doesn’t just happen without a dedication to family, career and your student-athletes. Haith paid his own way through Elon and graduated in 1988. He helped the Fighting Christians twice win 20 games and earned the opportunity to cut his teeth at perennial power Wake Forest the following year as a graduate assistant. His first full-time coaching position at Division I came at UNC-Wilmington from 199092 and he laid the foundation for his job at Missouri with a three-year stop at Texas A&M from 1992-95, which included helping the Aggies reach postseason play in 1994. A remarkable 21-win campaign during his one season at Penn State (1995-96) allowed the Nittany Lions to reach the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 31 years, and he returned to Texas A&M and the Big 12 Conference for one season as the Aggies’ Associate Head Coach in 1996-97 before returning to Wake Forest from 1997-98. The Demon Deacons reached postseason play each of his four

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COACHING EXPERIENCE 2011-Present Missouri 2004-11 Miami 2001-04 Texas 1997-01 Wake Forest 1996-97 Texas A&M 1995-96 Penn State 1992-95 Texas A&M 1990-92 UNC-Wilmington 1989-90 Wake Forest 1986-89 Elon

Head Coach Head Coach Associate H.C. Assistant Coach Associate H.C. Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Grad. Assistant Assistant Coach

COACHING ACHIEVEMENTS At Missouri 2013 NCAA Tournament 2012 National Coach of the Year Big 12 Coach of the Year Big 12 Champions School Record Conference Wins NCAA Tournament At Miami 2011 Postseason NIT Winningest Postseason Coach in Miami History 2009 Postseason NIT 2008 NCAA Tournament Skip Prosser Man of the Year Finalist 2006 Postseason NIT 2005 Postseason NIT NABC District 6 Coach of the Year Naismith Coach of the Year Finalist HEAD COACHING CAREER RECORD

University of Missouri (Head Coach) Year Record 2011-12 30-5 2012-13 23-11 at Missouri 53-16 Career 182-117

Pct. .857 .676 .768 .607

University of Miami (Fla.) (Head Coach) Year Record 2010-11 21-15 2009-10 20-13 2008-09 19-13 2007-08 23-11 2006-07 12-20 2005-06 18-16 2004-05 16-13 at Miami 129-101

Pct. .583 .606 .594 .677 .375 .529 .552 .561

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Head Coach Frank Haith is congratulated by Southeastern Conference Commissioner Mike Slive after receiving the 2012 Associated Press National Coach of the Year Award.

years in Winston-Salem, including winning the NIT Championship in 2000 and reaching NCAA Tournament play in 2001. Haith parlayed that success at Wake Forest into an opportunity at the University of Texas. Coaching alongside friend and mentor Rick Barnes, Haith was a part of (at the time) the winningest three-year stretch in Texas Basketball history. The Longhorns averaged better than 24 wins per season and never failed to reach the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. The Longhorns advanced to the Final Four in 2003 and Haith worked magic on the recruiting trail, ushering four McDonald’s All-Americans to Austin, including Brad Buckman (2002), LaMarcus Aldridge (2004), Daniel Gibson (2004) and Michael Williams (2004). Aldridge and Gibson are now mainstays in the NBA, with Aldridge being drafted No. 2 overall to the Chicago Bulls. The Class was rated No. 2 nationally by Rivals. com and Haith was the nation’s hottest young coach. So began the daunting reclamation project at Miami, which concluded with an average of 21 wins over his last four years, national rankings in three of his final four campaigns and three of the school’s six (alltime) 20-win ledgers.

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One of 10 siblings, family will always be first for Frank Haith, and his student-athletes are part of that family. A proud father and husband, Frank and his wife Pam are the parents of two children, Corey and Brianna and his son is entering his second year with the Mizzou program this season. Frank and Pam met in high school, began dating a short time after and have been together for 29 years. The Haith family is an active participant in its home communities and spearheaded fund-raising and renovation efforts for Morningside Park in Elon, N.C., in the neighborhood in which Haith grew up. In Columbia, the family is actively involved with the Boys & Girls Club of the Columbia Area, as well as a member of Coaches vs. Cancer on a national level.

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ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH TIM FULLER (Wake Forest ‘00) Third Season at Missouri Hometown: Woodbridge, Va. Children: Timothy II, Gabriel, Solomon

Named one of college basketball’s Top 10 assistant coaches under the age of 40 by ESPN. com, Associate Head Coach Tim Fuller begins his third season on the sidelines at Missouri and has been a key figure in Missouri’s hardwood success (53-16) and recruiting resurgence. A former student-athlete at Wake Forest, Fuller has spent time coaching and teaching at each level of basketball since beginning his professional career, and has used those experiences to help attract one of the country’s top incoming classes to Columbia, Mo., this season. Fuller has enjoyed success on every step of the basketball ladder and as recruiting coordinator, is charged with bringing top talent to Mizzou, while also helping to mentor Missouri studentathletes on and off the basketball court.

“Tim has been such a vital part of our staff over the past two seasons and we asked him to take on a greater role working with our post players last year and he did a fantastic job,” Head Coach Frank Haith said. “Tim continues to be an incredible resource for me in practice and on the bench during games and he has such a bright future in the game of basketball.” Haith elevated Fuller to Associate Head Coach in 2012 and since his arrival the Tigers have won 53 games and advanced to consecutive NCAA Tournaments. “Missouri has been such a great place for us,” Fuller said. “The city, family atmosphere, fan support; Mizzou and Columbia have everything you want as a coach and a father, and it’s a great selling point on the recruiting trail. I am excited about what we have accomplished over the past

Despite being widely considered one of college basketball’s top “up-and-comers”, Fuller already has 17 seasons of basketball coaching, playing, marketing and administrative experience under his belt. In his first season at Missouri he helped coach the Tigers to 30 wins and a Big 12 Championship, and was a valuable figure in helping the team rank among college basketball’s leaders in winning percentage and offensive efficiency. In 2012-13 Fuller was charged with the development of Missouri’s post play and helped induce career seasons from fifth-year senior Laurence Bowers and transfer senior Alex Oriakhi. In addition, Missouri ranked among the national leaders in rebounding margin (No. 4 +8.5) and offensive efficiency and the team recorded 22 total point-rebound doubledoubles, the most since the 1990-91 season.

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two seasons, but we always want more. There is still more work ahead.” Fuller met Missouri head coach Frank Haith while a student-athlete at Wake Forest when Haith served as an assistant coach to Dave Odom. He earned varsity letters playing for the Demon Deacons from 1997-2000, including a run to No. 2 in the country, and was named a co-captain during his senior season. “I have known Tim (Fuller) since his playing days at Wake Forest,” Haith said. “He is a tireless worker. He has risen up the coaching ranks and has made a big impact at every stop along the way. He has learned from some great coaches. Coach (Rick) Pitino, Coach (Dave) Odom and Coach (Ernie) Nestor, so Tim has a wealth of experience. Obviously Tim has great contacts all over the country, not just because of his ability to teach the game of basketball, but his connections with Nike and the AAU and high school circuits. Being able to hire Tim from a school like Louisville speaks volumes to what is taking place at Missouri. This program is highly thought of across America.”

EDUCATION - Woodbridge (N.C.) High School, 1996 - Wake Forest, 2000, B.S. COACHING HISTORY - 2000-01 N.C. A&T Vol. Assistant - 2001-02 West Forsyth HS Assistant Coach - 2002-03 Elon College Assistant Coach - 2003-04 Elon College Associate Coach - 2004-06 Wake Forest Director of Ops - 2006-07 Fairfield Assistant Coach - 2010-11 Louisville Assistant Coach - 2011-12 Missouri Assistant Coach - 2012-Present Missouri Associate H.C. POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE - 2005 Wake Forest - 2006 Wake Forest - 2011 Louisville - 2012 Missouri - 2013 Missouri

PLAYING HISTORY - 1992-96 Woodbridge High School - 1996-00 Wake Forest

After graduating from Wake Forest with a degree in communications in 2000, Fuller served as an intern in the Atlantic Coast Conference office and worked as a volunteer coach with Division I North Carolina A&T. Fuller secured his first full-time coaching duties at the high school level at West Forsyth High School in Clemmons, N.C., where he coached future New Orleans Hornets and LA Clippers star, Chris Paul. Fuller broke back into the college ranks in 200203 as an assistant for Ernie Nestor at Elon College and was promoted to associate head coach at Elon before briefly joining Haith’s staff at Miami as the Director of Basketball Operations. Fuller returned to his alma mater (Wake Forest) as the Director of Basketball Operations for two seasons under Skip Prosser and joined Ed Cooley’s staff at Fairfield for a season in 2006-07 as an assistant coach. Taking a hiatus from the college game, Fuller joined Nike to help promote the game of basketball at the NBA level before returning to college at Louisville in 2010. The Woodbridge, Va., native has three children, Timothy II, Gabriel Elijah and Solomon Dior.

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ASSISTANT COACH DAVE LEITAO (Northeastern ‘82) Second Season at Missouri Hometown: New Bedford, Mass. Wife: Joyce Children: David, Reese, Tyson coaching and mentoring young people has paid big dividends for our program.”

Dave Leitao, a conference championship head coach during stops at DePaul and Virginia, enters his second season as an assistant coach at the University of Missouri. One of the most respected coaches in college basketball, Leitao has been a difference maker at each stop throughout his successful career and helped the Tigers integrate four new starters and 12 new players in Head Coach Frank Haith’s second season. Among Leitao’s many accomplishments on the hardwood are league titles at DePaul (2004) and Virginia (2007), as well as 22 career postseason appearances, including 13 NCAA Tournaments. His championship pedigree includes the 1999 National Championship at the University of Connecticut, where he served as the Associate Head Coach under Basketball Hall of Famer Jim Calhoun. Last season at Mizzou Leitao assisted with both the guards and the forwards, helping the Tigers rank among the national leaders in both offensive efficiency and rebounding. Leitao also provided another veteran presence on the bench as Missouri topped 20 wins for the fifth consecutive year and returned to NCAA Tournament play despite having just one returning player from the previous season. “Dave was such a valuable resource for our team last season and having coached and recruited against him for so many years it was a major coup for our program to be able to recruit Dave to our campus,” Head Coach Frank Haith said. “Our players have such tremendous respect for Dave and his years of experience

Named the 2007 ACC Coach of the Year after leading the Virginia Cavaliers to an 11-5 league mark (21-11 overall) and a win in the NCAA Tournament, the 53-year-old comes to Mizzou after one season coaching the Maine Red Claws of the National Basketball Association’s Developmental League (NBDL). He led Maine to a three-game improvement last season, working with an organization that is the official minor league partner of the Boston Celtics, Philadelphia 76ers and the Charlotte Bobcats. The New Bedford, Mass., native has 27 seasons of coaching experience under his belt. In the collegiate ranks he most recently spent four seasons at Virginia (2005-09) and three seasons at DePaul (2002-05). He has won 143 career games as a head coach, with three 20-win seasons, two league titles and six trips to postseason play. “Coach Leitao had such a big impact on all of us,” former Tiger Alex Oriakhi said. “He has a great understanding of the game and does a great job communicating and teaching. I played the best basketball of my career last season and it had to do with the coaching. This staff puts their trust in you and really instills the confidence you need to go out there and perform at your best.” Leitao was mentored into college basketball under the Hall of Famer, Jim Calhoun, who recruited the 6-foot-7 forward to Northeastern University (1978-82). As a student-athlete, Leitao’s teams went 7934 overall and he was named team captain each of his final two seasons, each of which culminated with a trip to the NCAA Tournament. His 1982 Northeastern Huskies

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won a first round contest against St. Joseph’s before falling to third-seeded Villanova in triple overtime. Over his four seasons Leitao averaged 6.0 points and 5.4 rebounds and was known for his defensive intensity, which has fueled his coaching focus. “The University of Missouri has been a great experience for me and my family,” Leitao said. “Missouri is a national program with tremendous success, incredible facilities, passionate fans and first-class leadership of Mike Alden and Chancellor Brady Deaton. You see everything that has taken place on this campus over recent years and you can’t help but to be excited about the momentum we have going forward.” Leitao began his coaching career as a full-time assistant under Calhoun at his alma mater in 1984, helping Northeastern to two more NCAA berths and a combined 48-14 record. The pair then moved to the University of Connecticut where the team grew from a 9-19 mark in year one (1986-87) to make seven consecutive postseason trips, four NCAA Tournaments, two NCAA Sweet 16’s and an NCAA Elite Eight. That run propelled Leitao to his first head coaching job at Northeastern (1994-96) where he won 18 games as a first year head coach. He then returned to UConn as Associate Head Coach and made six more postseason trips highlighted by the 1999 NCAA Championship. 54

At UConn Leitao assisted in the recruitment of several future NBA performers including the likes of Ray Allen, Richard Hamilton, Emeka Okafor, Donyell Marshall, Clifford Robinson, Jake Voskuhl, Travis Knight, Scott Burrell, Caron Butler, Khalid El-Amin, Tate George, Donny Marshall and Kevin Ollie. “I’ve known Dave so long, he is practically a member of my family,” former Connecticut Head Coach Jim Calhoun said. “As a player, he was a great leader and he came with me from Day One at UConn to help build a program, so he obviously shares in an awful lot of the success we’ve been fortunate enough to achieve. “He went on to become a tremendous head coach, winning an ACC championship and being named ACC Coach of the Year,” Calhoun continued. “But besides being an outstanding coach, he’s an outstanding person --- one of the best people I’ve ever been involved with as a player, a coach, and a close friend. What Dave adds to the Missouri staff is a coach who has seen everything from building a program, to recruiting at the highest level, to winning national championships, to developing young men into players who can succeed at the next level. He has first-hand experience in every phase of college basketball and there is no doubt in my mind that he will be a tremendous asset to Coach Haith’s staff. I wish him nothing but great success at Missouri.”

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Connecticut made two more NCAA Elite Eight trips (1998 and 2002) during his second stint in Storrs, Conn., and following a 2001-02 campaign in which the Huskies went 27-6, a more seasoned Leitao returned to the sidelines as a head coach at DePaul. The Blue Demons won 58 games over three years in Chicago and advanced to three consecutive postseasons. His 2004 squad shared the Conference USA title and qualified for the NCAA Tournament, while his 2005 Blue Demons earned a postseason NIT victory over Missouri at Mizzou Arena in 2005. In Leitao’s first season, the Blue Demons were one of college basketball’s most improved clubs going from a 9-19 mark (2-12 in C-USA) the year before his arrival to 16-13 (8-8 C-USA). In fact Leitao’s league crown and NCAA berth at DePaul remain the most recent in that program’s history. Leitao then took over at Virginia in 2005-06 and led the program to three postseason trips, including the league title in 2007. That 2007 Cavaliers squad was pegged eighth in the ACC preseason poll, but shared the conference title with North Carolina and recorded the most league wins (11) since 1994-95. That team also topped Albany in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, marking Virginia’s first NCAA appearance since 2001 and first NCAA win since 1995. Leitao has used an attention to detail and defensive mindset as a catalyst for success at each stop. Virginia led the ACC (in league games) in field goal percentage defense (.408) in 2007 and consistently ranked among the league’s better rebounding clubs.

EDUCATION - Holy Family High School, 1978 - Northeastern, 1983 COACHING HISTORY - 1984-86 Northeastern Assistant Coach - 1986-94 Connecticut Assistant Coach - 1994-96 Northeastern Head Coach - 1996-02 Connecticut Assoc. Head Coach - 2002-05 DePaul Head Coach - 2005-08 Virginia Head Coach - 2011-12 Maine (NBDL) Head Coach - 2012-Present Missouri Assistant Coach POSTSEASON EXPERIENCE - 1985 Northeastern - 1986 Northeastern - 1988 Connecticut - 1989 Connecticut - 1990 Connecticut - 1991 Connecticut - 1992 Connecticut - 1993 Connecticut - 1994 Connecticut - 1997 Connecticut - 1998 Connecticut - 1999 Connecticut - 2000 Connecticut - 2001 Connecticut - 2002 Connecticut - 2003 DePaul - 2004 DePaul - 2005 DePaul - 2006 Virginia - 2007 Virginia - 2008 Virginia - 2013 Missouri

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ASSISTANT COACH MARK PHELPS (Old Dominion ‘96) First Season at Missouri Hometown: Virginia Beach, Va. Wife: Alissa Children: Owen and Laney

Mark Phelps, a veteran coach with 17 seasons of experience at the Division I level and the winningest coach in Drake University history through his first five years, enters his first season as an assistant coach with the Mizzou Basketball program. A native of Virginia Beach, Va., Phelps guided Drake to a pair of postseason appearances and 77 wins during his five seasons in Des Moines, Iowa. He is credited with leading the Bulldogs to their first postseason win since 1975 and coached Drake to a pair of winning seasons, including an 18-16 record and a topthree finish in the Missouri Valley Conference in 2012. “We are all so excited to welcome Mark into our basketball family,” Head Coach Frank Haith said at the time of Phelps’ hiring announcement. “I’ve known Mark for a number of years and have always admired his approach to the game of basketball. He is tireless with his preparation and gets the most out of his players because he is there putting in the work with them. When we had this opportunity become available Mark was my first call and it speaks well of Mizzou that we were able to recruit him away from some other great programs.”

Phelps spent two years as the Associate Head Coach at ASU following his 10 seasons at N.C. State, and the Sun Devils saw remarkable improvement going from 8-22 his first season to 21-13 and a postseason appearance in year two. As mentioned, Phelps won more games in his first five seasons than any coach in Drake history. Owning just one NCAA Tournament appearance since 1971 and two postseason bids of any kind since 1981, Phelps helped the Bulldogs advance to the CollegeInsider. com (CIT) twice in his five years (2009 and 2012), including a win over North Dakota in the opening round in 2012. Drake (18-16 overall, 9-9 MVC in 2012) finished third in the final Missouri Valley Conference standings that season and two of his players, Rayvonte Rice and Ben Simons, earned Second Team All-Missouri Valley Conference honors. In

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addition, three of his final four recruiting classes at Drake were ranked either No. 1 or No. 2 in the MVC by various recruiting services. “I’m extremely honored to have the opportunity to join Coach Haith’s staff here at Missouri and I want to thank Coach Haith, Mike Alden and the administration for giving me this opportunity to continue my coaching career as a Tiger,” Phelps said. ”It goes without saying, but I have a great deal of respect for Coach Haith and how he runs his program. He has distinguished himself as one of the elite coaches throughout his climb in our profession. We saw first hand the fantastic job he did at Miami when we were at N.C. State and he has brought that same winning pedigree here to Mizzou.” “Mark’s experience on the bench and recruiting ties across the country makes this a great hire for us,” Haith said. “He was a highly respected high school coach in Virginia and he has ties throughout basketball from his time in the ACC, Pac-12 and Missouri Valley, three tremendous basketball leagues, so we are excited to get him on campus, get him acclimated to Mizzou and out on the road.”

EDUCATION - Kempsville High School, 1984 - Old Dominion, 1996 COACHING HISTORY - 1996-06 N.C. State - 2006-08 Arizona State - 2008-13 Drake - 2013-Present Missouri

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Prior to joining Sendek’s staff in Raleigh, N.C., Phelps was a highly successful high school coach in Virginia. He led Rock Church Academy (1990-94) in his hometown of Virginia Beach, Va., to a 104-41 record and then moved to Atlantic Shores Christian School (1994-96), leading the team to a 44-12 mark. Phelps and his wife Alissa have two children, a son Owen and a daughter Laney.

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DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS: BRYAN TIBALDI (Michigan State ‘07) Third Season at Missouri Hometown: Traverse City, Mich. continued his career as a walk-on and twoyear letterwinner as a guard at Michigan State University under Head Coach Tom Izzo.

Bryan Tibaldi is in his third season with the Mizzou Men’s Basketball program. As the Director of Operations Tibaldi has a variety of responsibilities for Mizzou Basketball, including the organization and oversight of camps, team budget, academics, team travel, ticketing and recruiting. A graduate of Michigan State University (2007), Tibaldi has spent the previous two seasons as the Video Coordinator for the basketball program. Breaking down film for opponent and self-scouting purposes, Tibaldi played an integral part in game preparation for the Tigers. He also assisted with on-campus recruiting efforts and the visual presentation of the program. “Bryan helped us to be the most prepared of our college careers,” former Tiger and Detroit Pistons guard Kim English said. “We had video breakdown of our games, our practices and our opponents, so every time we stepped on the court, we felt like we had an advantage.”

After playing at MSU, Tibaldi remained part of the team, serving as a Graduate Assistant from 2007-2009. During this time, Tibaldi gained invaluable experience assisting the coaching staff with practice, on-campus recruiting and scouting. He gained a strong background in video as he played a large role in assisting the team’s video coordinator in breaking down game and practice film for self and opponent scouting purposes. The Spartans went 58-16 over the two year span, including a 2008-2009 season that saw the Spartans win the Big Ten regular season title and finish the year as National Runner-Up. In the spring of 2009, Tibaldi earned his M.S. in Kinesiology, with a focus in Sports Administration, from the graduate program at Michigan State. A native of Traverse City, Mich., Bryan has one sister (Katie) and is the son of Joe and Patti Tibaldi.

Tibaldi brings NBA experience to the Mizzou staff, as he spent two years working for the Chicago Bulls before coming to Mizzou. With the Bulls, Tibaldi spent the 2009-2010 season working for the coaching staff as Assistant Video Coordinator. He then spent the 2010-2011 season working in the front office as a Basketball Operations Assistant. Working with the Director of College Scouting, Tibaldi helped to evaluate college prospects from around the country and manage the Bulls’ scouting database. In both of his seasons with the Bulls, Tibaldi was fortunate to get the opportunity to be involved in the draft process, helping to coordinate and conduct predraft workouts. Tibaldi has been around the sport of basketball for most of his life as he was a standout at Traverse City West Senior High School. He

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DIRECTOR OF VIDEO OPERATIONS: TOBY LANE (Wichita State ‘93) Third Season at Missouri Hometown: Benton, Kan. Wife: Carla

A veteran NCAA Division I assistant coach with ties to the state of Missouri and highmajor college basketball, Toby Lane enters his third season with the Tiger men’s basketball program and will lead Missouri’s video and digital scouting operations for Head Coach Frank Haith and the Tigers. Lane came to Mizzou after four seasons as the Associate Director of Basketball Operations at the University of Miami (2007-11). A familiar face in the college coaching landscape, Lane brings versatility and experience to the Tiger coaching staff. He spent three years at Southeast Missouri State (2004-07) as an assistant coach, two years at Oklahoma as the Sooners’ video coordinator (2002-04) and was the assistant strength and conditioning coach at Long Beach State (2001-02). While at Oklahoma he was part of a staff that guided the Sooners to a Big 12 Tournament crown and an NCAA Elite Eight appearance in 2003.

“It’s been an incredible experience for us here at Missouri and you would be hardpressed to find a school and community more well-rounded than what we have here,” Lane said. “Missouri Basketball has such a great tradition, one I have followed for years, and having a chance to be a part of this program and this community is a tremendous honor for me and my family.” Lane began his college coaching career at the junior college level at Neosho Community College (1996-97). He also spent three years as the head coach at Goessel High School in Goessel, Kan., after completing his bachelor’s degree at Wichita State in 1993. He completed his Masters in General Education from Central Oklahoma in 1999.

“Toby is a critical part of our staff here at Missouri and he has a great grasp of all the day-to-day activities, including extensive video operations associated with Division I Basketball,” Head Coach Frank Haith said. “He has familiarity with our state from his time at Southeast Missouri and understands what it takes to be successful at the highest levels of college basketball. He is a huge asset to us.” Prior to his time in Norman, Lane spent four years at Central Oklahoma (1997-01) where he helped mentor former NBA player Eddie Robinson, who played for the Charlotte Hornets and Chicago Bulls from 1999-2004. 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook

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DIR. OF ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE: TODOR PANDOV

(Western Kentucky ‘03) Third Season at Missouri Hometown: Plovdiv, Bulgaria Wife: Kimberly Children: Mason and Jaden

Todor Pandov enters his third season as Missouri Basketball’s Director of Athletic Performance. The Plovdiv, Bulgaria, native comes to Mizzou after serving as the Strength and Conditioning Coach at the University of Miami under head coach Frank Haith. Pandov brings seven seasons of assisting at the collegiate level and four years of NCAA Division I playing experience to Mizzou. He earned four letters at Western Kentucky as a standout forward and was slated to be a starter entering his junior season in 2002-03. However after scoring 12 points and grabbing five rebounds in 23 minutes at top-ranked Arizona in the season-opener, he went down with a season-ending knee injury. It was actually that injury which fueled Pandov’s passion for strength and conditioning. “I wanted to know if there was anything I could have done to prevent the injury,” Pandov said. “I wondered if I could I have trained a different way. I really became interested and studied it. That’s why I am here. I want to help our athletes get the most out of their careers.” Pandov’s influence has been immediate. In addition to helping the club to impressive strength gains, he was a key figure in the recovery of senior Laurence Bowers from a knee injury in 2011-12. “Coach Pandov and our trainer Pat Beckmann were with me every step of the way,” Bowers said. “Coach Pandov was there pushing me and helping me get stronger and prepared for my senior season. He went through the recovery process before and that gives an athlete a lot of confidence in that road to recovery.”

“Coach Pandov was invaluable for me both during the preseason to get in shape and during the year keeping me playing at a peak level,” Oriakhi said. “He had me in the best shape of my life and the production on the court followed. I can’t say enough for what he did for me in just one year.” Pandov has been a key part of several postseason and championship teams during his career. As a player he was a member of three Sun Belt Conference regular-season championship squads and the Hilltoppers won three Sun Belt postseason titles to earn trips to the NCAA Tournament. He has also helped teams to NCAA berths at each stop of his professional career as well. While assisting at Texas, the club advanced to the Elite Eight and his teams at Miami and Western Kentucky each made the second round of the Big Dance. Last season at Missouri, the Tigers won 30 games and the Big 12 title, qualifying for a fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament. “I’m excited to have Todor with us at Missouri,” Head Coach Frank Haith said. “He has a tremendous grasp of what it takes to be successful at this level and will give our players a unique perspective with his collegiate playing experience.” Pandov actually spent two stints with Haith at Miami. He served as a graduate assistant on the Hurricanes’ 2007-08 NCAA Tournament team. He also has familiarity with the region, volunteering as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Texas in 2005-06. Prior to his time in coaching Pandov played professionally in 2004-05 for Eiffel Towers in Holland, earning All-Star honors. A 2003 graduate of Western Kentucky, Pandov and his wife, Kimberly, have two sons, Mason, who was born in Miami on Feb. 6, 2008 and Jaden, who was born Sept. 4, 2012 in Columbia.

He also helped former Tiger Alex Oriakhi “remake” his body and prepare him for professional basketball after his senior season.

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MIZZOU ATHLETICS SUPPORT STAFF

Mike Alden Director of Athletics

Mary Austin Sr. Assoc. AD Compliance

Kevin Hayward Associate AD Business Operations

Doug Gillin Deputy Director of Athletics

Sarah Reesman Tim Hickman Bryan Maggard Executive Assoc. AD Executive Assoc. AD Executive Assoc. AD SWA Operations

Sarah Baumgartner Tami Chievous Associate AD Associate AD Development Academic Services

Kim Lambert Associate AD S-A Development

Lori Franz Faculty Athletics Representative

Colleen Lamond Associate AD Facility Operations

Pat Beckmann Associate Director Sports Medicine

Heather Miles-Mange

Administrative Staff Assistant

Mitzi Clayton Associate AD Compliance

Andrew Grinch Associate AD External Operations

Chad Moller Associate AD Communications

Pat Ivey Associate AD Athletic Performance

Ricky Bolton Head Manager

Kit Lisauskas Associate Director

Equipment Operations

Latisha Mayes Executive Assistant Head Coach

John Poettgen Head Manager

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A Look Back At The 2012-13 Season... A fifth consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament and a perfect 17-0 record at Mizzou Arena highlighted Missouri Basketball’s first season as a member of the Southeastern Conference. Returning just one player from the previous year, Head Coach Frank Haith guided a revamped Tiger roster to 23 wins helping Mizzou be the lone team in college basketball to return just one player and still advance to NCAA play in 2013. Missouri opened the year with three consecutive games at Mizzou Arena in mid-November. One of college basketball’s top home court advantages, the Tigers raced through SIU Edwardsville (83-69), Alcorn State (91-54) and Nicholls State (74-54) before three difficult challenges at the 2012 Battle 4 Atlantis. Played over the Thanksgiving holiday on Paradise Island, Bahamas, Missouri earned key non-conference wins over Stanford and VCU, while dropping a game to eventual NCAA National Champion, Louisville. The Tigers opened with a 78-70 win over Stanford and used its great balance to lead for most of the game’s 40 minutes. Senior Laurence Bowers hit 9-of-15 shots en route to a 19-point, 10-rebound double-double and Phil Pressey pestered the Stanford backcourt with 18 points, eight assists and four steals. Pressey and the Tigers were tested just 24 hours later as Louisville’s pressure defense forced Mizzou into a season high 23 turnovers en route to an 8164 decision. Luke Hancock, the star of the national title game, scored a game high 19 points on 5-of-7 treys for the Cardinals, while Pressey and senior Alex Oriakhi each scored 15 for Mizzou. While the loss was the first of the year for Haith and the Tigers, the experience against Louisville’s frenetic pressure paid dividends as Missouri faced VCU and Shaka Smart’s “Havoc”. The Tigers and Rams

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exchanged 10 lead changes in the back-and-forth contest and neither team led by double figures. The Tigers improved dramatically in their ability to handle the pressure, turning the ball over just 14 times and limited VCU to just 13 points off turnovers in the 6865 win. Conversely, the Tigers outscored VCU 14-3 in fast-break opportunities, making the most of its size and quickness vs. the Rams’ press. Mizzou also got a 14-point, 11-rebound double-double from Bowers and had five players in double figures, including Pressey, who had 11 points and eight assists in the win. Pressey turned out to be the late-game hero in the victory, countering a late trey by VCU’s Briante Weber with a three-pointer of his own to give Mizzou a 66-65 lead with just 1:18 left. He then hit an up-and-under with just 15 seconds left to provide the final 68-65 margin of victory. The win helped Missouri finish third at the event, just behind Louisville and Duke. Duke won the Battle 4 Atlantis crown with a 76-71 win over the Cardinals, while six of eight participating teams advanced to the NCAA Tournament. Missouri returned from paradise and opened a furious December with a 72-56 win over Appalachian State. The Tigers were balanced having four players in double figures and led by as many as 25 to improve to 6-1. Dangerous games vs. Southeast Missouri State and Tennessee State of the Ohio Valley were next on the schedule and Mizzou used huge second half performances to pull away in both games. Missouri trailed by 10 at the break vs. SEMO, but got 25 points and nine boards from Bowers to outscore the Redhawks 46-20 over the final 20 minutes. SEMO hit 8-of-15 treys in the first half to lead by as many as 11, but went just 1-of-11 from three in the second half in the 81-65 decision.

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Tennessee State returned much of its 2011-12 lineup from a 20-win campaign and trailed Missouri 23-20 at the half before Mizzou went on to win by 30, 68-38. Freshman Stefan Jankovic provided the spark, scoring 14 points and grabbing five boards in 16 minutes and Bowers and Oriakhi each had double-doubles.

closest win of the year at home and the Tigers needed 26 points from Pressey and 16 from Bowers in the win. Bucknell was looking to tie in the game’s final possession but up three with time running out Missouri fouled Mike Muscala and grabbed a rebound after a second free throw was missed to ice the game.

Following a final’s week win over South Carolina State (102-51) and the official debut of Jabari Brown (12 points in 20 minutes), Missouri began a challenging three-game stretch vs. Illinois, at UCLA and Bucknell.

The club opened SEC play three days later with a resounding 84-68 win over league contender Alabama. The first SEC game for Mizzou Basketball in school history, the Tigers had five players in double figures, led by 22 points from Brown and 19 from Earnest Ross.

One of college basketball’s premier non-conference rivalry games, Missouri handed No. 10 Illinois its first loss of the season (82-73) thanks to 23 points and 10 rebounds from Bowers, 13 points and 14 boards from Oriakhi and 12 points and 11 assists from Pressey. The two teams traded 19 lead changes and no team led by more than nine in the game, which went down to the final minutes before a late Missouri surge resulted in the nine-point decision. Missouri did an excellent job on Illinois’ perimeter attack limiting the Illini to just 8-of-32 three-point shooting, while the Tigers controlled the paint scoring 44 points in the middle and owning a 58-35 rebounding edge. Missouri led by six at the break and pushed that lead to nine, 48-39, on a jumper from Bowers before a quick 12-2 Illinois surge gave John Groce’s team a 51-50 lead. Illinois would push that advantage to 6257 on a pair of Joseph Bertrand free throws, but the Tiger defense regrouped and took over the game. Mizzou limited Illinois to just two points over the next 4:36 and turned that deficit into a 70-64 lead thanks to buckets from Bowers, Ross, Brown and Pressey. Illinois cut the lead to 70-67 and then 72-70 on two Tyler Griffey treys, but seven consecutive points by Mizzou iced the game and a fourth consecutive Bud Light Braggin’ Rights win. The enjoyment of that win in St. Louis was short lived as the Tigers traveled to the renovated Pauley Pavilion for a date with UCLA. The first game in a home-andhome series, the Tigers and Bruins battled in one of college basketball’s more entertaining games, which saw the two teams combined for 191 points, nine lead changes and eight ties in 45 minutes. In the end UCLA earned a 97-94 overtime win and spoiled a 19-point, 19 assist game from Pressey, which ranked as one of college basketball’s more spectacular singlegame efforts of 2012-13. Missouri returned home for another challenge against NCAA Tournament participant, Bucknell. Already boasting wins over Purdue and eventual Sweet 16 team, La Salle, the Bison pushed Mizzou to the brink before a 66-64 Tiger decision at Mizzou Arena. The final result was actually Missouri’s

Alabama hung around thanks to 26 points from Kansas City native Trevor Releford and 10 points from Devonta Pollard, but Mizzou shot 57 percent from the floor and 60 percent from three-point range to roll to the 16-point win. While the Tigers opened conference play successfully, it wasn’t without its consequences as Bowers was injured late in the contest with a left knee MCL sprain. The injury forced the senior to miss five games, including road games at Ole Miss and Florida where slow starts ultimately doomed any chance at an early season road win. While those losses both came by double figures, it did result in players such as Bell and Oriakhi taking on increased scoring roles. Oriakhi finished the year averaging 11.2 points and 8.4 rebounds, while Bell averaged 10.7 points and 4.2 boards. However from the Jan. 22 win over South Carolina through the end of the regular season, Oriakhi saw his numbers increase to 11.9 points and 8.9 rebounds, while shooting a much improved 67 percent from the floor. Bell hit 57 percent of his shots over that same stretch and averaged a team-leading 15.4 points and 4.4 rebounds. A win over Georgia sandwiched the Ole Miss and Florida road defeats before back-to-back wins saw the Tigers gain some traction in the league standings. Missouri showed great resiliency in the win over the Gamecocks, playing without Bowers and Bell who were out with injuries en route to gritting out a 71-65 win. The Tigers trailed by as many as 13 in the second half, but Ross had 21 points and Oriakhi added 18 points and 11 boards to lead the way. Brown also scored 17, including the game-winning trey on a feed from Ross in the final minute. The Tigers left nothing to chance in the win over Vanderbilt that ensuing weekend, outscoring the Commodores 49-20 in the first half to win by 22. Four Tigers reached double figures and Oriakhi added another double-double with 18 points and 12 boards. Bowers returned to the lineup for a Jan. 30 loss at LSU and it was another slow start that kept Missouri from its first road win of the season. Pressey had 25 points and Brown chipped in 19, but LSU guards

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Anthony Hickey and Andre Stringer combined for 38 points in the 73-70 win. Missouri won three of its next four with a recovering Bowers back in the lineup. The Tigers opened February with a 91-77 win over Auburn and former Auburn team MVP Ross scored 23 points on 8-of-12 shooting vs. his former teammates. Auburn kept the game from getting out of hand by making 32-of-36 free throws and the two teams combined to hit 57of-69 charity shots in a game that had very little flow due to physical play. Still, the Tigers handled their business against Auburn getting 24 from Bell and 10 assists from Pressey. A last-second loss at Texas A&M led to a Mississippi sweep vs. Ole Miss at home and then at Mississippi State. The Tigers did not have Bowers in that first meeting with the Rebels and got 22 points and 18 boards from Oriakhi and 22 points and five boards from Pressey in the 98-79 win. Missouri led by 16 (50-34) at the break and limited Marshall Henderson to 4-of-15 shooting. The winning trend continued in Starkville, Miss., the following week as the Tigers handled the undermanned Bulldogs, 78-36. It was the worst loss for Mississippi State in building history and both Bell (24) and Brown (20) led the way in the win.

Missouri rebounded from that disappointing loss at Arkansas to win four of its next five. The lone setback during that surge was an overtime loss at Rupp Arena vs. Kentucky (90-83), but the Tigers notched home wins over No. 5 Florida (63-60), LSU (89-76) and the rematch with Arkansas (93-63), while also clinching a two-game sweep over South Carolina with a 90-68 win on the road in Columbia, S.C. Missouri won in a variety of ways during the stretch, coming from 13 down in the final 11 minutes to stop Florida and winning by 30 over the Razorbacks. In the Florida win, Bowers led the charge scoring 17 points and grabbing 10 boards in 33 minutes. The senior had missed the first game in Gainesville, but proved to be the difference on Feb. 19, holding Erik Murphy to just 3-of-11 shooting, while leading the game in both points and rebounds. He also scored the gamewinning bucket with just 1:15 left and the Tigers trailing 60-59. Scottie Wilbekin nailed a difficult trey to give the Gators the one-point lead, but Bowers hit a jumper from the elbow to retake the advantage. Missouri then rebounded a Kenny Boynton miss and hit two free throws to seal the win. That ensuing weekend Missouri dropped an overtime game at Kentucky in front of ESPN

Arkansas naturally responded at home and led by eight (57-49) with just over eight minutes remaining and owned a seven-point lead (61-54) with 6:21 left before a furious Tiger rally. Missouri went on an 11-2 run over the next four minutes getting layups from Bell and Ross and two free throws from Brown to cut the Arkansas lead to 61-60. A B.J. Young layup made it 63-60, but Ross drilled a trey from the deep corner and Bell had a transition dunk to give Mizzou a 65-63 lead. That’s when things started to get funny for the road team. Marshawn Powell and Pressey traded hoops and Mizzou got a stop and a big free throw from Bell to go up 68-65. Bell missed the second charity toss, but Ross grabbed the board. The Cary, N.C., native looked to be shoved off his pivot foot while protecting the basketball, but was instead whistled for a travel, handing Arkansas the ball down just three. Arkansas

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Arkansas won an emotional and somewhat controversial game in Bud Walton Arena on Feb. 16, 73-71. The Tigers faced one of the more hostile crowds of the year as the borderstate neighbors met for the first time as conference rivals. The Tigers got off to a quick start and led by four at the half thanks to steady play from Bell (25) and Ross (17).

split two free throws with the gained possession, but Mizzou extended its lead to 70-66 on a pair of Bell free throws with under 40 seconds remaining. It wasn’t enough though as Young came to the rescue, connecting on back-to-back three-point plays.


Gameday, but it wasn’t without a spectacular effort from Pressey. The junior sliced through the Wildcat defense and scored 27 points on 12-of-24 shooting. He also dished 10 assists and recorded four steals. Pressey had a shot to win the game in regulation, but his left-handed runner was just off and Kentucky out-scored the Tigers 15-8 thanks to 11-of-14 foul shooting in the extra frame. The Tigers did not get discouraged after that loss and earned three consecutive double-figure wins at South Carolina and at home vs. LSU and Arkansas. The run began with a 90-68 win at South Carolina, a team the Tigers needed two late-game treys to beat in Columbia, Mo., just a few weeks prior. Bell, who did not play in the first meeting against the Gamecocks, led the way with 24 and Brown added 23. Oriakhi chipped in 18 on a perfect 6-of-6 shooting, which included five dunks and the Tigers earned their second road win of 2013. Missouri then came from behind to top LSU. The Bayou Bengals started fast, leading by as many as 13, but Mizzou rallied to take a 43-39 lead at the half and got a balanced effort to pull away and win by 13. Bowers (23 points, 10 rebounds) and Oriakhi (18 points, 10 rebounds) each had double-doubles and Pressey dished eight assists to combat 12 made LSU three-pointers. The final game of the home season came March 5 vs. Arkansas and the Tigers weren’t about to let the game come down to the final minutes. Missouri raced out to a huge lead early, leading by 26 at the half (48-22) and by as many as 34 in the game, en route to the 30-point win. Bowers finished his home career with 24 points and 11 rebounds and Brown contributed 23 on 6-of-12 shooting to push Mizzou’s record to 22-8. The Tigers out-rebounded Arkansas by 25 and hit 7-of-14 treys to secure the first undefeated home campaign since the 2008-09 season. Missouri saw another late lead slip away at a surging Tennessee team on March 9 as a sold out ThompsonBoling Arena crowd willed the Volunteers to a 64-62 win. Jarnell Stokes led Tennessee with 13 points and 13 rebounds and Bowers added 20 points, five boards and four blocks in his home state return, but it wasn’t quite enough as the club fell to 22-9 and finished 11-7 in its first season in the league. Missouri used outstanding defense in the second half to build an eight-point lead (50-42) and rallied back after both Bowers and Oriakhi were sidelined by early foul trouble. However Jordan McRae made two clutch treys and had an offensive put back to give the Vols the lead and eventual win. Missouri entered postseason play in Nashville at the 2013 SEC Tournament and opened with a 62-50 win over Texas A&M. Bouncing back from a road loss to the Aggies earlier in the season, Missouri got 13

points and 10 rebounds from Oriakhi and 10 apiece from Bowers, Brown and Criswell. Missouri led by as many as 21 and held A&M leading scorer Elston Turner to just seven points on 3-of-17 shooting. The run in Nashville was stopped by Ole Miss in the quarterfinals thanks to 27 points from Marshall Henderson. The Tigers led by as many as 14 in the second half, but the Rebels slowly chipped away at the lead and got a bucket from Derrick Millinghaus in the final seconds to earn the win and eventually claim the SEC Tournament crown. Missouri qualified for its school-record tying fifth consecutive NCAA Tournament and faced No. 8-seeded Colorado State in the second round. Making its second trip of the year to Lexington, Ky., and Rupp Arena, Mizzou looked for a better outcome this time around, but fell to the senior-laden Rams, 84-72, to end the year. The Tigers seemed out-manned on the glass for the first time all season and CSU used 58 percent shooting in the first half to build a doublefigure lead it would never relinquish. Point guard Dorian Green was near perfect in the win, scoring 26 points, and the Tigers managed to shoot just 42 percent from the floor and 30 percent from the threepoint line. Pressey led Missouri with 20 points and Oriakhi added 16, but Missouri had just 28 points in the paint and just eight second-chance tallies. The game was the last for seniors Bell, Bowers, Oriakhi and the junior Pressey. The three seniors each completed their time at Missouri with degrees, including Bowers, who was the first player in program history to earn his Master’s degree during his playing career. Pressey departed Mizzou on track to graduate and entered the NBA Draft after claiming school’s alltime record in assists (580) and steals (196). Missouri’s focus now turns towards the future. Brown (13.7 ppg) and Ross (10.3) both return after ranking among the team’s leaders in scoring and three-point shooting, as do reserves Tony Criswell (5.2 ppg), Stefan Jankovic (3.0 ppg) and Ryan Rosburg (1.0 ppg). Both Criswell and Jankovic earned starts in their first seasons for the Tigers, while Rosburg showed steady improvement and played in 31 games as a reserve center. Also back for Haith is redshirt junior Jordan Clarkson who began his career at Tulsa and averaged 16.5 points as a sophomore, but will make his debut for the Tigers in 2013-14. Clarkson adds stability in the backcourt following the departure of Pressey and Bell and will help ease the transition for freshmen point guards Wes Clark and Shane Rector. Both Clark and Rector help headline a recruiting class that is ranked among the Top 20 nationally. Also joining Mizzou is Top 50 forward Jonathan Williams, III, fellow freshman forward Torren Jones and junior college big man Keanau Post, who is ranked among the top twoyear players entering the Division I ranks next season.

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2012-13 GAME-BY-GAME SUMMARY RECORD OVERALL All-Games 23-11 Conference 11-7 Non-Conf. 12-4

HOME 17-0 9-0 8-0

AWAY 2-8 2-7 0-1

NEUTRAL 4-3 0-0 4-3

DATE OPPONENT W/L, SCORE ATTENDANCE TOP SCORER TOP REBOUNDER TOP ASSIST 11-10-12 SIU Edwardsville W, 83-69 10,054 20- Bowers 15- Oriakhi 9- Pressey 11-13-12 Alcorn State W, 91-54 8,013 21- Pressey 11- Webster-Chan 4- Jankovic 11-16-12 Nicholls State W, 74-54 9,519 17- Oriakhi 10- Oriakhi 3- Pressey 11-22-12 vs. Stanford # W, 78-70 3,217 19- Bowers 11- Ross 8- Pressey 11-23-12 vs. Louisville # L, 84-61 3,153 15- Pressey 8- Oriakhi 7- Pressey 15- Oriakhi 11-24-12 vs. VCU # W, 68-65 3,451 14- Bowers 11- Bowers 8- Pressey 12-1-12 Appalachian State W, 72-56 9,388 23- Bowers 9- Ross 7- Pressey 12-4-12 SE Missouri State W, 81-65 7,905 26- Bowers 11- Bell 5- Pressey 12-8-12 Tennessee State W, 68-38 10,338 18- Bowers 10- Bowers 4- Webster-Chan 10- Oriakhi 12-17-12 South Carolina State W, 102-51 10,613 16- Ross 11- Oriakhi 6- Pressey 12-22-12 vs. Illinois $ W, 82-73 22,139 23- Bowers 14- Oriakhi 11- Pressey 12-28-12 at UCLA L, 97-94 (OT) 11,854 19- Pressey 9- Bowers 19- Pressey 1-5-13 Bucknell W, 66-64 13,856 26- Pressey 8- Bowers 5- Pressey 1-8-13 Alabama* W, 84-68 13,895 22- Brown 10- Oriakhi 13- Pressey 1-12-13 at Ole Miss* L, 64-49 9,173 13- Brown 7- Brown 5- Pressey 7- Bell 1-16-13 Georgia* W, 79-62 12,797 15- Brown 8- Oriakhi 6- Pressey 15- Ross 1-19-13 at Florida* L, 83-52 12,597 16- Brown 5- Criswell 6- Pressey 1-22-13 South Carolina* W, 71-65 11,830 21- Ross 11- Oriakhi 7- Pressey 1-26-13 Vanderbilt* W, 81-59 15,061 21- Brown 12- Oriakhi 6- Pressey 1-30-13 at LSU* L, 73-70 8,804 25- Pressey 9- Criswell 5- Pressey 2-2-13 Auburn* W, 91-77 12,313 24- Bell 6- Oriakhi 10- Pressey 2-7-13 at Texas A&M* L, 70-68 5,484 15- Oriakhi 8- Oriakhi 4- Pressey 2-9-13 Ole Miss* W, 98-79 14,013 22- Oriakhi 18- Oriakhi 4- Pressey 22- Pressey 2-13-13 at Mississippi State* W, 78-36 6,007 24- Bell 10- Oriakhi 8- Pressey 2-16-13 at Arkansas* L, 73-71 19,004 25- Bell 11- Oriakhi 3- Ross 3- Brown 2-19-13 Florida* W, 63-60 15,061 17- Bowers 10- Bowers 10- Pressey 2-23-13 at Kentucky* L, 90-83 (OT) 24,380 27- Pressey 15- Oriakhi 10- Pressey 2-28-13 at South Carolina* W, 90-68 9,360 24- Bell 5- Pressey 9- Pressey 5- Criswell 3-2-13 LSU* W, 89-76 14,212 23- Bowers 10- Bowers 8- Pressey 10- Oriakhi 3-5-13 Arkansas* W, 93-63 15,061 24- Bowers 11- Bowers 6- Pressey 3-9-13 at Tennessee* L, 64-62 21,767 20- Bowers 6- Ross 9- Pressey 6- Oriakhi 3-14-13 vs. Texas A&M ^ W, 62-50 11,798 13- Oriakhi 10- Oriakhi 5- Pressey 10- Ross 3-15-13 vs. Ole Miss ^ L, 64-62 18,192 16- Oriakhi 9- Oriakhi 7- Pressey 3-21-13 vs. Colorado State ! L, 84-72 16,632 20- Pressey 4- Bowers 7- Pressey 4- Criswell # - Battle 4 Atlantis, Nassau, Bahamas * - Conference game

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2012-13 MIZZOU / OPPONENT GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS Date Game FG-FGA / % Nov. 10 Missouri 32-68 / .471 SIUE 23-69 / .333 Nov. 13 Missouri 26-68 / .382 Alcorn State 19-62 / .306 Nov. 16 Missouri 22-51 / .431 Nicholls State 19-49 / .388 Nov. 22 Missouri 26-71 / .366 vs. Stanford 21-56 / .375 Nov. 23 Missouri 23-50 / .460 vs. Louisville 31-63 / .492 Nov. 24 Missouri 28-57 / .491 vs. VCU 27-65 / .415 Dec. 1 Missouri 29-59 / .492 App. State 21-59 / .356 Dec. 4 Missouri 30-69 / .435 SE Missouri St. 24-59 / .407 Dec. 8 Missouri 24-53 / .453 Tenn. State 15-63 / .238 Dec. 17 Missouri 41-72 / .569 S. Carolina St. 20-69 / .290 Dec. 22 Missouri 29-73 / .397 vs. Illinois 25-74 / .338 Dec. 28 Missouri 38-80 / .475 at UCLA 40-79 / .506 Jan. 5 Missouri 27-63 / .429 Bucknell 26-62 / .419 Jan. 8 Missouri 30-53 / .566 Alabama 24-55 / .436 Jan. 12 Missouri 21-57 / .368 at Ole Miss 22-56 / .393 Jan. 16 Missouri 26-54 / .481 Georgia 21-46 / .457 Jan. 19 Missouri 16-49 / .327 at Florida 35-59 / .593 Jan. 22 Missouri 19-57 / .333 South Carolina 24-65 / .369 Jan. 26 Missouri 28-51 / .549 Vanderbilt 24-54 / .444 Jan. 30 Missouri 23-61 / .377 at LSU 25-45 / .556 Feb. 2 Missouri 30-55 / .545 Auburn 19-53 / .358 Feb. 7 Missouri 21-46 / .457 at Texas A&M 28-56 / .500 Feb. 9 Missouri 35-74 / .473 Ole Miss 29-69 / .420 Feb. 13 Missouri 31-58 / .534 at Miss. State 11-46 / .239 Feb. 16 Missouri 23-58 / .397 at Arkansas 26-61 / .426 Feb. 19 Missouri 23-53 / .434 Florida 22-54 / .407 Feb. 23 Missouri 33-76 / .434 at Kentucky 30-59 / .508 Feb. 28 Missouri 32-46 / .696 at S. Carolina 24-56 / .429 March 2 Missouri 36-62 / .581 LSU 26-62 / .419 March 5 Missouri 29-50 / .580 Arkansas 26-60 / .433 March 9 Missouri 24-58 / .414 at Tennessee 22-60 / .367 March 14 Missouri 21-47 / .447 vs. Texas A&M 14-58 / .241 March 15 Missouri 24-59 / .407 vs. Ole Miss 24-61 / .393 March 21 Missouri 24-57 / .421 vs. Colo. State 25-51 / .490

3FG-3FGA / % 7-16 / .438 11-26 / .423 8-22 / .364 4-12 / .333 7-12 / .583 5-18 / .278 4-19 / .211 6-26 / .231 5-15 / .333 9-21 / .429 8-19 / .421 8-26 / .308 6-19 / .316 5-14 / .357 4-13 / .308 9-26 / .346 5-19 / .263 6-24 / .250 6-27 / .222 6-23 / .261 5-19 / .263 8-32 / .250 12-28 / .429 4-14 / .286 5-13 / .385 7-16 / .438 9-15 / .600 5-17 / .294 2-18 / .111 5-18 / .278 9-22 / .409 10-17 / .588 6-24 / .250 8-19 / .421 5-27 / .185 6-20 / .300 11-21 / .524 8-24 / .333 7-25 / .280 6-17 / .353 6-16 / .375 7-22 / .318 4-12 / .333 6-12 / .500 12-23 / .522 6-18 / .333 9-20 / .450 3-19 / .158 2-14 / .143 7-23 / .304 5-22 / .227 10-33 / .303 5-20 / .250 7-17 / .412 6-9 / .667 10-26 / .385 5-16 / .313 12-28 / .429 7-14 / .500 6-25 / .240 4-17 / .235 7-20 / .350 5-13 / .385 5-16 / .313 7-23 / .304 5-21 / .238 7-23 / .304 7-14 / .500

FT-FTA / % 12-19 / .632 12-18 / .667 31-44 / .705 12-20 / .600 23-32 / .719 11-18 / .611 22-25 / .880 22-26 / .846 10-19 / .526 13-20 / .650 4-6 / .667 3-6 / .500 8-14 / .571 9-13 / .692 17-21 / .810 8-11 / .727 15-19 / .789 2-5 / .400 14-16 / .875 5-6 / .833 19-24 / .792 15-19 / .789 6-10 / .600 13-16 / .813 7-12 / .583 5-11 / .455 15-22 / .682 15-18 / .833 5-6 / .833 15-20 / .750 18-25 / .720 10-12 / .833 14-17 / .824 5-8 / .625 28-36 / .778 11-17 / .647 14-16 / .875 3-10 / .300 17-22 / .773 17-28 / .607 25-33 / .758 32-36 / .889 22-24 / .917 8-12 / .667 16-20 / .800 15-18 / .833 7-10 / .700 11-22 / .500 23-31 / .742 14-24 / .583 12-15 / .800 6-12 / .500 12-17 / .706 23-36 / .639 20-26 / .769 10-14 / .714 12-17 / .706 12-16 / .750 28-40 / .700 5-13 / .385 10-15 / .667 13-16 / .813 15-21 / .714 17-24 / .708 7-13 / .538 11-20 / .550 17-19 / .895 27-33 / .818

OR-DR-TOT 15-35-50 15-25-40 24-32-56 15-25-40 16-25-41 10-15-25 19-24-43 12-27-39 11-26-37 10-22-32 12-28-40 12-19-31 16-29-45 13-18-31 18-31-49 6-23-29 14-38-52 11-16-27 15-33-48 16-18-34 22-36-58 14-21-35 20-30-50 12-24-36 13-25-38 14-25-39 5-22-27 9-23-32 11-25-36 11-26-37 13-18-31 9-20-29 6-19-25 7-28-35 16-28-44 16-27-43 11-29-40 5-13-18 16-23-39 3-23-26 8-25-33 9-22-31 10-21-31 10-15-25 22-28-50 13-19-32 10-36-46 6-19-25 11-36-47 7-24-31 12-28-40 8-20-28 17-22-39 12-29-41 6-22-28 12-8-20 13-22-35 14-16-30 11-33-44 5-14-19 10-22-32 18-27-45 11-35-46 14-17-31 17-30-47 13-22-35 3-16-19 12-30-42

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PF 17 19 18 29 17 24 23 24 17 17 11 13 13 15 12 16 12 15 7 11 14 21 17 16 12 15 16 21 19 14 16 17 15 14 19 24 16 11 19 18 23 26 17 15 13 16 18 13 25 25 15 15 25 16 18 21 15 17 11 29 16 13 20 18 17 14 24 17

A 20 11 11 7 10 10 13 10 13 16 12 9 18 8 13 12 15 8 19 13 16 10 21 21 8 14 18 8 9 9 14 9 8 21 10 9 16 13 7 10 17 9 10 17 14 9 21 3 12 16 11 10 14 16 19 14 17 11 13 12 13 9 15 4 13 8 13 10

TO 12 8 9 16 14 15 10 18 23 10 14 8 17 15 5 9 19 12 7 12 12 7 17 6 8 12 10 16 19 12 9 19 21 16 13 13 14 10 8 12 11 12 16 12 9 11 14 15 17 11 19 14 9 14 12 10 11 10 15 11 8 12 19 12 16 7 5 14

BLK 3 1 10 4 1 1 3 7 2 1 2 0 2 3 4 5 6 5 3 2 2 4 5 6 3 4 5 4 4 4 5 4 1 7 2 2 3 2 2 1 3 1 3 5 4 4 4 3 3 2 3 3 4 9 5 2 4 1 3 5 5 5 4 1 3 2 3 3

STL 7 5 11 5 6 3 8 7 3 12 3 4 10 8 7 4 4 7 8 5 2 5 5 9 5 2 8 6 6 13 9 4 11 14 10 6 6 7 8 7 8 5 5 7 10 4 8 4 7 7 8 10 10 3 6 5 3 5 7 9 7 4 5 12 2 7 6 1

PTS 83 69 91 54 74 54 78 70 61 84 68 65 72 56 81 65 68 38 102 51 82 73 94 97 66 64 84 68 49 64 79 62 52 83 71 65 81 59 70 73 91 77 68 70 98 79 78 36 71 73 63 60 83 90 90 68 89 76 93 63 62 64 62 50 62 64 72 84

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34 18

34

JANKOVIC, Stefan Conference Only

WEBSTER-CHAN, Negus Conference Only

ROSBURG, Ryan Conference Only

FELDMANN, Danny Conference Only

HAITH, Corey Conference Only

BULL, Dominique Conference Only

TEAM Conference Only

Total Conference Only

Opponents Conference Only

14

44

31

04

10

TM

9-0 3-0

10-0 4-0

12-0 6-0

31-0 17-0

32-6 16-2

25-2 12-1

14 5

18 8

26 13

213 120

497 154

197 78

582 342

1.6 1.7

1.8 2.0

2.2 2.2

6.9 7.1

15.5 9.6

7.9 6.5

18.8 20.1

812-2015 438-1016

924-2015 480-1018

0-1 0-1

1-7 1-2

3-4 0-0

11-27 2-8

27-88 4-22

23-63 7-27

63-142 30-75

119-288 66-151

.403 .431

.459 .472

.000 .000

.143 .500

.750 .000

.407 .250

.307 .182

.365 .259

.444 .400

.413 .437

234-704 129-375

215-635 114-335

0-0 0-0

1-7 1-2

0-1 0-0

0-0 0-0

16-59 3-18

12-38 5-19

3-11 2-6

49-130 30-71

11-40 8-18

0-0 0-0

46-142 18-69

.332 .344

.339 .340

.000 .000

.143 .500

.000 .000

.000 .000

.271 .167

.316 .263

.273 .333

.377 .423

.275 .444

.000 .000

.324 .261

410-598 225-332

525-706 298-392

1-2 1-2

2-4 2-4

0-0 0-0

8-14 6-8

10-15 1-2

18-20 6-6

31-51 21-31

63-89 31-41

84-97 54-63

106-142 60-78

75-102 32-46

84-107 63-81

.686 .678

.744 .760

.500 .500

.500 .500

.000 .000

.571 .750

.667 .500

.900 1.000

.608 .677

.708 .756

.866 .857

.746 .769

.735 .696

.785 .778

373-720-1093 174-373-547

1-2-3 0-1-1

0-2-2 0-1-1

1-4-5 0-2-2

21-20-41 9-13-22

15-48-63 2-10-12

13-23-36 4-9-13

55-94-149 27-54-81

56-115-171 25-55-80

34-101-135 12-50-62

106-180-286 55-96-151

26-87-113 13-44-57

13-72-85 9-48-57

63-115-178 24-48-72

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31-4 17-4

25.3 25.3

.523 .579

.639 .679

.376 .399

.366 .376

.683 .700

CRISWELL, Tony Conference Only

860 456

124-237 81-140

138-216 72-106

141-375 69-173

56-153 41-109

43-63 21-30

03

34-10 18-1

25.3 28.6

25.8 26.0

33.9 33.1

.404 .427

.389 .261

ROSS, Earnest Conference Only

810 457

878 468

1151 596

101-250 79-185

21-54 6-23

33

32-27 16-15

34-34 18-18

34-34 18-18

32.7 33.1

.546 .539

BELL, Keion Conference Only

REBOUNDS Off-Def-Tot

05

Pct

ORIAKHI, Alex Conference Only

FT-FTA

42

Pct

PRESSEY, Phil Conference Only

818 595

173-317 69-128

3-PTS 3FG-FGA

01

25-24 18-18

27.1 25.6

Pct

BROWN, Jabari Conference Only

786 333

TOTAL FG-FGA

32

29-29 13-13

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BOWERS, Laurence Conference Only

Min

21

GP-GS

Player

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32.1 30.4

40.8 37.1

3.5 3.1

0.3 0.3

0.2 0.3

0.4 0.3

1.3 1.3

2.0 0.8

1.4 1.1

4.8 4.8

5.0 4.4

4.2 3.9

8.4 8.4

3.3 3.2

3.4 3.2

6.1 5.5

Avg

609-12 325-6

567-7 316-6

0-0 0-0

3-0 1-0

2-0 1-0

27-0 15-0

30-0 14-0

45-1 20-0

71-1 42-1

63-0 30-0

57-1 30-1

79-2 49-2

64-0 41-0

51-0 36-0

75-2 37-2

PF-FO

376 205

473 243

1 0

2 0

0 0

7 3

24 9

9 1

21 10

39 19

52 29

12 6

240 128

35 27

31 11

A

411 230

442 235

7 2

1 0

0 0

4 1

6 4

21 6

8 4

26 12

64 35

57 31

47 25

120 71

43 29

38 15

TO

113 64

119 63

0 0

0 0

0 0

6 3

0 0

7 2

4 1

7 4

4 3

54 32

2 1

1 1

34 16

Blk

216 120

229 137

0 0

2 1

0 0

1 1

12 4

6 3

13 10

42 29

37 19

20 14

61 35

17 14

18 7

Stl

2268 1230

2588 1372

1 1

5 5

6 0

30 10

80 12

76 25

160 83

350 193

343 224

382 204

403 188

342 262

410 165

Pts

66.7 68.3

76.1 76.2

0.1 0.3

0.5 1.3

0.5 0.0

1.0 0.6

2.5 0.8

3.0 2.1

5.2 4.9

10.3 10.7

10.7 14.0

11.2 11.3

11.9 10.4

13.7 14.6

14.1 12.7

Avg


GAME 1: Mizzou 83, SIUE 69 Nov. 10, 2012 Mizzou Arena Columbia, Mo.

Score by Period SIUE Mizzou

siue

## 14 33 35 01 02 04 10 15 22 25 30

2nd 35 43

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 2 9 0 0 0 5 0 2 6 14 5 8 5 14 1 3 4 13 3 7 3 6 1 4 1 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 1 1

Player Shaffer, Derian - F Yelovich, Mark- F Jones, Jerome - G Davis, Kris - G Wiltz, Maurice - G Johnson, Tim Reed, Reggie Birts, Michael Joy, Charles Lester, Ray Messer, Michael TEAM Totals

23 69 11

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-36 30.6% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 7-18 38.9% F Throw % 1st Half: 5-6 83.3%

Mizzou

## 21 42 01 05 33 03 14 35 44

1st 34 40

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Ross, Earnest - G Criswell, Tony Webster-Chan, Negus Jankovic, Stefan Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

26

ft 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 8

fta reb tp a blk stl 2 8 5 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 3 2 17 0 0 1 0 2 11 1 0 0 0 5 11 4 0 2 3 4 9 2 1 0 0 1 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 2 13 1 0 0 8 12 18 40 69 11 1 5

2nd Half: 12-33 36.4% Game: 33.3% 2nd Half: 4-8 50.0% Game: 42.3% 2nd Half: 7-12 58.3% Game: 66.7%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 9 14 0 0 4 9 0 0 7 12 2 2 3 8 0 3 2 10 0 4 1 5 0 0 4 7 3 5 2 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 32 68

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 15-39 38.5% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-9 33.3% F Throw % 1st Half: 7-11 63.6%

Total 69 83

fta reb tp a blk stl 3 7 20 1 0 0 3 15 8 0 3 0 4 5 19 9 0 1 2 4 8 4 0 1 4 4 7 1 0 1 2 10 3 0 0 1 0 2 11 4 0 3 1 1 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 16 12 19 50 83 20 3 7

7

ft 2 0 3 2 3 1 0 1 0

2nd Half: 17-29 58.6% Game: 47.1% 2nd Half: 4-7 57.1% Game: 43.8% 2nd Half: 5-8 62.5% Game: 63.2%

GAME 3: Mizzou 74, Nicholls St. 54 Nov. 16, 2012 Mizzou Arena Columbia, Mo.

Score by Period Nicholls State Mizzou

nich. state

## 02 15 20 21 22 04 10 13 33 35

Player Prest, Lachlan - F McBeath, Sam- F Hunter, Fred - G Rillieux, Shan - G Carpenter, T.J. - G Smith, Jeremy Maciel, Pedro Julien, Travis Horace, JaMarkus Smith-Hyde, Linden TEAM Totals

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 8-24 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-11 F Throw % 1st Half: 6-8

Mizzou

## 21 42 01 05 33 03 14 35 44

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Ross, Earnest - G Criswell, Tony Webster-Chan, Negus Jankovic, Stefan Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

1st 25 32

2nd 29 42

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 0 4 0 2 3 8 2 5 7 11 0 1 1 5 0 2 5 10 3 6 3 6 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 49 33.3% 27.3% 75.0%

5

18

22 51

ft 0 2 8 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

fta reb tp a blk stl 0 0 0 4 0 0 3 5 10 2 1 1 11 5 22 1 0 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 5 14 2 0 0 0 4 6 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 11 18 25 54 10 1 3

2nd Half: 11-25 44.0% Game: 38.8% 2nd Half: 2-7 28.6% Game: 27.8% 2nd Half: 5-10 50.0% Game: 61.1%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 4 7 1 2 4 10 0 0 2 6 1 2 3 8 1 2 6 9 3 4 1 4 0 0 1 3 1 2 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 0

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-28 39.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-7 51.1% F Throw % 1st Half: 6-10 60.0%

Total 54 74

7

fta reb tp a blk stl 6 5 12 2 0 1 10 10 17 2 1 0 2 3 6 3 0 1 7 7 13 1 0 4 2 5 16 0 0 0 3 3 4 1 0 0 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 12 23 32 41 74 10 1 6 ft 3 9 1 6 1 2 1 0 0

2nd Half: 11-23 47.8% Game: 43.1% 2nd Half: 3-5 60.0% Game: 58.3% 2nd Half: 17-22 77.3% Game: 71.9%

GAME 2: Mizzou 91, Alcorn State 54 Nov. 13, 2012 Mizzou Arena Columbia, Mo.

Score by Period Alcorn State Mizzou

Alcorn st.

## 24 32 21 14 15 00 03 10 11 30

Player Francis, Ian - F Starks, Michael - F Raquil, Stephane - C Nieves, Anthony - G Luckett, LeAntwan - G Hunt, Tyrel Evans, Anthony Hampton, Devonte Sanders, Martrevious Hester, Jamaal TEAM Totals

2nd 31 61

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 2 5 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 5 10 0 0 4 18 1 3 1 5 0 0 3 10 3 8 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 5 0 0 19 62

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 9-31 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-2 F Throw % 1st Half: 4-8

Mizzou

## 21 42 01 05 33 03 04 14 31 35 44

1st 23 30

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Ross, Earnest - G Criswell, Tony Haith, Corey Webster-Chan, Negus Feldmann, Danny Jankovic, Stefan Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 9-39 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-14 F Throw % 1st Half: 9-13

23.1% 50.0% 50.0%

4

12

Total 54 91

ft 0 0 0 3 5 0 2 0 0 2

fta reb tp 0 4 4 2 2 4 0 5 0 4 4 13 8 4 14 0 0 2 4 5 11 0 1 0 0 2 0 2 4 6 7 12 20 40 54

a 0 1 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 7

blk stl 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4

5

2nd Half: 10-31 32.3% Game: 30.6% 2nd Half: 3-10 30.0% Game: 33.3% 2nd Half: 8-12 66.7% Game: 60.0%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga ft fta reb tp a blk stl 5 10 3 4 1 2 4 14 0 3 0 1 5 0 0 10 13 10 12 0 1 1 6 15 2 8 7 9 1 21 2 0 3 2 7 1 1 2 2 2 7 0 0 1 7 8 1 2 2 4 10 17 3 1 1 2 7 0 0 2 4 4 6 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 1 4 2 4 11 5 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 6 0 2 4 4 5 8 4 3 2 0 1 0 0 1 2 7 1 1 1 0 2 26 68 8 22 31 44 56 91 11 10 11 23.1% 21.4% 69.2%

2nd Half: 17-29 58.6% Game: 38.2% 2nd Half: 5-8 62.5% Game: 36.4% 2nd Half: 22-31 71.0% Game: 70.5%

GAME 4: Mizzou 78, Stanford 70 Nov. 22, 2012 Imperial Arena Nassau, Bahamas

Score by Period Stanford Mizzou

1st 34 37

2nd 36 41

Total 70 78

Stanford

## 24 33 04 01 05 10 11 12 30 40

tot 3-pt Player fg fga fg fga ft fta reb tp a blk stl Huestis, Josh - F 2 8 0 2 3 4 8 7 3 3 2 Powell, Dwight - F 5 9 2 4 6 6 10 18 1 3 0 Nastic, Stefan - C 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 Sanders, Christian - G 0 4 0 2 3 4 4 3 1 0 0 Randle, Chasson - G 7 14 1 6 7 7 4 22 3 0 3 Lemons, Robbie 1 5 1 4 2 3 1 5 1 0 1 Brown, Andy 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Allen, Rosco 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 Verhoeven, Grant 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 Gage, John 4 10 2 7 0 0 3 10 0 1 1 TEAM 6 Totals 21 56 6 26 22 26 39 70 10 7 7

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-30 36.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-15 26.7% F Throw % 1st Half: 8-11 72.7%

Mizzou

## 21 42 01 05 33 03 14 35 44

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Ross, Earnest - G Criswell, Tony Webster-Chan, Negus Jankovic, Stefan Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 9 15 1 4 3 5 0 0 5 13 2 4 2 4 0 0 3 19 0 5 1 3 0 1 1 7 1 5 0 1 0 0 2 4 0 0 26 71

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-33 42.4% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-6 16.7% F Throw % 1st Half: 8-9 88.9%

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2nd Half: 10-26 38.5% Game: 37.5% 2nd Half: 2-11 18.2% Game: 23.1% 2nd Half: 14-15 93.3% Game: 84.6%

4

fta reb tp a blk stl 0 10 19 2 2 1 8 4 13 0 1 1 6 5 18 8 0 4 4 4 8 1 0 0 5 11 10 2 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 5 0 0 0 5 19 22 25 43 78 13 3 8 ft 0 7 6 4 4 0 0 0 1

2nd Half: 12-38 31.6% Game: 36.6% 2nd Half: 3-13 23.1% Game: 21.1% 2nd Half: 14-16 87.5% Game: 88.0%

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GAME 5: Louisville 84, Mizzou 61 Nov. 23, 2012 Imperial Arena Nassau, Bahamas

Score by Period Mizzou Louisville

1st 31 39

2nd 30 45

Mizzou

## 21 42 01 05 33 03 14 35 44

tot 3-pt Player fg fga fg fga ft fta reb Bowers, Laurence - F 3 6 0 0 0 2 1 Oriakhi, Alex - F 7 11 0 0 1 5 8 Pressey, Phil - G 6 15 3 6 0 0 3 Bell, Keion - G 0 0 0 0 4 4 3 Ross, Earnest - G 1 4 1 3 2 2 2 Criswell, Tony 4 5 0 0 1 2 7 Webster-Chan, Negus 2 6 1 4 1 2 6 Jankovic, Stefan 0 3 0 2 1 2 4 Rosburg, Ryan 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 TEAM 2 Totals 23 50 5 15 10 19 37

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-22 50.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-9 33.3% F Throw % 1st Half: 6-11 54.5%

Louisville

## 20 21 10 02 03 05 11 15 24 25 44

Player Blackshear, Wayne - F Behanan, Chane - F Dieng, Gorgui - C Smith, Russ - G Siva, Peyton - G Ware, Kevin Hancock, Luke Henderson, Tim Harrell, Montrezl Price, Zach Van Treese, Stephan TEAM Totals

tp 6 15 15 4 5 9 6 1 0

a 1 0 7 1 1 2 0 1 0

61 13

Nov. 24, 2012 Imperial Arena Nassau, Bahamas

blk stl 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

31 63

fta reb tp a blk stl 4 3 12 0 0 0 3 4 13 0 0 2 3 6 5 3 1 1 3 6 18 3 0 6 4 3 13 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 19 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 5 21 13 20 32 84 16 1 12

9

ft 3 1 1 3 3 0 2 0 0 0 0

2nd Half: 17-26 65.4% Game: 49.2% 2nd Half: 5-8 62.5% Game: 42.9% 2nd Half: 6-11 54.5% Game: 65.0%

GAME 7: Mizzou 72, App. St. 56 Dec. 1, 2012 Mizzou Arena Columbia, Mo.

Score by Period Appalachian St. Mizzou

App. State

## 04 11 13 35 02 01 10 12 24

Player Obacha, Michael - F Healy, Michael - F Trice, Jamaal - F Canty, Jay - F Hamilton, Tab - G Baskin, Tevin Burgess, Chris Gilbert, Rantavious Okam Brian TEAM Totals

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 8-32 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-5 F Throw % 1st Half: 4-6

Mizzou

## 21 42 01 14 33 03 04 05 31 35 44

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Webster-Chan, Negus - G

Ross, Earnest - G Criswell, Tony Haith, Corey Bell, Keion Feldmann, Danny Jankovic, Stefan Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

2nd 35 33

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 0 4 0 0 4 9 1 2 2 8 2 3 11 19 1 4 2 11 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0

ft 1 0 0 6 0 0 0 2 0

21 59

9

25.0% 20.0% 66.7%

5

14

a 1 2 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 8

29 59

8

6

19

ft 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

27 65

3

Mizzou

## 21 42 01 14 33 03 05 35 44

2nd 37 38

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 6 11 0 0 2 7 2 5 1 3 0 0 6 12 0 3 4 11 4 11 0 0 0 0 4 9 2 4 2 4 0 0 2 7 0 3 0 1 0 0

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 12-31 38.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-14 21.4% F Throw % 1st Half: 1-4 25.0%

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Webster-Chan, Negus - G

Ross, Earnest - G Criswell, Tony Bell, Keion Jankovic, Stefan Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

8

26

Total 65 68

fta reb tp 0 9 12 0 2 6 2 2 4 1 5 12 0 3 12 0 0 0 0 2 10 0 2 4 1 0 5 2 0 0 6 6 31 65

a 0 2 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 9

blk stl 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4

2nd Half: 15-34 44.1% Game: 41.5% 2nd Half: 5-12 41.7% Game: 30.8% 2nd Half: 2-2 100.0% Game: 50.0%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 7 14 0 1 3 7 0 0 4 9 3 5 4 8 2 6 4 7 3 5 1 2 0 0 5 10 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ft 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0

28 57

4

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-31 41.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-9 22.2% F Throw % 1st Half: 2-3 66.7%

Dec. 4, 2012 Mizzou Arena Columbia, Mo.

blk stl 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 3

8

19

fta reb tp a blk stl 0 11 14 2 1 1 0 6 6 0 1 0 0 2 11 8 0 1 2 5 12 1 0 0 0 1 11 0 0 0 2 7 2 0 0 0 2 4 12 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 6 40 68 12 2 3

2nd Half: 15-26 57.7% Game: 49.1% 2nd Half: 6-10 60.0% Game: 42.1% 2nd Half: 2-3 66.7% Game: 66.7%

fta reb tp a blk stl 2 5 23 0 1 2 3 5 5 0 0 0 0 4 5 7 1 4 0 3 0 2 0 1 4 9 13 3 0 0 0 3 10 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 6 12 4 0 3 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 3 2 1 0 0 4 14 45 72 18 2 10

Score by Period SE Missouri St. Mizzou

SEMO

## 01 33 04 13 23 02 03 15 24

8

2nd Half: 13-27 48.1% Game: 35.6% 2nd Half: 4-9 44.4% Game: 35.7% 2nd Half: 5-7 71.4% Game: 69.2%

ft 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 0

Player Reddic, Juvonte - F Weber, Briante - G Theus, Darius - G Graham, Treveon - G Daniels, Troy - G Okereafor, Teddy Brandenberg, Rob Tuoyo, Justin Johnson, Melvin Haley, D.J. TEAM Totals

1st 28 30

GAME 8: Mizzou 81, SEMO 65

Total 56 72

fta reb tp 4 6 1 0 2 9 0 6 6 7 6 29 0 0 5 0 1 0 0 2 2 2 1 2 0 2 2 5 13 31 56

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 9 11 3 3 2 3 0 0 2 7 1 6 0 4 0 2 5 10 1 2 5 8 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 10 1 3 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 0

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 16-33 48.5% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-10 30.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 4-9 44.4%

70

1st 21 39

Score by Period VCU Mizzou

VCU

## 15 02 10 21 30 05 11 31 32 33

3

2nd Half: 12-28 42.9% Game: 46.0% 2nd Half: 2-6 33.3% Game: 33.3% 2nd Half: 4-8 50.0% Game: 52.5%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 4 9 1 4 6 8 0 0 2 6 0 0 7 17 1 7 4 8 2 3 0 1 0 0 6 9 5 7 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 31-63 37.8% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-13 30.8% F Throw % 1st Half: 7-9 77.8%

GAME 6: Mizzou 68, VCU 65

Total 61 84

Player Johnson, Nino - F Stone, Tyler - F Wilford, Corey - G Nutt, Lucas - G Smith, Marland - G Jones, A.J. Niemczyk, Nick Tolbert, Jacob White, Jared TEAM Totals

2nd 20 46

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 6 12 0 1 5 14 1 2 5 12 3 8 3 6 3 4 3 9 0 5 0 0 0 0 2 6 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ft 1 2 1 0 4 0 0 0 0

24 59

8

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 16-29 55.2% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 8-15 53.3% F Throw % 1st Half: 5-7 71.4%

Mizzou

## 21 42 01 14 33 03 05 44

1st 45 35

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Webster-Chan, Negus - G

Ross, Earnest - G Criswell, Tony Bell, Keion Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

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30 67

fta reb tp a blk stl 2 7 13 1 4 0 2 7 13 1 1 1 2 2 14 4 0 1 0 2 9 2 0 0 5 5 10 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 11 28 65 12 3 5

2nd Half: 8-30 2nd Half: 1-11 2nd Half: 3-4

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 10 18 2 2 3 9 0 0 4 18 1 7 1 4 0 1 0 1 0 1 6 8 1 1 5 10 0 1 1 1 0 0

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 16-41 39.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-10 30.0% 0.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 0-2

2nd Half: 13-26 50.0% Game: 49.2% 2nd Half: 3-9 33.3% Game: 31.6% 2nd Half: 4-5 80.0% Game: 57.1%

9

Total 65 81

4

26.7% Game: 40.7% 9.1% Game: 34.6% 75.0% Game: 72.7%

fta reb tp a blk stl 4 9 26 1 2 1 0 7 6 0 1 0 12 7 17 5 0 3 1 2 3 1 0 0 2 4 2 1 0 1 0 3 13 0 0 1 2 11 12 3 1 1 0 2 2 2 0 0 4 13 17 21 48 81 13 4 7 ft 4 0 8 1 2 0 2 0

2nd Half: 14-28 50.0% Game: 43.5% 2nd Half: 1-3 33.3% Game: 30.8% 2nd Half: 17-19 89.5% Game: 81.0%


GAME 9: Mizzou 68, Tenn. St. 38 Dec. 8, 2012 Mizzou Arena Columbia, Mo.

Score by Period Tennessee State Mizzou

1st 20 23

2nd 18 45

Tenn. St.

## 01 04 33 02 10 05 22 24 45

tot 3-pt Player fg fga fg fga Thornton, Kellen - F 2 12 0 1 Rhett, M.J. - F 1 4 0 0 Covington, Robert - F 5 18 2 9 Miller, Patrick - G 2 11 1 4 Dockery, Deshawn - G 1 2 0 0 Harris, Jay 0 1 0 0 Fredrick, Tashan 0 0 0 0 McClung, Devante 0 1 0 1 Cyphers, Jordan 4 14 3 9 TEAM Totals 15 63 6 24

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 8-27 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-12 F Throw % 1st Half: 0-0

Mizzou

## 21 42 01 14 33 03 04 05 10 31 35 44

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Webster-Chan, Negus - G

Ross, Earnest - G Criswell, Tony Haith, Corey Bell, Keion Bull, Dominique Feldmann, Danny Jankovic, Stefan Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

29.6% 33.3% 0.0%

24 53

fta reb tp 0 4 4 2 6 3 0 5 12 3 2 6 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 11 4 5 27 38

2

2nd Half: 7-36 2nd Half: 2-12 2nd Half: 2-5

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 8 15 1 3 5 7 0 0 1 4 1 2 2 5 1 4 0 6 0 4 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 7 2 5 1 3 0 0

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-25 40.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-8 12.5% F Throw % 1st Half: 2-4 50.0%

ft 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

GAME 10: Mizzou 102, S. Car. St. 51

Total 38 68

a 1 0 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 8

Dec. 17, 2012 Mizzou Arena Columbia, Mo.

blk stl 0 0 2 1 2 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 5

7

19.4% Game: 23.8% 16.7% Game: 25.0% 40.0% Game: 40.0%

fta reb tp a blk stl 2 10 18 1 2 1 6 10 15 1 3 0 2 1 5 3 0 0 2 8 7 4 0 0 2 4 1 1 0 3 1 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 5 14 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 6 19 15 19 52 68 15 6 4

5

ft 1 5 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0

2nd Half: 14-28 50.0% Game: 45.3% 2nd Half: 4-11 36.4% Game: 26.3% 2nd Half: 13-15 86.7% Game: 78.9%

GAME 11: Mizzou 82, Illinois 73 Dec. 22, 2012 Scottrade Center St. Louis, Mo.

Score by Period Mizzou Illinois

1st 41 35

2nd 41 38

Total 82 73

Mizzou

## 21 42 01 05 32 03 14 33

tot 3-pt Player fg fga fg fga ft fta reb tp a blk stl Bowers, Laurence - F 10 20 1 3 2 3 10 23 4 1 0 Oriakhi, Alex - F 5 10 0 0 3 3 14 13 0 1 0 Pressey, Phil - G 3 19 0 4 6 6 7 12 11 0 1 Bell, Keion- G 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 Brown, Jabari - G 5 10 3 7 5 6 7 18 0 0 0 Criswell, Tony 3 5 0 0 1 2 5 7 0 0 1 Webster-Chan, Negus 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ross, Earnest 3 8 1 4 1 2 6 8 1 0 0 TEAM 7 Totals 29 73 5 19 19 24 58 82 16 2 2

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 16-37 43.2% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-13 38.5% F Throw % 1st Half: 4-5 80.0%

Illinois

## 42 32 01 03 13 00 02 20 21

Player Griffey, Tyler - F Egwu, Nnanna - C Richardson, D.J. - G Paul, Brandon - G Abrams, Tracy - G McLaurin, Sam Bertrand, Joseph Henry, Mike Langford, Devin TEAM Totals

2nd Half: 13-36 36.1% Game: 39.7% 0.0% Game: 26.3% 2nd Half: 0-6 2nd Half: 15-19 78.9% Game: 79.2%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga ft fta reb tp a blk stl 5 8 4 7 0 0 2 14 1 1 0 5 11 0 0 2 3 9 12 0 1 1 3 13 1 9 0 0 2 7 3 0 1 5 18 2 8 11 14 8 23 5 2 1 2 9 0 3 0 0 3 4 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 5 11 1 4 2 2 3 13 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 25 74 8 32 15 19 35 73 10 4 5

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-35 31.4% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-17 23.5% F Throw % 1st Half: 9-11 81.8%

2nd Half: 14-39 35.9% Game: 33.8% 2nd Half: 4-15 26.7% Game: 25.0% 2nd Half: 6-8 75.0% Game: 78.9%

Score by Period S. Carolina St. Mizzou

S.C. State

## 22 30 01 05 10 12 20 33

Player Hezekiah, Matt - F Palmer, Darryl - F Toombs, Khalif - G Adams, Louis - G Myers, Patrick - G Mitchell, Shaquiell Campbell, Chasen Radvoic, Luka TEAM Totals

2nd 33 53

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 5 14 0 0 2 8 1 5 3 16 2 8 2 10 1 3 0 4 0 2 4 8 2 2 1 4 0 1 3 5 0 2

ft 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

20 69

5

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 7-32 21.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-8 25.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 2-2 100.0%

Mizzou

## 21 35 42 01 05 03 04 10 14 31 32 33 44

1st 18 49

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Jankovic, Stefan - F Oriakhi, Alex - C Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Criswell, Tony Haith, Corey Bull, Dominique Webster-Chan, Negus Feldmann, Danny Brown, Jabari Ross, Earnest Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

6

23

41 72

fta reb tp a blk stl 4 12 14 0 1 2 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 5 8 8 0 1 2 4 6 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 4 10 0 0 1 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 3 6 0 0 0 3 6 34 51 13 2 5

2nd Half: 13-37 35.1% Game: 29.0% 2nd Half: 4-15 26.7% Game: 26.1% 2nd Half: 3-4 75.0% Game: 83.3%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 4 6 1 1 4 7 1 4 4 5 0 0 2 4 0 1 6 12 0 3 4 6 0 0 0 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 3 3 1 1 2 2 0 0 3 9 1 7 6 10 2 6 3 4 0 0

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 18-33 54.5% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-14 35.7% F Throw % 1st Half: 80.0 80.0%

Total 51 102

fta reb tp 2 2 11 3 1 11 1 11 9 2 3 6 0 4 12 0 8 8 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 7 7 0 0 4 6 1 12 2 3 16 0 2 6 4 27 14 16 48 102

6

a blk stl 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 6 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 0

ft 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 2 0

19

3

8

2nd Half: 23-39 59.0% Game: 56.9% 7.7% Game: 22.2% 2nd Half: 1-13 2nd Half: 6-6 100.0% Game: 87.5%

GAME 12: UCLA 97, Mizzou 94 OT Dec. 28, 2012 Pauley Pavilion Los Angeles, Calif.

