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Welcome to Mines

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South Dakota School of Mines President: Robert Wharton Robert A. Wharton, Ph.D., became president of the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology on July 1, 2008. Previously, he served as Provost and Vice President for academic affairs at Idaho State University (ISU). Wharton was a tenured professor of biology at ISU and previously served as its chief research officer. His Ph.D. in botany is from Virginia Polytechnic Institute. He also holds a M.A. degree in biology and a B.A. in botany from Humboldt State University in California. Dr. Wharton is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, The Explorers Club, and the Royal Geographic Society. Wharton is a recipient of the United States Antarctic Service Medal and has served on the National Research Council's Polar Research Board.

T afile of Contents Welcome to the King Center and Goodell Gynasium Facts about SD Mines and the Hardrocker Basketball Program

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Hardrocker 2009-2010 Schedule

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Conference Line-up Coach Bios Trainer Bios Athletics Bios 2009-2010 Men's Hardrocker Basketball Roster Player Profiles Pre-season Facts & Media Info 2009-10 Season Outlook Hardrockers Individual and Team Records Basketball Camp Information

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SCHOOL OF MINES Welcome to the King Center and Goodell Gymnasium, home of the Hardrockers. The facilities recently had a facelift as the women's basketball, men's basketball and women's volleyball teams all got upgrades to the locker room areas. The locker rooms are all state-of-the-art to go along with an excellent gym that seats approximately 2,000 fans, plus there is a top-of-the-line fitness center and an indoor pool for use as well.


South Dakota School of Mines Facts South Dakota School of Mines and Technology has a proud heritage of excellence in preparing graduates to serve as leaders in the professions of engineering and science. There are 16 academic departments and more than 30 degree programs in engineering and science offered at the baccalaureate, masters, and doctoral levels. Our students, in combination with an exceptionally talented faculty and great support from the community, provide an exciting environment for education excellence. Award-winning undergraduate education is enhanced by graduate education and research and development in areas of critical need to the state, nation, and the international community. Facilities South Dakota School of Mines and Technology facilities include the Black Hills Business Development Center, the Darold D. King Physical Education Building, the Chemistry/Chemical Engineering Building, the Civil/Mechanical Engineering Building, the Computational Mechanics Laboratory, the Electrical Engineering/Physics Building, the McLaury Building, Devereaux Library, O'Harra Building, Mineral Industries Building, the Tech Development Laboratory, and Surbeck Center. New construction/renovations Tech Development Laboratory, ongoing, Chemical and Biological Engineering/Chemistry building (anticipated completion 2010), Surbeck Center renovation (anticipated completion August 2009), Paleontology Center (anticipated completion 2010), and Palmerton/Connolly Hall restorations (anticipated completion May 2010). Tuition and Fees Fall 2009 Undergraduate Tuition and Fees Room and Board Books and Supplies* Total Per Year * Includes Tablet PC Program (assumes 30 credits per year)

SD $6,830 $5,080 $1,950 $13,860

Student Demographics Fall 2009 Enrollment Status Full Time 1,689 77.6% Part Time 488 22.4%

Non SD $8,210 $5,080 $1,950 $15,240


Hardroefrer 200940 Schedule Oct. 30 Nov.

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vs. Rocky Mountain College

7:30

vs. Dakota Wesleyan University

7:30 p.m. 3 p.m.

Nov. 7

vs. Mount Marty College

Nov.

11

at University of Great Falls

Nov.

13

at Mt Tech

Nov.

14

p.m.

8 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

at Rocky Mountain College at Johnson and Wales, CO

7:30 p.m. 7p.m.

21;

at Metro State (exhibition game)

3 p.m.

27

US Bank Thanksgiving Classic

Nov.

20

Nov. Nov.

w

4 p.m. 8 p.m.

Black Hills State vs. Mt. Marty College SD Mines vs. University of Great Falls Nov. 28

US Bank Tr

g Classic

Black Hills State University vs. Great Falls SD Mines vs. Mt. Marty College

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3 p.m. 7 p.m.

Dec. 3

at Black Hills State*

7p.m.

Dec. 8 Dec. 11

vs. Chadron State

7:30 p.m. 8 p.m.

Dec. 12 Dec. 17

at Dana College

Dec. 29

at Perkins Classic in Spearfish

at Peru State* at Augustana College (exhibition) vs. Montana Western

Dec. 30

4 p.m. 7 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

at Perkins Classic in Spearfish vs. U of Colorado - Colorado Springs

Jan. 2

vs. University of Sioux Falls

Jan. 8

at Jamestown College*

5:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 7:30 p.m.

Jan. 9

at Valley City State*

6 p.m.

Jan. 15 Jan. 16 Jan. 22

vs. Dakota State*

7:30 p.m.

vs. Mayville State*

6 p.m.

at Minot State*

7:30 p.m.

Jan. 23

at Dickinson State* <•» ,.:.:<* mm

Jan. 28 Feb. 5

vs. Black Hills State*

7:30 p.m.

vs. Valley City State*

7:30 p.m.

Feb. 6

vs. Jamestown College*

6 p.m.

Feb. 12 Feb. 13

at Mayville State*

7:30 p.m.

at Dakota State*

6 p.m.

vs. Dickinson State*

7:30 p.m.

vs. Minot State*

6 p.m.

DAC Playoffs

TBA

DAC Semifinals

TBA

DAC Championships

TBA

Feb. Feb.

19 20

Feb. 24 Feb. 28 March 1

Times are local and games in bold are home events.

