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2013-2014 Basketball Schedule Sat., Nov. 2

Caldwell College (Exh.)

South Orange, N.J.

6 p.m.

Sat., Nov. 9

Niagara#

Newark, N.J.

6 p.m.

Wed., Nov. 13

Kent State#

Newark, N.J.

7 p.m.

Sat., Nov. 16

at Mercer

Macon, Ga.

3 p.m.

Mon., Nov. 18

Monmouth

Newark, N.J.

8 p.m.

Coaches vs. Cancer Classic at Barclays Center Fri., Nov. 22

Oklahoma#

Brooklyn, N.Y.

7 p.m.

Sat., Nov. 23

MichiganState/VirginiaTech# Brooklyn, N.Y.

7/9:30 p.m.

Sun., Dec. 1

Fairleigh Dickinson

Newark, N.J.

2 p.m.

Thurs., Dec. 5

LIU-Brooklyn

Newark, N.J.

7 p.m.

Sun., Dec. 8

at Rutgers

Piscataway, N.J.

8 p.m.

Tues., Dec. 10

NJIT

Newark, N.J.

9 p.m.

Sat., Dec. 14

Saint Peter’s

Newark, N.J.

12 p.m.

Sun., Dec. 22

Eastern Washington

Newark, N.J.

5 p.m.

Fri., Dec. 27

Lafayette

South Orange, N.J.

8 p.m.

Tues., Dec. 31

at Providence*

Providence, R.I.

2:30 p.m.

Sat., Jan. 4

Creighton*

Newark, N.J.

3 p.m.

Wed., Jan. 8

Villanova*

Newark, N.J.

7 p.m.

Sat., Jan. 11

at Marquette*

Milwaukee, Wis.

2 p.m.

Sat., Jan. 18

at Georgetown*

Washington, D.C.

12 p.m.

Thurs., Jan. 23

at St. John’s*

Queens, N.Y.

7 p.m.

Sat., Jan. 25

DePaul*

Newark, N.J.

6 p.m.

Wed., Jan. 29

Butler*

Newark, N.J.

9 p.m.

Sat., Feb. 1

at Xavier*

Cincinnati, Ohio

12 p.m.

Fri., Feb. 7

at Villanova*

Villanova, Pa.

7 p.m.

Tues, Feb. 11

Marquette*

Newark, N.J.

7 p.m.

Thurs., Feb. 13

St. John’s*

Newark, N.J.

9 p.m.

Thurs., Feb. 20

Georgetown*

Newark, N.J.

9 p.m.

Sun., Feb. 23

at Creighton*

Omaha, Neb.

5 p.m.

Tues., Feb. 25

at DePaul*

Rosemont, Ill.

9 p.m.

Fri., Feb. 28

Providence*

Newark, N.J.

7 p.m.

Mon., March 3

Xavier*

Newark, N.J.

7 p.m.

Sat., March 8

at Butler*

Indianapolis, Ind.

4:30 p.m.

March 12-15

BIG EAST Championship New York, N.Y. – Madison Square Garden

All times eastern; * BIG EAST ; # Coaches vs. Cancer Classic; Newark, N.J. games played at the Prudential Center; South Orange, N.J. games played at Walsh Gymnasium All times are subject to change


SETON HALL IN THE NBA DRAFT YEAR PLAYER TEAM 1948 Bobby Wanzer Rochester Whitey Macknowski Rochester 1949 Frank Saul Rochester 1953 Walter Dukes New York Richie Regan Rochester 1954 Harry Brooks Baltimore 1955 Arnie Ring Milwaukee 1956 Ed Petrie New York 1957 Dick Gaines Syracuse 1964 Nick Werkman Boston 1965 Richie Dec Cincinnati 1975 John Ramsey New York 1976 Mike Beuscher Washington 1977 Glenn Mosley Philadelphia (20th player selected) 1978 Greg Tynes Boston 1979 Nick Galis Boston Marc Coleman New York

RD 1 N/A 1 1 1 N/A N/A N/A 7 5 10 3 10 1 5 4 7

YEAR PLAYER TEAM RD 1982 Howard McNeil Los Angeles 5 Dan Callandrillo Houston 8 1986 Andre McCloud Philadelphia 6 1988 Mark Bryant Portland 1 (21st player selected) 1989 John Morton Cleveland 1 (25th player selected) 1991 Anthony Avent Atlanta 1 (15th player selected) 1993 Terry Dehere LA Clippers 1 (13th player selected) Luther Wright Utah 1 (18th player selected) 2001 Eddie Griffin New Jersey 1 (7th player selected) Samuel Dalembert Philadelphia 1 (26th player selected)


index This is Seton Hall Basketball. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3 Facilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5 Student-Athlete Development. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7 History & Tradition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9 Pirate Greats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11 Seton Hall in the BIG EAST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13 BIG EAST Conference. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-15 Major Media Market. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-17 Game Day at Seton Hall. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19 Pirates in the Community . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-21 Academic Success. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-23 Head Coach Kevin Willard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-27 Associate Head Coach Shaheen Holloway. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28-29 Assistant Coach Fred Hill. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-31 Assistant Coach Oliver Antigua. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32-33 Director of Basketball Operations Grant Billmeier. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Director of Player Development Ryan Whalen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Team Managers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Fuquan Edwin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37-38 Aaron Geramipoor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39-40 Brian Oliver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41-42 Eugene Teague. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43-44 Patrik Auda . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45-46 Hakeem Harris. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47-48 Haralds Karlis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49-50 Stephane Manga. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51-52 Brandon Mobley. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53-54 Sterling Gibbs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .55-56 Tom Maayan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57-58 Rashed Anthony. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59-60 Jaren Sina . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61-62 Kevin Lynch, Travis Berry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Support Staff. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63-68 This is Seton Hall University. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69-70 Administration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71-74 Pirate Blue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75-76 Lasting Legacy Walter Dukes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Lasting Legacy Richie Regan. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Retired Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79-80 25th Anniversary 1989 National Runner Up. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81-82 NCAA Tournament Appearances. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83-93 All-Time Honors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94-95 Scoring Leaders. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96-99 Career Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100-103 All-Time Roster. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104-105 Distinguished Alumni . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106-107 Roster. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108

2013-14 SETON HALL MEN’S BASKETBALL QUICK FACTS General Information Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . South Orange, NJ 07079 Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1856 Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9,800 Affiliation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .NCAA Division I Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BIG EAST Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pirates Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue and White Home Court (Capacity) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Prudential Center (10,862) President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban Director of Athletics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Patrick Lyons Athletic Department Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (973) 761-9497 Ticket Office Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(973) 275-HALL men’s Basketball Coaching Staff Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kevin Willard Alma Mater/Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pittsburgh/1997 Record at Seton Hall/Years . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49-49/four years Career Record/Years . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94-98/six years Associate Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Shaheen Holloway (Seton Hall ‘00) Assistant Coaches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fred Hill (Montclair State ‘81) Oliver Antigua (Pittsburgh ‘98) Director of Basketball Operations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grant Billmeier (Seton Hall ‘07) Director of Player Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ryan Whalen (Saint Joseph’s ‘08) Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (973) 761-9070 Program History First Season. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1903-04 All-Time Record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,384-1,008-2 NCAA Tournament Appearances. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 NIT Appearances. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 BIG EAST Championships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Athletic Communications Office Assistant Athletic Director for Digital Media and Communications/ Men’s Basketball Contact. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stephen Dombroski Athletic Communications Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (973) 761-9493 E-mail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . stephen.dombroski@shu.edu Mailing Address. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Athletic Communications Office  Seton Hall University  400 South Orange Avenue  South Orange, N.J. 07079 Athletics Website. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.shupirates.com Twitter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Men’s Basketball: @SetonHallMBB | Athletics: @SHUAthletics Photo courtesy GR Productions, Seton Hall University Special Collections and University Archives, Seton Hall University Public Relations and Marketing, S.R. Smith, NBAE/Getty Images, Chicago Bulls, Houston Rockets, Philadelphia 76ers, RSC Anderlecht

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hakeem harris tom maayan

Brandon Mobley

jaren sina Sterling Gibbs

brian oliver

Rashed Anthony

Seton Hall Univer Richie Regan

OVER 100 YEARS OF HISTORY AND TRADITION

THE past Glenn Mosley

John “Honey” Russell

nick werkman

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Terry Dehere


THE FUTURE

Patrik Auda

stephane manga Kevin Willard

Haralds Karlis eugene teague

Aaron Geramipoor

Fuquan Edwin

ersity Basketball Inaugural Season 1903-04 Mark Bryant

Arturas Karnisovas John Morton Dan Callandrillo Anthony Avent

Nick Galis Shaheen Holloway

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Richie Regan Athletic Center

Locker Room The men’s basketball locker room received a major renovation in 2012 thanks to the support of Seton Hall’s alumni and supporters. The new locker room space features hard wood flooring, with the Pirate emblem on display in the center. The mahogany lockers provide ample storage space and the unique branding feature of a transparent whicker Pirate logo in the storage area beneath the benches. The space also includes a team lounge and kitchen surrounded by murals highlighting Seton Hall’s basketball tradition.

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he Richie Regan Athletic Center serves as the on campus home to the Seton Hall men’s basketball program. Historic Walsh Gymnasium, the Pirates’ practice court, resides within the Richie Regan Athletic Center, along with state-ofthe-art resources to enhance the studentathlete experience at Seton Hall. Newly renovated facilities in the Richie Regan Athletic Center include the men’s basketball locker room and lounge, a team meeting and video room, the Center for Sports Medicine and The Charles W. Doehler Academic Center for Excellence. As part of a comprehensive modernization of the building as a whole, the construction of a new two-tiered, 19,000-square foot fitness center with a rounded glass façade overlooking Seton Drive will be completed in 2014.

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Walsh Gymnasium Historic Walsh Gymnasium serves as the practice facility for the Seton Hall men’s basketball team. It opened in 1941 and was the primary home court until 1981 when the Pirates began playing home games at Continental Airlines Arena. Walsh Gymnasium has undergone several upgrades since its inception, keeping the facility modern while maintaining its rich history. A replica floor of the Pirates’ court at Prudential Center was installed after the program began playing home games at the new arena in 2007. The men’s basketball coaching offices overlook the court and the lobby was redesigned to honor Walsh Gymnasium’s longstanding tradition.

Video & Team Meeting Room Seton Hall’s men’s basketball video and team meeting room features the latest technology to edit and breakdown film. The space is equipped with plush leather chairs custom branded for the Pirates and a big screen plasma television.

Video room

Walsh Gymnasium

Locker room


prudential center

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n October 2007, Prudential Center opened its doors and has served as the home court for the Seton Hall men’s basketball program ever since. The $375 million Prudential Center is a premier destination for sports and live entertainment in the region and is also the home to the NHL’s New Jersey Devils. Seton Hall is currently the only basketball team to play in the 18,500 seat (basketball) venue.

Once home to the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets, the Pirates’ locker room at Prudential Center is equipped with first-rate amenities. Completely re-branded with a distinct Seton Hall feel, the space features personalized wooden lockers, a large lounge area with leather furniture and LED TVs, along with a dedicated training room space. The Prudential Center has been a prime destination for major sports and

entertainment events since it opened, including the 2011 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament East Regional, 2012 NBA Draft, 2012 Stanley Cup Finals, and 2014 Super Bowl Media Day. It has also had performances by Jay Z, Bon Jovi, Drake, The Rolling Stones and many more world class entertainers.

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Student Athlete Development S

eton Hall provides its studentathletes with first-rate resources to excel both on and off the court. The Richie Regan Athletic Center has undergone significant facility improvements to complement a staff of highly experienced professionals in sports medicine, strength & conditioning and academic support services. Sports Medicine The Center for Sports Medicine opened in 2013 serving as a first-class rehabilitation and injury prevention support area for Seton Hall student-athletes. The $1.5 million state-of-the-art facility rivals others of its kind on campuses and at professional facilities across the country. The space more than doubled the size of its predecessor and has enhanced the on-site care the Sports Medicine staff provides. The brand new facility features a hydrotherapy room with three 14-foot in-ground HydroWorx tubs. One is a “Polar Plunge”, another is a “Thermal Plunge” and the third includes an underwater treadmill with a video system for realtime monitoring of student-athlete’s progress. The Center for Sports Medicine is also equipped with branded treatment stations, cutting-edge equipment, along with a dedicated physician’s area within the facility for specialists that make routine visits. Strength & Conditioning Seton Hall student-athletes work closely with a dedicated strength & conditioning team that develops a customized training regimen designed to enhance skill development.

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Academic Support Services The Charles W. Doehler Academic Center for Excellence opened its doors in 2013. The strategically designed space which exclusively serves varsity studentathletes features a main study area, two group meeting spaces, two private tutoring

rooms and offices for the department’s full-time academic support services staff. The renovation doubled the size of the previous academic support center and helps thelps enhance the academic and personal development of Seton Hall student-athletes.

H.A.L.L. Program The Seton Hall Athletic Department launched the H.A.L.L. (Helping Athletes Learn to be Leaders) Program in 2013 placing a focus on leadership development, student-athlete welfare enhancement, academic and athletic success initiatives, community enrichment and spiritual growth. By employing this concentrated approach, Seton Hall Athletics aims to continue its tradition of providing a well-balanced experience that provides student-athletes the opportunity to compete at the highest level, and equips them with the tools and skills necessary to continue to do so once their playing career has concluded. Seton Hall Men’s Basketball | 7


AN ILLUSTRIOUS PAST, A LIMITLESS FUTURE 100+ YEARS OF SETON HALL BASKETBALL

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NCAA Tournament Appearances

Founding member of the BIG EAST Conference

Consensus All-Americans

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BIG EAST Tournament Championships

All-BIG EAST Selections

Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame Inductees

BIG EAST Regular Season Titles

1953 National Champions

Haggerty Award Winners (All-Metropolitan New York Division I Men's College Basketball Player of the Year)

1989 National Runner-up

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Men’s Basketball in Seton Hall Athletics Hall of Fame Alphabetical (Induction Year) B-c-d Andre Barrett (2013) Roy N. Belliveau (1986) Harry Brooks (1979) Mark Bryant (1997) Dan Callandrillo (1989) Gary G. Cavallo (1978) Anthony P. Cuccolo (1991) Richard E. Davies (1973) Richard E. Dec (1979) Terry Dehere (2002) Francis E. Delany (1977) Walter J. Dukes Jr. (1973)

J-k-l-m Peter D. Jones (1979) Arturas Karnisovas (2008) Melvin Knight (1978) John P. Ligos (1984) Charles F. Lorenzo (1979) John A. Macknowski (1975) Edward W. Madjeski (1977) Francis P. Meehan (1973) Charles Mitchel (1991) John Morton (1997) Glenn Mosley (1984) Former standout floor generals Shaheen Holloway ’00 and Andre Barrett ’04 are the two most recent men’s basketball players inducted into the Hall of Fame.

ALL-TIME GREATS – MEN THE SETON HALL ATHLE F-G-H Peter X. Finnerty (1976) Robert B. Fisher (1986) Leslie A. Fries (1974) Richard W. Gaines (1978) Nicholas Galis (1991) Adrian Griffin (2010) Michael W. Hannon (1975) Edward J. Heine Sr. (1978) Frank J. Hill Sr. (1977) Shaheen Holloway (2012) Robert Holm (1989) Msgr. Michael W. Hornack (1977) Kenneth House (1978)

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One of the most prolific scorers in program history, Nick Werkman became the first inductee into the Seton Hall Athletics Hall of Fame in 1972

N-O-P-R Al Negratti (1997) Julius Nicolai (2006) Rev. John J. Outwater (1976) Edward R. Petrie (1978) Kenneth Pine (1978) Ramon Ramos (2006) Richard J. Regan (1973) Rev. Francis D. Reynolds (1982) Arnold W. Ring (1980) Head coach John “Honey” Russell guided the Pirates to a national championship victory in 1953

Frank “Pep” Saul was the first Pirate to score 1,000 career points


S-T-W Edward A. Sadowski (1974) Frank B. “Pep” Saul (1973) Albert Senavitis (1982) Harry F. Singleton (1976) John H. Suminski (1982) Golden L. Sunkett (1981) Gregory M. Tynes (1986) Jerry Walker (2004) Robert F. “Bobby” Wanzer (1974) Nicholas G. Werkman III (1972)

The Pirates won their first BIG EAST Tournament title in 1991 behind four eventual SHU Hall of Famers in Terry Dehere, Arturas Karnisovas, Jerry Walker and head coach PJ Carlesimo

Dick Gaines was a key part of two Seton Hall NIT runs in the 1950’s and still ranks fourth all-time with a scoring average of 19.6 points per game

MEN’S BASKETBALL IN HLETICS HALL OF FAME Coaches and Honorary Head Coach PJ Carlesimo (2002) John P. Caufield (1982) Gerald E. Dalton (1982) William J. Eyres (1981) Msgr. William Noe Field (1984) Msgr. Richard Liddy (2008) Assistant Coach John Murphy (1989) Thomas A. Murphy (1974) Head Coach William Raftery (1984) Head Coach John D. “Honey” Russell (1973) Frank J. Tracey (1979) Msgr. Joseph P. Tuite (1989) One of seven Pirates with over 1,900 career points, Dan Callandrillo was the 1982 BIG EAST Player of the Year

Mel Knight poured in 775 points for the blue & white despite playing in only 50 games in an injury-shortened career

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May 31, 1979 The BIG EAST becomes a reality as Seton Hall joins Boston College, Connecticut, Georgetown, Providence, St. John’s and Syracuse in the original seven-school alliance

1995-96

Griffin earns a spot on the All-BIG EAST Second Team after pouring in 19.5 points per game in his final season at The Hall

1996-97

January 26, 1980

The Pirates score their first-ever BIG EAST victory by defeating Providence 64-51 in Historic Walsh Gymnasium

Future NBA talent Adrian Griffin is a Third Team All-BIG EAST selection

1997-98 Levell Sanders garners Second Team All-BIG EAST honors while Holloway secures a spot on the Third Team

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1982-83

Senior Dan Calandrillo becomes the first SHU player to be named BIG EAST Player of the Year and earn First Team All-BIG EAST honors

Andre McCloud averages over 16 points and six rebounds per contest to earn a spot on the BIG EAST AllFreshman Team

1994-95

Freshman point guard Shaheen Holloway becomes the first SHU player to be an All-Rookie and All-BIG EAST (Second Team) performer in the same season

The new look BIG EAST is born

1981-82

Seton Hall in the BIG EAST 2011-12

Edwin earns Honorable Mention All-BIG EAST honors after leading The Hall with 16.5 points per game

The Pirates post their most wins (20) in nearly a decade as seniors Herb Pope (Third Team) and Jordan Theodore (Second Team) are named All-BIG EAST performers. Theodore sets SHU’s singleseason assists record and sophomore Fuquan Edwin leads the nation in steals

2010-11 After being named to the Third Team as a sophomore and Second Team as a junior, Hazell joins Terry Dehere as the only Pirates to garner All-BIG EAST honors in four consecutive seasons by taking home a Third Team selection in SHU’s first year under Kevin Willard


1986-87 Junior Mark Bryant leads the Pirates to their best record in the first eight seasons of the BIG EAST and is named a Second Team All-Conference performer

1993-94 Second Team All-BIG EAST honoree Arturas Karnisovas leads Seton Hall to the NCAA Tournament for the fourth consecutive year. Karnisovas was also chosen as BIG EAST Student-Athlete of the Year for the second-straight season and was an Academic All-American

1999-00 Seton Hall returns to the NCAA Tournament behind Holloway, the BIG EAST Most Improved Player, and its first pair of AllRookie selections in Samuel Dalembert and Darius Lane. The Pirates advanced to the Sweet 16 for the fourth time in school history

2007-08

Laing is named to the All-BIG EAST First Team and freshman Jeremy Hazell adds an AllRookie selection

1987-88

1988-89

BIG EAST Coach of the Year PJ Carlesimo guides The Hall to its first NCAA Tournament as SHU records 22 wins, the most for the program in over three decades. Bryant garners First Team AllBIG EAST recognition and Ramon Ramos becomes the first Pirate named to the AllBIG East Tournament Team

1992-93

1989-90

Seton Hall wins 31 games and reaches the NCAA Championship game in Seattle, Wash. Carlesimo repeats as BIG EAST Coach of the Year while Ramos, John Morton and Andrew Gaze take home a slew of All-BIG EAST awards.

1991-92

1990-91 The Hall finishes the regular season atop the BIG EAST standings for the first time in school history and advances to the East Regional semifinals in the NCAA Championship

BIG EAST POTY Terry Dehere becomes the third consensus All-American in program history while leading the Pirates to a school record 14 BIG EAST wins. The Pirates claimed the second of back-to-back BIG EAST regular season titles as well as their second conference tournament victory in three years

2000-01

2001-02

The late Eddie Griffin is named Seton Hall’s first BIG EAST Rookie of the Year while also taking home Second Team AllConference honors

2006-07

SHU captures its first-ever BIG EAST Tournament crown as Oliver Taylor is selected the Most Valuable Player. The Pirates went on to advance to the Elite Eight in the 1991 NCAA Tournament

2002-03

John Allen becomes the fourth Pirate to earn BIG EAST All-Rookie honors in a threeyear span

2005-06 Brian Laing nets Second Team All-BIG EAST recognition while newcomer Eugene Harvey lands on the AllRookie Team

Newcomer Terry Dehere is selected to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team after pouring in 16.1 points per game during his first season in blue & white

Pirates’ head man Louis Orr is named BIG EAST Coach of the Year

2003-04 Senior Donald Copeland emerges to lead Seton Hall back to the Big Dance while earning AllBIG EAST Second Team honors

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Butler – Indianapolis, Ind. Creighton – Omaha, Neb. DePaul – Chicago, Ill. Georgetown – Washington D.C. Marquette – Milwaukee, Wisc. Providence – Providence, R.I. Seton Hall – South Orange, N.J. St. John’s – Queens, N.Y. Villanova – Philadelphia, Pa. Xavier – Cincinnati, Ohio

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A Perfect Match: The BIG EAST at Madison Square Garden O

ver the last three decades, BIG EAST basketball has become synonymous with the “World’s Most Famous Arena.” Since 1983, the conference’s champion has been decided over one magical week in March at the grand cathedral of hoops that stands boldly over downtown Manhattan. As the league begins a new, exciting chapter in it storied history, Madison Square Garden remains in the center of it all. Through the transition, the two maintain a long-term agreement, continuing the nation’s longest-standing partnership between a conference and host site. From the buzz on the streets of New York City to the roar of tens of thousands of fans in attendance, there is no more fitting venue for the best of the BIG EAST to vie for the right to be called a champion than under the bright lights on the world’s grandest stage.

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The Media Capital of the World

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nly 14 miles from Manhattan, the Seton Hall men’s basketball program receives regular media coverage from some of the top news outlets in the metropolitan area, and often on national platforms. The men’s basketball team conducts hundreds of interviews throughout the year with a blend of newspaper, television and digital organizations. The close proximity to New York City allows Seton Hall men’s basketball to be placed on the same media platforms as professional sports teams in the area. Radio Team Seton Hall’s radio broadcast team of veteran announcers Gary Cohen and Dave 16 | Seton Hall Men’s Basketball

Popkin are in their 11th season covering the Pirates, alongside engineer Mike Infantino who enters his 25th season. Cohen, well-known in the New York area as the play-by-play television voice of the New York Mets, is one of the most respected and accomplished play-by-play announcers in the nation. Cohen has broadcasted Mets games for 25 years and was the radio voice of St. John’s from 1995-2002. Popkin is a well-versed sportscaster who handles color commentary and backup play-by-play for the Pirates. He also handles play-by-play for college football and basketball telecasts for the ESPN family of networks and has served as the voice of Northeast Conference Basketball on MSG Network for the last 14 years.


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he BIG EAST Conference’s robust television partnership with FOX Sports will keep Seton Hall men’s basketball on a national platform. The BIG EAST and FOX Sports agreed to a 12-year deal, one that is arguably the most lucrative media partnership in all of college basketball. The vast majority of BIG EAST games will air on FOX Sports 1, a new national cable network that made its debut in 2013 with distribution in over 90 million homes at its launch date. The Seton Hall men’s basketball team will appear on national and regional television at least 30 times in 2013-14, marking the most television exposure the program has received in a season. For the first time ever, all 18 homes games will be televised. In total, over 200 BIG EAST games will be air before a national audience through the FOX Sports partnership.

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ketball Game Day

over 120,000 fans experienced the excitement of Pirate home games in 2012-13

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Over 54 Seton Hall student-athletes harvested 36,500 pounds of squash in two hours to do their parts in the fight against hunger. The Pirates partnered with America’s Grow-a-Row (AGAR) to help harvest crops in Milford, N.J. that were in turn distributed to area food banks. Seton Hall basketball teams and members of the athletic administration made a two-mile walk in Jersey City as part of the annual Walk for Team Walker Foundation event that supports the local youth and afterschool program.

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he Seton Hall men’s basketball team participates in several community service initiatives annually, honoring the University’s longstanding devotion to service that remains at the core of its mission. The Pirates have most recently lent a helping hand to several charitable organizations, such as the Saint John’s Soup Kitchen in Newark, the South Mountain YMCA, Team Walker Program for Jersey City Youth, while also making visits to the pediatric unit of Saint Barnabas Medical Center.

Seton Hall Athletics Community Enrichment In 2012-13, Seton Hall Athletics reaffirmed its commitment to being an active force in the community. During the year, members of Seton Hall’s varsity athletic programs continued to aggressively seek outlets through which to make a positive impact, totaling more than 2,000 hours of service while raising in excess of $25,000 to help benefit a diverse set of charitable causes. Seton Hall student-athletes united to support a multitude of departmentwide endeavors. Among these collective efforts were a number of exciting new initiatives, highlighted by the “Reading with the Pirates” Program and a budding relationship with America’s Grow A Row Program.

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he Community Patrik Auda joined ESPN NBA analyst Chris Broussard at Montclair State University for the non-profit Write on Sports (WOS) program benefiting middle-school aged youth.

Members of the men’s basketball team held a clinic for children of the South Mountain YMCA. Established in 2013 the H.A.L.L. (Helping Athletes Learn to be Leaders) Program is dedicated to promoting a balanced studentathlete experience.

Inaugural “Reading with the Pirates” Program at Briarwood Elementary School in Florham Park, N.J.

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Academic Success

ince Kevin Willard’s arrival at Seton Hall the men’s basketball program has excelled in the classroom. Under his tutelage, every senior to come through the program has graduated and the team’s cumulative grade point average recently elevated to a high-water mark of 3.0 by the end of the spring semester.

Pirates have boasted a perfect single-year Academic Progress Rate (APR) in both NCAA reports since Kevin Willard became head coach in 2010-11. Seton Hall has had 12 BIG EAST Academic All-Stars in the last three years 2012-13 Patrik Auda Haralds Karlis Brandon Mobley Kyle Smyth

2011-12 Patrik Auda Pete Dill Haralds Karlis

*Most BIG EAST Academic All-Stars in program history for a single season

2010-11* Patrik Auda Pete Dill Darnell Gatling Anali Okoloji Eniel Polynice

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the willard file Education • University of Pittsburgh Received BA in 1997 Coaching Experience •O  verall Head Coach Record: 94-98 (.490), six seasons •H  ead Coach, Seton Hall University, 2010-present Record: 49-49 (.500), three seasons Led team to NIT berth in 2011-12 • Head Coach, Iona College, 2007-10 - Record: 45-49 (.479), three seasons - 2009-10 team went 21-10 completing one of the greatest turnarounds in college basketball history; Iona record prior to Willard’s arrival in 2007 was 2-28 •A  ssociate Head Coach, University of Louisville, 2005-07 •A  ssistant Coach, University of Louisville, 2001-05 • Coaching Associate, Boston Celtics, 1997-01 Collegiate Career •T  hree-year letterwinner, University of Pittsburgh (1994-97) - Member of the BIG EAST All-Academic Team •O  ne-year letterwinner, Western Kentucky Univ. (1993-94)

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evin Willard was named head coach of the Seton Hall men’s basketball program on March 29, 2010. He became the 19th head coach in Seton Hall history joining the Pirates after three years leading the Iona College men’s basketball program. In his three seasons at Seton Hall, Willard has reenergized the program with the Pirates enjoying success both on the court and in the classroom. Willard has mentored four All-BIG EAST selections, 12 BIG EAST Academic All-Stars, and has boasted a perfect single-year academic progress rate in both NCAA reports since becoming the Pirates’ head coach.

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Willard quickly restored the Pirates to prominence by his second season in 2011-12 as Seton Hall won 21 games, the most since the 2003-04 campaign, and earned a berth in the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) for the 17th time in program history. As a #1 seed of the NIT, the Pirates scored a first round win over America East regular season champion Stony Brook, marking their first postseason victory in eight years. Willard also vaulted The Hall back into the national rankings (#24) for the first time in nearly 12 years winning 15 of the first 17 games of 2011-12. It was the program’s best start since 1992-93.