Score by Period Mizzou UCLA

1st 47 47

2nd 41 41

Mizzou

## 21 42 01 05 32 14 33 35 44

tot 3-pt Player fg fga fg fga Bowers, Laurence - F 8 14 0 2 Oriakhi, Alex - F 2 3 0 0 Pressey, Phil - G 8 22 3 8 Bell, Keion- G 8 13 0 1 Brown, Jabari - G 5 13 4 8 Webster-Chan, Negus 1 5 1 3 Ross, Earnest 5 8 3 4 Jankovic, Stefan 1 2 1 2 Rosburg, Ryan 0 0 0 0 TEAM Totals 38 80 12 28

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 20-40 50.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-12 41.7% F Throw % 1st Half: 2-4 50.0%

UCLA

## 15 24 03 05 10 04 12 23

Player Muhammad, S. - F Wear, Travis - F Adams, Jordan - G Anderson, Kyle - G Drew II, Larry - G Powell, Norman Wear, David Parker, Tony TEAM Totals

40 79

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Total 94 97

fta reb tp a blk stl 1 9 17 0 2 1 3 7 5 1 2 0 0 3 19 19 0 2 2 6 17 0 0 1 0 7 14 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 4 7 16 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 10 50 94 21 5 5

2nd Half: 17-31 54.8% Game: 47.5% 2nd Half: 6-12 50.0% Game: 42.9% 2nd Half: 1-1 100.0% Game: 60.0%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 10 19 3 6 11 20 0 0 4 13 1 4 2 7 0 1 3 7 0 1 2 4 0 2 7 7 0 0 1 2 0 0

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 20-44 45.5% 0.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 0-7 F Throw % 1st Half: 7-8 87.5%

ft 1 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 0

OT 6 9

4

fta reb tp a blk stl 5 1 27 1 0 0 0 9 22 1 2 3 3 4 12 5 0 2 3 6 6 2 0 1 2 3 8 10 1 2 0 1 4 2 2 0 3 6 16 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 4 14 13 16 36 97 21 6 9 ft 4 0 3 2 2 0 2 0

2nd Half: 17-29 58.6% Game: 50.6% 2nd Half: 2-4 50.0% Game: 28.6% 2nd Half: 5-6 83.3% Game: 81.3%

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GAME 13: Mizzou 66, Bucknell 64 Jan. 5, 2013 Mizzou Arena Columbia, Mo.

Score by Period Bucknell Mizzou

Bucknell

## 15 31 11 12 42 03 10 32

Player Willman, Joe - F Muscala, Mike - C Hill, Ryan - G Johnson, Bryson - G Ayers, Cameron - G Kaspar, Steven Fitzpatrick, Brian Frazier, Ryan TEAM Totals

Mizzou

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - C Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Brown, Jabari - G Webster-Chan, Negus Ross, Earnest Jankovic, Stefan Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

2nd 36 42

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 4 11 0 0 10 17 0 0 1 1 0 0 4 12 3 7 5 11 3 8 0 2 0 0 1 4 0 0 1 4 1 1

ft 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0

26 62

5

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-30 36.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-8 25.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 4-6 66.7%

## 21 42 01 05 32 14 33 35 44

1st 28 24

7

16

Jan. 8, 2013 Mizzou Arena Columbia, Mo.

fta reb tp a blk stl 0 6 8 2 2 1 9 14 25 4 2 0 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 2 11 0 0 0 0 7 13 2 0 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 3 1 0 0 4 11 39 64 14 4 2

2nd Half: 15-32 46.9% Game: 41.9% 2nd Half: 5-8 62.5% Game: 43.8% 2nd Half: 1-5 20.0% Game: 45.5%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 8 14 0 0 4 6 0 0 10 22 3 6 1 1 0 0 1 9 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 9 0 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0

ft 0 1 3 0 0 0 3 0 0

27 63

7

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-32 34.4% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 0-8 0.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 2-5 40.0%

GAME 14: Mizzou 84, Alabama 68

Total 64 66

5

13

a blk stl 0 1 0 1 1 1 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0

fta reb tp 0 8 16 1 7 9 5 3 26 0 4 2 0 5 3 0 0 0 6 7 5 0 3 5 0 1 0 0 12 38 66

8

3

GAME 15: Ole Miss 64, Mizzou 49 Jan. 12, 2013 Tad Smith Coliseum Oxford, Miss.

Score by Period Mizzou Ole Miss

Mizzou

## 42 01 05 32 33 03 10 14 31 35 44

Player Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Brown, Jabari - G Ross, Earnest - G Criswell, Tony Bull, Dominique Webster-Chan, Negus Feldmann, Danny Jankovic, Stefan Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

## 23 31 10 22 32 03 20 34

Player Buckner, Reginald - F Holloway, Murphy - F White, LaDarius- G Henderson, Mar. - G Summers, Jarvis - G Millinghaus, Derrick Williams, Nick Jones, Aaron TEAM Totals

ft 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

21 57

5

2

18

22 56

fta reb tp 0 6 4 0 3 10 1 7 11 3 7 13 2 3 3 0 2 6 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 5 6 36 49

a 0 5 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

4

5

ft 0 6 0 1 8 0 0 0

fta reb tp 0 10 0 10 8 22 0 2 4 2 4 11 8 3 12 0 1 8 0 2 5 0 3 2 4 18 15 20 37 64

6

a blk stl 0 1 1 1 1 4 1 0 0 2 0 3 2 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 3 0 1 0 7

24 55

Mizzou

5

17

30 53

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-24 54.2% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 6-10 60.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 8-13 61.5%

Total 68 84

ft 1 2 0 7 0 0 3 2 0

fta reb tp 2 3 3 2 2 10 0 2 9 8 1 26 0 7 11 0 5 0 4 5 5 2 0 4 0 0 0 7 15 18 32 68

a 0 1 1 3 0 0 2 1 0

blk stl 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 2 0 0

8

4

6

2nd Half: 11-28 39.3% Game: 43.6% 2nd Half: 2-7 28.6% Game: 29.4% 2nd Half: 8-9 88.9% Game: 83.3%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 6 8 0 0 6 8 0 0 4 10 1 3 0 0 0 0 7 11 5 7 0 0 0 0 7 12 3 4 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Brown, Jabari - G Webster-Chan, Negus Ross, Earnest Jankovic, Stefan Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

Jan. 16, 2013 Mizzou Arena Columbia, Mo.

blk stl 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

9

2nd 32 44

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 1 5 0 0 4 8 0 0 4 9 1 3 8 14 3 7 5 12 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 2 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0

Player Jacobs, Nick - F Pollard, Devonta - F Lacey, Trevor - G Releford, Trevor - G Cooper, Rodney - G Gueye, Moussa Randolph, Levi Steele, Andrew Obasohan, Retin TEAM Totals

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-27 48.1% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-10 30.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 7-9 77.8%

## 21 42 01 05 32 14 33 35 44

1st 36 40

fta reb tp a blk stl 5 5 16 1 2 1 5 10 16 1 2 2 4 2 11 13 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 22 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 5 19 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 15 22 27 84 18 5 8

9

ft 4 4 2 0 3 0 2 0 0

2nd Half: 17-29 58.6% Game: 56.6% 2nd Half: 3-5 60.0% Game: 60.0% 2nd Half: 7-9 77.8% Game: 68.2%

GAME 16: Mizzou 79, Georgia 62

Total 49 64

2nd Half: 11-27 40.7% Game: 36.8% 2nd Half: 1-10 10.0% Game: 11.1% 2nd Half: 4-4 100.0% Game: 83.3%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 0 5 0 0 8 12 0 0 2 6 0 3 4 11 2 8 2 8 0 1 3 6 2 3 2 6 1 3 1 2 0 0

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 12-32 37.5% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-11 36.4% F Throw % 1st Half: 3-4 75.0%

72

2nd 27 33

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 2 4 0 0 5 11 0 4 5 11 0 1 4 13 2 7 1 7 0 4 3 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 3 0 0

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-30 33.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-8 12.5% F Throw % 1st Half: 1-2 50.0%

Ole Miss

1st 22 31

Alabama

## 15 24 05 12 21 14 20 22 32

5

2nd Half: 16-31 51.6% Game: 42.9% 2nd Half: 5-5 100.0% Game: 38.5% 2nd Half: 5-7 71.4% Game: 58.3%

Score by Period Alabama Mizzou

3 13

2nd Half: 10-24 41.7% Game: 39.3% 2nd Half: 1-7 14.3% Game: 27.8% 2nd Half: 12-16 75.0% Game: 75.0%

Score by Period Georgia Mizzou

Georgia

## 15 31 05 01 04 11 12 32 41 42

Player Williams, Donte’ - F Morris, Brandon - F Dixon, Tim - C Caldwell-Pope, K - G Mann, Charles - G Williams, Vincent Gaines, Kenny Florveus, John Cannon, John Djurisic, Nemanja TEAM Totals

2nd 32 41

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 1 5 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 5 12 3 7 1 4 1 1 7 10 3 4 1 2 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 3 7 1 2 21 46 10

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-20 50.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-9 55.6% F Throw % 1st Half: 5-7 71.4%

Mizzou

## 03 35 42 01 32 05 14 31 33 44

1st 30 38

Player Criswell, Tony - F Jankovic, Stefan F Oriakhi, Alex - C Pressey, Phil - G Brown, Jabari - G Bell, Keion Webster-Chan, Negus Feldmann, Danny Ross, Earnest Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

26 54

fta reb tp 1 3 2 0 1 3 0 0 0 2 2 15 1 3 3 6 4 23 0 2 3 0 3 2 0 1 2 2 5 9 4 10 12 29 62

a 0 0 0 3 2 3 0 1 0 0 9

blk stl 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4

4

2nd Half: 11-26 42.3% Game: 45.7% 2nd Half: 5-8 62.5% Game: 58.8% 2nd Half: 5-5 100.0% Game: 83.3%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 3 10 1 1 2 5 1 4 5 5 0 0 2 6 1 3 4 8 3 6 5 8 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 5 10 3 5 0 0 0 0

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 15-33 45.5% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-14 35.7% F Throw % 1st Half: 3-4 75.0%

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ft 0 0 0 2 0 6 0 0 0 2

Total 62 79

9

fta reb tp a blk stl 6 6 10 0 0 1 2 2 7 0 0 0 4 8 13 2 4 0 0 0 5 6 0 4 6 2 15 2 0 0 4 2 14 4 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 4 15 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 22 18 25 31 79 14 5 9 ft 3 2 3 0 4 4 0 0 2 0

2nd Half: 11-21 52.4% Game: 48.1% 2nd Half: 4-8 50.0% Game: 40.9% 2nd Half: 15-21 71.4% Game: 72.0%


GAME 17: Florida 83, Mizzou 52 Jan. 19, 2013 O’Connell Center Gainesville, Fla.

Score by Period Mizzou Florida

Mizzou

## 03 42 01 05 32 14 31 33 35 44

Player Criswell, Tony - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Brown, Jabari - G Webster-Chan, Negus Feldmann, Danny Ross, Earnest Jankovic, Stefan Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

florida

Player Murphy, Erik - F Young, Patric - F Boynton, Kenny - G Rosario, Mike - G Wilbekin, Scottie - G Kurtz, Jacob Ogbueze, Braxton Graham, Dillon Yeguete, Will Frazier, Michael Walker, DeVon TEAM Totals

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 8-24 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-10 F Throw % 1st Half: 4-5

2nd 29 43

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 2 7 1 4 1 2 0 0 1 7 0 4 5 6 0 0 5 18 4 11 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 6 1 3 0 1 0 0 16 49

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 17-29 58.6% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-10 40.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 2-3 66.7%

## 33 04 01 03 05 00 11 12 15 20 25

1st 23 40

6

24

ft 3 2 0 4 2 0 0 0 2 1

fta reb tp 4 5 8 3 2 4 0 2 2 4 0 14 2 1 16 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 7 2 4 1 6 14 17 25 52

a 1 0 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 8

Jan. 22, 2013 Mizzou Arena Columbia, Mo.

blk stl 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 1

ft 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1

35 59

5

8

19

fta reb tp a blk stl 0 5 15 0 2 2 1 8 9 2 3 2 1 3 14 3 1 1 0 2 9 3 0 1 0 3 13 10 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 6 13 0 1 2 2 2 7 2 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 5 8 35 83 21 7 14

Score by Period Vanderbilt Mizzou

Vanderbilt

## 00 21 34 02 24 11 15 20 35 40

Player Odom, Rod - F Jeter, Sheldon - F Moats, Shelby - F Johnson, Kedren - G Parker, Dai-Jon - G Fuller, Kyle Bright, Kevin Astroth, A.J. Siakam, James Henderson, Josh TEAM Totals

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 9-24 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-9 F Throw % 1st Half: 0-4

Mizzou

## 03 42 01 05 32 14 33 35 44

Player Criswell, Tony - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Brown, Jabari - G Webster-Chan, Negus Ross, Earnest Jankovic, Stefan Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

1st 20 49

2nd 39 32

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 6 12 3 5 2 4 0 1 1 1 0 0 5 11 1 5 3 7 2 5 0 3 0 1 3 9 2 7 1 1 0 0 3 6 0 0 0 0 0 0

ft 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

24 54

3

37.5% 22.2% 0.0%

8

24

Total 59 81

fta reb tp a blk stl 2 3 17 2 1 1 1 3 4 0 0 3 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 11 3 0 0 2 2 8 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 8 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 3 4 7 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 18 59 13 2 7

2nd Half: 15-30 50.0% Game: 44.4% 2nd Half: 6-15 40.0% Game: 33.3% 2nd Half: 3-6 50.0% Game: 30.0%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 1 3 0 0 7 9 0 0 4 9 2 4 4 8 1 1 8 12 4 8 1 1 1 1 3 8 3 6 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

fta reb tp a blk stl 2 4 4 4 0 1 5 12 18 0 1 1 2 2 12 6 0 1 4 4 12 1 0 3 1 3 21 0 0 0 0 2 3 3 0 0 0 7 9 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 3 2 0 1 0 1 28 51 11 21 14 16 40 81 15 3 6

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 17-31 54.8% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 8-15 53.3% F Throw % 1st Half: 7-7 100.0%

Player Chatkevicius, L. - F Carrera, Michael - F Jackson, Lakeem - F Smith, Eric - G Ellington, Bruce - G Williams, Brenton Richardson, Brian Kacinas, Mindaugaus Leonard, Damien Slawson, R.J. TEAM Totals

2nd 30 44

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 2 4 0 1 2 5 0 0 3 6 1 1 3 9 1 5 3 12 0 2 5 11 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 11 0 5 5 7 0 0 24 65

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-32 40.6% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-10 50.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 4-6 66.7%

Mizzou

## 03 42 01 14 32 33 35 44

1st 35 27

6

20

Total 65 71

ft 4 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 2

fta reb tp 4 3 8 0 4 4 4 5 9 0 1 7 4 9 7 2 5 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 2 2 6 12 5 11 17 43 65

a 1 0 3 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 9

blk stl 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

6

2nd Half: 11-33 33.3% Game: 36.9% 2nd Half: 1-10 10.0% Game: 30.0% 2nd Half: 7-11 63.6% Game: 64.7%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga ft fta reb tp a blk stl 2 6 0 1 3 4 7 7 0 0 1 4 4 0 0 10 10 11 18 0 1 1 2 8 1 6 1 2 2 6 7 1 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 5 16 2 9 5 8 7 17 0 0 1 6 18 2 6 7 10 10 21 1 0 3 0 3 0 3 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 19 57 5 27 28 36 44 71 10 2 10

Player Criswell, Tony - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Webster-Chan, N. - G Brown, Jabari - G Ross, Earnest Jankovic, Stefan Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 6-30 20.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-14 7.1% F Throw % 1st Half: 14-17 82.4%

2nd Half: 13-27 48.1% Game: 33.3% 2nd Half: 4-13 30.8% Game: 18.5% 2nd Half: 14-19 73.7% Game: 77.8%

2nd Half: 8-25 32.0% Game: 32.7% 2nd Half: 3-14 21.4% Game: 25.0% 2nd Half: 10-12 83.3% Game: 82.4%

GAME 19: Mizzou 81, Vanderbilt 59 Jan. 26, 2013 Mizzou Arena Columbia, Mo.

Score by Period South Carolina Mizzou

S. Carolina

## 14 24 30 05 23 01 02 25 32 33

11

2nd Half: 18-30 60.0% Game: 59.3% 2nd Half: 4-9 44.4% Game: 42.1% 2nd Half: 3-5 60.0% Game: 62.5%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 6 11 3 5 4 8 0 0 6 11 2 6 4 8 1 3 6 8 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 7 0 0 2 5 1 3 0 0 0 0

33.3% 30.0% 80.0%

GAME 18: Mizzou 71, S. Carolina 65

Total 52 83

ft 2 4 2 3 1 0 0 0 2

2nd Half: 11-20 55.0% Game: 54.9% 2nd Half: 3-6 50.0% Game: 52.4% 2nd Half: 7-9 77.8% Game: 87.5%

GAME 20: LSU 73, Mizzou 70 Jan. 30, 2013 Maravich Center Baton Rouge, La.

Score by Period Mizzou LSU

Mizzou

## 21 42 01 14 32 03 33 35 44

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Webster-Chan, N. - G Brown, Jabari - G Criswell, Tony Ross, Earnest Jankovic, Stefan Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

2nd 44 34

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 4 9 0 1 0 2 0 0 9 21 1 9 1 4 1 2 5 13 4 10 2 6 0 0 2 6 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 61

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-25 56.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-11 36.4% F Throw % 1st Half: 7-10 70.0%

LSU

## 02 05 00 01 10 05 11 24

1st 26 39

Player O’Bryant, Johnny - F Del Piero, Andrew - C Carmouche C. - G Hickey, Anthony - G Stringer, Anthony - G Coleman, Shavon Hammink, Shane Morgan, Malik TEAM Totals

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 7-26 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-11 F Throw % 1st Half: 9-14

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25

25 45

fta reb tp 2 6 10 2 3 1 6 4 25 0 3 3 8 7 19 2 9 5 2 5 7 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 17 22 39 70

a 0 0 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 7

blk stl 1 0 0 1 0 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2

8

2nd Half: 11-20 55.0% Game: 55.6% 2nd Half: 2-6 33.3% Game: 35.3% 2nd Half: 10-18 55.6% Game: 60.7%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 4 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 5 1 2 9 17 1 7 4 6 4 5 4 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 2

26.9% 27.3% 64.3%

ft 2 1 6 0 5 1 2 0 0

Total 70 73

6

fta reb tp a blk stl 11 11 14 3 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 1 0 3 2 2 20 4 0 2 6 5 18 2 0 0 4 4 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 5 0 0 1 2 17 17 28 26 73 10 1 7 ft 6 0 0 1 6 1 0 3

2nd Half: 16-35 45.7% Game: 37.7% 2nd Half: 4-14 28.6% Game: 28.0% 2nd Half: 8-8 100.0% Game: 77.3%

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GAME 21: Mizzou 91, Auburn 77 Feb. 2, 2013 Mizzou Arena Columbia, Mo.

Score by Period Auburn Mizzou

Auburn

## 02 41 03 05 23 00 10 11 24 25 32

Player Payne, Allen - F Chubb, Rob - C Denson, Chris - G Johnson, Shaquille - G Sullivan, Frankie - G Dixon-Tatum, Asauhn Price, Jordan Wallace, Josh Greene, Brian Granger, Jordon Johnson, Noel TEAM Totals

## 21 42 01 05 32 03 14 33 35 44

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Brown, Jabari - G Criswell, Tony Webster-Chan, Negus Ross, Earnest Jankovic, Stefan Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

2nd 42 46

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 1 3 0 0 2 3 0 0 3 8 1 2 2 7 0 2 4 9 2 5 2 5 0 0 1 6 1 5 1 2 0 1 2 5 2 3 0 2 0 1 1 3 1 3 19 53

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 9-28 32.1% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-8 25.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 15-16 93.8%

Mizzou

1st 35 45

7

22

30 55

ft 4 6 3 4 2 4 2 0 3 4 0

fta reb tp 4 4 6 6 2 10 6 3 10 4 2 8 2 1 12 4 3 8 2 5 5 0 0 2 4 2 9 4 4 4 0 0 3 5 32 36 31 77

a 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 3 0 0 9

Feb. 7, 2013 Reed Arena College Station, Texas

blk stl 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

5

2nd Half: 10-25 40.0% Game: 35.8% 2nd Half: 5-14 35.7% Game: 31.8% 2nd Half: 17-20 85.0% Game: 88.9%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 5 9 0 1 3 6 0 0 1 2 1 2 9 13 0 1 2 8 0 5 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 12 5 6 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 15-29 51.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-7 42.9% F Throw % 1st Half: 12-15 80.0%

GAME 22: Texas A&M 70, Mizzou 68

Total 77 91

fta reb tp a blk stl 3 3 12 0 1 0 7 6 11 0 0 0 2 3 4 10 0 1 8 5 24 2 1 3 7 4 11 2 0 1 0 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 23 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 1 0 5 16 25 33 33 91 17 3 8

6

ft 2 5 1 6 7 0 0 2 0 2

Score by Period Ole Miss Mizzou

1st 34 50

2nd 45 48

Ole Miss

## 23 31 10 22 32 01 03 13 20 25

Mizzou

## 21 42 01 05 32 03 14 33 35 44

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Brown, Jabari - G Criswell, Tony Webster-Chan, Negus Ross, Earnest Jankovic, Stefan Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

74

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 3 4 1 2 5 8 0 0 4 11 0 2 3 10 0 1 2 4 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 7 2 5 0 0 0 0 21 46

4

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-20 55.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-5 40.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 6-6 100.0%

Texas A&M

## 12 21 31 32 35 11 13 42

Player Harris, Fabyon - G Caruso, Alex - G Turner, Elston - G Roberson, K. - F Turner, Ray - F Reese, J’Mychal Green, Jordan Jahns, Jarod TEAM Totals

12

Total 68 70

ft 0 5 5 6 6 0 0 0 0

fta reb tp a blk stl 0 1 7 0 0 0 6 8 15 1 3 1 6 2 13 4 0 0 6 5 12 2 0 2 6 2 11 2 0 0 0 7 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 22 24 31 68 10 3 5

2nd Half: 10-26 38.5% Game: 45.7% 2nd Half: 2-7 28.6% Game: 33.3% 2nd Half: 16-18 88.9% Game: 91.7%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 7 12 3 4 1 3 0 0 5 13 1 4 7 9 0 0 4 9 0 0 3 7 2 3 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 0

ft 0 0 4 0 4 0 0 0

28 56

8

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-25 56.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-6 66.7% F Throw % 1st Half: 4-5 80.0%

tp 9 7 13 16 16 0 0 7 9 2

a 1 0 2 1 2 0 1 0 2 0

79

9

Feb. 13, 2013 Humphrey Coliseum Starkville, Miss.

blk stl 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 4

4

2nd Half: 16-25 45.7% Game: 42.0% 2nd Half: 4-9 44.4% Game: 33.3% 2nd Half: 9-12 75.0% Game: 83.3%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 1 6 0 2 7 10 0 0 9 23 4 8 8 12 3 3 5 11 3 7 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 6 2 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

fta reb tp a blk stl 2 5 4 2 1 1 10 18 22 0 3 2 0 5 22 4 0 1 3 2 21 3 0 2 1 3 14 3 0 1 2 7 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 7 10 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 35 74 12 23 16 20 50 98 14 4 10

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 15-29 51.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-5 60.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 3-5 60.0%

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Brown, Jabari - G Criswell, Tony Webster-Chan, Negus Ross, Earnest Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

2nd 38 34

6

12

fta reb tp a blk stl 0 3 17 1 0 1 0 2 2 6 0 0 6 4 15 4 0 1 1 6 14 3 2 3 5 2 12 0 3 1 0 1 8 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 6 12 25 70 17 5 7

2nd Half: 14-31 45.2% Game: 50.0% 2nd Half: 2-6 33.3% Game: 50.0% 2nd Half: 4-7 57.1% Game: 66.7%

GAME 24: Mizzou 78, Miss. State 36

Total 79 98

tot 3-pt Player fg fga fg fga ft fta reb Buckner, Reginald - F 4 5 0 0 1 2 4 Holloway, Murphy - F 2 4 0 0 3 4 1 White, LaDarius - G 5 10 1 2 2 2 2 Henderson, M. - G 4 15 2 8 6 7 4 Summers, Jarvis - G 6 12 1 2 3 3 2 Newby, Martavious 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 Millinghaus, D. 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 Perez, Anthony 3 4 1 1 0 0 2 Williams, Nick 4 14 1 4 0 0 2 Brutus, Terry 1 2 0 0 0 0 3 TEAM 8 Totals 29 69 6 18 15 18 32

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-34 38.2% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-9 22.2% F Throw % 1st Half: 6-6 100.0%

Mizzou

## 21 42 01 05 32 03 14 33 44

1st 30 36

2nd Half: 15-26 57.7% Game: 54.5% 2nd Half: 3-9 33.3% Game: 37.5% 2nd Half: 13-18 72.2% Game: 75.8%

GAME 23: Mizzou 98, Ole Miss 79 Feb. 9, 2013 Mizzou Arena Columbia, Mo.

Score by Period Mizzou Texas A&M

ft 2 8 0 2 1 1 0 2 0 0

2nd Half: 18-39 46.2% Game: 47.3% 2nd Half: 4-8 50.0% Game: 52.2% 2nd Half: 8-11 72.7% Game: 80.0%

Score by Period Mizzou Mississippi State

Mizzou

## 21 42 01 05 32 03 04 14 31 33 35 44

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Brown, Jabari - G Criswell, Tony Haith, Corey Webster-Chan, Negus Feldmann, Danny Ross, Earnest Jankovic, Stefan Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

2nd 44 26

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 5 9 1 1 1 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 10 16 2 4 7 11 3 6 1 2 0 0 1 2 1 2 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 5 0 2 2 3 2 3 1 3 0 0

ft 0 0 0 2 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

31 58

7

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 15-32 46.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-6 33.3% F Throw % 1st Half: 2-3 66.7%

Miss. State

## 03 20 01 04 32 15 24 25

1st 34 10

Player Borchert, Colin - F Ware, Gavin - F Thomas, Fred - G Bloodman, T. - G Sword, Craig - G Price, Baxter Cunningham, Tyson Johnson, Roquez TEAM Totals

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 4-25 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-9 F Throw % 1st Half: 1-6

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9

20

11 46

fta reb tp a blk stl 1 4 11 2 1 0 0 10 2 0 3 0 0 4 2 8 0 3 3 5 24 2 0 0 4 3 20 3 0 3 0 5 2 2 0 0 2 1 5 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 4 3 0 1 0 2 6 1 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 2 10 46 78 21 4 8

2nd Half: 16-26 61.5% Game: 53.4% 2nd Half: 7-14 50.0% Game: 45.0% 2nd Half: 5-7 71.4% Game: 70.0%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 2 8 2 4 3 7 0 0 1 9 0 4 4 7 1 3 0 8 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 3 1 3 0 1

16.0% 11.1% 16.7%

Total 78 36

3

ft 0 1 1 4 4 0 0 1

fta reb tp 0 5 6 3 5 7 2 4 3 6 2 13 6 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 4 3 4 19 11 22 25 36

a blk stl 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3

3

4

2nd Half: 7-21 33.3% Game: 23.9% 2nd Half: 2-10 20.0% Game: 15.8% 2nd Half: 10-16 62.5% Game: 50.0%


GAME 25: Arkansas 73, Mizzou 71 Feb. 16, 2013 Bud Walton Arena Fayetteville, Ark.

Score by Period Mizzou Arkansas

Mizzou

## 21 42 01 05 32 03 33 44

2nd 38 44

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 1 10 0 2 2 3 0 0 2 9 0 4 9 11 0 0 2 10 1 5 0 3 0 0 7 12 1 3 0 0 0 0

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Brown, Jabari - G Criswell, Tony Ross, Earnest Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

23 58

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-30 36.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-8 12.5% F Throw % 1st Half: 10-12 42.9%

Arkansas

## 04 33 01 03 11 00 12 20 21 22 24

1st 33 29

Player Clarke, Coty Powell, Marshawn - F Wade, Mandracus - G Scott, Rickey - G Young, B.J. - G Madden, Rashad Gulley, Fred Haydar, Kikko Mickelson, Hunter Williams, Jacorey Qualls, Michael TEAM Totals

2

14

ft 0 3 5 7 3 3 1 1

fta reb tp a blk stl 0 4 2 2 1 0 5 11 7 0 1 0 6 3 9 2 0 3 8 8 25 0 1 0 4 4 8 3 0 1 4 4 3 1 0 2 2 9 16 3 0 1 2 2 1 1 0 0 2 23 31 47 71 12 3 7

2nd Half: 12-28 42.9% Game: 39.7% 2nd Half: 1-6 16.7% Game: 14.3% 2nd Half: 13-19 68.4% Game: 74.2%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 4 6 3 3 8 19 1 5 1 4 1 4 0 3 0 0 7 13 1 4 1 4 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 3 1 3 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 0 1 26 61

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-30 36.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-12 12.5% F Throw % 1st Half: 3-7 83.3%

Total 71 73

fta reb tp a blk stl 3 7 13 0 1 2 9 2 24 1 1 0 0 2 3 2 0 2 2 3 1 2 0 0 6 5 18 5 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 1 3 4 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 3 4 5 0 0 0 3 23 14 24 31 73 16 2 7

7

ft 2 7 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1

Mizzou

## 21 42 01 05 32 03 14 33 44

Score by Period Mizzou Kentucky

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Brown, Jabari - G Criswell, Tony Webster-Chan, Negus Ross, Earnest Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

Kentucky

## 15 22 10 12 34 04 05 33

Player Cauley-Stein, W. - F Poythress, Alex - F Goodwin, Archie - G Harrow, Ryan - G Mays, Julius - G Hood, Jon Polson, Jarrod Wiltjer, Kyle TEAM Totals

1st 35 31

2nd 40 44

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 5 9 1 2 6 12 0 0 12 24 3 7 3 11 0 3 2 6 1 4 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 8 0 4 0 0 0 0 33 76

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-38 36.8% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-9 22.2% F Throw % 1st Half: 5-7 71.4%

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20

30 59

OT 8 15

Total 83 90

ft 2 4 0 2 2 2 0 0 0

fta reb tp a blk stl 4 5 13 1 0 1 5 15 16 1 0 3 1 2 27 10 0 4 2 6 8 2 1 0 2 1 7 0 1 1 2 4 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 6 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 12 17 39 83 14 4 10

2nd Half: 17-26 65.4% Game: 43.4% 2nd Half: 3-7 42.9% Game: 25.0% 2nd Half: 7-10 70.0% Game: 70.6%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 3 7 0 0 8 10 1 1 7 12 2 3 6 14 0 2 6 12 4 8 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 1

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-38 39.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-10 20.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 7-12 58.3%

Feb. 19, 2013 Mizzou Arena Columbia, Mo.

Score by Period Florida Mizzou

Florida

## 33 04 01 03 05 20 24

Player Murphy, Erik. - F Young, Patrick - F Boynton, Kenny - G Rosario, Mike - G Wilbekin, Scottie - G Frazier, Michael Prather, Casey TEAM Totals

1st 29 26

2nd 31 37

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 3 11 2 9 1 4 0 0 4 13 2 9 5 12 3 8 3 6 1 3 3 5 2 4 3 3 0 0

ft 0 0 1 1 1 2 1

22 54 10

6

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-29 37.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-17 29.4% F Throw % 1st Half: 2-2 100.0%

Mizzou

33

Total 60 63

fta reb tp a blk stl 0 3 8 1 1 0 2 3 2 0 0 1 1 4 11 0 0 2 2 2 14 1 0 2 3 5 8 4 0 0 2 2 10 2 0 2 2 7 7 2 2 3 2 12 28 60 10 3 10

2nd Half: 11-25 44.0% Game: 40.7% 2nd Half: 5-16 31.3% Game: 30.3% 2nd Half: 4-10 40.0% Game: 50.0%

## Player 21 Bowers, Laurence - F

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 8 17 0 4

ft 1

42 Oriakhi, Alex - F

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3

0

0

1

2

4

5

0

2

0

01 Pressey, Phil - G

2

5

0

1

3

3

6

7

10

0

3

05 Bell, Keion - G

3

4

1

2

2

2

4

9

1

0

2

32 Brown, Jabari - G

3

10

3

9

3

4

2

12

0

0

0

03 Criswell, Tony

1

3

0

0

0

0

4

2

0

0

0

33 Ross, Earnest

4

11

1

6

2

2

4

11

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

23 53

5

22 12 15 40 63 11

3

8

Rosburg, Ryan TEAM

fta reb tp 2 10 17

a blk stl 0 1 2

5

Totals

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-26 42.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-10 20.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 2-4 50.0%

2nd Half: 12-27 44.4% Game: 43.4% 2nd Half: 3-12 25.0% Game: 22.7% 2nd Half: 10-11 90.9% Game: 80.0%

2nd Half: 15-31 48.4% Game: 42.6% 2nd Half: 3-11 27.3% Game: 30.4% 2nd Half: 11-17 64.7% Game: 58.3%

GAME 27: Kentucky 90, Mizzou 83 OT Feb. 23, 2013 Rupp Arena Lexington, Ky.

GAME 26: Mizzou 63, Florida 60

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fta reb tp a blk stl 7 12 7 1 7 1 6 7 21 2 1 0 4 3 18 1 1 1 4 8 16 6 0 1 9 6 24 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 1 4 3 0 0 4 17 23 36 41 90 16 9 3 ft 1 4 2 4 8 0 0 4

2nd Half: 17-26 65.4% Game: 50.8% 2nd Half: 5-7 71.4% Game: 41.2% 2nd Half: 5-10 50.0% Game: 78.6%

GAME 28: Mizzou 90, S. Carolina 68 Feb. 28, 2013 Colonial Life Arena Columbia, S.C.

Score by Period Mizzou South Carolina

Mizzou

## 21 42 01 05 32 03 14 33 35 44

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Brown, Jabari - G Criswell, Tony Webster-Chan, Negus Ross, Earnest Jankovic, Stefan Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 3 5 0 0 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 12 1 1 8 10 2 3 2 4 0 0 1 4 0 2 3 4 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 32 46

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 16-24 66.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-3 66.7% F Throw % 1st Half: 11-14 78.6%

s. Carolina

## 14 24 05 23 30 01 02 25 32 33

1st 45 38

Player Chatkevicius, L. Carrera, Michael - F Smith, Eric - G Ellington, Bruce - G Jackson, Lakeem - G Williams, Brenton Richardson, Brian Kacinas, M. Leonard, Damien Slawson, R.J. TEAM Totals

9

Total 90 68

ft 0 6 0 7 5 2 0 0 0 0

fta reb tp a blk stl 0 3 6 0 2 0 6 3 18 0 2 1 0 5 0 9 0 0 8 3 24 4 0 0 9 3 23 5 0 2 3 5 6 0 0 2 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 4 8 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 20 26 28 90 19 5 6

2nd Half: 16-22 72.7% Game: 69.6% 2nd Half: 4-6 66.7% Game: 66.7% 2nd Half: 9-12 75.0% Game: 76.9%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 1 1 0 0 3 6 0 0 0 5 0 2 2 7 0 4 0 2 0 0 4 6 1 3 4 7 2 5 2 5 1 2 7 14 6 10 1 3 0 0

fta reb tp a blk stl 2 1 4 1 0 0 4 4 9 0 0 2 0 1 0 4 0 0 4 1 6 4 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 10 2 0 0 0 1 10 1 0 0 0 4 5 1 0 0 0 2 20 1 0 0 2 2 4 0 2 1 2 24 56 10 26 10 14 20 68 14 2 5

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-24 58.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 7-12 58.3% F Throw % 1st Half: 3-5 60.0%

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2nd 45 30

ft 2 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 2

2nd Half: 10-32 31.3% Game: 42.9% 2nd Half: 3-14 21.4% Game: 38.5% 2nd Half: 7-9 77.8% Game: 71.4%

75


GAME 29: Mizzou 89, LSU 76 March 2, 2013 Mizzou Arena Columbia, Mo.

Score by Period LSU Mizzou

LSU ## 02 55 00 01 10 04 05 11 24

Player O’Bryant, Johnny - F Del Piero, Andrew - C Carmouche, C. - G Hickey, Anthony - G Stringer, Andre - G Collins, Corban Coleman, Shavon Hammink, Shane Morgan, Malik TEAM Totals

## 21 42 01 05 32 03 14 33

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Brown, Jabari - G Criswell, Tony Webster-Chan, Negus Ross, Earnest TEAM Totals

2nd 37 46

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 7 14 0 0 2 4 0 0 6 12 5 8 8 19 6 14 1 8 1 5 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 62 12

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-33 39.4% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 8-15 53.3% F Throw % 1st Half: 5-6 83.3%

Mizzou

1st 39 43

28

March 5, 2013 Mizzou Arena Columbia, Mo.

ft 4 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 0

fta reb tp a blk stl 6 8 18 1 0 0 0 4 4 0 1 0 5 1 21 5 0 1 0 3 22 0 0 2 1 7 3 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 6 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 12 16 30 76 11 1 5

2nd Half: 13-29 44.8% Game: 41.9% 2nd Half: 4-13 30.8% Game: 42.9% 2nd Half: 7-10 70.0% Game: 75.0%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 10 17 0 3 9 11 0 0 5 11 2 5 4 6 0 0 2 5 0 2 1 3 0 0 1 2 1 2 4 7 2 4 36 62

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 18-33 54.5% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 2-7 28.6% F Throw % 1st Half: 5-6 83.3%

GAME 30: Mizzou 93, Arkansas 63

Total 76 89

fta reb tp a blk stl 3 10 23 2 0 0 2 10 18 1 4 1 5 5 15 8 0 2 3 6 11 3 0 0 1 2 4 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 1 13 1 0 0 1 16 12 17 35 89 17 4 3

5

ft 3 0 3 3 0 0 0 3

2nd Half: 18-29 62.1% Game: 58.1% 2nd Half: 3-9 33.3% Game: 31.3% 2nd Half: 7-11 63.6% Game: 70.6%

Score by Period Arkansas Mizzou

March 9, 2013 Thompson-Boling Arena Knoxville, Tenn.

Mizzou

## 21 42 01 05 32 03 14 33 44

Score by Period Mizzou Tennessee

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Brown, Jabari - G Criswell, Tony Webster-Chan, Negus Ross, Earnest Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

## 05 01 04 11 52 13 20 31

Player Stokes, Jarnell - F Richardson, Josh - G Moore, Armani - G Golden, Trae - G McRae, Jordan - G McBee, Skyler Hall, Kenny Chievous, Quinton TEAM Totals

24 58

4

17

22 60

Total 62 64

ft 2 0 1 1 2 0 0 4 0

fta reb tp a blk stl 3 5 20 0 4 1 2 6 6 0 1 0 2 3 10 9 0 3 2 1 7 2 0 2 2 3 6 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 6 9 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 10 15 32 62 13 5 7

2nd Half: 12-30 40.0% Game: 41.4% 2nd Half: 3-11 27.3% Game: 23.5% 2nd Half: 6-9 66.7% Game: 66.7%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 5 10 0 0 4 9 0 1 0 2 0 0 4 12 2 3 4 11 2 6 2 7 2 7 0 4 0 0 3 5 1 3

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-31 35.5% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-12 25.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 4-6 66.7%

76

2nd 33 35

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 8 12 2 4 3 6 0 0 4 12 1 6 3 5 0 0 2 7 0 2 2 5 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 10 1 4 0 0 0 0

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 12-28 42.9% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-6 16.7% F Throw % 1st Half: 4-6 66.7%

Tennessee

1st 29 29

7

ft 3 3 0 2 5 0 0 0

fta reb tp 4 13 13 4 7 11 0 1 0 2 5 12 6 6 15 0 0 6 0 3 0 0 5 7 5 20 13 16 45 64

a blk stl 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 4 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 9

5

4

2nd Half: 11-29 37.9% Game: 36.7% 2nd Half: 4-8 50.0% Game: 35.0% 2nd Half: 9-10 90.0% Game: 81.3%

2nd 41 45

Arkansas

## 04 33 01 11 12 00 05 13 20 21 24

tot 3-pt Player fg fga fg fga Clarke, Coty - F 4 6 1 2 Powell, Marshawn - F 4 10 0 3 Wade, Mardracus - G 1 5 1 5 Young, B.J. - G 11 18 4 7 Gulley, Fred - G 1 4 0 1 Madden, Rashad 0 1 0 0 Bell, Anthlon 0 4 0 4 Henderson, Charlie 0 1 0 0 Haydar, Kikko 0 4 0 2 Mickelson, Hunter 1 1 0 0 Qualls, Michael 4 6 0 1 TEAM Totals 26 60 6 25

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-32 31.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-15 6.7% F Throw % 1st Half: 1-3 33.3%

Mizzou

## 21 42 01 05 32 03 10 14 33 35 44

ft 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 5

Total 63 93

fta reb tp a blk stl 0 2 9 2 0 3 6 2 9 1 3 2 0 1 3 1 0 1 1 1 27 3 1 1 3 2 3 0 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 0 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 8 0 0 0 2 13 19 63 12 5 9

2nd Half: 16-28 57.1% Game: 43.3% 2nd Half: 5-10 50.0% Game: 24.0% 2nd Half: 4-10 40.0% Game: 38.5%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 10 13 1 1 3 3 0 0 2 3 1 1 2 7 0 0 6 12 3 6 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 7 2 4 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Brown, Jabari - G Criswell, Tony Bull, Dominique Webster-Chan, Negus Ross, Earnest Jankovic, Stefan Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

29 50

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 14-24 58.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 5-9 55.6% F Throw % 1st Half: 15-19 78.9%

GAME 31: Tennessee 64, Mizzou 62

1st 22 48

fta reb tp a blk stl 5 11 24 1 2 1 4 8 10 0 1 0 7 4 8 6 0 0 5 4 8 1 0 0 9 1 23 1 0 1 2 7 7 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 4 2 11 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 14 28 40 44 93 13 3 7

7

ft 3 4 3 4 8 1 1 1 3 0 0

2nd Half: 15-26 57.7% Game: 58.0% 2nd Half: 2-5 40.0% Game: 50.0% 2nd Half: 13-21 61.9% Game: 70.0%

GAME 32: Mizzou 62, Texas A&M 50 March 14, 2013 Bridgeston Arena Nashville, Tenn.

Score by Period Texas A&M Mizzou

Texas A&M

## 32 35 12 21 31 00 13 42

Player Roberson, K. - F Turner, Ray - F Harris, Fabyon - G Caruso, Alex - G Turner, Elston - G Young, Andrew Green, Jordan Jahns, Jarod TEAM Totals

2nd 31 34

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 1 3 0 0 2 5 0 0 5 11 4 7 1 7 0 1 3 17 1 7 1 5 0 1 1 5 0 0 0 2 0 0 14 58

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 6-26 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-10 F Throw % 1st Half: 3-6

Mizzou

## 21 42 01 05 32 03 04 14 33 35 44

1st 19 28

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Brown, Jabari - G Criswell, Tony Haith, Corey Webster-Chan, Negus Ross, Earnest Jankovic, Stefan Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

23.1% 40.0% 50.0%

16

21 47

fta reb tp 0 6 2 6 4 8 1 4 15 5 5 4 0 1 7 6 4 7 2 3 4 0 1 0 6 17 24 31 50

a 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 4

blk stl 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 2 1

12

2nd Half: 8-32 25.0% Game: 24.1% 2nd Half: 1-6 16.7% Game: 31.3% 2nd Half: 14-18 77.8% Game: 70.8%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 3 7 2 3 6 7 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 7 0 4 2 5 1 2 4 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 2 3 9 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 11-22 50.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-7 42.9% F Throw % 1st Half: 3-7 42.9%

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5

ft 0 4 1 2 0 5 2 0

Total 50 62

5

fta reb tp a blk stl 2 3 10 2 1 1 2 10 13 0 1 0 2 4 2 5 0 1 4 6 5 3 0 1 6 2 10 4 0 1 2 4 10 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 10 7 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 13 15 21 46 62 15 4 5 ft 2 1 2 3 5 2 0 0 0 0 0

2nd Half: 10-25 40.0% Game: 44.7% 2nd Half: 2-6 33.3% Game: 38.5% 2nd Half: 12-14 85.7% Game: 71.4%


GAME 33: Ole Miss 64, Mizzou 62

GAME 34: Colo. St. 84, Mizzou 72

Mizzou

Mizzou

March 15, 2013 Bridgeston Arena Nashville, Tenn.

## 21 42 01 05 32 03 14 33 44

Score by Period Mizzou Ole Miss

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Brown, Jabari - G Criswell, Tony Webster-Chan, Negus Ross, Earnest Rosburg, Ryan TEAM Totals

Ole Miss

Player Buckner, Reginald - F Holloway, Murphy - F Williams, Nick - G Henderson, M. - G Summers, Jarvis - G Millinghaus, D. White, LaDarius Perez, Anthony Brutus, Terry TEAM Totals

2nd 31 40

Total 62 64

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 4 11 0 2 7 7 0 0 5 16 3 6 1 3 0 1 3 9 2 7 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 11 2 7 0 0 0 0

ft 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 2 0

fta reb tp 2 8 9 2 9 16 2 4 13 0 6 2 3 5 9 2 5 1 0 0 0 2 5 12 0 0 0 5

24 59

7

13 47 62 13

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 13-30 43.1% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 3-15 20.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 2-6 33.3%

## 23 31 20 22 32 03 10 13 25

1st 31 24

7

23

24 61

blk stl 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3

5

ft 1 3 0 7 0 0 0 0 0

fta reb tp 4 6 7 6 13 9 0 4 0 8 1 27 0 0 2 2 0 11 0 5 6 0 2 0 0 1 2 3 21 11 20 35 64

a blk stl 1 2 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8

2

## 21 42 01 05 32 03 10 14 33 35

2

2nd Half: 11-29 37.9% Game: 40.7% 2nd Half: 4-8 50.0% Game: 30.4% 2nd Half: 5-7 71.4% Game: 53.8%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 3 5 0 0 3 7 0 0 0 5 0 2 8 18 4 12 1 5 0 1 5 8 1 3 3 11 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 10-30 33.3% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 1-9 11.1% F Throw % 1st Half: 3-6 50.0%

a 1 1 7 1 1 2 0 0 0

March 21, 2013 Rupp Arena Lexington, Ky.

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2nd Half: 14-31 45.2% Game: 39.3% 2nd Half: 4-12 33.3% Game: 23.8% 2nd Half: 8-14 57.1% Game: 55.0%

Score by Period Mizzou Colorado State

Total 72 84

ft 1 4 3 0 5 0 0 0 4 0

24 57

17 19 19 72 13

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 15-30 50.0% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 4-12 33.3% F Throw % 1st Half: 4-4 100.0%

Colo. State ## 04 44 45 10 22 02 05 15

2nd 34 37

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga 3 7 0 1 6 6 0 0 7 19 3 6 0 2 0 1 3 10 3 9 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 1 3 8 1 4 0 1 0 0

Player Bowers, Laurence - F Oriakhi, Alex - F Pressey, Phil - G Bell, Keion - G Brown, Jabari - G Criswell, Tony Bull, Dominique Webster-Chan, Negus Ross, Earnest Jankovic, Stefan TEAM Totals

1st 38 47

Player Hornung, Pierce - F Smith, Greg - F Iverson, Colton - F Eikmeier, Wes - G Green, Dorian - G Bejarano, Daniel Octeus, Jon Santo, Gerson TEAM Totals

7

23

fta reb tp 2 4 7 4 2 16 4 1 20 0 2 0 5 1 14 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 4 3 11 0 0 0 1

a 3 0 7 1 0 1 0 0 1 0

blk stl 1 1 2 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3

6

2nd Half: 9-27 33.3% Game: 42.1% 2nd Half: 3-11 27.3% Game: 30.4% 2nd Half: 13-15 86.7% Game: 89.5%

tot 3-pt fg fga fg fga ft fta reb tp a blk stl 2 2 0 0 2 2 8 6 2 0 0 5 10 1 1 1 4 0 12 2 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 13 4 1 1 0 3 8 2 4 3 3 3 11 2 0 0 6 13 3 5 11 12 2 26 2 0 1 4 7 1 3 0 0 1 9 0 0 0 3 7 0 1 6 8 6 12 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 3 4 0 0 0 6 25 51 7 14 27 33 42 84 10 3 1

TOTAL FG% 1st Half: 15-26 57.7% 3-Pt. FG% 1st Half: 6-10 60.0% F Throw % 1st Half: 11-11 100.0%

2nd Half: 10-25 40.0% Game: 49.0% 2nd Half: 1-4 25.0% Game: 50.0% 2nd Half: 16-22 72.7% Game: 81.8%

Below: Head Coach Frank Haith addresses his club after Missouri knocked off No. 5 Florida to remain perfect at Mizzou Arena. The Tigers carry an 18-game home court winning streak into the 2013-14 season.

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Missouri Season-By-Season Records

Year 1906-07 1907-08 1908-09 1909-10 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59

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Coach Isadore Anderson A.M. Ebright Guy Lowman Guy Lowman Chester Brewer O.F. Field O.F. Field O.F. Field Eugene Van Gent Eugene Van Gent John Miller Walter Meanwell John Miller Walter Meanwell Craig Ruby Craig Ruby George Bond George Bond George Bond George Bond George Edwards George Edwards George Edwards George Edwards George Edwards George Edwards George Edwards George Edwards George Edwards George Edwards George Edwards George Edwards George Edwards George Edwards George Edwards George Edwards George Edwards George Edwards George Edwards George Edwards Wilbur Stalcup Wilbur Stalcup Wilbur Stalcup Wilbur Stalcup Wilbur Stalcup Wilbur Stalcup Wilbur Stalcup Wilbur Stalcup Wilbur Stalcup Wilbur Stalcup Wilbur Stalcup Wilbur Stalcup Wilbur Stalcup

Record 10-6 8-10 11-5 8-10 5-7 5-10 13-5 4-12 8-6 13-3 12-4 17-1 14-3 17-1 17-1 16-1 15-3 4-14 7-11 8-10 9-8 13-5 11-7 15-3 8-9 9-9 10-8 10-8 7-11 5-12 7-9 9-9 12-6 13-6 6-10 6-12 7-10 10-9 8-10 6-11 15-10 14-10 11-13 14-10 16-8 14-10 12-9 11-10 16-5 15-7 10-13 9-13 6-19

Pct .625 .444 .688 .444 .417 .333 .722 .250 .571 .813 .750 .944 .824 .944 .944 .941 .833 .222 .389 .444 .529 .722 .611 .833 .471 .500 .556 .556 .389 .294 .438 .500 .667 .684 .375 .333 .412 .526 .444 .353 .600 .583 .458 .583 .667 .583 .571 .524 .762 .682 .435 .409 .240

Conf — 0-5 3-8 2-6 5-7 1-7 6-2 4-12 6-6 10-2 10-4 15-1 11-3 17-1 17-1 15-1 14-2 4-12 6-10 8-8 6-4 13-5 7-3 8-2 5-5 6-4 6-4 6-4 7-9 2-8 2-8 4-6 7-3 8-2 2-8 2-8 5-5 5-5 5-5 3-7 6-4 7-5 6-6 4-8 8-4 6-6 6-6 6-6 9-3 8-4 4-8 3-9 3-11

Place — 3rd T-2nd 3rd 4th 3rd 2nd 4th 3rd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 1st T-1st 2nd T-7th 6th 4th 3rd 2nd 2nd 1st T-3rd T-2nd 3rd T-2nd 4th 6th 5th T-3rd T-1st T-1st 6th 6th T-3rd T-3rd T-3rd T-4th 2nd T-2nd 4th 6th Indv. T-2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd Indiv. 2nd T-2nd 6th T-6th 8th

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Captain H.A. Henley H.A. Henley Carl Ristine Frank Burress Herman Cohen Joseph Parker George Edwards Milton Bernet George Palfreyman John Wear Fred Williams Jesse Campbell Craig Ruby Craig Ruby George Browning George Bond Arthur Browning Don Faurot Frank Wheat Hugh McMillan Ted O’Sullivan Kenneth Yunker Justin Roach Marshall Craig Huhn / Campbell Max Collings Norman Wagner Denver Miller Ken Jorgensen Evans Powell Ralph Beer Kenneth Brown John Lobsiger John Lobsiger Martin Nash Gregg / Mills Earl Stark Paul Collins Collins / Stiegemeier Earl Stiegemeier Thornton Jenkins Thornton Jenkins Pierpoint / Smith Game Cpts. Heinemann / Lafferty Bill Stauffer Landolt / Oligschlaeger Game Cpts. Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Lionel Smith Rodger Egelhoff Mike Kirksey


1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94* 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

Wilbur Stalcup Wilbur Stalcup Wilbur Stalcup Bob Vanatta Bob Vanatta Bob Vanatta Bob Vanatta Bob Vanatta Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Quin Snyder Quin Snyder Quin Snyder Quin Snyder Quin Snyder Quin Snyder Quin Snyder Mike Anderson Mike Anderson Mike Anderson Mike Anderson Mike Anderson Frank Haith Frank Haith

12-13 11-13 9-16 10-15 13-11 13-11 3-21 3-22 10-16 14-11 15-11 17-9 21-6 21-6 12-14 18-9 26-5 21-8 14-16 13-15 25-6 22-10 27-4 26-8 16-14 18-14 21-14 24-10 19-11 29-8 26-6 20-10 21-9 19-14 28-4 20-9 18-15 16-17 17-15 20-9 18-13 20-13 24-12 22-11 16-14 16-17 12-16 18-12 16-16 31-7 23-11 23-11 30-5 23-11

.480 .458 .360 .400 .542 .542 .125 .120 .385 .560 .577 .654 .778 .778 .462 .667 .839 .724 .467 .464 .806 .688 .871 .765 .533 .563 .600 .706 .633 .784 .813 .667 .700 .576 .875 .690 .545 .485 .531 .690 .581 .606 .667 .667 .533 .485 .429 .600 .500 .815 .676 .676 .857 .676

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

6th T-4th T-7th T-6th T-4th T-3rd 8th 8th 6th 5th T-3rd T-2nd 2nd T-2nd T-7th 3rd 1st 3rd T-6th T-2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st T-6th T-3rd T-3rd 1st 4th 2nd 1st 4th T-2nd 7th 1st 4th 6th 10th T-5th T-2nd 6th 6th 5th T-5th 6th T-8th 11th 6th 10th 3rd 5th T-5th 2nd T-5th

Cliff Talley Henke / Scott Ken Doughty Ken Doughty Price / Carey Flamank/Garner/Monsees Charles Rudd Coleman / Vanatta Johnson / Bennett Johnson / Tomlinson Johnson / Tomlinson Henry Smith Flaker / Griffin Brown / Jeffries Eberhard / Link Bill Flamank Willie Smith Bill Flamank Currie / Johnson Drew / Droy Larry Drew Indv. Game Capts. Frazier / McCrary Stipanovich / Sundvold Bridges / R. Jones Bill Roundtree Lynn Hardy Chievous / Hardy Chievous / Hardy Sandbothe / Church Buntin / Coward Doug Smith Anthony Peeler Burns / Warren Lamont Frazier Paul O’Liney Julian Winfield Indv. Game Cpts. Kelly Thames Hardge / Woods Hafer / Wampler Senior Captains Gilbert / Rush Indv. Game Capts. Indv. Game Capts. Conley/Dailey/McKinney McKinney/Young/Gardner Game-to-Game Marshall Brown Senior Captains Tiller/Ramsey/Taylor Denmon/English/Safford Denmon/English Pressey/Bowers

* NCAA Tournament contests in 1993-94 were later vacated.

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Mizzou Basketball Winning Streaks ALL-GAMES WINNING STREAKS 22 1919-20 - Last 5 games of 1918-19 season and first 17 games of 1919-20 season. Kansas State broke streak, 29-23. 19 1981-82 - First 19 games of 1981-82 season. Nebraska broke streak, 67-51. 17 1991-92 - Last 6 games of 1990-91 and first 11 games of 1991-92. Memphis State broke streak, 89-78. 17 1920-21 - First 17 games of 1920-21. Kansas State broke streak, 32-24. 15 1917-18 - Last 2 games of 1916-17 and first 13 games of 1917-18 season. Kansas broke streak, 28-22. 15 1994 - Within 1993-94 season. Nebraska broke streak, 98-91. 14 2011-12- To open the 2011-12 season. Kansas State broke streak, 75-59. 13 1921-22 - First 13 games of 1921-22. Kansas broke streak, 26-13. 12 1972-73 - First 12 games of 1972-73. Kansas State broke streak, 70-55. 12 1918-19 - Last 4 games of 1917-18 and first 8 games of 1918-19. Nebraska broke streak, 21-14. 12 1989-90 - Within 1989-90 season. Kansas State broke streak, 65-58. 11 1988-89 - Within 1988-89 season. Oklahoma broke streak, 112-105. 11 1975-76 - Within 1975-76 season. Kansas State broke streak, 85-81. HOMECOURT WINNING STREAKS 34 1988-90 - Last game of 1987-88, all 16 games of 1988-89, all 15 games of 1989-90, and first 2 games of 1990-91. Arkansas broke streak, 95-82. 32 2008-09 - Last game of 2007-08, all-18 games of 2008-09, first 13 games of 2009-10. Texas A&M broke streak, 77-74. 29 1980-82 - Last 5 games of 1979-80, all 14 games of 1980-81 and first 10 games of 1981-82. Nebraska broke streak, 67-51. 23 1974-76 - Last game of 1973-74, all 12 games of 1974-75 and first 10 games of 1975-76. Kansas State broke streak, 85-81. 22 1919-21 - Last 3 games of 1918-19, all 10 games of 1919-20 and first 9 games of 1920-21. Kansas State broke streak, 32-24. 21 1987-88 - Last 8 home games of 1986-87 and first 13 home games of 1987-88. Kansas broke streak, 82-77. 18 Last home game of 2011-12 season and all 17 home games of 2012-13. Current streak entering 2013-14. 17 2010-11 - First 17 home games of 2010-11. Kansas broke streak, 70-66 17 1993-94 - Last game of 1992-93, all 15 home games of 1993-94, and first game of 1994-95. Arkansas broke streak, 94-71. 16 2011-12- To open the 2011-12 season. Kansas State broke streak, 78-68. 14 2002-03 - First 14 home games of 2002-03. Kansas broke streak, 79-74. 14 1995-96 - Last home game of 1994-95 and first 13 home games of 1995-96. Iowa State broke streak, 78-74.

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14 1976-77 - Last 3 home games of 1975-76 and first 11 home games of 1976-77. Kansas State broke streak, 88-77. 13 1997-98 - Within 1997-98 season. Alabama-Birmingham broke streak, 93-86. 13 1979-80 - Last 3 games of 1978-79 season and first 10 games of 1979-80 season. Kansas State broke streak, 66-64. 13 1969-70 - Last 4 games of 1968-69 season and first 9 games of 1969-70 season. Kansas State broke streak, 63-60. 13 2007-08 - Last 3 games of 2006-07 season and first 10 games of 2007-2008 season. Kansas broke streak, 76-70. 12 2006-07 - Final game of 2005-06 and first 11 games of the 2006-07. Iowa State broke streak, 66-65. 12 2000-01 - Last home game of 1999-2000 and first 11 home games of 2000-01. Oklahoma broke streak, 63-61. 12 1970-71 - Last 2 home games of 1969-70 and first 10 home games of 1970-71. Kansas broke streak, 71-69 (OT). 11 1991-92 - Last 3 home games of 1990-91 and first 8 home games of 1991-92. Kansas broke streak, 92-80. 11 1971-72 - First 11 home games of 1971-72 season. Kansas State broke streak, 79-76. 11 1939-40 - Last 6 home games of 1938-39 and first 5 home games of 1939-40. Oklahoma broke streak, 35-34. AWAY WINNING STREAKS 23 1921-23 - All 8 away games of 1920-21 season, all 8 away games of 1921-22 season and first 7 away games of 1922-23 season. K.C. Athletic Club broke streak, 32-22. 16 1917-19 - Last 5 away games of 1916-17 season, all 8 away games of 1917-18 season and first 3 away games of 1918-19 season. Nebraska broke streak, 21-14. 12 1981-82 - First 12 away games of 1981-82 season. Georgetown broke streak, 63-51. 9 1975-76 - Within 1975-76 season. Oklahoma broke streak, 68-57. 9 1918-20 - Last 2 away games of 1918-19 season and first 7 away games of ‘19-20 season. Kansas State broke streak, 29-23. 8 1993-94 - Within 1993-94 season. Nebraska broke streak, 98-91. 7 1991-92 - Last 4 away games of 1990-91 season and first 3 away games of ‘91-92 season. Memphis State broke streak, 89-78. 6 7 times - Most recently 2011-12.

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Head Coach Bob Vanatta (1962 - 1967 / 42-80 (.344) / Five Seasons) 1962-63 25 10-15 5-9 T-6th 618-1643 .375 Opponents 631-1436 .441 1963-64 24 13-11 7-7 T-4th 709-1731 .410 Opponents 702-1619 .434 1964-65 24 13-11 8-6 T-3rd 639-1612 .396 Opponents 636-1516 .420 1965-66 24 3-21 1-13 8th 552-1480 .373 Opponents 729-1634 .446 1966-67 25 3-22 1-13 8th 640-1728 .370 Opponents 715-1669 .428 - - - - - - - - - -

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Head Coach Wilbur “Sparky” Stalcup (1946 - 1962 / 195-179 (.521) / 16 Seasons) Overall Conf. Year G W-L W-L Place FG-A Pct 3FG 1954-55 21 16-5 9-3 2nd 544-1411 .386 - Opponents 487-1344 .362 - 1955-56 22 15-7 8-4 T-2nd 557-1485 .382 - Opponents 517-1371 .377 - 1956-57 23 10-13 4-8 6th 501-1399 .358 - Opponents 519-1445 .359 - 1957-58 22 9-13 3-9 T-6th 470-1260 .373 - Opponents 487-1243 .392 - 1958-59 25 6-19 3-11 8th 553-1441 .384 - Opponents 620-1475 .424 - 1959-60 25 12-13 5-9 6th 583-1579 .363 - Opponents 635-1583 .401 - 1960-61 24 11-13 8-6 4th 625-1591 .399 - Opponents 646-1595 .411 - 1961-62 25 9-16 3-11 T-7th 579-1533 .371 - Opponents 536-1418 .378 -

All-Time Season Statistics Summary

387-584 470-693 381-578 418-623 418-675 430-623 470-718 472-659 429-608 525-770

FT-A 550-747 516-734 544-803 468-801 580-812 529-775 445-681 453-697 539-779 564-808 534-782 451-677 494-736 526-791 475-648 516-737

.660 .677 .649 .671 .619 .690 .656 .716 .706 .682

Pct .736 .703 .677 .574 .714 .683 .653 .650 .688 .698 .682 .666 .671 .645 .733 .701

1057 1208 1135 1162 1072 1074 890 1178 971 1105

REB - - 966 851 - - - - 1018 1059 1187 1176 1090 1222 1014 1113

42.3 44.6 47.3 48.4 44.7 44.8 37.1 49.1 38.8 44.2

Avg - - 43.9 38.7 - - - - 40.7 42.4 47.5 47.0 45.4 50.9 40.6 46.4

513 454 478 445 486 511 477 557 579 476

PF 427 384 426 510 465 474 504 493 566 548 503 544 540 528 538 538

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A - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

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T - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

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BLK - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

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STL - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

1633 1732 1799 1822 1696 1702 1574 1930 1709 1955

65.0 69.1 75.3 75.9 70.7 70.9 65.6 80.4 68.1 78.2

Pts Avg. 1638 78.0 1490 71.0 1658 75.4 1502 68.3 1582 68.7 1567 68.1 1385 63.0 1422 64.6 1645 65.8 1804 72.2 1700 68.0 1721 68.8 1744 72.7 1818 75.8 1633 65.3 1588 63.5


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Head Coach Norm Stewart (1967 - 1999 / 634-333 (.656) / 32 Seasons) Year G W-L W-L Place FG-A Pct 3FG 1967-68 26 10-16 5-9 6th 652-1460 .447 - Opponents 669-1721 .389 - 1968-69 25 14-11 7-7 5th 647-1347 .480 - Opponents 574-1438 .399 - 1969-70 26 15-11 7-7 T-3rd 659-1406 .468 - Opponents 613-1521 .402 - 1970-71 26 17-9 9-5 T-2nd 748-1564 .478 - Opponents 727-1685 .431 - 1971-72 27 21-6 10-4 2nd 740-1544 .479 - Opponents 714-1665 .429 - 1972-73 27 21-6 9-5 T-2nd 842-1780 .473 - Opponents 810-1918 .422 - 1973-74 26 12-14 3-11 T-7th 788-1695 .465 - Opponents 822-1797 .457 - 1974-75 27 18-9 9-5 3rd 880-1941 .453 - Opponents 845-1847 .455 - 1975-76 31 26-5 12-2 1st 1035-2129 .486 - Opponents 902-2173 .415 - 1976-77 29 21-8 9-5 3rd 859-1715 .501 - Opponents 878-1981 .443 - 1977-78 30 14-16 4-10 T-6th 800-1757 .455 - Opponents 885-1924 .460 - 1978-79 28 13-15 8-6 T-2nd 766-1624 .472 - Opponents 799-1735 .461 - 1979-80 31 25-6 11-3 1st 936-1635 .572 - Opponents 827-1835 .451 - 1980-81 32 22-10 10-4 1st 870-1703 .511 - Opponents 572-844 .439 - 1981-82 31 27-4 12-2 1st 815-1511 .539 - Opponents 742-1766 .420 - 1982-83 34 26-8 12-2 1st 938-1751 .536 - Opponents 874-1844 .459 - Pct - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

FT-A 491-727 479-669 446-650 500-691 480-675 509-754 475-683 453-709 589-788 432-658 408-554 311-446 417-594 389-545 495-686 461-629 520-731 396-591 552-769 326-493 446-653 331-519 434-622 397-569 553-770 456-644 572-844 418-605 571-769 366-510 553-808 408-577

Pct .675 .716 .686 .716 .710 .672 .695 .639 .748 .656 .736 .697 .702 .714 .722 .733 .711 .670 .718 .689 .683 .638 .698 .698 .718 .708 .678 .691 .743 .718 .684 .707

REB 920 944 803 819 827 889 956 947 995 857 1053 937 928 921 1232 1128 1452 1264 1204 1124 1202 1173 1020 1007 1065 900 1186 1003 1034 915 1151 724

Avg 35.4 36.3 32.1 32.8 31.8 34.2 36.8 36.4 36.9 31.7 39.0 34.7 35.6 35.4 45.7 41.8 46.9 40.8 41.5 38.8 40.1 39.1 36.4 36.0 34.4 29.0 37.1 31.3 33.4 29.5 33.9 27.9

PF 505 575 491 486 528 532 525 540 503 589 518 600 509 600 590 614 614 681 534 710 560 669 565 605 624 690 595 738 527 679 565 947

A - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 372 338 261 331 316 317 460 305 454 325 462 326 548 438

T - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 487 422 547 459 529 420 487 434 478 451

BLK - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 48 64 60 89 85 87 96 90 80 75 111 67

STL Pts - 1795 - 1817 - 1740 - 1648 - 1798 - 1735 - 1971 - 1909 - 2069 - 1860 - 2092 - 1931 - 1993 - 2033 - 2255 - 2151 - 2590 - 2200 - 2270 - 2082 152 2046 168 2103 144 1966 154 1995 164 2425 190 2110 140 2312 221 2076 202 2201 193 1850 151 2429 197 2102

Avg. 69.0 69.9 69.6 64.9 69.1 66.7 75.8 73.0 76.7 68.9 77.5 71.5 76.7 78.2 78.5 79.7 83.5 71.0 78.3 71.8 68.2 70.1 70.2 71.2 78.2 68.1 72.3 64.9 71.0 59.7 71.4 61.8


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Year G W-L W-L Place 1983-84 30 16-14 5-9 T-6th Opponents 1984-85 32 18-14 7-7 T-3rd Opponents 1985-86 35 21-14 8-6 T-3rd Opponents 1986-87 34 24-10 11-3 1st Opponents 1987-88 30 19-11 7-7 4th Opponents 1988-89 37 29-8 10-4 2nd Opponents 1989-90 32 26-6 12-2 1st Opponents 1990-91 30 20-10 8-6 4th Opponents 1991-92 30 21-9 8-6 7th Opponents 1992-93 33 19-14 5-9 1st Opponents 1993-94* 32 28-4 14-0 4th Opponents 1994-95 29 20-9 8-6 6th Opponents 1995-96 33 18-15 6-8 10th Opponents 1996-97 33 16-17 5-11 T-5th Opponents 1997-98 32 17-15 8-8 T-2nd Opponents 1998-99 29 20-9 11-5 T-2nd Opponents

FG-A 766-1576 751-1575 848-1690 917-1871 966-1845 984-2106 919-1802 870-1927 964-1855 862-1977 1235-2358 1034-2392 1046-2087 936-2126 929-1941 785-1900 843-1729 843-1729 892-1942 759-1877 898-1965 831-1985 756-1679 747-1789 874-1850 856-2015 830-1854 823-1898 791-1871 830-1923 741-1667 664-1689

Pct .486 .477 .502 .490 .540 .467 .510 .451 .520 .436 .524 .432 .501 .440 .485 .413 .488 .431 .459 .404 .457 .419 .450 .418 .472 .425 .448 .434 .423 .432 .445 .393

3FG - - - - - - 52-173 120-319 103-245 165-446 119-330 200-540 139-364 170-509 68-210 161-486 123-326 179-520 156-433 196-567 204-575 221-599 180-464 191-554 154-391 229-581 197-549 197-549 214-580 190-567 180-474 149-468

Pct - - - - - - .358 .376 .420 .370 .361 .370 .382 .334 .324 .331 .379 .431 .360 .346 .355 .369 .388 .345 .391 .394 .359 .370 .369 .335 .380 .318

FT-A 422-698 382-530 611-838 397-547 623-889 454-648 622-889 477-705 580-847 458-638 667-945 575-859 546-773 460-685 514-752 458-665 376-801 356-558 512-845 520-749 593-873 478-710 541-778 443-645 661-952 553-857 583-769 541-792 484-691 449-652 419-647 357-548

Pct .605 .721 .729 .726 .701 .701 .700 .677 .685 .718 .706 .669 .706 .672 .684 .689 .715 .637 .606 .694 .679 .673 .695 .687 .694 .645 .758 .683 .700 .689 .648 .651

REB 1019 875 1094 958 1210 1092 1187 1074 1258 1028 1559 1267 1304 1198 1282 1061 1131 1011 1298 1171 1263 1237 1163 1051 1296 1149 1152 1148 1190 1231 1092 1103

Avg 34.0 29.2 34.2 29.9 34.6 31.2 34.9 31.6 41.9 34.3 42.1 34.2 40.8 37.4 42.7 35.4 37.7 33.7 39.3 35.5 39.3 38.7 40.1 36.2 39.3 34.8 34.9 34.8 37.2 38.5 37.7 38.0

PF 501 651 546 651 629 776 638 769 577 690 742 799 601 655 562 615 535 650 626 721 651 705 578 659 682 771 681 379 600 601 519 533

A 397 414 416 490 517 488 495 440 553 461 705 549 639 516 567 476 487 423 532 444 492 399 368 414 483 468 521 434 455 482 411 365

T 445 412 540 443 639 520 506 495 435 407 603 575 439 427 540 513 441 488 468 528 477 535 449 401 563 475 555 556 528 526 424 482

BLK 71 61 99 88 117 94 84 73 81 103 113 90 81 114 128 133 86 115 101 98 103 90 106 97 103 120 74 122 91 124 107 99

STL Pts 147 1954 203 1884 217 2307 229 2231 295 2555 297 2422 270 2522 238 2337 238 2611 244 2347 277 3256 276 2843 251 2777 222 2502 294 2440 294 2189 270 2382 228 2095 252 2452 234 2234 226 2593 211 2361 141 2233 196 2128 189 263 264 2494 250 2440 288 2381 257 2280 248 2299 246 2081 229 1834

Avg. 65.1 62.8 72.1 69.7 73.0 69.2 74.2 68.7 88.0 76.8 86.8 78.2 81.3 73.0 79.4 69.6 74.3 67.7 81.0 73.8 81.0 73.8 77.0 73.4 77.7 75.6 73.9 72.2 71.3 71.8 71.8 62.2


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.372 .379 .334 .309 .353 .302 .368 .317 .366 .341

.398 .368 .339 .332

Head Coach Mike Anderson (2006 - Present / 88-46 (.657) / Five Seasons) 2006-07 30 18-12 7-9 6th 841-1827 .460 245-658 Opponent 729-1667 .437 208-549 2007-08 32 16-16 6-10 10th 913-2011 .454 214-641 Opponent 794-1807 .439 174-563 2008-09 38 31-7 12-4 3rd 1124-1238 .472 263-746 Opponent 899-2150 .418 195-645 2009-10 34 23-11 10-6 5th 926-2104 .440 258-701 Opponents 775-1890 .410 185-584 2010-11 34 23-11 8-8 T-5th 983-2145 .458 245-669 Opponent 851-1943 .438 197-577

Head Coach Frank Haith (2011 - Present / 53-16 (.768) / Two Seasons) 2011-12 35 30-5 14-4 2nd 981-1945 .504 Opponent 869-1956 .444 2012-13 34 23-11 11-7 T-5th 924-2015 .459 Opponent 812-2015 .403 293-737 222-604 215-635 234-704

Pct .362 .330 .380 .321 .391 .364 .361 .333 .351 .383 .306 .363 .337 .346

Head Coach Quin Snyder (1999 - 2006 / 126-91 (.581) / Seven Seasons) Year G W-L W-L Place FG-A Pct 3FG 1999-00 31 18-13 10-6 6th 771-1822 .423 291-804 Opponents 784-1744 .450 153-463 2000-01 33 20-13 9-7 6th 847-2015 .420 279-734 Opponents 854-1978 .432 161-502 2001-02 36 24-12 9-7 6th 1031-2253 .458 326-834 Opponents 949-2125 .447 197-541 2002-03 33 22-11 9-7 T-5th 870-1959 .444 252-699 Opponents 809-1985 .408 200-601 2003-04 30 16-14 9-7 6th 777-1743 .446 208-592 Opponents 756-1717 .440 198-517 2004-05 33 16-17 7-9 T-8th 719-1758 .409 213-696 Opponents 771-1766 .437 187-515 2005-06 28 12-16 5-11 11th 660-1542 .428 172-511 Opponent 725-1582 .458 178-515

559-730 361-534 525-706 410-598

401-580 490-706 428-620 550-775 585-871 578-857 517-714 517-736 537-727 536-775

FT-A 469-661 447-650 520-742 533-780 489-704 515-770 397-600 415-613 464-654 467-665 473-693 459-646 364-559 344-493

.766 .676 .744 .686

.691 .694 .690 .710 .672 .674 .724 .702 .739 .692

Pct .710 .688 .701 .683 .690 .669 .662 .677 .709 .702 .683 .711 .651 .698

1120 1109 1386 1093

1045 1105 1113 1213 1383 1413 1200 1298 1197 1266

REB 1039 1195 1259 1282 1415 1255 1301 1191 1135 1001 1148 1115 945 968

32.0 31.7 40.8 32.1

34.8 36.8 34.8 37.9 36.7 37.2 35.3 38.2 35.2 37.2

Avg 33.5 38.5 38.2 38.8 39.3 34.9 39.4 36.1 37.8 33.4 34.8 33.8 33.8 34.6

499 657 567 609

617 550 655 571 758 729 656 641 689 647

PF 601 605 679 672 689 685 562 601 575 582 627 629 508 528

566 450 442 376

466 389 534 387 699 451 522 382 558 460

A 426 435 418 453 539 521 452 438 418 417 408 429 337 441

358 501 442 411

448 566 412 539 449 694 432 659 431 614

T 412 550 497 510 512 515 457 434 432 385 476 445 442 405

97 93 119 113

91 83 97 113 140 97 160 105 171 96

BLK 61 112 132 101 154 111 144 96 128 83 72 99 63 106

285 181 229 216

2814 2321 2588 2268

302 2328 223 2156 259 2468 188 2312 388 3096 236 2571 371 2627 204 2252 329 2748 198 2435

STL Pts 275 2302 171 2168 258 2493 222 2402 264 2877 259 260 185 2389 226 2233 169 2226 204 2177 206 2124 226 2188 167 1856 187 1972

80.4 66.3 76.1 66.7

77.6 71.9 77.1 72.2 81.5 67.7 77.3 66.2 80.8 71.6

Avg. 74.3 69.9 75.5 72.8 79.9 72.5 72.4 67.7 74.2 72.6 64.4 66.3 66.3 70.4


Mizzou Postseason History MIZZOU’S NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY: 26 NCAA Tournament Appearances 4 Elite Eight Appearances • 22-26 NCAA Record Year Region Site Opponent W/L Score 1944 Western Kansas City, MO Utah L 45-35 Kansas City, MO Pepperdine W 61-46 1976

Midwest

Lawrence, KS Louisville, KY

Washington Texas Tech

W W

69-67 86-75

1978 1980

Midwest Midwest (5)

Louisville, KY

Michigan

L

95-88

Wichita, KS Lincoln, NE Lincoln, NE

Utah San Jose St. (12) Notre Dame (4)

L W W

86-79 (2 ot) 61-51 87-84 (ot)

1981 1982

Midwest (9) Midwest (2)

Houston, TX

LSU (1)

L

68-63

Austin, TX Tulsa, OK St. Louis, MO

Lamar (8) Marquette (7) Houston (6)

L W L

71-67 73-69 79-78

1983 1986 1987 1988 1989

Midwest (2) West (11) Midwest (4) East (6) Midwest (3)

Louisville, KY Ogden, UT Indianapolis, IN Chapel Hill, NC Dallas, TX Dallas, TX

Iowa (7) Alab.-Birm. (6) Xavier (13) Rhode Island (11) Creighton (14) Texas (11)

L L L L W W

77-63 66-64 70-69 87-80 85-69 108-89

1990 1992

Southeast (3) Richmond, VA East (5) Greensboro, NC Greensboro, NC

N. Iowa (14) L West Virginia (12) W Seton Hall (4) L

L

83-80 74-71 89-78 88-71

1993 1994*

West (10) West (1)

Salt Lake City, UT Ogden, UT Ogden, UT

Temple (7) Navy (16) Wisconsin (9)

L W W

75-61 76-53 109-96

Los Angeles, CA

Syracuse (4)

W

98-88 (ot)

Minneapolis, MN Syracuse (2)

Los Angeles, CA

Arizona (2)

L

92-72

1995

West

(8) Boise, ID Boise, ID

Indiana (9) UCLA (1)

W L

65-60 75-74

1999 2000 2001

West (8) South (9) East (9)

Denver, CO Birmingham, AL Greensboro, NC Greensboro, NC

New Mexico (9) North Carolina (8) Georgia (8) Duke (1)

L L W L

61-59 84-70 70-68 94-81

2002

West (12)

Albuquerque, NM Miami (Fla.) (5) Albuquerque, NM Ohio State (4)

W W

93-80 83-67

San Jose, CA

UCLA (8)

W

82-73

San Jose, CA

Oklahoma (2)

L

81-75

2003

Midwest (5)

Indianapolis, IN Indianapolis, IN

S. Illinois (12) Marquette (3)

W L

72-71 101-92

2009

West (3)

Boise, Idaho Boise, Idaho

Cornell (14) Marquette (6)

W W

78-59 83-79

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Glendale, Arizona Memphis (2)

W

102-91

Glendale Arizona

Connecticut (1)

L

82-75

W L

86-78 68-59

2010

East (10)

Buffalo, NY Buffalo, NY

Clemson (7) West Virginia (2)

2011 2012 2013

West (11) West (2) Midwest (9)

Washington, D.C. Omaha, Neb. Lexington, Ky.

Cincinnati (6) L Norfolk State (15) L Colorado State (8) L

78-63 86-84 84-72

MIZZOU’S NIT HISTORY 6 NIT Appearances • 1-8 NIT Record Year 1972 1973 1985 1996

Round 1st Round 1st Round 1st Round 1st Round 2nd Round

Site New York, NY New York, NY Columbia, MO Columbia, MO Tuscaloosa, AL

Opponent St. John’s Massachusetts St. Joseph’s Murray State Alabama

W/L L L L W L

Score 82-81 (ot) 78-71 68-67 89-85 72-49

1998 2004 2005

1st Round 1st Round 1st Round

Columbia, MO Ann Arbor, MI Columbia, MO

AL-Birmingham Michigan DePaul

L L L

93-86 65-64 75-70

MIZZOU’S NCCIT HISTORY 1 NCCIT APPEARANCE • 0-1 NCCIT RECORD Year 1975

Round 1st Round

Site Louisville, KY

Opponent Purdue

W/L L

Score 87-74

BIG EIGHT HOLIDAY AND POSTSEASON CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT TITLES 1954 Big Seven Holiday Tournament 1982 Big Eight Postseason Championship 1971 Big Eight Holiday Tournament 1987 Big Eight Postseason Championship 1972 Big Eight Holiday Tournament 1989 Big Eight Postseason Championship 1973 Big Eight Holiday Tournament 1991 Big Eight Postseason Championship 1975 Big Eight Holiday Tournament 1993 Big Eight Postseason Championship 1976 Big Eight Holiday Tournament 2009 Big 12 Tournament Championship 1978 Big Eight Postseason Championship 2012 Big 12 Tournament Championship Note: Numbers in parentheses indicate regional seedings, which began with the 1979 NCAA Tournament. *NCAA Tournament games in the 1993-94 season were later vacated.

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Mizzou NCAA Tournament and Postseason Records INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Games Played Career: 8 Marcus Denmon, Kim English, 2009-12 Travon Bryant, Arthur Johnson, Rickey Paulding, 2000-03 Clarence Gilbert 1998-02 Points Scored Half: 29 Willie Smith, 3/20/76 vs. Michigan (2nd) Game: 43 Willie Smith, 3/20/76 vs. Michigan Career: 145 Rickey Paulding, 2000-03 (8 games) 122 Arthur Johnson, 2000-03 (8 games) 120 Melvin Booker, 1994-97 (7 games) Field Goals Made Game: 18 Willie Smith, 3/20/76 vs. Michigan Career: 51 Rickey Paulding, 2000-03 (8 games) 46 Arthur Johnson, 2000-03 (8 games) 42 Kareem Rush, 1999-02 (7 games) Rickey Frazier, 1980-82 (6 games) Field Goals Attempted Game: 35 Willie Smith, 3/20/76 vs. Michigan Career: 103 Clarence Gilbert, 1998-02 Field Goal Percentage Game: .816 (13-16) Mark Dressler, 3/8/80 vs. N. Dame Career: .846 (11-13) Curtis Berry, 1978-81 3-Pt. Field Goals Made Game: 9 Rickey Paulding, 3/22/03 vs. Marquette Career: 21 Clarence Gilbert, 1998-02 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted Game: 15 Rickey Paulding, 3/22/03 vs. Marquette Clarence Gilbert, 3/17/00 vs. N. Car. Free Throws Made Game: 13 Paul O’Liney, 3/19/94 vs. Wisconsin Career: 31 Jevon Crudup, 1991-94 Free Throws Attempted Game: 18 Leo Lyons, 3/26/09 vs. Memphis Career: 45 Jevon Crudup, 1991-94

Blocked Shots Game: 5 Tom Dore, 3/6/80 vs. San Jose State Career: 13 Arthur Johnson, 2000-03 Personal Fouls Game: 5 By several Career: 26 Steve Stipanovich, 1980-83 TEAM RECORDS Points Scored Half: 57 3/19/89 vs. Texas Game: 109 3/19/94 vs. Wisconsin Fewest Points Scored Game: 35 3/24/44 vs. Utah Greatest Margin of Victory Game: 23 3/17/94, Missouri 76, Navy 53 Greatest Margin of Defeat Game: 20 3/24/94, Arizona 92, Missouri 72 Field Goals Made Game: 42 3/19/89 vs. Texas Field Goals Attempted Game: 83 3/26/94 vs. Arizona Field Goal Percentage Game: .680 (34-50) 3/19/94 vs. Wisconsin 3-Pt. Field Goals Made Game: 15 3/22/03 vs. Marquette 3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted Game: 36 3/22/03 vs. Marquette Free Throws Made Game: 32 3/19/92 vs. West Virginia Free Throws Attempted Game: 45 3/26/09 vs. Memphis Free Throw Percentage Game: .916 (11-12) 3/12/81 vs. Lamar

Free Throw Percentage Game: 1.000 (9-9) Nathan Buntin, 3/16/90 vs. UNI Career: .900 (27-30) Melvin Booker, 1991-94

Rebounds Game: 52 3/16/02 vs. Ohio State 3/17/94 vs. Navy

Rebounds Game: 18 Arthur Johnson, 3/22/03 vs. Marquette Career: 74 Arthur Johnson, 2000-03

Greatest Rebound Margin Game: 22 3/24/89, Missouri 49, Syracuse 27

Assists Game: 12 Career: 32

Larry Drew, 3/8/80 vs. Notre Dame Melvin Booker, 1991-94

Steals Game: 5 Career: 15

Larry Drew, 3/6/80 vs. San Jose State Byron Irvin, 3/19/89 vs. Texas J.T. Tiller, 3/19/10 vs. Clemson Phil Pressey, 3/17/11 vs. Cincinnati J.T. Tiller, 3/19/10 vs. Clemson J.T. Tiller, 2009-10

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Greatest Rebound Deficit Game: 25 3/17/00, Missouri 30, N. Carolina 55 Assists Game: 23 3/24/94 vs. Syracuse Steals Game: 15 3/19/10 vs. Clemson Blocked Shots Game: 7 3/11/99 vs. New Mexico Turnovers Most: 24 3/13/82 vs. Marquette Least: 4 3/20/09 vs. Cornell

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POSTSEASON TEAM RECORDS Most Points NCAA 109 vs. Wisconsin, 3-19-94 NIT 89 vs. Murray State, 3-13-96 SEC 62 vs. two opponents, Texas A&M, Ole Miss (2013) Big 12 89 vs. Oklahoma, 3-8-97 Big 8 104 vs. Oklahoma, 12-28-62 Most Points – Half NCAA 57 vs. Texas, 3-19-89 NIT 52 vs. Murray State, 3-13-96 SEC 34 vs. Texas A&M, 3-14-13 Big 12 51 vs. Oklahoma, 3-8-97 Big 8 59 vs. Nebraska, 3-12-94 Fewest Points NCAA 35 vs. Utah, 3-24-44 NIT 49 vs. Alabama, 3-18-96 SEC 62 vs. two opponents; Texas A&M, Ole Miss (2013) Big 12 47 vs. Oklahoma, 3-16-03 Big 8 50 vs. Iowa State, 3-10-95 Most Field Goals Made NCAA 42 vs. Texas, 3-19-89 NIT 32 vs. St. John’s, 3-18-72 SEC 24 vs. Ole Miss, 3-15-13 Big 12 32 vs. Baylor, 3-8-07 Big 8 45 vs. Colorado, 1972 Fewest Field Goals Made NCAA 12 vs. Utah, 3-24-44 NIT 20 vs. Alabama, 3-18-96 SEC 21 vs. Texas A&M, 3-14-13 Big 12 17 vs. Oklahoma, 3-6-98 Big 8 20 vs. Iowa State, 3-10-95 Most Field Goals Attempted NCAA 83 vs. Arizona, 3-26-94 NIT 71 vs. UAB, 3-11-98 SEC 59 vs. Ole Miss, 3-15-13 Big 12 70 vs. Kansas, 3-12-04 Big 8 99 vs. Oklahoma, 12-28-62 Fewest Field Goals Attempted NCAA 37 vs. Marquette, 3-13-82 NIT 50 vs. St. Joseph’s, 3-14-85 SEC 47 vs. Texas A&M, 3-14-13 Big 12 43 vs. Oklahoma, 3-8-97 Big 8 41 vs. Nebraska, 3-11-83

Highest Field Goal Percentage NCAA .680 (34-50) vs. Wisconsin, 3-19-94 NIT .604 (32-53) vs. St. John’s, 3-18-72 SEC .447 (21-47) vs. Texas A&M, 3-14-13 Big 12 .600 (27-45) vs. Texas A&M, 3-11-04 Big 8 .610 (25-41) vs. Nebraska, 3-11-83 Lowest Field Goal Percentage NCAA .328 (20-61) vs. W. Virginia, 3-21-10 NIT .313 (20-64) vs. Alabama, 3-18-96 SEC .407 (24-59) vs. Ole Miss, 3-15-13 Big 12 .303 (17-56) vs. Oklahoma, 3-6-98 Big 8 .342 (25-73) vs. Kansas, 3-6-81 Most Three-Point Field Goals Made NCAA 15 vs. Marquette, 3-22-03 NIT 11 vs. UAB, 3-11-98 SEC 7 vs. Ole Miss, 3-15-13 Big 12 14 vs. Texas A&M, 3-8-01 Big 8 13 vs. Oklahoma, 3-8-96 Fewest Three-Point Field Goals Made NCAA 2 vs. three opponents Creighton, Syracuse, Rhode Island NIT 6 vs. three opponents; Murray State, Alabama, Michigan SEC 5 vs. Texas A&M, 3-14-13 Big 12 3 vs. Texas, 3-7-97; vs. A&M 3-10-11 Big 8 0 vs. Oklahoma State, 3-9-91 Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted NCAA 36 vs. Marquette, 3-22-03 NIT 29 vs. UAB, 3-11-98 SEC 23 vs. Ole Miss, 3-15-13 Big 12 27 vs. Kansas, 3-12-04 Big 8 28 vs. Nebraska, 3-12-94 Fewest Three-Point Field Goals Attempted NCAA 9 vs. three opponents Creighton, West Virginia, R. Island NIT 17 vs. Murray State, 3-13-96; 17 vs. Michigan, 3-16-04 SEC 13 vs. Texas A&M, 3-14-13 Big 12 8 vs. Oklahoma, 3-8-97 Big 8 2 vs. Kansas State, 3-7-87 Highest Three-Point Field Goals Percentage NCAA .632 (12-19) vs. UCLA, 3-19-95 NIT .379 (11-29) vs. UAB, 3-11-98 SEC .385 (5-13) vs. Texas A&M, 3-14-13 Big 12 .737 (14-19) vs. Texas A&M, 3-8-01 Big 8 1.000 (4-4) vs. Oklahoma, 3-12-89

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Norm Stewart Above: Norm Stewart (left) and SEC Commissioner Mike Slive (right) during halftime of Missouri’s win over Texas A&M in Nashville, Tenn. Stewart was honored as an Allstate SEC Basketball Legend on March 14, 2013.