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Conference Qutloofr

DAKOTA ATHLETIC COWFERINCE

Black Hills State Yellow Jackets Head Coach: Paul Sather (5th year) Phone: 605-642-6607 Record at BHSU: 73-52

Fax: 605-642-6539

E-mail: paulsather@bhsu.edu Overall record: 73-52

Athletic Director: Jhett Albers Phone: 605-642-6882

Fax: 605-642-6539

E-mail: jhettalbers@bhsu.edu

Sports Information: Bradd Schafer Phone: 605-642-6460

Fax: 605-642-6539

E-mail: braddschafer@bhsu.edu

2008-09 season: 13-1/30-5 - 1st place in the DAC DAC Tournament: defeated Dakota State, 100-82, in the quarterfinals; defeated South Dakota Mines, 77-67, in the semifinals;defeated Minot State, 93-77, in the championship NAIA Division II Tournament: defeated Cal State-East Bay, 62-58, in the first round; defeated Morningside, IA, 84-73, in the second round; defeated Grace, IN, 77-73, in the quarterfinals; lost to Oklahoma Wesleyan, 85-72, in the semifinals Team Stats: Scoring Margin: +8.8 Scoring Offense: 79.1 ppg Scoring Defense: 70.3 ppg Rebounding Margin: +3.2 Rebounding: 37.8 rpg

Field Goal %: .467 3pt Field Goal %: .362 Free Throw %: .735 Opponents FG%: .424 Opponents 3pt FG%: .345

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Note: The Yellow Jackets led the DAC in Scoring Margin, Free Throw % and Opponents Field Goal %.

Dakota State Trojans Head Coach: Gary Garner (1st season) Phone: 605-256-5234 Record at DaSU: 0-0

Fax:605-256-5138

E-mail: gary.garner@dsu.edu Overall Record: 7-22

Athletic Director: Gene Wockenfuss Phone: 605-256-5233

Fax:605-256-5138

E-mail: gene.wockenfuss@dsu.edu

Sports Information: Nick Huntimer Phone: 605-256-5229

Fax:605-256-5138

E-mail: nick.huntimer@dsu.edu

2008-09 season: 2-12/7-22 - 8th place in the DAC DAC Tournament: lost to Black Hills State, 100-82, in the quarterfinals Team Stats: Scoring Margin: -9.6 Scoring Offense: 70.1 ppg Scoring Defense: 79.7 ppg Rebounding Margin: +4.7 Rebounding: 40.7 rpg

Field Goal %: .406 3pt Field Goal %: .291 Free Throw %: .658 Opponents FG%: .440 Opponents 3pt FG%: .376

Note: The Trojans led the DAC in Rebounding Margin and Rebounding.


DAICOTA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Conference Qutloofr

Dickinson State Blue Hawks Head Coach: Ty Orton (3rd season) Phone: 701-483-2473 Record at DiSU: 27-32

Fax: 701-483-0501

E-mail: ty.orton@dickinsonstate.edu Overall Record: 99-115

Athletic Director: Roger Ternes Phone: 701-483-2159

Fax: 701-483-0501

E-mail: roger.ternes@dickinsonstate.edu

Sports Information: Galen Morton Phone:701-483-2102

Fax: 701-483-0501

E-mail: galen.morton@dickinsonstate.edu

2008-09 season: 9-5/17-13 - 2nd place in the DAC DAC Tournament: defeated Jamestown, 69-51, in the quarterfinals, lost to Minot State, 84-73 in overtime, in the semifinals Team Stats: Scoring Margin: +2.7 Scoring Offense: 70.1 ppg Scoring Defense: 67.4 ppg Rebounding Margin: +2.0 Rebounding: 33.8 rpg

Field Goal %: .455 3pt Field Goal %: .363 Free Throw %: .673 Opponents FG%: .432 Opponents 3pt FG%: .301

Note: The Blue Hawks led the DAC in Scoring Defense and Opponents 3pt Field Goal %.

Jamestown College Jimmies Head Coach: Jeff Trumbauer (6th year) Phone: 701-252-3467 Record at JC: 74-74 Athletic Director: Lawrie Paulson Phone: 701-252-3467 Sports Information: Tracy Erickson Phone: 701-252-3467 E-mail: terickso@jc.edu

Fax: 701-253-4450

E-mail: trumbauer@jc.edu Overall Record: 74-74

Fax: 701-253-4450

E-mail: paulson@jc.edu

Fax: 701-253-4450

2008-09 season: 4-10/11-17 - 7th place in the DAC DAC Tournament: lost to Dickinson State, 69-51, in the quarterfinals Team Stats: Scoring Margin: -3.7 Scoring Offense: 67.2 ppg Scoring Defense: 70.9 ppg Rebounding Margin: +0.6 Rebounding: 32.9 rpg

Field Goal %: .448 3pt Field Goal %: .365 Free Th row %:.635 Opponents FG%: .445 Opponents 3pt FG%: .348

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DAKOTA ATHLETIC

CONFERENCE

Conference Outlook Mayville State Comets

Head Coach: Justin Johnson (3rd year) Phone:701-788-4715 Record at MaSU: 23-34

Fax: 701-788-4840

E-mail: j Johnson @ mayvillestate.edu Overall Record: 23-34

Athletic Director: Mike Moore Phone: 701-788-4706

Fax: 701-788-4840

E-mail: m_moore@ mayvillestate.edu

Sports Information: Justin Johnson Phone:701-788-4715

Fax: 701-788-4840

E-mail: j Johnson @ mayvillestate.edu

2008-09 season: 6-8/11-18 - 6th place in the DAC DAC Tournament: lost to Minot State, 104-99 in overtime, in the quarterfinals

Team Stats: Scoring Margin: -5.4 Scoring Offense: 74.1ppg Scoring Defense: 79.5 ppg Rebounding Margin: -2.2 Rebounding: 37.4 rpg

Field Goal %: .452 3pt Field Goal %: .329 Free Throw %: .614 Opponents FG%: .457 Opponents 3pt FG%: .331

Minot State Beavers Head Coach: Mike Hultz (12th year) Phone:701-858-3278 Record at MiSU: 176-148 Athletic Director: Rick Hedberg Phone: 701-858-3041

Fax:701-858-3136

E-mail: mike.hultz@minotstateu.edu Overall Record: 176-148

Fax:701-858-3136

E-mail: rick.hedberg@minotstateu.edu

Sports Information: Sheila Green-Gerding Phone: 701-858-3261 Fax: 701-858-3136

E-mail: sheila.gerding @ minotstateu.edu

2008-09 season: 8-6/20-11 - 3rd place in the DAC DAC Tournament: defeated Mayville State, 104-99 in overtime, in the quarterfinals; defeatd Dickinson State, 84-73 in overtime, in the semifinals; lost to Black Hills State; 93-77; in the championship Team Stats: Scoring Margin: +4.5 Scoring Offense: 83.8 ppg Scoring Defense: 79.3 ppg Rebounding Margin: -3.7 Rebounding: 37.4 rpg

Field Goal %: .426 3pt Field Goal %: .337 Free Throw %: .674 Opponents FG%: .466 Opponents 3pt FG%: .303

Note: The Beavers led the DAC in Scoring Offense.


