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2010-11 Seawolves Schedule Nov. 12 Nov. 13 Nov. 14 Nov. 25 Nov. 26 Nov. 27 Dec. 3 Dec. 4 Dec. 17 Dec. 18 Dec. 19 Dec. 30 Jan. 1 Jan. 5 Jan. 8 Jan. 13 Jan. 15 Jan. 20 Jan. 22 Jan. 27 Jan. 29

vs Dixie State^ vs Lewis^ vs UC San Diego^ WEBER STATE% HOUSTON BAPT./ARIZ. ST.%

11 am 6:30 pm 12:30 pm 7:30 pm TBD S. UTAH/DRAKE/BALL ST./ST. JOHN’S% TBD vs Hawaii Pacific# 5:15 pm vs British Columbia# 5:15 pm WALLA WALLA $ 1 pm FLORIDA TECH $ 7 pm WALLA WALLA $ 5 pm at Central Washington* 6 pm at Northwest Nazarene* 5:30 pm MONTANA ST. BILLINGS* (FSN) 6:30 pm SEATTLE PACIFIC* 7:30 pm at Simon Fraser* 6 pm at Western Washington* 6 pm WESTERN OREGON* 7:30 pm SAINT MARTIN’S* 7:30 pm NORTHWEST NAZARENE* 7:30 pm CENTRAL WASHINGTON* 7:30 pm

Feb. 3 at Seattle Pacific* Feb. 5 at Montana State Billings* Feb. 10 WESTERN WASHINGTON* Feb. 12 SIMON FRASER* Feb. 17 at Saint Martin’s* Feb. 19 at Western Oregon* Feb. 22 at Alaska Fairbanks* Feb. 23 ALASKA FAIRBANKS* (FSN) Feb. 28 GNAC Tournament First Round Mar. 2 GNAC Tournament Semifinals Mar. 5 GNAC Tournament Finals M 11-14 NCAA Div. II West Regionals

6 pm 5:30 pm 7:30 pm 7:30 pm 6:30 pm 6 pm 7 pm 6:30 pm TBD TBD TBD TBD

^Disney’s Tip-Off Classic – Anaheim, CA %Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout – Sullivan Arena

#Glacier Classic – Fairbanks $AT&T Jamboree *Great Northwest Athletic Conference game All times Alaska Home games in BOLD at Wells Fargo Sports Complex (except Shootout)


QUICK FACTS · TABLE OF CONTENTS · MEDIA INFO 2010-11 Schedule ..................................................................................... Inside Front Cover Quick Facts/Table of Contents/Media Information ...............................................................1 2010-11 Season Preview.................................................................................................... 2-3

SEAWOLF

QUICK FACTS

COACHING STAFF/ROSTER

GENERAL INFORMATION Name: University of Alaska Anchorage Location: 3211 Providence Dr. Anchorage, AK 99508 Founded: 1977 Enrollment: 20,242 Nickname: Seawolves Colors: Green & Gold Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Great Northwest Athletic Conf. Chancellor: Fran Ulmer Athletics Director: Dr. Steve Cobb Athletic Dept. Phone: 907-786-1250 Ticket Office Phone: 907-786-1293

COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Rusty Osborne, 7th year Alma Mater: Texas, 1988 Record at UAA/Career: 110-67 Office Phone: 907-786-1042 Email: coachoz@uaa.alaska.edu Assistant Coach: Ryan Orton, 2nd year Alma Mater: Eastern Oregon, ‘96 Office Phone: 907-786-4839 Email: anrpo@uaa.alaska.edu Grad. Assistant Coach: Casey Reed, 2nd year Alma Mater: Seattle Pacific, ’09 Office Phone: 907-786-1228 Email: ancjr@uaa.alaska.edu

TEAM INFORMATION 2009-10 Record: 17-10 2009-10 GNAC Record/Finish: 8-8 (5th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 7/3 Starters Returning/Lost: 3/2 Newcomers: 11 (including 2 redshirts) Home Arenas (capacity): Sullivan Arena (8,700) & Wells Fargo Sports Complex (1,000)

PROGRAM HISTORY First Year of Men’s Basketball: 1977-78 All-Time Record: 597-365 (.621) NCAA Appearances: 14 (Last–2008 NCAA Semis)

SPORTS INFORMATION SID/M.Basketball Contact: Nate Sagan Office Phone: 907-786-1295 Email: nate@uaa.alaska.edu SID Fax: 907-563-4565 WFSC Courtside Phone: 907-786-4877 Assistant SID: Dallas Baldwin Office: 907-786-4625 Email: dallas@uaa.alaska.edu Website: GoSeawolves.com

2010-11 Seawolf Roster ........................................................................................................3 Head Coach Rusty Osborne ...................................................................................................4 Assistant Coaches & Support Staff .......................................................................................5

SEAWOLF PLAYER PROFILES Returning Players Casey Robinson .................................................................................................................6 Drew Robinson ..................................................................................................................7 Brandon Walker............................................................................................................. 8-9 Bryce Arnott ....................................................................................................................10 Liam Gibcus ....................................................................................................................11 Lonnie Ridgeway ............................................................................................................12 Steve White .....................................................................................................................13 Returning Redshirts – Jesse Blandford & Phillip Hearn .....................................................14 Newcomers Boomer Blossom/Kyle Fossman/Mario Gill/Jeremy Jones ............................................15 Matt Peterson/Chris Plooy...............................................................................................16 Taylor Rohde/Travis Thompson/Chris Weitzel ..............................................................17

UAA STATISTICS/RECORDS/HISTORY Great Northwest Athletic Conference/Seawolf Facilities ...................................................18 2009-10 Seawolf Year in Review........................................................................................19 Seawolf Record Book .................................................................................................... 20-31 All-Time Individual Records...........................................................................................20 All-Time Team Records ..................................................................................................21 Single-Season Stats Leaders...................................................................................... 22-23 Career Stats Leaders .................................................................................................. 23-24 Year-by-Year Coaching Records & Team Finishes .......................................................25 NCAA Tournament History ............................................................................................26 Records vs. All Opponents ........................................................................................ 27-28 Year-by-Year Statistics ...................................................................................................28 All-Time Results ....................................................................................................... 29-33 All-Time Letterwinners ...................................................................................................34 Honor Roll ................................................................................................................. 35-36 Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout ................................................................................37

UAA & ALASKA UAA Administration............................................................................................................38 Anchorage & Alaska..................................................................................Inside Back Cover

PRIMARY MEDIA OUTLETS Please address all media inquiries to Sports Information Director and MBB contact Nate Sagan: UAA Athletics 3211 Providence Dr. Anchorage, AK 99508 (907) 786-1295 nate@uaa.alaska.edu

SUPPORT STAFF Athletic Trainer: Chris Volk Office Phone: 907-786-1326 Ticket Manager: Mary Beth Wooden Office Phone: 907-786-1293 The 2010-11 UAA Men’s Basketball media guide was written, edited, designed and compiled by sports information director Nate Sagan. Editorial and cover design assistance was provided by Dallas Baldwin. Primary photography by Michael Dinneen. It is the policy of UAA to provide services and benefits to all students and employees without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability or status as a Vietnam-era veteran. This official publication was released by the University of Alaska Anchorage to promote Seawolf Men’s Basketball. ON THE COVER: Senior honors candidates Brandon Walker and Casey Robinson.

Anchorage Daily News Beth Bragg — Sports Editor 1001 Northway Drive, Anchorage, AK 99504 Phone: (907) 257-4335 / Fax: (907) 257-4342

KTUU-TV (NBC – Channel 2) John Carpenter — Sports Director 701 E. Tudor Road, Anchorage, AK 99503 Phone: (907) 762-9229 / Fax: (907) 563-3318

The Northern Light University of Alaska Anchorage 3211 Providence Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508 Phone: (907) 786-1567 / Fax: (907) 786-1331

KRUA Radio (88.1 FM) University of Alaska Anchorage 3211 Providence Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508 Phone: (907) 786-6803 / Fax: (907) 786-6809

KCFT-TV (GCI Cable Channel 19) Tom Steigleman – General Manager 6401 E. Northern Lights Blvd. Anchorage, AK 99504 Phone: (907) 377-2020/ Fax: (907) 333-9851

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2010-11 ALASKA ANCHORAGE SEASON PREVIEW

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ed by a proven trio of seniors and four more battle-tested letterwinners, the 2010-11 Alaska Anchorage men’s basketball team has a solid foundation for success in Rusty Osborne’s seventh season as head coach. Mix in eight newcomers and a pair of returning redshirts, and the Seawolves could be set with the ingredients to whip up a postseason berth for the first time since their 2008 Final 4 run. “I think we have an excellent mix with this group,” said seventh-year head coach Rusty Osborne, who has accumulated a 11067 mark on the Seawolf bench. “We not only have talent at every position, but we have great leadership from all three of our seniors. They will be able to help the new players learn the system and maximize our team’s potential.” Osborne’s system revolves around defense and three-point accuracy – two areas where the Seawolves have excelled in recent years. Last season UAA led the Great Northwest Athletic Conference in scoring defense for the fifth straight campaign, and the team has finished in the top 10 in NCAA Div. II in terms of three-point percentage for four of the last five years. Leading the way on both ends of the court will be senior wing Brandon Walker, a returning first-team All-GNAC pick last year after averaging 15.4 points, 5.3 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game. The 6-3, 200-pounder scored in double figures in 22 of UAA’s last 25 games, including nine outings with 20 points or more. Despite a midseason threepoint slump as a junior, Walker has still managed to shoot 38 percent from long range and nearly 50 percent overall for his career. Along with Walker, the only other Seawolf to start all 27 games last year was senior forward Casey Robinson. After sitting out 2008-09 because of a knee injury, Robinson returned in full force for his junior season, averaging 12.0 points, 3.8 rebounds and knocking down a team-high 66 threepointers. The all-league honorable mention selection was a defensive force too, easily leading the Seawolves in charges taken. UAA’s third senior, Drew Robinson (no relation to Casey), is eager to show what he can do with a full, healthy season. As a transfer from Salt Lake CC last year, the point guard was a steady presence in the non-conference portion of the schedule before missing nine games at midseason with a stress fracture. Luckily, Robinson seemed to hit his stride at season’s end, putting up 17 points in a win over Alaska Fairbanks and notching 12 points in the season finale victory over 9th-ranked Seattle Pacific. Osborne’s squad features a fourth returning starter in sophomore center Liam Gibcus. As a rookie, the 6-10, 245-pound Australian

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RIGHT: Casey Robinson earned honorable mention All-GNAC honors in 2009-10. BELOW LEFT: First-team All-GNAC guard Brandon Walker led UAA with 15.4 points per game last year. BELOW RIGHT: Point guard Drew Robinson is one of four returning starters for the Seawolves in 2010-11.

averaged 3.9 points and 2.3 rebounds, while shooting the second-best field goal percentage (.512) for a freshman in Seawolf history. Also returning from last season is another pair of Aussies – guards Steve White and Bryce Arnott. White, a 6-0 junior, showed steady improvement throughout his second season, playing 13.4 minutes per game and shooting a steady 48 percent from the field. Arnott, meanwhile, appeared in all but one game, logging 12.5 minutes and averaging 2.3 points. Both will be in the mix for more minutes in the backcourt this year. UAA’s final returning letterwinner returns from the 2008-09 season and will not be eligible until late December, but it will be a huge addition to get Anchorage native Lonnie Ridgeway back into the fold. After

playing in 31 games on UAA’s Final 4 team in 2007-08, the 6-3, 200-pound guard broke out during his sophomore campaign for 9.6 ppg and 3.7 rpg, scoring double figures on 14 occasions. Also returning to the Green & Gold after spending two seasons away is junior guard Phillip Hearn. The former West Anchorage High star redshirted for UAA’s Final 4 squad before transferring briefly to fellow D-II program Christian Brothers. After attending UAA last year, Hearn is now back with the Seawolves, and he should bring an added weapon with a 6-6, 200-pound frame and a deadly jump shot. Another Alaskan, Nome’s Jesse

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2010-11 SEAWOLF ROSTER NUMERICAL ROSTER NO. NAME 1 2 3 11 14 20 21 22 23 24 25 30 31 32 34 44 45 RS

Drew Robinson Mario Gill Bryce Arnott Travis Thompson Steve White Chris Plooy Jesse Blandford Brandon Walker Lonnie Ridgeway Kyle Fossman Phillip Hearn Jeremy Jones Chris Weitzel Liam Gibcus Taylor Rohde Casey Robinson Matt Peterson Boomer Blossom

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190 180 215 190 190 200 190 200 200 180 200 190 245 245 255 230 265 180

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

1V TR 1V HS 2V TR RS 2V 2V HS TR TR TR 1V TR 1V TR HS

HOMETOWN (High School/Previous Team) Lehi, Utah (LHS/Salt Lake CC) Portland, Ore. (Wilson HS/Eastern Arizona College) Clyde, Australia (Haileybury College) Anchorage (Dimond HS) Manly, Australia (Scots College) Anchorage (Dimond HS/Green River [Wash.] CC) Nome (Nome-Beltz HS) Hayward, Calif. (Bishop O’Dowd HS/Loyola Marymount) Anchorage (Heritage Christian HS) Haines (Haines HS) Anchorage (West HS/Christian Brothers) Gresham, Ore. (Sam Barlow HS/Mt. Hood CC) Gresham, Ore. (GHS/Mt. Hood CC) Lysterfield, Australia (Whitefriars College) Phoenix, Ariz. (Pinnacle HS/Arizona State) Manila, Utah (Manila HS/Eastern Wyoming College) Yakima, Wash. (Eisenhower HS/Whatcom CC) Soldotna (Soldotna HS)

HEAD COACH: Rusty Osborne (Texas ’88), 7th season ASSISTANT COACH: Ryan Orton (Eastern Oregon ’96), 2nd season GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH: Casey Reed (Seattle Pacific ’09), 2nd season PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Hearn ........... HERN Liam ............. LEE-um Rohde .......... ROE-dee Weitzel ........ WHITE-zel

SEAWOLVES BY CLASS Seniors (3) C. Robinson, D. Robinson, Walker Juniors (8) Gill, Hearn, Jones, Peterson, Ridgeway, Rohde, Weitzel, White Sophomores (3) Arnott, Gibcus, Plooy Freshmen (4) Blandford, Blossom, Fossman, Thompson

Blandford, will try to crack the backcourt lineup after redshirting last year. Among the newcomers, junior center Taylor Rohde comes to UAA as the program’s first-ever transfer from a “power” conference, having spent his first two seasons at Arizona State. The 2008 Arizona Gatorade and Phoenix Metro Player of the Year had a legendary career at Pinnacle High School, where he averaged 29.5 points and 12.0 rebounds as a senior and set at least 15 school records. Like Casey Robinson, the 6-9, 255pound Rohde also has a knack for defense, leading ASU in charges taken last year. Joining Rohde up front will be fellow junior transfers Matt Peterson (6-7, 265), Jeremy Jones (6-7, 190) and Chris Weitzel (6-7, 245). Peterson, from Whatcom (Wash.) Community College, and Jones, from Mt. Hood (Ore.) CC, were both NWAACC all-

SEAWOLVES BY STATE/COUNTRY Alaska (6): Blandford, Blossom, Fossman, Hearn, Ridgeway, Thompson Oregon (3): Gill, Jones, Weitzel Utah (2): C. Robinson, D. Robinson California (1): Walker Arizona (1): Rohde Washington (1): Peterson Australia (3): Arnott, Gibcus, White

stars last season. Weitzel, a teammate of Peterson’s at Mt. Hood, was a highly recruited football star coming out of high school and should provide a physical force in the paint for the Seawolves. At small forward, sophomore Chris Plooy returns to his hometown after one year at Green River (Wash.) CC, where he averaged 13.4 points and 6.0 rebounds. The 6-5, 200-pounder was a first-team all-state player as a senior at Dimond High, helping the Lynx to the 2009 Alaska 4A state title. In the backcourt, junior transfer Mario Gill also brings impressive credentials. At Eastern Arizona College, the 6-2, 180-pounder averaged double-figure scoring in both his freshman and sophomore seasons, while shooting nearly 40 percent from three-point range. He showed off his athleticism as well, averaging nearly six rebounds per game

from the off-guard position. As a prep star in Portland, Ore., Gill was the 2008 Portland Interscholastic League’s Player of the Year and a first-team all-state honoree at Wilson High School. A pair of true freshmen from Alaska will also don the Green & Gold in 2010-11 as Haines’ Kyle Fossman and Dimond’s Travis Thompson make their collegiate debuts. Fossman was the 2010 Alaska Gatorade Player of the Year last season, leading his team to its second Class 3A state title in three years with averages of 26.7 points, 6.6 assists, 5.6 rebounds and 3.0 steals. Thompson was the Alaska 4A Player of the Year, averaging 20 points, six assists and five rebounds per game before suffering a seasonending broken hand in the region playoffs. He also teamed with Plooy on Dimond’s 2009 state-title squad.

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HEAD COACH RUSTY OSBORNE

Head Coach

RUSTY OSBORNE

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fter leading Alaska Anchorage to five straight winning seasons — including NCAA Tournaments in 2006, 2007 and 2008 — Rusty Osborne has clearly established himself among the top coaches in both Division II basketball and school history. Under Osborne’s leadership, UAA has gone 99-51 over the past five seasons, including victories over four Division I teams and 10 nationally ranked D-II teams. In 2007-08, Osborne earned the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Coach-ofthe-Year award as UAA posted the best record in school history (29-6), won its first GNAC title, and advanced to the Div. II Final Four for the first time in 20 years. The Seawolves produced a pair of AllAmericans as they rose as high as No. 4 in the national polls and earned their first-ever No. 1 NCAA Tournament seed. In the four of the last five campaigns, Osborne’s teams have finished in the top 10 of the NCAA Div. II national stats in both three-point and free-throw percent-

THE OSBORNE FILE Education: B.S., Education, Univ. of Texas, 1988; M.A., Educational Administration, Texas State, ‘90 Record at UAA: 110-67, 6 years NCAA Tournaments: 3 NCAA Div. II Final Four: 2008 UAA Assistant: 1991-2004 (13 yrs) age. In 2008-09, UAA was 2nd nationally from the charity stripe and 7th from long range. Osborne’s squads have also gained a reputation for defense, leading the GNAC in points allowed the last five seasons. From 1991-2004, Osborne spent 13 seasons as an assistant with the Seawolves, including 11 years as Charlie Bruns’ chief assistant. The Houston, Texas, native joined the UAA staff after serving under former Seawolf coach Harry Larrabee three seasons (1988-91) at Div. I Southwest Texas State. The Seawolves have won 64 percent of their games with Osborne on the staff, claiming four conference titles and eight trips to the NCAA Division II Tournament. As an assistant, he was responsible for the recruitment of five All-Americans, 12 allregion players, 28 all-conference performers and five league Players of the Year. Overall,

Recent Seawolves such as Luke Cooper (14), Carl Arts (34) and McCade Olsen (right) have gone on to play professionally overseas after their UAA careers.

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Osborne and the Seawolves cut down their homecourt nets after winning the 2008 NCAA Div. II West Regionals. 17 of his players have gone on to the professional ranks in the United States and abroad, including recent stars such as Carl Arts, Peter Bullock, Kemmy Burgess and Luke Cooper. Since coming to UAA, Osborne has been involved in organizing Seawolf Outreach games in Barrow, Kotzebue, Kenai and Fort Richardson. He is also the director of the Sullivan Arena Jumpshot Basketball Camp and has put on many clinics in rural Alaska. Before moving to the collegiate ranks, Osborne worked for one year as an assistant at Hyde Park Baptist High School in Austin, Texas, helping the Panthers to a 36-8 finish and a state championship. Osborne prepped at Alief-Elsik High in Houston, where he was a two-time alldistrict selection. Collegiately, he lettered his freshman season at Mary Hardin-Baylor, and redshirted at Eastern New Mexico. He and his wife Staci are the parents of five children — sons Sagan, Austin and Kylan, and daughters J.J. and Kadyn.

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SEAWOLF COACHING & SUPPORT STAFF

RYAN ORTON

CASEY REED

Assistant Coach • 2nd Season

Grad. Asst. Coach • 2nd Season

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yan Orton returns to Alaska Anchorage for his second season as an assistant coach on Rusty Osborne’s men’s basketball staff in 2010-11. A native of Creswell, Ore., Orton brings extensive experience at both the Division I and Division II levels, including two seasons at Great Northwest Athletic Conference rival Northwest Nazarene. Prior to joining UAA, coached at D-I program Montana State from 2006-08, where he was responsible for both recruiting and team academic development, while serving as position coach for post players. In his time with the program, the Bobcats had a 100 percent graduation rate, produced five Academic All-Big Sky honorees and earned the athletic department’s 2006-07 Allison Award, given to the MSU team whose overall GPA improves most from one year to the next. At NNU from 2004-06, Orton was involved in every facet of the program from on-court instruction and scouting to scheduling and fund-raising. He also proved one of the GNAC’s top young recruiters, signing the league’s 2007 Newcomer of the Year and the 2006 Idaho High School State Player of the Year. Orton also brings head-coaching experience to UAA, having directed the program at Lane (Ore.) Community College in 200304. At LCC, his team led the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges South Region in points per game and ranked third overall among 36 NWAACC schools. Orton got his start in college coaching at D-I Eastern Washington from 1998-2003, serving on the staff that produced the Big Sky Conference’s best overall record over four seasons (2000-03). He earned a B.S. in health and physical education from Eastern Oregon in 1996 and is currently pursuing a master’s in physical education from Eastern Washington. As a player at EOU he was the 1996 team MVP and captain, earning honorable mention All-Cascade Conference honors. He also played collegiately at Northwest Christian University in Eugene, Ore., from 1991-93.

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asey Reed enters his second season of college coaching in 2010-11 as a graduate assistant on Rusty Osborne’s staff. Reed was a second-team All-Great Northwest Athletic Conference player at rival Seattle Pacific, helping the Falcons to consecutive NCAA Tournament second-round appearances as a junior and senior. In 2009 he was SPU’s team MVP, most inspirational player and co-captain, averaging 11.2 points, 4.9 rebounds more than one blocked shot per game. A two-time GNAC All-Academic selection, Reed was also recognized for his classroom work as a CoSIDA Academic All-District honoree. Reed played Division I basketball at the U.S. Naval Academy as a freshman in 2005-06 and was a first-team all-state selection as a senior at Canby (Ore.) High School.

CHRIS VOLK Head Athletic Trainer 17th Season

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ead athletic trainer Chris Volk is in her 17th season with the UAA Athletic Department in 2010-11. Volk cares for the treatment and prevention of injuries to Seawolf student-athletes and manages the overall operation of the Sport Medicine office. A 1979 graduate of the University of Dayton with a bachelor’s degree in biology, Volk also earned a master’s degree in biology from UD in 1986. She is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association. She and her husband Rick are the parents of three children — Megan, Cody and Casey.

