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2011-12 SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL Schedule/Quick Facts ......................................2 2011-12 Roster ................................................3 2011-12 Preview ..........................................4-5 Saint Joseph’s Basketball ..............................6-9 Hagan Arena ..................................................10 Ramsay Basketball Center..............................11 Casciato Practice Facility................................12

COACHING STAFF Phil Martelli ............................................ 14-21 Mark Bass ................................................ 22-23 David Duda ..............................................24-25 Geoff Arnold ............................................26-27 Support Staff..................................................28 The Hawk ......................................................29 Directory/Facility Info ....................................30 2011-12 HAWKS Carl Jones ................................................32-33 Taylor Trevisan ........................................34-35 C.J. Aiken ..................................................36-37 Langston Galloway....................................38-39 Daryus Quarles ........................................40-41 Ronald Roberts, Jr.....................................42-43 Halil Kanacevic ..............................................44 Evan Maschmeyer..........................................45 Papa Ndao ....................................................46 Chris Wilson ..................................................47 2010-11 REVIEW Season Review/Accomplishments ....................50 Statistics ............................................................51 Results ..............................................................52 Points-Rebounds-Assists ..................................53 Game-by-Game Statistics ..................................54 Box Scores ................................................55-66 Atlantic 10 Standings/Honors ........................67 Atlantic 10 Statistics ......................................68

HISTORY SJU by the Numbers ................................70-71 Coaches ....................................................72-73 Retired Numbers ......................................74-75 Memorable Games ........................................76 Michael J. Hagan ‘85 Arena............................77 Fieldhouse/Hagan Arena................................78 Alumni Memorial Fieldhouse ........................79 The Palestra..............................................80-81 Indvidual Records ....................................82-83 Team Records ................................................84 Opponent/Career Records ............................85 Season/Game Bests ......................................86 Season/Career Bests ......................................87 1,000-Point Scorers ..................................88-92 Year-by-Year Leaders ................................93-95 All-Time Roster ........................................96-98 All-Time Numbers ..................................99-100 Honor Roll ............................................101-103 SJU Basketball Hall of Fame ........................104 Year-by-Year Records............................105-106 Year-by-Year Results ............................107-127 All-Time Series Results..........................128-134 Records vs. Division I Opponents ................134 In-Season Tournaments ........................135-136 Postseason Tournaments ............................137 Atlantic 10 Tournament History ..................138

NCAA Tournament History ..........................139 NCAA Tournament Boxscores ..............140-145 Postseason Records ....................................146 Philadelphia Big 5 ........................................147 Hawks and the Polls ....................................148 SJU in the Polls ............................................148 Coaches in the NBA......................................149 Hawks in the Draft ......................................150 Hawks in the Pros ........................................151 Assistant Coaches ........................................152 Athletic Hall of Fame ............................153-155 Big 5 Hall of Fame ........................................156 “The Perfect Season” ..................................157 Jameer Nelson ............................................158

THE UNIVERSITY Saint Joseph’s University ......................160-161 James J. Maguire ‘58 Campus ......................162 Philadelphia ................................................163 John W. Smithson ........................................164 Dr. Cary Anderson........................................165 Don DiJulia ..................................................166 Athletic Administration ........................167-168 Athletic Staff/Head Coaches ........................169 Educational Support Services ......................170 Sports Medicine .......................................... 171 Student-Athlete Services ............................172 SJU Tradition & Spirit ..................................173 All-Time Hawk Mascots................................174 MEDIA INFORMATION Atlantic 10 Conference ................................176 2011-12 Opponents/Tournaments ..............177 Saint Joseph’s Sports Network ....................178 Hawks Online ..............................................179 Hawks on TV ................................................180 Hawks on National Television ......................181 Media Coverage ..........................................182 Media Information ......................................183 Radio/TV Roster ..........................................184

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The 2011-12 Saint Joseph’s Men’s Basketball Media Guide is a publication of the Saint Joseph’s University Office of Athletic Communications. EDITING AND DESIGN Marie Wozniak

EDITORIAL ASSISTANCE Jack Jumper, Joe Greenwich and Chris Humbrecht RESEARCH John Saeger ‘08 ADDITIONAL ASSISTANCE Athletic Communications student assistants John Gibbons, Matt Grace, Leah Hansen, Kerry Horleman, Rachel Horton, Meghan Rafferty, Joe Schneyder, and Emily Schriner COVER DESIGNS Barbara Curran of BAC Design COVER AND INTERIOR PHOTOS Greg Carroccio/Sideline Photos, LLC OTHER PHOTOS NBAE/Getty Images; Fernando Medina/NBA Photos; Pacers Sports and Entertainment; NBAE/Sports Action Photography; Mark Campbell/UD Athletic Media Relations; Tony Bailey; Bob Coldwell; Greg McDermott; Daniel Burke Photography; Laird Bindrim; Brian Garfinkel; Greg Rust/Xavier University; Snap Shot Photo; S.R. Smith; Al Tielemans/Sports Illustrated SPECIAL THANKS TO: Cleveland Cavaliers; Dallas Mavericks; Eleanor Eichman; Los Angeles Athletic Club; Orlando Magic; NBA Photos; Philadelphia Daily News; Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia 76ers; Philadelphia Phillies; Pat McAvinue- Saint Joseph’s University Library; Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau PRINTING Pearl Pressman Liberty Communications Group, Philadelphia, Pa. ON THE FRONT COVER (Clockwise from left) Daryus Quarles, Carl Jones, C.J. Aiken, Langston Galloway and Ronald Roberts


2011-12 SCHEDULE

Day Friday Monday

Date November 11 November 14

Opponent at Western Kentucky SCRANTON (Exhibition)

TIME 8:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Thursday Friday Sunday

November 17 November 18 November 20

Charleston Classic (Charleston, S.C.) vs. Georgia Tech 8:00 p.m. TCN/ESPN3.com WIP 610 AM vs. Seton Hall or VCU 6:00/8:30 p.m. TCN WIP 610 AM TBA TBA WIP 610 AM (LSU, Northwestern, Tulsa, Western Kentucky)

Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Sunday Wednesday Saturday Saturday Wednesday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Saturday Wednesday Tuesday Friday Saturday Sunday

November 23 November 26 November 30 December 4 December 7 December 10 December 17 December 21 December 28 December 31 January 4 January 7 January 11 January 14 January 18 January 21 January 25 January 28 February 1 February 4 February 8 February 11 February 15 February 18 February 22 February 25 February 29 March 6 March 9 March 10 March 11

at Iona PENN STATE DREXEL at American BOSTON UNIVERSITY CREIGHTON VILLANOVA COPPIN STATE MORGAN STATE at Harvard at Duquesne CHARLOTTE FORDHAM at Massachusetts at Xavier at Penn (Palestra) DAYTON at Temple at Richmond LA SALLE (Palestra) SAINT LOUIS MASSACHUSETTS at Rhode Island at George Washington RICHMOND TEMPLE at St. Bonaventure Atlantic 10 First Round (campus sites) Atlantic 10 Quarterfinals (Boardwalk Hall) Atlantic 10 Semifinals (Boardwalk Hall) Atlantic 10 Finals (Boardwalk Hall)

7:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Noon 8:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. TBA 12/2:30/6:30/9 1/3:30 1:00 p.m.

TV

TCN TCN CBS SN

TCN TCN TCN TCN CSN TCN ESPNU CBS SNR CBS SN CBS

Radio WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM

WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM WIP 610 AM

Home games in CAPS at Hagan Arena unless noted; All times Eastern TV Key: CBS SN= CBS Sports Network; CBS SNR= CBS Sports Network - Regional; CSN= Comcast SportsNet (Pa.); TCN= The Comcast Network (Pa.) Audio streaming for all games on www.SJUHawks.com; See page 179 for video streaming schedule

2011-12 BASKETBALL QUICK FACTS

Location........................................................Philadelphia, PA 19131 Founded ....................................................................................1851 Enrollment ............................................4,600 (full-time undergrads) Denomination ..............................................Roman Catholic (Jesuit) Nickname ................................................................................Hawks Colors ....................................................................Crimson and Gray Athletic Affiliation ....................................................NCAA Division I Conference ......................................................................Atlantic 10 Home Arena............................................Michael J. Hagan ‘85 Arena Capacity ....................................................................................4,200 Interim President ......................................................John W. Smithson Associate Vice President/Director of Athletics ....................Don DiJulia 2010-11 Record ........................................................................11-22 2010-11 Atlantic 10 Conference Record (Place)..............4-12 (12th) Letterwinners Returning/Lost ......................................................6/4 Starters Returning/Lost................................................................4/1

Head Coach (alma mater) ..........................Phil Martelli (Widener, '76) Coach's Overall Record/Year ..............................300-209, 17th season Record at School/Year ................................................................ same Assistant Coaches ............Mark Bass (Saint Joseph’s ’96)- 13th season ..........................................David Duda (Spring Garden ‘88) - 6th season ........................................Geoff Arnold (Saint Joseph’s ‘86) - 4th season Director of Basketball Operations ......Rob Sullivan (Saint Joseph’s ‘06) Asst. AD/Communications (MBB Contact) ................Marie Wozniak Office Phone................................................................610-660-1727 Athletic Communications Fax ....................................610-660-1724 Email ..................................................................mwozniak@sju.edu Basketball Office ........................................................610-660-1706 Basketball Fax ............................................................610-660-1762 Press Row - Hagan Arena............................................610-660-2599 Athletics Website ..............................................www.sjuhawks.com

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2011-12 ROSTER NO.

0 1 5* 10 11 13 21 22 24 25* 32 35 41* NO.

1 5* 10 25* 35 21 41* 0 32 11 13 22 24

NAME

Evan Maschmeyer C.J. Aiken Christopher Coyne Langston Galloway Daryus Quarles Ronald Roberts, Jr. Halil Kanacevic Taylor Trevisan Chris Wilson Ryan Hess Papa Ndao Carl Jones Colin Kelly

NAME

C.J. Aiken Christopher Coyne Langston Galloway Ryan Hess Carl Jones Halil Kanacevic Colin Kelly Evan Maschmeyer Papa Ndao Daryus Quarles Ronald Roberts, Jr. Taylor Trevisan Chris Wilson

YR.

Fr. So. Jr. So. So. So. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. YR.

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

POS.

G F G G F F F G G G F G F

Pos.

F G G G G F F G F F F G G

NUMERICAL

HT.

6-3 6-9 6-2 6-2 6-6 6-8 6-8 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-8 5-11 6-5 HT.

WT.

200 200 174 200 190 215 260 200 210 181 220 160 205

HOMETOWN

Jeffersonville, Ind. Conshohocken, Pa. Brooklyn, N.Y. Baton Rouge, La. Paulsboro, N.J. Bayonne, N.J. Staten Island, N.Y. West Chester, Pa. Fayetteville, N.C. Westfield, N.J. Dakar, Senegal Garfield Heights, Ohio West Deptford, N.J.

ALPHABETICAL

6-9 6-2 6-2 6-2 5-11 6-8 6-5 6-3 6-8 6-6 6-8 6-2 6-3

WT.

200 174 200 181 160 260 205 200 220 190 215 200 210

HOMETOWN

Conshohocken, Pa. Brooklyn, N.Y. Baton Rouge, La. Westfield, N.J. Garfield Heights, Ohio Staten Island, N.Y. West Deptford, N.J. Jeffersonville, Ind. Dakar, Senegal Paulsboro, N.J. Bayonne, N.J. West Chester, Pa. Fayetteville, N.C.

* Will dress for home games only Head Coach:

Phil Martelli (Widener '76) - 17th year

Assistant Coaches: Mark Bass (Saint Joseph’s ‘95) - 13th year David Duda (Spring Garden ‘88) - 6th year Geoff Arnold (Saint Joseph’s 86) - 4th year Director of Basketball Operations: Rob Sullivan (Saint Joseph’s ‘06) Athletic Trainer: Bill Lukasiewicz (Springfield ‘88)

Pronunciation Guide

Halil Kanacevic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .huh-LILL CAN-uh-SEV-ick (Evan) Maschmeyer . . . . . . . . . . . .MASH-my-ERR (Papa) Ndao . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .now (Daryus) Quarles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .darius quarrels (Bill) Lukasiewicz . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Lu-KAZ-uh-WITZ

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HIGH SCHOOL

Jeffersonville Plymouth-Whitemarsh Xavier Christian Life Academy Paulsboro Saint Peter’s Prep Curtis Salesianum (Del.) Terry Sanford Westfield Montverde Academy (Fla.) Garfield Heights Gloucester Catholic HIGH SCHOOL

Plymouth-Whitemarsh Xavier Christian Life Academy Westfield Garfield Heights Curtis Gloucester Catholic Jeffersonville Montverde Academy (Fla.) Paulsboro Saint Peter’s Prep Salesianum (Del.) Terry Sanford


2011-12 PREVIEW The Saint Joseph's basketball team enters 2011-12 with a renewed sense of enthusiasm and confidence after posting a strong end to last year's campaign, while returning four starters from that team. With the youngest squad in the 16 years under coach Phil Martelli, last year's team suffered growing pains, but also showed an abundance of talent and athleticism that should return the Hawks to the Atlantic 10’s elite in future seasons. The young Hawks made an exciting late-season run that further solidified the promise for success in the near future, as they won four of the last six games and fell just three points short of a berth in the Atlantic 10 championship game. Although SJU ended the year with an 11-22 record, the Hawks went 6-5 down the stretch. "They were feeling good at the end of the year whether it was because of advancing to the A-10 semifinals, winning six of the last 11 games or just being more competitive,” said Martelli, now entering his 17th season at Saint Joseph's. “The sense I have is that it created a little bit of a swagger with the players. They weren't as defeated mentally or physically and we had a very good spring because of that.” "At the same time you can't be fooled into saying everything's all right because we made the semifinals,” said the coach. “We were a bounce away from not even going to the A10 Tournament. I'm well aware of that and have it locked in my memory." The Hawks will look to carry the momentum from that run into this season and should be strengthened by the internal competition that will be present daily. "I think there's a certain level of competition within the group that will bode well for depth,” said the coach, who is 10 victories away from surpassing the school's all-time career mark (309). “It will separate the men from the boys, so to speak. If they decide to not work in the summer, there's someone at their position who is going to work and move ahead of them. There is no separation where we can say this guy is head and shoulders above the next guy. I think if any guys stay the same, it won't be good enough because they'll get passed by their own teammates.” Carl Jones

Martelli feels that the Hawks' guard play was one of the keys to the late-season resurgence and Carl "Tay" Jones and Langston Galloway were the catalysts. The Hawks' leading scorer with 17.0 points per game, Jones spent most of his minutes at the point, and at the end of the year, was averaging almost 6.0 assists per game. He earned All-Big 5 Second Team honors and shared MVP honors with Galloway. The freshman averaged 12.8 points per game and scored in double figures 20 times to be named to the Atlantic 10 AllLangston Galloway Rookie Team and the Big 5 Rookie of the Year. The Hawks will continue to rely on Jones and Galloway this season and expect even more from the duo, which accounted for 45 percent of SJU’s scoring last year. "Tay has a lot of ways to score the ball, but has also shown that we can be successful when he's at the point,” said Martelli. “Plus, he's a third-year guy on a team that is relatively young.” "Langston had a good year. He has to get tighter with his ball handling and has to avoid the droughts that happened a few times. I want him to be even more of a complete guard. I thought he rebounded and defended well, but now he has to do that even better," said the coach. The backcourt will be strengthened with the arrival of Chris Wilson, a 6-3 point guard from Terry Sanford High School in North Carolina. Wilson, a two-time AP All-State selection, averaged 18.4 points and 5.7 assists as a senior, while guiding the team to a 27-3 record. During his career, Terry Sanford compiled an impressive 112-12 record, while reaching the Eastern Regional final three consecutive years. "Chris is a kid who thinks point guard, acts point guard, plays point guard and is a point guard through and through," said Martelli. "He has a great collegiate body. He is not going to run past anyone but he is going to think his way past everyone. He's going to make his teammates better because he's vocal and he has big-time winning team experience."

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2011-12 PREVIEW Daryus Quarles started all 33 games last season and put up double figures in a handful of games. The 6-6 sophomore gives the Hawks size on the wing along with good shooting range. Another newcomer in the backcourt is freshman Evan Maschmeyer. The 6-3 guard from Jeffersonville, Indiana, averaged 15.2 points and was an All-State selection as a senior at Jeffersonville High School. With the loss of senior starter Idris Hilliard, the Hawks' frontcourt will be very young, but one that holds great promise C.J. Aiken for this season and those to come. One of the more anticipated additions is transfer Halil Kanacevic, who came to Hawk Hill after a solid freshman year at Hofstra University, where he was a 2010 CAA All-Rookie selection. The 6-8 power forward, whom Martelli often called SJU's "best player in practice" last season while he sat out, will give the Hawks great versatility and leadership. "I think anyone who can say they had 18 points and 12 rebounds (in his first career game) at Kansas is a player. The coaches in the CAA told me that they were looking at Halil as a three-year All-League player. That means you're a quality player," said the coach. "I've been impressed with his cerebal nature. Although he's relatively young, he has an old player's game, an old player's mind and an old player's heart." Sophomore Ronald Roberts, Jr., was one of SJU's most exciting players last season, with an athletic ability that hasn't been seen on Hawk Hill in a while. Roberts started 11 of the last 12 games and gives SJU rebounding and an inside scoring presence. With his shot-blocking ability, sophomore C.J. Aiken established himself as one of the top defensive players in the nation. A starter in the first 18 games, he averaged 3.5 blocks per game, which was the third-best number in the nation. Aiken is more comfortable offensively on the perimeter and the 6-9 forward showed the ability to hit the three-pointer. Kanacevic should complement both players as he is productive with his back to the basket, but could also be one of SJU's best at feeding the post.

Also new to the fold is 6-8 freshman Papa Ndao, who redshirted last season after enrolling at SJU in January. Ndao practiced with the Hawks for the second semester and impressed Martelli. “The last 10 to 17 days of practice he was very good and he had an extraordinary work ethic in the spring and summer. Papa loves to be in the gym and the weight room. I know he can defend - we have to find out if he can score at this level." The Hawks will face a solid non-conference schedule, highlighted by an appearance in the Charleston Classic with 2011 Final Four participant VCU, Georgia Tech, LSU, Northwestern, Tulsa, Seton Hall and Western Kentucky in the tournament. Martelli wants to make sure that Saint Joseph's regains the homecourt advantage it's had for many years. "One of my main goals for this year is to recapture Hagan Arena. We have to do that by playing better basketball. We have to do that by embracing and encouraging our students to fill their seats. I appreciate the passion of our people. I understand their frustrations but they were no more frustrated or disappointed than I was and we're not going to let them down. I will not let them down." Preseason Notes

• The Hawks return four starters from last year's team which won six of the last 11 games and made a run to the Atlantic 10 Semifinals, falling just three points short of the championship game.

• Saint Joseph’s is again sporting one of the most youthful squads in school history. This year’s team is now the youngest under Phil Martelli, surpassing last season’s, which had just a combined 11 years of college experience. Martelli started four freshmen on 2010-11 opening day, which was his youngest starting lineup ever. SJU’s 10-player roster in 2011-12 has combined to play a total of 232 collegiate games, and four players have played less than five games each. • Phil Martelli needs 10 wins to become Saint Joseph's leader in career victories. He enters the season with 300 while current alltime leader Bill Ferguson registered 309 in 25 seasons (1928-53).

• Transfer Halil Kanacevic, who earned 2010 CAA All-Rookie honors while at Hofstra, will take to the court after sitting out last season and have three seasons of eligibility with the Hawks.

• Saint Joseph's will participate in the eight-team Charleston Classic (Nov. 17-20). The Hawks will open play against Georgia Tech and be joined by LSU, Northwestern, Seton Hall, Tulsa, VCU and Western Kentucky in the tournament. SJU will face Western Kentucky in the season opener (Nov. 11) for the second straight year. • Carl Jones has already amassed 842 points in his career and will be looking to become the 48th SJU player to score 1,000 points, and the first third-year player to do so since Ahmad Nivins achieved it in 2007-08.

• The Hawks were picked to finish seventh in the Atlantic 10 Preseason Poll. Carl Jones was named to the Preseason AllConference Third Team and C.J. Aiken was chosen to the Preseason All-Defensive Team.

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COACHING STAFF


PHIL MARTELLI Head Coach - 17th Season

• 2004 Consensus National Coach of the Year • • Four-time Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year • In 16 seasons as Saint Joseph’s University head coach, Phil Martelli has built a program that is consistently one of the top in the conference, a perennial post-season participant and a key player on the national scene, while earning his place among the top coaches in the school’s storied history. He enters his 27th year overall at SJU, including 10 seasons as an assistant coach. His 16-year career mark stands at 300-209, and he is nine victories away from tying the SJU record held by Bill Ferguson. Setting the school record for wins in a season (30) in 2004, Martelli has guided SJU to 20 or more victories six times in 16 seasons. He is 150-106 in Atlantic 10 play, which is the most conference wins for any active coach in the A-10. In 2010-11, Martelli guided the youngest squad in his career, which included three freshman starters. The Hawks made an exciting late-season run, earning a berth in the Atlantic 10 Tournament with a win in the final regular-season game, and won two games in the tourney to reach the semifinals. He reached two milestones with his 300th career victory (March 11) and his 150th conference win (March 5), while also coaching his 500th game and 250th A-10 contest.

Martelli’s 2009-10 squad went 11-20 coming off a 2008-09 season that saw the Hawks go 17-15 for his ninth consecutive winning season. Among the highlights of ‘08-09 was Ahmad Nivins earning AP Honorable Mention All-America honors and becoming the third Hawk in six years to garner the Atlantic 10’s Player of the Year Award. Nivins was chosen by the Dallas Mavericks in the 2009 NBA Draft, becoming the third player coached by Martelli to be drafted. The 2007-08 Hawks reached the Atlantic 10 championship game for the third time in four years and earned the program’s 19th bid to the NCAA Tournament and Martelli’s fifth. The 11th-seeded Hawks fell to sixth-seeded Oklahoma in the NCAA First Round, ending the year at 21-13. Martelli reached a significant milestone in 2006-07 when he surpassed Hall of Famer Jack Ramsay for second place on the school’s all-time list for wins, guiding a young squad to 18 victories. Martelli has also been at his best when it counts the most as his 17 postseason wins (6 NCAA, 11 NIT) are the most in school history, ahead of Ramsay’s 12. Martelli ranks first among Hawk coaches with

The Martelli File

Career Record: 300-209 (16 years) Atlantic 10 Record: 150-106 Postseason Record: 17-9 (overall); 6-5 (NCAA Tournament) Birthdate: August 31, 1954 Hometown: Media, Pa. Education: Widener University, 1976 Playing Career: Widener University, 1972-76 College Coaching Career: Head Coach, Saint Joseph’s University, July 20, 1995 to present; Assistant Coach, Saint Joseph’s, 1985-86 to 1994-95. Family: Wife, Judy; children - Phil, Jr., Jimmy, Elizabeth; daughters-in-law Meghan and Julie; grandson Philip Stephen

The Martelli Family – (left photo) Judy and Phil; (right photo) Philip Stephen, Meghan, Phil, Jr., Julie, Jimmy and Elizabeth

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PHIL MARTELLI

a .653 postseason winning Phil Martelli continues his climb up the percentage (17-9) and has charts, putting himself among the taken SJU to the postseason Hawks’ all-time winningest coaches. In in seven of the last 11 years, 2006-07, Martelli surpassed Naismith and nine times in his 16 sea- Basketball Hall of Famer Jack Ramsay and now ranks second in victories at sons. SJU. Entering the 2011-12 season he Martelli turned in anoth- needs just 10 victories to surpass Bill er top-notch coaching per- Ferguson and set the school record for formance in 2005-06. The coaching wins. Hawks went from a 10-12 Hawk Coaches by Victories record in February to win YRS W L the final five games of the 1. Bill Ferguson 25 309 208 regular season and three 2. Phil Martelli 16 300 209 straight in the conference 3. Jack Ramsay 11 234 72 9 151 114 tournament to reach the 4. Jim Boyle 8 144 77 Atlantic 10 championship 5. Jack McKinney for the second year in a row, falling just one point short of the title. The Hawks were rewarded with their sixth consecutive postseason bid, but saw the season come to an end in the NIT second round, closing with a 19-14 mark. Martelli’s effort was similar to the previous season where he turned in perhaps a more remarkable coaching job than in 2003-04 when he was the consensus National Coach of the Year. Faced with the loss of two NBA first-round draft picks from the ‘03-04 squad that went 30-2, the 2004-05 Hawks struggled early on, but Martelli reworked the team’s style of play to guide SJU to 21 wins in the calendar year of 2005 to finish 24-12. Saint Joseph’s posted the conference’s best record (14-2) and won its fifth straight regular-season title to tie the league record. The Hawks garnered the top seed in the conference tournament for the second year in a row and reached the championship game. He was named the Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year for the second straight season and the fourth time in his career. The Hawks earned their fifth consecutive postseason bid and made an exciting six-game run in the NIT, falling on a last-second shot in the championship game. It marked the second time in his career that he guided SJU to the NIT title game.