DAKOTA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Conference Qutlooi

South Dakota Mines Hardrockers Head Coach: Jason Henry (5th year) Phone: 605-394-3023 Record at SDM: 51-68

Fax: 605-394-3375

E-mail: jason.henry@sdsmt.edu Overall Record: 51-68

Athletic Director: Dr. Dick Kaiser Phone: 605-394-2352

Fax: 605-394-3375

E-mail: dick.kaiser@sdsmt.edu

Sports Information: Brad Blume Phone: 605-394-2355

Fax: 605-394-3375

E-mail: bradley.blume@sdsmt.edu

2008-09 season: 7-7/19-11 - tied for 4th in the DAC with Valley City State DAC Tournament: defeated Valley City State, 81-74, in the quarterfinals; lost to Black Hills State, 77-67, in the semifinals Team Stats: Scoring Margin: +3.3 Scoring Offense: 74.3 ppg Scoring Defense: 71.0 ppg Rebounding Margin: -1.2 Rebounding: 30.2 rpg

Field Goal %: .489 3pt Goal %: .424 Free Throw %: .686 Opponents FG%: 459 Opponents 3pt FG%: .357

Note: The Hardrockers led the DAC in Field Goal % and 3pt Field Goal %

Valley City State Vikings Head Coach: Jaff Kaminsky (4th season) Phone: 701-845-7240 Record at VCSU: 63-54

Fax: 701-845-7211

E-mail: jeff.kaminsky@vcsu.edu Overall Record: 332-287

Athletic Director: B.J. Pumroy Phone:701-845-7160

Fax: 701-845-7211

E-mail: bj.pumroy@vcsu.edu

Sports Information: Craig Case Phone: 701-845-7244

Fax: 701-845-7211

E-mail: craig.case@vcsu.edu

2008-09 season: 7-7/13-16 - tied for 4th in the DAC with South Dakota Mines DAC Tournament: lost to South Dakota Mines, 81-74, in the quarterfinals Team Stats: Scoring Margin: +3.1 Scoring Offense: 72.6 ppg Scoring Defense: 69.5 ppg Rebounding Margin: -3.8 Rebounding: 34.0 rpg

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Field Goal %: .446 3pt Field Goal %: .335 Free Throw %: .634 Opponents FG%: .424 Opponents 3pt FG%: .323


Head Coach's Bio Jason Henry, a native of Minot, ND, enters his fifth season as the Hardrockers' head coach. Before being promoted, Henry served as an assistant at South Dakota School of Mines for three years where he coordinated the team's recruiting efforts and helped in all aspects of the program. In his second season as head coach, the Hardrockers had their highest finish ever in the Dakota Athletic Conference while playing in the DAC Championship game. Henry played high school basketball at Minot Bishop Ryan and college ball at Minot State in North Dakota, where he graduated in 1997 with a degree in physical education as well as corporate fitness. Henry went on to receive his Master's degree in education from North Dakota State University. Henry's coaching career began as an assistant at Minot Bishop Ryan in 1994. He continued as an assistant with stops at West Fargo, ND, and Minot State. He then served as head boys' and girls' basketball coach at PBK High School (Pingree, Buchanan, and Kensal) in ND, and two seasons as head boys' coach at Washburn, ND. The following season Henry then returned to the college level with a two-year stop at the North Dakota School of Science, a junior college in Wahpeton, as an assistant. During his last year there in 2002, the team finished with a 31-2 mark and set 14 school records. He coached Team North Dakota during the summers of 1999-2002 which traveled to Australia and Hawaii to compete in international play. Along with his coaching duties over the years, Henry has taught business and physical education classes at the high school and college level. "Mines is a wonderful place to coach and Rapid City is a beautiful place to live," said coach Henry. "I have been blessed to have worked with a number of Hall of Fame coaches and learned so much along the way. It is always exciting to start each year and implement my style of play along with the styles that have become part of me from the people I have worked with in the past. With an up-tempo offense and pressure defense, we will continue to have some very exciting basketball now and in the future. We have been able to get some of the top student/athletes around the area because of the excellent academic background at Mines. I plan on continuing to bring in these top-notch student - athletes and build upon the foundation that has been established from the past coaches at the School of Mines." Henry is married to Anne who is a dental hygienist in Rapid City and they have a 3-year-old daughter Gretchen and 1-year-old Enna.

Jason Henry Head Coach Phone: (605) 355-3023 Email: Jason.Henry@sdsmt.edu


Assistant Coach's Bio

Eric Glenn Assistant Coach Phone: (605) 355-3024 Email: Eric.Glenn@sdsmt.edu

Eric Glenn is a native of Riverton, Wyoming, but spent much of his childhood years in Hot Springs where his father was the head football coach. He played football and basketball for two years at Chadron State College in Chadron, Neb., where he was a back-up quarterback and point guard. He then finished his final two years with the Eagle basketball program. He graduated from Chadron State with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Education (1993). After graduation, he immediately stayed on as an assistant for then head coach, Bob Wood, where he helped the Eagles to their first Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference league championship. As an assistant at Chadron State he earned a Master of Arts degree in Sports and Recreation Management. In 1995, he went to the University of Wyoming where he was the third assistant on Joby Wright's basketball staff. After a two-year stint at Wyoming, he moved on to Scottsbluff High School where he was the assistant coach on the Bearcats District B-6 championship team that qualified for the Nebraska State Tournament. The next season he went to Missouri Valley College where he was the assistant men's basketball coach for the Vikings of the Heart of America Athletic Conference. In 2000, he was hired as the head coach of Missouri Valley where he led the Vikings to their best conference finish in four years, hosted and won play-off tournament games two out of the three years and was nominated for conference coach of the year twice. From 2001 to 2003 he served on the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Division II National Tournament Committee. In 2003 he took the opportunity to move closer to family and became an assistant at Black Hills State University under Mike Kruszynski. Eric came to the School of Mines in 2005 where he has been the assistant men's basketball coach and head golf coach. Glenn has directed and worked at over 30 different camps and clinics throughout the Midwest, which have included the University of Wyoming, Colorado State University, Chauncey Billups Basketball Camps, Creighton University, Mike Trader Basketball Camps and Montana State University. He is married to the former Lorna Dahlgren, who played for the Chadron State women's basketball program from 1991 -1995 where she holds career records in assists and steals and is in the Top 5 in points, rebounds and free throws. They have two sons, Jarek, who is seven and Payton is one year old.