All-BIG EAST Selections

The Pirates earned victories over a pair of top-10 teams, with wins over the #8 Connecticut (Jan. 3) and #9 Georgetown (Feb. 21). Seton Hall got off to a strong start again in 2012-13 in what proved to be an injury-plagued campaign. The Pirates opened with a 12-2 mark, a spurt that included a seven-game win-streak. Despite being limited to only seven healthy scholarship players at times during the second half of the season, the Pirates pulled together down the stretch. Seton Hall defeated NCAA Tournament bound Villanova (Feb. 25) with a thrilling last second comeback at the Prudential Center. The undermanned Pirates also picked up a BIG EAST Tournament victory over South Florida (March 12), the third postseason triumph for Willard at Seton Hall.

WILLARD’S RECORD vs. ALL OPPONENTS Opponent Record at SHU at Iona Last Meeting Alabama 1-0 1-0 NA 2010-11 Albany 1-0 1-0 2009-10 Arkansas 0-1 0-1 NA 2010-11 Auburn 1-0 1-0 NA 2011-12 Baylor 0-1 0-1 2009-10 Boston University 1-1 1-1 2009-10 Canisius 4-2 4-2 2009-10 Cincinnati 0-3 0-3 NA 2012-13 Clemson 0-1 0-1 NA 2010-11 Connecticut 1-4 1-3 0-1 2012-13 Cornell 1-0 1-0 NA 2010-11 Creighton 1-0 1-0 2009-10 Dayton 1-1 1-1 NA 2011-12 Delaware 1-0 1-0 2007-08 DePaul 3-1 3-1 NA 2012-13 Fairfield 3-3 3-3 2009-10 Fairleigh Dickinson 1-0 1-0 2009-10 Florida State 0-1 0-1 2009-10 Georgetown 1-2 1-2 NA 2012-13 Hampton 2-0 2-0 2009-10 Hofstra 1-1 1-1 2008-09 Jackson Sate 0-1 0-1 2007-08 LIU Brooklyn 3-0 1-0 2-0 2012-13 Longwood 3-0 3-0 NA 2012-13 LSU 0-1 0-1 NA 2012-13

Opponent Record at SHU at Iona Last Meeting Louisville 0-6 0-5 0-1 2012-13 Loyola 3-2 3-2 2009-10 Maine 1-0 1-0 NA 2012-13 Manhattan 4-1 4-1 2009-10 Marist 1-4 1-4 2009-10 Marquette 1-4 1-4 NA 2012-13 Massachusetts 1-1 1-1 NA 2011-12 Mercer 1-0 1-0 NA 2011-12 New Hampshire 1-0 1-0 2007-08 Niagara 2-3 2-3 2009-10 NJIT 3-0 3-0 NA 2012-13 Norfolk State 2-0 1-0 1-0 2012-13 Northwestern 0-1 0-1 NA 2011-12 North Carolina 0-1 0-1 2007-08 North Carolina A&T 1-0 1-0 NA 2012-13 Notre Dame 0-3 0-3 NA 2012-13 Ohio State 0-1 0-1 2008-09 Old Dominion 0-1 0-1 2007-08 Pittsburgh 1-2 1-2 NA 2012-13 Princeton 0-1 0-1 2007-08 Providence 4-2 3-2 1-0 2012-13 Rhode Island 1-0 1-0 NA 2012-13 Richmond 0-1 0-1 NA 2010-11 Rider 1-4 1-4 2009-10 Robert Morris 0-2 0-2 2008-09 Rutgers 2-5 2-5 NA 2012-13 Saint Joseph’s 1-0 1-0 NA 2011-12

Opponent Record at SHU at Iona Last Meeting Saint Peter’s 6-2 3-0 3-2 2012-13 Siena 0-4 0-4 2009-10 South Carolina State 0-1 0-1 2007-08 South Florida 3-2 3-1 0-1 2012-13 Southern Miss 0-1 0-1 2008-09 St. Francis (NY) 1-0 1-0 NA 2011-12 St. Francis (PA) 2-0 2-0 2008-09 St. John’s 2-1 2-1 NA 2012-13 Stony Brook 2-0 2-0 NA 2012-13 Syracuse 1-4 1-4 NA 2012-13 Temple 0-1 0-1 NA 2010-11 UMKC 1-0 1-0 NA 2012-13 Valparaiso 1-0 1-0 2008-09 Vanderbilt 0-1 0-1 2007-08 VCU 1-0 1-0 NA 2011-12 Villanova 1-2 1-2 NA 2012-13 Wake Forest 2-0 2-0 NA 2012-13 Washington 0-1 0-1 NA 2012-13 Western Michigan 1-1 1-1 2008-09 West Virginia 1-1 1-1 NA 2011-12 William & Mary 1-0 1-0 2009-10 Wisconsin 0-1 0-1 2008-09 Xavier 0-1 0-1 NA 2010-11 Yale 1-0 1-0 NA 2011-12

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In Willard’s first year in South Orange, the Pirates played one of the most difficult schedules in the nation, which included 10 games against ranked teams and 18 games against teams that made it to the 2011 NCAA Tournament. Despite the daunting gauntlet, the Pirates registered victories over eventual Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Champion Saint Peter’s, Marquette, #15 St. John’s and #9 Syracuse. The 90-68 upset over the Orange was only Seton Hall’s fifth win in 27 games at the Carrier Dome. Before Seton Hall, Willard took over the Iona head coaching job in 2007. He inherited a Gaels team that had won just two games the prior season. Only three seasons later, Willard guided Iona to a 2110 overall record and was named MAAC Coach of the Year. During his first year as a head coach, the 2007-08 season, the Gaels finished with 10 more victories than the previous year, one of the top turnarounds in NCAA Div. I. Prior to the start of his career as a head coach, Willard served the previous six seasons as an assistant and associate head coach at the University of Louisville, where he was mentored by college coaching legend Rick Pitino. Willard also credits his father, Ralph, as one of his coaching influences. Ralph Willard enjoyed a successful 19-year run as the head coach at Western Kentucky, Pittsburgh and Holy Cross. At Louisville, Kevin Willard was responsible for assisting with the Cardinals’ game preparations, scouting and preparing game plans. He also served as chief recruiting coordinator. During his tenure, Louisville was ranked in the Top-25 for five seasons and reached the post season in each of his six years. The squad reached the 26 | Seton Hall Men’s Basketball

NCAA Tournament on four occasions including a visit to the 2005 Final Four, the first time in 19 years that the Cardinals had advanced that deep into the postseason. In his six seasons at Louisville, the Cardinals posted a phenomenal 142-58 record averaging nearly 24 wins per season. Prior to Louisville, Willard worked with Pitino as a coaching associate with the Boston Celtics for four years. His

the last three coming at the University of Pittsburgh. He earned BIG EAST All-Academic honors while appearing in 75 games for the Panthers. He spent his freshman season at Western Kentucky, where he played in the Hilltoppers’ backcourt and sank over 40 percent of his three-point goals. Willard hails from New York, but played his high school basketball at Bowling Green High School (Ky.) while

Seton Hall’s 21 wins in 2011-12 were the most in nearly a decade. The Pirates broke into the national rankings (#24) for the first time in 12 years with a 15-2 start, the program’s best since 1992-93. duties with the Celtics included game and practice preparation, scouting and assisting the coaching staff in all facets of basketball operations. He also provided advance scouting, video tape breakdowns and assisted with individual workouts prior to games. A basketball lifer, Willard played point guard on the Division I level for four years; Year School 2001-02 Louisville 2002-03 Louisville 2003-04 Louisville 2004-05 Louisville 2005-06 Louisville 2006-07 Louisville 2007-08 Iona 2008-09 Iona 2009-10 Iona 2010-11 Seton Hall 2011-12 Seton Hall 2012-13 Seton Hall

his father was the head coach at Western Kentucky. He earned Second Team AllState honors as a senior and helped his team to a combined 76-15 record in his final three prep seasons. He is married to the former Julie Wagner and they have two sons, Colin, who was born in August, 2006 and Chase born in June, 2008. WILLARD’S COACHING RECORD

Overall Position Record Pct. Conference Record Pct. Finish Assitant Coach 19-13 .594 Conference USA 8-8 .500 Eighth Assistant Coach 25-7 .781 Conference USA 11-5 .688 Second Assistant Coach 20-10 .667 Conference USA 9-7 .563 Sixth Assistant Coach 33-5 .868 Conference USA 14-2 .875 First Associate Head Coach 21-13 .618 BIG EAST 6-10 .375 11th Associate Head Coach 24-10 .706 BIG EAST 12-4 .750 Second Head Coach 12-20 .375 MAAC 8-10 .444 Seventh Head Coach 12-19 .387 MAAC 7-11 .389 Seventh Head Coach 21-10 .677 MAAC 12-6 .667 Third Head Coach 13-18 .419 BIG EAST 7-11 .389 12th Head Coach 21-13 .618 BIG EAST 8-10 .444 10th Head Coach 15-18 .455 BIG EAST 3-15 .167 13th

Asst./Assoc. Coach Totals Head Coach Totals

142-58 94-98

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60-36 45-63

.625 .417


The Willard Family Kevin Willard with his wife Julie and two sons Colin and Chase

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Shaheen

haheen Holloway, a native Pirate, followed head coach Kevin Willard to Seton Hall in March of 2010. The former Pirates' star is in his seventh year with Willard and his fourth as associate head coach at his alma mater. Holloway spent the prior three years as an assistant coach on Willard's staff at Iona College.

Holloway Associate Head Coach

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in 2012, Holloway became the 53rd former men’s basketball player to be inducted into the Seton Hall Athletics Hall of Fame

Holloway has been instrumental in establishing a new foundation for the program to restore the winning tradition he contributed to as a player. His primary responsibilities include overseeing the Pirates’ recruiting efforts, managing the player development program, and serving as a team liaison for the Pirate Blue Athletic Fund. Since returning to The Hall, the program has experienced a multitude of successes both on and off the court. The Pirates have had four All-BIG EAST selections and 12 BIG EAST Academic All-Stars. As a team, Seton Hall earned its first national ranking in 12 years, while also posting the first 20-win season and notching the first postseason victory in nearly a decade.

Most notably, Holloway mentored former Pirate standout Jordan Theodore who experienced tremendous development after only one year under his tutelage. Theodore was named to the 2012 All-BIG EAST Second Team after breaking the program’s single seasonassist record that stood for nearly 50 years. Holloway began his collegiate coaching career at SHU, serving as an administrative assistant under former head coach Bobby Gonzalez. In his role, he was responsible for coordinating film exchange, analyzing game tapes and assisting with scouting of opponents. He supervised fall conditioning as well as the year-round weight training program. Holloway was also responsible for academic progress reports for team

members as well as the organization of all aspects of team travel for the Pirates. Holloway made his way back to his alma mater after serving as an assistant coach at the high school level at Bloomfield Tech. He was a four-year standout at Seton Hall from 1996-00 and helped lead his team to the 2000 NCAA Sweet Sixteen. A native of Queens, Holloway was a McDonald's AllAmerican who played at St. Patrick's High School in Elizabeth, N.J. Holloway, the Pirates' all-time assist leader with 681, scored 1,588 points during his career, the 13th highest total in school history. He also recorded 231 steals (3rd all-time) and hit 185 three-pointers (7th alltime) in 116 games. In 2000, he was named

the BIG EAST's Most Improved Player, while earning all-league status three times and All-Metropolitan accolades in each of his four seasons at Seton Hall. After his collegiate success Holloway played professionally in England for the Chester Jets and London Towers as well as a season in Ulm, Germany and Istanbul, Turkey. Back in the U.S. he had stints with the Brooklyn Kings of the USBL and Newark, Las Vegas and Chicago in the ABA. He was invited to three preseason NBA camps with the Knicks, Nets and Golden State Warriors. In June of 2012, Holloway became the 53rd former men's basketball player to be inducted into the Seton Hall Athletics Hall of Fame. Seton Hall Men’s Basketball | 29


462 career victories in over 30 years of collegiate coaching experience

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HILL Assistant Coach First Season Montclair State ‘81

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red Hill is in his first year as an assistant on head coach Kevin Willard's staff at Seton Hall. Hill begins his second stint as an assistant coach for the Pirates where he helped bring in the top-ranked recruiting class in the nation to South Orange in 2000-01. Hill was instrumental in guiding Seton Hall to the postseason in his three years (1998-2001) under head coach Tommy Amaker, which included a run to the Sweet 16 in 2000. He mentored three-time All-BIG EAST selection and

McDonald's All-American in program history (Mike Rosario). Hill helped guide four different programs to nine consecutive postseason appearances from 1998-2006 as a member of the coaching staffs at Fairleigh Dickinson, Seton Hall, Villanova and Rutgers. He garnered national recognition as the No. 1 assistant coach in the country by Basketball Times (200405) and by Lindy's College Basketball magazine (2002-03) during his time as an assistant at Villanova.

Coached 10 players who went on to careers in the NBA the Pirates' current associate head coach Shaheen Holloway (1996-2000), two-time All-BIG EAST honoree Andre Barrett (2000-04), along with NBA veterans Eddie Griffin, the 2000-01 BIG EAST Rookie of the Year, and Samuel Dalembert (1999-2001). With 30-years of coaching experience at the Division I level, he returned to South Orange after spending the last two seasons at Northwestern University as an assistant on Bill Carmody's staff in the Big Ten. He previously served four years as head coach at Rutgers from 2006-10, promoted to the position after one year as associate head coach. While at Rutgers, Hill recruited a pair of top-50 players, including the first

Hill also helped Villanova return to prominence from 2001-05 as the Wildcats advanced to the Sweet 16 in 2005. It was the program's first NCAA tournament bid since 1999 and its first Sweet 16 since 1988. In 2002-03, Hill was instrumental in signing a premier recruiting class that ranked in the top-five nationally, which featured four top-50 recruits - Jason Fraser (No. 5), Curtis Sumpter (No. 25), Randy Foye (No. 32) and Allan Ray (No. 40). A 1981 graduate of Montclair State, Hill began his coaching career in 1981-82 at his alma mater. He also held assistant coaching positions at Maine (1988-91), Marquette (1986-88), Rider (1983-86) and Lehigh (1982-83).

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Oliver

liver Antigua is in his first season as an assistant coach for the Seton Hall men’s basketball program. The longtime St. Raymond High School head coach and former college teammate of Willard at Pittsburgh spent the 2012-13 season as an assistant coach at Manhattan College under Steve Masiello. Antigua was part of the Jaspers run to the 2013 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference championship game.

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Antigua spent the summer coaching professionally in the Dominican Republic for the Leones Basketball Club of Santo Domingo. As a member of the Leones’ staff, he reunited with former Seton Hall guard Brian Laing ’08 who played for Antigua at St. Raymond. Antigua also served as an assistant coach this summer under his brother Orlando Antigua for the Dominican Republic National Team at the FIBA Americas Championship in Caracas, Venezuela. The Dominican Republic advanced to the semifinals to secure a spot in the 2014 FIBA World Cup in Spain. It marked the first time the Dominican Republic qualified for the FIBA World Cup in 35 years. Antigua enjoyed a successful career at St. Raymond High School in the Bronx, where he coached the Ravens to five Catholic High School Athletic Association (CHSAA) Class AA championships over his 13-year tenure. In 10 seasons as head coach, the Ravens won 186 games and three intersectional championships (2003, 2004, 2012). The most recent championship campaign in 2012 featured St. Raymond posting a 21-10 overall record behind CHSAA Player of the Year Daniel Dingle. The Ravens captured a berth in the New York State Federation Tournament semifinals. Over his extensive coaching career,

Antigua has mentored more than 20 NCAA Division I talents, with four players moving on to careers in the NBA. He was named CHSAA Coach of the Year in 2002 by the New York Daily News and again garnered Coach of the Year honors in 2003 by the New York Post. He propelled St. Raymond to national recognition, as well. The Ravens were ranked as high as #3 in the country by USA Today Super 25 Poll in 2008. Antigua lettered in the BIG EAST as a player at Pittsburgh from 19961998 before joining the collegiate coaching ranks on the Panthers' staff working under head coach Ralph Willard for one season. He returned to his alma mater St. Raymond in 1999 and helped lead the Ravens to CHSAA city championships in two of his three seasons as an assistant coach (1999 & 2000). The Ravens' accomplishments in Antigua's time as an assistant also included winning the New York State Federation title in 2000. On the international level, Antigua also coached the Dominican Republic Under-17 team at the Central American qualifiers for the Pan American Games in the summer of 2011. Additionally, his background extends to stints coaching some of the top high school talent at the Nike All American Camp in 2007 and at the Jordan Brand All-American Game in 2008.

Oliver Antigua with his wife Yessenia and daughter Senia

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Billmeier

rant Billmeier is in his fourth season on head coach Kevin Willard’s staff. He was promoted to Director of Basketball Operations for the 2013-14 season, after serving  as Coordinator of Basketball Operations the previous three years. Billmeier’s primary roles include serving as a team liaison for community service and Pirate Blue events, assisting in developing practice plans, as well as game day coordination.

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director of Basketball Operations

Fourth Season Seton Hall University ‘07 This is Billmeier's second tour of duty with the Pirates as he spent four seasons in a Seton Hall uniform before graduating from Seton Hall in 2007. A former fan favorite, Billmeier was a stalwart in the Pirates' frontcourt from 2003-07. The 6-foot-10 center played in 106 career games and helped guide two of his teams to NCAA Tournament appearances. A knee injury cut his senior season short, but he still managed to amass over 300 career points and 300 career rebounds. Known for his leadership and tireless work ethic, Billmeier was a two-year team captain and received the Robin Cunningham Award for having the team's best academic ledger. Billmeier returned to Seton Hall after a brief stint as an assistant coach at his high school alma mater, St. Patrick's and a professional basketball career with stops in Germany and Portugal.


Ryan R

WHALEN

yan Whalen is in his fourth season with the Seton Hall men’s basketball program. Whalen was promoted to Director of Player Development for the 201314 season, previously serving as the Pirates’ Coordinator of Basketball Operations. In total, Whalen  has spent the last five years on head coach Kevin Willard’s staff, coming to South Orange after one season at Iona. Whalen primarily aids in the development of scouting reports for opponents, film breakdown and exchange, and managing the program’s extensive recruiting database. Whalen served as the Pirates’ video coordinator during the 2010-11 campaign, while also assisting with the program’s dayto-day operations. He worked in the same capacity under Willard at Iona in 2009-10. Over the summer, Whalen organizes and serves as a lead administrator for the Kevin Willard Basketball Camp. A 2008 graduate of Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, Pa., Whalen first landed a spot as an administrative assistant and video coordinator at Towson University under head coach Pat Kennedy. During the 2008-09 season, Whalen was responsible for coordinating game tape exchange and managing the Tigers’ student managers. While at Saint Joseph’s, Whalen played two years of Junior Varsity basketball before being named a student assistant coach by head coach Phil Martelli.

director of player development

Fourth Season Saint Joseph’s ‘08 Having developed a broad basketball background, Whalen has also had stints with the Hoop Group and the Philadelphia 76ers. He served as a part of the staff for a number of Hoop Group events before being named the Assistant Director of Elite Camps in 2009. In this role, Whalen helped recruit campers, organize and run a camp that included 70 high school teams. As an intern for the 76ers in the summer of 2007, he assisted coaches, players and team executives with dayto-day operations and during the NBA draft process. Whalen’s camp experience includes time as a counselor at Duke University, Saint Joseph’s University and Bob Hurley basketball camps. He has also worked closely with his father, Joe Whalen, a long time area high school coach in running his own camp. Whalen is a graduate of Shore Regional High School in West Long Branch, N.J. where he lettered in basketball (shooting guard) and football (wide receiver and defensive

back). He also was a member of a Jersey City Boys Club AAU basketball team that won five straight New Jersey state titles. Ryan and his wife the former Amy Iuliano were married in 2012. Ryan Whalen and his wife Amy

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STUDENT MANAGERS

Frank DeVito Head Men’s Basketball Manager

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ntering his fourth season as a member of the program, Frank DeVito assumes the role of Head Men’s Basketball Manager for the 2013-14 campaign. A fixture on the sidelines in every season since head coach Kevin Willard’s arrival at Seton Hall, Frank is a senior who has traveled with the team in each of his first three years. As head manager, he oversees a staff that includes 14 other students and is responsible for a wide-ranging variety of tasks including practice preparation, equipment maintenance and distribution as well as various administrative duties. Frank is a native of Middletown, N.J. and attended Red Bank Catholic High School where he was a three-sport varsity athlete for the Caseys. He earned a total of seven varsity letters; competing for three years in basketball and baseball in addition to one season of golf. As a senior, he was elected captain of both the basketball squad and the golf team. An avid golfer, he stands as the reigning Monmouth County Caddy Champion. Frank also comes from a family with deep Seton Hall roots. His father, the late Frank Sr., and mother, Josephine, a current employee of the University, both attended The Hall as did his sister Cherylann, a former member of the Pirates’ swim team. A student in Seton Hall’s esteemed W. Paul Stillman School of Business; Frank is pursuing a double major in finance and management and is on track to graduate in May of 2014.

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Anthony Gierdina

Charlie Butler

Quinton Briggs

Zach Ryder


Fuquan

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Edwin Senior

6-6 • 215 • Guard/Forward Paterson, N.J. (Paterson Catholic)

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2012-2013: Named 2013 All-BIG EAST Honorable Mention… Received First Team AllMetropolitan honors… Started all 33 games… Averaged a team-best 16.5 points per game, eighth highest scoring average in the BIG EAST… Finished second in the BIG EAST with 2.4 steals per game and ranked fifth in the BIG EAST with a 41.2% threepoint shooting percentage… Became the 40th player in Seton Hall history to record 1,000 career points, only the 23rd player in program history to do it in less than three full seasons… Named BIG EAST Player of the Week on 12/10.

2011-2012: Became the first player in BIG EAST history to lead the nation in steals per game (3.0)... Broke Seton Hall's single-season record for steals with 102... Played in all 34 games making 33 starts… Averaged a team third-best 12.5 points and a secondbest 6.2 rebounds per game. Scored a career-high 28 points vs. DePaul (1/10).

2010-2011: Played in all 31 games and made 26 starts... Averaged 7.9 points and 3.3 rebounds per game... Made collegiate and starting lineup debuts at Temple (11/12)… Named BIG EAST Rookie of the Week on Dec. 20.

BEFORE SETON HALL/PERSONAL: Local product who lettered at Paterson Catholic... Named 2010 North Jersey Player of the Year and First Team All-State... Guided Paterson Catholic to a 28-1 record as a senior and three straight Passaic County Tournament championships... Averaged a team-leading 15.7 points per game as a senior... Averaged 16 points and eight rebounds per game as a junior... Tallied 1,766 career points in high school... Ranked #77 prospect in the Hoop Scoop Top-100... Ranked #23 among small forwards by ESPN.com... Ranked #48 among small forwards by scout.com.

career stats

-3pt- -ReboundsYear GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast 2010-11 31 26 767 24.7 93 227 .410 24 76 .316 35 54 .648 23 79 102 3.3 87 1 28 2011-12 34 33 1141 33.6 164 338 .485 40 108 .370 57 91 .626 53 158 211 6.2 111 7 43 2012-13 33 33 1067 32.3 190 431 .441 63 153 .412 100 148 .676 46 145 191 5.8 101 3 63 TOTAL 98 92 2975 30.4 447 996 .449 127 337 .377 192 293 .655 122 382 504 5.1 299 11 134 38 | Seton Hall Men’s Basketball

TO 27 71 84 182

Blk Stl Pts Avg 13 37 245 7.9 15 102 425 12.5 17 79 543 16.5 45 218 1213 12.4


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Geramipoor Senior

6-11 • 245 • Center Manchester, England (Canarias Basketball Academy) Seton Hall Men’s Basketball | 39


2011-2012: Played in 25 games and made two starts... Averaged 1.4 points and 2.2 rebounds per game... Grabbed a career-high six rebounds to go with three points in 10 minutes at Providence (1/7)... Had four points and six rebounds in his first collegiate start at Marquette (1/31). Played a career-high 23 minutes at UConn (2/4). 2010-2011: Played in 16 games... Made collegiate debut vs. Syracuse (1/8)... Scored first collegiate points with a pair of made free throws vs. Rutgers (1/22)... Grabbed a season-high four rebounds at Notre Dame (2/26).

2012-2013: Appeared in 21 contests and averaged 7.6 minutes per game… He posted 1.7 rebounds per game and made six steals… Played a season-high 16 minutes, and scored three points, at Marquette (1/16)... Matched a careerhigh with four points at Providence (3/5)… He played in both BIG EAST Tournament games vs. USF (3/12) and Syracuse (3/13).

BEFORE SETON HALL/PERSONAL: Native of Manchester, England... Played at the Canarias Basketball Academy (CBA) in the Canary Islands, Spain... Former teammate of Pirate forward Patrik Auda... Part of a long pipeline of Seton Hall players from Europe including stars such as Arturas Karnishovas and Rimas Kaukenas... Opted to forego remaining year of high school eligibility to sign with the Pirates following early graduation... Averaged over 20 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks per game for the Canarias Basketball Academy... Former member of England's under-18 national team averaging better than eight points and eight rebounds per game on the national stage... Ranked as the #75 power forward by ESPN.com... Born Sept. 11, 1992. career stats

-3pt- -ReboundsYear GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot 2010-11 16 0 89 5.6 2 8 .250 0 0 .000 2 6 .333 7 10 17 2011-12 25 2 229 9.2 16 33 .485 0 0 .000 3 17 .176 30 25 55 2012-13 21 0 159 7.6 7 20 .350 0 0 .000 5 10 .500 18 18 36 TOTAL 62 2 477 7.7 25 61 .410 0 0 .000 10 33 .303 55 53 108 40 | Seton Hall Men’s Basketball

Avg 1.1 2.2 1.7 1.7

PF FO Ast 16 1 0 54 2 2 25 0 0 95 3 2

TO 5 17 4 26

Blk Stl Pts Avg 2 2 6 0.4 9 2 35 1.4 3 6 19 0.9 14 10 60 1.0


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Oliver Red-Shirt Senior

6-7 • 225 • Guard/Forward Glassboro, N.J. (Georgia Tech)

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2012-2013: Appeared in 26 games, starting 12 times… Averaged 7.7 points, 3.7 rebounds and buried 42 three-pointers… Scored a season-high 20 points, all in the first half, on the strength of 6-for-8 shooting from three-point range vs. Stony Brook (12/28)... Played a career-high 42 minutes and posted a season-high two blocks in the BIG EAST Tournament vs. USF (3/12). 2011-2012: Did not play per NCAA Transfer regulations. 2010-2011 (at Georgia Tech): Played in 22 games including 12 starts... Team's thirdleading scorer averaging 10.5 points per game and was fourth on team in rebounds per game with 4.5... Named to Legends Classic All-Tournament team for a performance that included his first career doubledouble (15 points, 12 rebounds vs. UTEP 11/26) and career-highs of 32 points and six made three-pointers against #10 Syracuse (11/27) in the championship game.

2009-2010 (at Georgia Tech): Appeared in all 36 games and made five starts as a freshman (16.5 minutes per game)... Converted at least one three-point field goal in 28 games, while netting four or more on five occasions... Finished the season eighth among ACC freshmen in scoring. BEFORE SETON HALL/PERSONAL: Played four years at William Penn High School in New Castle, Del...Briefly attended Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, VA) for a portion of his junior season before returning to William Penn for his senior campaign... Averaged 14.9 points and 10.4 rebounds per game, while also recording 4.1 blocks and 3.7 assists per game as he led his team to a state title in 2009... Earned AllState recognition in the process... Finished his career with 1,101 points, which ranks in the top-10 in school history... Selected to Reebok All-American Game following his senior season... Rated as high as 45th nationally among recruiting service rankings during his high school career... Rated by ESPN.com as 25th among small forwards prior to his senior season. career stats

-3pt- Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct 2009-10 36 5 595 16.5 86 218 .394 63 166 .380 19 27 .704 2010-11 22 12 616 28.0 86 239 .360 36 126 .286 22 26 .846 2012-13 26 12 621 23.9 70 200 .350 42 120 .350 19 21 .905 TOTAL 84 27 1,842 21.9 242 657 .368 141 412 .342 60 74 .811 42 | Seton Hall Men’s Basketball

-ReboundsOff Def Tot 24 44 68 34 64 98 23 73 96 81 181 262

Avg 1.9 4.5 3.7 3.1

PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 66 2 31 43 10 10 254 7.1 55 1 32 30 6 14 230 10.5 71 1 26 47 7 15 201 7.7 192 4 89 120 23 39 685 8.2


21 Eugene

Teague Red-Shirt Senior

6-9 • 270 • Center Vineland, N.J. (Southern Illinois University)

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2012-2013: Started 30 of 33 appearances and averaged 11.2 points… Led the team in rebounding (7.2) and field goal percentage (56.2%)… Tied for seventh in the BIG EAST in rebounding… Ranked seventh in the conference in offensive rebounds (90), eighth in total rebounds (236) and ninth in defensive rebounds (146)… Scored a career-high 22 points at St. John’s (1/27)… Posted fifth doubledouble of the season in the BIG EAST Tournament vs. USF (3/12) with 14 points on 6-for-7 shooting and 10 rebounds. 2011-2012: Did not play per NCAA Transfer regulations. 2010-2011 (at Southern Illinois): Played in 19 games and made 14 starts... Averaged a team third-best 8.6 points and a team second-best 5.3 rebounds per game... best .606 from the field for the season... Notched four double-doubles on the season. 2009-2010 (at Southern Illinois): Named to Missouri Valley Conference AllFreshman Team... Played in 29 games and made 13 starts... Averaged 6.1 points and 4.6 rebounds per game... Named Missouri Valley Conference Newcomer of the Week on Jan. 18. BEFORE SETON HALL/PERSONAL: Played at Apex Academy Prep School in 2008-09... Averaged 20.0 points and 10.0 rebounds per game and was rated as the career stats

top post-graduate player in the state by NJ Hoops magazine... Averaged 20.0 points and 13.0 rebounds for Living Faith Christian Academy as a senior and led his team to a 23-9 record... Born December 2, 1989, in Brooklyn, N.Y.