SPORTS MEDICINE STAFF Head Team Physician Jeff Moore, MD Team Physician Emeritus William G. Mills, Jr., MD Team Physicians Richard McEvoy, MD Paul Steer, MD Sports Medicine Consultants Joella Beard, MD Keith Brownsberger, MD Leo Bustad, MD Leslie Dean, MD Jay Derksen, DM Mary Ann Foland, MD

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Robert Gieringer, MD Larry Levine, MD C.J. Little, MD Nell Loftin, MD Brett Mason, DO William J. Mills, MD David McGuire, MD Jan Nyboer, MD Elisha Powell, MD Douglas Prevost, MD Bret Rosane, MD Greg Stone, DM George Stransky, MD Kenneth Swayman, DPM Tom Vasileff, MD Judith Whitcomb, MD

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Casey Robinson #44 Senior / 1VL 6-6 / 230 lbs / Forward Manila, Utah Manila HS Eastern Wyoming College 2009-10: Earned All-GNAC Honorable Mention honors after leading Seawolves with 66 three-pointers and ranking second on squad with 12.0 points per game … one of two Seawolves to start all 27 games … posted GNAC ranks of 2nd in 3FGs per game (2.4, 78th nationally), 11th in 3FG% (.407), 19th in steals per game (1.0) and 21st in scoring … earned GNAC Player of the Week honors for performance at Dec. 11-12 Glacier Classic … earned team’s Best Defensive Player and Jim Hajdukovich ‘Iron Man’ awards for Seawolf squad that led GNAC in scoring defense … easily paced Seawolves in unofficial category of ‘charges taken’ … scored double digits on 16 occasions, including UAA season-best 30 points (10-17 FG, 6-13 3FG, 4-4 FT) in road victory over Western Oregon … had 18 points — including game-winning free throw in final seconds — of 67-66 road win over eventual NCAA qualifier Central Washington … other top outings included 26 points (8-16 FG, 6-14 3FG, 4-5 FT) in home loss to NW Nazarene; 15 points (5-9 FG, 3-6 3FG), 4 assists, no turnovers and 2 steals in home win over 9thranked Seattle Pacific; and 16 points (6-11 FG, 4-9 3FG) in home win over Saint Martin’s. 2008-09: Took redshirt after suffering knee injury three games into season … led Seawolves with 15.0 points per game at Disney’s West Coast Tip-Off Classic. BEFORE UAA: Averaged 17.5 points and 4.5 rebounds as sophomore at Eastern Wyoming in 2007-08 … shot 42 percent (82197) from long range and 81 percent (142-176) on free throws … helped Lancers to 24-12 record and NJCAA Region IX title … scored season-high 37 points against 2nd-ranked Southern Idaho … second-leading scorer at NJCAA National Tournament, totaling 52 points (10-20 3FG, 14-14 FT) and 6 blocks in EWC’s two games … earned academic all-conference and all-region awards. HIGH SCHOOL: Led Manila High to Class 1A state titles as junior (2005) and sophomore (2004) … averaged 20 points and 12 rebounds as senior … twice earned First Team All-State accolades from both Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret Morning News.

ROBINSON’S CAREER HIGHS Points — 30 at Western Oregon, 2/18/10 Rebounds — 8 at Alaska Fairbanks, 2/6/10 Assists — 5 vs Trinity International, 12/30/09 Blocks — 1, eight times Steals — 5 vs Grace Bible, 12/11/09

PERSONAL: Born Casey Lee Robinson on Sept. 10, 1987 in Rock Springs, Wyo. ... son of Luann and Tim Robinson … interests include hunting, fishing and boating … physical education major.

ROBINSON’S CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS 2008-09 (Jr*) 3-3 2009-10 (Jr) 27-27 TOTALS 30-30

MP-Avg FG-Att Pct 3FG-Att Pct 89/29.7 17-38 .447 9- 25 .360 752/27.9 109-236 .462 66-162 .407 841/28.0 126-274 .460 75-187 .401

FT-FTA Pct 2-4 .500 39-50 .780 41-54 .759

OR-DR-Reb/Avg 5- 5- 10/3.3 38-65-103/3.8 43-70-113/3.8

PF-D 9-0 72-1 81-1

A 4 43 47

TO 8 34 42

B 1 7 8

S Pts/Avg 1 45/15.0 26 323/12.0 27 368/12.3

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Drew Robinson #1 Senior / 1VL 6-1 / 185 lbs / Guard Lehi, Utah Lehi HS Salt Lake CC 2009-10: Started 12 of 18 games played at point guard, pacing Seawolves with 2.9 assists per game … missed nine games at midseason with stress fracture in foot … led team with 1.1 steals per game and ranked second in FT% at .821 … earned team’s Most Inspirational Player award at season-ending banquet … scored in double figures on six occasions, including season-high 17 points (6-11 FG, 4-4 FT) in 81-78 home win over Alaska Fairbanks … finished strong with 12 points (3-3 FG, 6-8 FT) in season-finale victory over 9th-ranked Seattle Pacific … other top performances included 10 points (3-6 FG, 2-3 3FG), 5 rebounds and 3 assists in Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout win over Division I Nicholls State; 14 points (5-8 FG, 4-6 3FG) in road win over Western Oregon; and 7 assists apiece in wins over West Region foes Grand Canyon and Western New Mexico, committing just one turnover in those two games. BEFORE UAA: Played two seasons at JC power Salt Lake Community College, helping Bruins to 2008-09 NJCAA Div. I national title, 2007-08 NJCAA runner-up, back-to-back Region 18 titles and a 63-10 combined record … as sophomore in ’08-09, averaged 7.3 points, 3.0 rebounds, 2.9 assists and better than 2-to-1 assist-turnover ratio, shooting .459 FG, .403 3FG (31-77), and .841 (74-88) FT … prior to SLCC, took redshirt season at Division I program Southern Utah in 2004-05, and served 2-year LDS mission in Philippines from 2005-07. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter at Lehi High, helping Pioneers three straight conference titles from 2002-04 … twice earned first-team all-state and team MVP honors … made All-Tournament Team at State tourney as junior and senior, leading Pioneers to 2004 Class 3A state title game … averaged 13 points, 8 assists and 5 rebounds as senior … also lettered three times in golf. PERSONAL: Born Drew David Robinson on Nov. 12, 1985 in Utah ... son of Dianna and David Robinson … enjoys reading, movies and music … history major.

ROBINSON’S CAREER HIGHS Points — 17 vs Alaska Fairbanks, 2/24/10 Rebounds — 6, twice (last: vs Grace Bible, 12/11/09) Assists — 7, twice (last: vs Chaminade, 12/20/09) Blocks — 1, four times Steals — 4 vs Western New Mexico, 12/19/09

ROBINSON’S CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS 2009-10 (Jr) 18-12 TOTALS 18-12

MP-Avg 391/21.7 391/21.7

FG-Att Pct 3FG-Att Pct 39-93 .419 13-33 .394 39-93 .419 13-33 .394

FT-FTA Pct 32-39 .821 32-39 .821

OR-DR-Reb/Avg 6-38-44/2.4 6-38-44/2.4

PF-D 38-2 38-2

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A 52 52

TO 34 34

B 4 4

S 19 19

Pts/Avg 123/6.8 123/6.8

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Brandon Walker #22 Senior / 2VL 6-3 / 200 lbs / Guard Hayward, California Bishop O’Dowd HS Loyola Marymount 2009-10: Garnered First Team All-Great Northwest Athletic Conference at Team MVP honors … led Seawolves with 15.4 points and 0.5 blocks per game, and ranked second in rebounding (5.3 rpg) and field-goal pct. (.509, 96th nationally) … posted GNAC ranks of 6th in scoring, 12th in FG%, 14th in rebounding, 15th in assists (2.4 apg) and 3rd in minutes (34.5 mpg) … one of two Seawolves to start all 27 games … scored in double digits in 22 of last 25 outings, including nine games of 20 or more … earned All-Tournament honors at Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout after ranking No. 2 in scoring (23.0 ppg) in all-Division I tourney … named Most Outstanding Player of AT&T Jamboree after leading UAA to wins over Western New Mexico and Chaminade … scored season-high 27 points (8-13 FG, 5-8 3FG, 6-7 FT) in Shootout loss to Pac-10 foe Washington State … earned Carrs/Safeway Player of the Game honors with 21 points (8-10 FG, 3-4 3FG), 6 rebounds and 4 assists in victory over Nicholls State … other top outings included 23 points (8-12 FG, 2-2 3FG), 9 rebounds and 2 steals in season-finale victory over 9th-ranked and GNAC champ Seattle Pacific; 23 points (8-16 FG, 7-8 FT) and 9 rebounds in home win over nationally ranked Western Washington; 19 points (8-13 FG), 6 rebounds and 3 assists in home win over Saint Martin’s; and 20 points (5-10 FG, 4-7 3FG, 6-6 FT) in victory over Chaminade … honored at season-ending team banquet with Bob Zundel Rebounders Trophy, awarded to Seawolf who best displays qualities of sportsmanship and leadership toward teammates, coaches, referees, opponents, media and fans … UAA Athlete of the Year nominee … will enter senior season ranked 29th on UAA career lists for both points (747) and rebounds (310). 2008-09: Third-leading scorer for Seawolves as a sophomore with 11.4 points per game … ranked second on squad in rebounding (5.7 rpg) and blocks (0.7 bpg) … finished with Great Northwest Athletic Conference ranks of 7th in 3FG% (.423), 13th in rebounding, 18th in FT% (.768) and 23rd in scoring … posted team-high three doubledoubles, including 23-point, 17-rebound performance Jan. 3 against Lincoln Christian … scored double digits in 17 games and had 7

WALKER’S CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS MP-Avg FG-Att Pct 3FG-Att Pct FT-FTA Pct OR-DR-Reb/Avg PF-D A 2008-09 (So) 29-20 893-30.8 117-247 .474 44-104 .423 53- 69 .768 51-115-166/5.7 69-2 37 2009-10 (Jr) 27-27 932-34.5 147-289 .509 34- 99 .343 88-122 .721 53- 91-144/5.3 60-1 64 TOTALS 56-47 1825-32.6 264-536 .493 78-203 .384 141-191 .738 104-206-310/5.5 129-3 101

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All-America Candidate WALKER’S CAREER HIGHS Points — 28 vs Virginia State, 12/12/08 Rebounds — 17 vs Lincoln Christian, 1/3/09 Assists — 6, twice (last: at Western Oregon, 2/18/10) Blocks — 3 at Western Oregon, 1/22/09 Steals — 4 vs Northern Illinois, 11/28/08 or more rebounds on 11 occasions … had 13 points (2-3 3FG), 10 rebounds, 4 assists and 1 turnover in 40 minutes in home victory over playoff qualifier Central Washington … also played entire game against Saint Leo in first career start, tallying 18 points (7-14 FG), 11 rebounds and 3 assists … tallied season-high 28 points (9-12 FG, 3-3 3FG, 7-8 FT), along with 9 rebounds and 3 assists, in Glacier Classic victory over Virginia State … other top games included 18 points (7-11 FG, 4-6 3FG), 7 rebounds and 3 blocks in win at Western Oregon; 23 points (7-12 FG, 4-7 3FG, 5-7 FT), 6 rebounds, 2 blocks and 2 steals in Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout loss to Div. I Hampton; and 17 points (6-12 FG, 3-7 3FG, 2-3 FT) in home win over Montana State Billings. BEFORE UAA: Played freshman season at Division I program Loyola Marymount in 2007-08, averaging 2.9 points, 1.6 rebounds and 0.7 assists in 11.4 minutes per game … played in all 28 games for the Lions. HIGH SCHOOL: Helped Bishop O’Dowd High to consecutive playoff appearances, including a 26-7 record and a spot in the Division III championship game as a senior … named Bay Area Co-Player of the Year, First-Team All-Bay Area, and San Francisco Chronicle All-Metro third team … averaged 14 points per game as a senior … … scored 24 points in Div. III title-game loss to nationally 10thranked Artesia, despite suffering from allergy infection that had his eyes nearly swollen shut … as a junior, helped BOHS to 19-9 record while earning all-conference and All-CIF honors … averaged 19 points per game, including 25 in a playoff quarterfinal victory over Miramonte … 4-year varsity letterwinner. PERSONAL: Born Brandon Jamal Walker on April 25, 1989 ... son of Beverly and Randy Walker … interests include music and video games … sociology major.

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Bryce arnott #3 Sophomore / 1VL 6-1 / 200 lbs / Guard Clyde, Australia Haileybury College 2009-10: Appeared in 26 of 27 games as true freshman, including two starting assignments … tallied season-best 9 points (4-5 FG) in road loss at Saint Martin’s … other top games included 7 points (3-6 FG, 1-1 3FG), 5 rebounds, 1 assists and no turnovers in 20 minutes of 67-66 win at Central Washington; and 4 points (2-2 FG), 2 rebounds and 2 assists in road win over Hawaii Pacific. BEFORE UAA: Gained extensive national and international experience, playing on Victoria state squads since age 13 … most recently represented Australia in 2009 Under-19 World Championship for Men in Auckland, New Zealand … played for gold-medal Victoria squad at 2008 U-20 Australian Championship, and again for bronze-medal side in 2009 … played on Aussie team that defeated New Zealand 3-0 in 2008 World Championship qualifier … won gold medals with Victoria U-18 (2007) and U-16 (2004) teams as well … starred for hometown Dandenong Rangers club team. PERSONAL: Born April 23, 1990 in Australia ... son of Anne and Craig Arnott … other sports interests include Australian rules football and snowboarding … physical education major.

ARNOTT’S CAREER HIGHS Points — 9, twice (last: at Saint Martin’s, 2/20/10) Rebounds — 5 at Central Washington, 1/16/10 Assists — 3, twice (last: at MSU Billings, 2/27/10) Blocks — 1 vs Trinity International, 12/31/09 Steals — 2 vs Trinity International, 12/31/09

ARNOTT’S CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS 2009-10 (Fr) 26– 2 TOTALS 26– 2

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MP-Avg 324/12.5 324/12.5

FG-Att Pct 3FG-Att Pct 23-64 .359 11-39 .282 23-64 .359 11-39 .282

FT-FTA Pct 2-5 .400 2-5 .400

OR-DR-Reb/Avg 9-38-47/1.8 9-38-47/1.8

PF-D 31-0 31-0

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Liam Gibcus #32 Sophomore / 1VL 6-10 / 235 lbs / Post Lysterfield, Australia Whitefriars College 2009-10: Played in all 27 games as true freshman for UAA squad that went 17-10 … cracked top 5 on Seawolf all-time freshman lists for field-goal pct. (.512, 2nd) and games started (16, tie-5th) … tallied season-high 10 points (4-4 FG, 2-3 FT) in just 12 minutes of home victory over Chaminade … had 9 points and 7 rebounds in collegiate debut as UAA earned road win over American Sports U. … other top performances included 9 points (2-2 FG, 5-6 FT) and 3 rebounds in home win over Western New Mexico; 9 points (4-7 FG) and 5 rebounds in road win over Western Oregon; 9 points (4-7 FG) and 6 rebounds in 81-78 home win over Alaska Fairbanks; and season-high 4 assists in season-finale win over 9th-ranked Seattle Pacific … honored with team’s Most Improved Player award at season-ending banquet. BEFORE UAA: Averaged 14.0 points, 8.2 rebounds and 53% FG in 2009 for Knox Raiders of SEABL Development League, finishing in the top 10 in all three stats categories ... earned team MVP honors as Raiders finished runner-up in D-League Grand Final … scored in double figures in all but two games, including seasonhighs of 29 points (11-16 FG) and 14 rebounds in a May 2 win over Ballarat ... posted five double-doubles, including an 18-point, 12-rebound performance in playoff semifinal win over Nunawading on Aug. 9 ... played with fellow incoming UAA freshman Bryce Arnott on the Victorian Metro Under-20 State team, averaging 9.5 points and 4.0 rebounds … helped squads finish 4th as national tournament in 2006 and 2007 … also competed in swimming and Aussie Rules football at Whitefriars … earned academic awards for excellence in English, psychology and physics. PERSONAL: Born Liam Philip Gibcus on Nov. 2, 1990 in Australia ... son of Pauline and Philip Gibcus … interests include music, guitar, motorcycles and waterskiing … civil engineering major.

GIBCUS’ CAREER HIGHS Points — 10 vs Chaminade, 12/20/09 Rebounds — 7 vs American Sports, 11/11/09 Assists — 4 vs Seattle Pacific, 3/6/10 Blocks — 2 vs Grand Canyon, 12/12/09 Steals — 2 vs Washington State, 11/25/09

GIBCUS’ CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS 2009-10 (Fr) 27-16 TOTALS 27-16

MP-Avg 352/13.0 352/13.0

FG-Att Pct 3FG-Att Pct 43-84 .512 0-0 .000 43-84 .512 0-0 .000

FT-FTA Pct 19-28 .679 19-28 .679

OR-DR-Reb/Avg 29-32-61/2.3 29-32-61/2.3

PF-D 62-2 62-2

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Lonnie Ridgeway #23 Junior / 2VL 6-3 / 200 lbs / Guard Anchorage Heritage Christian HS 2009-10: Did not attend school or play basketball. 2008-09: Team’s 4th-leading scorer (9.6 ppg) and rebounder (3.7 rpg) as a sophomore ... played in all 29 games, including 11 starts ... shot 2nd-best FG% (.512) on squad from off-guard position, and was third with 26 steals ... scored in double digits 14 times ... improved stats to 10.0 ppg, .542 FG and 3.8 rpg in Great Northwest Athletic Conference play, despite coming off bench in all 16 contests ... had career-highs of 24 points (10-14 FG, 2-2 3FG) and 9 rebounds in 2-point loss at playoff qualifier Seattle Pacific ... had then-careerhigh 13 points (5-12 FG, 2-4 3FG), 4 rebounds and 3 assists in Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout victory over Louisiana Tech ... other top games included 14 points (5-9 FG) in victory over St. Thomas; 22 points (9-13 FG), 5 rebounds and 5 assists in Jan. 3 win over Lincoln Christian; 19 points (8-11 FG) in home loss to eventual GNAC champ Western Washington; 11 points and 8 rebounds in home win over MSU Billings; 12 points (4-8 FG, 4-4 FT) and careerhigh 4 steals in home win over Saint Martin’s; and 15 points (6-8 FG, 3-3 FT) in season finale victory over Western Oregon. 2007-08: Saw action in 31 games, averaging 2.3 points and 1.3 rebounds for Seawolf team that posted best record in school history (29-6), won Great Northwest Athletic Conference, and advanced to NCAA Semifinals ... scored 8 points (3-5 FG, 1-1 3FG) and dished 2 assists in 95-90 2OT win at 11th-ranked BYU-Hawaii ... had 8 points, 7 assists, 3 assists, 0 turnovers and 3 steals in win over Texas-Permian Basin (Dec. 7) ... other top outings included 6 points and 5 rebounds in home win over MSU Billings; 4 points (2-4 FG) and 4 rebounds in home win over Western Oregon that clinched GNAC title; and 5 points (2-4 FG, 1-2 3FG) in home win over 23rd-ranked NW Nazarene.

PERSONAL: Born Lonnie Dee Ridgeway III on March 1, 1988 in Anchorage ... son of Lonnie, Jr. and Janice Ridgeway ... sociology major.

2006-07: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Voted 2006 Class 3A Player the Year by Alaska media after helping Heritage Christian to back-to-back Class 3A state titles ... averaged 17.5 points and 6.4 rebounds and amassed four double-doubles as a senior.

RIDGEWAY’S CAREER HIGHS Points — 24 at Seattle Pacific, 2/19/09 Rebounds — 9 at Seattle Pacific, 2/19/09 Assists — 5, twice (last vs Lincoln Christian, 1/3/09) Blocks — 2 vs Alaska Fairbanks, 1/12/08 Steals — 4 vs Saint Martin’s, 3/5/09

RIDGEWAY’S CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS 2006-07 (Fr) 2007-08 (Fr) 31- 0 2008-09 (So) 29-11 TOTALS 60-11

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FT-FTA Pct REDSHIRT 5-19 .263 11-18 .611 10-27 .370 46-60 .767 15-46 .326 57-78 .731

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10 26 36

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Steve White #14 Junior / 2VL 6-0 / 195 lbs / Guard Manly, Australia Scots College 2009-10: Played key reserve role as sophomore, playing in 24 of 27 games and averaging 13.4 minutes per contest … posted second-best shooting pct. (.481) among Seawolf guards … posted season-highs of 9 points (4-6 FG) and 26 minutes in road loss to nationally ranked Seattle Pacific; other top outings included 9 points (2-4 FG, 5-5 FT) and 3 assists in road loss to NW Nazarene; 5 rebounds in home win over nationally ranked Western Washington; and 5 points (2-2 FG), 2 assists and no turnovers in home victory over SPU. 2008-09: Had solid freshman campaign, playing in 27 of 29 games and averaging 14.5 minutes off the bench … shot .511 from the field and registered positive assist-turnover ratio (40-35) … scored 9 points (4-5 FG) with 3 assists in home win over Alaska Fairbanks; other top games included 9 points (3-3 FG, 1-1 3FG, 2-2 FT) and 3 rebounds in road loss to NW Nazarene; 5 points (2-2 FG, 1-1 3FG), 4 assists and 0 turnovers in home win over Central Washington; and 5 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists in season-ending home win over Western Oregon. HIGH SCHOOL: Led Scots College to New South Wales Combined Independent Schools titles in 2006 and 2007, and three straight GPS Conference titles from 2005-07 … averaged 24.5 points, 5.6 rebounds and 5.2 assists as senior, and 19.5 points, 5.5 assists as junior … played for New South Wales state teams from 2005-08. PERSONAL: Born Steven Chester White on Jan. 11, 1990 in Australia ... son of Julie and David White … physical education major.

WHITE’S CAREER HIGHS Points — 9, four times (last: at NW Nazarene, 1/30/10) Rebounds — 5 vs Western Washington, 2/11/10 Assists — 5 vs Trinity International, 12/31/09 Blocks — 2 vs Seattle Pacific, 2/7/09 Steals — 3 vs Western Washington, 2/5/09

WHITE’S CAREER STATISTICS Season GP-GS 2008-09 (Fr) 27– 0 2009-10 (So) 24– 0 TOTALS 51– 0

MP-Avg 391/14.5 321/13.4 712/14.0

FG-Att 23–45 25–52 48–97

Pct 3FG-Att Pct .357 5-14 .357 .481 4-13 .308 .495 9-27 .333

FT-FTA Pct 12-20 .600 19-26 .731 31-46 .674

OR-DR-Reb/Avg 5– 20– 25/0.9 4– 23– 27/1.1 9– 43– 52/1.0

PF-D 34-1 31-0 65-1

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S 13 10 23

Pts/Avg 63/2.3 73/3.0 136/2.7

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#21 Jesse Blandford

#25 Phillip Hearn

Freshman / RS 6-0 / 190 / Guard Nome Nome-Beltz HS

Junior / TR 6-6 / 200 / Guard-Forward Anchorage West HS / Christian Brothers

2009-10: Redshirted.

2009-10: Took year off from basketball while attending school.

HIGH SCHOOL: Led Nome-Beltz High to ASAA Class 3A State runner-up finish as a senior in 2008-09, earning first-team allstate honors from the Anchorage Daily News and Western Conference Player of the Year … named to 2009 All-State Tournament Team, averaging 16.0 points and 2.3 steals per game, and shooting 94 percent (15-16) from the free-throw line in Nanooks’ three games … powered Nome to 3rd-place finish at State as a junior, scoring 21 points in 60-56 consolation-game victory over Eielson … also earned first-team all-state honors in 2007-08 … three-time All-Western Conference performer and team MVP as Nanooks went 68-14 in last three seasons … 4-year letterwinner … finished as Nome’s all-time scoring king with 1,863 points … Class of 2009 valedictorian … named a ‘Commended Student’ by National Merit Scholarship program.

2008-09: Saw action in three games for fellow NCAA Div. II program Christian Brothers in Memphis, Tenn.

