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ABOUT IUP Official Name of School.........................................................Indiana University of Pennsylvania Founded .......................................................................................................................................... 1875 Enrollment ...................................................................................................................................15,379 Nickname ................................................................................................................... Crimson Hawks Colors ..................................................................................................................... Crimson and Gray President ........................................................................................................Dr. Michael A. Driscoll

ATHLETICS Mailing Address................................................................................................ Kovalchick Complex ..................................................................................711 Pratt Drive, Suite 204, Indiana, PA 15705 Athletic Director ..................................................................................................Dr. Frank Condino Associate Athletic Director ........................................................................................... Frances Nee Sports Medicine (Men’s Basketball Contact) ............................................................... Rob Baron Business Officer .........................................................................................................Lisa Bash-Ward Facilities Director ............................................................................................................Emily Briggs Athletic Department Phone ...................................................................... 724-357-HAWK (4295) Ticket Office Phone ......................................................................................................724-357-5222 Athletic Department Fax .............................................................................................724-357-2754 Athletics Website ......................................................................................... www.IUPathletics.com National Affiliation ...............................................................................................NCAA Division II Conference .............................................Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) West Arena (Capacity) .................................. Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex (4,000)

On the Cover (from left to right): Sr. G Scooter Renkin, Sr. G Anthony Wells

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director .......................................................................................Ryan Rebholz Office Phone...................................................................................................................724-357-2747 E-mail Address....................................................................................................... rrebholz@iup.edu Graduate Assistant ......................................................................................................... Tim Hipszer E-mail Address ...................................................................................................t.s.hipszer@iup.edu

TABLE OF CONTENTS

IUP MEN’S BASKETBALL COACHING STAFF Head Coach .................................................................................................................... Joe Lombardi IUP Record ................................................................................................................................. 123-59 Office Phone...................................................................................................................724-357-6287 Email .......................................................................................................................lombardi@iup.edu Assistant Coach .................................................................................................................... Chris Fite Email............................................................................................................................................ fite@iup.edu Assistant Coach .....................................................................................................................Kevin Funston Email............................................................ ............................................................................... kpf@iup.edu TEAM INFORMATION 2011-12 Record...............................................................................................................................23-6 2011-12 PSAC Record / West Finish.................................................................................19-3 / 1st 2011-12 Starters Returning / Lost ..............................................................................................3 / 2 All-Time Men’s Basketball Wins ............................................................................................... 1,293 PSAC Championships .........................................................................................................................8 NCAA Tournament Appearances ..................................................................................................11 NCAA Championship Appearances ................................................................................................1

IUP Champions ................................Inside Front Quick Facts ............................................................1 Season Preview .................................................2-3 Coaching Staff ...................................................4-7 Player Bios .......................................................8-17 2012-13 Roster ................................................... 18 Team Photo ........................................................ 19 2011-12 Season Review.............................. 20-22 PSAC Standings & Awards.............................. 23 Year-By-Year Records ................................. 25-26 All-Time Series Records ............................ 27-28 IUP Individual Leaders .................................... 29 Around Campus ................................................ 30 Kovalchick Complex ......................................... 31 Residential Revival ............................................ 32 IUP Athletics ......................................Inside Back 2012-13 Schedule ..............................Back Cover

CREDITS The 2012-13 IUP Men’s Basketball Media Guide was created by Sports Information Assistant Tim Hipszer, with assistance provided by Director Ryan Rebholz. Other informational assistance provided by IUP head coach Joe Lombardi and assistants Chris Fite and Kevin Funston. Written content also provided by Kelly Dumrauf. Information about the university was provided by the IUP communications department. The front cover was designed sports information student assistant Katlynn Resides. Photography credits go to Anthony Shingler and Keith Boyer of IUP Communications. Other photographs retrieved from the IUP sports information and communications department archives. This media guide was printed by the IUP campus Print Center.

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Head Coach Joe Lombardi leads the Crimson Hawks into his seventh season as the IUP men’s basketball head coach in 2012-13. With an impressive record of 123-59, Lombardi looks to improve upon an outstanding 2011-12 season. Under Lombardi, the Crimson Hawks have reached the postseason in each of the last five years. IUP suffered key losses in the form of guards Ashton Smith and Julian Sanders who averaged 18.2 and 17.3 points per game, respectively, but the Crimson Hawks welcome back guards Anthony Wells (pictured) and Josh Wiegand as well as forward Marcel Souberbielle. Wells and Souberbielle were both 2012 postseason award candidates. The Crimson Hawks will also get a boost with the return of 2010-11 letterwinner Scooter Renkin who was redshirted for the 2011-12 season. In addition to Wells, Wiegand, Souberbielle and Renkin are returning forwards Dan Ayebo, Chris Edwards and Devon Cottrell as well as returning guard Devante Chance. Junior Gonzaga transfer Mathis Keita leads the list of newcomers for the 2012-13 season also highlighted by Rhode Island transfer Blake Vedder, C. Benjamin Mickens, Anthony Rocco, Tyler Sabino and Cornell Yarde II. Last season, the Crimson Hawks posted an impressive 23-6 record with a 19-3 record in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) West, good enough for a first place division finish. The Crimson Hawks also finished out the season with a 10th national ranking. The only losses the Crimson Hawks suffered came at the hands of Bloomsburg, West Virginia Wesleyan, Mercyhurst, California, West Chester in the PSAC Tournament and Shaw in the NCAA Regional Tournament. Expectations for the 2012-13 season are high, as the Crimson Hawks were chosen to finish first in the preseason men’s basketball coaches’ poll. IUP has won the PSAC tournament championship twice in the last three seasons. Slippery Rock finished second in the poll and Gannon rounded out the top three.

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H EAD CO C O ACH AC H JO E LO M MB B AR ARDI DI SEVENTH SEASON Y O U N G S T O W N S T AT E ‘ 8 811 Joe Lombardi enters his seventh season as the head coach of the IUP men’s basketball program after leading the Crimson Hawks to a third consecutive PSAC regular season title and an appearance in the NCAA tournament for a fourth straight season in 2011-12. Under the guidance of Lombardi, IUP has compiled a record of 104-23 in the last four years, and the Crimson Hawks are just one of three teams in the country to finish ranked in the top 25 nationally in three consecutive seasons. A major contributor in the previous four seasons has been guard Ashton Smith, who was named to the NABC Division II All-American squad a season ago. Smith was also named the PSAC West Player of the Year after leading the Crimson Hawks in scoring at 18.2 points per game.

No. 1 early in the 1995-96 season. IUP is one of only two teams from the PSAC to play in the men’s basketball championship game and the first since Cheyney in 1978. For his team’s accomplishments, Lombardi was named the PSAC West Coach of the Year, the first for an IUP men’s basketball coach in 15 years, and was selected the Basketball Times Division II National Coach of the Year. In 2008-09 the Crimson Hawks finished 22-8, a nine-game improvement from the previous season, and returned to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2005, defeating perennial national power Virginia Union in the opening round. When Lombardi was hired at IUP in April 2006, he brought with him more than 20 years of coaching experience including 21 on the Division I level and the previous three as an assistant at Pitt under head coach Jamie Dixon.