-3pt- -ReboundsYear GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2009-10 29 13 493 17.0 66 113 .584 0 0 .000 46 100 .460 46 88 134 4.6 78 1 13 49 13 11 178 6.1 2010-11 19 14 404 21.3 60 99 .606 0 0 .000 43 72 .597 36 65 101 5.3 46 0 13 47 10 5 163 8.6 2012-13 33 30 937 28.4 141 251 .562 0 0 .000 87 156 .558 90 146 236 7.2 103 5 50 89 15 9 369 11.2 TOTAL 81 57 1,834 22.6 267 463 .577 0 0 .000 176 328 .537 172 299 471 5.8 227 6 76 185 28 25 710 8.8 44 | Seton Hall Men’s Basketball


Patrik

Auda Red-Shirt Junior

6-9 • 235 • Forward Brno, Czech Republic (Canarias Basketball Academy)

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2012-2013: Became the first Seton Hall men's basketball three-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star since Reggie Garrett earned the distinction three straight years, 1998-01… Appeared in five games, starting twice… Averaged 7.6 points and 3.4 rebounds… Sidelined after Maine game (11/21) for the remainder of season due to injury. 2011-2012: Earned BIG EAST Academic All-Star recognition...Played in all 34 games and made 26 starts... Averaged 6.8 points and 4.0 rebounds per game... Scored a career-high 18 points to go with three blocks at Dayton (12/21)... Notched his first career doubledouble with 12 points and 10 rebounds off the bench vs. St. John's (2/14). 2010-2011: Named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star... Played in 24 games and made one start... Averaged 3.2 points and 2.5 rebounds per game… Made collegiate debut at Temple (11/12)… Scored 14 points and was 3-for-4 from three-point range

vs. Marquette (3/5) - also grabbed a team-high six rebounds. BEFORE SETON HALL/PERSONAL: Native of Brno, Czech Republic... Played at the Canarias Basketball Academy (CBA) in the Canary Islands, Spain... Part of a long pipeline of Seton Hall players from Europe including stars such as Arturas Karnisovas and Rimas Kaukenas... Represented the Czech Republic at 2011 World University Games in Shenzen, China...Led the Czech team with averages of 15.2 points and 7.5 rebounds per game during the competition... Ranked #63 among power forwards by ESPN.com... Named to the National Prep School Invitational All-Tournament Team after averaging more than 17 points and nine rebounds per game... Recruited by more than 50 Division I programs... Born Aug. 29, 1989.

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG 2010-11 24 1 367 15.3 26 56 .464 11 2011-12 34 26 817 24.0 81 161 .503 15 2012-13 5 2 127 25.4 16 32 .500 1 TOTAL 63 29 1311 20.8 123 249 .494 27 46 | Seton Hall Men’s Basketball

career stats

-3pt- -ReboundsFGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot 27 .407 14 21 .667 26 33 59 45 .333 54 83 .651 45 92 137 6 .167 5 8 .625 5 12 17 78 .346 73 112 .652 76 137 213

Avg PF FO Ast 2.5 57 3 12 4.0 81 4 38 3.4 8 0 6 3.4 146 7 56

TO 19 40 6 65

Blk Stl Pts Avg 9 9 77 3.2 9 24 231 6.8 2 3 38 7.6 20 36 346 5.5


15 Hakeem

Harris Junior

6-1 • 190 • Guard Bergenfield, N.J. (Connors State) Seton Hall Men’s Basketball | 47


BEFORE SETON HALL/PERSONAL: Native of Bergenfield, N.J... Earned AllRegion honors last season averaging 12.4 points, 4.0 rebounds and 3.4 assists at Connors State College (Okla.)… Started 27 of 30 appearances for head coach Bill Muse helping the Cowboys post a 24-9 overall record and earn a NJCAA National Tournament berth… Led Connors State in three-pointers (54), assists (102) and assist-to-turnover ratio (2.0)… Ranked second on the team in scoring (12.4) and free-throw shooting (77.9%)… Scored in double-figures 18 times in 2012-13, including six 20-point outbursts… Averaged 14.1 points against conference opponents to help Connors State advance to the Region II championship game… A four year starter at Blair Academy (N.J.) for head coach Joe Mantegna… Garnered First Team All-State Prep honors as a senior averaging 17 points, eight assists and eight rebounds per game… He hit the game-winning shot in the 2008 New Jersey Prep A championship game to lead Blair to its first ever state title… Played his first collegiate year at Broward Junior College (Fla.) where he averaged 14.5 points and 4.5 assists per game… Born April 9, 1991… Son of Frank and Michelle Harris.

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Haralds

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Karlis Junior

6-6 • 210 • Guard Riga, Latvia (Canarias Basketball Academy)

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2012-2013: Earned BIG EAST Academic All-Star recognition… Played in 31 games, starting 10 times all against BIG EAST opponents… Averaged 2.8 points, 2.2 rebounds and 1.0 assists… Grabbed a career-high seven rebounds vs. Longwood (12/19)... Scored a career-high 14 points on 4-for-7 shooting, to go with six rebounds, a career-high 39 minutes at Marquette (1/16). 2011-2012: Named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star... Played in 34 games and made three starts... Averaged

3.2 points and 1.6 rebounds per game... Made collegiate debut with eight points and three rebounds vs. St. Francis (N.Y.) (11/12)... Made first career start at Marquette (1/31)... Scored a season-high 13 points on 5-for-6 shooting and 3-for-4 shooting from three-point range vs. St. John's (2/14). BEFORE SETON HALL/ PERSONAL: Hails from Riga, Latvia... Led Rigas Hanzas High School to an 18-1 record, averaging 22.6 points, 7.6 rebounds and 5.3 assists while shooting 45%

from behind the arc... Played at Canarias Basketball Academy (CBA) in the Canary Islands, Spain, the same school that produced current Pirates Patrik Auda and Aaron Geramipoor... Captained CBA to an 18-6 record, posting averages of 18.6 points, 5.1 rebounds and 4.2 assists per game against elite international amateur competition... Represented Latvia as a part of the Under-20 national team at the 2010 European Championship in Croatia... Born April 29, 1991.

career stats

-3pt- Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off 2011-12 34 3 564 16.6 37 101 .366 26 76 .342 10 16 .625 12 2012-13 31 10 539 17.4 29 88 .330 12 57 .211 16 23 .696 18 TOTAL 65 13 1103 17.0 66 189 .349 38 133 .286 26 39 .667 30 50 | Seton Hall Men’s Basketball

-ReboundsDef Tot Avg 41 53 1.6 51 69 2.2 92 122 1.9

PF FO Ast 45 2 21 47 1 32 92 3 53

TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 14 3 12 110 3.2 21 7 11 86 2.8 35 10 23 196 3.0


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Stephane

Manga Junior

6-6 • 230 • Forward Orleans, France (Monroe College)

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BEFORE SETON HALL/PERSONAL: Lettered at Monroe College (N.Y.)… Ranked No. 19 for 2013 junior college players… First Team All-Region selection for the Mustangs averaging 14.9 points and 5.7 rebounds in 2012-13… Helped Monroe post a 24-8 record and advance to the 2013 NJCAA Division I Region 15 championship game… Scored 462 points, had 37 steals and handed out 2.6 assists per game in 2012-13 under head coach Jeffrey Bustad… He scored in double figures 22 of 31 appearances, including nine 20-point performances, and shot 46.6% from the field… He competed in the 2012 All-American JUCO Showcase Elite 80 and made the Top 20 All Star Game… He played in 24 games as a freshman at Salt Lake Community College… Attended high school at Princeton Day Academy in Maryland… Born May 11, 1991… Son of Kathryn Lewis.

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Brandon

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Mobley Junior

6-9 • 215 • Forward Savannah, Ga. (St. John’s Military Academy – Wis.)

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2012-2013: Named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star… Started 17 of 22 games… Averaged 9.0 points and 5.5 rebounds per game… Shot 49.6% from the field and 43.4% from three-point territory… Scored a career-high 23 points to go with 13 rebounds vs. N.C. A&T (12/16)... Named to BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (12/17)... Notched his fifth double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds at DePaul (1/2). 2011-2012: Played in 25 games and made six starts... Averaged 5.6 points and 4.4 rebounds per game... Made first career start vs. Louisville (1/28) and tallied six points and two rebounds… Grabbed a season-high 10 rebounds at Rutgers (2/25)... Scored a season-high 16 points on an efficient 6-for-7 from the field to go with nine rebounds vs. Providence (3/6) in the first round of the BIG EAST Championship.

BEFORE SETON HALL/PERSONAL: Savannah, Ga. native who played for local R.W. Groves High School prior to attending prep school at St. John’s Northwest Military Academy (Wis.)... Recorded averages of 21 points and 11 rebounds per game while shooting 45% from three-point range in his lone prep year... Averaged 17.3 points, 11.3 rebounds and six blocks per game his senior year at Groves... Voted First Team All-Region and First Team All-State after his senior year... Named Region Most Valuable Player and Regional Tournament MVP... Competed in Georgia North vs. South High School All-Star Game... Selected to 2011 Elite Showcase Basketball Classic All-Star Game held at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C... Played on AAU circuit with the prestigious Atlanta Celtics program, the same program that boasts alumni such as NBA All-Stars Joe Johnson, Dwight Howard and Amar’e Stoudamire... Born March 12, 1991.

career stats

-3pt- -ReboundsYear GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2011-12 25 6 508 20.3 52 123 .423 17 47 .362 19 26 .731 29 81 110 4.4 54 0 16 22 10 12 140 5.6 2012-13 22 17 471 21.4 68 137 .496 23 53 .434 39 50 .780 35 87 122 5.5 50 2 15 36 21 7 198 9.0 TOTAL 47 23 979 20.8 120 260 .462 40 100 .400 58 76 .763 64 168 232 4.9 104 2 31 58 31 19 338 7.2 54 | Seton Hall Men’s Basketball


Sterling

Gibbs Red-Shirt Sophomore

6-2 • 185 • Guard Scotch Plains, N.J. (University of Texas)

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2012-2013: Sat out per NCAA transfer regulations. 2011-2012 (at Texas): Played in 30 of the team’s 34 games... Averaged 2.6 points and 0.7 assists in 7.5 minutes per game... Converted 24-of-53 (.453) field goals, including 13-of-35 (.371) from three-point range, and 17-of-22 (.773) free throws during the year... Posted a career-high 14 points, on 5-of-5 field goals - including 3-of-3 in three-pointers - in 18 minutes during a win against Nicholls State (12/13). BEFORE SETON HALL/PERSONAL: Starred at Seton Hall Preparatory School in West Orange, N.J... Averaged 20.8

points, 4.2 assists and 1.8 steals per game during his senior season... Earned First Team All-State honors from the Newark Star Ledger as a senior... Guided Seton Hall Prep to a 26-4 record and the Essex County Tournament championship in his senior year... Averaged 22.7 points and eight assists per game as a junior while leading the Pirates to a 26-3 mark... Holds the school’s career scoring record (1,984 points)... Full name is Sterling Dupree Gibbs... Son of Jacqui and Temple Gibbs... Father, Temple, played football at Temple University... Older brother, Ashton, was a First Team All-BIG EAST performer in basketball at the University of Pittsburgh... Born July 17, 1993.

career stats

-3pt- -ReboundsYear GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 2011-12 30 0 225 7.5 24 53 .453 13 35 .371 17 22 .773 1 10 11 0.4 26 0 21 25 0 6 78 2.6 TOTAL 30 0 225 7.5 24 53 .453 13 35 .371 17 22 .773 1 10 11 0.4 26 0 21 25 0 6 78 2.6 56 | Seton Hall Men’s Basketball


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Maayan

Sophomore 6-2 • 175 • Guard

Galil, Israel (Canarias Basketball Academy)

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2012-2013: Appeared in all 33 games, starting 17 contests… averaged 1.8 points, 1.7 rebounds and led the team with 3.1 assists per game… dished out a team-high 101 assists… averaged 21.5 minutes per game… Recorded a career-high eight assists with just one turnover vs. NJIT (12/4)... Played in both BIG EAST Tournament games vs. South Florida (3/12) and Syracuse (3/13). BEFORE SETON HALL/PERSONAL: Previously attended the Canarias Basketball Academy, the same school that produced current Pirates Patrik Auda, Aaron Geramipoor and Haralds Karlis... Also attended Emek Ha-Hula High School in the Upper Galilee region of Israel... Led Emek Ha-Hula to back-to-back Israeli national high school championships (2010-11), earning Most Valuable Player honors in 2011... Named National High School Defensive Player of the Year in 2010 and 2011... Played on the international level at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics with the Israeli U-17 squad, guiding Israel to a sixth place finish and winning the competition’s skills challenge... Also represented Israel at the 2011 FIBA U-18 European Championships, helping the squad win the preliminary group and ultimately secure a seventh place finish...Averaged 3.0 points, 3.1 rebounds and 2.0 steals while shooting 57.1 percent from the floor in 19.1 minutes per game at the European Championships, while his 4.0 assists per game average was the sixth-highest by any player at the tournament.

Year GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct FG 2012-13 33 17 709 21.5 22 61 .361 8 TOTAL 33 17 709 21.5 22 61 .361 8 58 | Seton Hall Men’s Basketball

career stats

-3pt- -ReboundsFGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO Ast 28 .286 6 17 .353 9 47 56 1.7 77 2 101 28 .286 6 17 .353 9 47 56 1.7 77 2 101

TO 92 92

Blk Stl Pts Avg 2 47 58 1.8 2 47 58 1.8


25 Rashed

Anthony Freshman

6-8 • 225 • Forward Cordova, S.C. (Flora Macdonald Academy)

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BEFORE SETON HALL/PERSONAL: Three year starter and All-Conference performer at Flora Macdonald Academy in Red Springs, N.C. … He was a two-time First Team All-Conference selection for head coach Derrick Bond at Flora Macdonald… Averaged 18 points, 12 rebounds and three blocks as a senior to be named the Cougars’ Most Valuable Player for the second straight year… As a junior, he posted 16 points and nine rebounds per game helping Flora Macdonald to a 31-8 overall record and the 2012 NCISAA 1A Championship… He registered 10 points, eight rebounds and five blocks per contest as a sophomore… Flora Macdonald produced a 77-30 overall record in his three seasons with the program… Played AAU ball for the South Carolina Elite.

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Jaren

Sina Freshman

6-2 • 180 • Guard Lake Hopatcong, N.J. (Gill St. Bernard’s)

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BEFORE SETON HALL/PERSONAL: Local product from Lake Hopatcong, N.J. … Three-time All-State guard who scored 2,146 points and handed out 861 assists at Gill St. Bernard’s… Four-star recruit who ranked in the top-100 nationally in the 2013 class by ESPN… Three-time Somerset County Player of the Year who helped transform Gill St. Bernard’s into a national power. The Knights broke into the USA Today High School top-25, rising as high as No. 15 in 2012… He played for his father, Mergin Sina, who was a two-year letterwinner at Seton Hall (1984-86)… Finished as the all-time leading scorer and assist leader in Somerset County history, and was second in three-pointers… Helped guide the Knights to consecutive Somerset County titles (2011 & 2012) and 2012 sectional championship… As a senior, he led Gill St. Bernard’s averaging 21.3 points, 9.1 assists and buried 117 threes… The Knights advanced to the NJSIAA Tournament Semifinals and finished with a 19-8 overall record playing a national schedule… He averaged 20.1 points as a junior and handed out 8.4 assists per game to lead Gill St. Bernard’s to a state runner-up finish and a 28-4 record. He was a finalist for the Gatorade State Player of the Year… Born March 12, 1994… Son of Mergin and Jill Sina.

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BEFORE SETON HALL/PERSONAL: Played three seasons of varsity basketball at St. Sebastian’s School in Needham, Mass. where he was a recipient of the Father Daniel Gilmartin Award as well as the Cardinal Cushing Student Service Award…Competed on the AAU circuit with the Boston Mavericks…Also lettered in cross country for three seasons… National Honor Society member as a student…Former manager for the Seton Hall women’s basketball program for three years…Sport Management major…Born Nov. 12, 1991…Son of Karen and Kevin Lynch.

BEFORE SETON HALL/ PERSONAL: Suited up for the Kent School for four years, serving as team captain for one…Took home the Lions’ Most Valuable Player Award in 2012… Helped team capture Western New England championship in 2009… Selected to the all-star game at a number of noted basketball camps including Five-Star and Hoop Group Elite…Played on a Kent team that produced four other Division I players…Played for the highly successful New Heights NYC AAU program….A communications major…Born Mar. 16,1994…Son of Susanne Dyer.

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Jimmy O’DONNELL

Fr. John DENNEHY

SENIOR ASSOCIATE ATHLETICS DIR. • 25th SEASON ST. JOHN’S UNIVERSITY ‘83

TEAM CHAPLAIN • EIGHTH SEASON SETON HALL UNIVERSITY ‘78

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immy O’Donnell is in his 25th year at Seton Hall University, having been promoted to Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Team Operations in 2009. O’Donnell manages all aspects of travel for all 14 teams, including budgets, itineraries, air/ground transportation, hotel accommodations and requisition/distribution of per diem meal allowances, while also negotiating contracts with outside vendors. He acts as the sport administrator for men’s soccer and men’s basketball, in addition to serving as the game administrator for all men’s basketball games, both home and away. O’Donnell is a key collaborator in the development of each season’s men’s basketball schedule through internal dealings with the athletics director, team staff and external contract negotiations. A 1983 graduate of St. John’s University with a Bachelor of Science degree in athletic administration, O’Donnell began his career in collegiate athletics at his alma mater in 1985 as the Assistant Director of Recreation. He became the Director of Recreational Services at Seton Hall in 1988, was promoted to an Assistant Athletics Director in 1989, and Associate Athletics Director in 2008. O’Donnell has been responsible for the development of several programs at Seton Hall, including those 64 | Seton Hall Men’s Basketball

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fixture at just about every Seton Hall athletics event, Father John Dennehy enters his eighth year as men’s basketball team chaplain. He regards the Seton Hall community as a family and his passion and support of all athletics programs proves that to be true. Widely known around campus as simply, “Father John,” he received a bachelor’s degree in history from Seton Hall in 1978, and earned his Masters of Divinity in 1984. Dennehy received a Master of Theology from Princeton Seminary in 2002, and returned to Seton Hall in 2003. Father Dennehy has been a New Jersey native his entire life and is an avid hiker, fisherman, and golfer.

establishing game day administrators for all sports, the student-athlete varsity awards program, the “Most Valuable Pirate Award”, and the Senior Day award program that recognizes athletes at their final home contest. From May 1996 to July 1997, he served as the athletic department business manager, managing a multi-million dollar budget. O’Donnell has also worked directly with Pirate Blue, the athletic fundraising division, to ensure maximum donations from alumni events and plan the expenditures of those funds. O’Donnell resides in Franklin Park, N.J., with his wife, Noreen, and their son, Christopher.


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Vincent Mcinerney

DIRECTOR OF SPORTS mEDICINE THIRD SEASON SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT ST. ‘00

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ony Testa joined the Seton Hall athletics department in October of 2009 as Director of Sports Medicine. This is his third year handling all athletic training services for the men’s basketball team. He also coordinates and provides medical services for all 330 student-athletes. Testa came to Seton Hall after a stint at Columbia University as assistant athletic trainer and head men’s basketball athletic trainer. His experience also includes stops at Northeastern, where he served as assistant athletic trainer and head football trainer, and St. Peter’s University, where he was the director of sports medicine and strength and conditioning. A graduate of Southern Connecticut State University, Testa earned his master’s with a concentration in sports administration from Temple in 2002. In addition, he still serves as USA Weightlifting’s head athletic trainer, a position he has held since 2004, and teaches as an adjunct professor at Seton Hall in the School of Health and Medical Sciences. Testa resides in Little Falls, N.J., with his wife Gina and their sons Rocco and Bruno.

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r. Festa completed his undergraduate education at Boston College. He subsequently received his medical degree from Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Dr. Festa completed his orthopaedic surgery residency at Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts. He then went on to complete a fellowship in sports medicine at the San Diego Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Program, where he served as an assistant team physician for the San Diego Padres and San Diego State University. Dr. Festa is an Associate Clinical Professor at Seton Hall University School of Health and Medical Sciences, where he also serves as the Assistant Director of the Sports Medicine Program and Director of the Shoulder and Elbow Service. Dr. Festa is a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery. He is also a member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American Orthopaedic Society of Sports Medicine, Arthroscopy Association of North America, and the New Jersey Medical Society. Dr. Festa is a team physician for Seton Hall University and also serves as an orthopaedic surgery consultant for Montclair State University and the New Jersey Jackals baseball team. Dr. Festa is actively involved in orthopaedic research. He has authored multiple journal articles and textbook chapters. His work has also been presented at numerous national orthopaedic surgery society meetings.

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r. McInerney graduated from St. Peter’s College, Jersey City, NJ, Summa Cum Laude as a Biology Major, and Top Student in the pre-medical program. He subsequently received his Medical Degree from UMDNJNJ Medical School, where he was the recipient of the Lange Award as one of the top two students in the Basic Sciences and was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. Dr. McInerney completed his Orthopaedic Surgery residency at the Seton Hall University/St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center program and his Sports Medicine Fellowship at the Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School. While in Boston, he was assistant to the team physician for the Boston Bruins hockey team and the New England Patriots football team. He has served as President of the New Jersey Orthopaedic Society; President of the Academy of Medicine of NJ; Board of Trustees, American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine; and Executive Committee Member, Board of Councilors, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. He was elected Physician of the Year, Eastern Athletic Trainers Association (1994, Philadelphia) and Physician of the Year, Passaic County Medical Society (1997), and Educator of the year in NJ as part of the Edward J. Ill Excellence in Medicine Awards (2007). Dr. McInerney is Assistant Dean and Professor and Chairman, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Director of Sports Medicine at the Seton Hall University School of Health Medical Sciences, South Orange. He is the Director of Orthopedic Education, Director of Sports Medicine, and Foundation Board member at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center, Paterson. Dr. McInerney is the team physician for Montclair State University, Seton Hall University, New Jersey Jackals Professional Baseball Team, NJ Outlaws Professional Hockey Team, and numerous high schools in northern New Jersey. Seton Hall Men’s Basketball | 65


Amanda DiDONATO

Robin CUNNINGHAM

ASSOC. DIR., ACADEMIC SUPPORT • THIRD SEASON SETON HALL UNIVERSITY ‘07

ACADEMIC & LIFE SKILLS CONSULTANT • 30th SEASON SETON HALL UNIVERSITY ‘78

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manda DiDonato enters her second season as Associate Director of Academic Support Services for Student-Athletes after spending four years as an Academic Advisor at Seton Hall. In 2012-13, DiDonato helped four Pirates Patrik Auda, Haralds Karlis, Brandon Mobley, and Kyle Smyth - earn BIG EAST Academic All-Star recognition. DiDonato serves as the link between Seton Hall’s academic community and the men’s basketball program. She serves as a mentor for student-athletes in their academic careers in addition to coordinating all tutoring sessions. Di Donato works closely with each player by monitoring their academic progress and guiding them through their respective courses of study. She keeps them on a straight path to earning their degree by instilling time-management and study skill strategies. DiDonato also teaches the freshmen seminar course for student-athletes and mentors over 30 freshman student-athletes. A 2007 Seton Hall graduate, DiDonato was a four-year member of the Pirates’ women’s soccer team. During her time as an undergraduate, she worked within Seton Hall’s sports medicine department where she assisted athletic trainers both on the playing field and in the training room. An extremely active member of the Seton Hall community, DiDonato has served on the Mary Jennings Scholarship Promotions Committee, acted as a scholar-athlete mentor and worked extensively within Seton Hall’s community service program.

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obin Cunningham, a former standout student-athlete at Seton Hall and member of the University’s Athletic Hall of Fame, assists the men’s basketball program as an academic and life skills consultant. Cunningham currently works for Seton Hall in the Freshman Studies Department as a Mentor and the Director of the Seton Summer Scholars program. She was the university’s Director of Academic Support Services for Student-Athletes from 1984-2004. Cunningham’s work with Pirate student-athletes was widely recognized, both nationally and within the Seton Hall community. She was honored in 1991 with the Outstanding Adviser Award as presented by ACT/NACADA, the national organization for Academic Advisers. She received a Distinguished Service Award in April of 1994 from the Ernst and Young Law Symposium at the Seton Hall Law School and received the President’s Award for Excellence in Service to Students for an administrator in May, 1996. Cunningham was honored by the men’s basketball program with its “Most Valuable Person” award. In 2005, Cunningham was recognized as the Woman of the Year by the university community. Most recently, she received the Alunni Humanitarian Award from the University in 2008. Between 1995 and 2000, Cunningham served as the chair of the Selection Committee for the NCAA Foundation Leadership Conference. The purpose of the Leadership Conference is to bring studentathletes together from across the country to

share experiences and learn how to create change on their own campuses through community based leadership strategies. Cunningham was the first woman ever to receive an athletic scholarship to Seton Hall, and was also the first inducted into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 1984. She finished her basketball career with 1,003 points, which currently ranks her 16th on the all-time scoring list. In 1981, she became the first Pirate women’s athlete to have her uniform number, 32, retired. Cunningham also played tennis and softball at Seton Hall, posting a 52-15 career record for the tennis team. Cunningham graduated in 1978 with a bachelor’s degree in English, in 1984 earned her master’s degree in counseling and special services, and received her Ed. S. degree in secondary education in 1994.