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Athletic Trainers Bios Scott Baird is a 1997 graduate of Dakota Wesleyan University and is in his third year as head athletic trainer at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. Before joining the School of Mines Athletic Department, he was an athletic trainer for the University of Wyoming where he covered both men's rugby and lacrosse. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the School of Mines Sports Medicine Team. Scott has been married to Becky, a Physical Therapist in Rapid City, for 14 years.

Scott Baird Trainer

Jennifer Ranum serves as the assistant athletic trainer for all the Hardrocker athletic teams. She graduated in May of 2007 from National American University with degrees in Athletic Training and Applied Management, and became certified in September of 2007. She is a member of both the National Athletic Trainer's Association and the Mid America Athletic Trainer's Association since 2004. Prior to her undergraduate graduation, Jen spent three years at the School of Mines doing outreach as a student athletic trainer and upon graduation was hired full time. Jen is now in her third year as assistant athletic trainer and intramural director.

Jennifer Ranum Trainer

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Athletic Administration The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology is pleased to announce the hiring of Richard (Dick) A. Kaiser as the university's new athletics director (AD). Kaiser earned a bachelor's degree in physical education from the University of Northern Colorado, a master's in educational administration from South Dakota State University, and a doctorate of education in athletic leadership and administration from Brigham Young University. He completed his postdoctorate in health education and administration at Oregon State University.

Dick Kaiser Athletics Director

For the past 10 years, Kaiser has served as the AD for Defiance College. Previously, he served as AD at Olivet College, Western Oregon University and Willamette University. He has received a number of honors and awards from athletics organizations such as the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and others. Kaiser will also be responsible for ensuring compliance with all NAIA, conference and university rules and regulations. The School of Mines is a member of the NAIA and the Dakota Athletic Conference with 10 programs competing in women's volleyball and men's football, as well as women's and men's teams in golf, cross country, track and field and basketball. Kaiser has two grown children, Cassie and Ryan; one grandson, Jack; and new twin grandsons, Carson and Caden.

Lori Hodgin has been the SD School of Mines athletic department administrative assistant for almost 20 years. Her duties have included: working with athletic eligibility, game-day administration and hiring students to assist in game management. She is also involved in department purchasing and making sure that everything runs smooth in the athletic office on a day-to-day basis. Lori has lived in Rapid City most of her life, but was born in Los Angeles, Calif. She has a son Greg who is currently employed by the Hardrocker football program as an assistant coach. She is a huge animal lover, donating her time to the Humane Society and on occasion has adopted dogs from there as well.

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2009-2010 Men's Hardroiier Rasfcetball Roster 1

No.

NAME

POS

HT

HOMETOWN

YR

MAJOR

1*

Tommy Smith

G

6T

Fort Worth, TX

So.

Electrical Engineering

2*

Scott May

G

6'3"

Aurora, CO

Jr.

Industrial Engineering

3*

Cameron Cale

G

6'3"

Gillette, WY

So.

Industrial Engineering

4*

Robbie Fedor

G

6T

Monticello, MN

Sr.

Mechanical Engineering

5*

Nathan Jacobson

G

5'11"

Rapid City, SD

So.

Civil Engineering

10*

AJTrennepohl

G

6'3"

Lubbock, TX

Jr.

Interdisciplinary Sciences

12

Blake McPherson

F

6'6"

Hot Springs, SD

Fr.

Mechanical Engineering

14

Tanner Friesen

F

6'6"

Bismarck, ND

So.

Civil Engineering

20*

Kaleb Rehmer

F

6'5"

Cheyenne, WY

Jr.

Civil Engineering

21

Jake Miller

G

6'4"

Lawrence, KS

Fr.

Mining Engineering

23

Trevor Larson

F

6'5"

Chatfield, MN

Jr.

Chemical Engineering

30*

Kyle Turpin

F

6'6"

Post Falls, ID

Sr.

Civil Engineering

33

Lance Kilburn

G

6'4"

Lawrence, KS

Fr.

Mining Engineering

40

Kyle Doerr

F

67

Rapid City, SD

So.

Environmental Engineering

44*

Carl Johnson

C

6'10"

Rapid City, SD

Sr.

Interdisciplinary Sciences

55*

Jordan Schmitz

F

6'5"

Williston, ND

Jr.

Chemistry

* Returning letter winner

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Mayer Profiles No. 1

Tommy Smith ^^•••- !:*5 -'•

Sophomore

Position: G Height: 6'1" Hometown: Fort Worth, TX Major: Electrical Engineering Tommy is a guard with a quick first step that allows him to drive to the hoop. He has spent a year in the Hardrocker system and is really looking to contribute more as a sophomore this season. Tommy is the son of Sam and Lee Smith.

Year

GP

FGM

FGA

PCT.

FTM

FTA

PCT.

PTS.

AVG.

REB

AVG.

ASST

BL

08-09

16

8

17

.471

2

6

.333

18

1.1

12

0.8

2

0

Totals

16

8

17

.471

2

6

.333

18

1.1

12

0.8

2

0

No. 2

Scott May Junior Position: G Height: 6'2" Hometown: Aurora, CO Major: Industrial Engineering

Scott has been a two-year starter for the Hardrockers, running the offense as a freshman and sophomore. As a junior hi will move more into a two-guard roll. Scott has good basketball vision and is able to distribute the ball to the open man on the floor. Scott is the son of Ed and Jean May. Year

GP FGM FGA PCT.