In 2010-11, the Crimson Hawks claimed their second straight PSAC title and advanced to the Atlantic Region Championship after finishing the season with a 26-6 record. IUP was 12-2 in the PSAC West before tallying conference tournament wins over Cal, East Stroudsburg, and Slippery Rock in the championship game. 2009-10 was an historic season that ended with the Crimson Hawks coming within one win of the first NCAA national championship in any sport in school history. IUP won the Atlantic Region title by sweeping Fairmont State, West Virginia State and West Liberty at Memorial Field House to advance to the Elite Eight in Springfield, Mass., for the first time since 2002. The Crimson Hawks then defeated Valdosta State and St. Cloud State before losing to Cal Poly Pomona in the championship game that was televised nationally by CBS. IUP won a school-record 33 games against only three losses, set a PSAC record with 13 Western Division wins in 14 contests and won the conference tournament championship with victories over Gannon, East Stroudsburg and Kutztown to earn an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament. The Crimson Hawks were ranked No. 2 in the nation at the end of the season by the National Association of Basketball Coaches, the school’s highest national ranking since being

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Lombardi has strong western Pennsylvania and Indiana connections. He also boasts a wealth of East Coast ties that he has built over his successful career. He grew up in Sharon, PA, graduated from Kennedy Christian (now Kennedy Catholic) High School in 1977, and his wife, Janet, is a native of Indiana. Lombardi was an assistant coach at IUP from 1984-87 under head coach Tom Beck.

His first coaching stops were as a graduate assistant at Ohio University in 1981-82 and one year at his alma mater, Youngstown State, in 1982-83. Lombardi came to IUP in 1984 and helped the team turn a 12-15 record the previous year into a 17-10 slate in 1984-85. Lombardi was a four-year letterman at Youngstown State from 1977-81, serving as team captain in his junior and senior seasons. He graduated with honors with a degree in education from 1981 and then embarked on a coaching career that has brought him back to IUP.

Lombardi helped Pitt post a record of 76-22 from 2003-06. The Panthers advanced to the championship game of the 2004 and 2005 Big East tournaments and made a third consecutive trip to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA tournament at the end of the 2003-04 season, when Pitt set a school record by going 31-5 and won the Big East regular season title.

Lombardi has international coaching experience as a member of the 1992 Pan American National Team coaching staff which participated in the Olympic Qualifying Tournament of the Americas against the United States’ “Dream Team.”

Before arriving at Pitt, Lombardi gained a reputation for helping to build overachieving basketball programs. Lombardi served a two-year stint as an assistant at LaSalle from 2001-03 where he worked closely with former All-NBA Rookie selection Rasual Butler.

Joe and Janet Lombardi are the parents of Dom, a graduate assistant coach at the University of Kentucky, Dante and daughter Alyssa.

THE LOMBARDI FILE

Prior to LaSalle, Lombardi spent nine seasons at Saint Bonaventure where he was an assistant coach from 1992-96 and associate head coach from 1996-01. Lombardi helped the Bonnies go 21-10, reach the Atlantic 10 title game and play in the NCAA tournament in 2000.

Year 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 Totals

After leaving IUP in 1987, Lombardi coached at Saint Francis from 1987-92 and was the assistant head coach his final three seasons with the Red Flash. During his tenure, Saint Francis registered its best seasons in 20 years, including records of 17-10 in 1989-90 and 24-8 the next year when it won the Northeast Conference title and played in the NCAA tournament.

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Overall 23-6 26-6 33-3 22-8 13-15 6-21 123-59

PSAC West 19-3 12-2 13-1 10-4 5-7 3-9 62-26


CH C H RI R I S FI TE SIXTH SEASON R O C H E S T E R ‘‘92 92

Chris Fite enters his seventh season on the IUP coaching staff after helping guide the Crimson Hawks to a third consecutive PSAC regular season title and an appearance in the NCAA Regional Tournament for the fourth straight year in 2011-12.

the Most Outstanding Player of the 1990 Final Four as a sophomore when he led Rochester to the Division III title. Fite was also named to the Final Four all-tournament team in 1992 when the Yellow Jackets again reached the championship game. He was inducted into the Rochester Athletic Hall of Fame in 2005.

In 2009-10 Fite helped IUP post a school-record 33 wins against only three losses, PSAC and Atlantic Region titles, and a berth in the Division II national championship game for the first time in school history and the first time for a PSAC school in over 30 years.

After graduating in 1992 with a degree in integrated sciences, he embarked on his professional playing career in Europe. Over a span of seven years, Fite played for three teams in the British Basketball League, the top professional league in England. He was selected to the league’s all-star team four times while spending time with teams in Manchester, London and New Castle.

The former University of Rochester standout came to IUP in 2006-07 after wrapping up an 11-year professional career in Europe in 2003. After his playing career, Fite spent the 2005-06 season as an assistant coach at his alma mater of Rochester and the 2004-05 season on the staff at St. Vincent in his hometown of Latrobe, PA, where he helped the Bearcats reach the NAIA Division II Sweet 16.

From there he moved to the Bundesliga, Germany’s premier league, where he was named to the All-Bosman second team during his only year in the league. Fite spent his final three seasons in the top division of the Belgian National League.

Fite is Rochester’s all-time leading scorer (2,066) and shot blocker (179). A 6-foot-9 forward, he earned NABC All-America honors as a junior and senior and was named

After ending his playing career in 2003, Fite started an investment property business in Orlando, FL, with his wife Susan, whom he met while playing in England. He and Susan have continued their business and reside in Indiana.

KEV K E V I N FUNS F U N STO TO N SECOND SEASON P I T T S B U R G H ‘‘10 10

Kevin Funston enters his second season on the IUP coaching staff after helping lead the Crimson Hawks to a record of 23-6 and an appearance in the NCAA Atlantic Region Tournament in 2011-12.

head manager of the men’s basketball team for two seasons, helping the Panthers to the Big East Tournament title in 2008 and the 2009 NCAA Elite Eight. He helped with the operations in day-to-day office work, practices, travel and games as well as managing a staff of six assistant managers.

IUP advanced to the NCAA tournament for the fourth consecutive season a year ago, and Funston played a major role in the success of All-American guard Ashton Smith, who finished his career as the Crimson Hawks’ all-time assists leader with 456.

During the summer, he spent three years as the camp manager for the Jamie Dixon Basketball Camp, assisting the coaching staff with the daily schedule of the camp’s activities and the distribution of the awards at the conclusion of the camp.

Prior to IUP, Funston spent a season at Lycoming College, where he was involved in all aspects of the program, including recruiting, scouting, game management and video exchange.

He also spent four years involved in the Hoop Group Jam Fest while at Pittsburgh and the William “Speedy” Morris basketball camp for two years. He also helped teach fundamentals of the game to inner-city youth in Pittsburgh through the Triple Threat Basketball program as a junior.

With the Warriors in 2010-11, Funston helped the team to a 15-10 record that included wins over NCAA Tournament participants Johnson & Wales and Delaware Valley.