MARTELLI’S MARKS YEAR 1995-96 1996-97

OVERALL W L PCT 19 13 .594 26 7 .788

W 9 13

ATLANTIC 10 L PCT FINISH 7 .562 3rd East 3 .812 1st East

1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04

11 12 13 26 19 23 30

17 18 16 7 12 7 2

.393 .400 .448 .788 .613 .767 1.000

3 5 7 14 12 12 16

13 11 9 2 4 4 0

.187 .312 .437 .875 .750 .750 1.000

5th East 5th East-t 4th East 1st 1st East-t 1st East 1st East

2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 TOTALS

24 19 18 21 17 11 11 300

12 14 14 13 15 20 22 209

.667 .575 .562 .617 .530 .354 .333 .589

14 9 9 9 9 5 4 150

2 7 7 7 7 11 12 106

.875 .562 .562 .562 .562 .312 .250 .608

1st East 5th 6th 4th-t 5th 11th-t 12th

Phil Martelli’s commitment to Saint Joseph’s has been equaled by the University’s commitment to him. Prior to the 2008-09 season, the University extended Martelli’s contract through the 2015-16 season.

Martelli served as the head coach of the 2005 USA Under-21 World Championship Team, which competed at the FIBA U21 World Championship in Argentina, earning a fifth-place finish. He had previously worked with USA Basketball as an assistant coach for the USA’s gold-medal winning teams at both the 2001 FIBA World Championship for Young Men and the 1998 Goodwill Games.

FINAL AP POSTSEASON RANKING NIT Runner-up NCAA Sweet 16 #12 Atlantic 10 Champion

NCAA 2nd Round NIT 2nd Round NCAA 1st Round NCAA Elite Eight

#22 #5

NIT Runner-up NIT 2nd Round NCAA 1st Round

5 NCAA, 4 NIT (17-9 record)

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HIGH AP RANKING #12

#18 #10 #25 #1

COACH OF THE YEAR HONORS Big 5 Atlantic 10, District, Eastern, Big 5

Atlantic 10, Eastern District, Eastern National, Atlantic 10, Big 5, District, Eastern Atlantic 10


PHIL MARTELLI

Phil Martelli and Jameer Nelson collected all of the national Coach of the Year and Player of the Year Awards in 2004. The climax of the whirlwind awards tour was Nelson capturing the John R. Wooden Award and having the opportunity to meet coaching legend John Wooden at the awards ceremony in Los Angeles.

Philadelphia, and was named the Team of the Year by the Philadelphia Sportswriters Association. One of the more colorful coaches in the nation, Martelli’s personality, wit and accessibility have always made him a media favorite. His popularity grew to an even higher level in 2004, as the Hawks remained unbeaten and the coach was besieged by media requests from all over the country. Martelli remained as accommodating as ever and the Saint Joseph’s story was well-documented by the Philadelphia press and told by countless media outlets nationwide. He continues to be called on for his analysis of games and issues and was an in-studio guest for the Turner Networks coverage of the 2011 NCAA Tournament. Martelli also added a new title to his résumé, that of "author." The coach co-wrote a book, "Don't Call Me Coach: A Lesson Plan for Life" with Harold Gullan, Ph.D, which was published in the fall of 2007. Martelli’s commitment to Saint Joseph’s is equaled by the University’s commitment to him. The coach agreed to a new contract prior to the 2003-04 season that would extend his tenure through 2009-10 campaign. Following the thrilling run in ‘03-04, the University extended the coach’s contract through the 2011-12 season. That commitment was taken a step further when, prior to the start of 2008-09, Martelli’s contract was extended through 2015-16. Martelli is not only passionate for coaching, but also for his work in the community. He is currently the chair of the Coaches vs. Cancer National Council as well as the co-chair of the Philadelphia chapter of that organization, as the city’s coaches have become one of the top

In 2003-04, Martelli guided a focused and unselfish squad that became the most compelling story in college basketball. The Hawks went undefeated in the regular season, reached the pinnacle as the top-ranked team in the nation and earned the school’s first-ever number-one seed in the NCAA Tournament, advancing to the Elite Eight. Jameer Nelson was the consensus National Player of the MARTELLI’S ACCOLADES Year and, along with teammate Delonte West, was a first-round selection in the NBA 2010 Draft. The Hawks became the first team since Honorary Doctorate, Immaculata University 1990-91 to go through the regular season without a loss (27-0). SJU opened the season 2007 ranked 12th in the polls and moved up Montgomery County Coaches Hall of Fame throughout the year, taking the top spot on Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame March 8, 2004, for the first time ever. SJU fin2006 ished fifth for its highest final ranking since Honorary Doctorate, Cabrini College 1966. It was a school-record fourth straight Kennedy-Kenrick High School Hall of Fame season, and fifth in Martelli’s tenure, that the Hawks were ranked in the AP poll. 2005 Martelli guided SJU to its fourth NCAA Head Coach, USA Basketball appearance in nine seasons, and its first back(U21 World Championship Team) to-back berths since 1982. The top-seeded Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year Hawks reached the Elite Eight for the first time since 1981 before falling to Oklahoma 2004 State in a heartbreaker, 64-62. Consensus National Coach of the Year He joined Nelson to sweep the National • Associated Press Coach of the Year Coach and Player of the Year awards, marking • Naismith Coach of the Year one of the few times in history that the top player and coach were from the same school. • Adolph F. Rupp Cup (Coach of the Year) Martelli won the 2004 Naismith Award, the • CBS/Chevrolet Coach of the Year Henry Iba Award (USBWA), the inaugural • Hank Iba Award (USBWA Coach of the Year) Adolph Rupp Cup, the Coach of the Year • NABC Co-Coach of the Year awards from both the Associated Press and Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year CBS/Chevrolet, and the NABC Co-Coach of USBWA District Coach of the Year the Year award. He was the Atlantic 10 Coach Eastern College Coach of the Year of the Year for the third time and a repeat (Herb Good Club) winner of the Harry Litwack Big 5 Coach of the Year award. Eastern Basketball Coach of the Year During that season, the Hawks also won Honorary Doctorate, Widener University their second outright Big 5 title under March of Dimes “Citizen of the Year” Martelli and their fourth straight Atlantic 10 Archdiocese of Philadelphia CYO Hall of Fame regular season crown. The squad was the recipient of the prestigious Wanamaker Award, given to the team or athlete which brings the greatest credit to the city of

2003

USBWA District Coach of the Year Eastern College Coach of the Year (Herb Good Club)

2001

Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year Eastern College Coach of the Year (Herb Good Club) Assistant Coach with USA Basketball (World Championship for Young Men)

2000

Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame, Delaware County Chapter

1998

Widener University Outstanding Alumnus Assistant Coach, USA Basketball, Goodwill Games (Gold Medal) Archdiocese of Philadelphia Catholic School Hall of Fame

1997

Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year Eastern College Coach of the Year (Herb Good Club) Philadelphia Big 5 Co-Coach of the Year USBWA District Coach of the Year NABC District Coach of the Year Basketball Times District Coach of the Year Eastern Basketball District Coach of the Year Grand Marshal, Phila. Columbus Day Parade

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Philadelphia Big 5 Coach of the Year

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fundraising groups in the country. The Philadelphia coaches were honored at the 2004 NCAA Final Four with the Coaches vs. Cancer Champion Award presented by the National Association of Basketball Coaches and with the Community Service Award from the Philadelphia Sports Congress. The coach has received numerous honors for his community work, highlighted by three honorary degrees. Martelli’s alma mater, Widener University, bestowed upon him one of its highest honors on May 15, 2004 with an honorary doctorate in public service for his “altruistic work in the community and his positive influence as a teacher, coach and role model.” On May 21, 2006, he addressed the graduates of Cabrini College and received an honorary doctor of humane letters degree in recognition of his “extraordinary career and service to the community.” And in 2010, Martelli gave the commencement address at Immaculata University, while receiving a doctorate of humane letters. He was also named the “Citizen of the Year” by the March of Dimes in 2004, was inducted into the CYO Hall of Fame for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, and honored by the National Adoption Center to name a few. In 2006, Martelli was inducted into the Hall of Fame at Kennedy-Kenrick High School (formerly Bishop Kenrick), where he coached. Martelli views himself as an ambassador for the University and takes the role very seriously. He is one of the most sought-after public speakers in Philadelphia, with an appeal that stretches even further outside the area. Making countless appearances year-round, he finds the time for many organizations, no matter how large or small. Martelli has served as the honorary chairperson for the Centennial celebration of Ken-Crest, the largest community-based service provider for children and adults with disabilities in Southeastern Pennsylvania and Delaware. He shows his commitment to the game of basketball by serving on numerous committees. He is the third vice president on the the Board of Directors of the National Basketball Coaches Association and serves on the NCAA Ethics Coalition. A voter for the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll, Martelli also served on the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Academic Enhancement Group. After 10 years as an assistant at SJU, Martelli was named the 14th coach in school history on July 20, 1995, and was just the third non-alumnus to follow in the storied tradition of Hawk coaches. Martelli burst onto the scene in 1995-96 and took SJU to the NIT Championship game as a rookie head coach, becoming just the fifth firstyear head coach to take a team to the tournament’s Final Four since the field expanded to 32 teams in 1980. Martelli led the ‘95-96 Hawks, which had lost the school’s all-time leading scorer and a 1,000-point, 1,000-rebound performer, to a 19-13 record, tying him for third place with Jim Lynam (1978-79) for victories by a first-year SJU coach. Expectations for 1996-97 were for a winning cam-

Martelli the Author

In 2007, Phil Martelli added a new title to his résumé - that of “author.” He came out with his first book, entitled Don’t Call Me Coach: A Lesson Plan for Life. The book is co-written by the Martelli and Harold Gullan, Ph.D. In the book, Martelli passes on what he has learned from his own rich experience, which includes over 30 years of coaching at the high school and college levels. One of America’s most colorful, outspoken, and successful coaches, Martelli compresses his three decades of experience into a 10-point “lesson plan for life” that will benefit anyone, no matter what those challenges may be. He speaks equally to teachers, parents, educators, and business executives – in short, to anyone who plays the role of coach in daily life. Gullan, a noted historian and sports fan, is also the author of The Upset That Wasn’t, Faith of Our Mothers, First Fathers, and Jumping Through Hoops. The book, which includes a foreword by former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, was published by Camino Books of Philadelphia (www.caminobooks.com). paign. And after a disheartening season-opening rout at Duke (89-60) in the first round of the Preseason NIT, Martelli and his charges regrouped and turned in one of the best seasons in the program's history. The team's accomplishments, most of which have now been surpassed by the ‘03-04 team, included a then-record-tying 26 wins (seven losses), and a final national ranking of 12th by the Associated Press and 17th by CNN/USA Today. The squad also put together a 10-game winning streak and three wins over Top 25 teams while winning both the Atlantic 10 regular season and tournament titles. The Hawks advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 before suffering a loss to defending national champion Kentucky. With the team's success came individual accolades for the second-year coach. He garnered Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year honors as well as being named District Coach of the Year by the USBWA, NABC, Eastern Basketball and Basketball Times. Martelli was also named the Eastern College Coach of the Year and was the co-recipient of the Big 5 award. Martelli's third year at the helm was a true test of his character. The season started with the loss of one of his key players to academics and two highly-touted recruits to NCAA initial eligibility rules. Despite the depleted lineup, the coach kept his team competitive throughout the season, as the Hawks struggled to find wins while facing one of the most demanding schedules in school history. They totaled 11 wins, but the "never say die" spirit of SJU was evidenced by the team holding leads over five nationally-ranked teams late in the second half. In 1998-99, the Hawk mentor faced perhaps his toughest challenge as a head coach, guiding a team that started a school-record four newcomers through a tough non-conference slate and the always imposing A-10 battles. Martelli and SJU got off to a strong start, defeating No. 21 Tennessee and winning the Cable Car Classic en route to a 9-7 record at mid-January. Youth finally caught up to the Hawks, however, as the team experienced a nine-game losing streak and finished the season with a 12-18 overall mark. The 1999-2000 season included many highlights as the coach guided the team to a stunning 62-59 win over then-No. 5 Temple at The Palestra on February 29. It was Martelli’s first win over Temple

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and the program’s first win over a Top 5 team since February, 1984 (No. 2 DePaul). The team’s 13-16 record was deceiving as the Hawks played a schedule ranked 32nd toughest in the nation. Picked by most as a middle-of-the-pack Atlantic 10 team in 200001, SJU started strong, posting a 7-3 record in its first 10 games, and finished even stronger, going 14-2 in the conference to win the single division A-10 regular season title. Overall, the Hawks again tied the school-record for wins, compiling a 26-7 mark. The team moved into the Top 25 in both major polls in February, and was ranked in the final polls (No. 22 AP; No. 24 ESPN/USA Today). Despite its ranking, and the presence of one of the nation’s finest backcourts in junior Marvin O’Connor and National Freshman of the Year Jameer Nelson, SJU earned an at-large bid but only a number-nine seed. The Hawks responded by downing eighth-seeded Georgia Tech, 66-62, in the first round of the West Regional in San Diego. The team then showed its true mettle, battling top seed Stanford in one of the most exciting games of the NCAA Tournament before falling, 90-83. As in 1996-97, Martelli picked up much-deserved hardware following the season. He was named Coach of the Year by the Atlantic 10, NABC (District III) and Philadelphia’s Basketball Writers (Eastern College Coach of the Year). Nationally, he was a finalist for the national Coach of the Year by ESPN the Magazine and also a finalist for the Naismith College Basketball Coach of the Year award. In the 2001-02 preseason, the Hawks were ranked as high as eighth by Sports Illustrated and 10th by both major polls. SJU stayed in the polls until mid-December when three straight losses (North Carolina, Georgia State and Gonzaga), all coinciding with an injury to All-American guard O’Connor, saw the team fall from the rankings. Saint Joseph’s rebounded to post a 19-12 record, share the A-10 East title for Martelli’s third regular-season crown, and earn its fourth postseason bid in seven years (NIT). In 2002-03, after graduating four fifth-year seniors that compiled over 5,000 points and 2,200 rebounds, the Hawks were picked to be in the middle of the A-10 East Division. With arguably the nation’s best point guard in the fold in Nelson, Martelli built the team around defense and perimeter play. The plan worked as SJU went on to lead the nation in field goal percentage defense (.372) and ranked seventh in scoring defense (59.5 ppg). The team cracked the national polls in February and ended the season with its third straight A-10 regular season title, second NCAA at-large bid in three seasons and a 23-7 record, despite a late-season injury to Delonte West. Off the court, Martelli’s lighter side has been featured weekly on his HawkTalk television show, which has run for 15 seasons as the most unique coach’s show in the nation, with a “Tonight Show” format. Game highlights are included, but are secondary to the jokes and humorous interviews. Named the best coach’s show in college basketball by The Sporting News in 2001, HawkTalk gained a much greater audience in its third year (1998-99), with its move to Comcast SportsNet, Philadelphia's regional all-sports station. The show’s viewer base grew even more in 2003-04, when national net-

work CBS College Sports aired the show for five years. A four-time Atlantic 10 (1997, 2000, 2004, 2005) and four-time USBWA District Coach of the Year (1997, 2001, 2003, 2004), Martelli is one of just three Hawk coaches to record 200 career wins, posting his milestone victory against Buffalo on March 19, 2005. A 1976 graduate of Widener University, Martelli began his career on Hawk Hill with SJU's 1985-86 team, which reached the NCAA Tournament. In his decade as an assistant, he was part of the Hawks’ NIT teams in 1992-93 and 1994-95. Prior to his arrival at SJU, Martelli spent seven years as head basketball coach at Bishop Kenrick High School in Norristown, Pa. At Kenrick, he led his team to six straight Catholic League playoff appearances, a school record, and still owns the school's all-time mark for wins with 108. His best season came in 1982, when he was named prep Coach of the Year by both the Philadelphia Inquirer and Philadelphia Daily News. He earned similar honors in both 1980 and 1982 for Montgomery County from the Norristown Times-Herald. Martelli began his career as the junior varsity coach at Cardinal O'Hara High in Springfield, Pa., for the 1976-77 season. He moved on the following year to become an assistant at his alma mater, where he helped guide Widener to the NCAA Division III Final Four. After that season, he accepted the head job at Kenrick. As a player, he was part of Widener’s NCAA Tournament teams in both 1974-75 and 1975-76, serving as team co-captain as a senior. The point guard also set the school's single season and career assist marks. Martelli and his wife, Judy, a former basketball player with the national champion Immaculata College teams in the 1970s, have three children. Phil, Jr., a 2003 SJU graduate, is an assistant basketball coach at Niagara University, Jimmy is an assistant coach at Rutgers University, and Elizabeth is a 2009 graduate of Saint Joseph’s. The couple has a grandson, Philip Stephen, who was born to Phil, Jr., and wife Meghan in October 2009.

MARTELLI’S MILESTONES

1st Win December 2, 1995 – Saint Joseph’s 64, Delaware 56 50th Win January 14, 1998 – Saint Joseph’s 55, St. Bonaventure 50 100th Win February 10, 2001 – Saint Joseph’s 78, St. Bonaventure 76 150th Win November 14, 2003 – #17 Saint Joseph’s 73, #10 Gonzaga 66 200th Win March 19, 2005 – Saint Joseph’s 55, Buffalo 50 235th Win (moved into second place on all-time victory list) February 4, 2007 – Saint Joseph’s 71, Dayton 65 250th Win January 19, 2008 - Saint Joseph’s 82, Penn 42 300th Win March 11, 2011 – Saint Joseph’s 93, Duquesne 90 (ot) 100th Atlantic 10 Win February 12, 2005 – Saint Joseph’s 69, Temple 57 150th Atlantic 10 Win March 5, 2011 – Saint Joseph’s 71, Charlotte 70 500th Game Coached February 13, 2011 – Saint Joseph’s 76, Fordham 70 250th Atlantic 10 Game Coached February 13, 2011 – Saint Joseph’s 76, Fordham 70 Highest National Ranking March 8, 2004 – #1 Associated Press; #1 ESPN/USA Today

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MARTELLI vs. ALL OPPONENTS

One of the most heartwarming stories of 2010-11 was Martelli making good on his promise to Lenny Martelli (no relation), who had been paralyzed in a snowboarding accident the previous year. Phil told Lenny that when he was able to walk again, they would walk together onto the court for a game. Lenny joined Phil at the Xavier game, earning a standing ovation from the Hagan Arena crowd and the Saint Joseph’s and Xavier teams.

PHIL IN THE POSTSEASON

17-9* overall record (6-5 NCAA; 11-4 NIT) YEAR 1996

1997 2001 2002 2003 2004

2005

2006 2008

TOURN./ROUND NIT NIT NIT NIT Semifinals NIT Final NCAA 1st Round NCAA 2nd Round NCAA Reg. Semi. NCAA 1st Round NCAA 2nd Round NIT 1st Round NIT 2nd Round NCAA 1st Round NCAA 1st Round NCAA 2nd Round NCAA Reg. Semifinal NCAA Reg. Final NIT Opening Round NIT 1st Round NIT 2nd Round NIT Quarterfinals NIT Semifinals NIT Final NIT 1st Round NIT 2nd Round NCAA 1st Round

RESULT SJU 82, Iona 78 SJU 82, Providence 62 SJU 76, Rhode Island 59 SJU 74, Alabama 69 (0T) Nebraska 60, SJU 56 SJU 75, Pacific 65 SJU 81, Boston College 77 (2OT) Kentucky 83, SJU 68 SJU 66, Georgia Tech 62 Stanford 90, SJU 83 SJU 73, George Mason 64 Ball State 76, SJU 54 Auburn 65, SJU 63 (OT) SJU 82, LIberty 63 SJU 70, Texas Tech 65 SJU 84, Wake Forest 80 Oklahoma St. 64, SJU 62 SJU 53, Hofstra 44 SJU 55, Buffalo 50 SJU 68, Holy Cross 60 SJU 58, Texas A&M 51 SJU 70, Memphis 58 South Carolina 60, SJU 57 SJU 71, Rutgers 62 Hofstra 77, SJU 75 (OT) Oklahoma 72, SJU 64

Opponent Record Streak Akron 2-0 W2 Alabama 1-1 L1 UAB 0-1 L1 American-P.R. 1-0 W1 Austin Peay 1-0 W1 Ball State 2-1 W2 Bellarmine 1-0 W1 Boston College 4-0 W4 Boston University 5-1 L1 Bucknell 2-2 W1 Buffalo 1-0 W1 California 1-0 W1 UC-Santa Barbara 1-0 W1 UC-Davis 1-0 W1 Canisius 1-0 W1 Charlotte 4-3 W1 Chattanooga 1-1 L1 Colorado 2-0 W2 Cornell 1-1 L1 Creighton 0-3 L3 Davidson 2-0 W2 Dayton 9-13 L2 Delaware 6-0 W6 DePaul 1-2 L2 Drexel 10-4 L1 Duke 0-1 L1 Duquesne 15-4 W1 East Carolina 0-2 L2 Eastern Washington 0-1 L1 Fairfield 6-0 W6 Fairleigh Dickinson 2-0 W2 Fordham 23-3 W5 George Mason 1-0 W1 George Washington 13-10 W1 Georgia State 0-1 L1 Georgia Tech 1-0 W1 Gonzaga 2-3 L2 Harvard 1-0 W1 Hofstra 1-2 L2 Holy Cross 3-1 W2 Indiana 1-0 W1 Iona 1-0 W1 Kansas 1-1 W1 Kentucky 0-1 L1 Lafayette 3-0 W3 La Salle 14-7 L1 Lehigh 2-0 W2 Liberty 1-0 W1 Long Beach State 1-0 W1 Louisville 0-1 L1 Loyola (Md.) 0-1 L1 Massachusetts 15-15 L1

* school record for wins and winning percentage

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Opponent Record Streak Memphis 1-0 W1 Minnesota 0-2 L2 Mississippi 0-1 L1 Mississippi State 1-0 W1 Nebraska 0-1 L1 New Mexico 1-0 W1 Norfolk State 1-0 W1 North Carolina 0-1 L1 Ohio 0-1 L1 Ohio State 0-2 L2 Oklahoma 0-1 L1 Oklahoma State 0-1 L1 Old Dominion 4-3 L1 Pacific 2-1 W1 Penn 12-5 L1 Penn State 1-2 L1 Princeton 1-3 L3 Providence 1-0 W1 Purdue 0-1 L1 Rhode Island 17-12 L3 Richmond 8-5 L3 Rider 1-1 L1 Rutgers 3-1 W3 St. Bonaventure 25-4 W2 Saint Louis 2-5 L5 Saint Mary’s 2-0 W2 Saint Peter’s 1-0 W1 San Francisco 2-1 L1 Seton Hall 0-1 L1 Siena 2-2 W1 South Carolina 1-2 L1 South Carolina State 1-0 W1 Stanford 0-1 L1 Syracuse 0-2 L2 Temple 16-22 L9 Tennessee 1-1 W1 Texas 0-1 L1 Texas A&M 1-0 W1 Texas Christian 1-0 W1 Texas-El Paso 1-0 W1 Texas Tech 1-0 W1 Towson 2-0 W2 Tulsa 1-2 L2 Vanderbilt 0-1 L1 Villanova 3-11 L3 Virginia Tech 2-3 L1 Western Carolina 1-0 W1 Western Kentucky 2-1 L1 Wisconsin-Green Bay 1-0 W1 Wyoming 1-0 W1 Xavier 9-15 L3


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Phil Martelli joined friend Geno Auriemma, the head women’s coach at Connecticut, at Auriemma’s induction into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame on September 8, 2006. The duo coached together at Bishop Kenrick High School when Martelli was the head coach there early in his career. Auriemma also spent a year at Saint Joseph’s, as an assistant with the women’s basketball team.

Martelli received his third honorary doctorate in six years when he gave the Commencement Address at Immaculata University in 2010. His alma mater, Widener University, had bestowed the honor upon him in 2004, while he also received an honorary degree in 2006 from Cabrini College.

Martelli coached the 2005 USA Men’s Under 21 World Championship Team at the FIBA U21 World Championship in Argentina in August, 2005.

The 2004 winner of the Adolph Rupp Cup as the nation’s top coach, Martelli was called upon to present the award to the 2006 Coach of the Year, Roy Williams of North Carolina at the 2006 Final Four in Indianapolis.

Martelli faced a unique situation in 2010-11, as he coached against one of his sons for the first time when the Hawks played Rutgers. The elder Martelli greets son Jimmy prior to the game, which was a 76-70 Saint Joseph’s win. His oldest son, Phil, Jr., is currently an assistant coach at the University of Delaware, after stints at Manhattan and Niagara.