FTM

FTA PCT.

3PM

SPA

PCT.

PTS.

AVG.

REB

AVG.

ASST BL

07-08

29

28

69

.406

32

50

.640

2

12

.167

90

3.1

66

2.3

96

0

08-09

30

57

113

.504

67

96

.698

10

21

.698

191

6.4.

58

1.9

89

1

Totals

59

85

182

.467

99

146

.678

12

33

.678

281

4.8

124

2.1

185

1

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Mayer ?rof lies No. 3

Cale Sophomore

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Position: G Height: 6'3" Hometown: Gillette, WY Major: Industrial Engineering

Cameron was in a supporting role as a freshman for the Hardrockers, He is a talented player that has been adjusting to the college level of basketball. Look for him to contribute more this year as he grows and matures. Cameron is the son of Bob and Tonja Cale.

Year

GP

FGM

FGA

PCT.

FTM

FTA

PCT.

PTS,

AVG.

REB

AVG.

ASST BL

08-08

14

0

7

.000

0

0

.000

00

0.0

1

0.1

1

0

Totals

14

0

7

.000

0

0

.000

00

0.0

1

0.1

1

0

No. 4

Robbie Fedor Senior Position: G Height: 6'1" Hometown: Monticello, MN Major: Mechanical Engineering

Robbie has started for the Hardrockers since he was a freshman. He is the captain of this year's squad and has settled into the leadership role nicely. He is a very accurate outside shooter and should be one of the teams top scorers this year as well as become a member of the 1,000-point club. Robbie is the son of Tom and Kathy Fedor FGM

FGA

PCT.

FTM

FTA

PCT.

3PM 3PA

PCT.

PTS.

AVG.

REB

AVG.

ASST

BL

06-07 31

60

144

.417

31

39

.795

37

88

.420

188

6.1

60

1.9

64

2

07-08 29

105

268

.392

39

52

.750

49

152

.322

298

10.3

73

2.5

58

1

08-09 30

117

256

.457

78

92

.848

48

115

.417

360

12.0

70

2.3

58

0

Totals 90

282

668

.422

148

183

.808

134

355

.377

846

9.4

203

2.3

180

3

Year

GP

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Mayer Profiles No. 5

Nathan Jaeobson Sophomore Position: G Height: 5'11" Hometown: Rapid City, SD Major: Civil Engineering

Nate was a blue chip recruit coming into the Hardrocker program last season. He learned quickly how to adjust to the next level of play and has continued to mature and is becoming an impact player. He is a very skilled point guard and fits well into SD Mines system. Nathan is the son of Scott and Angel Jacobson and Nancy and Kim Richardson. Year

GP FGM

FGA

PCT. FTM

FTA

PCT. 3PM SPA

PCT. PTS. AVG. REB

AVG. ASST

BL 0

08-09 29

43

115

.374

78

92

.848

14

49

.286

360

1.6

45

1.6

48

Totals 29

43

115

.374

78

92

.848

14

49

.286

360

1.6

45

1.6

48

No. 10 AJ Trennephol Junior Position: G Height: 6!3" "N^x_ Hometown: Lubbock, TX Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences AJ has been with the Hardrockers for three seasons after redshirting his first year. He led the team in scoring last season and will be arguably one of the best shooters in the nation. He averaged 12.3 points a game as a sophomore and looks to top that this season and breach 1,000 points in the process. AJ is the son of Roger and Beth Trennepohl.

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GP FGM

FGA

PCT. FTM

FTA

PCT. 3PM

SPA

PCT.

PTS.

AVG.

REB

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07-08

29

118

243

.486

36

43

.837

76

174

.437

348

12.0

79

2.7

47

1

08-09

30

115

240

.479

60

65

.923

78

155

.503

368

12.3

52

1.7

49

1

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59

233

483

.482

96

108

.889

154

329

.468

716

12.1

131

2.2

96

2

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Mayer Profiles No. 12 Blake McPherson Freshman

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Position: G Height: 6'6" Major: Mechanical Engineering Hometown: Hot Springs, SD

Blake is a talented athlete from the region that should thrive in the SD Mines program. He recorded nearly 24 points and 16 rebounds a game playing for the Hot Springs Bison and was one of the top players in the Black Hills Conference, As a freshman he will add depth to the SD Mines lineup. Blake is the son of Sande and DeElda McPherson.

No. 14 Tanner Friesen Sophomore Position: G Height: 6'6" Hometown: Bismarck, ND Major: Civil Engineering

Tanner brings a lot to the Hardrocker hoops te^rri. He has been at SD Mines for two full seasons but has yet to see the floor. He redshirted his first year and then suffered a major back injury last year. He is one of the team's best shooters and is anxious to contribute in any way possible as a sophomore. Tanner is the son of Ivan and Tracy.

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flayer Profiles No. 20 Kaleb Rehmer Junior Position: F Height: 6'5" Hometown: Cheyenne, WY Major: Civil Engineering

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Kaleb is getting quite a reputation as one of the hardest workers'ti the conference. He is an asset when ever he steps on the court just through his hustle alone. He contributes on both ends of the floor and look for him to be a real spark as he progresses through his junior season. Kaleb is the son of Lora Rehmer. Year

GP

FGM

FGA

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FTA

PCT.

PTS.

AVG.

REB

AVG.

ASST

BL

07-08

26

35

77

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40

65

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110

4.2

83

3.2

27

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08-09

28

48

86

.558

39

63

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135

4.8

61

2.2

13

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64

83

163

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79

98

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245

4.5

144

2.7

40

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No. 21 Jake Miller Freshman Position: G Height: 6'4" Hometown: Lawrence, KS Major: Mining Engineering Jake finished his high school career as a two-year starter, averaging 11 points a game as a senior and 13 points as a junior. As a senior, Miller led his team in field goal percentage (41 percenl), free throws made, shots blocked, charges taken and was second on the team in assists. He will be a great asset to the Hardrockers as he grows and develops within the system. Jake is the son of James and Julene Miller.