Stephen DOMBROSKI

Jason NEHRING

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR/ DIGITAL MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS • FIRST SEASON • SIENA ‘04

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH • FIRST SEASON UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN- LA CROSSE ‘96

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tephen Dombroski was named Assistant Athletic Director for Digital Media & Communications at Seton Hall University in March 2013. Dombroski oversees the media relations and publicity for the Pirates’ 14 varsity athletic teams, serving as the primary communications contact for the men’s basketball program. Dombroski joined Seton Hall after spending five years heading the Manhattan College Athletic Communications Office. Promoted to Assistant Athletic Director for Communications & Marketing at Manhattan in 2010, Dombroski spearheaded a robust external relations operation that featured cutting-edge technology for the Jaspers’ 19 NCAA Division I athletic teams. Dombroski was instrumental in the development of Manhattan’s High Definition live and on-demand video network. The infrastructure secured a direct partnership with ESPN3 that put a live men’s basketball HD broadcast on the network, which was available 79 million households. In addition, Dombroski held senior administrative responsibilities in Riverdale, including serving as the primary athletics constituent on the Presidential Committee for Manhattan’s institutional branding campaign with SME consultants. Furthermore, he held a lead role in the management of a major facility enhancement to Draddy Gymnasium in 2011, the largest improvement project since its construction in 1978. Dombroski spearheaded the implementation of an innovative internet ticketing platform, as well as managing the integration of a state-of-the-art instant replay system and two High Definition video boards in Draddy Gymnasium. Dombroski also managed athletic marketing, sponsorships and directed all multimedia initiatives. Dombroski served on the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Technology Committee that helped develop the MAAC.tv video platform. He currently is an Advisory Board member of the nationally recognized Sports Video Group (SVG). A native of Latham, N.Y., Dombroski came to Manhattan from Siena College, where he served as Assistant Sports Information Director. In this role, he aided in the public relations and marketing efforts for Siena’s 18 NCAA Division I athletic programs. Dombroski supervised operations for home athletic events on campus and at the Times Union Center, a 13,000-seat off campus facility in downtown Albany that is the home court for Siena men’s and women’s basketball games. Prior to Siena, Dombroski served as a graduate assistant at Wagner College, earning his master’s degree in business administration with a concentration in

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marketing. Dombroski also worked in the public relations department at Madison Square Garden. In this capacity, he was responsible for media services for all Sports Properties events, including college basketball and professional boxing, the public relations for MSG Networks. Before his tenure at Madison Square Garden, Dombroski worked with the New Jersey Pride Professional Lacrosse team for the 2005 season in both marketing and public relations capacities. Dombroski has also assisted with media relations of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship for nine years (2003-2011) and the Women’s Basketball Championship in Trenton, N.J. in 2006. Dombroski, a 2004 graduate of Siena College, holds a bachelor’s degree of science in marketing and management with a minor in psychology. Dombroski was a four-year letter winner on the Saints’ men’s lacrosse team. In 2003, he attended the NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Conference on behalf of Siena and the NCAA, a prestigious honor awarded to select student-athletes across the country. Additionally, Dombroski was a member of the MAAC Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC), while also serving on Siena’s Student-Athlete Advisory Council. Dombroski is an active member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) and the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators (NACMA).

ason Nehring enters his first year as a Strength and Conditioning Coach at Seton Hall. Nehring brings 17 years of experience in physical fitness to South Orange. Most recently, he spent seven years as a Strength and Conditioning Assistant at Penn State University. In State College, Nehring assisted with the year-round strength and conditioning of 30 sports in various capacities. Directly responsible for the strength and conditioning of five programs, he also supervised and assisted with the strength training of PSU’s club sports and worked as the supervisor of the student fitness center. Nehring also assisted with the setup of a new 16,000 square foot fitness center. Prior to joining Penn State, Nehring served six years in a similar capacity at the University of Kentucky. As a Wildcat, he assisted with the year-round strength and conditioning for the Men’s and Women’s Basketball programs, amid several other key responsibilities. Among other significant positions held in his native Wisconsin/Minnesota area, Nehring spent four seasons working strength and conditioning with the Minnesota Vikings. A 1996 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, Nehring received a Master’s of Science in Kinesiology and Health Promotion-Biomechanics Emphasis from the University of Kentucky in 2003. A two-time national champion as a member of Wisconsin-La Crosse’s football team, Nehring has six physical fitness certifications.

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Clay WHITE

Floyd NEVIUS

EQUIPMENT MANAGER • 12TH SEASON • HUMBOLDT STATE ‘95

ASSISTANT EQUIPMENT MANAGER • NINTH SEASON

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hite joined the Pirates’ athletics staff 12 years ago, when he was appointed as the equipment manager for Seton Hall’s varsity teams, a position he continues to hold, in addition to his duties as the Pirates’ head men’s golf coach. He came to Seton Hall after a two-year stint as the assistant director of equipment at Ohio University. During White’s time in Athens, he served as the head girl’s volleyball coach of the Ohio Juniors Volleyball Club 14-and-under team, just one of many coaching positions White has held during his career. His experiences encompass a variety of sports, including golf, softball and volleyball. White got his start in coaching at Humboldt State University, where he was the assistant women’s softball coach from 1993-95 and the assistant volleyball coach from 1995-97. In December of 1997, he assumed the role of assistant athletic equipment manager at Humboldt State, and served in that capacity until 2000. While performing the duties of assistant athletic equipment manager, White also was the head coach of the volleyball team at the College of the

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Redwoods from 1997-00, as well as a golf shop assistant at Baywood Golf and Country Club from 1998-00. A 1995 graduate of Humboldt State with a bachelor’s degree in physical education with an emphasis in teaching and coaching, White was a letterwinner in golf at the College of the Redwoods. White and his wife Kelli reside in Branchburg, N.J.

loyd Nevius came to the Seton Hall University Department of Athletics in 2002 as a part-time facility manager and was promoted to assistant equipment manager in 2005. In his current role, he assists the head equipment manager with all duties, including inventory, distribution and maintainance of all athletic equipment and uniforms. Nevius assists in overseeing the day-to-day operations of the equipment room, making sure each student-athlete has the equipment they need to be successful on the playing field. Floyd also assists with the supervision of students workers and managers and helps with daily laundry operation. His role also includes game day operations at men’s basketball games at the Prudential Center, overseeing the set up of locker rooms and the ball boys. He also stays connected to the local sports community by working part-time at the Prudential Center and

the Meadowlands as a video REPLAY coordinator. He was named the 2012 Most Valuable Pirate of the year, honoring a staff member that goes above and beyond the job description.


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UNIVERSITY QUICK FACTS History: • Founded: 1856 by Bishop James Roosevelt Bayley • Namesake: Elizabeth Ann Seton, first American-born saint • Affiliation: Catholic, oldest U.S. diocesan university, under the Archdiocese of Newark • Location: South Orange, New Jersey, suburban setting 30 minutes from NYC Enrollment: • Undergraduate enrollment: 5,500 • 59% female/41% male • 42% diversity rate • 70 countries represented • 80% of freshmen live on campus • Graduate enrollment: 4,300 Freshman Profile: • Unweighted GPA average: 3.4 • SAT average (CR&M): 1100 • ACT average: 24 Faculty and Academics: • Programs: 90+ • Average class size: 21 students • Freshman English classes: 15 students • Student to faculty ratio: 14:1 • Students in internships: 75% • Employment Rate: 84% (About 20% higher than the national average) Student Life And Activities: • 14 NCAA Division I Varsity Sports • BIG EAST Conference • Intramurals and Club Sports: 25+ • Student organizations: 130+ • Greek Societies: 22 * Bloomberg Businessweek ranks the Stillman School of Business #10 for “Return on Investment” among private business schools and #75 overall. The School is ranked above several well-known schools including New York University, Notre Dame, Carnegie Mellon and Boston University. 70 | Seton Hall Men’s Basketball


Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban University President

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r. A. Gabriel Esteban was appointed 20th president of Seton Hall University in January 2011, after serving as interim president for six months. He has charged the University¹s more than 900 faculty and 1,800 employees and nearly 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students to aspire to excellence in scholarship and service and is committed to the institution’s 155-year Catholic mission. Starting in 2007, Esteban was provost and chief academic officer of Seton Hall. In that office, he oversaw eight colleges and schools, University libraries and enrollment services. He has spearheaded the University’s strategic planning and campus master plan initiatives, collaborated with faculty and academic leaders on enhancing and adding undergraduate and graduate programs, establishing academic priorities and strengthening the centrality of academics at Seton Hall. He has also led the strategic changes in the enrollment management and financial aid strategies that will position the University through the current economic environment. When he was chief academic officer, Seton Hall won more international faculty fellowships and student scholarships (including the firstever Rhodes Scholarship, as well as numerous Fulbrights) than ever before. Prior to his leadership positions at Seton Hall, Esteban was provost and dean of faculty at The University of Central Arkansas. Dr.

Commission and the Asian Pacific Americans in Higher Education (APAHE), and has been selected to serve on the national task force for Voluntary System for Accountability (VSA) sponsored by American Association of State Colleges and Universities. For the past seven years, he has been an invited speaker and faculty member of the Leadership Development Program for Higher Education offered by Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics held at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, California. He is the first lay president of Seton Hall in a generation and a devoted fan of Pirate athletic programs. He and his wife, Josephine, have a daughter, Ysabella, who is an undergraduate student at the University.

Esteban also served as dean of the College of Business and tenured professor of marketing at the University of Central Arkansas. During that time he served as chairman of the Conway (Arkansas) Area Chamber of Commerce and of the Women’s Shelter for Central Arkansas. He was associate vice president of academic affairs at Arkansas Tech University and an assistant professor at the University of Houston-Victoria. Esteban was also a fulltime instructor at the College of Business Administration of the University of the Philippines. He received a doctorate in administration from the Graduate School of Management of the University of California at Irvine and a master of science in Japanese business studies from Chaminade University in Honolulu. Esteban earned a master of business administration and a bachelor of science in mathematics from the University of the Philippines, Dillman, Quezon City. He also received specialized training in leading transformation and change at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education in

addition to private sector work experience in the Philippines and Japan. Currently, Dr. Esteban is a founding board member and vice chairman of the Asian Pacific Islander American Association of Colleges and Universities, a new national organization established to advocate on behalf of minorityserving institutions that have significant numbers of Asian American and Pacific Islander American students. He is also serving as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Visiting Nurse Association Health Group, a voluntary, nonprofit organization dedicated to the promotion, restoration and maintenance of the health status of individuals and of the New Jersey community. Esteban has served American higher education in a number of national roles, including membership on the Accreditation Review Council of the Higher Learning Commission and work as team chair and consultant-evaluator. He serves as a board member of the Asian American and Pacific Islander Research in Education (CARE) Seton Hall Men’s Basketball | 71


Patrick Lyons Director of Athletics and Recreational Services

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atrick G. Lyons was named Director of Athletics and Recreational Services at Seton Hall University on February 22, 2011. Since his arrival, Lyons has been dedicated in his efforts to implement his vision for Seton Hall’s athletics and recreation department by introducing a number of initiatives designed to enhance the college experience for Seton Hall’s 14 NCAA Division I athletics programs and the student body as a whole. In Lyons’ two full years as Director of Athletics, the Pirate Blue Athletic Fund, Seton Hall’s athletic fundraising vehicle, experienced the most success in its history. Pirate Blue received record contributions in consecutive years to fund critical initiatives to help ensure the Pirates will remain competitive in the BIG EAST conference and at a national level. When Lyons arrived at Seton Hall, he established improvements and upgrades to the Pirates’ athletic and recreation facilities as a primary goal. Thanks in large part to contributions to Pirate Blue and a commitment from the University to make athletics and recreation a priority for the student-body, Seton Hall has begun a large number of those enhancements. Among the most elaborate of the projects is a two-tiered student fitness center that is scheduled to be completed in 2014. With the help of the Pride & Excellence Campaign, a fund raising initiative Lyons launched to support facility enhancements, several other projects have come to fruition. The men’s basketball locker room and women’s basketball coaching suite were each renovated during the 2011-12 academic year. In March 2013, Owen T. Carroll Field, home to Seton Hall’s baseball and soccer programs, received a state-of-the-art LED video scoreboard. Five months later, Seton Hall opened its new training room, a cutting-edge on-site medical facility for student-athletes that features three 14-foot in-ground Hydro Worx tubs. The Charles W. Doehler Academic Center for Excellence opened in November 2013. Renovations modernized, as well as doubled the space dedicated to academic advisement services for student-athletes. Committed to enhancing the student-athlete experience, as well as personal and professional development, Lyons was the driving force behind the introduction of the H.A.L.L. (Helping Athletes Learn to be Leaders) Program in 2013. Built on five components (Leadership Development, Student-Athlete Welfare Enhancement, Academic and Athletic Success Initiatives, Community Enrichment, Spiritual Growth), the H.A.L.L. Program’s mission is to serve as the catalyst that transforms high school graduates into student-athlete leaders, and then leaders in the professional world.

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Seton Hall student-athletes have enjoyed tremendous academic success during Lyons’ tenure as well. The cumulative grade point average for studentathletes is currently at an all-time high. In addition, over his two full years at the Hall 330 Seton Hall studentathletes have earned BIG EAST Academic All Star recognition; 159 in 2011-12 (68 percent of student-athlete population) and 171 in 2012-13 (73 percent of studentathlete population). The Pirates have also experienced a number of on field successes since Lyons came to Seton Hall. The men’s basketball team finished the 2011-12 season with a 21-13 overall mark, matching the program’s highest win total since the 2003-04 season and advancing to the second round of the National Invitational Tournament. The baseball team captured the BIG EAST Championship at the conclusion of the 2011 season, the third in program history and first since 2001. The women’s soccer, volleyball and baseball programs all qualified for BIG EAST Championship competition during the 2011-12 season, with the women’s soccer program posting its most successful campaign since 1999. In 2012-13, under first year head coaches, the men’s soccer and softball teams returned to the BIG EAST Championships for the first time since 2007 and 2009, respectively. The Pirates’ baseball team garnered a spot

in the national rankings, rising as high as #19 with 37 wins, the most since 2000. Volleyball also recorded a banner year posting its highest win total (18) since 2003. Lyons has instituted a number of new events to help honor both its current and former student-athletes. In addition to the annual SAAC Student-Athlete Awards Banquet, Seton Hall held its first annual Senior Awards Banquet in 2011-12 as a way to recognize its graduating seniors. He also refined annual Seton Hall University Athletics Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony by hosting it in conjunction with a golf tournament at the Fairmount Country Club in Chatham, N.J. Seton Hall’s student-athletes have exhibited success in a number of ways off playing field as well, through community service initiatives and professional development opportunities. The Pirates’ community outreach programs demonstrated outstanding involvement from every varsity program in the last two years, as Seton Hall’s student-athletes participated in an array of activities to benefit the community. Seton Hall also instituted an Annual Student-Athlete Leadership Forum, providing its student-athletes with a chance to learn from and meet speakers from across the sports landscape. Lyons arrived at Seton Hall after spending seven years as Iona College’s Director of Athletics,

establishing its department as one of the top programs in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. He was the chief administrator for the Gaels’ 21 NCAA Division I athletics programs. Lyons’ student-athlete centered vision was incorporated into several initiatives at Iona. Working closely with the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), Lyons emphasized a community service element for all of Iona’s 400+ student-athletes and also displayed a deep commitment to student-athlete development and academic standards through additional support services and facilities in both the compliance and academic services offices. Under Lyons, the Iona athletics department saw unprecedented growth and success both on and off the fields of play. Lyons also made his mark at Iona in fundraising and improvements made to athletics facilities. The Iona Gaels Capital Improvements Fund was created by Lyons as the first capital fundraising effort in the department’s history. Before elevating to Director of Athletics at Iona, Lyons was the Associate Athletic Director for External Affairs. In that role, he was responsible for all revenue generation by the athletics department with primary oversight of the department’s fundraising arm - The Goal Club. Prior to that role, Lyons served as Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance. As a coach, Lyons led the Iona golf team to its most successful four-year span. At the helm of the Gaels from 1998-02, he directed the squad to three MAAC Championships and earned a berth in the NCAA Golf Championship in each of his three full seasons. A native of Providence, R.I., Lyons was a two-sport standout in hockey and golf. One of the most prolific scorers in school history, Lyons tallied 80 goals and 90 assists during his 86-game career and led all of NCAA Division I hockey in goals per game during the 1995-96 season. He captained the golf team during his junior and senior seasons and in 1996, received the Joseph O’Connell award, given annually to Iona’s most outstanding student-athlete. In 1999, Lyons earned his master’s degree in teaching from Iona and earned an MBA from the Hagan School of Business in 2004. Lyons has also served as an adjunct professor in both the Biology department at Iona and the Sports Business Management program at Manhattanville College. Lyons is married to the former Rachel Cintolo, DNP, who is a member of the faculty at Rutgers University.


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Kimberly KEENAN-KIRKPATRICK

DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS • SIXTH SEASON ST. JOHN’S UNIVERSITY ‘94

SENIOR ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR/S.W.A. SEVENTH SEASON • KENT STATE ‘89

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ith nearly two decades of professional and intercollegiate athletic experience to his credit, Duane Bailey has continued to build upon the long-standing tradition of excellence at Seton Hall University as the Deputy Director of Athletics. Bailey is currently responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of many aspects of the athletic department. This includes the overall management of the department’s budget operations encompassing financial reporting, long-term and capital planning, forecasting, contract administration, internal controls, and business operations systems. In addition to financial management responsibilities, Bailey oversees the department’s human resources, facilities operations, equipment services, information technology, summer camp programs, and merchandise licensing as well as serves as sports administrator to the women’s volleyball, and the women’s and men’s golf programs. A long-time supporter of the US Olympic and National team efforts Bailey serves on the board of directors for US Lacrosse, and USA Bobsled and Skeleton Federation, the national governing bodies for men’s and women’s lacrosse, bobsled and skeleton in the United States. He is also a member of the US Tennis Associations’ Collegiate Varsity Committee. All three of these organizations ultimately decide policy and make decisions regarding the overall operations and strategy of their respective sports within the United States. In 2011 Bailey served as the tournament manager for the NCAA men’s basketball east regional’s hosted by Seton Hall at the Newark Prudential Center. Bailey oversaw all logistical operations of this successful event which brought in nearly 37 thousand fans over a two day period. Prior to his arrival at Seton Hall, Bailey served as associate commissioner and chief financial officer for the Atlantic 10 Conference where he was responsible for overseeing all of the conference’s budget operations, financial reporting, information technology, and human resources activities, as well as the coordination of licensing, merchandising, marketing and branding of both the conference and the Atlantic 10 men’s basketball tournament. Bailey began his professional career in the National Football League offices, where he was a management council - labor operations analyst. With the NFL, his work dealt primarily with compliance management of the league’s salary cap, tracking, forecasting, and analysis of rookie pool and free agency movement, as well as

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analysis and valuation of player contracts. Many of the relational databases designed by Bailey to monitor individual team’s salary cap activities are still in use by the league office today. After four years with the NFL, he moved on to the Kansas City Chiefs, where he served as manager of player compensation. In his five years with the Chiefs his primary duties included salary cap management, contract negotiations, forecasting, strategic planning, and coordinating the clubs compliance with the NFL’s collective bargaining agreement. Throughout his tenure in Kansas City the Chiefs were routinely among best teams in managing the nuances of the NFL’s salary cap. During the span of his career Bailey has served as an adjunct professor of sports management at Adelphi University and has also held various finance, public relations, and marketing positions with the United States Tennis Association, the New York Mets, Cablevision Systems Corporation, and CA Technologies. A 1994 graduate of St. John’s University with a degree in finance, Bailey also received a master’s degree in athletic administration from Adelphi University, and a MBA in management and administration from C.W. Post, Long Island University.

ssociate Athletics Director for Compliance Kim Keenan-Kirkpatrick is entering her seventh year with the Seton Hall athletics department. Keenan-Kirkpatrick currently oversees the education and monitoring of compliance issues for all 14 of Seton Hall’s intercollegiate athletics programs. A former attorney, she is well versed of the NCAA’s rules and regulations and ensures that all coaches remain conscious of the ever-changing guidelines in college athletics. Prior to joining Seton Hall in 2006, KeenanKirkpatrick was the associate athletics director and senior women’s administrator at Lafayette College for four years. She served in the same capacities at Kutztown University from 1996-2002. Before joining the Golden Bears, Keenan-Kirkpatrick spent a few years as an attorney, and also served as Drew University’s business manager and cross country head coach. A track and field standout prior to her graduation from Kent State in 1989, she earned the Mid-America Conference’s Bob James Memorial Post-Graduate Scholarship and placed second in the 5,000-meter run at the MAC Indoor Championships her senior year. Keenan-Kirkpatrick’s reputation as an elite track and field representative was proven later in her career as she served as an assistant coach on the U.S. Track & Field team for the 2005 World Championships, and most recently, the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China. In both instances, and in many others, she worked specifically with America’s distance runners. Currently, Keenan-Kirkpatrick serves as the program administrator for Seton Hall’s women’s basketball, women’s soccer, tennis and cross country programs. She received her law degree from Seton Hall in 1993. Keenan-Kirkpatrick and her husband Brian have two daughters, Libbie and Madison, and currently reside in Pittstown, N.J..

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Bryan FELT ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR/ DEVELOPMENT & EXTERNAL AFFAIRS 13TH SEASON SETON HALL UNIVERSITY ‘97

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ryan Felt serves as the Associate Athletic Director of Development and External Affairs. In his role with Seton Hall, Felt oversees all athletic fundraising, while also serving as the Executive Director of the Pirate Blue Athletic Fund. Pirate Blue provides vital support to the advancement of Seton Hall’s athletic programs and student-athletes. Felt joined Seton Hall in December, 2001 as Associate Director of the University Annual Fund. He later became Director of the Annual Fund office before being promoted to Executive Director of Pirate Blue in September, 2004. Prior to coming to Seton Hall, Felt worked as a field producer for CNN where he covered the September 11th attacks in New York City. Prior to that, he was an Associate Producer for NBC News in the Special Reports division, producing coverage for several large events, ranging from political debates and national political conventions. He began his career in broadcast television working for MSNBC as a Production Assistant on the Big Show with Keith Olbermann. Felt holds a B.A. in Communication and M.A. in Corporate and Public Communication from Seton Hall University. A New Jersey native, Felt currently resides in New Providence, N.J., with his wife, Tara, and their three children, Tyler, Kyle and Kelsey.

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Matt GEIBEL

Kevin SPONZO

DIRECTOR/ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES 18th SEASON SETON HALL UNIVERSITY ‘93

ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR/ FACILITIES & OPERATIONS 13TH SEASON • WALSH UNIVERSITY ‘92

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att Geibel, now in his 18th year as part of the Seton Hall academic support staff, was promoted to Director of Academic Support Services during the summer of 2004 after serving as the Acting Director of the department for the 2004 spring semester. Geibel is responsible for the academic services for the entire Seton Hall varsity athletics program, and he oversees a staff of four academic advisors and countless tutors who work to ensure that each Pirate student-athlete achieves the best educational experience. A graduate of Seton Hall, Geibel has worked at his alma mater in various positions since 1993. Prior to assuming his duties as Acting Director for Academic Support Services in the spring of 2004, Geibel served as the Associate Director of the department for eight years. He began his work in the department as a graduate assistant from 1993-96. Since joining the Academic Support Services staff, Geibel has also worked as an Adjunct Professor in both the Stillman School of Business and the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science from 1994 to the present. From 1996 to 1999, he served as a mentor in the Office of Freshman Studies. Geibel graduated from Seton Hall in 1993 with a bachelor of arts degree in economics. A member of the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics, he earned a master’s degree in business administration from Seton Hall in 1995. The recipient of the 2001 Most Valuable Pirate Award, an honor presented annually to the athletic department member who best embodies the spirit of commitment and dedication to Seton Hall Athletics, Geibel resides in Edison, N.J.

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eton Hall’s Associate Athletics Director for Facilities & Operations, Kevin Sponzo is currently entering his 15th year with the Pirates’ athletics department having started in October of 1998 as an assistant to the director for facilities & operations. In his current position, Sponzo is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Richie Regan Athletic Recreation Center, overseeing facilities, operations, game management, equipment, capital projects, and construction. Additionally, Sponzo is the sport administrator for baseball, where he oversees the coaching staff, scheduling, discipline, budgets, and conference and NCAA Championship travel. Throughout his time with Seton Hall, Sponzo has been the main contact for the renovations to Owen T. Carroll Field, student fitness center, women’s basketball suite, Walsh lobby, and the new Jack and Charlotte Lavery Coaching Center. Prior to joining Seton Hall, Sponzo worked at Misericordia University for seven years as a senior admissions counselor, while also spending time as an assistant baseball and basketball coach for the Cougars. During the seven seasons, he helped take the baseball team to three Pennsylvania Athletic Conference playoff berths as well as a runner-up finish, and the basketball team to one conference tournament appearance. Sponzo graduated from Walsh University in 1992 with a BS in Physical Education. During his four years as an undergrad, Sponzo enjoyed much success as an outfielder for the baseball team. In 1991, he helped Walsh capture the Mid-Ohio Conference Championship. Following his undergraduate degree, Sponzo enrolled in Springfield College earning a master’s in athletic administration in 1993. Sponzo and his wife Jennifer, a field hockey head coach at Hunterdon Central High School, reside in Hunterdon County with their two daughters Jordan and Joceyln and son Brady.


ATHLETIC FUND

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he Pirate Blue Athletic Fund directly supports the Seton Hall Athletic Department and its 200+ student-athletes. Through a series of dynamic events throughout the calendar year and via a number of innovative initiatives such as the highly successful “Donor Matching Day,” Pirate Blue continues to actively engage the most dedicated Pirate fans while further promoting the sense of community that makes being a Pirate a truly unique experience. Pirate Blue has been at the forefront of the large-scale renovation project recently undertaken by the University, generating the necessary resources to aid in completing projects aimed at honoring the athletic department’s student-athlete centric mission. Through the Pride & Excellence campaign, several significant developments have already reached completion and many more are already in progress; a testament to a department-wide commitment to enriching the student-athlete experience.

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Founded in 1985 by Pirate legend Richie Regan ‘53 Over 2,000 dedicated donors who bleed Pirate Blue Has set annual fundraising record in two consecutive fiscal years


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tanding at 6’11’’ and nicknamed “Treetop” or “Wally”, Dukes was one of the first big men at Seton Hall and among the School’s all-time greatest. Born in Youngstown, Ohio and raised in Rochester, New York. Dukes found his way to Seton Hall through the efforts of his mother and former All-American Bob Davis, who played in Rochester during the late 1940’s and knew Mrs. Dukes from a tailor shop that Davis frequented. Once at Seton Hall, Dukes matured into an all-around student who belonged to the Business Club, Interracial council, Philosophy Circle, Marketing Club, Student Council Delegate, Insurance Club and Spanish Club all while playing basketball on the varsity team from 1950-53. During his time on the court, Dukes scored 1,789 total points, which is tied 8th on the all-time Seton Hall list, and set an NCAA season record of 734 rebounds in 1953 - a mark which still stands. Selected as an All-American in 1953, Dukes also won the Haggerty Award for top player in the Metropolitan area and was named MVP of the 1953 National

YR 50-51 51-52 52-53 TOTAL

G 31 26 33 90

FG-FGA 146- 169- 272-574 587-

Invitation Tournament prior to his selection into the Seton Hall Athletic Hall of Fame class of 1973. Teammate John Ligos noted of Dukes and his Seton Hall connection that he was “one of the first nimble big men and a good guy as a teammate.” Dukes’ #5 jersey is permanently retired. Upon finishing his playing career with Seton Hall Dukes teamed up with the world famous Harlem Globetrotters from 1954-55 after receiving a bonus of 3,000 silver dollars from team owner Abe Saperstein. Even though Dukes was selected as a territorial draft choice of the New York Knickerbockers in the first round of the 1953 NBA draft, he did not join the team until 1956. Dukes only lasted a season with the Knicks before playing on the Detroit Pistons and Minneapolis Lakers over his eight year career, which included 10.4 points and 11.3 rebounding averages, earning him NBA All-Star recognition three times. Dukes passed away on March 13, 2001, and will be remembered as one of the great big men in college history, a champion and a huge monument in Seton Hall’s storied past.

walter dukes (1950-53) PCT N/A N/A .474 N/A

FT-FTA 112-228 186-280 317-425 615-933

PCT .491 .664 .743 .659

REB-AVG 450-14.5 513-19.7 *734-22.2 1697-18.9

TP-AVG 404-13.0 524-20.2 861-26.1 1789-19.9

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Richie

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nown as the “The Cat” and considered one of the finest playmakers in school history. Regan had been affiliated with Seton Hall basketball program either as a player, coach, administrator and supporter since 1949. Regan began his basketball career as an All-State performer at West Side High School in Newark during the late 1940’s. He enrolled at Seton Hall and became a starter on the varsity team from 195053 and was the team co-captain of the 1952-53 squad, which culminated in his career scoring total of 1,167 points, the third Seton Hall player to score over 1,000 points. After graduation, Regan joined the Marine Corps and played service ball at Parris Island and Quantico before playing professionally for two years with the Rochester Royals (who drafted Regan in the first round) from 1955-57. During his two year NBA stint, Regan averaged 7.8 points per game and earned a spot as captain on the 1956-57 All-Star team. Regan

YR 50-51 51-52 52-53 TOTAL

G 31 28 33 92

FG-FGA 127- 168- 193-469 488-

came back to South Orange during the late 1950s as the freshman coach before taking over the varsity helm in March 1960. Between 1960-70, Regan had a 112-131 coaching record. He also earned a master’s degree from the school prior to becoming the school’s Athletics Director and Executive Director of the Pirate Blue Athletic Fund. Richie Regan was elected to the Seton Hall Athletic Hall of Fame in 1973 and his #12 Jersey has been permanently retired (temporary taken out of retirement from 2000-04) by Seton Hall. As a tribute to his efforts, the field house located inside Walsh Gym was named in honor of Richie and his late wife Sheila. Regan’s second wife Sue (Dilley) Regan was the first head coach of the women’s basketball team from 1973-85. Richie passed away on Dec. 24, 2002, leaving a huge void in the lives of all he met. Regan’s pet phrase, “Go Pirates”, will continue to ring throughout the school’s next 100 years and well beyond, a lasting token of his immense legacy.

RICHIE REGAN (1950-53) PCT N/A N/A .412 N/A

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FT-FTA 65-102 43-76 83-122 191-300

PCT .637 .566 .680 .636

REB-AVG N/A N/A 122-3.8 443

TP-AVG 319-10.3 379-13.4 469-14.2 1167-12.6


RETIRED NUMBERS

3 8 11

Frank “Pep”

Bobby

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eton Hall’s first 1,000-point scorer, Frank Benjamin Saul, known as “Pep,” was one of the top players on the Pirates during the heady 1940’s. Saul played on the 1942-43 team, then served in World War II before returning to captain the team for three years from 1946-49. His 1,011 career points ranks him 32nd all-time at Seton Hall, and he led the team in scoring in ’46-47, ’4748 and ’48-49. He was drafted by the Rochester Royals of the NBA in 1949, and went on to win four NBA titles. Saul was elected into the Seton Hall Athletic Hall of Fame in 1973.