Martelli and good friend Fran Dunphy of Temple serve as the co-chairs of the Philadelphia chapter of Coaches vs. Cancer. The Philadelphia coaches have become one of the highest fundraising groups in the country.

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MARK BASS Assistant Coach 13th Season

Mark Bass, one of the most prolific shooters in Saint Joseph's history, is the veteran among the Hawks’ assistant coaches, and is now entering his 13th season at his alma mater. He is the second longest tenured assistant coach in SJU men’s basketball history, behind Dan Kenney, who was an assistant for 17 seasons (1953 to 1970). Bass joined the Hawks' staff in 1999-2000 and has been involved with teams that made six consecutive post-season appearances and won five Atlantic 10 regular-season titles. Nine years after he led the Hawks to the NIT Final as a player in 1996, Bass again helped SJU reach New York City and the NIT Final as a coach in 2005. In 2005, Bass was honored with the William J. Bennett Memorial Award, recognizing dedication and loyalty to the Saint Joseph's men's basketball program. He was a co-recipient of the award with then-fellow staff member Monté Ross. A fiery leader on the court, and two-year team captain, Bass led the Hawks to the NIT Finals in his senior season, 1995-96, and ranked second on the team with his average of 14.3 points per game. He connected for school records of 91 3-pointers and 268 attempts, season marks which were later eclipsed by Pat Carroll in 2005. A Second Team All-Big 5 selection, Bass made 225 3-pointers during his career from 1992-96, a total that now ranks fifth on the Hawks’ all-time list. As a freshman, the guard led the Atlantic 10 Conference in free throw percentage with a school-record 86.9 percent, a mark which was just

broken by Langston Galloway in 2011-12 (88.7). Bass also led the A-10 in 3-point percentage as a junior (.423), making him just the second Saint Joseph’s player to lead the league in two different categories. In 2001, Bass became the first member of the 1996 NIT Finalist team to be inducted into the Saint Joseph's Basketball Hall of Fame. Upon graduation he played one season of professional basketball with the Tianjin Breakers in the Chinese Professional League in 199697. Following that, he served two seasons (1997-99) as an assistant coach under Max Good at Maine Central Institute, helping guide the team to back-to-back New England Prep School Championships, including a perfect 35-0 season in 1997-98. A 1991 graduate of McCorristin High School in New Jersey and native of Trenton, Bass was named the Mercer County Player of the Year as a senior and set the all-time scoring record with 1,482 points in his career. He played for one year at Maine Central Institute, helping the squad to a 27-1 record with the lone loss coming in the New England Prep School Championship game. Bass, who was inducted into the Mercer County CYO Hall of Fame in November, 2004, resides with his wife, Tracie, and son, Noel, in Lawnside, N.J.

The Bass Family – Mark, Tracie and Noel

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DAVID DUDA Assistant Coach 6th Season

David Duda is now in his sixth season with the Hawks after a highly successful head coaching career in the Division III ranks. At SJU, Duda was instrumental in the development of 2009 Atlantic 10 Player of the Year Ahmad Nivins, who was selected by the Dallas Mavericks in the second round of the 2009 NBA Draft. Duda came to SJU in 2006 after eight years as head coach at Widener University, where he compiled a 143-68 record, with two Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth championships and three trips to the NCAA Division III Tournament. He also served as Widener’s athletic director from 2003 to 2006, overseeing the operation of the University’s athletics program with 20 varsity teams. Widener enjoyed its greatest success under his leadership in 2005-06, when the team finished 23-6, won the Commonwealth Conference regular-season title and made the school’s first NCAA Sweet 16 appearance since 1987. Duda earned Coach of the Year honors for both the Commonwealth Conference and the NABC MidAtlantic Region. Duda led the Pioneers to a record-breaking 24-4 season in 199900 and was recognized as MAC Coach of the Year. A 1988 graduate of Spring Garden College, where he was a twotime honorable mention All-American, Duda began his coaching career as the top assistant to Herb Magee at Philadelphia University. During those seven seasons the Rams had their most successful peri-

od in school history, and Philadelphia University was the winningest Division II school in the country during that span with a 171-35 record. He moved on to be the head coach at Delaware Valley College in 1997 for two seasons. Duda turned around a team which had been 023, leading it to a 12-12 mark for the first non-losing season in 11 years. He earned the Freedom Conference Coach of the Year award in 1998. His career coaching record in 10 seasons is 159-99. Duda’s connection with the Hawks’ head coach dates back to 1981 when he played for Martelli on the varsity team at Bishop Kenrick High School (1981-84). Duda lives in Collegeville, Pa., with his wife Barbara and children, Danielle and David.

The Duda family – David, Barbara, Danielle and David

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GEOFF ARNOLD Assistant Coach 4th Season

Geoff Arnold enters his fourth year on Phil Martelli’s staff after rejoining his alma mater for the 2008-09 season. The 1986 graduate of Saint Joseph’s is now in his second tenure as an assistant coach, giving him a total of seven years on the Hawks’ staff. Prior to making his return to Saint Joseph’s, Arnold was the associate head coach at Drexel University for seven years. While there, he was instrumental in the Dragons’ recruiting efforts that helped them reach the postseason four times in seven seasons, including a 23-9 record in 2006-07. The 1986 SJU graduate previously served as an assistant coach with the Hawks from 1993 to 1996. That stint included one year with Martelli, who was in his first season (1995-96) as head coach. During that season, the Hawks went 26-6 and reached the NIT Championship game. Arnold left Saint Joseph’s in 1997 to join former Hawk teammate Bruiser Flint at the University of Massachusetts, serving on Flint’s staff for five years. He then returned to Philadelphia in 2001 when Flint was named head coach at Drexel. Arnold, originally from Sharon Hill, Pa. and Darby Township High School, was a senior tri-captain for the 1985-86 Saint Joseph’s team

that won the Atlantic 10 Championship, recorded 26 wins and earned a bid to the NCAA Tournament. During his senior season, which was Martelli’s first as an assistant coach at SJU, he averaged 8.9 points and led the team with 134 assists. He was inducted into the Saint Joseph’s Basketball Hall of Fame in 1992. Upon graduation from Saint Joseph’s, Arnold played for the Wildwood Aces of the United States Basketball League and then served as an assistant coach for one season. After one year out of basketball, he became a full-time assistant with the Hawks in 1992-93, working on John Griffin’s staff for three seasons. He is the uncle of Hawk sophomore Langston Galloway. Arnold and his wife, Stephanie, reside in Philadelphia with their daughter, Gabrielle Tryce.

The Arnold family – Geoff, Gabrielle and Stephanie

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SUPPORT STAFF

Rob Sullivan

DIRECTOR OF BASKETBALL OPERATIONS

Rob Sullivan is in his sixth year as director of men’s basketball operations. He oversees various adminstrative duties with the program, including travel, summer camp, activities and community service projects, while acting as a liaison between the program and the Hawk Hoop Club. Sullivan had a three-year playing career at SJU, earning a spot on the team as a walk-on in his sophomore year. Sullivan was part of the SJU teams which compiled a 73-28 record in those three years, while advancing to the NCAA Elite Eight in 2004 and finishing as the runnerup in the 2005 NIT. The native of Philadelphia was honored by SJU with the Daniel J. Cummins, Jr. Memorial Award for spirit in 2005 and the William Bennett Memorial Award for dedication and loyalty in 2006. Over the years, he has served as an instructor and counselor at the basketball camps for SJU, his alma mater La Salle College High School, and the Future Stars Basketball Academy. Sullivan, who graduated from Saint Joseph’s in 2006 with a degree in food marketing, received mention on both the SJU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and the Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll while an undergraduate.

Clare Ariano

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Clare Ariano has served as the administrative assistant for men’s basketball at Saint Joseph’s since 1984, working behind the scenes to help ensure the program’s continued success. Aside from her day-to-day duties with the basketball program, Ariano assists head coach Phil Martelli in scheduling his numerous speaking engagements and charitable efforts. She is also active with Coaches vs. Cancer and serves on the planning committee for the annual “BasketBall,” a black-tie gala event. In 2005, Ariano was inducted into the Saint Joseph’s Men’s Basketball Hall of Fame, becoming the seventh non-player in school history to earn the honor. Ariano and her husband, Nick, reside in Lansdowne, Pa. They have two daughters, Alexis and Danielle.

Bill Lukasiewicz HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER

Bill Lukasiewicz is in his 13th year with the Saint Joseph’s sports medicine department, and now in his sixth year as head athletic trainer. Lukasiewicz works directly with the Hawks’ men’s basketball team. A certified athletic trainer, Lukasiewicz worked at Newtown Square Physical Therapy before coming to SJU. He also held positions with Providence College, the Boston Celtics, Cabrini College and ACT Physical Therapy. A 1988 graduate of Springfield College (Mass.), he earned his master’s degree in kinesiology with a concentration in sports medicine from Temple University in 1992. The Barrington, R.I., native and his wife, Amy, reside in Havertown, Pa., with their sons, Cole and Reed.

Fr. Bruce Bidinger TEAM CHAPLAIN

Fr. Bruce Bidinger, S.J., is in his sixth year back on Hawks’ bench as team chaplain. He returned to Saint Joseph’s in 2006-07 after four years away while serving as president of St. Joseph’s Preparatory School in Philadelphia. Fr. Bidinger currently serves as director of the Haub School of Business Advising Center at the University. Fr. Bidinger was one of Hawk Hill’s more popular figures during his first tenure from 1996-2002. He first served as Director of Campus Ministry, overseeing that department’s growth before moving to become SJU’s first vice president for ministry and mission, a position that he held for two years before taking over at The Prep. He was also the chaplain for the Hawks’ basketball team for several seasons. Fr. Bidinger also spent five years as principal of Scranton Prep, where he also taught chemistry. He taught science at St. Joseph’s Prep, Georgetown Prep and Loyola Blakefield in Baltimore. Fr. Bidinger has also served on the boards of several institutions, including Saint Joseph’s University, St. Joseph’s Prep and Loyola High School in Baltimore. A native of South Jersey, Fr. Bidinger holds a bachelor’s degree from Loyola College, a master’s of divinity from the Weston School of Theology and a professional diploma in educational administration from Fordham University.

Michael Kehoe

GRADUATE ASSISTANT/ VIDEO COORDINATOR

Michael Kehoe is in his second season as Saint Joseph’s graduate assistant/video coordinator. He is responsible for video editing and film exchange. A 2009 SJU graduate with a degree in psychology, Kehoe was a team manager for four seasons, serving the final two as the Hawks’

Spencer Westemeier Manager

Brendan Martin Manager

head manager. For the 2009-10 season, he worked as the video intern with the Philadelphia 76ers. A native of Norristown, Pa., and nephew of Phil Martelli, Kehoe is currently pursuing his master’s degree from Saint Joseph’s in secondary education/mathematics.

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THE HAWK One of the most famous mascots in college sports, the Saint Joseph’s Hawk has been flapping its wings for 56 years. The Hawk, which celebrated its golden anniversary in 2005-06, is best known for staying in constant motion by flapping its wings throughout every basketball game and representing the Saint Joseph’s motto, “The Hawk Will Never Die.” Jim Brennan originated the idea for a hawk as mascot during the 1954-55 season. Brennan, an ex-Marine and SJU cheerleader, at first wanted to secure an actual hawk, but later switched to the costume idea. The student government raised the 120 dollars needed to buy the initial costume, which Brennan donned for three years. He made his debut as the Hawk on January 4, 1956, a 69-56 win over La Salle at the Palestra. Since then, and including this season, a total of 31 SJU students have donned the costume. The Hawk has not missed a men’s basketball game since that first season in 1955-56. There have been two women to serve as the mascot - Sara Brennan, in 2000-01 and Brienne Ryan in 2009-10. In addition to the constant flapping, the Hawk is also recognized by its “flying” in figure eights around the court during timeouts. Years ago, ESPN used a “flap-o-meter” on the national telecast of a Saint Joseph’s game to estimate that the Hawk flaps its wings 3,500 times during a regulation game. The Hawk is unique because it is one of the few mascots in the nation that travels to every game, and the student who holds the position gains a tuition scholarship. The student, who is selected through an interview process during the previous spring semester, also serves as a team manager for the men’s basketball team and travels with the squad. The most decorated mascot in the country, The Hawk has garnered numerous accolades in its 50-year history. The Sporting News, Sports Illustrated, Sports Illustrated for Kids, Street & Smith’s Basketball Yearbook and ESPN College Basketball magazine have selected it as the nation’s top mascot. Eastern Basketball tabbed The Hawk as the Atlantic 10 Conference’s best mascot, while The Hawk won a “Best of Philly” award from Philadelphia Magazine in 2003-04. The Hawk was selected as a 2008 nominee for the Mascot Hall of Fame. Saint Joseph’s athletic teams have been recognized with the nickname “Hawks” since 1929. At that time, the school’s yearbook editor, Charlie Dunn, initiated a contest among the student body for a symbol. More than 100 submissions were narrowed to two, with “Hawks” winning out over “Grenadiers” (World War I soldiers who specialized in tossing grenades) by a slim margin in the final vote.

John Gallagher ‘31, a catcher on the Saint Joseph’s baseball team, submitted the winning suggestion. He won a sweater with a special Saint Joseph’s monogram for selecting the winning name. According to the Student Annual, the nickname was appropriate because it typified “the fighting spirit of our crimson and gray athletes and it is suggestive of the aerial attack which has made our football team famous.” Ironically, football was discontinued at Saint Joseph’s following the 1939 season. But it has been the connection with the storied tradition of the Saint Joseph’s men’s and women’s basketball programs that has given The Hawk mascot its prominence on the national level, making it one of the most recognized mascots in college athletics. (Complete list of all-time Hawk mascots on page 174)

Joe Mreczko THE HAWK

Joe Mreczko will serve as the Saint Joseph's Hawk mascot for the 2011-12 season. He is the 34th student to represent the University as its mascot in the 56th year of one of college basketball's most famous traditions. A senior food marketing major from Staten Island, N.Y., Mreczko served as a manager for the SJU women's basketball teams for the past two seasons, and was

the Hawk mascot in 2009-10. On campus, he is the vice president of professional events for Saint Joseph's Food Marketing Association. He was also instrumental in the planning of "Hawk Hysteria,” the student event that tipped off this year's basketball season. A graduate of St. Joseph's By the Sea High School, he previously worked as the mascot for the Staten Island Yankees.

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DIRECTORY/FACILITY INFO

SAINT JOSEPH’S ATHLETIC DIRECTORY

Associate Vice President/Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . .Don DiJulia ddijulia@sju.edu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .610-660-1707 Assistant Vice President/Athletic Business Affairs . . . . .Jim Brown jbrown@sju.edu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .610-660-1726 Associate Athletic Director/Varsity Programs . . . . . .Renie Shields & Director of Compliance shields@sju.edu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .610-660-2584 Asst. Vice President/Athletic Development . . . . . . . . .Katie Shields kshields@sju.edu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .610-660-1231 Associate AD/Marketing & Corporate Partnerships . . .Tim Curran tcurran@sju.ed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .610-660-1702 Associate Athletic Director/Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Al Pendleton alp2@sju.edu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .610-660-3292 Assistant Athletic Director/Communications . . . . . .Marie Wozniak mwozniak@sju.edu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .610-660-1727 Assistant Athletic Director/Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Joe DeLacy jdelacy@sju.edu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .610-660-1720 Assistant Athletic Director/Recreation . . . . . . . . . . .Corey Shannon cshannon@sju.edu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .610-660-3052 Director of Sports Medicine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Lori Rafferty lraffert@sju.edu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .610-660-1699 Director of Educational Support Services . . . . . . . . . . .Janet Greder jgreder@sju.edu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .610-660-1728 University Switchboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .610-660-1000 Athletics Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .610-660-1707 Athletics Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .610-660-1716 Athletic Communications Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .610-660-1724 Address: 5600 City Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19131 University Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.sju.edu Athletics Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.sjuhawks.com

MICHAEL J. HAGAN ‘85 ARENA

(GPS Address: 2450-2451 N. 54th St., Philadelphia, PA 19131)

From the North: N.J. Turnpike to Exit 6 (Pa. Turnpike connector). Follow Pa. Turnpike to Exit 326 (Rte. 476). Follow 476 South to I-76 East, towards Philadelphia. Follow I-76 East to Exit 339 (Rte. 1, City Avenue). Follow two miles to SJU. From the East: (Using either the Ben Franklin Bridge, via I-676, or the Walt Whitman Bridge.) Follow I-76 West to Exit 339 (Rte. 1, City Avenue). Follow two miles to SJU.

From the South: I-95 North to 476 North. Follow 476 North to Exit 5 (Rte. 1). Follow Rte. 1 North to SJU, approximately 10 miles. From the West: Pa. Turnpike to Exit 326 (Valley Forge). Follow I-76 East, toward Philadelphia, to Exit 339 (Rte. 1, City Avenue). Follow two miles to SJU. From the Airport: 291 East to I-76 West towards Valley Forge. Follow I-76 West to Exit 339 (Rte. 1, City Avenue). Follow two miles to SJU.

THE PALESTRA (selected games) University of Pennsylvania 215 S. 33rd St. Philadelphia, PA 19104

From the North: Take I-95 South to the I-676/Center City Exit. Follow signs to I-676 West. Take I-676 West until I-76 East and follow to the 30th St. Station Exit. Turn right at the end of the exit ramp onto Arch St. Follow Arch St. around and merge right onto John F. Kennedy Blvd. Merge right onto Market St. Turn left onto 34th to enter campus.

For the South: Take I-95 North to the I-676 Center City Exit which is approximately 7 miles north of the airport. Follow I-676 West until I -76 East. Follow I-76 East to the 30th St. Station Exit. Turn right at the end of the exit ramp onto Arch St. Follow Arch St. around and merge right onto John F. Kennedy Blvd. Merge right onto Market St. Turn left onto 34th St. to enter campus.

From I-76 West: Take I-76 West to the 30th St. Station Exit. Make a left at Market St. Take Market St. to 34th St. and turn left onto 34th St. to enter campus.

TICKET INFORMATION 888-SJU-HAWK or 610-660-1712 Email: tickets@sju.edu www.sjuhawks.com

From I-76 East: Take I-76 East to the 30th St. Station Exit. Turn right at the end of the exit ramp onto Arch St. Follow Arch St. around and merge right onto John F. Kennedy Blvd. Merge right onto Market St. Turn left onto 34th St. to enter campus.

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2011‐12
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CARL
JONES

Career
Game‐by‐Game

2010‐11

Junior
• Guard
• 5‐11
• 160 Garfield
Heights,
Ohio
 Garfield
Heights
High
School 2011‐12
Preseason
Atlantic
10
All‐Conference
 Third
Team
 2010‐11:
All‐Big
5
Second
Team
selection...
SJU’s
leading scorer
 with
 17.0
 points
 per
 game
 while
 ranking
 sixth
 in the
Atlantic
10...
Named
the
Hawks'
Co‐MVP,
sharing
the John
 P.
 Hilferty
 Award
 with
 Langston
 Galloway... Averaged
a
team‐high
3.4
assists
per
game...
Tallied
double
figures
in
all
but
three
contests, while
reaching
20‐plus
points
on
11
occasions...
Shot
74.7
percent
from
the
foul
line...
His total
of
545
points
ranks
17th
among
the
Hawks’
all‐time
single‐season
bests...
Scored
28 points
and
had
seven
assists
in
A‐10
win
over
Duquesne,
going
7‐for‐13
from
the
field
and 12‐for‐15
 from
 the
 foul
 line...
 Netted
 19
 points
 at
 Charlotte
 as
 Hawks
 earned
 an
 A‐10 Tournament
berth...
Scored
a
game‐high
25
points
vs.
Rhode
Island...
Had
a
game‐high
23 points
 against
 George
 Washington...
 Had
 11
 points
 and
 seven
 assists
 against
 Duquesne... Scored
 a
 team‐high
 17
 points
 and
 grabbed
 seven
 rebounds
 in
 win
 over
 Siena...
 Had
 21 points
and
career‐high
seven
assists
at
BU...
Scored
a
team‐high
17
points
at
Creighton... Posted
 a
 career‐high
 29
 points
 against
 Minnesota...
 Tallied
 24
 points
 against
 Princeton... Had
a
team‐high
19
points
at
Villanova...
Scored
20
points
against
Drexel...
Scored
21
points in
win
over
Rutgers...
Went
11‐for‐12
from
the
foul
line
en
route
to
16
points
vs.
Norfolk State...
Missed
one
game
(UMass
on
Feb.
5)
with
a
sprained
ankle. 2009‐10: Played
 in
 all
 31
 games
 his
 rookie CAREER
HIGHS season...
Averaged
9.6
points
per
game,
hit‐ ting
 double
 figures
 13
 times...
 Scored
 16 PTS: 29
vs.
Minnesota
(12/8/10) points
in
win
over
La
Salle...
Had
16
points REB: 8
vs.
Temple
(2/20/10) and
 eight
 rebounds
 against
 Temple... AST: 7
(3x)
last
vs.
Duquesne
(3/11/11) Scored
 12
 points
 against
 Richmond...
 Hit FGM: 9
at
Princeton
(12/5/10) FGA:
19
vs.
Minnesota
(12/8/10) four
 3‐pointers
 to
 score
 16
 points
 in
 win 3FGM: 5
vs.
Minnesota
(12/8/10) over
 Penn...
 Tallied
 15
 points
 in
 win
 over 3FGA: 11
vs.
Minnesota
(12/8/10) Fordham...
Poured
in
a
team‐high
17
points FTM: 12
vs.
Duquesne
(3/11/11) and
 picked
 up
 five
 rebounds
 and
 three FTA:
17 at
Boston
Univ.
(12/21/10) assists
against
Princeton...
Scored
13
points BLK:
1
(2x)
last
vs.
Siena
(12/31/10)
 and
had
two
assists
in
win
over
Lehigh...
Hit STL: 4
at
Fairfield
(11/23/10) three
3‐pointers
en
route
to
16
points
with TO:
6
vs.
Duquesne
(3/11/11) two
 assists
 and
 two
 steals
 against MIN: 44
vs.
Duquesne
(3/11/11) Villanova...
Named
Atlantic
10
Rookie
of
the Week
on
Nov.
22,
averaging
17.0
points
and
3.5
rebounds
in
victories
over
Boston
College and
Holy
Cross...
Scored
16
points,
had
two
assists,
and
four
rebounds
in
win
over
Boston... Posted
 game‐high
 18
 points
 in
 victory
 over
 Holy
 Cross...
 Scored
 13
 points
 and
 had
 two rebounds
in
win
over
Drexel.