A native of Philadelphia, PA, Funston attended St. Joseph’s Prep where he was a four-year member of the varsity team. He earned a bachelor of arts in sociology from Pittsburgh in 2010.

Prior to Lycoming, Funston was at Pittsburgh where he served as the

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ANTH AN TH O NY NY W WEELLLS LS

S E N I O R | G U A R D | 6-1 6- 1 | 1180 80 CLEVELAND, OH | SHAKER HEIGHTS

2011-12: Wells started in all 29 games in his first year with the Crimson Hawks, leading the team in assists (100) and assists per game (3.4)… Had team-best 1.61 assist-to-turnover ratio… Was second on the team with 4.3 rebounds per game and fourth with 6.4 points per game… His 34 steals were third on the team… Reached doublefigures in scoring five times… Scored season-high 17 points against Mercyhurst, adding eight rebounds and seven assists, and went 3-5 from three-point range and 6-6 from the foul line… Scored 13 points with five rebounds and five assists against Lock Haven… Scored 12 points on 6-11 shooting with eight rebounds against Urbana… Averaged 9.0 points and 5.0 rebounds in three PSAC and NCAA tournament games… Had nine points, seven rebounds and three assists in PSAC tournament opening round game against California… Grabbed season-high 11 rebounds against Thiel… Had at least one assist in all 29 games… Dished out at least four assists 13 times, including seasonhigh of seven against Mansfield and Mercyhurst… Had three steals each against Lock Haven, at California and at Edinboro. 2010-11 (with Cleveland State): Played in eight games off the bench for the Vikings… Averaged 2.4 minutes per game and grabbed two rebounds. 2009-10 (with Cleveland State): Saw action in 25 games off the bench as a freshman… Averaged 1.4 points and 10.8 minutes per game… Originally slated to redshirt and had sat out the first seven games, but injuries to a pair of Viking guards necessitated that he be inserted into the playing rotation… Shot 50.0 percent (15-30) from the field… Had 25 rebounds and 16 assists… Scored three points with four assists and two rebounds in 17 minutes vs. Wilberforce… Scored six points, on 3-3 shooting, with a rebound and a steal at Detroit.

WELLS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year *09-10 *10-11 11-12 Totals

GP-GS 25-0 8-0 29-29 62-29

M/G 10.8 2.4 29.9 18.6

FG% .500 .000 .344 .365

3PT% .333 .--.333 .333

FT% .500 .--.760 .732

R/G 1.0 0.3 4.3 2.4

A/G 0.6 0.0 3.4 1.9

STL 5 0 34 39

BLK P/G 1 1.4 0 0.0 2 6.4 3 3.5

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S CO SC O O TE TER R RENKI RENKIN

R E D S H I R T -S - S E N I O R | G U A R D | 6-4 6- 4 | 2 20 00 M I D L O T H I A N , VA | B L U E R I D G E

2011-12: Redshirted. 2010-11: Renkin saw action in all 32 games for the Crimson Hawks, starting five… Averaged 20.8 minutes, 5.6 points, 3.1 rebounds, 2.3 assists per game… Shot 50.0 percent (58-116) from the field… Shot 41.3 percent (19-46) from three-point range… Shot 73.8 percent (45-61) from the foul line… Finished third on the team with 73 assists… Had 1.33 assist-to-turnover ratio… Had 29 steals… Renkin reached double-figures in scoring seven times… Had season-high 14 points on 6-6 shooting in 23 minutes off the bench against Bowie State in NCAA tournament… Scored 13 points against Urbana, going 3-4 from three-point range… Scored 13 points, grabbed nine rebounds and had three steals in spot start at Slippery Rock… Scored 12 points with five assists and four steals against California… Scored 12 points, going 4-5 from three-point range, with six rebounds and seven assists in 23 minutes against California in PSAC tournament… Scored 12 points and grabbed four rebounds against West Liberty in NCAA tournament. 2009-10: Played in 34 games as a reserve in his first season with the Crimson Hawks… Averaged 13.4 minutes, 2.4 points, 1.9 assists and 1.5 rebounds per game… Finished fourth on team with 63 assists… Had 1.75 assist-to-turnover ratio… Shot 40.0 percent (28-70) from the field, 30.6 percent (11-36) from three-point range, and 75.0 percent (15-20) from the foul line… Scored season-high nine points against Thiel and Wheeling Jesuit… Had season-high five rebounds at AldersonBroaddus… Scored four points and had season-high seven assists at Shippensburg… Scored six points and had three rebounds and two assists at Holy Family… Scored eight points with three rebounds at Gannon… Scored seven points against Lock Haven… Scored five points and had four rebounds against Kutztown in PSAC tournament. 2008-09 (at James Madison): Played in 16 games off the bench as a freshman… Averaged 3.9 minutes per game… Shot 3-13 from the field and 6-6 from the foul line… Had 11 rebounds, six assists and four steals… Had season-high 14 minutes with two points and three rebounds at Old Dominion… Had two points and two rebounds at UNC Wilmington… Grabbed three rebounds against Gardner-Webb. RENKIN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year *08-09 09-10 10-11 Totals

GP-GS 16-0 34-0 32-5 82-5

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M/G 3.9 13.4 20.8 14.4

FG% .231 .400 .500 .447

3PT% .000 .306 .413 .341

FT% 1.000 .750 .738 .759

R/G 0.7 1.5 3.1 1.9

A/G 0.4 1.9 2.3 1.7

STL 4 10 29 43

BLK P/G 0 0.8 2 2.4 9 5.6 11 3.3


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CH C H RI R I S EDWARDS E D WAR D S

S E N I O R | F O R W A R D | 6-6 6- 6 | 2 210 10 P H I L A D E L P H I A | N O R T H C AT H O L I C

2011-12: Edwards saw action in 10 games as a junior for the Crimson Hawks… Played season-high 10 minutes at Shippensburg… Grabbed season-high two rebounds against Thiel, at Cheyney and against Millersville. 2010-11: Saw action in 11 games for IUP… Scored season-high four points at Lock Haven and against Lock Haven, with the games two days apart… Also had season-high three rebounds at Lock Haven… Had three points and two rebounds against Urbana… Scored three points and grabbed a rebound against Gannon. 2009-10: Played in 15 games as a freshman for the Crimson Hawks... Averaged 7.1 minutes per game off of the bench… Shot 76.9 percent (10-13) from the foul line… Averaged 2.4 points and 2.0 rebounds per game… Had season-high eight points to go along with four rebounds against Penn State Beaver… Scored five points and grabbed three rebounds in first career game against Thiel… Edwards had season-high seven rebounds at Holy Family… Had two points and four rebounds against Felician… Scored seven points and had two rebounds against Edinboro… Had five points against Lock Haven.