Wanzer nducted into the New York City Basketball Hall of Fame in 1991, Bobby Wanzer was considered by many to be one of the greatest shooters of his era. Wanzer was a standout on the 1946-47 squad, and, along with Pep Saul, led the Pirates to a 24-3 mark. Wanzer went on to a superb NBA career with the Rochester Royals, playing in five all-star games, earning All-League honors three times and being named MVP in 1953.

DAVIES

ob Davies was simply one of the greatest basketball players of his time, and at Seton Hall from 1939-42 he became a genuine star. Half showman, half clutch performer, he was an All-American who captured the imagination of more than just the fans of the era – legendary Hall of Fame basketball coach Clair Bee was inspired enough by Davies’ play in the 1941 NIT to base his 25-volume Chip Hilton sports literature series on him. Davies was ahead of his time and was often cited as the innovator of the behindthe-back dribble. Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1970 after a superb professional career, Davies led Seton Hall to a three-year record of 55-5 as a member of the renowned “Wonder Five”.

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RETIRED NUMBERS

24 34 44

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eton Hall’s all-time leading scorer, Terry Dehere became the first Pirate to have his number retired while an active player. Dehere led the Pirates in scoring all four seasons he played at Seton Hall (1989-93). He propelled the Pirates to three NCAA Tournament appearances in four years, including a trip to the West Regional Final in 1991. SHU also won two BIG EAST Tournament and regular season titles during Dehere’s career. As a senior, he was a consensus All-American, was named BIG EAST Player of the Year and MVP of the league tournament. In four seasons, Dehere scored 2,494 points, averaging 19.5 per game. He played for five seasons in the NBA with the Los Angeles Clippers, Sacramento Kings and Vancouver Grizzlies.

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lenn Mosley was one of the best big men ever to play at Seton Hall. He averaged 17.4 points in his career, and currently stands 15th on Seton Hall’s all-time scoring list with 1,441 points. He is also second on Seton Hall’s all-time rebounding list with 1,263, and his 15.2 rebound per game average ranks as one of the all-time best career marks in NCAA history. Mosley led the NCAA in rebounding as a senior in 1976-77 with 16.3 boards per game. He was a first-round draft choice of the Philadelphia 76ers.

werkman ick Werkman was one of the most prolific scorers ever to play college hoops. He ranks second all-time at Seton Hall, but he scored his 2,273 points in just three seasons, averaging a jaw-dropping 32.0 points per game from 196164. “Nick the Quick” averaged 14.6 rebounds as well and when he graduated he held 25 individual SHU records. He was a two-time All-American and in 1962-63 led the nation in scoring with a 29.5 average. Ironically, it was his lowest average of his career. In 1961-62 he poured in 33.0 points per game, and as a senior in 1963-64, he averaged 33.2.


3/17-3/19 Opening rounds in Tuscon, Ariz.

Defeated SW Missouri 60-51 behind 27 points from John Morton Daryll Walker’s 16 points and 10 rebounds guide SHU past Evansville in 87-73 victory.

25th Anniversary: Seton Hall’s Run to the 1989 Final Four 3/23-3/25 Regional Finals in Denver, Colo.

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3/31 – Thousands pack into the Kingdome to watch the Pirates participate in an open practice prior to the national semifinal 4/1 – Four Seton Hall starters score in double figures and Ramon Ramos adds nine points and 12 rebounds as SHU overpowers Duke, 95-78 4/2 - Head coach PJ Carlesimo named National Coach of the Year 4/3 – John Morton pours in 35 points; Walker records third double-double of tournament as SHU is edged in overtime in one of the most thrilling finals in tournament history 82 | Seton Hall Men’s Basketball


1988 TOURNAMENT

1988 NCAA West Region First Round (8) SETON HALL 80, (9) TEXAS-EL PASO 64 March 18, 1988 — Los Angeles, CA Texas-El Paso

Sandle 8-15 11-13 28, Stallworth 1-8 0-0 3, Campbell 4-7 1-2 9, Stewart 2-4 0-0 5, Hardaway 6-13, 0-1 12, Williams 2-2 2-2 7, McCall 0-0 0-1 0, Baykin 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 23-49 14-19 64.

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Salley 1-4 1-2 3, Bryant 13-18 4-5 30, Ramos 2-4 1-1 5, Morton 3-4 12-12 18, Greene 3-4 2-3 8, Major 3-8 0-0 7, Cooper 3-5 1-2 7, Wigington 0-2 0-0 0, Walker 1-6 0-0 2, Katsikis 0-0 0-0 0, Volcy 0-1 0-2 0, Long 0-0 0-0 0, Rebimbas 0-2 0-0 0, Totals 29-58 2127 80. Halftime - SHU 29, UTEP 25. 3-point FG - UTEP 4-9 (Sandle 1-2, Stallworth 1-3, Stewart 1-2, Hardaway 0-1, Williams 1-1), SHU 1-3 (Major 1-1, Rebimbas 0-2). Fouled out - UTEP (Stallworth, Campbell). Rebounds - UTEP 23 (Campbell 8), SHU 39 (Bryant 12). Assists - UTEP 9 (Hardaway 4), SHU 15 (Morton 7). Total Fouls - UTEP 24, SHU 20. Attendance - 10,741.

1988 NCAA West Region Second Round (1) ARIZONA 84, (8) SETON HALL 55 March 20, 1988 — Los Angeles, CA Seton Hall

Salley 6-7 0-1 12, Bryant 4-11 3-3 11, Ramos 0-2 0-0 0, Greene 1-3 0-1 2, Morton 7-14 2-2 16, Cooper 1-1 0-0 2, Walker 1-1 0-0 2, Major 3-10 0-0 7, Volcy 1-2 1-1 3, Katsikis 0-2 0-0 0, Wigington 0-0 0-0 0, Rebimbas 0-0 0-0 0, Long 0-1 0-0 0, Totals 24-54 6-7 55.

Arizona

Cook 6-9 8-11 20, Elliott 7-14 3-3 19, Tolbert 5-12 3-3 13, McMillan 1-3 0-1 2, Kerr 3-9 6-7 13, Turner 2-3 0-0 4, Mason 1-2 1-2 3, Buechler 2-2 0-0 4, Lofton 2-2 0-1 4, Muehlebach 0-1 0-0 0, Bergman 1-1 0-0 2, Totals 30-58 21-28 84. Halftime - UA 45, SHU 25. 3-point FG - SHU 1-11 (Greene 0-1, Morton 0-2, Major 1-6, Katsikis 0-2), UA 3-8 (Elliott 2-3, McMillan 0-1, Kerr 1-4). Fouled out - none. Rebounds - SHU 25 (Bryant 7, Ramos 7), UA 33 (Cook 6). Assists - SHU 7 (Greene 2, Morton 2, Wigington 2), UA 14 (Elliott 3, McMillan 3, Kerr 3, Buechler 3). Total Fouls - SHU 21, UA 7.

1987-88 ROSTER Player Pos. Hgt. Cl. PPG Mark Bryant F 6-9 Sr. 20.5 John Morton G 6-3 Jr. 12.8 James Major G 5-11 Sr. 10.5 Ramon Ramos C 6-8 Jr. 9.6 Martin Salley F 6-4 Sr. 5.9 Nick Katsikis F 6-5 So. 5.3 Daryll Walker F 6-8 Jr. 5.2 Michael Cooper F 6-5 So. 4.5 Gerald Greene G 6-1 Jr. 3.0 Frantz Volcy F 6-8 So. 2.1 Quinn Smith G 6-0 Fr. 2.0 Pookey Wigington G 5-4 Jr. 1.7 Jose Rebimbas G 6-0 So. 1.0 Khyiem Long F 6-7 Jr. 0.9

Head Coach P.J. Carlesimo

NCAA SECOND ROUND Record:

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Awards/Honors:

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1989 NCAA West Region First Round (3) SETON HALL 60, (14) SW MISSOURI STATE 51 March 17, 1989 — Tucson, AZ Southwest Missouri State

Stange 1-2 0-0 2, Henderson 6-12 6-9 18, Stuckey 1-8 3-6 5, Lewis 4-10 1-2 9, Jackson 3-6 0-2 6, Campbell 2-3 3-3 7, Davis 2-2 0-0 4, Brown 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 19-43 13-22 51.

Seton Hall

Gaze 3-4 2-2 9, Walker 3-6 0-0 6, Ramos 1-6 0-0 2, Greene 1-3 5-7 7, Morton 9-18 5-5 26, Cooper 0-2 0-0 0, Avent 0-1 0-0 0, Volcy 3-4 2-2 8, Wigington 1-1 0-0 2, Totals 21-45 14-16 60. Halftime - SHU 30, SWM 23. 3-point FG - SWM 0-4 (Lewis 0-3, Jackson 0-1), SHU 4-8 (Gaze 1-2, Morton 3-6). Fouled out SWM (Stuckey). Rebounds - SWM 24 (Henderson 6), SHU 28 (Walker 6). Assists - SWM 8 (Lewis 5), SHU 12 (Gaze 4). Total Fouls - SWM 20, SHU 19. Attendance - 12,787.

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1989 NCAA West Region Second Round (3) SETON HALL 87, (11) EVANSVILLE 73 March 19, 1989 — Tucson, AZ Evansville

Haffner 6-17 4-4 20, Hill 2-4 6-6 10, Godfread 5-7 1-4 11, Crafton 5-12 3-4 17, Shreffler 5-14 2-2 15, Blab 0-0 0-0 0, Bomba 0-2 0-0 0, Mack 0-0 0-0 0, Jones 0-1 0-0 0, Donald 0-0 0-0 0, Morning 0-0 0-0 0, Brand 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 23-59 16-20 73.

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Gaze 6-10 0-0 15, Walker 8-9 0-0 16, Ramos 1-4 3-4 5, Morton 3-8 10-16 17, Greene 4-11 2-2 10, Avent 1-6 2-2 4, Volcy 3-3 0-0 6, Cooper 3-3 1-2 7, Wigington 3-5 0-0 7, Monteserin 0-0 0-0 0, Katsikis 0-0 0-0 0, Crowley 0-0 0-0 0, Rebimbas 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 32-59 18-26 87. Halftime - SHU 49, UE 41. 3-point FG - UE 11-28 (Haffner 4-10, Crafton 4-10, Shreffler 3-7, Jones 0-1), SHU 5-13 (Gaze 3-6, Morton 1-1, Greene 0-4, Wigington 1-2). Fouled out - UE (Shreffler), SHU (Walker). Rebounds - UE 26 (Godfread 6), SHU 41 (Walker 10, Ramos 10). Assists - UE 15 (Crafton 7), SHU 19 (Greene 5, Wigington 5). Total Fouls - UE 19, SHU 18. Attendance - 13,391.

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1989 NCAA West Regional Semifinal (3) SETON HALL 78, (2) INDIANA 65 March 23, 1989 — Denver, CO Seton Hall

Gaze 6-12 0-0 16, Walker 4-9 1-2 9, Ramos 5-12 2-3 12, Greene 3-6 7-8 15, Morton 4-12 8-9 17, Volcy 1-4 2-4 4, Cooper 1-3 0-0 2, Wigington 0-0 0-1 0, Avent 0-2 0-0 0, Katsikis 1-1 0-0 3, Crawley 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 25-61 20-27 78.

Indiana

Edwards 4-11 9-10 18, Anderson 4-5 5-6 13, Jadlow 1-5 4-6 6, Jones 1-7 2-2 4, Hillman 4-13 3-4 12, Sloan 1-1 1-2 3, Meeks 2-2 0-0 4, Smith 0-0 3-4 3, Robinson 0-1 0-1 0, White 1-1 0-2 2, D’Aloisio 0-0 0-0 0, Pelkowski 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 18-46 27-37 65. Halftime - SHU 42, IU 33. 3-point FG - SHU 8-14 (Gaze 4-7, Greene 2-4, Morton 1-2, Katsikis 1-1), IU 2-7 (Edwards 1-5, Hillman 1-2). Fouled out - IU (Edwards, Jones). Rebounds - SHU 42 (Walker 10), IU 35 (Anderson 6). Assists - SHU 14 (Greene 4), IU (Jones 3, Hillman 3). Total Fouls - SHU 26, IU 24. Attendance - 16,813.

1989 NCAA West Regional Final (3) SETON HALL 84, (4) UNLV 61 March 25, 1989 — Denver, CO UNLV

Augmon 4-12 0-2 8, Scurry 2-5 2-3 6, Butler 6-15 3-5 15, Hunt 1-12 5-6 7, Anthony 5-15 1-2 16, Rossum 1-4 0-0 2, Ackles 1-3 0-1 2, Young 1-6 0-0 3, Jones 0-0 0-0 0, Cvijanovich 1-1 0-0 2, Totals 22-73 11-19 61.

Seton Hall

Gaze 6-9 4-6 19, Walker 5-9 2-4 12, Ramos 0-2 0-0 0, Greene 3-4 3-5 9, Morton 2-11 2-5 6, Cooper 5-7 0-0 10, Avent 3-5 5-6 11, Volcy 4-8 1-2 9, Wigington 0-0 3-4 3, Katsikis 1-1 0-0 3, Rebimbas 1-1 0-0 2, Crowley 0-1 0-0 0, Monteserin 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 30-58 20-32 84. Halftime - SHU 34, UNLV 30. 3-point FG - UNLV 6-21 (Hunt 0-5, Anthony 5-10, Rossum 0-3, Young 1-3), SHU 4-11 (Gaze 3-6, Morton 0-3, Katsikis 1-1, Crowley 0-1). Fouled out - UNLV (Anthony). Rebounds - UNLV 41 (Scurry 14), SHU 52 (Walker 15). Assists - UNLV 11 (Anthony 4), SHU 12 (Greene 3). Total Fouls - UNLV 22, SHU 17. Attendance - 16,813.

1989 NCAA Final Four Semifinal (3) SETON HALL 95, (2) DUKE 78 April 1, 1989 — Seattle, WA Seton Hall

Gaze 7-14 2-2 20, Walker 6-9 7-7 19, Ramos 3-8 3-3 9, Greene 5-9 6-6 17, Morton 4-8 5-6 13, Cooper 3-4 0-0 6, Avent 3-4 0-0 6, Volcy 1-2 0-1 2, Katsikis 1-1 0-1 3, Wigington 0-0 0-1 0, Rebimbas 0-1 0-0 0, Long 0-1 0-0 0, Crowley 0-1 0-0 0, Monteserin 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 33-61 23-27 95.

Duke

Brickey 0-3 2-2 2, Ferry 13-29 7-11 34, Laettner 4-5 5-7 13, Henderson 4-16 5-6 13, Snyder 3-10 0-0 8, Smith 1-4 3-4 6, Abdelnaby 0-0 0-0 0, Koubek 0-3 0-0 0, Davis 1-2 0-2 2, Buckley 0-0 0-0 0, Palmer 0-0 0-0 0, Burgin 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 26-72 22-32 78. Halftime - DU 38, SHU 33. 3-point FG - SHU 6-12 (Gaze 4-9, Greene 1-1 Morton 0-1, Katsikis 1-1), DU 4-16 (Ferry 1-5, Henderson 0-1, Snyder 2-5, Smith 1-3). Fouled out - DU (Laettner, Snyder). Rebounds - SHU 40 (Ramos 12), DU 43 (Ferry 10). Assists - SHU 16 (Greene 8), DU 15 (Henderson 5). Total Fouls - SHU 23, DU 25.

1989 NCAA Championship Game (3) MICHIGAN 80, (3) SETON HALL 79 - OT April 3, 1989 — Seattle, WA Michigan

Rice 12-25 2-2 31, Mills 4-8 0-0 8, Vaught 4-8 0-0 8, Griffin (0-0 0-0 0, Robinson 6-13 9-10 21, Higgins 3-10 3-4 10, Hughes 1-1 0-0 2, Calip 0-2 0-0 0, Totals 30-67 14-16 80.

Seton Hall

Gaze 1-5 2-2 5, Walker 5-9 3-4 13, Ramos 4-9 1-1 9, Greene 5-13 1-3 13, Morton 11-26 9-10 35, Cooper 0-0 0-0 0, Avent 1-2 0-0 2, Volcy 0-0 0-2 0, Wigington 1-1 0-0 2, Totals 28-65 16-22 79. Halftime - UM 37, SHU 32. 3-point FG - UM 6-16 (Rice 5-12, Higgins 1-4), SHU 7-23 (Gaze 1-5, Walker 0-1, Greene 2-5, Morton 4-12). Fouled out - none. Rebounds - UM 45 (Rice 11), SHU 36 (Walker 11). Assists - UM 19 (Robinson 11), SHU 14 (Greene 5). Total Fouls UM 20, SHU 17. Attendance - 39,187.

ROSTER Player Pos. Hgt. Cl. PPG John Morton G 6-3 Sr. 17.3 Andrew Gaze F 6-7 Jr. 13.6 Ramon Ramos C 6-8 Sr. 11.9 Daryll Walker F 6-8 Sr. 11.5 Gerald Greene G 6-1 Sr. 9.1 Frantz Volcy F 6-8 Jr. 5.2 Michael Cooper F 6-5 Jr. 4.8 Anthony Avent F 6-9 So. 4.4 Khyiem Long F 6-7 Sr. 2.3 Pookey Wigington G 5-4 Sr. 1.8 Nick Katsikis F 6-5 Jr. 1.6 Trevor Crowley G 6-4 Jr. 1.2 Rene Monteserin G 6-0 Fr. 0.5 Jose Rebimbas G 6-0 Jr. 0.3

NCAA RUNNER-UP WEST REGION CHAMPIONS Record:

31-7

Awards/Honors:

P.J. Carlesimo Ramon Ramos John Morton Andrew Gaze

BIG EAST Coach of the Year BIG EAST S-A of the Year BIG EAST First Team BIG EAST All-Tournament Haggerty Award Winner BIG EAST Third Team BIG EAST All-Tournament BIG EAST Third Team

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1991 TOURNAMENT 1991 NCAA West Region First Round (3) SETON HALL 71, (14) PEPPERDINE 51 March 14, 1991 — Salt Lake City, UT Pepperdine

Jones 5-8 0-0 10, Lear 5-10 4-9 14, Noether 0-1 0-0 0, Lopez 2-6 0-0 6, Welch 3-10 2-2 10, Guild 2-8 0-0 5, Clover 0-0 0-0 0, Sanders 1-1 0-0 3, Manu 0-4 3-4 3, Totals 18-48 9-15 51.

Seton Hall

Winchester 1-2 2-4 4, Karnisovas 3-6 0-0 8, Avent 6-9 1-1 13, Taylor 3-7 0-0 7, Dehere 9-17 4-5 26, Caver 2-4 0-0 5, Crist 0-0 0-0 0, Walker 2-2 4-6 8, Barnea 0-1 0-0 0, Davis 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 26-48 11-16 71.

1990-91

Halftime - SHU 32, PU 25. 3-point FG - PU 6-17 (Lopez 2-6, Welch 2-6, Guild 1-4, Sanders 1-1), SHU 8-15 (Karnisovas 2-4, Taylor 1-2, Dehere 4-8, Caver 1-1). Fouled out - none. Rebounds - PU 30 (Jones 9), SHU 24 (Winchester 4, Karnisovas 4, Avent 4, Dehere 4). Assists - PU 14 (Jones 5), SHU 14 (Winchester 4). Total Fouls - UM 14, SHU 16. Attendance - 12,109.

1991 NCAA West Region Second Round (3) SETON HALL 81, (11) CREIGHTON 69 March 16, 1991 — Salt Lake City, UT Creighton

Harstad 6-16 1-3 13, Plautz 2-8 2-2 7, Gallagher 8-16 0-0 17, Petty 3-9 0-0 9, Cole 2-3 2-2 7, Williams 0-0 0-0 0, Eisner 2-3 0-0 6, Wrightsell 3-8 3-4 10, O’Dowd 0-0 0-0 0, Rodgers 0-1 0-0 0, Totals 26-64 8-11 69.

Seton Hall

Winchester 6-9 0-0 12, Karnisovas 1-3 4-4 6, Avent 7-15 3-6 17, Taylor 4-7 0-0 9, Dehere 12-18 0-1 28, Caver 2-3 3-6 7, Crist 2-3 3-6 7, Walker 0-3 2-2 2, Barnea 0-0 0-0 0, Davis 0-1 0-0 0, Totals 32-59 12-20 81. Halftime - CU 32, SHU 31. 3-point FG - CU 9-21 (Plautz 1-5, Gallagher 1-2, Petty 3-7, Cole 1-2, Eisner 2-3, Wrightsell 1-2), SHU 5-13 (Karnisovas 0-2, Taylor 1-3, Dehere 4-7, Caver 0-1). Fouled out - none. Rebounds - CU 35 (Gallagher 12), SHU 37 (Avent 11). Assists - CU 20 (Wrightsell 9), SHU 19 (Winchester 4, Karnisovas 4). Total Fouls - CU 19, SHU 15. Attendance 14,869.

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1991 NCAA West Regional Semifinal (3) SETON HALL 81, (2) ARIZONA 77 March 21, 1991 — Seattle, WA Seton Hall

Winchester 5-8 1-2 11, Karnisovas 4-8 0-0 11, Avent 6-13 3-6 15, Taylor 1-5 4-4 6, Dehere 8-14 10-11 28, Caver 2-4 1-2 5, Walker 2-4 1-2 5, Davis 0-0 0-0 0, Barnea 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 2856 20-27 81.

Arizona

Williams 8-14 5-5 21, Mills 9-12 0-0 20, Rooks 5-13 2-2 12, Othick 4-9 1-2 11, Muehlebach 1-3 1-2 4, Reeves 1-5 1-2 4, Womack 1-1 1-3 3, Stokes 1-4 0-0 2, Totals 30-61 11-16 77. Halftime - SHU 37, UA 37. 3-point FG - SHU 5-13 (Karnisovas 3-4, Taylor 0-1, Dehere 2-8), UA 6-13 (Mills 2-3, Othick 2-6, Muehlebach 1-1, Reeves 1-3). Fouled out - UA (Muehlebach). Rebounds - SHU 32 (Winchester 6, Dehere 6), UA 32 (Williams 10). Assists - SHU 11 (Caver 6), UA 15 (Muehlebach 5). Total Fouls - SHU 19, UA 20.

1991 NCAA West Regional Final (1) UNLV 77, (3) SETON HALL 65 March 23, 1991 — Seattle, WA Seton Hall

Winchester 3-6 2-3 8, Karnisovas 2-6 2-2 8, Avent 5-10 3-4 13, Taylor 3-11 2-2 9, Dehere 5-15 3-3 15, Walker 3-4 1-2 7, Crist 1-1 0-0 3, Caver 1-5 0-0 2, Davis 0-0 0-0 0, Barnea 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 23-58 13-16 65.

UNLV

Johnson 13-19 2-4 30, Augmon 6-10 0-1 13, Ackles 3-6 0-0 6, Hunt 5-16 0-1 13, Anthony 3-8 0-0 6, Gray 1-2 2-2 4, Spencer 0-1 3-4 3, Waldman 0-0 2-2 2, Rice 0-0 0-0 0, Love 0-0 0-0 0, Bice 0-1 0-0 0, Totals 31-63 9-14 77. Halftime - UNLV 39, SHU 36. 3-point FG - SHU 6-14 (Karnisovas 2-3, Taylor 1-4, Dehere 2-5, Crist 1-1, Caver 0-1), UNLV 6-16 (Johnson 2-3, Augmon 1-1, Hunt 3-11, Anthony 0-1). Fouled out - none. Rebounds - SHU 36 (Winchester 8, Avent 8), UNLV 31 (Johnson 6). Assists - SHU 10 (Winchester 2, Avent 2, Taylor 2), UNLV 17 (Anthony 11). Total Fouls - SHU 18, UNLV 15. Attendance - 23,666.

ROSTER Player Pos. Hgt. Cl. PPG Terry Dehere G 6-4 So. 19.8 Anthony Avent F 6-10 Sr. 17.8 Oliver Taylor G 6-0 Sr. 11.0 Gordon Winchester F 6-7 Jr. 7.4 Arturas Karnisovas F 6-8 Fr. 7.3 Jerry Walker F 6-7 So. 6.7 Bryan Caver G 6-3 Fr. 4.6 Marco Lokar G 6-1 So. 3.1 Daryl Crist G 6-1 So. 2.0 Chris Davis F 6-8 Fr. 1.8 Assaf Barnea F 6-8 Fr. 1.4 Jim Dickinson C 7-0 So. --John Leahy F 6-7 Fr. ---

Head Coach P.J. Carlesimo

BIG EAST TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS NCAA ELITE-8 Record:

25-9

Awards/Honors:

Oliver Taylor BIG EAST Tourney MVP Terry Dehere BIG EAST First Team Anthony Avent BIG EAST Second Team BIG EAST All-Tournament Jerry Walker BIG EAST All-Rookie Team All-Met Rookie of the Year Seton Hall Men’s Basketball | 87


1992 TOURNAMENT

1992 NCAA East Region First Round (4) SETON HALL 78, (13) LA SALLE 76 March 19, 1992 — Greensboro, NC La Salle

Hurd 5-13 1-3 13, Holland 3-5 2-2 8, Lieverst 2-6 0-0 4, Woods 11-27 7-8 33, Neubauer 1-2 0-0 3, Kalombo 0-1 0-0 0, Burke 4-6 2-2 12, Wooten 0-3 1-2 1, Schultz 1-2 0-0 2, Totals 27-65 12-17 76.

Seton Hall

Walker 4-4 4-4 12, Winchester 2-4 2-2 6, Karnisovas 2-5 2-2 7, Caver 5-6 0-0 13, Dehere 8-20 6-7 24, Hurley 0-1 0-0 0, Leahy 5-7 0-0 14, Mims 0-1 0-0 0, Wright 1-2 0-0 2, Totals 27-50 14-15 78. Halftime - LU 36, SHU 31. 3-point FG - LU 9-30 (Hurd 2-10, Woods 4-15, Neubauer 1-2, Burke 2-3), SHU 10-24 (Karnisovas 1-4, Caver 3-3, Dehere 2-10, Hurley 0-1, Leahy 4-6). Fouled out - none. Rebounds - LU 30 (Lieverst 8), SHU 34 (Walker 8). Assists - LU 14 (Hurd 4, Woods 4), SHU 17 (Caver 6, DeHere 6). Total Fouls - LU 15, SHU 14.

1992 NCAA East Region Second Round (4) SETON HALL 88, (5) MISSOURI 71 March 21, 1992 — Greensboro, NC Missouri

Coleman 5-9 0-0 28, Warren 1-1 1-2 3, Crudup 7-10 3-3 17, Booker 3-6 0-0 7, Peeler 11-22 2-2 28, R. Smith 1-2 0-0 2, C. Smith 0-0 0-0 0, Frazier 1-4 2-2 4, Frost 0-0 0-0 0, Burns 0-1 0-0 0, Dunham 0-1 0-0 0, Horton 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 29-56 8-9 71.

Seton Hall

Walker 5-8 9-12 19, Karnisovas 3-8 2-2 11, Winchester 3-6 2-2 8, Caver 2-5 5-6 10, Dehere 6-15 7-10 20, Crist 0-0 0-0 0, Hurley 1-2 3-4 5, Dickinson 0-1 0-0 0, Leahy 3-3 2-2 11, Mims 0-0 0-0 0, Wright 2-2 0-0 2, Totals 25-50 30-38 88. Halftime - SHU 36, UM 33. 3-point FG - UM 5-14 (Coleman 0-1, Booker 1-3, Peeler 4-9, R. Smith 0-1), SHU 8-18 (Karnisovas 3-5, Caver 1-3, Dehere 1-6, Hurley 0-1, Leahy 3-3). Fouled out - UM (Warren, Booker). Rebounds - UM 25 (Crudup 6), SHU 33 (Winchester 7). Assists - UM 14 (Peeler 5, R. Smith 5), SHU 17 (Dehere 7). Total Fouls - UM 29, SHU 14. Attendance - 15,800.

1992 NCAA East Regional Semifinal (1) DUKE 81, (4) SETON HALL 69 March 26, 1992 — Philadelphia, PA Seton Hall

Winchester 10-12 0-1 20, Karnisovas 2-4 1-3 5, Walker 5-12 0-2 10, Caver 2-6 2-3 6, Dehere 8-16 5-5 21, Wright 2-5 0-0 4, Leahy 1-3 0-0 3, Hurley 0-4 0-0 0, Mims 0-0 0-0 0, Dickinson 0-0 0-0 0, Crist 0-1 0-0 0, Totals 30-63 8-14 69.