Lowest Three-Point Field Goals Percentage (Min. 10 att.) NCAA .182 (2-11) vs. Syracuse, 3-24-94 NIT .269 (7-26) vs. Michigan, 3-15-05 SEC .304 (7-23) vs. Ole Miss, 3-15-13 Big 12 .158 (3-19) vs. Oklahoma, 3-6-98 Big 8 .067 (1-15) vs. Iowa State, 3-9-96 Most Free Throws Made NCAA 32 vs. West Virginia, 3-19-92 NIT 37 vs. Murray State, 3-13-96 SEC 15 vs. Texas A&M, 3-14-13 Big 12 40 vs. Oklahoma, 3-8-97 Big 8 37 vs. Oklahoma, 1954 37 vs. Iowa State, 12-27-76 Fewest Free Throws Made NCAA 5 vs. Iowa, 3-20-83 NIT 3 vs. Alabama, 3-18-96 SEC 7 vs. Ole Miss, 3-15-13 Big 12 1 vs. Oklahoma, 3-15-01 Big 8 6 vs. Iowa State, 3-10-95 6 vs. Iowa State, 3-9-96 Most Free Throws Attempted NCAA 44 vs. Syracuse, 3-24-94 NIT 50 vs. Murray State, 3-13-96 SEC 21 vs. Texas A&M, 3-14-13 Big 12 47 vs. Oklahoma, 3-8-97 Big 8 50 vs. Iowa State, 12-27-76 90

Fewest Free Throws Attempted NCAA 7 vs. UCLA, 3-19-95 NIT 9 vs. Alabama, 3-18-96 SEC 13 vs. Ole Miss, 3-15-13 Big 12 2 vs. Oklahoma, 3-15-01 Big 8 11 vs. Iowa State, 3-10-95 Highest Free Throw Percentage (Min. 10 att.) NCAA .917 (11-of-12) vs. Lamar, 3-13-81 NIT .740 (37-50) vs. Murray St., 3-13-96 SEC .714 (15-21) vs. Texas A&M, 3-14-13 Big 12 .917 (33-60) vs. Oklahoma, 3-11-05 Big 8 .944 (17-of-18) vs. Nebraska, 3-5-82 Lowest Free Throw Percentage (Min. 10 att.) NCAA .455 (5-11) vs. Iowa, 3-20-83 NIT .333 (3-9) vs. Alabama, 3-18-96 SEC .538 (7-13) vs. Ole Miss, 3-15-13 Big 12 .467 (7-15) vs. Oklahoma 3-9-01 Big 8 .583 (14-of-24) vs. Colorado, 3-2-82 Most Rebounds NCAA 52 vs. Ohio State, 3-16-02; 52 vs. Navy, 3-17-94 NIT 44 vs. UAB, 3-11-98 SEC 47 vs. Ole Miss, 3-15-13 Big 12 49 vs. Oklahoma, 3-6-98 Big 8 74 vs. Oklahoma, 12-30-62

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Fewest Rebounds NCAA 19 vs. Colorado State, 3-21-13 NIT 26 vs. St. Joseph’s, 3-14-85 SEC 46 vs. Texas A&M, 3-14-13 Big 12 22 vs. Nebraska, 3-10-10 Big 8 28 vs. Nebraska, 3-11-83 Most Assists NCAA 23 vs. Syracuse, 3-24-94 NIT 17 vs. UAB, 3-11-98; 17 vs. Murray State, 3-13-96 SEC 15 vs. Texas A&M, 3-14-13 Big 12 22 vs. Oklahoma State, 3-8-12 Big 8 N/A Most Steals NCAA 15 vs. Clemson, 3-19-10 NIT 9 vs. DePaul, 3-15-05 SEC 5 vs. Texas A&M, 3-14-13 Big 12 13 vs. Iowa State, 3-7-02; 13 vs. Texas Tech, 3-9-00 Big 8 N/A Most Blocked Shots NCAA 7 vs. New Mexico, 3-11-99 NIT 3 vs. DePaul, 3-15-05 SEC 4 vs. Texas A&M, 3-14-13 Big 12 6 vs. Kansas, 3-12-04 Big 8 N/A POSTSEASON INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Most Points NCAA 43 by Willie Smith vs. Michigan, 3-20-76 NIT 35 by Al Eberhard vs. St. John’s, 3-18-72 SEC 16 by Alex Oriakhi vs. Ole Miss, 3-15-13 Big 12 33 by Linas Kleiza vs. Oklahoma, 3-11-05 33 by Kareem Rush vs. Texas, 3-8-02 Big 8 41 by Charles Henke vs. Nebraska, 12-28-60 Most Field Goals Made NCAA 18 by Willie Smith vs. Michigan, 3-20-76 NIT 13 by Al Eberhard vs. St. John’s, 3-18-72 SEC 7 by Alex Oriakhi vs. Ole Miss, 3-15-13 Big 12 12 by Kareem Rush vs. Oklahoma, 3-9-01 Big 8 18 by Willie Smith vs. Oklahoma, 3-4-74 Most Field Goals Attempted NCAA 35 by Willie Smith vs. Michigan, 3-20-76 NIT 21 by John Woods vs. UAB, 3-11-98 SEC 16 by Phil Pressey vs. Ole Miss, 3-15-13 Big 12 25 by Albert White vs. Kansas State, 3-5-99 Big 8 34 by Charles Henke vs. Nebraska, 12-28-60 Most Three-Point Field Goals Made NCAA 9 by Rickey Paulding vs. Marquette, 3-22-03 NIT 8 by John Woods vs. UAB, 3-11-98 SEC 3 by Phil Pressey vs. Ole Miss, 3-15-13

Big 12 8 by Clarence Gilbert vs. Iowa State, 3-7-02 8 by Clarence Gilbert vs. Texas A&M, 3-8-01 Big 8 7 by Jason Sutherland vs. Oklahoma, 3-8-96 Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted NCAA 15 by Rickey Paulding vs. Marquette, 3-22-03 15 by Clarence Gilbert vs. N. Carolina, 3-17-00 NIT 15 by John Woods vs. UAB, 3-11-98 SEC 7 by Earnest Ross vs. Ole Miss, 3-15-13 7 by Jabari Brown vs. Ole Miss, 3-15-13 Big 12 12 by Clarence Gilbert vs. Texas, 3-8-02 Big 8 14 by Mark Atkins vs. Nebraska, 3-12-94 Most Free Throws Made NCAA 13 by Paul O’Liney vs. Wisconsin, 3-19-94 NIT 17 by Sammy Haley vs. Murray St., 3-13-96 SEC 5 by Jabari Brown vs. Texas A&M, 3-14-13 Big 12 17 by Linas Kleiza vs. Oklahoma, 3-11-05 Big 8 15 by Willie Smith vs. Oklahoma, 3-4-74 Most Free Throws Attempted NCAA 17 by Paul O’Liney vs. Wisconsin, 3-19-94 NIT 25 by Sammy Haley vs. Murray St., 3-13-96 SEC 6 by Jabari Brown vs. Texas A&M, 3-14-13 Big 12 19 by Linas Kleiza vs. Oklahoma, 3-11-05 Big 8 22 by Gene Jones vs. Okla. State, 11-30-67 Most Rebounds NCAA 18 by Arthur Johnson vs. Marquette, 3-22-03 NIT 16 by John Brown vs. UMass, 3-17-73 SEC 10 by Alex Oriakhi vs. Texas A&M, 3-14-13 10 by Earnest Ross vs. Texas A&M, 3-14-13 Big 12 14 by Kelly Thames vs. Oklahoma, 3-8-97 Big 8 24 by Ned Monsees vs. Kansas State, 3-7-64 Most Assists NCAA 12 by Larry Drew vs. Notre Dame, 3-8-80 NIT 7 by Dibi Ray vs. UAB, 3-11-98 SEC 7 by Phil Pressey vs. Ole Miss, 3-15-13 Big 12 12 by Phil Pressey vs. Okla. State, 3-8-12 Big 8 10 by Lee Coward vs. Oklahoma, 3-12-89 Most Steals NCAA 5 by Larry Drew vs. San Jose State, 3-6-80 5 by Bryon Irvin vs. Texas, 3-19-89 5 by J.T. Tiller vs. Clemson, 3-19-10 5 by Phil Pressey vs. Cincinnati, 3-17-11 NIT 2 by several SEC 1 by several Big 12 6 by Phil Pressey vs. Texas A&M, 3-10-11 Big 8 N/A Most Blocked Shots NCAA 5 by Tom Dore vs. San Jose State, 3-6-80 NIT 2 by Monte Hardge vs. UAB, 3-11-98 SEC 2 by Alex Oriakhi vs. Ole Miss, 3-15-13 Big 12 5 by Arthur Johnson vs. Nebraska, 3-13-03 Big 8 N/A

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Mizzou In The National Rankings

WEEK-BY-WEEK IN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS POLL Year PS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 2012-13 15 15 14 13 16 12 12 12 7 12 10 17 22 17 21 - - - - 2011-12 25 24 21 13 10 10 9 8 7 9 5 2 4 4 3 3 7 5 3 2010-11 15 15 11 9 15 13 9 10 9 15 13 11 14 19 20 20 22 RV RV 2008-09 - - - - - - 25 - - - - - - 17 11 11 15 9 9 2003-04 5 5 5 4 3 11 23 - - - - - - - - - - - - 2002-03 19 20 18 15 11 11 17 16 13 11 21 25 21 21 - - - - 24 2001-02 8 8 5 3 2 2 8 10 17 17 21 18 22 22 - - - - - 2000-01 - - - - - - - - 20 - - - - - - - - - - 1998-99 - - - - - - - - - - - - - 24 - 22 - 24 - 1995-96 14 15 13 11 14 15 18 - - - - - - - - - - - 1994-95 - - - - - - - - 17 16 20 18 13 9 14 19 17 23 1993-94 - - - - - - - - 25 - 24 20 15 12 6 6 3 5 1991-92 - - - 21 17 16 13 12 13 12 8 12 9 9 6 11 13 16 1990-91 20 23 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1989-90 11 5 4 4 4 7 7 5 4 1 1 1 2 1 3 6 11 1988-89 14 13 8 11 10 10 11 11 10 8 5 5 3 3 7 7 10 6 1987-88 8 8 9 16 17 - - - - - - - 15 15 - - - 1986-87 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 19 14 1982-83 15 9 8 8 6 12 15 14 12 13 10 10 12 15 13 12 10 1981-82 15 16 13 11 9 7 4 2 2 1 1 4 4 5 5 5 1980-81 11 17 14 - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1979-80 - - 19 16 13 12 13 15 10 14 15 14 13 11 16 1976-77 20 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1975-76 - - 20 - - - - 20 - 13 13 14 14 12 15 10 14 1973-74 - - - - - - - 18 - - - - - - - - - - 1972-73 - - 12 10 7 7 5 8 7 7 8 12 16 13 12 15 1971-72 - - - - - - 18 - 20 15 17 15 14 19 18 - 1954-55 - 6 7 - 9 6 8 12 17 14 - 20 20 - 1950-51 8 9 - - - - - - - - - - 1949-50 12 16 - - - - - - - - MIZZOU WINS VS. TOP 10 OPPONENTS Opponent, Score (Date) Op. MU 10 – K-State, 59-43 (2/11/50) 4 – Iowa, 97-74 (12/11/54) 8 – Illinois, 74-73 (12/10/55) 7 – Iowa St., 77-59 (1/7/57) 3 – at Iowa St., 69-66 (1/24/57) 8 – Indiana, 52-51 (12/10/62) 7 – Colorado, 60-58 (2/18/63) 8 – at Ohio St., 85-74 (12/13/63) 4 – Saint Louis, 62-56 (12/12/64) 5 – Kansas, 47-46 (1/11/69) 9 16 Notre Dame, 87-84 (3/8/80) 3 15 N. Carolina, 64-60 (11/27/82) 7 – N. Carolina, 81-76 (12/30/84) 8 – Oklahoma, 101-88 (2/13/86) 7 – at UNLV, 81-79 (2/13/88) 4 – Okla., 93-90 (ot) (3/3/88) 5 13 N. Carolina, 91-81 (11/23/88) 1 7 Oklahoma, 97-84 (2/25/89) 2 10 Oklahoma, 98-86 (3/12/89) 7 11 N. Carolina, 80-73 (11/26/89) 1 4 Kansas, 95-87 (1/20/90) 1 2 at Kansas, 77-71 (2/13/90) 8 9 Okla. St., 66-52 (2/23/92) 3 20 Kansas, 79-67 (1/31/94) 4 12 at Kansas, 81-74 (2/20/94) 3 – Kansas, 77-73 (2/10/96) 1 – Kansas, 96-94 (2ot) (2/4/97) 3 – Kansas, 74-73 (1/19/98) 10 – Iowa, 80-79 (ot) (1/24/98) 7 – Kansas, 81-59 (1/22/00)

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– Kansas, 75-66 (1/29/01) 22 Virginia, 81-77 (2/3/02) – Oklahoma, 67-52 (2/26/03) – Oklahoma State, 60-58 (3/14/03) – Kansas, 68-63 (3/15/03) – Okla. State, 93-92 2OT (2/24/04) – Kansas, 72-68 (3/6/05) 15 Oklahoma, 73-64 (3/4/09) 9 Memphis, 102-91 (3/26/09) – Kansas State, 74-68 (1/9/10) 5 at Baylor, 89-88 (1/21/12) 4 Kansas, 74-71 (2/4/12) 4 Baylor, 72-57 (2/11/12) 12 Illinois, 82-73 (12/22/13) – Florida, 63-60 (2/19/13)

Top Final Ranking 3rd 2011-12 5th 1981-82 1993-94 6th 1988-89 9th 2008-09 10th 1982-83 11th 1989-90 14th 1975-76 1986-87 15th 1972-73 2001-02 16th 1979-80 1991-92

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Mizzou On National Television 1979-80 Dec. 10 ESPN Missouri 78, USC 75 Jan. 2 ESPN DePaul 92, Missouri 79 1980-81 Jan. 18 NBC Louisville 71, Missouri 49 1981-82 Jan. 17 NBC Missouri 69, Louisville 55 Feb. 9 ESPN Missouri 42, Kansas 41 Feb. 20 NBC Georgetown 63, Missouri 51 1982-83 Nov. 27 CBS Missouri 64, N. Carolina 60 Jan. 23 NBC Marquette 60, Missouri 59 Feb. 5 NBC Missouri 82, Kansas St. 50 Feb. 8 ESPN Iowa State 73, Missouri 72 Feb. 17 ESPN Missouri 74, Kansas 69 Feb. 20 CBS Virginia 68, Missouri 53 Mar. 1 ESPN Missouri 49, Kansas St. 47 Mar. 13 CBS Okla. St. 93, Missouri 92 1983-84 Nov. 26 ESPN N. Carolina 64, Missouri 57 1985-86 Nov. 29 ESPN N. Carolina 84, Missouri 63 Nov. 30 ESPN Alaska 79, Missouri 76 1986-87 Mar. 8 ABC Missouri 67, Kansas 65 1987-88 Dec. 12 ESPN Memphis 76, Missouri 68 Feb. 13 CBS UNLV 79, Missouri 76 Feb. 17 ESPN Iowa State 102, Missouri 89 Mar. 3 ESPN Missouri 93, Oklahoma 90 1988-89 Nov. 18 ESPN Missouri 73, Missouri St. 64 Nov. 20 ESPN Missouri 83, Xavier 71 Nov. 24 ESPN Missouri 91, N. Carolina 81 Nov. 25 ESPN Syracuse 86, Missouri 84 Feb. 1 ESPN Missouri 91, Kansas 66 Feb. 9 ESPN Oklahoma 112, Missouri 105 Feb. 11 NBC Missouri 93, Kansas 80 Mar. 12 ABC Missouri 98, Oklahoma 86 1989-90 Nov. 24 ESPN Missouri 68, Evansville 53 Nov. 25 ESPN Missouri 82, Louisville 79 Nov. 26 ESPN Missouri 80, N. Carolina 73 Dec. 13 ESPN Missouri 89, Arkansas 88 Dec. 27 ESPN Missouri 71, Memphis 65 Jan. 23 ESPN Missouri 89, Rutgers 84 Feb. 8 ESPN Kansas St. 65, Missouri 58 Feb. 13 ESPN Kansas 81, Missouri 77 Feb. 18 NBC Missouri 92, Oklahoma 90 Feb. 25 ABC Oklahoma 107, Missouri 90 Mar. 3 NBC N. Dame 98, Missouri 68

1990-91 Nov. 27 ESPN Rutgers 68, Missouri 60 Dec. 8 ESPN Arkansas 95, Missouri 82 Dec. 19 ESPN Illinois 84, Missouri 81 Jan. 15 ESPN Missouri 80, Oklahoma 72 Feb. 12 ESPN Kansas 74, Missouri 70 Mar. 10 ABC Missouri 90, Nebraska 82 1991-92 Dec. 7 ESPN Missouri 87, Arkansas 76 *Jan. 13 ESPN Kansas 92, Missouri 80 Feb. 2 ABC Okla. St. 84, Missouri 61 Feb. 9 ABC Missouri 99, Oklahoma 92 *Feb. 17 ESPN Missouri 87, Nebraska 61 Mar. 8 ABC Kansas 97, Missouri 89 1992-93 Jan. 11 ESPN UNLV 101, Missouri 84 Jan. 21 ESPN Memphis 64, Missouri 56 Jan. 24 ABC Missouri 79, Okla. St. 63 *Feb. 1 ESPN Kansas 86, Missouri 69 *Feb. 8 ESPN Missouri 67, Kansas St. 51 Mar. 14 ESPN Missouri 69, Kansas St. 56 1993-94 Dec. 2 ESPN Arkansas 120, Missouri 68 *Jan. 24 ESPN Missouri 89, Nebraska 73 *Jan. 31 ESPN Missouri 79, Kansas 67 Feb. 20 ABC Missouri 81, Kansas 74 1994-95 Nov. 30 ESPN Missouri 69, Purdue 66 Dec. 3 CBS Arkansas 94, Missouri 71 *Jan. 9 ESPN Kansas 102, Missouri 89 *Jan. 30 ESPN Missouri 80, Iowa State 71 1995-96 Dec. 5 ESPN Arkansas 104, Missouri 93 Dec. 20 ESPN Illinois 96, Missouri 85 (OT) Dec. 28 ESPN2 USC 75, Missouri 64 Jan. 13 ABC Missouri 92, Geo. Wash. 77 *Jan. 15 ESPN Missouri 75, Oklahoma 73 Jan. 21 CBS Iowa State 73, Missouri 62 *Jan. 29 ESPN Colorado 106, Missouri 94 Feb. 18 ABC Maryland 91, Missouri 72 *Feb. 26 ESPN Kansas 87, Missouri 65 Mar. 3 CBS Okla. St. 51, Missouri 49 1996-97 Dec. 7 ESPN Arkansas 80, Missouri 76 Dec. 21 ESPN Iowa 88, Missouri 77 Jan. 18 ESPN Nebraska 76, Missouri 53 Jan. 26 CBS Texas 78, Missouri 74 Feb. 9 ABC Wake Forest 73, Missouri 65 *Feb. 17 ESPN Kansas 79, Missouri 67 Mar. 9 CBS Kansas 87, Missouri 60

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1997-98 Nov. 25 ESPN Duke 82, Missouri 59 Dec. 23 ESPN Missouri 85, Illinois 69 *Jan. 5 ESPN Missouri 91, Texas 69 *Jan. 19 ESPN Missouri 74, Kansas 73 Jan. 25 ABC Wake Forest 74, Missouri 65 Feb. 8 CBS Kansas 80, Missouri 70

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1998-99 *Jan. 11 ESPN Kansas 73, Missouri 61 Jan. 24 CBS Missouri 71, Kansas 63 *Feb. 8 ESPN Missouri 77, Iowa St. 61 *Feb. 15 ESPN2 Oklahoma 69, Missouri 57 Feb. 27 CBS Missouri 54, Texas 47

2003-04 Dec. 6 ESPN Missouri 63, Indiana 58 Dec. 13 CBS Gonzaga 87, Missouri 80 (OT) Dec. 23 ESPN2 Illinois 71, Missouri 70 Dec. 27 ESPN Memphis 61, Missouri 59 *Jan. 12 ESPN Syracuse 82, Missouri 68 Jan. 17 ABC Missouri 79, Okla. 75 (OT) Jan. 20 ESPN Texas 75, Missouri 69 (OT) *Feb. 2 ESPN Kansas 65, Missouri 56 Feb. 10 ESPN2 Missouri 77, Colorado 65 Feb. 15 ABC Missouri 94, UNLV 60 Mar. 3 ESPN2 Texas Tech 87, Missouri 76 Mar. 7 CBS Kansas 84, Missouri 82 Mar. 11 ESPN2 Missouri 74, Texas A&M 68 Mar. 16 ESPN Michigan 65, Missouri 64

1999-2000 Dec. 30 Fox Kentucky 70, Missouri 53 Jan. 8 ESPN Iowa St. 86, Missouri 81 Jan. 22 ABC Missouri 81, Missouri 59 *Feb. 21 ESPN Okla. St. 84, Missouri 72 Feb. 26 ESPN Oklahoma 83, Missouri 56 Mar. 5 CBS Kansas 83, Missouri 82 Mar. 17 CBS N. Carolina 84, Missouri 70 2000-01 Nov. 25 ESPN Syracuse 84, Missouri 62 Dec. 6 ESPN Missouri 99, DePaul 84 Dec. 16 ESPN Iowa 99, Missouri 94 (2OT) Dec. 18 ESPN Missouri 68, Indiana 63 Dec. 21 ESPN2 Illinois 86, Missouri 81 (OT) Jan. 20 ESPN2 Virginia 85, Missouri 72 *Jan. 29 ESPN Missouri 75, Kansas 66 Feb. 11 ABC Iowa St. 72, Missouri 64 Feb. 19 ESPN Oklahoma 63, Missouri 61 Feb. 26 ESPN Texas 76, Missouri 61 Mar. 4 CBS Kansas 75, Missouri 59 Mar. 15 CBS Missouri 70, Georgia 68 Mar. 17 CBS Duke 94, Missouri 81 2001-02 Dec. 3 ESPN2 Missouri 69, Saint Louis 67 Dec. 15 ESPN Iowa 82, Missouri 65 Dec. 22 ESPN Illinois 72, Missouri 61 *Jan. 21 ESPN Oklahoma 84, Missouri 71 *Jan. 28 ESPN Kansas 105, Missouri 73 Feb. 3 ABC Missouri 81, Virginia 77 Feb. 9 ESPN Baylor 81, Missouri 80 Feb. 17 ABC Texas 72, Missouri 70 *Feb. 25 ESPN Missouri 72, Okla. St. 69 Mar. 3 CBS Kansas 95, Missouri 92 Mar. 14 CBS Missouri 93, Miami 80 Mar. 16 CBS Missouri 83, Ohio State 67 Mar. 21 CBS Missouri 82, UCLA 73 Mar. 23 CBS Oklahoma 81, Missouri 75 2002-03 Dec. 14 ESPN2 Missouri 93, Memphis 78 Dec. 21 ESPN Illinois 85, Missouri 70 Jan. 4 ESPN Missouri 88, Iowa 82 *Jan. 13 ESPN Syracuse 76, Missouri 69 *Feb. 3 ESPN Kansas 76, Missouri 70

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Missouri 82, Texas Tech 73 Colorado 89, Missouri 68 Kansas 79, Missouri 74 Missouri 68, Kansas 63 Oklahoma 49, Missouri 47 Missouri 72, S. Illinois 71 Marquette 101, Missouri 92

2004-05 Dec. 22 ESPN2 Illinois 70, Missouri 64 Dec. 30 ESPN2 Missouri 63, Gonzaga 61 *Jan. 31 ESPN Kansas 73, Missouri 61 Feb. 12 ABC Missouri 68, Oklahoma 65 Feb. 26 ABC Texas 63, Missouri 51 Mar. 2 CBS Missouri 72, Kansas 68 Mar. 15 ESPN DePaul 75, Missouri 70 2005-06 Dec. 21 ESPN2 Illinois 82, Missouri 50 *Jan. 16 ESPN Missouri 89, Kansas 86 (OT) Feb. 1 ESPN2 Texas 66, Missouri 53 Feb. 18 CBS Kansas 79, Missouri 46 Mar. 9 ESPN2 Nebraska 71, Missouri 64 2006-07 Nov. 30 ESPN2 Missouri 86, Arkansas 64 Dec. 9 ESPN3 Purdue 79, Missouri 62 Dec. 19 ESPN Illinois 73, Missouri 70 *Jan. 15 ESPN Kansas 80, Missouri 77 Jan. 31 ESPNU Kansas St. 80, Missouri 73 Feb. 10 ABC Kansas 92, Missouri 74 Mar. 8 ESPN2 Baylor 97, Missouri 83 2007-08 Nov. 19 ESPNU Michigan St. 86, Missouri 83 Nov. 20 ESPNU Missouri 84, Maryland 70 Dec. 1 FSN California 86, Missouri 72 Dec. 8 ESPN2 Missouri 73, Purdue 63 Dec. 22 ESPN2 Illinois 59, Missouri 58 Jan. 19 ESPNU Kansas 76, Missouri 70 *Feb. 4 ESPN Kansas 90, Missouri 71 Feb. 26 ESPNU Okla. St. 75, Missouri 73 Mar. 8 ABC Oklahoma 75, Missouri 66

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2008-09 Nov. 20 ESPNU Xavier 75, Missouri 71 Nov. 21 ESPNU Missouri 87, Fairfield 59 Nov. 23 ESPNU Missouri 83, USC 72 Dec. 7 ESPNU Missouri 93, California 66 Dec. 23 ESPN2 Illinois 75, Missouri 59 Jan. 10 ESPN2 Nebraska 56, Missouri 51 Jan. 14 ESPNU Missouri 107, Colorado 62 Feb. 4 ESPN2 Missouri 69, Texas 65 *Feb. 9 ESPN Missouri 62, Kansas 60 Feb. 25 ESPNU Missouri 94, Kansas St. 74 Mar. 1 CBS Kansas 90, Missouri 65 Mar. 7 ESPN2 Texas A&M 96, Missouri 86 Mar. 12 ESPN2 Missouri 81, Texas Tech 60 Mar. 14 ESPN2 Missouri 73, Baylor 60 Mar. 20 CBS Missouri 78, Cornell 59 Mar. 22 CBS Missouri 83, Marquette 79 Mar. 26 CBS Missouri 102, Memphis 91 Mar. 28 CBS UConn 82, Missouri 75 2009-10 Dec. 5 ESPNU Missouri 106, Oregon 69 Dec. 23 ESPN2 Missouri 81, Illinois 68 Jan. 9 ESPN2 Missouri 74, Kansas St. 68 Jan. 13 ESPNU Missouri 94, Tex. Tech 89 (OT) Jan. 16 ESPN2 Oklahoma 66, Missouri 61 *Jan. 25 ESPN Kansas 84, Missouri 65 Jan. 30 ESPN2 Missouri 95, Okla. State 80 Feb. 3 ESPNU Texas A&M 77, Missouri 74 Feb. 17 ESPN2 Missouri 82, Texas 77 Feb. 27 ESPNU Kansas St. 63, Missouri 53 Jan. 6 CBS Kansas 77, Missouri 56 Mar. 19 CBS Missouri 86, Clemson 78 Mar. 21 CBS W. Virginia 68, Missouri 59 2010-11 Nov. 30 ESPNU G’Town 111, Missouri 102 Dec. 2 FSN Missouri 83, Oregon 80 Dec. 8 ESPNU Missouri 85, Vanderbilt 82 Dec. 22 ESPN2 Missouri 75, Illinois 64 Jan. 15 ESPN2 Texas A&M 91, Missouri 89 *Jan. 17 ESPN Missouri 75, Kansas St. 59 Jan. 22 ESPNU Missouri 87, Iowa State 54 Jan. 29 ESPNU Texas 71, Missouri 58 Feb. 2 ESPN2 Okla. St. 76, Missouri 70 *Feb. 7 ESPN Kansas 103, Missouri 86 Feb. 15 ESPN2 Missouri 92, Texas Tech 84 Feb. 23 ESPN2 Missouri 77, Baylor 59 Feb. 26 ESPN Kansas St. 80, Missouri 70 Mar. 5 CBS Kansas 70, Missouri 66 Mar. 17 TNT Cincinnati 78, Missouri 63

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Missouri 84, Texas 73 Missouri 70, Texas A&M 51 Missouri 89, Baylor 88 Okla. St. 79, Missouri 72 Missouri 67, Texas 66 Missouri 74, Kansas 71 Missouri 71, Oklahoma 68 Missouri 71, Texas A&M 62 Kansas St. 78, Missouri 68 Kansas 87, Missouri 86 (OT) Missouri 87, Texas 67 Missouri 90, Baylor 75 Norf. St. 86, Missouri 84

2012-13 Nov. 22 AXS Missouri 78, Stanford 70 Nov. 23 NBCSN Louisville 84, Missouri 61 Nov. 24 NBCSN Missouri 68, VCU 65 Dec. 22 ESPN2 Missouri 82, Illinois 73 Dec. 28 ESPN2 UCLA 97, Missouri 94 (OT) Jan. 8 ESPN Missouri 84, Alabama 68 Jan. 12 FSN Ole Miss 64, Missouri 49 Jan. 19 ESPN Florida 83, Missouri 52 Jan. 22 ESPNU Missouri 71, S. Carolina 65 Jan. 26 ESPNU Missouri 81, Vanderbilt 59 Feb. 7 ESPN2 Texas A&M 70, Missouri 68 Feb. 9 CBS Missouri 98, Ole Miss 79 Feb. 16 ESPN Arkansas 73, Arkansas 71 Feb. 19 ESPN Missouri 63, Florida 60 ^Feb. 23 ESPN Kentucky 90, Missouri 83 (OT) Feb. 28 ESPN2 Missouri 90, S. Carolina 68 March 5 ESPN Missouri 93, Arkansas 63 March 9 ESPN Tennessee 64, Missouri 62 March 21 TBS Colo. State 84, Missouri 72 National Network Summary Total Appearances 267 125-142 on ABC 24 13-11 on CBS 40 15-25 ESPN / ESPN2 / ESPNU 166 90-93 * Big Monday 37 15-22 on NBC (or NBCSN) 10 5-5 on Fox (or FSN) 4 1-3 TNT 2 0-2 TBS 1 0-1 Other 3 1-2 ^ESPN College GameDay 1 1-1 # - Exhibition vs. Missouri Southern (ESPNU)

2011-12 #Oct. 30 ESPNU Misssouri 114, MSSU 68 Nov. 21 ESPN2 Missouri 87, Not. Dame 58 Nov. 22 ESPN2 Missouri 92, California 53 Dec. 6 ESPN Missouri 81, Villanova 71 Dec. 22 ESPN2 Missouri 78, Illinois 74 Dec. 30 ESPNU Missouri 75, Old Dom. 68

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Year-By-Year Results 1906-1907 WON 10, LOST 6 Coach: DR. ISADORE ANDERSON Captain: H.A. Henley Jan. 12 Central Methodist W 65-5 Jan. 18 Washington (Mo.) L 24-28 Feb. 2 @ K.C. Athletic Club L 34-35 Feb. 4 @ Baker L 28-43 Feb. 5 @ Emporia State W 40-26 Feb. 6 @ Fort Riley W 66-6 Feb. 7 @ Kansas State L 19-34 Feb. 8 @ Haskell Institute L 40-47 Feb. 9 @ Central Missouri W 43-18 Feb. 14 @ Mo. Athletic Club W 35-29 Feb. 15 @ Washington (Mo.) W 37-30 Mar. 2 K.C. Athletic Club W 46-26 Mar. 11 Kansas W 34-31 Mar. 12 Kansas W 34-12 Mar. 19 Haskell Institute W 30-21 Mar. 23 Mo. Athletic Club L 22-32 1907-1908 WON 8, LOST 10 Missouri Valley Conf., Won 0, Lost 5 (3rd) Coach: A.M. EBRIGHT Captain: H.A. Henley Dec. 12 Joplin YMCA W 42-21 Dec. 13 Missouri-Rolla W 39-18 Dec. 14 Missouri-Rolla W 75-11 Dec. 17 Central Missouri W 34-16 Jan. 28 @ Mo. Athletic Club W 31-30 Jan. 29 @ Washington (Mo.) L 22-30 Jan. 30 @ Iowa L 15-46 Jan. 31 @ Nebraska L 30-41 Feb. 1 @ Nebraska L 31-43 Feb. 3 @ K.C. Athletic Club W 46-27 Feb. 4 @ Kansas L 20-21 Feb. 5 @ Kansas L 18-24 Feb. 6 Central Missouri W 46-16 Feb. 8 Baker W 38-28 Feb. 15 Mo. Athletic Club L 24-36 Feb. 17 Kansas L 19-30 Feb. 18 Kansas L 22-26 Feb. 22 K.C. Athletic Club L 28-34 1908-1909 WON 10, LOST 5 Missouri Valley Conf., Won 3, Lost 8 (T,2nd) Coach: GUY LOWMAN Captain: Carl Ristine Dec. 18 Central Missouri W 38-16 Dec. 19 Central Missouri W 46-12 Jan. 9 Iowa State W 53-14 Jan. 16 @ Washington (Mo.) L 25-34 Jan. 17 @ Washington (Mo.) L 26-44 Jan. 22 Missouri-Rolla W 43-12 Jan. 23 Missouri-Rolla W 49-22 Feb. 1 @ Nebraska W 26-24 Feb. 2 @ Kansas State W 31-29 Feb. 3 @ Kansas L 15-24 Feb. 4 @ Kansas L 23-31 Feb. 6 @ Central Missouri W 36-14 Feb. 12 Kansas L 19-24 Feb. 13 Kansas W 37-21 Feb. 17 Washington (Mo.) W 36-16

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1909-1910 WON 8, LOST 11 Missouri Valley Conf., Won 2, Lost 6 (3rd) Coach: GUY LOWMAN Captain: Frank Burress Jan. 10 William Jewell W 42-19 Jan. 11 William Jewell W 37-35 Jan. 13 Washington (Mo.) W 25-10 Jan. 14 Washington (Mo.) W 30-9 Jan. 21 Grinnell L 30-34 Jan. 22 Grinnell L 8-32 Feb. 5 Emporia State W 32-8 Feb. 9 @ Central Missouri W 28-27 Feb. 10 @ Central Missouri W 20-19 Feb. 11 @ Kansas L 15-29 Feb. 12 @ Kansas L 14-27 Feb. 14 @ Drake W 28-7 Feb. 15 @ Iowa State L 11-13 Feb. 16 @ Iowa L 6-20 Feb. 21 Kansas L 21-25 Feb. 22 Kansas L 22-58 Feb. 28 @ Washington (Mo.) L 12-24 Mar. 1 @ Washington (Mo.) L 13-35 Mar. 23 Mo. Athletic Club L 22-32 1910-1911 WON 5, LOST 7 Missouri Valley Conf., Won 5, Lost 7 (4th) Coach: CHESTER BREWER Captain: Herman Cohen Jan. 13 Iowa State W 40-22 Jan. 14 Iowa State W 43-26 Jan. 27 @ Kansas L 28-34 Jan. 28 @ Kansas L 15-27 Feb. 8 Nebraska W 39-26 Feb. 9 Nebraska (OT) W 37-36 Feb. 17 Kansas L 16-32 Feb. 18 Kansas L 25-36 Feb. 24 @ Iowa State L 16-22 Feb. 25 @ Iowa State L 18-21 Feb. 26 @ Nebraska L 23-30 Feb. 27 @ Nebraska W 23-20 1911-1912 WON 5, LOST 10 Missouri Valley Conf., Won 1, Lost 7 (3rd) Coach: O.F. FIELD Captain: Joseph Parker Jan. 10 Washburn W 26-17 Jan. 17 Iowa State W 25-24 Jan. 18 Iowa State W 18-10 Jan. 19 @ Washington (Mo.) L 12-29 Jan. 20 @ Washington (Mo.) L 14-31 Feb. 8 @ Central Missouri L 26-30 Feb. 9 @ Kansas L 16-27 Feb. 10 @ Kansas L 21-31 Feb. 12 Washington (Mo.) W 16-8 Feb. 13 Washington (Mo.) L 16-19 Feb. 15 @ Drake W 15-12 Feb. 16 @ Iowa State L 9-27 Feb. 17 @ Iowa State L 13-32 Feb. 21 Kansas L 24-39 Feb. 22 Kansas L 26-32

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1912-1913 WON 13, LOST 5 Missouri Valley Conf., Won 6, Lost 2 (2nd) Coach: O.F. FIELD Captain: George Edwards Jan. 6 Central Methodist W 39-24 Jan. 13 Central Methodist W 23-22 Jan. 16 Iowa State W 28-14 Jan. 17 Iowa State W 25-13 Jan. 21 Kansas State L 18-32 Jan. 22 Kansas State L 27-34 Feb. 5 @ Washington (Mo.) W 29-11 Feb. 6 @ Washington (Mo.) W 38-13 Feb. 10 @ Iowa State W 33-13 Feb. 11 @ Iowa State W 24-23 Feb. 12 @ Kansas State W 25-24 Feb. 14 @ Kansas L 12-22 Feb. 15 @ Kansas L 20-34 Feb. 17 Washington (Mo.) W 23-15 Feb. 18 Washington (Mo.) W 33-31 Feb. 22 William Jewell W 31-20 Feb. 26 Kansas W 26-20 Feb. 27 Kansas L 26-34 1913-1914 WON 4, LOST 12 Missouri Valley Conf., Won 1, Lost 12 (4th) Coach: O.F. FIELD Captain: Milton Bernet Jan. 12 Iowa State W 32-19 Jan. 13 Iowa State W 37-9 Feb. 4 Washington (Mo.) W 28-20 Feb. 5 Washington (Mo.) L 15-23 Feb. 11 Kansas L 25-28 Feb. 12 Kansas L 21-27 Feb. 13 @ Iowa State L 20-23 Feb. 14 @ Iowa State W 23-16 Feb. 18 Kansas State L 32-35 Feb. 19 Kansas State L 21-22 Feb. 25 @ Kansas L 22-38 Feb. 26 @ Kansas L 18-31 Feb. 27 @ Kansas State L 20-32 Feb. 28 @ Kansas State L 23-24 Mar. 2 @ Washington (Mo.) L 17-27 Mar. 3 @ Washington (Mo.) L 19-27 1914-1915 WON 8, LOST 6 Missouri Valley Conf., Won 6, Lost 6 (3rd) Coach: EUGENE VAN GENT Captain: George Palfreyman Jan. 16 Tarkio W 29-11 Jan. 17 Central Methodist W 39-23 Feb. 8 Washington (Mo.) W 52-18 Feb. 9 Washington (Mo.) W 28-16 Feb. 16 @ Kansas State W 26-16 Feb. 17 @ Kansas State W 26-19 Feb. 19 @ Kansas L 19-44 Feb. 20 @ Kansas L 23-42 Feb. 24 Kansas L 22-33 Feb. 25 Kansas L 26-40 Mar. 1 Kansas State L 19-28 Mar. 2 Kansas State W 32-16 Mar. 5 @ Washington (Mo.) L 23-26 Mar. 6 @ Washington (Mo.) W 29-28

1915-1916 WON 12, LOST 3 Missouri Valley Conf., Won 10, Lost 2 (2nd) Coach: EUGENE VAN GENT Captain: John Wear Jan. 8 Northwest Missouri W 49-25 Jan. 10 Washington (Mo.) W 45-21 Jan. 14 @ Iowa State W 26-12 Jan. 15 @ Iowa State W 21-15 Jan. 20 Central Methodist W 44-19 Feb. 9 Kansas W 30-24 Feb. 10 Kansas W 42-20 Feb. 16 Oklahoma W 50-20 Feb. 17 Oklahoma L 28-29 Feb. 18 @ Washington (Mo.) W 23-17 Feb. 19 @ Washington (Mo.) W 41-19 Feb. 25 @ Kansas State L 19-27 Feb. 26 @ Kansas State W 22-10 Feb. 28 @ Kansas W 41-10 Feb. 29 @ Kansas L 19-31 1916-1917 WON 12, LOST 4 Missouri Valley Conf., Won 10, Lost 4 (2nd) Coach: JOHN MILLER Captain: Fred Williams Jan. 6 Central Methodist W 47-21 Jan. 12 Iowa State W 28-25 Jan. 13 Iowa State L 21-24 Jan. 19 Washington (Mo.) W 36-22 Jan. 20 Washington (Mo.) W 30-20 Feb. 2 Kansas City Poly W 52-20 Feb. 6 @ Kansas L 23-24 Feb. 7 @ Kansas W 26-17 Feb. 9 @ Nebraska W 18-16 Feb. 10 @ Nebraska W 18-7 Feb. 21 Kansas W 24-20 Feb. 22 Kansas W 38-15 Mar. 5 Kansas State L 22-26 Mar. 6 Kansas State L 27-32 Mar. 8 @ Washington (Mo.) W 23-19 Mar. 9 @ Washington (Mo.) W 31-22 LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1917-1918 WON 17, LOST 1 Missouri Valley Conf., Won 15, Lost 1 (1st) Coach: WALTER MEANWELL Captain: Jesse Campbell Dec. 20 Tulsa W 52-12 Jan. 5 Kansas City Poly W 37-21 Jan. 11 Drake W 27-8 Jan. 12 Drake W 19-17 Jan. 17 @ Washington (Mo.) W 17-14 Jan. 18 @ Washington (Mo.) W 26-23 Feb. 4 @ Kansas W 36-22 Feb. 5 @ Kansas W 25-21 Feb. 8 Nebraska W 22-9 Feb. 9 Nebraska W 16-8 Feb. 13 @ Iowa State W 26-11 Feb. 14 @ Iowa State W 24-13 Feb. 20 Kansas W 39-21 Feb. 21 Kansas L 22-28 Feb. 27 @ Kansas State W 22-19 Feb. 28 @ Kansas State W 28-24 Mar. 4 Washington (Mo.) W 34-13 Mar. 5 Washington (Mo.) W 32-18

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1918-1919 WON 14, LOST 3 Missouri Valley Conf., Won 11, Lost 3 (2nd) Coach: JOHN MILLER Captain: Craig Ruby Jan. 10 Iowa State W 33-16 Jan. 11 Iowa State W 35-22 Jan. 17 Washington (Mo.) W 39-15 Jan. 18 Washington (Mo.) W 36-19 Jan. 25 Westminster W 69-23 Jan. 31 @ Kansas W 43-25 Feb. 1 @ Kansas W 37-15 Feb. 13 @ Nebraska Wesleyan W 48-15 Feb. 14 @ Nebraska L 14-21 Feb. 15 @ Nebraska L 26-28 Feb. 19 Kansas W 34-20 Feb. 20 Kansas L 29-36 Mar. 1 Central Methodist W 56-15 Mar. 7 @ Washington (Mo.) W 46-22 Mar. 8 @ Washington (Mo.) W 35-26 Mar. 14 Kansas State W 47-26 Mar. 15 Kansas State W 38-23 LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1919-1920 WON 17, LOST 1 Missouri Valley Conf., Won 17, Lost 1 (1st) Coach: WALTER MEANWELL Captain: Craig Ruby Jan. 9 @ Iowa State W 55-20 Jan. 10 @ Iowa State W 55-17 Jan. 16 @ Washington (Mo.) W 34-29 Jan. 17 @ Washington (Mo.) W 35-18 Jan. 22 @ Kansas W 32-27 Jan. 23 @ Kansas W 38-16 Jan. 30 Kansas State W 21-19 Feb. 6 Drake W 44-9 Feb. 7 Drake W 53-16 Feb. 11 Oklahoma W 33-21 Feb. 12 Oklahoma W 53-18 Feb. 19 Kansas W 31-13 Feb. 27 Washington (Mo.) W 41-22 Feb. 28 Washington (Mo.) W 34-27 Mar. 4 @ Kansas State W 29-22 Mar. 5 @ Kansas State L 23-29 LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1920-1921 WON 17, LOST 1 Missouri Valley Conf., Won 17, Lost 1 (1st) Coach: CRAIG RUBY Captain: George Browning Jan. 7 Iowa State W 30-11 Jan. 8 Iowa State W 28-19 Jan. 14 Washington (Mo.) W 46-11 Jan. 15 Washington (Mo.) W 40-11 Jan. 21 @ Oklahoma W 47-24 Jan. 22 @ Oklahoma W 34-16 Jan. 28 Kansas W 27-22 Jan. 29 Kansas W 28-21 Feb. 4 @ Washington (Mo.) W 48-14 Feb. 5 @ Washington (Mo.) W 28-22 Feb. 11 @ Kansas State W 48-18 Feb. 12 @ Kansas State W 35-26 Feb. 18 Drake W 50-14

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LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1921-1922 WON 16, LOST 1 Missouri Valley Conf., Won 15, Lost 1 (T,1st) Coach: CRAIG RUBY Captain: George Bond Jan. 2 Missouri-Rolla W 33-18 Jan. 6 @ Drake W 37-25 Jan. 9 Washington (Mo.) W 45-26 Jan. 13 @ Nebraska W 46-31 Jan. 21 Grinnell W 47-19 Jan. 24 @ Kansas W 35-25 Jan. 28 @ Iowa State W 30-18 Jan. 31 @ Grinnell W 30-17 Feb. 3 Kansas State W 39-24 Feb. 4 Oklahoma W 46-27 Feb. 10 Drake W 44-29 Feb. 11 Iowa State W 29-19 Feb. 15 @ Washington (Mo.) W 29-20 Feb. 21 Kansas L 16-26 Feb. 24 Nebraska W 55-16 Mar. 4 @ Oklahoma W 66-22 Mar. 6 @ Kansas State W 32-28 1922-1923 WON 15, LOST 3 Missouri Valley Conf., Won 14, Lost 2 (2nd) Coach: GEORGE BOND Captain: Arthur Browning Jan. 1 Texas W 37-18 Jan. 5 @ Grinnell W 28-17 Jan. 6 @ Drake W 50-22 Jan. 12 Kansas State W 40-17 Jan. 13 Oklahoma W 50-20 Jan. 16 Kansas L 19-21 Jan. 20 @ Iowa State W 41-25 Jan. 22 @ Nebraska W 33-18 Jan. 31 @ Washington (Mo.) W 26-22 Feb. 3 @ Oklahoma W 38-29 Feb. 9 Iowa State W 25-22 Feb. 10 Grinnell W 41-13 Feb. 13 @ Kansas State W 36-10 Feb. 19 @ K.C. Athletic Club L 22-32 Feb. 23 Drake W 45-19 Feb. 24 Nebraska W 39-22 Feb. 28 @ Kansas L 20-33 Mar. 3 Washington (Mo.) W 42-26

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1923-1924 WON 4, LOST 14 Missouri Valley Conf., Won 4, Lost 12 (T,7th) Coach: GEORGE BOND Captain: Don Faurot Jan. 2 K.C. Athletic Club L 24-36 Jan. 5 @ Nebraska L 18-24 Jan. 7 @ Grinnell L 18-25 Jan. 12 @ Washington (Mo.) L 20-27 Jan. 21 Iowa State W 36-16 Jan. 25 Grinnell W 22-19 Jan. 30 @ Kansas L 14-16 Feb. 1 @ Kansas State L 26-29 Feb. 2 Washington (Mo.) L 26-27 Feb. 4 Drake L 24-26 Feb. 8 Nebraska L 11-31 Feb. 11 Oklahoma L 20-22 Feb. 13 @ K.C. Athletic Club L 19-25 Feb. 16 Oklahoma W 24-21 Feb. 19 @ Drake L 23-37 Feb. 20 @ Iowa State W 21-14 Feb. 26 Kansas State L 15-23 Mar. 1 Kansas L 17-30 1924-1925 WON 7, LOST 11 Missouri Valley Conf., Won 6, Lost 10 (6th) Coach: GEORGE BOND Captain: Frank Wheat Dec. 19 Central Wesleyan W 36-16 Jan. 8 @ Iowa State W 28-15 Jan. 9 @ Drake W 28-22 Jan. 10 @ Grinnell L 23-25 Jan. 17 Oklahoma L 15-22 Jan. 24 Drake W 24-20 Jan. 27 @ Washington (Mo.) L 10-15 Feb. 2 Washington (Mo.) L 22-24 Feb. 7 Iowa State W 17-15 Feb. 9 @ Kansas State W 28-24 Feb. 10 @ Oklahoma L 22-42 Feb. 14 Kansas L 22-23 Feb. 20 Grinnell W 37-26 Feb. 21 Nebraska L 20-25 Feb. 27 @ Nebraska L 21-24 Feb. 28 @ Kansas L 17-33 Mar. 4 Kansas State L 32-43 Mar. 5 @ Hillyards L 21-47 1925-1926 WON 8, LOST 10 Missouri Valley Conf., Won 8, Lost 8 (4th) Coach: GEORGE BOND Captain: Hugh McMillan Dec. 31 @ Purdue L 26-27 Jan. 2 @ Michigan L 19-27 Jan. 8 @ Oklahoma State W 31-23 Jan. 9 @ Oklahoma L 23-28 Jan. 15 Iowa State L 22-23 Jan. 22 @ Kansas L 15-24 Feb. 5 Kansas State W 25-22 Feb. 8 Washington (Mo.) L 21-24 Feb. 12 Oklahoma State W 37-36 Feb. 13 Oklahoma L 27-36 Feb. 19 @ Nebraska W 26-24 Feb. 20 @ Kansas State L 22-26 Feb. 22 Kansas L 22-27

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1926-1927 WON 9, LOST 8 Missouri Valley Conf., Won 6, Lost 4 (3rd) Coach: GEORGE EDWARDS Captain: Ted O’Sullivan Jan. 5 Northeast Missouri W 40-20 Jan. 7 @ Hillyards L 26-31 Jan. 8 @ K.C. Athletic Club W 32-26 Jan. 14 Drake W 27-18 Jan. 15 Nebraska L 23-35 Jan. 22 Grinnell W 35-15 Jan. 29 Kansas L 23-40 Feb. 5 @ Drake W 39-23 Feb. 7 @ Grinnell W 20-16 Feb. 11 Oklahoma State W 46-29 Feb. 12 Oklahoma W 48-36 Feb. 14 @ Nebraska L 22-27 Feb. 15 @ Creighton L 30-37 Feb. 17 @ K.C. Athletic Club W 32-23 Feb. 25 @ Oklahoma State L 26-32 Feb. 26 @ Oklahoma L 20-43 Mar. 2 @ Kansas L 29-36 1927-1928 WON 13, LOST 5 Missouri Valley Conf., Won 13, Lost 5 (2nd) Coach: GEORGE EDWARDS Captain: Kenneth Yunker Dec. 11 Nebraska W 36-15 Jan. 7 @ Nebraska L 26-36 Jan. 9 @ Kansas State W 44-33 Jan. 10 @ Kansas W 30-22 Jan. 13 Grinnell W 38-28 Jan. 14 Iowa State W 52-28 Jan. 20 @ Washington (Mo.) W 35-24 Feb. 4 Oklahoma L 24-40 Feb. 10 @ Oklahoma State W 56-47 Feb. 11 @ Oklahoma L 33-34 Feb. 17 Drake W 28-21 Feb. 21 Kansas W 49-29 Feb. 24 @ Grinnell L 37-38 Feb. 25 @ Iowa State W 42-30 Feb. 27 @ Drake L 24-30 Mar. 2 Kansas State W 41-31 Mar. 7 Washington (Mo.) W 28-21 Mar. 9 Oklahoma State W 37-32 1928-1929 WON 11, LOST 7 Big Six Conf., Won 7, Lost 3 (2nd) Coach: GEORGE EDWARDS Captain: Justin Roach Dec. 22 Kansas (@ Kansas City) W 38-31 Jan. 3 @ Butler L 25-38 Jan. 4 @ Indiana L 29-42 Jan. 12 @ Nebraska W 30-25 Jan. 15 Kansas W 34-30 Jan. 20 Kansas State W 51-36 Jan. 26 @ Washington (Mo.) W 30-28

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1931-1932 WON 9, LOST 9 Big Six Conf., Won 6, Lost 4 (T,2nd) Coach: GEORGE EDWARDS Captain: Max Collings Dec. 12 Ohio State L 17-30 Dec. 14 @ St. Louis W 25-23 Dec. 15 Southern California L 21-22 Dec. 18 Central Methodist L 21-24 Jan. 5 Washington (Mo.) W 37-27 Jan. 7 Creighton L 34-35 Jan. 9 Kansas State W 32-29 Jan. 16 Nebraska W 30-18 1929-1930 WON 15, LOST 3 Jan. 22 @ Iowa State L 13-18 Big Six Conf., Won 8, Lost 2 (1st) Jan. 23 @ Creighton (OT) W 26-23 Coach: GEORGE EDWARDS Captain: Marshall Craig Jan. 30 Kansas W 26-22 Dec. 16 Central Methodist W 27-17 Feb. 6 Oklahoma W 27-20 Dec. 21 Kansas (@ Kansas City) L 12-17 Feb. 8 @ Washington (Mo.) L 21-27 Jan. 2 @ William Jewell W 38-22 Feb. 13 Iowa State W 31-25 Jan. 6 @ Washington (Mo.) W 33-30 Feb. 20 @ Kansas L 16-24 Jan. 10 @ Iowa State W 31-24 Feb. 22 @ Oklahoma L 17-28 Jan. 11 @ Iowa W 25-24 Feb. 25 @ Nebraska W 32-28 Jan. 13 Kansas State W 34-21 Feb. 26 @ Kansas State L 22-28 Jan. 18 Nebraska W 27-21 Feb. 1 @ Oklahoma W 37-20 1932-1933 WON 10, LOST 8 Feb. 4 @ Creighton W 32-30 Big Six Conf., Won 6, Lost 4 (3rd) Feb. 8 Iowa State W 43-34 COACH: GEORGE EDWARDS Feb. 11 Creighton W 29-21 Captain: Norman Wagner Feb. 14 @ Kansas State L 35-37 Dec. 14 @ Butler L 23-30 Feb. 15 @ Nebraska L 31-34 Dec. 15 @ G. Washington W 33-30 Feb. 21 Kansas W 29-18 Dec. 16 @ Washington (Mo.) W 39-27 Feb. 24 Washington (Mo.) W 31-20 Dec. 20 Illinois L 24-36 Mar. 1 Oklahoma W 36-20 Jan. 2 NW Missouri W 30-24 Mar. 5 @ Kansas W 23-18 Jan. 4 Central Methodist W 27-10 Jan. 7 Nebraska W 37-33 1930-1931 WON 8, LOST 9 Jan. 9 @ St. Louis L 20-27 Big Six Conf., Won 5, Lost 5 (T,3rd) Jan. 14 Iowa State W 29-22 Coach: GEORGE EDWARDS Jan. 19 @ Kansas L 27-35 Captain: Charles Huhn, Hubert Campbell Feb. 3 @ Kansas State L 28-35 Dec. 16 Central Methodist L 24-25 Feb. 4 @ Oklahoma L 26-31 Dec. 20 Kansas (@ Kansas City) L 26-40 Feb. 5 @ Creighton L 19-28 Dec. 22 @ Wisconsin L 9-37 Feb. 11 Kansas W 21-17 Jan. 5 @ Washington (Mo.) L 17-18 Feb. 17 Oklahoma W 40-30 Jan. 10 @ Nebraska L 32-42 Feb. 24 @ Iowa State L 31-32 Jan. 12 Kansas State L 30-31 Feb. 25 @ Nebraska W 39-31 Jan. 17 Iowa State W 20-18 Mar. 4 Kansas State W 37-33 Jan. 26 Oklahoma W 22-14 Jan. 29 @ Kansas L 13-31 1933-1934 WON 10, LOST 8 Feb. 3 @ Creighton W 30-20 Big Six Conf., Won 6, Lost 4 (T,2nd) Feb. 5 @ Iowa State L 19-29 Coach: GEORGE EDWARDS Captain: Denver Miller Feb. 7 Nebraska W 33-20 Dec. 9 St. Louis W 26-23 Feb. 10 Creighton W 25-19 Dec. 14 Creighton L 24-28 Feb. 14 @ Oklahoma W 27-17 Jan. 3 @ Illinois L 27-31 Feb. 16 Washington (Mo.) W 28-13 Jan. 6 Kansas State W 32-20 Feb. 21 @ Kansas State L 14-21 Jan. 13 Nebraska W 36-26 Feb. 27 Kansas W 26-19 Jan. 16 Kansas L 25-27 Jan. 18 @ Iowa State W 26-25 Jan. 27 @ St. Louis L 26-30 Feb. 2 @ Oklahoma W 31-28 Feb. 3 @ Oklahoma L 21-35 Feb. 9 @ Nebraska L 27-34 Jan. 28 Jan. 29 Feb. 2 Feb. 6 Feb. 7 Feb. 8 Feb. 11 Feb. 15 Feb. 20 Feb. 25 Mar. 2

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@ Drake @ Iowa State Oklahoma Washington (Mo.) @ Creighton @ Kansas State Drake Iowa State @ Kansas Nebraska @ Oklahoma

W W L L W W L W W L L

36-35 29-19 34-40 25-29 33-29 35-25 26-32 49-29 33-20 33-39 35-36

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Feb. 10 Feb. 12 Feb. 16 Feb. 19 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Mar. 6

@ Kansas State @ Creighton Washington (Mo.) Iowa State Oklahoma Oklahoma @ Kansas

W L W W W W L

41-20 24-36 30-18 25-19 29-28 32-22 21-23

1934-1935 WON 7, LOST 11 Big Six Conf., Won 7, Lost 9 (4th) Coach: GEORGE EDWARDS Captain: Ken Jorgensen Dec. 21 @ St. Louis L 18-33 Dec. 22 @ Washington (Mo.) L 25-29 Jan. 4 @ Iowa State L 23-31 Jan. 7 @ Kansas L 29-39 Jan. 8 @ Kansas L 27-36 Jan. 11 Oklahoma L 28-38 Jan. 12 Oklahoma L 29-33 Jan. 19 Nebraska W 32-31 Jan. 26 @ Iowa State L 28-37 Feb. 1 @ Kansas State L 29-32 Feb. 2 @ Kansas State L 20-27 Feb. 4 @ Nebraska W 23-21 Feb. 9 Kansas State W 44-31 Feb. 10 Kansas State W 34-20 Feb. 22 @ Oklahoma L 24-45 Feb. 23 @ Oklahoma W 41-37 Mar. 1 Kansas W 23-21 Mar. 2 Kansas W 21-18 1935-1936 WON 5, LOST 12 Big Six Conf., Won 2, Lost 8 (6th) Coach: GEORGE EDWARDS Captain: Evans Powell Dec. 10 Westminster W 27-26 Dec. 14 St. Louis L 30-37 Dec. 20 #Kansas State L 25-39 Dec. 21 #So. California L 16-42 Jan. 4 Oklahoma W 37-34 Jan. 10 @ Nebraska L 26-31 Jan. 11 @ Kansas State L 19-37 Jan. 15 Kansas L 25-29 Jan. 25 Central Missouri L 24-51 Feb. 1 @ Iowa State W 33-29 Feb. 8 Nebraska L 33-43 Feb. 15 @ Oklahoma L 21-36 Feb. 22 Kansas State L 35-39 Feb. 27 @ St. Louis W 31-22 Mar. 2 Washington (Mo.) W 36-31 Mar. 4 Iowa State (OT) L 29-31 Mar. 6 @ Kansas L 28-51 # University Tournament played at Kansas City

1936-1937 WON 7, LOST 9 Big Six Conf., Won 2, Lost 8 (5th) Coach: GEORGE EDWARDS Captain: Ralph Beer Dec. 8 @ St. Louis W 31-26 Dec. 12 Washington (Mo.) W 38-34 Dec. 22 @ Colorado (OT) W 37-32 Dec. 23 @ Denver W 45-35 Jan. 9 Nebraska L 22-31 Jan. 13 @ Iowa State W 31-28

Jan. 16 Jan. 20 Jan. 30 Feb. 6 Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 26 Mar. 4

@ Kansas Iowa State @ Washington (Mo.) @ Oklahoma Kansas State St. Louis @ Nebraska @ Kansas State Oklahoma Kansas

L 27-39 W 39-27 L 23-26 L 26-42 L 42-46 W 41-27 L 21-50 L 26-39 L 41-50 L 24-39

1937-1938 WON 9, LOST 9 Big Six Conf., Won 4, Lost 6 (T,3rd) Coach: GEORGE EDWARDS Captain: Kenneth Brown Dec. 11 St. Louis W 35-33 Dec. 17 @ St. Louis L 24-31 Dec. 18 @ Washington (Mo.) W 47-46 Dec. 30 @ Michigan State L 33-43 Dec. 31 @ Wisconsin L 29-40 Jan. 7 Colorado W 35-33 Jan. 8 Colorado W 33-29 Jan. 14 @ Nebraska W 27-18 Jan. 15 @ Kansas State (OT) L 28-29 Jan. 19 Kansas L 32-37 Jan. 21 Iowa State W 43-34 Feb. 4 Washington (Mo.) W 45-28 Feb. 5 @ Iowa State L 35-38 Feb. 12 Nebraska W 38-30 Feb. 18 Kansas State W 59-46 Feb. 21 @ Oklahoma L 39-41 Feb. 28 Oklahoma L 52-55 Mar. 3 @ Kansas L 36-56 LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1938-1939 WON 12, LOST 6 Big Six Conf., Won 7, Lost 3 (T,1st) Coach: GEORGE EDWARDS Captain: John Lobsiger Dec. 17 St. Louis W 42-30 Dec. 20 Wyoming L 38-42 Dec. 21 @ St. Louis L 27-35 Dec. 22 @ Washington (Mo.) L 43-47 Jan. 2 @ Denver (OT) W 51-48 Jan. 5 @ Northern Colorado W 41-26 Jan. 6 @ Wyoming W 41-35 Jan. 9 Iowa State W 56-35 Jan. 14 Oklahoma (OT) W 37-33 Jan. 18 @ Kansas L 32-37 Jan. 21 Nebraska W 54-41 Jan. 30 Washington (Mo.) W 52-32 Feb. 4 @ Iowa State L 45-51 Feb. 11 @ Oklahoma L 40-43 Feb. 18 @ Nebraska W 46-36 Feb. 20 @ Kansas State W 39-29 Feb. 25 Kansas State W 46-37 Mar. 2 Kansas W 54-30

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LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1939-1940 WON 13, LOST 6 Big Six Conf., Won 8, Lost 2 (T,1st) Coach: GEORGE EDWARDS Captain: John Lobsiger Dec. 16 St. Louis W 54-45 Dec. 18 Denver W 40-36 Dec. 21 @ St. Louis W 48-34 Dec. 22 @ Washington (Mo.) L 29-34 Dec. 28 @ New York U. L 47-68 Dec. 29 @ St. Joseph’s (Pa.) L 38-39 Jan. 5 Northern Colorado W 53-34 Jan. 13 Nebraska W 46-33 Jan. 15 @ Iowa State W 27-16 Jan. 18 Kansas W 42-31 Jan. 29 Oklahoma L 34-35 Feb. 3 @ Nebraska W 41-40 Feb. 5 @ Kansas State W 44-28 Feb. 9 Washington (Mo.) W 35-26 Feb. 13 @ Oklahoma W 33-27 Feb. 16 Kansas State W 36-23 Feb. 22 Iowa State W 63-40 Mar. 1 @ Kansas L 40-42 Mar. 11 #Oklahoma L 41-52 # Playoff for NCAA Tournament berth, played in Wichita

1940-1941 WON 6, LOST 10 Big Six Conf., Won 2, Lost 8 (6th) Coach: GEORGE EDWARDS Captain: Martin Nash Dec. 13 @ Washington (Mo.) L 27-35 Dec. 14 @ St. Louis W 34-21 Dec. 19 Westminster W 41-36 Jan. 3 Washington (Mo.) W 35-32 Jan. 8 @ Southwest Missouri L 32-35 Jan. 16 @ Kansas L 41-48 Jan. 18 @ Iowa State L 37-40 Jan. 20 @ Nebraska L 29-40 Jan. 24 @ Oklahoma L 32-49 Feb. 6 @ Kansas State L 24-34 Feb. 12 St. Louis W 39-24 Feb. 15 Nebraska L 36-38 Feb. 17 Kansas State W 30-28 Feb. 21 Kansas L 24-35 Feb. 24 Iowa State L 29-49 Mar. 1 Oklahoma W 61-42 1941-1942 WON 6, LOST 12 Big Six Conf., Won 2, Lost 8 (6th) Coach: GEORGE EDWARDS Captain: Herbert Gregg, Loren Mills Dec. 9 @ St. Louis W 52-29 Dec. 16 @ Gonzaga W 55-46 Dec. 17 @ Idaho L 28-40 Dec. 19 @ Washington State L 23-62 Dec. 20 @ Washington L 31-52 Dec. 22 @ California W 37-34 Jan. 6 St. Louis W 39-24 Jan. 10 @ Iowa State L 25-34 Jan. 12 @ Nebraska L 45-51 Jan. 14 Kansas L 34-48 Jan. 19 Oklahoma L 31-46 Jan. 29 Iowa State W 45-41 Feb. 4 Washington (Mo.) L 34-35 Feb. 7 @ Oklahoma L 36-60

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Feb. 14 Feb. 21 Feb. 28 Mar. 6

Kansas State @ Kansas State Nebraska @ Kansas

W 44-36 L 35-42 L 40-41 L 44-67

1942-1943 WON 7, LOST 10 Big Six Conf., Won 5, Lost 5 (T,3rd) Coach: GEORGE EDWARDS Captain: Earl Stark Dec. 12 Missouri Valley W 32-31 Dec. 14 @ Illinois L 30-51 Dec. 29 Olathe NAB L 35-45 Jan. 2 Ft. Leonard Wood W 49-23 Jan. 6 @ Kansas L 44-69 Jan. 7 Olathe NAB L 42-51 Jan. 16 Nebraska L 36-39 Jan. 23 Iowa State W 52-34 Jan. 29 @ Great Lakes NTS L 45-92 Jan. 30 @ Olathe NAB L 37-39 Feb. 6 Kansas State W 44-30 Feb. 15 Oklahoma W 50-45 Feb. 20 @ Nebraska L 50-56 Feb. 22 @ Iowa State W 31-28 Feb. 27 @ Kansas State W 42-34 Mar. 2 Kansas (OT) L 44-47 Mar. 6 @ Oklahoma L 37-52 1943-1944 WON 10, LOST 9 Big Six Conf., Won 5, Lost 5 (T,3rd) Coach: GEORGE EDWARDS Captain: Paul Collins Dec. 11 61st Troop Carrier W 49-29 Dec. 18 Illinois L 29-39 Dec. 29 @ Washburn W 29-28 Dec. 30 @ Kansas L 27-34 Jan. 4 @ Westminster W 32-30 Jan. 8 Kansas W 35-28 Jan. 15 @ Oklahoma L 30-44 Jan. 17 @ Olathe NAB L 35-48 Jan. 22 @ Iowa State L 25-41 Jan. 29 Oklahoma L 26-27 Feb. 5 @ Nebraska (OT) W 36-32 Feb. 7 @ Kansas State W 45-30 Feb. 12 Nebraska W 44-29 Feb. 19 Olathe NAB W 47-41 Feb. 21 Iowa State L 32-46 Feb. 26 @ Kansas L 27-40 Mar. 4 @ Kansas State W 38-14 Mar. 24 #Utah L 35-45 Mar. 25 #Pepperdine W 61-46 # NCAA Western Playoffs, Kansas City

1944-1945 WON 8, LOST 10 Big Six Conf., Won 5, Lost 5 (T,3rd) Coach: GEORGE EDWARDS
 Captain: Paul Collins, Earl Stiegemeier Dec. 15 @ Westminster W 40-26 Dec. 18 Westminster W 50-35 Dec. 22 @ Colorado L 43-64 Dec. 23 @ Kansas W 48-39 Dec. 30 @ Wisconsin L 37-52 Jan. 5 Kansas L 28-45 Jan. 13 Iowa Pre-Flight L 38-74 Jan. 20 Iowa State W 38-32 Jan. 26 @ Oklahoma L 27-43

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Jan. 27 Feb. 3 Feb. 5 Feb. 9 Feb. 10 Feb. 17 Feb. 24 Mar. 2 Mar. 5

@ Norman ATTC @ Nebraska @ Kansas State @ Iowa State @ Iowa Pre-Flight Nebraska (2OT) @ Kansas Kansas State Oklahoma

L 34-61 W 47-41 L 29-50 L 30-58 L 36-59 W 55-54 L 33-64 W 45-42 W 45-39

1945-1946 WON 6, LOST 11 Big Six Conf., Won 3, Lost 7 (T,4th) Coach: GEORGE EDWARDS Captain: Earl Stiegemeier Dec. 7 @ Westminster W 44-30 Dec. 12 @ Nebraska W 64-54 Dec. 15 @ Kansas L 35-59 Dec. 21 @ St. Louis L 35-50 Dec. 22 @ Washington (Mo.) L 42-45 Jan. 4 Washington (Mo.) W 56-53 Jan. 7 @ Kansas L 36-48 Jan. 11 Iowa State L 33-45 Jan. 15 @ Kansas State W 44-34 Jan. 18 Nebraska L 42-44 Jan. 26 Oklahoma L 27-41 Feb. 5 St. Louis L 34-40 Feb. 9 Kansas State W 58-47 Feb. 15 @ Iowa State W 38-36 Feb. 22 Kansas L 34-50 Feb. 25 @ Nebraska L 39-42 Mar. 2 @ Oklahoma L 40-50 1946-1947 WON 15, LOST 10 Big Six Conf., Won 6, Lost 4 (2nd) Coach: WILBUR STALCUP Captain: Thornton Jenkins Dec. 3 Drake W 49-41 Dec. 6 Westminster W 49-33 Dec. 9 @ St. Louis W 48-44 Dec. 12 #So. Methodist L 53-56 Dec. 13 #Oklahoma L 53-61 Dec. 14 #Iowa State W 56-55 Dec. 16 #Illinois W 55-50 Dec. 19 @ Washington (Mo.) W 54-40 Dec. 26 *Texas L 46-65 Dec. 27 *Rice W 57-53 Dec. 28 *Baylor L 51-58 Dec. 30 @ Texas Christian W 63-36 Jan. 3 Iowa State W 36-25 Jan. 8 @ Kansas W 39-34 Jan. 14 @ Kansas State W 43-42 Jan. 18 Nebraska W 47-41 Jan. 22 Washington (Mo.) W 50-45 Jan. 25 Oklahoma L 43-57 Feb. 6 @ St. Louis L 35-36 Feb. 7 Kansas State W 49-43 Feb. 13 @ Drake L 52-66 Feb. 14 @ Iowa State L 52-54 Feb. 22 Nebraska W 60-49 Feb. 27 Oklahoma L 36-42 Mar. 7 Kansas L 38-48

1947-1948 WON 14, LOST 10 Big Six Conf., Won 7, Lost 5 (T,2nd) Coach: WILBUR STALCUP Captain: Thornton Jenkins Dec. 4 Westminster W 72-40 Dec. 10 Washington (Mo.) W 46-32 Dec. 13 Drake W 43-38 Dec. 15 St. Louis L 34-54 Dec. 18 #Nebraska L 44-46 Dec. 19 #Iowa State W 48-40 Dec. 20 #Oklahoma L 44-54 Dec. 27 @ New York U. L 63-70 Dec. 30 @ Buffalo W 51-50 Dec. 31 @ Northwestern W 49-41 Jan. 5 Michigan State W 46-44 Jan. 10 @ Iowa State L 45-43 Jan. 12 @ Nebraska W 66-54 Jan. 17 Kansas L 46-58 Jan. 31 Oklahoma W 49-43 Feb. 4 @ St. Louis L 36-49 Feb. 7 Kansas State W 48-46 Feb. 9 @ Kansas W 42-39 Feb. 14 Nebraska W 47-41 Feb. 16 Iowa State L 47-48 Feb. 21 @ Kansas State L 53-55 Feb. 23 @ Colorado L 48-56 Mar. 1 Colorado W 47-35 Mar. 5 @ Oklahoma W 45-43 # Big Seven Tournament, Kansas City

1948-1949 WON 11, LOST 13 Big Seven Conf., Won 6, Lost 6 (4th) Coach: WILBUR STALCUP Captain: Karl Pierpoint, P.A. Smith Dec. 9 @ Wisconsin L 42-58 Dec. 11 @ Washington (Mo.) W 47-37 Dec. 16 Baylor L 44-45 Dec. 17 Baylor L 42-49 Dec. 20 SMU W 52-41 Dec. 21 SMU L 49-59 Dec. 28 #Kansas L 50-62 Dec. 29 #Nebraska W 52-50 Dec. 30 #Colorado W 48-44 Jan. 3 Northwestern W 59-37 Jan. 8 Kansas State W 49-42 Jan. 11 @ Kansas L 35-42 Jan. 16 @ Oklahoma L 40-44 Jan. 22 Iowa State W 39-36 Feb. 2 St. Louis L 27-38 Feb. 5 @ Kansas State W 40-34 Feb. 15 Kansas L 37-55 Feb. 19 @ Colorado W 49-48 Feb. 21 @ Nebraska L 46-47 Feb. 26 Oklahoma W 49-44 Feb. 28 @ Iowa State L 34-40 Mar. 5 Colorado W 49-34 Mar. 10 @ St. Louis L 37-54 Mar. 17 Nebraska L 48-52 # Big Seven Tournament, Kansas City

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1949-1950 WON 14, LOST 10 Big Seven Conf., Won 4, Lost 8 (6th) Coach: WILBUR STALCUP Captain: Individual Game Captains Dec. 12 - - Texas Christian L 35-37 Dec. 13 - - Texas Christian W 54-45 Dec. 17 - - @ Michigan State W 74-54 Dec. 20 - - Wisconsin W 50-48 Dec. 22 - - @ SMU W 62-61 Dec. 23 - - @ SMU W 53-42 Dec. 27 - - #Michigan W 47-46 Dec. 28 - - #Colorado W 62-51 Dec. 30 - - #Oklahoma W 44-42 Jan. 6 12 - Washington (Mo.) W 49-43 Jan. 9 12 17 @ Oklahoma L 36-41 Jan. 14 16 - Kansas L 44-48 Jan. 18 - - Wichita State W 72-45 Jan. 21 - - @ Iowa State L 49-61 Feb. 4 - - @ Colorado L 39-41 Feb. 6 - - @ Nebraska L 41-50 Feb. 11 - - Kansas State W 59-43 Feb. 13 - - Ohio State L 46-47 Feb. 17 - - @ Kansas L 52-59 Feb. 20 - - Nebraska L 48-55 Feb. 25 - - Oklahoma L 40-55 Mar. 4 - - @ Kansas State W 58-55 Mar. 6 - - Iowa State W 74-59 Mar. 11 - - Colorado W 53-49 # Big Seven Tournament, Kansas City

1950-1951 WON 16, LOST 8 Big Seven Conf., Won 8, Lost 4 (T,2nd) Coach: WILBUR STALCUP
Captain: August Heinemann, George Lafferty Dec. 7 - - @ Washington (Mo.) L 42-45 Dec. 9 - - @ CCNY W 54-37 Dec. 11 - - @ Ohio State W 61-51 Dec. 14 - - @ Texas Christian W 50-45 Dec. 18 - - Arkansas W 54-32 Dec. 28 - - #Nebraska L 52-54 Dec. 29 9 - #Oklahoma L 41-51 Dec. 30 9 - #Colorado W 62-54 Jan. 4 9 - Houston W 66-48 Jan. 6 - 9 Kansas State L 43-60 Jan. 8 - 20 @ Kansas L 46-61 Jan. 13 - - @ Oklahoma W 41-39 Jan. 16 - - Wichita State W 61-42 Jan. 17 - - Wichita State W 46-38 Jan. 22 - - Iowa State W 49-46 Feb. 2 - - @ Iowa L 53-63 Feb. 10 - 4 @ Kansas State L 64-75 Feb. 12 - 20 Kansas W 39-38 Feb. 17 - - @ Colorado W 41-36 Feb. 19 - - @ Nebraska L 52-54 Feb. 24 - 17 Oklahoma W 57-45 Feb. 26 - - @ Iowa State W 59-54 Mar. 5 - - Colorado W 50-46 Mar. 7 - - Nebraska W 68-57

1951-1952 WON 14, LOST 10 Big Seven Conf., Won 6, Lost 6 (3rd) Coach: WILBUR STALCUP Captain: Bill Stauffer Dec. 10 - - Central Methodist W 48-35 Dec. 10 - - Missouri Valley W 62-48 Dec. 13 - - New Mexico State W 53-38 Dec. 15 - - Iowa L 43-48 Dec. 19 - - @ Tulsa L 53-60 Dec. 20 - - @ Arkansas L 43-49 Dec. 28 - - #Iowa State W 49-42 Dec. 29 - - #Oklahoma W 61-49 Dec. 30 - 4 #Kansas L 65-75 Jan. 3 - - Ft. Leonard Wood W 76-47 Jan. 5 - - @ Iowa State L 55-57 Jan. 12 - 1 Kansas L 59-60 Jan. 14 - - Drake W 59-50 Jan. 19 - - Colorado W 44-41 Jan. 21 - - @ Oklahoma L 45-47 Feb. 1 - - @ Drake W 63-62 Feb. 2 - - @ Nebraska W 60-55 Feb. 9 - 2 Kansas State L 52-55 Feb. 11 - - Oklahoma W 56-50 Feb. 16 - 2 @ Kansas State L 58-86 Feb. 18 - - @ Colorado W 72-55 Feb. 25 - 7 @ Kansas L 54-65 Feb. 29 - - Iowa State W 53-49 Mar. 3 - - Nebraska W 68-53 # Big Seven Tournament, Kansas City

1952-1953 WON 12, LOST 9 Big Seven Conf., Won 6, Lost 6 (3rd) Coach: WILBUR STALCUP Captain: Gene Landolt, Charles Oligschlaeger Dec. 13 - - Ft. Leonard Wood W 66-62 Dec. 16 - - Arkansas L 64-65 Dec. 18 - - Texas Christian W 55-45 Dec. 20 - - @ Wyoming W 64-58 Dec. 23 - - @ Drake L 57-77 Dec. 26 - - #Iowa State W 63-61 Dec. 29 - - #Kansas L 62-66 Dec. 30 - - #Yale W 57-55 Jan. 5 - - Iowa State W 66-61 Jan. 10 - - @ Oklahoma L 61-64 Jan. 17 - - @ Colorado W 79-72 Jan. 19 - - @ Nebraska L 62-73 Jan. 24 - 4 Kansas State L 85-94 Feb. 7 - 18 @ Kansas L 62-86 Feb. 14 - - Colorado W 83-67 Feb. 16 - - @ Iowa State W 78-74 Feb. 21 - - Nebraska W 66-59 Feb. 23 - - Drake W 59-53 Feb. 25 - 9 @ Kansas State L 68-75 Mar. 2 - - Oklahoma (OT) W 77-73 Mar. 12 - 5 Kansas L 60-69 # Big Seven Tour-nament, Kansas City

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1953-1954 WON 11, LOST 10 Big Seven Conf., Won 6, Lost 6 (3rd) Coach: WILBUR STALCUP Captain: Individual Game Captains Dec. 7 - - Drake W 75-43 Dec. 12 - - @ Wisconsin L 53-64 Dec. 15 - - Westminster W 84-42 Dec. 19 - - @ Arkansas L 63-64 Dec. 26 - - #Iowa State W 74-65 Dec. 29 - - #Kansas L 67-69 Dec. 30 - - #Nebraska W 72-57 Jan. 4 - 16 Colorado L 62-66 Jan. 9 - - @ Kansas L 69-86 Jan. 16 - - @ Colorado L 69-80 Jan. 18 - - @ Nebraska L 72-80 Jan. 23 - - @ Kansas State W 75-71 Jan. 26 - - Iowa State W 62-57 Feb. 6 - - @ Iowa L 53-73 Feb. 9 - - @ Oklahoma L 78-80 Feb. 13 - - Houston W 96-62 Feb. 20 - - Oklahoma W 66-51 Feb. 27 - - Kansas State L 78-79 Mar. 1 - - Nebraska W 82-67 Mar. 5 - - @ Iowa State W 72-57 Mar. 9 - 13 Kansas W 76-67 # Big Seven Tournament, Kansas City 1954-1955 WON 16, LOST 5 Big Seven Conf., Won 9, Lost 3 (2nd) Coach: WILBUR STALCUP Captain: Norm Stewart Dec. 4 - - @ Illinois L 49-77 Dec. 6 - - @ Indiana W 64-61 Dec. 11 - 4 Iowa W 97-74 Dec. 13 - - Wisconsin W 67-56 Dec. 15 6 - Arkansas W 77-58 Dec. 23 7 - @ Houston (OT) L 76-84 Dec. 27 7 - #Nebraska W 75-58 Dec. 29 - - #Oklahoma W 95-87 Dec. 30 - - #Kansas State W 89-71 Jan. 4 9 - @ Kansas W 76-65 Jan. 8 9 - Nebraska W 69-57 Jan. 15 6 - @ Kansas State W 94-85 Jan. 19 8 - Kansas State L 67-78 Feb. 1 17 - @ Iowa State W 84-67 Feb. 5 17 - Oklahoma W 96-61 Feb. 12 14 - @ Colorado L 71-80 Feb. 14 14 - @ Nebraska W 76-63 Feb. 19 - - Iowa State W 78-63 Feb. 25 20 - @ Oklahoma W 91-78 Feb. 28 20 - Colorado L 57-66 Mar. 5 20 - Kansas W 90-71 # Big Seven Tournament, Kansas CIty

1955-1956 WON 15, LOST 7 Big Seven Conf., Won 8, Lost 4 (T,2nd) Coach: WILBUR STALCUP Captain: Norm Stewart Dec. 1 - - South Dakota W 71-46 Dec. 3 - - @ Purdue L 58-62 Dec. 5 - - Texas Tech W 92-60 Dec. 10 - 8 Illinois W 74-73 Dec. 17 - 19 Indiana L 78-81 Dec. 19 - - Idaho W 81-57 Dec. 28 - - #Nebraska W 71-66 Dec. 29 - - #Kansas L 56-73 Dec. 30 - - #Colorado W 82-79 Jan. 2 - - @ Arkansas W 51-50 Jan. 9 - - Kansas W 76-54 Jan. 14 - - @ Colorado L 72-79 Jan. 16 - - @ Nebraska L 77-83 Jan. 21 - - Kansas State L 54-58 Feb. 4 - - Oklahoma W 77-72 Feb. 6 - - @ Kansas W 85-78 Feb. 11 - - Iowa State L 85-88 Feb. 18 - - Colorado W 86-61 Feb. 20 - - @ Iowa State W 73-66 Feb. 25 - - Oklahoma W 86-64 Mar. 3 - 17 Kansas State W 85-72 Mar. 5 - - Nebraska W 88-80 # Big Seven Conference, Kansas City