EDWARDS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year 09-10 10-11 11-12 Totals

GP-GS 15-0 11-0 10-0 36-0

M/G 7.1 3.4 5.0 5.4

FG% .343 .158 .000 .231

3PT% .182 .200 .000 .138

FT% .769 .750 .--.762

R/G 2.0 0.8 0.9 1.3

A/G 0.1 0.1 0.0 0.1

STL 3 1 0 4

BLK P/G 1 2.4 0 1.3 0 0.0 1 1.4

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DAN D AN AY EB EBO

S E N I O R | F O R W A R D /C E N T E R | 6-8 6- 8 | 2 220 20 INDIANA | INDIANA

2011-12: Ayebo saw action in all 29 games for the Crimson Hawks… Averaged 4.3 points and 3.9 rebounds per game… Had a 60.3 field goal percentage (38-63) and a 73.8 free throw percentage (48-65)… Reached double-figures in scoring twice, including season-high 12 points in 22 minutes at Cheyney… Went 10-10 from the foul line against the Wolves… Scored 11 points, going 7-8 from the foul line in 20 minutes at Gannon… Scored nine points and had six rebounds in 17 minutes against Seton Hill… Had at least five rebounds in a game 14 times… Grabbed seasonhigh nine rebounds to go along with nine points at Kutztown… Performance was a part of a four-game run where he averaged 7.0 rebounds… Grabbed eight rebounds in 18 minutes against Mansfield. 2010-11: Played in 27 games off the bench for the Crimson Hawks… Averaged 10.5 minutes per game… Shot 59.1 percent (13-22) from the floor… Averaged 1.3 points and 2.0 rebounds per game… Had season-high six points at Seton Hill… Scored four points and added three rebounds against Slippery Rock… Had four points and seasonhigh five rebounds at California… Also had five rebounds against Lock Haven… Grabbed four rebounds against East Stroudsburg in PSAC semifinals. 2009-10: Saw action in 14 games as a freshman… Averaged 3.2 minutes per game… Scored season-high three points against Penn State Beaver… Grabbed season-high three rebounds at Mercyhurst… Had a point and two rebounds against Edinboro.

AYEBO’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 09-10 10-11 11-12 Totals

GP-GS 14-0 27-0 29-0 70-0

M/G 3.2 10.5 18.0 12.1

FG% .500 .591 .603 .597

3PT% .--.--.--.---

FT% .500 .692 .738 .714

R/G 0.6 2.0 3.9 2.5

A/G 0.0 0.3 0.5 0.3

STL 0 5 14 19

BLK P/G 0 0.4 6 1.3 2 4.3 8 2.3

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JO SH S H WI W I EEG G AN AND D

S E N I O R | C E N T E R | 6-9 6- 9 | 245 WHITEFORD, M MD D | JOHN CARROLL

2011-12: Wiegand played in all 29 games, starting in 28 in his first season at IUP… Led the team with 127 rebounds and 4.4 rebounds per game… Led the team with 16 blocks… Fifth on the team in scoring with 5.3 points per game… Shot 56.5 percent (70-124) from the floor… Reached double-figures in scoring three times, including season-high 13 points on 5-5 shooting at Shippensburg… Had six points, seven rebounds and three blocks in season-opener against Seton Hill… Had season-high 12 rebounds, including seven offensive, with eight points against Bloomsburg… Shot 4-6 from the floor in 24 minutes against the Huskies… Scored 12 points and grabbed seven rebounds in 15 minutes against Thiel… Wiegand had 12 points on 6-8 shooting in 18 minutes against Mansfield… Scored nine points and grabbed eight rebounds against Millersville… Had eight points and nine rebounds in 23 minutes at Slippery Rock… Had seven points and seven rebounds in 16 minutes off the bench against Gannon... Blocked three shots against California… Had at least five rebounds in a game 11 times. 2010-11 (with Loyola Maryland): Saw action in 25 games, starting one for the Greyhounds… Averaged 7.2 minutes, 0.8 points and 1.1 rebounds per game… Shot 45.0 percent (9-20) from the floor… Had six blocks and four assists… Earned a scholarship after two years in the program as a walk-on. 2009-10 (with Loyola Maryland): Redshirted. 2008-09 (with Loyola Maryland): Played in 14 games as a true freshman, starting five… Averaged 4.9 minutes, 1.1 points and 1.1 rebounds per game… Scored two points and grabbed three rebounds in first career game at Boston College… Scored seasonhigh six points with five rebounds in 13 minutes against Niagara… Earned first career start against Coppin State, playing in season-high 15 minutes with two points, four rebounds and a block. WIEGAND’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 08-09 10-11 11-12 Totals

GP-GS 14-5 25-1 29-28 68-34

M/G 4.9 7.2 17.3 11.0

FG% .750 .450 .545 .572

3PT% .--.333 .--.333

FT% .667 .333 .583 .556

R/G 1.1 1.1 4.4 2.5

A/G 0.1 0.2 0.2 0.2

STL 2 1 11 15

BLK P/G 4 1.1 6 0.8 16 5.3 26 2.8

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MARCEL M AR C E L S SO O UB U B ERB E R B I EL E LLL E

J U N I O R | F O R W A R D | 6-8 6- 8 | 2 210 10 M O N T E V I D E O , U R U G U AY | U R U G U AYA N A M E R I C A N S C H O O L

2011-12: Souberbielle started and played in 28 of the Crimson Hawks 29 games as a sophomore… Finished third on the team with 7.3 points per game… Finished fourth on team with 32 steals… Shot 43.0 percent (74-172) from the field and 71.8 percent (51-71) from the foul line… Fourth on team with 24.3 minutes per game… Reached double-figures in scoring seven times, including six times in his last 11 games… He scored a season-high 15 points in 27 minutes in the PSAC quarterfinal win over California… Shot 5-9 from the field, including 2-3 from three-point range with four steals against the Vulcans… Scored 14 points at Gannon and at Edinboro, shooting a combined 10-16 from the field in those games… Souberbielle had 10 points and eight rebounds in regular season finale against Gannon… Scored seven points and grabbed season-high 13 in opener against Seton Hill. SOUBERBIELLE’S CAREER STATISTICS

2010-11: Played in 30 of the Crimson Hawks 32 Year GP-GS M/G FG% 3PT% FT% R/G A/G STL BLK P/G games as a freshman… Averaged 17.6 minutes 10-11 30-0 17.6 .430 .326 .583 4.0 0.9 15 7 5.1 off the bench… Scored 5.1 points and grabbed 11-12 28-28 24.3 .430 .161 .718 3.9 0.8 32 4 7.3 4.0 rebounds per game… Shot 43.0 percent (55128) from the floor… Reached double-figures Totals 58-28 20.8 .430 .259 .664 3.9 0.8 47 11 6.2 in scoring four times… Scored season-high 21 points and grabbed nine rebounds in 31 minutes off the bench at Holy Family… Also grabbed nine rebounds and went 7-8 from the field, including 3-3 from threepoint range, and 4-6 from the foul line… Had first career double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds in 21 minutes against Lock Haven… Had 10 points and five rebounds in NCAA tournament second round game against Bowie State.