Duke

Lang 4-4 8-10 16, Davis 4-11 7-10 15, Laettner 6-13 2-2 16, Hurley 2-7 0-2 4, Hill 4-8 4-4 13, Hill 5-8 3-3 13, Parks 1-1 0-0 2, Clark 0-0 0-0 0, Meek 0-0 0-0 0, Blakeney 0-0 0-0 0, Ast 1-1 0-0 2, Burt 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 27-53 24-31 81. Halftime - DU 38-32. 3-point FG - SHU 1-7 (Caver 0-1, Dehere 0-2, Leahy 1-3, Hurley 0-1), DU 3-9 (Davis 0-2, Laettner 2-4, Hurley 0-1, Hill 1-2). Fouled out - SHU (Karnisovas). Rebounds - SHU 32 (Winchester 8), DU 34 (Lang 7). Assists - SHU 15 (Dehere 6), DU 14 (Hurley 7). Total Fouls - SHU 20, SU 14. Attendance - 17,878.

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1991-92 ROSTER Player Pos. Hgt. Cl. PPG Terry Dehere G 6-4 Jr. 19.4 Jerry Walker F 6-7 Jr. 13.7 Gordon Winchester F 6-7 Sr. 9.2 Bryan Caver G 6-3 So. 8.6 Arturas Karnisovas F 6-8 So. 8.5 John Leahy F 6-7 So. 7.0 Luther Wright C 7-2 So. 4.8 Danny Hurley G 6-2 Fr. 2.8 Daryl Crist G 6-1 Jr. 2.2 Darrell Mims F 6-8 Jr. 1.6 Jim Dickinson C 7-0 So. 1.3 Carlos Sanchez G 6-2 Jr. 1.0

Head Coach P.J. Carlesimo

BIG EAST REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS NCAA SWEET-16 Record:

23-9

Awards/Honors:

Terry Dehere BIG EAST First Team BIGEASTAll-TournamentTeam All-Met First Team Jerry Walker BIG EAST Second Team All-Met First Team GordonWinchester All-Met Third Team Bryan Caver All-Met Fourth Team


1993 TOURNAMENT

1993 NCAA East Region First Round (2) SETON HALL 81, (15) TENNESSEE STATE 59 March 18, 1993 — Orlando, FL Tennessee State

M. Wilson 3-13 2-2 10, Moore 0-3 2-4 2, Rogers 12-20 0-1 24, Horton 4-14 0-0 9, Jones 0-0 1-2 1, D. Wilson 0-2 0-0 0, Watkins 0-0 0-0 0, Beasley 0-3 0-2 2, Clark 0-1 0-0 0, Gurnell 0-0 0-0 0, Davis 3-7 0-0 8, Ruffin 1-2 1-1 3, Totals 23-65 8-12 59.

Seton Hall

Walker 3-7 2-2 8, Karnisovas 5-12 0-0 13, Wright 3-8 0-0 6, Caver 2-5 1-2 6, Dehere 7-13 4-4 19, Griffin 5-7 2-2 12, Crist 1-3 1-2 4, Hurley 3-5 0-0 9, Duerksen 0-1 0-0 0, Dickinson 0-0 0-0 0, Leahy 1-4 0-0 2, Davis 1-1 0-0 2, Shipp 0-2 0-0 0, Totals 31-68 10-12 81. Halftime - SHU 44, TSU 21. 3-point FG - TSU 5-21 (M. Wilson 2-7, Rogers 0-1, Horton 1-4, D. Wilson 0-1, Beasley 0-2, Clark 0-1, Davis 2-5), SHU 9-17 (Karnisovas 3-4, Caver 1-2, Dehere 1-4, Crist 1-1, Hurley 3-4, Leahy 0-2). Fouled out - none. Rebounds - TSU 43 (M. Wilson 13, Rogers 13), SHU 38 (Wright 7). Assists - TSU 15 (Watkins 5), SHU 17 (Dehere 6). Total Fouls - TSU 14, SHU 17. Attendance - 14,352.

1993 NCAA East Region Second Round (7) WESTERN KENTUCKY 72, (2) SETON HALL 68 March 20, 1993 — Orlando, FL Western Kentucky

Mee 2-9 4-6 9, Brown 1-4 0-0 2, Hall 3-5 1-3 7, Bell 8-17 0-2 20, Horn 5-9 4-4 15, Fraliex 1-2 0-0 2, Glass 1-1 0-0 3, Robinson 1-5 3-4 5, Bunton 3-8 3-4 9, Totals 25-60 15-23 72.

Seton Hall

Walker 6-9 5-6 17, Karnisovas 4-7 0-0 8, Wright 0-1 1-4 1, Caver 0-3 0-1 0, Dehere 9-21 11-13 30, Griffin 1-2 0-0 2, Crist 0-0 0-0 0, Hurley 2-5 2-2 8, Leahy 1-3 0-0 2, Totals 23-51 19-26 68. Halftime - WKU 35, SHU 32. 3-point FG - WKU 7-17 (Mee 1-5, Bell 4-7, Horn 1-1, Fraliex 0-1, Glass 1-1, Robinson 0-2), SHU 3-15 (Karnisovas 0-2, Dehere 1-9, Hurley 2-2, Leahy 0-2). Fouled out - WKU (Robinson), SHU (Walker, Karnisovas, Griffin). Rebounds - WKU 35 (Hall 5), SHU 33 (Walker 9). Assists - WKU 15 (Mee 8), SHU 10 (Dehere 3, Hurley 3). Total Fouls WKU 23, SHU 22. Attendance - 14,410.

1992-93 ROSTER Player Pos. Hgt. Cl. PPG Terry Dehere G 6-4 Sr. 22.0 Arturas Karnisovas F 6-8 Jr. 14.6 Jerry Walker F 6-7 Sr. 12.2 Luther Wright C 7-2 Jr. 9.0 Danny Hurley G 6-2 So. 6.1 John Leahy F 6-7 So. 5.8 Bryan Caver G 6-4 Jr. 4.2 Adrian Griffin F 6-5 Fr. 3.4 Tchaka Shipp F 6-7 Fr. 1.4 Chris Davis F 6-7 So. 1.4 Craig Duerksen G 6-3 Fr. 1.2 Jim Dickinson C 7-1 C 1.0 Daryl Crist G 6-1 Sr. 0.8 Darrell Mims F 6-8 Sr. ---

Head Coach P.J. Carlesimo

BIG EAST TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS NCAA 2ND ROUND Record:

28-7

Awards/Honors:

Terry Dehere All-America First Team BIG EAST Player of the Year BIG EAST First Team Haggerty Award Winner BIG EAST Tourney MVP Jerry Walker BIG EAST Defensive POY BIG EAST Third Team ArturasKarnisovas BIG EAST S-A of the Year BIG EAST Second Team Seton Hall Men’s Basketball | 89


1993-94 ROSTER Player Pos. Hgt. Cl. PPG Arturas Karnisovas F 6-8 Sr. 18.3 Bryan Caver G 6-4 Sr. 12.3 Adrian Griffin F 6-5 So. 9.7 Darrell Mims F 6-8 Sr. 8.0 Dwight Brown G 6-4 Jr. 7.1 John Leahy F 6-7 Jr.. 6.0 Andre Brown G 6-3 Fr. 4.3 Danny Hurley G 6-2 Jr. 3.5 Tchaka Shipp F 6-7 So. 2.9 John Yablonski G 5-10 So. 1.1 Chris Davis F 6-7 Jr. 1.0 Chris Morrison F 6-0 Sr. 0.7

Head Coach P.J. Carlesimo

NCAA FIRST ROUND 1994 TOURNAMENT

1994 NCAA East Region First Round (7) MICHIGAN STATE 84, (10) SETON HALL 73 March 18, 1994 — St. Petersburg, FL Seton Hall

Griffin 3-8 5-6 11, Mims 3-4 0-0 6, Karnisovas 4-7 14-15 23, Caver 6-10 4-5 17, D. Brown 0-2 3-3 3, Leahy 1-1 1-2 4, Davis 1-2 0-0 2, Shipp 2-3 0-0 4, A. Brown 1-7 1-2 3, Totals 21-44 28-33 73.

Michigan State

Beathea 3-6 2-2 9, Brooks 2-7 0-0 4, Miller 5-7 3-6 13, Snow 5-5 4-5 15, Respert 5-15 13-14 25, Weshinskey 5-8 2-2 12, Garavaglia 3-4 0-0 6, Feick 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 28-52 24-29 84. Halftime - MSU 32, SHU 31. 3-point FG - SHU 3-13 (Karnisovas 1-3, Caver 1-4, D. Brown 0-1, Leahy 1-1, A. Brown 0-4), MSU 4-10 (Beathea 1-1, Snow 1-1, Respert 2-8). Fouled out - SHU (Caver, D. Brown). Rebounds - SHU 25 (Karnisovas 10), MSU 27 (Miller 7). Assists - SHU 11 (Griffin 4), MSU 14 (Snow 6). Total Fouls - SHU 24, MSU 20. Attendance - 24,719. 90 | Seton Hall Men’s Basketball

Record:

17-13

Awards/Honors:

ArturasKarnisovas BIG EAST S-A of the Year Academic All-America BIG EAST Second Team Haggerty Award Winner All-Met First Team Bryan Caver All-Met First Team Adrian Griffin All-Met Fourth Team


2000 TOURNAMENT

2000 NCAA East Region First Round (10) SETON HALL 72, (7) OREGON 71 - OT March 17, 2000 — Buffalo, NY Seton Hall

Morton 1-3 0-0 8, Lane 5-18 1-3 14, Dalembert 3-4 0-0 6, Kaukenas 6-12 1-2 14, Holloway 11-17 2-2 27, Shine 2-10 0-0 5, 0-2 0-0 0, Manga 0-0 0-0 0, Wilkins 2-5 0-0 4, Totals 30-71 4-7 72.

Oregon

A. Smith 6-13 4-4 17, Jones 2-11 3-3 8, Hartenstein 2-7 0-0 4, Wright 2-7 0-0 5, Scales 6-16 1-2 16, Hicks 1-1 0-0 2, Norwood 4-5 0-0 9, Bracey 4-7 2-3 10, Totals 27-67 10-12 71. Halftime - UO 36, SHU 35. 3-point FG - SHU 8-14 (Lane 3-8, Kaukenas 1-1, Holloway 3-3, Shine 1-2), UO 7-20 (A. Smith 1-2, Jones 1-4, Wright 1-5, Scales 3-8, Norwood 1-1). Fouled out - none. Rebounds - SHU 39 (Dalembert 12), UO 41 (Hartenstein 8). Assists - SHU 9 (Dalembert 2, Kaukenas 2, Holloway 2, Shine 2), UO 18 (Scales 6). Total Fouls - SHU 14, UO 12. Attendance - N/A.

2000 NCAA East Region Second Round (10) SETON HALL 67 vs. (2) TEMPLE 65 - OT March 19, 2000 — Buffalo, NY Seton Hall

Morton 0-0 1-4 1, Lane 4-13 4-4 16, Dalembert 1-3 0-0 2, Holloway 1-2 0-0 2, Kaukenas 6-14 2-2 18, Shine 9-15 1-3 26, Harris 0-0 0-0 0, Manga 0-1 0-0 0, Wilkins 1-3 0-0 2, Totals 22-51 8-13 67.

Temple

Barnes 3-9 1-4 7, Karcher 9-19 3-8 27, Lyde 0-2 1-3 1, Sanchez 1-6 0-0 2, Wadley 5-9 0-0 13, Greer 4-10 1-3 13, Sanders 1-3 0-0 2, Rollerson 0-1 0-0 1, Totals 23-59 6-18 65. Halftime - SHU 31, TU 29. 3-point FG - SHU 15-30 (Lane 4-12, Kaukenas 4-7, Shine 7-11), TU 13-32 (Karcher 6-13, Sanchez 0-4, Wadley 3-7, Greer 4-8). Fouled out - TU (Sanchez). Rebounds - SHU 40 (Lane 14), TU 35 (Barnes 7, Lyde 7). Assists - SHU 17 (Shine 5), TU 17 (Sanchez 6). Total Fouls - SHU 15, TU 15. Attendance - 19,351.

2000 NCAA East Regional Semifinal (3) OKLAHOMA STATE 68 vs. (10) SETON HALL 66 March 24, 2000 — Syracuse, NY Seton Hall

Lane 7-24 0-0 16, Morton 2-3 0-1 4, Dalembert 3-4 0-0 6, Shine 4-16 1-2 11, Kaukenas 5-15 4-4 17, Harris 1-2 2-2 4, Manga 3-3 1-1 7, Wilkins 0-2 1-2 1, Totals 25-69 9-12 66.

Oklahoma State

Montanati 7-12 1-4 15, Mason 5-13 4-4 16, Jonzen 6-13 3-4 15, Adkins 1-8 5-5 7, Gottlieb 1-4 0-0 2, Alexander 2-7 4-6 9, Williams 1-2 0-0 2, Webber 1-2 0-0 2, Totals 24-61 17-23 68. Halftime - SHU 36, OSU 35. 3-point FG - SHU 7-34 (Kaukenas 3-6, Shine 2-10, Lane 2-18), OSU 3-11 (Mason 2-3, Alexander 1-4, Gottlieb 0-1, Adkins 0-3). Fouled out -None. Rebounds - SHU 47 (Dalembert 10), OSU 40 (Gottlieb 7, Jonzen 7). Assists - SHU 8 (Kaukenas 3, Shine 3), OSU 19 (Gottlieb 12). Total Fouls - SHU 18, OSU 14. Attendance - 30,681.

1999-00 ROSTER Player Pos. Hgt. Cl. PPG Darius Lane G 6-4 So. 15.3 Rimas Kaukenas G 6-4 Sr. 13.2 Shaheen Holloway G 5-10 Sr. 13.2 Gary Saunders G 6-5 Sr. 9.4 Ty Shine G 6-0 So. 7.8 Samuel Dalembert C 6-11 Fr. 6.0 Greg Morton F 6-7 Fr. 3.9 Kevin Wilkins F 6-7 Jr. 3.0 Al Harris F 6-8 Fr. 2.8 Charles Manga C 6-10 So. 1.6 Reggie Garrett F 6-6 Jr. 1.6 Brian Campbell G 6-3 Sr. 0.1

Head Coach Tommy Amaker

NCAA SWEET-16 Record:

22-10

Awards/Honors:

ShaheenHolloway BIG EAST Most Improved BIG EAST Second Team All Met First Team Rimas Kaukenas All-M et Second Team SamuelDalembert BIG EAST All-Rookie Team All-Met Third Team Darius Lane BIG EAST All-Rookie Team All-Met Rookie of the Year All-Met Third Team Tommy Amaker All-Met Coach of the Year Seton Hall Men’s Basketball | 91


2004 TOURNAMENT

2004 NCAA Atlanta Region First Round (8) SETON HALL 80 vs. (9) ARIZONA 76 March 18, 2004 — Raleigh, NC Arizona

Adams 5-7 2-4 13, Iguodala 8-15 1-2 19, Frye 6-16 1-1 13, Shakur 5-6 3-4 14, Stoudamire 2-6 6-6 11, Ranne 0-0 0-0 0, Rodgers 1-2 2-2 4, Radenovic 1-1 0-0 0, Totals 28-53 15-19 76.

2003-04

Seton Hall

Toney-El 0-1 0-0 0, Sweet 2-6 3-4 7, Whitney 9-16 6-8 24, Barrett 7-15 1-2 19, Allen 4-10 7-8 15, Morris 4-8 0-0 11, Copeland 1-2 1-2 4, Billmeier 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 27-58 18-24 80. Halftime – UA 37, SHU 31. 3-point FG – UA 5-11 (Iguodala 2-3, Shakur 1-1, Adams 1-1, Stoudamire 1-5, Rodgers 0-1), SHU 8-22 (Barrett 4-10, Morris 3-6, Copeland 1-2, Allen 0-2, Toney-El 0-1, Sweet 0-1). Fouled out -None. Rebounds – UA 29 (Frye 12), SHU 33 (Whitney 14). Assists – UA 12 (Stoudamire 4), SHU 12 (Barrett 6). Total Fouls – UA 15, SHU 19. Attendance – 19,722.

2004 NCAA Atlanta Region Second Round (1) DUKE 90 vs. (8) SETON HALL 62 March 20, 2004 — Raleigh, NC Seton Hall

Toney-El 1-3 0-0 2, Sweet 3-10 0-1 7, Whitney 4-9 6-9 14, Barrett 4-11 0-0 8, Allen 6-12 1-2 14, Morris 4-7 3-3 12, Copeland 0-2 0-0 0, Messy 1-2 1-1 3, Gambino 0-0 0-0 0, Fray 0-0 0-0 0, Billmeier 1-1 0-0 2, Totals 24-57 11-16 62.

Duke

Redick 6-10 7-7 21, Deng 6-9 7-8 20, Williams 3-9 7-8 13, Duhon 2-5 5-5 9, Ewing 1-6 8-10 11, Horvath 1-1 0-0 2, Melchionni 0-0 0-0 0, Dockery 3-3 0-0 6, Borman 0-0 0-0 0, Davidson 0-0 0-0 0, Randolph 4-5 0-0 8, Johnson 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 26-48 34-38 90. Halftime – DU 42, SHU 28. 3-point FG – SHU 3-17 (Allen 1-3, Sweet 1-3, Morris 1-3, Barrett 0-4, Copeland 0-2, Messy 0-1, Toney-El 0-1), DU 4-11 (Redick 2-4, Deng 1-3, Ewing 1-4). Fouled out -None. Rebounds – SHU 22 (Whitney 6), DU 40 (Williams 11). Assists – SHU 11 (Barrett 5, Sweet 5), DU 16 (Duhon 5). Total Fouls – SHU 27, DU 18. Attendance – 19,722.

ROSTER Player Pos. Hgt. Cl. PPG Andre Barrett G 5-10 Sr. 17.3 Kelly Whitney F 6-8 So. 13.6 John Allen G 6-5 Jr. 12.4 Andre Sweet F 6-6 Jr. 10.1 J.R. Morris G 6-5 So. 10.1 Marcus Toney-El F 6-6 Sr. 6.4 Damion Fray F 6-8 Sr. 2.2 Grant Billmeier C 6-10 Fr. 1.5 Eric Davis F 6-9 So. 1.3 Donald Copeland G 5-10 So. 1.3 Jamar Wise G 6-0 Sr. 1.0 Alex Gambino C 7-0 So. 0.8 Jerel Cokley G 6-2 Sr. 0.5 Mani Messy F 6-7 Fr. 0.3 Kevin Grier G 6-4 Sr. 0.0

Head Coach Louis Orr

NCAA 2ND ROUND Record:

21-10

Awards/Honors:

Andre Barrett Kelly Whitney 92 | Seton Hall Men’s Basketball

BIG EAST First Team Haggerty Award Winner USBWA All-District All-Met First Team BIG EAST Hon. Men. USBWA All-District All-Met First Team


2005-06 ROSTER

2006 NCAA Washington, D.C., Region First Round (7) WICHITA STATE 86 vs. (10) SETON HALL 66 March 16, 2006 — Greensboro, NC

Player Pos. Hgt. Cl. PPG Donald Copeland G 5-10 Sr. 16.1 Kelly Whitney F 6-8 Sr. 15.2 Jamar Nutter G 6-2 Jr. 12.1 Paul Gause G 5-11 Fr. 6.1 Brian Laing F 6-5 So. 5.8 Stan Gaines F 6-7 Jr. 4.8 Grant Billmeier C 6-10 Jr. 3.8 David Palmer F 6-9 Fr. 3.0 Marcus Cousin F 6-10 So. 2.1 John Garcia C 6-9 Fr. 1.8 Carl Marshall G 5-11 Jr. 1.1 Mani Messy F 6-7 Jr. 0.0 Mike Pilgrim F 6-8 So. 0.0 Tyrell Cotton G 5-10 Jr. 0.0

Seton Hall

Head Coach

Wichita State

NCAA FIRST ROUND

2006 TOURNAMENT

Whitney 6-17 6-6 18, Laing 2-6 2-2 6, Billmeier 1-2 0-0 2, Nutter 6-13 1-2 15, Copeland 4-12 6-6 17, Marshall 0-1 0-0 0, Gause 1-7 1-1 4, Gaines 1-2 0-0 2, Cotton 0-0 0-0 0, Palmer 0-1 0-0 0, Cousin 0-0 2-2 2, Totals 21-61 18-19 66. Couisnard 3-5 1-2 8, Wilson 1-4 6-8 9, Miller 6-10 3-4 15, Braeuer 2-5 4-4 9, Ogirri 7-11 3-3 23, Rogers 0-2 0-0 0, Ledford 0-1 0-0 0, Martin 3-7 4-8 10, Preadom 1-2 0-0 2, K. Bradley 3-9 1-3 8, R. Bradley 1-1 0-0 2, Totals 27-57 22-32 86. Halftime – WSU 40, SHU 24. 3-point FG – SHU 6-20 (Copeland 3-8, Nutter 2-6, Gause 1-4, Marshall 0-1, Gaines 0-1), WSU 10-22 (Ogirri 6-10, K. Bradley 1-2, Couisnard 1-2, Braeuer 1-3, Wilson 1-4, Rogers 0-1). Fouled out –Nutter, Couisnard. Rebounds – SHU 36 (Gause 8), WSU 44 (Wilson 8). Assists – SHU 10 (Copeland 5), WSU 19 (Braeuer 6). Total Fouls – SHU 24, WSU 20. Attendance – 22,073.

Louis Orr

Record:

18-12

Awards/Honors:

Donald Copeland BIG EAST Second Team All-Met Second Team Kelly Whitney BIG EAST Second Team USBWA All-District All-Met First Team Seton Hall Men’s Basketball | 93


NAISMITH MEMORIAL BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES Bob Davies, player John “Honey” Russell, player/coach Bobby Wanzer, player

CURT GOWDY MEDIA AWARD Bill Raftery

1993 1953 1942

ALL-AMERICA (CONSENSUS) Terry Dehere Walter Dukes Bob Davies

COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA

1994

Arturas Karnisovas

BIG EAST PLAYER OF THE YEAR

1992-93 Terry Dehere 1981-82 Dan Callandrillo

BIG EAST ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

2000-01 Eddie Griffin

BIG EAST DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

1992-93 Jerry Walker

BIG EAST MOST IMPROVED PLAYER

1999-00 Shaheen Holloway

BIG EAST COACH OF THE YEAR

2002-03 Louis Orr 1988-89 P.J. Carlesimo 1987-88 P.J. Carlesimo

BIG EAST BASKETBALL SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

1996 1994 1993 1989

1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80

Adrian Griffin Arturas Karnisovas Arturas Karnisovas Ramon Ramos

BIG EAST ACADEMIC ALL-STAR TEAM

2012-13 Patrik Auda, Haralds Karlis, Brandon Mobley, Kyle Smyth 2011-12 Patrik Auda, Pete Dill, Haralds Karlis 2010-11 Patrik Auda, Pete Dill, Darnell Gatling, Anali Okoloji, Eniel Polynice 2008-09 Peter Peregrin 2007-08 Mike Davis 2003-04 Jerel Cokley, Damion Fray, Kevin Grier 2002-03 Raheem Carter 2001-02 Charles Manga, Marcus Toney-El 2000-01 Reggie Garrett 1999-00 Reggie Garrett, Rimas Kaukenas 1998-99 Reggie Garrett, Rimas Kaukenas, Chuck Moore 1997-98 Jacky Kaba, Rimas Kaukenas 1995-96 John Fairchild, Jacky Kaba, Levell Sanders, Bayonne Taty 1993-94 Adrian Griffin, Arturas Karnisovas

ALL-BIG EAST SELECTIONS

2012-13 Fuquan Edwin (Honorable Men.) 2011-12 Jordan Theodore (2nd team), Herb Pope (3rd team) 2010-11 Jeremy Hazell (3rd team) 2009-10 Jeremy Hazell (2nd team) 2008-09 Jeremy Hazell (3rd team) 2007-08 Brian Laing (1st team), Jeremy Hazell (All-Rookie) (2nd team), 2006-07 Brian Laing Eugene Harvey (All-Rookie) 2005-06 Donald Copeland (2nd team), Kelly Whitney (2nd team) 2003-04 Andre Barrett (1st team), Kelly Whitney (Honorable Men.) 2002-03 Andre Barrett (2nd team), Kelly Whitney (All-Rookie) (All-Rookie) 2001-02 John Allen 2000-01 Eddie Griffin (2nd team; All-Rookie), Darius Lane (Honorable Men.) 1999-00 Shaheen Holloway (2nd team), Samuel Dalembert (All-Rookie), Darius Lane (All-Rookie) 94 | Seton Hall Men’s Basketball

all-time Andre McCloud Dan Callandrillo Dan Callandrillo Howard McNeil Sir John Collins Dan Callandrillo

(All-Freshman) (1st team) (2nd team), (3rd team), (All-Freshman) (2nd team)

BIG EAST ALL-TOURNAMENT

2001 1993 1992 1991 1989 1988

1997-98 Levell Sanders (2nd team), Shaheen Holloway (3rd team) 1996-97 Shaheen Holloway (2nd team; All-Rookie) 1995-96 Adrian Griffin (2nd team) 1994-95 Adrian Griffin (3rd team), Donnell Williams (All-Rookie) 1993-94 Arturas Karnisovas (2nd team) 1992-93 Terry Dehere (1st team), Arturas Karnisovas (2nd team), Jerry Walker (3rd team) (1st team), 1991-92 Terry Dehere Jerry Walker (2nd team) 1990-91 Terry Dehere (1st team), Anthony Avent (2nd team), Jerry Walker (All-Rookie) 1989-90 Terry Dehere (All-Rookie) 1988-89 Ramon Ramos (1st team), John Morton (3rd team), Andrew Gaze (3rd team) (1st team) 1987-88 Mark Bryant (2nd team) 1986-87 Mark Bryant 1984-85 Andre McCloud (3rd team), Mark Bryant (All-Freshman) 1983-84 Andre McCloud (3rd team)

2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2008-09 2007-08 2005-06 2003-04 2002-03 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1995-96 1992-93 1991-92 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1984-85 1981-82 1980-81

Eddie Griffin Terry Dehere, MVP Arturas Karnisovas, Jerry Walker Terry Dehere Oliver Taylor, MVP Anthony Avent Ramon Ramos, John Morton Ramon Ramos

ALL-TIME BIG EAST PLAYER OF THE WEEK Fuquan Edwin Herb Pope Jeremy Hazell Jeremy Hazell Brian Laing Donald Copeland Andre Barrett Andre Barrett Darius Lane Shaheen Holloway Rimas Kaukenas Rimas Kaukenas Donnell Williams Levell Sanders Adrian Griffin Terry Dehere Terry Dehere Terry Dehere Terry Dehere Jerry Walker Terry Dehere Ramon Ramos John Morton Mark Bryant John Morton Mark Bryant Mark Bryant Andre McCloud Dan Callandrillo Dan Callandrillo

Dec. 10 Nov. 21 Mar. 6 Nov. 24 Nov. 26 Jan. 30 Mar. 1 Feb. 10 Dec. 11 Feb. 14, Feb. 7 Dec. 14 Mar. 1, Dec. 29 Jan. 29 Feb. 28 Feb. 21, Jan. 10, Dec. 6 Feb. 9, Jan. 26 Feb. 19, Dec. 5 Feb. 28, Dec. 13, Dec. 1 Jan. 18 Dec. 2 Jan. 17 Jan. 20


honors 2010-11 2007-08 2006-07 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1996-97

ALL-TIME BIG EAST ROOKIE OF THE WEEK Fuquan Edwin Jeremy Hazell Eugene Harvey Eugene Harvey Eugene Harvey John Allen Eddie Griffin Eddie Griffin Eddie Griffin Eddie Griffin Eddie Griffin Darius Lane Darius Lane Darius Lane Darius Lane Darius Lane Darius Lane Shaheen Holloway Shaheen Holloway Shaheen Holloway Shaheen Holloway Shaheen Holloway

Dec. 20 Jan. 21 Jan. 8, Dec. 11, Dec. 4 Dec. 17 Jan. 2, Dec. 11, Dec. 4, Nov. 27, Nov. 20 Feb. 28, Feb. 14, Feb. 7, Jan. 31, Dec. 13, Nov. 22 Mar. 2, Jan. 27, Jan. 13, Jan. 5, Dec. 30

1994-95 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1985-86 1984-85 1982-83 1981-82

Donnell Williams Donnell Williams Luther Wright Jerry Walker Marco Lokar Terry Dehere Terry Dehere Terry Dehere John Morton Gerald Greene Daryll Walker Martin Salley Andre McCloud Andre McCloud John Sealey

Dec. 26, Dec. 19 Nov. 24 Feb. 18 Feb. 25, Feb. 11, Jan. 2, Dec. 10 Feb. 16, Feb. 2, Jan. 26 Dec. 2 Feb. 13, Dec. 19 Jan. 24