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Mayer Profiles No. 23 Trevor Larson Junior

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Position: F Height: 6'5" Hometown: Chatfield, MN Major: Chemical Engineering Trevor is a transfer student from Rochester Community College in Minnesota. Last season he was named a pre-season Alt-American, Unfortunately he broke his foot at the beginning of the year and played only the last 11 games. As a sophomore Larson averaged 11.3 points and 3.4 rebounds a game, shot 56.7 percent from the field and 40 percent from the three-point line. Trevor is the son of Tim and Tami Larson.

No. 30 Kyle Turpin Senior Position: F Height: 6'6" Hometown: Post Falls, ID Major: Civil Engineering Kyle is poised to have a break-out season. After transferring to SD Mines , Kyle looks very comfortable in the SDM tainly be an impact player in his last year for the Hardrockers, Kyle is the son of Dan Turpin and Kim and Johnny Aker.

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AVG.

REB

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ASST

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08-09

30

62

113

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21

34

.618

145

4.8

78

2.6

11

4

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113

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34

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2.6

11

4

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Player Profiles No. 33 Lance Kilburn Freshman Position: G

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Height: 6'4" Hometown: Lawrence, KS Major: Mining Engineering Lance is new to the Hardrocker program and has a lot of promise to do great things. During Lance's senior year, he averaged 17 points a game and shot 53 percent from the field. He made 72 percent of his free throws and also grabbed eight rebounds per game. Lance is the son of Travis and Terri Kilburn.

No. 40 Kyle Doerr Sophomore Position: F Height: 67" Hometown: Rapid City, Major: Environmental Engineering} Kyle makes his prolific return to Rapid City after spending two years in Alaska playing for the NCAA Div. II University of Anchorage Seawolves. Kyle is a talented inside player that has the strength and skills needed at the defensive end, but can also knock down shots at the other end. He should be an immediate boost to the Hardrockers this year. Kyle is the son of Harold and Juli Doerr. 20


Mayer Profiles No. 44 Carl Johnson Sen/or

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Position: C Height: 6'10" Hometown: Rapid City, SD Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences

Carl suffered a foot injury this past offseason but appears to have healed for the most part as he starts his senior campaign. After transferring from Montana last year, Carl made an instant impact to the Hardrockers and as soon as he is fully recovered this season, will be quite a force in the paint. Carl is the son of Greg and Susan Johnson. Year

GP

FGM

FGA

PCT.

FTM

FTA

PCT.

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REB

AVG.

ASST

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08-09

30

81

161

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79

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4.0

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81

161

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79

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211

7.0

121

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No. 55 Jordan Schmitz Junior

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Position: F Height: 6'5" Hometown: Williston, ND Major: Chemistry Jordan has been great in a supporting role his first two seasons as a Hardrocker. He has absorbed a lot of the Hardrockers system and has added some touch from midrange to his offensive arsenal. Look for Jordan to contribute on both ends this season. Jordan is the son of John and Kathy Schmitz. Vear

GP

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REB

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1.3

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21

13

20

.503

16

26

.615

42

2.0

20

1.0

1

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Totals

32

21

34

.618

17

30

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59

1.8

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1.0

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HARDROCKER BASKETBALL 2009-10 PRESEASON FACTS & MEDIA INFO

General Information Name of School: South Dakota School of Mines Address: 501 East St. Joseph Street City/Zip: Rapid City, SD, 57701 Enrollment: 2100 Nickname: Hardrockers School Colors: Old Gold and Navy Blue Gymnasium: Goodell Gymnasium Affiliation: NAIA Conference: Dakota Athletic Conference President: Dr. Robert Wharton Alma Mater: Virginia Polytechnic Institute / Humboldt State University (Calif.) Athletic Director: Dr. Dick Kaiser Alma Mater: University of Northern Colorado/ South Dakota State University Athletic Department Phone: 605-394-2351 Athletic Department Fax: 605-394-6950

Media Information Newspapers Rapid City Journal (Jeff Budlong) P.O. Box 450 Rapid City, SD, 57709 Phone: 605-394-8430 E-mail: sports@rapidcityjournal.com Fax: 605-394-8463

Radio KKLS (Tom Rudebusch) P.O. Box 2480 Rapid City, SD, 57709 Phone: 605-343-6161 tomrudebusch@rushmore.com

Sports Information Office

Television

Sports Information Director: Brad Blume Alma Mater: South Dakota State, 1999 SID Office Phone: 605-394-2355 SID Fax: 605-394-6950 SID E-mail: bradley.blume@sdsmt.edu Athletics website: www.gorockers.com

KEVN TV (Jamie Zepp) P.O. Box 677 Rapid City, SD, 57709 Phone: 605-394-7777 Fax: 605-394-3652 E-mail: sports@kevn.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Jason Henry Alma Mater: B.S., Minot State University; MS from North Dakota State Record at SDM: 51-68 Basketball Office Phone: 605-355-3023 Email: jason.henry@sdsmt.edu Assistant: Eric Glenn

Team Information 2008-09 Overall Record: 19-11 2008-09 DAC Record: 7-7 Home/Away II2-2 74-9

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KNBN TV (J. Wickersham) P.O. Box 9549 Rapid City, SD, 57709 Phone: 605-355-0024 sports@newscenterl .com KOTA TV (Vik Quick) P.O. Box 1760 Rapid City, SD, 57709 Phone: 605-342-2000 FAX: 605-721-5730 E-mail: kotasports@kotasports.com


SD Mines men's hoops well balanced heading into season By Brad Blume

game. He is also close to joining the 1,000-point

Sports Information Director

club.