1956-1957 WON 10, LOST 13 Big Seven Conf., Won 4, Lost 8 (6th) Coach: WILBUR STALCUP Captain: Lionel Smith Dec. 8 - - Purdue L 69-71 Dec. 10 - - South Dakota W 81-71 Dec. 15 - - Arkansas W 72-52 Dec. 18 - - @ Oregon State W 71-41 Dec. 19 - - @ Oregon W 59-52 Dec. 21 - - @ UCLA L 54-77 Dec. 22 - - @ Southern California W 76-69 Dec. 27 - - #Colorado L 55-64 Dec. 28 - - #Nebraska L 65-70 Dec. 30 - - #Kansas State (OT) L 75-79 Jan. 5 - - @ Kansas L 79-92 Jan. 7 - 7 Iowa State W 77-59 Jan. 14 - - @ Kansas State L 55-59 Jan. 19 - - Nebraska L 65-84 Jan. 24 - 3 @ Iowa State W 69-66 Feb. 5 - - Oklahoma W 74-56 Feb. 9 - - @ Colorado L 70-75 Feb. 11 - - @ Nebraska L 49-53 Feb. 16 - 2 Kansas L 58-91 Feb. 18 - - Marquette W 98-76 Feb. 23 - - Colorado W 72-62 Feb. 25 - 17 Kansas State L 71-78 Mar. 2 - - @ Oklahoma L 68-70 # Big Seven Tournament, Kansas City

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1957-1958 WON 9, LOST 13 1959-1960 WON 12, LOST 13 Big Seven Conf., Won 3, Lost 9 (T,6th) Big Eight Conf., Won 5, Lost 9 (6th) Coach: WILBUR STALCUP Coach: WILBUR STALCUP Captain: Cliff Talley Captain: Rodger Egelhoff Dec. 1 - - Washington (Mo.) W 70-62 Dec. 4 - - @ Arkansas W 75-71 Dec. 3 - - South Dakota W 73-62 Dec. 7 - - Indiana W 79-76 Dec. 6 - - @ Marquette W 57-56 Dec. 14 - - Wisconsin W 78-66 Dec. 7 - - @ Purdue L 49-76 Dec. 17 - - Rice W 77-48 Dec. 9 - - North Dakota W 78-40 Dec. 19 - - @ Minnesota L 62-80 Dec. 14 - - Indiana W 78-73 Dec. 21 - - @ Loyola (Ill.) W 71-62 Dec. 18 - - Texas W 82-61 Dec. 28 - - #Oklahoma L 65-70 Dec. 20 - - @ Arkansas L 45-55 Dec. 29 - - #Oklahoma State L 49-64 Dec. 27 - 3 #Kansas State L 51-60 Dec. 30 - - #Nebraska L 67-78 Dec. 28 - - #Princeton W 83-71 Jan. 4 - - @ Oklahoma State L 42-51 Dec. 30 - - #Oklahoma L 69-80 Jan. 9 - - Kansas State L 60-65 Jan. 6 - - Nebraska W 55-54 Jan. 11 - - Nebraska W 69-61 Jan. 11 - - @ Iowa State L 55-62 Jan. 16 - - @ Kansas L 63-79 Jan. 18 - 3 Kansas L 54-68 Jan. 18 - - @ Oklahoma L 52-64 Feb. 1 - - @ Oklahoma L 56-59 Jan. 23 - - Tulsa W 84-74 Feb. 8 - - @ Colorado (OT) W 55-51 Feb. 1 - - @ Nebraska L 59-64 Feb. 12 - - @ Nebraska (OT) L 62-67 Feb. 6 - - Oklahoma W 84-72 Feb. 15 - 20 Oklahoma W 74-53 Feb. 13 - - @ Kansas State L 80-89 Feb. 17 - 4 @ Kansas L 69-84 Feb. 15 - - @ Colorado L 62-63 Feb. 22 - 1 Kansas State L 61-82 Feb. 20 - - Oklahoma State W 70-55 Mar. 1 - 1 @ Kansas State L 75-86 Feb. 22 - - Colorado W 82-73 Feb. 27 - - Kansas L 72-85 Mar. 3 - - Colorado L 45-59 Feb. 29 - - @ Iowa State L 69-72 Mar. 10 - - Iowa State (OT) L 59-63 # Big Seven Tournament, Kansas City Mar. 7 - - Iowa State W 59-57 # Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City 1958-1959 WON 6, LOST 19 1960-1961 WON 9, LOST 15 Big Eight Conf., Won 3, Lost 11 (8th) Big Eight Conf., Won 8, Lost 6 (4th) Coach: WILBUR STALCUP Captain: Mike Kirksey Coach: WILBUR STALCUP 
 Dec. 3 - - Arkansas (OT) W 74-71 Captain: Charles Henke, Joe Scott Dec. 6 - - Purdue L 57-65 Dec. 1 - - @ Washington (Mo.) W 77-60 Dec. 8 - - Vanderbilt (2OT) W 78-72 Dec. 3 - - Arkansas L 75-84 Dec. 13 - 19 @ Indiana L 72-87 Dec. 5 - - Minnesota L 56-60 Dec. 15 - - @ Wisconsin L 60-68 Dec. 10 - - @ Northwestern W 73-72 Dec. 18 - - @ Rice W 68-62 Dec. 12 - - @ Indiana L 55-66 Dec. 20 - - @ Texas Tech L 70-80 Dec. 14 - - Loyola (Ill.) L 62-68 Dec. 22 - - @ Texas-El Paso L 71-75 Dec. 27 - - #Iowa State L 68-72 Dec. 26 - 4 #Kansas State L 66-69 Dec. 28 - - #Nebraska L 72-90 Dec. 29 - - #Iowa State (OT) L 70-72 Dec. 29 - - #Colorado* L 79-99 Dec. 30 - - #Kansas L 73-84 Dec. 31 - 19 @ Kentucky L 69-81 Jan. 5 - - @ Oklahoma L 59-64 Jan. 7 - - @ Nebraska L 48-62 Jan. 10 - - Kansas L 62-69 Jan. 9 - - @ Iowa State L 67-76 Jan. 12 - - @ Nebraska L 69-81 Jan. 14 - - Oklahoma State W 82-73 Jan. 17 - 4 Kansas State L 60-75 Jan. 21 - - Oklahoma W 70-62 Feb. 3 - - Colorado L 59-65 Feb. 1 - - @ Oklahoma State L 55-61 Feb. 7 - - @ Iowa State L 53-61 Feb. 4 - - Colorado W 90-72 Feb. 10 - - Oklahoma State W 51-44 Feb. 11 - - @ Oklahoma W 94-78 Feb. 13 - - @ Kansas L 73-88 Feb. 14 - - @ Colorado W 85-80 Feb. 18 - 6 Kansas State L 70-99 Feb. 21 - - Oklahoma L 37-55 Feb. 25 - 8 @ Kansas State L 71-91 Feb. 23 - - @ Kansas L 81-85 Feb. 27 - - @ Colorado* L 67-70 Feb. 28 - - @ Oklahoma State L 54-64 Mar. 2 - - Iowa State W 95-82 Mar. 2 - - Nebraska L 79-81 Mar. 6 - - Nebraska W 97-76 Mar. 7 - 2 @ Kansas State L 69-108 Mar. 11 - - Kansas W 79-76 Mar. 9 - - Iowa State W 68-67 # Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City

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1961-1962 WON 9, LOST 16 Big Eight Conf., Won 3, Lost 11 (T,7th) Coach: WILBUR STALCUP Captain: Ken Doughty Dec. 1 - 4 Southern California L 43-56 Dec. 4 - - @ Arkansas L 68-72 Dec. 6 - - Washington (Mo.) W 78-50 Dec. 9 - - Northwestern W 84-69 Dec. 16 - - Western Ontario W 80-46 Dec. 20 - - @ Tennessee W 86-61 Dec. 21 - - @ Georgia Tech L 57-58 Dec. 23 - - @ Vanderbilt L 65-77 Dec. 27 - - #Oklahoma State W 60-44 Dec. 29 - 5 #Kansas State L 57-62 Dec. 30 - - #Oklahoma (OT) W 63-58 Jan. 6 - - @ Oklahoma State L 57-72 Jan. 8 - - @ Oklahoma L 52-56 Jan. 13 - - Kansas L 54-65 Jan. 18 - 4 Kansas State L 66-69 Jan. 31 - - @ Iowa State L 73-85 Feb. 5 - - @ Kansas W 79-66 Feb. 10 - 4 @ Kansas State L 59-65 Feb. 17 - - Nebraska L 63-65 Feb. 19 - - Oklahoma State W 69-64 Feb. 24 - - @ Nebraska W 81-63 Feb. 26 - 9 @ Colorado L 58-63 Mar. 1 - - Iowa State L 62-66 Mar. 5 - 9 Colorado L 64-73 Mar. 8 - - Oklahoma L 55-63

1963-1964 WON 13, LOST 11 Big Eight Conf., Won 7, Lost 7 (T,4th) Coach: BOB VANATTA Captain: Bob Price, Ray Bob Carey Nov. 31 - - Air Force W 65-64 Dec. 2 - - @ Arkansas W 76-74 Dec. 7 - - Washington (Mo.) W 89-63 Dec. 13 - 8 @ Ohio State W 85-74 Dec. 14 - - @ Indiana L 76-100 Dec. 21 - - @ St. Louis L 65-72 Dec. 27 - - #Oklahoma W 95-88 Dec. 28 - - #Kansas State L 67-84 Dec. 30 - - #Kansas W 63-61 Jan. 6 - - Oklahoma W 84-74 Jan. 11 - - @ Nebraska (OT) L 69-74 Jan. 13 - - @ Colorado L 77-90 Jan. 29 - - @ Tulsa L 79-94 Feb. 1 - - Nebraska W 78-60 Feb. 4 - - @ Kansas W 59-58 Feb. 8 - - Oklahoma State L 61-80 Feb. 10 - - @ Iowa State L 79-83 Feb. 15 - - Kansas State (OT) L 79-89 Feb. 17 - - Kansas W 68-60 Feb. 21 - - @ Oklahoma L 84-86 Feb. 22 - - @ Oklahoma State W 70-63 Feb. 29 - - Colorado W 89-84 Mar. 3 - - Iowa State W 74-60 Mar. 7 - - @ Kansas State L 68-88

1962-1963 WON 10, LOST 15 Big Eight Conf., Won 5, Lost 9 (T,6th) Coach: BOB VANATTA Captain: Ken Doughty Dec. 1 - - @ Washington (Mo.) W 79-70 Dec. 3 - - Montana State W 86-66 Dec. 8 - - Arkansas L 61-70 Dec. 10 - 8 Indiana W 52-51 Dec. 14 - - @ Southern California L 70-77 Dec. 15 - - @ UCLA L 55-72 Dec. 17 - - @ Houston L 61-75 Dec. 20 - - Tennessee W 54-47 Dec. 27 - - #Kansas State L 43-61 Dec. 28 - - #Oklahoma W 104-82 Dec. 29 - - #Colorado L 58-74 Jan. 5 - - @ Oklahoma L 78-84 Jan. 7 - - @ Oklahoma State L 56-81 Jan. 12 - - @ Colorado L 69-92 Jan. 14 - - Kansas W 62-56 Jan. 19 - - Iowa State (OT) L 54-55 Jan. 29 - - @ Iowa State L 66-78 Feb. 2 - - Oklahoma State W 58-54 Feb. 4 - - @ Kansas State L 55-90 Feb. 9 - - @ Nebraska W 69-61 Feb. 16 - - Kansas State L 55-67 Feb. 18 - 7 Colorado W 60-58 Feb. 23 - - Oklahoma L 67-68 Mar. 1 - - @ Kansas L 68-72 Mar. 6 - - Nebraska W 84-72

1964-1965 WON 13, LOST 11 Big Eight Conf., Won 8, Lost 6 (T,3rd) Coach: BOB VANATTA Dec. 3 - - @ Washington (Mo.) W 81-65 Dec. 5 - - Arkansas W 81-71 Dec. 7 - 1 @ Michigan L 61-91 Dec. 9 - - @ Air Force L 76-82 Dec. 12 - 4 St. Louis W 62-56 Dec. 22 - - @ Rice W 81-72 Dec. 23 - - @ SMU L 73-78 Dec. 27 - - #Oklahoma State W 53-48 Dec. 29 - - #Colorado L 61-65 Dec. 30 - - #Kansas State L 62-90 Jan. 4 - - Colorado W 63-58 Jan. 9 - - @ Kansas L 66-73 Jan. 16 - - Kansas State W 80-68 Jan. 30 - - @ Oklahoma State L 55-63 Feb. 1 - - @ Oklahoma L 74-87 Feb. 6 - - Oklahoma State W 49-42 Feb. 8 - - Kansas L 60-71 Feb. 13 - - Iowa State L 81-89 Feb. 15 - - @ Nebraska W 92-74 Feb. 20 - - Oklahoma W 89-82 Feb. 22 - - @ Colorado W 80-75 Mar. 2 - - Nebraska W 84-66 Mar. 6 - - @ Kansas State W 67-58 Mar. 8 - - @ Iowa State L 65-78

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# Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City

# Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City

# Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City

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1965-1966 WON 3, LOST 21 Big Eight Conf., Won 1, Lost 13 (8th) Coach: BOB VANATTA Captain: Charles Rudd Dec. 1 - - Ohio State L 74-76 Dec. 4 - - @ Arkansas L 62-75 Dec. 11 - - @ St. Louis L 55-81 Dec. 13 - - Rice W 96-87 Dec. 15 - - Loyola (Ill.) L 85-108 Dec. 20 - - #Northwestern L 60-67 Dec. 21 - - #Memphis State L 72-85 Dec. 27 - - *Nebraska (OT) L 67-69 Dec. 29 - - *Oklahoma St.(OT) W 65-63 Dec. 30 - - *Kansas State L 70-90 Jan. 3 - - Kansas State L 59-78 Jan. 8 - - @ Nebraska L 60-82 Jan. 10 - - @ Iowa State L 70-85 Jan. 29 - - @ Oklahoma L 70-88 Jan. 31 - - @ Oklahoma State L 50-67 Feb. 5 - 7 Kansas L 54-77 Feb. 7 - - Colorado L 60-65 Feb. 12 - - Oklahoma L 89-103 Feb. 15 - 7 @ Kansas L 54-98 Feb. 19 - 9 Nebraska L 53-71 Feb. 21 - - @ Kansas State L 61-85 Feb. 26 - - @ Colorado W 64-63 Feb. 28 - - Oklahoma State L 51-68 Mar. 3 - - Iowa State L 73-79 # Memphis Classic * Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City

1966-1967 WON 3, LOST 22 Big Eight Conf., Won 1, Lost 13 (8th) Coach: BOB VANATTA Captain: Ron Coleman, Rob Vanatta Dec. 3 - - Arkansas W 73-66 Dec. 5 - - @ Indiana L 65-77 Dec. 10 - - St. Louis (OT) L 71-73 Dec. 12 - - Detroit W 94-82 Dec. 15 - - @ Rutgers (OT) L 73-83 Dec. 19 - - @ Seattle L 66-84 Dec. 21 - - @ Santa Clara (2OT) L 91-99 Dec. 23 - - @ Pacific L 68-84 Dec. 28 - - #Oklahoma L 67-76 Dec. 29 - - #Colorado L 57-92 Dec. 30 - - #Oklahoma State L 74-77 Jan. 7 - - Iowa State L 61-67 Jan. 10 - - @ Kansas State L 65-75 Jan. 14 - 8 Kansas L 60-70 Jan. 28 - - @ Nebraska L 82-99 Jan. 31 - - @ Iowa State L 58-72 Feb. 4 - - Oklahoma State W 60-56 Feb. 7 - - Oklahoma L 65-75 Feb. 11 - - @ Colorado (OT) L 75-79 Feb. 14 - - Kansas State L 67-82 Feb. 18 - - @ Oklahoma State L 55-61 Feb. 25 - 4 @ Kansas L 55-90 Feb. 28 - - Nebraska L 73-80 Mar. 4 - - Colorado L 59-66 Mar. 6 - - @ Oklahoma L 75-90 # Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City

1967-1968 WON 10, LOST 16 Big Eight Conf., Won 5, Lost 9 (6th) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Tom Johnson, Dave Bennett Dec. 2 - - @ Arkansas W 74-58 Dec. 4 - - Indiana L 69-78 Dec. 9 - - Hardin-Simmons W 75-57 Dec. 13 - - St. Louis L 66-77 Dec. 16 - - @ Detroit W 74-68 Dec. 18 - - Northwestern L 68-79 Dec. 21 - - @ Colorado State L 52-64 Dec. 23 - - @ Utah State L 81-87 Dec. 27 - - #Kansas State L 61-71 Dec. 29 - - #Iowa State W 65-63 Dec. 30 - - #Kansas L 47-63 Jan. 6 - - Oklahoma L 70-71 Jan. 8 - - Colorado W 86-66 Jan. 13 - - @ Nebraska L 66-75 Jan. 15 - - @ Kansas W 67-66 Jan. 20 - - Iowa State W 72-67 Feb. 2 - - @ Tulane W 98-81 Feb. 5 - - @ Kansas State L 67-69 Feb. 10 - - Oklahoma State L 40-57 Feb. 12 - - @ Colorado (OT) L 76-79 Feb. 17 - - @ Iowa State (OT) L 70-73 Feb. 20 - - Kansas L 65-74 Feb. 27 - - Kansas State L 63-70 Mar. 2 - - @ Oklahoma L 72-76 Mar. 4 - - @ Oklahoma State W 60-58 Mar. 7 - - Nebraska W 91-70 # Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City 1968-1969 WON 14, LOST 11 Big Eight Conf., Won 7, Lost 7 (5th) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Doug Johnson, Don Tomlinson Nov. 30 - - @ Arkansas W 60-59 Dec. 2 - - Utah State W 97-87 Dec. 5 - - @ Northwestern L 67-79 Dec. 7 - - @ Indiana L 51-58 Dec. 10 - - Cal St.-Northridge W 78-70 Dec. 14 - - Long Beach State W 78-56 Dec. 18 - - Tulane W 79-73 Dec. 20 - - @ St. Louis W 91-62 Dec. 26 - - #Oklahoma State L 55-60 Dec. 28 - - #Iowa State W 80-68 Dec. 30 - - #Nebraska L 70-76 Jan. 4 - - @ Oklahoma St. (OT) L 60-61 Jan. 6 - - @ Oklahoma L 58-62 Jan. 11 - 5 Kansas W 47-46 Jan. 18 - - Iowa State W 74-68 Feb. 1 - - @ Nebraska L 71-87 Feb. 3 - 17 Colorado (OT) L 79-80 Feb. 8 - - Oklahoma State W 73-52 Feb. 11 - - Nebraska W 79-60 Feb. 15 - 12 @ Kansas W 56-55 Feb. 17 - - @ Iowa State (OT) L 74-76 Feb. 22 - - Oklahoma W 69-49 Feb. 24 - - Kansas State W 66-62 Mar. 3 - - @ Kansas State L 55-60 Mar. 8 - 18 Colorado L 73-92 # Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City

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1969-1970 WON 15, LOST 11 Big Eight Conf., Won 7, Lost 7 (T,3rd) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Doug Johnson, Don Tomlinson Dec. 1 - - Arkansas W 58-51 Dec. 6 - - Indiana W 109-96 Dec. 9 - - St. Louis W 66-61 Dec. 13 - - Northern Michigan W 105-70 Dec. 17 - - Colorado State W 81-55 Dec. 19 - - #Arizona State W 67-57 Dec. 20 - 20 #Washington L 80-92 Dec. 22 - - *Texas A&M W 81-79 Dec. 23 - - *Texas El-Paso L 79-98 Dec. 27 - - +Iowa State W 52-50 Dec. 29 - - +Colorado L 73-75 Dec. 30 - - +Kansas State L 58-64 Jan. 5 - - Kansas W 56-53 Jan. 10 - - @ Oklahoma St. (OT) W 60-56 Jan. 12 - 16 @ Oklahoma L 48-52 Jan. 17 - - Iowa State W 65-63 Jan. 31 - 19 @ Kansas State L 63-64 Feb. 2 - - Colorado W 90-73 Feb. 7 - - @ Iowa State L 78-89 Feb. 9 - - Oklahoma W 55-47 Feb. 14 - - @ Nebraska L 48-60 Feb. 16 - - Kansas State L 60-63 Feb. 21 - - Oklahoma State W 72-61 Feb. 23 - - @ Kansas L 45-63 Feb. 28 - - Nebraska W 80-63 Mar. 7 - - @ Colorado L 69-80 # Sun Devil Classic, Tempe * Sun Carnival, El Paso + Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City

1970-1971 WON 17, LOST 9 Big Eight Conf., Won 9, Lost 5 (T,2nd) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Henry Smith Dec. 1 - - @ Arkansas (OT) W 80-78 Dec. 3 - - Idaho W 80-60 Dec. 5 - - South Dakota State W 86-66 Dec. 8 - - @ St. Louis L 70-79 Dec. 12 - - Ohio (2OT) W 91-83 Dec. 15 - - Washington (Mo.) W 90-60 Dec. 18 - - #McMurray W 84-59 Dec. 19 - - #Hardin-Simmons W 91-77 Dec. 22 - 1 @ UCLA L 75-94 Dec. 26 - 8 *Kansas L 63-96 Dec. 29 - - *Oklahoma L 63-70 Dec. 30 - - *Oklahoma State W 72-60 Jan. 9 - - Oklahoma W 84-78 Jan. 11 - - @ Iowa State W 77-71 Jan. 16 - - Kansas State W 80-72 Jan. 30 - - @ Oklahoma L 63-92 Feb. 1 - - @ Oklahoma State W 63-55 Feb. 6 - - Colorado W 81-76 Feb. 13 - - @ Nebraska L 72-81 Feb. 15 - - Iowa State W 80-66 Feb. 20 - 5 @ Kansas L 66-85 Feb. 22 - - Oklahoma St. (OT) W 69-67 Feb. 27 - - Nebraska W 77-65 Mar. 1 - - @ Colorado W 76-71 Mar. 6 - - @ Kansas State L 69-77

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# Cowboy Classic, Abilene * Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City

1971-1972 WON 21, LOST 6 Big Eight Conf., Won 10, Lost 4 (2nd) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Greg Flaker, Mike Griffin Dec. 1 - - Michigan State W 77-67 Dec. 4 - - Arkansas W 74-73 Dec. 6 - - Montana State W 89-57 Dec. 9 - - Va. Commonwealth W 73-66 Dec. 10 - - Pacific W 64-59 Dec. 13 - - St. Francis (Pa.) W 104-96 Dec. 17 - 7 #Kentucky L 79-83 Dec. 18 - - #California W 82-70 Dec. 27 - - *Nebraska W 76-64 Dec. 29 - - *Colorado W 82-70 Dec. 30 - - *Kansas State W 67-58 Jan. 4 - - @ Ohio W 78-76 Jan. 15 18 - @ Oklahoma L 77-78 Jan. 17 18 - @ Oklahoma State W 74-67 Jan. 22 - - Iowa State W 89-75 Jan. 29 20 - @ Colorado W 79-67 Feb. 1 15 - Kansas W 64-60 Feb. 5 15 - @ Kansas State L 67-69 Feb. 7 15 - @ Iowa State W 77-72 Feb. 12 17 - Oklahoma State W 80-64 Feb. 15 15 - Nebraska W 80-65 Feb. 19 15 - Colorado W 59-52 Feb. 26 14 - @ Kansas L 80-93 Mar. 4 19 - @ Nebraska W 61-54 Mar. 7 18 - Kansas State L 76-79 Mar. 11 18 - Oklahoma W 76-62 Mar. 18 - - +St. John’s (OT) L 81-82 # Kentucky Invitational, Lexington * Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City + National Invitation Tournament, New York

1972-1973 WON 21, LOST 6 Big Eight Conf., Won 9, Lost 5 (T,2nd) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: John Brown, Mike Jeffries Nov. 25 - - Ohio W 87-75 Nov. 29 - - Louisiana Tech W 81-61 Dec. 1 - - California-Davis W 77-70 Dec. 6 - - Purdue W 84-75 Dec. 9 - 15 Ohio State W 69-62 Dec. 15 12 - #Holy Cross W 68-65 Dec. 16 12 - #Tennessee W 67-57 Dec. 19 10 - South Alabama W 94-66 Dec. 27 7 - *Colorado W 98-78 Dec. 29 7 19 *Oklahoma W 69-68 Dec. 30 7 16 *Kansas State W 82-72 Jan. 8 7 - @ SMU W 74-73 Jan. 13 5 17 @ Kansas State L 55-70 Jan. 15 5 - Colorado L 79-81 Jan. 20 8 - Kansas (OT) W 75-72 Jan. 27 7 - @ Nebraska W 78-65 Jan. 30 7 - @ Oklahoma State W 85-73 Feb. 5 7 19 @ Oklahoma L 77-90

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# Volunteer Classic, Knoxville * Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City + National Invitation Tournament, New York

1973-1974 WON 12, LOST 14 Big Eight Conf., Won 3, Lost 11 (T,7th) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Al Eberhard, Gary Link Dec. 1 - - SMU L 73-77 Dec. 7 - - #Cornell W 82-45 Dec. 8 - - #Texas-El Paso W 68-56 Dec. 11 - - @ Purdue L 66-79 Dec. 15 - - Ohio State W 71-68 Dec. 26 - - *Oklahoma W 73-70 Dec. 28 - - *Colorado W 89-83 Dec. 29 - - *Iowa State W 80-78 Jan. 2 - - +Austin Peay State W 88-86 Jan. 3 - - +South Alabama L 64-74 Jan. 5 - - Texas W 86-76 Jan. 10 - 20 Hawaii W 86-74 Jan. 12 - - Iowa State W 91-83 Jan. 19 18 - @ Kansas State L 67-70 Jan. 26 - - @ Colorado L 68-81 Jan. 29 - 18 Kansas L 67-80 Feb. 2 - - Oklahoma L 92-98 Feb. 9 - - @ Nebraska L 58-75 Feb. 11 - - @ Iowa State L 75-79 Feb. 16 - - Nebraska (OT) L 87-88 Feb. 18 - - @ Oklahoma State L 80-86 Feb. 23 - - Colorado W 72-68 Feb. 26 - - Kansas State L 67-69 Mar. 2 - - Oklahoma State W 87-81 Mar. 4 - - @ Oklahoma L 80-97 Mar. 9 - 15 @ Kansas L 76-112 # Show-Me Classic, Columbia * Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City + Senior Bowl Tournament, Mobile

1974-1975 WON 18, LOST 9 Big Eight Conf., Won 9, Lost 5 (3rd) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Bill Flamank Nov. 30 - - Wisc.-Oshkosh W 95-81 Dec. 2 - - Rice W 92-67 Dec. 6 - - #Portland W 89-71 Dec. 7 - - #Mississippi State W 102-78 Dec. 10 - - Indiana State W 93-76 Dec. 20 - - *Duquesne W 87-84 Dec. 21 - - *Tennessee L 77-99 Dec. 27 - - +Kansas State L 67-84 Dec. 28 - - +Colorado W 73-57 Dec. 30 - 18 +Oklahoma (2OT) W 83-81 Jan. 4 - - @ Texas W 64-60 Jan. 7 - - @ Ohio L 65-78

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86-91 75-94 87-85 77-66 88-74 84-91 93-75 76-66 96-86 87-72 77-80 88-87 83-75 97-106 74-87

# Show-Me Classic, Columbia + Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City * Big Sun Tournament, St. Petersb’g % NCIT, Louisville

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1975-1976 WON 26, LOST 5 Big Eight Conf., Won 12, Lost 2 (1st) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Willie Smith Nov. 29 - - Farleigh Dickinson W 87-67 Dec. 2 - - Toledo (OT) W 88-85 Dec. 5 - - #Baylor W 105-70 Dec. 6 - - #Oklahoma City W 85-68 Dec. 8 - - @ Rice W 94-75 Dec. 13 20 - South Dakota State W 80-57 Dec. 18 - 6 @ UCLA L 71-83 Dec. 20 - - @ Hawaii L 66-81 Dec. 22 - - @ Hawaii W 99-91 Dec. 26 - - *Oklahoma State W 81-79 Dec. 29 - - *Kansas State W 86-66 Dec. 30 - - *Kansas W 79-69 Jan. 7 - - Lafayette W 90-77 Jan. 12 - - MacMurray W 106-34 Jan. 17 20 - Kansas W 99-69 Jan. 21 - - Oklahoma State W 88-67 Jan. 24 - - @ Iowa State W 84-68 Jan. 28 13 - Oklahoma W 72-58 Jan. 31 13 - @ Nebraska W 62-57 Feb. 4 13 - Kansas State L 81-85 Feb. 7 13 - @ Colorado W 98-78 Feb. 11 14 - @ Oklahoma State W 72-67 Feb. 15 14 - @ Iowa State W 85-64 Feb. 18 14 - @ Kansas W 61-60 Feb. 21 14 - Nebraska (OT) W 95-84 Feb. 28 12 - @ Oklahoma L 57-68 Mar. 3 15 - @ Kansas State W 81-72 Mar. 6 15 - Colorado W 95-60 Mar. 13 10 11 +Washington W 69-67 Mar. 18 14 16 %Texas Tech W 86-75 Mar. 20 14 9 %Michigan L 88-95 # Show-Me Classic, Columbia * Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City + NCAA Midwest 1st/2nd Round, Lawrence % NCAA Midwest Regional, Louisville

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1976-1977 WON 21, LOST 8 Big Eight Conf., Won 9, Lost 5 (3rd) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Bill Flamank Nov. 26 20 - @ SIU-Carbondale L 55-68 Nov. 30 - - South Dakota W 85-76 Dec. 3 - - #Illinois W 76-75 Dec. 4 - - #North Texas State W 97-84 Dec. 7 - - @ Toledo L 59-63 Dec. 11 - - Florida State W 65-63 Dec. 17 - - *So. California W 87-77 Dec. 18 - - *Texas-El Paso W 83-60 Dec. 27 - - +Iowa State W 81-67 Dec. 29 - - +Colorado W 86-77 Dec. 30 - - +Kansas W 69-65 Jan. 8 - - @ Kansas L 72-77 Jan. 10 - - San Diego State W 84-69 Jan. 12 - - Oklahoma W 69-60 Jan. 15 - - @ Oklahoma State W 73-68 Jan. 19 - - @ Colorado W 90-83 Jan. 22 - - Nebraska W 76-63 Jan. 26 - - @ Kansas State W 66-60 Jan. 29 - - Iowa State W 79-69 Feb. 2 - - @ Oklahoma L 63-66 Feb. 5 - - Oklahoma State W 97-75 Feb. 9 - - Kansas W 87-79 Feb. 12 - - @ Nebraska L 58-60 Feb. 16 - - Colorado W 101-74 Feb. 19 - - Kansas State L 77-88 Feb. 23 - - @ Iowa State L 86-95 Feb. 26 - - %Oklahoma State W 92-74 Mar. 3 - - %Oklahoma W 90-75 Mar. 4 - - %Kansas State (OT) L 67-72 # Show-Me Classic * Sun Carnival % Big Eight Post-Season Tournament + Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City

1977-1978 WON 14, LOST 16 Big Eight Conf., Won 4, Lost 10 (T,6th) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Jeff Currie, Clay Johnson Nov. 28 - - Midwestern State W 81-73 Dec. 2 - - #Butler W 87-66 Dec. 3 - - #Texas-El Paso W 74-63 Dec. 6 - - @ Illinois L 85-96 Dec. 10 - - @ Alabama L 71-75 Dec. 13 - - Valparaiso W 91-75 Dec. 16 - - Cal Poly-Pomona W 70-60 Dec. 23 - - @ Florida State L 64-97 Dec. 28 - 17 *Kansas L 49-96 Dec. 29 - - *Iowa State W 66-62 Dec. 30 - - *Oklahoma State W 87-75 Jan. 7 - 14 Kansas L 67-71 Jan. 9 - 4 Marquette L 52-70 Jan. 11 - - @ Oklahoma (OT) L 70-73 Jan. 14 - - Oklahoma State W 85-70 Jan. 18 - - Colorado (OT) W 70-68 Jan. 21 - - @ Nebraska L 55-56 Jan. 25 - - Kansas State W 65-60 Jan. 28 - - @ Iowa State L 59-68

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Oklahoma @ Oklahoma State @ Kansas Nebraska @ Colorado @ Kansas State Iowa State +Iowa State +Nebraska +Kansas St. (2OT) %Utah (2OT)

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64-65 52-62 52-72 74-52 63-69 54-67 63-77 65-63 61-58 71-68 79-86

# Show-Me Classic, Columbia * Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City + Big Eight Post-Season Tournament % NCAA Midwest Sub Regional

1978-1979 WON 13, LOST 15 Big Eight Conf., Won 8, Lost 6 (T,2nd) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Larry Drew, Brad Droy Nov. 27 - - Butler W 75-65 Dec. 1 - - #Eastern Kentucky W 82-81 Dec. 2 - - #SIU-Carbondale W 68-65 Dec. 5 - - Illinois L 57-69 Dec. 9 - 16 @ Marquette L 57-74 Dec. 11 - - Cal St.-Sacramento W 67-53 Dec. 18 - - Alabama L 58-65 Dec. 21 - - @ San Diego St. (OT) L 77-83 Dec. 23 - - @ Arizona State L 78-98 Dec. 28 - - *Nebraska (OT) L 56-58 Dec. 29 - - *Oklahoma State L 58-63 Dec. 30 - - *Kansas State L 62-75 Jan. 10 - - Oklahoma State L 63-73 Jan. 13 - - Oklahoma W 73-67 Jan. 17 - 20 @ Kansas W 58-55 Jan. 20 - - Nebraska W 76-60 Jan. 24 - - @ Colorado L 69-82 Jan. 27 - - Kansas State W 83-79 Jan. 31 - - @ Iowa State (OT) W 84-80 Feb. 3 - - @ Oklahoma L 76-80 Feb. 7 - - Kansas L 85-88 Feb. 10 - - @ Oklahoma State L 54-61 Feb. 14 - - @ Colorado W 81-69 Feb. 17 - - @ Nebraska L 64-76 Feb. 21 - - @ Kansas State W 67-63 Feb. 24 - - Iowa State W 73-67 Feb. 27 - - +Oklahoma State W 92-70 Mar. 2 - - +Kansas L 73-76 # Show-Me Classic, Columbia * Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City + Big Eight Post-Season Tournament

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LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1979-1980 WON 25, LOST 6 Big Eight Conf., Won 11, Lost 3 (1st) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Larry Drew Nov. 30 - - Southwest Texas St. W 86-70 Dec. 1 - - South Dakota St. W 80-60 Dec. 4 - - @ Illinois (OT) W 67-66 Dec. 7 - - #Geo. Washington W 89-63 Dec. 8 - - #Arkansas State W 86-67 Dec. 10 - - Southern California W 78-75 Dec. 12 19 - @ Butler W 64-60 Dec. 15 19 - Northern Arizona W 112-64 Dec. 17 19 - Oral Roberts W 84-73 Dec. 22 16 - @ St. Louis (OT) W 77-75 Jan. 2 12 3 @ DePaul L 79-82 Jan. 5 12 - Lamar W 71-60 Jan. 9 13 - @ Kansas L 66-69 Jan. 12 13 - @ Nebraska W 84-63 Jan. 16 15 - Iowa State W 85-70 Jan. 19 15 - @ Oklahoma State W 69-64 Jan. 23 10 - Colorado W 78-45 Jan. 26 10 - @ Oklahoma L 73-78 Jan. 30 14 20 Kansas State L 64-66 Feb. 2 14 - Nebraska W 73-60 Feb. 6 15 - @ Iowa State W 84-70 Feb. 9 15 - Kansas W 88-65 Feb. 13 14 - @ Colorado W 83-68 Feb. 16 14 - Oklahoma State W 93-81 Feb. 20 13 - Oklahoma W 81-69 Feb. 23 13 - @ Kansas State W 67-65 Feb. 26 11 - *Oklahoma State W 82-69 Feb. 29 11 - *Kansas L 71-80 Mar. 6 16 - +San Jose State W 61-51 Mar. 8 16 9 +Notre Dame (OT) W 87-84 Mar. 14 16 - %Louisiana State L 63-68 # Show-Me Classic, Columbia * Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City + NCAA Midwest Sub-Regional, Lincoln % NCAA Midwest Regional, Houston

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1980-1981 WON 22, LOST 10 Big Eight Conf., Won 10, Lost 4 (1st) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Individual Game Captains Nov. 28 11 20 #Arkansas L 73-81 Nov. 29 11 - #Colgate W 73-67 Nov. 30 11 - #Alaska-Anchorage W 54-53 Dec. 5 17 - *West Texas State W 88-70 Dec. 6 17 - *Lamar W 92-70 Dec. 10 14 - @ Illinois L 62-84 Dec. 13 14 - St. Louis W 76-58 Dec. 16 - - U.S. International W 93-44 Dec. 19 - - +Florida State L 64-68 Dec. 20 - - +UT-Chattanooga W 64-62 Dec. 22 - - Brown W 83-61 Jan. 3 - - @ Oral Roberts W 83-74 Jan. 5 - - Navy W 88-67 Jan. 7 - - @ LaSalle W 83-74 Jan. 13 - - Oklahoma W 81-52 Jan. 17 - - Iowa State W 92-69

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Jan. 18 Jan. 21 Jan. 24 Jan. 28 Jan. 31 Feb. 4 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 14 Feb. 18 Feb. 21 Feb. 25 Feb. 28 Mar. 3 Mar. 6 Mar. 12

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49-71 55-63 53-66 92-77 66-58 56-75 70-56 79-65 55-60 82-65 55-45 73-62 46-43 95-70 70-75 67-71

# Great Alaskan Shootout, Anchorage * Show-Me Classic, Columbia + Cotton States Classic, Atlanta % Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City = NCAA Midwest First Round, Austin

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1981-1982 WON 27, LOST 4 Big Eight Conf., Won 12, Lost 2 (1st) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Ricky Frazier, Marvin McCrary Dec. 1 16 - Alcorn State W 82-51 Dec. 4 16 - #East Carolina W 87-55 Dec. 5 16 - #Wyoming W 64-54 Dec. 8 13 - @ Illinois (OT) W 78-68 Dec. 12 13 - Baylor W 70-51 Dec. 21 11 - Youngstown State W 97-60 Dec. 27 9 19 *UA-Birmingham W 98-80 Dec. 28 9 - *So. California W 65-58 Jan. 2 7 - Notre Dame (@ KC) W 92-70 Jan. 6 4 - Austin Peay State W 81-63 Jan. 9 4 - @ Colorado W 72-50 Jan. 13 2 - Oklahoma State W 54-49 Jan. 16 2 - @ Nebraska W 44-42 Jan. 17 2 17 Louisville (@ St. Louis) W 69-55 Jan. 20 2 - Kansas W 41-35 Jan. 23 2 - Oklahoma W 84-64 Jan. 27 1 - @ Iowa State W 86-73 Jan. 30 1 14 @ Kansas State W 59-58 Feb. 3 1 - Colorado W 80-54 Feb. 6 1 - Nebraska L 51-67 Feb. 9 4 - @ Kansas W 42-41 Feb. 13 4 - @ Oklahoma State W 89-82 Feb. 16 4 - Iowa State W 100-71 Feb. 18 4 - @ Oklahoma W 60-55 Feb. 20 4 13 @ Georgetown L 51-63 Feb. 24 5 - Kansas State L 56-57 Mar. 2 5 - +Colorado W 72-60 Mar. 5 5 - +Nebraska W 58-53 Mar. 6 5 - +Oklahoma W 68-63 Mar. 13 5 - %Marquette W 73-69 Mar. 19 5 - %Houston L 78-79 # Show-Me Classic, Columbia * Winston Tire Classic, Los Angeles + Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City % NCAA Midwest Second Round = NCAA Midwest Regional

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LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1982-1983 WON 26, LOST 8 Big Eight Conf., Won 12, Lost 2 (1st) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Steve Stipanovich, Jon Sundvold Nov. 27 15 3 North Carolina W 64-60 Nov. 30 9 - Augustana (S.D.) W 85-55 Dec. 6 9 - Temple W 76-68 Dec. 8 8 - Jackson State W 86-51 Dec. 11 8 - Oregon State W 87-59 Dec. 13 8 - Eastern Illinois W 76-61 Dec. 20 8 - Tennessee-Martin W 71-58 Dec. 23 6 - @ Washington L 48-55 Dec. 27 6 - #Arizona State W 48-47 Dec. 29 12 - #Hawaii W 73-58 Dec. 30 12 - #North Carolina L 58-73 Jan. 9 15 - North Carolina St. W 49-42 Jan. 12 14 - Northern Iowa W 91-62 Jan. 15 14 - Dayton W 78-64 Jan. 19 12 - Oklahoma State W 84-63 Jan. 22 12 - Oklahoma W 48-41 Jan. 23 12 - Marquette (OT) L 59-60 Jan. 26 13 - @ Kansas W 76-63 Jan. 29 13 - Nebraska W 79-56 Feb. 2 10 - @ Colorado (2OT) W 68-65 Feb. 5 10 - Kansas State W 82-50 Feb. 8 10 - @ Iowa State (OT) L 72-73 Feb. 12 10 - @ Oklahoma (OT) W 84-79 Feb. 17 12 - Kansas W 74-69 Feb. 19 12 - @ Oklahoma State L 73-79 Feb. 20 12 - @ Virginia L 53-68 Feb. 23 15 - Colorado W 88-53 Feb. 26 15 - @ Nebraska W 54-51 Mar. 1 13 - @ Kansas State W 49-47 Mar. 5 13 - Iowa State W 84-66 Mar. 8 12 - *Colorado W 88-73 Mar. 11 12 - *Nebraska W 69-63 Mar. 13 12 - *Okla. St. (2OT) L 92-93 Mar. 20 10 - +Iowa L 63-77 # Rainbow Classic, Honolulu % Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City + NCAA Midwest Second Round, Louisville

1983-1984 WON 16, LOST 14 Big Eight Conf., Won 5, Lost 9 (T,6th) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Prince Bridges, Ron Jones Nov. 26 - 1 @ North Carolina L 57-64 Nov. 29 - - Nebraska-Omaha W 105-83 Dec. 2 - - #Samford W 93-73 Dec. 3 - - #UT-Pan Amer. W 51-49 Dec. 7 - - Washington L 49-54 Dec. 11 - - Ohio State W 64-53 Dec. 14 - - @ Chaminade W 87-78 Dec. 18 - - @ Hawaii-Hilo W 70-48 Dec. 22 - - Michigan State W 79-66 Dec. 28 - 20 @ Illinois L 60-66 Jan. 4 - - UW-Green Bay W 88-59 Jan. 7 - - @ Marquette W 58-57 Jan. 11 - - Northern Iowa W 80-65

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56-51 56-73 50-48 58-57 54-63 53-66 89-51 65-76 46-67 56-61 64-61 62-72 66-73 65-64 60-61 47-53 66-72

# Show-Me Classic, Columbia * Big Eight Tournament, Norman

1984-1985 WON 18, LOST 14 Big Eight Conf., Won 7, Lost 7 (T,3rd) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Bill Roundtree Nov. 26 - - North Dakota St. W 99-62 Nov. 29 - - @ Baylor L 88-103 Dec. 1 - - @ Oregon State L 52-54 Dec. 3 - - Morehead State W 75-60 Dec. 6 - 7 @ Illinois L 50-65 Dec. 8 - - Tennessee Tech W 86-66 Dec. 10 - - Tennessee W 70-61 Dec. 15 - - @ Michigan State L 61-79 Dec. 22 - - @ Ohio State L 77-88 Dec. 29 - - #Arizona W 76-73 Dec. 30 - - #North Carolina W 81-76 Jan. 5 - - Austin Peay State W 72-63 Jan. 7 - - SW Texas St. W 88-54 Jan. 9 - - @ Northern Iowa W 70-56 Jan. 12 - - Kentucky State W 84-68 Jan. 16 - 13 @ Oklahoma L 65-92 Jan. 19 - - Iowa State L 64-71 Jan. 22 - 15 @ Kansas L 68-70 Jan. 26 - - @ Nebraska L 66-74 Jan. 30 - - Oklahoma State W 66-65 Feb. 2 - - Colorado W 77-69 Feb. 6 - - @ Kansas State W 54-47 Feb. 9 - 10 @ Iowa State W 73-70 Feb. 12 - - Kansas W 62-55 Feb. 16 - 4 Oklahoma L 84-88 Feb. 19 - - @ Oklahoma State W 78-74 Feb. 23 - - Nebraska W 69-50 Feb. 27 - - @ Colorado (OT) L 79-88 Mar. 2 - - Kansas State L 54-69 Mar. 6 - - *Kansas State W 68-50 Mar. 8 - 4 *Oklahoma L 84-104 Mar. 14 - - +St. Joseph’s (Pa.) L 67-68 # Hawaii Pacific Invitational, Honolulu * Big Eight Tournament + National Invitation Tournament

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1985-1986 WON 21, LOST 14 Big Eight Conf., Won 8, Lost 6 (T,3rd) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Lynn Hardy Nov. 22 - - Texas Southern W 95-63 Nov. 25 - - California W 61-46 Nov. 29 - 1 #North Carolina L 63-84 Nov. 30 - - #Alaska-Anchorage L 56-59 Dec. 1 - - #Texas-San Antonio W 80-47 Dec. 7 - - St. Bonaventure W 67-55 Dec. 9 - - Western Illinois W 91-64 Dec. 11 - - Mid. Tennessee St. W 81-77 Dec. 14 - - @ Tennessee L 54-67 Dec. 16 - - SIU-Carbondale W 72-44 Dec. 21 - 17 @ Illinois L 55-67 Dec. 28 - - *Villanova W 72-53 Dec. 29 - - *Clemson W 69-64 Dec. 30 - - *Washington State W 70-63 Jan. 4 - - Southern Indiana W 82-75 Jan. 6 - - Miss. Valley State W 81-67 Jan. 8 - - Florida State W 65-58 Jan. 11 - - @ Iowa State L 84-92 Jan. 14 - - Oklahoma State W 55-51 Jan. 18 - - @ Nebraska W 68-67 Jan. 21 - - @ Kansas State W 74-70 Jan. 23 - 7 Kansas L 77-81 Jan. 25 - 3 @ Memphis State L 68-79 Jan. 28 - - Colorado W 83-67 Feb. 1 - 6 @ Oklahoma L 84-88 Feb. 8 - - Nebraska L 66-75 Feb. 9 - - Virginia L 62-64 Feb. 11 - 3 @ Kansas L 66-100 Feb. 13 - 8 Oklahoma W 101-88 Feb. 15 - - @ Oklahoma State L 65-86 Feb. 18 - - Iowa State W 71-62 Feb. 26 - - Kansas State W 84-69 Mar. 1 - - @ Colorado W 94-86 Mar. 7 - 15 +Oklahoma L 75-78 Mar. 13 - - %UA-Birmingham L 64-66 # Great Alaska Shootout, Anchorage * Rainbow Classic, Honolulu + Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City % NCAA West First Round, Ogden

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1986-1987 WON 24, LOST 10 Big Eight Conf., Won 11, Lost 3 (1st) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Derrick Chievous, Lynn Hardy Nov. 28 - - #Arkansas State W 79-63 Nov. 29 - - #Vanderbilt L 54-69 Nov. 30 - - #Long Beach State W 71-58 Dec. 2 - - @ California L 63-64 Dec. 6 - - SW Mo. St. (OT) W 57-53 Dec. 7 - - Chaminade W 77-65 Dec. 9 - - Drake W 63-59 Dec. 14 - - Centenary W 97-64 Dec. 16 - - Austin Peay State W 79-73 Dec. 23 - - @ Illinois L 74-92 Dec. 29 - - *Oral Roberts W 84-57 Dec. 30 - - *Alabama L 82-91 Jan. 3 - - Memphis State L 59-61 Jan. 5 - - @ St. Bonaventure W 83-62 Jan. 7 - - @ Virginia L 50-66

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# Silversword Classic, Wailuku * BMA Holiday Classic, Kansas City + Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City % NCAA Midwest First Round, Indianapolis

1987-1988 WON 19, LOST 11 Big Eight Conf., Won 7, Lost 7 (4th) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Derrick Chievous, Lynn Hardy Dec. 4 8 - #North Texas State W 74-56 Dec. 5 8 - #E. Michigan (2OT) W 77-75 Dec. 8 9 - @ Drake W 76-74 Dec. 12 9 20 @ Memphis State L 68-76 Dec. 16 16 - Virginia Tech W 105-96 Dec. 22 17 - @ Illinois L 63-75 Dec. 28 17 - San Jose State W 85-61 Dec. 30 - - Alabama State W 129-64 Jan. 2 - - Tulsa W 92-48 Jan. 4 - - @ SIU-Carbondale W 86-66 Jan. 6 - - Maryland W 93-85 Jan. 9 - 18 @ Kansas L 74-78 Jan. 16 - - @ Nebraska L 68-70 Jan. 20 - - Chicago State W 84-56 Jan. 23 - 10 Iowa State W 119-93 Jan. 30 - - @ Oklahoma State W 86-72 Feb. 3 - - Colorado W 99-69 Feb. 6 - 7 @ Oklahoma L 101-120 Feb. 9 - 14 Kansas State W 79-75 Feb. 11 - - Nebraska W 92-67 Feb. 13 - 7 @ Nevada-Las Vegas W 81-79 Feb. 17 15 - @ Iowa State L 89-102 Feb. 21 15 - Oklahoma State W 92-70 Feb. 24 15 - @ Colorado L 78-87 Feb. 27 15 - Kansas L 77-82 Mar. 3 - 4 Oklahoma (OT) W 93-90 Mar. 5 - - @ Kansas State L 82-92 Mar. 11 - - +Iowa State W 90-80 Mar. 12 - - +Oklahoma L 99-102 Mar. 17 - 4 %Rhode Island L 80-87 # Walsworth Show-Me Classic, Columbia + Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City % NCAA East First Round, Chapel Hill

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1988-1989 WON 29, LOST 8 Big Eight Conf., Won 10, Lost 4 (2nd) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Mike Sandbothe, Greg Church Nov. 18 14 - #SW Missouri St. W 73-54 Nov. 20 14 - #Xavier (Ohio) W 83-71 Nov. 23 13 5 #North Carolina W 91-81 Nov. 25 13 6 #Syracuse (OT) L 84-86 Nov. 28 13 - Tennessee-Martin W 97-55 Dec. 2 8 17 *Temple W 91-74 Dec. 3 8 10 *North Carolina L 60-76 Dec. 7 11 - @ Tulsa W 73-61 Dec. 10 11 - Memphis State W 86-74 Dec. 16 10 - =E. Washington W 81-68 Dec. 17 10 - =Ohio W 113-85 Dec. 19 10 6 @ Illinois L 84-87 Dec. 21 10 - Southern W 114-96 Dec. 28 11 - Arkansas W 83-78 Dec. 31 11 - Morgan State W 96-66 Jan. 7 11 - @ Colorado W 84-75 Jan. 14 10 - Iowa State W 96-71 Jan. 16 10 - @ Virginia Tech W 104-99 Jan. 21 8 - Oklahoma State W 105-83 Jan. 24 5 - @ Maryland W 87-73 Jan. 28 5 - @ Nebraska W 89-72 Feb. 1 5 18 @ Kansas W 91-66 Feb. 4 5 - Kansas State W 73-68 Feb. 9 3 5 @ Oklahoma L 105-112 Feb. 11 3 - Kansas W 93-80 Feb. 14 3 - @ Iowa State L 75-82 Feb. 19 3 - Nebraska W 79-63 Feb. 22 7 - @ Oklahoma State L 71-82 Feb. 25 7 1 Oklahoma W 97-84 Mar. 1 7 - @ Kansas State L 75-76 Mar. 4 7 - Colorado W 66-65 Mar. 10 10 - %Nebraska W 98-70 Mar. 11 10 - %Kansas State W 88-83 Mar. 12 10 2 %Oklahoma W 98-86 Mar. 17 6 - $Creighton W 85-69 Mar. 19 6 - $Texas W 108-89 Mar. 24 6 7 +Syracuse L 80-83 # Dodge NIT = Walsworth Publishing Classic, Columbia * Diet Pepsi Tournament of Champions, Charlotte % Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City $ NCAA Midwest First/Second Rounds, Dallas + NCAA Midwest Regional, Minneapolis

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1989-1990 WON 26, LOST 6 Big Eight Conf., Won 12, Lost 2 (1st) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Nathan Buntin, Lee Coward Nov. 24 11 - $Evansville W 68-53 Nov. 25 11 12 $Louisville W 82-79 Nov. 26 11 7 $North Carolina W 80-73 Dec. 2 5 - Tennessee-Martin W 78-58 Dec. 4 5 - Creighton W 86-79 Dec. 6 4 - Hawaii-Loa W 106-48 Dec. 9 4 - @ Old Dominion W 88-75 Dec. 13 4 7 @ Arkansas W 89-88 Dec. 16 4 - Bradley W 86-77 Dec. 20 4 5 @ Illinois L 93-101

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$ Maui Classic, Maui % Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City + NCAA East First Round, Richmond

1990-1991 WON 20, LOST 10 Big Eight Conf., Won 8, Lost 6 (4th) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Doug Smith Nov. 27 23 - @ Rutgers L 60-68 Nov. 29 23 - Florida A&M W 81-52 Dec. 1 23 - Oregon W 65-58 Dec. 4 - - @ Creighton L 68-74 Dec. 8 - 3 Arkansas L 82-95 Dec. 12 - - @ Bradley W 76-60 Dec. 19 - - @ Illinois L 81-84 Dec. 22 - - Grambling State W 90-51 Dec. 30 - - UT-Pan American W 75-56 Jan. 2 - - Memphis State W 96-82 Jan. 5 - - Oklahoma St. (OT) W 80-79 Jan. 9 - - Prairie View A&M W 118-66 Jan. 12 - - Kansas State W 62-60 Jan. 15 - 11 Oklahoma W 80-72 Jan. 19 - - @ Kansas L 64-91 Jan. 22 - - Alaska-Fairbanks W 125-72 Jan. 26 - - Iowa State W 82-78 Jan. 30 - 11 @ Nebraska L 75-89 Feb. 2 - 21 @ Oklahoma L 87-95 Feb. 6 - - @ Colorado (OT) W 75-67 Feb. 12 - 11 Kansas L 70-74 Feb. 16 - 21 @ Oklahoma State L 56-71 Feb. 20 - 14 Nebraska W 91-71 Feb. 23 - - @ Iowa State L 76-89 Feb. 27 - - @ Kansas State W 84-75 Mar. 2 - - Colorado W 76-51 Mar. 4 - - Notre Dame W 84-54 Mar. 8 - - %Iowa State W 97-81 Mar. 9 - 12 %Okla. St. (2OT) W 94-92 Mar. 10 - 13 %Nebraska W 90-82 % Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City

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1991-1992 WON 21, LOST 9 Big Eight Conf., Won 8, Lost 6 (T,2nd) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Anthony Peeler Nov. 25 - - Canisius W 72-42 Nov. 30 - - Texas A&M W 77-47 Dec. 3 - - Florida A&M W 86-61 Dec. 7 - 11 @ Arkansas W 87-76 Dec. 11 21 - Nebraska-Kearney W 113-67 Dec. 14 21 - Nevada-Las Vegas W 90-78 Dec. 21 17 - Jackson State W 99-76 Dec. 23 16 - @ Illinois W 61-44 Dec. 28 16 - Murray State W 92-52 Dec. 30 13 - Eastern Illinois W 83-56 Jan. 4 13 - @ Oregon W 79-58 Jan. 8 12 - @ Memphis State L 78-89 Jan. 13 13 6 Kansas (OT) L 80-92 Jan. 18 13 - @ Nebraska W 83-73 Jan. 23 12 - @ Notre Dame W 77-68 Jan. 25 12 - Colorado W 69-52 Feb. 2 12 3 @ Oklahoma State L 61-84 Feb. 5 12 - Iowa State W 81-71 Feb. 9 9 21 @ Oklahoma W 99-92 Feb. 12 9 - Kansas State W 67-59 Feb. 17 9 - Nebraska W 87-61 Feb. 19 9 - @ Colorado L 60-77 Feb. 23 9 8 Oklahoma State W 66-52 Feb. 26 6 - @ Iowa State W 75-71 Feb. 29 6 - @ Kansas State L 69-73 Mar. 4 11 - Oklahoma L 67-81 Mar. 8 11 3 @ Kansas L 89-97 Mar. 13 13 - %Iowa State L 75-80 Mar. 19 16 - *West Virginia W 89-78 Mar. 21 16 19 *Seton Hall L 71-88

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* Big Island Invitational, Hilo # Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City + NCAA West First Round, Salt Lake City

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 1993-1994 WON 28, LOST 4 Big Eight Conf., Won 14, Lost 0 (1st) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Lamont Frazier Nov. 27 - - Central Missouri W 69-66 Dec. 2 - 2 @ Arkansas L 68-120 Dec. 4 - - Jackson State W 80-76 Dec. 6 - - Arkansas State W 80-58 Dec. 11 - - SMU W 82-77 Dec. 19 - - Coppin State W 64-63 Dec. 22 19 - @ Illinois (3OT) W 108-107 Dec. 30 - - Mercer W 78-56 Jan. 2 - - Washington W 85-71 Jan. 5 - - @ So. Illinois W 72-56 Jan. 8 - - Kansas State W 63-43 Jan. 12 25 - @ Notre Dame L 77-73 Jan. 15 25 - @ Colorado W 80-72 % Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City Iowa State W 94-69 * NCAA East First/Second Rounds, Greensboro Jan. 19 - - Jan. 22 - - @ Oklahoma State W 73-68 Jan. 24 24 - @ Nebraska W 89-73 1992-1993 WON 19, LOST 14 Jan. 31 20 3 Kansas W 79-67 Big Eight Conf., Won 5, Lost 9 (7th) Feb. 5 20 - @ Oklahoma W 104-94 Coach: NORM STEWART Feb. 9 15 - Colorado W 82-70 Captain: Jeff Warren, John Burns Feb. 12 15 - Oklahoma St. W 72-70 Dec. 1 - - Slippery Rock W 103-53 Feb. 16 12 - @ Iowa St. (OT) W 79-72 Dec. 5 - - @ Texas A&M W 81-55 Feb. 20 12 4 @ Kansas W 81-74 Dec. 10 - - Southern Indiana W 77-62 Feb. 23 6 - SE Missouri W 83-61 Dec. 19 - 12 Arkansas L 68-73 Feb. 25 6 - Oklahoma W 99-83 Dec. 23 - - @ Illinois W 66-65 Mar. 2 6 - @ Kansas State W 68-57 Dec. 28 - - *San Francisco L 71-78 Mar. 5 6 - Nebraska W 80-78 Dec. 29 - - *Chaminade W 80-55 Mar. 11 3 - %Colorado W 64-62 Dec. 30 - - *Marist W 69-56 Mar. 12 3 - %Nebraska L 91-98 Jan. 3 - - UNC-Asheville W 99-56 Mar. 17 5 - +Navy W 76-53 Jan. 6 - - So. Illinois (2OT) W 82-76 Mar. 19 5 - +Wisconsin W 109-96 Jan. 9 - - @ Colorado W 91-87 Mar. 24 5 15 *Syracuse (OT) W 98-88 Jan. 11 - 18 @ Nevada-Las Vegas L 84-101 Mar. 26 5 9 *Arizona L 72-92 Jan. 16 - - Iowa State W 64-49 % Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City Jan. 18 - - Coastal Carolina W 94-69 + NCAA West Regional, Ogden Jan. 21 - - Memphis State L 56-64 * NCAA West First/Second Rounds, Los Angeles Jan. 24 - - Oklahoma State W 79-63 Jan. 27 - - Notre Dame W 73-57 Jan. 30 - - @ Nebraska (OT) L 87-88 Feb. 1 - 3 @ Kansas L 69-86 Feb. 3 - - Cal St.-Northridge W 65-54

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1994-1995 WON 20, LOST 9 Big Eight Conf., Won 8, Lost 6 (4th) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Paul O‘Liney Nov. 26 - - Chicago State W 106-72 Nov. 30 - - % Purdue W 69-66 Dec. 3 - 4 Arkansas L 71-94 Dec. 6 - - SE Missouri W 84-77 Dec. 8 - - Coppin State W 90-62 Dec. 17 - - Mercer W 74-73 Dec. 19 - - Liberty W 87-76 Dec. 22 - 23 @ Illinois W 76-58 Jan. 2 - - @ Washington W 71-61 Jan. 4 - - @ SMU W 84-68 Jan. 7 - 19 @ Nebraska W 82-74 Jan. 9 17 3 Kansas L 89-102 Jan. 12 17 - Notre Dame W 64-56 Jan. 14 17 - Kansas State W 67-61 Jan. 18 16 - @ Jackson State W 86-72 Jan. 22 16 - @ Oklahoma St. L 70-85 Jan. 26 20 - Colorado W 85-80 Jan. 30 18 11 @ Iowa State W 80-71 Feb. 4 18 - @ Kansas State W 77-60 Feb. 8 13 19 Iowa State W 59-56 Feb. 11 13 24 Oklahoma St. W 81-79 Feb. 18 9 - @ Oklahoma L 89-94 Feb. 22 14 - Nebraska L 75-78 Feb. 25 14 1 @ Kansas L 69-88 Mar. 1 19 - @ Colorado L 76-81 Mar. 4 19 16 Oklahoma (OT) W 83-81 Mar. 10 17 - +Iowa State L 50-68 Mar. 17 23 - *Indiana W 65-60 Mar. 19 23 1 *UCLA L 74-75 % Great Eight, Detroit + Big Eight Tournament, Kansas City * NCAA West First/Second Rounds, Boise

1995-1996 WON 18, LOST 15 Big Eight Conf., Won 6, Lost 8 (6th) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Julian Winfield Nov. 25 15 - Wofford W 86-60 Nov. 27 13 - Tennessee St. W 89-75 Nov. 30 13 - SMU W 66-51 Dec. 2 13 - Chicago State W 117-45 Dec. 5 11 - @ Arkansas L 93-104 Dec. 9 11 - Jackson State W 86-63 Dec. 16 14 - @ Arkansas State W 73-63 Dec. 18 15 - Austin Peay St. W 81-58 Dec. 20 15 14 @ Illinois (OT) L 85-96 Dec. 28 18 - *So. California L 64-75 Dec. 29 18 - *N. Carolina St. L 68-87 Dec. 30 18 - *Hawaii W 95-89 Jan. 3 - - SE Missouri W 102-65 Jan. 6 - - Colorado W 77-66 Jan. 13 - - Geo. Washington W 92-77 Jan. 15 - - Oklahoma W 75-73 Jan. 21 - - @ Iowa State L 62-73 Jan. 24 - - @ Nebraska L 58-76 Jan. 27 - - Kansas State W 86-80 Jan. 29 - - @ Colorado L 94-106 Feb. 3 - - @ Oklahoma L 68-104 Feb. 7 - - Nebraska W 99-98

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77-73 63-59 72-91 64-69 74-78 65-87 49-51 92-88 53-57 89-85 49-72

* Rainbow Classic # Big Eight Tournament + National Invitation Tournament

1996-1997 WON 16, LOST 17 Big 12 Conf., Won 5, Lost 11 (10th) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Chip Walther, Individual Game Capts. Nov. 23 - - Chicago State W 76-46 Nov. 29 - - *Tenn.-Chatt. W 83-74 Nov. 30 - 10 *Clemson (10) L 45-47 Dec. 1 - - *Creighton (OT) W 73-71 Dec. 4 - - Arkansas State W 81-47 Dec. 7 - 22 Arkansas L 76-80 Dec. 15 - - SE Missouri W 64-50 Dec. 17 - - NW Missouri W 77-56 Dec. 19 - - Mercer W 90-63 Dec. 21 - - @ Iowa L 77-88 Dec. 28 - - @ Illinois L 69-85 Dec. 30 - - Southern W 111-69 Jan. 4 - 4 Iowa State L 65-68 Jan. 7 - - Colorado L 78-87 Jan. 11 - - @ Oklahoma State L 67-68 Jan. 14 - - Baylor W 82-66 Jan. 18 - - @ Nebraska L 53-76 Jan. 22 - - Nebraska W 75-74 Jan. 26 - 23 @ Texas L 75-80 Jan. 28 - - @ Texas A&M L 57-61 Feb. 1 - - Kansas State W 85-63 Feb. 4 - 1 Kansas (2OT) W 96-94 Feb. 9 - 2 Wake Forest L 65-73 Feb. 12 - 9 @ Iowa State L 59-87 Feb. 15 - - Oklahoma W 80-73 Feb. 17 - 1 @ Kansas L 67-79 Feb. 22 - 21 @ Colorado L 75-84 Feb. 25 - - Texas Tech ! L 73-84 Mar. 1 - - @ Kansas State L 60-76 Mar. 6 - - #Nebraska W 78-72 Mar. 7 - - #Texas W 80-75 Mar. 8 - - #Oklahoma W 89-80 Mar. 9 - 1 #Kansas L 60-87 * San Juan Shootout, San Juan # Big 12 Tournament, Kansas City ! Texas Tech later forfeited game due to ineligible players

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1997-1998 WON 17, LOST 15 Big 12 Conf., Won 8, Lost 8 (T,5th) Coach: NORM STEWART Captain: Kelly Thames Nov. 16 - - Western Carolina W 85-64 Nov. 24 - - *DePaul W 45-42 Nov. 25 - 3 *Duke L 59-82 Nov. 26 - 8 *Kentucky L 55-77 Dec. 2 - - Coppin State L 70-78 Dec. 6 - 18 @ Arkansas L 46-75 Dec. 10 - - Oral Roberts W 85-67 Dec. 13 - - SE Missouri State W 65-64 Dec. 20 - - Sam Houston State W 79-56 Dec. 23 - - @ Illinois W 75-69 Dec. 30 - 20 Maryland W 83-79 Jan. 3 - - @ Kansas State L 56-111 Jan. 5 - - Texas W 91-69 Jan. 10 - - @ Iowa State L 62-75 Jan. 14 - 25 Oklahoma St. W 70-64 Jan. 17 - - @ Colorado L 78-81 Jan. 19 - 3 Kansas W 74-73 Jan. 24 - 10 Iowa (OT) W 80-79 Jan. 25 - - @ Wake Forest L 65-74 Jan. 28 - - @ Texas Tech L 60-80 Jan. 31 - - Iowa State W 63-56 Feb. 4 - - Nebraska (OT) W 81-76 Feb. 8 - 3 @ Kansas L 70-80 Feb. 11 - - @ Baylor L 80-89 Feb. 14 - - Texas A&M W 73-60 Feb. 18 - - @ Nebraska (OT) L 66-67 Feb. 21 - - @ Oklahoma L 76-80 Feb. 25 - - Colorado W 86-67 Feb. 28 - - Kansas State W 89-59 Mar. 5 - - #Iowa State W 74-55 Mar. 6 - - #Oklahoma L 53-58 Mar. 11 - - +Alabama-Birm. L 86-93 * Maui Invitational, Maui # Big 12 Tournament, Kansas City + National Invitation Tournament, Columbia

1998-1999 WON 20, LOST 9 Big 12 Conf., Won 11, Lost 5 (T,2nd) Coach: NORM STEWART
 Captains: Monte Hardge, John Woods Nov. 13 - - Jackson State W 87-46 Nov. 18 - - *SW Missouri L 69-72 Nov. 23 - - Austin Peay W 63-53 Nov. 29 - - SW Texas State W 69-51 Dec. 1 - - Nicholls State W 66-57 Dec. 5 - - Idaho W 68-60 Dec. 9 - - Ark.-Pine Bluff W 89-33 Dec. 12 - - @ SMU W 66-55 Dec. 19 - 25 @ Iowa L 68-82 Dec. 22 - - @ Illinois W 67-62 Dec. 30 - - Centenary W 77-48 Jan. 2 - - Nebraska W 80-57 Jan. 6 - - @ Kansas State W 70-63 Jan. 9 - - @ Texas A&M W 96-91 Jan. 11 - 16 Kansas L 61-73 Jan. 16 - - @ Colorado L 63-82 Jan. 24 - 19 @ Kansas W 71-63

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- - - - 24 - 24 - - - - - - - 22 - - - - 22 24 - - 25

Kansas State Baylor Texas Tech @ Nebraska @ Iowa State Colorado Oklahoma @ Oklahoma St. Iowa State @ Texas #Kansas State +New Mexico

W W W L W W L L W W L L

70-63 73-55 88-63 61-69 77-61 87-56 57-69 68-84 75-64 54-47 74-84 59-61

* Preseason Chase NIT, Columbia # Big 12 Tournament, Kansas City + NCAA Tournament, Denver

1999-2000 WON 18, LOST 13 Big 12 Conf. - Won 10, Lost 6 (6th) Coach: QUIN SNYDER Captains: Jeff Hafer, Mark Wampler Nov. 12 - - *Wisconsin L 55-66 Nov. 13 - - *Princeton W 51-48 Nov. 19 - - UNC-Asheville W 75-69 Nov. 21 - - Western Carolina W 85-68 Nov. 27 - - Morgan State W 91-50 Dec. 1 - - SMU W 63-60 Dec. 7 - 15 Indiana L 68-73 Dec. 12 - - Saint Louis L 72-75 Dec. 18 - - Iowa W 72-61 Dec. 21 - 15 @ Illinois W 78-72 Dec. 30 - - +Kentucky L 53-70 Jan. 4 - - Winthrop L 46-51 Jan. 8 - - @ Iowa State L 81-86 Jan. 12 - - Colorado W 100-86 Jan. 15 - - Kansas State W 73-56 Jan. 18 - - @ Baylor W 74-72 Jan. 22 - 7 Kansas W 81-59 Jan. 29 - - Texas A&M W 93-62 Feb. 2 - - @ Colorado W 86-81 Feb. 5 - - @ Nebraska W 84-78 Feb. 9 - 17 Iowa State L 62-72 Feb. 12 - 18 Texas L 63-66 Feb. 15 - - @ Texas Tech W 86-76 Feb. 19 - - @ Kansas State W 84-74 Feb. 21 - 8 Okla. State L 72-84 Feb. 26 - 20 @ Oklahoma L 56-83 Mar. 1 - - Nebraska W 86-72 Mar. 5 - 23 @ Kansas L 82-83 Mar. 9 - - #Texas Tech W 80-47 Mar. 10 - 15 #Oklahoma L 80-84 Mar. 17 - - %North Carolina L 70-84

* NABC Classic, Syracuse + Sugar Bowl Classic, New Orleans # Big 12 Tournament, Kansas City % NCAA Tournament, Birmingham

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2000-2001 WON 20, LOST 13 Big 12 Conf., Won 9, Lost 7 (6th) Coach: QUIN SNYDER Captains: Brian Grawer, Johnnie Parker, T.J. Soyoye Nov. 17 - - Savannah State W 90-49 Nov. 22 - - *Rhode Island W 70-60 Nov. 24 - - *Valparaiso W 77-61 Nov. 25 - - *Syracuse L 62-84 Dec. 2 - - Texas-Pan Amer. W 78-57 Dec. 6 - - DePaul W 99-84 Dec. 9 - - Saint Louis W 77-73 Dec. 16 - 22 @ Iowa (2OT) L 94-99 Dec. 18 - - @ Indiana W 68-63 Dec. 21 - 5 @ Illinois (OT) L 81-86 Dec. 30 - - Stetson W 89-64 Jan. 2 - - Coastal Carolina W 75-61 Jan. 6 - - Nebraska W 68-66 Jan. 10 - - @ Colorado W 82-76 Jan. 13 - 18 Iowa St. (4OT) W 112-109 Jan. 16 20 - @ Kansas State L 59-80 Jan. 20 20 13 @ Virginia L 72-85 Jan. 24 - - @ Nebraska L 79-85 Jan. 27 - - Texas Tech W 66-64 Jan. 29 - 4 Kansas W 75-66 Feb. 5 - - @ Oklahoma State L 66-69 Feb. 7 - - Kansas State W 70-66 Feb. 11 - 12 @ Iowa State L 64-72 Feb. 14 - - Colorado W 80-69 Feb. 17 - - @ Texas A&M W 97-90 Feb. 19 - 13 Oklahoma L 61-63 Feb. 24 - - Baylor W 69-59 Feb. 26 - - @ Texas L 61-76 Mar. 4 - 10 @ Kansas L 59-75 Mar. 8 - - #Texas A&M W 77-62 Mar. 9 - 16 #Oklahoma L 65-67 Mar. 15 - - %Georgia W 70-68 Mar. 17 - 1 %Duke L 81-94 * Great Alaska Shootout, Anchorage # Big 12 Tournament, Kansas City % NCAA Tournament, Greensboro

2001-2002 WON 25, LOST 11 Big 12 Conf., Won 9, Lost 7 (6th) Coach: QUIN SNYDER Captains: Clarence Gilbert, Kareem Rush Nov. 13 8 - *Tennessee-Martin W 89-63 Nov. 22 8 - *Air Force W 86-58 Nov. 20 5 22 *Alabama W 75-68 Nov. 21 5 9 *Iowa W 78-77 Nov. 24 5 - %Xavier W 72-60 Nov. 29 3 - Jackson State W 106-68 Dec. 1 3 - Grambling W 100-76 Dec. 3 3 - @ St. Louis W 69-67 Dec. 6 2 - Southern W 117-67 Dec. 15 2 - Iowa L 65-83 Dec. 22 8 9 ^Illinois L 61-72 Dec. 29 10 - @ DePaul L 62-63 Jan. 2 17 - Coppin State W 74-47 Jan. 5 17 - Nebraska W 60-53 Jan. 9 17 - @ Iowa State L 67-71 Jan. 12 17 - @ Kansas State W 81-66 Jan. 16 21 - Texas A&M W 74-50

Jan. 19 21 - Jan. 21 21 5 Jan. 26 18 - Jan. 28 18 2 Feb. 3 22 8 Feb. 6 22 - Feb. 9 22 - Feb. 13 - - Feb. 17 - - Feb. 20 - - Feb. 23 - - Feb. 25 - 13 Mar. 3 - 1 Mar. 7 - - Mar. 8 - - Mar. 14 - 21 Mar. 16 - 14 Mar. 21 - - Mar. 23 - 3

Colorado @ Oklahoma Kansas State @ Kansas Virginia Iowa State @ Baylor @ Nebraska Texas @ Texas Tech @ Colorado @ Oklahoma State Kansas $Iowa State $Texas +Miami(FL) +Ohio State. !UCLA !Oklahoma

W L W L W W W W L L W W L W L W W W L

92-77 71-84 86-74 73-105 81-77 76-73 80-81 87-71 70-72 68-91 96-83 72-69 92-95 79-59 85-89 93-80 83-67 83-73 75-81

* NABC Guardians Classic (Columbia and Kansas City, Mo.) % The Wooden Classic (Indianapolis, Ind.) ^ Busch Braggin’ Rights Game (St. Louis, Mo.) $ Big 12 Tournament (Kansas City) + NCAA Tournament (Albuquerque, N.M.) West First/Second Round ! NCAA Tournament (San Jose, Calif.) - West Regional

2002-2003 WON 22, LOST 11 Big 12 Conf., Won 9, Lost 7 (t-5th) Coach: QUIN SNYDER Captains: Rickey Paulding, Travon Bryant, Arthur Johnson, Josh Kroenke Nov. 22 20 - American W 72-57 Nov. 30 18 - Austin Peay W 81-46 Dec. 2 18 - Sacramento State W 98-60 Dec. 7 15 - %Southern California W 78-72 Dec. 9 15 - Wisc.-Green Bay W 88-67 Dec. 14 11 - Memphis W 93-78 Dec. 21 11 12 #Illinois L 85-70 Dec. 30 17 - Valparaiso W 65-47 Jan. 4 16 - @ Iowa W 88-82 Jan. 7 13 - Centenary W 88-58 Jan. 11 13 - Baylor W 77-69 Jan. 13 13 - @ Syracuse L 76-69 Jan. 18 11 24 @ Okla. State L 76-56 Jan. 21 21 - Iowa State W 64-59 Jan. 25 21 4 @ Texas L 76-55 Jan. 29 25 - @ Nebraska W 63-56 Feb. 1 25 - Colorado W 73-70 Feb. 3 25 12 @ Kansas L 76-70 Feb. 9 21 - Texas Tech W 82-73 Feb. 12 21 - @ Texas A&M L 73-71 Feb. 15 21 - Kansas State W 71-63 Feb. 18 - - Nebraska W 67-50 Feb. 22 - - @ Colorado L 89-68 Feb. 26 - 3 Oklahoma W 67-52 Mar. 1 - - @ Kansas State W 77-70 Mar. 5 - - @ Iowa State L 71-55 Mar. 9 - 6 @ Kansas L 79-74 Mar. 13 - - $Nebraska W 70-61 Mar. 14 - 23 $Okla. State W 60-58 Mar. 15 - 4 $Kansas W 68-63 Mar. 16 - 6 $Oklahoma L 47-49

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Mar. 20 24 - Mar. 22 24 9

^Southern Illinois ^Marquette

W 72-71 L 101-92

% John R. Wooden Classic (Anaheim Pond–Anaheim, Calif.) # Busch Braggin’ Rights Game (Savvis Center–St. Louis, Mo.) $ Phillips 66 / 2003 Big 12 Conference Tournament ^ NCAA Tournament First & Second Rounds (Indianapolis)

2003-2004 WON 16, LOST 14 Big 12 Conf., Record: 9-7 (6th) Coach: QUIN SNYDER Captains: Rickey Paulding, Travon Bryant, Arthur Johnson, Josh Kroenke Nov. 29 5 - @ Oakland W 90-85 Dec. 2 4 - Coppin State W 70-61 Dec. 6 4 - @ Indiana W 63-58 Dec. 13 3 17 #Gonzaga (OT) L 87-80 Dec. 21 10 - UNC-Greensboro W 106-89 Dec. 23 11 21 %Illinois L 71-70 Dec. 27 11 - @ Memphis L 61-59 Dec. 30 11 - Belmont L 71-67 Jan. 3 23 - Iowa W 76-56 Jan. 7 - - @ Iowa State L 70-65 Jan. 10 - - Texas A&M W 82-77 Jan. 12 - 17 Syracuse L 82-68 Jan. 17 - 11 @ Oklahoma (OT) W 79-75 Jan. 20 - 16 Texas (OT) L 75-69 Jan. 24 - - Nebraska W 72-51 Jan. 28 - - @ Colorado L 83-70 Jan. 31 - - Kansas State W 62-53 Feb. 2 - 15 @ Kansas L 65-56 Feb. 7 - - @ Nebraska L 78-62 Feb. 10 - - Colorado W 77-65 Feb. 15 - - UNLV W 94-60 Feb. 18 - - Iowa State W 82-70 Feb. 21 - - @ Baylor W 70-66 Feb. 24 - 6 Okla. St. (2OT) W 93-92 Feb. 28 - - @ Kansas State W 79-69 Mar. 3 - - @ Texas Tech L 87-76 Mar. 7 - 21 Kansas L 84-82 Mar. 11 - - *Texas A&M W 74-68 Mar. 12 - 18 *Kansas L 94-69 Mar. 16 - - ^Michigan L 65-64 # Battle in Seattle (Seattle, Wash.) % Busch Braggin Rights Game (St. Louis, Mo.) * Phillips 66 / 2004 Big 12 Basketball Tour-nament (Dallas) ^ Postseason NIT First Round (Ann Arbor, Mich.)

2004-2005 WON 16, LOST 17 Big 12 Conf., Record: 7-9 (t-8th) Coach: QUIN SNYDER Captains: Jason Conley, Brian Dailey Nov. 15 - - *Brown W 68-60 Nov. 16 - - *Houston W 77-61 Nov. 19 - - Davidson L 84-81 Nov. 23 - - & Creighton L 78-54 Nov. 24 - - & Houston L 57-55 Nov. 28 - - Murray State W 59-55 Dec. 4 - - Oakland W 70-61 Dec. 7 - - Arkansas L 62-52 Dec. 11 - - Montana W 87-62 Dec. 19 - - Indiana W 56-53 Dec. 22 - 1 #Illinois L 70-64 Dec. 30 - 12 Gonzaga W 63-61 Jan. 4 - - American W 64-51

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Jan. 8 Jan. 11 Jan. 15 Jan. 19 Jan. 22 Jan. 26 Jan. 29 Jan. 31 Feb. 5 Feb. 9 Feb. 12 Feb. 16 Feb. 19 Feb. 22 Feb. 26 Mar. 2 Mar. 6 Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 16

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- 6 - - - - - 6 - - 16 - - - - - 7 - 17 -

Iowa State @ Oklahoma State @ Kansas State Texas Tech Nebraska @ Colorado Kansas State @ Kansas @ Texas A&M @ UNLV Oklahoma (OT) Baylor @ Nebraska Colorado @ Texas @ Iowa State Kansas $Nebraska $Oklahoma ^DePaul

W 62-59 L 78-68 L 74-54 L 78-62 W 80-70 L 64-62 L 64-53 L 73-61 L 91-63 L 74-71 W 70-66 W 60-53 W 56-53 W 63-54 L 63-51 L 67-49 W 72-68 W 70-67 L 83-79 L 75-70

* NABC Guardians Classic (Columbia, Mo.) & NABC Guardians Classic (Kansas City, Mo.) # Busch Braggin Rights Game (St. Louis, Mo.) $ Phillips 66/Big 12 Basketball Tournament (Kansas City, Mo.) ^ Postseason NIT First Round (Columbia, Mo.)

2005-2006 WON 12, LOST 16 Big 12 Conf., Record: 5-11 (11th) Coach: QUIN SNYDER Captains: Multiple Nov. 14 - - Sam Houston State L 80-77 Nov. 20 - - Northwestern State W 81-72 Nov. 29 - - UMKC W 60-42 Dec. 2 - - @ Arkansas L 66-63 Dec. 7 - - @ Davidson L 82-73 Dec. 10 - - Texas A&M-CC W 82-81 Dec. 18 - - Furman W 72-63 Dec. 21 - 6 %Illinois L 82-50 Dec. 28 - - Eastern Illinois W 68-56 Dec. 30 - - Oakland W 74-58 Jan. 2 - - Louisiana Monroe W 73-44 Jan. 7 - - Oklahoma State W 69-61 Jan. 10 - 22 @ Oklahoma W 71-69 Jan. 14 - - Colorado L 74-71 Jan. 16 - - Kansas (OT) W 89-86 Jan. 21 - - @ Kansas State L 79-64 Jan. 25 - - Iowa State L 82-58 Jan. 28 - - @ Nebraska L 65-52 Feb. 1 - 7 Texas L 66-54 Feb. 4 - - @ Texas Tech L 73-55 Feb. 7 - - @ Baylor L 90-64 Feb. 12 - - Kansas State W 74-71 Feb. 18 - 22 @ Kansas L 79-46 Feb. 21 - - Texas A&M L 54-51 Feb. 25 - - @ Colorado L 78-60 Feb. 28 - - @ Iowa State L 85-78 Feb. 5 - - Nebraska W 64-63 Mar. 9 - - *Nebraska L 71-64 # NIT Season Tip-Off (Columbia, Mo.) % Busch Braggin Rights Game (St. Louis, Mo.) * Phillips 66 / 2006 Big 12 Basketball Tour-nament (Dallas)

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2006-2007 WON 18, LOST 12 Big 12 Conf., Record 7-9 (6th) Coach: MIKE ANDERSON Captains: Game-to-Game Nov. 10 - - $ - N. Carolina A&T W 101-80 Nov. 11 - - $ - Army W 67-58 Nov. 12 - - $ - Stetson W 66-45 Nov. 16 - - Lipscomb W 89-69 Nov. 19 - - Davidson W 81-75 Nov. 25 - - Stephen F. Austin W 85-56 Nov. 27 - - Coppin State W 98-77 Nov. 30 - - Arkansas W 86-64 Dec. 3 - - Evansville W 73-54 Dec. 9 - - @ Purdue L 79-62 Dec. 19 - - % - Illinois L 73-70 Dec. 30 - - Southern W 87-58 Jan. 2 - - Mississippi State W 83-75 Jan. 6 - - Iowa State L 66-65 Jan. 10 - 25 @ Texas L 88-68 Jan. 13 - - Kansas State L 85-81 Jan. 15 - 5 @ Kansas L 80-77 Jan. 24 - - @ Colorado W 79-65 Jan. 27 - - Texas Tech W 71-58 Jan. 31 - - @ Kansas State L 80-73 Feb. 3 - - Nebraska L 66-61 Feb. 6 - - @ Iowa State W 77-55 Feb. 10 - 8 Kansas L 92-74 Feb. 14 - - Baylor W 78-71 Feb. 17 - 18 @ Oklahoma State W 75-64 Feb. 20 - - Oklahoma W 72-68 Feb. 24 - - @ Nebraska (OT) L 82-77 Feb. 28 - - Colorado W 91-82 Mar. 3 - 6 @ Texas A&M L 94-78 Mar. 8 - - *Baylor L 97-83 $ John Thompson Foundation Classic (Mizzou Arena) % Busch Braggin’ Rights (Scottrade Center, St. Louis, Mo.) * Big 12 Tournament (Ford Center, Oklahoma City, Okla.)