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DEVANTE D E VAN TE CH C H ANCE AN C E

SOPHOMORE | GUARD | 5 5--110 0 | 1165 65 PHILADELPHIA | ELECTRICAL & TECHNICAL CHARTER

2011-12: Chance saw action in all 29 games for the Crimson Hawks as a freshman, starting one… Led team with 43 steals… Finished third on team with 68 assists and 2.3 assists per game… Chance averaged 4.6 points and 2.1 rebounds per game… Shot 40.9 percent (47-115) from the floor and 70.5 percent (31-44) from the foul line… Reached double-figures in scoring five times… Scored season-high 12 points at East Stroudsburg and against Millersville… Scored 11 points on 4-5 shooting with three assists and three steals against Thiel… Scored 10 points with seven assists and four rebounds at Shippensburg… His seven assists against the Raiders were a season-high… Had eight points, six assists and four steals against Urbana… Posted three steals in each CHANCE’S CAREER STATISTICS of his first three games and 15 in his first six games… Had season-high five steals at Gannon… Started his career by making his first Year GP-GS M/G FG% 3PT% FT% R/G A/G STL BLK P/G 11-12 29-1 20.7 .409 .206 .705 2.1 2.3 43 1 4.6 11 straight free throws. 14


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DEV D E VO O N CO C O TTREL TTR E LLL

R E D S H I R T -F - F R E S H M A N | F O R W A R D | 6-7 6- 7 | 220 22 0 P I T T S B U R G H | G AT E W AY

General: Will add depth and compete for a starting post position for the Crimson Hawks. 2011-12: Redshirted.

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ANTH AN TH O NY N Y RO R O CCO CCO

R E D S H I R T -F - F R E S H M A N | G U A R D | 6-0 6- 0 | 1165 65 NORTHERN CAMBRIA | NORTHERN CAMBRIA

General: Will compete for playing time as a redshirt freshman. 2011-12: Redshirted.

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MAT M ATH HIS K KEI E I TA

J U N I O R | G U A R D | 6-5 6- 5 | 2 05 05 THIONVILLE, FRANCE | INSEP

2011-12 (at Gonzaga): Keita saw action in 16 games off the bench for the Bulldogs… Averaged 4.2 minutes per game… Had 15 points, nine rebounds and six assists… Added five steals and two blocks… Scored season-high eight points on 3-3 shooting with four rebounds and three assists in 14 minutes against Longwood… Played 14 minutes at Loyola Marymount… Grabbed three rebounds in 10 minutes against Portland. 2010-11 (at Gonzaga): Saw action in 23 games, starting four as a freshman… Averaged 9.4 minutes and 2.7 points per game… Grabbed 28 rebounds, averaging 1.2 per game… Had 15 assists and 11 steals… Shot 57.5 percent (23-40) from the field… Made 3-10 from threepoint range and 12-19 from the foul line.

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KEITA’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 10-11 11-12 Totals

GP-GS 23-4 16-0 39-4

M/G 9.4 4.2 7.2

FG% .575 .375 .518

3PT% .300 .200 .250

FT% .632 .286 .538

R/G 1.2 0.6 0.9

A/G 0.7 0.4 0.5

STL 11 5 16

BLK P/G 0 2.7 2 0.9 2 1.9

B L AK AKEE V VEEDDER DDER

J U N I O R | C E N T E R | 77--3 3|2 23 35 5 CHESTERLAND, OH | WEST GEAUGA

2011-12 (at Rhode Island): Vedder played in 11 games as a reserve… Averaged 4.3 minutes per game… Had eight points, nine rebounds and two blocks… Shot 3-10 from the field and 1-2 from three-point range… Had seasonhighs with 15 minutes, five points and two rebounds at St. Bonaventure… Grabbed three rebounds in eight minutes at Georgia State. 2010-11 (at Rhode Island): Played in five games off the bench as a freshman… Averaged 2.2 minutes per game… scored two points on a pair of free throws at Fordham… Made collegiate debut against Miami (Ohio)… Saw six minutes of action against Brown.

VEDDER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 10-11 11-12 Totals

GP-GS 5-0 11-0 16-0

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M/G 2.2 4.3 3.6

FG% .333 .300 .307

3PT% .--.500 .500

FT% 1.000 .500 .750

R/G 0.2 0.8 0.6

A/G 0.0 0.0 0.0

STL 0 1 1

BLK P/G 0 0.8 2 0.7 2 0.8


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C.. B ENJ C E N JAM AMII N MI CKENS CKENS F R E S H M A N | G U A R D | 6-5 6- 5 | 2 00 00 PITTSBURGH | PITTSBURGH ALLDERDICE

General: Plans to redshirt in 2012-13.

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T Y LE L ER RS SAB AB I N NO O

F R E S H M A N | G U A R D /F O R W A R D | 6-6 6- 6 | 220 EAST STROUDSBURG | ST. ANDREWS

General: Looks to add depth at both guard and forward in 2012-13.

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CO C OR RNEL N E LLL YARDE YAR D E I I

F R E S H M A N | G U A R D | 6-4 6- 4 | 1180 80 LEESPORT | SCHUYLKILL VALLEY

General: Plans to redshirt in 2012-13

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NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 1 3 4 5 10 11 21 22 24 32 35 42 43 44

Name Cornell Yarde II Anthony Wells Devante Chance Chris Edwards Marcel Souberbielle Blake Vedder Devon Cottrell Mathis Keita C. Benjamin Mickens Scooter Renkin Anthony Rocco Dan Ayebo Tyler Sabino Josh Wiegand

Cl. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. R-Fr. Jr. Fr. R-Sr. R-Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr.

Pos. G G G F F C F G G G G F/C G/F C

Ht. 6-4 6-1 5-10 6-6 6-8 7-3 6-7 6-5 6-5 6-4 6-0 6-8 6-6 6-9

Wt. 180 180 165 210 210 235 220 205 200 200 165 220 220 245

Hometown / High School (Previous School) Leesport / Schuylkill Valley Cleveland, OH / Shaker Heights (Cleveland State) Philadelphia / Electrical & Technology Charter Philadelphia / North Catholic Montevideo, Uruguay / Uruguayan American School Chesterland, OH / West Geauga (Rhode Island) Pittsburgh / Gateway Thionville, France / Insep (Gonzaga) Pittsburgh / Pittsburgh Allderdice Midlothian, VA / Blue Ridge (James Madison) Northern Cambria / Northern Cambria Indiana / Indiana East Stroudsburg / St. Andrews Whiteford, MD / John Carroll (Loyola)

Pos. F/C G G F F G G G G/F F C G C G

Ht. 6-8 6-5 5-10 6-7 6-6 6-5 6-4 6-0 6-6 6-8 7-3 6-1 6-9 6-4

Wt. 220 200 165 220 210 205 200 165 220 210 235 180 245 180

Hometown / High School (Previous School) Indiana / Indiana Pittsburgh / Pittsburgh Allderdice Philadelphia / Electrical & Technology Charter Pittsburgh / Gateway Philadelphia / North Catholic Thionville, France / Insep (Gonzaga) Midlothian, VA / Blue Ridge (James Madison) Northern Cambria / Northern Cambria East Stroudsburg / St. Andrews Montevideo, Uruguay / Uruguayan American School Chesterland, OH / West Geauga (Rhode Island) Cleveland, OH / Shaker Heights (Cleveland State) Whiteford, MD / John Carroll (Loyola) Leesport / Schuylkill Valley

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 42 24 4 21 5 22 32 35 43 10 11 3 44 1

Name Dan Ayebo C. Benjamin Mickens Devante Chance Devon Cottrell Chris Edwards Mathis Keita Scooter Renkin Anthony Rocco Tyler Sabino Marcel Souberbielle Blake Vedder Anthony Wells Josh Wiegand Cornell Yarde II

Cl. Sr. Fr. So. R-Fr. Sr. Jr. R-Sr. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr.