MIN Western
Kentucky* 27 Penn
State 29 Norfolk
State* 21 Fairfield* 30 Rutgers* 34 Drexel* 33 Villanova* 35 Princeton* 31 Minnesota* 38 Creighton* 33 Boston
University* 34 Holy
Cross* 33 Siena* 36 Duquesne* 35 George
Washington* 38 Dayton* 34 Saint
Louis* 25 Rhode
Island* 37 Penn* 35 La
Salle* 36 Temple* 36 Richmond* 39 Massachusetts Fordham* 34 Xavier* 32 Temple* 30 Massachusetts* 28 St.
Bonaventure* 37 Richmond* 37 Charlotte* 40 G.
Washington
(A‐10) 38 Duquesne*
(A‐10) 44 Dayton*
(A‐10) 37

FG‐A 3PT‐A FT‐A OR DR 4‐12 0‐3 9‐10 1 2 4‐12 1‐4 1‐2 1 2 2‐7 1‐3 11‐12 0 3 4‐10 1‐5 4‐4 0 0 6‐13 2‐5 7‐10 1 2 8‐17 1‐2 3‐6 1 1 8‐16 2‐7 1‐1 0 5 9‐14 4‐5 2‐2 0 3 8‐19 5‐11 8‐9 0 5 6‐14 2‐4 3‐3 0 1 4‐14 2‐7 11‐17 2 1 4‐13 1‐2 0‐1 0 2 5‐16 1‐4 6‐8 2 5 2‐9 0‐2 7‐10 0 5 8‐17 3‐6 4‐7 0 0 6‐13 2‐4 5‐6 0 4 3‐9 2‐2 2‐4 1 1 7‐15 4‐9 7‐8 0 4 1‐7 1‐3 9‐13 0 1 8‐16 4‐9 4‐7 0 0 7‐13 1‐3 4‐5 1 0 7‐16 1‐3 6‐7 1 2 INJURED 4‐9 4‐8 3‐4 0 0 1‐8 1‐4 3‐4 0 2 5‐9 1‐2 0‐0 0 1 1‐6 0‐3 6‐6 0 1 4‐7 2‐3 10‐13 0 0 6‐13 1‐4 5‐9 1 4 6‐15 2‐6 5‐8 0 2 4‐8 0‐3 4‐6 0 6 7‐13 2‐4 12‐15 1 6 4‐16 0‐6 3‐4 0 0

TR 3 3 3 0 3 2 5 3 5 1 3 2 7 5 0 4 2 4 1 0 1 3

F 1 2 3 1 3 2 1 2 3 3 1 0 2 1 2 2 2 4 1 0 2 1

A 1 5 2 2 1 0 1 3 6 3 7 3 4 7 4 3 2 3 4 3 3 3

TO 2 5 0 3 4 2 4 3 1 2 1 1 2 2 3 3 2 5 3 1 0 4

BL 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S 0 1 0 4 0 2 0 3 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 0 3 1 1 0 1

PTS 17 10 16 13 21 20 19 24 29 17 21 9 17 11 23 19 10 25 12 24 19 21

0 2 1 1 0 5 2 6 7 0

1 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 3 2

6 2 4 2 6 1 6 1 7 5

0 3 3 1 2 4 1 3 6 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 2 0 3 1 3 0

15 6 11 8 20 18 19 12 28 11

2009‐10

FG‐A 3PT‐A FT‐A OR 2‐8 0‐4 9‐12 0 6‐11 1‐3 5‐7 0 4‐9 3‐4 5‐6 1 1‐9 1‐3 2‐4 0 1‐7 0‐5 0‐0 0 1‐3 1‐3 0‐0 0 3‐6 1‐3 1‐2 0 5‐10 3‐6 3‐3 0 3‐8 0‐3 2‐4 1 3‐8 2‐4 5‐6 0 3‐8
 1‐4
 2‐5
 0 6‐13 1‐5 4‐5 0 2‐7 0‐3 4‐5 0 3‐5 2‐4 7‐9 0 2‐8 0‐2 2‐2 0 0‐5 0‐3 0‐0 0 1‐5 1‐5 5‐6 1 1‐5 1‐2 0‐0 0 5‐10 4‐6 2‐4 1 4‐9 3‐4 0‐0 0 1‐11 0‐3 1‐1 0 3‐7 1‐3 5‐7 1 3‐7 0‐2 3‐4 0 1‐6 0‐1 0‐0 0 3‐4 1‐2 0‐1 0 2‐7 0‐3 4‐5 2 4‐10 2‐5 6‐7 0 2‐8 1‐4 0‐0 0 3‐7 1‐2 2‐2 1 5‐8 2‐5 4‐4 1 5‐10 1‐3 4‐6 0

TR 2 3 4 6 5 0 0 0 3 0 2
 5 0 2 1 1 4 0 2 0 1 2 1 2 5 3 8 0 3 3 2

F 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 3
 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 3 1 3 0 1 0 3

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

BL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

S PTS 1 13 0 18 0 16 0 5 0 2 0 3 2 8 2 16 0 8 1 13 1
 9
 0 17 0 8 1 15 0 6 1 0 2 8 0 3 0 16 2 11 3 3 1 12 0 9 1 2 0 7 1 8 0 16 0 5 0 9 1 16 0 15

Drexel Holy
Cross Boston
College Purdue DePaul Rider Cornell Villanova Minnesota Lehigh Siena Princeton Temple Fordham Rhode
Island St.
Bonaventure Towson Dayton Penn Massachusetts Duquesne Richmond St.
Bonaventure Saint
Louis Massachusetts Xavier Temple Charlotte George
Washington La
Salle Rhode
Island
(A‐10)

MIN 31 25 25 21 14 11 19 24 22 20 23
 27 21 21 17 10 16 15 17 21 16 20 16 11 19 24 32 15 18 23 23

DR 2 3 3 6 5 0 0 0 2 0 2 5 0 2 1 1 3 0 1 0 1 1 1 2 5 1 8 0 2 2 2

*
Denotes
start

High
 School/Personal:
 Averaged
 25.0
 points,
 4.0
 rebounds
 and
 6.7
 assists
 for
 Garfield Heights...
Was
the
2009
Northern
Ohio
Player
of
the
Year...
All‐Ohio
First
Team
selection... Also
averaged
4.1
steals
per
game
his
senior
year...
Scored
45
points
in
one
game
against Strongsville...
 Averaged
 24.4
 points
 and
 6.0
 assists
 as
 a
 junior...
 Earned
 All‐Ohio
 Second Team
honors
and
was
the
conference’s
Player
of
the
Year
his
junior
season...
Nickname
is "Tay"...

Sports
marketing
major...
Born
February
26,
1991.

JONES’
CAREER
STATISTICS YEAR 2009‐10 2010‐11 Totals

GP‐GS 31‐0 32‐30 63‐30

MIN‐AVG 614‐
19.8 1086‐
33.9 1700‐
27.0

FG‐FGA 88‐239 163‐396 251‐635

PCT .368 .412 .395

3FG‐A 34‐109 54‐146 88‐255

PCT .312 .370 .345

FT‐FTA 87‐117 165‐221 252‐338

PCT .744 .747 .746

REB‐AVG 70‐
2.3 84‐
2.6 154‐
2.4

PF‐D 27‐0 57‐0 84‐0

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AST 44 110 154

TO 36 78 114

BL 0 2 2

ST 20 36 56

PTS‐AVG 297‐9.6 545‐
17.0 842‐
13.4


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 TREVISAN


TAYLOR
TREVISAN

Career
Game‐by‐Game

2010‐11

Junior
• Guard
• 6‐2
• 200 West
Chester,
Pa.

 Salesianum
School
(Del.) Earned
 a
 scholarship
 for
 this
 season
 after
 joining
 the squad
as
a
walk‐on
in
2010‐11.
 2010‐11:
 Team's
 lone
 walk‐on
 who
 appeared
 in
 four games...
Co‐recipient
of
the
Daniel
J.
Cummins
Award
for spirit...
Had
a
season‐high
five
points
in
just
one
minute against
24th‐ranked
Xavier...
Notched
an
assist
against
UMass.


MIN Western
Kentucky Penn
State Norfolk
State Fairfield Rutgers Drexel Villanova Princeton Minnesota Creighton Boston
University Holy
Cross Siena Duquesne George
Washington Dayton Saint
Louis Rhode
Island Penn La
Salle Temple 1 Richmond Massachusetts Fordham Xavier 1 Temple Massachusetts 2 St.
Bonaventure 1 Richmond Charlotte G.
Washington
(A‐10) Duquesne
(A‐10) Dayton
(A‐10)

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F A TO BL S PTS

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1 1 0 0 0 0

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High
School/Personal:
All‐Conference
First
Team
selection
while
at
Salesianum
High
School in
Delaware...
Captained
the
team
as
a
senior
and
averaged
15.0
points
per
game...
Earned Honorable
Mention
on
the
All‐State
Team...
Was
a
varsity
starter
his
junior
year...
Sports marketing
major...
Birthdate
is
May
22,
1991.

CAREER
HIGHS

PTS:
5
vs.
Xavier
(2/16/11) REB:
2
vs.
Xavier
(2/16/11) AST:
1
vs.
Massachusetts
(2/23/11) FGM:
1
vs.
Xavier
(2/16/11) FGA:
1
vs.
Temple
(1/29/11) 3FGM:
‐
‐
 3FGA:
1
vs.
Temple
(1/29/11) FTM:
3
vs.
Xavier
(2/16/11) FTA:
5 vs.
Xavier
(2/16/11) BLK:
‐
‐
 STL:
‐
‐
 TO:
‐
‐
 MIN:
2
vs.
Massachusetts
(2/23/11)

TREVISAN’S
CAREER
STATISTICS YEAR 2010‐11

GP‐GS 4‐0

MIN‐AVG 5‐
1.3

FG‐FGA 1‐2

PCT .500

3FG‐A 0‐1

PCT .000

FT‐FTA 3‐5

PCT .600

REB‐AVG PF‐D 4‐
1.0 2‐0

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AST 1

TO 0

BL 0

ST 0

PTS‐AVG 5‐
1.3


1
• 1
 AIKEN


C.J.
AIKEN

Career
Game‐by‐Game

2010‐11

Sophomore
• Center
• 6‐9
• 200 Conshohocken,
Pa.
 Plymouth‐Whitemarsh
H.S. 2011‐12
Preseason
Atlantic
10
All‐Defensive
Team
 2010‐11:
 Led
the
Atlantic
10
and
ranked
third
in
the
nation with
3.5
blocks
per
game...
Set
the
Saint
Joseph's
freshman record
 for
 blocked
 shots
 (117),
 which
 is
 the
 second
 ‐best single‐season
total
in
Hawk
history...
Already
ranks
seventh on
the
SJU
list
for
career
blocks...
Averaged
7.4
points
and 4.3
rebounds...
Had
11
points
and
five
blocks
in
A‐10
Tournament
win
at
GW...
Recorded
12 points
and
seven
blocks
vs.
Rhode
Island...
Scored
11
points
at
Dayton...
Had
season‐high
of
15 points
 and
 nine
 blocks
 against
 George
 Washington...
 Had
 seven
 rebounds
 and
 five
 blocks against
Duquesne...
Scored
10
points
and
grabbed
a
team‐high
nine
rebounds
vs.
Siena...
Had 10
points
and
five
blocks
in
win
over
Holy
Cross...
Grabbed
seven
rebounds
vs.
Minnesota... Posted
seven
blocks
at
Villanova...
Had
nine
points
and
five
rebounds
against
Rutgers...
Had
13 points,
eight
rebounds
and
six
blocks
in
win
over
Fairfield...
Scored
12
points
and
grabbed
five rebounds
against
Penn
State...
Named
to
the
2010‐11
Atlantic
10
Preseason
All‐Rookie
Team.

MIN Western
Kentucky* 20 Penn
State* 27 Norfolk
State* 26 Fairfield* 26 Rutgers* 29 Drexel* 23 Villanova* 29 Princeton* 36 Minnesota* 29 Creighton* 24 Boston
University* 25 Holy
Cross* 27 Siena* 30 Duquesne* 33 George
Washington* 33 Dayton* 29 Saint
Louis* 23 Rhode
Island* 33 Penn 20 La
Salle* 35 Temple* 25 Richmond 26 Massachusetts 27 Fordham 26 Xavier 28 Temple 26 Massachusetts 25 St.
Bonaventure 29 Richmond 30 Charlotte 26 G.
Washington*
(A‐10)38 Duquesne
(A‐10) 14 Dayton
(A‐10) 30

FG‐A 3‐7 3‐9 1‐4 3‐4 3‐5 2‐5 1‐2 3‐5 1‐6 4‐7 3‐8 4‐7 4‐10 1‐4 5‐9 4‐6 4‐8 5‐8 1‐1 4‐9 1‐6 4‐7 2‐7 2‐3 0‐5 1‐4 1‐7 5‐7 3‐7 3‐6 2‐3 2‐3 3‐4

3PT‐A 2‐3 0‐3 1‐2 0‐1 0‐1 0‐1 0‐0 0‐2 0‐1 1‐1 0‐2 0‐1 0‐3 0‐0 3‐5 1‐1 0‐1 2‐5 0‐0 2‐2 0‐1 0‐2 0‐2 0‐1 0‐2 0‐1 0‐4 2‐3 0‐3 1‐1 1‐1 0‐0 1‐2

FT‐A 0‐0 6‐8 1‐2 7‐10 3‐4 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 1‐2 0‐0 3‐3 2‐4 2‐3 1‐2 2‐4 2‐5 1‐1 0‐0 0‐0 1‐2 2‐4 0‐0 0‐0 4‐7 0‐0 0‐0 1‐2 2‐5 2‐2 0‐0 6‐6 3‐4 0‐0

OR 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 4 3 2 1 3 2 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 3 2 0 0 2 1 1 2 2 1 0 0

DR 1 4 5 8 5 1 3 4 3 2 3 3 6 5 4 2 4 1 3 2 2 3 2 4 3 1 1 5 5 3 3 0 3

TR 2 5 6 8 5 1 3 6 7 5 5 4 9 7 4 2 5 1 4 4 3 6 4 4 3 3 2 6 7 5 4 0 3

F 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 4 2 4 4 4 1 3 2 3 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 0 2 1 2 3 2 4 1 2 3

A 0 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0

TO 1 0 1 2 4 1 2 3 4 0 2 1 0 5 2 0 1 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

BL 3 2 1 6 2 4 7 3 1 2 3 5 4 5 9 3 2 7 3 9 2 3 2 7 5 1 1 1 3 3 5 0 3

S 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0

PTS 8 12 4 13 9 4 2 6 3 9 9 10 10 3 15 11 9 12 2 11 4 8 4 8 0 2 3 14 8 7 11 7 7

*
Denotes
start

High
School/Personal:
Named
the
Pennsylvania
Class
AAAA
Player
of
the
Year...
Averaged
16.9 points,
 10.0
 rebounds
 and
 6.5
 blocked
 shots
 for
 state
 champion
 Plymouth‐Whitemarsh... Associated
Press
All‐State
First
Team
selection...
Earned
recognition
on
MaxPreps
All‐American Fourth
Team...
Team
went
30‐2
on
the
season...
Had
19
points,
seven
rebounds
and
five
blocks in
the
state
final
win
over
Penn
Wood...
Finished
his
career
as
the
program's
all‐time
fifth
lead‐ ing
scorer
with
1,302
points...
As
a
junior,
averaged
14.0
points,
10.0
rebounds
and
8.0
blocks... Social
sciences
major...
Born
September
27,
1990.

CAREER
HIGHS

PTS:
15
vs.
George
Washington
(1/8/11) REB:
9
vs.
Siena
(12/31/10) AST:
3
at
Villanova
(12/3/10) FGM:
5
(3x)
last
vs.
St.
Bonaventure
(2/26/11) FGA:
10
vs.
Siena
(12/31/10) 3FGM:
3
vs.
George
Washington
(1/8/11) 3FGA:
5
(2x)
last
vs.
Rhode
Island
(1/19/11) FTM:
7
at
Fairfield
(11/23/10) FTA:
10
at
Fairfield
(11/23/10) BLK:
9
(2x)
last
vs.
La
Salle
(1/27/11) STL:
2
vs.
George
Washington
(1/8/11) TO:
5
vs.
Duquesne
(1/5/11) MIN:
38
at
GW
(3/8/11)

AIKEN’S
CAREER
STATISTICS YEAR 2010‐11

GP‐GS

MIN‐AVG

FG‐FGA

PCT

3FG‐A

PCT

FT‐FTA

PCT

REB‐AVG PF‐D

AST

TO

BL

ST

PTS‐AVG

33‐21

907‐27.5

88‐193

.456

17‐58

.293

52‐80

.650

143‐4.3

20

38

117

12

245‐
7.4

64‐0

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10
• 10
 GALLOWAY


LANGSTON
GALLOWAY Sophomore
• Guard
• 6‐2
• 200 Baton
Rouge,
La.
 Christian
Life
Academy 2010‐11:
 Atlantic
 10
 All‐Rookie
 Team
 selection... Philadelphia
Big
5
Rookie
of
the
Year...
Named
the
Hawks' Co‐MVP
as
he
shared
the
John
P.
Hilferty
Award
with
Carl Jones...
 Team's
 second
 leading
 scorer
 (12.8)
 and
 leading rebounder
(5.5)...
Topped
the
Atlantic
10
in
free
throw
per‐ centage
 (88.7)...
 Led
 the
 Hawks
 in
 three‐point
 shooting (39.2
 percent)
 and
 three‐pointers
 made
 (65)...
 Scored
 in double
 figures
 20
 times
 and
 had
 eight
 games
 with
 20‐plus
 points...
 Named
 the
 Atlantic
 10 Rookie
of
the
Week
five
times
and
the
Big
5
Player
of
the
Week
twice...
Tallied
a
career‐high 27
points
twice,
against
St.
Bonaventure
and
Charlotte...
Shot
8‐for‐11
from
the
field,
6‐for‐7 from
 three‐point
 range
 and
 had
 the
 game‐winning
 free
 throw
 with
 4.1
 seconds
 left
 at Charlotte
to
give
the
Hawks
a
spot
in
the
A‐10
Tournament...
Went
6‐for‐6
from
three‐point range
with
25
points
in
win
over
UMass...
Had
team‐highs
of
nine
rebounds
and
five
assists against
 Dayton...
 Grabbed
 a
 team‐high
 nine
 rebounds
 and
 tallied
 10
 points
 against
 George Washington...
 Had
 a
 team‐high
 20
 points
 against
 Duquesne...
 Scored
 10
 points
 and
 had
 six rebounds
in
win
over
Siena...
Scored
24
points
at
BU,
while
going
6‐for‐8
from
the
foul
line... Had
 13
 points
 and
 six
 rebounds
 at
 Creighton...
 Posted
 21
 points
 and
 seven
 steals
 vs. Minnesota...
Shot
7‐for‐8
from
the
field
en
route
to
20
points,
and
added
eight
assists
in
win over
Rutgers...
Led
team
with
15
points
at
Fairfield,
while
also
adding
three
blocks...
Tallied
11 points
and
had
a
team‐high
nine
rebounds
against
Penn
State...
Scored
13
points,
had
a
team‐ high
seven
boards
and
three
steals
vs.
Western
Kentucky...
Named
to
the
2010‐11
Atlantic
10 Preseason
All‐Rookie
Team. High
 School/Personal:
 Class
 1A
 All‐State
 First Team
 selection
 while
 at
 Christian
 Life Academy...
Two‐time
District
7
1‐A
Player
of
the Year...
Averaged
26.2
points,
5.0
assists
and
5.0 steals
as
a
senior...
Team
won
the
Class
1A
title in
2010...
As
a
junior,
averaged
21.3
points,
five rebounds
and
three
assists...
Mother,
Jeralyn,
is the
 sister
 of
 Hawks'
 assistant
 coach
 Geoff Arnold...
 Majoring
 in
 sports
 marketing...
 Born December
9,
1991.

GALLOWAY’S
CAREER
STATISTICS YEAR 2010‐11

GP‐GS 33‐33

MIN‐AVG 1132‐34.3

FG‐FGA 135‐338

PCT .399

Career
Game‐by‐Game

2010‐11

MIN Western
Kentucky* 20 Penn
State* 30 Norfolk
State* 32 Fairfield* 15 Rutgers* 31 Drexel* 34 Villanova* 35 Princeton* 20 Minnesota* 38 Creighton* 36 Boston
University* 36 Holy
Cross* 35 Siena* 36 Duquesne* 34 George
Washington* 32 Dayton* 38 Saint
Louis* 29 Rhode
Island* 32 Penn* 35 La
Salle* 33 Temple* 32 Richmond* 36 Massachusetts* 40 Fordham* 38 Xavier* 33 Temple* 40 Massachusetts* 30 St.
Bonaventure* 38 Richmond* 36 Charlotte* 35 G.
Washington*
(A‐10)44 Duquesne*
(A‐10) 43 Dayton*
(A‐10) 39

FG‐A 3PT‐A FT‐A 5‐14 2‐7 1‐1 3‐11 2‐6 3‐3 3‐12 0‐4 2‐2 7‐9 1‐1 0‐0 7‐8 4‐5 2‐2 4‐8 0‐1 1‐1 3‐11 1‐4 0‐0 1‐8 1‐6 1‐2 6‐13 4‐9 5‐5 3‐11 2‐6 5‐5 8‐13 6‐8 2‐2 3‐9 0‐2 1‐2 4‐12 1‐5 1‐1 6‐10 4‐6 4‐4 3‐6 2‐5 2‐2 2‐7 1‐4 2‐2 2‐7 0‐2 2‐2 2‐7 0‐4 3‐3 1‐8 0‐5 1‐2 4‐10 0‐3 2‐2 1‐9 0‐1 0‐0 4‐15 1‐5 2‐2 8‐12 6‐6 3‐5 7‐13 4‐9 7‐9 2‐10 1‐4 6‐6 6‐12 3‐8 2‐2 2‐10 1‐5 1‐2 8‐13 5‐7 6‐6 2‐11 2‐6 3‐4 8‐11 6‐7 5‐6 4‐6 1‐3 6‐6 2‐10 1‐4 0‐0 4‐12 3‐8 5‐6

OR 7 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 3 2 3 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 2 3

DR 0 7 5 4 2 4 6 0 4 3 5 6 4 5 8 7 5 6 4 1 3 6 2 4 5 5 4 3 2 2 5 4 6

TR 7 9 6 5 3 4 6 1 4 6 7 9 6 7 9 9 6 7 5 2 3 9 3 4 5 5 5 4 5 2 5 6 9

F 2 4 0 0 2 4 2 4 3 3 4 2 1 4 3 1 5 2 3 5 2 2 0 2 3 1 0 2 3 3 4 3 1

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

TO 1 0 3 2 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 3 4 0 1 2 3 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 3 1 1

BL 0 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0

S 3 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 7 3 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 5 2 2 1 1 2 3

PTS 13 11 8 15 20 9 7 4 21 13 24 7 10 20 10 7 6 7 3 10 3 11 25 25 11 17 6 27 9 27 15 5 16

*
Denotes
start

CAREER
HIGHS

PTS:
27
(2x)
last
at
Charlotte
(3/5/11) REB:
9
(6x)
last
at
Richmond
(2/2/11) AST:
8
vs.
Rutgers
(11/26/10) FGM:
8
(4x)
last
at
Charlotte
(3/5/11) FGA:
15
at
Richmond
(2/2/11) 3FGM:
6
(3x)
last
at
Charlotte
(3/5/11) 3FGA:
9
(2x)
last
at
Fordham
(2/13/11) FTM:
7
at
Fordham
(2/13/11) FTA:
9
at
Fordham
(2/13/11) BLK:
3 at
Fairfield
(11/23/10) STL:
7
vs.
Minnesota
(12/8/10) TO:
4
(2x)
last
vs.
Penn
(1/22/11) MIN:
44
at
GW
(3/8/11)

3FG‐A 65‐166

PCT .392

FT‐FTA 89‐97

PCT .
887

REB‐AVG PF‐D 183‐5.5 81‐2

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 39

AST 95

TO 40

BL 18

ST 56

PTS‐AVG 421‐
12.8


11
•
 11
 QUARLES


DARYUS
QUARLES

Career
Game‐by‐Game

2010‐11

Sophomore
• Forward
• 6‐6
• 190 Paulsboro,
N.J.
 Paulsboro
High
School 2010‐11:
 Starter
 in
 all
 33
 games...
 Averaged
 5.1
 points per
 game...
 Tallied
 a
 season‐high
 17
 points
 on
 4‐for‐5 three‐point
shooting
in
win
over
Norfolk
State...
Scored eight
points
and
had
five
rebounds
in
A‐10
Tournament win
 at
 GW,
 including
 a
 buzzer‐beating
 three‐pointer
 at the
end
of
the
first
half...
Had
nine
points
in
win
over
St. Bonaventure...
 Scored
 11
 points
 and
 had
 five
 rebounds
 in
 win
 over
 Massachusetts... Tallied
11
points
vs.
Penn...
Dished
out
a
season‐high
six
assists
against
GW...
Scored
12 points
against
Duquesne...
Scored
12
points
hitting
3‐of‐3
3‐pointers
at
Villanova.

MIN Western
Kentucky* 18 Penn
State* 13 Norfolk
State* 24 Fairfield* 22 Rutgers* 11 Drexel* 16 Villanova* 21 Princeton* 21 Minnesota* 25 Creighton* 23 Boston
University* 25 Holy
Cross* 21 Siena* 20 Duquesne* 25 George
Washington* 22 Dayton* 17 Saint
Louis* 20 Rhode
Island* 19 Penn* 20 La
Salle* 17 Temple* 25 Richmond* 26 Massachusetts* 23 Fordham* 10 Xavier* 25 Temple* 24 Massachusetts* 25 St.
Bonaventure* 25 Richmond* 21 Charlotte* 19 G.
Washington*
(A‐10)21 Duquesne*
(A‐10) 20 Dayton*
(A‐10) 11

FG‐A 3PT‐A FT‐A 2‐9 0‐1 0‐0 0‐5 0‐0 0‐0 5‐9 4‐5 3‐4 0‐2 0‐2 0‐0 1‐4 0‐2 0‐0 0‐2 0‐0 0‐0 4‐12 3‐3 1‐2 2‐7 0‐1 0‐0 3‐9 0‐2 0‐0 2‐9 1‐5 1‐2 1‐6 0‐2 0‐0 4‐8 1‐3 0‐0 2‐6 0‐2 0‐0 5‐12 2‐7 0‐0 1‐5 0‐2 0‐0 1‐6 0‐2 0‐0 2‐3 1‐1 0‐0 1‐4 0‐1 0‐0 5‐9 1‐4 0‐0 1‐6 0‐4 0‐0 1‐6 1‐3 0‐0 2‐7 0‐2 0‐0 4‐9 1‐5 2‐2 2‐5 1‐2 0‐0 2‐5 1‐2 0‐0 0‐5 0‐2 2‐2 1‐7 0‐5 3‐4 4‐6 1‐3 0‐2 1‐4 0‐1 0‐0 3‐7 0‐2 0‐0 2‐6 1‐3 3‐4 2‐8 1‐1 2‐2 0‐1 0‐1 0‐2

OR 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 1 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

DR 2 1 5 4 4 1 1 0 3 2 0 2 3 2 3 2 2 3 1 2 2 0 4 2 1 3 1 2 2 2 4 2 0

TR 2 1 5 4 4 1 3 1 5 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 3 1 4 3 0 5 2 2 3 1 2 3 2 5 2 0

F 4 2 2 2 1 3 1 2 1 2 3 0 1 4 1 1 4 1 0 2 0 2 1 2 0 4 1 1 1 0 1 3 1

A 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 4 0 3 0 1 6 0 2 2 1 3 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0

TO 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 2 0

BL 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0

S 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

PTS 4 0 17 0 2 0 12 4 6 6 2 9 4 12 2 2 5 2 11 2 3 4 11 5 5 2 5 9 2 6 8 7 3

*
Denotes
start

High
 School/Personal:
 All‐South
 Jersey
 selection...
 Played
 his
 freshman
 and
 sophomore years
at
Paulsboro
High
School
and
transferred
to
Life
Center
Academy
his
junior
year... Returned
to
Paulsboro
as
a
senior
and
sat
out
the
year
due
to
New
Jersey
transfer
rules... Averaged
17.2
points
as
a
sophomore
at
Paulsboro,
helping
his
team
to
the
South
Jersey Group
1
championship
game...
Earned
All‐South
Jersey
Second
Team
and
All‐Group
1
First Team
 honors
 that
 year...
 At
 Life
 Center
 Academy
 (Burlington,
 N.J.),
 averaged
 15
 points, 7.5
rebounds
and
4.0
blocked
shots...
Earned
All‐Prep
Second
Team
honors
as
chosen
by High
School
Boys
Basketball
News...
Chosen
as
South
Jersey
Rookie
of
the
Year
his
fresh‐ man
season...
Wore
number
24
as
a
freshman
at
SJU
but
changed
to
11
(previously
worn by
Charoy
Bentley)
for
2011‐12...
Communications
major...
Born
March
1,
1991.