2007-2008 WON 16, LOST 16 Big 12 Conf., Record 6-10 (10th) Coach: MIKE ANDERSON Captains: Marshall Brown Nov. 12 - - $ Central Michigan W 87-76 Nov. 13 - - $ Fordham W 79-55 Nov. 16 - - Southern W 95-50 Nov. 19 - 10 # Michigan State L 86-83 Nov. 20 - - # Maryland W 84-70 Nov. 25 - - Western Illinois W 91-52 Nov. 28 - - @ Arkansas L 94-91 Dec. 1 - - & California L 86-72 Dec. 8 - - Purdue W 73-63 Dec. 15 - - McNeese State W 81-44 Dec. 17 - - North Carolina A&T W 94-66 Dec. 22 - - % Illinois L 59-58 Dec. 27 - - Coppin State W 72-38 Dec. 30 - - @ Mississippi State L 87-75 Jan. 8 - - UMKC W 96-76 Jan. 12 - 12 Texas W 97-84 Jan. 16 - - @ Iowa State L 72-67 Jan. 19 - 3 Kansas L 76-70 Jan. 23 - - @ Texas Tech L 92-84 Jan. 26 - - @ Colorado W 66-62

Jan. 30 Feb. 2 Feb. 4 Feb. 9 Feb. 13 Feb. 16 Feb. 23 Feb. 26 Mar. 1 Mar. 5 Mar. 8 Mar. 13

- - - - - - - - - - - -

- 22 2 18 - 18 - - - - - -

Nebraska Kansas State @ Kansas Texas A&M @ Nebraska (OT) @ Kansas State Colorado Oklahoma State @ Baylor Iowa State (2OT) @ Oklahoma ^ Nebraska

L W L L W L W L L W L L

66-62 77-74 90-71 77-69 86-78 100-63 60-53 75-73 100-89 81-75 75-66 61-56

$ O’Reilly’s Auto Parts CBE Classic - Columbia, Mo. # O’Reilly’s Auto Parts CBE Classic - Kansas City, Mo. % Busch Braggin’ Rights (St. Louis, Mo. - Scottrade Center) ^ Big 12 Tournament (Kansas City, Mo. - Sprint Center)

2008-2009 WON 31, LOST 7 Big 12 Conf., Record 12-4 (3rd) Coach: MIKE ANDERSON Captains: Michael Anderson Jr., DeMarre Carroll, Matt Lawrence, Leo Lyons Nov. 15 - - Prairie View A&M W 86-65 Nov. 17 - - ! - Chattanooga W 103-75 Nov. 20 - - $ - Xavier L 75-71 Nov. 21 - - $ - Fairfield W 87-59 Nov. 23 - 19 $ - USC W 83-72 Nov. 30 - - Oral Roberts W 92-83 Dec. 2 - - Arkansas-Pine Bluff W 95-41 Dec. 7 - - & - California W 93-66 Dec. 13 - - Murray State W 75-64 Dec. 20 - - Stetson W 78-44 Dec. 23 25 - % - Illinois L 75-59 Dec. 27 25 - SIU Edwardsville W 107-57 Dec. 30 - - Centenary W 80-52 Jan. 3 - - at Georgia W 83-76 Jan. 6 - - Coppin State W 88-58 Jan. 10 - - *at Nebraska L 56-51 Jan. 14 - - *Colorado W 107-62 Jan. 17 - - *Iowa State W 77-46 Jan. 21 - - *at Oklahoma State W 97-95 Jan. 24 - - *Texas Tech W 97-86 Jan. 28 - - at Kansas State L 88-72 Jan. 31 - - Baylor W 89-72 Feb. 4 - 16 *at Texas W 69-65 Feb. 7 - - *at Iowa State W 82-68 Feb. 9 17 16 *Kansas W 62-60 Feb. 14 17 - *Nebraska W 70-47 Feb. 21 11 - *at Colorado W 66-53 Feb. 25 11 - *Kansas State W 94-74 Mar. 1 11 15 *at Kansas L 90-65 Mar. 4 15 4 *Oklahoma W 73-64 Mar. 7 15 - *at Texas A&M L 96-86 Mar. 12 14 - ^Texas Tech W 81-60 Mar. 13 14 - ^Oklahoma State W 67-59 Mar. 14 14 - ^Baylor W 73-60 Mar. 20 9 - # - Cornell W 78-59 Mar. 22 9 23 # - Marquette W 83-79 Mar. 26 9 2 + - Memphis W 102-91 Mar. 28 9 - + - Connecticut L 82-75 ! - Opening Round, O’Reilly’s Auto Parts Puerto Rico Tip-Off $ - O’Reilly’s Auto Parts Puerto Rico Tip-Off (San Juan, P.R.) & - Big 12 / Pac-10 Hardwood Series

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% - Busch Braggin’ Rights (St. Louis, Mo. - Scottrade Center) * - Big 12 Conference Game ^ - Big 12 Tournament (Oklahoma City, Okla. - Ford Center) # - NCAA West Regional (Boise, Idaho - Taco Bell Arena) + - NCAA West Regional Finals (Glendale, Ariz. - U. of Phoenix Stadium)

2009-2010 WON 23, LOST 11 Big 12 Conf., Record 10-6 (5th) Coach: MIKE ANDERSON Captains: Keith Ramsey, Zaire Taylor, J.T. Tiller Nov. 17 - - Tennessee-Martin W 83-68 Nov. 22 - - Texas-Pan American W 100-44 Nov. 24 - - ! - Chattanooga W 99-56 Nov. 27 - - ! - Old Dominion W 66-61 Nov. 28 - - Richmond L 52-59 Dec. 2 - - at Vanderbilt L 83-89 Dec. 5 - - & - Oregon W 106-69 Dec. 9 - - at Oral Roberts L 59-60 Dec. 12 - - Fairleigh Dickinson W 87-36 Dec. 19 - - Arkansas-Pine Bluff W 88-70 Dec. 23 - - % - Illinois W 81-68 Dec. 27 - - Austin Peay W 94-79 Dec. 30 - - UMKC W 91-57 Jan. 2 - - Georgia W 89-61 Jan. 6 - - Savannah State W 74-45 Jan. 9 - 10 *Kansas State W 74-68 Jan. 13 - - *at Texas Tech (OT) W 94-89 Jan. 16 - - *at Oklahoma L 61-66 Jan. 23 - - *Nebraska W 70-53 Jan. 25 - 2 *Kansas L 65-84 Jan. 30 - - *Oklahoma State W 95-80 Feb. 3 - - *Texas A&M L 74-77 Feb. 6 - - *at Colorado W 84-66 Feb. 10 - - *Iowa State W 65-56 Feb. 13 - 24 *at Baylor L 62-65 Feb. 17 - 15 *Texas W 82-77 Feb. 20 - - *at Nebraska W 74-59 Feb. 24 - - *Colorado W 92-63 Feb. 27 - 6 *at Kansas State L 53-63 Mar. 2 - - *at Iowa State (OT) W 69-67 Mar. 6 - 2 *Kansas L 56-77 Mar. 10 - - ^ - Nebraska L 60-75 Mar. 19 - - # - Clemson W 86-78 Mar. 21 - 5 # - West Virginia L 59-68 ! - S. Padre Island Invitational (S. Padre Island, Texas) & - Big 12 / Pac-10 Hardwood Series % - Busch Braggin’ Rights (St. Louis, Mo. - Scottrade Center) * - Big 12 Conference Game ^ - Big 12 Tournament (Kansas City, Mo. - Sprint Center) # - NCAA East Regional (Buffalo, N.Y.- HSBC Arena)

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2010-2011 WON 23, LOST 11 Big 12 Conf., Record 8-8 (T-5th) Coach: MIKE ANDERSON Captains: Justin Safford, Marcus Denmon, Kim English Nov. 18 15 - Western Illinois W 66-61 Nov. 20 15 - North Florida W 96-58 Nov. 23 11 - ! - Wyoming W 72-62 Nov. 24 11 - ! - La Salle W 83-71 Nov. 28 11 - Arkansas-Pine Bluff W 91-63 Nov. 30 9 16 vs. Georgetown (OT) L 102-111 Dec. 2 9 - & - at Oregon W 83-80 Dec. 8 15 - Vanderbilt (OT) W 85-82 Dec. 11 15 - Presbyterian W 70-55 Dec. 16 13 - Oral Roberts W 81-62 Dec. 18 13 - Central Arkansas W 116-63 Dec. 22 9 21 % - Illinois W 75-64 Dec. 27 10 - Northern Illinois W 97-61 Dec. 30 10 - Old Dominion W 81-58 Jan. 5 9 - North Alabama W 98-58 Jan. 8 9 - *at Colorado L 76-89 Jan. 12 15 - *Nebraska W 77-69 Jan. 15 15 14 *at Texas A&M (OT) L 89-91 Jan. 17 13 24 *Kansas State W 75-59 Jan. 22 11 - *Iowa State W 87-54 Jan. 29 11 7 *at Texas L 58-71 Feb. 2 14 - *at Oklahoma State L 70-76 Feb. 5 14 - *Colorado W 89-73 Feb. 7 19 2 *at Kansas L 86-103 Feb. 12 19 - *Oklahoma W 84-61 Feb. 15 20 - *Texas Tech W 92-84 Feb. 19 20 - *at Iowa State W 76-70 Feb. 23 20 - *Baylor W 77-59 Feb. 26 20 - *at Kansas State L 70-80 Mar. 1 22 - *at Nebraska L 58-69 Mar. 5 22 2 *Kansas L 66-70 Mar. 9 - - ^ - Texas Tech W 88-84 Mar. 10 - - ^ - Texas A&M L 71-86 Mar. 27 - 25 # - Cincinnati L 63-78 ! - Cancun Challenge (Playa del Carmen, Mexico) & - Big 12 / Pac-10 Hardwood Series % - Busch Braggin’ Rights (St. Louis, Mo. - Scottrade Center) * - Big 12 Conference Game ^ - Big 12 Tournament (Kansas City, Mo. - Sprint Center) # - NCAA West Regional (Washington, D.C.- Verizon Center)

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2011-2012 WON 30, LOST 5 Big 12 Conf., Record 14-4 (2nd) Coach: FRANK HAITH Captains: Marcus Denmon, Kim English Nov. 11 25 - Southeast Missouri W Nov. 14 25 - Mercer W Nov. 17 25 - Niagara W Nov. 21 21 - ! - vs. Notre Dame W Nov. 22 21 20 ! - vs. California W Nov. 27 21 - Binghamton W Dec. 2 13 - Northwestern State W Dec. 6 10 - & - vs. Villanova W Dec. 10 10 - Navy W Dec. 15 10 - Kennesaw State W Dec. 18 10 - William & Mary W Dec. 22 9 25 % - vs. Illinois W Dec. 30 8 - at Old Dominion W Jan. 3 7 - *Oklahoma W Jan. 7 7 23 *at Kansas State L Jan. 11 9 - *at Iowa State W Jan. 14 9 - *Texas W Jan. 16 5 - *Texas A&M W Jan. 21 5 3 *at Baylor W Jan. 25 2 - *at Oklahoma State L Jan. 28 2 - *Texas Tech W Jan. 30 4 - *at Texas W Feb. 4 4 8 *Kansas W Feb. 6 4 - *at Oklahoma W Feb. 11 4 6 *Baylor W Feb. 15 3 - *Oklahoma State W Feb. 18 3 - *at Texas A&M W Feb. 21 3 - *Kansas State L Feb. 25 3 4 *at Kansas (OT) L Feb. 29 7 - *Iowa State W Mar. 3 7 - *at Texas Tech W Mar. 8 5 - ^ - vs. Oklahoma State W Mar. 9 5 - ^ - vs. Texas W Mar. 10 5 12 ^ - vs. Baylor W Mar. 16 3 - # - vs. Norfolk State L

83-68 81-63 83-52 87-58 92-53 88-59 90-56 81-71 84-59 104-67 94-56 78-74 75-68 87-49 59-75 76-69 84-73 70-51 89-88 72-79 63-50 67-66 74-71 71-68 72-57 83-65 71-62 68-78 86-87 78-72 81-59 88-70 81-67 90-75 84-86

! - CBE Invitational (Kansas City, Mo. - Sprint Center) & - Jimmy V Classic (New York City - Madison Square Garden) % - Busch Braggin’ Rights (St. Louis, Mo. - Scottrade Center) * - Big 12 Conference Game ^ - Big 12 Tournament (Kansas City, Mo. - Sprint Center) # - NCAA West Regional (Omaha, Neb. - Centurylink Center)

2012-2013 WON 23, LOST 11 Southeastern Conf., Record 11-7 (T-5th) Coach: FRANK HAITH Captains: Laurence Bowers, Phil Pressey Nov. 10 15 - SIU Edwardsville W Nov. 13 14 - Alcorn State W Nov. 16 14 - Nicholls State W Nov. 22 13 - ! - vs. Stanford W Nov. 23 13 2 ! - Louisville L Nov. 24 13 - ! - VCU W Dec. 1 16 - Appalachian State W Dec. 4 12 - Southeast Missouri W Dec. 8 12 - Tennessee State W Dec. 17 12 - South Carolina State W Dec. 22 12 10 % - vs. Illinois W Dec. 28 7 at UCLA (OT) L Jan. 5 7 - Bucknell W Jan. 8 10 *Alabama W Jan. 12 10 - *at Ole Miss L Jan. 16 17 - *Georgia W Jan. 19 17 10 *at Florida L Jan. 22 22 *South Carolina W Jan. 26 22 - *Vanderbilt W Jan. 30 17 - *at LSU L Feb. 2 17 - * Auburn W Feb. 7 21 8 *at Texas A&M L Feb. 9 21 23 *Ole Miss W Feb. 13 - - *at Mississippi State W Feb. 16 - - *at Arkansas L Feb. 19 - 5 *Florida W Feb. 23 - - *at Kentucky (OT) L Feb. 28 - - *at South Carolina W Mar. 2 - - *LSU W Mar. 5 - - *Arkansas W Mar. 9 - - *at Tennessee L Mar. 14 - - ^ - vs. Texas A&M W Mar. 15 - - ^ - vs. Ole Miss L Mar. 21 - - # - vs. Colorado State L

83-69 91-54 74-54 78-70 61-84 68-65 72-56 81-65 68-38 102-51 82-73 94-97 66-64 84-68 49-64 79-62 52-83 71-65 81-59 70-73 91-77 68-70 98-79 78-36 71-73 63-60 83-90 90-68 89-76 93-63 62-64 62-50 62-64 72-84

! - Battle 4 Atlantis (Nassau, Bahamas - Imperial Arena) % - Bud Light Braggin’ Rights (St. Louis, Mo. - Scottrade Center) * - Southeastern Conference Game ^ - SEC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn. - Bridgestone Arena) # - NCAA Midwest Regional (Lexington, Ky. - Rupp Arena)

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Mizzou Arena Records INDIVIDUAL ARENA RECORDS Most Points Mizzou High 40 Thomas Gardner 
 vs. Kansas, 1-16-2006 Opponent High 34 J’Covan Brown Texas, 1-14-2012 Most Field Goals Made Mizzou High 13 Michael Dixon vs. William & Mary, 12-18-2011 13 Thomas Gardner 
 vs. Kansas, 1-16-2006 Opponent High 14 Julian Wright Kansas, 2-10-2007 Most Field Goals Attempted Mizzou High 23 Phil Pressey vs. Ole Miss, 2-9-2013 Opponent High 24 Richard Roby Colorado, 1-14-2006 Highest Field Goal Percentage (Min 7 FGA) Mizzou High .889 (8-9) Opponent High .889 (8-9)

Laurence Bowers 
 vs. C. Arkansas, 12-18-2010 Matt Pilgrim Oklahoma St., 1-30-2010

Most Three-Point Field Goals Made Mizzou High 7 Marcus Denmon vs. NW State, 12-2-2011 7 Kim English vs. Bighamton, 11-27-2011 7 Matt Lawrence vs. N.C. A&T, 11-10-2006 7 Thomas Gardner vs. Kansas, 1-16-2006 Opponent High 7 Drake Deiner DePaul, 3-15-2005 Most Three-Point Field Goals Attempted Mizzou High 14 Thomas Gardner 
 vs. Kansas, 1-16-2006 Opponent High 14 Anthony Hickey LSU, 3-2-2013 Highest Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (Min 5 FGA) Mizzou High .833 (5-6) Opponent High .857 (6-7)

Earnest Ross vs. Auburn, 2-2-2013 Ryan Bright 
 S. Houston St., 11-14-2005

Most Free Throws Made Mizzou High 15 Linas Kleiza 
 vs. Nebraska, 1-22-2005 Opponent High 12 David Hoskins Kansas St., 1-13-2007

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Most Free Throws Attempted Mizzou High 18 Linas Kleiza vs. Kansas, 3-6-2005 Opponent High 14 Jacob Pullen Kansas St., 1-9-2010 Highest Free Throw Percentage Mizzou High 1.000 (10-10) 1.000 (10-10) 1.000 (10-10) Opponent High 1.000 (12-12)

Alex Oriakhi vs. S. Carolina, 1-22-2013 Marcus Denmon vs. Texas Tech, 1-28-2012 Thomas Gardner 
 vs. E. Illinois, 12-28-2005 David Hoskins 
 Kansas St., 1-13-2007

Most Rebounds Mizzou High 18 Alex Oriakhi vs. Ole Miss, 2-9-2013 18 Leo Lyons
 vs. Oklahoma St., 2-26-2008 Opponent High 17 Damen Bell-Holter Oral Roberts, 12-16-2010 Most Assists Mizzou High 13 Phil Pressey vs. Alabama, 1-8-2013 13 Stefhon Hannah vs. Coppin St., 11-27-2006 Opponent High 10 Myck Kabongo Texas, 1-14-2012 Most Steals Mizzou High 7 J.T. Tiller vs. Texas Tech, 1-24-2009 7 Stefhon Hannah vs. S.F. Austin, 11-25-2006 7 Zaire Taylor vs. F. Dickinson, 12-12-09 Opponent High 6 Trey Pearson Murray St., 11-28-2004 6 Quinton Day UMKC, 11-26-2005 6 Tony Hooper Louisiana Monroe, 1-2-2006 Most Blocks Mizzou High 6 Ricardo Ratliffe vs. Iowa State, 1-22-2011 6 Ricardo Ratliffe vs. N. Alabama, 1-5-2011 Opponent High 6 Festus Ezeli Vanderbilt, 12-8-2010 Most Minutes Played Mizzou High 42 Jason Horton vs. Iowa St., 3-5-2008 42 Thomas Gardner 
 vs. Kansas, 1-16-2006 Opponent High 43 Jeff Taylor Vanderbilt, 12-8-2010

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TEAM ARENA RECORDS Most Points Mizzou 116 vs. Central Ark., 12-18-2010 Opponent 92 Kansas, 2-10-2007 Fewest Points Mizzou 51 vs. Texas A&M, 2-21-2006 Opponent 36 F. Dickinson, 12-12-2009 Most Field Goals Made Mizzou 45 vs. Central Ark., 12-18-2010 Opponent 35 Kansas, 2-10-2007 Fewest Field Goals Made Mizzou 16 vs. Indiana, 12-19-2004 Opponent 12 F. Dickinson, 12-12-2009 Highest Field Goal Percentage Mizzou .662 vs. Central Ark., 12-18-2010 Opponent .600 Davidson, 11-19-2004 Lowest Field Goal Percentage Mizzou .293 vs. Kansas, 3-5-2011 Opponent .214 F. Dickinson, 12-12-2009 Most Three-Point Field Goals Made Mizzou 18 vs. Chattanooga, 11-24-2009 Opponent 14 Oklahoma St., 2-26-2008 14 UMKC, 1-8-2008 Fewest Three-Point Field Goals Made Mizzou 2 vs. Texas A&M, 2-21-2006 2 vs. Texas, 2-17-2010 Opponent 1 McNeese St., 11-15-2007 1 Arkansas, 12-7-2004 1 Texas Tech, 1-19-2005 Highest Three-Point Field Goal Percentage Mizzou .643 vs. Colorado, 2-24-2010 Opponent .600 Texas A&M, 2-3-2010 Lowest Three-Point Field Goal Percentage Mizzou .125 vs. Texas A&M, 2-21-2006 Opponent .050 McNeese St., 11-15-2007 Most Free Throws Made Mizzou 33 vs. Kansas St., 2-25-2009 Opponent 37 Kansas St., 1-13-2007 Most Free Throws Attempted Mizzou 44 vs. Alcorn St., 11-13-2012 Opponent 43 Kansas St., 1-13-2007 Fewest Free Throws Made Mizzou 5 vs. Oklahoma, 2-12-2005 Opponent 0 Colorado, 2-23-2008

Highest Free Throw Percentage Mizzou .889 vs. N. Alabama, 1-5-2011 Opponent 1.000 Oklahoma St. 1-7-2006 Lowest Free Throw Percentage Mizzou .391 vs. Murray St., 11-28-2004 Opponent .000 Colorado, 2-23-2008 Most Rebounds Mizzou 61 vs. Iowa State, 1-22-2011 61 vs. N. Alabama, 1-5-2011 Opponent 52 Kansas, 1-19-2008 Fewest Rebounds Mizzou 17 vs. UMKC, 11-29-2005 Opponent 18 Vanderbilt, 1-26-2013 Most Assists Mizzou 33 vs. Central Ark., 12-18-2010 Opponent 20 Kansas, 1-16-2006 Fewest Assists Mizzou 6 vs. Texas, 2-17-2010 Opponent 5 Texas A&M, 1-16-2012 5 Coppin St., 12-27-2007 5 Coppin St., 11-27-2006 5 Oregon, 12-5-2009 Most Blocks Mizzou 10 vs. Alcorn St., 11-13-2012 Opponent 10 Vanderbilt, 12-8-2010 Most Steals Mizzou 24 vs. Chattanooga, 11-24-2009 Opponent 13 Iowa St., 1-8-2005 Fewest Steals Mizzou 1 vs. NW State, 11-20-2005 Opponent 2 by several

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Individual Records Points Scored Half 29 Derrick Chievous – vs. Va. Tech, 12-16-1987 Willie Smith – vs. Michigan, 3-20-1976 Game 46 Joe Scott – vs. Nebraska, 3-6-1961 Season 821 Derrick Chievous, 1986-87 Career 2,580 Derrick Chievous, 1985-88 Scoring Average Season 25.3 Willie Smith, 1975-76 Career – 2 Seasons 23.9 Willie Smith, 1975-76 Career – 3 Seasons 19.7 John Brown, 1971-73 Career – 4 Seasons 19.9 Derrick Chievous, 1985-88 Games Played Season 38 DeMarre Carroll, J .T. Tiller, Zaire Taylor, Matt Lawrence, Kim English, Marcus Denmon, Keith Ramsey, Miguel Paul, and Justin Safford, 2008-09 Career 141 Marcus Denmon, 2009-12 Kim English, 2009-12

Field Goals Attempted Game 36 Clarence Gilbert – vs. Iowa St., 1-13-2001 Season 636 Willie Smith, 1975-76 Career 1,758 Doug Smith, 1988-91

Games Started Season 38 DeMarre Carroll, 2008-09 J.T. Tiller, 2008-09 Career 128 Clarence Gilbert, 1999-2002

Three-Point Field 
Goals Made** First Lynn Hardy – vs. Arkansas St., 11-28-1986 Game 12 Clarence Gilbert – vs. Colorado, 2-23-2002 Season 118 Clarence Gilbert, 2001-02 (118-308) Career 332 Clarence Gilbert, 1999-2002 (332-906)

Consecutive Games Started Career 113 Jon Sundvold, 1980-83 Minutes Played Game 56 Clarence Gilbert – vs. Iowa St., 1-13-2001 Season 1,303 Jon Sundvold, 1982-83 Career 4,289 Jon Sundvold, 1980-83 Field Goals Made Game 19 Doug Smith – vs. Nebraska, 2-10-1990 Season 300 Willie Smith, 1975-76 Career 897 Doug Smith, 1988-91

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Field Goal Percentage Game (Min. 10 Made) 1.000 Jeff Warren – vs. Oklahoma, 3-4-1992 (10-10)
 Ricky Frazier – vs. Okla. St., 2-26-1980 (12-12) Season .693 Ricardo Ratliffe, 2011-12 (210-303) - Led NCAA Conference Season .747 Greg Church, 1989 (62-83) Career .635 Ricardo Ratliffe, 2010-12 (366-576) Consecutive Field Goals Made Season 24 Jeff Warren, 1991-92 (4 Games) Most Players In 
Double Figures Game 8 vs. Alabama St., 12-30-1987
 Derrick Chievous, Greg Church, Lee Coward, Byron Irvin, Gary Leonard, Mike Sandbothe, Doug Smith, Bradd Sutton

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted** Game 18 Clarence Gilbert – vs. Iowa St., 1-13-2001 Season 308 Clarence Gilbert, 2001-02 Career 906 Clarence Gilbert, 1999-02 Three-Point Field Goal Percentage** Game (Min. 5 Made) 1.000 Brian Grawer – vs. Iowa St., 2-24-1999 (6-6) Season (Min. 30 Made) .527 Lee Coward, 1987-88 (39-74) Career (Min. 40 Made) .439 Kareem Rush, 2000-01 (115-262)

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Consec. Games 
With A Three-Point 
FG Made** Career 40 Kareem Rush, 2001-02 Most Players Making A Three-Point FG Season 10 1993-94
 Mark Atkins, Melvin Booker, Marlo Finner, Lamont Frazier, Paul O’Liney, Reggie Smith, Jason Sutherland, Kelly Thames, Chip Walther, Julian Winfield Rebound Average Season 16.5 Bill Stauffer, 1951-52 Career 13.6 Bill Stauffer, 1950-52 Rebounds Game 27 Bob Reiter – at Kansas St., 1-15-1955 Season 379 Bill Stauffer, 1951-52 Career 1,083 Arthur Johnson, 2000-04 Free Throws Made Game 20 Anthony Peeler – at Iowa St., 1-31-1990
 Don Tomlinson – vs. Iowa St., 1-19-1969 Season 244 Derrick Chievous, 1986-87 Career 764 Derrick Chievous, 1985-88 Free Throws Attempted Game 25 Sammie Haley – vs. Murray St., 3-13-1996 (NIT) Season 302 Derrick Chievous, 1986-87 Career 963 Derrick Chievous, 1985-88 Free Throw Percentage Game (Min. 10 Made) 1.000 Anthony Peeler – at Iowa St., 1-31-1990 (20-20) Season .905 Brian Grawer, 1999-2000 (67-74) Career .879 Michael Dixon, 2010-12 (252-295) Consecutive Free
Throws Made Game 20 Anthony Peeler – at Iowa St., 1-31-1990 Season 39 Jason Sutherland, 1995-96

Assists Game 19^ Phil Pressey – at UCLA, 12-28-2012 Season 240 Phil Pressey, 2012-13 Career 497 Anthony Peeler, 1989-92 Steals Game 8 Reggie Smith – vs. Florida A&M, 12-3-1992 Season 76 Lynn Hardy, 1986-87 Career 196 Anthony Peeler, 1989-92 Blocked Shots Game 8 Laurence Bowers – at Colorado, 1-8-2011 Arthur Johnson – vs. Stetson, 12-30-2000 Season 71 Arthur Johnson, 2001-02 Career 245 Arthur Johnson, 2002-04 Personal Fouls Season 123 Dan Bingenheimer, 1985-86 Career 422 Doug Smith, 1988-91 Disqualifications Season 13 Kim Anderson, 1974-75 Career 34 Kim Anderson, 1974-77

** Three-point records are from a distance of 19’9”. The threepoint line has been moved to 20’9” for the 2008-09 season. ^ Tied an SEC Record

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Team Records Points Scored Half 73 vs. Prairie View A&M, 1-9-1991 Game 129 vs. Alabama St., 12-30-1987 Season 3,256 1988-89 Scoring Average Season 88.0 1988-89 Greatest
Margin Of Victory Game 72 vs. Chicago St., 12-2-1995 (117-45);
 vs. MacMurray, 1-12-1976 (106-34) Greatest
Margin Of Defeat Game 55 at Kansas St., 1-3-1998 (56-111) Field Goals Made Game 54 vs. Alabama St., 12-30-1987 Season 1,235 1988-89 Consecutive Field Goals Made Game 12 vs. Prairie View A&M, 1-9-1991;
 vs. Hawaii Loa, 12-6-1989 Field Goals Attempted Game 99 vs. Oklahoma, 12-28-1962 Season 2,358 1988-89 Field Goal Percentage Game .754 vs. Hawaii Loa, 12-6-1989 (43-57) Season .573 1979-80 (936-1,635 — NCAA Record) Three-Point Field Goals Made** Game 20 vs. Colorado, 2-23-2002 (Of 37 Att.) Season 326 2001-2002 (Of 834 Att.) Three-Point Field Goals Attempted** Game 36 vs. Kansas St., 2-28-1998 Season 834 2001-2002

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Three-Point Field Goal Percentage** Game .750 vs. Jackson St., 12-21-1991 (6-8);
 at Kansas, 1-9-1988 (6-8) Season .420 1987-1988 (103-245) Free Throws Made Game 42 vs. Texas - El Paso, 12-8-1973 Season 667 Consecutive
Free Throws Made Game 23 vs. Kansas St., 2-1-1997;
vs. Oklahoma, 3-11-2005 Season 26 at Texas A&M, 1-28-1997; vs. Kansas St., 2-1-1997 Free Throws Attempted Game 56 vs. Oklahoma, 2-5-1957 Season 945 1988-89 Free Throw Percentage Game 1.000 On Many Occasions Season .758 1996-97 (583-769) Rebounds Game 74 vs. Oklahoma, 12-28-1962 Season 1,559 1988-89 Steals Game 24 vs. Chattanooga, 11-24-2010 Season 388 2008-09 Blocked Shots Game 11 at Kansas, 1-24-1999;
vs. Iowa St., 2-8-1995 Season 171 2010-11 Personal Fouls Game 38 at Hawaii, 12-22-1975;
vs. Illinois, 12-22-1993 Season 742 1988-89 Points Off The Bench Game 62 vs. Colorado, 1-14-2009 vs. SIU-Edwardsville, 12-27-2009 Season 1,076 2009-10

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Bench Scoring Average Season 31.6 2009-10 Disqualifications Game 6 at Hawaii, 12-22-1975
vs. Okla. St., 12-30-1966 Conference Titles Won 15 1918-20-21-22-30-39-40-76-80-81-82-83-87-90-94 Consecutive 
Conference Titles Won 4 1980-81-82-83 Season Won-Lost Records Games Played 38 2008-09 Games Won 31 2008-09 Games Lost 22 1966-67 Conference Games Won 17 1919-20;
1920-21 Conference Games Lost 13 1965-66;
1966-67 Best Winning Pct. .944 1920-21 (Record of 17-1);
1919-20 (Record of 17-1); 1917-18 (Record of 17-1) Best Conference 
Winning Percentage 1.000 1994 (14-0) Home Games Played 19 2004-05;
2006-07 Home Games Won 18 2008-09 Road Games Played 21 1988-89 Road Games Won 15 1981-82

20-Victory Seasons Seasons 25 1972-73-76-77-80-81-82-83-86-87-89-90-91-92-9495-99-01-02-03-09-10-11-12-13 Consecutive
20-Victory Seasons Seasons 5 2008-09 to 2012-13 (current) Consecutive Games Won Season 19 1981-82 Overall 22 1919-20 Home Games Season 18 2008-09 Overall 34 1988-90 Conference Games 21 1919-20 Conference
Home Games 21 1919-20 Conference Road Games 11 1981-83 Consecutive Winning Seasons 17 1979-80 to 1995-96 ** Three-point records are from a distance of 19’9”. The threepoint line has been moved to 20’9” for the 2008-09 season.

2012-13 Tigers

Below: The 2012-13 Tigers enjoyed a school-record breaking fifth consecutive 20-win season.

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Opponent / Double-Double Records / 30-Point Games Most Points Oklahoma, 2-6-1988 at Norman Arkansas, 12-2-1993 at Fayetteville Most Points, Half Arkansas, 12-2-1993 at Fayetteville (2nd)

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Fewest Points, Per Half (Since ’56) 4, 13 (1st Half): Colorado, 1-23-1980 at Columbia
 4 (2nd Half): Kansas, 2-9-1982 at Lawrence 13 Most Field Goals Made Kansas, 3-9-1974 at Lawrence

50

Most Field Goal Attempts Illinois, 12-6-1978 at Champaign

98

Best Field Goal Percentage Kansas (32-46), 1-19-1991 at Lawrence

.696

Worst Field Goal Percentage .183 Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11-60), 12-9-1998 at Columbia Most Three-Point Field Goals Made Arkansas, 12-2-1993 at Fayetteville

16

Most Three-Point Field Goal Attempts UMKC, 1-8-2008 at Columbia

35

Most Free Throws Made Oklahoma, 2-18-1995 at Norman

42

Most Free Throw Attempts Nebraska, 1-16-1956 at Lincoln

55

Most Rebounds Pacific, 12-23-1966 at Stockton

80

Most Personal Fouls UTEP, 12-8-1974 at Columbia

44

Most Disqualifications Rice, 12-13-1965 at Columbia

6

INDIVIDUAL OPPONENT – GAME Most Points 50 Bud Stallworth, Kansas, 2-26-1972 at Lawrence Most Field Goals Made 19 Bud Stallworth, Kansas, 2-26-1972 at Lawrence Most Field Goal Attempts 38 Bud Stallworth, Kansas, 2-26-1972 at Lawrence Most Three-Point Field Goals Made Fred Hoiberg, Iowa St., 1-30-1995 at Ames

8

Most Three-Point Field Goal Attempts 18 Lindsey Hunter, Jackson St., 12-21-1991 at Columbia Most Free Throws Made 19 Ken Charlton, Colorado, 3-5-1962 at Columbia

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DOUBLE-DOUBLE RECORDS / 30-POINT GAMES Career Double-Doubles 1. 45, Al Eberhard 2. 44, Doug Smith 44, Arthur Johnson 4. 37, John Brown 5. 34, Steve Stipanovich 6. 33, Jevon Crudup 33, Derrick Chievous 8. 28, Curtis Berry 9. 26, Kim Anderson 10. 22, Greg Cavener

1971-74 1987-91 2000-04 1970-73 1979-83 1990-94 1984-88 1977-81 1973-77 1982-86

Single Season Double-Doubles 1. 22, Al Eberhard 2. 18, Arthur Johnson 3. 17, Doug Smith 17, John Brown 5. 16, Steve Stipanovich 16, John Brown 7. 14, Doug Smith 8. 13, Nathan Buntin
 13, Derrick Chievous 10. 11, Alex Oriakhi 11, Jevon Crudup

1973-74 2002-03 1990-91 1971-72 1982-83 1972-73 1990-91 1989-90 1986-87 2012-13 1993-94

Double-Double Leader by Class
 Freshman Arthur Johnson 2000-01 Sophomore Al Eberhard 1973-74 Junior Arthur Johnson 2002-03 Senior Doug Smith 1990-91

6 22 18 17

Team Double-Doubles 
in a season since 1971-72 1. 1972-73 35 2. 1971-72 31 3. 1989-90 28 4. 2012-13 26 1990-91 26 6. 1982-83 24 7. 1973-74 23 8. 1983-84 22 1980-81 22 1975-76 22 1974-75 22 20-Point, 20-Rebound 
Games (since 1954-55) Bob Reiter 23-27 vs. Kansas State, 1-15-1955 Charles Henke 20-20 vs. Arkansas, 12-3-58 Ned Monsees 24-24 vs. St. Louis, 12-12-64 John Brown 21-21 vs. Kansas, 2-27-73 Al Eberhard 25-20 vs. Kansas, 2-27-73 Al Eberhard 21-21 vs. Oklahoma, 12-26-73 Al Eberhard 31-20 vs. Iowa State, 1-12-74 Curtis Berry 20-20 vs. Kansas, 1-9-80

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All-Time 30-Point Games at Missouri (141 total) Player Joe Scott Doug Smith Lionel Smith Clarence Gilbert Anthony Peeler Willie Smith Anthony Peeler Derrick Chievous John Brown Charles Henke Thomas Gardner Clarence Gilbert Doug Smith Derrick Chievous Clay Johnson Doug Smith Kim Anderson Willie Smith Arthur Johnson Willie Smith Rickey Paulding Doug Smith Ron Coleman Norm Stewart Melvin Booker Byron Irvin Derrick Chievous Derrick Chievous John Brown John Brown John Brown Henry Smith Norm Stewart Mark Atkins Anthony Peeler Anthony Peeler Doug Smith Byron Irvin Derrick Chievous Derrick Chievous Malcolm Thomas Willie Smith John Brown Ron Coleman Ron Coleman Linas Kleiza Kareem Rush Doug Smith Byron Irvin Derrick Chievous Malcolm Thomas Tom Johnson Charles Henke Charles Henke Charles Henke Norm Stewart Norm Stewart Bob Reiter Bob Reiter Kareem Rush Clarence Gilbert Kareem Rush Jason Sutherland Melvin Booker Anthony Peeler Doug Smith Anthony Peeler Doug Smith Doug Smith Derrick Chievous

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

Pts. 46 44 44 43 43 43 42 42 41 41 40 40 40 39 39 38 38 38 37 37 36 36 36 36 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 34 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32

Opp. Date Nebraska 3/6/1961 Nebraska 2/10/1990 Marquette 2/18/1957 Iowa St. (4-OT) 1/13/2001 Kansas 3/8/1992 Michigan (NCAA) 3/20/1976 Iowa State 1/31/1990 Virginia Tech 12/16/1987 Oklahoma State 3/3/1973 Nebraska 12/28/1960 Kansas 1/16/2006 Colorado 2/23/2002 Oklahoma State 1/5/1991 Colorado 2/3/1988 Colorado 1/19/1977 Oklahoma 2/2/1991 Kansas 2/9/1977 Kansas State 3/3/1976 Kansas 3/7/2004 Oklahoma 12/30/1974 Marquette (NCAA) 3/23/2003 Bradley 12/12/1990 Oklahoma 2/12/1966 Colorado 2/18/1956 Wisconsin (NCAA) 3/19/1994 Virginia Tech 1/16/1989 R. Island (NCAA) 3/17/1988 Oklahoma 3/3/1988 UMass (NIT) 3/17/1973 SMU 1/8/1973 Purdue 12/6/1972 Arkansas 12/1/1970 Texas Tech 12/5/1955 UNLV 1/11/1993 Nebraska 2/17/1992 Nebraska 1/18/1992 Iowa State 2/21/1990 Oklahoma 2/25/1989 Iowa State 2/4/1987 Oklahoma 1/10/1987 Oklahoma 2/4/1984 Kansas State 2/5/1975 Kentucky 12/17/1971 Santa Clara 12/21/1966 Rice 12/13/1965 Oklahoma 3/11/2005 Texas (Big 12) 3/8/2002 Alaska-Fairbanks 1/22/1991 Temple (2-OT) 12/2/1988 California 12/2/1986 Oklahoma 2/16/1985 Kansas 2/20/1968 Iowa State 3/2/1961 Kansas State 2/18/1961 Loyola, Ill. 12/14/1960 Iowa State 2/20/1956 Colorado 12/30/1955 Oklahoma 3/2/1955 Houston 2/13/1954 Iowa St. (4-OT) 1/13/2001 Iowa (2-OT) 12/16/2000 Iowa (2-OT) 12/16/2000 Arkansas 12/5/1995 Kansas 2/20/1994 Arkansas 12/7/1991 Iowa State 3/8/1991 Prairie View 1/9/1991 Colorado (OT) 3/9/1990 Texas (NCAA) 3/18/1989 Oklahoma 2/6/1988

Derrick Chievous Steve Stipanovich Jon Sundvold Mark Dressler Willie Smith Willie Smith Willie Smith John Brown John Brown John Brown Don Tomlinson Ned Monsees Bob Price Ken Doughty Charles Henke Bob Reiter Joe Scott Marcus Denmon DeMarre Carroll Linas Kleiza Rickey Paulding Kareem Rush Kareem Rush Kareem Rush Sammy Haley Paul O’Liney Doug Smith Doug Smith Doug Smith Derrick Chievous Willie Smith Al Eberhard Henry Smith Ken Doughty Joe Scott Sonny Siebert Norm Stewart Bill Stauffer Michael Dixon Leo Lyons Thomas Gardner Thomas Gardner Arthur Johnson Kareem Rush Clarence Gilbert Kareem Rush Mark Atkins Anthony Peeler Anthony Peeler Doug Smith Anthony Peeler Doug Smith Byron Irvin Byron Irvin Derrick Chievous Clay Johnson Scott Sims Willie Smith Willie Smith Willie Smith Willie Smith Henry Smith Don Tomlinson Don Tomlinson Gene Jones Ron Coleman Ron Coleman Charles Henke Norm Stewart Bob Reiter Bob Reiter

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

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Arizona 12/29/1984 Oklahoma State 1/19/1983 Oregon 12/11/1982 N. Dame (NCAA) 3/8/1980 Colorado 2/7/1976 Iowa State 1/24/1976 Purdue 3/14/1975 Kansas State 3/7/1972 Nebraska 2/15/1972 St. Francis (Pa.) 12/13/1971 Indiana 12/6/1969 Rice 12/22/1964 Iowa State 3/3/1964 Oklahoma 12/30/1961 Kansas State 2/25/1961 Kansas State 2/25/1961 Oklahoma 2/6/1960 Northwestern St. 12/2/2011 Iowa State 2/7/2009 Nebraska 1/22/2005 Oklahoma State 2/24/2004 Oklahoma 3/9/2001 DePaul 12/6/2000 Texas Tech 2/16/2000 Murray St. (NIT) 3/13/1996 Nebraska 1/7/1994 Oklahoma 1/15/1991 Nebraska 1/13/1990 Ohio 12/17/1988 Kansas 1/23/1986 Nebraska (OT) 2/21/1976 South Alabama 12/19/1972 McMurray 12/18/1970 Nebraska 2/17/1962 Oklahoma State 1/14/1961 Oklahoma 2/15/1958 Illinois 12/10/1955 Nebraska 2/2/1952 William & Mary 12/18/2011 Baylor 1/31/2009
 Texas A&M-CC 12/10/2005 Davidson 12/7/2005 Baylor 1/11/2003 Nebraska 2/13/2002 Texas A&M 3/8/2001 Nebraska 1/6/2001 Kansas 2/1/1993 Kansas (OT) 1/13/1992 Florida A&M 12/3/1991 Nebraska 3/10/1991 Nebraska 2/20/1991 Illinois 12/19/1990 Oklahoma State 1/21/1989 Southern 12/21/1988 Iowa State 1/23/1988 Utah (2-OT) (NCAA) 3/12/1978 Colorado 2/16/1977 Texas Tech (NCAA) 3/18/1976 S. Dakota State 12/13/1975 Toledo 12/2/1975 Oklahoma State 1/22/1975 Oklahoma State 2/1/1971 Colorado 2/8/1969 Kansas State 2/5/1968 Colorado 1/8/1968 Nebraska 2/28/1967 Iowa State 2/13/1965 Nebraska 3/2/1959 Idaho 12/19/1955 Oklahoma 2/25/1955 Oklahoma 2/9/1954


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Career (Multiple) 30-Point Games at Missouri Player Career by Class Doug Smith 14 8-Sr., 4-Jr., 2-So. Willie Smith 12 8-Sr., 4-Jr. Derrick Chievous 11 6-Sr., 3-Jr., 1-So., 1-Fr. Anthony Peeler 9 6-Sr., 2-Jr., 1-So. Kareem Rush 8 2-Jr., 5-So., 1-Fr. John Brown 8 4-Sr., 4-Jr. Charles Henke 6 5-Sr., 1-So. Norm Stewart 6 6-Sr. Byron Irvin 5 5-Sr. Ron Coleman 5 1-Sr., 2-Jr., 2-So. Bob Reiter 5 4-Sr., 1-Jr. Clarence Gilbert 4 1-Sr., 3-Jr. Joe Scott 3 2-Sr., 2-Jr. Don Tomlinson 3 1-Sr., 1-Jr., 1-So. Henry Smith 3 3-Sr. Clay Johnson 2 1-Sr., 1-Jr. Mark Atkins 2 2-Jr. Ken Doughty 2 2-Jr. Melvin Booker 2 2-Sr. Malcolm Thomas 2 1-Sr., 1-Jr. Thomas Gardner 3 3- Jr. Arthur Johnson 2 1-Sr., 1-Jr. Rickey Paulding 2 1-Sr., 1-Jr. Linas Kleiza 2 2- So.

Individual Game Records Points Scored 46 1. 46, Joe Scott, 3-6-1961 vs. Nebraska 2. 44, Doug Smith, 2-10-1990 vs. Nebraska 44, Lionel Smith, 2-18-1957 vs. Marquette 4. 43, Clarence Gilbert, 1-13-2001 vs. Iowa St. 43, Anthony Peeler, 3-8-1992 at Kansas 43, Willie Smith, 3-20-1976 vs. Michigan (NCAA) 7. 42, Anthony Peeler, 1-31-1990 at Iowa St. 42, Derrick Chievous, 12-16-1987 vs. Virginia Tech 9. 41, John Brown, 3-3-1973 vs. Oklahoma St. 41, Charles Henke, 12-28-1960 vs. Nebraska Field Goals Attempted 36 1. 36, Clarence Gilbert, 1-13-2001 vs. Iowa St. 2. 35, Willie Smith, 3-20-1976 vs. Michigan (NCAA) 3. 34, Charles Henke, 12-28-1960 vs. Nebraska 4. 32, John Brown, 3-3-1973 vs. Okla. St. 32, Ron Coleman, 2-28-1967 vs. Nebraska 32, Charles Henke, 2-25-1961 at Kansas St. 7. 31, Kareem Rush, 1-13-2001 vs. Iowa St. 31, Doug Smith, 1-5-1991 vs. Oklahoma St. 31, Bob Reiter, 2-13-1954 vs. Houston 10. 30, Four Times Field Goals Made 19 1. 19, Doug Smith, 2-10-1990 vs. Nebraska 2. 18, Willie Smith, 3-20-1976 vs. Michigan (NCAA) 18, Willie Smith, 12-30-1975 vs. Oklahoma 18, John Brown, 3-3-1973 vs. Oklahoma St, 18, Joe Scott, 3-6-1961 vs. Nebraska

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6. 17, Henry Smith, 12-1-1970 at Arkansas 17, Charles Henke, 12-28-1960 vs. Nebraska 17, Lionel Smith, 2-18-1957 vs. Marquette 9. 16, Anthony Peeler, 3-8-1992 at Kansas 16, Doug Smith, 1-5-1991 vs. Oklahoma St. 16, Derrick Chievous, 3-17-1988 vs. R. Island (NCAA) 16, Kim Anderson, 2-9-1977 vs. Kansas 16, Kim Anderson, 2-5-1977 vs. Oklahoma St 

 Free Throws 
Attempted 25 1. 25, Sammie Haley, 3-13-1996 vs. Murray St. 2. 24, Don Tomlinson, 12-6-1969 vs. Indiana 24, Don Tomlinson, 2-5-1968 at Kansas St. 4. 22, Don Tomlinson, 1-18-1969 vs. Iowa St. 22, Gene Jones, 12-30-1967 vs. Kansas St. 6. 21, Curtis Berry, 3-6-1981 vs. Kansas St. 7. 20, Kelly Thames, 1-13-1996 vs. George Wash. 20, Jason Sutherland, 12-5-1995 at Arkansas 20, Anthony Peeler, 12-7-1991 at Arkansas 20, Anthony Peeler, 1-31-1990 at Iowa St. 20, Byron Irvin, 1-21-1989 vs. Oklahoma St. 20, Byron Irvin, 1-16-1989 at Virginia Tech 20, Charles Henke, 12-3-1960 vs. Arkansas 20, Bob Reiter, 1-15-1955 vs. Nebraska Free Throws Made 20 1. 20, Anthony Peeler, 1-31-1990 at Iowa St. 20, Don Tomlinson, 1-18-1969 vs. Iowa St. 3. 19, Jim Kennedy, 12-22-1975 at Hawaii 4. 18, Jason Sutherland, 12-5-1995 at Arkansas 18, Don Tomlinson, 12-6-1969 vs. Indiana 6. 17, Sammie Haley, 3-13-1996 vs. Murray St. 17, Derrick Chievous, 12-16-1987 vs. Va. Tech 17, Al Eberhard, 12-8-1973 vs. UTEP 17, Al Abram, 2-3-1959 vs. Colorado 17, Bob Reiter, 1-15-1955 vs. Nebraska
 17, Linas Kleiza, 3-11-2005 vs. Oklahoma Three-Point Field Goals Attempted** 18 1. 18, Clarence Gilbert, 1-13-2001 vs. Iowa St. 2. 17, Clarence Gilbert, 2-23-2002 at Colorado 3. 16, Thomas Gardner, 2-7-2006 at Baylor
 16, Clarence Gilbert, 12-16-2000 at Iowa 16, Mark Atkins, 3-6-1993 vs. Colorado 16, Mark Atkins, 1-11-1993 at UNLV 7. 15, Rickey Paulding, 3-22-2003 vs. Marquette (NCAA) 15, Ricky Clemons, 2-3-2003 at Kansas 15, Clarence Gilbert, 3-17-2000 vs. N. Carolina (NCAA) 15, John Woods, 3-11-1998 vs. UAB (NIT) 11. 14, Brian Grawer, 2-24-2001 vs. Baylor 14, Paul O’Liney, 2-18-1995 at Oklahoma 14, Mark Atkins, 3-12-1994 vs. Nebraska Three-Point Field Goals Made** 12 1. 12, Clarence Gilbert, 2-23-2002 at Colorado 2. 9, Rickey Paulding, 3-22-2003 vs. Marquette (NCAA) 3. 8, Thomas Gardner, 12-7-2005 at Davidson
 8, Clarence Gilbert, 2-6-2002 vs. Iowa St. 8, Clarence Gilbert, 1-26-2002 at Oklahoma 8, Clarence Gilbert, 3-8-2001 vs. Texas A&M

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8, Brian Grawer, 2-11-2001 at Iowa St. 8, John Woods, 3-11-1998 vs. UAB (NIT) 7, Marcus Denmon, 12-02-2011 vs. NW State 7, Kim English, 11-27-2011 vs. Binghamton 7, Matt Lawrence, 11-10-2006 vs. N.C. A&T 7, Thomas Gardner, 1-16-2006 vs. Kansas
 7, Thomas Gardner, 2-7-2006 at Baylor
 7, Clarence Gilbert, 12-6-2002 vs. Southern 7, Kareem Rush, 2-9-2002 at Baylor 7, Clarence Gilbert, 1-24-2001 at Nebraska 7, Clarence Gilbert, 1-13-2001 vs. Iowa St. 7, Kareem Rush, 2-15-2000 at Texas Tech 7, Clarence Gilbert, 1-22-2000 vs. Kansas 7, Jason Sutherland, 2-9-1997 vs. Wake Forest 7, Jason Sutherland, 3-8-1996 vs. Oklahoma 7, Mark Atkins, 2-26-1994 vs. Oklahoma 7, Mark Atkins, 2-5-1994 at Oklahoma 7, Mark Atkins, 1-11-1993 at UNLV

Assists 19 1. 19, Phil Pressey, 12-28-2012 at UCLA 2. 13, Phil Pressey, 1-8-2013 vs. Alabama 13, Stefhon Hannah, 11-27-2006 vs. Coppin St. 13, Melvin Booker, 12-22-1993 vs. Illinois 5. 12, Phil Pressey, 3-8-2012 vs. Okla. State (Big 12) 12, Phil Pressey, 2-25-2012 at Kansas 12, Phil Pressey, 1-28-2012 vs. Texas Tech 12, Phil Pressey, 12-6-2011 vs. Villanova 12, John McIntyre, 12-30-1987 vs. Alabama St. 12, Larry Drew, 3-8-1980 vs. Notre Dame (NCAA) 11. 11, Phil Pressey, 12-22-2012 vs. Illinois 11, Phil Pressey, 12-18-2010 vs. Central Arkansas 11, Wesley Stokes, 1-2-2002 vs. Coppin St. 11, Wesley Stokes, 12-6-2001 vs. Southern 11, Anthony Peeler, 2-21-1990 vs. Iowa St. 11, Anthony Peeler, 1-10-1990 vs. Southern 11, Shawn Teague, 12-6-1980 vs. Lamar 11, Larry Drew, 12-7-1979 vs. G. Washington 11, Scott Sims, 12-30-1974 vs. Oklahoma 11, Stephon Hannah, 1-8-2008 vs. UMKC

Steals 8 1. 8, Reggie Smith, 12-3-1991 vs. Florida A&M 2. 7, Zaire Taylor, 12-12-2009, Fairleigh Dickinson 7, J.T. Tiller, 1-24-2009 vs. Texas Tech 7, Stefhon Hannah, 11-25-2006 vs. S.F. Austin 7, Rickey Paulding, 2-10-2004 vs. Colorado
 7, Anthony Peeler, 2-17-1992 vs. Nebraska 7, Mike Sandbothe, 1-17-1987 vs. Okla. St. 7. 6, Phil Pressey, 1-21-2012 at Baylor 6, Phil Pressey, 3-10-2011 vs. Texas A&M (Big 12) 6, Laurence Bowers, 2-23-2011 vs. Baylor 6, Zaire Taylor, 2-21-2009 at Colorado 6, J.T. Tiller, 11-20-2008 vs. Xavier 6, Stefhon Hannah, 11-30-2006 vs. Arkansas
 6, Stefhon Hannah, 11-19- 2006 vs. Davidson 6, Stefhon Hannah, 12-30-06 vs Southern 6, Clarence Gilbert, 2-6-1999 at Nebraska 6, Brian Grawer, 11-13-1998 vs. Jackson St. 6, Jeff Hafer, 2-18-1998 at Nebraska 6, Brian Grawer, 1-19-1998 vs. Kansas 6, Doug Smith, 2-23-1991 vs. Iowa St. 6, Mike Sandbothe, 2-19-1989 vs. Nebraska 6, Byron Irvin, 12-7-1988 at Tulsa 6, Mike Sandbothe, 1-28-1986 vs. Colorado 6, Greg Cavener, 1-26-1983 at Kansas 6, Moon McCrary, 1-6-1982 vs. Austin Peay 6, Steve Wallace, 1-31-1979 at Iowa St. 6, Willie Smith, 3-13-1976 vs. Washington (NCAA)

Blocked Shots 8 1. 8, Laurence Bowers, 1-8-2011 at Colorado 8, Arthur Johnson, 12-30-2000 vs. Stetson 2. 7, Arthur Johnson, 1-2-2001 vs. Coastal Carolina 3. 6, Ricardo Ratliffe, 2-23-11 vs. Iowa State 6, Ricardo Ratliffe, 1-5-11 vs. North Alabama 6, Travon Bryant, 2-2-2004 at Kansas 6, Arthur Johnson, 1-20-2004 vs. Texas 6, Arthur Johnson, 2-6-2002 vs. Iowa St. 6. 5, Steve Moore, 2-27-2010 vs. Kansas State 5, Arthur Johnson, 3-13-2003 vs. Nebraska (Big 12) 5, Arthur Johnson, 12-30-2002 vs. Valparaiso Rebounds 27 5, Arthur Johnson, 11-13-2002 vs. UT-Martin 1. 27, Bob Reiter, 1-15-1955 at Kansas St. 5, Jeff Hafer, 1-24-1999 at Kansas 2. 26, Gene Jones, 12-15-1966 vs. Rutgers at N.Y. 5, Monte Hardge, 2-11-1998 at Baylor 3. 24, Booker Brown, 12-12-1966 vs. Detroit 5, Sammie Haley, 2-8-1995 vs. Iowa St. 24, Tom Officer, 12-11-1965 at St. Louis 5, Jevon Crudup, 1-15-1994 vs. Iowa St. 24, Ned Monsees, 12-30-1964 vs. Kansas St. 5, Jevon Crudup, 12-5-1992 at Texas A&M 24, Ned Monsees, 12-12-1964 vs. St. Louis 5, Doug Smith, 12-4-1990 at Creighton 7. 21, Al Eberhard, 12-26-1973 vs. Oklahoma 5, Steve Stipanovich, 2-20-1983 vs. Virginia 21, John Brown, 1-20-1973 vs. Kansas 5, Steve Stipanovich, 1-27-1982 at Iowa St. 21, Charles Henke, 12-1-1960 vs. Washington Univ. (Mo.) 5, Steve Stipanovich, 1-23-1982 vs. Oklahoma 10. 20, Curtis Berry, 1-17-1979 at Kansas 5, Steve Stipanovich, 12-10-1980 vs. Illinois 20, Curtis Berry, 11-27-1978 vs. Butler 5, Tom Dore, 3-6-1980 vs. San Jose St. (NCAA) 20, Al Eberhard, 1-12-1974 vs. Iowa St. 20, Al Eberhard, 2-27-1973 at Kansas 20, George Flamank, 12-28-1962 vs. Oklahoma 20, Charles Henke, 12-14-1959 vs. Wisconsin ** Three-point records are from a distance of 19’9”, until the 20, Charles Henke, 12-3-1958 vs. Arkansas 2008-09 season, when it was moved to 20’9”. 20, Chuck Denny, 3-3-1956 at Kansas St.

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Individual Season Records Scoring Year G FG 3FG FT 1. Derrick Chievous 86-87 34 292 13 244 2. Willie Smith 75-76 31 300 — 183 3. Kareem Rush 01-02 36 249 111 103 4. Doug Smith 90-91 30 275 3 156 5. Byron Irvin 88-89 36 227 40 214 6. Derrick Chievous 87-88 30 242 17 200 7. Anthony Peeler 91-92 29 218 55 187 8. Derrick Chievous 85-86 34 227 — 186 9. Doug Smith 89-90 32 260 — 115 10. DeMarre Carroll 08-09 38 246 16 121 11. Steve Stipanovich 82-83 34 246 — 134 12 Marcus Denmon 11-12 35 200 99 120 13. Clarence Gilbert 01-02 36 196 118 101 14. Willie Smith 74-75 27 249 — 106 15. Charles Henke 60-61 24 222 — 147 16. John Brown 71-72 27 212 — 162 17. Jon Sundvold 82-83 34 225 — 131 18. Henry Smith 70-71 26 238 — 105 19. Melvin Booker 93-94 32 189 66 135 20. Marcus Denmon 10-11 34 199 82 94 21. Rickey Paulding 02-03 33 199 75 100 22. Paul O’Liney 94-95 29 160 79 172 23. John Brown 72-73 27 221 — 124 24. Malcolm Thomas 84-85 32 212 — 134 25. Thomas Gardner 05-06 28 186 94 85 26. Kareem Rush 00-01 26 192 69 96 27. Leo Lyons 08-09 37 176 5 182 28. Jeff Strong 84-85 32 205 — 127 29. Dan Bingenheimer 85-86 35 191 — 152 30. Arthur Johnson 02-03 33 222 — 88 31. Linas Kleiza 04-05 33 165 31 169 32. Clarence Gilbert 00-01 32 172 102 83 33. Anthony Peeler 89-90 31 184 24 130 34. Melvin Booker 92-93 33 164 51 143 35. Ricky Frazier 80-81 32 198 — 125 36. Clay Johnson 77-78 30 195 — 125 37. Al Eberhard 73-74 26 196 — 120 38. Ron Coleman 65-66 24 181 — 150 39. Kim Anderson 76-77 29 200 — 111 40. Ron Coleman 66-67 25 190 — 131 41. Kim English 11-12 35 171 78 87 42. Norm Stewart 55-56 21 184 — 138 43. Doug Smith 88-89 36 217 1 67 44. Jim Kennedy 75-76 31 191 — 120 134

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PTS AVG. 821 24.1 783 25.3 712 19.8 709 23.6 708 19.7 701 23.4 678 23.4 640 18.8 635 19.8 629 16.6 626 18.4 619 17.7 611 17.0 604 22.4 591 24.6 586 21.7 581 17.1 581 22.3 579 18.1 574 16.9 573 17.4 571 19.7 566 21.0 558 17.4 551 19.7 549 21.1 539 14.6 537 16.8 534 15.3 532 16.1 530 16.1 529 16.5 522 16.8 522 15.8 521 16.3 515 17.8 512 19.7 512 21.3 511 18.3 511 20.4 507 14.5 506 24.1 502 13.9 502 16.2


Scoring Average 1. Willie Smith, 1975-76 2. Charles Henke, 1960-61 3. Derrick Chievous, 1986-87 4. Norm Stewart, 1955-56 5. Doug Smith, 1990-91 6. Anthony Peeler, 1991-92 7. Derrick Chievous, 1987-88 8. Willie Smith, 1974-75 9. Henry Smith, 1970-71 10. John Brown, 1971-72

25.3 25.3 24.6 24.14 24.09 23.6 23.37 23.36 22.4 22.3 21.7

Field Goals Attempted 1. Willie Smith, 1975-76 2. Kareem Rush, 2001-02 3. Doug Smith, 1990-91 4. Willie Smith, 1974-75 5. Derrick Chievous, 1986-87 6. Clarence Gilbert, 2001-02 7. Derrick Chievous, 1987-88 8. Anthony Peeler, 1991-92 9. Clarence Gilbert, 2000-01 10. Ray Bob Carey, 1963-64 Field Goals Made 1. Willie Smith, 1975-76 2. Derrick Chievous, 1986-87 3. Doug Smith, 1990-91 4. Doug Smith, 1989-90 5. Kareem Rush, 2001-02
 Willie Smith, 1974-75 7. DeMarre Carroll, 2008-09 Steve Stipanovich, 1982-83 9. Derrick Chievous, 1987-88 10. Henry Smith, 1970-71

636 636 585 553 533 522 503 477 475 472 466

Field Goal
Percentage 1. Ricardo Ratliffe, 2011-12 2. Jeff Warren, 1990-91 3. Greg Church, 1988-89 4. Alex Oriakhi, 2012-13 5. Mark Dressler, 1979-80 6. Marvin McCrary, 1981-82
 Ricky Frazier, 1979-80 8. Greg Church, 1987-88 9. Jeff Warren, 1991-92
 Gary Leonard, 1987-88

.693 .693 .676 .653 .639 .636 .635 .635 .634 .628 .628

Three-Point Field
Goals Attempted** 1. Clarence Gilbert, 2001-02 2. Clarence Gilbert, 2000-01 3. Kareem Rush, 2001-02 4. Ricky Clemons, 2002-03 5. Marcus Denmon, 2011-12 6. Thomas Gardner, 2005-06 7. Clarence Gilbert, 1999-00 8. Mark Atkins, 1992-93 9. Matt Lawrence, 2007-08
 Paul O’Liney, 1994-95

308 308 277 274 258 243 237 233 212 202 202

300 300 282 275 260 249 249 246 246 242 238

Three-Point Field Goals Made** 1. Clarence Gilbert, 2001-02 2. Kareem Rush, 2001-02 3. Clarence Gilbert, 2000-01 4. Marcus Denmon, 2011-12 5. Thomas Gardner, 2005-06 6. Ricky Clemons, 2002-03
 Clarence Gilbert, 1999-2000 8. Marcus Denmon, 2010-11 Matt Lawrence, 2008-09 10. Matt Lawrence, 2006-07 Mark Atkins, 1992-93

118 118 111 102 99 94 88 88 82 82 81 81

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage** 1. Lee Coward, 1987-88 2. Derrick Chievous, 1987-88 3. Brian Grawer, 1998-99 4. Derek Grimm, 1994-95 5. Jason Sutherland, 1995-96 6. Kim English, 2011-12 7. Brian Grawer, 1997-98 8. Marcus Denmon, 2010-11 Kareem Rush, 2000-01 10. Matt Lawrence, 2006-07

.527 .527 .515 .496 .475 .466 .459 .456 .448 .448 .443

Free Throws
Attempted 1. Derrick Chievous, 1986-87 2. Derrick Chievous, 1987-88 3. Byron Irvin, 1988-89 4. Don Tomlinson, 1968-69 5. Leo Lyons, 2008-09 6. Charles Henke, 1959-60 7. Anthony Peeler, 1991-92
 Derrick Chievous, 1985-86 9. Linas Kleiza, 2004-05 10. Willie Smith, 1975-76

302 302 261 259 250 245 234 232 232 231 230

Free Throws Made 1. Derrick Chievous, 1986-87 2. Byron Irvin, 1988-89 3. Derrick Chievous, 1987-88 4. Anthony Peeler, 1991-92 5. Derrick Chievous, 1985-86 6. Willie Smith, 1975-76 7. Paul O’Liney, 1994-95 8. Don Tomlinson, 1968-69 9. Charles Henke, 1959-60 10. John Brown, 1971-72

244 244 214 200 187 186 183 172 165 164 162

Free Throw Percentage 1. Brian Grawer, 1999-2000 2. Marcus Denmon, 2011-12 Travis Ford, 1989-90 4. Derek Grimm, 1995-96 5. Orv Salmon, 1971-72 6. Michael Dixon, 2011-12 7. Jason Sutherland, 1995-96 8. Ron Coleman, 1966-67 9. Jon Sundvold, 1981-82 10. Jon Sundvold, 1982-83

.905 .905 .896 .896 .885 .881 .879 .877 .873 .871 .868

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Rebounds 1. Bill Stauffer, 1951-52 2. Bill Stauffer, 1950-51 3. Arthur Johnson, 2002-03 4. Al Eberhard, 1973-74 5. Doug Smith, 1990-91 6. Nathan Buntin, 1989-90 7. Steve Stipanovich, 1982-83
 Bob Reiter, 1954-55 9. John Brown, 1972-73 10. Doug Smith, 1989-90

379 379 357 316 313 311 304 300 300 298 295

Steal Average 1. Stefhon Hannah, 2006-07 2. Lynn Hardy, 1986-87 3. Phil Pressey, 2011-12 Brian Grawer, 1998-99 Anthony Peeler, 1991-92 Doug Smith, 1990-91 Lynn Hardy, 1985-86 7. Phil Pressey, 2010-11 Anthony Peeler, 1989-90 10. Zaire Taylor, 2009-10

2.4 2.4 2.2 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.0 2.0 1.9

Rebounding Average 1. Bill Stauffer, 1951-52 2. Bill Stauffer, 1950-51 3. Bob Reiter, 1954-55 4. Al Eberhard, 1973-74 5. Ned Monsees, 1964-65 6. Charles Henke, 1959-60 7. John Brown, 1972-73 8. George Flamank, 1964-65 9. Charles Henke, 1960-61 10. Gene Jones, 1967-68

16.5 16.5 14.9 14.3 12.0 11.8 11.5 11.0 10.8 10.8 10.7

Blocked Shots 1. Arthur Johnson, 2001-02 2. Arthur Johnson, 2000-01 3. Laurence Bowers, 2010-11 4. Arthur Johnson, 2002-03 5. Steve Stipanovich, 1982-83 6. Alex Oriakhi, 2012-13 7. Sammie Haley, 1994-95 8. Arthur Johnson, 2003-04 Laurence Bowers, 2009-10 10. Dan Bingenheimer, 1985-86

71 71 65 62 61 56 54 49 48 48 46

Assists 1. Phil Pressey, 2012-13 2. Phil Pressey, 2011-12 3. Anthony Peeler, 1989-90 4. Lee Coward, 1988-89 5. Larry Drew, 1979-80 6. Wesley Stokes, 2001-02 7. Melvin Booker, 1993-94 8. Scott Sims, 1976-77 9. Lynn Hardy, 1985-86 10. J.T. Tiller, 2008-09 Willie Smith, 1975-76

240 240 223 179 164 156 147 143 142 139 138 138

Assist Average 1. Phil Pressey, 2012-13 2. Phil Pressey, 2011-12 3. Anthony Peeler, 1989-90 4. Anthony Peeler, 1990-91 Larry Drew, 1979-80 6. Scott Sims, 1976-77 7. Stefhon Hannah, 2006-07 8. Jason Horton, 2005-06 Melvin Booker, 1993-94 10. Lee Coward, 1988-89

7.1 7.1 6.4 5.8 5.0 5.0 4.9 4.6 4.5 4.5 4.4

Blocked Shot Average 1. Arthur Johnson, 2000-01 Arthur Johnson, 2001-02 3. Laurence Bowers, 2010-11 Arthur Johnson, 2002-03 Sammie Haley, 1994-95 6. Alex Oriakhi, 2012-13 Arthur Johnson, 2003-04 Steve Stipanovich, 1982-83 9. Travon Bryant, 2003-04 10. Doug Smith, 1990-91 Steve Stipanovich, 1980-81 Laurence Bowers, 2009-10

2.0 2.0 2.0 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.5 1.4 1.4 1.4

Steals 1. Lynn Hardy, 1986-87 2. Phil Pressey, 2011-12 Lynn Hardy, 1985-86 4. Stefhon Hannah, 2006-07 5. J.T. Tiller, 2008-09 6. Doug Smith, 1990-91
 Byron Irvin, 1988-89 8. Anthony Peeler, 1989-90 Zaire Taylor, 2009-10 10. Anthony Peeler, 1991-92
 Mike Sandbothe, 1985-86

76 76 74 74 72 68 64 64 63 63 62 62

Personal Fouls 1. Dan Bingenheimer, 1985-86 2. Doug Smith, 1988-89 3. Kim Anderson, 1975-76 4. Mike Sandbothe, 1986-87 5. Jeff Warren, 1992-93 6. Travon Bryant, 2001-02 7. Mike Sandbothe, 1988-89
 Ricky Frazier, 1979-80 9. Derek Grimm, 1996-97 10. Arthur Johnson, 2001-02
 Lynn Hardy, 1986-87

123 123 122 121 116 115 114 113 113 112 111 111

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Disqualifications 1. Kim Anderson, 1974-75 2. Curtis Berry, 1977-78
 Kim Anderson, 1975-76
 John Brown, 1971-72
 Doug Johnson, 1968-69
 George Flamank, 1962-63
 Don Dippold, 1951-52 8. Jeff Hafer, 1999-2000 Jeff Warren, 1992-93

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13 13 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9


Ricky Frazier, 1979-80 Kim Anderson, 1976-77 George Flamank, 1964-65

9 9 9

Games Started 1. DeMarre Carroll, 2008-09 J.T. Tiller, 2008-09 3. Zaire Taylor, 2008-09 Gary Leonard, 1988-89 5. Clarence Gilbert, 2001-02 6. Kareem Rush, 2001-02 7. Mike Sandbothe, 1988-89 8. Marcus Denmon, 2011-12 Kim English, 2011-12 Phil Pressey, 2011-12 Matt Pressey, 2011-12 Ricardo Ratliffe, 2011-12 Doug Smith, 1988-89

38 38 38 37 37 36 36 36 35 35 35 35 35 35

Games Played 1. DeMarre Carroll, 2008-09 Matt Lawrence, 2008-09
 J.T. Tiller, 2008-09
 Zaire Taylor, 2008-09
 Justin Safford, 2008-09
 Keith Ramsey, 2008-09
 Kim English, 2008-09
 Marcus Denmon, 2008-09
 Miguel Paul, 2008-09 10. Leo Lyons, 2008-09 Greg Church, 1988-89
 Lee Coward, 1988-89
 Gary Leonard, 1988-89
 Mike Sandbothe, 1988-89

38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 37 37 37 37 37

Minutes Played 1. Jon Sundvold, 1982-83 2. Steve Stipanovich, 1982-83 3. Derrick Chievous, 1986-87 4. Greg Cavener, 1982-83 5. Marcus Denmon, 2011-12 6. Clarence Gilbert, 2001-02 7. Kim English, 2011-12 8. Byron Irvin, 1988-89 9. Melvin Booker, 1992-93 10. Lee Coward, 1988-89

1,303 1,303 1,264 1,215 1,213 1,212 1,194 1,175 1,166 1,157 1,155

Phil Pressey

Below: Phil Pressey finished his three seasons at Mizzou as the most prolific assist man in school history. He dished 240 dimes as a junior, including an NCAA-best 19 dimes at UCLA on Dec. 28, 2012, in Pauley Pavilion.

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Individual Career Records 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 138

Scoring Derrick Chievous Doug Smith Anthony Peeler Steve Stipanovich Marcus Denmon Arthur Johnson Melvin Booker Kelly Thames Clarence Gilbert Rickey Paulding Jon Sundvold Kareem Rush Kim English Ricky Frazier Jevon Crudup John Brown Larry Drew Willie Smith Al Eberhard Charles Henke Curtis Berry Nathan Buntin Ron Coleman Kim Anderson Lee Coward Laurence Bowers Leo Lyons Jim Kennedy Don Tomlinson Jason Sutherland Bob Reiter Jimmy McKinney Norm Stewart Joe Scott Greg Cavener Byron Irvin Thomas Gardner Michael Dixon Derek Grimm DeMarre Carroll Ray Bob Carey Matt Lawrence Malcolm Thomas Jeff Strong

Year 85-88 88-91 89-92 80-83 09-12 01-04 91-94 94-98 99-02 01-04 80-83 00-02 09-12 80-82 91-94 71-73 77-80 75-76 72-74 59-61 78-81 87-90 65-67 74-77 87-90 09-13 06-09 74-77 68-70 94-97 52-55 02-06 54-56 59-61 82-85 88-89 03-06 10-12 94-97 08-09 62-64 06-09 84-85 84-86

G FG 130 893 128 897 117 666 128 709 141 597 132 730 125 566 128 585 128 557 131 560 128 628 84 550 141 515 94 545 105 585 72 522 117 557 58 549 80 491 74 471 112 497 132 534 73 482 92 527 125 462 128 513 123 446 99 453 77 365 125 354 86 432 123 220 63 409 74 403 123 426 66 359 89 364 101 345 117 327 70 408 74 413 125 341 59 383 57 210

3FG 30 4 116 — 283 — 183 24 332 191 — 226 239 — 5 — — — — — — 1 — — 146 31 11 — — 190 — 123 — — — 75 179 115 140 19 — 244 — —

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FT 764 386 522 418 298 299 382 495 239 322 341 258 301 358 270 377 287 289 365 396 334 239 331 235 203 191 328 303 448 296 324 277 294 300 245 303 160 252 257 211 192 78 236 210

PTS AVG. 2,580 19.9 2,184 17.1 1,970 16.8 1,836 14.3 1,775 12.6 1,759 13.3 1,697 13.6 1,689 13.2 1,685 13.2 1,673 12.8 1,597 12.5 1,584 18.9 1,570 11.1 1,448 15.4 1,445 13.7 1,421 19.7 1,401 12.0 1,387 23.9 1,347 16.8 1,338 18.1 1,328 11.9 1,308 9.9 1,295 17.8 1,289 14.0 1,273 10.2 1,248 9.8 1,231 10.0 1,209 12.2 1,198 15.6 1,194 9.6 1,188 13.8 1,146 9.3 1,112 17.7 1,106 14.9 1,097 8.9 1,096 16.6 1,067 12.0 1,057 10.5 1,051 9.0 1,046 14.9 1,016 13.7 1,004 8.0 1,002 17.0 1,000 17.5


Scoring Average 1. Willie Smith, 1975-76 2. Derrick Chievous, 1985-88 3. John Brown, 1971-73 4. Kareem Rush, 2000-02 5. Charles Henke, 1959-61 6. Ron Coleman, 1965-67 7. Norm Stewart, 1954-56 8. Jeff Strong, 1985-86 9. Henry Smith, 1970-71 10. Doug Smith, 1988-91

23.9 23.9 19.9 19.7 19.4 18.1 17.8 17.7 17.5 17.4 17.1

Field Goals Attempted 1. Doug Smith, 1988-91 2. Derrick Chievous, 1985-88 3. Clarence Gilbert, 1999-2002 4. Anthony Peeler, 1989-92 5. Arthur Johnson, 2001-04 6. Marcus Denmon, 2009-12 7. Rickey Paulding, 2001-04 8. Steve Stipanovich, 1980-83 9. Jon Sundvold, 1980-83 10. Kelly Thames, 1994-98

1,758 1,758 1,710 1,482 1,428 1,388 1,311 1,307 1,319 1,273 1,256

Three-Point Field Goals Made** 1. Clarence Gilbert, 1999-2002 2. Marcus Denmon, 2009-12 3. Matt Lawrence, 2006-09 4. Kim English, 2009-12 5. Kareem Rush, 2000-02 6. Brian Grawer, 1998-2001 7. Rickey Paulding, 2001-04 8. Jason Sutherland, 1994-97 9. Melvin Booker, 1991-94 10. Thomas Gardner, 2003-06

332 332 283 244 239 226 210 191 190 183 179

Free Throws Attempted 
963 1. Derrick Chievous, 1985-88 963 2. Anthony Peeler, 1989-92 670 3. Don Tomlinson, 1968-70 650 4. Kelly Thames, 1994-98 648 5. Steve Stipanovich, 1980-83 580 6. Charles Henke, 1959-61 554 7.
 Doug Smith, 1988-91
 517 Curtis Berry, 1978-81 517 9. John Brown, 1971-73 494 10. Leo Lyons, 2006-09 488

Field Goals Made 1. Doug Smith, 1988-91 2. Derrick Chievous, 1985-88 3. Arthur Johnson, 2001-04 4. Steve Stipanovich, 1980-83 5. Anthony Peeler, 1989-92 6. Jon Sundvold, 1980-83 7. Marcus Denmon, 2009-12 8. Jevon Crudup, 1991-94 Kelly Thames, 1994-98 10. Melvin Booker, 1991-94

897 897 893 730 709 666 628 597 585 585 566

Free Throws Made 1. Derrick Chievous, 1985-88 2. Anthony Peeler, 1989-92 3. Kelly Thames, 1994-98 4. Don Tomlinson, 1968-70 5. Steve Stipanovich, 1980-83 6. Charles Henke, 1959-61 7. Doug Smith, 1988-91 8. Melvin Booker, 1991-94 9. John Brown, 1971-73 10. Al Eberhard, 1972-74

Field Goal Percentage 500 Attempts (Min.) 1. Ricardo Ratliffe, 2011-12 2. Jeff Warren, 1990-93 3. Ricky Frazier, 1980-82 4. Gary Leonard, 1986-89 5. Curtis Berry, 1978-81 6. DeMarre Carroll, 2008-09 Mark Dressler, 1979-83 8. Greg Cavener, 1982-85 9. Laurence Bowers, 2009-13 10. Steve Stipanovich, 1980-83

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Free Throw Percentage 
.854 1. Michael Dixon, 2010-12 .854 2. Jon Sundvold, 1980-83 .848 3. Jason Sutherland, 1994-97 .846 4. Brian Grawer, 1998-2001 .837 5. Derek Grimm, 1994-97 .813 6. Marcu Denmon, 2008-12 .799 Al Eberhard, 1972-74 .799 8. Jimmy McKinney, 2003-06 .798 9. Ken Doughty, 1961-63 .798 10. Byron Irvin, 1988-89 .791

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted** 1. Clarence Gilbert, 1999-2002 2. Marcus Denmon, 2009-12 3. Matt Lawrence, 2006-09 4. Kim English, 2009-12 5. Kareem Rush, 2000-02 6. Thomas Gardner, 2003-06 7. Rickey Paulding, 2001-04 8. Brian Grawer, 1998-2001 9. Jason Sutherland, 1994-97 10. Melvin Booker, 1991-94

906 906 705 614 606 536 532 512 501 469 467

.635 .614 .594 .560 .556 .549 .549 .548 .543 .538

Rebounds 1. Arthur Johnson, 2001-04 2. Doug Smith, 1988-91 3. Steve Stipanovich, 1980-83 4. Derrick Chievous, 1985-88 5. Bill Stauffer, 1951-52 6. Greg Cavener, 1982-85 7. Jevon Crudup, 1991-94 8. Curtis Berry, 1978-81 9. Al Eberhard, 1972-74 10. Kelly Thames, 1994-98

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1,083 1,083 1,053 984 979 964 894 874 811 806 785

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Rebounding Average
 50 or more games 1. Bill Stauffer, 1951-52 2. Bob Reiter, 1952-55 3. Al Eberhard, 1972-74 4. John Brown, 1971-73 5. Charles Henke, 1959-61 6. George Flamank, 1964-65 7. Norm Stewart, 1954-56 8. Ray Bob Carey, 1962-64 9. Henry Smith, 1970-71 10
 Arthur Johnson, 2001-04
 Doug Smith, 1988-91

13.6

Blocked Shots 1. Arthur Johnson, 2001-04 2. Laurence Bowers, 2009-13 3. Steve Stipanovich, 1980-83 4. Doug Smith, 1988-91 5. Travon Bryant, 2001-04 6. Jevon Crudup, 1991-94 7. Steve Moore, 2008-12 8. Gary Leonard, 1986-89 9. Chris Heller, 1990-91, 93-94 10. Ricardo Ratliffe, 2011-12

245 245 157 149 129 119 116 105 95 89 80

Blocked Shot Avg. 1. Arthur Johnson, 2001-04 2. Laurence Bowers, 2009-13 Ricardo Ratliffe, 2011-12 Steve Stipanovich, 1979-83
 Sammie Haley, 1994-96 6. Jevon Crudup, 1990-94 7. Dan Bingenheimer, 1984-86
 Doug Smith, 1987-91 9. Steve Moore, 2008-12 Travon Bryant, 2001-04 Chris Heller, 1990-94 Keith Ramsey, 2008-10

1.9 1.9 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.1 1.0 1.0 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.9

Assists 1. Phil Pressey, 2010-12 2. Anthony Peeler, 1989-92 3. Melvin Booker, 1991-94 4. Larry Drew, 1977-80 5. Lee Coward, 1987-90 6. Jason Horton, 2007-08 7. Jon Sundvold, 1980-83 8. Mike Sandbothe, 1986-89 9. Lynn Hardy, 1985-88 10. Jimmy McKinney, 2002-06

580 580 497 488 433 431 413 382 380 358 349

Assist Average 1. Phil Pressey, 2011-13 2. Stefhon Hannah, 2006-08 3. Anthony Peeler, 1989-92 4. Melvin Booker, 1991-94 5. Larry Drew, 1977-80 6. Lee Coward, 1987-90
 Jason Horton, 2004-08 8. Lynn Hardy, 1985-88 9. Jon Sundvold, 1980-83 10. Byron Irvin, 1987-89
 Mike Sandbothe, 1986-89

5.9 5.9 4.8 4.2 3.9 3.7 3.5 3.5 3.3 3.0 2.9 2.9

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13.6 11.7 10.1 10.0 9.8 9.4 9.2 8.5 8.4 8.2 8.2

Steals 1. Phil Pressey, 2010-13 Anthony Peeler, 1989-92 3. Brian Grawer, 1998-2001 4. Lynn Hardy, 1985-88 5. Marcus Denmon, 2008-12 Doug Smith, 1988-91 7. Mike Sandbothe, 1986-89 8. Jeff Hafer, 1997-2000 9. Clarence Gilbert, 1999-02 10. J.T. Tiller, 2006-10

196 196 196 195 194 178 178 172 169 167 166

Career Steal Avg. 1. Stefhon Hannah, 2006-08 2. Phil Pressey, 2011-13 3. Lynn Hardy, 1984-88 4. Anthony Peeler, 1988-92 5. Brian Grawer,1999-02 Zaire Taylor, 2008-10 7. Byron Irvin, 1987-89
 Jeff Hafer, 1997-00 9. Jevon Crudup, 1990-94
 Doug Smith, 1987-91

2.2 2.2 2.0 1.8 1.7 1.6 1.6 1.5 1.5 1.4 1.4

Games Played 1. Marcus Denmon, 2008-12 Kim English, 2008-12 3. Mike Sandbothe, 1986-89 4. Arthur Johnson, 2001-04
 Nathan Buntin, 1987-90
 Gary Leonard, 1986-89 7. Rickey Paulding, 2001-04 J.T. Tiller, 2006-10 9. Derrick Chievous, 1985-88 10. Laurence Bowers, 2009-13 Clarence Gilbert, 1999-2002 Kelly Thames, 1994-98
 Doug Smith, 1988-91
 Steve Stipanovich, 1980-83
 Jon Sundvold, 1980-83

141 141 141 134 132 132 132 131 131 130 128 128
 128 128 128 128

Personal Fouls 1. Doug Smith, 1988-91 2. Curtis Berry, 1978-81 3. Steve Stipanovich, 1980-83 4. Mike Sandbothe, 1986-89 5. Kelly Thames, 1994-98 6. Jeff Warren, 1990-93 7. Kim Anderson, 1974-77 8. Jevon Crudup, 1991-94 9. Jim Kennedy, 1974-77 10. J.T. Tiller, 2006-10

422 422 412 411 399 364 345 338 329 324 322

Minutes Played 1. Jon Sundvold, 1980-83 2. Derrick Chievous, 1985-88 3. Steve Stipanovich, 1980-83 4. Melvin Booker, 1991-94 5. Kelly Thames, 1994-98 6. Clarence Gilbert, 1999-2002 7. Jimmy McKinney, 2002-06 8. Doug Smith, 1988-91 9. Greg Cavener, 1982-85 10. Mike Sandbothe, 1986-89

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4,289 4,289 4,268 4,224 4,123 3,849 3,767 3,763 3,760 3,756 3,647


Freshman Class Records Points Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. Steve Stipanovich 1979-80 445 1. Jimmy McKinney 2002-03 124 2. Derrick Chievous 1984-85 418 2. Marcus Denmon 2008-09 112 3. Nathan Buntin 1986-87 402 3. Kim English 2008-09 110 4. Kelly Thames 1993-94 391 4. Kareem Rush 1999-00 108 5. Anthony Peeler 1988-89 362 5. Thomas Gardner 2003-04 99 6. Doug Smith 1987-88 338 6. Keon Lawrence 2006-07 98 7. Kareem Rush 1999-00 323 7. Jason Horton 2004-05 92 8. Arthur Johnson 2000-01 297 8. Clarence Gilbert 1998-99 88 9. Keon Lawrence 2006-07 291 9. Travis Ford 1989-90 80 10. Stan Ray 1975-76 283 10. Brian Grawer 1997-98 79 Scoring Average 1. Kareem Rush 1999-00 14.7 2. Steve Stipanovich 1979-80 14.4 3. Derrick Chievous 1984-85 13.1 4. Kelly Thames 1993-94 12.2 5. Jevon Crudup 1990-91 12.0 6. Nathan Buntin 1986-87 11.8 7. Doug Smith 1987-88 11.3 8. Linas Kleiza 2003-04 11.1 9. Anthony Peeler 1988-89 10.1 10. Keon Lawrence 2006-07 9.7

Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. Kareem Rush 1999-00 2. Kim English 2008-09 Jimmy McKinney 2002-03 4. Keon Lawrence 2006-07 5. Brian Grawer 1997-98 6. Marcus Denmon 2008-09 Jason Horton 2004-05 8. Thomas Gardner 2003-04 9. Phil Pressey 2010-11 10. Michael Dixon 2009-10

Field Goals Attempted 1. Nathan Buntin 1986-87 323 2. Steve Stipanovich 1979-80 301 3. Doug Smith 1987-88 288 4. Kelly Thames 1993-94 284 5. Derrick Chievous 1984-85 278 6. Stan Ray 1975-76 260 7. Anthony Peeler 1988-89 258 8. Arthur Johnson 2000-01 245 Keon Lawrence 2006-07 245 10. Jimmy McKinney 2002-03 222

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (min 50 att.) 1. Brian Grawer 1997-98 45.6 2. Kareem Rush 1999-00 42.6 3. Keon Lawrence 2006-07 38.8 4. Wesley Stokes 2000-01 38.6 5. Marshall Brown 2004-05 37.9 6. Kim English 2008-09 37.3 Josh Kroenke 1999-00 37.3 8. Jason Horton 2004-05 37.0 9. Phil Pressey 2010-11 36.1 10. Michael Dixon 2009-10 35.5

Field Goals Made 1. Steve Stipanovich 1979-80 180 2. Nathan Buntin 1986-87 168 3. Kelly Thames 1993-94 146 4. Doug Smith 1987-88 145 5. Derrick Chievous 1984-85 142 6. Anthony Peeler 1988-89 130 7. Arthur Johnson 2000-01 127 8. Stan Ray 1975-76 123 9. Kareem Rush 1999-00 109 10. Keon Lawrence 2006-07 106