South Dakota School of Mines RAPID CITY â&#x20AC;&#x201D;- The South Dakota School of Mines

Carl Johnson (center) is another senior that Henry

men's basketball team has high hopes heading into

expects a lot out of this year and at 6-10 and 240

the 2009-10 hoops season. Pretty much the same

pounds, it's easy to see why. Johnson transferred in

high hopes that the Hardrockers and fifth-year head

as a junior and after a year of learning the system

coach Jason Henry have every year.

should be ready to go. He did suffer a foot injury in the off-season which may limit him in the early

"Our expectations are simple/' Henry said. "We want

goings, but according to Henry, Johnson is

to be competitive night after night and end up in the

rehabilitating nicely. Johnson averaged 4 rebounds a

Top 4 of the Dakota Athletic Conference heading

game last year and just under 10 points each time

into playoffs so we can have a first-round home

out.

game." The final senior is Kyle Turpin, a 6-6 forward with a The goals are simple and to the point. After a strong

lot of athletic ability. It took Turpin some time to

showing last year in which the Hardrockers made the

adjust to a new system, but with a year under his

Top 25 NAIA Coaches' Poll, tied a school record for

belt, Henry feels Turpin will have a break-out year.

consecutive wins with 11 and finished tied for fourth in the conference and made a run to the semifinals,

The junior class is led by DAC All-Conference first

SD Mines is poised for even more success this time

teamer A.J. Trennepohl who is a 6-3 guard and

out, with a skilled lineup filled with experienced

deadly accurate from the perimeter. Trennepohl was

veterans and talented newcomers.

the Hardrockers' leading scorer in 2008-09 averaging 12.3 points a game and shot over 50 percent from

Gone from the team are seniors Brandon Smith,

the three-point line. He will also breach 1,000 points

Donny DeGooyer and Kyle Kurth. Smith, a starter,

in his SD Mines career and is a threat whenever he

was named DAC Senior Player of the Year and

has the ball.

DeGooyer started all season as well. Kurth provided a good spark to the team and provided quality

Junior Kaleb Rehmer (6-5 forward) has been with the

minutes as an upperclassman.

team for two full years and is a real asset to the

This year's version looks even stronger with three

floor and has lots of energy when he gets in the

seniors, five juniors, five sophomores and three

game.

program. Henry said he outworks everyone on the

freshmen. Junior Scott May (6-3 guard) is a two-year starter "We will definitely have strength in numbers again,"

that has spent time as the point guard. Henry now

Henry said. "This year we hope and expect some

plans to play him at the off-guard spot as well.

guys to really step up their games and play the

Starting as a freshman and running the offense has

majority of the minutes. But we also have a solid

given May good basketball vision, distributing the

bench and we are able to go as far as 10 or 11 deep

ball to the open player on the court. He led the team

if needed."

in assists last year with 89 and was the team's best defender.

Topping out the senior class is four-year starter Robbie Fedor. The 6-foot-l-inch guard knows the ins

New this year as a transfer from Minnesota is junior

and outs of the team which is why he is the captain

Trevor Larson, a 6-5 forward from Rochester

and leader of the squad. Last year, Fedor was the

Community College. Henry said Larson is a hard-

team's second leading scorer averaging 12 points a

nosed player that isn't afraid to stick his body in there and could have one or two charges a contest.

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He will make a great teammate but will take some

"We have two of the Top 3-point shooters in the

time to learn the system as will all new players.

country headed into the season," Henry said. "Our

Junior Jordan Schmitz rounds out the upperclassmen

couple years."

point guard play has vastly improved over the last as a 6-5 forward. Henry said Schmitz has had a great off-season and is becoming a good mid-range

With the addition of some height and mass under

shooter. Schmitz also adds experience and depth to

the basket, the Hardrockers become a little bit

the roster which is sure to pay off this season.

harder to handle.

Looking at the sophomore class, Nate Jacobson

"Our overall depth is a good thing, especially at the

returns to the lineup after a mid-season shoulder

'big-man spots' with two of those (players) being

injury that required surgery. He started as a

seniors," Henry said." And our experience in general

freshman and will be looked to as a sophomore to

is a positive. We were a little young last year and had

step up his game. Henry hopes he will continue to

some growing pains at times."

increase his leadership role. SD Mines has a fairly tough schedule this season, Another transfer is sophomore Kyle Doerr, who was

taking on talented teams not only in the DAC, but

Jacobson's teammate in high school at St. Thomas

also in other divisions as the Hardrockers have bouts

More. Doerr is a 6-7 forward that also possesses a

with four NCAA Div. II schools.

good touch around the basket and is also a strong athlete that can rebound.

"I am a little concerned about our overall athleticism â&#x20AC;&#x201D; which I am concerned about every year," Henry

Tommy Smith is a player that is a threat with the

said. "We play so many teams that are going to be

ball. Henry said that Smith has an explosive first step

more athletic than we are. We need to make sure

that allows him to quickly drive to the hoop. If the 6-

that we rebound fundamentally and that we just

1 guard can do that consistently, he will see a lot of

become better rebounders in general.

action this season. Looking at the conference, Black Hills State was After spending two years on the bench (redshirted

picked to repeat as the top team, while the

his first year and suffering season-ending back injury

Hardrockers were picked to finish fourth with Minot

as freshman) Friesen, a 6-6 guard, is ready and

State and Jamestown just a head of them.

willing to contribute to the Hardrockers this year. He is one of the best shooters on the team and is able

"The Yellow Jackets are obviously the team to beat,"

to play a couple of different positions for the

Henry said. "But after that it's pretty wide open. I

'Rockers.

hope to have the Hardrockers in the mix of the Top 4 and make a run throughout the playoffs.

Add sophomore Cameron Cale (6-3 guard) and freshmen Lance Kilburn (6-4 guard), Jake Miller (6-4

"We just have to make sure we are the hardest

guard) and Blake McPherson (6-6 forward) to the

working team in the conference, play smart and

mix and the Hardrockers have a talented and well

keep improving on a daily basis. Hopefully we will

balanced roster.

have a chance when it's all said and done."

The Hardrockers have had a strong outside game the past couple of seasons with Trennepohl and Fedor hitting shots from around the arch and that doesn't appear to have changed as this season gets started.