CAREER
HIGHS

PTS:
17
vs.
Norfolk
State
(11/20/10) REB:
5
(4x)
last
at
GW
(3/8/11) AST:
6
vs.
GW
(1/8/11) FGM:
5
(3x)
last
vs.
Penn
(1/22/11) FGA:
12
(2x)
last
vs.
Duquesne
(1/5/11) 3FGM:
4
vs.
Norfolk
State
(11/20/10) 3FGA:
7
vs.
Duquesne
(1/5/11) FTM:
3
(3x)
last
at
GW
(3/8/11) FTA:
4 (3x)
last
last
at
GW
(3/8/11) BLK:
2
vs.
GW
(1/8/11) STL:
2
vs.
GW
(1/8/11) TO:
3
vs.
St.
Bonaventure
(2/26/11) MIN:
26
at
Richmond
(2/2/11)

QUARLES’
CAREER
STATISTICS YEAR 2010‐11

GP‐GS 33‐33

MIN‐AVG 675‐20.5

FG‐FGA 66‐209

PCT .316

3FG‐A 20‐81

PCT .257

FT‐FTA 17‐26

PCT .654

REB‐AVG PF‐D 86‐2.6 54‐0

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 41

AST 34

TO 25

BL 10

ST 8

PTS‐AVG 169‐
5.1


13
•
 13
 ROBERTS


RONALD
ROBERTS,
JR. Sophomore
•Forward
•6‐8
•215 Bayonne,
N.J.
 Saint
Peter’s
Prep 2010‐11:
 Played
 in
 all
 33
 games...
 Made
 12
 starts,
 with 11
coming
in
the
final
12
games
of
the
year...
Recipient of
 the
 O'Neill
 Award
 as
 the
 Hawks'
 Most
 Improved Player...
Averaged
6.4
points
while
shooting
53.8
percent from
the
field...
Scored
a
career‐high
19
points
on
9‐for‐ 11
 shooting
 in
 the
 A‐10
 quarterfinal
 win
 over Duquesne...
Scored
double
figures
in
three
of
the
last
five
games...
Had
10
points
and
five rebounds
 against
 Richmond...
 Scored
 nine
 points
 and
 had
 a
 team‐high
 seven
 rebounds against
Massachusetts...
Grabbed
a
career‐high
11
rebounds
in
win
over
Fordham...
Scored 17
points
vs.
Temple...
Had
12
points
and
five
rebounds
against
La
Salle...
Scored
14
points and
grabbed
eight
rebounds
in
first
career
start
vs.
Penn...
Had
team's
only
double‐double with
 13
 points
 and
 season‐high
 10
 rebounds
 against
 Duquesne...
 Posted
 10
 points
 and seven
rebounds
against
Princeton.

Career
Game‐by‐Game

2010‐11

Western
Kentucky Penn
State Norfolk
State Fairfield Rutgers Drexel Villanova Princeton Minnesota Creighton Boston
University Holy
Cross Siena Duquesne George
Washington Dayton Saint
Louis Rhode
Island
 Penn* La
Salle Temple Richmond* Massachusetts* Fordham* Xavier* Temple* Massachusetts* St.
Bonaventure* Richmond* Charlotte* G.
Washington
(A‐10) Duquesne*
(A‐10) Dayton*
(A‐10)

MIN 22 10 11 11 8 15 17 27 20 12 14 17 13 26 13 21 14 19 32 19 28 23 19 20 23 26 20 18 31 20 18 34 22

FG‐A 3PT‐A FT‐A 1‐6 0‐0 1‐4 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 3‐6 0‐0 1‐1 1‐1 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 1‐2 3‐5 0‐0 1‐1 1‐1 0‐0 0‐2 4‐7 0‐0 2‐3 3‐9 0‐0 0‐0 2‐2 0‐0 0‐2 5‐6 0‐0 0‐0 2‐4 0‐0 1‐2 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 4‐9 0‐0 5‐7 2‐6 0‐0 0‐0 0‐4 0‐0 5‐6 3‐4 0‐0 0‐2 0‐3 0‐0 0‐0 7‐12 0‐0 0‐1 6‐8 0‐0 0‐0 8‐11 0‐0 1‐1 3‐3 0‐0 0‐0 2‐6 0‐0 1‐1 1‐7 0‐0 0‐0 3‐8 0‐0 1‐6 3‐6 0‐0 1‐2 4‐6 0‐0 1‐2 1‐2 0‐0 1‐2 4‐9 0‐0 2‐2 1‐1 0‐0 0‐0 5‐6 0‐0 0‐0 9‐11 0‐0 1‐5 1‐2 0‐0 1‐3

OR 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 5 5 3 0 0 1 6 1 3 1 3 3 3 2 6 3 6 2 1 4 1 2 0 1 4 1

DR 3 3 0 4 2 3 2 2 1 2 1 0 4 4 2 1 6 4 5 2 1 1 4 5 1 1 3 3 3 2 0 5 2

TR 5 4 1 5 2 3 2 7 6 5 1 0 5 10 3 4 7 7 8 5 3 7 7 11 3 2 7 4 5 2 1 9 3

F 0 2 0 2 0 0 3 1 0 2 4 0 1 2 4 2 3 5 2 4 2 4 1 1 4 2 4 3 3 3 2 2 3

A 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0

TO 2 2 0 1 2 2 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 3 0 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0

BL 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 2

S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

PTS 3 0 7 2 1 7 2 10 6 4 10 5 0 13 4 5 6 0 14 12 17 6 5 2 7 7 9 3 10 2 10 19 3

*
Denotes
start

High
School/Personal:
All‐State
Third
Team
selection
from
Saint
Peter's
Prep...
Averaged 19.0
 points,
 12.0
 rebounds
 and
 3.5
 blocks
 as
 a
 senior...
 Helped
 Saint
 Peter's
 to
 a
 24‐5 record
and
the
number‐six
ranking
in
the
state...
Recorded
18
double‐doubles
on
the
sea‐ son...
Earned
a
spot
on
the
All‐Non
Public
Second
Team
in
2010...
Two‐time
Hudson
County All‐Area
 First
 Team
 honoree...
 Led
 Saint
 Peter's
 to
 back‐to‐back
 county
 championships... Served
as
team
captain
as
a
senior...
Attended
Bayonne
High
School
before
transferring
to Saint
Peter's
his
junior
year...
Sociology
major...
Born
August
5,
1991.

CAREER
HIGHS

PTS:
19
vs.
Duquesne
(3/11/11) REB:
11
at
Fordham
(2/13/11) AST:
3
at
Charlotte
(3/5/11) FGM: 9
vs.
Duquesne
(3/11/11) FGA:
12
vs.
Penn
(1/22/11) 3FGM:
‐
‐ 3FGA:
‐
‐ FTM:
5
(2x)
last
at
Dayton
(1/12/11) FTA:
7
vs.
Duquesne
(1/5/11) BLK:
3
vs.
Duquesne
(1/5/11) STL:
2
vs.
Penn
(1/22/11) TO:
3
vs.
Duquesne
(1/5/11) MIN:
34
vs.
Duquesne
(3/11/11)

ROBERTS’
CAREER
STATISTICS YEAR 2010‐11

GP‐GS 33‐12

MIN‐AVG 643‐
19.5

FG‐FGA 92‐171

PCT .538

3FG‐A 0‐0

PCT .000

FT‐FTA 27‐57

PCT .474

REB‐AVG PF‐D 154‐
4.7 71‐1

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 43

AST 14

TO 29

BL 19

ST 11

PTS‐AVG 211‐
6.4


21
• 21
 KANACEVIC

HALIL
KANACEVIC Sophomore
• Forward
• 6‐8
• 260 Staten
Island,
N.Y. Curtis
High
School

2010‐11:
Sat
out
season
after
transferring
to
SJU
from Hofstra...
Has
three
years
of
eligibility
with
the
Hawks. 2009‐10
 (Hofstra
 University): Named
 to
 the
 CAA
 All‐ Rookie
Team...
Averaged
8.6
points
and
7.6
rebounds
at Hofstra...
 Played
 in
 33
 games
 with
 seven
 starts... Notched
double
figures
12
times...
Had
a
double‐double in
his
collegiate
debut
with
18
points
and
12
rebounds against
Kansas. High
School/Personal:
PSAL
Class
A
Player
of
the
Year at
 Curtis
 High
 School
 in
 Staten
 Island...
 Averaged
 18.0 points
and
12.0
rebounds
as
a
senior...
Helped
Curtis
to the
 PSAL
 title
 in
 2009,
 the
 first
 ever
 won
 by
 a
 Staten Island
 team...
 That
 team
 also
 notched
 a
 school‐record 28
wins...
Had
a
triple‐double
in
the
PSAL
Tournament and
had
19
blocked
shots
in
an
opening
round
game... Scored
over
1,000
points
in
his
career...
Named
to
the Class
 A
 All‐State
 Third
 Team
 and
 the
 New
 York Daily News’
All‐City
Second
Team...
Communications
major... Born
October
23,
1991.


KANACEVIC’S
CAREER
STATISTICS YEAR GP‐GS MIN‐AVG 2009‐10** 33‐7 877‐
26.6 **
at
Hofstra
University

FG‐FGA 110‐278

PCT .396

3FG‐A 8‐47

PCT .170

FT‐FTA 54‐85

PCT .635

REB‐AVG PF‐D 250‐
7.6 106‐6

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 44

AST 40

TO 59

BL 61

ST 19

PTS‐AVG 282‐
8.5


EVAN
MASCHMEYER

High
 School/Personal: Three‐time
 All‐Conference
 and All‐Area
 selection
 at
 Jeffersonville
 High
 School... Averaged
15.2
points,
3.1
rebounds
and
team‐high
6.7 assists
as
a
senior...
Helped
Jeffersonville
to
state
semi‐ finals
his
junior
season,
averaging
14.7
points...
Topped team
in
assists
all
four
years...
McDonald’s
All‐American nominee...
Played
one
year
of
tennis
in
high
school
and was
 chosen
 as
 the
 team’s
 Most
 Improved
 Player... Majoring
in
finance...
Born
July
6,
1992.



SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 45

0
•
 0
 MASCHMEYER

Freshman
• Guard
• 6‐3
• 200 Jeffersonville,
Ind.
 Jeffersonville
High
School


PAPA
NDAO

32
• 32
 NDAO

Freshman
• Forward
• 6‐8
• 220 Dakar,
Senegal

 Montverde
Academy
(Fla.)

2010‐11:
Enrolled
 at
 Saint
 Joseph’s
 for
 the
 second semester
and
joined
the
squad...
Practiced
full‐time
but redshirted
the
season...
Has
four
years
of
eligibility.
 High
 School/Personal:
 Played
 for
 national
 power Montverde
 Academy
 in
 Florida..
 Member
 of
 the
 team that
went
23‐5
in
2009‐10
and
was
the
runner‐up
in
the ESPN
 RISE
 National
 High
 School
 Invitational,
 falling
 to Findlay
Prep
in
the
championship
game...
Averaged
10 points
and
four
rebounds
as
a
senior,
while
shooting
45 percent
 from
 the
 field
 and
 75
 percent
 from
 the
 foul line...
 Served
 as
 team
 co‐captain
 his
 junior
 and
 senior years...
 Played
 at
 the
 Seed
 Academy
 in
 Senegal...
 Last name
 is
 pronounced
 “Now”...
 Interdisciplinary
 health studies
major....
Birthdate
is
November
15,
1992.

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 46


CHRIS
WILSON Freshman
• Guard
• 6‐3
•
210 Fayetteville,
N.C. Terry
Sanford
High
School

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 47

24
•
 24
 WILSON

High
 School/Personal: Two‐time
 Associated
 Press
 All‐ State
 selection
 from
 Terry
 Sanford
 High
 School...
 Was named
 the
 2011
 Player
 of
 the
 Year
 for
 District
 4,
 the Cape
Fear
Region
and
the
Mid‐South
Conference,
while receiving
 the
 regional
 honor
 for
 the
 second
 time... Averaged
 18.4
 points
 per
 game,
 4.7
 rebounds
 and
 5.1 assists...
 Shot
 80
 percent
 from
 the
 foul
 line...
 Finished second
in
the
county
in
scoring
and
third
in
both
assists and
free
throw
percentage...
Point
guard
for
team
that went
27‐3
in
2011
and
reached
its
third
straight
Eastern Regional
Final,
while
winning
its
fifth
consecutive
con‐ ference
title...
During
his
career,
helped
team
compile
a 112‐12
 record,
 including
 a
 46‐2
 conference
 mark... Finished
 career
 with
 1,527
 points
 and
 455
 assists... Became
the
first
male
player
in
Terry
Sanford
history
to have
 his
 jersey
 (21)
 retired...
 Three‐time
 All‐District
 4 and
All‐Cape
Fear
Region
selections...
All‐State
honoree by
 NCPreps.com...
 Majoring
 in
 social
 sciences...
 Born November
30,
1992.


2010‐11
REVIEW


2010-11 REVIEW With
the
youngest
squad
in
the
16
years under
coach
Phil
Martelli,
the
2010‐11
Saint Joseph’s
 men’s
 basketball
 team
 suffered growing
 pains,
 but
 also
 showed
 an
 abun‐ dance
 of
 talent
 and
 athleticism
 that
 should return
the
Hawks
to
the
Atlantic
10’s
elite
in future
years.

 The
young
Hawks
made
an
exciting
late‐ season
run
that
further
solidified
the
promise for
 success
 in
 the
 near
 future,
 as
 they
 won four
of
the
last
six
games
and
fell
just
three points
 short
 of
 a
 berth
 in
 the
 Atlantic
 10 championship
game.
Although
SJU
ended
the year
with
an
11‐22
record,
the
Hawks
went
6‐ 5
down
the
stretch.
 Saint
 Joseph’s
 opened
 the
 year
 with three
 freshmen
 in
 the
 starting
 lineup
 ‐ Langston
 Galloway,
 C.J.
Aiken and
 Daryus Quarles ‐
 which
 was
 Martelli’s
 youngest starting
 five
 ever.
 After
 losses
 to
 Western Kentucky
and
Penn
State,
the
Hawks
ran
off three
straight
wins
in
the
Philly
Hoop
Group Classic,
earning
the
title
with
a
76‐70
victory over
 Rutgers
 at
 The
 Palestra.
 Carl
 Jones scored
21
points
and
Galloway
had
20
to
give a
 glimpse
 of
 what
 was
 to
 come
 from
 the backcourt
duo.
 The
Hawks
couldn’t
keep
the
run
going through
a
challenging
schedule
in
December as
 they
 lost
 six
 in
 a
 row,
 which
 included defeats
 to
 #12
 Villanova,
 #22
 Minnesota, despite
 29
 points
 from
 Jones,
 and
 at
 Jesuit foe
Creighton.
SJU
would
close
out
the
calen‐ dar
year
with
a
win
at
Holy
Cross
and
a
home victory
over
Siena
on
New
Year’s
Eve.
 January
 was
 cold
 and
 unkind
 to
 the Hawks
as
they
opened
the
A‐10
schedule
and

Phil
Martelli
recorded
his
300th
win
with
the
A‐ 10
quarterfinal
victory
over
Duquesne.


went
winless
for
the
month,
starting
out
con‐ ference
play
with
an
0‐7
record.
That
streak also
 included
 three
 straight
 losses
 at
 The Palestra
 to
 city
 teams
 Penn,
 La
 Salle
 and Temple.
 February
 brought
 a
 new
 slate
 and although
a
loss
to
Richmond
ran
the
winless streak
to
nine,
the
Hawks
returned
to
Hagan Arena
on
February
5

for
the
first
time
since January
 19,
 and
 scored
 a
 67‐64
 win
 over Massachusetts
 behind
 25
 points
 from Galloway.
SJU
made
it
two
in
a
row,
defeat‐ ing
 Fordham
 at
 the
 Izod
 Center
 in
 East Rutherford,
 N.J.,
 for
 the
 program’s
 1,500th all‐time
victory.
But
the
Hawks
couldn’t
keep the
 winning
 streak
 going
 as
 24th‐ranked Xavier
 scored
 a
 decisive
 victory
 at
 Hagan Arena.
The
Hawks
would
suffer
road
losses
to Temple
 and
 UMass
 before
 ending
 February with
 a
 
 home
 win
 over
 St.
 Bonaventure
 as Galloway
and
Jones
combined
for
47
points.
 On
 “Senior
 Day”
 at
 Hagan
 Arena
 the Hawks
 fell
 to
 eventual
 A‐10
 champion Richmond
 and
 faced
 a
 must‐win
 game
 at Charlotte
in
the
regular
season
finale
to
earn a
 bid
 to
 the
 conference
 tournament.
 SJU responded
 with
 a
 thrilling
 71‐70
 victory
 as Galloway
tied
his
career‐high
with
27
points and
hit
the
winning
free
throw
with
4.1
sec‐ onds
 to
 go.
 It
 marked
 the
 150th
 Atlantic
 10 win
in
Martelli’s
career.
 The
Hawks
had
to
travel
to
fifth‐seeded George
 Washington
 for
 the
 A‐10
 opening round
 and
 scored
 a
 71‐59
 overtime
 win
 to advance
to
the
quarterfinals
in
Atlantic
City. The
 12th‐seeded
 Hawks
 needed
 overtime again
to
upset
fourth‐seeded
Duquesne,
93‐ 90,
and
were
paced
by
28
points
from
Jones. The
win
was
also
Martelli’s
300th
career
vic‐ tory.
SJU’s
exciting
tournament
run
came
to an
end
in
the
semifinals
with
the
narrow
93‐ 90
loss
to
ninth‐seeded
Dayton. Jones
and
Galloway
led
the
way
for
SJU as
 the
 duo
 accounted
 for
 45
 percent
 of
 the Hawks’
 scoring.
 Galloway,
 who
 earned
 A‐10 Rookie
of
the
Week
honors
five
times
during the
 season,
 was
 named
 to
 the
 conference’s All‐Rookie
Team
and
was
chosen
as
the
Big
5 Rookie
of
the
Year.
Jones,
who
shared
team MVP
honors
with
Galloway,
earned
a
spot
on the
All‐Big
5
Second
Team.
Aiken
was
one
of the
top
shot
blockers
in
the
nation

(ranking third),
led
the
A‐10
and
set
the
SJU
freshman record
for
blocks
with
117.
Freshman
Ronald Roberts
 earned
 a
 spot
 in
 the
 starting
 lineup late
in
the
year
and
thrilled
the
Hawk
faithful with
his
athleticism.


Ronald
 Roberts,
 a
 starter
 in
 11
 of
 the
 final
 12 games,
 was
 named
 the
 team’s
 Most
 Improved Player.


2010‐11
Awards/Accomplishments Program’s
1500th
Win
 (vs.
Fordham,
2/13) Phil
Martelli
 300th
Career
Victory
(vs.
Duquesne,
3/11) 150th
Atlantic
10
Victory (vs.
Charlotte,
3/5) Charoy
Bentley O’Pake
Award
(Unsung
Hero) Langston
Galloway Atlantic
10
All‐Rookie
Team Big
5
Rookie
of
the
Year Atlantic
10
Rookie
of
the
Week
(5
times) Big
5
Rookie
of
the
Week
(3/7,
11/29) Hilferty
Award
(Co‐MVP) Idris
Hilliard Maher
Award
(Loyalty) Senesky
Award
(Academics) Carl
Jones All‐Big
5
Second
Team Hilferty
Award
(Co‐MVP) Ronald
Roberts,
Jr.
 O’Neill
Award
(Most
Improved) Taylor
Trevisan Cummins
Award
(Spirit)

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 50


2010-11 REVIEW 2010‐11
Overall
Statistics (11‐22;
A‐10:
4‐12;
Big
5:
0‐4)
 P
L
A
Y
E
R

GP‐GS

MIN‐AVG

FG‐FGA

PCT

3‐PT
 FG‐FGA PCT

Carl
Jones Langston
Galloway Idris
Hilliard C.J.
Aiken Ronald
Roberts Daryus
Quarles Justin
Crosgile Charoy
Bentley Patrick
Swilling Carl
Baptiste Taylor
Trevisan Todd
O’Brien TEAM TOTALS

32‐30 33‐33 33‐33 33‐21 33‐12 33‐33 19‐0 27‐3 23‐0 17‐0 4‐0 23‐0

1086‐33.9 1132‐34.3 1032‐31.3 907‐27.5 643‐19.5 675‐20.5 286‐15.1 362‐13.4 265‐11.5 92‐5.4 5‐1.3 165‐7.2

163‐396 135‐338 109‐215 88‐193 92‐171 66‐209 30‐96 29‐86 11‐49 10‐20 1‐2 11‐20

.412 .399 .507 .456 .538 .316 .313 .337 .224 .500 .500 .550

54‐146 65‐166 11‐33 17‐58 0‐0 20‐81 18‐64 16‐52 5‐27 1‐4 0‐1 0‐0

33 33

6650 6650

745‐1795 .415 811‐1859 .436

207‐632 223‐647

SCORE
BY
PERIODS 1st Saint
Joseph's 941 Opponents 1077

2nd 1152 1203

OT 36 21

FT‐FTA

PCT

.370 .392 .333 .293 .000 .257 .281 .308 .185 .250 .000 .000

165‐221 89‐97 51‐67 52‐80 27‐57 17‐26 13‐16 9‐15 6‐15 2‐5 3‐5 1‐7

.747 .
887 .761 .650 .474 .654 .813 .600 .400 .400 .600 .143

.328 .367

432‐611 .707 456‐647 .705

R
E
B
O
U
N
D
S OFF DEF TOT AVG 13 46 43 39 72 18 14 2 3 6 3 10 54 323 396

71 84 2.6 137 183 5.5 112 155 4.7 104 143 4.3 82 154 4.7 68 86 2.6 27 41 2.2 31 33 1.2 17 20 0.9 12 18 1.1 1 4 1.0 21 31 1.3 62 116 745 1068 32.4 811 1207 36.6

PF‐D

A

TO

BLK

ST

PTS AVG

57‐0 81‐2 85‐4 64‐0 71‐1 54‐0 23‐1 28‐0 25‐1 16‐0 2‐0 25‐0

110 95 54 20 14 34 21 34 25 2 1 2

2 18 10 117 19 10 0 0 0 1 0 4

36 56 16 12 11 8 9 7 8 2 0 3

545 17.0 421 12.8 280 8.5 245 7.4 211 6.4 169 5.1 91 4.8 83 3.1 33 1.4 23 1.4 5 1.3 23 1.O

531‐9 559‐8

412 510

78 40 47 38 29 25 26 31 22 6 0 11 10 363 354

181 112

168 2129 64.5 186 2301 69.7

TOTAL 2129 2301

Atlantic
10
Statistics (4‐12)
 P
L
A
Y
E
R

GP‐GS

MIN‐AVG

FG‐FGA PCT

3‐PT
 FG‐FGA PCT

FT‐FTA

PCT

Carl
Jones Langston
Galloway
 C.J.
Aiken Idris
Hilliard Ronald
Roberts
 Daryus
Quarles Charoy
Bentley Justin
Crosgile Patrick
Swilling Carl
Baptiste Taylor
Trevisan Todd
O’Brien Team SJU Opponents

15‐15 16‐16 16‐7 16‐16 16‐9 16‐16 14‐1 6‐0 10‐0 6‐0 4‐0 8‐0

518‐34.5 556‐34.8 454‐28.4 484‐30.3 340‐21.3 343‐21.4 204‐14.6 87‐14.5 125‐12.5 29‐4.8 5‐1.3 55‐6.9

75‐175 67‐163 45‐103 42‐88 45‐93 31‐97 16‐49 6‐30 6‐23 4‐6 1‐2 3‐4

.429 .411 .437 .477 .484 .320 .327 .200 .261 .667 .500 .750

28‐68 .412 36‐82 .439 11‐34 .324 7‐16 .438 0‐0 .000 8‐44 .182 6‐28 .214 2‐19 .105 3‐10 .300 1‐1 1.000 0‐1 .000 0‐0 .000

71‐98 50‐57 18‐34 25‐29 18‐31 7‐10 5‐11 3‐4 1‐2 0‐3 3‐5 0‐0

.724 .877 .529 .862 .581 .700 .455 .750 .500 .000 .600 .000

341‐833 .409 382‐866 .441

102‐303 .337 114‐283 .403

SCORE
BY
PERIODS Saint
Joseph's Opponents

1st 438 533

16 16

3200 3200 2nd 547 573

201‐284 .708 228‐314 .726

R
E
B
O
U
N
D
S OFF DEF TOT AVG 4 17 19 14 44 8 1 4 1 1 3 3 25 144 185

26 68 47 47 43 33 18 9 5 4 1 8 26 335 385

30 2.0 85 5.3 66 4.1 61 3.8 87 5.4 41 2.6 19 1.4 13 2.2 6 0.6 5 0.8 4 1.0 11 1.4 51 479 29.9 570 35.6

Total 985 1106

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 51

PF‐D

A

TO

BLK

26‐0 39‐2 31‐0 40‐2 47‐1 25‐0 13‐0 7‐0 11‐0 5‐0 2‐0 12‐0

55 42 7 25 8 20 22 5 11 0 1 0

0 9 63 4 11 6 0 0 0 1 0 1

15 27 4 7 6 6 2 5 5 1 0 1

258‐5 259‐4

196 251

34 18 15 17 14 12 14 8 9 3 0 4 6 154 158

ST PTS AVG

95 60

79 985 61.6 82 1106 69.1

249 16.6 220 13.8 119 7.4 116 7.3 108 6.8 77 4.8 43 3.1 17 2.8 16 1.6 9 1.5 5 1.3 6 0.8


2010-11 REVIEW Results/Game
Highs Overall:
11‐22
 OPPONENT

DATE

Atlantic
10:
4‐12

Home:

4‐9

Away:
5‐12

Neutral:
2‐1

POINTS

REBOUNDS

ASSISTS

STEALS

BLOCKS

WESTERN
KENTUCKY 11/12/10 70‐98
L at
Penn
State 11/16/10 57‐66
L NORFOLK
STATE
% 11/20/10 70‐65
W

17‐JONES,
Carl 13‐HILLIARD,
Idris 17‐QUARLES,
Daryus

7‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 9‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 6‐GALLOWAY,
Langston AIKEN,
C.J.