Free Throws Attempted 1. Derrick Chievous 1984-85 168 2. Kelly Thames 1993-94 129 3. Steve Stipanovich 1979-80 127 4. Anthony Peeler 1988-89 118 5. Nathan Buntin 1986-87 116 6. Keyon Dooling 1998-99 110 7. Wesley Stokes 2000-01 105 8. Prince Bridges 1981-82 103 9. Gary Leonard 1985-86 80 10. Arthur Johnson 2000-01 79

Field Goal Percentage (min 150 att.) 1. Steve Stipanovich 1979-80 59.8 2. Jevon Crudup 1990-91 52.6 3. Nathan Buntin 1986-87 52.0 4. Arthur Johnson 2000-01 51.8 5. Kelly Thames 1993-94 51.4 6. Derrick Chievous 1984-85 51.1 7. Kareem Rush 1999-00 50.5 8. Anthony Peeler 1988-89 50.4 9. Doug Smith 1987-88 50.3 10. Stan Ray 1975-76 47.3

Free Throws Made 1. Derrick Chievous 1984-85 134 2. Kelly Thames 1993-94 94 3. Anthony Peeler 1988-89 89 4. Steve Stipanovich 1979-80 85 5. Keyon Dooling 1998-99 79 6. Prince Bridges 1981-82 75 7. Wesley Stokes 2000-01 73 8. Nathan Buntin 1986-87 66 9. Travis Ford 1989-90 60 10. Kareem Rush 1999-00 59

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Free Throw Percentage (min 50 att.) 1. Travis Ford 1989-90 89.6 2. Derrick Chievous 1984-85 79.8 3. Brian Grawer 1997-98 78.9 4. Keon Lawrence 2006-07 78.8 5. Jimmy McKinney 2002-03 77.9 6. Phil Pressey 2010-11 76.1 7. Kareem Rush 1999-00 75.6 8. Anthony Peeler 1988-89 75.4 9. Jon Sundvold 1979-80 74.6 Larry Drew 1976-77 74.6

Total Steals 1. Mike Sandbothe 1985-86 62 2. Phil Pressey 2010-11 61 3. Reggie Smith 1990-91 48 4. Brian Grawer 1997-98 45 5. Wesley Stokes 2000-01 38 6. Travis Ford 1989-90 36 Jeff Hafer 1996-97 36 Arthur Johnson 2000-01 36 9. Keon Lawrence 2006-07 35 10. Several Tied 34

Total Rebounds 1. Stan Ray 1975-76 258 2. Arthur Johnson 2000-01 257 3. Kelly Thames 1993-94 228 4. Steve Stipanovich 1979-80 199 5. Doug Smith 1987-88 197 6. Mike Sandbothe 1985-86 193 7. Derrick Chievous 1984-85 170 8. Nathan Buntin 1986-87 165 9. Linas Kleiza 2003-04 135 10. Anthony Peeler 1988-89 134

Steals Per Game 1. Phil Pressey 2010-11 2.0 2. Mike Sandbothe 1985-86 1.8 3. Jevon Crudup 1990-91 1.6 Reggie Smith 1990-91 1.6 5. Brian Grawer 1997-98 1.5 6. Jeff Hafer 1996-97 1.4 7. Kareem Rush 1999-00 1.3 8. Travis Ford 1989-90 1.2 Keon Lawrence 2006-07 1.2 Wesley Stokes 2000-01 1.2 Clarence Gilbert 1998-99 1.2

Rebounds Per Game 1. Linas Kleiza 2003-04 8.4 2. Stan Ray 1975-76 8.3 3. Arthur Johnson 2000-01 7.8 4. Jevon Crudup 1990-91 7.1 Kelly Thames 1993-94 7.1 6. Doug Smith 1987-88 6.6 7. Steve Stipanovich 1979-80 6.4 8. Mike Sandbothe 1985-86 5.5 9. Derrick Chievous 1984-85 5.3 10. Nathan Buntin 1986-87 4.9 Total Assists 1. Phil Pressey 2010-11 117 2. Jimmy McKinney 2002-03 109 3. Melvin Booker 1990-91 105 Travis Ford 1989-90 105 5. Jason Horton 2004-05 103 6. Prince Bridges 1981-82 102 Anthony Peeler 1988-89 102 8. Mike Sandbothe 1985-86 93 9. Keyon Dooling 1998-99 85 10. Shawn Teague 1980-81 81

Total Blocks 1. Arthur Johnson 2000-01 65 2. Doug Smith 1987-88 34 3. Tate Decker 1996-97 24 4. Nathan Buntin 1986-87 19 5. Kalen Grimes 2004-05 18 6. Gary Leonard 1985-86 17 Mike Sandbothe 1985-86 17 8. Kelly Thames 1993-94 16 Kevin Young 2002-03 16 Pat Schumacher 1998-99 16 Blocks Per Game 1. Arthur Johnson 2000-01 2.0 2. Doug Smith 1987-88 1.1 3. Jevon Crudup 1990-91 0.9 Tate Decker 1996-97 0.9 5. Travon Bryant 2000-01 0.6 Nathan Buntin 1986-87 0.6 Pat Schumacher 1998-99 0.6 8. Several Tied 0.5

Assists Per Game 1. Phil Pressey 2010-11 3.9 2. Melvin Booker 1990-91 3.5 Travis Ford 1989-90 3.5 4. Jimmy McKinney 2002-03 3.4 4. Prince Bridges 1981-82 3.3 5. Jason Horton 2004-05 3.2 6. Keyon Dooling 1998-99 3.0 7. Larry Drew 1976-77 2.8 Anthony Peeler 1988-89 2.8 9. Mike Sandbothe 1985-86 2.7 Reggie Smith 1990-91 2.7

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Sophomore Class Records Points Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. Derrick Chievous 1985-86 640 1. Clarence Gilbert 1999-00 233 2. Kareem Rush 2000-01 549 2. Thomas Gardner 2004-05 196 3. Linas Kleiza 2004-05 530 3. Kim English 2009-10 184 4. Anthony Peeler 1989-90 522 4. Matt Lawrence 2006-07 183 5. Doug Smith 1988-89 502 5. Keyon Dooling 1999-00 170 6. Kim English 2009-10 475 6. Marcus Denmon 2009-10 167 7. Keyon Dooling 1999-00 473 7. Kareem Rush 2000-01 154 8. Jevon Crudup 1991-92 460 8. Jabari Brown 2012-13 153 9. Jon Sundvold 1980-81 441 9. Brian Grawer 1998-99 129 10. Arthur Johnson 2001-02 439 10. Linas Kleiza 2004-05 113 Ricky Paulding 2001-02 113 Scoring Average Jason Sutherland 1994-95 113 1. Kareem Rush 2000-01 21.1 2. Derrick Chievous 1985-86 18.8 Three-Point Field Goals Made 3. Anthony Peeler 1989-90 16.8 1. Clarence Gilbert 1999-00 88 4. Linas Kleiza 2004-05 16.1 2. Matt Lawrence 2006-07 81 5. Jevon Crudup 1991-92 15.3 3. Kareem Rush 2000-01 69 Keyon Dooling 1999-00 15.3 4. Kim English 2009-10 68 7. Donald Tomlinson 1967-68 15.2 Marcus Denmon 2009-10 68 8. John Brown 1970-71 14.9 6. Brian Grawer 1998-99 64 9. Kim English 2009-10 14.0 7. Keyon Dooling 1999-00 59 10. Kim Anderson 1974-75 13.9 8. Jabari Brown 2012-13 56 Field Goals Attempted 9. Thomas Gardner 2004-05 53 1. Doug Smith 1988-89 455 10. Rickey Paulding 2001-02 50 2. Kareem Rush 2000-01 434 Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (min 50 att.) 3. Derrick Chievous 1985-86 433 1. Lee Coward 1987-88 52.7 4. Anthony Peeler 1989-90 413 2. Brian Grawer 1998-99 49.6 5. Linas Kleiza 2004-05 409 3. Derek Grimm 1994-95 47.5 6. Kim English 2009-10 397 4. Kareem Rush 2000-01 44.8 7. Clarence Gilbert 1999-00 378 5. Matt Lawrence 2006-07 44.3 8. Keyon Dooling 1999-00 373 6. Rickey Paulding 2001-02 44.2 9. Jevon Crudup 1991-92 357 7. Melvin Booker 1991-92 43.5 10. Jon Sundvold 1980-81 350 8. Marcus Denmon 2009-10 40.7 Field Goals Made 9. Jason Sutherland 1994-95 38.9 1. Derrick Chievous 1985-86 227 10. Michael Dixon 2010-11 38.8 2. Doug Smith 1988-89 217 3. Kareem Rush 2000-01 192 Free Throws Attempted 4. Arthur Johnson 2001-02 188 1. Derrick Chievous 1985-86 232 5. Anthony Peeler 1989-90 184 2. Linas Kleiza 2004-05 231 6. Jevon Crudup 1991-92 181 3. Donald Tomlinson 1967-68 202 7. Jon Sundvold 1980-81 178 4. Anthony Peeler 1989-90 169 8. Linas Kleiza 2004-05 165 5. Keyon Dooling 1999-00 167 9. Ricky Frazier 1979-80 160 6. Steve Stipanovich 1980-81 162 10. Kim English 2009-10 156 7. Al Eberhard 1971-72 157 8. Kelly Thames 1995-96 154 Field Goal Percentage (min 150 att.) 9. Jevon Crudup 1991-92 142 1. Mark Dressler 1979-80 63.6 10. Several Tied 132 2. Ricky Frazier 1979-80 63.5 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Greg Cavener Travon Bryant Laurence Bowers Arthur Johnson Lynn Hardy John Brown Curtis Berry Nathan Buntin

1982-83 2001-02 2009-10 2001-02 1985-86 1970-71 1978-79 1987-88

58.0 57.6 55.5 55.1 54.7 54.6 53.8 53.4

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Free Throws Made 1. Derrick Chievous 1985-86 186 2. Linas Kleiza 2004-05 169 3. Donald Tomlinson 1967-68 136 4. Anthony Peeler 1989-90 130 5. Keyon Dooling 1999-00 124 6. Al Eberhard 1971-72 120 Steve Stipanovich 1980-81 120 8. Kelly Thames 1995-96 119 9. Ricky Frazier 1979-80 107 10. Several Tied 96

Assists Per Game 1. Phil Pressey 2011-12 6.4 2. Anthony Peeler 1989-90 5.8 3. Jason Horton 2005-06 4.5 4. Lee Coward 1987-88 4.2 5. Wesley Stokes 2001-02 4.1 6. Lynn Hardy 1985-86 4.0 7. Melvin Booker 1991-92 3.9 8. Keyon Dooling 1999-00 3.6 9. Mike Sandbothe 1986-87 3.4 Jon Sundvold 1980-81 3.4

Free Throw Percentage (min 50 att.) 1. Jon Sundvold 1980-81 88.9 2. Jimmy McKinney 2003-04 84.9 3. Jason Sutherland 1994-95 83.8 4. Stephen Wallace 1978-79 83.3 5. Thomas Gardner 2004-05 83.1 6. Michael Dixon 2010-11 82.5 7. Ricky Frazier 1979-80 81.1 8. Mike Jeffries 1970-71 80.4 9. Derrick Chievous 1985-86 80.2 10. Kareem Rush 2000-01 80.0

Total Steals 1. Phil Pressey 2011-12 74 Lynn Hardy 1985-86 74 3. Anthony Peeler 1989-90 63 4. Brian Grawer 1998-99 61 5. Michael Dixon 2010-11 56 6. Mike Sandbothe 1986-87 50 7. Jevon Crudup 1991-92 49 8. Kim English 2009-10 45 Clarence Gilbert 1999-00 45 10. Keyon Dooling 1999-00 44

Total Rebounds 1. Greg Cavener 1982-83 292 2. Arthur Johnson 2001-02 286 3. Derrick Chievous 1985-86 262 4. Linas Kleiza 2004-05 250 Doug Smith 1988-89 250 6. Jevon Crudup 1991-92 246 7. Al Eberhard 1971-72 242 8. Steve Stipanovich 1980-81 237 9. Curtis Berry 1978-79 224 10. George Flamank 1963-64 209

Steals Per Game 1. Phil Pressey 2011-12 2.1 Brian Grawer 1998-99 2.1 Lynn Hardy 1985-86 2.1 4. Anthony Peeler 1989-90 2.0 5. Michael Dixon 2010-11 1.8 6. Jevon Crudup 1991-92 1.6 Jason Horton 2005-06 1.6 8. Clarence Gilbert 1999-00 1.5 Mike Sandbothe 1986-87 1.5 10. Keyon Dooling 1999-00 1.4 Jeff Hafer 1997-98 1.4

Rebounds Per Game 1. Curtis Berry 1978-79 9.0 Al Eberhard 1971-72 9.0 3. George Flamank 1963-64 8.7 4. Greg Cavener 1982-83 8.6 5. Kim Anderson 1974-75 8.5 6. Jevon Crudup 1991-92 8.2 7. Arthur Johnson 2001-02 7.9 8. John Brown 1970-71 7.7 Derrick Chievous 1985-86 7.7 10. Linas Kleiza 2004-05 7.6 Total Assists 1. Phil Pressey 2011-12 223 2. Anthony Peeler 1989-90 179 3. Wesley Stokes 2001-02 147 4. Lynn Hardy 1985-86 139 5. Jason Horton 2005-06 121 6. Melvin Booker 1991-92 118 7. Lee Coward 1987-88 117 Mike Sandbothe 1986-87 117 9. Michael Dixon 2010-11 113 Keyon Dooling 1999-00 113

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Total Blocks 1. Arthur Johnson 2001-02 71 2. Laurence Bowers 2009-10 48 3. Chris Heller 1990-91 31 4. Greg Cavener 1982-83 27 5. Jevon Crudup 1991-92 25 Doug Smith 1988-89 25 7. Gary Leonard 1986-87 24 8. Leo Lyons 2006-07 22 9. Kareem Rush 2000-01 21 10. Travon Bryant 2001-02 20 Ricky Frazier 1979-80 20 Blocks Per Game 1. Arthur Johnson 2001-02 2.0 2. Laurence Bowers 2009-10 1.4 3. Chris Heller 1990-91 1.2 4. Greg Cavener 1982-83 0.8 Jevon Crudup 1991-92 0.8 Gary Leonard 1986-87 0.8 Kareem Rush 2000-01 0.8 8. Curtis Berry 1978-79 0.7 Leo Lyons 2006-07 0.7 Doug Smith 1988-89 0.7

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Junior Class Records Points Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. Derrick Chievous 1986-87 821 1. Clarence Gilbert 2000-01 277 2. Kareem Rush 2001-02 712 2. Kareem Rush 2001-02 274 3. Doug Smith 1989-90 635 3. Ricky Clemons 2002-03 258 4. Willie Smith 1974-75 604 4. Thomas Gardner 2005-06 237 5. John Brown 1971-72 586 5. Mark Atkins 1992-93 212 6. Marcus Denmon 2010-11 574 6. Matt Lawrence 2007-08 207 7. Rickey Paulding 2002-03 573 7. Rickey Paulding 2002-03 193 8. Thomas Gardner 2005-06 551 8. Marcus Denmon 2010-11 183 9. Jeff Strong 1984-85 537 9. John Woods 1997-98 171 10. Arthur Johnson 2002-03 532 10. Lee Coward 1988-89 154 Scoring Average 1. Derrick Chievous 1986-87 24.1 2. Willie Smith 1974-75 22.4 3. John Brown 1971-72 21.7 4. Ronnie Coleman 1965-66 21.3 5. Kareem Rush 2001-02 19.8 Doug Smith 1989-90 19.8 7. Thomas Gardner 2005-06 19.7 8. Bill Reiter 1953-54 19.6 9. Anthony Peeler 1990-91 19.4 10. Charles Henke 1959-60 19.3

Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. Kareem Rush 2001-02 2. Clarence Gilbert 2000-01 3. Thomas Gardner 2005-06 4. Ricky Clemons 2002-03 5. Marcus Denmon 2010-11 6. Mark Atkins 1992-93 7. Rickey Paulding 2002-03 8. Matt Lawrence 2007-08 9. Jason Sutherland 1995-96 10. John Woods 1997-98

Field Goals Attempted 1. Kareem Rush 2001-02 585 2. Willie Smith 1974-75 533 3. Derrick Chievous 1986-87 522 4. Clarence Gilbert 2000-01 472 5. Ronnie Coleman 1965-66 464 6. Ken Doughty 1961-62 462 Doug Smith 1989-90 462 8. Joe Scott 1959-60 452 9. Arthur Johnson 2002-03 450 10. Rickey Paulding 2002-03 442

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (min 100 att.) 1. Jason Sutherland 1995-96 46.6 2. Marcus Denmon 2010-11 44.8 3. Kareem Rush 2001-02 40.5 4. Thomas Gardner 2005-06 39.7 5. Derek Grimm 1995-96 39.4 6. Stefhon Hannah 2006-07 39.1 7. Lee Coward 1988-89 39.0 8. Rickey Paulding 2002-03 38.9 9. John Woods 1997-98 38.6 10. Mark Atkins 1992-93 38.2

Field Goals Made 1. Derrick Chievous 1986-87 282 2. Doug Smith 1989-90 260 3. Kareem Rush 2001-02 249 Willie Smith 1974-75 249 5. Arthur Johnson 2002-03 222 6. John Brown 1971-72 212 7. Jeff Strong 1984-85 205 8. Marcus Denmon 2010-11 199 Rickey Paulding 2002-03 199 10. Ricky Frazier 1980-81 198 Field Goal Percentage (min 150 att.) 1. Jeff Warren 1991-92 62.8 2. Curtis Berry 1979-80 61.6 3. Leo Lyons 2007-08 58.3 4. Clay Johnson 1976-77 57.5 5. Doug Smith 1989-90 56.3 6. John Brown 1971-72 55.8 7. Gary Link 1972-73 54.9 8. Ricky Frazier 1980-81 54.8 9. Doug Johnson 1968-69 54.1 10. Derrick Chievous 1986-87 54.0

111 102 94 88 82 81 75 72 69 66

Free Throws Attempted 1. Derrick Chievous 1986-87 302 2. Donald Tomlinson 1968-69 250 3. Charles Henke 1959-60 234 4. John Brown 1971-72 215 5. Ronnie Coleman 1965-66 203 6. Malcolm Thomas 1983-84 176 7. Melvin Booker 1992-93 175 Ricky Frazier 1980-81 175 9. Kelly Thames 1996-97 167 10. Several Tied 161

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Free Throws Made 1. Derrick Chievous 1986-87 244 2. Donald Tomlinson 1968-69 165 3. Charles Henke 1959-60 164 4. John Brown 1971-72 162 5. Ronnie Coleman 1965-66 150 6. Melvin Booker 1992-93 143 7. Kelly Thames 1996-97 127 8. Al Eberhard 1972-73 125 Ricky Frazier 1980-81 125 10. Jim Kennedy 1975-76 120 Free Throw Percentage (min 50 att.) 1. Brian Grawer 1999-00 90.5 2. Derek Grimm 1995-96 88.5 3. Orv Salmon 1971-72 88.1 4. Michael Dixon 2011-12 87.9 5. Jason Sutherland 1995-96 87.7 6. Jon Sundvold 1981-82 87.1 7. Al Eberhard 1972-73 85.6 8. Norm Stewart 1954-55 83.0 9. Melvin Booker 1992-93 81.7 Lynn Hardy 1986-87 81.7 Total Rebounds 1. Arthur Johnson 2002-03 316 2. Doug Smith 1989-90 295 3. Derrick Chievous 1986-87 291 4. Charles Henke 1959-60 287 5. John Brown 1971-72 283 6. Jevon Crudup 1992-93 273 7. Greg Cavener 1983-84 260 8. Albert White 1997-98 252 9. Al Eberhard 1972-73 251 10. Steve Stipanovich 1981-82 248 Rebounds Per Game 1. Eugene Jones 1966-67 11.8 2. Charles Henke 1959-60 11.5 3. John Brown 1971-72 10.5 4. Arthur Johnson 2002-03 9.6 5. Al Abram 1956-57 9.3 Al Eberhard 1972-73 9.3 7. Doug Smith 1989-90 9.2 8. Malcolm Thomas 1983-84 9.0 9. Greg Cavener 1983-84 8.7 Albert White 1997-98 8.7 Total Assists 1. Phil Pressey 2012-13 240 2. Lee Coward 1989-90 164 3. J.T. Tiller 2008-09 138 4. Stefhon Hannah 2006-07 137 5. Zaire Taylor 2008-09 128 6. Melvin Booker 1992-93 122 7. Ricky Clemons 2002-03 121 Larry Drew 1978-79 121 9. Reggie Smith 1992-93 118 10. Lynn Hardy 1986-87 117

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Assists Per Game 1. Phil Pressey 2012-13 7.1 2. Anthony Peeler 1990-91 5.0 3. Stefhon Hannah 2006-07 4.6 4. Lee Coward 1989-90 4.4 5. Larry Drew 1978-79 4.3 6. Reggie Smith 1992-93 3.9 7. Ricky Clemons 2002-03 3.8 8. Melvin Booker 1992-93 3.7 9. J.T. Tiller 2008-09 3.6 10. Clarence Gilbert 2000-01 3.5 Total Steals 1. Lynn Hardy 1986-87 76 2. Stefhon Hannah 2006-07 72 3. J.T. Tiller 2008-09 68 4. Phil Pressey 2012-13 61 Marcus Denmon 2010-11 61 6. Zaire Taylor 2008-09 55 7. Ricky Clemons 2002-03 49 8. Jevon Crudup 1992-93 49 9. Melvin Booker 1992-93 46 Jamal Coleman 1990-91 46 Steals Per Game 1. Stefhon Hannah 2006-07 2.4 2. Lynn Hardy 1986-87 2.2 3. Phil Pressey 2012-13 1.8 Marcus Denmon 2010-11 1.8 Anthony Peeler 1990-91 1.8 J.T. Tiller 2008-09 1.8 7. Jeff Hafer 1998-99 1.7 8. Larry Drew 1978-79 1.6 9. Ricky Clemons 2002-03 1.5 Jamal Coleman 1990-91 1.5 Jevon Crudup 1992-93 1.5 Brian Grawer 1999-00 1.5 Total Blocks 1. Laurence Bowers 2010-11 62 2. Arthur Johnson 2002-03 61 3. Sammie Haley 1994-95 49 4. Ricardo Ratliffe 2010-11 45 5. Travon Bryant 2002-03 41 6. Jevon Crudup 1992-93 37 7. Kalen Grimes 2006-07 35 8. Monte Hardge 1997-98 34 Steve Stipanovich 1981-82 34 10. Steve Moore 2010-11 32 Chris Heller 1992-93 32 Blocks Per Game 1. Laurence Bowers 2010-11 1.8 Sammie Haley 1994-95 1.8 Arthur Johnson 2002-03 1.8 4. Ricardo Ratliffe 2010-11 1.3 5. Travon Bryant 2002-03 1.2 Kalen Grimes 2006-07 1.2 7. Jevon Crudup 1992-93 1.1 Monte Hardge 1997-98 1.1 Steve Stipanovich 1981-82 1.1 10. Chris Heller 1992-93 1.0

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Senior Class Records Points Three-Point Field Goals Attempted 1. Willie Smith 1975-76 783 1. Clarence Gilbert 2001-02 308 2. Doug Smith 1990-91 709 2. Marcus Demon 2011-12 243 3. Byron Irvin 1988-89 708 3. Paul O’Liney 1994-95 202 4. Derrick Chievous 1987-88 701 4. Matt Lawrence 2008-09 201 5. Anthony Peeler 1991-92 678 5. Mark Atkins 1993-94 200 6. DeMarre Carroll 2008-09 629 6. Jason Sutherland 1996-97 180 7. Steve Stipanovich 1982-83 626 7. Brian Grawer 2000-01 174 8. Marcus Denmon 2011-12 619 8. Kim English 2011-12 170 9. Clarence Gilbert 2001-02 611 9. Melvin Booker 1993-94 163 10. Charles Henke 1960-61 591 10. Rickey Paulding 2003-04 158 Scoring Average Three-Point Field Goals Made 1. Willie Smith 1975-76 25.3 1. Clarence Gilbert 2001-02 118 2. Charles Henke 1960-61 24.6 2. Marcus Demon 2011-12 99 3. Norm Stewart 1965-66 24.1 3. Matt Lawrence 2008-09 82 4. Doug Smith 1990-91 23.6 4. Paul O’Liney 1994-95 79 5. Derrick Chievous 1987-88 23.4 5. Kim English 2011-12 78 Anthony Peeler 1991-92 23.4 6. Jason Sutherland 1996-97 72 7. Henry Smith 1969-70 22.3 7. Mark Atkins 1993-94 71 8. John Brown 1972-73 21.0 Brian Grawer 2000-01 71 9. Ronnie Coleman 1966-67 20.4 9. Melvin Booker 1993-94 66 Lionel Smith 1956-57 20.4 10. Anthony Peeler 1991-92 55 Field Goals Attempted 1. Willie Smith 1975-76 636 Three-Point Field Goal Percentage (min 100 att.) 2. Doug Smith 1990-91 553 1. Kim English 2011-12 45.9 3. Clarence Gilbert 2001-02 503 2. Anthony Peeler 1991-92 41.7 4. Derrick Chievous 1987-88 477 3. Derek Grimm 1996-97 41.5 5. Anthony Peeler 1991-92 475 4. John McIntyre 1989-90 41.3 6. Ronnie Coleman 1966-67 464 5. Brian Grawer 2000-01 40.8 Norm Stewart 1965-66 464 Matt Lawrence 2008-09 40.8 8. Henry Smith 1969-70 463 7. Marcus Demon 2011-12 40.7 9. Bob Price 1962-63 461 8. Melvin Booker 1993-94 40.5 10. Charles Henke 1960-61 456 9. Jason Sutherland 1996-97 40.0 Field Goals Made 10. Paul O’Liney 1994-95 39.1 1. Willie Smith 1975-76 300 Free Throws Attempted 2. Doug Smith 1990-91 275 1. Derrick Chievous 1987-88 261 3. DeMarre Carroll 2008-09 246 Steve Stipanovich 1982-83 246 2. Byron Irvin 1988-89 259 5. Derrick Chievous 1987-88 242 3. Leo Lyons 2008-09 245 6. Henry Smith 1969-70 238 4. Anthony Peeler 1991-92 232 7. Bryon Irvin 1988-89 227 5. Willie Smith 1975-76 230 8. Jon Sundvold 1982-83 225 6. Paul O’Liney 1994-95 213 9. Charles Henke 1960-61 222 7. Charles Henke 1960-61 205 10. John Brown 1972-73 221 8. Dan Bingenheimer 1985-86 198 Field Goal Percentage (min 150 att.) Lionel Smith 1956-57 198 1. Ricardo Ratliffe 2011-12 69.3 Kelly Thames 1997-98 198 2. Greg Chruch 1988-89 65.3 3. Alex Oriakhi 2012-13 63.9 4. Ricky Frazier 1981-82 61.3 5. Jeff Warren 1992-93 59.9 6. Gary Leonard 1988-89 59.3 7. Keith Ramsey 2009-10 57.2 8. Greg Cavener 1984-85 56.4 9. DeMarre Carroll 2008-09 55.8 10. Curtis Berry 1980-81 55.2

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Free Throws Made 1. Bryon Irvin 1988-89 214 2. Derrick Chievous 1987-88 200 3. Anthony Peeler 1991-92 187 4. Willie Smith 1975-76 183 5. Leo Lyons 2008-09 182 6. Paul O’Liney 1994-95 172 7. Doug Smith 1990-91 156 8. Lionel Smith 1956-57 155 Kelly Thames 1997-98 155 10. Dan Bingenheimer 1985-86 152

Assists Per Game 1. Stefhon Hannah 2007-08 5.3 2. Larry Drew 1979-80 5.0 3. Scott Sims 1976-77 4.9 4. Melvin Booker 1993-94 4.5 5. Anthony Peeler 1991-92 3.9 6. Jon Sundvold 1982-83 3.6 Corey Tate 1996-97 3.6 8. Greg Cavener 1984-85 3.4 Lee Coward 1989-90 3.4 Lamont Frazier 1993-94 3.4

Free Throw Percentage (min 50 att.) 1. Marcus Denmon 2011-12 89.6 2. Ron Coleman 1966-67 87.3 3. Jon Sundvold 1982-83 86.8 4. Keion Bell 2012-13 86.6 5. Jason Sutherland 1996-97 84.0 6. Brian Grawer 2000-01 83.6 7. Kenneth Doughty 1962-63 83.3 8. Doug Johnson 1969-70 83.1 9. Corey Tate 1996-97 82.8 10. Byron Irvin 1988-89 82.6

Total Steals 1. Byron Irvin 1988-89 64 Doug Smith 1990-91 64 3. Zaire Taylor 2009-10 63 4. Anthony Peeler 1991-92 62 5. DeMarre Carroll 2008-09 59 Keith Ramsey 2009-10 55 7. Marcus Denmon 2011-12 54 8. Clarence Gilbert 2001-02 50 J.T. Tiller 2009-10 50 10. Jeff Hafer 1999-00 48

Total Rebounds 1. Al Eberhard 1973-74 313 2. Doug Smith 1990-91 311 3. Nathan Buntin 1989-90 304 4. Steve Stipanovich 1982-83 300 5. John Brown 1972-73 298 6. Alex Oriakhi 2012-13 286 7. Ned Monsees 1964-65 284 8. Eugene Jones 1967-68 277 9. DeMarre Carroll 2008-09 273 10. Ricardo Ratliffe 2011-12 261

Steals Per Game 1. Anthony Peeler 1991-92 2.1 Doug Smith 1990-91 2.1 3. Zaire Taylor 2009-10 1.9 Stefhon Hannah 2007-08 1.9 5. Byron Irvin 1988-89 1.8 6. J.T. Tiller 2009-10 1.6 Keith Ramsey 2009-10 1.6 DeMarre Carroll 2008-09 1.6 Jeff Hafer 1999-00 1.6 10. Marcus Denmon 2011-12 1.5 Derrick Chievous 1987-88 1.5

Rebounds Per Game 1. Al Eberhard 1973-74 12.0 2. Ned Monsees 1964-65 11.8 3. John Brown 1972-73 11.0 4. Bill Flamank 1974-75 10.8 Charles Henke 1960-61 10.8 6. Eugene Jones 1967-68 10.7 Norm Stewart 1965-66 10.7 8. Doug Smith 1990-91 10.4 9. Ray Bob Carey 1963-64 9.9 10. Charles Denny 1955-56 9.7

Total Blocks 1. Steve Stipanovich 1982-83 56 2. Alex Oriakhi 2012-13 54 3. Arthur Johnson 2003-04 48 4. Dan Bingenheimer 1985-86 46 5. Travon Bryant 2003-04 45 6. Gary Leonard 1988-89 42 7. Doug Smith 1990-91 42 8. Steve Moore 2011-12 41 Jevon Crudup 1993-94 41 10. Keith Ramsey 2009-10 38

Total Assists 1. Larry Drew 1979-80 156 2. Melvin Booker 1993-94 143 3. Scott Sims 1976-77 142 4. Jon Sundvold 1982-83 123 5. Mike Sandbothe 1988-89 117 6. Byron Irvin 1988-89 115 7. Clarence Gilbert 2001-02 114 8. Anthony Peeler 1991-92 112 9. Greg Cavener 1984-85 106 10. Several Tied 105

Blocks Per Game 1. Alex Oriakhi 2012-13 1.6 Arthur Johnson 2003-04 1.6 Steve Stipanovich 1982-83 1.6 4. Travon Bryant 2003-04 1.5 5. Doug Smith 1990-91 1.4 6. Dan Bingenheimer 1985-86 1.3 7. Jevon Crudup 1993-94 1.3 8. Laurence Bowers 2012-13 1.2 9. Steve Moore 2011-12 1.1 Keith Ramsey 2009-10 1.1 Simeon Haley 1995-96 1.1 10. Gary Leonard 1988-89 1.1

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Team Single Game Records Points Scored 1. 129, 12-30-87 vs. Alabama St. 2. 125, 1-22-91 vs. Alaska-Fairbanks 3.
 119, 12-30-89 vs. Kearney St.
 119, 1-23-88 vs. Iowa St. 5. 118, 1-9-91 vs. Prairie View A&M 6.
 117, 12-6-01 vs. Southern
 117, 12-2-95 vs. Chicago St. 8. 116, 12-18-10 vs. Central Arkansas 9. 114, 12-21-88 vs. Southern 10.
 113, 12-11-91 vs. Nebraska-Kearney
 113, 12-17-88 vs. Ohio 12.
 112, 1-13-01 vs. Iowa St.
 112, 1-15-79 vs. Northern Arizona 14.
 111, 12-30-96 vs. Southern
 111, 1-13-90 at Nebraska 16.
 109, 3-19-94 vs. Wisconsin (NCAA)
 109, 12-6-69 vs. Indiana 18.
 108, 12-22-93 vs. Illinois
 108, 3-19-89 vs. Texas (NCAA) 20. 107, 1-14-09 vs. Colorado 107, 12-27-08 vs. SIU-Edwardsville 107, 2-10-90 vs. Nebraska 23.
106, 12-5-09 vs. Oregon 106, 12-21-03 vs. UNC-Greensboro
 106, 11-29-01 vs. Jackson St.
 106, 11-26-94 vs. Chicago St.
 106, 1-10-90 vs. Southern
 106, 12-6-89 vs. Hawaii Loa
 106, 1-12-76 vs. MacMurray 30. 105, 2-9-89 at Oklahoma
 105, 1-21-89 vs. Oklahoma St.
 105, 12-16-87 vs. Virginia Tech
 105, 1-29-83 vs. Nebraska-Omaha
 105, 12-5-75 vs. Baylor 105, 12-13-69 vs. Northern Michigan

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Field Goals Attempted 1. 99, 12-28-62 vs. Oklahoma 2. 93, 3-8-75 at Colorado 3. 91, 1-22-91 vs. Alaska-Fairbanks 4. 90, 1-13-01 vs. Iowa St. 5. 86, 12-15-70 vs. Washington Univ. (Mo.) 6.
 85, 1-18-75 at Kansas
 85, 12-30-89 vs. Kearney St. 8.

 84, 12-8-75 at Rice
 84, 1-26-74 at Colorado
 84, 12-11-91 vs. Nebraska-Kearney

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Field Goals Made 1. 54, 12-30-87 vs. Alabama St. 2. 51, 1-22-91 vs. Alaska-Fairbanks 3.
 47, 1-9-91 vs. Prairie View A&M
 47, 12-20-89 vs. Kearney St. 5.

 45, 12-18-10 vs. Central Arkansas 45, 1-23-88 vs. Iowa St.
 45, 1-12-76 vs. MacMurray
 45, 12-27-72 vs. Colorado 9.
 44, 12-2-95 vs. Chicago St. 44, 1-10-90 vs. Southern

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Field Goal Percentage .754 1. .754 (43-57), 12-6-89 vs. Hawaii Loa 2. .732 (41-56), 2-16-82 vs. Iowa St. 3. .718 (28-39), 1-2-82 vs. Notre Dame 4. .696 (32-46), 2-28-13 at South Carolina 5. .690 (29-42), 2-18-81 at Oklahoma State 6. .679 (36-53), 12-6-69 vs. Indiana 7.
 .675 (54-80), 12-30-87 vs. Alabama State
 .675 (27-40), 1-24-87 vs. Colorado 9.
 .674 (31-46), 1-5-87 at St. Bonaventure
 .674 (31-46), 1-11-86 at Iowa St. Three-Point Field Goals Attempted** 37 1. 37, 11-24-09 vs. Chattanooga 37, 2-23-02 at Colorado 3.

 36, 3-22-03 vs. Marquette (NCAA)
 36, 2-18-03 vs. Nebraska
 36, 2-28-98 vs. Kansas St. 6. 33, 3-5-00 at Kansas
 33, 2-19-00 at Kansas St. 8. 32, 11-27-11 vs. Binghamton 32, 2-10-04 at Colorado
 32, 11-21-02 vs. Iowa
 32, 1-13-01 vs. Iowa St.
 32, 12-16-00 at Iowa
 32, 3-1-00 vs. Nebraska
 32, 2-21-00 vs. Oklahoma St.
 32, 2-15-00 at Texas Tech Three-Point Field Goals Made** 1. 20, 2-23-02 at Colorado 2. 18, 11-24-09 vs. Chattanooga 3. 17, 1-30-10 vs. Oklahoma State 17, 12-6-02 vs. Southern 5.


 15, 3-22-03 vs. Marquette (NCAA)
 15, 11-27-99 vs. Morgan St.
 15, 2-28-98 vs. Kansas St.
 15, 2-9-97 vs. Wake Forest 9. 14, 2-11-12 vs. Baylor 14, 3-8-01 vs. Texas A&M
 14, 1-13-01 vs. Iowa St.
 14, 3-5-00 at Kansas
 14, 2-19-00 at Kansas St.
 14, 2-15-00 at Texas Tech Personal Fouls 1.
 38, 12-22-93 vs. Illinois
 38, 12-22-75 at Hawaii 3. 36, 2-6-52 at Kansas St. 4.
 34, 12-30-66 vs. Oklahoma St.
 34, 12-16-00 at Iowa 6.

 33, 1-9-54 at Kansas
 33, 2-16-53 at Iowa St.
 33, 1-19-53 at Nebraska 9. 32, 11 times

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Haith / Nixon Missouri Governor Jay Nixon and Head Coach Frank Haith talk before Mizzou and Missouri Southern participated in the One State, One Spirit Classic. The national TV event helped raise funding and awareness for the victims of the deadly May 22, 2011, tornado in Joplin, Mo. Assists 37 Rebounds 74 1. 37, 12-30-87 vs. Alabama St. 1. 74, 12-28-62 vs. Oklahoma 2.
 33, 12-18-10 vs. Central Arkansas 2. 68, 1-12-76 vs. MacMurray 33, 12-30-89 vs. Kearney St.
 3. 67, 12-1-59 vs. Washington Univ. (Mo.) 33, 1-9-91 vs. Prairie View A&M 4. 66, 3-6-65 at Kansas St. 5. 32, 11-10-2006 vs. N.C. A&T 5. 65, 1-20-73 vs. Kansas 32, 1-22-91 vs. Alaska-Fairbanks 6. 64, 12-5-66 at Indiana 7.
 31, 11-19-96 vs. Mercer
 7. 63, 12-15-66 vs. Rutgers 31, 12-6-89 vs. Hawaii Loa 8. 62, 8 times 9.
 30, 12-22-93 vs. Illinois
 Steals 24 30, 1-10-90 vs. Southern 1. 24, 11-24-09 vs. Chattanooga Free Throws Attempted 56 2. 23, 12-3-91 vs. Florida A&M 1. 56, 2-5-57 vs. Oklahoma 3. 20, 1-24-09 vs. Texas Tech 2.
 55, 1-13-96 vs. George Washington
 20, 12-30-06 vs. Southern 55, 12-8-73 vs. Texas-El Paso 20, 1-29-00 vs. Texas A&M 4.
 54, 12-13-71 vs. St. Francis (Pa.)
 6. 19, 11-25-91 vs. Canisius 54, 12-3-60 vs. Arkansas 7. 18, 11-20-10 vs. North Florida 6.

 53, 12-22-83 vs. Michigan St.
 18, 12-12-09 vs. Fairleigh Dickinson 53, 2-13-60 at Kansas St.
 18, 11-13-99 vs. Jackson St.
 53, 1-15-55 at Kansas St. 18, 12-30-91 vs. Texas-Pan American
 9. 52, 1-9-54 at Kansas 18, 12-11-91 vs. Nebraska-Kearney 10. 51, 12-6-69 vs. Indiana Free Throws Made 1. 42, 12-8-73 vs. Texas-El Paso 2.

 40, 3-8-97 vs. Oklahoma (Big 12)
 40, 2-7-96 vs. Nebraska
 40, 2-13-60 at Kansas St. 5.
 39, 1-13-96 vs. George Washington
 39, 12-22-75 at Hawaii 7.

 38, 12-5-95 at Arkansas
 38, 12-13-71 vs. St. Francis (Pa.)
 38, 12-13-65 vs. Rice 10. 37, 3-13-96 vs. Murray St. (NIT)
 37, 1-28-87 at Nebraska
 37, 12-6-69 vs. Indiana

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Team Single Season Records Games Played 1. 38 2. 37 3. 36 4. 35 35 6. 34 34 34 34 34

38 2008-09 1988-89 2001-02 2011-12 1985-86 2012-13 2010-11 2009-10 1982-83
 1986-87

Field Goals Made 1. 1,235 2. 1,124 3. 1,046 4. 1,035 5. 1,031 6. 983

1,235 1988-89 2008-09 1989-90 1975-76 2001-02 2010-11

Field Goal Percentage .573 1. .573 1979-80 2. .539 1981-82 3. .536 1982-83 Games Won 31 4. .524
 1985-86 1. 31 2008-09 .524 1985-86 2. 30 2011-12 3. 29 1988-89 Three-Point FG Attempted 834 4. 27 1981-82 1. 834 2001-02 5. 26
 1975-76
 2. 804 1999-00 26 1982-83
 3. 746 2008-09 26 1989-90 4. 737 2011-12 5. 734 2000-01 Games Lost 22 6. 701 2009-10 1. 22 1966-67 2. 21 1965-66 Three-Point FG Made 326 3. 19 1958-59 1. 326 2001-02 4. 17 1996-97 2. 293 2011-12 17 2004-05 3. 291 1999-00 4. 279 2000-01 Points Scored 3,256 5. 263 2008-09 1. 3,256 1988-89 6. 258 2009-10 2. 3,096 2008-09 3. 2,877 2001-02 Three-Point FG Percentage .420 4. 2,814 2011-12 1. .420 1987-88 5. 2,777 1989-90 2. .398 2011-12 3. .394 1995-96 Scoring Average 88.0 4. .391 2001-02 1. 88.0 1988-89 5. .388 1994-95 2. 87.0 1987-88 6. .382 1989-90 3. 86.8 1989-90 4. 83.54 1975-76 Free Throw Attempts 952 5. 83.52 1974-75 1. 952 1995-96 2. 945 1988-89 Defensive Scoring Average 48.8 3. 889 1985-86
 Since 1950 889 1986-87 1. 48.8 1950-51 5. 871 2008-09 2. 53.2 1951-52 3. 59.7 1981-82 Free Throws Made 667 4. 61.8 1982-83 1. 667 1988-89 5. 62.8 1983-84 2. 661 1995-96 Field Goals Attempted 2,381 3. 623 1985-86 1. 2,381 2008-09 4. 622 1986-87 2. 2,358 1988-89 5. 611 1984-85 3. 2,253 2001-02 4. 2,129 1975-76 5. 2,087 1989-90 6. 2,015 2012-13 2,015 2000-01

Free Throw Percentage 
.766 1. .766 2011-12 2. .758 1996-97 3. .748 1971-72 4. .744 2012-13 5. .743 1981-82 6. .739 2010-11 Rebounds 1,559 1. 1,559 1988-89 2. 1,452 1975-76 3. 1,415 2001-02 4. 1,393 2008-09 5. 1,386 2012-13 6. 1,304 1989-90 Rebounds Per Game 47.5 1. 47.5 1959-60 2. 47.3 1963-64 3. 46.9 1975-76 4. 45.7 1974-75 5. 45.4 1960-61 Rebound Percentage .552 1. .552 1988-89 2. .550 1987-88 3. .549 1982-83 4. .547 1990-91 5. .541 1979-80 Assists 705 1. 705 1988-89 2. 699 2008-09 3. 639 1989-90 4. 558 2010-11 5. 567 1990-91 6. 566 2011-12 Steals 388 1. 388 2008-09 2. 371 2009-10 3. 329 2010-11 4. 302 2006-07 5. 295 1985-86 Blocked Shots 1. 171 2. 160 3. 154 4. 144 5. 140

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Mizzou 1,000-Point Scorers 1. DERRICK CHIEVOUS 2,580 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A FG% FT-A FT% REB AVG. 84-85 32-28 142-278 .511 134-168 .798 170 5.3 85-86 34-29 227-433 .524 186-232 .802 262 7.7 86-87 34-34 282-522 .540 244-302 .808 291 8.6 87-88 30-25 242-477 .507 200-261 .766 256 8.5 84-88 130-116 893-1,710 .522 764-963 .793 979 7.5

PF-D A TO B S MIN TP AVG. 79-1 44 71 2 33 1,019 418 13.1 80-1 49 77 6 35 1,091 640 18.8 75-0 65 92 3 39 1,215 821 24.1 66-3 49 45 3 45 943 701 23.4 300-5 207 285 14 152 4,268 2,580 19.9

2. DOUG SMITH 2,184 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 87-88 30-16 145-288 88-89 36-35 217-455 89-90 32-32 260-462 90-91 30-30 275-553 87-91 128-113 897-1,758

FG% .504 .477 .563 .497 .510

FT-A 48-75 67-91 115-161 156-190 386-517

FT% .640 .736 .714 .821 .747

REB 197 250 295 311 1,053

AVG. 6.6 7.0 9.2 10.4 8.2

PF-D A 98-3 72 122-4 88 103-3 64 99-4 96 422-14 320

TO 56 87 86 106 335

B 34 25 28 42 129

S 29 41 44 64 178

MIN 792 975 942 1,051 3,760

TP 338 502 635 709 2,184

AVG. 11.3 13.9 19.8 23.6 17.1

3. ANTHONY PEELER 1,970 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 88-89 36-9 130-258 89-90 31-30 184-413 90-91 21-17 134-282 91-92 29-28 218-475 88-92 117-84 666-1,428

FG% .504 .446 .475 .459 .466

FT-A 89-118 130-169 116-151 187-232 522-670

FT% .754 .769 .768 .806 .779

REB 134 168 131 160 593

AVG. 3.7 5.4 6.2 5.5 5.1

PF-D 79-0 76-0 51-0 72-1 278-1

A 102 179 104 112 497

TO 95 90 74 101 360

B 8 15 3 10 36

S 34 63 37 62 196

MIN 801 1,031 725 1,026 3,583

TP 362 522 408 678 1,970

AVG. 10.1 16.8 19.4 23.4 16.8

4. STEVE STIPANOVICH 1,836 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A FG% 79-80 31-31 180-301 .598 80-81 32-28 143-286 .500 81-82 31-31 140-278 .504 82-83 34-34 246-454 .542 79-83 128-124 709-1,319 .538

FT-A 85-127 120-162 79-104 134-187 418-580

FT% .669 .741 .760 .717 .721

REB 199 237 248 300 984

AVG. 6.4 7.4 8.0 8.8 7.7

PF-D A 107-4 66 104-3 60 97-6 42 103-4 67 411-17 235

TO 80 71 76 89 316

B 15 44 34 56 149

S 11 16 21 21 69

MIN 1,034 970 956 1,264 4,224

TP 445 406 359 626 1,836

AVG. 14.4 12.7 11.6 18.4 14.3

5. MARCUS DENMON 1,775 PTS. Year G FG-A FG% FT-A FT% REB AVG. 08-09 38-0 81-205 .395 31-39 .795 84 2.2 09-10 34-4 117-273 .429 53-76 .697 100 2.9 10-11 34-33 199-398 .500 94-124 .758 119 3.5 11-12 35-35 200-435 .460 99-134 .896 176 5.0 08-12 141-72 597-1311 .455 277-373 .743 479 3.4

PF-D A TO B S MIN 47-0 54 36 5 34 636 48-0 48 31 4 29 715 56-0 61 32 4 61 1036 34-0 74 41 1 54 1212 185-0 237 140 14 178 3,599

TP AVG. 227 6.0 355 10.4 574 16.9 619 17.7 1,775 12.6

6. ARTHUR JOHNSON 1,759 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A FG% 00-01 33-27 127-245 .518 01-02 36-34 188-341 .551 02-03 33-33 222-45 .493 03-04 30-29 193-352 .548 00-04 132-123 730-1388 .526

FT-A 43-79 63-114 88-155 105-163 299-518

FT% .544 .553 .568 .644 .577

REB 257 286 316 224 1083

AVG. 7.8 7.9 9.6 7.5 8.2

PF-D A 102-7 25 111-4 44 87-2 40 86-6 32 386-19 141

TO 53 72 70 62 257

B 65 71 61 48 245

S 36 34 30 31 131

MIN 24.5 28.6 33.3 950 3,888

TP 297 439 532 491 1,759

AVG. 9.0 12.2 16.1 16.4 13.3

7. MELVIN BOOKER 1,697 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 90-91 30-25 89-205 91-92 30-30 124-261 92-93 33-33 164-374 93-94 32-32 189-375 90-94 125-120 566-1,215

FG% .434 .475 .439 .504 .466

FT-A 51-76 53-69 143-175 135-164 382-484

FT% .671 .768 .817 .823 .789

REB 66 114 142 121 443

AVG. 2.2 3.8 4.3 3.8 3.5

PF-D A 57-1 105 76-4 118 88-3 122 88-2 143 309-10 488

TO 46 69 83 86 284

B 6 4 3 2 15

S 31 29 46 41 147

MIN 856 996 1,157 1,114 4,123

TP 248 348 522 579 1,697

AVG. 8.3 11.6 15.8 18.1 13.6

8. KELLY THAMES 1,689 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 93-94 32-31 146-284 95-96 32-29 142-311 96-97 32-32 144-314 97-98 32-32 153-347 93-98 128-124 585-1,256

FG% .514 .457 .459 .441 .466

FT-A 94-129 119-154 127-167 155-198 495-648

FT% .729 .773 .760 .783 .764

REB 228 169 195 193 785

AVG. 7.1 5.3 6.1 6.0 6.1

PF-D 101-2 79-1 90-2 94-3 364-8

TO 54 79 63 69 265

B 16 10 7 6 39

S 20 22 26 31 99

MIN 946 933 936 1,035 3,849

TP 391 406 417 475 1,689

AVG. 12.2 12.7 13.0 14.8 13.2

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9. CLARENCE GILBERT 1,685 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A FG% 98-99 29-5 45-129 .349 99-00 31-31 144-378 .381 00-01 32-27 172-472 .364 01-02 36-36 196-503 .390 98-02 128-99 557-1,482 .376

FT-A 7-11 48-62 83-103 101-127 239-303

FT% .636 .774 .806 .795 .789

REB 68 114 85 122 389

AVG. 2.3 3.7 2.7 3.4 3.0

PF-D 47-4 62-0 58-1 65-0 232-5

A 33 71 112 114 330

TO 18 40 71 73 202

B 9 6 5 4 24

S 34 45 38 50 167

MIN 528 972 1,073 1194 3,767

TP AVG. 121 4.2 424 13.7 529 16.5 611 17.0 1,685 13.2

10. RICKEY PAULDING 1,673 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A FG% 00-01 33-8 90-214 .421 01-02 35-23 147-288 .510 02-03 33-33 199-442 .450 03-04 30-30 144-363 .397 00-04 131-94 560-1307 .428

FT-A 38-56 73-100 100-125 111-141 322-422

FT% .679 .730 .800 .787 .763

REB 79 135 183 129 526

AVG. 2.4 3.9 5.5 4.3 4.0

PF-D 49-1 52-1 75-0 58-0 234-2

A 30 54 71 84 239

TO 61 63 79 78 281

B 7 18 13 12 50

S 15 35 24 31 105

MIN 17.2 26.1 34.9 1051 3,687

TP 230 417 573 453 1,673

AVG. 7.0 11.9 17.4 15.1 12.8

11. JON SUNDVOLD 1,597 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 79-80 31-17 76-169 80-81 32-32 178-350 81-82 31-31 149-307 82-83 34-34 225-447 79-83 128-114 628-1,273

FG% .450 .509 .485 .503 .493

FT-A 44-59 85-99 81-93 131-151 341-402

FT% .746 .859 .871 .868 .848

REB 52 54 66 82 254

AVG. 1.7 1.7 2.1 2.4 2.0

PF-D 63-2 73-1 43-0 56-0 235-3

A 65 109 85 123 382

TO 59 82 50 78 269

B 2 3 2 1 8

S 23 20 33 20 96

MIN 790 1,134 1,062 1,303 4,289

TP 196 441 379 581 1,597

AVG. 6.3 13.8 12.2 17.1 12.5

12. KAREEM RUSH 1,584 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 99-00 22-6 109-216 00-01 26-25 192-434 01-02 36-36 249-585 99-02 84-67 550-1,235

FG% .505 .442 .426 .445

FT-A 59-78 96-120 103-134 258-332

FT% .756 .800 .769 .777

REB 94 174 188 456

AVG. 4.3 6.7 5.2 5.4

PF-D 55-2 63-2 76-1 194-5

A 34 51 89 174

TO 43 87 103 233

B 4 21 22 47

S 29 34 39 102

MIN 591 796 1149 2,536

TP 323 549 712 1,584

AVG. 14.7 21.1 19.8 18.9

13. KIM ENGLISH 1,570 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 08-09 38-13 82-212 09-10 34-29 156-397 10-11 34-30 106-290 11-12 35-35 171-328 08-11 141-107 515-1227

FG% FT-A FT% REB AVG. .387 42-58 .724 62 1.6 .393 95-130 .731 115 3.4 .366 77-106 .726 105 3.1 .521 87-120 .725 148 4.2 .420 301-414 .727 430 3.0

PF-D A TO 54-1 42 39 58-1 39 71 58-1 67 67 83-3 56 59 253-6 204 236

B S MIN 4 19 547 3 45 818 11 42 876 10 45 1175 28 151 3416

TP AVG. 247 6.5 475 14.0 341 10.0 507 14.5 1,570 11.1

14. RICKY FRAZIER 1,448 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 79-80 31-30 160-252 80-81 32-32 198-361 81-82 31-30 187-305 79-82 94-92 545-918

FG% .635 .548 .613 .594

FT-A 107-132 125-175 126-156 358-463

FT% .811 .714 .808 .773

REB 173 209 203 585

AVG. 5.6 6.5 6.5 6.2

PF-D A 113-9 38 94-5 64 80-2 60 287-16 162

TO 84 94 108 286

B 20 18 9 47

S 25 39 36 100

MIN 967 1,078 1,004 3,049

TP 427 521 500 1,448

AVG. 13.8 16.3 16.1 15.4

15. JEVON CRUDUP 1,445 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 90-91 15-15 80-152 91-92 30-30 181-357 92-93 33-30 188-375 93-94 27-26 136-281 90-94 105-101 585-1,165

FG% .526 .507 .501 .483 .502

FT-A 20-35 96-142 70-139 84-131 270-447

FT% .571 .676 .504 .641 .612

REB 107 246 273 194 841

AVG. 7.1 8.2 8.3 8.0 8.0

PF-D A 42-1 20 96-4 55 102-3 38 89-2 37 329-10 150

TO 31 68 78 60 237

B 13 25 37 36 111

S 24 49 49 30 152

MIN 446 1,002 1,074 791 2,937

TP 180 460 449 356 1,445

AVG. 12.0 15.3 13.6 13.2 13.7

16. JOHN BROWN 1,421 PTS. Year G FG-A 70-71 18 89-163 71-72 27 212-380 72-73 27 221-449 70-73 72 522-992

FG% .546 .558 .492 .526

FT-A 91-116 162-215 124-163 377-494

FT% .784 .753 .761 .763

REB 139 283 298 720

AVG. 9.3 10.5 11.0 10.0

PF-D 64 107 91-7 262

A - - - -

TO - - - -

B - - - -

S - - - -

MIN - - - -

TP 269 586 566 1,421

AVG. 14.9 21.7 21.0 19.7

17. LARRY DREW 1,401 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 76-77 28-25 75-175 77-78 30-30 150-344 78-79 28-28 181-366 79-80 31-31 151-279 76-80 117-114 557-1,164

FG% .429 .436 .495 .541 .479

FT-A 44-59 80-105 64-100 99-121 287-385

FT% .746 .762 .640 .818 .745

REB 77 90 73 89 329

AVG. 2.8 3.0 2.6 2.9 2.8

PF-D 42-0 58-1 56-0 58-1 214-2

A 78 78 121 156 433

TO - - - 109 -

B - - - 5 -

S - - - 42 -

MIN - - - - -

TP AVG. 194 6.9 380 12.7 426 15.2 401 12.9 1,401 12.0

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18. WILLIE SMITH 1,387 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 74-75 27-27 249-533 75-76 31-31 300-636 74-76 58-58 549-1,169

FG% .467 .472 .470

FT-A 106-136 183-230 289-366

FT% .779 .796 .790

REB 145 178 323

AVG. 5.4 5.7 5.6

PF-D 37-1 79-0 116-1

A - - -

TO - - -

B - - -

S - - -

MIN - - -

TP 604 783 1,387

19. AL EBERHARD 1,347 PTS. Year G FG-A 71-72 27 128-264 72-73 27 167-329 73-74 26 196-397 71-74 80 491-990

FG% .485 .507 .494 .496

FT-A 120-157 125-146 120-154 365-457

FT% .764 .856 .779 .799

REB 242 251 313 806

AVG. 9.0 9.3 12.0 10.1

PF-D 82 93-5 68-1 243

A - - - -

TO - - - -

B - - - -

S - - - -

MIN - - - -

TP AVG. 376 13.9 459 17.0 512 19.7 1,347 16.8

20. CHARLES HENKE 1,338 PTS. Year G FG-A 58-59 25 90-201 59-60 25 159-381 60-61 24 222-456 58-61 74 471-1,038

FG% .448 .417 .486 .454

FT-A 85-125 164-234 147-205 396-564

FT% .680 .700 .717 .702

REB 180 287 258 725

AVG. 7.2 11.5 10.8 9.8

PF-D 72 81 64 217

A - - - -

TO - - - -

B - - - -

S - - - -

MIN - - - -

TP 265 482 591 1,338

21. CURTIS BERRY 1,328 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 77-78 30-17 81-146 78-79 25-21 126-234 79-80 25-24 135-219 80-81 32-25 155-281 77-81 112-87 497-880

FG% .556 .538 .616 .552 .565

FT-A 41-68 86-130 91-139 116-180 334-517

FT% .603 .662 .655 .644 .646

REB 140 224 188 259 811

AVG. 4.7 9.0 7.5 8.1 7.2

PF-D A 130-10 7 90-6 18 91-7 27 101-4 39 412-27 91

TO - - 71 84 -

B - - 13 5 -

S - - 14 15 -

MIN - - 716 881 -

TP AVG. 203 6.8 338 13.5 361 14.4 426 13.3 1,328 11.9

22. NATHAN BUNTIN 1,308 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A FG% 86-87 34-25 168-323 .520 87-88 30-25 111-208 .534 88-89 36-0 74-134 .552 89-90 32-32 181-347 .522 86-90 132-82 534-1,012 .528

FT-A 66-116 47-63 17-31 109-178 239-388

FT% .569 .746 .548 .612 .616

REB 165 147 111 304 727

AVG. 4.9 4.9 3.1 9.5 5.5

PF-D 72-2 56-1 51-0 80-1 259-4

A 43 29 22 41 135

TO 62 29 25 41 157

B 19 6 5 11 41

S 29 15 13 12 69

MIN 1,032 716 472 982 3,202

TP AVG. 402 11.8 269 9.0 165 4.6 472 14.8 1,308 9.9

23. RON COLEMAN 1,295 PTS. Year G FG-A 64-65 24 111-275 65-66 24 181-464 66-67 25 190-464 64-67 73 482-1,203

FG% .404 .390 .409 .401

FT-A 50-71 150-203 131-150 331-424

FT% .704 .739 .873 .781

REB 61 88 99 248

AVG. 2.5 3.7 4.0 3.4

PF-D 65 68 86 219

A - - - -

TO - - - -

B - - - -

S - - - -

MIN - - - -

TP 272 512 511 1,295

24. KIM ANDERSON 1,289 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 73-74 15-0 11-27 74-75 23-22 130-278 75-76 31-31 186-352 76-77 28-28 200-365 73-77 97-81 527-1,022

FG% .407 .468 .528 .548 .516

FT-A 7-9 59-88 58-95 111-160 235-352

FT% .778 .670 .611 .694 .668

REB 21 195 238 221 675

AVG. 2.1 8.5 7.7 7.9 7.3

PF-D A 19-2 - 97-13 - 121-10 - 101-9 - 338-34 -

TO - - - - -

B - - - - -

S - - - - -

MIN - - - - -

TP AVG. 29 2.9 319 13.9 430 13.9 511 18.3 1,289 14.0

25. LEE COWARD 1,275 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 86-87 33-9 77-182 87-88 28-24 100-188 88-89 37-31 164-365 89-90 27-24 121-248 86-90 125-88 462-983

FG% .423 .532 .449 .488 .470

FT-A 46-70 69-88 62-90 26-30 203-278

FT% .657 .784 .689 .867 .752

REB 44 61 74 70 249

AVG. 1.3 2.2 2.0 2.6 2.0

PF-D 55-3 60-1 83-1 54-0 252-5

TO 45 58 106 52 264

B 0 1 0 1 2

S 17 32 33 21 103

MIN 721 749 1,155 794 3,419

TP 214 308 450 303 1,275

26. LAURENCE BOWERS 1,248 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A FG% FT-A FT% REB AVG. 08-09 31-0 44-80 .550 10-15 .667 64 2.1 09-10 34-11 141-254 .555 54-83 .651 193 5.7 10-11 34-27 155-293 .529 84-112 .750 207 6.1 12-13 29-29 173-317 .546 43-63 .683 178 6.1 08-13 128-67 513-944 .543 191-273 .700 642 5.0

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A 57 117 164 93 431

PF-D A TO B S MIN 34-0 15 10 13 11 215 84-0 40 36 48 38 764 100-3 46 48 62 38 843 75-2 31 38 34 18 786 293-5 132 130 157 105 2608

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AVG. 22.4 25.3 23.9

AVG. 10.6 19.3 24.6 18.1

AVG. 11.3 21.3 20.4 17.8

AVG. 6.5 11.0 12.2 11.2 10.2

TP AVG. 98 3.2 346 10.2 394 11.6 410 14.1 1,248 9.8


27. LEO LYONS 1,231 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 05-06 25-0 26-58 06-07 30-6 82-149 07-08 31-21 162-278 08-09 37-33 176-357 05-09 123-60 446-842

FG% .448 .550 .583 .493 .530

FT-A 13-36 53-82 80-125 182-245 328-488

FT% .361 .646 .640 .743 .672

REB 60 129 176 225 590

AVG. 2.4 4.3 5.7 6.1 4.8

PF-D 29-0 80-4 71-2 93-2 273-8

28. JIM KENNEDY 1,209 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 73-74 13-3 21-47 74-75 27-24 122-257 75-76 31-24 191-369 76-77 28-28 119-242 73-77 99-79 453-915

FG% .447 .475 .518 .492 .495

FT-A 17-25 64-81 120-161 202-132 303-399

FT% .680 .790 .745 .773 .759

REB 19 154 178 149 510

AVG. 1.5 5.7 5.7 5.3 5.2

29. DON TOMLINSON 1,198 PTS. Year G FG-A FG% 67-68 26 129-287 .449 68-69 25 135-285 .474 69-70 26 111-230 .477 67-70 77 365-802 .454

FT-A 136-202 165-250 147-198 448-650

FT% .673 .660 .786 .689

REB 138 172 143 453

30. JASON SUTHERLAND 1,194 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A FG% 93-94 30-0 21-62 .339 94-95 29-25 73-199 .367 95-96 33-27 140-293 .478 96-97 33-28 120-288 .417 93-97 125-80 354-842 .420

FT-A 15-21 . 62-74 114-130 105-125 296-350

FT% 714 .838 .877 .840 .846

31. BOB REITER 1,188 PTS. Year G FG-A 51-52 23 44-123 52-53 21 99-288 53-54 21 165-430 54-55 21 124-368 51-55 86 432-1,209

FG% .358 .343 .384 .334 .357

FT-A 33-44 79-122 81-116 131-17 324-463

32. JIMMY MCKINNEY 1,146 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A FG% 02-03 32-26 90-222 .405 03-04 30-30 84-205 .410 04-05 33-31 76-188 .404 05-06 28-28 123-303 .406 02-06 123-115 373-918 .406 33. NORM STEWART 1,112 PTS. Year G FG-A 53-54 21 94-263 54-55 21 131-288 55-56 21 184-464 53-56 63 409-1,015

TO 30 55 54 85 224

B 8 22 21 26 77

S 5 33 22 38 98

MIN 237 536 684 861 2,318

TP AVG. 66 2.6 221 7.4 405 13.1 539 14.6 1,231 10.0

PF-D A 31-3 - 99-7 - 100-5 - 94-4 25 - 324-17 -

TO - - - - -

B - - - - -

S - - - - -

MIN - - - 340 -

TP AVG. 59 4.5 308 11.4 502 16.2 12.1 1,209 12.2

AVG. 5.3 6.9 5.5 5.9

PF-D 105 79 66 250

TO - - - -

B - - - -

S - - - -

MIN - - - -

TP 394 435 369 1,198

REB 24 59 67 78 228

AVG. 0.8 2.0 2.0 2.4 1.8

PF-D A 42-1 13 77-1 47 97-4 53 101-6 74 317-12 187

TO 25 39 77 83 224

B 0 3 2 1 6

S 9 19 27 30 85

MIN 201 689 911 917 2,718

TP AVG. 62 2.1 252 8.7 463 14.0 417 12.6 1,194 9.6

FT% .688 .647 .698 .729 .700

REB - - - 300 -

AVG. - - - 14.3 -

PF-D 49 83 74 76 185

A - - - - -

TO - - - - -

B - - - - -

S - - - - -

MIN - - - - -

TP 121 277 411 379 1,188

FT-A 53-68 79-93 66-85 79-101 277-347

FT% .779 .849 .776 .782 .798

REB 120 100 99 103 422

AVG. 3.8 3.3 3.0 3.7 3.4

PF-D 77-1 81-4 70-0 73-2 301-7

A 109 97 78 65 349

TO 72 68 67 63 270

B 2 3 4 4 13

S 26 20 27 25 98

MIN 1024 915 941 883 3,763

TP AVG. 274 8.6 283 9.4 237 7.2 352 12.6 1,146 9.3

FT-A 68-93 88-106 138-188 294-387

FT% .731 .830 .734 .760

REB - 186 224 -

AVG. - 8.9 10.7 -

PF-D 65 61 59 208

A - - - -

TO - - - -

B - - - -

S - - - -

MIN - - - -

TP AVG. 256 12.2 350 16.7 506 24.1 1,112 17.7

34. JOE SCOTT 1,106 PTS. Year G FG-A FG% FT-A FT% REB AVG. 58-59 25 95-281 .330 58-88 .659 62 2.5 59-60 25 170-482 .376 121-157 .770 89 3.6 60-61 24 138-395 .350 121-169 .716 74 3.1 58-61 74 403-1,158 .348 300-414 .725 225 3.0

PF-D 60 70 78 208

A - - - -

TO - - - -

B - - - -

S - - - -

MIN - - - -

TP AVG. 248 9.9 461 18.4 397 16.5 1,106 14.9

35. GREG CAVENER 1,097 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 81-82 28-0 34-66 82-83 34-34 145-250 83-84 30-30 145-281 84-85 31-31 102-181 81-85 123-95 426-778

PF-D 38-0 87-4 67-1 65-1 257-6

A 22 95 99 106 322

TO 34 96 95 82 307

B 6 27 14 22 69

S 7 33 36 37 113

MIN 372 1,213 1,105 1,066 3,756

TP AVG. 85 3.0 367 10.8 361 12.0 284 9.2 1,097 8.9

FG% .357 .455 .397 .403

FG% .515 .580 .516 .564 .548

FT-A 17-40 77-132 71-104 80-117 245-393

FT% .425 .583 .683 .684 .623

REB 106 292 260 236 894

AVG. 3.8 8.6 8.7 7.6 7.3

A 5 32 53 73 163

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36. BYRON IRVIN 1,096 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 87-88 30-19 132-257 88-89 36-32 227-427 87-89 66-51 359-684

FG% .514 .532 .525

FT-A 89-124 214-259 303-383

FT% .718 .826 .791

REB 104 168 272

AVG. 3.5 4.7 4.1

PF-D 60-2 76-0 136-2

A 79 115 194

TO 48 82 130

B 6 8 14

S 32 64 96

MIN 805 1,166 1,971

TP AVG. 388 12.9 708 19.7 1,096 16.6

37. THOMAS GARDNER 1,067 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A FG% 03-04 28-16 57-153 .373 04-05 33-13 121-333 .363 05-06 28-28 186-434 .429 03-06 89-57 364-920 .395

FT-A 26-29 49-59 85-118 160-206

FT% .897 .831 .720 .777

REB 58 87 90 235

AVG. 2.1 2.6 3.2 2.6

PF-D 41-0 83-2 59-0 183-2

A 24 66 45 135

TO 31 51 92 174

B 2 1 0 3

S 14 22 27 63

MIN 558 927 957 2442

TP 172 344 551 1,067

AVG. 6.1 10.4 19.7 12.0

38. MICHAEL DIXON 1,057 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 09-10 34-8 93-198 10-11 32-17 98-243 11-12 35-0 154-316 09-12 101-25 345-757

FG% FT-A FT% REB .470 42-49 .857 39 .403 94-114 .825 81 .487 116-132 .879 63 .465 252-295 .854 183

AVG. 1.1 2.5 1.8 1.8

PF-D A TO B 55-1 55 32 0 71-1 113 58 2 64-1 116 56 3 190-3 284 146 5

S MIN 33 565 56 715 41 934 130 2214

TP AVG. 255 7.5 328 10.3 474 13.5 1,057 10.5

39. DEREK GRIMM 1,051 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 93-94 22-2 18-36 94-95 29-26 102-197 95-96 33-14 79-180 96-97 33-29 128-260 93-97 117-71 327-673

FG% .500 .518 .439 .492 .486

FT-A 10-16 70-90 100-113 77-97 257-316

FT% .625 .778 .885 .794 .813

REB 30 154 165 161 510

AVG. 1.4 5.3 5.0 4.9 4.4

PF-D A 22-0 2 98-5 18 81-1 41 112-7 43 313-13 104

TO 8 45 33 54 140

B 3 10 8 10 31

S 7 14 25 25 71

MIN 147 784 764 923 2,618

TP AVG. 46 2.1 312 10.8 299 9.1 394 11.9 1,051 9.0

40. DEMARRE CARROLL 1,046 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A FG% 07-08 32-30 162-302 .536 08-09 38-38 246-441 .558 07-09 70-68 408-743 .549

FT-A 90-147 121-191 211-338

FT% .612 .634 .624

REB 213 273 486

AVG. 6.7 7.2 6.9

PF-D 85-8 84-1 169-9

A 42 82 124

TO 48 56 104

B 21 25 46

S 36 59 95

MIN 809 1064 1,873

TP AVG. 417 13.0 629 16.6 1,046 14.9

41. RAY BOB CAREY 1,016 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 61-62 25 79-228 62-63 25 149-372 63-64 24 185-466 61-64 74 413-1,066

FT-A 48-65 58-80 84-109 190-254

FT% .738 .725 .771 .748

REB 178 213 238 629

AVG. 7.1 8.5 9.9 8.5

PF-D 82 39 83 204

A - - - -

TO - - - -

B - - - -

S - - - -

MIN - - - -

TP 206 356 454 1,016

42. MATT LAWRENCE 1,004 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A FG% 05-06 25-0 11-33 .333 06-07 30-30 115-237 .485 07-08 32-31 94-255 .369 08-09 38-25 121-264 .458 05-09 125-86 341-789 .432

FT-A 6-8 26-36 21-23 25-37 78-104

FT% .750 7.22 .913 .676 .750

REB 18 92 94 83 287

AVG. 0.7 3.1 2.9 2.2 2.3

PF-D 18-0 37-0 53-0 48-0 156-0

A 5 23 30 35 93

TO 10 29 26 19 84

B 0 1 5 4 10

S 7 28 25 34 94

MIN 172 819 835 791 2617

TP AVG. 37 1.5 337 11.2 281 8.8 349 9.2 1,004 8.0

43. MALCOLM THOMAS 1,002 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A FG% 83-84 27-24 171-330 .518 84-85 32-30 212-392 .556 83-85 59-54 383-722 .530

FT-A 102-176 134-196 236-372

FT% .580 .684 .634

REB 242 241 483

AVG. 9.0 7.5 8.2

PF-D 85-5 103-3 188-8

A 20 21 41

TO 65 69 134

B 12 25 37

S 14 34 48

MIN 907 1,084 1,991

TP 444 558 1,002

AVG. 16.4 17.4 17.0

44. JEFF STRONG 1,000 PTS. Year G-GS FG-A 84-85 32-30 205-428 85-86 25-23 190-356 84-86 57-53 395-784

FT-A 127-162 83-114 210-276

FT% .784 .728 .761

REB 98 63 161

AVG. 3.0 2.5 2.8

PF-D 67-0 57-2 124-2

A 79 62 141

TO 100 77 177

B 15 13 18

S 29 21 50

MIN 1,119 856 1,975

TP 537 463 1,000

AVG. 16.8 18.5 17.5

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FG% .346 .400 .397 .387

FG% .479 .534 .510

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AVG. 8.2 14.2 18.9 13.7


Mizzou Annual Statistic Leaders SCORING YEAR NAME G 31-32 John Cooper 18 32-33 Norman Wagner 18 33-34 unavailable — 34-35 Ken Jorgensen 18 35-36 Evans Powell 17 36-37 Ralph Beer 16 37-38 William Harvey 18 38-39 Harlan Keirsey 18 39-40 John Lobsiger 19 40-41 Loren Mills 16 41-42 Donald Harvey 18 42-43 Thornton Jenkins 17 43-44 Dan Pippin 19 44-45 Eugene Kurash 18 45-46 Wendall Moulder 15 46-47 Thornton Jenkins 25 47-48 Thornton Jenkins 24 48-49 Dan Pippin 15 49-50 Bud Heineman 24 50-51 Bud Heineman 24 51-52 Bill Stauffer 23 52-53 Bob Reiter 21 53-54 Bob Reiter 21 54-55 Bob Reiter 21 55-56 Norm Stewart 21 56-57 Lionel Smith 23 57-58 Sonny Siebert 22 58-59 Al Abram 25 59-60 Charles Henke 25 60-61 Charles Henke 24 61-62 Ken Doughty 25 62-63 Ray Bob Carey 25 63-64 Bob Price 24 64-65 Gary Garner 24 65-66 Ron Coleman 24 66-67 Ron Coleman 24 67-68 Gene Jones 26 68-69 Don Tomlinson 25 69-70 Don Tomlinson 26 70-71 Henry Smith 26 71-72 John Brown 27 72-73 John Brown 27 73-74 Al Eberhard 26 74-75 Willie Smith 27 75-76 Willie Smith 31 76-77 Kim Anderson 28 77-78 Clay Johnson 30 78-79 Larry Drew 28 79-80 Steve Stipanovich 31 80-81 Ricky Frazier 32 81-82 Ricky Frazier 31

PTS 192 167 — 113 86 91 158 126 117 98 146 195 169 150 106 247 272 160 230 283 368 277 411 379 506 469 368 404 482 591 416 356 471 360 512 511 485 435 369 581 586 566 512 604 783 511 515 426 445 521 500

AVG. 10.7 9.3 — 6.3 5.1 5.7 8.8 7.0 6.2 6.1 8.1 11.5 8.9 8.3 7.1 9.9 10.3 10.7 9.6 11.8 16.0 13.2 19.6 18.0 24.1 20.4 16.7 16.1 19.3 24.6 16.6 14.2 19.6 15.0 21.3 20.4 18.7 17.4 14.2 22.3 21.7 21.0 19.7 22.4 25.3 18.3 17.2 15.2 14.4 16.3 16.1

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 12-13

Steve Stipanovich 34 Malcolm Thomas 27 Malcolm Thomas 32 Derrick Chievous 34 Derrick Chievous 34 Derrick Chievous 30 Byron Irvin 36 Doug Smith 32 Doug Smith 30 Anthony Peeler 29 Melvin Booker 33 Melvin Booker 32 Paul O’Liney 29 Jason Sutherland 33 Kelly Thames 32 Kelly Thames 32 Albert White 29 Keyon Dooling 31 Kareem Rush 26 Kareem Rush 36 Rickey Paulding 33 Arthur Johnson 30 Linas Kleiza 33 Thomas Gardner 28 Stefhon Hannah 30 Leo Lyons 31 DeMarre Carroll 38 Kim English 34 Marcus Denmon 34 Marcus Denmon 35 Laurence Bowers 29

REBOUNDING YEAR NAME 49-50 Bill Stauffer 50-51 Bill Stauffer 51-52 Bill Stauffer 52-53 Bob Reiter 53-54 unavailable 54-55 Bob Reiter 55-56 Norm Stewart 56-57 unavailable 57-58 Rodger Egelhoff 58-59 Al Abram 59-60 Charles Henke 60-61 Charles Henke 61-62 Walt Grebing 62-63 Ray Bob Carey 63-64 Ray Bob Carey 64-65 Ned Monsees 65-66 Charles Rudd 66-67 Gene Jones 67-68 Gene Jones

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G 24 24 24 21 — 21 21 — 22 25 25 24 25 25 24 24 24 16 26

626 444 558 640 821 701 708 635 709 678 522 579 571 463 417 475 473 473 549 712 573 491 530 551 463 405 629 475 574 619 410

18.4 16.4 17.4 18.8 24.1 23.4 19.7 19.8 23.6 23.4 15.8 18.1 19.7 14.0 13.0 14.8 16.3 15.3 21.1 19.8 17.4 16.4 16.1 19.7 15.4 13.1 16.6 14.0 16.9 17.7 14.1

REB 228 357 379 190 — 300 224 — 118 287 287 258 215 213 238 284 210 189 277

AVG. 9.5 14.9 16. 9.0 — 14.3 10.7 — 5.4 11.5 11.2 10.8 8.0 8.5 9.9 11.8 8.8 11.8 10.7 157


68-69 69-70 70-71 71-72 72-73 73-74 74-75 75-76 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 12-13

Don Tomlinson 25 Henry Smith 26 Henry Smith 26 John Brown 27 John Brown 27 Al Eberhard 26 Bill Flamank 27 Stan Ray 31 Clay Johnson 29 Clay Johnson 30 Curtis Berry 25 Curtis Berry 25 Curtis Berry 32 Steve Stipanovich 31 Steve Stipanovich 34 Malcolm Thomas 27 Greg Cavener 31 Derrick Chievous 34 Derrick Chievous 34 Derrick Chievous 30 Doug Smith 36 Nathan Buntin 32 Doug Smith 30 Jevon Crudup 30 Jevon Crudup 33 Kelly Thames 32 Julian Winfield 25 Simeon Haley 32 Kelly Thames 32 Kelly Thames 32 Albert White 29 Tajudeen Soyoye 31 Arthur Johnson 33 Arthur Johnson 36 Arthur Johnson 33 Arthur Johnson 30 Linas Kleiza 33 Kevin Young 28 Kalen Grimes 30 DeMarre Carroll 32 DeMarre Carroll 38 Keith Ramsey 34 Laurence Bowers 34 Ricardo Ratliffe 35 Alex Oriakhi 34

ASSISTS YEAR NAME 76-77 Scott Sims 77-78 Larry Drew 78-79 Larry Drew 79-80 Larry Drew 80-81 Jon Sundvold 81-82 Prince Bridges 82-83 Jon Sundvold 158

G 29 30 28 31 32 31 34

172 6.9 190 7.3 245 9.4 283 10.5 298 11.0 313 12.0 220 8.1 258 8.3 230 7.9 232 7.7 224 9.0 188 7.5 259 8.1 248 8.0 300 8.8 242 9.0 236 7.6 262 7.7 291 8.6 256 8.5 250 7.0 304 9.5 311 10.4 246 8.2 273 8.3 228 7.1 190 7.6 173 5.4 195 6.1 193 6.0 252 8.7 194 6.3 257 7.8 286 7.9 316 9.6 224 7.5 250 7.6 203 7.3 169 5.6 213 6.7 273 7.2 199 5.9 207 6.1 261 7.5 286 8.4 AST 142 78 121 156 109 102 123

AVG. 4.9 2.6 4.3 5.0 3.4 3.3 3.6

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 12-13

Greg Cavener Greg Cavener Lynn Hardy Lynn Hardy Mike Sandbothe Lee Coward Lee Coward Anthony Peeler Anthony Peeler Melvin Booker Melvin Booker Melvin Booker Kendrick Moore Julian Winfi eld Dibi Ray Dibi Ray Brian Grawer Albert White Keyon Dooling Clarence Gilbert Wesley Stokes Ricky Clemons Jimmy McKinney Jason Horton Jason Horton Stefhon Hannah Stefhon Hannah J.T. Tiller J.T. Tiller Phil Pressey Phil Pressey Phil Pressey

30 31 35 34 34 28 37 31 21 30 33 32 29 33 32 32 31 29 31 32 36 32 30 32 27 30 20 38 31 30 35 34

99 3.3 106 3.4 139 4.0 117 3.4 117 3.4 117 4.2 164 4.4 179 5.8 104 5.0 118 3.9 122 3.7 143 4.5 71 2.5 96 2.9 88 2.8 82 2.6 79 2.6 88 3.0 113 3.7 112 3.5 147 4.1 121 3.8 97 3.2 103 3.2 121 4.5 137 4.6 105 5.3 138 3.6 101 3.3 117 3.9 223 6.4 240 7.1

STEALS 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

NAME Jeff Currie Larry Drew Larry Drew Ricky Frazier Ricky Frazier Greg Cavener Greg Cavener Greg Cavener Lynn Hardy Lynn Hardy Derrick Chievous Byron Irvin Anthony Peeler Doug Smith Anthony Peeler Jevon Crudup Melvin Booker Paul O’Liney Kendrick Moore Jeff Hafer Brian Grawer

G 30 28 31 32 31 34 30 31 35 34 30 36 31 30 29 33 32 29 33 26 31

STL 40 44 42 39 36 33 36 37 74 76 45 64 63 64 62 49 41 37 28 36 45

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AVG. 1.3 1.6 1.4 1.2 1.2 1.0 1.2 1.2 2.1 2.2 1.5 1.8 2.0 2.1 2.1 1.5 1.3 1.3 0.8 1.4 1.5


FIELD GOAL SHOOTING YEAR NAME FG-FGA 54-55 Norm Stewart 131-288 55-56 Bill Ross 99-219 56-57 Bill Ross 99-346 57-58 Cliff Talley 83-187 58-59 Al Abram 147-326 59-60 Charles Henke 159-831 60-61 Charles Henke 222-456 61-62 Walt Grebing 86-176 62-63 Bob Price 137-330 63-64 Ned Monsees 43-99 64-65 Ned Monsees 123-266 65-66 Rich Miling 45-97 66-67 Ron Coleman 190-464 67-68 Tom Johnson 138-284 68-69 Doug Johnson 86-159 BLOCKED SHOTS 69-70 Doug Johnson 68-124 YEAR NAME G BS AVG. 70-71 John Brown 89-163 77-78 Curtis Berry 30 14 0.5 71-72 John Brown 212-380 78-79 Tom Dore 25 18 0.7 72-73 Gary Link 100-182 79-80 Ricky Frazier 31 20 0.6 73-74 Gail Wolf 59-119 80-81 S. Stipanovich 32 44 1.4 74-75 Steve Dangos 59-111 81-82 S. Stipanovich 31 34 1.1 75-76 Kim Anderson 186-352 82-83 S. Stipanovich 34 56 1.6 76-77 Clay Johnson 142-247 83-84 Blake Wortham 30 19 0.6 77-78 Curtis Berry 81-146 84-85 Malcolm Thomas 32 25 0.8 78-79 Curtis Berry 126-234 85-86 D. Bingenheimer 35 46 1.3 79-80 Mark Dressler 117-184 86-87 Gary Leonard 32 24 0.8 80-81 Curtis Berry 155-281 87-88 Doug Smith 30 34 1.1 81-82 Marvin McCrary 94-148 88-89 Gary Leonard 37 42 1.1 82-83 Prince Bridges 63-105 89-90 Doug Smith 32 28 0.9 83-84 Malcolm Thomas 171-330 90-91 Doug Smith 30 42 1.4 84-85 Greg Cavener 102-181 91-92 Jevon Crudup 30 25 0.8 85-86 Dan Bingenheimer 191-310 92-93 Jevon Crudup 33 37 1.1 86-87 Mike Sandbothe 85-140 93-94 Jevon Crudup 27 35 1.3 87-88 Greg Church 71-112 94-95 Sammie Haley 28 49 1.8 88-89 Greg Church 126-193 95-96 Simeon Haley 32 35 1.1 89-90 Doug Smith 260-462 96-97 Tate Decker 28 24 0.9 90-91 Jeff Warren 75-111 97-98 Monte Hardge 30 34 1.1 91-92 Jeff Warren 115-183 98-99 Monte Hardge 29 24 0.8 92-93 Jeff Warren 112-187 99-00 Keyon Dooling 31 17 0.6 93-94 Kelly Thames 146-284 00-01 Arthur Johnson 33 65 2.0 94-95 Julian Winfield 107-199 01-02 Arthur Johnson 36 71 2.0 95-96 Corey Tate 54-100 02-03 Arthur Johnson 33 61 1.8 96-97 Jeff Hafer 66-129 03-04 Arthur Johnson 30 48 1.6 97-98 Jeff Hafer 72-156 04-05 Kevin Young 33 20 0.6 98-99 Jeff Hafer 54-110 05-06 Kevin Young 28 20 0.7 99-00 Tajudeen Soyoye 98-192 06-07 Kalen Grimes 30 35 1.2 00-01 Arthur Johnson 127-245 07-08 Leo Lyons 31 21 0.7 01-02 Travon Bryant 98-170 08-09 Keith Ramsey 38 31 0.8 02-03 Kevin Young 34-61 09-10 Laurence Bowers 34 48 1.4 03-04 Arthur Johnson 193-352 10-11 Laurence Bowers 34 62 1.8 04-05 Kalen Grimes 35-66 11-12 Steve Moore 35 41 1.2 05-06 Kevin Young 92-181 12-13 Alex Oriakhi 34 54 1.6 06-07 Leo Lyons 82-149 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook 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 12-13

Brian Grawer Jeff Hafer Brian Grawer Clarence Gilbert Rickey Clemons Arthur Johnson Rickey Paulding Jason Conley Jason Horton Stefhon Hannah Stefhon Hannah J.T Tiller Zaire Taylor Phil Pressey Phil Pressey Phil Pressey