PERSONAL: Born Jesse Daniel Dexter Blandford on Dec. 14, 1990 in Alaska … son of Ann and Brian Blandford … has two brothers and two sisters … enjoys being outdoors and hunting … major is undeclared.

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2007-08: Redshirted for UAA’s Final 4 squad that finished 29-6 and won Great Northwest Athletic Conference title. HIGH SCHOOL: Class 4A first-team all-state selection as a senior at West High in 2006-07, averaging 21 points and 11 rebounds … second-team all-state selection by the Anchorage Daily News in 200506 after helping West to its second straight large-schools state title … as a junior, averaged 13.8 points, 7.4 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game to go along with 55 blocks and shooting numbers of 47.2 percent overall, 42 percent from three-point range, and 83.5 percent on free throws … originally from Mt. Hermon, La., where he played for Mt. Hermon School as a freshman in 2003-04 … earned four varsity letters in baseball as well … National Honors Society student … earned UA Scholars award for finishing in top 10 percent of graduating class. PERSONAL: Born Phillip McConnell Hearn on May 25, 1988 in Anchorage ... son of Brenda and James Hearn … interests include fishing and hunting … civil engineering major.

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Boomer Blossom

#2 Mario Gill

Freshman / HS 6-2 / 180 / Guard Soldotna Soldotna HS

Junior / TR 6-2 / 180 / Guard Portland, Oregon Wilson HS / Eastern Arizona Coll.

2010-11: Will redshirt this season. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned All-Tournament Team selection at 2010 Class 4A State tourney, averaging 18.3 points and 6.3 rebounds per game as Soldotna notched 5th-place finish … named First Team All-Northern Lights Conference … named to all-tourney teams at So-Hi Tip-Off and Grace Christian tournaments … led Stars to So-Hi Tip-Off titles as junior and senior … posted season averages of 20 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals as senior. PERSONAL: Born Brendon Jacob Blossom on April 16, 1992 in Soldotna, Alaska ... son of Mary and Doug Blossom … enjoys hunting and fishing … major is undeclared.

BEFORE UAA: Played two seasons at Eastern Arizona College in Thatcher, Ariz. … as sophomore in 2009-10, averaged impressive all-around stats of 13.1 points, 6.1 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game, shooting 45 percent overall and 39 percent from three-point range … shot 83 percent from the free-throw line as freshman, with season averages of 12.4 ppg, 5.8 rpg and 3.0 apg. HIGH SCHOOL: Enjoyed highly decorated career as prep star at Wilson High in hometown of Portland, Ore. … named 2008 Portland Interscholastic League’s Player of the Year and garnered first-team all-state honors … averaged 18.1 points, 5.1 rebounds and 2.8 assists per game senior season … represented Oregon at prestigious Les Schwab Northwest Shootout all-star game following senior campaign. PERSONAL: Born Mario J. Gill on April 22, 1990 in Portland, Ore. ... son of Marcus Gill, Sr., and Carol Gill … justice major.

#24 Kyle Fossman

#30 Jeremy Jones

Freshman / HS 6-0 / 180 / Guard Haines Haines HS

Junior / TR 6-7 / 190 / Forward Gresham, Oregon Sam Barlow HS / Mt. Hood CC

HIGH SCHOOL: Named 2010 Alaska Gatorade Alaska Player of the Year … averaged 26.7 points, 6.6 assists, 5.6 rebounds and 3.0 steals per game to lead Haines High to its second state title in three seasons … in 2010 Class 3A state championship game, netted 23 points, 13 rebounds, eight assists, three blocks and five steals – including the game-clincher in the final seconds – in 46-45 win over Nome … named Alaska 3A Player of the Year as sophomore when he led Haines to its first-ever state title in 2008 … earned all-conference and team MVP honors all four years … lettered twice in track & field, winning region 400-meter dash title in 2010 … earned Haines class valedictorian honor … attending UAA under UA Scholar program. PERSONAL: Born Kyle James Fossman on Nov. 21, 1991 in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada ... son of Ann and Steve Fossman … interests include guitar and baseball … engineering major.

BEFORE UAA: Posted career averages of 11.0 points and 4.8 rebounds in two seasons at Mt. Hood Community College, earning Second Team All-NWAACC honors as sophomore … scored double figures in 15 of 21 games in 2009-10, with averages of 11.9 ppg, 5.5 rpg and 1.2 steals per game … along with current Seawolf teammate Chris Weitzel, helped MHCC to 20-8 overall record and NWAACC playoff berth … scored career-high 24 points in Jan. 9 win over Portland CC and recorded two double-doubles, including 13 points and 10 rebounds in NWAACC playoff loss to Walla Walla … as freshman, averaged 10.4 ppg and shot 56 percent from the floor and 80 percent from the charity stripe. HIGH SCHOOL: Helped Barlow High to 23-5 record and berth in Oregon 6A State Tournament as senior in 2007-08 … averaged 12 points per game as senior. PERSONAL: Born Jeremy Matthew Jones on Nov. 19, 1989 in Portland, Ore. ... son of Matt and Robyn Jones … nickname is ‘JJ’ … physical education major.

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#45 Matt Peterson

#20 Chris Plooy

Junior / TR 6-7 / 265 / Forward Yakima, Washington Eisenhower HS / Whatcom CC

Sophomore / TR 6-5 / 200 / Forward Anchorage Dimond HS / Green River CC

BEFORE UAA: Played two seasons at Whatcom Community College … helped Orcas to back-to-back NWAACC Tournament appearances, including 5th-place showing as freshman in 200809 … as sophomore in 2009-10, averaged 11.9 points on 51 percent shooting, plus 6.0 rebounds per game … scored careerhigh 32 points (10-14 FG, 12-15 FT) in 86-79 February victory over Bellevue … represented West Division at 2010 NWAACC All-Star Game. HIGH SCHOOL: Helped Eisenhower to 4th-place finish at WIAA Class 4A State Tournament as junior in 2007, equaling school’s best-ever finish … averaged 16 points and 9 rebounds as Cadets captured league and district championships. PERSONAL: Born Matthew Hale Peterson on April 9, 1989 in Yakima, Wash. ... son of Roberta and Mark Peterson … interests include music and shoes … marketing & management major.

BEFORE UAA: Averaged team-high 13.4 points and 6.0 rebounds per game for Green River CC in Auburn, Wash., as freshman in 2009-10 … shot 50 percent from field and 66 percent from freethrow line, along with 4.8 rebounds and 1.2 steals per contest … tallied 20-plus points on five occasions, including career-high 30 points in Jan. 9 OT loss to Centralia … scored 29 points in 80-76 NWAACC playoffs first-round upset over top-seeded Shoreline. HIGH SCHOOL: Garnered first-team all-state honors as senior in 2008-09 and earned All-Cook Inlet Conference accolades three times … teamed with future Seawolf mate Travis Thompson to lead Dimond to Class 4A Alaska state title in 2009 … averaged 14.0 points, 6.3 rebounds and tourney-best 3.3 assists per game to capture All-Tournament Team honors at State; tallied 16 points in 55-52 OT win over Soldotna in title game … also starred in track & field for Lynx, competing in long jump, high jump, triple jump and 400 meters … won 2009 state title in triple jump, missing state record by only one inch with leap of 45 feet, 9.25 inches … other track & field personal-bests were 21-5 in long jump, 6-6 in high jump (state runner-up as junior) and 55.56 in 400 … lettered three times in basketball and twice in track & field. PERSONAL: Born Christopher James Plooy on Oct. 19, 1990 in Anchorage ... son of Julie Plooy and Eric Reed … one of three siblings … hobbies include jet-skiing … major is undeclared.

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#34 Taylor Rohde

#11 Travis Thompson

Junior / TR 6-9 / 255 / Forward Phoenix, Arizona Pinnacle HS / Arizona State

Freshman / HS 6-1 / 190 / Guard Anchorage Dimond HS

BEFORE UAA: Played 46 games in two seasons at Arizona State … saw action in 30 games as sophomore for Sun Devils squad that went 22-11 and narrowly missed 2010 NCAA Tournament berth … averaged 2.2 points and 1.2 rebounds in 2009-10, shooting .533 (24-45) from the field … scored career-high 12 points and grabbed 5 rebounds in Dec. 23 win over South Carolina-Upstate … had 11 points and career-high 6 rebounds in Nov. 20 win over San Francisco … scored 8 points on two occasions and had key 4 points and 4 rebounds in 55-52 win over San Diego State … led team in charges taken and earned ASU’s ‘Iron Man’ award.

BEFORE UAA: Selected Alaska Newspapers Inc./Alaska Coaches Class 4A Player of the Year as senior, averaging 20 points, 6 assists and 5 rebounds per game … led Lynx to state tournament berth despite suffering season-ending broken hand in semifinals of Cook Inlet Conference tournament … honorable mention all-state as junior in 2009, teaming with future Seawolf mate Chris Plooy to lead Lynx to 4A state title … averaged 11.0 points, 3.0 assists, 3.0 steals and shot 50 percent from long range in DHS’s State Tournament run … posted season averages of 15 points as junior and 11 points as sophomore.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named Phoenix All-Metro Player of the Year by The Arizona Republic in 2007-08 after averaging 29.5 points, 12.0 rebounds and shooting 63 percent … member of Republic’s 5-man All-Arizona team three years in a row … set at least 15 school records at Pinnacle High, earning 2008 Gatorade Arizona Player of the Year and being named a McDonald’s All-America nominee … also named 2008 Pima Region Player of the Year … scored school-record-high 47 points and grabbed 18 rebounds as a senior against Horizon High … Pinnacle season records included points (855), scoring avg. (29.5), rebounds (306), free throws made (177), blocks (75) and FG% (.630); career records included points (2,226), rebounds (1,034), free throws made (564), blocks (216) and FG% (.630) … lettered all four years at PHS … twotime MVP of Cactus Classic tourney.

PERSONAL: Born Travis Neal Thompson on Sept. 11, 1991 in Anchorage ... son of Leonisa and Lon Thompson … enjoys tubing and wakeboarding … engineering major.

PERSONAL: Born Taylor Hunter Rohde on May 2, 1990 in Lebanon, N.H. ... son of Karen and Lamont Rohde … oldest of three siblings … natural sciences major.

#31 Chris Weitzel Junior / TR 6-7 / 245 / Forward Gresham, Oregon Gresham HS / Mt. Hood CC BEFORE UAA: Posted career numbers of 8.2 points and 4.9 rebounds in two seasons at Mt. Hood Community College, shooting better than 50 percent from the field both years … showed versatility as sophomore in 2009-10 with averages of 9.5 points, 6.1 rebounds, 1.6 blocks and 1.2 steals per game … along with current Seawolf teammate Jeremy Jones, helped MHCC to 20-8 overall record and NWAACC playoff berth … posted pair of double-doubles, including 17 points (6-6 FG) and 12 rebounds against Umpqua CC on Jan. 22 … had 5 blocks in playoff victory over Green River on Mar. 8 … shot 58 percent from the field as freshman, posting averages of 7.0 ppg and 3.8 rpg. HIGH SCHOOL: Starred in basketball and football at Gresham High, drawing interest from several Pac-10 schools on gridiron … ranked sixth in Oregon Class 4A in blocks per game (1.6) as junior … lost senior season due to ACL injury … lettered three years each in basketball and football and twice in baseball. PERSONAL: Born Christopher Jacob Weitzel on July 5, 1989 in Portland, Ore. ... son of Terry and Annette Weitzel … interests include shoes and video games … business management major.

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tretching from Alaska to Oregon to Montana – and now to Canada – the Great Northwest Athletic Conference has quickly established itself as one of the most successful leagues in the NCAA Division II ranks. Founded in 2001 as a 10-team league, the GNAC this year returns to its original membership number with the addition of Simon Fraser of Burnaby, British Columbia. Along with Montana State Billings, which joined the league in 2007, Simon Fraser joins original GNAC members Alaska Anchorage, Alaska Fairbanks, Central Washington, Northwest Nazarene, Saint Martin’s, Seattle Pacific, Western Oregon and Western Washington in 2010-11. In the last three years alone, the GNAC has produced one national team title (2009 SPU women’s soccer), three national runner-up finishes, three NCAA Final 4 basketball appearances (all by UAA’s men and women), and top-5 NCAA women’s cross country placings by both SPU and UAA in 2009. UAA sponsors seven of the GNAC’s 14 sports – volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, and men’s and women’s outdoor track & field.

2009-10 GNAC MEN’S BASKETBALL STANDINGS W 13 12 10 9 8 7 5 4 4

x-Seattle Pacific (18) x-Western Washington (15) x-Central Washington Montana State Billings ALASKA ANCHORAGE Northwest Nazarene Western Oregon Saint Martin’s Alaska Fairbanks x-NCAA Tournament qualifier ( ) national rank in parentheses

CONFERENCE L PCT 3 .813 4 .750 6 .625 7 .563 8 .500 9 .438 11 .313 12 .250 12 .250

GB — 1.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 8.0 9.0 9.0

OVERALL W L PCT 22 6 .786 26 6 .813 16 11 .593 15 10 .600 17 10 .630 15 12 .556 12 15 .444 14 13 .519 9 16 .360

GNAC POSTSEASON AWARDS Player of the Year: Chris Banchero, Seattle Pacific Newcomer of the Year: JC Cook, Central Washington Freshman of the Year: Tarance Glynn, Western Oregon Coach of the Year: Ryan Looney, Seattle Pacific

FIRST TEAM: Chris Banchero, Seattle Pacific (G, 6-0, Jr., Seattle, WA); Morris Anderson, Western Washington (G, 6-3, Sr., Federal Way, WA); Brandon Walker, Alaska Anchorage (G, 6-3, Jr., Hayward, CA); Brandon Larrieu, Seattle Pacific (W, 6-0, Sr., Puyallup, WA); Derrick Webb, Western Washington (F, 6-3, Sr., Port Orchard, WA); +Blake Poole, Saint Martin’s (F, 6-5, Jr., Eugene, OR). SECOND TEAM: JC Cook, Central Washington (G, 6-1, Jr., Canby, OR); DeAndre Chambers, MSU Billings (G, 6-2, Jr., Monroe, NC); Blair Wheadon, Western Oregon (G, 6-2, So., Junction City, OR); Derrick Wright, MSU Billings (F, 6-7, Sr., Brooklyn, NY); Drew Eisinger, Northwest Nazarene (W, 6-3, Jr., Mill Creek, WA); Chris Sprinker, Central Washington (C, 6-9, Jr., Tacoma, WA).

HONORABLE MENTION: Emmanuel Jenkins, Alaska Fairbanks (PG, 6-0, Sr., Tacoma, WA); DaVell Jackson, Montana State Billings (PG, 6-1, Sr., Las Vegas, NV); Jon Clift, Central Washington (G, 5-10, Sr., Spokane, WA); Rob Diederichs, Seattle Pacific (W, 6-8, Sr., Shoreline, WA); Casey Robinson, Alaska Anchorage (F, 6-6, Jr., Manila, UT); Rico Myles, Western Oregon (F, 6-7, Sr., Los Angeles, CA); Nashorn Maynard, Alaska Fairbanks (F, 6-5, Jr., St. Paul, St. Kitts); Zach Bruce, Western Washington (C, 6-8, Sr., Oceanside, CA).

SEAWOLF FACILITIES

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he Seawolves host their home matches on campus in the 1,000-seat Wells Fargo Sports Complex. The gym, which has housed Seawolf volleyball, basketball and gymnastics since 1978, provides a comfortable atmosphere for both competitors and fans. Along with a refurbished playing surface in 2010, the gym recently received a facelift with the addition of new plastic bleachers to replace the former wooden seats. Seawolf basketball players also make use of the WFSC’s other facilities — weight room, fitness center, 25-meter pool, jogging track and sauna — for training and recreation. At Thanksgiving, the Seawolves move their home to the 8,700-

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2009-10 SEASON REVIEW 2009-10 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS # 22 44 1 34 30 25 11 32 14 3 42

Player Brandon Walker Casey Robinson Kevin White Nick Pacitti Donnie Lao Malcolm Campbell Drew Robinson Liam Gibcus Steve White Bryce Arnott Aaron Stevens TEAM UAA Totals Opponent Totals

GP-GS Min.-Avg 27-27 932-34.5 27-27 752-27.9 27-26 788-29.2 27-0 627-23.2 25-14 545-21.8 11-11 225-20.5 18-12 391-21.7 27-16 352-13.0 24-0 321-13.4 26-2 324-12.5 21-0 143-6.8 27 27

FG-FGA 147-289 109-236 68-189 75-183 63-145 64-113 39-93 43-84 25-52 23-64 16-33

Pct 3FG-Att .509 34-99 .462 66-162 .360 47-131 .410 11-43 .434 25-60 .566 0-0 .419 13-33 .512 0-0 .481 4-13 .359 11-39 .485 0-0

Pct .343 .407 .359 .256 .417 .000 .394 .000 .308 .282 .000

FT-FTA 88-122 39-50 36-55 39-55 41-47 34-59 32-39 19-28 19-26 2-5 11-18

Pct. .721 .780 .655 .709 .872 .576 .821 .679 .731 .400 .611

5400 672-1481 5400 603-1406

.454 211-580 .429 181-534

.364 .339

360-504 348-490

.714 .710

ATTENDANCE Overall: Home: (WFSC) (Sullivan) Away: Neutral:

Dates 27 15 12 3 10 2

OD-DR-Reb/Avg PF-D A TO 53-91-144/5.3 60-1 64 46 38-65-103/3.8 72-1 43 34 23-89-112/4.1 42-1 74 49 59-109-168/6.2 60-1 51 59 21-56-77/3.1 43-1 42 42 23-38-61/5.5 31-0 6 20 6-38-44/2.4 38-2 52 34 29-32-61/2.3 62-2 14 32 4-23-27/1.1 31-0 35 23 9-38-47/1.8 31-0 27 19 10-15-25/1.2 22-1 7 6 45-37-82/3.0 9 320-631-951/35.2 492-10 415 373 237-549-786/29.1 490-11 377 377

B 14 7 2 4 1 8 4 7 1 1 3

S 23 26 20 16 21 4 19 8 10 10 8

Pts-Avg 416-15.4 323-12.0 219-8.1 200-7.4 192-7.7 162-14.7 123-6.8 105-3.9 73-3.0 59-2.3 43-2.0

52 165 1915-70.9 80 181 1735-64.3

2009-10 RESULTS Total 32,688 25,655 8,944 16,678 6,923 110

Ave. 1,211 1,710 745 5,559 692 55

17 10 OVERALL; 8 8 GNAC Date Nov 11 Nov 17 $ Nov 25 $ Nov 26 $ Nov 28 % Dec 11 % Dec 12 Dec 19 Dec 20 Dec 30 Dec 31 * Jan 9 * Jan 14 * Jan 16 * Jan 21 * Jan 23 * Jan 28 * Jan 30 * Feb 6 * Feb 11 * Feb 13 * Feb 18 * Feb 20 * Feb 24 * Feb 27 * Mar 4 * Mar 6

Opponent at American Sports Univ. at Hawaii Pacific WASHINGTON STATE NICHOLLS STATE HOUSTON vs Grace Bible vs Grand Canyon WESTERN NEW MEXICO CHAMINADE TRINITY INTERNATIONAL TRINITY INTERNATIONAL MONTANA ST. BILLINGS at #19 Western Washington at Central Washington SAINT MARTIN’S WESTERN OREGON at #11 Seattle Pacific at Northwest Nazarene at Alaska Fairbanks #17 WESTERN WASHINGTON CENTRAL WASHINGTON at Western Oregon at Saint Martin’s ALASKA FAIRBANKS at Montana State Billings NORTHWEST NAZARENE #9 SEATTLE PACIFIC

10 5 HOME; 5 5 ROAD; 2 0 NEUTRAL W/L W W L W L W W W W W W W L W W L L L W W L W L W L L W

Score 65-39 82-66 68-87 72-58 57-73 81-69 67-38 69-39 75-53 87-57 89-71 80-72 62-68 67-66 62-45 65-76 71-80 74-79 56-42 68-53 57-62 90-81 59-76 81-78 60-65 76-78 75-64

Att. 50 300 5849 5263 5599 63 47 830 896 754 699 746 1158 1185 704 813 451 1875 472 725 750 320 411 556 701 656 815

UAA Hi Scorer Campbell 13 Campbell 17 Walker 27 Walker 21 Campbell 26 Campbell 20 C. Robinson 15 Walker 19 Walker 20 Campbell 18 Pacitti 16 Pacitti/Walker 19 C. Robinson 17 C. Robinson 18 Walker 19 K. White 19 Walker 22 Lao 21 Walker 20 Walker 23 Walker 20 C. Robinson 30 Pacitti 14 C. Robinson 18 Walker/K. White 14 C. Robinson 26 Walker 23

$ Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout — Sullivan Arena % Glacier Classic — Fairbanks * Great Northwest Athletic Conference game

Junior Brandon Walker averaged 23.0 points per game in the 2009 Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout, including 27 against Pac-10 foe Washington State (above).