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Hardroeier History 793-963 All-Time Program Record .451 Winning Percentage Jason Henry

Jim Kampen

51-68 .428 2005-present (4 year) Year Record

178-168 .514 1967-1972,1978-1986 (13 years) Year Record 1985-1986 21-8 1984-1985* 19-9 1983-1984* 19-9 1982-1983 16-10 1981-1982 12-17 1980-1981 5-23 1979-1980 7-17 1978-1979 12-14 1971-1972* 20-6 1970-1971 13-13 1969-1970 15-11 1968-1969 12-13 1967-1968 7-18

2008-2009 2007-2008 2006-2007 2005-2006

19-11 7-22 16-15 9-20

Hugh Welsh 268-273

.495 1986-2005 (19 years) Year Record 2004-2005 12-17 2003-2004 18-12 2002-2003 9-19 2001-2002 14-15 2000-2001 18-11 1999-2000 12-17 1998-1999 9-19 1997-1998 13-13 1996-1997* 17-13 1995-1996 16-12 1994-1995* 19-10 1993-1994 17-11 1992-1993 13-15 1991-1992 22-9 1990-1991 12-14 1989-1990 3-25 1988-1989 13-14 1987-1988 15-15 1986-1987 16-12

Mike Riley 68-95 .417 1972-1978 (6 years) Year 1977-1978 1976-1977 1975-1976* 1974-1975 1973-1974 1972-1973*

Record 14-15 8-19 10-17 3-24 14-12 19-8

Bob Hunt 167-271 .381 1946-1967 (21 years) Year 1966-1967 1965-1966 1964-1965 1963-1964 1962-1963 1961-1962 1960-1961 1959-1960 1958-1959 1957-1958 1956-1957 1955-1956 1954-1955* 1953-1954 1952-1953 1951-1952 1950-1951 1949-1950 1948-1949 1947-1948 1946-1947

Record 1-22 1-19 4-16 0-16 2-22 12-11 8-14 5-17 5-15 17-6 11-12 7-11 12-11 16-6 8-12 17-5 7-15 7-12 10-9 9-9 8-11

Art Sullivan 16-12 .571 1939-1941 (2 years) Year Record 1940-1941 10-4 1939-1940 6-8

Ray Hahn 35-39 .473 1930-1935 (5 years) Year 1934-1935 1933-1934 1932-1933 1931-1932 1930-1931

Record 8-7 7-7 8-8 5-10 7-7

Dave Strong 11-7 .611 1941-1942 (1 year) Year 1941-1942

Record 11-7

Lem Harting 9-44 .170 1935-1939 (4 years) Year 1938-1939 1937-1938 1936-1937 1935-1936

Record 3-13 3-11 2-9 1-11

Harold Goodell 7-8 .467 1945-1946 (1 year)

Year 1945-1946

Record 7-8

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Hardrocfrers Individual Records Points Career 2,440 -Doug Schlepp (1970-74) Season 724 - Quinn Diede (2001-2002) Game 44 - Doug Schlepp (1973-74) vs. BHSU Rebounds Career 1,198 - Dave Jackson (1966-70) Season 414 - Jim Konst (1972-73) Game 30 - Jeff Dietz (1969-70) vs. DWU Free Throws Made Career 617 - Doug Schlepp (1970-74) Season 197 - Derek Knapp (1992-93) 197 - Doug Schlepp (1972-73) Game 20 - Steve Malone (1981-82) vs. BHSU Consecutive 34 - Justin Vangraefschepe (2003-04) Attempt Career 969 - Doug Schlepp (1970-74) Season 245 - Doug Schlepp (1972-73) Game 25 - Steve Malone (1981-82) vs. BHSU Percentage Career Season .913 - Justin Vangraefschepe (2003-04) - 94/103 Game 1.00 - Doug Schlepp (1973-74) -14/14 Field Goals Made Career 994 - Jim Benjamin (1982-86) Season 274 - Doug Schlepp (1973-74) Game 20 - Doug Schlepp (1985-86) vs. BHSU Attempt Career 1,860 - Doug Schlepp (1970-74) Season 487 - Doug Schlepp (1973-74) Game 35 - Doug Schlepp (1973-74) vs. Minot St. Percentage Career Season .622 - Brandon Smith (2007-08) 107/172 Game 1.00 - A.J. Trennepohl (2007-08) 10/10 (minimum of 6 attempts) 3 Pt. Made Career 242 - Mitch Slusarski (1990-94) Season 99 - Quinn Diede (2001-2002) Game 9 - Mitch Slusarski (1990-91) vs. Dakota St. 3 Pt. Attempt Career 657 - Mitch Slusarski (1990-94) Season 218 - Quinn Diede (2001-02)

Hardrocfrers Tearn Records Points Season 2,735-(1991-92) Game 130 - (1969-70) vs. Rocky Mt. Average 95.0-(1971-72) Rebounds Season 1,477 - (1971-72) Game 73 - (1970-71) vs. BHSU Average 54.7-(1971-72) Free Throws Made Season 558 - (1991-92) Game 42 - (1990-91) vs. Chadron St. Attempt Season 828 - (1991-92) Game 55 - (1990-91) vs. Minot St. Percentage Season .767 - (1991-92) 635/828 Game 1.000 - (2004-2005) 12/12 vs. Jamestown College Field Goals Made Season 1,006 - (1971-72) Game 52 - (1978-79) vs. Bellevue (2004-2005) vs. Alliance-Nazarene Attempt Season 2,194-(1972-73) Game 110 - (1972-73) vs. Kearney Percentage Season .537 - (1985-86) Game .733 - (2005-06) vs. Dickinson State (33/45) 3 Pt. Made Season 294 - (1991-92) Game 17 - (1991-92) vs. Sioux Falls 3 Pt. Attempt Season 770-(1991-92) Game 37 - (1991-92) vs. Sioux Falls Most wins in a season 22 1991-92 Hugh Welsh Most Consecutive wins 11 1991-92 Hugh Welsh 2008-09 Jason Henry Best winning percentage .773 1951-52 Bob Hunt

Current as of April 2009 Assists Career 670 - Mitch Slusarski (1990-94) Season 247 - Dave Becker (1985-86) Game 18 - Doug Schlepp (1973-74) vs. Dickinson Current as of April 2009

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