29 61 2.1 30 48 1.6 33 44 1.3 36 50 1.4 32 49 1.5 30 31 1.0 30 31 1.0 33 44 1.3 27 43 1.6 30 72 2.4 20 38 1.9 38 68 1.8 34 63 1.9 30 61 2.0 35 74 2.1 34 61 1.8

PCT. .455 .452 .403 .444 .450 .417 .486 .489 .415 .434 .462 .464 .409 .486 .541 .547 .546 .558 .549 .496 .532 .528 .575 .555 .538 .636 .552 .635 .600 .518 .564 .616 .607 .634 .653 .563 .676 .628 .599 .514 .538 .540 .512 .462 .491 .510 .518 .462 .557 .548 .530 .508 .550 159


07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 12-13

162-278 246-441 87-152 156-273 210-303 138-216

.583 .558 .572 .571 .693 .639

FREE THROW SHOOTING YEAR NAME FT-FTA 54-55 Norm Stewart 88-106 55-56 Norm Stewart 138-188 56-57 Sonny Siebert 62-79 57-58 Al Abram 48-62 58-59 Mike Kirksey 104-129 59-60 Joe Scott 121-157 60-61 Ken Doughty 43-58 61-62 Ken Doughty 92-115 62-63 Ken Doughty 75-90 63-64 Ray Bob Carey 84-109 64-65 Gary Garner 66-87 65-66 Rich Miller 48-62 66-67 Ron Coleman 131-150 67-68 Tom Johnson 87-116 68-69 Theo Franks 39-45 69-70 Doug Johnson 69-83 70-71 Mike Jeffries 78-97 71-72 Orv Salmon 52-59 72-73 Al Eberhard 125-146 73-74 Al Eberhard 120-154 74-75 Jim Kennedy 64-81 75-76 Willie Smith 183-230 76-77 Jim Kennedy 102-132 77-78 Brad Droy 78-98 78-79 Steve Wallace 70-84 79-80 Larry Drew 99-121 80-81 Jon Sundvold 85-99 81-82 Jon Sundvold 81-93 82-83 Jon Sundvold 131-151 83-84 Prince Bridges 74-105 84-85 Derrick Chievous 134-168 85-86 Derrick Chievous 186-232 86-87 Lynn Hardy 89-109 87-88 Greg Church 42-53 88-89 Byron Irvin 214-259 89-90 Travis Ford 60-67 90-91 Doug Smith 156-190 91-92 Jamal Coleman 77-94 92-93 Melvin Booker 143-175 93-94 Melvin Booker 135-164 94-95 Jason Sutherland 62-64 95-96 Derek Grimm 100-113 96-97 Jason Sutherland 105-125 97-98 Brian Grawer 45-57 98-99 John Woods 43-54

PCT. .830 .734 .785 .774 .806 .770 .741 .800 .833 .771 .759 .774 .873 .750 .867 .831 .804 .881 .856 .779 .790 .796 .773 .796 .833 .818 .859 .871 .868 .706 .798 .802 .817 .793 .826 .896 .821 .819 .817 .823 .838 .885 .840 .789 .796

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Leo Lyons DeMarre Carroll Keith Ramsey Ricardo Ratliffe Ricardo Ratliffe Alex Oriakhi

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 12-13

Brian Grawer Brian Grawer Clarence Gilbert Ricky Clemons Jimmy McKinney Thomas Gardner Jimmy McKinney Stefhon Hannah Keon Lawrence J.T. Tiller Leo Lyons Michael Dixon Michael Dixon Marcus Denmon Keion Bell

67-74 46-55 101-127 65-81 79-93 49-59 79-101 82-104 41-52 41-52 182-245 42-49 94-114 120-134 84-97

.905 .836 .795 .802 .849 .831 .782 .788 .788 .788 .743 .857 .825 .896 .866

THREE-POINT SHOOTING YEAR NAME 3FG-FGA 86-87 Derrick Chievous 13-33 87-88 Lee Coward 39-74 88-89 Lee Coward 60-154 89-90 Lee Coward 35-81 90-91 Anthony Peeler 24-58 91-92 Melvin Booker 47-108 92-93 Mark Atkins 81-212 93-94 Melvin Booker 66-163 94-95 Derek Grimm 38-80 95-96 Jason Sutherland 69-148 96-97 Derek Grimm 61-147 97-98 Brian Grawer 36-79 98-99 Brian Grawer 64-129 99-00 Kareem Rush 46-108 00-01 Kareem Rush 69-154 01-02 Rickey Paulding 50-113 02-03 Rickey Paulding 75-193 03-04 Travon Bryant 51-71 04-05 Marshall Brown 22-58 05-06 Thomas Gardner 94-237 06-07 Matt Lawrence 81-183 07-08 Stefhon Hannah 45-117 08-09 Matt Lawrence 82-201 09-10 Marcus Denmon 68-167 10-11 Marcus Denmon 82-183 11-12 Kim English 78-170 12-13 Laurence Bowers 21-54

PCT. .394 .527 .390 .432 .414 .435 .382 .405 .475 .466 .415 .456 .496 .426 .448 .442 .398 .407 .379 .397 .443 .385 .408 .407 .448 .459 .389

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Mizzou First Team All-Conference & Honorees MISSOURI VALLEY 1909 Carl Ristine 1910 D.C. Martindell 1911 Pete Burress 1913 George Taafe 1919 Craig Ruby 1920 Craig Ruby 1921 G.C. Browning George Williams Herb Bunker 1922 G.C. Browning Herb Bunker

G G G F F F F C G F G

BIG SIX 1929 Wendell Baker 1930 Marshall Craig Wendell Baker 1931 Charles Huhn 1932 John Cooper 1933 Norman Wagner 1934 Denver Miller 1935 Kenneth Jorgensen 1939 John Lobsiger 1940 Blaine Currence John Lobsiger 1943 Thornton Jenkins 1944 Dan Pippin 1947 Dan Pippin

G F G C F C G G G C G F F G

BIG SEVEN 1948 Thornton Jenkins 1951 Bill Stauffer 1952 Bill Stauffer 1953 William Wilfong 1955 Med Park Norm Stewart 1956 Norm Stewart

G C C G G G G

BIG EIGHT 1960 Charles Henke 1961 Charles Henke 1964 Ray Bob Carey Bob Price 1965 George Flamank 1969 Don Tomlinson 1971 Henry Smith 1972 John Brown 1973 John Brown 1974 Al Eberhard 1975 Willie Smith 1976 Willie Smith Jim Kennedy 1977 Kim Anderson 1980 Larry Drew Curtis Berry 1981 Ricky Frazier 1982 Ricky Frazier Steve Stipanovich Jon Sundvold 1983 Steve Stipanovich Jon Sundvold 1985 Malcolm Thomas 1987 Derrick Chievous 1988 Derrick Chievous 1989 Byron Irvin

G G F G F F C F F F G G F C G F F F C G C G F F F G

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

Doug Smith Anthony Peeler Doug Smith Anthony Peeler Melvin Booker Melvin Booker

F G F G G G

BIG 12 2001 2002 2009 2011 2012

Kareem Rush Kareem Rush DeMarre Carroll Marcus Denmon Marcus Denmon

F F F G G

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G

CONFERENCE MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 1991 Doug Smith 1992 Anthony Peeler ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE 1972 Greg Flaker 1975 Kim Anderson 1977 Kim Anderson 1978 Brad Droy 1979 Brad Droy 1983 Steve Stipanovich 1985 Bill Roundtree 1989 Gary Leonard 1991 Jeff Warren 1992 Jeff Warren 1993 Jeff Warren 1995 Derek Grimm Kendrick Moore 1996 Kendrick Moore 1997 Chip Walther 2000 Mark Wampler 2001 Brian Grawer 2003 Josh Kroenke Ryan Kiernan 2004 Kevin Young 2005 Jimmy McKinney 2006 Jason Horton 2007 Marcus Watkins 2008 Matt Lawrence 2009 DeMarre Carroll Matt Lawrence 2010 Laurence Bowers J.T. Tiller 2012 Laurence Bowers 2013 Laurence Bowers Jabari Brown Danny Feldmann

G F F F F C G C F F F F G G G G G G G C G G G G F G F G F F G F

NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR 1976 Norm Stewart (UPI) 1982 Norm Stewart (APUPI) 1983 Norm Stewart (APUPI) 1987 Norm Stewart (APUPI) 1994 Norm Stewart (APBig 8) 2000 Quin Snyder Rookie Coach of the Year Basketball Times 2009 Mike Anderson (NABC) 2012 Frank Haith (AP/NABC) CONFERENCE NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 1975 Willie Smith (UPI) 1976 Stan Ray (APUPI) 1980 Steve Stipanovich (APUPI) 1989 Anthony Peeler (KC Star) 2007 Stefhon Hannah 2008 DeMarre Carroll 2011 Ricardo Ratliffe CONFERENCE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 1994 Kelly Thames (APBig 8) 2000 Kareem Rush (Coaches) CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1976 Willie Smith (APUPI) 1977 Kim Anderson (UPI) 1982 Ricky Frazier (APUPI) 1983 Steve Stipanovich (UPI) 1990 Doug Smith (APUPI) 1991 Doug Smith (APUPI) 1992 Anthony Peeler (AP) 1994 Melvin Booker (APBig 8) 2013 Phil Pressey (SEC - Preseason) ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN 1983 Steve Stipanovich C BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME Coach Walter Meanwell Coach Norm Stewart UNITED STATES OLYMPIANS 1948 Martin E. Nash, alternate on gold-medal team at London, England 1952 Dan Pippin, captain of goldmedal team at Helsinki, Finland 1972 John Brown, alternate on silver-medal team at Munich, West Germany DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2009 J.T. Tiller (Coaches/Media) SIXTH MAN OF THE YEAR 2009 Matt Lawrence 2012 Michael Dixon

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Mizzou All-Century Team Of Missouri’s 21 basketball All-Americans, several were selected retroactively by the Helms Foundation. George Williams, Herb Bunker, Arthur Browning, Marshall Craig and John Lobsiger were selected in 1943. Fred Williams and Craig Ruby were tabbed in 1957. Oil paintings of each by noted sports artist Ted Watts, commissioned by the St. Louis Tiger Club, hang in the lobby entrance to the basketball offices at Mizzou Arena. In 1988, Missouri began its All-America tree project. Envisioned by former Director of Athletics Jack Lengyel, and implemented by his successor, Dick Tamburo, Mizzou has planted trees in honor of each football and basketball All-American or Hall of Fame member. They’re located around Faurot Field, the Mizzou Athletic Training Center and Hearnes Center. Since Mizzou began its Intercollegiate Athletics Hall of Fame in 1990, 12 of Missouri’s basketball All-Americans have been inducted. TIGER ALL-AMERICANS 1916 Fred Williams, Guard 1918-19 Craig Ruby, Forward 1920-21 George Williams, Center 1921-23 Herb Bunker, Guard 1922-23 Arthur Browning, Forward 1930 Marshall Craig, Forward 1931 Max Collings, Forward 1939-40 John Lobsiger, Guard 1952 Bill Stauffer, Center 1956 Norm Stewart, Guard 1961 Charles Henke, Center 1972-73 John Brown, Forward 1976 Willie Smith, Guard 1982 Ricky Frazier, Forward 1983 Steve Stipanovich, Center 1983 Jon Sundvold, Guard 1987 Derrick Chievous, Forward 1990 Doug Smith, Forward 1992 Anthony Peeler, Guard 1994 Melvin Booker, Guard

MIZZOU ALL-CENTURY TEAM 20 Consensus All-Americans Melvin Booker, 1991-92-93-94 John Brown, 1971-72-73 Arthur Browning, 1921-22-23 Herb Bunker, 1921-22-23 Derrick Chievous, 1985-86-87-88 Max Collings, 1930-31 Marshall Craig, 1928-29-30 Ricky Frazier, 1980-81-82 Charles Henke, 1959-60-61 John Lobsiger, 1938-39-40 Anthony Peeler, 1989-90-91-92 Craig Ruby, 1918-19-20 Doug Smith, 1988-89-90-91 Willie Smith, 1975-76 Bill Stauffer, 1950-51-52 Norm Stewart, 1954-55-56 Steve Stipanovich, 1980-81-82-83 Jon Sundvold, 1980-81-82-83 Fred Williams, 1915-16 George Williams, 1920-21 Final 10 Members Voted By The Fans Kim Anderson, 1974-75-76-77 Keyon Dooling, 1999-2000 Larry Drew, 1977-78-79-80 Al Eberhard, 1972-73-74 Clarence Gilbert, 1999-2000-01-02 Byron Irvin, 1988-89 Arthur Johnson, 2001-02-03-04 Rickey Paulding, 2001-02-03-04 Kareem Rush, 2000-01-02 Kelly Thames, 1994-96-97-98

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Alex Oriakhi Mizzou In The NBA Draft Year Name 2013 Alex Oriakhi 2012 Kim English Marcus Denmon 2009 DeMarre Carroll 2005 Linas Kleiza 2004 Rickey Paulding 2002 Kareem Rush 2000 Keyon Dooling 1994 Jevon Crudup 1992 Anthony Peeler 1991 Doug Smith 1989 Byron Irvin Gary Leonard 1988 Derrick Chievous 1986 Dan Bingenheimer Jeff Strong 1985 Greg Cavener Malcolm Thomas 1984 Prince Bridges 1983 Steve Stipanovich Jon Sundvold 1982 Ricky Frazier Marvin McCrary 1981 Curtis Berry 1980 Larry Drew 1978 Clay Johnson 1977 Kim Anderson Jim Kennedy Scott Sims 1976 Willie Smith 1974 Al Eberhard Gary Link 1973 John Brown Mike Jeffries 1971 Henry Smith 1970 Don Tomlinson 1968 Gene Jones 1967 Ron Coleman 1964 Ray Bob Carey 1961 Charles Henke 1956 Norm Stewart 1955 Bob Reiter 1952 Bill Stauffer

Team Round Pick Phoenix Suns 2nd 57th Detroit Pistons 2nd 44th San Antonio Spurs 2nd 59th Memphis Grizzlies 1st 27th Portland Trailblazers 1st 27th (To Denver Nuggets) Detroit Pistons 2nd 54th Toronto Raptors 1st 20th (To L.A. Lakers) Orlando Magic 1st 10th (To L.A. Clippers) Detroit Pistons 2nd 48th Los Angeles Lakers 1st 15th Dallas Mavericks 1st 5th Portland Trail Blazers 1st 22nd Minnesota Timberwolves 2nd 34th Houston Rockets 1st 16th Golden St. Warriors 4th 75th Milwaukee Bucks 7th 151st Golden St. Warriors 5th 95th Los Angeles Clippers 6th 121st Detroit Pistons 5th 103rd Indiana Pacers 1st 2nd Seattle Supersonics 1st 16th Chicago Bulls 2nd 26th Phoenix Suns 5th 108th Kansas City Kings 3rd 58th Detroit Pistons 1st 17th Portland Trail Blazers 5th 110th Portland Trail Blazers 2nd 28th Detroit Pistons 5th 102nd San Antonio Spurs 5th 103rd Chicago Bulls 2nd 18th Detroit Pistons 1st 15th Buffalo Braves 6th 99th Atlanta Hawks 1st 10th KC-Omaha Kings 7th 110th Milwaukee Bucks 4th 68th Cleveland Cavaliers 14th 209th Milwaukee Bucks 10th 134th San Diego 9th 102nd San Francisco — — Los Angeles Lakers — — St. Louis — — Ft. Wayne — — Boston Celtics — —

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Mizzou All-Time Letterwinners A Abram, Alfred Adams, James Adams, Richard V. Allen, Robert D. Allouche, Danny G. Amos, Carl Anderson, Kim Anderson, Mark Anderson Jr., Mike Atkins, Mark Atzen, Richard Austin, James D.

1957-58 1936 1950-52 1970-72 1996-97 1979-81 1974-77 1974-76 2007-09 1993-94 1973 1943-44

B Bacchus, Robert C. 1925-27 Baker, Wendell H. 1928-30 Banger, Keith 1940-42 Bass, John Malery 1962 Bauer, Lane 1945 Beauchamp, C. 1965 Bedford, Lynn W. 1941 Beer, Ralph 1935-37 Bell, Keion 2013 Bennett, David A. 1967-68 Bentley, Leon 1943 Berardini, Nick 2006-08 Bernet, Frederick H. 1907-09 Bernet, Milton E. 1913-14 Berry, Curtis 1978-81 Bidewell, Carl Ben 1948 Bingenheimer, Dan 1985-86 Blind, James S. 1973 Blume, Wallace M. 1934 Boekemeier, Orval 1931 Bond, George A. 1920-22 Booker, Melvin 1991-94 Bounds, Kenneth 1946-47 Bowers, Laurence 2009-11, 13 Bredehoeft, Eugene 1937 Bridges, Prince 1982-84 Brockman, Kurt 1985-86 Brookfield, Dutton 1937 Brown, Jabari 2013 Brown, John Y. 1971-73 Brown, Kenneth 1937-38 Brown, Leonard 1944-45 Brown, Marshall 2005-08 Browning, George M. 1919-21 Browning, J. Arthur 1921-23 Bryant, Travon L. 2001-04 Buchner, Lorne G. 1924-26 Bull, Dominique 2013 Bunker, Herbert 1921-23 Buntin, Nathan 1987-90 Burns, Edwards R. 1942 Burns, John 1992

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Burress, Loyd F. 1909-11 Butterfield, Darryl 2007-08 Buxton, Richard 1976 C Campbell, Hubert Campbell, Jess L. Carey, Ray Bob Carroll, DeMarre Carroll, John Carter, Ralph J.T. Casteel, Wynne M. Castilo, Calvin D. Cavener, Greg Channon, James Chapman, James S. Chievous, Derrick Church, Greg Clabon, James Clemons, Ricky Coe, U.C. Coffey, Ralph R. Cohle, Herman B. Colbert, Vaughn Coleman, Jamal Coleman, Ronnie Collings, Max M. Collins, Paul Colson, Ed Combs, Scott F. Conkling, Roscoe Conley, Jason Constantz, George Cooper, Clay Cooper, John M. Copley, Rocky K. Coward, Lee Cox, Ronald Craig, Cleo Frank Craig, Marshall Criswell, Tony Crowder, Dale Crudup, Jevon Cruts, Robert Currence, Blaine Currie, Jeffrey

1930-31 1916-18 1962-64 2008-09 1936-37 1941-42 1952-54 1911 1982-85 1926-27 1967 1985-88 1986-89 1976-77 2003 1906-07 1919-21 1909-11 1971 1990-92 1965-67 1930-31 1944 1937 1995-96 1910 2004-05 1941 1938-40 1932-34 1974 1987-90 1960 1913 1928-30 2013 1944 1991-94 1954 1938-40 1974-78

D Dailey, Brian Dandridge, Glen Dangos, Stephen Davis, Victor K. Decker, Tate Dellastatious, W. Denmon, Marcus Denny, Charles Dinsdale, Albert J.

2004-05 2005-07 1974 1931-32 1997 1944-45 2009-12 1954-56 1961-63

Dinsdale, Robert Dippold, Donald C. Dixon, Michael Dooling, Keyon Dore, Thomas Doughty, Kenneth Douglas, James Dressler, Mark Drew, Larry Driver, William L. Droy, Bradley Drum, Lex Drumm, Manual G. Dunham, Derek

1966-67 1951-52 2010-12 1999-00 1979-80 1961-63 2006 1979-83 1977-80 1907-08 1976-79 1979 1914-15 1994

E Early, Dan Eberhard, Al Echols, Najeeb Edmiston, George Edwards, George Egelhoff, Rodger L. Elgin, James D. Elmore, Lloyd D. English, Kim Estes, Cecil Ettinger, John W. Evans, George

1963-65 1972-74 2002 1930 1911-13 1956-58 1933 1953-55 2009-12 1984 1938 1941-42

F Faurot, Donald 1922-24 Feldmann, Danny 2013 Ferguson, D. 1996 Ferguson, Jeffrey 2002-03 Filbert, Garvin P. 1953-55 Finner, Marlo T. 1993-94 Flaker, Greg 1971-72 Flamank, George 1926-28 Flamank, George Jr. 1963-65 Flamank, William Jr. 1974-75 Ford, Travis 1990 Fordyce, Hazelett 1925 Forristall, Glennon 1957-58 Foster, Michael 1978-81 Foster, William J. 1971-73 Fowler, Jerry 1948-50 Fowler, Lee Irvin 1953-55 Franks, Theophilus 1968-70 Frazier, Gary 1966-68 Frazier, Lamont 1991-94 Frazier, Ricky 1980-82 Freeman, Dale 1945 Frost, Jed 1991-94 G Gage, Justin C. Gardner, John M.

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2000-02 1907-09


Gardner, Thomas Garner, Gary Garrett, Howard Garwitz, Robert Gilbert, Clarence Gosen, Donald G. Graves, Dorcet V. Grawer, Brian D. Grebing, Walter Gregg, Herbert A. Griffin, Michael A. Griffin, Michael J. Grimes, Kalen Grimm, Derek Groves, Robert D. Gwinn, Richard D.

2004-06 1963-65 1961-62 1943-47 1999-02 1951 1908-09 1998-01 1960-61 1940-42 1971-72 2001-02 2005-07 1994-97 1912 1946

H Hackney, Theodore 1910 Hafer, Jeffrey A. 1997-00 Hahn, Orrel 1943 Haith, Corey 2013 Haley, Samuel D. 1995-96 Haley, Simeon D. 1995-96 Halstead, Hal 1938-39 Hamilton, Forrest 1951 Hamilton, Gordon H. 1927 Handley, Don R. 1935 Hannah, Stefhon 2007 Harbin, Elmer Lee 1958-59 Hardge, Monte J. 1996-99 Hardy, Lynn 1985-88 Harvey, Donald L. 1941-42 Harvey, William W. 1938-40 Hatfield, Clarence 1936-37 Hatfield, Woodrow 1933-34 Hays, Robert S. 1922-24 Haynes, William E. 1947-49 Heimburger, John 1945 Heineman, August 1949-51 Heinsohn, Robert 1944-45 Heller, Chris 1990-94 Helmbrock, Pete 1968-70 Henderson, Carmin 1935-37 Henke, Charles 1959-61 Henley, Hezekiah 1907-09 Henry, Charles D. 1932 Henson, Kent 1956 Hollrah, Wayne 1962 Holst, William O. 1953-54 Horton, Jason 2005-08 Horton, Jim 1990-91 Horton, Steve 1992 Houston, Lyle 1961-62 Hughes, Ronald L. 1953-54 Huhn, Charles 1929-31 Hunter, Michael N. 1961-62 Hyde, Harley C. 1915-16

I Ingram, Michael Irvin, Byron

1987 1988-89

J Jackson, Jake Jankovic, Stefan Jeffries, Mike Jenkins, Thornton Jensen, Burton Jerman, Felix John, Duane Johnson, Arthur D. Johnson, Clay Johnson, Derrick Johnson, Douglas Johnson, Robert E. Johnson, Thomas Jones, Andrew Jones, Eugene Jones, Ron Jorgensen, Ken A. Joyner, Dan W.

2002-03 2013 1971-73 1943-48 1959-60 1972 2002 2001-04 1977-78 1994 1969-70 1971 1967-68 2012 1968 1981-84 1933-35 1925-27

K Keirsey, Harland Kennedy, James G. Kiernan, Ryan King, Kevin Kirksey, Michael E. Kleiza, Linas Knight, John S. Kreklow, Ricky Kroenke, Josh W. Kundert, Charles Kurash, Eugene

1937-39 1974-77 2001-03 1973-74 1957-58 2004-05 1921-22 2011 2000-04 1968-70 1945

L Lafferty, H. George Landolt, Harold G. Laughlin, Newton Laurie, Barry Laurie, Spencer Lawrence, Keon Lawrence, Matt Lee, Tyron Bartel Leimbach, J.C. Leonard, Gary Lester, Ralph Lewis, Jerry M. Link, Gary Lobsiger, John Lockett, James Lorrance, Darrell Loyear, John Lyons, Leo

1949-51 1951-53 1925 1979-83 2004-05 2007-08 2006-09 1997-98 1960 1986-89 1923-24 1924 1972-74 1938-40 1959-61 1947 1965 2006-09

M Matheny, Edward Maurer, Barry McCrary, Marvin McDaniel, Robert McDonough, J. McDuffie, Tony McIntyre, John McKinney, Jimmy McMillan, Hugh R. McMillen, Don Mickelson, Edward Miller, Denver P. Milling, Richard Mills, Loren Mills, Orion Bruce Miltenberger, T. Mimlitz, Ted Minx, Beauford Minx, Charles C. Monsees, Ned Moody, Dwight Moore, Albert C. Moore, Kendrick Moore, Steve Morgan, Richard C. Moulder, Wendell Murdock, L. Dee E. Murray, Arthur Murrey, Robert E. Musser, Steve

1942-43 1969-70 1981-82 1968 1926 1984 1988-90 2003-06 1924-26 1948-49 1945 1932-34 1966-67 1940-42 1962 1967 1984 1944 1944 1964-65 1983 1907 1995-96 2009-12 1929-30 1946 1996-97 1936 1949-52 1984-86

N Nash, Martin E.

1939-41

O Obyrne, Eugene F. 1910-11 Oligschlaeger, R.C. 1952-53 O’Liney, Paul A. 1994-95 Oriakhi, Alex 2013 Osborne, J. Frank 1918 Owens, William H. 1967 P Paden, Jon Street Palfreyman, G. Palfreyman, J. Park, Medford Parker, Johnnie T. Parker, Joseph G. Passer, Bernard Paul, Miguel Paulding, Rickey Jr. Payne, Charles N. Peeler, Anthony Peirick, Lawrence Pexa, Ronald Lee Pierpoint, Carl

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Pike, David D. Pinkney, Henry Pippin, Dan Pound, James Potthoff, Mike Powell, W. Evans Pressey, Matt Pressey, Phil Price, Robert G. Pulliam, Richard

1969-70 1966-68 1944-48 1960 1985 1934-36 2011-12 2011-13 1962-63 1959

R Ramsey, Keith Ratliffe, Ricardo Ray, Dibiashi M. Ray, Stanley Reeve, Dustin Reichert, Redford Reiter, Robert Richards, Edward Ristine, Carl Linder Roach, Justin M. Robinson, Walter Rolf, Devon Ronsick, Edward G. Rosburg, Andy Rosburg, Ryan Ross, Earnest Ross, Robert Ross, William Earl Round, Thomas L. Roundtree, Bill Rowan, Matthew J. Rubin, Adolph Ruble, Herbert Ruby, James Craig Rudd, Charles A. Rudolph, John Rush, Kareem L. Rust, Gary Wayne

2009-10 2012 1997-98 1976-78 1997 1954-56 1952-55 1955-57 1907-09 1927-29 1943 1987-88 1955-57 2012 2013 2013 1946 1955-57 1976 1983-86 1999 1949-51 1928-29 1918-20 1964-66 1947 2000-02 1955

S Safford, Justin Sally, Gene Salmon, Orv Sandbothe, Mike Sarver, Donald Schaper, Ernest Schoonmaker, R. Schroeder, Eric G. Schumacher, P. Scott, George P. Scott, L. Joe Shawver, Kirk Shepherd, Kenneth Sherman, Ozzie Shirky, Sam Bryan Shockley, Kenneth Siebert, Wilfred C.

2008-11 1954 1971-73 1986-89 1959-61 1934-35 1953-54 1919-20 1999-00 1919-20 1959-61 1979 1917 1945 1916-18 1950 1956-58

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Sims, Scott Slusher, Clyde H. Smith, Doug Smith, Henry Smith, Lionel L. Smith, Pleasant R. Smith, Reggie Smith, Willie Snodgrass, Harry Soyoye, Tajudeen Sparks, Mark Speelman, Jacob Stallman, Dave E. Stark, Earl Richard Stauffer, William A. Stava, William Stehr, Paul William Stephens, John S. Stern, Jay L. Stevenson, William Stewart, Norman Stewart, Rob Stiegemeier, Earl Stipanovich, Steve Stock, Jerry Stoehner, Kenn Stoll, Vik Edwin Stokes, Wesley D. Storm, Lee Roy Strom, LaVere Strong, Jeff Stroot, Donald H. Stuber, George M. Sundvold, Jon Sutherland, Jason Sutton, Bradd Sutton, Jarrett

1975-77 1917-18 1988-91 1969-70 1955-57 1943-49 1991-94 1975-76 1912 2000-01 1983 1914-16 1975-76 1942-43 1950-52 1907-09 1957 1955-58 1913 1999-00 1954-56 2003 1945-46 1980-83 1971-73 1978-79 1976 2001-02 1941-43 1935-37 1985-86 1948-50 1932-34 1980-83 1994-97 1987-90 2009-12

T Talley, Cliff G. 1958-60 Tate, Corey Terrell 1995-97 Taylor, Tom 1951 Taylor, Zaire 2009-10 Teague, Shawn 1981 Thames, Kelly A. 1994-98 Thoenen, Thomas 1968-69 Thomas, Malcolm 1984-85 Thompson, Leonard 1934-35 Tiller, J.T. 2007-10 Tison, Haskell 1938-40 Todd, Claude G. 1936 Tomlinson, Donald 1968-70 Turlington, Terry 1961-62 Tuttle, Charles E. 1925 U Underwood, John

V Vanatta, Robert Van Hoozer, Max Vanice, Kaer P. Van Rheen, Danny Viner, Harry Vogt, Paul B. Volkus, Vaidotas

1966-67 1936 1922-23 1976-77 1917-18 1917-19 2007-08

W Wachter, Robert M. 1947-50 Wagner, Norman O. 1931-33 Waldorf, John D. 1928-30 Walker, Michael 1982-83 Wallace, Stephen 1979 Waller, James A. 1964 Walsh, John R. 1924-25 Walther, Chip A. 1994-97 Wampler, Mark P. 1998-00 Warren, Jeff 1990-93 Watkins, Marcus 2006-07 Watson, Arch 1939-40 Wear, John A. 1914-16 Weaver, Steven P. 1998 Webster-Chan, Negus 2013 Welsh, George H. 1927-28 Welsh, Harry J. Jr. 1928-30 Wheat, Frank 1923-25 White, Albert Jr. 1998-99 White, James 1945-46 Wilfong, Alva W. 1953 Williams, George L. 1920-21 Winfield, Julian Q. 1994-96 Witt, Daniel B. 1946-51 Wolf, Gail 1974-75 Woods, John A. Jr. 1998-99 Wortham, Blake 1984-85 Wright, Donald W. 1963 Wyrostek, Steve L. 1962 Y Yunker, Kenneth Young, Kevin

1926-28 2003-06

Z Zimmerman, Donald 1951-52 Zinn, James A. 1931-32

2010

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Mizzou Roster By Jersey Number 00 Uche Okafor, C

2001-02

0 Ricky Clemons, G Jevon Crudup, F

2002-03 1991-94

1 DeMarre Carroll, F 2008-09 Wes Clark, G 2014 Jimmy McKinney, G 2003-06 Phil Pressey, G 2011-13 2 Jason Conley, G Tony Criswell James Douglas, G Ricky Kreklow, G Keon Lawrence, G Wesley Stokes, G

2004-05 2014 2005-06 2011 2007-08 2001-02

3 Mark Atkins, G 1993-94 Derrick Chievous, G/F 1985-88 Tony Criswell, F 2013 Thomas Gardner, G 2004-06 Stefhon Hannah, G 2006-08 Tyron Lee, G 1997-98 Kendrick Moore, G 1995-96 Miguel Paul, G 2008-10 Matt Pressey, G 2011-12 Kenge Stevenson, F 1999-00 Johnathan Williams, F 2014 4 Lee Coward, G Tate Decker, G Clarence Gilbert, G Corey Haith, G Reggie Smith, G J.T. Tiller, G

1987-90 1996-97 1999-02 2013-14 1991-94 2007-10

5 Keion Bell, G 2013 Travon Bryant, F 2001-04 Jordan Clarkson, G 2014 Keyon Dooling, G 1999-00 Travis Ford, G 1989-90 Leo Lyons, F 2005-09 Jason Sutherland, G 1994-97 10 Nick Berardini, G Dominique Bull, G Michael Dixon Ryan Kiernan, G Spencer Laurie, G Barry Laurie, G Tony McDuffie, G Bob Price, G Ricardo Ratliffe, F

2006-08 2013 2010 2001-03 2003-05 1979-81 1983-84 1962-63 2011-12

Don Sarver, G Chip Walther, G

1959-61 1994-97

11 Danny Allouche, G 1996-97 Michael Dixon, G 2011-12 Tom Drexler, F 1979-83 Ronnie Coleman, G 1965-67 Justin Gage, G 2000-02 Duane John, G 2001-02 Derrick Johnson, G 1993-94 Jim Lockett, G 1959-61 Shane Rector, G 2014 Mark Wampler, G/F 1998-00 Zaire Taylor, G 2008-10 12 Marcus Denmon, G Bryan Grawer, G Jason Horton, G Devon Rolf, G Jeff Strong, G

2008-12 1998-01 2004-08 1978-88 1985-86

13 Mike Anderson Jr., G Curtis Berry, F Jim Horton, C Julian Winfield, G/F

2007-09 1978-81 1990-91 1994-96

14 Negus Webster-Chan, G 2013 Kevin Young, F/C 2003-06 15 Melvin Booker, G Prince Bridges, G Marshall Brown, F Gary Frazier, F Kadeem Green, F Burt Jensen, G Josh Kroenke, G Ned Monsees, F Keith Ramsey, F Shawn Teague, G Steve Wallace, G Donald Wright, F

1991-94 1982-84 2004-08 1966-68 2011 1959-60 2000-04 1964-65 2008-10 1980-81 1978-79 1962-63

20 Mike Griffin, G Kevin King, G Bruce Mills, G Scott Sims, G Ken Stoehner, G Jon Sundvold, G Cliff Talley, F

1971-72 1973-74 1961-62 1975-77 1978-79 1980-83 1958-60

21 Laurence Bowers, F Marlo Finner, G/F Byron Irvin, G Dwight Moody, G/F

2008-13 1993-94 1988-89 1982-83

Bill Owens, F Dibi Ray, G Kareem Rush, F Orv Salmon, G

1966-67 1997-98 2000-02 1971-73

22 Nathan Buntin, F 1987-90 Ray Bob Carey, F 1962-64 Steve Dangos, G 1973-74 Larry Drew, G 1977-80 Desmond Ferguson, G 1996-97 Lamont Frazier, G/F 1991-94 Marvin McCrary, G 1981-82 David Pike, G 1969-70 Billy Roundtree, G 1983-86 Joe Scott, G 1959-61 23 Dave Bennett, G 1967-68 Gary Garner, G 1963-65 Doug Johnson, F 1969-70 John McIntyre, G 1988-09 Paul O’Liney, G 1994-95 Ricky Paulding, G 2001-04 Robert Roundtree, G 1983-86 Justin Safford, F 2007-11 Chuck Simms, F 1975-77 Jerry Stock, G 1971-73 Billy Taylor, G 1950-51 Marcus Watkins, G 2005-07 24 Charles Beauchamp, G 1964-65 Jeff Currie, G 1974-78 Bryan Dailey, G 2004-05 Mark Dressler, F 1979-83 Kim English, G 2008-12 Greg Flaker, G 1971-72 Jeff Hafer, G 1997-00 Lynn Hardy, G 1985-88 Jake Jackson, G 2002-03 Torren Jones, F 2014 Henry Pinkney, G 1966-68 25 Glen Dandridge, G/F 2004-07 Mike Foster, G 1978-81 Jed Frost, G 1991-94 Tom Johnson, G/F 1967-68 John Loyear, F/C 1964-65 Steve Musser, G/F 1984-86 Dave Stallman, G 1975-76 Jarrett Sutton, G 2008-12 Terry Turlington, G 1961-62

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30 Mark Anderson, F Steve Blind, F Walt Grebing, F Bob Johnson, F Barry Maurer, G Bob McDaniel, G Willie Smith, G Jim Waller, F

1974-76 1972-73 1960-61 1970-71 1969-70 1967-68 1975-76 1963-64

31 Scott Combs, F 1994-95 Danny Feldmann, F 2013-14 Johnnie Parker, G/F 1998-01 Tom Thoenen, F 1968-69 Blake Wortham, F/C 1984-85 32 Kurt Brockman, F Jabari Brown, G Jim Chapman, F Jamal Coleman, F Jeffery Ferguson,C Ricky Frazier, F Felix Jerman, F Clay Johnson, F Steve Moore, C Corey Tate, G/F Vaidotas Volkus, F John Woods, G

1985-86 2013-14 1966-67 1990-92 2002-03 1980-82 1971-72 1977-78 2008-12 1995-97 2006-08 1998-99

33 John Burns, G 1991-92 Greg Church, G/F 1986-89 Vaughn Colbert, F 1970-71 Najeeb Echols, G/F 2001-02 Mike Hunter, G 1961-62 Matt Lawrence, G/F 2005-09 Earnest Ross, G 2013-14 Tajudeen Soyoye, C 2000-01 Tyler Stone, F 2009-10 Kelly Thames, F 1994-98 Rob Vanatta, G 1966-67 Michael Walker, G 1982-83 Don Wright, F 1962-63 34 Dick Buxton, F Michael Ingram, F Eugene Jones, F Rich Milling, C Charles Payne, C Ron Pexa, F Kirk Shawver, F Doug Smith, C Mark Sparks, F

168

1975-76 1986-87 1967-68 1966-67 1968-69 1973-74 1978-79 1988-91 1982-83

35 Carl Amos, F 1979-81 Darryl Butterfield, F 2006-08 Greg Cavener, F/C 1982-85 Jim Dinsdale, G 1961-62 Michael Griffin, G 2001-02 Stefan Jankovic, F 2013-14 Andrew Jones, F 2012 Jim Kennedy, F 1974-77 Tom Miltenberger, F 1966-67 Dustin Reeve, F 1996-97 Bradd Sutton, F/C 1987-90 John Underwood 2009-10 40 Bob Dinsdale, G 1966-67 Jim Dinsdale, G 1962-63 Pete Helmbock, G/F 1968-70 Wayne Hollrah, F 1961-62 Bob Johnson, F 1970-71 Gary Link, F 1972-74 Steve Stipanovich, C 1980-83 41 George Flamank, F Chris Heller, C Lyle Houston, F Linas Kleiza, F/C Barry Maurer, G Steve Wyrostek, C

1963-65 1990-94 1961-62 2004-05 1969-70 1961-62

42 Kim Anderson, F 1974-77 Curtis Berry, F 1978-81 Lex Drum, C 1978-79 Derek Dunham, F 1993-94 Bill Flamank, F 1974-75 Derek Grimm, F 1994-97 J.C. Leimbach, F 1959-60 Alex Oriakhi, F/C 2013 Mike Sandbothe, F 1986-89 Malcolm Thomas, F 1984-85 Danny Van Rheen, F 1975-76 44 Tom Dore, C 1979-80 Ken Doughty, G 1961-63 Al Eberhard, F 1972-74 Kalen Grimes, F 2005-07 Sammie Haley, F/C 1995-96 Ron Jones, G/F 1981-84 Chuck Kundert, F/C 1968-70 Anthony Peeler, G 1989-92 Mike Potthoff, F 1984-85 Andy Rosburg, F 2012 Ryan Rosburg, F 2013-14 Danny Van Rheen, F 1976-77 Albert White, F/C 1998-99

45 James Clabon, C Don Early, F Bill Flamank, F/C Simeon Haley, F/C Mike Jeffries, F Ted Mimlitz, G/F Keanau Post, F Jeff Warren, F

1976-77 1963-65 1974-75 1994-95 1971-73 1983-84 2014 1990-93

50 Alfred Abram, F Rick Atzen, F John Brown, F Howard Garrett, C Arthur Johnson, C L. Dee Murdock, F

1957-58 1972-73 1971-73 1961-62 2001-04 1996-97

Charlie Rudd, G/F Don Tomlinson, F

1964-66 1968-70

51 Larry Pierick, F/C

1967-68

52 John Bass, C Bill Foster, F Gary Leonard, C Richard Milling, C Ron Pexa, C Matt Rowan, F Ed Stoll, F

1961-62 1971-73 1986-89 1966-67 1973-74 1998-99 1975-76

53 Derek Dunham, F Monte Hardge, C Steve Horton, F Gail Wolf, C

1993-94 1996-99 1990-91 1974-75

54 Bob Allen, C 1970-72 Malery Bass, C 1961-62 Dan Bingenheimer, F 1985-86 Rocky Copley, C 1973-74 Brad Droy, F 1976-79 Pat Schumacher, C 1999-00 Steve Wyrostek, C 1961-62 55 Rick Atzen, C 1972-73 Charles Henke, C 1959-60 Tom Miltenberger, F/C 1966-67 Stan Ray, C 1976-78 Henry Smith, F/C 1969-70 Gail Wolf, C 1975-76 * Some numbers will duplicate/ vary based on different home and away uniform numbers.

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Missouri’s All-Time Head Coaching Records Coach Isadore Anderson A.M. Ebright Guy Lowman Chester Brewer O.F. Field Eugene Van Gent John Miller Walter Meanwell Craig Ruby George Bond George Edwards Wilbur Stalcup Bob Vanatta Norm Stewart Quin Snyder Melvin Watkins ** Mike Anderson Frank Haith Mizzou Totals

Years 1906-07 1907-08 1908-10 1910-11 1911-14 1914-16 1916-17, 18-19 1917-18, 19-20 1920-22 1922-26 1926-46 1946-62 1962-67 1967-99 1999-06 2005-06 2006-11 2011-13 1906-present

Seasons 1 1 2 1 3 2 2 2 2 4 20 16 5 32 7 1 5 2 108

Won 10 8 19 5 22 21 26 34 33 34 181 195 42 631 126 2 111 53 1,553

Lost 6 10 15 7 27 9 7 2 2 38 172 179 80 333 91 5 57 16 1,056

Pct. .625 .444 .559 .417 .449 .700 .788 .944 .933 .472 .513 .521 .344 .656 .580 .286 .661 .768 .595

** Served as interim coach for seven games following Quin Snyder’s resignation

Missouri’s All-Time Assistant Coaches Since 1955

Thornton Jenkins 1957-61 Norm Stewart 1957-61 Gerry Hedgepath 1955-57 Paul Geymann 1961-65 Ralph Peterson 1962-64 Mike Kirksey 1964-65 Bob Price 1967-69 Howard Crittenden 1965-66 Glen Cafer 1966-67 Roy Dewitz 1967-69 Dan McCleary 1969-74 Walt Shublon 1969-71 Don Kelly 1970-76 Gene Jones 1974-83 Jerry McColley 1974-75 George Scholz 1976-77, 1978-81 Gary Garner 1977-81 Bob Sundvold 1981-91 Gary Filbert 1981-85 Rich Grawer 1981-82 Kim Anderson 1982-85, 1991-99 Rich Daly 1983-99

Anthony Smith Sam Moore Brad Sutton Lee Winfield Lynn Hardy John Hammond Tony Harvey Igor Kokoskov Lane Odom Marcus Perez Melvin Watkins Jeff Meyer Lance Irvin Jay Spoonhour Matt Zimmerman T.J. Cleveland Isaac Chew Tim Fuller Ernie Nestor Dave Leitao Rick Carter Mark Phelps

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All-Time Records vs. Opponents Air Force 2-1 Alabama 2-4 UAB 1-2 Alabama State 1-0 Alaska-Anchorage 1-1 Alaska-Fairbanks 1-0 Alcorn State 2-0 American 2-0 Appalachian State 1-0 Arizona 1-1 Arizona State 2-1 Arkansas 19-20 Ark.-Pine Bluff 4-0 Arkansas State 5-0 Army 1-0 Auburn 1-0 Augustana (S.D.) 1-0 Austin Peay 9-0 Baker 1-1 Baylor 16-10 Belmont 0-1 Binghamton 1-0 Bradley 2-0 Brown 2-0 Bucknell 1-0 Buffalo 1-0 Butler 3-2 Cal Poly-Pomona 1-0 California 5-2 California-Davis 1-0 Cal. St.-Long Beach 2-0 Cal. St.-Northridge 2-0 Cal. St.-Sacramento 1-0 Canisius 1-0 Centenary 4-0 Central Arkansas 1-0 Central Methodist 10-2 Central Michigan 1-0 Central Missouri 10-2 Central Wesleyan 1-0 Chaminade 3-0 Chicago State 4-0 Cincinnati 0-1 CC of New York 1-0 Clemson 2-1 Coastal Carolina 2-0 Colgate 1-0 Colorado 99-53 Colorado State 1-2 Connecticut 0-1 Coppin State 7-1 170

Cornell 2-0 Creighton 9-7 Davidson 1-2 Dayton 2-0 Denver 3-0 DePaul 2-3 Detroit 2-0 Drake 27-7 Duke 0-2 Duquesne 1-0 East Carolina 1-0 Eastern Illinois 3-0 Eastern Kentucky 1-0 Eastern Michigan 1-0 Eastern Washington 1-0 Emporia State 2-0 Evansville 2-0 Fairfield 1-0 Fairleigh Dickinson 2-0 Florida 1-1 Florida A&M 2-0 Florida State 2-2 Fordham 1-0 Fort Riley 1-0 Ft Leonard Wood 3-0 Furman 1-0 George Washington 3-0 Georgetown 0-2 Georgia 4-0 Georgia Tech 0-1 Gonzaga 2-1 Grambling 1-0 Grambling State 1-0 Great Lakes NTS 0-1 Grinnell 9-5 Harden-Simmons 2-0 Haskell Institute 1-1 Hawaii 4-1 Hawaii-Hilo 1-0 Hawaii-Loa 1-0 Hilyards 0-2 Holy Cross 1-0 Houston 3-4 Idaho 3-1 Illinois 16-27 Indiana 9-9 Indiana State 1-0 Iowa 7-10 Iowa Pre-Flight 0-2 Iowa State 149-84 Jackson State 7-0

Joplin YMCA 1-0 Kansas 95-172 Kansas City Poly 2-0 Kansas State 117-118 Kennesaw State 1-0 Kentucky 0-5 Kentucky State 1-0 Lafayette 1-0 Lamar 2-1 LaSalle 2-0 Liberty 1-0 Lipscomb 1-0 Long Beach State 2-0 Louisiana State 1-2 Louisiana Tech 1-0 Louisville 2-2 Loyola, IL 1-2 MacMurray 1-0 Marist 1-0 Marquette 5-4 Maryland 4-1 Massachusetts 0-1 McMurray 1-0 McNeese State 1-0 Memphis 5-7 Mercer 4-0 Miami (FL) 1-0 Michigan 1-4 Michigan State 4-3 Middle Tenn. State 1-0 Midwestern State 1-0 Minnesota 0-2 Mississippi 1-2 Mississippi State 3-1 Miss. Valley State 1-0 UMKC 3-0 Missouri State 2-2 Missouri Valley 2-0 Missouri-Rolla 5-0 MO Athletic Club 2-2 Montana 1-0 Montana State 2-0 Morehead State 1-0 Morgan State 1-0 Murray State 4-0 Navy 3-0 Nebraska 126-93 Nebraska Wesleyan 1-0 Nebraska-Kearney 2-0 Nebraska-Omaha 1-0 New Mexico 0-1

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New Mexico State 1-0 New York Univ. 0-2 Niagara 1-0 Nicholls State 2-0 Norfolk State 0-1 Norman ATTC 0-1 North Alabama 1-0 North Carolina 4-5 North Carolina State 1-2 North Carolina A&T 2-0 North Dakota 1-0 North Dakota State 1-0 North Florida 1-0 North Texas 2-0 Northeast Missouri 1-0 Northern Arizona 1-0 Northern Colorado 2-0 Northern Illinois 1-0 Northern Iowa 3-1 Northern Michigan 1-0 Northwest Missouri 3-0 Northwestern 4-3 Northwestern State 2-0 Notre Dame 7-2 Oakland 3-0 Ohio 4-1 Ohio State 6-4 Oklahoma 97-112 Oklahoma City 1-0 Oklahoma State 77-41 Olathe NAB 1-4 Old Dominion 5-0 Oral Roberts 6-1 Oregon 5-0 Oregon State 2-1 Pacific 1-1 Pepperdine 1-0 Portland 1-0 Prairie View A&M 2-0 Presbyterian 1-0 Princeton 2-0 Purdue 3-8 Rhode Island 1-1 Rice 7-0 Richmond 0-1 Rutgers 1-2 Sacramento State 2-0 St. Bonaventure 2-0 St. Francis, Pa. 1-0 St. John’s 0-1 St. Joseph’s 0-1 Saint Louis 21-19

Samford 1-0 Sam Houston State 1-1 San Diego State 1-1 San Francisco 0-1 San Jose State 2-0 Santa Clara 0-1 Savannah State 2-0 Seattle 0-1 Seton Hall 0-1 Slippery Rock 1-0 South Alabama 1-1 South Carolina 2-0 South Carolina State 1-0 South Dakota 4-0 South Dakota State 3-0 Southeast Missouri 7-0 Southern 6-0 Southern California 6-5 Southern Illinois 6-1 SIU – Edwardsville 2-0 Southern Indiana 2-0 Southern Methodist 9-4 Stanford 1-0 Texas State 3-0 Stephen F. Austin 1-0 Stetson 3-0 Syracuse 1-5 Tarkio 1-0 Temple 2-1 Tennessee 4-3 UT-Chattanooga 4-0 Tennessee-Martin 5-0 Tennessee State 2-0 Tennessee Tech 1-0 Texas 14-12 Texas A&M 14-11 Texas A&M-CC 1-0 Texas Christian 4-1 Texas-El Paso 3-2 Texas-Pan American 4-0 Texas-San Antonio 1-0 Texas Southern 1-0 Texas Tech 15-8 Toledo 1-1 Tulane 2-0 Tulsa 4-2 U.S. International 1-0 UCLA 1-6 UNC-Ashville 2-0 UNC-Greensboro 1-0 UNLV 3-2 Utah 0-2

Utah State 1-1 UTEP 3-2 Valparaiso 3-0 Vanderbilt 3-3 Villanova 2-0 Virginia 1-4 VCU 2-0 Virginia Tech 2-0 Wake Forest 0-2 Washburn 2-0 Washington 3-4 Washington (MO) 72-29 Washington State 1-1 West Texas State 1-0 Western Carolina 2-0 Western Illinois 2-0 Western Ontario 1-0 Westminster 10-0 West Virginia 1-1 Wichita State 3-0 William Jewell 4-0 William & Mary 1-0 Winthrop 0-1 Wisconsin 4-7 UW-Green Bay 2-0 UW-Oshkosh 1-0 Wofford 1-0 Wyoming 4-1 Xavier 2-2 Yale 1-0 Youngstown State 1-0

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All-Time Game-by-Game vs. SEC Opponents Alabama 12-2-67 W 74-58 Florida (Crimson Tide leads, 4-2) at Fayetteville, AR (Series tied, 1-1) 12-10-77 L 71-75 11-30-68 W 60-59 1-19-13 L 52-83 at Birmingham, AL at Fayetteville, AR at Gainesville, FL 12-18-78 L 58-65 12-1-69 W 58-51 2-19-13 W 63-60 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-30-86 L *82-91 12-1-70 W 80-78 OT at Kansas City, MO at Fayetteville, AR Georgia 3-18-96 L #49-72 12-4-71 W 74-73 (Tigers lead, 4-0) at Tuscaloosa, AL at Columbia, MO 3-15-01 W *70-68 11-20-01 W +75-68 11-28-80 L *73-81 at Greensboro, NC at Kansas City, MO at Anchorage, AL 1-3-08 W 83-76 1-8-13 W !84-68 12-28-88 W 83-78 at Athens, GA at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-2-09 W 89-61 + Guardians Classic 12-13-89 W 89-88 at Columbia, MO * BMA Holiday Classic at Fayetteville, AR 1-16-13 W 79-62 # Postseason NIT 12-8-90 L 82-95 at Columbia, MO ! Inaugural SEC Game at Columbia, MO * NCAA East Regional 12-7-91 W 87-76 Arkansas at Fayetteville, AR Kentucky (Razorbacks lead, 20-19) 12-19-92 L 68-73 (Wildcats lead, 5-0) 12-18-50 W 54-32 at Columbia, MO 12-31-60 L 69-81 at Columbia, MO 12-2-93 L 68-120 at Lexington, KY 12-20-51 L 43-49 at Fayetteville, AR 12-17-71 L *79-83 at Fayetteville, AR 12-3-94 L 71-94 at Lexington, KY 12-16-52 L 64-65 at Columbia, MO 11-26-97 L #55-77 at Columbia, MO 12-5-95 L 93-104 at Maui, HI 12-19-53 L 63-64 at Fayetteville, AR 12-30-99 L +53-70 at Fayetteville, AR 12-7-96 L 76-80 at New Orleans, LA 12-15-54 W 77-58 at Columbia, MO 2-23-13 L 83-90 OT at Columbia, MO 12-6-97 L 46-75 at Lexington, KY 1-2-56 W 51-50 at Fayetteville, AR *-Kentucky Invitational at Fayetteville, AR 12-7-04 L 52-62 #-Maui Invitational 12-15-56 W 72-52 at Columbia, MO +-Sugar Bowl Classic at Columbia, MO 12-2-05 L 63-66 12-20-57 L 45-55 Louisiana State at Fayetteville, AR at Fayetteville, AR 11-30-06 W 86-64 (LSU Tigers lead, 2-1) 12-3-58 W 74-71 OT 3-14-80 L *63-68 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 91-94 at Houston, TX 12-4-59 W 75-71 11-28-07 L 1-30-13 L 70-73 at Fayetteville, AR at Fayetteville, AR at Baton Rouge, LA 2-16-13 L 71-73 12-3-60 L 75-84 3-2-13 W 89-76 at Fayetteville, AR at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-4-61 L 68-72 3-5-13 W 93-63 * NCAA Midwest Region at Columbia, MO at Fayetteville, AR 12-8-62 L 61-70 * Great Alaska Shootout Mississippi at Columbia, MO (Rebels lead, 2-1) Auburn 12-2-63 W 76-74 1-12-13 L 49-64 (Missouri Tigers lead, 1-0) at Fayetteville, AR at Oxford, MS 12-5-64 W 81-71 2-2-13 W 91-77 2-9-13 W 98-79 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-4-65 L 62-75 3-15-13 L *62-64 at Fayetteville, AR at Nashville, TN 12-3-66 W 73-66 * SEC Tournament at Columbia, MO 172

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Mississippi State 3-8-01 W 77-62 Non-Conference Opponents (Tigers lead, 3-1) at Kansas City, MO 12-7-74 W *102-78 1-16-02 W 74-50 Air Force (Tigers lead, 2-1) at Columbia, MO Columbia, MO 1-2-07 W 83-75 2-12-03 L 71-73 11-31-63 W 65-64 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at College Station, TX 12-30-07 L 75-87 1-10-04 W 82-77 12-9-64 L 76-82 at Colorado Springs, CO at Starkville, MS at Columbia, MO 2-13-13 W 78-36 3-11-04 W @74-68 11-14-01 W 86-58 at Columbia, MO* at Starkville, MS at Dallas, TX * Guardians Classic * Show-Me Classic 2-5-05 L 91-63 at College Station, TX South Carolina 2-21-06 L 54-51 Alabama-Birmingham (Series tied, 1-1) (Tigers lead, 2-0) at Columbia, MO 12-27-81 W *98-80 1-22-13 W 71-65 3-3-07 L 94-78 at Los Angeles, CA at Columbia, MO at College Station, TX 3-13-86 L #64-66 2-28-13 W 90-68 2-9-08 L 77-69 at Ogden, UT at Columbia, SC at Columbia, MO * Winston Tire Classic 3-7-09 L 96-86 # NCAA West Region Tennessee at College Station, TX (Tigers lead, 4-3) 2-3-10 L 74-77 Alabama State 12-20-61 W 86-61 at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 1-0) at Knoxville, TN 1-15-11 L 91-89 OT 12-30-88 W 129-64 12-20-62 W 54-47 at College Station, TX at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 3-10-11 L @86-71 12-16-72 W *67-57 at Kansas City, MO Alcorn State at Knoxville, TN 1-16-12 W 70-51 (Tigers lead, 2-0) 12-21-74 L #77-99 at Columbia, MO 12-1-81 W 82-51 at St. Petersburg, FL 2-18-12 W 71-62 at Columbia, MO 12-10-84 W 70-61 at College Station, TX 11-13-12 W 91-54 at Columbia, MO 2-7-13 L 68-70 at Columbia, MO 12-14-85 L 54-67 at College Station, TX at Knoxville, TN 3-14-13 W !62-50 American 3-9-13 L 62-64 at Nashville, TN (Tigers lead, 2-0) at Knoxville, TN ! at SEC Championships 11-22-02 W 72-57 # Volunteer Classic @ at Big 12 Championships Columbia, MO * Big Sun Tournament * Sun Carnival 1-4-05 W 64-51 at MU: MU leads, 6-3 Columbia, MO Texas A&M at A&M: A&M leads 7-4 (Tigers lead, 14-11) at Neutral: MU leads, 4-1 Appalachian State 12-22-69 W *81-79 (Tigers lead, 1-0) at El Paso, TX Vanderbilt 12-1-12 W 72-56 11-30-91 W 77-47 (Series tied, 3-3) at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-8-58 W 78-72 2OT 12-5-92 W 81-55 at Columbia, MO at College Station, TX 12-23-61 L 65-77 Arizona (Series tied, 1-1) 1-28-97 L 57-61 at Nashville, TN at College Station, TX 11-29-86 L *54-69 12-29-84 W *76-73 at Honolulu, HI 2-14-98 W 73-60 Wailuku, HI at Columbia, MO 12-2-09 L 83-89 3-26-94 L #72-92 at Los Angeles, CA 1-9-99 W 96-91 at Nashville, TN * Hawaii Pacific Invite at College Station, TX 12-8-10 W 85-82 OT # NCAA West Region 1-29-00 W 93-62 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-26-13 W 81-59 2-17-01 W 97-90 at Columbia, MO at College Station, TX * Silversword Classic 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook

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Arizona State 11-30-02 W 81-46 2-11-12 W 72-57 (Tigers lead, 2-1) Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-19-69 W 67-57 12-27-09 W 94-79 3-10-12 W ^90-75 at Tempe, AZ at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 12-23-78 L 78-98 *- Senior Bowl Tournament * All-College Tournament at Tempe, AZ @ Big 12 Championships 12-27-82 W *49-47 Baylor ^ Big 12 Championship Game (Tigers leads, 16-10) at Honolulu, HI at MU: MU leads, 10-2 12-28-46 L *51-58 at Waco: BU leads, 6-4 * Rainbow Classic at Okla. City, OK at Neutral: tied, 2-2 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 12-16-48 L 44-45 (Tigers lead, 4-0) at Columbia, MO Belmont 12-9-98 W 89-33 12-17-48 L 42-49 (Bruins lead, 1-0) at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-30-03 L 71-67 12-2-08 W 95-41 12-5-75 W 105-70 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-19-09 W 88-70 12-12-81 W 70-51 Binghamton (Tigers lead, 1-0) at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 11-28-10 W 91-63 11-29-84 L 88-103 11-27-11 W 88-59 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Waco, TX 1-14-97 W 82-66 Bradley Arkansas State at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 5-0) 2-11-98 L 80-89 (Tigers lead, 2-0) 12-16-89 W 86-77 12-8-79 W *86-67 at Waco, TX at Columbia, MO 1-30-99 W 73-55 at Columbia, MO 12-12-90 W 76-60 11-28-86 W #79-63 at Columbia, MO at Wailuku, HI 1-18-00 W 74-72 at Peoria, IL 12-6-93 W 80-58 at Waco, TX Brown at Columbia, MO 2-24-01 W 69-59 (Tigers lead, 2-0) 12-16-95 W 73-63 at Columbia, MO 12-22-80 W 83-61 at Jonesboro, AR 1-11-02 L 80-81 at Columbia, MO 12-4-96 W 81-47 at Waco, TX 11-15-04 W 68-60 at Columbia, MO 1-11-03 W 77-69 at Columbia, MO * Show-Me Classic at Columbia, MO # Silversword Classic 2-21-04 W 70-66 Bucknell at Waco, TX (Tigers lead, 1-0) Army 2-16-05 W 60-53 1-5-13 W 66-64 (Tigers lead, 1-0) at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 11-11-06 W 67-58 2-7-06 L 90-64 at Columbia, MO Buffalo at Waco, TX (Tigers lead, 1-0) 2-14-07 W 78-71 Austin Peay 12-30-47 W 51-50 at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 9-0) at Buffalo, NY 3-8-07 L @97-83 1-2-74 W *88-86 at Oklahoma City, OK at Mobile, AL Butler 3-1-08 L 89-100 1-6-82 W 81-63 (Tigers lead, 3-2) at Waco, TX at Columbia, MO 1-3-29 L 25-38 1-3-09 W 89-72 1-5-85 W 72-63 at Indianapolis, IN at Columbia, MO 12-14-32 L 23-30 at Columbia, MO 12-16-86 W 79-73 3-14-09 W ^73-60 at Indianapolis, IN at Oklahoma City, OK 12-2-77 W *87-66 at Columbia, MO 2-3-10 L 64-62 at Columbia, MO 1-2-90 W 84-48 at Waco, TX 11-27-78 W 75-65 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-18-95 W 81-58 2-23-11 W 77-59 at Columbia, MO 12-12-79 W 64-60 at Columbia, MO at Indianapolis, IN 11-23-98 W 63-53 1-21-12 W 89-88 at Waco, TX * Show-Me Classic at Columbia, MO 174

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California Central Arkansas C.C. Of New York (Tigers lead, 5-2) (Tigers lead, 1-0) (Tigers lead, 1-0) 12-22-41 W 37-34 12-18-10 W 116-63 12-9-50 W 54-37 at Berkeley, CA at Columbia, MO New York, NY 12-18-71 W *82-70 at Lexington, KY Central Michigan Clemson 11-25-85 W 61-46 (Tigers lead, 1-0) (Mizzou leads, 2-1) at Columbia, MO 11-12-07 W ^87-76 12-29-85 W *69-64 12-2-86 L 63-64 at Columbia, MO at Honolulu, HI at Berkeley, CA ^- CBE Classic 11-30-96 L #45-47 12-1-07 L 72-86 at San Juan, P.R. at Berkeley, CA Central Missouri 3-19-10 W ^86-78 12-7-08 W 93-66 (Tigers lead, 10-2) at Buffalo, NY at Columbia, MO 2-9-07 W 43-18 * Rainbow Classic 11-22-11 W ^ 92-53 at Warrensburg, MO # San Juan Shootout at Kansas City, MO 12-17-07 W 34-16 ^ NCAA Tournament ^ CBE Classic Finals at Columbia, MO Coastal Carolina * Kentucky Invitational 2-6-08 W 46-16 (Tigers lead, 1-0) at Warrensburg, MO Cal State – Long Beach 12-18-08 W 38-16 1-18-93 W 94-69 at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 2-0) at Columbia, MO 12-14-68 W 78-56 12-19-08 W 46-12 Colgate at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 2-0) 11-30-86 W *71-58 2-6-09 W 36-14 11-29-80 W *73-67 at Wailuku, Hawaii at Warrensburg, MO at Anchorage, AK * Silversword Classic 2-9-10 W 28-27 1-2-01 W 75-61 at Warrensburg, MO Cal State – Northridge 2-10-10 W 20-19 at Columbia, MO * Great Alaska Shootout (Tigers lead, 2-0) at Warrensburg, MO 12-10-68 W 78-70 2-8-12 L 26-30 Colorado at Columbia, MO at Warrensburg, MO (Tigers leads, 99-53) 2-3-93 W 65-54 1-13-13 W 23-22 12-22-36 W 37-32 OT at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Denver, CO 1-25-36 L 24-51 1-7-38 W 35-33 Cal State – Sacramento at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 2-0) 11-27-93 W 69-66 1-8-38 W 33-29 12-11-78 W 67-53 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-22-44 L 43-64 12-2-02 W 98-60 Chicago State at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 4-0) 2-23-48 L 48-56 1-20-88 W 84-56 at Boulder, CO Canisius at Columbia, MO 3- 1-48 W 47-35 (Tigers lead, 1-0) 11-26-94 W 106-72 at Columbia, MO 11-25-91 W 72-42 at Columbia, MO 12-30-48 W #48-44 at Columbia, MO 12-2-95 W 117-45 at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO 2-19-49 W 49-48 Centenary 11-23-96 W 76-46 at Boulder, CO (Tigers lead, 4-0) at Columbia, MO 3- 5-49 W 49-34 12-14-86 W 97-64 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO Cincinnati 12-28-49 W #62-51 12-30-98 W 77-48 (Bearcats leads, 1-0) at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO 3-17-11 L ^78-63 2- 4-50 L 39-41 1-7-03 W 88-58 at Washington, DC at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO ^ NCAA Tournament 3-11-50 W 53-49 12-30-08 W 80-52 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook

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12-30-50 W #62-54 12-29-62 L +58-74 12-28-73 W +89-83 at Kansas City, MO at Kansas City, MO at Kansas City, MO 2-17-51 W 41-36 1-12-63 L 69-92 1-26-74 L 68-81 at Boulder, CO at Boulder, CO at Boulder, CO 3- 5-51 W 50-46 2-18-63 W 60-58 2-23-74 W 72-68 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-19-52 W 44-41 1-13-64 L 77-90 12-28-74 W +73-57 at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO at Kansas City, MO 2-18-52 W 72-55 2-29-64 W 89-84 2- 8-75 W 93-75 at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-17-53 W 79-72 12-29-64 L +61-65 3- 8-75 L 97-106 at Boulder, CO at Kansas City, MO at Boulder, CO 2-14-53 W 83-67 1- 4-65 W 63-58 2- 7-76 W 98-78 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO 1- 4-54 L 62-66 2-22-65 W 80-75 3- 6-76 W 95-60 at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO 1-16-54 L 69-80 2- 7-66 L 60-65 12-29-76 W +86-77 at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 2-12-55 L 71-80 2-26-66 W 64-63 1-19-77 W 90-83 at Boulder, CO at Boulder, CO at Boulder, CO 2-28-55 L 57-66 12-29-66 L +57-92 2-16-77 W 101-74 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO 12-30-55 W #82-79 2-11-67 L 75-79 OT 1-18-78 W 70-68 OT at Kansas City, MO at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO 1-14-56 L 72-79 3- 4-67 L 59-66 2-15-78 L 63-69 at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO 2-18-56 W 86-61 1- 8-68 W 86-66 1-24-79 L 69-82 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO 12-27-56 L #55-64 2-12-68 L 76-79 OT 2-14-79 W 81-69 at Kansas City, MO at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO 2- 9-57 L 70-75 2- 3-69 L 79-80 OT 1-23-80 W 78-45 at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-23-57 W 72-62 3- 8-69 L 73-92 2-13-80 W 83-68 at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO at Boulder, CO 2- 8-58 W 55-51 OT 12-29-69 L +73-75 1-31-81 W 66-58 at Boulder, CO at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO 3- 3-58 L 45-59 2- 2-70 W 90-73 2-25-81 W 73-62 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO 2- 3-59 L 59-65 3- 7-70 L 69-80 1- 9-82 W 72-50 at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO at Boulder, CO 2-14-59 W 85-80 2- 6-71 W 81-76 2- 3-82 W 80-54 at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-15-60 L 62-63 3- 1-71 W 76-71 3- 2-82 W ^72-60 at Boulder, CO at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO 2-22-60 W 82-73 12-29-71 W +86-57 2- 2-83 W 68-65 2OT at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO at Boulder, CO 12-29-60 L +79-99* 1-29-72 W 79-67 2-23-83 W 88-53 at Kansas City, MO at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO 2- 4-61 W 90-72 2-19-72 W 59-52 3- 8-83 W ^88-73 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-27-61 L 67-70* 12-27-72 W +98-78 2- 1-84 W 89-51 at Boulder, CO at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO 2-26-62 L 58-63 1-15-73 L 79-81 OT 2-22-84 L 66-73 at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO 3- 5-62 L 64-73 2-17-73 L 68-77 OT 2- 2-85 W 77-69 at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO 176

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2-27-85 L 79-88 OT 1-17-98 L 78-81 *-Game forfeited by Colorado for ineligible player. at Boulder, CO at Boulder, CO 1-28-86 W 83-67 2-25-98 W 86-67 # Big Seven Tournament + Big Eight Holiday Tourn. at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 3- 1-86 W 94-86 1-16-99 L 63-82 ^ Big Eight Tournament at MU: MU leads, 57-11 at Boulder, CO at Boulder, CO at CU: CU leads, 35-29 1-24-87 W 77-56 2-13-99 W 87-56 at Neutral: MU leads, 12-8 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-21-87 W 76-68 1-12-00 W 100-86 Colorado State at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO (Rams lead, 2-1) 3- 6-87 W ^65-59 2-2-00 W 86-81 12-21-67 L 52-64 at Kansas City, MO at Boulder, CO at Fort Collins, CO 2- 3-88 W 99-69 1-10-01 W 82-76 12-17-69 W 81-55 at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO 2-24-88 L 78-87 2-14-01 W 80-69 3-21-13 L ^72-84 at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO at Lexington, KY 1- 7-89 W 84-75 1-19-02 W 92-77 ^ NCAA Tournament at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO 3- 4-89 W 66-65 2-23-02 W 96-83 Coppin State (Tigers lead, 7-1) at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO 12-19-93 W 64-63 1-27-90 W 104-89 2-1-03 W 73-70 at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO 2- 4-90 W 93-69 2-22-03 L 68-89 12-8-94 W 90-62 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO 3- 9-90 L ^88-92 OT 1-28-04 L 83-70 12-2-97 L 70-78 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO at Boulder, CO 2- 6-91 W 75-67 OT 2-10-04 W 77-65 1-2-02 W 74-47 at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO 3- 2-91 W 76-51 1-26-05 L 64-62 12-2-03 W 70-61 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO 1-25-92 W 69-52 2-22-05 W 63-54 11-27-06 W 98-77 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-19-92 L 60-77 1-14-06 L 74-71 12-27-07 W 72-38 at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO 1-9-93 W 91-87 2-25-06 L 78-60 1-6-08 W 88-58 at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO at Boulder, CO 3-6-93 W 70-53 1-24-07 W 79-65 Cornell at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO (Tigers lead, 2-0) 1-15-94 W 80-72 2-28-07 W 91-82 12- 7-73 W *82-45 at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-9-94 W 82-70 1-26-08 W 66-62 3-20-09 W ^78-59 at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO at Boise, ID 3-11-94 W ^64-62 2-23-08 W 60-53 * Show-Me Classic at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO ^ NCAA Tournament 1-26-95 W 85-80 1-14-09 W 102-67 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO Creighton 3-1-95 L 76-81 2-21-09 W 66-53 (Tigers lead, 9-7) at Boulder, CO at Boulder, CO 2-15-27 L 30-37 1-6-96 W 77-66 2-6-10 W 84-66 at Omaha, NE at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO 2-7-29 W 33-29 1-29-96 L 94-106 2-24-10 W 92-63 at Omaha, NE at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO 2-4-30 W 32-30 1-7-97 L 78-87 1-8-11 L 89-76 at Omaha, NE at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO 2-11-30 W 29-21 2-22-97 L 75-84 2-5-11 W 89-73 at Columbia, MO at Boulder, CO at Columbia, MO 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook

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2-3-31 W 30-20 Detroit 12-3-46 W 49-41 at Omaha, NE at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 2-0) 2-10-31 W 25-19 12-12-66 W 94-82 2-13-47 L 52-66 at Columbia, MO at Des Moines, IA at Columbia, MO 1-7-32 L 34-35 12-16-67 W 74-68 12-13-47 W 43-38 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Detroit, MI 1-23-33 W 26-23 OT 1-14-52 W 59-50 at Omaha, NE Drake at Columbia, MO 2-5-33 L 19-28 (Tigers lead, 27-7) 2-1-52 W 63-62 at Omaha, NE 2-14-10 W 28- 7 at Des Moines, IA 12-14-33 L 24-28 at Des Moines, IA 12-23-52 L 57-77 at Columbia, MO 2-15-12 W 15-12 at Des Moines, IA 2-12-34 L 24-36 at Des Moines, IA 2-23-53 W 59-53 at Omaha, NE 1-11-18 W 27- 8 at Columbia, MO 3-16-89 W *85-69 at Columbia, MO 12-7-53 W 75-43 at Dallas, TX 1-12-18 W 19-17 at Columbia, MO 12-4-89 W 86-79 at Columbia, MO 12-9-86 W 63-59 at Columbia, MO W 44- 9 at Columbia, MO 12-4-90 L 68-74 2-6-20 at Columbia, MO 12-8-87 W 76-74 at Omaha, NE 2-7-20 W 53-16 at Des Moines, IA 12-1-96 W ^73-71 OT at Columbia, MO at San Juan, P.R. 2-18-21 W 50-14 Duke 11-23-04 L & 54-78 (Blue Devils lead, 2-0) at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 11-25-97 L *59-82 2-19-21 W 26- 8 *- NCAA Midwest Region at Maui, HI at Columbia, MO ^- San Juan Shootout 3-17-01 L #81-94 1-6-22 W 37-25 &- Guardians Classic at Greensboro, NC at Des Moines, IA Davidson 2-10-22 W 44-29 * Maui Invitational (Wildcats lead, 2-1) at Columbia, MO # NCAA East Regional 11-19-04 L 81-84 1-6-23 W 50-22 Duquesne at Columbia, MO at Des Moines, IA 12-7-05 L 73-82 2-23-23 W 45-19 (Tigers lead, 1-0) 12-20-74 W *87-84 at Columbia, MO at Davidson, NC at St. Petersburg, FL 11-19-05 W 81-75 2-4-24 L 24-26 * Big Sun Tournament at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-19-24 L 23-37 East Carolina Dayton at Des Moines, IA (Tigers lead, 1-0) (Tigers lead, 2-0) 1-9-25 W 28-22 12-4-81 W *87-55 1-15-83 W 78-64 at Des Moines, IA at Columbia, MO 1-24-25 W 24-20 at Columbia, MO * Show-Me Classic 1-14-84 W 56-51 OT at Columbia, MO at Dayton, OH 2-27-26 W 19-15 Eastern Illinois at Des Moines, IA DePaul (Tigers lead, 3-0) 3-6-26 L 25-27 (Blue Demons lead, 3-2) 12-13-82 W 76-61 at Columbia, MO 1-2-80 L 79-92 1-14-27 W 27-18 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 12-30-91 W 83-56 at Columbia, MO 11-24-97 W *45-42 2-5-27 W 39-23 at Columbia, MO at Maui, HI at Des Moines, IA 12-28-05 W 68-56 12-6-00 W 99-84 2-17-28 W 28-21 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-29-01 L 62-63 2-27-28 L 24-30 Eastern Kentucky at Chicago, Ill at Des Moines, IA (Tigers lead, 1-0) 3-16-05 L &70-75 1-28-29 W 36-35 12-1-78 W *82-81 at Columbia, MO at Des Moines, IA at Columbia, MO *-Maui Invitational 2-11-29 L 26-32 * Show-Me Classic &-NIT at Columbia, MO 178

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Eastern Michigan (Tigers lead, 1-0) 12-5-87 W *77-75 2OT at Columbia, MO * Walsworth Publishing Show-Me Classic

Furman (Tiger lead, 1-0) 12-18-05 W at Columbia, MO

Holy Cross (Tigers lead, 1-0) 72-63 12-15-72 W *68-65 Knoxville, TN * Volunteer Classic

George Washington Houston (Tigers lead, 3-0) Eastern Washington 12-15-32 W 33-30 (Cougars lead, 4-3) 1-4-51 W 66-48 (Tigers lead, 1-0) at Washington, D.C. 12-16-88 W *81-68 12-7-79 W *89-63 at Columbia, MO 2-13-54 W 96-62 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO * Walsworth Publishing 1-13-96 W 92-77 at Columbia, MO 12-23-54 L 76-84 2OT Show-Me Classic at Columbia, MO at Houston, TX * Show-Me Classic Evansville 12-17-62 L 61-75 (Tigers lead, 2-0) Georgetown at Houston, TX 11-24-89 W *68-53 (Hoyas lead, 2-0) 3-19-82 L *78-79 at Lahaina, HI 2-20-82 L 51-63 at St. Louis, MO 12-3-06 W 73-54 at Washington, D.C. 11-16-04 W &77-61 at Columbia, MO 11-30-10 L 111-102 OT at Columbia, MO * Maui Classic at Kansas City, MO 11-24-04 L ^55-57 at Kansas City, MO Fairfield Georgia Tech *- NCAA Midwest Region (Tigers lead, 1-0) (Yellowjackets lead, 1-0) &- Guardians Classic 11-21-08 W ^87-59 12-21-61 L 57-58 ^- Guardians Classic Consolation at San Juan, PR at Atlanta, GA ^Puerto Rico Tip-Off Idaho Gonzaga (Tigers lead, 3-1) Fairleigh Dickinson (Tigers lead, 2-1) 12-17-41 L 28-40 (Tigers lead, 2-0) 12-16-41 W 55-46 at Moscow, ID 11-29-75 W 87-67 Spokane, WA 12-19-55 W 81-57 at Columbia, MO 12-13-03 L 87-80 (OT) at Columbia, MO 12-12-09 W 87-36 at Seattle, WA 12-3-70 W 80-60 at Columbia, MO 12-30-04 W 63-61 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-5-98 W 68-60 Florida A&M at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 2-0) Grambling State 11-29-90 W 81-52 (MU Tigers lead, 2-0) Illinois at Columbia, MO 12-22-90 W 90-51 (Illini lead, 27-16) 12-3-91 W 86-61 at Columbia, MO 12-20-32 L 24-36 at Columbia, MO 12-1-01 W 100-76 at Columbia, MO 1-3-34 L 27-31 at Columbia, MO Florida State at Champaign, IL (Seminoles lead, 2-1) 12-14-42 L 30-51 12-11-76 W 65-63 Hawaii at Champaign, IL (Tigers lead, 4-1) at Columbia, MO 12-18-43 L 29-39 12-23-77 L 64-97 1-10-74 W 86-74 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO Orlando, FL 66-81 12-16-46 W *55-50 12-19-80 L *64-68 12-20-75 L Kansas City, MO at Honolulu, HI Atlanta, GA 12- 4-54 L 49-77 12-22-75 W 99-81 * Cotton States Classic at Champaign, IL at Honolulu, HI 12-29-82 W *73-58 12-10-55 W 74-73 Fordham at Columbia, MO at Honolulu, HI (Tigers lead, 1-0) 11-13-07 W ^79-55 12-30-95 W *95-89 12-3-76 W #76-75 at Columbia, MO at Honolulu, HI at Columbia, MO 12-6-77 L 85-96 * Rainbow Classic ^- CBE Classic at Champaign, IL 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook

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12-5-78 L 57-69 12-22-07 L 58-59 * NCAA West Region at Columbia, MO at St. Louis, MO at MU: MU leads, 5-3 12-4-79 W 67-66 OT 12-23-08 L 59-75 at IU: IU leads, 6-2 at Champaign, IL at St. Louis, MO at Neutral: MU leads, 1-0 12-10-80 L 62-84 12-23-09 W 81-68 Indiana State at St. Louis, MO at St. Louis, MO (Tigers lead, 1-0) 12-8-81 W 78-68 OT 12-22-10 W 75-64 12-10-74 W 93-76 at St. Louis, MO at St. Louis, MO at Columbia, MO 12-28-83 L 60-66 12-22-11 W 78-74 at St. Louis, MO at St. Louis, MO Iowa 12-6-84 L 50-65 12-22-12 W 82-73 (Hawkeyes lead, 10-7) at St. Louis, MO at St. Louis, MO 1-30-08 L 15-46 12-21-85 L 55-67 * Big Six Tournament at Iowa City, IA at St. Louis, MO # Show-Me Classic 2-16-10 L 6-20 12-23-86 L 74-92 at MU: UI leads, 3-2 at Iowa City, IA at St. Louis, MO at UI: UI leads, 4-1 1-11-30 W 25-24 12-22-87 L 63-75 at Neutral: UI leads, 20-13 at Iowa City, IA at St. Louis, MO 2-2-51 L 53-63 Indiana 12-19-88 L 84-87 at Iowa City, IA (Series tied, 9-9) at St. Louis, MO 12-15-51 L 43-48 12-20-89 L 93-101 1-4-29 L 29-42 at Columbia, MO at Bloomington, IN at St. Louis, MO 2-6-54 L 53-73 12-19-90 L 81-84 12-6-54 W 64-61 at Iowa City, IA at Bloomington, IN 12-11-54 W 97-94 at St. Louis, MO 78-81 at Columbia, MO 12-23-91 W 61-44 12-17-55 L at Columbia, MO 3-20-83 L *63-77 at St. Louis, MO 12-23-92 W 66-65 12-14-57 W 78-73 at Louisville, KY at Columbia, MO 12-21-96 L 77-88 at St. Louis, MO 12-13-58 L 72-87 at Iowa City, IA 12-22-93 W 108-107 (3OT) at Bloomington, IN 1-24-98 W 80-79 OT at St. Louis, MO W 79-76 at Columbia, MO 12-22-94 W 76-58 12- 7-59 at Columbia, MO 12-19-98 L 68-82 at St. Louis, MO 12-12-60 L 55-66 at Iowa City, IA 12-20-95 L 85-96 OT 12-18-99 W 72-61 at Bloomington, IN at St. Louis, MO 12-28-96 L 69-85 12-10-62 W 52-51 at Columbia, MO 12-16-00 L 94-99 2OT at Columbia, MO at St. Louis, MO at Iowa City, IA 12-23-97 W 75-69 12-14-63 L 76-100 11-21-01 W 78-77 at Bloomington, IN at St. Louis, MO at Kansas City, MO# 12-5-66 L 65-77 12-22-98 W 67-62 12-15-01 L 65-83 at Bloomington, IN at St. Louis, MO at Columbia, MO 12-21-99 W 78-72 12-4-67 L 69-78 1-4-03 W 88-82 at Columbia, MO at St. Louis, MO 12-7-68 L 51-58 at Iowa City, IA 12-21-00 L 81-86 (OT) 1-3-04 W 76-56 at Bloomington, IN at St. Louis, MO at Columbia, MO 12-6-69 W 109-96 at 12-22-01 L 61-72 *NCAA Midwest Region Columbia, MO at St. Louis, MO # Guardians Classic 3-17-95 W *65-60 12-21-02 L 85-70 at MU: MU leads, 3-2 at Boise, ID at St. Louis, MO 12-7-99 L 68-73 at IU: UI leads, 7-1 12-23-03 L 71-70 at Neutral: Series tied, 1-1 at Columbia, MO at St. Louis, MO 12-18-00 W 68-63 Iowa State 12-22-04 L 64-70 at Bloomington, IN (Tigers lead, 149-84) at St. Louis, MO 12-21-05 L 50-82 12-6-03 W 63-58 1-9-09 W 53-14 at Bloomington, IN at Columbia, MO at St. Louis, MO 12-19-06 L 70-73 12-19-04 W 56-53 2-15-10 L 11-13 at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA at St. Louis, MO 180

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1-13-11 W 40-22 1-28-22 W 30-18 1-13-37 W 31-28 at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA at Ames, IA 1-14-11 W 43-26 2-11-22 W 29-19 1-20-37 W 39-37 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-24-11 L 16-22 1-20-23 W 41-25 1-21-38 W 43-34 at Ames, IA at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 2-25-11 L 18-21 2-9-23 W 25-22 2-5-38 L 35-38 at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA 1-17-12 W 25-24 1-21-24 W 36-16 1-9-39 W 56-35 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-18-12 W 18-10 2-28-24 W 21-14 2-4-39 L 45-51 at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA at Ames, IA 2-16-12 L 9-27 1-8-25 W 28-15 1-15-40 W 27-16 at Ames, IA at Ames, IA at Ames, IA 2-17-12 L 13-32 2-7-25 W 17-15 2-22-40 W 63-40 at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-16-13 W 28-14 1-15-26 L 22-23 1-18-41 L 37-40 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA 1-17-13 W 25-13 2-26-26 W 34-21 2-24-41 L 29-49 at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 2-10-13 W 33-13 1-14-28 W 52-28 1-10-42 L 25-34 at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA 2-11-13 L 24-23 2-25-28 W 42-20 1-29-42 W 45-41 at Ames, IA at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 1-12-14 W 32-19 1-29-29 W 29-19 1-23-43 W 52-34 at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 1-13-14 W 37- 9 2-15-29 W 49-29 2-22-43 W 31-28 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA 2-13-14 L 20-23 1-10-30 W 31-24 1-22-44 L 25-41 at Ames, IA at Ames, IA at Ames, IA 2-14-14 W 23-16 2-8-30 W 43-34 2-21-44 L 32-46 at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-14-16 W 26-12 1-17-31 W 20-18 1-20-45 W 38-32 at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-15-16 W 21-15 2-5-31 L 19-29 2-9-45 L 30-58 at Ames, IA at Ames, IA at Ames, IA 1-12-17 W 28-25 1-22-32 L 13-18 1-11-46 L 33-45 at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 1-13-17 L 21-24 2-13-32 W 31-25 2-15-46 W 38-36 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA 2-13-18 W 26-11 1-14-33 W 29-22 12-14-46 W *56-55 at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 2-14-18 W 24-13 2-24-33 L 31-32 1-3-47 W 36-25 at Ames, IA at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 1-10-19 W 33-16 1-18-34 W 26-25 2-14-47 L 52-54 at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA at Ames, IA 1-11-19 W 35-22 2-19-34 W 25-19 12-19-47 W #48-40 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 1-9-20 W 55-20 1-4-35 L 23-31 1-10-48 L 45-53 at Ames, IA at Ames, IA at Ames, IA 1-10-20 W 55-17 1-26-35 L 28-37 2-16-48 L 47-48 at Ames, IA at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 1-7-21 W 30-11 2-1-36 W 33-29 1-22-49 W 39-36 at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 1-8-21 W 28-19 3-4-36 L 29-31 OT 2-28-49 L 34-40 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook