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST POINTS Game: 43, Jesse Jackson vs Seattle Pacific, 2/21/86 Season: 813, Jesse Jackson, 1986-87 Career: 1,902, Peter Bullock, 2000-04 HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE Season: 27.1, Jesse Jackson, 1986-87 Career: 24.1, Jesse Jackson, 1985-87 FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 17, Bo Jackson vs Montana State-Billings, 12/1/77; Jesse Jackson vs Cal-Riverside, 3/7/86; Del Willis vs Alaska Fairbanks, 11/11/90; Jackie Johnson vs Chico State, 3/15/90 Season: 299, Tony Turner, 1979-80 Career: 713, Peter Bullock, 2000-04 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 32, Jesse Jackson vs Metro State, 1/23/87 Season: 609, Jesse Jackson, 1986-87 Career: 1,394, Peter Bullock, 2000-04 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game: 1.000 (12-12), Rob King vs Saint Martins, 1/16/78 Season: .665, Chris Lewis, 1998-99 Career: .617, Chris Lewis, 1998-00 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 9, Ron Fischer vs Metro State, 2/1/90; Mark Drake vs Saint Martin’s, 1/11/03; Mark Drake vs Western Oregon, 2/16/02; Mark Drake at Western Oregon, 1/10/02 Season: 100, Kemmy Burgess, 2003-04 Season, per Game: 3.33, Kemmy Burgess, 2003-04 Career: 243, Mark Drake, 2001-05 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 20, Cody Gallatin vs Humboldt State, 1/30/03 Season: 230, Tai Riser, 1993-94 Career: 661, Jim Hajdukovich, 1995-99 3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game (Min. 5 att.): 1.000 (5-5), Rick Stafford vs San Francisco, 12/30/96 Game (Min. 8 att.): .875 (7-8), Adam Fitt-Chappell at NW Nazarene, 12/5/02 Season (Min 50 att.): .560 (28-50), Chris Hamey, 1997-98 Career: .474 (195-411), Kemmy Burgess, 2003-04, 05-06 FREE THROWS MADE Game: 17, Jeff Martin vs Fordham, 11/27/83 Season: 167, Jesse Jackson, 1986-87 Career: 456, Peter Bullock, 2000-04 FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: 22, Jackie Johnson vs Alaska Fairbanks, 2/8/91 Season: 235, Todd Fisher, 1989-90 Career: 675, Peter Bullock, 2000-04

Kemmy Burgess

Hansi Gnad

REBOUNDS Game: 24, Bo Jackson vs Texas, 12/10/78 Season: 367, Hansi Gnad, 1986-87 Season Average: 12.2, Hansi Gnad, 1986-87 Career: 1,124, Hansi Gnad, 1983-87 Career Average: 9.7, Todd Fisher, 1988-90 ASSISTS Game: 18, Luke Cooper vs Saint Martin’s, 3/6/08 Season: 310, Luke Cooper, 2007-08 Season Average: 8.9, Luke Cooper, 07-08 Career: 880, Luke Cooper, 2004-08 Career Average: 7.3, Luke Cooper, 2004-08 STEALS Game: 9, Tyrone Jones vs Hawaii-Loa, 1/10/85 Season: 84, Tony Turner, 1979-80 Season Average: 2.6, Tony Turner, 79-80 Career: 192, Jim Hajdukovich, 1995-99 Career Average: 2.2, Rawley Farris, 80-82 BLOCKED SHOTS Game: 8, Hansi Gnad vs Seattle Pacific, 2/22/86 Season: 63, Serge Using, 1998-99 Season Average: 2.33, Serge Using, 98-99 Career: 145, Hansi Gnad, 1983-87 Career Average: 1.23, Hansi Gnad, 83-87 DOUBLE-DOUBLES Season: 19, Hansi Gnad, 1985-86 Career: 48, Peter Bullock, 2000-04 GAMES PLAYED Season: 35, Carl Arts, McCade Olsen, Chris Bryant, Luke Cooper, Cameron Burney, Jeremiah Trueman & Kevin White, 2007-08 Career: 124, Vern Robateau, 1985-90 GAMES STARTED Season: 35, Carl Arts, McCade Olsen, Chris Bryant & Luke Cooper, 2007-08 Career: 107, Peter Bullock, 2000-04

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Game: 1.000 (14-14), Kirk Abegglen vs Northwest Missouri, 12/12/81 Season: .918 (45-49), Buddy Bailey, 06-07 Career: .884 (130-147), Mark Drake, 01-05

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — TEAM RECORDS FREE THROWS MADE Game: 39 vs BYU-Hawaii, 2/14/81; vs Sacramento State, 1/27/90 Season: 563, 1989-90

MOST POINTS SCORED Game: 141 vs Alaska Southeast, 11/11/89 1st Half: 77 vs Alaska Fairbanks, 2/10/90 2nd Half: 71 vs Edinboro, 11/21/92 Season: 2,945, 1977-78 GREATEST MARGINS Of Victory: 97 (127-30) at Carver Bible College, 12/30/99 Of Defeat: 54 (56-110) vs Tennessee-Chattanooga, 11/27/92 Halftime Lead: 51 (68-17) at Carver Bible College, 12/30/99 Halftime Deficit: 34 (54-20) vs Alabama, 11/24/04 FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED 1st Half: 7 at American Sports University, 11/11/09 2nd Half: 13 at Carver Bible, 12/30/99 Game: 30 at Carver Bible College, 12/30/99; vs Lancaster Bible, 11/5/06 Season: 1,735, 2009-10 Season Avg: 65.6, 2006-07

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED Game: 60 vs Sacramento State, 1/27/90 Season: 817, 1989-90 FREE THROW PERCENTAGE Game: 1.000 (24-24) vs BYU-Hawaii, 12/10/05 Season: .782 (377-482), 2008-09 REBOUNDS Game: 90 vs Alaska Pacific, 11/14/86 Season Avg: 45.4, 1977-78 ASSISTS Game: 39 at Carver Bible College, 12/30/99 Season Avg: 22.8, 1995-96

MOST POINTS ALLOWED Game: 141 vs Montana State Billings, 2/1/96 1st Half: 65 at Montana State Billings, 2/1/96 2nd Half: 76 at Montana State Billings, 2/1/96

STEALS Game: 27 vs Dubuque, 12/4/81 Season Avg: 14.7, 1979-80

FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 60 vs Alaska Southeast, 11/11/89 Season: 1,233, 1977-78

BLOCKS Game: 11 vs Seattle Pacific, 2/22/86 Season Avg: 4.37, 1997-98

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 113 vs Alaska Southeast, 11/11/89 Season: 2,513, 1977-78

SEASON WON-LOSS RECORDS Most Games Played: 35, 2007-08 Most Wins: 29, 2007-08 Most Losses: 25, 1976-77 Most Home Wins: 18, 1989-90 & 2007-08 Most Road Wins: 10, 2007-08 Highest Win Pct: .829 (29-6), 2007-08 Fewest Losses: 6, 2007-08 Most OT Games: 4, 2002-03 Consecutive Games Won: Overall: 18, 2007-08 Season: 18, 2007-08 Home: 21, 1986-87, 1987-89

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game: .700 (35-50) vs UC Riverside, 3/7/86 Season: .515, 1980-81 3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE Game: 18 at Carver Bible College, 12/30/99 Season (Total): 283, 2005-06 Season (Per Game): 9.89, 1996-97 3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED Game: 49 vs Seton Hall, 11/27/97 Season: 776, 1993-94

MISCELLANEOUS Home Attendance Game – 8,700 (4 times), Nov. 27-28-29, 1997; Nov. 26, 1998

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE Game (min. 10 att.): .750 (9-12) vs Adams State, 12/21/99 Season: .458 (280-612) 2003-04

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS UAA SINGLE-SEASON STATS LEADERS

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POINTS 1. Jesse Jackson (1986-87) 2. Jason Kaiser (1993-94) 3. Jason Kaiser (1994-95) 4. Jesse Jackson (1985-86) 5. Todd Fisher (1989-90) Kemmy Burgess (2005-06) 7. Carl Arts (2007-08) 8. Jeff Martin (1983-84) 9. Ed Kirk (2000-01) 10. Michael Johnson (1987-88)

813 695 668 658 654 654 646 591 585 579

SCORING AVERAGE 1. Jesse Jackson (1986-87) 2. Jason Kaiser (1994-95) 3. Jason Kaiser (1993-94) 4. Todd Fisher (1989-90) 5. Ed Kirk (2000-01) 6. Jesse Jackson (1985-86) 7. Jeff Martin (1983-84) 8. Kemmy Burgess (2005-06) 9. Dana Pope (1994-95) 10. Peter Bullock (2002-03)

27.1 24.7 22.4 21.8 21.7 21.2 21.1 21.1 20.6 19.6

REBOUNDS 1. Hansi Gnad (1986-87) 2. Hansi Gnad (1985-86) 3. Todd Fisher (1989-90) 4. Dale Bartley (1987-88) 5. Peter Bullock (2002-03) 6. Peter Bullock (2003-04) Carl Arts (2007-08) 8. Jeff Sheedy (1987-88) 9. Serge Using (1999-00) 10. Jackie Johnson (1990-91)

367 339 313 310 285 278 278 272 263 258

REBOUNDING AVERAGE 1. Hansi Gnad (1986-87) 2. Hansi Gnad (1985-86) 3. Peter Bullock (2002-03) 4. Todd Fisher (1989-90) 5. Serge Using (1999-00) 6. Bo Jackson (78-79) 7. Peter Bullock (2003-04) 8. Dale Bartley (1987-88) 9. Jackie Johnson (1990-91) 10. Hansi Gnad (1984-85)

12.2 10.6 10.6 10.4 10.1 9.3 9.3 9.1 8.9 8.7

ASSISTS 1. Luke Cooper (2007-08) 2. Luke Cooper (2006-07) 3. Bryan Anderson (1993-94) 4. Luke Cooper (2005-06) 5. Chris Bullock (1983-84) 6. Rick Stafford (1995-96) 7. Dave Washington (1977-78) 8. Ed Kirk (2000-01) 9. Jerry Sommer (1989-90) 10. Flip Wilcox (1986-87)

310 230 200 199 191 182 167 159 151 146

STEALS 1. Tony Turner (1979-80) 2. Michael Johnson (1987-88) 3. Rawley Farris (1981-82) 4. Al Collins (1979-80)

84 73 71 67

Mark Lenoir (1990-91) 6. Tom Wheeler (1979-80) 7. Chris Bullock (1983-84) Peter Bullock (2002-03) 9. Sloan Carlson (1982-83) Flip Wilcox (1986-87)

67 64 62 62 59 59

BLOCKS 1. Serge Using (1998-99) 2. Adam Reid (1997-98) Serge Using (1999-00) 4. Stefan Arntz (1991-92) 5. Del Willis (1990-91) 6. Hansi Gnad (1986-87) 7. Hansi Gnad (1985-86) 8. Raynold Samuel (1993-94) 9. Jackie Johnson (1990-91) 10. Hansi Gnad (1984-85) Dale Bartley (1987-88) Brian Hills (2005-06)

63 62 62 51 50 47 42 41 40 35 35 35

8. Craig Vaughn (1991-92) 9. Ron Fischer (1988-89) 10. Kemmy Burgess (2005-06) 16. Kevin White (2008-09) 22. Brandon Walker (2008-09)

.455 .453 .450 .435 .423

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Kemmy Burgess (2003-04) 2. Kemmy Burgess (2005-06) 3. Chris Bryant (2007-08) 4. Jason Kaiser (1993-94) Tai Riser (1993-94) 6. Jesse Jackson (1986-87) 7. Eric Draper (2006-07) 8. Jim Hajdukovich (1996-97) 9. Taylor Wagner (2000-01) 10. Ron Fischer (1989-90) 12. Casey Robinson (2009-10)

100 95 93 87 87 84 78 75 72 71 66

3-POINT FG MADE PER GAME 1. Kemmy Burgess (2005-06) 2. Kemmy Burgess (2003-04) 3. Jason Kaiser (1993-94) Tai Riser (1993-94) 5. Jesse Jackson (1986-87) 6. Eric Draper (2006-07) 7. Taylor Wagner (2000-01) 8. Jim Hajdukovich (1996-97) 9. Chris Bryant (2007-08) 10. Jim Hajdukovich (1998-99) 13. Casey Robinson (2009-10)

3.06 3.00 2.81 2.81 2.80 2.79 2.77 2.68 2.66 2.48 2.44 230 226 213 211 210 202 200 178 174 169 162

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. Chris Lewis (1998-99) 2. Mark Fitt (1980-81) 3. Dale Bartley (1987-88) 4. Jeremiah Trueman (2007-08) 5. Ryan Williams (1996-97) 6. Joe Davis (2005-06) 7. McCade Olsen (2006-07) 8. Jeremiah Trueman (2008-09) 9. Maurice Sanders (1992-93) 10. Johnny Gilbert (1980-81)

.665 .642 .626 .618 .611 .610 .598 .597 .592 .581

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Jesse Jackson (1986-87) 2. Jason Kaiser (1994-95) 3. Todd Fisher (1989-90) 4. Jessie Jackson (1985-86) 5. Dale Bartley (1986-87) 6. Michael Johnson (1987-88) 7. Dana Pope (1994-95) 8. Jason Kaiser (1993-94) 9. Jeff Martin (1983-84) 10. Carl Arts (2007-08)

281 259 252 247 244 242 241 236 234 232

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Tai Riser (1993-94) 2. Jesse Jackson (1986-87) 3. Jason Kaiser (1993-94) 4. Kemmy Burgess (2005-06) 5. Chris Bryant (2007-08) 6. Jim Hajdukovich (1996-97) 7. Kemmy Burgess (2003-04) 8. Eric Draper (2006-07) 9. Jim Hajdukovich (1998-99) 10. Cody Gallatin (2002-03) 14. Casey Robinson (2009-10)

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Jesse Jackson (1986-87) 2. Jason Kaiser (1994-95) 3. Jason Kaiser (1993-94) 4. Michael Johnson (1987-88) 5. Jesse Jackson (1985-86) 6. Tony Turner (1979-80) 7. Averian Parrish (1987-88) 8. Andre Boudreaux (1993-94) 9. Jeff Martin (1983-84) 10. Carl Arts (2007-08)

609 538 520 501 496 491 487 479 471 467

FREE THROWS MADE 1. Jesse Jackson (1986-87) 2. Jesse Jackson (1985-86) 3. Peter Bullock (2003-04) 4. Todd Fisher (1989-90) 5. Jackie Johnson (1990-91) 6. Ed Kirk (2000-01) 7. Jason Kaiser (1993-94) Carl Arts (2007-08) 9. Peter Bullock (2002-03) 10. Kemmy Burgess (2005-06)

167 164 156 150 142 140 136 136 134 125

3-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. Chris Hamey (1997-98) 2. Adam Fitt-Chappell (2005-06) 3. Kemmy Burgess (2003-04) 4. Adam Fitt-Chappell (2003-04) 5. Carl Arts (2006-07) 6. Ron Fischer (1989-90) 7. Mark Drake (2003-04)

.560 .526 .500 .500 .466 .458 .456

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. Todd Fisher (1989-90) 2. Peter Bullock (2003-04) 3. Jackie Johnson (1990-91) 4. Jesse Jackson (1985-86) 5. Jesse Jackson (1986-87) 6. Peter Bullock (2002-03) 7. Ed Kirk (2000-01)

235 230 221 219 207 196 178

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — SEASON & CAREER LEADERS UAA SINGLE-SEASON STATS LEADERS, cont. 8. Mark Fitt (1981-82) 9. Todd Fisher (1988-89) 10. Rick Stafford (1995-96) Carl Arts (2007-08)

176 174 172 172

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1. Buddy Bailey (2006-07) 2. Eric Draper (2006-07) 3. Scott Larrabee (1998-99) 4. Carl Arts (2006-07) 5. Taylor Wagner (2000-01) 6. Ron Fischer (1989-90) 7. Bryson Vaughan (2002-03) 8. Donnie Lao (2009-10) 9. Jeremiah Trueman (2008-09) 10. Kemmy Burgess (2005-06)

.918 .904 .891 .887 .885 .880 .873 .872 .870 .868

GAMES PLAYED 1. Carl Arts (2007-08) McCade Olsen (2007-08) Luke Cooper (2007-08) Chris Bryant (2007-08) Cameron Burney (2007-08)

35 35 35 35 35

Jeremiah Trueman (2007-08) Kevin White (2007-08) 8. Michael Johnson (1987-88) Dale Bartley (1987-88) Jeff Sheedy (1987-88) Mark Carpenter (1987-88) Race McCleery (1987-88)

35 35 34 34 34 34 34

GAMES STARTED 1. Carl Arts (2007-08) McCade Olsen (2007-08) Luke Cooper (2007-08) Chris Bryant (2007-08) 5. Michael Johnson (1987-88) Dale Bartley (1987-88) Jeff Sheedy (1987-88) Cameron Burney (2007-08) 9. Tony Turner (1979-80) Hansi Gnad (1985-86) Al Collins (1979-80) Averian Parrish (1987-88) Vern Robateau (1987-88)

33 33 33 33 34 34 34 34 32 32 32 32 32

MINUTES PER GAME 1. Jason Kaiser (1994-95) 2. Luke Cooper (2007-08) 3. Luke Cooper (2006-07) 4. Kenny Barker (2008-09) 5. Ron Beach (1984-85) 6. Jason Kaiser (1993-94) 7. Carl Arts (2007-08) 8. Dana Pope (1994-95) 9. Mark Lenoir (1990-91) 10. Averian Parrish (1987-88) 12. Brandon Walker (2009-10) DOUBLE-DOUBLES 1. Hansi Gnad (1985-86) 2. Hansi Gnad (1986-87) Todd Fisher (1989-90) 4. Peter Bullock (2002-03) 5. Dale Bartley (1987-88) Peter Bullock (2003-04) 7. Peter Bullock (2001-02) 8. Ryan Williams (1995-96) Theo Mayhue (1992-93) Carl Arts (2007-08)

37.26 36.31 35.86 35.79 35.71 35.42 35.23 35.04 34.93 34.64 34.52 19 18 18 16 14 14 13 10 10 10

UAA CAREER STATS LEADERS POINTS 1. Peter Bullock (2000-04) 2. Hansi Gnad (1983-87) 3. Carl Arts (2004-08) 4. Jim Hajdukovich (1995-99) 5. Jesse Jackson (1985-87) 6. Jason Kaiser (1993-95) 7. Tony Turner (1977-80) 8. Mark Drake (2001-05) 9. Chris Hamey (1995-00) 10. Kemmy Burgess (2003-04, 05-06) 29. Brandon Walker (2008- ) SCORING AVERAGE 1. Jesse Jackson (1985-87) 2. Jason Kaiser (1993-95) 3. Todd Fisher (1988-90) 4. Ed Kirk (1998-01) 5. Jeff Martin (1982-84) 6. Bo Jackson (1977-79) 7. Kemmy Burgess (2003-04, 05-06) 8. Ryan Williams (1995-97) 9. Michael Johnson (1987-89) 10. Peter Bullock (2000-04) REBOUNDS 1. Hansi Gnad (1983-87) 2. Peter Bullock (2000-04) 3. Carl Arts (2004-08) 4. Dale Bartley (1985-88) 5. Jeff Sheedy (1985-88) 6. Burt Wallace (1994-98) 7. Jim Hajdukovich (1995-99) 8. Serge Using (1995-96, 97-00) 9. Todd Fisher (1988-90) 10. Bo Jackson (1977-79)

1,902 1,666 1,544 1,472 1,471 1,363 1,289 1,173 1,168 1,136 747 24.1 23.5 19.9 19.8 19.5 19.0 18.6 18.3 18.1 17.1 1,124 974 762 602 591 557 526 512 493 467

Peter Bullock 1,902 points

Luke Cooper 880 assists

REBOUNDING AVERAGE 1. Todd Fisher (1988-90) 2. Hansi Gnad (1983-87) 3. Bo Jackson (1977-79) 4. Peter Bullock (2000-04) 5. Jeff Martin (1982-84) 6. Dale Bartley (1985-88) 7. Ryan Williams (1995-97) 8. Ron Fischer (1988-90) 9. Rob King (1977-79) 10. Theo Mayhue (1991-93)

9.7 9.5 9.0 8.8 8.0 7.8 7.7 7.5 7.4 7.2

ASSISTS 1. Luke Cooper (2004-08) 2. Jim Hajdukovich (1995-99) 3. Bryan Anderson (1991-94) 4. Butch Lincoln (1992-93, 94-97) 5. Chris Bullock (1982-84) 6. Rick Stafford (1995-97) Scott Larrabee (1996-00) 8. Chris Hamey (1995-00) 9. Vern Robateau (1985-88, 89-90) 10. Ed Kirk (1998-01)

880 371 358 325 321 299 299 260 249 242

STEALS 1. Jim Hajdukovich (1995-99) 2. Peter Bullock (2000-04) 3. Luke Cooper (2004-08) 4. Dale Bartley (1985-88) 5. Michael Johnson (1987-89) 6. Vern Robateau (1985-88, 89-90) 7. Rawley Farris (1980-82) 8. Tyrone Jones (1983-86) 9. Tony Turner (1977-80)* 10. Jesse Jackson (1985-87)

192 159 156 125 123 122 120 111 108 107

BLOCKS 1. Hansi Gnad (1983-87) 2. Serge Using (1995-96, 97-00) 3. Peter Bullock (2000-04) 4. Jim Hajdukovich (1995-99) 5. Carl Arts (2004-08) 6. Dale Bartley (1985-88) 7. Adam Reid (1997-98) 8. Stefan Arntz (1991-92) 9. Del Willis (1990-91) 10. Brian Hills (2004-06)

145 143 90 78 70 64 62 51 50 45

3-POINT PERCENTAGE 1. Kemmy Burgess (2003-04, 05-06) 2. Cameron Burney (2006-08) 3. Ron Fischer (1988-90) 4. Adam Fitt-Chappell (2002-06) 5. Carl Arts (2004-08) 6. Taylor Wagner (1999-01) 7. Kevin White (2007-10) 8. Jerry Sommer (1988-90) 9. Eric Draper (2005-07) 10. Aaron Lawrence (2003-04, 05-06)

.474 .462 .457 .450 .439 .438 .432 .431 .431 .429

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3-POINT FG MADE 1. Mark Drake (2001-05) 2. Jim Hajdukovich (1995-99) 3. Kemmy Burgess (2003-04, 05-06) 4. Chris Hamey (1995-00) Adam Fitt-Chappell (2002-06) 6. Scott Larrabee (1996-00) 7. Tai Riser (1993-95) 8. Cody Gallatin (2000-03) 9. Jason Kaiser (1993-95) 10. Kevin White (2007-10)

243 238 195 158 158 157 148 147 146 139

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. Peter Bullock (2000-04) 2. Hansi Gnad (1983-88) 3. Jim Hajdukovich (1995-99) 4. Tony Turner (1977-80) 5. Carl Arts (2004-08) 6. Jesse Jackson (1985-87) 7. Jason Kaiser (1993-95) 8. Chris Hamey (1995-00) 9. Jeff Martin (1982-84) 10. Mark Drake (2001-05)

1394 1342 1190 1133 1124 1105 1058 957 929 907

3-POINT FG ATTEMPTED 1. Jim Hajdukovich (1995-99) 2. Mark Drake (2001-05) 3. Scott Larrabee (1996-00) 4. Kemmy Burgess (2003-04, 05-06) 5. Chris Hamey (1995-00) 6. Tai Riser (1993-95) 7. Cody Gallatin (2000-03) 8. Jason Kaiser (1993-95) 9. Adam Fitt-Chappell (2002-06) 10. Kevin White (2007-10)

661 589 449 411 401 398 395 364 351 344

FREE THROWS MADE 1. Peter Bullock (2000-04) 2. Hansi Gnad (1983-87) 3. Jesse Jackson (1985-87) 4. Carl Arts (2004-08) 5. Jim Hajdukovich (1995-99) 6. Todd Fisher (1988-90) 7. Ryan Williams (1995-97) 8. Jason Kaiser (1993-95) 9. Ed Kirk (1998-01) 10. Luke Cooper (2004-08)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. Chris Lewis (1998-00) 2. Jeremiah Trueman (2007-09) 3. Mark Fitt (1980-82) 4. Dale Bartley (1985-88) 5. Ryan Williams (1995-97) 6. McCade Olsen (2006-08) 7. Johnny Gilbert (1980-82) 8. Hicks Taylor (1978-80) 9. Bo Jackson (1977-79) 10. Race McCleery (1987-89)

.617 .603 .600 .598 .590 .559 .557 .555 .553 .550

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. Peter Bullock (2000-04) 2. Hansi Gnad (1983-88) 3. Carl Arts (2004-08) 4. Tony Turner (1977-80) 5. Jesse Jackson (1985-87) 6. Jason Kaiser (1993-95) 7. Jim Hajdukovich (1995-99) 8. Jeff Martin (1982-84) 9. Michael Johnson (1987-89) 10. Dale Bartley (1985-88)

713 653 583 555 528 495 493 450 437 433

GAMES PLAYED 1. Vern Robateau (1985-88, 90) 2. Carl Arts (2004-08) Luke Cooper (2004-08) 4. Hansi Gnad (1983-87) 5. Adam Fitt-Chappell (2002-06) 6. Peter Bullock (2000-04) 7. Jim Hajdukovich (1995-99) 8. Mark Drake (2001-05) 9. Chris Hamey (1995-00) 10. Scott Larrabee (1996-00)

124 121 121 118 115 111 108 107 106 103

456 355 331 277 262 246 233 227 217 214

GAMES STARTED 1. Peter Bullock (2000-04) 2. Hansi Gnad (1983-87) 3. Luke Cooper (2004-08) 4. Jeff Sheedy (1985-88) Carl Arts (2004-08) 6. Adam Fitt-Chappell (2002-06) 7. Dale Bartley (1985-88) 8. Jim Hajdukovich (1995-99) 9. Vern Robateau (1985-88, 90) 10. Kemmy Burgess (2003-04, 05-06)