USBWA ALL-DISTRICT II TEAM

2012 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2004

Jordan Theodore Jeremy Hazell Jeremy Hazell Brian Laing Eugene Harvey Kelly Whitney Andre Barrett, Kelly Whitney

HAGGERTY AWARD WINNERS

2004 1996 1994 1993 1989 1988 1982 1979 1964 1953

Andre Barrett Adrian Griffin Arturas Karnisovas Terry Dehere John Morton Mark Bryant Dan Callandrillo Nick Galis Nick Werkman Walter Dukes

METROPOLITAN COACH OF THE YEAR

2000 1988

Tommy Amaker P.J. Carlesimo

METROPOLITAN ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

2007 2001 2000 1997 1991 1990 1983

Eugene Harvey Eddie Griffin Darius Lane Shaheen Holloway Jerry Walker Terry Dehere Andre McCloud

2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

ALL-METROPOLITAN * (Team in parentheses) Fuquan Edwin Herb Pope Jordan Theodore Jeremy Hazell Jeremy Hazell Herb Pope Jeremy Hazell Robert Mitchell Eugene Harvey Brian Laing Eugene Harvey Eugene Harvey Brian Laing Kelley Whitney Donald Copeland Andre Barrett Kelly Whitney Andre Barrett John Allen Andre Barrett Darius Lane Eddie Griffin Andre Barrett Darius Lane Shaheen Holloway Rimas Kaukenas Darius Lane Samuel Dalembert Shaheen Holloway Rimas Kaukenas Levell Sanders Shaheen Holloway Shaheen Holloway Levell Sanders Adrian Griffin Danny Hurley Adrian Griffin Danny Hurley Donnell Williams Arturas Karnisovas Bryan Caver Adrian Griffin Terry Dehere Arturas Karnisovas Jerry Walker Luther Wright Jerry Walker Terry Dehere Gordon Winchester Bryan Caver Anthony Avent Terry Dehere Oliver Taylor Jerry Walker

(1st) (1st), (1st) (1st) (1st), (2nd) (1st), (2nd), (3rd) (1st), (3rd) (1st), (2nd) (1st), (2nd) (1st), (1st) (1st), (2nd) (1st), (3rd) (1st), (3rd), (3rd) (1st), (2nd), (3rd), (3rd) (3rd), (4th) (2nd), (2nd) (1st), (2nd) (1st), (1st) (1st), (2nd), (4th) (1st), (1st), (4th) (1st), (1st), (2nd), (3rd) (1st), (1st), (3rd), (4th) (1st), (1st), (3rd), (4th)

1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 * since 1981

1997

Michael Cooper Terry Dehere Anthony Avent Frantz Volcy John Morton Ramon Ramos Andrew Gaze Gerald Greene Daryll Walker Mark Bryant John Morton Ramon Ramos James Major Mark Bryant James Major Andre McCloud Mark Bryant Andre McCloud Andre McCloud Andre McCloud Dan Callandrillo Dan Callandrillo Howard McNeil

(1st), (1st), (3rd), (4th), (1st), (1st), (2nd), (2nd), (3rd) (1st), (2nd), (3rd), (4th) (2nd), (3rd) (2nd), (3rd) (2nd) (3rd) (3rd) (1st) (1st), (2nd)

“MOST COURAGEOUS” AWARD (USBWA) Jacky Kaba

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all-time YR G 89-90 28 90-91 34 91-92 31 92-93 35 TOTAL 128

FG-FGA 134-333 213-460 196-459 242-525 785-1777

1. TERRY DEHERE (1989-93)

PCT 3FG-FGA .402 73-187 .463 105-245 .427 53-165 .461 84-212 .442 315-809

2

PCT .390 .429 .321 .396 .389

FT-FTA PCT 110-138 .797 141-168 .839 156-188 .830 202-247 .818 609-741 .822

REB-AVG 94-3.4 101-3.0 115-3.7 105-3.0 414-3.2

A 60 76 85 93 314

BL 13 14 9 8 44

2. NICK WERKMAN (1961-64)

YR G FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT 61-62 24 271-563 .481 --- --- 62-63 22 221-502 .440 --- --- 63-64 25 320-734 .436 --- --- TOTAL 71 812-1799 .451 *Led country in total points & average

1

S TP-AVG 26 451-16.1 48 672-19.8 38 601-19.4 40 770-22.0 152 2494-19.5

FT-FTA 251-347 208-325 190-308 649-980

PCT .723 .640 .617 .715

REB-AVG 413-17.2 278-12.6 345-13.8 1036-14.6

A 33 19 53 105

BL S N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

3

3. JEREMY HAZELL (2007-11)

YR G FG-FGA PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB-AVG A BL S TP-AVG 07-08 32 130-331 .393 78-234 .333 71-93 .763 75-2.3 28 5 45 409-12.8 08-09 32 235-550 .427 105-290 .362 151-204 .740 122-3.8 29 1 56 726-22.7 09-10 32 220-520 .423 98-290 .338 116-153 .758 111-3.5 47 5 47 654-20.4 10-11 18 116-275 .422 47-140 .336 78-104 .750 63-3.5 29 1 43 357-19.8 TOTAL 114 701-1676 .418 328-954 .344 416-554 .751 371-3.3 133 12 191 2146--18.8

4 YR 78-79 79-80 80-81 81-82 TOTAL

G 27 27 27 27 108

YR 74-75 75-76 76-77 77-78 TOTAL

FG-FGA 118-272 185-429 166-363 250-490 719-1554

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PCT .433 .431 .457 .510 .462

G 27 27 29 27 110

FG-FGA 144-310 199-416 247-512 218-455 808-1693

4. GREG TYNES (1974-78)

PCT 3FG-FGA PCT .464 --- --- .478 --- --- .482 --- --- .479 --- --- .477

5. DAN CALLANDRILLO (1978-82)

3FG-FGA PCT --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

FT-FTA 91-123 154-206 104-143 198-240 547-712

PCT .740 .747 .727 .825 .768

REB-AVG 82-3.0 90-3.3 78-2.8 101-3.7 351-3.3

A 115 100 69 96 380

FT-FTA 79-109 102-143 142-182 120-145 443-579

BL 4 5 2 4 15

S 74 81 46 59 260

PCT .725 .713 .780 .827 .765

TP-AVG 327-12.1 524-19.4 436-16.1 698-25.8 1985-18.4

TP-AVG 793-33.0 *650-29.5 830-33.2 2273-32.0

REB-AVG 83-3.1 90-3.3 69-2.4 70-2.5 309-2.8

A BL 104 N/A 105 N/A 100 4 70 1 379 5

S N/A N/A 54 38 92

TP-AVG 367-13.5 500-18.6 636-21.9 556-20.6 2059-18.7

5


scoring leaders YR 82-83 83-84 84-85 85-86 TOTAL

G 29 28 28 32 117

FG-FGA 192-397 166-334 220-435 186-407 764-1573

7 YR G 00-01 31 01-02 30 02-03 30 03-04 31 TOTAL 122

G 25 26 26 77

6. ANDRE McCLOUD (1982-86)

3FG-FGA PCT N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

YR 84-85 85-86 86-87 87-88 TOTAL

FG-FGA 113-311 164-414 162-374 187-411 626-1510

9 YR 69-70 70-71 71-72 TOTAL

PCT .484 .497 .506 .457 .487

G 26 30 28 34 118

FT-FTA 97-138 83-108 141-188 127-164 448-598

FG-FGA 122-257 167-323 171-345 269-473 729-1398

PCT .475 .523 .496 .564 .521

8. ANDRE BARRETT (2000-04)

PCT 3FG-FGA .363 47-156 .396 68-198 .433 56-152 .455 73-190 .415 244-696

PCT .301 .343 .368 .384 .351

FT-FTA PCT 44-63 .698 110-146 .753 122-146 .836 89-117 .761 365-472 .773

YR G FG-FGA 50-51 31 146- 51-52 26 169- 52-53 33 272-574 TOTAL 90 587*Led country in total rebounds

FG-FGA 188-406 205-401 256-545 649-1352

PCT .703 .769 .750 .774 .749

FT-FTA 95-140 137-196 140-196 282-523

A 16 42 22 24 104

BL 17 10 24 18 69

S 37 36 27 35 135

PCT --- --- 1.000 .500 .667

REB-AVG 103-3.3 108-3.6 115-3.8 120-3.9 446-3.7

A 169 151 159 183 662

FT-FTA 74-114 82-121 127-180 163-218 446-633

BL 2 2 4 3 11

PCT .649 .678 .706 .748 .704

REB-AVG 394-15.8 370-14.2 385-14.8 1149-14.9

REB-AVG 177-6.8 226-7.5 198-7.1 311-9.1 912-7.7

FT-FTA 112-228 186-280 317-425 615-933

A BL S N/A N/A N/A 37 N/A N/A 26 N/A N/A

PCT .491 .664 .743 .659

TP-AVG 471-18.8 547-21.0 652-25.0 1670-21.7

A 16 16 23 32 87

BL 22 29 28 32 111

S 9 18 12 36 75

TP-AVG 318-12.2 420-14.0 470-16.8 698-20.5 1906-16.2

8

S TP-AVG 37 317-10.2 47 506-16.9 45 502-16.7 44 536-17.3 173 1861-15.3

9. WALTER DUKES (1950-53)

PCT .678 .670 .714 .530

6

TP-AVG 481-16.6 415-14.8 581-20.8 499-15.6 1976-16.9

7. MARK BRYANT (1984-88)

3FG-FGA --- --- 1-1 1-2 2-3

PCT 3FG-FGA PCT N/A --- --- N/A --- --- .474 --- ---

10. KEN HOUSE (1969-72)

PCT 3FG-FGA PCT .463 --- --- .511 --- --- .470 --- --- .480

REB-AVG 191-6.6 169-6.0 202-7.2 159-5.0 721-6.2

REB-AVG 450-14.5 513-19.7 *734-22.2 1697-18.9

A BL S N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 81 N/A N/A

TP-AVG 404-13.0 524-20.2 861-26.1 1789-19.9

10

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all-time YR 75-76 76-77 77-78 78-79 TOTAL

G 24 29 27 27 107

FG-FGA 29-61 144-378 183-351 293-509 649-1299

PCT .475 .381 .521 .577 .499

12 YR G 96-97 28 97-98 29 98-99 28 99-00 31 TOTAL 116

YR 85-86 86-87 87-88 88-89 TOTAL

FG-FGA 160-440 153-445 92-257 138-309 543-1451

G 25 25 27 77

G 31 27 35 38 131

FT-FTA 19-27 77-94 100-121 157-190 353-432

PCT .740 .819 .826 .826 .817

FG-FGA 82-186 90-199 156-321 210-482 538-1188

PCT .441 .452 .486 .436 .453

PCT .342 .242 .221 .403 .305

FT-FTA 31-75 83-132 56-83 85-109 317-495

PCT .544 .629 .675 .780 .640

YR G FG-FGA 06-07 29 166-357 07-08 32 137-331 08-09 32 141-324 09-10 30 91-176 TOTAL 123 535-1188

FG-FGA 155-381 161-410 190-513 506-1304

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REB-AVG 29-1.2 68-2.3 65-2.4 94-3.5 256-2.4

PCT .407 .494 .370 .388

FT-FTA 127-185 174-231 190-277 487-693

BL S N/A N/A N/A 45 N/A 3 N/A 55

REB-AVG 106-3.8 109-3.8 78-2.8 158-5.1 451-3.9

PCT --- .143 .294 .418 .390

A 177 188 141 175 681

FT-FTA 68-107 100-137 132-157 159-194 459-595

BL 11 6 4 2 22

11

TP-AVG 77-3.2 365-12.6 466-17.3 743-27.5 1651-15.4

PCT .636 .730 .841 .820 .771

S TP-AVG 77 483-17.3 60 435-15.0 42 259-9.3 52 409-13.2 231 1588-13.7

14. EUGENE HARVEY (2006-10)

REB-AVG 47-1.5 70-2.6 67-1.9 129-3.4 313-2.4

A 78 113 166 95 452

BL 11 8 18 14 51

S 35 48 75 49 207

TP-AVG 232-7.5 282-10.4 449-12.8 658-17.3 1621-12.4

13

PCT 3FG-FGA PCT FT-FTA PCT REB-AVG A BL S TP-AVG .465 12-39 .308 135-161 .839 94-3.2 123 0 50 479-16.5 .414 11-47 .234 140-192 .729 106-3.3 156 0 62 425-13.3 .435 12-59 .203 106-133 .797 101-3.2 158 3 48 400-12.5 .517 10-29 .345 64-84 .762 70-2.3 139 2 43 256-8.5 .450 45-174 .259 445-570 .781 371-3.0 576 5 203 1560-12.7

15. DICK GAINES (1954-57)

3FG-FGA PCT --- --- --- --- --- ---

A 44 138 122 106 410

12. JOHN MORTON (1985-89)

3FG-FGA --- 2-14 5-17 79-189 86-220

13. SHAHEEN HOLLOWAY (1996-00)

PCT 3FG-FGA .362 72-211 .344 46-190 .358 19-86 .447 48-119 .374 185-606

14 YR 54-55 55-56 56-57 TOTAL

11. NICK GALIS (1975-79)

3FG-FGA PCT --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

PCT .665 .753 .686 .703

REB-AVG 181-7.4 205-8.2 202-7.5 588-7.6

A 65 108 113 286

BL S N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

TP-AVG 433-17.2 508-20.3 570-21.1 1511-19.6

15


scoring leaders YR G FG-FGA 90-91 33 72-174 91-92 26 62-143 92-93 34 160-315 93-94 30 153-392 TOTAL 123 447-1024

17

16. ARTURAS Karnisovas (1990-94)

3FG-FGA 33-89 34-70 48-107 69-180 184-446

PCT FT-FTA .371 65-77 .486 62-85 .449 129-155 .383 175-210 .412 431-527

YR G 01-02 30 02-03 30 03-04 31 04-05 28 TOTAL 119

YR G FG-FGA 02-03 30 131-248 03-04 25 136-242 04-05 27 115-267 05-06 30 163-360 TOTAL 112 545-1117

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*2nd in NCAA for season rebound average as freshman **Led country in total rebounds & average

YR G 92-93 35 93-94 30 94-95 30 95-96 28 TOTAL 123

PCT .414 .434 .508 .390 .436

FG-FGA 44-87 106-224 184-332 213-438 547-1081

FG-FGA 129-337 162-390 124-311 118-293 533-1331

PCT .844 .729 .832 .833 .817

YR 73-74 74-75 75-76 76-77 TOTAL

PCT FT-FTA PCT .000 69-126 .548 .000 68-111 .613 .000 92-141 .652 .000 129-184 .701 .000 358-562 .637

G 21 13 20 29 83

FG-FGA 120-278 93-189 155-302 239-458 607-1227

PCT .432 .492 .513 .522 .495

20. ADRIAN GRIFFIN (1992-96)

PCT 3FG-FGA .506 0-2 .473 2-6 .554 6-20 .486 12-44 .506 20-72

PCT FT-FTA .000 31-53 .333 76-126 .300 86-119 .273 107-161 .278 300-459

A 40 32 58 55 185

BL 34 22 24 41 121

PCT .585 .603 .723 .665 .654

REB-AVG 183-6.1 173-6.9 169-6.3 238-7.9 763-6.8

PCT .282 .266 .301 .340 .292

16

S TP-AVG 39 242/7.3 22 220/8.5 28 497/14.6 28 550/18.3 117 1509/12.3

17. JOHN ALLEN (2001-05)

PCT 3FG-FGA .383 29-103 .415 25-94 .399 28-93 .403 18-53 .400 100-343

18. KELLY WHITNEY (2002-06)

PCT 3FG-FGA .528 0-0 .562 0-0 .431 0-2 .453 0-0 .488 0-2

REB-AVG 151-4.6 109-4.2 225-6.6 205-6.8 690-5.6

FT-FTA PCT 54-74 .730 69-101 .683 108-135 .800 69-87 .793 300-397 .756

REB-AVG A 165-5.5 57 152-5.1 81 147-4.7 71 137-4.9 73 601-5.1 282

A BL S TP-AVG 21 30 25 331-11.0 16 29 24 340-13.6 17 25 23 322-11.9 36 22 36 455-15.2 90 106 108 1448-12.9

19. GLENN MOSLEY (1973-77)

3FG-FGA PCT --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

REB-AVG A 123-3.5 29 233-7.8 66 216-7.2 85 231-8.3 86 803-6.5 266

FT-FTA 49-89 25-53 52-89 101-166 227-397

BL 3 17 22 16 58

PCT .551 .471 .584 .608 .572

REB-AVG 299-*14.2 212-16.3 279-13.9 **473-16.3 1263-15.2

S TP-AVG 28 119-3.4 43 290-9.7 66 460-15.3 70 545-19.5 207 1414-11.5

BL 6 10 6 6 28

S TP-AVG 32 341-11.4 39 418-13.9 36 384-12.4 33 323-11.5 140 1466-12.3

18 A BL S 17 N/A N/A 29 N/A N/A 40 N/A N/A 49 125 80 135

TP-AVG 289-13.8 211-16.2 362-18.1 579-19.7 1441-17.4

20

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Nick Werkman

career Ken House

Walter Dukes

Greg Tynes

Dick Gaines

Glenn Mosley 100 | Seton Hall Men’s Basketball

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

32.01 21.69 19.88 19.62 19.48 18.82 18.72 18.38 17.93 17.83 17.77 17.36 16.89 16.15 16.04 15.65 15.61 15.43 15.38 15.25

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

812 808 785 764 729 719 701 649 649 626 607 587 551 547 547 545 543 538 535 533

SCORING AVERAGE Nick Werkman Ken House Walter Dukes Dick Gaines Terry Dehere Jeremy Hazell Greg Tynes Dan Callandrillo Hank Gunter Art Hicks Eddie Griffin Glenn Mosley Andre McCloud Mark Bryant Frank Cortes John Ramsay Mel Knight Nick Galis Richie Dec Andre Barrett

FIELD GOALS MADE Nick Werkman Greg Tynes Terry Dehere Andre McCloud Mark Bryant Dan Callandrillo Jeremy Hazell Nick Galis Ken House Andre Barrett Glenn Mosley Walter Dukes John Ramsay Adrian Griffin James Major Kelly Whitney Shaheen Holloway John Morton Eugene Harvey John Allen

1961-64 1969-72 1950-53 1954-57 1989-93 2007-11 1974-78 1978-82 1959-61 1959-61 2000-01 1973-77 1982-86 1985-88 1969-72 1972-75 1968-71 1975-79 1962-65 2000-04

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

1697 1263 1149 1036 922 912 830 803 763 749 726 721 711 696 690 682 677 675 632 630

1961-64 1974-78 1989-93 1982-86 1984-88 1978-82 2007-11 1975-79 1969-72 2000-04 1973-77 1950-53 1972-75 1992-96 1984-88 2002-06 1996-00 1985-89 2006-10 2001-05

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

18.86 15.22 14.92 14.59 12.85 12.26 11.37 10.77 10.23 10.22 10.12 10.10 9.93 9.71 9.04 8.44 8.02 7.73 7.64 7.33

REBOUNDS

Walter Dukes Glenn Mosley Ken House Nick Werkman Herb Pope Mark Bryant Richie Dec Adrian Griffin Kelly Whitney Richie Long Bill Somerset Andre McCloud Anthony Avent Marty Farrell Arturas Karnisovas Ramon Ramos Tom Cross Harry Slaton Daryll Walker Jerry Walker

1950-53 1973-77 1969-72 1961-64 2009-12 1984-88 1962-65 1992-96 2002-06 1953-56 1965-68 1982-86 1988-91 1954-57 1990-94 1985-89 1956-59 1962-65 1985-89 1990-93

REBOUNDING AVERAGE Walter Dukes Glenn Mosley Ken House Nick Werkman Hank Gunter Art Hicks Richie Dec Eddie Griffin Bill Somerset Dawan Scott Richie Long Tom Cross Harry Slaton Herb Pope Marty Farrell Terri Morawski Jack Rowley Mark Bryant Dick Gaines John Ramsay

1950-53 1973-77 1969-72 1961-64 1959-61 1959-61 1962-65 2000-01 1965-68 1977-78 1953-56 1956-59 1962-65 2009-12 1954-57 1964-66 1957-60 1984-88 1954-57 1972-75


records FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (minimum 50 games/5FGA’s per game)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. 17. 19. 20.

.557 (374-671) .537 (175-326) .530 (377-711) .527 (415-788) .522 (188-360) .521 (729-1398) .517 (243-470) .514 (258-502) .512 (365-713) .506 (547-1081) .500 (649-1299) .497 (358-720) .495 (607-1227) .488 (545-1117) .488 (265-543) .487 (413-848) .486 (246-506) .486 (764-1573) .485 (258-532) .481 (221-459)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 15. 17. 18. 19. 20.

328 315 273 244 219 205 185 184 178 141 139 138 132 132 127 127 117 107 102 100

Ramon Ramos S. Dalembert Jerry Walker Anthony Avent Luther Wright Mark Bryant G. Winchester Kevin Foley Martin Salley Adrian Griffin Nick Galis John Suminski Glenn Mosley Kelly Whitney Jeff Robinson Randy Duffin Tom Brown Andre McCloud Daryl Devero Chris Rzonca

1985-89 1999-01 1990-93 1988-91 1991-93 1984-88 1989-92 1966-69 1984-88 1992-96 1975-79 1966-69 1973-77 2002-06 2009-11 1974-78 1980-84 1982-86 1979-82 1972-74

3-PT FIELD GOALS MADE Jeremy Hazell Terry Dehere Darius Lane Andre Barrett Jamar Nutter Levell Sanders Shaheen Holloway Arturas Karnisovas Donnell Williams Rimas Kaukenas John Leahy James Major Donald Copeland Aaron Cosby Ty Shine Fuquan Edwin Jordan Theodore Danny Hurley Paul Gause John Allen

2007-11 1989-93 1999-02 2000-04 2004-08 1994-98 1996-00 1990-94 1994-98 1996-00 1991-95 1984-88 2002-06 2011-13 1999-02 2010-Pres. 2008-12 1991-96 2005-09 2001-05

1. 2. 3. 4. 5 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Nick Galis

3-PT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (minimum 30 made)

.425 (94-221) Andrew Gaze 1988-89 .413 (184-446) A. Karnisovas 1990-94 .408 (31-76) Marco Lokar 1989-91 .404 (55-136) Oliver Taylor 1989-91 .400 (40-100) Brandon Mobley 2011-Pres. .398 (37-93) Gerald Greene 1985-89 .395 (138-349) James Major 1984-88 .391 (86-220) Daryl Crist 1989-93 .391 (86-220) John Morton 1985-89 .389 (315-809) Terry Dehere 1989-93 .388 (132-340) Aaron Cosby 2011-13 .382 (139-364) John Leahy 1991-95 .381 (48-126) Nik Katsikis 1986-89 .380 (178-718) Darius Lane 1999-02 .376 (127-337) Fuquan Edwin 2010-pres. .371 (75-202) Dwight Brown 1993-95 .370 (178-481) Donnell Williams 1994-98 .368 (46-125) Gary Saunders 1998-00 .364 (132-363) Donald Copeland 2002-06 .363 (219-606) Jamar Nutter 2004-08 649 615 609 547 487 459 448 446 445 443 431 416 372 365 358 356 353 334 321 317

FREE THROWS MADE Nick Werkman Walter Dukes Terry Dehere Dan Callandrillo Dick Gaines John Morton Andre McCloud Mark Bryant Eugene Harvey Greg Tynes Arturas Karnisovas Jeremy Hazell Ken House Andre Barrett Kelly Whitney Daryll Walker Nick Galis Jordan Theodore Jerry Walker Shaheen Holloway

1961-64 1950-53 1989-93 1978-82 1954-57 1985-89 1982-86 1984-88 2006-10 1974-78 1990-94 2007-11 1969-72 2000-04 2002-06 1985-89 1975-79 2008-12 1990-93 1996-00

Luther Wright

Jerry Walker

Jeremy Hazell

Terry Dehere Seton Hall Men’s Basketball | 101


career Shaheen Holloway

Andre Barrett

Arturas Karnisovas

Ramon Ramos 102 | Seton Hall Men’s Basketball

John Morton

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

681 662 576 541 528 452 443 439 437 410 403 389 380 379 314 299 286 282 280 279

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 20.

7.33 6.10 5.87 5.43 5.35 4.68 4.52 4.39 4.19 4.12 4.03 3.86 3.83 3.71 3.61 3.58 3.52 3.45 3.45 3.38

ASSISTS (games)

Shaheen Holloway (116) Andre Barrett (122) Eugene Harvey (123) Jordan Theodore (129) Gerald Greene (131) John Morton (131) Richie Regan (92) Golden Sunkett (72) Danny Hurley (121) Nick Galis (107) Paul Lape (55) Bryan Caver (120) Dan Callandrillo (108) Greg Tynes (110) Terry Dehere (128) James Major (123) Dick Gaines (77) Ed Petrie (73) John Allen (119) Levell Sanders (113)

1996-00 2000-04 2006-10 2008-12 1985-89 1985-89 1950-53 1961-64 1991-96 1975-79 1972-75 1990-94 1978-82 1974-78 1989-93 1984-88 1954-57 1953-56 2001-05 1994-98

ASSISTS AVERAGE (games) Paul Lape (55) Golden Sunkett (72) Shaheen Holloway (116) Andre Barrett (122) Randy Chave (34) Eugene Harvey (123) Mike Jones (56) Art Hicks (46) Jordan Theodore (129) Ken Walker (58) Gerald Greene (131) Ed Petrie (73) Nick Galis (107) Dick Gaines (77) Danny Hurley (121) Ken Powell (53) Dan Callandrillo (108) John Morton (131) Greg Tynes (110) Tom Flaherty (78)

1972-75 1961-64 1996-00 2000-04 1961-64 2006-10 1983-85 1959-61 2008-12 1958-61 1985-89 1953-56 1975-79 1954-57 1991-96 1982-84 1978-82 1985-89 1974-78 1972-76

1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 13. 16. 17. 18.

131 131 129 128 127 126 126 123 123 123 123 123 122 122 122 121 120 119 119 119

1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 8. 10. 11.

128 122 117 114 114 114 111 109 109 108 107 107

GAMES PLAYED John Morton Gerald Greene Jordan Theodore Terry Dehere John Leahy Daryll Walker Ramon Ramos James Major Martin Salley Arturas Karnisovas Adrian Griffin Eugene Harvey Ty Shine Andre Barrett Marcus Toney-El Danny Hurley Bryan Caver John Allen Charles Manga Rimas Kaukenas

STARTS

Terry Dehere Andre Barrett Arturas Karnisovas Martin Salley Andre McCloud Eugene Harvey John Allen Mark Bryant Shaheen Holloway Kelly Whitney John Morton Dan Callandrillo

1985-89 1985-89 2008-09 1989-93 1991-95 1985-89 1985-89 1984-88 1984-88 1990-94 1992-96 2006-10 1998-02 2000-04 2000-04 1991-96 1990-94 2001-05 1998-02 1996-00 1989-93 2000-04 1990-94 1984-88 1982-86 2006-10 2001-05 1984-88 1996-00 2002-06 1985-89 1978-82


records Dan Callandrillo 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 18. 19. 20.