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 1 4 10 21 22 32 43 44

Cornell Yarde II Devante Chance Marcel Souberbielle Devon Cottrell Mathis Keita Dan Ayebo Tyler Sabino Josh Wiegand

Core-Nell Yard Duh-vaughn-TAY Mar-Sell SOO-BER-bee-ell Duh-vaughn Ma-TEECE Kay-tuh Eye-ay-bo Sa-BEENO Wig-and

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Back Row:

Front Row:

C. Benjamin Mickens, Devante Chance, Mathis Keita, Josh Wiegand, Scooter Renkin, Head Coach Joe Lombardi, Anthony Wells, Chris Edwards Dan Ayebo, Anthony Rocco, Cornell Yarde II Asmera Gaskins, Kevin Funston, Rob Baron, Chris Fite, Tyler Sabino, Marcel Souberbielle, Blake Vedder, Devon Cottrell, Matt Howerton Demar Morine, Farrad McGlaughlin, Travis Debona

2012-13 CRIMSON HAWKS


2011-12 SCHEDULE/INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Date

Opponent

Results

Points

Rebounds

11/12

Seton Hill

W 62-54

Sanders (15)

Souberbielle (13)

Smith (4)

11/14

Thiel

W 84-59

Sanders (17)

Wells (11)

Smith (7)

11/19

Cheyney*

W 89-80

Sanders (33)

Sanders (6)

Chance (5)

11/20

Shippensburg*

W 80-64

Sanders (21)

Smith (5)

Chance (7)

12/3

Bloomsburg*

L 64-66

Smith (25)

Wiegand (12)

Wells (2)

12/4

MansďŹ eld*

W 76-51

Sanders (21)

Ayebo (8)

Wells (7)

12/9

East Stroudsburg*

W 65-64

Smith (22)

Souberbielle (8)

Smith (3)

12/10

Kutztown*

W 78-72

Smith (33)

Ayebo (9)

Sanders (4)

12/18

West Virginia Wesleyan

L 57-64

Smith (23)

Ayebo (6)

Smith (3)

12/19

Urbana

W 65-49

Smith (20)

Wells (8)

Chance(6)

1/6

West Chester*

W 71-66

Sanders (32)

Souberbielle (6)

Smith (3)

1/7

Millersville*

W 81-56

Sanders (16)

Smith (10)

Smith (7)

1/11

California*

W 68-58

Smith (24)

Sanders (8)

Wells (4)

1/14

Clarion*

W 70-65

Sanders (23)

Wells (8)

Wells (5)

1/18

Edinboro*

W 59-51

Sanders (20)

Wells (9)

Smith (4)

1/21

Mercyhurst*

L 47-71

Smith (18)

Wiegand (7)

Wells (2)

1/25

Lock Haven*

W 82-44

Sanders (17)

Souberbielle (6)

Wells (5)

1/28

Slippery Rock*

W 63-62

Smith (24)

Wiegand (9)

Smith (3)

2/1

Gannon*

W 59-48

Smith(17)

Ayebo (5)

Wells (4)

2/4

Clarion*

W 68-65

Sanders (18)

Ayebo (5)

Smith (6)

2/8

California*

L 54-65

Sanders (23)

Wells (6)

Wells (6)

2/11

Mercyhurst*

W 67-49

Smith (20)

Wells (8)

Wells (7)

2/15

Edinboro*

W 80-72

Smith (25)

Ayebo (6)

Wells (5)

2/18

Slippery Rock*

W 66-63

Smith (23)

Ayebo (5)

Smith (8)

2/22

Lock Haven*

W 61-53

Smith (21)

Ayebo (6)

Chance (2)

2/25

Gannon*

W 65-50

Sanders (18)

Souberbielle (8)

Smith (5)

2/28

California ^

W 74-70

Sanders (27)

Wells (7)

Smith (9)

3/2

West Chester ^

L 51-54

Smith (16)

Sanders (10)

3/10

Shaw #

L 54-62

Sanders (17)

Wells (4)

* PSAC Game ^ PSAC Tournament # NCAA Regional Tournament

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Assists

Sanders (1) Smith (2)


2011-12 SEASON STATISTICS No.

Name

GP-GS

Min

FG%

3PT%

FT%

R/G

A/G

STL

BLK

30

Ashton Smith

29-29

35.2

.426

.381

.710

4.1

3.3

37

0

18.2

13

Julian Sanders

29-28

32.5

.463

.422

.813

4.2

1.1

20

10

17.3

10

Marcel Souberbielle

28-28

24.3

.430

.161

.718

3.9

0.8

32

4

7.3

03

Anthony Wells

29-29

29.9

.344

.333

.760

4.3

3.4

34

2

6.4

44

Josh Wiegand

29-28

17.3

.565

.000

.583

4.4

0.2

11

16

5.3

04

Devante Chance

29-1

20.7

.409

.206

.705

2.1

2.3

43

1

4.6

42

Danny Ayebo

29-0

18.0

.603

.000

.738

3.9

0.5

14

2

4.3

22

Kevin Jones

27-1

15.0

.632

1.000

.475

3.1

0.3

15

12

3.9

11

Ethan Robinson

18-1

10.6

.600

.000

.143

1.6

0.2

0

0

1.1

24

Terrell Rickard

8-0

3.0

.286

.000

.000

0.5

0.0

0

0

0.5

21

Chris Edwards

10-0

5.0

.000

.000

.000

0.9

0.0

0

0

0.0

Team

29-0

0.0

.000

.000

.000

2.6

0.0

0

0

0.0

Total

29

.450

.358

.707

33.7

12.1

206

47

67.6

Opponents

29

.406

.309

.686

31.7

10.8

169

64

60.2

Team Statistics IUP SCORING 1960 Points per game 67.6 Scoring margin +7.3 FIELD GOALS-ATT 694-1543 Field goal pct. .450 3-POINT FG-ATT 167-467 3-point FG pct. .358 3-point FG made per game 5.8 FREE THROWS-ATT 405-573 Free throw percentage .707 Free throws made/game 14.0 REBOUNDS 978 Rebounds per game 33.7 Rebounding margin +2.0 ASSISTS 352 Assists per game 12.1 TURNOVERS 371 Turnovers per game 12.8 Turnover margin +1.5 Assist/turnover ratio 0.9 STEALS 206 Steals per game 7.1 BLOCKS 47 Blocks per game 1.6 ATTENDANCE 22952 Home games-Avg/Game 16-1434 Neutral site-Avg/Game -

Opp. 1747 60.2 630-1550 .406 151-488 .309 5.2 336-490 .686 11.6 920 31.7 312 10.8 415 14.3 0.8 169 5.8 64 2.2 7753 12-600 1-550