107 103 97 90 90 87 76 70 68 61

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED 1. Peter Bullock (2000-04) 2. Hansi Gnad (1983-87) 3. Jesse Jackson (1985-87) 4. Jim Hajdukovich (1995-99) 5. Todd Fisher (1988-90) 6. Carl Arts (2004-08) 7. Ryan Williams (1995-97) 8. Mark Fitt (1980-82) Rick Stafford (1995-97) 10. Jason Kaiser (1993-95) Theo Mayhue (1991-93)

675 551 426 411 409 336 313 287 287 285 285

DOUBLE-DOUBLES 1. Peter Bullock (2000-04) 2. Hansi Gnad (1983-87) 3. Todd Fisher (1988-90) 4. Dale Bartley (1985-88) 5. Ryan Williams (1995-97) 6. Carl Arts (2004-08) 7. Jeff Martin (1982-84) Rick Stafford (1995-97) Ron Fischer (1988-90) 10. Theo Mayhue (1991-93) Jim Hajdukovich (1995-99) Luke Cooper (2004-08)

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE 1. Mark Drake (2001-05) 2. Eric Draper (2005-07) 3. Bryson Vaughan (2001-03) 4. Butch Lincoln (1992-93, 94-97) 5. Kemmy Burgess (2003-04, 05-06) 6. Taylor Wagner (1999-01) 7. Kirk Abegglen (1980-82) 8. Scott Larrabee (1996-00) 9. Ron Fischer (1988-90) 10. Carl Arts (2004-08)

.884 .884 .874 .854 .854 .848 .841 .836 .827 .824

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — YEARLY RECORDS

Year 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93+ 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 33 years

Overall W-L Pct. 16-18 .471 16-11 .592 13-19 .406 15-11 .577 21-9 .700 14-15 .483 15-13 .536 16-12 .571 22-10 .688 23-7 .767 24-10 .706 21-9 .700 22-8 .733 19-11 .633 21-8 .724 +22-9 .710 21-10 .677 16-11 .593 19-9 .679 20-8 .714 16-11 .593 17-10 .630 17-9 .654 19-8 .704 9-18 .333 13-14 .481 20-10 .667 11-16 .407 19-12 .613 19-9 .679 29-6 .848 15-14 .517 17-10 .630 597-365 .621

Coach Bob Rachal Gary Bliss Gary Bliss Gary Bliss Harry Larrabee Harry Larrabee Harry Larrabee Harry Larrabee Harry Larrabee Ron Abegglen Ron Abegglen Ron Abegglen Ron Abegglen Ron Abegglen Harry Larrabee Harry Larrabee Larrabee/Bruns Charlie Bruns Charlie Bruns Charlie Bruns Charlie Bruns Charlie Bruns Charlie Bruns Charlie Bruns Charlie Bruns Charlie Bruns Charlie Bruns Rusty Osborne Rusty Osborne Rusty Osborne Rusty Osborne Rusty Osborne Rusty Osborne Totals

W-L

Conference Pct. Place

7-3 .700 5-5 .500 4-4 .500 4-4 .500 8-0 1.000 7-3 .700 7-3 .700 7-5 .583 8-2 .800 5-3 .625 6-4 .600 7-3 .700 9-3 .750 7-5 .583 9-3 .750 9- 3 .750 7-5 .583 10-4 .729 6-6 .560 13-5 .722 9-9 .500 10-8 .556 10-8 .556 5-13 .278 10-8 .556 10-6 .625 16-2 .889 9-7 .563 8-8 .500 232-142 .620

1st 3rd 3rd 3rd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 1st 3rd 1st 1st 4th T-1st 1st T-2nd 2nd (Pacific) T-4th (Pacific) 1st (Pacific) T-4th T-4th T-4th T-9th T-4th T-3rd 1st 5th 5th

Postseason

NCAA First Round

NCAA Second Round NCAA Second Round NCAA Runner-Up NCAA First Round NCAA Second Round NCAA Second Round NCAA First Round NCAA First Round NCAA First Round Pac West Tourney First Round

NCAA First Round NCAA First Round NCAA First Round NCAA Semifinals

14 NCAA Tournaments

+Includes forfeit by Chaminade

1-year Rachal Totals 3-year Bliss Totals 5-year Abegglen Totals 7-year Larrabee Totals 11-year Bruns Totals 6-year Osborne Totals

W 16 44 109 132 186 110

L 18 41 45 77 117 67

Pct. .471 .518 .708 .632 .614 .621

Charlie Bruns accumulated a program-record 186 victories from 1993-2004.

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY SEAWOLVES IN THE NCAA DIVISION II MEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS Year Tournament—Site 1982 West Regional—Bakersfield, Calif. Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo 66, UAA 60 1986 West Regional–Hayward, Calif. UAA 86, UC Riverside 83 Cal State-Hayward 87, UAA 73 1987 West Regional–Billings, Mont. UAA 68, Cal State-Dominguez Hills 65 (OT) Montana State Billings 79, UAA 73 1988 West Regional–Hayward, Calif. UAA 89, Cal State-Bakersfield 82 (OT) UAA 72, Cal State-Hayward 67 NCAA II Quarterfinals–Anchorage UAA 97, Ferris State 85 NCAA Final Four–Springfield, Mass. UAA 77, Troy State 72 (Semis) Massachusetts-Lowell 75, UAA 72 (Final) 1990 North Central Regional–Grand Forks, N.D. North Dakota 78, UAA 71 1991 West Regional–Bakersfield, Calif. UAA 74, Chico State 69 Cal State-Bakersfield 78, UAA 68

1987-88 Seawolves — NCAA Div. II Runners-Up Standing (left-to-right): Volunteer assistant coach Jackie Lewis, volunteer assistant coach Charlie Bruns, Mike Childs, Duane Orr, Bobby Russ, Jeff Sheedy, Dale Bartley, Averian Parrish. Sitting (l-r): Vern Robateau, Mark Carpenter, Joe Brinkerhoff, Michael Johnson, Carl Benion, Mike Killpatrick, Race McCleery, Paul Schoenborn, Tim Cobbs.

1993 West Regional–Bakersfield, Calif. UAA 72, Chico State 70 Cal State-Bakersfield 78, UAA 59 1994 West Regional Play-In—Anchorage UAA 83, Seattle Pacific 77 West Regional–Riverside, Calif. Cal State-Bakersfield 92, UAA 61 1996 West Regional–Bakersfield, Calif. Grand Canyon 105, UAA 96 (OT) 1997 West Regional–Bakersfield, Calif. Montana State Billings 97, UAA 67 2004 West Regional—San Bernardino, Calif. BYU-Hawaii 67, UAA 61 2006 West Regional—Seattle, Wash. Chaminade 84, UAA 67

2007-08 Seawolves — NCAA Div. II Semifinalists

2007 West Regional—Arcata, Calif. Humboldt State 68, UAA 61 2008 West Regional—Anchorage UAA 80, UC San Diego 60 UAA 56, Seattle Pacific 55 UAA 73, BYU-Hawaii 67 NCAA Elite Eight—Springfield, Mass. UAA 56, California, Pa. 53 (Qtrs) Augusta State 56, UAA 50 (Semis)

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Standing (left-to-right): Lonnie Ridgeway, Phillip Hearn, Colin Voreis, Jeremiah Trueman, Cameron Burney, Kyle Doerr, Kenny Barker. Sitting (l-r): Kevin White, Chris Bryant, McCade Olsen, Carl Arts, Luke Cooper, Jared Kettler, Doug Hardy.

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — SERIES VS. ALL OPPONENTS ALL-TIME SERIES BY STATE ALABAMA Alabama Alabama-Birmingham Auburn Montevallo Samford Troy State

0-1 0-2 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-0

Colorado-Colo. Springs 2-0 Fort Lewis 0-1 Metro State 3-5 Rockmont 2-0 Southern Colorado 1-0 Western State 2-0

CONNECTICUT ALASKA Alaska Fairbanks Alaska Pacific Alaska Southeast Sheldon Jackson

66-21 6-0 4-0 6-0

0-1 0-2 8-8 0-1

ARKANSAS Arkansas Henderson State Ozarks, Coll. of the

1-0 2-0

0-1 1-1 1-0

MINNESOTA 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-2 2-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Georgetown

IOWA

0-1

FLORIDA

ARIZONA Arizona Arizona State Grand Canyon Northern Arizona

Bridgeport Trinity

INDIANA Ball State Evansville Grace Indiana Indiana Southeast Indiana State IUP-Ft. Wayne Notre Dame Purdue Valparaiso

Barry Embry-Riddle Florida Florida Southern Florida State Florida Tech Miami Saint Leo St. Thomas

2-0 1-0 0-3 0-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-2 1-0

Dubuque Grand View Iowa Iowa State

2-0 1-0 0-1 0-1

KANSAS Ft. Hays State Kansas Pittsburg State Southwestern

0-1 0-1 2-0 3-1

GEORGIA

CALIFORNIA

COLORADO Adams State Colorado Mines

4-0 2-2

Augusta State Carver Bible Clark Atlanta Columbus State Fort Valley State Morris Brown Valdosta State

0-1 1-0 2-0 0-1 2-0 2-0 1-1

HAWAII BYU-Hawaii Chaminade Hawaii Hawaii-Hilo Hawaii-Loa Hawaii Pacific

15-6 18-11 0-1 18-15 3-0 8-4

Eastern Kentucky Kentucky Louisville Western Kentucky

1-0 0-5 0-1 0-1

LOUISIANA Baptist Christian Centenary Grambling State Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana Tech LSU–Shreveport McNeese State Nicholls State

2-0 0-1 2-0 0-2 1-0 2-0 0-2 2-1

MISSISSIPPI Jackson State

Central Bible 1-0 Grace Bible 1-0 Lincoln 2-0 Missouri 1-1 Missouri-Kansas City 1-0 Missouri–Rolla 0-2 Missouri–St. Louis 2-0 Missouri Western 2-0 Northeast Missouri St. 5-1 Northwest Missouri St. 2-0 Rockhurst 1-0 Southwest Missouri St. 3-0

Great Falls 1-0 Montana 1-0 Montana St. Billings 30-26

NEBRASKA Creighton Hastings Nebraska-Omaha Wayne State

0-1 4-1 1-0 2-0

NEVADA Nevada Nevada-Las Vegas

0-1 0-1

MARYLAND Maryland

0-1

MASSACHUSETTS

1-0 0-3

New Mexico 1-2 New Mexico Highlands 1-0 Santa Fe 0-1 Western New Mexico 17-2

American International 2-0

ILLINOIS DePaul Illinois Lincoln Christian Northern Illinois Robert Morris Southern Illinois S. Illinois–Edwardsville Trinity International

Massachusetts-Lowell 0-1 0-1 0-1 6-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 4-0 2-0

MICHIGAN Aquinas Calvin Ferris State Michigan Northern Michigan Western Michigan

2-0 0-1 4-0 1-1 2-0 1-0

North Dakota North Dakota State

0-1 0-4

OHIO Dayton

1-0

OKLAHOMA Langston Oklahoma Oklahoma State

3-0 0-2 0-2

OREGON Concordia 3-1 Eastern Oregon 3-0 George Fox 1-2 Lewis & Clark 3-3 Linfield 1-0 Multnomah Bible 4-0 Oregon 0-2 Oregon State 0-2 Oregon Tech 2-0 Pacific University 0-2 Portland 0-2 Portland State 2-1 Southern Oregon St. 0-1 Warner Pacific 1-0 Western Oregon 13-11

PENNSYLVANIA NEW JERSEY

NEW MEXICO 2-0 0-2 1-1 10-9

1-0 0-1 0-1 0-2 2-0 2-0 1-0

NORTH DAKOTA

1-0

IDAHO

High Point North Carolina North Carolina State N.C.-Wilmington Pfeiffer Shaw Wake Forest

1-0

MISSOURI

Caldwell College Seton Hall

MAINE Maine

Idaho Idaho State Lewis-Clark State Northwest Nazarene

2-0 2-0 Minnesota St.-Mankato 2-0 SW Minnesota State 0-1

MONTANA KENTUCKY

American Sports 1-0 California 1-1 Cal Poly SLO 0-1 Cal State Bakersfield 1-3 Cal St. Dominguez Hills 2-1 Cal State Hayward 3-1 Cal State Northridge 0-1 Cal State Stanislaus 4-0 Chico State 7-0 Fresno Pacific 1-0 Fresno State 0-2 Humboldt State 4-11 Long Beach State 0-1 Loyola Marymount 0-1 Occidental 2-0 Pacific 1-0 Sacramento State 5-1 St. Mary’s 0-2 San Diego 0-1 San Francisco 1-0 San Francisco State 4-0 San Jose State 0-1 Santa Clara 1-2 Sonoma State 1-1 Southern Cal 0-1 Stanford 0-3 UC Riverside 1-0 UC San Diego 1-0 UCLA 0-2

Bemidji State Crown

California Drexel Edinboro Lafayette Lancaster Bible Millersville Penn State Pittsburgh St. Joseph’s Villanova

2-0 1-0 2-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-2

NEW YORK Canisius Concordia Fordham Hofstra Iona Nyack Syracuse

3-0 3-0 0-2 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-2

NORTH CAROLINA Brevard

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RHODE ISLAND Bryant Rhode Island

2-0 1-0

SOUTH CAROLINA Charleston, College of Furman Lander South Carolina

0-1 0-1 1-0 0-2

2-0

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — SERIES/YEAR-BY-YEAR STATS ALL-TIME SERIES BY STATE, cont. SOUTH DAKOTA Augustana South Dakota

1-0 2-1

TENNESSEE Christian Brothers Cumberland Tennessee Tenn.-Chattanooga Tennessee-Martin Tennessee Tech Vanderbilt

1-1 2-0 1-1 0-2 2-0 0-1 0-2

TEXAS Angelo State Baylor

4-4 0-1

Concordia Lutheran Dallas East Texas State Houston Huston-Tillotson Lamar Sam Houston State Southern Methodist Texas Texas A&I Texas A&M Texas Christian Texas College Texas-El Paso Texas-Permian Basin Texas State

1-0 1-0 1-0 1-3 2-0 0-1 0-2 1-0 1-2 0-1 0-3 1-1 1-1 0-1 2-0 2-0

Texas Tech Texas Wesleyan

1-1 1-1

William & Mary

1-0

WEST VIRGINIA Ohio Valley

1-0

WASHINGTON UTAH Brigham Young Southern Utah Utah Weber State

0-1 0-1 0-1 2-3

VIRGINIA Averett Bridgewater Hampton Longwood Old Dominion Virginia State

2-0 1-0 0-1 1-1 0-1 1-0

Central Washington Eastern Washington Northwest College Pacific Lutheran Puget Sound Saint Martin’s Seattle University Seattle Pacific Walla Walla College Washington Washington State Western Washington Whitworth

11-10 3-3 2-0 2-2 10-8 19-5 14-6 32-25 2-0 1-2 0-4 11-8 0-2

WISCONSIN Cardinal Stritch Lawrence Mount Senario Northland Baptist

2-2 2-0 1-0 3-0

WYOMING Wyoming

0-2

CANADA Simon Fraser

3-2

*Denotes forfeitures from 1981

YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM STATISTICS Year Record 1977-78 16-18 1978-79 16-11 1979-80 13-19 1980-81 15-11 1981-82 21- 9 1982-83 14-15 1983-84 15-13 1984-85 16-12 1985-86 22-10 1986-87 23- 7 1987-88 24-10 1988-89 21- 9 1989-90 22- 8 1990-91 19-11 1991-92 21- 8 1992-93 22- 9 1993-94 21-10 1994-95 16-11 1995-96 19- 9 1996-97 20- 8 1997-98 16-11 1998-99 17-10 1999-00 17- 9 2000-01 19- 8 2001-02 9-18 2002-03 13-14 2003-04 20-10 2004-05 11-16 2005-06 19-12 2006-07 19– 9 2007-08 29– 6 2008-09 15-14 2009-10 17-10

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FG-FGA 1233-2513 946-1965 1014-2194 735-1426 857-1766 812-1875 803-1786 775-1735 876-1833 945-1950 1188-2366 865-1858 1025-2064 906-1880 869-1819 942-2040 954-2225 907-1883 896-1932 835-1801 756-1728 722-1707 775-1697 887-1830 715-1722 723-1708 786-1664 736-1633 879-1786 742-1450 909-1849 776-1563 672-1481

PCT .491 .478 .462 .515 .485 .433 .450 .447 .478 .485 .502 .466 .497 .482 .478 .462 .429 .483 .464 .464 .438 .423 .457 .485 .415 .423 .472 .451 .492 .512 .492 .496 .454

3P-3PA NA NA NA NA NA 62-157 32- 98 NA NA 99-270 93-244 102-287 160-385 149-376 165-467 164-485 280-776 159-442 268-729 277-752 236-691 215-659 238-635 203-523 219-593 229-628 280-612 207-556 283-635 219-517 265-642 202-491 211-580

PCT ----------.395 .327 ----.367 .381 .355 .416 .396 .353 .338 .361 .360 .368 .368 .342 .326 .375 .388 .369 .365 .458 .372 .446 .424 .413 .411 .364

FT-FTA 479-730 333-556 484-725 435-620 505-734 411-652 417-651 507-727 538-809 524-791 443-676 501-738 563-817 475-742 433-623 433-685 471-688 401-592 530-764 443-633 462-655 445-644 389-551 501-744 386-537 429-608 445-622 382-525 531-685 479-620 475-623 377-482 360-504

PCT .656 .599 .667 .701 .688 .630 .641 .697 .665 .662 .655 .679 .689 .640 .695 .632 .685 .677 .694 .700 .705 .691 .706 .673 .719 .706 .715 .728 .775 .773 .762 .782 .714

AST 556 329 365 356 424 415 413 414 438 491 572 394 525 420 434 485 586 546 639 581 468 412 462 487 459 485 531 458 585 536 599 480 415

TO 646 356 NA 460 481 489 388 435 556 491 578 433 478 512 453 474 433 438 468 455 452 407 356 353 409 412 436 386 433 370 419 393 373

BLK NA NA NA NA NA 37 71 69 81 114 92 60 80 125 98 64 98 67 89 94 118 98 101 91 91 71 63 61 89 55 82 78 52

STL NA 202 NA 219 264 253 205 226 237 255 310 283 292 247 250 268 209 233 271 234 215 171 160 234 225 240 185 205 196 186 240 171 165

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REB-AVG 1442-43.7 935-34.6 1240-38.7 926-35.6 987-32.9 1079-37.2 1139-40.7 1073-38.3 1248-39.0 1242-41.4 1428-42.0 1072-35.7 1349-45.0 1207-40.2 1107-38.2 1239-40.0 1382-44.6 1148-42.5 1183-42.3 1101-39.3 1071-39.7 1074-39.8 1072-41.2 1004-37.2 931-34.5 978-36.2 1051-35.0 869-32.2 1052-33.9 849-30.3 1127-32.2 944-32.6 951-35.2

PTS-AVG 2945-89.2 2245-83.1 2512-78.5 1905-73.2 2219-74.0 2097-72.3 2055-73.4 2057-73.5 2290-71.6 2513-83.8 2914-85.7 2333-77.8 2773-92.4 2436-81.2 2336-80.6 2481-80.0 2659-85.8 2378-88.1 2590-92.5 2390-85.4 2210-81.9 2104-77.9 2177-83.7 2478-91.8 2035-75.4 2104-77.9 2297-76.6 2061-76.3 2572-83.0 2182-77.9 2558-73.1 2131-73.5 1915-70.9

HI 115 121 106 99 98 105 107 95 99 118 121 97 141 118 104 116 111 119 119 118 109 103 127 117 110 102 108 112 118 105 100 95 90


SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS ALL-TIME RESULTS Head Coach

Bob Rachal 1 season 16-18 (.471) 1977-78 (16-18) ALASKA FAIRBANKS ALASKA FAIRBANKS at MSU Billings at Seattle Pacific at Idaho GREAT FALLS at Texas at Texas-El Paso at Northern Arizona at New Mexico LINFIELD NORTH DAKOTA STATE NORTH DAKOTA STATE at Missouri-Rolla at Cal St.-Northridge MSU BILLINGS MSU BILLINGS SAINT MARTIN’S SAINT MARTIN’S at Stanford at California at Portland CHICO STATE CHICO STATE SIMON FRASER SIMON FRASER at Hawaii–Hilo at Hawaii–Hilo at Chaminade at Chaminade LEWIS & CLARK LEWIS & CLARK at Alaska Fairbanks at Alaska Fairbanks

W 106-93 W 96-70 L 91-92 L 63-81 W 82-71 W 87-86 L 65-87 L 83-88 L 76-101 L 101-127 W 114-99 L 75-88 L 91-92 L 81-104 L 76-79 W 103-88 W 113-103 W 103-96 W 99-88 L 98-108 L 85-93 L 84-108 W 90-79 W 90-80 W 101-91 W 102-85 L 77-95 L 71-83 W 115-87 L 86-92 W 89-81 W 82-66 L 60-75 L 73-82

Head Coach

Gary Bliss 3 seasons 44-41 (.518) 1978-79 (16-11) ALASKA FAIRBANKS ALASKA FAIRBANKS LAMAR* PENN STATE* TEXAS A&M* WEBER STATE WEBER STATE at MSU-Billings at North Dakota State at North Dakota State

W 85-75 W 90-68 L 62-87 W 79-60 L 70-100 W 77-75 L 71-73 L 64-71 L 63-67 L 74-88

HOUSTON HOUSTON COLL. OF OZARKS^

L L W WESTERN MICHIGAN^ W ILLINOIS^ L at MSU-Billings W at MSU Billings W at Alaska Fairbanks L at Alaska Fairbanks W at Lewis & Clark W at Cent. Washington W at Central Bible W CANISIUS W CANISIUS W at BYU-Hawaii W at Chaminade L at Chaminade W

85-100 81-94 106-84 87-77 80-92 88-79 86-80 76-100 86-84 115-70 82-70 121-50 82-78 93-77 114-82 80-89 73-71

*Great Alaska Shootout ^Glacier Classic

1979-80 (13-19) ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 78-58 ALASKA FAIRBANKS L 77-78 PACIFIC* W 86-85 KENTUCKY* L 68-97 LONG BEACH STATE* L 50-67 CAL ST-STANISLAUS W 102-81 CAL ST-STANISLAUS W 106-94 CS-DOMINGUEZ HILLS W 87-80 CS-DOMINGUEZ HILLS L 82-83 UNC-WILMINGTON L-OT 64-67 UNC-WILMINGTON L 63-66 at Samford W 76-72 at Evansville L 57-66 at McNeese State L 68-83 at SW Louisiana L 91-134 at Nicholls State L 73-91 at Centenary L 92-121 TEXAS WESLEYAN L 93-105 TEXAS WESLEYAN W 74-71 SAINT MARTIN’S W 86-78 SAINT MARTIN’S W 92-76 AVERETT W 70-55 AVERETT W 103-84 PORTLAND STATE L 78-84 PORTLAND STATE W 101-96 at Alaska Fairbanks L 65-73 at Brigham Young L 59-93 at Hawaii-Hilo L 64-80 at Hawaii-Hilo L 65-86 at Hawaii Pacific W 101-86 at BYU-Hawaii L 73-75 at Alaska Fairbanks L 69-88 *Great Alaska Shootout