4‐CROSGILE,
Justin 5‐JONES,
Carl 4‐BENTLEY,
Charoy GALLOWAY,
Langston

3‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 1‐Five
Players 1‐SWILLING,
Patrick O'BRIEN,
Todd

at
Fairfield
% vs.
Rutgers
%
(P)

11/23/10 60‐51
W 11/26/10 76‐70
W

2‐JONES,
Carl 8‐GALLOWAY,
Langston

4‐JONES,
Carl 2‐AIKEN,
C.J.

at
Drexel

12/1/10

50‐62
L

4‐GALLOWAY,
Langston

2‐JONES,
Carl

4‐AIKEN,
C.J.

at
Villanova
(12)
^ at
Princeton MINNESOTA
(20) at
Creighton at
Boston
University at
Holy
Cross

12/3/10 12/5/10 12/8/10 12/11/10 12/21/10 12/28/10

60‐71
L 65‐74
L 73‐83
L 75‐82
L 79‐85
L 65‐54
W

15‐GALLOWAY,
Langston
 8‐AIKEN,
C.J. 21‐JONES,
Carl 5‐CROSGILE,
Justin HILLIARD,
Idris AIKEN,
C.J. 20‐JONES,
Carl 4‐HILLIARD,
Idris
 GALLOWAY,
Langston 19‐JONES,
Carl 7‐HILLIARD,
Idris 24‐JONES,
Carl 7‐ROBERTS,
Ronald 29‐JONES,
Carl 7‐AIKEN,
C.J. 17‐JONES,
Carl 6‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 24‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 9‐HILLIARD,
Idris 19‐CROSGILE,
Justin 9‐GALLOWAY,
Langston

3‐AIKEN,
C.J. 2‐AIKEN,
C.J. 1‐AIKEN,
C.J. QUARLES,
Daryus GALLOWAY,
Langston 6‐AIKEN,
C.J. 2‐AIKEN,
C.J.

2‐HILLIARD,
Idris 3‐JONES,
Carl 7‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 3‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 2‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 2‐JONES,
Carl

7‐AIKEN,
C.J. 3‐AIKEN,
C.J. 1‐AIKEN,
C.J. 2‐AIKEN,
C.J. 3‐AIKEN,
C.J. 5‐AIKEN,
C.J.

SIENA DUQUESNE GEO.
WASHINGTON at
Dayton at
Saint
Louis

12/31/10 1/5/11 1/8/11 1/12/11 1/15/11

58‐48
W 63‐75
L 71‐78
L 59‐65
L 51‐67
L

17‐JONES,
Carl 20‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 23‐JONES,
Carl 19‐JONES,
Carl 10‐JONES,
Carl

9‐AIKEN,
C.J. 10‐ROBERTS,
Ronald 9‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 9‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 7‐ROBERTS,
Ronald

1‐Five
players 2‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 3‐CROSGILE,
Justin 1‐JONES,
Carl None

4‐AIKEN,
C.J. 5‐AIKEN,
C.J. 9‐AIKEN,
C.J. 3‐AIKEN,
C.J. 2‐AIKEN,
C.J.

RHODE
ISLAND

1/19/11

59‐64
L

25‐JONES,
Carl

10‐HILLIARD,
Idris

3‐JONES,
Carl

7‐AIKEN,
C.J.

PENN
^

1/22/11

61‐73
L

14‐ROBERTS,
Ronald

8‐ROBERTS,
Ronald

2‐ROBERTS,
Ronald

3‐AIKEN,
C.J.

at
La
Salle
(P)
^ TEMPLE
(P)

1/27/11 1/29/11

72‐76
L 54‐72
L

24‐JONES,
Carl 19‐JONES,
Carl

5‐ROBERTS,
Ronald 7‐HILLIARD,
Idris

3‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 2‐GALLOWAY,
Langston

9‐AIKEN,
C.J. 2‐AIKEN,
C.J.

at
Richmond MASSACHUSETTS

2/2/11 2/5/11

52‐62
L 67‐64W

21‐JONES,
Carl 9‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 25‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 7‐ROBERTS,
Ronald

2‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 3‐SWILLING,
Patrick

3‐AIKEN,
C.J. 2‐AIKEN,
C.J.

at
Fordham

2/13/11

76‐70
W

25‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 11‐ROBERTS,
Ronald

3‐AIKEN,
C.J. 4‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 6‐JONES,
Carl 4‐QUARLES,
Daryus 7‐JONES,
Carl 3‐JONES,
Carl QUARLES,
Daryus GALLOWAY,
Langston 4‐JONES,
Carl 7‐JONES,
Carl 6‐QUARLES,
Daryus 5‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 2‐QUARLES,
Daryus JONES,
Carl SWILLING,
Patrick 3‐JONES,
Carl GALLOWAY,
Langston 4‐JONES,
Carl GALLOWAY,
Langston 5‐HILLIARD,
Idris 3‐GALLOWAY,
Langston JONES,
Carl 3‐JONES,
Carl 3‐BENTLEY,
Charoy GALLOWAY,
Langston 6‐JONES,
Carl

2‐GALLOWAY,
Langston

XAVIER

2/16/11

54‐74
L

13‐HILLIARD,
Idris

7‐AIKEN,
C.J. AIKEN,
C.J. 5‐AIKEN,
C.J.

at
Temple
(25)
^

2/20/11

52‐66
L

17‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 5‐BENTLEY,
Charoy GALLOWAY,
Langston

at
Massachusetts

2/23/11

51‐69
L

10‐HILLIARD,
Idris

ST.
BONAVENTURE

2/26/11

79‐65
W

RICHMOND 3/2/11 at
Charlotte 3/5/11 at
Geo.
Washington
** 3/8/11 vs.
Duquesne
** 3/11/11

54‐69
L 71‐70
W 71‐59
W
OT 93‐90
W
OT

vs.
Dayton
**

61‐64
L

3/12/11

RESULT

Big
5:
0‐4

5‐GALLOWAY,
Langston

7‐ROBERTS,
Ronald

2‐GALLOWAY,
Langston JONES,
Carl 4‐JONES,
Carl

2‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 1‐GALLOWAY,
Langston HILLIARD,
Idris

1‐GALLOWAY,
Langston ROBERTS,
Ronald AIKEN,
C.J. 1‐Four
players

2‐JONES,
Carl

5‐GALLOWAY,
Langston

27‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 6‐AIKEN,
C.J.

6‐BENTLEY,
Charoy JONES,
Carl

2‐GALLOWAY,
Langston JONES,
Carl

18‐JONES,
Carl 27‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 15‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 28‐JONES,
Carl

4‐HILLIARD,
Idris 6‐JONES,
Carl 5‐HILLIARD,
Idris 7‐JONES,
Carl

2‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 3‐JONES,
Carl 2‐AIKEN,
C.J. 3‐JONES,
Carl

1‐AIKEN,
C.J. GALLOWAY,
Langston QUARLES,
Daryus 3‐AIKEN,
C.J. 3‐AIKEN,
C.J. 5‐AIKEN,
C.J. 1‐QUARLES,
Daryus

5‐JONES,
Carl

3‐GALLOWAY,
Langston

3‐AIKEN,
C.J.

7‐AIKEN,
C.J. 5‐AIKEN,
C.J. 6‐JONES,
Carl 9‐ROBERTS,
Ronald HILLIARD,
Idris 16‐GALLOWAY,
Langston 9‐GALLOWAY,
Langston

(P)
The
Palestra %
Philly
Hoop
Group
Classic ^
Big
5
game **
Atlantic
10
Tournament AP
Ranking
in
(
)

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 52


2010-11 REVIEW Points‐Rebounds‐Assists Opponent WESTERN
KENTUCKY at
Penn
State NORFOLK
STATE at
Fairfield vs.
Rutgers at
Drexel at
Villanova at
Princeton MINNESOTA at
Creighton at
Boston
University at
Holy
Cross SIENA DUQUESNE GEORGE
WASHINGTON at
Dayton at
Saint
Louis RHODE
ISLAND PENN at
La
Salle TEMPLE at
Richmond MASSACHUSETTS at
Fordham XAVIER at
Temple at
Massachusetts ST.
BONAVENTURE RICHMOND at
Charlotte at
George
Washington vs.
Duquesne vs.
Dayton

Date 11/12/10 11/16/10 11/20/10 11/23/10 11/26/10 12/1/10 12/3/10 12/5/10 12/8/10 12/11/10 12/21/10 12/28/10 12/31/10 1/5/11 1/8/11 1/12/11 1/15/11 1/19/11 1/22/11 1/27/11 1/29/11 2/2/11 2/5/11 2/13/11 2/16/11 2/20/11 2/23/11 2/26/11 3/2/11 3/5/11 3/8/11 3/11/11 3/12/11

Score 70‐98 57‐66 70‐65 60‐51 76‐70 50‐62 60‐71 65‐74 73‐83 75‐82 79‐85 65‐54 58‐48 63‐75 71‐78 59‐65 51‐67 59‐64 61‐73 72‐76 54‐72 52‐62 67‐64 76‐70 54‐74 52‐66 51‐69 79‐65 54‐69 71‐70 71‐59 93‐90 61‐64

W/L L L W W W L L L L L L W W L L L L L L L L L W W L L L W L W W
OT W
OT L

AIKEN 8‐2‐0 12‐5‐1 4‐6‐1 13‐8‐1 9‐5‐1 4‐1‐1 2‐3‐3 6‐6‐1 3‐7‐1 9‐5‐1 9‐5‐0 10‐4‐0 10‐9‐0 3‐7‐0 15‐4‐0 11‐2‐0 9‐5‐0 12‐1‐2 2‐4‐0 11‐4‐1 4‐3‐1 8‐6‐0 4‐4‐1 8‐4‐0 0‐3‐0 2‐3‐1 3‐2‐1 14‐6‐0 8‐7‐0 7‐5‐0 11‐4‐0 7‐0‐2 7‐3‐0

O'BRIEN 2‐3‐0 2‐1‐0 5‐2‐0 2‐3‐1 2‐4‐0 0‐0‐1 0‐2‐0 0‐0‐0 0‐0‐0 0‐0‐0 DNP 2‐0‐0 DNP DNP DNP 2‐1‐0 2‐1‐0 0‐0‐0 0‐1‐0 0‐1‐0 DNP 0‐3‐0 2‐1‐0 0‐1‐0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0‐3‐0 2‐2‐0 0‐1‐0 0‐1‐0

SWILLING 3‐3‐3 0‐0‐0 5‐3‐1 1‐1‐0 0‐0‐3 0‐2‐1 0‐0‐0 2‐2‐1 0‐1‐0 0‐0‐2 3‐0‐2 DNP 0‐1‐1 2‐0‐1 0‐0‐1 0‐0‐0 3‐1‐2 0‐0‐2 3‐1‐0 0‐0‐1 0‐1‐2 0‐0‐0 8‐0‐1 3‐4‐1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

GALLOWAY 13‐7‐0 11‐9‐1 8‐6‐4 15‐5‐1 20‐3‐8 9‐4‐4 7‐6‐2 4‐1‐4 21‐4‐3 13‐6‐3 24‐7‐3 7‐9‐3 10‐6‐2 20‐7‐2 10‐9‐3 7‐9‐5 6‐6‐0 7‐7‐3 3‐5‐4 10‐2‐3 2‐3‐3 11‐9‐2 25‐3‐3 25‐4‐3 11‐5‐2 17‐5‐3 6‐5‐1 27‐4‐3 9‐5‐2 27‐2‐4 15‐5‐2 5‐6‐6 16‐9‐3

Opponent WESTERN
KENTUCKY at
Penn
State NORFOLK
STATE at
Fairfield vs.
Rutgers at
Drexel at
Villanova at
Princeton MINNESOTA at
Creighton at
Boston
University at
Holy
Cross SIENA DUQUESNE GEORGE
WASHINGTON at
Dayton at
Saint
Louis RHODE
ISLAND PENN at
La
Salle TEMPLE at
Richmond MASSACHUSETTS at
Fordham XAVIER at
Temple at
Massachusetts ST.
BONAVENTURE RICHMOND at
Charlotte at
George
Washington vs.
Duquesne vs.
Dayton

Date 11/12/10 11/16/10 11/20/10 11/23/10 11/26/10 12/1/10 12/3/10 12/5/10 12/8/10 12/11/10 12/21/10 12/28/10 12/31/10 1/5/11 1/8/11 1/12/11 1/15/11 1/19/11 1/22/11 1/27/11 1/29/11 2/2/11 2/5/11 2/13/11 2/16/11 2/20/11 2/23/11 2/26/11 3/2/11 3/5/11 3/8/11 3/11/11 3/12/11

Score 70‐98 57‐66 70‐65 60‐51 76‐70 50‐62 60‐71 65‐74 73‐83 75‐82 79‐85 65‐54 58‐48 63‐75 71‐78 59‐65 51‐67 59‐64 61‐73 72‐76 54‐72 52‐62 67‐64 76‐70 54‐74 52‐66 51‐69 79‐65 54‐69 71‐70 71‐59 93‐90 61‐64

W/L L L W W W L L L L L L W W L L L L L L L L L W W L L L W L W W
OT W
OT L

QUARLES 4‐2‐0 0‐1‐0 17‐5‐0 0‐4‐0 2‐4‐1 0‐1‐0 12‐3‐1 4‐1‐1 6‐5‐2 6‐3‐4 2‐3‐0 9‐2‐3 4‐3‐0 12‐3‐1 2‐3‐6 2‐3‐0 5‐2‐2 2‐3‐2 11‐1‐1 2‐4‐3 3‐3‐1 4‐0‐0 11‐5‐0 5‐2‐1 5‐2‐1 2‐3‐1 5‐1‐1 9‐2‐1 2‐3‐0 6‐2‐0 8‐5‐1 7‐2‐0 0‐0‐0

HILLIARD 12‐5‐2 13‐6‐1 8‐5‐2 12‐6‐0 10‐5‐1 6‐4‐0 10‐7‐2 8‐3‐1 6‐2‐1 9‐4‐1 6‐9‐5 4‐8‐1 4‐4‐2 0‐4‐0 10‐3‐0 4‐5‐1 6‐5‐0 13‐10‐0 13‐5‐0 13‐4‐5 9‐7‐2 2‐3‐1 7‐2‐2 4‐4‐3 13‐1‐1 6‐4‐1 10‐0‐1 3‐3‐3 6‐2‐4 10‐4‐1 10‐5‐5 18‐9‐2 15‐7‐3

JONES 17‐3‐1 10‐3‐5 16‐3‐2 13‐0‐2 21‐3‐1 20‐2‐0 19‐5‐1 24‐3‐3 29‐5‐6 17‐1‐3 21‐3‐7 9‐2‐3 17‐7‐4 11‐5‐7 23‐0‐4 19‐4‐3 10‐2‐2 25‐4‐3 12‐1‐4 24‐0‐3 19‐1‐3 21‐3‐3 DNP 15‐0‐6 6‐2‐2 11‐1‐4 8‐1‐2 20‐0‐6 18‐5‐1 19‐2‐6 12‐6‐1 28‐7‐7 11‐0‐5

BAPTISTE 0‐0‐1 0‐0‐0 DNP 2‐0‐0 0‐0‐0 DNP 2‐2‐0 4‐5‐1 0‐1‐0 2‐3‐0 2‐1‐0 0‐1‐0 2‐0‐0 0‐0‐0 DNP 0‐1‐0 2‐1‐0 DNP DNP 0‐0‐0 0‐0‐0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 7‐3‐0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

BENTLEY 0‐0‐0 9‐3‐2 0‐3‐4 0‐0‐0 3‐0‐0 4‐1‐1 3‐1‐0 0‐0‐0 0‐0‐0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1‐1‐0 0‐0‐0 2‐1‐0 0‐0‐0 0‐1‐1 DNP 0‐0‐0 0‐0‐0 5‐1‐3 14‐2‐3 7‐2‐1 7‐5‐3 3‐0‐1 3‐1‐6 1‐3‐3 0‐3‐2 3‐1‐2 9‐1‐1 9‐3‐1

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CROSGILE 8‐2‐4 0‐0‐2 DNP 0‐0‐1 8‐5‐3 0‐1‐0 3‐1‐0 3‐1‐1 2‐2‐0 15‐3‐1 2‐5‐1 19‐4‐2 11‐2‐1 2‐0‐0 6‐5‐2 9‐5‐1 0‐1‐0 0‐1‐1 3‐2‐0 0‐1‐1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

ROBERTS 3‐5‐2 0‐4‐0 7‐1‐1 2‐5‐1 1‐2‐1 7‐3‐0 2‐2‐0 10‐7‐0 6‐6‐0 4‐5‐0 10‐1‐0 5‐0‐0 0‐5‐0 13‐10‐0 4‐3‐1 5‐4‐1 6‐7‐0 0‐7‐0 14‐8‐1 12‐5‐0 17‐3‐0 6‐7‐1 5‐7‐0 2‐11‐1 7‐3‐1 7‐2‐0 9‐7‐0 3‐4‐0 10‐5‐0 2‐2‐3 10‐1‐0 19‐9‐0 3‐3‐0

TREVISAN DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0‐1‐0 DNP DNP DNP 5‐2‐0 DNP 0‐1‐1 0‐0‐0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP


2010-11 REVIEW SJU
Game‐by‐Game
Team
Statistics OPPONENT WESTERN
KENTUCKY at
Penn
State NORFOLK
STATE at
Fairfield vs.
Rutgers at
Drexel at
Villanova at
Princeton MINNESOTA at
Creighton at
Boston
University at
Holy
Cross SIENA DUQUESNE GEORGE
WASHINGTON at
Dayton at
Saint
Louis RHODE
ISLAND PENN at
La
Salle TEMPLE at
Richmond MASSACHUSETTS at
Fordham XAVIER at
Temple at
Massachusetts ST.
BONAVENTURE RICHMOND at
Charlotte at
George
Washington vs.
Duquesne vs.
Dayton Saint
Joseph's Opponents

W/L L L W W W L L L L L L W W L L L L L L L L L W W L L L W L W W
OT W
OT L

FG‐FGA 26‐77 19‐55 21‐55 21‐42 25‐49 21‐52 25‐61 26‐56 25‐69 26‐62 26‐61 24‐57 21‐58 20‐54 26‐60 19‐52 20‐50 21‐52 22‐52 29‐61 21‐56 21‐54 22‐50 23‐51 17‐55 20‐48 16‐52 24‐39 19‐51 23‐48 23‐44 32‐61 21‐51 745‐1795 811‐1859

FG% .338 .345 .382 .500 .510 .404 .410 .464 .362 .419 .426 .421 .362 .370 .433 .365 .400 .404 .423 .475 .375 .389 .440 .451 .309 .417 .308 .615 .373 .479 .523 .525 .412 .415 .436

3PT 6‐29 4‐21 6‐17 2‐12 8‐21 1‐6 8‐23 5‐15 9‐29 9‐21 9‐23 7‐14 5‐22 6‐19 9‐24 5‐17 4‐12 6‐22 5‐20 7‐22 3‐12 2‐14 8‐21 12‐25 6‐19 5‐18 4‐26 11‐17 3‐16 11‐19 4‐15 8‐16 9‐25 207‐632 223‐607

3PT% .207 .190 .353 .167 .381 .167 .348 .333 .310 .429 .391 .500 .227 .316 .375 .294 .333 .273 .250 .318 .250 .143 .381 .480 .316 .278 .154 .647 .188 .579 .267 .500 .360 .328 .367

FT‐FTA 12‐19 15‐20 22‐27 16‐21 18‐25 7‐11 2‐7 8‐12 14‐16 14‐19 18‐27 10‐17 11‐14 17‐25 10‐17 16‐21 7‐12 11‐13 12‐20 7‐11 9‐12 8‐9 15‐20 18‐24 14‐22 7‐8 15‐23 20‐30 13‐19 14‐18 21‐24 21‐31 10‐17 432‐611 456‐647

FT% .632 .750 .815 .762 .720 .636 .286 .667 .875 .737 .667 .588 .786 .680 .588 .762 .583 .846 .600 .636 .750 .889 .750 .750 .636 .875 .652 .667 .684 .778 .875 .677 .588 .707 .705

OR 19 9 7 5 8 4 12 13 14 14 19 11 8 14 6 11 9 7 10 11 10 19 7 9 9 5 8 5 11 3 6 13 7 323 396

DR TR 18 37 29 38 30 37 28 33 27 35 19 23 22 34 19 32 24 38 19 33 19 38 28 39 31 39 26 40 27 33 26 37 27 36 29 36 23 33 14 25 13 23 14 33 17 24 24 33 19 28 21 26 16 24 18 23 24 35 20 23 25 31 25 38 24 31 745 1068 811 1207

PF 14 27 13 12 12 18 15 20 14 22 23 11 11 18 19 14 21 18 10 19 14 17 13 15 14 13 17 16 14 16 15 20 16 531 559

AST 13 12 15 7 19 8 9 13 13 15 18 12 10 11 17 11 6 13 11 17 12 7 10 18 8 13 8 19 10 16 11 18 12 412 510

TO 14 19 10 14 17 12 10 17 14 9 9 8 5 19 8 8 14 14 15 11 7 10 7 7 8 7 10 8 10 6 10 17 9 363 354

BLK 3 4 3 11 2 8 9 3 1 2 5 7 10 8 11 4 3 9 6 12 3 3 3 8 8 3 4 3 5 8 6 1 5 181 112

STL 7 6 2 7 3 4 3 7 10 6 3 5 5 5 9 1 0 6 4 8 4 5 8 7 4 2 8 4 3 5 4 9 4 168 186

PTS

 70 57 70 60 76 50 60 65 73 75 79 65 58 63 71 59 51 59 61 72 54 52 67 76 54 52 51 79 54 71 71 93 61 2129‐64.5 2301‐69.7