PTS/G

Score By Periods:

1st

2nd

Total

Crimson Hawks

987

973

1960

Opponents

751

996

1747

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2011-12 PSAC STANDINGS # 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Western Division School PSAC IUP (1) 19-3 Mercyhurst (2) 15-7 Slippery Rock (3) 14-8 California (Pa.) (4) 14-8 Gannon 12-10 Edinboro 11-11 Clarion 11-11 Lock Haven 0-22

Overall 23-6 18-10 17-10 17-12 14-12 13-13 15-13 0-25

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

Eastern Division School PSAC Kutztown (1) 15-7 Bloomsburg (2) 15-7 West Chester (3) 14-8 East Stroudsburg (4) 13-9 Millersville 7-15 Shippensburg 7-15 Mansfield 6-16 Cheyney 3-19

Overall 18-9 19-9 19-10 20-12 9-17 10-18 9-17 4-22

HEAD COACH JOE LOMBARDI • PSAC West Coach of the Year • Record of 23-6, 19-3 PSAC • 4th Straight 20-Win Season • 2-Time West Coach of the Year • 4 Consecutive NCAA Tournament Appearances

SR. G ASHTON SMITH • PSAC West Athlete of the Year • NABC Division II All-American • First Team All-Atlantic Region

PSAC Quarterfinals Mercyhurst 77 East Stroudsburg 99 IUP 74 West Chester 83

Slippery Rock Kutztown California Bloomsburg

69 91 70 70

PSAC Semifinals East Stroudsburg 66 West Chester 54

Mercyhurst IUP

58 51

PSAC Championship East Stroudsburg 90

West Chester

85

• IUP All-time Assists Leader • 4th in on IUP all-time scoring List • IUP Record for most games played

SR. G JULIAN SANDERS • PSAC West First Team Selection • NABC All-District First Team • Led PSAC with 3.1 3’s per game • 3rd in on IUP all-time scoring List • IUP Record for most 3’s with 333 • PSAC West Freshman of the Year in 2008-09

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CRIMSON HAWKS YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS YEAR 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39

COACH George Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Totals *

RECORD 4-9 8-5 8-9 5-10 3-10 9-6 11-4 10-4 11-4 7-8 10-8 7-11 93-88

PCT. .308 .615 .471 .333 .231 .600 .733 .714 .733 .467 .556 .389 .514

1939-40 1940-41 1941-42

Bob Timmons Timmons Timmons Timmons Totals *

9-8 10-8 14-4 33-20

.529 .556 .778 .623

1942-43

Miller Miller Totals *

5-4 98-92

.556 .516

1943-44 1944-45

No Team (World War II) No Team (World War II)

1945-46 1946-47

Timmons Timmons Timmons Totals *

6-8 13-4 52-32

.429 .765 .619

1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63

Peck McKnight McKnight McKnight McKnight McKnight McKnight McKnight McKnight McKnight McKnight McKnight McKnight McKnight McKnight McKnight McKnight McKnight Totals

10-7 7-9 6-10 12-5 9-12 5-15 13-6 15-5 16-7 15-6 25-3 15-5 14-7 17-5 12-9 10-11 201-122

.625 .438 .375 .706 .429 .250 .684 .750 .696 .714 .893 .750 .667 .773 .571 .476 .622

1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70

Herm Sledzik Sledzik Sledzik Sledzik Sledzik Sledzik Sledzik Sledzik Totals *

12-8 10-10 9-11 11-12 18-6 22-2 21-4 103-53

.600 .500 .450 .478 .750 .917 .840 .660

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PSAC

NOTES

PSAC Champions


CRIMSON HAWKS YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS YEAR 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83

COACH Carl Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Totals

RECORD 24-4 15-9 13-10 21-8 17-6 20-5 7-16 14-11 11-12 14-9 17-11 17-8 9-15 199-124

PCT. .857 .625 .565 .724 .739 .800 .304 .560 .478 .608 .607 .680 .375 .616

PSAC

NOTES

3-7 8-2 7-3 7-3 4-6 5-5 6-4 5-5 8-2 8-2 4-6 65-45

1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88

Tom Beck Beck Beck Beck Beck Beck Totals

12-15 17-10 15-13 13-14 9-18 66-70

.444 .630 .536 .481 .333 .485

5-5 7-3 6-4 6-4 3-9 27-25

1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96

Kurt Kanaskie Kanaskie Kanaskie Kanaskie Kanaskie Kanaskie Kanaskie Kanaskie Kanaskie Totals

10-17 14-13 15-12 15-12 18-9 27-3 29-2 24-7 152-75

.370 .519 .556 .556 .667 .900 .935 .774 .670

1-11 4-8 3-9 6-6 8-4 11-1 11-1 9-3 53-43

1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06

Gary Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Edwards Totals

15-12 19-9 22-5 25-8 17-10 28-5 16-11 21-10 24-9 19-9 206-88

.556 .679 .815 .758 .630 .848 .593 .677 .727 .679 .701

7-5 7-5 10-2 8-4 PSAC and East Region Champions 8-4 9-3 PSAC, East Region Champs, NCAA Final Four 5-7 7-5 PSAC Champions, East Region Quarterfinals 8-4 East Region Semifinals 7-5 76-44

2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Joe Lombardi Lombardi Lombardi Lombardi Lombardi Lombardi Lombardi Totals

6-21 13-15 22-8 33-3 26-6 23-6 123-59

.222 .464 .733 .917 .813 .793 .676

3-9 5-7 10-4 13-1 12-2 19-3 62-26

PSAC and NAIA District Champions

East Region Champions PSAC, East Region Champs, NCAA Final Four East Region Semifinals

East Region Semifinals PSAC, Atlantic Region Champs, NCAA Finals PSAC Champions, Atlantic Region Finals Atlantic Region Quarterfinals

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ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS OPPONENT Akron Alderson-Broaddus Alliance Azusa Pacific

WINS 0 3 42 1

LOSSES 1 2 10 0

Baptist Bible Barry Belmont Abbey Bloomsburg Bluefield State Bowie State Bryant Buffalo Buffalo State

2 0 1 26 4 5 1 1 3

0 1 0 25 0 2 0 1 1

Caldwell California Cal Poly Pomona Cal Riverside Cal State Bakersfield Calvin Carnegie Mellon Centenary (NJ) Central Missouri State Central State Charleston Cheyney Clarion Clayton State Cleveland State Clinch Valley Concord Coppin State Cumberland

1 103 0 0 0 0 8 2 1 2 3 14 112 1 5 1 2 1 1

0 71 1 1 1 1 10 0 0 1 0 7 58 0 3 0 0 0 0

Daemen Davis & Elkins Denison District of Columbia Dominican Dowling Duquesne Dyke

2 1 0 5 3 2 0 7

0 0 1 3 0 0 11 3

Eastern New Mexico East Stroudsburg Edinboro Elizabeth City State

1 13 90 0

0 4 75 1

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OPPONENT Fairmont State Felician Fenn Frostburg State