1980-81 (15-11) ALASKA FAIRBANKS ALASKA FAIRBANKS NORTH CAROLINA* NICHOLLS STATE*

OT-L W L W

55-56 99-77 50-69 77-62

MISSOURI* SW MISSOURI STATE SW MISSOURI STATE EASTERN OREGON ST. EASTERN OREGON ST. SONOMA STATE at Kentucky^ at Idaho State^ HOUSTON at Baylor at Arkansas LONGWOOD LONGWOOD VALDOSTA STATE VALDOSTA STATE at Hawaii Pacific at BYU-Hawaii at Portland State BYU-HAWAII BYU-HAWAII at Alaska Fairbanks at Alaska Fairbanks

L W W W W W L L W L L W L L W L W W W W W L

53-54 82-66 85-69 99-76 90-62 72-57 56-91 81-91 79-78 58-64 58-92 77-61 66-67 73-82 83-76 50-54 78-75 78-65 84-77 95-68 71-52 56-57

*Great Alaska Shootout ^Kentucky Invitational

Head Coach

Harry Larrabee 8 seasons (1981-86 & 1991-93) 132-77 (.632) 1981-82 (21-9) ALASKA FAIRBANKS WASHINGTON STATE* GEORGETOWN* McNEESE STATE* DUBUQUE DUBUQUE NW MISSOURI STATE NW MISSOURI STATE

W L L L W W W W EASTERN WASHINGTON W MSU BILLINGS W Drexel^ W at Vanderbilt^ L at SW Missouri State W at Fresno State L OREGON TECH W OREGON TECH W TRINITY W TRINITY W at Hawaii–Hilo W at Hawaii–Hilo W at BYU-Hawaii W at Alaska Fairbanks W SEATTLE PACIFIC W PUGET SOUND W at Eastern Washington W at MSU-Billings L

82-45 66-83 67-77 85-92 68-43 91-54 79-62 86-76 78-69 66-53 63-55 68-72 71-67 45-71 64-58 94-75 77-70 98-71 73-64 84-67 79-73 69-50 74-63 76-66 64-57 62-75

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at Seattle Pacific at Puget Sound Cal Poly-SLO% San Francisco State%

L L L W

74-81 67-77 60-66 89-84

*Great Alaska Shootout ^Music City Classic – Nashville, TN %NCAA West Regional–Bakersfield, CA

1982-83 (14-15) SIU-EDWARDSVILLE W 59-56 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE W 90-72 WASHINGTON* L 50-62 FLORIDA* L 52-72 TEXAS A&M* L 65-93 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W-OT 86-79 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 70-64 SOUTHWESTERN (KS) W 80-68 SOUTHWESTERN (KS) L 74-75 NE MISSOURI ST. L 72-83 NE MISSOURI ST.+ W 74-72 LAWRENCE W 97-73 LAWRENCE W 105-73 at Ala.-Birmingham% L 60-102 Fordham% L 60-76 at Indiana State L 93-109 at IUP-Ft. Wayne W 52-50 PUGET SOUND W-OT 78-76 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 95-87 at Eastern Washington L 66-72 at MSU–Billings L 57-62 at Hawaii-Hilo L-OT 80-88 at BYU-Hawaii L 50-61 at Alaska Fairbanks W 72-65 at Alaska Fairbanks W 84-73 MSU BILLINGS L 56-61 EASTERN WASHINGTON W 81-66 at Puget Sound L 63-66 at Seattle Pacific L 76-93 *Great Alaska Shootout +at Kotzebue %UAB Classic – Birmingham, AL

1983-84 (15-13) CHICO STATE CHICO STATE NORTH CAROLINA ST.^ NEW MEXICO^ FORDHAM^ HASTINGS COLLEGE HASTINGS COLLEGE* at Alaska Fairbanks at Alaska Fairbanks OCCIDENTAL OCCIDENTAL College of Santa Fe% Fresno Pacific% at Sonoma State at Santa Clara$ St. Joseph’s$ HAWAII-HILO

W 75-67 W 74-68 L 60-68 W 79-72 L 68-69 L 72-73 W 92-76 W 79-61 L 57-60 W 58-47 W 65-53 L 69-75 W 77-62 L 70-71 L 66-85 L 54-106 W 78-70

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS ALL-TIME RESULTS, CONTINUED BYU-HAWAII at MSU-Billings at Puget Sound at Seattle Pacific MSU BILLINGS ALASKA FAIRBANKS ALASKA FAIRBANKS SEATTLE PACIFIC PUGET SOUND ROCKMONT COLL.+ ROCKMONT COLL.#

W 75-62 L 77-89 L 60-84 W 86-81 W 79-66 W 93-81 L 71-77 L 74-96 L 59-62 W 107-72 W 81-70

*at Wasilla +at Barrow #at Juneau ^Great Alaska Shootout %Cal State-Bakersfield Tournament $Cable Car Classic

1984-85 (16-12) SAN FRANCISCO STATE W SAN FRANCISCO STATE W OREGON* L MARYLAND* L IDAHO STATE* L-OT ANGELO STATE W ANGELO STATE L ALASKA FAIRBANKS W ALASKA FAIRBANKS W SACRAMENTO STATE W SACRAMENTO STATE W at New Mexico^ L Texas A&M^ L Ft. Hays State% L Concordia (NY)% W-OT at Hawaii–Hilo W at Hawaii–Loa W GRACE COLLEGE W PUGET SOUND W SEATTLE PACIFIC W SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W SEATTLE UNIVERSITY L at Alaska Fairbanks W at Alaska Fairbanks W at Seattle Pacific L at Puget Sound L at MSU–Billings L MSU BILLINGS L

91-72 74-66 54-61 52-54 72-73 95-89 77-79 85-67 88-77 81-68 62-56 71-98 54-81 67-84 71-68 74-73 87-72 92-71 71-59 85-79 80-64 58-86 70-61 64-59 79-83 53-69 68-78 82-85

*Great Alaska Shootout ^Lobo Invite – Albuquerque, NM %Chaminade Tour. – Honolulu, HI

1985-86 (22-10) HUMBOLDT STATE HUMBOLDT STATE PURDUE* MISSOURI* VILLANOVA* SAM HOUSTON STATE SAM HOUSTON STATE MINN. ST.-MANKATO

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W W L W L L L W

74-70 69-57 70-92 59-56 52-71 48-66 68-81 73-66

MINN. ST.-MANKATO BRYANT BRYANT at Texas^ San Diego^ at Hawaii-Hilo at Hawaii Pacific at Puget Sound at Puget Sound at Seattle Pacific at Alaska Fairbanks at Alaska Fairbanks MSU BILLINGS at Alaska Southeast at MSU Billings at MSU Billings at Seattle University ALASKA FAIRBANKS ALASKA FAIRBANKS SEATTLE PACIFIC SEATTLE PACIFIC PUGET SOUND UC Riverside% at Cal State-Hayward%

W W W L L L L W L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L

71-62 70-57 75-69 57-68 64-78 66-72 70-79 67-66 65-69 80-73 71-51 71-54 70-63 89-87 63-61 79-74 78-75 86-58 99-60 83-74 68-66 76-67 86-83 73-87

*Great Alaska Shootout ^Longhorn Invitational – Austin, TX %NCAA West Regional – Hayward, CA

Head Coach

Ron Abegglen 5 seasons 109-45 (.708) 1986-87 (23-7) ALASKA PACIFIC ALASKA FAIRBANKS

W 118-68 W 113-88 AMERICAN INTERNAT’L W 97-72 AMERICAN INTERNAT’L W 81-66 IOWA* L 81-91 TEXAS* W 80-68 WASHINGTON* W 77-75 CAL STATE-HAYWARD W 98-51 CAL STATE-HAYWARD W 83-61 PFEIFFER W 75-62 PFEIFFER W 84-71 CONCORDIA (NY) W 107-95 CONCORDIA (NY) W 94-80 at Ala.-Birmingham$ L 72-94 Michigan$ L 55-102 at Chaminade W 87-75 at Hawaii–Loa W 85-72 at Hawaii–Hilo W 67-64 at Metro State L 77-79 at MSU-Billings L 74-90 PUGET SOUND W 82-71 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 75-46 at Alaska Fairbanks W-OT 97-95 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 91-67 MSU BILLINGS L 65-76

METRO STATE at Puget Sound at Seattle Pacific Cal St.-Dom. Hills% at MSU-Billings%

W 83-72 W 78-69 W 98-86 W-2OT 68-64 L 73-79

^Alaska Governor’s Cup *Great Alaska Shootout $UAB Classic – Birmingham, AL %NCAA West Regional – Billings, MT

1987-88 (24-10) Alaska Southeast^ W 107-106 at Alaska Fairbanks^ W 106-90 ANGELO STATE W 75-71 ANGELO STATE L 72-75 SYRACUSE* L 76-95 SW TEXAS STATE* W 90-84 MIAMI* W 78-77 NE MISSOURI STATE W 95-75 NE MISSOURI STATE W 106-70 BARRY W 93-83 BARRY W 101-83 ALASKA PACIFIC W 102-79 HASTINGS COLLEGE W 88-78 Creighton% L 84-85 Tennessee Tech% L 67-68 at Kentucky L 58-100 at BYU–Hawaii W 101-73 at Hawaii–Hilo L 77-86 at Hawaii–Loa W 85-67 METRO STATE W 75-49 MSU BILLINGS W 75-60 at Puget Sound W 83-81 at Seattle Pacific W 83-68 at Alaska Fairbanks L 76-85 at MSU-Billings L 69-89 at Metro State L 62-71 PUGET SOUND W 97-85 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 106-74 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 121-88 CS Bakersfield# W-OT 89-82 at Cal State-Hayward# W 72-67 FERRIS STATE! W 97-85 Troy State$ W 77-72 Massachusetts-Lowell$ L 72-75 ^Governor’s Cup – Fairbanks *Great Alaska Shootout %UNLV Rebel Roundup #NCAA West Regional – Hayward, CA

!NCAA Quarterfinals - Anchorage $NCAA Final Four – Springfield, MA

1988-89 (21-9) Alaska Pacific$ at Alaska Southeast$ MILLERSVILLE MILLERSVILLE KANSAS* FLORIDA* IONA*

W W W W L L W

81-60 97-80 82-76 94-90 81-94 72-83 71-70

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SOUTH DAKOTA W 77-66 SOUTH DAKOTA W 74-69 ALASKA PACIFIC W 74-60 MISSOURI WESTERN W 85-76 MISSOURI WESTERN W 70-68 Michigan^ W 70-66 at Utah^ L 68-75 at Sacramento State W 94-74 at BYU–Hawaii W 75-67 at Hawaii Pacific W 81-65 California (Pa.)% W 73-61 at Chaminade% L 64-69 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 72-71 PUGET SOUND W 89-82 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 83-73 at Metro State L-OT 83-86 at MSU–Billings L 72-81 SACRAMENTO STATE W 85-70 MSU BILLINGS W 75-60 METRO STATE L 72-77 at Puget Sound L 65-74 at Seattle Pacific W 74-71 at Alaska Fairbanks L 80-96 $Alaska Governor’s Cup – Juneau *Great Alaska Shootout ^Utah Seiko Classic – Salt Lake City %Chaminade Tour. – Honolulu, HI

1989-90 (22-8) ALASKA SOUTHEAST$ W 141-72 ALASKA PACIFIC$ W 103-64 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE W 91-79 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE W 91-84 HAWAII* L 74-79 FLORIDA STATE* L 74-75 AUBURN* W 109-94 MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS W-OT 99-87 MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS W 81-73 WAYNE STATE W 96-59 WAYNE STATE W 101-62 PITTSBURG STATE W 85-55 PITTSBURG STATE W 87-63 at Vanderbilt^ L 81-85 William & Mary^ W 91-85 at Oklahoma L 81-101 ALASKA PACIFIC W 87-76 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 91-49 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 102-83 SACRAMENTO STATE W 121-75 at Metro State L 83-106 at MSU–Billings W 71-64 at Alaska Fairbanks W 131-87 CHAMINADE W 90-60 MSU BILLINGS W 100-84 METRO STATE W 86-78 at Sacramento St. OT-L 93-99 at Seattle Pacific W 70-69 at North Dakota% L 71-78 South Dakota% L 92-101 $Alaska Governor’s Cup


SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS ALL-TIME RESULTS, CONTINUED *Great Alaska Shootout ^Music City Classic – Nashville, TN %NCAA North Central Regional – Grand Forks, ND

1990-91 (19-11) at Alaska Fairbanks TENNESSEE-MARTIN TENNESSEE-MARTIN TEXAS TECH* UCLA* SOUTH CAROLINA* FLORIDA SOUTHERN at Syracuse^ Florida^ CLARK ATLANTA CLARK ATLANTA MORRIS BROWN MORRIS BROWN at Nevada Pittsburgh% California% Tennessee% at Chaminade at MSU–Billings at Grand Canyon SEATTLE PACIFIC at Sheldon Jackson at Alaska Fairbanks SHELDON JACKSON GRAND CANYON MSU BILLINGS ALASKA FAIRBANKS at Seattle Pacific Chico State$ at Cal St-Bakersfield$

W 117-114 W 83-65 W 77-75 W 70-58 L 67-80 L 59-72 L 68-80 L 85-103 L 81-92 W 80-64 W 66-58 W 100-80 W 73-67 L 73-74 L 69-93 W 88-73 W 86-78 W 83-78 L 71-73 L 86-94 L 69-71 W 113-70 W 97-86 W 101-71 W 75-56 W 82-75 W 118-81 W 57-55 W 74-69 L 68-78

*Great Alaska Shootout ^Carrier Classic – Syracuse, NY %Rainbow Classic – Honolulu, HI $NCAA West Regional–Bakersfield, CA

Head Coach

Harry Larrabee 1991-92 (21-8) BAPTIST CHRISTIAN W 94-78 BAPTIST CHRISTIAN W 96-74 OREGON STATE* L 66-80 SANTA CLARA* W 72-71 IDAHO* W 64-61 SHELDON JACKSON W 75-57 SHELDON JACKSON W 75-72 HUSTON–TILLOTSON W 104-70 HUSTON–TILLOTSON W 81-66 FORT VALLEY STATE W 79-51 FORT VALLEY STATE W 53-50 at Washington State L 68-77 at Tenn.–Chattanooga^ L 68-92 Eastern Kentucky^ W 87-83 NE MISSOURI STATE W 71-69

NE MISSOURI STATE W 55-47 ALASKA FAIRBANKS% W 86-70 TEXAS A&I% L 73-75 ANGELO STATE% W 103-79 at Alaska Fairbanks W-OT 80-75 GRAND CANYON W 102-71 MSU–BILLINGS W 94-76 at Seattle Pacific L 85-87 at Chaminade W 92-90 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 94-77 at MSU–Billings L 73-76 at Grand Canyon L 82-101 CHAMINADE L-OT 93-97 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 71-69 *Great Alaska Shootout ^UTC Classic – Chattanooga, TN %Alascom Jamboree

1992-93 (22-9) EDINBORO W 89-83 EDINBORO W 116-92 OREGON* L 73-96 TENN.-CHATTANOOGA* L 56-110 DAYTON* W 84-70 COLO.-COLO. SPRINGS+ W 115-52 COLO.-COLO. SPRINGS W 95-62 Bridgewater^ W 73-60 Lander^ W 73-70 Calvin^ L 64-69 Oklahoma% L 70-102 Weber State% W 80-71 at Arizona State L 79-80 EAST TEXAS STATE# W 84-75 N.M. HIGHLANDS# W-OT 86-82 SO. COLORADO# W 100-75 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 82-68 at Grand Canyon L 88-92 at MSU Billings W 82-62 CHAMINADE! L 71-76 HAWAII-HILO W 91-83 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 90-79 at Chaminade L 81-85 at Alaska Fairbanks W 83-78 MSU BILLINGS W 79-74 GRAND CANYON W 76-74 at Seattle Pacific L 49-86 MSU BILLINGS& W 65-64 GRAND CANYON& W-OT 86-78 Chico State$ W 72-70 at Cal St-Bakersfield$ L 59-78 +at Barrow !Game forfeited by Chaminade *Great Alaska Shootout ^Sunshine Shootout – Nassua, Bahamas %All College Tournament – Oklahoma City #Alascom Jamboree &Pac West Conference Tourn. $NCAA West Regional–Bakersfield, CA

Head Coach

Charlie Bruns 11 seasons 186-117 (.708) 1993-94 (21-10) CARDINAL STRITCH^ L 72-75 DALLAS^ W 92-61 NORTHERN MICHIGAN W 100-66 NORTHERN MICHIGAN W 74-72 WAKE FOREST* W 70-68 PORTLAND* L-2OT 89-96 WEBER STATE* L 82-91 ADAMS STATE+ W 78-65 ADAMS STATE W 84-66 W. NEW MEXICO W 73-71 W. NEW MEXICO W-OT 100-93 at Indiana Southeast W 89-83 at Ball State L 77-78 at Washington State L 63-86 at Seattle Pacific L 73-90 GRAND CANYON W 100-75 MSU BILLINGS W 99-72 at Hawaii-Hilo W 91-82 at Chaminade W 93-88 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 102-98 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 75-70 at MSU Billings L-2OT 102-106 at Grand Canyon L 78-90 CHAMINADE W 82-71 HAWAII-HILO W 95-79 at Alaska Fairbanks W 111-100 MSU BILLINGS# W 95-83 GRAND CANYON# L 67-72 SEATTLE PACIFIC$ W 83-77 Cal State-Bakersfield& L 61-92 San Francisco State& W 109-97 +at Kenai ^Alascom Jamboree *Great Alaska Shootout #Pac West Conference Tournament $NCAA II Play-In &NCAA West Regional–Riverside, CA

1994-95 (16-11) INDIANA SOUTHEAST^ CONCORDIA LUTHRN^ COLORADO MINES COLORADO MINES VILLANOVA* ARIZONA* JACKSON STATE* LINCOLN CHRISTIAN+ LINCOLN CHRISTIAN LSU-SHREVEPORT LSU-SHREVEPORT at Santa Clara% San Jose State% at Oklahoma State

W 95-64 W 111-102 W 110-90 W 91-75 L 58-75 L 88-107 W 96-74 W 119-77 W 119-73 W 82-50 W 87-58 L 75-78 L 66-70 L 72-112

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W. NEW MEXICO at Seattle Pacific at MSU-Billings HAWAII-HILO CHAMINADE ALASKA FAIRBANKS at W. New Mexico MSU BILLINGS SEATTLE PACIFIC at Chaminade at Hawaii-Hilo at Alaska Fairbanks at Alaska Fairbanks

W 104-62 L 72-74 W 97-78 W 81-73 L 82-84 W 79-77 L 76-78 W 91-67 W 74-67 L 77-84 L-OT 88-91 W 89-87 L-OT 99-104

+Played at Barrow High School ^Alascom Jamboree *Great Alaska Shootout %Cable Car Classic

1995-96 (19-9) MOUNT SENARIO^ W-OT 106-97 LANGSTON^ W 90-57 CROWN W 119-50 CROWN W 107-42 INDIANA* L 79-84 OLD DOMINION* L 77-78 TEXAS CHRISTIAN* W 89-78 CARDINAL STRITCH W 99-76 CARDINAL STRITCH+ W 94-69 WESTERN STATE W 93-69 WESTERN STATE W 96-62 at Coll of Charleston% L 72-93 Lafayette% W 82-75 at Texas Christian L 78-124 at Weber State L 101-108 at Alaska Fairbanks W-OT 98-94 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 83-54 W. NEW MEXICO W 91-49 at Hawaii-Hilo L 78-83 at Chaminade W 90-82 at MSU Billings L 114-141 MSU BILLINGS W 100-84 CHAMINADE W 88-63 HAWAII-HILO W 112-77 at W. New Mexico W 72-67 at Seattle Pacific L 74-90 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 112-78 Grand Canyon% L-OT 96-105 ^AT&T Alascom Jamboree *Carrs Great Alaska Shootout +at Kotzebue %College of Charleston Classic %NCAA West Regional–Bakersfield, CA

1996-97 (20-8) NORTHLAND BAPTIST^ ROBERT MORRIS (IL)^ AQUINAS AQUINAS MAINE* KENTUCKY* STANFORD*

W W W W W L L

118-39 105-48 103-84 90-53 75-65 72-104 69-91

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS ALL-TIME RESULTS, CONTINUED SHAW W 114-79 SHAW W 109-74 at Stanford L 70-105 at Saint Mary’s L 68-78 at Seton Hall% L 69-73 San Francisco% W 92-70 HASTINGS W 89-78 HASTINGS W 87-58 at Seattle Pacific L 61-75 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 90-74 at Chaminade W 88-66 at Hawaii-Hilo W 84-66 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 74-68 MSU BILLINGS W 93-91 W. NEW MEXICO W 80-70 CHAMINADE W 86-76 HAWAII-HILO W 80-74 at W. New Mexico W 67-52 at MSU-Billings L 96-107 at Alaska Fairbanks W 94-90 Montana St.-Billings$ L 67-97 ^AT&T Alascom Jamboree *Carrs Great Alaska Shootout %SHU Meadowlands Tournament – E. Rutherford, NJ $NCAA West Regional–Bakersfield, CA

1997-98 (16-11) LINCOLN CHRISTIAN^ W 87-46 EMBRY-RIDDLE^ W 101-90 FERRIS STATE W 83-70 FERRIS STATE W 77-67 SETON HALL* L-OT 57-67 UCLA* L 68-92 SW LOUISIANA* L 80-101 HENDERSON STATE W 87-76 HENDERSON STATE L 109-112 at Grand View W 75-61 at Iowa State% L 55-57 Grambling% W-OT 79-73 at Southern Utah L 79-94 CUMBERLAND (TN) W 85-72 CUMBERLAND (TN) W 96-80 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 87-69 at Hawaii-Hilo W 84-75 at Chaminade W 83-71 at Alaska Fairbanks W 77-67 MSU BILLINGS L 73-91 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 73-65 at W. New Mexico L 72-81 CHAMINADE L 84-88 HAWAII-HILO W 97-79 at Seattle Pacific L 64-83 at MSU-Billings L 92-120 W. NEW MEXICO W 106-92 ^AT&T Alascom Jamboree *Carrs Great Alaska Shootout %Iowa St. Holiday Classic–Ames, IA

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1998-99 (17-10) CAL ST.-STANISLAUS^ W 84-70 ANGELO STATE^ W 81-72 FRESNO STATE* L 79-82 NOTRE DAME* W-OT 88-82 SAINT MARY’S* L 71-78 TEXAS COLLEGE W 83-71 TEXAS COLLEGE L 73-75 PACIFIC LUTHERAN W 103-95 PACIFIC LUTHERAN W 72-62 Southern Methodist% W 80-72 at Arizona State% L 52-85 at Grand Canyon L 64-74 MSU BILLINGS W 94-91 W. NEW MEXICO W 88-80 at BYU-Hawaii W 89-76 at Hawaii Pacific L 72-96 SAINT MARTIN’S W 83-66 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 88-66 at Western Oregon L 81-91 at Humboldt State L 71-83 HAWAII-HILO W 88-55 CHAMINADE W 83-73 at W. New Mexico W 52-35 at MSU-Billings L 94-120 Alaska Fairbanks W 58-55 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 76-66 BYU-Hawaii$ L 57-71 ^AT&T Alascom Jamboree *Carrs Great Alaska Shootout %Arizona State Fiesta Bowl Classic $Pacific West Tour. – Honolulu, HI