FT% .692 .735 .588 .545 .526 .560 .737 .778 .765 .826 .839 .500 .364 .714 .630 .667 .724 .667 1.000 .815 .696 .714 .429 .722 .944 .800 .706 .778 .857 .737 .650 .594 .636 .705 .707

OR 9 13 7 12 9 17 22 8 12 11 18 12 16 5 12 5 18 16 7 13 12 9 18 13 9 10 14 6 12 13 13 13 12 396 323

DR TR 32 41 32 45 29 36 20 32 18 27 29 46 26 48 19 27 29 41 24 35 25 43 26 38 30 46 24 29 34 46 25 30 24 42 25 41 25 32 23 36 26 38 13 22 26 44 20 33 31 40 22 32 31 45 16 22 22 34 23 36 15 28 22 35 25 37 811 1207 745 1068

PF 23 17 20 22 21 14 7 17 15 17 24 16 15 16 16 18 15 15 17 13 14 12 21 20 14 11 19 26 14 15 17 23 15 559 531

AST 26 9 16 15 16 16 19 15 19 17 9 13 9 16 11 21 15 12 13 16 20 16 11 17 17 19 18 16 15 11 10 22 15 510 412

TO 17 16 11 12 9 14 11 14 15 10 7 11 8 12 14 5 5 7 11 21 8 9 15 10 10 4 18 9 5 6 7 15 8 354 363

BLK 3 3 4 3 4 4 4 1 4 3 3 3 5 5 4 3 5 3 1 7 5 4 3 3 4 5 4 0 3 2 2 4 1 112 181

STL 7 7 4 7 9 5 5 5 10 3 7 3 2 14 6 1 9 4 10 8 4 3 3 2 5 5 3 4 6 5 3 13 4 186 168

PTS 98 66 65 51 70 62 71 74 83 82 85 54 48 75 78 65 67 64 73 76 72 62 64 70 74 66 69 65 69 70 59 90 64 2301‐69.7 2129‐64.5

Opponent
Game‐by‐Game
Team
Statistics OPPONENT WESTERN
KENTUCKY at
Penn
State NORFOLK
STATE at
Fairfield vs.
Rutgers at
Drexel at
Villanova at
Princeton MINNESOTA at
Creighton at
Boston
University at
Holy
Cross SIENA DUQUESNE GEORGE
WASHINGTON at
Dayton at
Saint
Louis RHODE
ISLAND PENN at
La
Salle TEMPLE at
Richmond MASSACHUSETTS at
Fordham XAVIER at
Temple at
Massachusetts ST.
BONAVENTURE RICHMOND at
Charlotte at
George
Washington vs.
Duquesne vs.
Dayton Opponents Saint
Joseph's

SJU
W/L L L W W W L L L L L L W W L L L L L L L L L W W L L L W L W W
OT W
OT L

FG‐FGA 39‐64 20‐55 25‐58 20‐56 27‐59 23‐55 25‐65 25‐50 31‐64 27‐55 25‐57 23‐62 21‐64 25‐52 26‐58 23‐52 20‐60 24‐66 25‐55 23‐45 25‐51 20‐40 24‐57 24‐58 27‐56 23‐52 26‐57 23‐45 25‐60 24‐57 20‐56 31‐64 22‐54 811‐1859 745‐1795

FG% .609 .364 .431 .357 .458 .418 .385 .500 .484 .491 .439 .371 .328 .481 .448 .442 .333 .364 .455 .511 .490 .500 .421 .414 .482 .442 .456 .511 .417 .421 .357 .484 .407 .436 .415

3PT 11‐21 1‐21 5‐15 5‐23 6‐18 2‐11 7‐23 10‐22 8‐17 9‐24 9‐16 5‐17 2‐17 10‐20 9‐16 7‐17 6‐15 6‐23 8‐20 8‐12 6‐15 7‐16 10‐24 9‐23 3‐11 8‐23 5‐16 5‐15 7‐16 8‐21 6‐21 9‐21 6‐17 223‐607 207‐632

3PT% .524 .048 .333 .217 .333 .182 .304 .455 .471 .375 .563 .294 .118 .500 .563 .412 .400 .261 .400 .667 .400 .438 .417 .391 .273 .348 .313 .333 .438 .381 .286 .429 .353 .367 .328

FT‐FTA 9‐13 25‐34 10‐17 6‐11 10‐19 14‐25 14‐19 14‐18 13‐17 19‐23 26‐31 3‐6 4‐11 15‐21 17‐27 12‐18 21‐29 10‐15 15‐15 22‐27 16‐23 15‐21 6‐14 13‐18 17‐18 12‐15 12‐17 14‐18 12‐14 14‐19 13‐20 19‐32 14‐22 456‐647 432‐611

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 54


2010-11 BOX SCORES (36.4%)
from
the
field
and
the
Hawks
were
19‐of‐55
(34.5%)
overall.
With
the
score
tied, 17‐17,

PSU
closed
the
half
on
a
13‐2
run
to
take
a
30‐19
advantage
into
the
locker
room. The
teams
essentially
traded
baskets
in
the
second
half,
with
neither
squad
scoring
more than
five
points
in
a
row.
Jones'
three‐pointer
with
5:01
to
play
cut
the
deficit
to
six
at
51‐ 45,
but
PSU
converted
9‐of‐14
free
throws
over
the
last
3:41
to
salt
away
the
victory.
 Saint
Joseph's
(0‐2) ## 01 24 32 10 11 02 05 12 13 35 42

Saint
 Joseph’s
 opened
 the
 season
 hosting
 Western
Kentucky
 in
 front
 of
 a sellout
crowd
at
Hagan
Arena.
 Game
1
‐
November
12,
2010
‐
Hagan
Arena Western
Kentucky
98
‐
SJU
70

Saint
 Joseph’s
 lost
 to
 Western
 Kentucky,
 98‐70,
 in
 the
 season
 opener
 at
 Hagan
 Arena. Starting
three
freshmen,
the
Hawks
shot
just
33.8
percent
in
the
game
while
WKU
hit
60.9 percent,
including
a
blistering
72.4
percent
in
the
second
half.
The
game
was
tied
22‐22 in
the
first
half,
but
WKU
built
up
a
48‐38
lead
by
halftime
and
would
lead
by
20
points
or more
in
the
final
10
minutes.
Carl
Jones
led
SJU
with
17
points
while
Langston
Galloway had
13
in
his
debut
and
Idris
Hilliard scored
12.
It
snapped
a
streak
of
five
straight
open‐ ers
won
by
the
Hawks. Western
Kentucky
(1‐0) ## 02 30 10 12 23 01 03 05 14 15 55

Player PATTILLO,
Juan f PETTIGREW,
S f DICKERSON,
C g BROWN,
Ken g PETERS,
Brandon g KERUSCH,
Sergio McDONALD,
Kahlil DIXON,
Cliff CROOK,
Jamal ANYIGBO,
Kene GABBARD,
Mike TEAM Totals..............

tot‐fg fg fga 8 12 7 9 2 4 1 2 2 8 11 15 2 7 5 6 0 0 1 1 0 0

39 64 11 21

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
18‐35
51.4% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
4‐10
40.0% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
8‐10
80.0% Saint
Joseph's
(0‐1) ## 01 24 32 10 35 02 05 11 12 13 42

Player AIKEN,
C.J. QUARLES,
Daryus HILLIARD,
Idris GALLOWAY,
L JONES,
Carl O'BRIEN,
Todd SWILLING,
Patrick BENTLEY,
Charoy CROSGILE,
Justin ROBERTS,
Ronald BAPTISTE,
Carl TEAM Totals..............

f f f g g

3‐pt fg fga 0 0 1 2 2 3 1 2 0 2 6 8 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

tot‐fg fg fga 3 7 2 9 6 12 5 14 4 12 1 2 1 3 0 1 3 9 1 6 0 2

fta 1 2 0 2 0 4 0 4 0 0 0

9 13

rebounds of de tot 1 11 12 3 2 5 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 6 9 0 1 1 0 5 5 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 2 9 32 41

2nd
Half:
21‐29
72.4% 2nd
Half:
7‐11
63.6% 2nd
Half:
1‐3
33.3% 3‐pt fg fga 2 3 0 1 0 3 2 7 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 8 0 0 0 2

26 77 6 29

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
13‐30
43.3% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
5‐13
38.5% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
7‐12
58.3%

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

ft 0 0 0 1 9 0 1 0 0 1 0

fta 0 0 0 1 10 2 2 0 0 4 0

12 19

rebounds of de tot 1 1 2 0 2 2 3 2 5 7 0 7 1 2 3 2 1 3 0 3 3 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 5 0 0 0 2 3 5 19 18 37

2nd
Half:
13‐47
27.7% 2nd
Half:
1‐16
6.3% 2nd
Half:
5‐7
71.4%

pf 2 2 4 3 2 3 0 1 4 2 0

tp 17 17 6 5 4 31 5 11 0 2 0

a 4 2 1 7 3 2 2 1 4 0 0

to 5 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0

23

98 26 17 3

Game:
60.9% Game:
52.4% Game:
69.2%

a 0 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 4 2 1

blk 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

7 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

pf 2 4 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 1

tp 8 4 12 13 17 2 3 0 8 3 0

14

70 13 14 3

Game:
33.8% Game:
20.7% Game:
63.2%

s min 3 26 1 27 0 14 0 25 0 23 0 27 1 19 0 18 1 12 1 5 0 4

to 1 0 4 1 2 0 1 1 2 2 0

blk 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

s min 0 20 1 18 1 26 3 20 0 27 0 13 0 15 1 5 0 25 0 22 1 9 7 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 6

Officials:
Frankie
Bordeaux,
Jackie
Sanders,
Matt
Lee Technical
fouls:
Western
Kentucky‐None.
Saint
Joseph's‐None. Attendance:
4,200 Score
by
Periods Western
Kentucky Saint
Joseph's

1st 2nd 48 50 38 32

Total 98 70

Game
2:
November
16,
2010
‐
Bryce
Jordan
Center‐
State
College,
Pa. Penn
State
66
‐
SJU
57

Saint
Joseph's
fought
back
from
a
double‐digit
halftime
deficit,
closing
to
within
six
with five
minutes
remaining,
but
it
wasn't
enough
as
the
Hawks
fell
to
Penn
State,
66‐57,
at
the Bryce
Jordan
Center.
Idris
Hilliard
led
the
way
for
SJU,
scoring
13
points,
while
Langston Galloway added
11
points
and
nine
rebounds.
C.J.
Aiken (12)
and
Carl
Jones (10)
were also
in
double
figures.
Neither
team
shot
well
from
the
floor,
as
Penn
State
was
20‐of‐55

Player AIKEN,
C.J. QUARLES,
Daryus HILLIARD,
Idris GALLOWAY,
L BENTLEY,
Charoy O'BRIEN,
Todd SWILLING,
Patrick CROSGILE,
Justin ROBERTS,
Ronald JONES,
Carl BAPTISTE,
Carl TEAM Totals..............

f f f g g

tot‐fg fg fga 3 9 0 5 5 7 3 11 3 5 1 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 4 12 0 1

3‐pt fg fga 0 3 0 0 0 1 2 6 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 4 0 0

19 55 4 21

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
5‐25
20.0% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
1‐10
10.0% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
8‐9
88.9% Penn
State
(2‐0) ## 15 22 12 23 25 02 24 35

Player JACKSON,
David
 JONES,
Andrew BATTLE,
Talor FRAZIER,
Tim BROOKS,
Jeff BUIE,
Taran WOODYARD,
C
 OLIVER,
Billy TEAM Totals..............

f c g g g

tot‐fg fg fga 2 7 3 5 4 12 0 1 7 11 3 8 0 7 1 4

ft 6 0 3 3 2 0 0 0 0 1 0

fta 8 0 5 3 2 0 0 0 0 2 0

15 20

rebounds of de tot 1 4 5 0 1 1 2 4 6 2 7 9 0 3 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 4 1 2 3 0 0 0 2 4 6 9 29 38

2nd
Half:
14‐30
46.7% 2nd
Half:
3‐11
27.3% 2nd
Half:
7‐11
63.6% 3‐pt fg fga 1 3 0 0 0 6 0 1 0 2 0 4 0 2 0 3

20 55 1 21

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
12‐31
38.7% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
1‐12
8.3% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
5‐6
83.3%

ft 6 2 7 0 4 0 5 1

fta 6 4 12 0 4 0 6 2

25 34

of 1 2 0 0 2 1 3 3 1 13

pf 1 2 2 4 3 4 1 5 2 2 1

tp 12 0 13 11 9 2 0 0 0 10 0

to 0 0 3 0 2 1 3 3 2 5 0

27

57 12 19 4

Game:
34.5% Game:
19.0% Game:
75.0%

rebounds de tot pf 4 5 3 5 7 2 5 5 2 1 1 2 7 9 4 1 2 2 2 5 0 2 5 2 5 6 32 45 17

2nd
Half:
8‐24
33.3% 2nd
Half:
0‐9
0.0% 2nd
Half:
20‐28
71.4%

a 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 2 0 5 0

tp 11 8 15 0 18 6 5 3

a 1 0 5 2 1 0 0 0

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

s min 0 27 0 13 1 31 1 30 1 22 1 7 0 4 1 21 0 10 1 29 0 6 6 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 0

to 2 2 3 3 3 1 0 2

blk 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

66 9 16 3

Game:
36.4% Game:
4.8% Game:
73.5%

s min 0 31 0 27 2 39 1 15 0 30 0 17 3 19 1 22 7 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

Officials:
Terry
Wymer,
Brian
Dorsey,
Frank
Spencer Technical
fouls:
Saint
Joseph's‐None.
Penn
State‐None. Attendance:
5,846 Score
by
Periods Saint
Joseph's Penn
State

1st 2nd 19 38 30 36

Total 57 66

Game
3:
November
20,
2010
‐
Hagan
Arena Philly
Hoop
Group
Classic
‐
SJU
70
‐
Norfolk
State
65

Daryus
Quarles had
17
points
and
Carl
Jones
scored
16
to
lead
Saint
Joseph's
over
Norfolk State,
70‐65,
in
the
opening
game
of
the
Philly
Hoop
Group
Classic
for
the
Hawks'
first
vic‐ tory.
Quarles
made
4‐of‐5
three‐pointers,
with
a
number
of
key
baskets,
for
the
first
dou‐ ble‐figure
game
of
his
career.
Jones
made
8‐of‐8
free
throws
in
the
final
minute
and
was 11‐for‐12
in
the
game.
The
Hawks
trailed
in
the
early
going
but
took
their
first
lead
of
the game,
20‐19,
on
a
jumper
by
Quarles.
Norfolk
State
regained
the
lead
quickly,
21‐19,
but the
 Hawks
 would
 score
 the
 next
 five
 points.
 A
 jumper
 by
 Langston
 Galloway gave
 the Hawks
a
28‐24
halftime
lead.
With
SJU
holding
a
31‐24
lead,
Norfolk
State
went
on
a
7‐0 run
to
knot
the
score
at
31.
After
a
33‐33
tie
Quarles
made
a
free
throw
and
hit
another three‐pointer
to
push
the
Hawks'
lead
to
37‐33.
Norfolk
State
would
force
one
more
tie, 41‐41,
but Todd
O'Brien's layup
would
push
the
Hawks
ahead
again
and
with
5:18
to
play, Quarles
hit
another
three
to
give
SJU
a
53‐46
cushion.
The
Spartans
closed
to
within
two points
one
more
time,
55‐53,
but
Jones
answered
for
the
Hawks
with
a
jumper
at
2:43 before
starting
his
trips
to
the
foul
line. Norfolk
State
(1‐2) ## 10 32 01 11 15 03 05 20 23 24

Player O'QUINN,Kyle f TAMARES,Marcos f HAMPTON,Rob g WILLIAMS,P g McCAULEY,Rodneyg PAULINE,Aleek ZEPHYR,Tim REVELS,Reggie GOODE,Brandon WHEELESS,Brandon TEAM Totals..............

tot‐fg fg fga 9 14 0 2 7 18 4 7 2 5 0 2 2 7 0 1 0 1 1 1

3‐pt fg fga 1 2 0 1 2 5 2 4 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

25 58 5 15

## 01 24 32 10 35

Player AIKEN,
C.J. QUARLES,
Daryus HILLIARD,
Idris GALLOWAY,
L JONES,
Carl

f f f g g

tot‐fg fg fga 1 4 5 9 4 10 3 12 2 7

fta 5 2 3 1 2 4 0 0 0 0

10 17

rebounds of de tot 4 9 13 0 1 1 0 3 3 2 4 6 1 4 5 0 3 3 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 7 29 36

2nd
Half:
15‐30
50.0% 2nd
Half:
3‐9
33.3% 2nd
Half:
8‐11
72.7%

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
10‐28
35.7% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
2‐6
33.3% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
2‐6
33.3% Saint
Joseph's
(1‐2)

ft 4 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 0 0

3‐pt fg fga 1 2 4 5 0 1 0 4 1 3

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 55

ft 1 3 0 2 11

fta 2 4 0 2 12

rebounds of de tot 1 5 6 0 5 5 1 4 5 1 5 6 0 3 3

pf 3 0 3 2 4 4 1 0 0 3

tp 23 0 19 10 4 3 4 0 0 2

a 1 1 2 4 1 5 2 0 0 0

to 2 0 2 0 1 4 1 0 0 1

20

65 16 11 4

Game:
43.1% Game:
33.3% Game:
58.8%

pf 1 2 1 0 3

tp 4 17 8 8 16

a 1 0 2 4 2

blk 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

s min 0 31 0 13 1 34 0 24 1 23 1 37 1 24 0 3 0 1 0 10 4 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

to 1 1 0 3 0

blk 1 1 0 1 0

s min 0 26 0 24 0 36 0 32 0 21


2010-11 BOX SCORES 02 05 11 13

O'BRIEN,
Todd SWILLING,
Patrick BENTLEY,
Charoy ROBERTS,
Ronald TEAM Totals..............

2 1 0 3

2 3 2 6

0 0 0 0

0 1 1 0

21 55 6 17

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
12‐31
38.7% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
3‐11
27.3% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
1‐1
100%

1 3 0 1

2 4 0 1

22 27

0 0 0 1 3 7

2 3 3 0

2 3 3 1 3 30 37

2nd
Half:
9‐24
37.5% 2nd
Half:
3‐6
50.0% 2nd
Half:
21‐26
80.8%

0 5 1 0

5 5 0 7

0 1 4 1

2 1 2 0

13

70 15 10 3

Game:
38.2% Game:
35.3% Game:
81.5%

0 0 0 0

1 1 0 0

13 20 17 11

2 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

Officials:
Jeff
Janosik,
Greg
Durrah,
Joe
Anhalt Technical
fouls:
Norfolk
State‐None.
Saint
Joseph's‐None. Attendance:
3,712 Score
by
Periods Norfolk
State Saint
Joseph's

1st 2nd 24 41 28 42

11 JORDAN,
Lyndon 15 BARROW,
Maurice 41 MATTHEWS,
Keith TEAM Totals..............

0 2 0 0 0 0

20 56 5 23

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
9‐27
33.3% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
3‐14
21.4% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
4‐6
66.7%

0 0 2 2 0 0 6 11

0 0 1 1 12

2 0 0 2 20

2 0 1 3 32

2nd
Half:
11‐29
37.9% 2nd
Half:
2‐9
22.2% 2nd
Half:
2‐5
40.0%

3 3 0 22

0 2 0

2 1 1 0 0 0 1 51 15 12

Game:
35.7% Game:
21.7% Game:
54.5%

0 1 0

1 0 0

17 5 1

3

7 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

Officials:
Mike
McCloskey,
Joe
DeMayo,
Kevin
Ferguson Technical
fouls:
Saint
Joseph's‐None.
Fairfield‐None.
 Attendance:
2,214 Score
by
Periods Saint
Joseph's Fairfield

Total 65 70

0 3 0 1 0 0

1st 2nd 19 41 25 26

Total 60 51

Game
5:
November
26,
2010
‐
The
Palestra Philly
Hoop
Group
Classic
‐
SJU
76
‐
Rutgers
60

Carl
Jones
had
a
career‐high
21
points
and
freshman
Langston
Galloway
had
20
as
Saint Joseph's
defeated
Rutgers,
76‐70,
to
win
the
Philly
Hoop
Group
Classic
at
The
Palestra. Galloway
 shot
 7‐for‐8
 from
 the
 field
 and
 handed
 out
 eight
 assists.
 Jones
 made
 7‐of‐10 from
the
foul
line
while
Idris
Hilliard added
10
points.
The
Hawks
led
for
most
of
the
first half,
but
after
trailing
22‐21,
SJU
scored
the
next
11
straight
points,
keyed
by
five
points each
from
Jones
and
Galloway,
to
take
a
33‐22
lead.
Rutgers
used
a
pair
of
three‐pointers to
close
to
within
34‐28
at
the
half.
Rutgers
cut
the
Hawk
lead
to
38‐35
early
in
the
sec‐ ond
half
before
Jones
connected
on
a
three‐pointer
and
made
a
layup
to
build
the
Hawks' lead
back
to
43‐35.
A
three
from
Galloway
and
a
layup
by
Justin
Crosgile gave
SJU
a
50‐ 40
edge
at
12:47,
its
biggest
of
the
half.
Back‐to‐back
Rutgers
baskets
cut
the
deficit
to
62‐ 61
at
4:19,
and
Rutgers
pulled
within
a
point
one
more
time,
but
again
it
was
Jones
who answered,
with
two
free
throws
and
a
layup
to
give
the
Hawks
a
68‐63
edge
at
2:58.
A three‐pointer
 by
 Charoy
 Bentley built
 the
 lead
 to
 72‐63
 and
 the
 Hawks
 closed
 out
 the game
with
4‐of‐5
foul
shooting
down
the
stretch.
The
game
pitted
Saint
 Joseph's
 head coach
Phil
Martelli
against
his
son
Jimmy,
who
is
an
assistant
at
Rutgers,
as
well
as
against his
former
assistant
coach
Mike
Rice,
who
is
the
Scarlet
Knights'
head
coach.
It
marked
the first
time
that
the
elder
Martelli
coached
against
one
of
his
sons
in
a
regular‐season
game.
 Rutgers
(3‐2)

Saint
Joseph’s
defeated
 Fairfield
 on
 the
 road,
 Norfolk
 State
 at
 home
 (pic‐ tured)
and
Rutgers
at
The
Palestra
to
capture
the
Philly
Hoop
Group
Classic. Game
4:
November
23,
2010
‐
Arena
at
Harbor
Yards
‐
Bridgeport,
Conn. Philly
Hoop
Group
Classic
‐
SJU
60
‐
Fairfield
51

Langston
Galloway had
15
points
and
C.J.
Aiken added
13
points,
eight
rebounds
and
six blocks
as
Saint
Joseph's
fought
off
a
six‐point
halftime
deficit
on
the
way
to
a
60‐51
victo‐ ry
in
the
Philly
Hoop
Group
Classic
at
Fairfield. Idris
Hilliard (12)
and
Carl
Jones (13)
round‐ ed
out
a
quartet
of
double‐figure
scorers
for
SJU.
Fairfield
took
the
lead
in
the
first
half and
stretched
the
advantage
to
as
many
as
11
points
at
25‐14.
The
Hawks
scored
the
final five
 points
 of
 the
 period
 on
 a
 pair
 of
 free
 throws
 by
 Aiken
 and
 a
 three‐pointer
 from Galloway,
slashing
the
deficit
to
25‐19
at
the
break.
The
Hawks
burst
out
of
the
gates
in the
second
as
Hilliard
started
with
a
jumper
39
seconds
in
to
cut
the
margin
to
four
before Galloway
and
Jones
each
turned
steals
into
breakaways
for
a
25‐25
tie
just
83
seconds into
the
second
period.
Jones'
layup
capped
off
an
11‐0
SJU
run
over
4:25
of
game
action spanning
both
halves.
In
a
back‐and‐forth
contest
with
no
team
leading
by
more
than
a field
goal
for
much
of
the
second
half,
the
Stags
nosed
ahead,
45‐44,
with
6:11
remaining. Saint
Joseph's
took
the
lead
for
good
on
a
layup
by
Aiken
with
5:35
to
go
that
put
the Hawks
on
top,
46‐45.
SJU
then
held
the
Stags
without
a
point
until
a
free
throw
with
just 58
seconds
left.
SJU
sealed
the
victory
with
free
throws
and
a
layup
by
Jones
with
17
sec‐ onds
to
go. Saint
Joseph’s
(2‐2) ## 24 32 01 10 35 02 05 11 12 13 42

Player QUARLES,
Daryus HILLIARD,
Idris AIKEN,
C.J. GALLOWAY,
L JONES,
Carl O'BRIEN,
Todd SWILLING,
Patrick BENTLEY,
Charoy CROSGILE,
Justin ROBERTS,
Ronald BAPTISTE,
Carl TEAM Totals..............