WINS 8 1 2 12

LOSSES 3 0 0 1

Gannon Geneva George Washington Glenville State Grand Canyon Grove City

17 14 0 3 1 18

17 18 1 1 0 5

Henderson State High Point Hiram Scott Holy Family Houghton Husson

1 2 1 2 2 1

0 0 0 0 0 0

Indianapolis

1

0

Juniata

31

6

Kean Kent State Kentucky Wesleyan Kenyon Kutztown

1 2 1 1 15

0 4 1 0 6

Lake Erie Lancaster Bible LaRoche Lebanon Valley Lincoln Lock Haven Longwood Loyola (MD) Lycoming

3 1 5 1 0 100 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 1 35 1 1 0

Malone Mansfield Maryland Eastern Shore Medaille Mercyhurst Messiah Metro State Mexico Millersville Misericordia

1 13 1 1 15 2 0 1 19 1

0 10 0 0 5 0 1 0 15 0


ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS OPPONENT Monmouth Mount Aloysius Mount Olive Mount Union Muskingum

WINS 0 1 0 1 0

LOSSES 1 0 2 1 2

Neumann New York Tech Nicholls State North Alabama Northwest Missouri State

1 0 0 1 1

0 2 1 0 0

Oakland Oakland City Ohio Valley Oneonta State

1 1 4 1

0 0 0 0

Pace Parsons Penn State Penn State-Altoona Penn State-Beaver Penn State-Behrend Penn State-DuBois Penn State-Fayette Penn State-Greater Allegheny Penn State-Harrisburg Penn State-New Kensington Pfeiffer Philadelphia Pittsburgh Pitt-Bradford Pitt-Greensburg Pitt-Johnstown Point Park

2 1 0 2 1 1 1 2 5 6 1 1 4 0 2 2 31 23

0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 11 2 0 16 3

Queens

1

0

Robert Morris Roberts Wesleyan

1 1

6 0

St. Cloud State St. Francis St. Thomas Aquinas St. Vincent Salem International Scranton Seton Hill Shaw (NC) Shenandoah

1 6 1 42 1 0 4 0 1

0 18 0 31 0 1 0 1 1

OPPONENT Shepherd Shippensburg Slippery Rock South Carolina Aiken Southern Virginia Springfield Staten Island Steubenville Strayer

WINS 3 68 95 0 1 0 1 8 1

LOSSES 0 40 73 1 0 1 0 2 0

Taylor Thiel Troy State

1 16 1

1 1 0

UMBC Urbana

1 3

0 0

Valdosta State Virginia Union

1 1

0 0

Walsh Washington & Jefferson Washington Adventist Waynesburg West Chester West Georgia West Liberty West Virginia West Virginia State West Virginia Tech West Virginia Wesleyan Western Michigan Westminster Wheeling Jesuit Wilberforce Winston-Salem State Wisconsin River Falls Wittenberg

1 1 16 8 9 0 3 0 2 1 3 0 13 3 1 0 1 0

1 0 0 10 10 1 1 3 0 0 7 1 12 1 0 1 0 1

Xavier (LA)

0

1

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INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS SEASON POINTS Rank Pts 1. 643 2. 638 3. 618 4. 616 616 6. 611 7. 596 8. 595 9. 580 10. 561 561

REBOUNDS Rank Reb 1. 376 2. 365 3. 349 4. 333 5. 329 6. 324 7. 321 8. 312 9. 304 10. 298 ASSISTS Rank Asst 1. 196 2. 190 3. 160 4. 159 159 6. 155 155 8. 149 149 10. 146

Name Randy Allen Rodney Horton Eddie Peterson Joe DeLise Robert Misenko Terrance Flowers Ayyub Ali Mike Beckles Lawrence Baker Jack Crossan Thomas Young

Name Darryl Webb Lee McCullough Dennis Mims Garry Lupek Lee McCullough Darryl Webb Mike Beckles Ayyub Ali Joe DeLise Bill Moore

Name Fred Kerr Brian Kizzie Terrance Flowers Mont Mattocks Gerry Recktenwald Yancey Taylor Dwayne Anthony Yancey Taylor Ashton Smith Mont Mattocks

CAREER POINTS Rank Pts 1. 1949 2. 1715 3. 1655 4. 1635 5. 1621 6. 1564 7. 1535 8. 1510 9. 1369 10. 1366

Name Darryl Webb Robert Misenko Julian Sanders Ashton Smith Eddie Peterson Jack Crossan Derrick Freeman Joe DeLise Sam Scott Randy Allen

Years 2007-11 1992-96 2008-12 2008-12 2002-06 1952-56 1993-96 1950-51, 1955-58 1977-82 1971-74

Year 2009-10 1970-71 2001-02 1967-68 1969-70 2010-11 1999-00 2004-05 1957-58 1975-76

REBOUNDS Rank Reb 1. 1214 2. 881 3. 877 4. 826 5. 738 6. 672 7. 653 8. 632 9. 630 10. 626

Name Darryl Webb Garry Lupek Lee McCullough Robert Misenko Sam Scott Mike Mitten Tom Kerstetter Bob Bence John Guyton Todd Johns

Years 2007-11 1966-69 1968-71 1992-96 1977-82 1977-81 1969-72 1962-66 1972-76 1987-91

Year 1990-91 2004-05 1996-97 1969-70 1977-78 1994-95 1999-00 1993-94 2009-10 1967-68

ASSISTS Rank Asst. 1. 456 2. 450 3. 425 4. 406 5. 379 6. 372 7. 343 8. 340 9. 321 10. 309

Name Ashton Smith Mont Mattocks Eddie Peterson Yancey Taylor Gerry Recktenwald Jim DeMark Dwayne Anthony Ron McNabb Brian Kizzie Phil Crump

Years 2008-12 1966-70 2002-06 1992-95 1974-78 1966-70 1997-00 1979-83 2003-05 1991-94

Year 1973-74 1997-98 2005-06 1957-58 1995-96 1996-97 2004-05 1999-00 2005-06 1955-56 2009-10

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KOVALCHICK COMPLEX

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RESIDENTIAL REVIVAL

TO ENRICH THE QUALITY OF on-campus living, construction began on a Residential Revival project in 2006. The result has been spectacular.

B

eginning in May 2006, IUP embarked on a comprehensive revitalization of its housing that will provide space for 3,900 students when the final phase of the project is completed in fall 2010. The $270-million project, the largest of its kind in the nation, has made IUP a school of choice for an expanding number of students. Within these living and learning communities, IUP offers a wide array of specialty floors so that students who share academic interests may live near each other. For those who desire extra quiet, study-intensive floors with stricter noise regulations are available. With information from students themselves on what amenities were most important to them, the Foundation for IUP and the university mapped out an aggressive course of action that has led to replacement of nearly all of the university’s residence halls. There are four different suite configurations with the opportunity to share a suite with one person or three. Students have more control over their privacy since some suites offer single sleeping quarters, and they share a bathroom with only one person. Each floor in the new suites has laundry facilities, a kitchenette and lounge space as well as ample meeting space. Many offices that perform student services are conveniently located in the ground floor of these new buildings. A boulevard-style landscaped street is planned to link downtown Indiana to campus and to the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex.

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