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

Samuel Dalembert

STEALS

260 Dan Callandrillo 1978-82 256 Paul Gause 2005-09 231 Shaheen Holloway 1996-00 218 Fuquan Edwin 2010-pres. 207 John Morton 1985-89 207 Adrian Griffin 1992-96 203 Eugene Harvey 2006-10 202 Levell Sanders 1994-98 191 Jeremy Hazell 2007-11 180 Jordan Theodore 2008-12 173 Andre Barrett 2000-04 171 Danny Hurley 1991-96 162 Darius Lane 1999-02 153 Bryan Caver 1990-94 152 Terry Dehere 1989-93 140 John Allen 2001-05 140 Ricky Burton 1982-86 135 Nick Galis 1975-79 134 Marcus Toney-El 2000-04 132 Howard McNeil 1978-82 * steals not recorded until 1976-77

STEALS AVERAGE (minimum 50 steals)

2.44 2.41 2.22 1.99 1.79 1.76 1.68 1.68 1.65 1.58

Paul Gause Dan Callandrillo Fuquan Edwin Shaheen Holloway Levell Sanders Darius Lane Adrian Griffin Jeremy Hazell Eugene Harvey John Morton

2005-09 1978-82 2010-pres. 1996-00 1994-98 1999-02 1992-96 2007-11 2006-10 1985-89

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

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

BLOCKS

167 Samuel Dalembert 1999-01 156 Howard McNeil 1978-82 153 Herb Pope 2009-12 149 John Garcia 2005-10 146 Ramon Ramos 1986-89 133 Eddie Griffin 2000-01 125 Glenn Mosley 1973-77 121 Anthony Avent 1988-91 121 Arturas Karnisovas 1990-94 118 Luther Wright 1991-93 111 Duane Jordan 1995-99 111 Mark Bryant 1984-88 106 Kelly Whitney 2002-06 104 Jerry Walker 1990-93 89 Frantz Volcy 1986-90 88 Dawan Scott 1977-78 86 Greg Morton 1999-03 79 Charles Manga 1998-02 77 Bayonne Taty 1995-97 67 Grant Billmeier 2003-07 * blocked shots not recorded until 1976-77

Mark Bryant

BLOCKS AVERAGE (minimum 50 blocks)

4.43 3.26 2.83 1.84 1.79 1.61 1.51 1.38 1.37 1.21

Eddie Griffin Dawan Scott Samuel Dalembert Luther Wright Howard McNeil Herb Pope Glenn Mosley Bayonne Taty John Garcia Anthony Avent

2000-01 1977-78 1999-01 1991-93 1978-82 2009-12 1973-77 1995-97 2005-10 1988-91

Eddie Griffin

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A

Jim Ahearn 1951-1953 John Allen 2001-2005 Rashed Anthony2013-present Andy Arrington 1977-1981 2010-present Patrik Auda Anthony Avent 1988-1991

B

Lou Babiak 1930-1933 1903-1904 William Baird 1962-1965 Joseph Barlik 1990-1991 Assaf Barnea 2000-2004 Andre Barrett 1903-1904 Robert Barrett 1927-1930 Salvatore Basile 1940-1942 Bob Behan 1973-1974 Boscoe Bell 1942-1943 Frank Bellack 1949-1952 Roy Belliveau 1959-1960 Joe Bellontine 2013-present Travis Berry 1955-1958 Ron Berthasavage Frank Besson 1959-1961 2003-2007 Grant Billmeier 1908-1912 era John Birchell 1942-1943 Dick Birdsall 1932-1933 Jack Blair Brian Blake 1965-66/1967-68 1926-1927 John Blewitt 1949-1950 Louis Bloom 1949-1950 Bill Blugovski 1951-1954 Henry Bockrath 1932-1936 John Boland 1908-1912 era Otto Boltz Steve Boryczewski 1968-1969 1976-1979 Jay Boyle 1981-1983 Kevin Boyle Mauricio Branwell 2001-2002 1915-1918 Joseph Brennan 1915-1918 Robert Brennan 1956-1959 Dick Brightman 1946-1947 Robert Briscoe 1958-1961 Bill Brooks 1951-1954 Harry Brooks 1979-80/1981-82 Roy Brooks 1983-1985 Brad Broussard Andre Brown 1993-1994 Dwight Brown 1993-1995 John Brown 1922-1924 1980-1984 Tom Brown 1977-1980 Richard Browne 1950-1953 Richard Brownley 1950-1951 Nick Bruckner 1984-1988 Mark Bryant 1983-1985 Spencer Bryant 1956-1958 Richie Buckelew

Mike Buescher 1972-74/1975-76 John Burchell 1909-1910 Jim Burkhardt 1960-1961 Tom Burns 1942-1943 Ricky Burton 1982-1986 1934-1935 Dennis Buttimore James Byrne 1908-1912 era 1929-1932 Martin Byrne

C

Paul Caffery 1970-1972 1908-1909 William Caffrey 2008-2010 Matt Cajuste 1978-1982 Dan Callandrillo 1998-2000 Brian Campbell 2001-2003 Raheem Carter 1990-1994 Bryan Caver 1968-1971 Gary Cavallo 2004-2005 Justin Cerasoli 1997-1999 Ramon Cespedes 1961-1964 Randy Chave 1954-1957 Ed Chesney 1948-1950 Walter Ciborowski 1971-1972 Pat Clark 1908-1909 John Clark 1972-1974 Raymond Clark 1974-1976 Mike Clay 1923-1924 Tom Clohosey 1996-1997 Sean Codey 2002-2004 Jerel Cokley 1975-1979 Marc Coleman 1921-1922 John Coll Sir John Collins1980-82/1983-84 1922-1925 Joseph Colrick 1925-1926 Edward Colrick 1955-1957 Tony Comeleo 1929-1930 Brian Conlon 1908-1912 era Bill Connors 1941-1942 Kevin Connors 1967-1968 Joe Cooke 1961-1962 Dan Coombs 1951-1954 Henry Cooper 1986-1990 Michael Cooper Donald Copeland 2002- 2006 1922-1923 John Corrigan 1969-1972 Frank Cortes 2011-2013 Aaron Cosby 1928-1929 Joseph Coughlin 1914-1915 Timothy Coughlin 2004-2006 Marcus Cousin 1936-1940 Bernie Coyle 1926-1927 Robert Coyle 1989-1993 Daryl Crist 1956-1959 Tom Cross 1988-1989 Trevor Crowley 1963-1966 Tony Cuccolo 1917-1918 Francis Cummings

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Christopher Curran John Curran

1911-1912 1909-1910

all-time

D

Samuel Dalembert 1999-2001 Bob Davies 1939-1942 Chris Davis 1990-1995 Eric Davis 2002-2004 John Davis 1977-1979 Larry Davis 2006-2008 Mike Davis 2007-2009 1998-1999 Damian Dawkins 1962-1965 Richie Dec 1989-1993 Terry Dehere 1937-1941 Frank Delany 1935-1937 Dick DeLosa 1942-1943 Al Dente 1979-1982 Daryl Devero 1989-1993 Jim Dickinson 1941-1942 Al Diehl 2010-2012 Pete Dill 1966-1968 Richie Dooley 1926-1927 Francis Donnelly 1919-1922 era Jiggs Donohue Daniel Donovan 1921-1922 era 1942-1943 Bob Doyle 1934-1935 James Doyle 1992-1993 Craig Duerksen 1974-1978 Randy Duffin 1956-1958 Vince Duffy 1908-1912 era Daniel Dugan 1950-1953 Walter Dukes 1963-1966 John Dunleavy 1979-1983 Dan Dunne 1957-1960 Hugh Dunnion 1923-1925 John Dwyer

E

Ransom Eaves 1983-1985 Fuquan Edwin 2010-present Connie Egan 1957-1959 Ed Ehlers 1937-1938 Gus Eppinger 1952-1953 Barry Epstein 1957-1958 Myron Eslar 1932-1933 Lenny Evans 1989-1990 John Evers 1963-1966 John Fairchild Francis Fallon Dick Farrell Marty Farrell John Feketie Jim Ferrer John Ferry John Finnegan

F

1994-1996 1917-1918 1956-1957 1954-1957 1946-1947 1985-1986 1908-1909 1946-1947

Manus Fish 1912-1913 Bob Fisher 1939-1942 Bob Fitzgerald 1942-1943 Tom Flaherty 1972-1976 Edward Ferguson 1932-1933 Pete Finnerty 1936-1940 James Flanagan 1909-1912 era Francis Flarity 1911-1916 era Joseph Flynn 1919-1922 era Kevin Foley 1966-1969 Junior Foy 1969-1972 Frank Foye 1972-1974 Damion Fray 2001-2004 Les Fries 1919-1924 era Hank Furch 1959-1962

G

Dick Gaines 1954-1957 Stan Gaines 2005-2007 Nick Galis 1975-1979 Charles Gallagher 1916-1917 Hugh Gallagher 1953-1956 John Gallagher 1927-1930 Alexander Gambino 2002-2005 John Garcia 2005-2010 Billy Gardner 1974-1975 Reggie Garrett 1997-2001 Darnell Gatling 2008-2011 Paul Gause 2005-2009 Andrew Gaze 1988-1989 AaronGeramipoor2010-present Francis Gillen 1917-1918 Tom Gibbons 1947-1950 Sterling Gibbs 2013-present Anthony Gorman 1981-1982 Charles Gorman 1953-1955 William Grant 1917-1918 Gerald Greene 1985-1989 Dan Gregory 1965-1967 Sean Grennan 2011-2012 Steve Grieco 1979-1983 Kevin Grier 2003-2004 Adrian Griffin 1992-1996 Eddie Griffin 2000-2001 John Griffin 1926-1929 Hank Gunter 1959-1961

H

Ferrakohn Hall 2009-2011 1975-1976 Robbie Hall 1922-1923 John Halloran 1949-1950 Robert Hammer 1950-1953 Bill Hammersley Richard Hammock 1946-1949 1951-1954 Michael Hannon 1999-2000 Al Harris Hakeem Harris 2013-present 1936-1937 Jack Harrison 1947-1950 Robert Hartmann 2006-2010 Eugene Harvey 1972-1975 Ollie Hawkins 2007-2011 Jeremy Hazell 1914-1917 Edward Heine 1925-1928 Frank Henaby Desmond Herod 2000-2003 1908-1909 Thomas Herron 1959-1961 Art Hicks 1957-1960 Seth Hicks 1932-1933 Edward Hoffman 1923-1924 James Holleran 1926-1928 Thomas Holleran Shaheen Holloway 1996-2000 1946-1948 Richard Honecker 1956-1958 Lionel Holder 1939-1942 Bob Holm 1923-1925 Mike Hornack 1923-1927 William Hornack 1969-1972 Ken House 1991-1996 Danny Hurley 1949-1951 Robert Hurt

I

Dan Iafelice Joseph Igoe Mike Ingram Roger Ingraham Jamel Jackson Ed Janeczak Howie Janotta Pete Jeremich Howie Johnson John Johnson Kevin Johnson

J

1936-1937 1915-1918 1981-1983 1994-1996 2009-2011 1976-1977 1946-1949 1974-1978 1936-1937 1996-1999 2011-2013

Mike Jones Peter Jones Duane Jordan

1983-1985 1911-1916 era 1995-1999

K

1994-1998 Jacky Kaba 1966-1967 Bill Karatz Haralds Karlis 2011-present Arturas Karnisovas 1990-1994 1986-1989 Nick Katsikis 1996-2000 Rimas Kaukenas 1989-1990 Kerry Keating 1959-1961 Phil Kecemer 1954-1957 Johnny Keller 1946-1947 Andrew Kelley 1934-1935 Edward Kelley 1936-1937 Morg Kelly 1947-1948 James Kelly Fenton Kennedy 1929-1930 1963-1965 Jim Kenney 1911-1914 Gerald Kerrigan John Kielbiowski 1959-1960 Marty Kilsommons 1938-1939 1969-1972 Roger Kindel 1940-1942 Doug King 1960-1963 Domenik Klein 1968-1971 Mel Knight 1947-1949 Walter Kostyshyn 1934-1935 Richard Kraus Sam Lackaye Jim LaCorte Pete LaCorte Danny Lafelice Brian Laing Darius Lane Scott Langel Paul Lape Tom Larkin Dave Latimer Connor Laverty Steve Lavino Keon Lawrence John Leahy Roy Leath Reggie Lee Edward Leone

L

1948-1951 1970-1973 1972-1975 1936-1937 2004-2008 1999-2002 1977-1979 1972-1975 1942-1943 1948-1951 2012-2013 1971-1973 2009-2011 1990-1995 1995-1997 1949-1950 1936-1937


P

roster Francis Leone Pete Leone Thomas LeVerte Martin Liddy Thomas Liddy John Ligos Bill Loeffler Sam Loftin Marco Lokar Charley Lorenzo Khyiem Long Richie Long Henry Lynch KevinLynch

M

1938-1939 1936-1939 1947-1949 1924-1927 1929-1930 1949-1952 1952-1953 1978-1979 1989-1991 1954-1957 1985-1989 1953-1956 1908-1909 2013-present

TomMaayan 2012-present Gerry Mackey 1965-1968 Ed Mackiewicz 1978-1981 John Mackinowski1942-43/1946-48 Robert Madden 1935-1937 Bill Madigan 1930-1933 1928-1931 Edward Madjeski William Maguire 1909-1912 era Joseph Maher 1927-1929 James Major 1984-1988 1998-2002 Charles Manga StephaneManga 2013-present Paul Mansberry 1947-1948 John Markewicz 1935-1936 Angie Marotta 1958-1960 Ronnie Marra 1952-1954 Carl Marshall 2005-2007 Tony Massaro 1977-1981 Warren Maurer 1936-1937 George Mays 1949-1950 Gerald McAteer 1929-1930 Tom McCann 1919-1920 John McCarron 1942-1943 Francis McCarthy 1914-1915 Thomas McCarthy 1915-1918 Andre McCloud 1982-1986 Pat McCormack 1932-1933 Bill McCrea 1969-1971 Frank McCullough 1932-1933 John McDermott 1947-1948 Michael McDonnell 1916-1917 Mike McDonnell 1975-1977

Andrew McDonough 1905-1906 Butch McDonough 1919-1922 era Edward McDonough 1908-1909 George McDonough 1908-1910 Henry McDonough 1903-1904 Richard McDonough 1909-1910 William McFarland 1972-1973 Thomas McGann 1920-1922 Joe McGeer 1919-1922 era George McGovern 1922-1923 Ed McLaughlin 1941-1943 Mike McMahon 1962-1963 Jim McManus 1971-1972 Edward McNally 1935-1937 Jack McNally 1936-1937 John McNally 1934-1936 Joseph McNamara 1946-1947 Howard McNeil 1978-1982 Francis McQuade 1911-1916 era LeRoy McWilliams 1913-1914 Francis Meehan 1914-1919 era Bill Mello 1958-1959 Philip Meshinsky 1961-1963 Mani Messy 2003-2007 Ralph Mezza 1960-1961 Vinnie Michaels 1939-1942 Stephan Michevich 1926-1928 Jack Milani 1952-1953 Raymond Miles 1934-1935 Gordon Mills 1949-1950 Darrell Mims 1991-1994 Frank Minaya 1953-1955 Charley Mitchel 1963-1966 Robert Mitchell 2008-2010 Dan Mobbs 1977-1979 BrandonMobley 2011-present John Mongon 1929-1930 Rene Monteserin 1988-1990 Peter Mooney 1922-1923 Chuck Moore 1997-1998 Terry Morawski 1964-1965 Robert Morgan 1932-1933 John Morley 1934-1935 Robert Moroney 1946-1947 Chris Morrison 1993-1994 J.R. Morris 2002-2005 Marvin Morris 1982-1984 Mark Morrison 1996-1997

Greg Morton John Morton Glenn Mosley Ken Moss Bob Mulhern Daniel Mullin Tom Mullins Frank Mulquin John Mullvaney Marty Murphy Michael Murphy Mike Murray Nick Murray

1999-2003 1985-1989 1973-1977 1967-1970 1967-1970 1946-1948 1947-1948 1928-1930 1921-1923 1968-1970 1989-1990 1960-1963 1923-1924

N

Richard Nagel 1947-1948 Saul Nairdorf 1926-1927 1951-1955 Ron Nathanic 1909-1910 Arthur Neal Al Negretti 1940-42/1942-43 Martin Nelligan 1926-1927 1925-1928 Raymond Nelligan Julius Nicolai 1955-1958 Rob Ntiamoah 2004-2005 1911-1914 Thomas Nugent John Nuszer 1947-1948 Jamar Nutter 2004-2008

O

Aloysius O’Connor 1909-1912 era 1939-1940 Connie O’Donnell 1970-1972 Tom O’Donnell 1950-1953 Joseph O’Hare 1930-1931 Vincent O’Hare Anali Okoloji 2010-2011 Augustine Okosun 2007-2008 1958-1961 Ron Olender 2012-present BrianOliver 2009-2010 Melvyn Oliver 1957-1958 Bill Onder 1903-1904 Charles O’Neill 1936-1939 Frank Onorato 1914-1915 Alexander Ormsby 1979-1981 Ray Ortiz Stanley Ostaszewski  1934-1936 1925-1927 John Outwater 1929-1931 William Outwater

David Palmer Ben Pagliaroli Nick Parpan Denny Parvin George Pavlick Kelland Payton Frank Peloso Joseph Peplowski Hernan Perez Ed Petrie Bill Petrillo James Phelan Matt Piccinich Edward Pietranski Mike Pilgrim Bob Pine Kenneth Pine Robert Plocinik George Poelter Eniel Polynice Herb Pope Frank Porter Ken Powell Kashif Pratt Joseph Price Cyril Pruczinsky Harry Purcell Dave Putnam

R

Ramon Ramos John Ramsay Jose Rebimbas Richie Regan Russ Regan Tom Regan Gerry Reidy Charles Reilly Francis Reilly John Reilly Walter Reilly Al Reiss Harry Renner Francis Reynolds James Reynolds Martin Reynolds Arnie Ring Don Roberts Jeff Robinson Nate Rogers Walter Rouse Larry Rovelstad Jack Rowley Bill Runge John Ruthenberg Edward Ryan

2005-2006 1946-1947 1936-1941 1964-1965 1960-1962 1995-1997 1950-1952 1911-1913 2004-2005 1953-1956 1953-1956 1923-1926 1979-1981 1934-1936 2005-2006 1940-1941 1939-1942 1962-1965 1940-1941 2010-2011 2009-2012 1922-1923 1982-1984 2006-2007 1935-1936 1923-1928 1936-1940 1949-1951 1985-1989 1972-1975 1986-1990 1950-1953 1941-1942 1955-1956 1961-1964 1932-1936 1903-1904 1946-1949 1927-1928 1931-1932 1947-1949 1921-1924 1935-1939 1903-1904 1951-1955 1955-1958 2009-2011 1981-1985 1958-1960 1966-1969 1957-1960 1953-1956 1939-1942 1937-1941

Joseph Ryan Vince Ryan Art Ryniker Chris Rzonca

1923-1924 1955-1958 1936-1937 1972-1974

S

Ed Sadowski 1936-1940 Levell Sanders 1994-1998 Martin Salley 1984-1988 Phil Samuels 1956-1959 Carlos Sanchez 1991-1992 Conrad Sarkey 1913-1914 Frank Saul 1942-43/1946-49 Walter Saul 1942-1943 Gary Saunders 1998-2000 John Scavoni 1921-1922 Benjamin Scharnus 1940-1942 Steve Schoenhaus 1965-1968 Dawan Scott 1977-1978 John Sealey 1981-1983 Irv Segal 1930-1931 John Semerad 1976-1979 Al Senavitis 1959-1962 Mark Seymour 1964-1967 Ty Shine 1998-2002 Tchaka Shipp 1992-1994 Mergin Sina 1984-1986 JarenSina 2013-present Walter Singer 1946-1947 Harry Singleton 1927-1928 Tony Sisti 1947-1948 Edward Skeuse 1932-1935 Harry Slaton 1962-1965 Quinn Smith 1987-1988 Kyle Smyth 2012-2013 James Somers 1912-1917 era Bill Somerset 1965-1968 Bob Sparks 1966-1967 Bernard Stafford 1903-1904 John Stafford 1903-1904 Dan Stefankiewicz 1983-1984 Ray Studwell 1939-1942 Dick Stukenbroeker 1972-1975 William Sullivan 1916-1917 John Suminski 1966-1969 Golden Sunkett 1961-1964 Andre Sweet 2002-2005 Paul Szczech 1955-1958 John Tansil Noel Taylor Oliver Taylor Bayonne Taty EugeneTeague Charles Terrill Bill Terry

T

1979-1980 1955-1956 1989-1991 1995-1997 2012-present 1949-1952 1971-1974

Jordan Theodore 2008-2012 John Thurston 1968-1969 1903-1904 Charles Tichler Lou Toia 1942-1943 Marcus Toney-El 2000-2004 1927-1931 Michael Torpey Frank Torruella 1985-1986 Cliff Tracey 1974-1977 1952-1955 Charles Travers Clarence Trowbridge 1951-1953 1994-1995 Jerwaun Tuck Greg Tynes 1974-1978

V

Louis Varous Michael Vincent Bob Vogt Frantz Volcy

1949-1951 1939-1942 1983-1985 1986-1990

W

Daryll Walker 1985-1989 1990-1993 Jerry Walker 1958-1961 Ken Walker Mike Wall 1967-1970 1921-1924 Frank Walsh 2007-2009 Brandon Walters Bobby Wanzer 1942-43/1946-47 1961-1964 Nick Werkman 1964-1967 Richie Westover Phil Whitaker 1983-1986 2002-2006 Kelly Whitney 1987-1989 Pookey Wigington Kevin Wilkins 1999-2001 Donnell Williams 1994-1998 2011-2012 Freddie Wilson Gordon Winchester 1989-1992 Jamar Wise 2002-2004 1983-1984 Jim Wood 1969-1972 Ron Wood Les Wormach 1960-1963 1991-1993 Luther Wright 1964-1967 Vince Wright

Y

John Yablonski 1993-1997 1967-1970 Bill Young Clark Young 1978-80/1981-83 Frank Zazzaro Frank Zelesnik Tony Zaycek Ed Zdanewicz Chris Zier

Z

1973-1977 1971-1973 1936-1937 1929-1933 1968-1970

* Active players in Bold

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distinguished

Sacha Kljestan Craig Biggio, Former Professional Baseball Player, Houston Astros

Samuel Dalembert, Professional Basketball Player, Dallas Mavericks

Mark Bryant, Former Professional Basketball Player; Current NBA Assistant Coach, Oklahoma City

Robert Dubill, Executive Editor, USA Today

Honorable Brendan T. Byrne, Former Governor of New Jersey Richard “Rick” Cerone, Former Broadcaster, Baseball Network; Former Professional Baseball Player, New York Yankees, New York Mets, Cleveland Indians, Toronto Blue Jays, Boston Red Sox, Atlanta Braves, Milwaukee Brewers, Montreal Expos Raymond G. Chambers, Philanthropist, Chairman of the Amelior Foundation, Inc. Chris Christie (Seton Hall Law), Current Governor of New Jersey Joseph Clark, Former Principal, East Side High School (portrayed in the film Lean on Me); Consultant/Lecturer Ronald J. Cicenia (Carey), Actor

Jason Grilli 106 | Seton Hall Men’s Basketball

Chuck Connors, Actor, The Rifleman, Arrest and Trial, Cowboy in Africa and The Yellow Rose. Baseball career with the Brooklyn Dodgers and Chicago Cubs. Basketball career with the Boston Celtics

Richard Ensor, Commissioner, Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Jack Gallagher Jr., President, Drake Bakeries David B. Gerstein, President, Thermwell Products Company, Inc. Adrian Griffin, Current Lead Assistant Coach, Chicago Bulls, Former Professional Basketball Player Honorable Katherine J. Sweeney Hayden, Federal Court Judge, U.S. District Court of New Jersey John Hayes, Chief Marketing Officer, American Express Dulé Hill, Television Actor James “Jim” Hunter, Lead Radio Announcer, Baltimore Orioles Arturas Karnisovas, Assistant General Manager, Denver Nuggets, Former Professional Basketball Player Rimantas Kaukenas, Professional Basketball Player, Two-Time Olympian


ALUMNI

Bob Ley

Bill Raftery

Sacha Kljestan, Professional Soccer Player, Anderlecht (Belgian Professional League); U.S. Men’s National Team member George J. Kresge, “The Amazing Kreskin”, Magician Helen Lerner, Mega Millions Lottery Winner Bob Ley, Sports Broadcaster ESPN, ABC Matt Morris, Former Professional Baseball Player, St. Louis Cardinals, San Francisco Giants, Pittsburgh Pirates Bart S. Oates, Vice President, Gale & Wentworth, Inc.; Former Professional Football Player, New York Giants, San Francisco 49ers Honorable Donald M. Payne, U.S. Congressman (D-NJ) Bob Picozzi, Sports Broadcaster, ESPN

Richard J. “Dick” Vitale

Craig Biggio

Donald Skwar, Executive Editor/Sports, Boston Globe Kelly Smith, English International Women’s Soccer Star Congresswoman Ellen Tauscher, California Representative Andrew O. Valmon, Head Track and Field Coach, University of Maryland; Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Maurice “Mo” Vaughn, Former Professional Baseball Player, New York Mets, Anaheim Angels, Boston Red Sox E. Duke Vincent, Vice-Chairman, Spelling Television; Executive Producer, Spelling Television Shows (Beverly Hills 90210 and Melrose Place) Richard J. “Dick” Vitale, Sports Broadcaster, ESPN, ABC; NBA Hall of Famer

Bill Raftery, Sports Broadcaster, ESPN, CBS, Fox Sports 1

Max M. Weinberg, Former Music Director Late Night with Conan O’Brien; Drummer, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

Nicholas L. Ribis, President and CEO, Trump Hotels and Casino Resorts

Shana Williams, Professional Track Athlete; 1996 & 2000 United States Olympic Team Member

Thomas Sharkey, Chairman, Fleet Insurance Advisors

Robert J. Wussler, President and CEO, Ted Turner Pictures, LLC

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50 • Aaron Geramipoor

4 • Sterling Gibbs

15 • Hakeem Harris

13 • Haralds Karlis

14 • Kevin Lynch

1 • Tom Maayan

45 • Stephane Manga

2 • Brandon Mobley

2013-2014 Seton Hall University Men’s Basketball Roster 23 • Fuquan Edwin

31 • Travis Berry

33 • Patrik Auda

25 • Rashed Anthony

No. Name 1 Tom Maayan Brandon Mobley 2 Sterling Gibbs 4 Haralds Karlis 13 14 Kevin Lynch Hakeem Harris 15 21 Eugene Teague Brian Oliver 22 Fuquan Edwin 23 Rashed Anthony 25 30 Jaren Sina 31 Travis Berry 33 Patrik Auda 45 Stephane Manga 50 Aaron Geramipoor

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

Name No. Rashed Anthony 25 Patrik Auda 33 31 Travis Berry Fuquan Edwin 23 50 Aaron Geramipoor 4 Sterling Gibbs Hakeem Harris 15 Haralds Karlis 13 14 Kevin Lynch 1 Tom Maayan Stephane Manga 45 Brandon Mobley 2 22 Brian Oliver Jaren Sina 30 21 Eugene Teague

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

Numerical Roster Ht. 6-2 6-9 6-2 6-6 6-4 6-1 6-9 6-7 6-6 6-8 6-2 6-4 6-9 6-6 6-11

Wt. 175 215 185 210 190 190 270 225 215 225 180 185 235 230 245

Cl. Hometown (Previous School) So. Galil, Israel (Canarias Basketball Academy) Jr. Savannah, Ga. (St. John’s Military Academy - Wis.) R-So. Scotch Plains, N.J. (University of Texas) Jr. Riga, Latvia (Canarias Basketball Academy) Sr. Canton, Mass. (St. Sebastian’s School) Jr. Bergenfield, N.J. (Connors State) R-Sr. Vineland, N.J. (Southern Illinois University) R-Sr. Glassboro, N.J. (Georgia Tech) Sr. Paterson, N.J. (Paterson Catholic) Fr. Cordova, S.C. (Flora Macdonald Academy) Fr. Lake Hopatcong, N.J. (Gill St. Bernard’s) Fr. Elmont, N.Y. (Kent School (Conn.)) R-Jr. Brno, Czech Republic (Canarias Basketball Academy) Jr. Orleans, France (Monroe College) Sr. Manchester, England (Canarias Basketball Academy)

Alphabetical Roster Ht. 6-8 6-9 6-4 6-6 6-11 6-2 6-1 6-6 6-4 6-2 6-6 6-9 6-7 6-2 6-9

Wt. 225 235 185 215 245 185 190 210 190 175 230 215 225 180 270

Cl. Hometown (Previous School) Fr. Cordova, S.C. (Flora Macdonald Academy) R-Jr. Brno, Czech Republic (Canarias Basketball Academy) Fr. Elmont, N.Y. (Kent School (Conn.)) Sr. Paterson, N.J. (Paterson Catholic) Sr. Manchester, England (Canarias Basketball Academy) R-So. Scotch Plains, N.J. (University of Texas) Jr. Bergenfield, N.J. (Connors State) Jr. Riga, Latvia (Canarias Basketball Academy) Sr. Canton, Mass. (St. Sebastian’s School) So. Galil, Israel (Canarias Basketball Academy) Jr. Orleans, France (Monroe College) Jr. Savannah, Ga. (St. John’s Military Academy - Wis.) R-Sr. Glassboro, N.J. (Georgia Tech) Fr. Lake Hopatcong, N.J. (Gill St. Bernard’s) R-Sr. Vineland, N.J. (Southern Illinois University)

Head Coach – Kevin Willard (Pittsburgh ‘97) – Fourth Season; Associate Head Coach – Shaheen Holloway (Seton Hall ’00); Assistant Coaches – Fred Hill (Montclair State ‘81), Oliver Antigua (Pittsburgh ’98); Director of Basketball Operations – Grant Billmeier (Seton Hall ’07); Director of Player Development – Ryan Whalen (Saint Joseph’s ’08)

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22 • Brian Oliver

30 • Jaren Sina

21 • Eugene Teague

2013-14 Seton Hall Men's Basketball Media Guide  

2013-14 Seton Hall Men's Basketball Media Guide

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