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1-21-50 L 49-61 3-2-61 W 95-82 12-29-73 W +80-78 at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 3-6-50 W 74-59 1-31-62 L 73-85 1-12-74 W 91-83 at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 1-22-51 W 49-46 3-1-62 L 62-66 2-11-74 L 75-79 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA 2-26-51 W 59-54 1-19-63 L 54-55 OT 1-25-75 W 87-85 at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-28-51 W #49-42 1-29-63 L 66-78 2-15-75 W 96-86 at Kansas City, MO at Ames, IA at Ames, IA 1-5-52 L 55-57 2-10-64 L 79-83 1-24-76 W 84-68 at Ames, IA at Ames, IA at Ames, IA 2-29-52 W 53-49 3- 3-64 W 74-60 2-15-76 W 85-64 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-26-52 W #63-61 2-13-65 L 81-89 12-27-76 W +81-67 at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 1-5-53 W 66-61 3- 8-65 L 65-78 1-29-77 W 79-69 at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 2-16-53 W 78-74 1-10-66 L 70-85 2-23-77 L 86-95 at Ames, IA at Ames, IA at Ames, IA 12-26-53 W #74-65 3-3-66 L 73-79 12-29-77 W +66-62 at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 1-26-54 W 62-57 1-7-67 L 61-67 1-28-78 L 59-68 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA 3-5-54 W 72-57 1-31-67 L 58-72 2-25-78 L 63-77 at Ames, IA at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 2-1-55 W 84-67 12-29-67 W +65-63 2-28-78 W ^65-63 at Ames, IA at Kansas City, MO at Ames, IA 2-19-55 W 78-63 1-20-68 W 72-67 1-31-79 W 84-80 OT at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA 2-11-56 L 85-88 2-17-68 L 70-73 OT 2-24-79 W 73-67 at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 2-20-56 W 73-66 12-28-68 W +80-68 1-16-80 W 85-70 at Ames, IA at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO 1-7-57 W 77-59 1-18-69 W 74-68 2-6-80 W 84-70 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA 1-24-57 W 69-66 2-17-69 L 74-76 OT 1-17-81 W 92-69 at Ames, IA at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 1-11-58 L 55-62 12-27-69 W +52-50 2-7-81 W 70-56 at Ames, IA at Kansas City, MO at Ames, IA 3-10-58 L 59-63 OT 1-17-70 W 65-63 3-3-81 W ^95-70 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-29-58 L #70-72 OT 2-7-70 L 78-89 1-27-82 W 86-73 at Kansas City, MO at Ames, IA at Ames, IA 2-7-59 L 53-61 1-11-71 W 77-71 2-16-82 W 100-71 at Ames, IA at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 3-9-59 W 68-67 2-15-71 W 80-66 2-8-83 L 72-73 OT at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA 2-29-60 L 69-92 1-22-72 W 89-75 3-5-83 W 84-66 at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 3-7-60 W 59-57 2-7-72 W 77-72 1-24-84 W 58-57 at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 12-27-60 L +68-72 2-10-73 W 86-79 2-15-84 W 64-61 at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA 1-9-61 L 67-76 3-5-73 L 80-90 1-19-85 L 64-71 at Ames, IA at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 182

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2- 9-85 W 73-70 3-9-96 L ^53-57 2-7-09 W 82-68 at Ames, IA at Kansas City, MO at Ames, IA 1-11-86 L 84-92 1-4-97 L 65-68 2-10-10 W 65-56 at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-18-86 W 71-62 2-12-97 L 59-87 3-2-10 W 69-67 OT at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA at Ames, IA 2-4-87 L 92-96 1-10-98 L 62-75 1-22-11 W 87-54 at Ames, IA at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 2-28-87 W 85-77 1-31-98 W 63-56 2-19-11 W 76-70 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA 1-23-88 W 119-93 3-5-98 W @74-55 1-11-12 W 76-69 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO at Ames, IA 2-17-88 L 89-102 2-8-99 W 77-61 2-29-12 W 78-72 at Ames, IA at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 3-11-88 W ^90-80 2-24-99 W 75-64 at MU: MU leads, 84-21 at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO at ISU: ISU leads, 59-48 1-14-89 W 96-71 1-8-00 L 81-86 at Neutral: MU leads, 16-5 at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA * Big 6 Tournament 2-14-89 L 75-82 2-9-00 L 62-72 # Big 7 Tournament at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO + Big 8 Holiday Tourn. 1-31-90 W 95-93 1-13-01 W 112-109 4OT ^ Big 8 Tournament at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO @ Big 12 Championships 2-21-90 W 89-85 2-11-01 L 64-72 at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA Jackson State 1-26-91 W 82-78 1-9-02 L 67-71 (Tigers lead, 7-0) at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA 12-8-82 W 86-51 2-23-91 L 76-89 2-6-02 W 76-73 at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 12-21-91 W 99-76 3-8-91 W ^97-81 3-7-02 W @79-59 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO at Kansas City, MO 12-4-93 W 80-76 2-5-92 W 81-71 1-21-03 W 64-59 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-18-95 W 86-72 2-26-92 W 75-71 3-5-03 L 55-71 at Jackson, MS at Ames, IA at Ames, IA 12-9-95 W 86-63 3-13-92 L ^75-80 1-7-04 L 70-65 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO at Ames, IA 11-13-98 W 87-46 1-16-93 W 64-49 2-18-04 W 82-70 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 11-29-01 W 106-68 2-17-93 L 50-65 1-8-05 W 62-59 at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 3-13-93 W ^67-63 3-2-05 L 67-49 Kansas at Kansas City, MO at Ames, IA (Jayhawks lead, 172-95) 1-19-94 W 92-69 1-25-06 L 82-58 3-11-07 W 34-31 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-16-94 W 79-72 OT 2-28-06 L 85-78 3-12-07 W 34-12 at Ames, IA at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 1-30-95 W 80-71 1-6-07 L 66-65 2-4-08 L 20-21 at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS 2-8-95 W 59-56 2-6-06 W 77-55 2-5-08 L 18-24 at Columbia, MO at Ames, IA at Lawrence, KS 3-10-95 L ^50-68 1-16-08 L 72-67 2-17-08 L 19-30 at Kansas City, MO at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO 1-21-96 L 62-73 3-5-08 W 81-75 2OT 2-18-08 L 22-26 at Ames, IA at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-24-96 L 74-78 1-17-09 W 77-46 2-3-09 L 15-24 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook

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2-4-09 L 23-31 2-10-16 W 42-20 3-1-24 L 17-30 at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-12-09 L 19-24 2-28-16 W 41-10 2-14-25 L 22-23 at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO 2-13-09 W 37-21 2-29-16 L 19-31 2-28-25 L 17-33 at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS 2-11-10 L 15-29 2-6-17 L 23-24 1-22-26 L 15-24 at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS 2-12-10 L 14-27 2-7-17 W 26-17 2-22-26 L 22-27 at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO 2-21-10 L 21-25 2-21-17 W 24-20 1-29-27 L 23-40 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-22-10 L 22-58 2-22-17 W 38-15 3-2-27 L 29-36 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS 1-27-11 L 28-34 2-4-18 W 36-22 1-10-28 W 30-32 at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS 1-28-11 L 15-27 2-5-18 W 25-21 2-21-28 W 49-29 at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO 2-17-11 L 16-32 2-20-18 W 39-21 12-22-28 W 38-31 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 2-18-11 L 25-36 2-21-18 L 22-28 1-15-29 W 34-30 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-9-12 L 16-27 1-31-19 W 43-25 2-20-29 W 33-20 at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS 2-10-12 L 21-31 2-1-19 W 37-15 12-21-29 L 12-17 at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS at Kansas City, MO 2-21-12 L 24-39 2-19-19 W 34-20 2-21-30 W 29-18 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-22-12 L 26-32 2-20-19 L 29-36 3-5-30 W 23-18 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS 2-14-13 L 12-22 1-22-20 W 32-27 12-20-30 L 26-40 at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS at Kansas City, MO 2-15-13 L 20-34 1-23-20 W 38-16 1-29-31 L 13-31 at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS 2-26-13 W 26-20 2-18-20 W 36-21 2-27-31 W 26-19 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-27-13 L 26-34 2-19-20 W 31-13 1-30-32 W 26-22 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-11-14 L 25-28 1-28-21 W 27-22 2-20-32 L 16-24 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS 2-12-14 L 21-27 1-29-21 W 28-21 1-19-33 L 27-35 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS 2-25-14 L 22-38 2-25-21 W 33-17 2-11-33 W 21-17 at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO 2-26-14 L 18-31 2-26-21 W 41-30 1-16-34 L 25-27 at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO 2-19-15 L 19-44 1-24-22 W 35-25 3-6-34 L 21-23 at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS 2-20-15 L 23-42 2-21-22 L 16-26 1-7-35 L 29-39 at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS 2-24-15 L 22-33 1-16-23 L 19-21 1-8-35 L 27-36 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS 2-25-15 L 26-40 2-28-23 L 20-23 3-1-35 W 23-21 at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO 2-9-16 W 30-24 1-30-24 L 14-16 3-2-35 W 21-18 at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO 184

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1-15-36 L 25-29 2-9-48 W 42-39 2-23-59 L 81-85 at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS 3-6-36 L 28-51 12-28-48 L *50-62 1-16-60 L 63-79 at Lawrence, KS at Kansas City, MO at Lawrence, KS 1-16-37 L 27-39 1-11-49 L 35-42 2-27-60 L 72-85 at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO 3-4-37 L 24-39 2-15-49 L 37-55 2-13-61 L 73-88 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS 1-19-38 L 32-37 1-14-50 L 44-48 3-11-61 W 79-76 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 3-3-38 L 36-56 2-17-50 L 52-59 1-13-62 L 54-65 at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO 1-18-39 L 32-37 1-8-51 L 46-61 2-5-62 W 79-66 at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS 3-2-39 W 54-30 2-12-51 W 39-38 1-14-63 W 62-56 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-18-40 W 42-31 12-30-51 L *65-75 3-1-63 L 68-72 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO at Lawrence, KS 3-1-40 L 40-42 1-12-52 L 59-60 12-30-63 W +63-61 at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 1-16-41 L 41-48 2-25-52 L 54-65 2-4-64 W 59-58 at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS 2-21-41 L 24-35 12-29-52 L #62-66 2-17-64 W 68-60 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO 1-14-42 L 34-48 2-7-53 L 62-86 1-9-65 L 66-73 at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS 3-6-42 L 44-67 3-12-53 L 60-69 2-8-65 L 60-71 at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-6-43 L 44-69 12-29-53 L #67-69 2-5-66 L 54-77 at Lawrence, KS at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO 3-2-43 L 44-47 OT 1-9-54 L 69-86 2-15-66 L 54-98 at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS 12-30-43 L 27-34 3-9-54 W 76-67 1-14-67 L 60-70 at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-8-44 W 35-28 1-4-55 W 76-65 2-25-67 L 55-90 at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS 2-26-44 L 27-40 3-5-55 W 90-71 12-30-67 L +47-63 at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 12-23-44 W 48-39 12-29-55 L #56-73 1-15-68 W 67-66 at Kansas City, MO at Kansas City, MO at Lawrence, KS 1-5-45 L 28-45 1-9-56 W 76-54 2-20-68 L 65-74 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-24-45 L 33-64 2-6-56 W 85-78 1-11-69 W 47-46 at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO 12-15-45 L 35-59 1-5-57 L 79-92 2-15-69 W 56-55 at Kansas City, MO at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS 1-7-46 L 36-48 2-16-57 L 58-91 1-5-70 W 56-53 at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-22-46 L 34-50 1-18-58 L 54-68 2-23-70 L 45-63 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS 1-8-47 W 39-34 2-17-58 L 69-84 12-26-70 L +63-96 at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS at Kansas City, MO 3-7-47 L 38-48 12-30-58 L #73-84 2-20-71 L 66-85 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO at Lawrence, KS 1-17-48 L 46-58 1-10-59 L 62-69 3-8-71 L 69-71 OT at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook

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2-1-72 W 64-60 1-26-83 W 76-63 2-26-96 L 65-87 at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS 2-26-72 L 80-93 2-17-83 W 74-69 2-4-97 W 96-94 2OT at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-20-73 W 75-72 OT 1-18-84 L 56-73 2-17-97 L 67-79 at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS 2-27-73 W 79-63 2-18-84 L 62-72 3-9-97 L @60-87 at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 1-29-74 L 67-80 1-22-85 L 68-70 1-19-98 W 74-73 at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO 3-9-74 L 76-112 2-12-85 W 62-55 2-8-98 L 70-80 at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS 1-18-75 L 86-91 1-23-86 L 77-81 1-11-99 L 61-73 at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-19-75 W 87-72 2-11-86 L 66-100 1-24-99 W 71-63 at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS 12-30-75 W +79-69 1-20-87 L 70-71 1-22-00 W 81-59 at Kansas City, MO at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO 1-17-76 W 99-69 2-11-87 W 63-60 3-5-00 L 82-83 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS 2-18-76 W 61-60 3-8-87 W ^67-65 1-29-01 W 75-66 at Lawrence, KS at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO 12-30-76 W +69-65 1-9-88 L 74-78 3-4-01 L 75-59 at Kansas City, MO at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS 1-8-77 L 72-77 2-27-88 L 77-82 1-28-02 L 73-105 at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS 2-9-77 W 87-79 2-1-89 W 91-66 3-3-02 L 92-95 at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO 12-28-77 L +49-96 2-11-89 W 93-80 2-3-03 L 70-76 at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS 1-7-78 L 67-71 1-20-90 W 95-87 3-9-03 L 74-79 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-8-78 L 52-72 2-13-90 W 77-71 3-15-03 W @68-63 at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS at Dallas, TX 1-17-79 W 58-55 1-19-91 L 64-91 2-2-04 L 65-56 at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS 2-7-79 L 85-88 2-12-91 L 70-74 3-7-04 L 84-82 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 3-2-79 L ^73-76 1-13-92 L 80-92 OT @3-12-04 L 94-69 at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO at Dallas, TX 1-9-80 L 66-69 3-8-92 L 89-97 1-31-05 L 73-61 at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS 2-9-80 W 88-65 2-1-93 L 69-86 3-6-05 W 72-68 at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO 2-29-80 L ^71-80 2-13-93 L 63-67 1-16-06 W 89-86 OT at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-21-81 L 55-63 1-31-94 W 79-67 2-18-06 L 79-46 at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS 2-9-81 W 79-65 2-20-94 W 81-74 1-15-06 L 80-77 at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS at Lawrence, KS 3-6-81 L ^70-75 1-9-95 L 89-102 2-10-07 L 92-74 at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-20-82 W 41-35 2-25-95 L 69-88 1-19-08 L 76-70 at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO 2-9-82 W 42-41 2-10-96 W 77-73 2-4-08 L 90-71 at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO at Lawrence, KS 186

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2-9-09 W 62-60 3-5-17 L 22-26 1-13-30 W 34-21 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 3-1-09 L 90-65 3-6-17 L 27-32 2-14-30 L 35-37 at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS 1-25-10 L 84-65 2-27-18 W 22-19 1-12-31 L 30-31 at Lawrence, KS at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO 3-6-10 L 77-56 2-28-18 W 28-24 2-21-31 L 14-21 at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS 2-7-11 L 103-86 3-14-19 W 47-26 1-9-32 W 32-29 at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 3-5-11 L 70-66 3-15-19 W 38-23 2-26-32 L 22-28 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS 2-4-12 W 74-71 1-30-20 W 21-19 2-3-33 L 28-35 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS 2-25-12 L 87-86 OT 1-31-20 W 33-19 3-4-33 W 37-33 at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO * Big Six Tournament 3-4-20 W 29-22 1-6-34 W 32-20 # Big Seven Tournament at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO ^ Big Eight Tournament 3-5-20 L 23-29 2-10-34 W 41-20 @ Big 12 Tournament at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS + Big Eight Holiday Tourn. 2-11-21 W 48-18 2-1-35 L 29-32 at KU: KU leads, 89-31 at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS at MU: KU leads, 65-57 2-12-21 W 35-26 2-2-35 L 20-27 at Neutral: KU leads, 19-7 at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS 3-4-21 W 33-19 2-9-35 W 44-31 Kansas State at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO (Wildcats lead, 118-117) 3-5-21 L 24-32 2-10-35 W 34-20 2-7-07 L 19-39 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS 2-3-22 W 39-24 12-20-35 L *25-39 2-2-09 W 31-29 at Columbia, MO Kansas City, MO at Manhattan, KS 3-6-22 W 32-28 1-11-36 L 19-37 1-21-13 L 18-32 at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO 1-12-23 W 40-17 2-22-36 L 35-39 1-22-13 L 27-34 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-13-23 W 36-10 2-8-37 L 42-46 2-12-13 W 25-24 at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS 2-20-37 L 26-39 2-18-14 L 32-35 2-1-24 L 26-29 at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO L 28-29 OT 2-19-14 L 21-22 2-26-24 L 15-23 1-15-38 at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO 2-18-38 W 59-46 2-27-14 L 20-32 2-9-25 W 28-24 at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS 2-20-39 W 39-29 2-28-14 L 23-34 3-4-25 L 32-43 at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS 2-25-39 W 46-37 2-16-15 W 26-16 2-5-26 W 25-22 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS W 44-28 2-17-15 W 21-19 2-20-26 L 22-26 2- 5-40 at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS 1-9-28 W 44-33 2-16-40 W 36-23 3-1-15 L 19-28 at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 3-2-15 W 32-16 3-2-28 W 41-31 2-6-41 L 24-34 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS 2-25-16 L 19-27 1-20-29 W 51-36 2-17-41 W 30-28 at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-26-16 W 22-10 2-8-29 W 35-25 2-14-42 W 44-36 at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook

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2-21-42 L 35-42 1-21-56 L 54-58 1-3-66 L 59-78 at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-6-43 W 44-30 3-3-56 W 85-72 2-21-66 L 61-85 at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS 2-27-43 W 42-34 12-30-56 L #75-79 OT 1-10-67 L 65-75 at Manhattan, KS Kansas City, MO at Manhattan, KS 2-7-44 W 45-30 1-14-57 L 55-59 2-14-67 L 67-82 at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO 3-4-44 W 38-14 2-25-57 L 71-78 12-27-67 L +61-71 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 2-5-45 L 29-50 12-27-57 L #51-60 2-5-68 L 67-69 at Manhattan, KS at Kansas City, MO at Manhattan, KS 3-2-45 W 45-42 2-28-58 L 61-82 2-27-68 L 63-70 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-15-46 W 44-34 3-1-58 L 75-86 2-24-69 W 66-62 at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO 2-9-46 W 58-47 12-26-58 L #66-69 3-3-69 L 55-60 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO at Manhattan, KS 1-14-47 W 43-42 1-17-59 L 60-75 12-30-69 L +58-64 at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 2-7-47 W 49-43 3-7-59 L 69-108 1-31-70 L 63-64 at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS 2-7-48 W 48-46 1-9-60 L 60-65 2-16-70 L 60-63 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-21-48 L 53-55 2-13-60 L 80-89 1-16-71 W 80-72 at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO 1-8-49 W 49-42 2-18-61 L 70-99 3-6-71 L 69-77 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS 2-5-49 W 40-34 2-25-61 L 71-91 12-30-71 W +67-58 at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS at Kansas City, MO 2-13-50 W 59-43 12-29-61 L +57-62 2-5-72 L 67-69 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO at Manhattan, KS 3-4-50 W 58-55 1-18-62 L 66-69 3-7-72 L 76-79 at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-6-51 L 43-60 2-10-62 L 59-65 12-30-72 W +82-72 at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS at Kansas City, MO 2-10-51 L 64-75 12-27-62 L +43-61 1-13-73 L 55-70 at Manhattan, KS at Kansas City, MO at Manhattan, KS 2-9-52 L 52-55 2-4-63 L 55-90 2-20-73 W 80-66 at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO 2-16-52 L 58-86 2-16-63 L 55-67 1-19-74 L 67-70 at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS 1-24-53 L 85-94 12-28-63 L +67-84 2-26-74 L 67-69 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO 2-25-53 L 68-75 2-15-64 L 79-89 OT 12-27-74 L +67-84 at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 1-23-54 W 75-71 3-7-64 L 68-88 2-5-75 L 84-91 at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS 2-27-54 L 78-79 12-30-64 L +62-90 3-5-75 W 83-75 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO 12-30-54 W #89-71 1-16-65 W 80-68 12-29-75 W +86-66 at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 1-15-55 W 94-85 3-6-65 W 67-58 2-4-76 L 81-85 at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO 1-19-55 L 67-78 12-30-65 L +70-90 3-3-76 W 81-72 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO at Manhattan, KS 188

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1-26-77 W 66-60 3-5-88 L 82-92 1-16-01 L 59-80 at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS 2-19-77 L 77-88 2-4-89 W 73-68 2-7-01 W 70-66 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 3-4-77 L ^67-72 OT 3-1-89 L 75-76 1-12-02 W 81-66 at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS Manhattan, KS 1-25-78 W 65-60 3-11-89 W ^88-83 1-26-02 W 86-74 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO Columbia, MO 2-18-78 L 54-67 2-8-90 L 58-65 2-15-03 W 71-63 at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS Columbia, MO 3-4-78 W ^71-68 2OT 2-28-90 W 65-60 3-1-03 W 77-70 at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO Manhattan, KS 12-30-78 L +62-75 1-12-91 W 62-60 1-31-04 W 62-53 at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-27-79 W 83-79 2-27-91 W 84-75 2-28-04 W 79-69 at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS 2-21-79 W 67-63 2-12-92 W 67-59 1-15-05 L 74-54 at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS 1-30-80 L 64-66 2-29-92 L 69-73 1-29-05 L 64-59 at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO 2-23-80 W 67-65 2-8-93 W 67-51 1-21-06 L 79-64 at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO at Manhattan 2-4-81 L 56-75 3-2-93 L 67-78 2-12-06 W 74-71 at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO 2-28-81 W 46-43 3-14-93 W ^68-56 1-13-07 L 85-81 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO 1-30-82 W 59-58 1-8-94 W 63-43 1-31-07 L 80-73 at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS 2-24-82 L 56-57 3-2-94 W 68-57 2-2-08 W 77-74 at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO 2-5-83 W 82-50 1-14-95 W 67-61 2-16-08 L 100-63 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS 3-1-83 W 49-47 2-4-95 W 77-60 1-28-09 L 88-72 at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS 2-8-84 L 46-67 1-27-96 W 86-80 2-25-09 W 94-74 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 3-3-84 L 47-53 2-21-96 L 64-69 1-9-10 W 74-68 at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO 2-6-85 W 54-47 2-1-97 W 85-63 2-27-10 L 63-53 at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS 3-2-85 L 54-69 3-1-97 L 76-60 1-17-11 W 75-59 at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO 3-6-85 W ^68-50 1-3-98 L 56-111 2-26-11 L 80-70 at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS at Manhattan, KS 1-21-86 W 74-70 2-28-98 W 89-59 1-7-12 L 75-59 at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS 2-26-86 W 84-69 1-6-99 W 78-73 2-21-12 L 78-68 at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS at Columbia, MO 2-1-87 W 68-64 1-27-99 W 70-63 * University Tournament at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO + Big 8 Holiday Tourn. 2-24-87 W 80-75 3-5-99 L @74-84 @ Big 12 Championships at Manhattan, KS at Kansas City, MO # Big 7 Tournament 3-7-87 W ^72-69 1-15-00 W 73-56 ^ Big 8 Tournament at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO at MU: MU leads, 65-42 2-9-88 W 79-75 2-19-00 W 84-74 at KSU: KSU leads, 61-44 at Columbia, MO at Manhattan, KS at Neutral: KSU leads, 15-8 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook

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Kennesaw State ! Battle 4 Atlantis Massachusetts (Tigers lead, 1-0) * Maui Classic (Minutemen lead, 1-0) 12-15-11 W 104-67 3-17-73 L *71-78 at Columbia, MO Loyola, IL at New York, NY (Ramblers lead, 2-1) * Postseason NIT Lafayette 12-21-59 W 71-62 (Tigers lead, 1-0) at Chicago, IL McNeese State 1-7-76 W 90-77 12-14-60 L 62-68 (Tigers lead, 1-0) at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-15-07 W 81-44 12-15-65 L 85-108 at Columbia, MO Lamar at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 2-1) Memphis 1-5-80 W 71-60 Marist (Memphis leads, 7-5) at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 1-0) 12-6-80 W *92-70 1-30-92 W *69-56 12-21-65 L *72-85 at Memphis, TN at Columbia, MO at Hilo, HI 1-25-86 L 68-79 3-12-81 L #67-71 * Big Island Invitational at Memphis, TN at Austin, TX 1-3-87 L 59-61 * Show-Me Classic Marquette at Columbia, MO # NCAA Midwest Region (Tigers lead, 5-4) 12-12-87 L 68-76 2-18-57 W 98-76 LaSalle at Memphis, TN at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 2-0) 12-10-88 W 86-74 12-6-57 W 57-56 at Columbia, MO 1-7-81 W 83-74 at Milwaukee, WI at Kansas City, MO 12-27-89 W 71-65 1-9-78 L 52-70 11-24-10 W 83-71 at Memphis, TN at Columbia, MO at Playa del Carmen, Mexico 1-2-91 W 96-82 12-9-78 L 57-74 at Columbia, MO at Milwaukee, WI Liberty 1-8-92 L 78-89 3-13-82 W *73-69 at Memphis, TN (Tigers lead, 1-0) 12-19-94 W 87-76 at Tulsa, OK 1-21-93 L 56-64 1-23-83 L 59-60 OT at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-14-03 W 93-78 Lipscomb 1-7-84 W 58-57 at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 1-0) at Milwaukee, WI 61-59 11-16-06 W 89-69 3-22-03 L *101-92 12-27-03 L at Memphis, TN at Columbia, MO Indianapolis,IN 03-26-09 W ^101-91 3-22-09 W ^83-79 at Glendale, AZ Louisiana-Monroe at Boise, ID (Tigers lead, 1-0) *- Memphis Classic *- NCAA Midwest Region 1-2-06 W 73-44 ^- at NCAA Tournament West ^NCAA West Region at Columbia, MO Regional Semifinals at MU: MU leads, 3-2 Maryland at Mem.: Mem. leads, 4-1 (Tigers lead, 4 -1) at Neutral: MU leads, 1-0 81-61 1-6-88 W 93-85 at Columbia, MO 1-24-89 W 87-73 Mercer (Tigers lead, 4-0) Louisville at College Park, MD (Series tied, 2-2) 2-18-96 L 72-91 12-30-93 W 78-50 at Columbia, MO 1-18-81 L 49-71 at College Park, MD at Louisville, KY 12-30-97 W 83-79 12-17-94 W 74-73 at Columbia, MO 1-17-82 W 69-55 at Columbia, MO at St. Louis, MO 11-20-07 W ^84-70 12-19-96 W 90-63 at Columbia, MO 11-25-89 W *82-79 at Kansas City, MO 11-14-11 W 81-63 at Lahaina, HI ^- CBE Classic at Columbia, MO 11-23-12 L !61-84 at Nassau, Bahamas Louisiana Tech (Tigers lead, 1-0) 11-29-72 W at Columbia, MO

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Miami (FL) Missouri-Kansas City Murray State (Tigers lead, 1-0) (Tigers lead, 3-0) (Tigers lead, 4-0) 3-14-02 W 93-80 11-29-05 W 60-42 12-28-91 W 92-52 at Albuquerque, NM* at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO *NCAA West Regional 01-08-09 W 96-76 3-13-96 W *89-85 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO Michigan 12-30-09 W 91-57 11-28-04 W 59-55 (Wolverines lead, 4-1) at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-2-26 L 19-27 12-13-08 W 75-64 at Ann Arbor, MI Missouri-Rolla at Columbia, MO 12-27-49 W *47-46 (Tigers lead, 5-0) * Postseason NIT at Kansas City, MO 12-13-07 W 39-18 Navy 12-7-64 L 61-91 at Columbia, MO at Ann Arbor, MI 12-14-07 W 75-11 (Tigers lead, 3-0) 1-5-81 W 88-67 3-20-76 L #88-95 at Columbia, MO at Louisville, KY 1-22-09 W 43-12 at Columbia, MO 3-17-94 W *76-63 * 3-15-04 L 65-64 at Columbia, MO at Ann Arbor, MI 1-23-09 W 49-22 at Ogden, UT 12-10-11 W 84-59 * Postseason NIT at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO * Big Seven Tournament 1-2-22 W 33-18 * NCAA West Region # NCAA Midwest Region at Columbia, MO Nebraska Michigan State Missouri State (Tigers lead, 126-93) (Tigers lead, 4-3) (Series tied, 2-2) 1-31-08 L 30-41 12-30-37 L 33-43 1-8-41 L 32-35 at Lincoln, NE at East Lansing, MI at Springfield, MO 2-1-08 L 31-43 1-5-48 W 46-44 12-6-86 W 57-53 OT at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-17-49 W 74-54 11-18-88 W *73-54 2-1-09 W 26-24 at Lincoln, NE at East Lansing, MI at Columbia, MO 12-1-71 W 77-67 11-18-98 L #69-72 2-8-11 W 39-26 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-9-11 W 37-36 OT 12-22-83 W 79-66 * Big Apple NIT at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO # Chase NIT 2-26-11 L 23-30 12-15-84 L 61-79 at Lincoln, NE at East Lansing, MI Montana 2-27-11 W 23-20 11-19-07 L ^86-83 (Tiger lead, 1-0) at Kansas City, MO 12-11-04 W 87-62 at Lincoln, NE 2-9-17 W 18-16 ^- CBE Classic at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE Middle Tennessee State 2-10-17 W 18- 7 Montana State (Tigers lead, 1-0) at Lincoln, NE (Tiger lead, 2-0) 12-11-85 W 81-77 12- 3-62 2-8-18 W 22- 9 W 86-66 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-9-18 W 16- 8 12- 6-71 W 89-57 Minnesota at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO (Minnesota leads, 2-0) 2-14-19 L 14-21 12-19-59 L 62-80 Morehead State at Lincoln, NE at Minneapolis, MN (Tigers lead, 1-0) 2-15-19 L 26-28 12-5-60 L 56-60 12-3-84 W 75-60 at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-13-22 W 46-31 at Lincoln, NE Mississippi Valley State Morgan State 2-24-22 W 55-16 (Tigers lead, 1-0) (Tigers lead, 1-0) at Columbia, MO 1-6-86 W 81-67 11-27-99 W 91-50 1-22-23 W 33-18 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook

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2-24-23 W 39-22 2-19-37 L 21-50 2-6-50 L 41-50 at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE at Lincoln, NE 1-5-24 L 18-24 1-14-38 W 27-18 2-20-50 L 48-55 at Lincoln, NE at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO 2-8-24 L 11-31 2-12-38 W 38-30 12-28-50 L #52-54 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 2-21-25 L 20-25 1-21-39 W 54-41 2-19-51 L 52-54 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE 2-27-25 L 21-24 2-18-39 W 46-36 3-7-51 W 68-57 at Lincoln, NE at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO 2-19-26 W 26-24 1-13-40 W 46-33 2-2-52 W 60-55 at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE 3-5-26 W 24-22 2-3-40 W 41-40 3-3-52 W 68-53 at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO 1-15-27 L 23-35 1-20-41 L 29-40 1-19-53 L 62-73 at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE at Lincoln, NE 2-14-27 L 22-27 2-15-41 L 36-38 2-21-53 W 66-59 at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-11-27 W 36-15 1-12-42 L 45-51 12-30-53 W #72-57 at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE at Kansas City, MO 1-7-28 L 26-36 2-28-42 L 40-41 1-18-54 L 72-80 at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE 1-12-29 W 30-25 1-16-43 L 36-39 3-1-54 W 82-67 at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-25-29 L 33-39 2-20-43 L 50-56 12-27-54 W #75-58 at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE at Kansas City, MO 1-18-30 W 27-21 2-5-44 W 36-32 OT 1-8-55 W 69-57 at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO 2-15-30 L 31-34 2-12-44 W 44-29 2-14-55 W 76-73 at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE 1-10-31 L 32-42 2-3-45 W 47-41 12-28-55 W #71-66 at Lincoln, NE at Lincoln, NE at Kansas City, MO 2-7-31 W 33-20 2-17-45 W 55-54 2OT 1-16-56 L 77-83 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE 1-16-32 W 30-18 12-12-45 W 64-54 3-5-56 W 88-80 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO 2-25-32 W 32-28 1-18-46 L 42-44 12-28-56 L #65-70 at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 1-7-33 W 37-33 2-25-46 L 39-42 1-19-57 L 65-84 at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO 2-25-33 W 39-31 1-18-47 W 47-41 2-11-57 L 49-53 at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE 1-13-34 W 36-26 2-22-47 W 60-49 1-6-58 W 55-54 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-9-34 L 27-34 12-18-47 L #44-46 2-12-58 L 62-67 OT at Lincoln, NE at Kansas City, MO at Lincoln, NE 1-19-35 W 32-31 1-12-48 W 66-54 1-12-59 L 69-81 at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE at Lincoln, NE 2-4-35 W 23-21 2-14-48 W 47-41 3-2-59 L 79-81 at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-10-36 L 26-31 12-29-48 W #52-50 12-30-59 L +67-78 at Lincoln, NE at Kansas City, MO at Kansas City, MO 2-8-36 L 33-43 2-21-49 L 46-47 1-11-60 W 69-61 at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO 1-9-37 L 22-31 3-17-49 L 48-52 2-1-60 L 59-64 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE 192

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12-28-60 L +72-90 1-27-73 W 78-65 1-26-85 L 66-74 at Kansas City, MO at Lincoln, NE at Lincoln, NE 1-7-61 L 48-62 3-10-73 W 86-70 2-23-85 W 69-50 at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 3-6-61 W 97-76 2- 9-74 L 58-75 1-18-86 W 68-67 at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE at Lincoln, NE 2-17-62 L 63-65 2-16-74 L 87-88 OT 2-8-86 L 66-75 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-24-62 W 81-63 1-75 W 88-74 1-28-87 W 87-71 at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE 2-9-63 W 69-61 2-22-75 L 77-80 2-18-87 W 80-64 at Lincoln, NE at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO 3-6-63 W 84-72 1-31-76 W 62-57 1-16-88 L 68-70 at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE at Lincoln, NE 1-11-64 L 69-74 OT 2-21-76 W 95-84 OT 2-11-88 W 92-67 at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-1-64 W 78-60 1-22-77 W 76-63 1-28-89 W 89-72 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE 2-15-65 W 92-74 2-12-77 L 58-60 2-19-89 W 79-63 at Lincoln, NE at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO 3-2-65 W 84-66 1-21-78 L 55-56 3-10-89 W ^98-70 at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE at Kansas City, MO 12-27-65 L +67-69 OT 2-11-78 W 74-52 1-13-90 W 111-95 at KC, MO at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE 1-8-66 L 60-82 3-3-78 W ^61-58 2-10-90 W 107-85 at Lincoln, NE at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO 2-19-66 L 53-71 12-28-78 L +56-58 OT 1-30-91 L 75-89 at Columbia, MO at KC, MO at Lincoln, NE 1-28-67 L 82-99 1-20-79 W 76-60 2-20-91 W 91-71 at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-28-67 L 73-80 2-17-79 L 64-76 3-10-91 W ^90-82 at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE at Kansas City, MO 1-13-68 L 66-75 1-12-80 W 84-63 1-18-92 W 83-73 at Lincoln, NE at Lincoln, NE at Lincoln, NE 3-7-68 W 91-70 2-2-80 W 73-60 2-17-92 W 87-61 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-30-68 L +70-76 1-24-81 L 53-66 1-30-93 L 87-88 OT at Kansas City, MO at Lincoln, NE at Lincoln, NE 2- 1-69 L 71-87 2-21-81 W 55-45 2-21-93 L 75-76 at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-11-69 W 79-60 1-16-82 W 44-42 1-24-94 W 89-73 at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE at Lincoln, NE 2-14-70 L 48-60 2-6-82 L 51-67 3-5-94 W 80-78 at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-28-70 W 80-63 3-5-82 W ^58-53 3-12-94 L ^91-98 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO at Kansas City, MO 2-13-71 L 72-81 1-29-83 W 79-56 1-7-95 W 82-74 at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE 2-27-71 W 77-65 2-26-83 W 54-51 2-22-95 L 75-78 at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO 12-27-71 W +76-64 3-11-83 W ^69-63 1-24-96 L 58-76 at Kansas City, MO at Kansas City, MO at Lincoln, NE 2-15-72 W 80-65 1-21-84 W 50-48 2-7-96 W 99-98 at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO 3-4-72 W 61-54 2-11-84 L 56-61 OT 1-18-97 L 53-76 at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook

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1-22-97 W 75-74 1-10-09 L 56-51 Nicholls State at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE (Tigers lead, 2-0) 3-6-97 W @78-72 2-14-09 W 70-47 12-1-98 W 66-57 at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-4-98 W 81-76 OT 1-23-10 W 70-53 11-16-12 W 74-54 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-18-98 L 66-67 OT 2-20-10 W 74-59 at Lincoln, NE at Lincoln, NE Norfolk State 1-2-99 W 80-57 3-10-10 L 60-75 (Spartans Lead, 1-0) at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 3-16-12 L *86-84 2-6-99 L 61-69 1-12-11 W 77-69 at Omaha, NE at Lincoln, NE at Columbia, MO * NCAA West Region 2-5-00 W 84-78 3-1-11 L 69-58 North Carolina at Lincoln, NE at Lincoln, NE (Tar Heels Lead, 5-4) 3-1-00 W 86-72 # Big Seven Tournament 11-27-82 W 64-60 at Columbia, MO + Big Eight Holiday Tourn. at St. Louis, MO 1-6-01 W 68-66 ^ Big Eight Tournament 12-30-82 L *58-73 at Columbia, MO @ Big 12 Championships at Honolulu, HI 1-24-01 L 79-85 at MU: MU leads, 70-25 11-26-83 L 57-64 at Lincoln, NE at NU: NU leads, 56-42 at Greensboro, NC 1-5-02 W 60-53 at Neutral: MU leads, 14-12 12-30-84 W #81-76 at Columbia, MO at Honolulu, HI 2-13-02 W 87-71 Nevada-Las Vegas 11-29-85 L +63-84 (Tigers lead, 3-1) at Lincoln, NE at Anchorage, AK 1-29-03 W 63-56 2-13-88 W 81-79 11-23-88 W ^91-81 at Las Vegas, NV at Lincoln, NE at Lahaina, HI 2-18-03 W 67-50 12-14-91 W 90-78 12-3-88 L %60-76 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Charlotte, NC 3-13-03 W @70-61 1-11-93 L 84-101 11-26-89 W $80-73 at Las Vegas, NV at Dallas, TX at New York, NY 1-24-04 W 72-51 2-15-04 W 94-60 3-17-00 L @70-84 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Birmingham, AL 2-7-04 L 78-62 *-Rainbow Classic #-Hawaii New Mexico at Lincoln, NE Pacific Invitational (Lobos lead, 1-0) 1-22-05 W 80-70 +-Great Alaska Shootout 3-11-99 L *59-61 at Columbia, MO ^-Maui Classic 2-19-05 W 56-53 at Denver, CO %-Diet Pepsi Tournament of * NCAA West Region at Lincoln, NE Champions 3-11-05 W @70-67 $-Big Apple (pre-season) NIT New Mexico State at Kansas City, MO @-NCAA South Regional 1-28-06 L 65-52 (Tigers lead, 1-0) 12-13-51 W 53-38 UNC-Asheville at Lincon, NE at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 2-0) 3-5-06 W 64-63 1-3-93 W 99-56 at Columbia, MO New York University at Columbia, MO 3-9-06 L @71-64 (Violets lead, 2-0) 11-19-99 W 75-69 at Dallas, TX 12-28-39 L 47-68 at Columbia, MO 2-3-07 L 66-61 at New York, NY at Columbia, MO 12-27-47 L 63-70 North Carolina-A&T 2-24-07 L 82-77 OT (Tigers lead, 2-0) at New York, NY at Lincoln, NE 11-10-06 W 101-80 1-30-08 L 66-62 at Columbia, MO Niagara at Columbia, MO 12-17-07 W 94-66 (Tigers lead, 1-0) 2-13-08 W 86-78 OT 11-17-11 W 83-52 at Columbia, MO at Lincoln, NE 3-13-08 L 61-56 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 194

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North Carolina State Northwest Missouri Oakland (Wolfpack leads, 2-1) (Tigers lead, 1-0) (Tigers lead, 3-0) 1- 9-83 W 49-42 12-17-96 W 77-56 11-29-03 W 90-85 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Detroit, MI 1-30-84 L 53-66 12-4-04 W 70-61 Northwestern at Raleigh, NC at Columbia, MO 12-29-95 L *68-87 (Tigers lead, 4-3) 12-30-05 W 74-58 12-31-47 W 49-41 at Columbia, MO at Honolulu, HI at Evanston, IL * Rainbow Classic 1-3-49 W 59-37 Ohio at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 4-1) North Alabama 12-10-60 W 73-72 12-12-70 W 91-83 2OT (Tigers lead, 1-0) at Evanston, IL at Columbia, MO 1-5-11 W 98-58 12-9-61 W 84-69 1- 4-72 W 78-76 North Florida at Columbia, MO at Athens, OH (Tigers lead, 1-0) 12-20-65 L *60-67 11-25-72 W 87-75 11-20-10 W 96-58 at Memphis, TN at Columbia, MO 12-18-67 L 68-79 1- 7-75 L 65-78 North Texas at Columbia, MO at Athens, OH (Tigers lead, 2-0) 12-5-68 L 67-79 12-17-88 W *113-85 at 12-4-76 W *97-84 at Evanston, IL Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO * Memphis Classic * Walsworth Classic 12-4-87 W *74-56 at Columbia, MO Northwestern State Ohio State * Show-Me Classic (Tigers lead, 2-0) (Tigers lead, 6-4) 11-20-05 W 81-72 12-12-31 L Northeast Missouri at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 2-0) 12-2-11 W 90-56 2-13-50 L 1-5-27 W 40-20 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-11-50 W 1-2-33 W 30-24 Notre Dame at Columbus, OH at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 7-2) 12-13-63 W 3-8-80 W (OT) *87-84 at Columbus, OH Northern Illinois at Lincoln, NE 12-1-65 L (Tigers lead, 1-0) at Columbia, MO 12-27-10 W 97-61 1-2-82 W 92-70 at Kansas City, MO 12-9-72 W at Columbia, MO 3-3-90 L 67-98 at Columbus, OH at South Bend, IN Northern Arizona 12-15-73 W 3-4-91 W 84-54 (Tigers lead, 1-0) at Columbia, MO 12-15-79 W 112-64 at Columbia, MO 12-11-83 W 1-23-92 W 77-68 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at South Bend, IN 12-22-84 L Northern Iowa 1-27-93 W 73-57 at Columbus, OH (Tigers lead, 3-1) at Columbia, MO 3-16-02 W 1-12-83 W 91-62 1-12-94 L 73-77 at Albuquerque, NM* at Columbia, MO at South Bend, IN *NCAA West Regional 1-11-84 W 80-65 1-12-95 W 64-56 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-9-85 W 70-56 11-21-11 W ^87-58 at Cedar Falls, IA at Kansas City, MO 3-16-90 L *71-74 ^ CBE Classic Semifinals at Richmond, VA * NCAA Midwest Region * NCAA East Region

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Oklahoma 2-22-32 L 17-28 1-15-44 L 30-44 (Sooners lead, 112-97) at Norman, OK at Oklahoma City, OK 2-16-16 W 50-20 2-4-33 L 26-31 1-29-44 L 26-27 at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO 2-17-16 L 28-29 2-17-33 W 40-30 1-26-45 L 27-43 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK 2-11-20 W 33-21 2-2-34 W 31-28 3-5-45 W 45-39 at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO 2-12-20 W 53-18 2-3-34 L 21-35 1-26-46 L 27-41 at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO 1-21-21 W 47-24 2-23-34 W 29-28 3-2-46 L 40-50 at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK 1-22-21 W 34-16 2-24-34 W 32-22 12-13-46 L #53-61 at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 2-4-22 W 46-27 1-11-35 L 28-38 1-25-47 L 43-57 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 3-4-22 W 66-22 1-12-35 L 29-33 2-27-47 L 36-42 at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-13-23 W 50-20 2-22-35 L 24-45 12-20-47 L +44-54 at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK at Kansas City, MO 2-3-23 W 38-29 2-23-35 W 41-37 1-31-48 W 49-43 at Norman, OK at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO 2-11-24 L 20-22 1-4-36 W 37-34 3-5-48 W 45-43 at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK 2-16-24 W 24-21 2-15-36 L 21-36 1-16-49 L 40-44 at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK at Norman, OK 1-17-25 L 15-22 2-6-37 L 26-42 2-26-49 W 49-44 at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO 2-10-25 L 22-42 2-26-37 L 41-50 12-30-49 W +44-42 at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 1-9-26 L 23-28 2-21-38 L 39-41 1-9-50 L 36-41 at Norman, OK at Norman, OK at Norman, OK 2-13-26 L 27-36 2-28-38 L 52-55 2-25-50 L 40-55 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-12-27 W 48-36 1-14-39 W 37-33 OT 12-29-50 L +41-51 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 2-26-27 L 20-43 2-11-39 L 40-43 1-13-51 W 41-39 at Norman, OK at Norman, OK at Norman, OK 2-4-28 L 24-40 1-29-40 L 34-35 2-24-51 W 57-45 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-11-28 L 33-34 2-13-40 W 33-27 12-29-51 W +61-49 at Norman, OK at Norman, OK at Kansas City, MO 2-2-29 L 34-40 3-11-40 L *41-52 1-21-52 L 45-47 at Columbia, MO at Wichita, KS at Norman, OK 3-2-29 L 35-36 1-24-41 L 32-49 2-11-52 W 56-50 at Norman, OK at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO 2-1-30 W 37-20 3-1-41 W 61-42 1-10-53 L 61-64 at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK 3-1-30 W 36-20 1-19-42 L 31-46 3-2-53 W 77-73 OT at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-26-31 W 22-14 2-7-42 L 36-60 2-9-54 L 78-80 at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK at Norman, OK 2-14-31 W 27-17 2-15-43 W 50-45 2-20-54 W 66-51 at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-6-32 W 27-20 3-6-43 L 37-52 12-29-54 W +95-87 at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK at Kansas City, MO 196

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2-5-55 W 96-61 2-12-66 L 89-103 3-3-77 W %90-75 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 2-25-55 W 91-78 12-28-66 L ^67-76 1-11-78 L 70-73 OT at Norman, OK at Kansas City, MO at Norman, OK 2-4-56 W 77-72 2-7-67 L 65-75 2-1-78 L 64-65 at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-25-56 W 86-64 3-6-67 L 75-90 1-13-79 W 73-67 at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO 2-5-57 W 74-56 1-6-68 L 70-71 2-3-79 L 76-80 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK 3-2-57 L 68-70 3-2-68 L 72-76 1-26-80 L 73-78 at Norman, OK at Norman, OK at Norman, OK 12-30-57 L +69-80 1-6-69 L 58-62 2-20-80 W 81-69 at Kansas City, MO at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO 2-1-58 L 56-59 2-22-69 W 69-49 1-13-81 W 81-52 at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-15-58 W 74-53 1-12-70 L 48-52 2-14-81 L 55-60 at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK at Norman, OK 1-5-59 L 59-64 2-9-70 W 55-47 1-23-82 W 84-64 at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-21-59 L 37-55 12-29-70 L ^63-70 2-18-82 W 60-55 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO at Norman, OK 12-28-59 L ^65-70 1-9-71 W 84-78 3-6-82 W %68-63 at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 1-18-60 L 52-64 1-30-71 L 63-92 1-22-83 W 48-41 at Norman, OK at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO 2-6-60 W 84-72 1-15-72 L 77-78 2-12-83 W 84-79 OT at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK at Norman, OK 1-21-61 W 70-62 3-11-72 W 76-62 2-4-84 L 65-76 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK 2-11-61 W 94-78 12-29-72 W ^69-68 2-28-84 L 60-61 at Norman, OK at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO 12-30-61 W ^63-58 OT 2-5-73 L 77-90 3-6-84 L %66-72 at KC, MO at Norman, OK at Norman, OK 1-8-62 L 52-56 2-12-73 W 64-62 1-16-85 L 65-92 at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK 3-8-62 L 55-63 12-26-73 W ^73-70 2-16-85 L 84-88 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO 12-28-62 W ^104-82 2-2-74 L 92-98 3-8-85 L %84-104 at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 1-5-63 L 78-84 3-4-74 L 80-97 2-1-86 L 84-88 at Norman, OK at Norman, OK at Norman, OK 2-23-63 L 67-68 12-30-74 W ^83-81 2OT 2-13-86 W 101-88 at Columbia, MO at KC, MO at Columbia, MO 12-27-63 W ^95-88 1-29-75 W 77-66 3-7-86 L %75-78 at Kansas City, MO at Norman, OK at Kansas City, MO 1-6-64 W 84-74 3-1-75 W 88-87 1-10-87 W 87-83 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-21-64 L 84-86 1-28-76 W 72-58 2-7-87 L 78-81 at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK 2-1-65 L 74-87 2-28-76 L 57-68 2-6-88 L 101-120 at Norman, OK at Norman, OK at Norman, OK 2-20-65 W 89-82 1-12-77 W 69-60 3-3-88 W 93-90 OT at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-29-66 L 70-88 2-2-77 L 63-66 3-12-88 L %99-102 at Norman, OK at Norman, OK at Kansas City, MO 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook

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2-9-89 L 105-112 3-23-02 L &75-81 2-28-59 L 54-64 at Stillwater, OK at Norman, OK San Jose, CA 2-25-89 W 97-84 2-26-03 W 67-52 12-29-59 L *49-64 at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 3-12-89 W %98-86 3-16-03 L @47-49 1-4-60 L 42-51 at Stillwater, OK at KC, MO at Dallas, TX 2-20-60 W 70-55 2-18-90 W 92-90 1-17-04 W 79-75 OT at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK 2-25-90 L 90-107 2-12-05 W 68-65 1-14-61 W 82-73 at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO 2-1-61 L 55-61 1-15-91 W 80-72 3-11-05 L @ 83-79 at Stillwater, OK at Columbia, MO at Kansas City 2-2-91 L 87-95 1-10-06 W 71-69 12-27-61 W *60-44 at Kansas City, MO at Norman, OK at Norman, OK 2-9-92 W 99-92 2-20-07 W 72-68 1-6-62 L 57-72 at Stillwater, OK at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO 2-19-62 W 69-64 3-4-92 L 67-81 3-8-08 L 75-66 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK 1-7-63 L 56-81 2-10-93 L 84-95 3-4-09 W 73-64 at Stillwater, OK at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO 2-27-93 L 68-69 1-16-10 L 66-61 2-2-63 W 58-54 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK 2-8-64 L 61-80 2-5-94 W 104-94 2-12-11 W 84-61 at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK at Columbia, MO 2-22-64 W 70-63 2-26-94 W 99-83 1-3-12 W 87-49 at Stillwater, OK at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-27-64 W *53-48 2-18-95 L 89-94 2-6-12 W 71-68 at Kansas City, MO at Norman, OK at Norman, OK 1-30-65 L 55-63 3-4-95 W 83-81 OT * playoff for NCAA Tournament at Stillwater, OK at Columbia, MO # Big Six Tournament 2-6-65 W 49-42 1-15-96 W 75-73 + Big Seven Tournament at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO ^ Big Eight Holiday Tourn. 12-29-65 W *65-63 OT 2-3-96 L 68-104 % Big Eight Tournament at Kansas City, MO at Norman, OK @ Big 12 Championships 1-31-66 L 50-67 3-8-96 W %92-88 OT & NCAA West Region Final at Stillwater, OK at KC, MO at MU: MU leads, 62-31 2-28-66 L 51-68 2-15-97 W 80-73 at OU: OU leads, 65-21 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Neutral: OU leads, 16-14 12-30-66 L *74-77 3-8-97 W @89-80 at Kansas City, MO at Kansas City, MO Oklahoma State 2-4-67 W 60-56 2-21-98 L 76-80 (Tigers lead, 77-41) at Columbia, MO at Norman, OK 1-8-26 W 31-23 2-18-67 L 55-61 at Stillwater, OK 3-6-98 L @53-58 at Stillwater, OK 2-12-26 W 37-36 2-10-68 L 40-57 at Kansas City, MO 2-15-99 L 57-69 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-11-27 W 46-29 3-4-68 W 60-58 at Columbia, MO 2-26-00 L 56-83 at Columbia, MO at Stillwater, OK 2-25-27 L 26-32 12-26-68 L *55-60 at Norman, OK at Stillwater, OK 3-10-00 L @80-84 OT at Kansas City, MO 2-10-28 W 56-47 1-4-69 at Kansas City, MO L 60-61 OT 2-19-01 L 61-63 at Stillwater, OK at Stillwater, OK 3-9-28 W 37-32 at Columbia, MO 2-8-69 W 73-52 at Columbia, MO 3-9-01 L 65-67 at Columbia, MO 2-10-59 W 51-44 1-10-70 at Kansas City, MO W 60-56 OT at Columbia, MO 1-21-02 L 71-84 at Stillwater, OK Norman, OK 198

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2-21-70 W 72-61 1-28-81 W 92-77 3-12-93 W #81-62 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 12-30-70 W *72-60 2-18-81 W 82-65 1-22-94 W 73-68 at Kansas City, MO at Stillwater, OK at Stillwater, OK 2-1-71 W 63-55 1-13-82 W 54-49 2-12-94 W 72-70 at Stillwater, OK at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-22-71 W 69-67 2-13-82 W 89-82 1-22-95 L 70-85 at Columbia, MO at Stillwater, OK at Stillwater, OK 1-17-72 W 74-67 1-19-83 W 84-63 2-11-95 W 81-79 at Stillwater, OK at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-12-72 W 80-64 2-19-83 L 73-79 2-13-96 W 63-59 at Columbia, MO at Stillwater, OK at Stillwater, OK 1-30-73 W 85-73 3-13-83 L #92-93 2OT 3-3-96 L 49-51 at Stillwater, OK at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO 3-3-73 W 79-73 1-28-84 L 54-63 1-11-97 L 67-68 at Columbia, MO at Stillwater, OK at Stillwater, OK 2-18-74 L 80-86 2-26-84 W 65-64 2OT 1-14-98 W 70-64 at Stillwater, OK at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 3- 2-74 W 87-81 1-30-85 W 66-65 2-20-99 L 68-84 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Stillwater, OK 1-22-75 L 75-94 2-19-85 W 78-74 2-21-00 L 72-84 at Stillwater, OK at Stillwater, OK at Columbia, MO 2-12-75 W 76-66 1-14-86 W 55-51 2-5-01 L 66-69 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Stillwater, OK 12-26-75 W *81-79 2-15-86 L 65-86 2-25-02 W 72-69 at Kansas City, MO at Stillwater, OK at Columbia, MO 1-21-76 W 88-67 1-17-87 W 87-77 1-18-03 L 56-76 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Stillwater, OK 2-11-76 W 72-67 2-14-87 W 69-68 3-14-03 W @60-58 at Stillwater, OK at Stillwater, OK at Dallas, TX 1-15-77 W 73-68 1-30-88 W 86-72 2-24-04 W 93-92 2OT at Stillwater, OK at Stillwater, OK at Columbia, MO 2-5-77 W 97-75 2-21-88 W 92-70 1-11-05 L 78-68 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Stillwater, OK 2-26-77 W #92-74 1-21-89 W 105-83 1-7-06 W 69-61 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-30-77 W *87-75 2-22-89 L 71-82 2-17-07 W 75-64 at Kansas City, MO at Stillwater, OK at Stillwater, OK 1-14-78 W 85-70 1-6-90 W 78-68 2-26-08 L 75-73 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-4-78 L 52-62 1-16-90 W 72-71 1-21-09 W 97-95 at Stillwater, OK at Stillwater, OK at Stillwater, OK 12-29-78 L *58-63 1-5-91 W 80-79 OT 3-13-09 W @67-59 at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO at Oklahoma City, OK 1-10-79 L 63-73 2-16-91 L 56-71 1-30-10 W 95-80 at Columbia, MO at Stillwater, OK at Columbia, MO 2-10-79 L 54-61 3- 9-91 W #94-92 2OT 2-2-11 L 76-70 at Stillwater, OK at Kansas City, MO at Stillwater, OK 2-27-79 W #92-70 2- 2-92 L 61-84 1-25-12 L 79-72 at Columbia, MO at Stillwater, OK at Stillwater, OK 1-19-80 W 69-64 2-23-92 W 66-52 2-15-12 W 83-65 at Stillwater, OK at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-16-80 W 93-81 1-24-93 W 79-63 3-8-12 W 88-70 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 2-26-80 W #82-69 2-24-93 L 74-77 OT * Big Eight Holiday Tourn. at Columbia, MO at Stillwater, OK # Big Eight Tournament @ Big 12 Tournament 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook 199


Pacific 11-39-94 W #69-66 at Auburn Hills, MI (Series tied, 1-1) 12-23-66 L 68-84 12-9-06 L 62-79 at West Lafayette, IN at Stockton, CA Old Dominion 12-10-71 W 64-59 12-8-07 W 73-63 at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 5-0) at Columbia, MO * NCCI Tournament 1-14-87 W 78-66 Pepperdine # Great Eight at Columbia, MO 12-9-89 W 88-75 (Tigers lead, 1-0) 3-25-44 W *61-46 Rhode Island at Norfolk, VA (Series tied, 1-1) 11-27-09 W ^66-61 at Kansas City, MO 3-17-88 L *80-87 * NCAA Western Playoffs South Padre, TX at Chapel Hill, NC 12-30-10 W 81-58 11-22-00 W #70-60 Portland Columbia, MO at Anchorage, AK (Tigers lead, 1-0) 12-30-11 W 75-68 12-6-74 W *89-71 * NCAA East Region at Norfolk, VA #Great Alaska Shootout at Columbia, MO ^ S. Padre Island Invitational * Show-Me Classic Rice Oral Roberts Prairie View A&M (Tigers lead, 7-0) (Tigers lead, 6-1) 12-27-46 W *57-53 12-17-79 W 84-73 (Tigers lead, 2-0) 1-9-91 W 118-66 at Oklahoma City, OK at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-18-58 W 68-62 1-3-81 W 83-74 11-15-08 W 86-65 at Houston, TX at Tulsa, OK 12-17-59 W 77-48 12-29-86 W *84-57 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO 12-22-64 W 81-72 12-10-97 W 85-67 Presbyterian (Mizzou leads, 1-0) at Houston, TX at Columbia, MO 11-30-08 W 82-83 12-11-10 W 70-55 12-13-65 W 96-87 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-2-74 W 92-67 12-9-09 L 59-60 Princeton at Columbia, MO at Tulsa, OK (Mizzou leads, 2-0) 12-8-75 W 94-75 12-16-10 W 81-62 12-28-57 W *83-71 at Houston, TX Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO * All-College Tournament * BMA Holiday Classic 11-13-99 W +51-48 at Syracuse, NY Richmond Oregon * Big Seven Tournament (Spiders lead, 1-0) (Tigers lead, 5-0) 11-28-09 L *59-52 12-19-56 W 59-52 +NABC Classic at South Padre, TX at Eugene, OR Purdue *- SPI Invitational 12-1-90 W 65-58 (Boilermakers lead, 8-3) at Columbi a, MO 12-31-25 L 26-27 Rutgers 1-4-92 W 79-58 at West Lafayette, IN at Eugene, OR 12-3-55 L 58-62 (Scarlet Knights lead, 2-1) 12-15-66 L 73-83 OT 12-05-09 W 106-69 at West Lafayette, IN at Columbia, MO 12-8-56 L 69-71 at New York, NY 1-23-90 W 89-84 12-2-10 W 83-80 at Columbia, MO 12-7-57 L 49-76 at Columbia, MO at Eugene, OR 11-27-90 L 60-68 at West Lafayette, IN Oregon State 12-6-58 L 57-65 at New Brunswick, NJ (Tigers lead, 2-1) at Columbia, MO 12-18-56 W 71-41 12-6-72 W 84-75 St. Bonaventure at Corvallis, OR (Tigers lead, 2-0) at Columbia, MO 12-11-82 W 87-59 12-11-73 L 66-79 12-7-85 W 67-55 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at West Lafayette, IN 12-1-84 L 52-54 3-14-75 L *74-87 1-5-87 W 83-62 at Corvallis, OR at Olean NY at Louisville, KY at MU: MU leads, 45-7 at OSU: OSU leads, 28-21 at Neutral: MU leads, 11-5

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St. Francis, Pa. 1-6-42 W 39-24 Sam Houston State (Tigers lead, 1-0) at Columbia, MO (Series tied, 1-1) 12-13-71 W 104-96 12-21-45 L 35-50 12-20-97 W 79-56 at Columbia, MO at St. Louis, MO at Columbia, MO 2-5-46 L 34-40 11-14-05 L 77-80 St. John’s, N.Y. at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO (Red Storm lead, 1-0) 12-9-46 W 48-44 3-18-72 L *81-82 OT San Diego State at St. Louis, MO at New York, NY (Series tied, 1-1) 2-6-47 L 35-36 * National Invitation Tourn. 1-10-77 W 84-69 at St. Louis, MO 12-15-47 L 34-54 at Columbia, MO St. Joseph’s, Pa. 12-21-78 L 77-83 OT at Columbia, MO (Hawks lead, 2-0) at San Diego, CA 2-4-48 L 36-49 12-29-39 L 38-39 at St. Louis, MO at Philadelphia, PA San Francisco 3-14-85 L *67-68 2-2-49 L 27-38 (Dons lead, 1-0) at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-28-92 L *71-78 3-10-49 L 37-54 at Hilo, HI * Postseason NIT at St. Louis, MO * Big Island Invitational Saint Louis 12-21-63 L 65-72 (Tigers lead, 21-19) San Jose State at St. Louis, MO 12-14-31 W 25-23 12-12-64 W 62-56 (Tigers lead, 2-0) at St. Louis, MO 3-6-80 W *61-51 at Columbia, MO 1-9-33 L 20-27 12-11-65 L 55-81 at Lincoln, NE at St. Louis, MO 12-28-87 W 85-61 at St. Louis, MO 12-9-33 W 26-23 12-10-66 L at Columbia, MO 71-73 OT at Columbia, MO * NCAA Midwest Region at Columbia, MO 1-27-34 L 26-30 12-13-67 L 66-77 Santa Clara at St. Louis, MO at Columbia, MO 12-21-34 L 18-33 12-20-68 W 91-62 (Broncs lead, 1-0) 12-21-66 L 91-99 OT at St. Louis, MO at St. Louis, MO 12-14-35 L 30-37 12-9-69 W 66-61 at Oakland, CA at Columbia, MO Savannah State at Columbia, MO 2-27-36 W 31-22 12-8-70 L 70-79 (Tigers lead, 2-0) at St. Louis, MO 11-17-00 W 90-49 at St. Louis, MO 12-8-36 W 31-26 12-22-79 W 77-75 OT at Columbia, MO at St. Louis, MO 1-6-10 W 74-45 at St. Louis, MO 2-13-37 W 41-27 12-13-80 W 76-58 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO Seton Hall 12-11-37 W 35-33 12-12-99 L 72-75 (Pirates lead, 1-0) at Columbia, MO at St. Louis, MO 12-17-37 L 24-31 12-9-00 W 77-73 3-21-92 L *71-88 at Greensboro, NC at St. Louis, MO at Columbia, MO 12-17-38 W 42-30 12-3-01 W 69-67 * NCAA East Region at Columbia, MO South Alabama at St. Louis, MO 12-21-38 L 27-35 at MU: SLU leads, 12-10 (Series tied, 1-1) at St. Louis, MO 12-19-72 W 94-66 at SLU: MU leads, 11-7 12-16-39 W 54-45 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-3-74 L *64-74 Samford 12-21-39 W 48-34 (Tigers lead, 1-0) at Mobile, AL at St. Louis, MO 12-2-83 W *93-73 * Senior Bowl Classic 12-14-40 W 34-21 at Columbia, MO South Carolina State at St. Louis, MO * Show-Me Classic (Tigers lead, 1-0) 2-12-41 W 39-24 12-17-12 W 102-51 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-9-41 W 52-29 at St. Louis, MO 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook

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Southeast Missouri State ^Puerto Rico Tip-Off 12-1-99 W 63-60 at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 7-0) * University Tournament # * Big Six Tournament 2-23-94 W 83-61 Sun Carnival at Columbia, MO + Winston Tire Classic Stanford 12-6-94 W 84-77 $ Rainbow Classic (Tigers lead, 1-0) at Columbia, MO Southern Illinois 11-22-12 W *78-70 1-3- 96 W 102-65 (Tigers lead, 6-1) at Nassau, Bahamas at Columbia, MO 55-68 * Battle 4 Atlantis 12-15-96 W 64-50 11-26-76 L at St. Louis, MO at Columbia, MO W 68-65 Stephen F. Austin 12-13-97 W 65-64 12-2-78 at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 1-0) at Columbia, MO 12-16-85 W 72-44 11-25-06 W 85-56 11-11-11 W 83-68 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-4-88 W 86-66 12-4-12 W 81-65 Stetson at Carbondale, IL at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 3-0) 1-6-93 W 82-76 12-30-00 W 89-64 at Columbia, MO Southern at Columbia, MO 1-5-94 W 72-56 (Tigers lead, 6-0) 11-12-06 W 66-45 12-21-88 W 114-96 at Carbondale, Ill 3-20-03 W #72-71 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-20-08 W 78-44 1-10-90 W 106-87 at Indianapolis, IN at Columbia, MO # NCAA Central Regional at Columbia, MO 12-30-96 W 111-69 Syracuse SIU-Edwardsville at Columbia, MO (Orange lead, 5-1) (Tigers lead, 2-0) 12-6-01 W 117-67 11-25-88 L *84-86 OT 12-27-08 W 107-57 at Columbia, MO at New York, NY at Columbia, MO 12-30-06 W 87-58 3-23-89 L #80-83 11-10-12 W 83-69 at Columbia, MO at Minneapolis, MN 11-16-07 W 95-50 at Columbia, MO 3-24-94 W +98-88 OT at Columbia, MO at Los Angeles, CA Southern Methodist 11-25-00 L %62-84 (Tigers lead, 9-4) Southern California 12-12-46 L *53-56 at Anchorage, AK (Tigers lead, 6-5) 1-13-03 L 76-69 Kansas City, MO 12-15-31 L 21-22 12-20-48 W 52-41 at Syracuse, NY 1-12-04 L 82-68 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 49-59 at Columbia, MO 12-21-35 L *16-42 12-21-48 L at Columbia, MO * Big Apple NIT (pre-season) at Kansas City, MO 12-22-56 W 76-69 12-22-49 W 62-61 + NCAA West Region at Dallas, TX # NCAA Midwest Region % at Los Angeles, CA 12-1-61 L 43-56 12-23-49 W 53-42 Great Alaska Shootout at Dallas, TX at Columbia, MO 73-78 Temple 12-14-62 L 70-77 12-23-64 L at Dallas, TX (Tigers lead, 2-1) at Los Angeles, CA W 74-73 12-6-82 W 76-68 12-17-76 W #87-77 1- 8-73 at Dallas, TX at Columbia, MO at El Paso, TX W *91-74 2OT 12-10-79 W 78-75 12-1-73 L 73-77 12-2-88 at Columbia, MO at Charlotte, NC at Columbia, MO 12-28-81 W +65-58 12-11-93 W 82-77 3-18-93 L #61-75 at Columbia, MO at Salt Lake City, UT at Los Angeles, CA * Diet Pepsi Tournament of 12-28-95 L $64-75 1-4-95 W 84-68 at Dallas, TX Champions at Honolulu, HI 12-7-02 W 78-72 11-30-95 W 66-51 # NCAA West Region at Columbia, MO Anaheim, CA 11-23-08 W ^83-72 12-12-98 W 66-55 at Dallas, TX at San Juan, PR 202

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Tennessee-Chattanooga 1-5-98 W 91-69 12-14-50 W 50-45 (Tigers lead, 4-0) at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-20-80 W *64-62 2-27-99 W 54-47 12-18-52 W 55-45 at Atlanta, GA at Austin, TX at Columbia, MO 11-29-96 W ^83-74 2-12-00 L 63-66 at San Juan, P.R. at Columbia, MO Texas-El Paso 11-17-08 W 103-75 2-26-01 L 61-76 (Tigers lead, 3-2) at Columbia, MO at Austin, TX 12-22-58 L 71-75 11-24-09 W 99-56 2-17-02 L 70-72 at El Paso, TX at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-23-69 L *79-98 * Cotton States Classic 3-8-02 L @85-89 at El Paso, TX ^ San Juan Shootout at Kansas City, MO 12-8-73 W #68-56 1-25-03 L 55-75 at Columbia, MO Tennessee-Martin at Austin, TX 12-18-76 W *83-60 (Tigers lead, 5-0) 1-20-04 L 75-69 at El Paso, TX 12-20-82 W 71-58 at Columbia, MO 12-3-77 W #74-63 at Columbia, MO 2-26-05 L 63-51 at Columbia, MO 11-28-88 W 97-55 at Austin, TX * Sun Carnival at Columbia, MO 2-1-06 L 66-54 # Show-Me Classic 12-2-89 W 78-58 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-10-07 L 88-68 Texas-Pan American 11-14-01 W *89-63 at Austin, TX (Tigers lead, 4-0) at Columbia, MO 1-12-08 W 97-84 12- 3-83 W *51-49 11-17-09 W 83-68 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 2-4-09 W 69-65 12-30-90 W 75-56 *Guardians Classic at Austin, TX at Columbia, MO 2-17-10 W 82-77 12-2-00 W 78-57 Tennessee State at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 2-0) 11-22-09 W 100-44 11-27-95 W 89-75 1-29-11 L 71-58 at Austin, TX at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO * Show-Me Classic 12-8-12 W 68-38 1-14-12 W 84-73 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-30-12 W 67-66 Texas-San Antonio Tennessee Tech at Austin, TX (Tigers lead, 1-0) (Tigers lead, 1-0) 3-11-12 W 81-67 12-1-85 W *80-47 12-8-84 W 86-66 at Kansas City, MO Anchorage, AL at Columbia, MO * All-College Tournament * Great Alaska Shootout # NCAA Midwest Region Texas @ Big 12 Championships Texas Southern (Tigers lead, 14-12) at MU: MU leads, 7-4 (Tigers lead, 1-0) 1-1-23 W 37-18 at UT: Texas leads, 6-4 11-22-75 W 95-63 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 12-26-46 L *46-65 at Neutral: MU leads, 3-2 at Oklahoma City, OK Texas State 12-18-57 W 82-61 Texas A&M-CC (Tigers lead, 1-0) (Tigers lead, 3-0) at Columbia, MO 12-10-05 W 82-81 11-30-79 W 86-70 1- 5-74 W 86-76 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-7-85 W 88-54 1- 4-75 W 64-60 Texas Christian at Columbia, MO at Austin, TX 11-29-98 W 69-51 3-18-89 W #108-89 (Tigers lead, 4-1) 12-30-46 W 63-36 at Columbia, MO at Dallas, TX 1-26-97 L 74-78 Oklahoma City, OK 12-12-49 L 35-37 at Austin, TX 3-7-97 W @80-75 at Columbia, MO 12-13-49 W 54-45 at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO 2013-14 Mizzou Basketball Notebook

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Texas Tech Toledo 3-12-78 L #79-86 2OT (Tigers lead, 15-8) (Series tied, 1-1) at Wichita, KS 12-5-55 W 92-60 12-2-75 W 88-85 OT * NCAA Western Playoffs # at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO NCAA Midwest Region 12-20-58 L 70-80 12-7-76 L 59-63 Utah State at Lubbock, TX at Toledo, OH (Series tied, 1-1) 3-18-76 W *86-75 12-23-67 L 81-87 at Louisville, KY Tulane at Logan, UT 2-25-97 L 73-84% (Tigers lead, 2-0) 12-2-68 W 97-87 at Columbia, MO 2-2-68 W 98-81 at Columbia, MO 1-28-98 L 60-80 at New Orleans, LA at Lubbock, TX 12-18-68 W 79-73 Valparaiso 2-3-99 W 88-63 at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 3-0) at Columbia, MO 12-13-77 W 91-75 2-15-00 W 86-76 Tulsa at Columbia, MO at Lubbock, TX (Tigers lead, 4-2) 11-24-00 W #77-61 3-9-00 W @80-47 12-20-18 W 52-12 at Anchorage, AK at Kansas City, MO at Columbia, MO 12-30-02 W 65-47 1-27-01 W 66-64 12-19-51 L 53-60 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO at Tulsa, OK * Great Alaska Shootout 2-20-02 L 68-91 1-23-60 W 84-74 Villanova Lubbock, TX at Columbia, MO 2-9-03 W 82-73 1-29-64 L 79-94 (Tigers lead, 2-0) 12-28-85 W *72-53 at Columbia, MO at Tulsa, OK at Honolulu, HI 3-3-04 L 87-76 1-2-88 W 92-48 12-6-11 W ^81-71 at Lubbock, TX at Columbia, MO 1-19-05 L 78-62 12-7-88 W 73-61 at New York City ^ Jimmy V Classic at Columbia, MO at Tulsa, OK * Rainbow Classic 2-4-06 L 73-55 UCLA at Lubbock, TX Virginia 1-27-07 W 71-58 (Bruins lead, 6-1) 12-21-56 L 54-77 (Cavaliers lead, 4-1) at Columbia, MO 2-20-83 L 53-68 1-23-08 L 92-84 at Los Angeles, CA E. Rutherford, NJ 12-15-62 L 55-72 at Lubbock, TX 2-9-86 L 62-64 at Los Angeles, CA 1-24-09 W 97-86 12-22-70 L 75-94 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1- 7-87 L 50-66 3-12-09 W @81-60 at Los Angeles, CA at Charlottesville, VA 12-18-75 L 71-83 Oklahoma City, OK 2-20-01 L 72-85 at Los Angeles, CA 1-13-10 W 94-89 OT at Charlottesville, VA 3-19-95 L *74-75 at Lubbock, TX 2-3-02 W 81-77 at Boise, ID 2-15-11 W 92-84 at Columbia, MO 3-21-02 W #82-73 at Columbia, MO at San Jose, Calif. Virginia Commonwealth 3-9-11 W @88-84 12-28-12 L 94-97 OT (Tigers lead, 2-0) at Kansas City, MO at Los Angeles, CA 12-9-71 W 73-66 1-28-12 W 63-50 # NCAA West Reg. Semifinal at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO * NCAA West Region 11-24-12 W *68-65 3-3-12 W 81-59 at Nassau, Bahamas at Lubbock, TX UNC-Greensboro * Battle 4 Atlantis % Game later forfeited by (Tigers lead, 1-0) Texas Tech due to 12-21-03 W 106-98 Virginia Tech ineligible players at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 2-0) * NCAA Midwest Region 12-16-87 W 105-96 Utah @ Big 12 Tournament at Columbia, MO (Utes lead, 2-0) at MU: MU leads, 8-2 1-16-89 W 104-99 3-24-44 L *35-45 at TTU: TTU leads, 6-3 at Blacksburg, VA at Kansas City, MO at Neutral: MU leads, 4-0 204

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Wake Forest West Virginia Wisconsin-Green Bay (Demon Deacons lead, 2-0) (Series tied, 1-1) (Tigers lead, 2-0) 2-9-97 L 65-73 3-19-92 W *89-78 1-4-84 W 88-59 at Columbia, MO at Greensboro, NC at Columbia, MO 1-25-98 L 65-74 3-21-10 L ^68-59 12-9-02 W 88-67 at Winston-Salem, NC at Buffalo, NU at Columbia, MO * NCAA East Region Washington ^ NCAA East Region Wofford (Huskies lead, 4-3) (Tigers lead, 1-0) 12-20-41 L 31-52 Wichita State 11-25-95 W 86-60 at Seattle, WA (Tigers lead, 3-0) at Columbia, MO 12-20-69 L *80-92 1-18-50 W 72-45 at Tempe, AZ at Columbia, MO Wyoming 3-13-76 W #69-67 1-16-51 W 61-42 (Tigers lead, 4-1) at Lawrence, KS at Columbia, MO 12-20-38 L 38-42 12-23-82 L 48-55 1-17-51 W 46-38 at Columbia, MO at Seattle, WA at Columbia, MO 1-6-39 W 41-35 12-7-83 L 49-54 at Laramie, WY William & Mary at Columbia, MO 12-20-52 W 64-58 (Tigers lead, 1-0) 1-2-94 W 85-71 at Laramie, WY 12-18-11 W 94-56 12-5-81 W *64-54 at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 1-2-95 W 71-61 at Columbia, MO at Seattle, WA 11-23-10 W 72-62 Winthrop * Sun Devil Classic at Playa del Carmen, Mexico (Eagles lead, 1-0) # NCAA Midwest Region * Show-Me Classic 1-4-00 L 46-51 at Columbia, MO Washington State Xavier (Series tied, 1-1) (Series tied, 2-2) Wisconsin 12-19-41 L 23-62 (Badgers lead, 7-4) 3-12-87 L *69-70 Seattle, WA Indianapolis, IN 12-22-30 L 9-37 12-30-85 W *70-63 at Madison, WI 11-20-88 W #83-71 Honolulu, HI 12-31-37 L 29-40 Columbia, MO * Rainbow Classic 11-24-01 W +72-60 at Madison, WI 12-30-44 L 37-52 at Indianapolis, IN Western Carolina 11-20-08 L ^71-75 at Milwaukee, WI (Tigers lead, 2-0) 12-9-48 L 42-58 at San Juan, PR 11-16-97 W 85-64 at Madison, WI + Wooden Tradition at Columbia, MO 12-20-49 W 50-48 ^Puerto Rico Tip-Off 11-21-99 W 85-68 at Columbia, MO * NCAA Midwest Region at Columbia, MO 12-12-53 L 53-64 # Preseason NIT at Madison, WI Western Illinois 12-13-54 W 67-56 Yale (Tigers lead, 3-0) (Tigers lead, 1-0) at Columbia, MO 12-9-85 W 91-64 12-15-58 L 60-68 12-30-52 W #57-55 at Columbia, MO at Kansas City, MO at Madison, WI 11-25-07 W 91-52 12-14-59 W 78-66 # Big Seven Tournament at Columbia, MO at Columbia, MO 11-18-10 W 66-61 3-19-94 W *109-96 Youngstown State at Columbia, MO (Tigers lead, 1-0) at Ogden, UT 11-12-99 L +55-66 12-21-81 W 97-60 at Columbia, MO at Syracuse, NY * NCAA West Region + NABC Classic

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With nearly 50 radio stations throughout Missouri and neighboring states, the Tiger Radio Network is one of the largest in the country. Returning for his 23rd season as voice of the Tigers is Mike Kelly. He began as Mizzou’s color commentator in 1990-91, and moved over to the play-by-play chair in 1991-92. He’s also the play-by-play voice of Missouri Football, and the host of Mizzou’s weekly statewide call-in show, Tiger Talk. A 1984 graduate of Southern Illinois-Carbondale, Kelly is entering his second year as a member of the insurance firm Huntleigh McGehee after serving at both the Insurance Group in Columbia and as Director of Broadcasting Operations for the Mizzou Department of Athletics. Prior to joining Mizzou, Kelly was a member of the KMOX Radio sports staff in St. Louis, where he worked since 1988. Kelly has also served as a play-by-play announcer for CBS Radio’s coverage of the NCAA Tournament, and called the action at the 2000 NFC Championship game between St. Louis and Tampa Bay. Gary Link, a Tiger basketball letterman from 1972-74, begins his 17th season as color commentator for Tiger Network broadcasts, and is in his eighth year as special assistant to the Director of Athletics. Link, a native of St. Louis where he was an All-State performer at Lindbergh High School in 1970, was Missouri’s secondleading scorer as a senior when he averaged 17.3 points per game. He starred as Norm Stewart’s sixth man earlier in his career. Link scored 745 points in 71 games as a Tiger (a 10.5 per-game average). The Tiger Network is a part of Mizzou Sports Properties, which also sponsors the Mizzou football and basketball game programs and highlight films, sells corporate sponsorship opportunities for Mizzou, and produces “Tiger Talk”. The Tiger Network is a division of Learfield Communications, one of the country’s largest syndicators of college sports. Learfield also owns and operates the Brownfield Network, the country’s largest agricultural network and provides statewide news throughout Missouri, Iowa and Wisconsin on the Missourinet, Radio Iowa and WRN.

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TIGER RADIO NETWORK AFFILIATES COLUMBIA/JEFFERSON CITY Columbia  KCMQ-FM  Columbia  KTGR-AM  Columbia  KTGR-FM Jefferson City  KWOS-AM  Mexico  KXEO-AM  Moberly  KWIX-AM  Montgomery City  KMCR-FM  Versailles KTKS-FM

96.7  1580  103.1 950  1340  1230  103.9  95.1

KANSAS CITY Bethany KAAN-FM 95.5 Bethany KAAN-FM 103.7 Chillicothe  KULH-FM  105.9  Clinton  KXEA-FM  104.9 Kansas City  KMBZ-AM 980 Kansas City KMBZ-FM 98.1 Kansas City  KUDL-HD3 93.1-3 Marshall  KMMO-AM  1300  Marshall  KMMO-FM  102.9  Saint Joseph KESJ-AM 1550 Sedalia KDRO-AM  1490  Trenton KTTN-FM 92.3 ST. LOUIS Farmington  KREI-AM  800  Festus  KJFF-AM  1400  St. Louis KTRS-AM 550 Sullivan KTUI-FM 102.1 Troy KYRO-AM  1280 Warrenton KFAV-FM 99.9 Washington KFAV-FM 105.1 PADUCAH/CAPE GIRARDEAU/HARRISBURG Cape Girardeau KJXX-AM 1170 Cape Girardeau KJXX-AM 92.3 Caruthersville KCRV-FM 105.1 East Prairie KYMO-FM 105.3 Kennett KMIS-AM 1050 STATE OF ARKANSAS Conway, AR KASR-FM 92.7 SPRINGFIELD Ava  KKOZ-AM  1430  Ava  KKOZ-FM  92.3  Houston KBTC-AM 1250 Monett  KRMO-AM  990  Piedmont KPWB-FM 104.9 Rolla KDAA-FM  103.1  Salem  KSMO-AM  1340  Springfield  KWTO-AM 560 West Plains KSPQ-FM 93.9 JOPLIN, MO./PITTSBURG, KAN. Joplin KZRG-AM 1310 Nevada  KNEM-AM  1240  Nevada  KNMO-FM  97.5  OTTUMWA/KIRKSVILLE Kirksville  KTUF-FM 

93.7 

QUINCY/HANNIBAL/KEOKUK Hannibal  KHMO-AM  1070  Louisiana KJFM-FM 102.1

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Mizzou Media Policies and Guidelines Missouri Media Relations The University of Missouri Media Relations Office would like to thank you for your coverage of Tiger Basketball. The 2013-14 basketball notebook is your source for Tiger history and records and please don’t hesitate to contact our office at any time should questions arise. Media Parking A limited number of parking passes are available to the media for the 2013-14 season. Parking will be issued by the Mizzou Media Relations office on a priority basis. Media members covering Mizzou Basketball regularly will receive priority consideration during the initial distribution of these passes. Media Parking is located in Lot G. Lot G is accessible via Champions Drive, which runs East-West between Memorial Stadium (Football) and Mizzou Arena. If traveling east on Champions Drive, Lot G will be located on the Memorial Stadium (North) side midway up the hill. Media Entrance at Mizzou Arena Media members are encouraged to enter Mizzou Arena through the northwest gate located just off of Champions Drive. The “Media Gate” is located adjacent to the media parking in Lot G. Media Credentials Media members wishing to cover Mizzou Basketball must request, in writing or via e-mail, credentials from David Reiter in Mizzou Media Relations. Please include company letterhead in your requests and no requests will be accepted over the phone. The fax number for requests to the Media Relations Office is 573-882-4720. Due to a limited number of media seats available at Mizzou Arena, credentials will be circulated on a priority basis. Please be specific in the type of media credential you are requesting (media seat or photography pass) and only working media will be allowed in the press area. Media outlets violating this policy will risk forfeiture of their credentials for the remainder of the season. Season passes for Tiger Basketball should be received by Nov. 1. Requests for single-game passes should be made one week prior to the contest. Courtside Photography Photography credentials will be issued to certified photographers of daily newspapers, major magazines and television stations in the viewing area of competing teams. Credentials will not be granted for free-lance photographers. Photographers will be allowed to shoot along the baselines of Mizzou Arena

and must stay within the designed area, behind the dotted line. Photographers MAY NOT shoot from along the sideline either in front of or behind the press/official tables and must stay clear of the free throw lanes. Camera mounted strobes are strictly prohibited at Mizzou Arena. Only ceiling mounted strobes may be used and other after receiving permission from Assistant Director of Athletics Roger Crumpton. The University requires photographers who install strobes in the ceiling to carry a $1 million liability insurance policy. Photography seating arrangements are designated on a first-come basis. Interviews Members of the media who wish to arrange interviews with Mizzou student-athletes, coaches or administrators must first contact the media relations office. Student-athlete and coach interviews should be scheduled with that sport’s respective media relations contact; administrator interview requests should go through Dave Reiter. All requests for interviews with Mizzou coaches, administrators and student-athletes should be made at least 24 hours in advance. No player interviews will be granted the day of an event or during practice without prior arrangement through our office. Missouri student-athletes are instructed NOT to participate in telephone interviews, unless they are arranged by the Media Relations Office. Ethernet / Wireless Members of the media wishing to place a telephone in Mizzou Arena should contact Verizon (1-800-4831000). Two outside lines are maintained to be used on a first-come, first-served basis, and users must pay all long-distance charges. Ethernet lines are available on a limited basis in the press working area of Mizzou Arena, for a charge of $50 per game or $300 for the season. Wireless Internet access is available free of charge for those interested. Please contact David Reiter in the Media Relations Office for arrangements. Reminder: Prospective Student-Athlete’s Visit As a reminder to members of the media covering all Mizzou athletic programs, according to NCAA bylaw 13.10.5 the institution shall not publicize a prospect’s visit or allow for interaction between the media and a prospective student-athlete during the visit. Please assist us in adhering to this expectation by not initiating contact with a visiting prospect or taking a photograph of the prospect to effectively publicize his/her visit. Violators of this rule will be subject to forfeiture of season credentials and media access.

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Mizzou Basketball Radio / Television Roster

#4 Corey Haith

#1 Wes Clark

#2 Tony Criswell

#3 Johnathan Williams III

Senior, Forward

Freshman, Forward

#5 Jordan Clarkson

#10 Deuce Bello

#11 Shane Rector Freshman, Guard

Freshman, Forward

#25 Zach Price

#31 Danny Feldmann Junior, Forward

#32 Jabari Brown

#33 Earnest Ross

#44 Ryan Rosburg

#45 Keanau Post

Freshman, Guard

Junior, Guard

Junior, Forward

Junior, Guard

#35 Stefan Jankovic #42 Hayden Barnard Sophomore, Forward Freshman, Forward 208

Junior, Guard

Sophomore, Forward

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Sophomore, Guard

#24 Torren Jones

Senior, Guard

Junior, Forward