HAWAII PACIFIC

W

76-69

^AT&T Alascom Jamboree *Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout

2000-01 (19-8) Seattle University% W 108-67 VALPARAISO* L 67-83 RHODE ISLAND* W 87-77 DePAUL* L 76-93 LANGSTON^ W 104-70 LANGSTON^ W 101-68 at Nevada-Las Vegas L 71-101 SOUTHWESTERN (KS)& W 91-68 SOUTHWESTERN (KS) W 90-42 at Saint Martin’s W 96-83 at Central Washington L 82-95 HAWAII-HILO L 85-92 HAWAII-HILO W-OT 101-99 CHAMINADE W 96-83 at W. New Mexico W 94-66 at W. New Mexico W 93-72 at MSU Billings L 91-105 SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W 81-74 NW NAZARENE W 93-66 at Hawaii Pacific L 84-99 at Hawaii Pacific W 90-79 at BYU-Hawaii W 100-86 MSU BILLINGS W 117-96 MSU BILLINGS W 111-91 W. NEW MEXICO W 96-94 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 96-45 at Alaska Fairbanks L 77-81 %Vitamilk Classic – at SPU

1999-00 (17-9) GRAND CANYON^ GRAND CANYON^ WASHINGTON* GRAMBLING STATE* LOUISVILLE* ADAMS STATE ADAMS STATE at Kentucky at Carver College at MSU-Billings at W. New Mexico at W. New Mexico at Chaminade at Hawaii-Hilo W. WASHINGTON CENT. WASHINGTON at Simon Fraser at Seattle University LINCOLN (MO) LINCOLN (MO) ALASKA FAIRBANKS at Alaska Fairbanks MSU BILLINGS W. NEW MEXICO BYU-HAWAII

W 90-61 W 64-49 L 70-86 W 104-85 L 76-108 W 92-59 W 88-50 L 42-62 W 127-30 L 104-113 W 72-56 W 89-63 L 71-80 L 68-81 W 89-77 L 75-76 W 82-74 W 76-66 W 104-54 W 92-56 L 68-78 L 81-95 W 105-99 W 94-69 W 78-64

*Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout

&at Fort Richardson ^AT&T Alascom Jamboree

2001-02 (9-18) INDIANA* L 66-101 TENNESSEE* L 54-74 OREGON STATE* L 63-72 BYU-HAWAII^ L 78-84 BYU-HAWAII^ L 73-74 MISSOURI-ROLLA^ L 76-78 at Alaska Fairbanks W 70-62 at Wyoming L 67-85 ANGELO STATE L 64-78 ANGELO STATE L 87-93 SAINT MARTIN’S W 68-58 CENT. WASHINGTON W 79-74 at Western Oregon W 87-68 at Humboldt State L 72-76 at Western Washington L 67-87 at Seattle Pacific L 64-95 SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W 73-53 NW NAZARENE W 81-71 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 90-76 at Central Washington L 88-93 at Saint Martin’s L 64-97

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HUMBOLDT STATE L 88-91 WESTERN OREGON W-OT 110-105 SEATTLE PACIFIC L-OT 95-86 W. WASHINGTON L 71-70 at NW Nazarene W 82-79 at Seattle University L 79-68 *Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout

^AT&T Alascom Jamboree

2002-03 (13-14) LINCOLN CHRISTIAN^ W-OT 87-79 CARDINAL STRITCH^ L 80-95 OKLAHOMA STATE* L 69-98 WYOMING* L 69-77 MONTANA* W 69-52 at NW Nazarene W 71-56 at Seattle University L 59-71 COLORADO MINES% L 81-83 COLORADO MINES L 78-95 MONTEVALLO# W 84-60 CHRISTIAN BROS.# L-OT 94-96 CENT. WASHINGTON W 81-74 SAINT MARTIN’S W 102-63 at Seattle Pacific L 68-86 at W. Washington W 88-83 Alaska Fairbanks L 55-78 HUMBOLDT STATE L-OT 88-90 WESTERN OREGON W 78-68 at Central Washington W 80-78 at Saint Martin’s W 92-85 W. WASHINGTON W 79-77 SEATTLE PACIFIC W-OT 90-84 ALASKA FAIRBANKS L 70-73 at Humboldt State L 69-86 at Western Oregon L 64-71 SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W 85-70 NW NAZARENE L 74-79 ^AT&T Alascom Jamboree *Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout

%at Fort Richardson #Glacier Classic

2003-04 (20-10) HAWAII PACIFIC^ EASTERN OREGON^ HAWAII PACIFIC^ SETON HALL* TEXAS STATE* CANISIUS* SEATTLE PACIFIC W. WASHINGTON

W 101-72 W 94-70 W 80-67 L 57-62 W 80-59 W 72-67 OT-L 83-89 W 100-82 Notre Dame de Namur% W 65-52 at Chaminade% W 86-72 Hawaii Pacific% W 76-73 Columbia Union# W 108-51 Lake Superior State# W 67-60 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 71-68 at Humboldt State L 66-78 at Western Oregon L 69-78


SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS ALL-TIME RESULTS, CONTINUED NW NAZARENE W SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W at Saint Martin’s W at Central Washington L at Alaska Fairbanks L WESTERN OREGON W HUMBOLDT STATE L-OT at Seattle University W at Northwest Nazarene L CENT. WASHINGTON W SAINT MARTIN’S W at Western Washington L at Seattle Pacific W BYU-Hawaii$ L

84-82 52-51 80-69 82-91 56-70 95-76 67-69 59-55 71-82 74-47 86-70 80-87 75-73 67-61

^AT&T Alascom Jamboree *Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout

%Hawaiian Style Classic – Honolulu #Glacier Classic – Fairbanks $ NCAA Division II West Regional – San Bernardino, CA

Head Coach

Rusty Osborne 6 seasons 110-67 (.621) 2004-05 (11-16) CALDWELL COLL.# W-3OT 92-87 GRAND CANYON# L 66-70 ALABAMA* L 55-90 FURMAN* L 71-81 HIGH POINT* W 66-65 WESTERN OREGON L 51-52 HUMBOLDT STATE L 57-62 MULTNOMAH BIBLE W 87-59 MULTNOMAH BIBLE W 96-53 OHIO VALLEY^ W 100-73 NYACK^ W 64-61 at Northwest Nazarene L 52-65 at Seattle University W 69-68 CENT. WASHINGTON W 93-90 SAINT MARTIN’S L 76-79 at Seattle Pacific L 76-91 at Western Washington L 92-102 at Alaska Fairbanks L 80-91 SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W 69-68 NW NAZARENE L 67-72 at Saint Martin’s W 96-83 at Central Washington L 85-108 W. WASHINGTON L 79-105 SEATTLE PACIFIC L-2OT 112-117 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 83-82 at Humboldt State L 70-85 at Western Oregon L 57-77 #AT&T Alascom Jamboree *Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout

^Glacier Classic

2005-06 (19-12) NORTHLAND BAPTIST W NORTHLAND BAPTIST W vs Bridgeport% W vs Columbus State% L vs Nebraska-Omaha% W SOUTH CAROLINA* L SOUTHERN ILLINOIS* W SOUTHERN CAL* L vs Cal Ste-Stanislaus# W vs BYU-Hawaii# W WALLA WALLA W WALLA WALLA W at W. Washington L-OT at Central Washington L SEATTLE UNIVERSITY W SAINT MARTIN’S W at Seattle Pacific L at Northwest Nazarene L HUMBOLDT STATE W WESTERN OREGON W at Alaska Fairbanks L at Saint Martin’s W at Seattle University L NW NAZARENE W SEATTLE PACIFIC W at Western Oregon L at Humboldt State W ALASKA FAIRBANKS W CENT. WASHINGTON L W. WASHINGTON W vs Chaminade^ L

118-51 96-62 71-61 61-80 79-66 60-65 72-64 56-57 82-63 90-80 88-62 108-66 106-112

72-73 78-71 92-68 80-87 80-82 85-67 88-50 73-76 72-56 72-82 100-76 89-75 76-81 93-78 84-73 85-88 99-95 67-84

%Disney’s Division II Tip-Off Classic — Orlando, FL *Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout

#Glacier Classic — Fairbanks ^NCAA West Regional — Seattle

2006-07 (19-9) LANCASTER BIBLE W 105-68 LANCASTER BIBLE W 102-30 BEMIDJI STATE W 79-58 BEMIDJI STATE W 88-42 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT* L 58-69 MO.-KANSAS CITY* W 77-70 HOFSTRA* L 65-75 vs Florida Tech% W 78-60 vs Augustana% W 83-65 BYU-HAWAII^ W 79-68 HAWAII-HILO^ W 85-72 SEATTLE PACIFIC L 65-68 CENT. WASHINGTON W 80-60 NW NAZARENE W 60-57 at Saint Martin’s L 74-76 at Western Oregon W 70-49 at W. Washington W 92-72 at Seattle University L 64-65 WESTERN OREGON L 73-81 SAINT MARTIN’S W 93-76 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 78-69

at Northwest Nazarene W SEATTLE UNIVERSITY L W. WASHINGTON W at Central Washington W at Seattle Pacific L at Alaska Fairbanks W at Humboldt State# L

89-75 66-69 77-61 76-61 80-89 85-75 61-68

*Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout

%Glacier Classic — Fairbanks ^AT&T Alascom Jamboree #NCAA West Regional—Arcata, CA

2007-08 (29-6) BREVARD COLLEGE W 80-53 BREVARD COLLEGE W 80-48 TEXAS TECH$ L 47-74 WESTERN KENTUCKY$ L 67-71 E. WASHINGTON$ L 62-64 TEX.-PERMIAN BASIN W 91-52 TEX.-PERMIAN BASIN W 95-45 at BYU-Hawaii W-2OT 95-90 at Chaminade W 64-53 at Hawaii-Hilo W 73-72 FERRIS STATE^ W 71-45 CHRISTIAN BROTHERS^ W 75-52 at Western Oregon W 68-62 at Saint Martin’s W 66-42 ALASKA FAIRBANKS W 77-57 CENT. WASHINGTON W 78-73 W. WASHINGTON W 63-62 at Seattle W 45-38 at Montana St. Billings W 79-43 SEATTLE PACIFIC W 83-71 NW NAZARENE W 77-61 at Alaska Fairbanks W 67-53 at W. Washington W 81-69 at Cent. Washington L-OT 72-74 MSU BILLINGS W 90-46 SEATTLE W 73-60 at NW Nazarene W 77-59 at Seattle Pacific L 58-65 SAINT MARTIN’S W-OT 100-98 WESTERN OREGON W 90-60 UC SAN DIEGO# W 80-60 SEATTLE PACIFIC# W 56-55 BYU-HAWAII# W 73-67 vs California, Pa.% W 55-52 vs Augusta State% L 50-56 $Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout

^AT&T Alascom Jamboree #NCAA West Regional — Anchorage %NCAA Elite 8 — Springfield, MA

2008-09 (15-14) SW Minnesota State# L 55-60 Fort Lewis# L 62-66 Humboldt State# OT-L 81-83 HAMPTON$ L 61-69 NORTHERN ILLINOIS$ L 68-71 LOUISIANA TECH$ W 62-57

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Virginia State# W St. Thomas (Fla.)# W SAINT LEO L SAINT LEO L ROCKHURST W LINCOLN CHRISTIAN W LINCOLN CHRISTIAN W NW NAZARENE L CENT. WASHINGTON W at Alaska Fairbanks W at Western Oregon W at Saint Martin’s L at Montana St. Billings L ALASKA FAIRBANKS W W. WASHINGTON L SEATTLE PACIFIC W MSU BILLINGS W at Seattle Pacific L at W. Washington W-OT at Central Washington L at Northwest Nazarene L SAINT MARTIN’S W WESTERN OREGON W

89-64 71-56 62-74 63-71 63-52 89-52 90-55 78-90 90-78 81-52 75-54 62-66 60-69 90-85 54-69 66-62 87-68 66-68 88-77 65-76 71-76 87-62 95-69

%Disney’s West Coast Tip-Off Classic — Anaheim, CA $Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout

#Glacier Classic - Fairbanks

2009-10 (17-10) at American Sports W at Hawaii Pacific W WASHINGTON STATE$ L NICHOLLS STATE$ W HOUSTON$ L Grace Bible# W Grand Canyon# W WEST. NEW MEXICO^ W CHAMINADE^ W TRINITY INT’L W TRINITY INT’L W MSU BILLINGS W at Western Washington L at Central Washington W SAINT MARTIN’S W WESTERN OREGON L at Seattle Pacific L at Northwest Nazarene L at Alaska Fairbanks W W. WASHINGTON W CENT. WASHINGTON L at Western Oregon W at Saint Martin’s L ALASKA FAIRBANKS W at MSU Billings L NW NAZARENE L SEATTLE PACIFIC W

65-39 82-66 68-87 72-58 57-73 81-69 67-38 69-39 75-53 87-57 89-71 80-72 62-68 67-66 62-45 65-76 71-80 74-79 56-42 68-53 57-62 90-81 59-76 81-78 60-65 76-78 75-64

$Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout

#Glacier Classic - Fairbanks ^AT&T Jamboree

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS A

Abbott, Garrett................................................ 2001-02 Abegglen, Kirk ................................................. 1981-82 Adams, Pete ............................................... 1982-83-84 Adams, Sam ...........................................................1979 Agmata, Geoffrey ..................................................2004 Ahgeak, Derek .......................................................1985 Almon, Raylon .......................................................2005 Aman, Pierre ................................................... 1986-87 Anderson, Bryan ......................................... 1992-93-94 Anderson, Clay ................................................ 1996-98 Anderson, Dave .....................................................1981 ARNOTT, BRYCE ................................................ 2010 Arntz, Stefan..........................................................1992 Arts, Carl ................................................2005-06-07-08 Austin, Bob ...................................................... 2003-04

B

Bailey, Buddy .........................................................2007 Baldwin, Cass.........................................................1996 Bannarbie, Shane ............................................ 2002-03 Barker, Kenny ........................................................2009 Bartley, Dale ............................................... 1986-87-88 Beach, Ron ...................................................... 1984-85 Blajeski, Scott ........................................................1987 Bloom, Kevin ................................................... 1986-87 Booker, Mark.........................................................1983 Boudreaux, Andre ........................................... 1993-94 Brinkerhoff, Joe ............................................... 1988-89 Brown, Gerald ............................................ 1978-79-85 Brown, Jesse .................................................... 2003-04 Bryant, Chris ..........................................................2008 Budimski, Igor.................................................. 1994-95 Bullock, Chris ................................................... 1983-84 Bullock, Peter ........................................2001-02-03-04 Burgess, Kemmy .............................................. 2004-06 Burney, Cameron ............................................ 2007-08

C

Carlisle, Jake ..........................................................1997 Carlson, Sloan .................................................. 1982-83 Carpenter, Mark .............................................. 1988-89 Cammack, Justin.............................................. 1992-93 Caver, Erick ............................................................1991 Childs, Mike ................................................ 1986-87-88 Church, Chris .........................................................1990 Clark, Mike ............................................................1978 Cobbs, Tim.............................................................1988 Cockrell, David.......................................................1983 Collins, Al ......................................................... 1980-81 Cooper, Luke .........................................2005-06-07-08 Cunningham, Ron ............................................ 1978-79

D

Dallafior, Luke .......................................1982-83-84-85 Dannenbring, Terry ...............................................1978 Davis, Joe ........................................................ 2006-07 Dennis, Kalu .................................................... 1994-95 Dinkins,Tommy .......................................... 1996-97-98 Doerr, Kyle ............................................................2009 Downey, Elgin .......................................................1990 Drake, Mark ..........................................2002-03-04-05 Draper, Eric ..................................................... 2006-07 Durrant, Blaine ................................................ 2003-04 Dykstra, John ................................................... 1994-95

E

Evans, Brad............................................................2005 Evans, Josh ............................................2001-02-03-04 Evans, Van .............................................................1991

F

Farris, Rawley .................................................. 1981-82 Fischer, Ron..................................................... 1989-90 Fisher, Todd .................................................... 1989-90 Fitt, Mark......................................................... 1981-82 Fitt-Chappell, Adam ..............................2003-04-05-06 Fox, Jeremy ..................................................... 1994-95 Freeman, Greg ................................................ 2000-01 Freshwater, Bryan .................................................2005

G

Gallatin, Cody ............................................. 2001-02-03 Garrity, Steve ........................................................1992 Garves, Harold ......................................................1991 GIBCUS, LIAM .................................................... 2010 Gilbert, Johnny ................................................ 1981-82 Giles, Mark ............................................................1986

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Gisseman, Mark .............................................. 1990-91 Glover, Nathon ................................................ 2001-02 Gnad, Hansi ...........................................1984-85-86-87 Gould, Robert .................................................. 1980-81 Greene, Adam .......................................................1998 Greenfield, Tom ....................................................1991 Greunke, Rainer ....................................................1983 Gunkel, Drew .................................................. 1999-00

H

Hajdukovich, Jim ...................................1996-97-98-99 Hamey Chris ..........................................1997-98-99-00 Hardy, Doug ..........................................................2008 Hartman, James .............................................. 2005-06 Hatch, Tim .............................................................1983 Hellerstedt, Robert................................................2006 Hills, Brian .............................................................2006 Hoch, Mark...................................................... 1996-97 Holman, Johnny ....................................................1981 Howard, Steve .......................................................1998

J

Jackson, Bo ...................................................... 1978-79 Jackson, Jessie ................................................. 1986-87 Johns, Lauren ............................................. 1991-92-93 Johnson, Jackie......................................................1991 Johnson, Matt ............................................ 1981-83-84 Johnson, Michael ............................................ 1988-89 Jones, Jeff ........................................................ 1990-91 Jones, Marvin ........................................................1987 Jones, E.J. ..............................................................1978 Jones, Tyrone ............................................. 1984-85-86

K

Kaiser, Jason .................................................... 1994-95 Kearney, Stewart............................................. 2003-04 Keddington, Mike ............................................ 2003-04 Kettler, Jared .............................................. 2005-06-08 Killpatrick, Mike .............................................. 1986-88 King, Rob ......................................................... 1978-79 Kirk, Ed ........................................................ 1999-2001 Kuiper, Ty ................................................... 1980-81-82

L

Lafferty, Bob..........................................................1984 Lao, Donnie ...........................................................2010 Larrabee, Scott ......................................1997-98-99-00 Larsen, John ............................................... 1983-84-85 Lawrence, Aaron ............................................. 2004-06 Lenoir, Mark ..........................................................1991 Lentfer, Clint ................................................... 1994-95 Lewis, Chris ................................................. 1999-2000 Libal, Joe.......................................................... 1992-94 Liggon, Mike .................................................... 1986-87 Lincoln, Butch........................................1993-95-96-97 Lockard, Lane ........................................................1996 Lowe, Marc ..................................................... 1985-86

M

Macon, G.J. ...........................................................2002 Macvie, Mike .........................................................1996 Mader, Kevin .............................................. 1991-92-93 Madison, Jon .....................................1999-2000-01-02 Maraman, Darryl ...................................................1983 Martens, Glen .......................................................1983 Martin, Jeff ...................................................... 1983-84 Matthews, Jamie ...................................................1990 Matthews, Scott ....................................................1990 Mayhue, Theo ................................................. 1992-93 McCleery, Race ............................................... 1988-89 McFarland, Allen ...................................................2007 McGee, Sean ................................................... 1989-90 McNutt, Richard ....................................................2006 Meckel, Dan ..........................................................1997 Miles, David...........................................................1989 Millar, Trenton ......................................................2007 Mitchell, Steve ......................................................2007 Monk, Troy ............................................................1980 Moore, Greg ............................................... 1980-81-82 Moser, Tim ............................................................1990 Myers,Vince ..........................................................1989

N

Neal, Chris .............................................................2009 Noble, Terry .................................................... 1979-80 Nye, Darren ...........................................................2009

O

Olden, Cedric.........................................................1980

Olsen, McCade ................................................ 2007-08 O’Shea, Shaun ........................................ 1999-2000-01

P

Pacitti, Nick ...........................................................2010 Page, P.J. ...............................................................1994 Parrish, Averian .....................................................1988 Peterson, Adam.....................................................1993 Pope, Dana ............................................................1995 Price, Andre..................................................... 1992-93 Pilgreen, J.J. ...........................................................1999 Platenik, Ivan.........................................................2007

R

Ramert, Paul..........................................................1983 Reid, Adam ............................................................1998 Reitmeier, John .....................................................1980 RIDGEWAY, LONNIE ..................................... 2008-09 Riser, Tai .......................................................... 1994-95 Robateau,Vern ......................................1986-87-88-90 ROBINSON, CASEY ............................................. 2010 ROBINSON, DREW ............................................. 2010 Robinson, Marcus .................................................2005 Russ, Bobby ...........................................................1988

S

Samuel, Raynold....................................................1994 Sanders, Maurice ..................................................1993 Sandy, John ...........................................................2000 Satathite, Sam .......................................................1998 Schmetzer, Mike ...................................1982-83-85-86 Schoenborn, Paul ............................................ 1987-88 Scholtec, Jeff ................................................... 1981-82 Severson, Aaron ....................................................2005 Sheedy, Jeff ................................................ 1986-87-88 Shippen, Ty............................................................2002 Simpson, Adam .....................................................2004 Smith, Kevin .................................................... 1984-85 Solodkii, Max .......................................... 1999-2000-01 Sommer, Jerry ................................................. 1989-90 Southwick, Shane ............................................ 1991-92 Spencer, Clayton ...................................................2007 Stafford, Rick ................................................... 1996-97 Starke, Kevin .........................................................1980 Stepovich, Dom .....................................................1980 Stevens, Aaron ......................................................2010 Stevens, Scott.................................................. 2003-04 Stewart, Jim ..........................................................1989 Stolle, Ward ..........................................................1978 Swader, Jamell ................................................ 1994-95

T

Taylor, Jamie ................................................... 1997-98 Taylor, Hicks .................................................... 1979-80 Thompson, Jeff................................................ 1991-92 Threlkeld, Dennis ............................................ 1978-79 Trueman, Jeremiah ......................................... 2008-09 Turner, Tony............................................... 1978-79-80

U

Using, Serge ......................................1996-98-99-2000

V

Vaughan, Bryson ............................................. 2002-03 Vaughn, Craig ...................................................... 92-93 Voreis, Colin .................................................... 2008-09

W

Wagner, Taylor................................................ 2000-01 WALKER, BRANDON ..................................... 2009-10 Wallace, Burt.........................................1995-96-97-98 Washington, Dave ........................................... 1978-79 Washington, Sam ....................................... 1978-79-80 Webber, John ........................................................1998 Wells, Vic ...............................................................1978 Wheeler, Tom ............................................ 1978-79-80 Whitaker, Richard ...................................... 1978-79-80 White, Danny ........................................................1985 White, Kevin ............................................... 2008-09-10 WHITE, STEVE............................................... 2009-10 Wilcox, Flip ............................................................1987 Williams, Aubrey ............................................. 1981-82 Williams, Nelson ............................................. 2001-02 Williams, Ryan ................................................. 1996-97 Willis, Del ..............................................................1991 Wrase, Manny .......................................................1985

Z

Zachares, Mark ......................................................1979

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK — INDIVIDUAL HONORS ALASKA ANCHORAGE HONOR ROLL ALL-AMERICAN 1984 1987 1989 1990 1995 1996 2001 2006 2008

Jeff Martin (3rd Tm) Hansi Gnad (1st Tm) Jesse Jackson (1st Tm) Michael Johnson (1st Tm) Todd Fisher (3rd Tm) Todd Fisher (1st Tm) Jason Kaiser (3rd Tm) Ryan Williams (HM) Ed Kirk (3rd Tm) Kemmy Burgess (HM) Carl Arts (1st Tm-NABC/HM-D-II Bulletin)

1995 1996 1997 2001 2008

Jason Kaiser (PWC) Ryan Williams (PWC) Rick Stafford (PWC) Ed Kirk (PWC) Luke Cooper (GNAC)

1996 1997 1998

CONFERENCE NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2003-04

Kemmy Burgess

CONFERENCE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2001-02

1999 2000 2001

Mark Drake (GNAC)

Luke Cooper (1st Tm-D-II Bull./2nd Tm-BB Times)

2009 Kenny Barker (HM-D-II Bull.)

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN 1997

Rick Stafford (2nd Tm)

ALL-REGION 1982 1984 1986 1987 1989 1990 1991 1992 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2001 2003 2004 2006

Mark Fitt Jeff Martin Jessie Jackson Hansi Gnad Jessie Jackson Hansi Gnad Michael Johnson Todd Fisher Todd Fisher Mark Lenoir Jackie Johnson Steve Garrity Jason Kaiser Jason Kaiser Dana Pope Ryan Williams Ryan Williams Rick Stafford Jim Hajdukovich Jim Hajdukovich (2nd Tm) Ed Kirk Peter Bullock Peter Bullock Kemmy Burgess

CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR 1986 Harry Larrabee (GNC) 1988 Ron Abegglen (GNC) 1994 Charlie Bruns (PWC) 1996 Charlie Bruns (PWC) 1997 Charlie Bruns (PWC) 2008 Rusty Osborne (GNAC)

2002 2003 2004

ALL-CONFERENCE

2008

1982

1983 1984

1985 1986 1987 1988

1989

1990

(NABC-1st Tm) (Daktronics-2nd Tm)

2008

Carl Arts

1991

(Daktronics & NABC 1st Tm)

Luke Cooper (Daktronics & NABC 1st Tm) 2009 Kenny Barker (NABC 2nd Tm)

1992

CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

1993

1986 1987 1988 1990 1994

Hansi Gnad (GNC) Jesse Jackson (GNC) Dale Bartley (GNC) Todd Fisher (GNC) Jason Kaiser (PWC)

1994

1995

Mark Fitt (1st Tm) Rawley Farris (2nd Tm) Johnny Gilbert (2nd Tm) Jeff Martin (1st Tm) Jeff Martin (1st Tm) Chris Bullock (2nd Tm) Ron Beach (2nd Tm) Hansi Gnad (1st Tm) Gerald Brown (2nd Tm) Hansi Gnad (1st Tm) Jesse Jackson (1st Tm) Jesse Jackson (1st Tm) Hansi Gnad (1st Tm) Dale Bartley (1st Tm) Averian Parrish (1st Tm) Michael Johnson (HM) Michael Johnson (1st Tm) Todd Fisher (2nd Tm) Race McCleery (HM) Ron Fischer (HM) Todd Fisher (1st Tm) Ron Fischer (2nd Tm) Jerry Sommer (HM) Jackie Johnson (1st Tm) Mark Lenoir (2nd Tm) Del Willis (2nd Tm) Theo Mayhue (1st Tm) Craig Vaughn (2nd Tm) Steve Garrity (2nd Tm) Theo Mayhue (1st Tm) Andre Boudreaux (2nd Tm) Jason Kaiser (1st Tm) Andre Boudreaux (2nd Tm) Bryan Anderson (HM) Jason Kaiser (1st Tm) Dana Pope (2nd Tm)

2005 2006 2007

2009 2010

Tai Riser (HM) Ryan Williams (1st Tm) Rick Stafford (1st Tm) Rick Stafford (1st Tm) Ryan Williams (1st Tm) Jim Hajdukovich (2nd Tm) Burt Wallace (2nd Tm) Jim Hajdukovich (1st Tm) Chris Hamey (2nd Tm) Serge Using (2nd Tm) Ed Kirk (1st Tm) Greg Freeman (2nd Tm) Peter Bullock (HM) Taylor Wagner (HM) Peter Bullock (2nd Tm) Peter Bullock (1st Tm) Peter Bullock (2nd Tm) Kemmy Burgess (2nd Tm) James Hartman (HM) Kemmy Burgess (1st Tm) Luke Cooper (1st Tm) Carl Arts (2nd Tm) Eric Draper (HM) Luke Cooper (1st Tm) Carl Arts (1st Tm) McCade Olsen (2nd Tm) Chris Bryant (HM) Kenny Barker (1st Tm) Jeremiah Trueman (HM) Brandon Walker (1st Tm) Casey Robinson (HM)

SEAWOLF HALL OF FAME 2009 2008 2006 2005 2002 2001

Jim Hajdukovich Rick Stafford Harry Larrabee Jason Kaiser Jesse Jackson Hansi Gnad

UAA ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 1987 1989 1995 1999 2001 2004 2006 2008

Hansi Gnad Michael Johnson Jason Kaiser Jim Hajdukovich Ed Kirk Peter Bullock Kemmy Burgess Luke Cooper

TEAM MVP 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87

Johnny Gilbert Mark Fitt & Johnny Gilbert Jeff Martin Jeff Martin Hansi Gnad Hansi Gnad & Jesse Jackson Jesse Jackson

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

Dale Bartley Michael Johnson Todd Fisher Mark Lenoir Theo Mayhue Theo Mayhue Jason Kaiser Jason Kaiser Ryan Williams Ryan Williams Jim Hajdukovich Jim Hajdukovich Greg Freeman Ed Kirk Peter Bullock Peter Bullock Kemmy Burgess James Hartman Kemmy Burgess Carl Arts Carl Arts Jeremiah Trueman Brandon Walker

BEST DEFENSIVE PLAYER 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Rawley Farris Rawley Farris Sloan Carlson Ron Beach Tyrone Jones Jeff Sheedy Mike Childs Michael Johnson Joe Brinkerhoff Sean McGee Del Willis Lauren Johns Bryan Anderson Kalu Dennis Kalu Dennis Jim Hajdukovich Jim Hajdukovich Adam Reid Serge Using Taylor Wagner Taylor Wagner Ty Shippen Jesse Brown Bob Austin None awarded James Hartman Ivan Platenik Luke Cooper Kevin White Casey Robinson

MOST IMPROVED PLAYER 1991-92 1992-93

Stefan Arntz & Justin Cammack Maurice Sanders

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SEAWOLF RECORD BOOK ALASKA ANCHORAGE HONOR ROLL 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

& Kevin Mader Raynold Samuel Igor Budimski Serge Using Rick Stafford Chris Hamey Jon Madison Serge Using Shaun O’Shea Josh Evans Stewart Kearney Adam Simpson Luke Cooper Luke Cooper & Eric Draper Cameron Burney McCade Olsen Lonnie Ridgeway Liam Gibcus

MOST INSPIRATIONAL PLAYER 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89

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David Anderson Tim Hatch John Larsen Chris Bullock John Larsen Tyrone Jones Jeff Sheedy Jeff Sheedy Ron Fischer

1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Chris Church Jackie Johnson Steve Garrity & Andre Price Andre Price Raynold Samuel Tai Riser Rick Stafford Butch Lincoln Tommy Dinkins Scott Larrabee Shaun O’Shea Greg Freeman Mark Drake Bob Austin Geoffrey Agmata Mark Drake Aaron Lawrence Luke Cooper Luke Cooper Jeremiah Trueman Drew Robinson

JIM HAJDUKOVICH ‘IRON MAN’ AWARD 1991-92 Steve Garrity 1992-93 Bryan Anderson 1993-94 Andre Boudreaux 1994-95 Clint Lentfer 1995-96 Cass Baldwin

1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Rick Stafford Burt Wallace Jim Hajdukovich Scott Larrabee Greg Freeman Ty Shippen Jesse Brown Jesse Brown James Hartman James Hartman Luke Cooper Carl Arts & Luke Cooper Jeremiah Trueman Casey Robinson

BOB ZUNDEL TROPHY 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04

Andre Price Justin Cammack Bryan Anderson Jeremy Fox Clay Anderson Jake Carlisle Clay Anderson Jim Hajdukovich Chris Hamey Taylor Wagner Jon Madison Bob Austin Peter Bullock

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2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10

Mark Drake Adam Fitt-Chappell Eric Draper Chris Bryant Kevin White Brandon Walker

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT 1991-92 Steve Garrity 1992-93 Lauren Johns 1993-94 Joe Libal 1994-95 Burt Wallace 1995-96 Burt Wallace & Butch Lincoln 1996-97 Rick Stafford & Clay Anderson 1997-98 Clay Anderson 1998-99 Scott Larrabee 2000-01 Shaun O’Shea 2001-02 Peter Bullock 2002-03 Peter Bullock & Bryson Vaughan 2003-04 Scott Stevens 2004-05 Aaron Lawrence 2005-06 Aaron Lawrence 2006-07 Jared Kettler 2007-08 Jared Kettler 2008-09 Chris Neal 2009-10 Chris Neal


CARRS/SAFEWAY GREAT ALASKA SHOOTOUT

U

AA hosts one of college basketball’s most prestigious tournaments every Thanksgiving week when it brings Division I squads north for the Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout. For the 33rd annual tourney in 2010, the Seawolves will welcome Arizona State, Ball State, Drake, Houston Baptist, St. John’s, Southern Utah and Weber State. In 32 previous tournaments, UAA has posted 30 wins against their D-I opponents, including eight in the last eight years. In 2009, the Seawolves knocked off Nicholls State. Year 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

CARRS/SAFEWAY GREAT ALASKA SHOOTOUT HISTORY Champion Runner-Up Most Outstanding Player North Carolina State Louisville Clyde Austin (NC State) Kentucky Iona Jeff Ruland (Iona) North Carolina Arkansas Scott Hastings (Arkansas) Southwestern Louisiana Marquette Steve Burtt (Iona) Louisville Vanderbilt Lancaster Gordon (UL) North Carolina State Arkansas Joe Kleine (Arkansas) Alabama-Birmingham Kansas Steve Mitchell (UAB) North Carolina UNLV Brad Daugherty (UNC) Iowa Northeastern Roy Marble (Iowa) Arizona Syracuse Sean Elliott (Arizona) Seton Hall Kansas Chris Mills (Kentucky) Michigan State Kansas State Steve Smith (MSU) UCLA Virginia Don MacLean (UCLA) Massachusetts New Orleans Jim McCoy (UMass) New Mexico State Illinois Sam Crawford (NMSU) Purdue Portland Glenn Robinson (Purdue) Minnesota Brigham Young Townsend Orr (Minnesota) Duke Iowa Ray Allen (Connecticut) Kentucky Coll. of Charleston Ron Mercer (Kentucky) North Carolina Purdue Antawn Jamison (UNC) Cincinnati Duke William Avery (Duke) Kansas Georgia Tech Drew Gooden (Kansas) Syracuse Missouri Preston Shumpert (Syr.) Marquette Gonzaga Dwyane Wade (Marq.) College of Charleston Villanova Troy Wheless (C of C) Purdue Duke Kenneth Lowe (Purdue) Washington Alabama Nate Robinson (UW) Marquette South Carolina Steve Novak (Marquette) California Loyola Marymount Ryan Anderson (Cal) Butler Texas Tech Mike Green (Butler) San Diego State Hampton Kyle Spain (SDSU) Washington State San Diego Klay Thompson (WSU)

From Patrick Ewing in the 1980s to Dwyane Wade in the 2000s, the Shootout has never lacked star power.

SEAWOLF GIANT KILLERS

Beginning with a 79-60 victory over Penn State in 1978, the Seawolves have a strong tradition of success against the giants of NCAA Division I basketball. UAA has a total of 50 wins over 41 programs, including against such powers as Wake Forest, Texas, Missouri, and Michigan in its national-championship season of 1988-89. Here is a complete listing of the D-I teams that have fallen against the Seawolves, both in the Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout and regular season:

Drew Robinson tallied 10 points, five rebounds and three assists in last season’s 72-58 win over Nicholls State.

Auburn California Canisius Dayton Drexel Eastern Kentucky Grambling State High Point Houston Idaho Iona

Jackson State Lafayette Louisiana Tech Maine Miami, Fla. Michigan Missouri Mo.-Kansas City Montana New Mexico Nicholls State

Notre Dame Pacific Penn State Rhode Island Samford San Francisco Santa Clara Southern Illinois SMU Tennessee Texas

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Texas Christian Texas State Texas Tech Wake Forest Washington Weber State Western Michigan William & Mary

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SEAWOLF ADMINISTRATION & STAFF

FRAN ULMER

Chancellor – University of Alaska Anchorage

As chancellor of the University of Alaska Anchorage, Fran Ulmer brings to the position 30 years of experience of public policy in Alaska. Previously, Ulmer was a fellow at the Institute of Politics at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and a Distinguished Visiting Professor of Public Policy at the Institute of Social and Economic Research. In the early 1980s, Ulmer served as the Mayor of Juneau, then a member of the Alaska House of Representatives (1986-1994) and in 1994, she became the first female Lieutenant Governor of Alaska. In that year, she was appointed to the North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission by President Bill Clinton and served on this international board for 11 years. She has participated in numerous panels, task forces, commissions and forums as a speaker, moderator and panelist to address the intersection of science, economics, politics and policy. Ulmer currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the National Parks Conservation Association, the Advisory Board of the Union of Concerned Scientists and the Alaska Nature Conservancy Board. She has a BA in political science and economics and a Law Degree from the University of Wisconsin.

DR. STEVE COBB

Director of Athletics – Univ. of Alaska Anchorage

In 10 years at the helm of the University of Alaska Anchorage athletic department, Dr. Steve Cobb has helped take Seawolf Athletics to unprecedented heights. Not only have the Seawolves excelled in the field of competition, but the foundation for future success has been set in several ways. The 2007-08, 2008-09 and 2009-10 campaigns were three of the most memorable in school history, highlighted by three Final Four appearances for Seawolf basketball teams (women twice, men once), and NCAA top-15 finishes for men’s and women’s cross country, skiing (three times), and men’s track & field (twice). With UAA’s concurrent NCAA basketball runs in 2008, UAA became just the second school in Division II history to qualify both its men’s and women’s squads for the national semifinals. Under Dr. Cobb’s leadership, a planning phase is also under way for the construction of a new on-campus sports facility at UAA. He has also recently overseen several upgrades to UAA’s current facilities, including the installation of a new gym floor and bleachers and the construction of the All-American/Academic All-American honors wall. In 2005, Dr. Cobb helped establish the Seawolf Legacy Fund to provide a permanent endowment fund that will ensure full funding for future athletic scholarships at UAA. Seawolf Legacy surpassed the $1 million mark in donations in early 2008. Early in his tenure, he was the driving force behind the establishment of the Seawolf Hall of Fame and was instrumental in negotiating naming-rights agreements for the Wells Fargo Sports Complex, Kendall Hockey Classic and Extended Stay Deluxe Invitational volleyball tournaments. The Alabama native has also overseen the creation of the Hockey Classic Wall of Champions above the Seawolves’ practice rink, as well as men’s and women’s Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout champions displays in the gymnasium. A former football coach, Dr. Cobb served as the athletic director at Georgia Southwestern State University before coming to UAA. In five years at Georgia Southwestern, Dr. Cobb raised the Hurricanes’ overall program to become one of the most successful in the nation, making the NAIA national playoffs in six of its seven sports and winning multiple conference championships in men’s and women’s basketball, softball and volleyball. From 1992-95, Dr. Cobb was an assistant athletic director at Iowa Wesleyan College, where he served as the football team’s defensive coordinator and special teams coach. He also had stints as an assistant football coach at East Texas State University (1990-92) and Sul Ross State University (1988-90). A 1981 graduate of the University of Montevallo, Dr. Cobb also holds a Doctorate of Education degree from East Texas State as well as a Master of Business Administration degree from St. Ambrose University and a Master of Education degree from Sul Ross State. Dr. Cobb and his wife Sandra reside in East Anchorage.

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UAA ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT STAFF COACHES BASKETBALL (Men) Head Coach: Rusty Osborne Assistant: Ryan Orton Grad. Assistant: Casey Reed BASKETBALL (Women) Head Coach: Tim Moser Assistant: Rebecca Alvidrez Grad. Assistant: Tamar Gruwell CROSS COUNTRY (Men & Women) Head Coach: Michael Friess Assistant: T.J. Garlatz Grad. Assistant: David Kiplagat GYMNASTICS Head Coach:Paul Stoklos Assistant: Tami Monette HOCKEY Head Coach: Dave Shyiak Associate Head Coach: Campbell Blair Assistant: Ryan McKelvie SKIING Head Coach: Trond Flagstad Assistants: Sparky Anderson, Mandy Kaempf Graduate Assistant: Dan McKay TRACK & FIELD (Men & Women) Head Coach: Michael Friess Assistants: T.J. Garlatz, Rafael Echavarria Grad Assts.: David Kiplagat, Ryan McWilliams VOLLEYBALL Head Coach: Chris Green Assistant: Nicky Rose Graduate Assistant: Emily Sakis

ADMINISTRATION Dr. Steve Cobb . . . . . . . Dede Allen . . . . . . . . . . . Tim McDiffett . . . . . . . . Jane Pallister . . . . . . . . . Tlisa Northcutt . . . . . . . SPORTS INFORMATION Nate Sagan . . . . . . . . . . Dallas Baldwin . . . . . . . . SPORTS MEDICINE Chris Volk. . . . . . . . . . . . Kevin Lechtenberg . . . . Kelly Ranstead. . . . . . . . BUSINESS OFFICE Robin Calvert. . . . . . . . . Diana Campbell . . . . . . . Rhea Cardwell . . . . . . . . Shawna Palmer . . . . . . . Roxanne Swallows . . . . Mary Beth Wooden . . . REC SPORTS Levi Althens . . . . . . . . . . Ed Barker . . . . . . . . . . . . Brent Gordon . . . . . . . . Tony Houston . . . . . . . . Robin Inman . . . . . . . . . Bryan Leiser . . . . . . . . . . Muzette Nelson . . . . . . Alan Piccard. . . . . . . . . . Kevin Silver . . . . . . . . . . Kristin Warren . . . . . . . . Julie Weber . . . . . . . . . .

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Director of Athletics Associate A.D./Compliance Associate A.D./External Associate A.D./Internal Development Director Director Assistant Director Head Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Travel Coordinator Fiscal Technician Administrative Assistant Admin. Asst. – Tickets Fiscal Manager Ticket Manager Facility Maintenance Facility Maintenance Program Supervisor Assist. Director/Operations Program Supervisor Special Events Manager Program Supervisor Assist. Director/Programs Associate A.D./WFSC Office Manager Intramurals Director


MUNICIPALITY OF

ANCHORAGE W

ith city boundaries that stretch to nearly the size of the state of Delaware, more than 275,000 people are lucky to call Anchorage home. On a global scale, Anchorage is located as far north as Helsinki, Finland, and as far west as Honolulu, Hawaii. Anchorage is Alaska’s largest city (more than four times larger than the second-largest town), an international air crossroads, and the business and cultural center of the state. Almost 300 flights arrive daily at Anchorage International Airport. Anchorage is a recreational paradise as well, boasting more than 14,000 acres of parkland and nearly 300 miles of paved and wilderness biking, skiing and hiking trails. In addition, the city sports dozens of

lakes, softball, baseball and soccer fields, tennis and basketball courts, and six scenic golf courses. Chugach State Park is located 15 minutes from downtown Anchorage. With 495,000 acres, Chugach is the third-largest state park in the United States and offers a variety of year-round recreation, including hiking, mountain biking, camping, cross country skiing and wildlife viewing. Due to the warming effects of the Pacific Ocean currents and protection from the Chugach Mountains, Anchorage is located in Alaska’s so-called banana belt. Anchorage’s climate resembles that of San Francisco in the summer (highs of 75 degrees) and a Rocky Mountain ski resort in the winter (lows of 20

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STATE OF

ALASKA A

laska is the largest state in the union — one-fifth the size of the contiguous 48 states and more than twice the size of the second largest state, Texas. Although Minnesota is called the Land of 10,000 Lakes,, Alaska holds the real title in that department with more than three million lakes. Alaska has 39 different mountain ranges, three of which can be seen from Anchorage. The 49th State celebrated is home to Mt. McKinley, the highest peak in North America (20,320 feet). Mt. McKinley, located in the heart of Denali National Park and Preserve, is over 200 miles north of Anchorage and can be seen from the city on clear days. Denali National Park is over six million acres and features great wildlife viewing and colorful wilderness expanses.

degrees). Low humidity also contributes to Anchorage’s comfortable climate. The residents of the city share the Anchorage bowl with more than 1,000 Moose, which are often seen on UAA’s campus throughout the year. In addition, black bears, grizzlies, foxes, wolves, lynx, wolverines, Dall sheep and bald eagles are just some of the animals that make their homes here. Salmon fishing is more than a pastime to Anchorage residents. Red and King Salmon can be caught from the many rivers and creeks that run through the city.


This is UAA!

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ACADEMICS The University of Alaska Anchorage is the state’s largest, most comprehensive university, serving nearly 20,000 students through four primary campuses and numerous other sites in Southcentral Alaska and the Aleutian Chain. Situated in the heart of Alaska’s biggest city, UAA is nestled in the middle of a greenbelt, surrounded by ponds, lakes and wildlife, and is connected to a city-wide trail and transportation system. UAA is comprised of six teaching units at the Anchorage campus — the colleges of Education, Health & Social Welfare, Arts & Sciences, Business & Public Policy; the Community & Technical College; and the School of Engineering. Organized research units at UAA complement the academic programs and reflect the special character of the University’s mission in Alaska. Research units include the Alaska Center for International Business, the American Russian Center, the Environment and Natural Resources Institute, the Center of Alcohol and Addiction Studies, the Center for Economic Education, the Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies, the Center for Human Development, the Institute of Social and Economic Research and the Justice Center. UAA operates on a semester system. Fifteen semester credits are a normal class load and a minimum of 120 credits are required to complete a bachelor’s degree.

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SEAWOLF ATHLETICS

Nicknamed the Seawolves, UAA’s athletic teams compete as members of NCAA Division I in men’s ice hockey and women’s gymnastics and NCAA Division II in all other sports, including men’s and women’s basketball, women’s volleyball, men’s and women’s skiing, men’s and women’s outdoor track & field, and women’s cross country. UAA annually hosts the Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout men’s and women’s basketball tournament — recognized as one of the top in-season tournaments in the nation — as well as the Kendall Hockey Classic and the Extended Stay Deluxe Invitational volleyball tournament. Since joining the NCAA ranks in 1977, UAA has become a perennial national power in many of its sports. A total of 150 Seawolves have earned All-America honors, and UAA has produced 15 individual national champions since 1991. The Seawolves are coming off perhaps the most successful year in program history in 2009-10, including a fourth straight NCAA appearance for women’s basketball. The women’s cross country team recorded its first-ever GNAC and West Region titles before finishing a program-best 5th place at the NCAAs, while the volleyball team completed the best season in school history with a 23-8 overall record and its first GNAC title and first-ever NCAA Tournament victory. Seawolves student-athletes have enjoyed unprecedented success in the classroom, compiling a cumulative GPA of 3.0+ in 13 of the last 16 years.

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