f f c g g

tot‐fg fg fga 0 2 5 8 3 4 7 9 4 10 1 1 0 2 0 4 0 1 1 1 0 0

21 42 2 12

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
6‐20
30.0% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
2‐9
22.2% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
5‐6
83.3% Fairfield
(1‐3) ## 22 44 34 03 25 04

Player EDNEY,
Warren NERO,
Greg OLANDER,
Ryan NEEDHAM,
Derek NICKERSON,
Colin HAWKINS,
Yorel

3‐pt fg fga 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 5 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

f f c g g

tot‐fg fg fga 6 9 2 5 3 10 4 12 1 7 4 9

ft 0 2 7 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 2

fta 0 2 10 0 4 0 3 0 0 0 2

16 21

rebounds of de tot 0 4 4 2 4 6 0 8 8 1 4 5 0 0 0 1 2 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 5 0 0 0 1 1 5 28 33

2nd
Half:
15‐22
68.2% 2nd
Half:
0‐3
0.0% 2nd
Half:
11‐15
73.3% 3‐pt fg fga 2 3 0 0 0 3 2 8 0 4 1 3

ft 2 0 0 1 1 0

fta 2 2 2 2 1 0

rebounds of de tot 1 3 4 1 1 2 4 7 11 0 2 2 2 0 2 2 3 5

pf 2 2 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 2 1

tp 0 12 13 15 13 2 1 0 0 2 2

a 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 1 0

to 2 0 2 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 0

12

60 7 14 11 7 200

Game:
50.0% Game:
16.7% Game:
76.2%

pf 2 2 2 5 2 3

tp 16 4 6 11 3 9

a 0 3 2 3 4 0

blk 1 1 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

s min 0 22 1 28 0 26 2 32 4 30 0 10 0 18 0 11 0 8 0 11 0 4

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 1

to 2 0 1 4 1 2

blk 1 0 1 0 0 0

s min 1 29 0 29 1 32 2 39 0 27 2 21

## 24 55 10 11 31 02 05 21 32

Player MITCHELL,
J f BIRUTA,
Gilvydas f BEATTY,
James g MILLER,
Dane g COBURN,
Mike g CARROLL,
Austin LUMPKINS,
Robert JOHNSON,
Austin POOLE,
Mike TEAM Totals..............

tot‐fg fg fga 3 8 4 6 3 8 1 5 5 9 2 5 2 3 4 7 3 8

3‐pt fg fga 2 5 0 1 3 7 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1

27 59 6 18

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
12‐27
44.4% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
3‐9
33.3% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
1‐4
25.0% Saint
Joseph's
(3‐2) ## 24 32 01 10 35 02 05 11 12 13 42

Player QUARLES,
Daryus HILLIARD,
Idris AIKEN,
C.J. GALLOWAY,
L JONES,
Carl O'BRIEN,
Todd SWILLING,
Patrick BENTLEY,
Charoy CROSGILE,
Justin ROBERTS,
Ronald BAPTISTE,
Carl TEAM Totals..............

f f c g g

tot‐fg fg fga 1 4 3 6 3 5 7 8 6 13 1 3 0 4 1 2 3 4 0 0 0 0

ft 0 4 0 0 3 0 1 0 2

fta 0 4 1 2 6 0 2 2 2

10 19

rebounds of de tot 1 3 4 1 1 2 1 3 4 4 0 4 0 2 2 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 3 3 2 2 4 1 1 9 18 27

2nd
Half:
15‐32
46.9% 2nd
Half:
3‐9
33.3% 2nd
Half:
9‐15
60.0% 3‐pt fg fga 0 2 0 1 0 1 4 5 2 5 0 0 0 3 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 0

25 49 8 21

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
13‐28
46.4% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
4‐12
33.3% F
Throw
%

1st
Half:
4‐7
57.1%

ft 0 4 3 2 7 0 0 0 1 1 0

fta 0 4 4 2 10 1 0 0 2 2 0

18 25

rebounds of de tot 0 4 4 2 3 5 0 5 5 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 0 2 2 0 0 0 3 1 4 8 27 35

2nd
Half:
12‐21
57.1% 2nd
Half:
4‐9
44.4% 2nd
Half:
14‐18
77.8%

pf 2 2 2 5 3 1 2 1 3

tp 8 12 9 2 13 5 5 8 8

a 1 0 2 4 5 2 0 0 2

to 0 0 3 2 1 0 0 2 1

21

70 16 9

Game:
45.8% Game:
33.3% Game:
52.6%

a 1 1 1 8 1 0 3 0 3 1 0

blk 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2

s min 0 26 1 23 4 33 0 19 0 36 0 12 2 14 1 15 1 22

4

9 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 7

pf 1 2 1 2 3 0 1 1 1 0 0

tp 2 10 9 20 21 2 0 3 8 1 0

12

76 19 17 2

Game:
51.0% Game:
38.1% Game:
72.0%

to 1 2 4 1 4 0 1 1 1 2 0

blk 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

s min 0 11 0 33 2 29 1 31 0 34 0 10 0 17 0 13 0 13 0 8 0 1 3 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

Officials:
Earl
Walton,
John
Gaffney,
Gary
Prager Technical
fouls:
Rutgers‐LUMPKINS,
Robert.
Saint
Joseph's‐None. Attendance:
5219 Score
by
Periods Rutgers Saint
Joseph's

1st 2nd 28 42 34 42

Total 70 76

Game
6:
December
1,
2010
‐
Daskalaskis
Center
‐
Philadelphia,
Pa. Drexel
62
‐
SJU
50

Drexel
 dominated
 the
 boards
 and
 defeated
 Saint
 Joseph's,
 62‐50,
 to
 end
 the
 Hawks' three‐game
winning
streak.
It
was
the
first
game
between
the
city
rivals
played
at
Drexel's Daskalakis
Center
since
the
1992‐93
season.
The
Dragons
held
a
commanding
46‐23
edge in
rebounding,
and
limited
SJU
to
just
22
second‐half
points.
Carl
Jones
was
the
lone
Hawk in
double
figures
with
20
points
and
he
connected
on
SJU's
only
three‐pointer
of
the
night, as
the
visitors
were
just
1‐for‐6
behind
the
arc.
Langston
Galloway scored
nine
points
for SJU.
 Leading
 31‐28
 at
 halftime,
 Drexel
 scored
 the
 first
 five
 points
 of
 the
 half.
 With
 the

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 56


2010-11 BOX SCORES home
team
leading
38‐32
at
16:15,
both
teams
went
on
scoring
droughts,
with
Drexel
not scoring
until
12:30
to
play
and
SJU
going
for
five
minutes
without
a
basket
until
Ronald Roberts connnected
on
a
jumper.
Drexel
led
by
as
much
as
49‐36
in
the
second
half,
and Jones
 singlehandedly
 tried
 to
 get
 the
 Hawks
 back
 in
 the
 game.
 The
 sophomore
 scored nine
of
the
Hawks'
next
12
points
to
pull
SJU
within,
55‐48,
with
3:52
remaining.
But
a Drexel
layup
built
the
Dragons'
lead
back
to
58‐48
and
they
closed
out
the
win.
 Saint
Joseph's
(3‐3) ## 01 32 10 24 35 02 05 11 12 13

Player AIKEN,
C.J. HILLIARD,
Idris GALLOWAY,
L QUARLES,
Daryus JONES,
Carl O'BRIEN,
Todd SWILLING,
Patrick BENTLEY,
Charoy CROSGILE,
Justin ROBERTS,
Ronald TEAM Totals..............

f f g g g

tot‐fg fg fga 2 5 3 5 4 8 0 2 8 17 0 3 0 1 1 2 0 4 3 5

21 52 1 6

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
12‐29
41.4% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
0‐3
0.0% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
4‐5
80.0% Drexel
(4‐1) ## 44 45 04 11 32 03 35

Player McCOY,
Daryl GIVENS,
Samme MASSENAT,
F COLDS,
Gerald THOMAS,
Derrick FOUCH,
Chris RUFFIN,
Dartaye TEAM Totals..............

3‐pt fg fga 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

f f g g g

tot‐fg fg fga 7 8 4 9 1 4 2 8 2 8 6 13 1 5

fta 0 1 1 0 6 0 0 2 0 1

7 11

rebounds of de tot 0 1 1 0 4 4 0 4 4 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 3 3 2 2 4 4 19 23

2nd
Half:
9‐23
39.1% 2nd
Half:
1‐3
33.3% 2nd
Half:
3‐6
50.0% 3‐pt fg fga 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 2 6 0 0

23 55 2 11

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
13‐30
43.3% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
1‐8
12.5% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
4‐5
80.0%

ft 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 2 0 1

ft 1 1 1 6 0 3 2

fta 2 2 2 10 0 5 4

14 25

rebounds of de tot 5 13 18 3 7 10 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 1 2 1 3 4 3 7 3 2 5 17 29 46

2nd
Half:
10‐25
40.0% 2nd
Half:
1‐3
33.3% 2nd
Half:
10‐20
50.0%

pf 0 3 4 3 2 2 1 1 2 0

tp 4 6 9 0 20 0 0 4 0 7

a 1 0 4 0 0 1 1 1 0 0

to 1 3 1 0 2 1 1 0 1 2

18

50 8 12 8

Game:
40.4% Game:
16.7% Game:
63.6%

a 0 0 9 3 2 2 0

blk 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

s min 0 23 0 32 0 34 0 16 2 33 0 11 1 12 0 12 1 12 0 15 4 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

pf 2 4 1 3 1 1 2

tp 15 9 3 10 4 17 4

to 2 3 3 2 2 0 2

14

62 16 14 4

Game:
41.8% Game:
18.2% Game:
56.0%

blk 1 0 1 1 0 0 1

s min 1 36 1 22 1 35 1 35 0 21 0 29 1 22 5 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 6

Officials:
Brian
Dorsey,
Dwayne
Gladden,
Tony
Dawkins Technical
fouls:
Saint
Joseph's‐None.
Drexel‐None. Attendance:
2,532 Score
by
Periods Saint
Joseph's Drexel

1st 2nd 28 22 31 31

Total 50 62

Game
7:
December
3,
2010
‐
The
Pavilion
‐
Villanova,
Pa. #12
Villanova
71
‐
SJU
60

Saint
 Joseph's
 late
 second‐half
 rally
 wasn't
 enough
 as
 the
 Hawks
 fell
 to
 rival
 and
 12th‐ ranked
Villanova,
71‐60,
at
The
Pavilion
in
the
Philadelphia
Big
5
opener
for
both
teams. Carl
Jones
led
the
Hawks
with
19
points,
and
freshman
C.J.
Aiken blocked
seven
shots. Down
by
20
points
in
the
second
half,
the
Hawks'
Daryus
Quarles and
Charoy
Bentley
hit consecutive
 threes
 during
 a
 late
 9‐0
 run
 that
 got
 the
 Hawks
 within
 11
 points,
 while
 a jumper
by
Langston
Galloway
pulled
SJU
to
69‐60
with
40
seconds
to
play.
But
Villanova's Corey
Stokes
hit
two
free
throws
at
:33
to
provide
the
final
double‐digit
margin.
SJU
came out
strong
in
the
first
half
and
held
the
very
early
lead
before
Villanova
went
on
a
6‐0
run to
 take
 a
 16‐11
 edge.
 Saint
 Joseph's
 would
 cut
 VU's
 lead
 to
 20‐18
 on
 five
 consecutive points
from
Jones,
but
the
Wildcats
outscored
the
Hawks,
12‐5,
in
the
last
five
minutes
of the
period
to
take
a
38‐28
lead
at
the
break.
Villanova
used
another
12‐5
run
to
start
the second
half,
and
within
five
minutes,
held
a
commanding
50‐33
lead.
The
Wildcats
led
by as
much
as
21
points,
but
SJU's
young
group
refused
to
quit.
Quarles
scored
12
for
the Hawks
with
Idris
Hilliard adding
10
points. Saint
Joseph's
(3‐4,
0‐1
Big
5) tot‐fg Player fg fga AIKEN,
C.J. f 1 2 QUARLES,
Daryus f 4 12 HILLIARD,
Idris f 5 7 GALLOWAY,
L g 3 11 JONES,
Carl g 8 16 O'BRIEN,
Todd 0 0 SWILLING,
Patrick 0 3 BENTLEY,
Charoy 1 1 CROSGILE,
Justin 1 6 ROBERTS,
Ronald 1 1 BAPTISTE,
Carl 1 2 TEAM Totals.............. 25 61

## 01 24 32 10 35 02 05 11 12 13 42

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
12‐29
41.4% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
3‐11
27.3% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
1‐3
33.3% Villanova
(6‐1,
1‐0
Big
5) ## 00 13 02 10

Player PENA,
Antonio YAROU,
M WAYNS,
Maalik FISHER,
Corey

f c g g

tot‐fg fg fga 7 9 2 8 2 8 3 13

3‐pt fg fga 0 0 3 3 0 0 1 4 2 7 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 5 0 0 0 0

ft 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

8 23

2 7

fta 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 0

rebounds of de tot 0 3 3 2 1 3 4 3 7 0 6 6 0 5 5 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 2 0 2 2 2 12 22 34

2nd
Half:
13‐32
40.6% 2nd
Half:
5‐12
41.7% 2nd
Half:
1‐4
25.0% 3‐pt fg fga 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 6

ft 0 0 2 6

fta 1 0 2 8

pf 1 1 4 2 1 0 1 2 0 3 0

tp 2 12 10 7 19 0 0 3 3 2 2

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

to 2 1 1 0 4 0 1 0 1 0 0

15

60 9 10 9

Game:
41.0% Game:
34.8% Game:
28.6%

rebounds of de tot pf 3 11 14 1 7 5 12 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 1

tp 14 4 6 14

a 2 3 5 8

blk 7 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

s min 1 29 0 21 2 30 0 35 0 35 0 6 0 9 0 3 0 11 0 17 0 4 3 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

to 3 2 1 0

blk 1 0 0 0

s min 0 34 0 26 1 33 1 36

24 STOKES,
Corey 23 CHEEK,
Dominic 32 BELL,
James TEAM Totals..............

g

6 15 3 9 4 11 2 5 1 1 0 0

2 2 4 6 0 0

25 65 7 23

14 19

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
14‐36
38.9% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
4‐13
30.8% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
6‐7
85.7%

3 5 0 3 22

5 2 1

8 7 1 3 26 48

2nd
Half:
11‐29
37.9% 2nd
Half:
3‐10
30.0% 2nd
Half:
8‐12
66.7%

1 1 2

17 1 3 14 0 2 2 0 0

7

71 19 11 4

Game:
38.5% Game:
30.4% Game:
73.7%

1 1 1

1 2 0

37 23 11

5 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 1

Officials:
John
Cahill,
Roger
Ayers,
Ed
Corbett Technical
fouls:
Saint
Joseph's‐None.
Villanova‐None.
 Attendance:
6,500 Score
by
Periods Saint
Joseph's Villanova

1st 2nd 28 32 38 33

Total 60 71

Game
8:
December
5,
2010
‐
Jadwin
Gym
‐
Princeton,
N.J. Princeton
74
‐
SJU
65

Saint
Joseph’s
used
a
spirited
second‐half
effort,
but
couldn't
overcome
an
18‐point
half‐ time
 deficit,
 as
 the
 Hawks
 fell
 to
 Princeton,
 74‐65,
 at
 Jadwin
 Gym.
Carl
 Jones
 scored
 a career‐high
 24
 points
 in
 the
 loss,
 shooting
 6‐for‐10
 in
 the
 second
 half,
 as
 the
 Hawks attempted
 a
 comeback.
 Ronald
 Roberts had
 10
 points
 and
 seven
 rebounds.
 Princeton dominated
 from
 the
 start,
 jumping
 out
 to
 an
 8‐0
 lead
 and
 shooting
 5‐of‐9
 from
 three‐ point
range,
to
take
a
30‐12
lead
by
the
10‐minute
mark.
The
Tigers
connected
on
58.1 percent
from
the
field
and
owned
a
45‐27
lead
at
halftime.
The
Hawks
came
out
like
a
dif‐ ferent
 team
 in
 the
 second
 half,
 and
 forced
 five
 Princeton
 turnovers
 while
 keeping
 the Tigers
off
the
scoreboard
for
over
five
minutes.
Trailing
47‐34,
Roberts
would
spark
the Hawks
with
two
dunks
and
a
steal
as
SJU
pulled
within
52‐42,
on
a
dunk
by
C.J.
Aiken.
But back‐to‐back
three‐pointers
and
a
layup
built
the
Princeton
lead
back
up
to
60‐46
with 7:40
remaining.
SJU
couldn't
close
to
single
digits
but
scored
six
points
in
the
last
two
min‐ utes
to
provide
the
final
margin.
 Saint
Joseph's
(3‐5) ## 24 32 01 10 35 02 05 11 12 13 42

Player QUARLES,
Daryus HILLIARD,
Idris AIKEN,
C.J. GALLOWAY,
L JONES,
Carl O'BRIEN,
Todd SWILLING,
Patrick BENTLEY,
Charoy CROSGILE,
Justin ROBERTS,
Ronald BAPTISTE,
Carl TEAM Totals..............

f f c g g

tot‐fg fg fga 2 7 3 6 3 5 1 8 9 14 0 0 1 5 0 1 1 1 4 7 2 2

3‐pt fg fga 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 6 4 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

26 56 5 15

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
11‐27
40.7% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
1‐6
16.7% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
4‐7
57.1% Princeton
(5‐3) ## 22 34 44 20 33 02 05 14 24 32

Player SAUNDERS,
Pat f HUMMER,
Ian f CONNOLLY,
B c DAVIS,
Douglas g MAVRAIDES,
Dan g MADDOX,
Kareem BRAY,
T.J. CLEMENT,
Chris BARRETT,
Will DARROW,
Mack TEAM Totals..............

tot‐fg fg fga 5 8 8 12 0 1 4 12 2 6 3 5 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 3

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

fta 0 2 0 2 2 0 2 0 1 3 0

8 12

rebounds of de tot 1 0 1 1 2 3 2 4 6 1 0 1 0 3 3 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 2 7 1 4 5 1 2 3 13 19 32

2nd
Half:
15‐29
51.7% 2nd
Half:
4‐9
44.4% 2nd
Half:
4‐5
80.0% 3‐pt fg fga 4 6 0 0 0 0 3 7 1 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 3

25 50 10 22

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
18‐31
58.1% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
7‐15
46.7% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
2‐4
50.0%

ft 0 1 0 1 5 4 2 1 0 0

fta 0 3 0 2 6 4 2 1 0 0

14 18

rebounds of de tot 0 2 2 3 5 8 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 3 4 2 3 5 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 3 3 8

19 27

2nd
Half:
7‐19
36.8% 2nd
Half:
3‐7
42.9% 2nd
Half:
12‐14
85.7%

pf 2 4 4 4 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 20

tp 4 8 6 4 24 0 2 0 3 10 4

a 1 1 1 4 3 0 1 0 1 0 1

to 2 2 3 2 3 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 65 13 17

Game:
46.4% Game:
33.3% Game:
66.7%

a 1 3 1 2 2 3 0 0 0 3

blk 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

s min 0 21 0 29 0 36 1 20 3 31 0 2 1 10 1 4 0 10 1 27 0 10

3

7 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

pf 3 2 0 3 4 3 1 0 0 1

tp 14 17 0 12 10 10 2 3 0 6

17

74 15 14 1

Game:
50.0% Game:
45.5% Game:
77.8%

to 1 1 0 3 4 1 2 0 0 2

blk 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

s min 1 21 1 35 0 15 1 36 0 28 1 29 0 11 1 6 0 4 0 15 5 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

Officials:
Michael
Stephens,
Mike
McCloskey,
Bill
McCarthy Technical
fouls:
Saint
Joseph's‐JONES,
Carl;
TEAM.
Princeton‐DAVIS,
Douglas. Attendance:
2,010 Score
by
Periods Saint
Joseph's Princeton

1st 2nd 27 38 45 29

Total 65 74

Game
9:
December
8,
2010
‐
Hagan
Arena #22/20
Minnesota
83
‐
SJU
73

Minnesota
 placed
 five
 players
 in
 double
 figures
 and
 fought
 off
 a
 second‐half
 Saint Joseph's
rally
as
the
22nd‐ranked
Gophers
defeated
the
Hawks,
83‐73.
Carl
Jones
scored a
career‐high
29
points
and
freshman
Langston
Galloway had
21.
Jones
scored
23
points in
the
second
half
on
6‐for‐11
shooting,
while
Galloway
had
a
season‐high
seven
steals. SJU
shot
just
23.1
percent
in
the
first
half
to
allow
UM
to
stake
a
36‐26
lead
at
halftime. but
opened
the
second
half
with
an
11‐2
run
and
trailed
by
only
38‐37.
But
Minnesota broke
it
open
again
with
a
13‐0
run
that
gave
the
Gophers
a
51‐37
lead.
SJU
again
made a
move,
scoring
eight
straight
points,
but
every
time
the
Hawks
got
close,
the
Gophers answered
 with
 three‐pointers.
 Saint
 Joseph's
 pulled
 within
 68‐63
 on
 a
 layup
 from
 Idris Hilliard at
4:04
but
Minnesota
would
build
the
lead
back
to
75‐65
to
put
the
game
out
of reach.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 57


2010-11 BOX SCORES Minnesota
(8‐1) ## 32 33 50 24 34 13 15 20 23 45

Player MBAKWE,
Trevor WILLIAMS,
R SAMPSON
III,
R HOFFARBER,
B JOSEPH,
Devoe AHANMISI,
M WALKER,
Maurice HOLLINS,
Austin ARMELIN,
Gerald IVERSON,
Colton TEAM Totals..............

f f c g g

tot‐fg fg fga 6 12 1 2 4 9 4 8 6 11 1 5 5 8 2 3 2 4 0 2

31 64 8 17

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
16‐34
47.1% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
2‐6
33.3% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
2‐4
50.0% Saint
Joseph's
(3‐6) ## 01 24 32 10 35 02 05 11 12 13 42

Player AIKEN,
C.J. QUARLES,
Daryus HILLIARD,
Idris GALLOWAY,
L JONES,
Carl O'BRIEN,
Todd SWILLING,
Patrick BENTLEY,
Charoy CROSGILE,
Justin ROBERTS,
Ronald BAPTISTE,
Carl TEAM Totals..............

3‐pt fg fga 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 6 4 6 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

f f f g g

tot‐fg fg fga 1 6 3 9 3 6 6 13 8 19 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 4 3 9 0 1

2nd
Half:
15‐30
50.0% 2nd
Half:
6‐11
54.5% 2nd
Half:
11‐13
84.6% 3‐pt fg fga 0 1 0 2 0 2 4 9 5 11 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0

25 69 9 29

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
9‐39
23.1% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
3‐17
17.6% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
5‐6
83.3%

rebounds ft fta of de tot 0 0 4 12 16 0 0 1 0 1 2 3 1 4 5 2 2 0 2 2 3 4 0 2 2 4 4 1 0 1 0 2 3 2 5 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 3 4 0 0 1 2 3 1 1 13 17 12 29 41

ft 1 0 0 5 8 0 0 0 0 0 0

fta 2 0 0 5 9 0 0 0 0 0 0

14 16

rebounds of de tot 4 3 7 2 3 5 0 2 2 0 4 4 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 5 1 6 0 1 1 2 3 5 14 24 38

2nd
Half:
16‐30
53.3% 2nd
Half:
6‐12
50.0% 2nd
Half:
9‐10
90.0%

pf 2 2 4 0 3 1 0 0 1 2

tp 12 2 10 14 19 6 10 6 4 0

a 1 1 2 3 3 1 4 4 0 0

to 2 1 5 1 2 1 1 1 1 0

15

83 19 15 4

Game:
48.4% Game:
47.1% Game:
76.5%

a 1 2 1 3 6 0 0 0 0 0 0

blk 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

s min 1 32 0 8 1 22 1 34 2 27 0 13 0 15 4 29 1 10 0 10 10 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

pf 2 1 2 3 3 0 0 1 1 0 1

tp 3 6 6 21 29 0 0 0 2 6 0

to 4 1 2 0 1 0 2 1 2 1 0

14

73 13 14 1

Game:
36.2% Game:
31.0% Game:
87.5%

blk 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

s min 1 29 0 25 0 26 7 38 1 38 0 1 0 9 0 1 0 8 1 20 0 5 10 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

Officials:
Mike
Kitts,
D.J.
Carstensen,
Ron
Tyburski Technical
fouls:
Minnesota‐None.
Saint
Joseph's‐None. Attendance:
3,911 Score
by
Periods Minnesota Saint
Joseph's

1st 2nd 36 47 26 47

Total 83 73

Game
10:
December
11,
2010
‐
Qwest
Center
Omaha
‐
Omaha,
Neb. Creighton
82
‐
SJU
75

Creighton
came
back
from
a
first‐half
deficit
to
score
an
82‐75
victory
over
Saint
Joseph's, Carl
Jones led
the
way
for
the
Hawks
with
a
team‐high
17
points.
The
teams
traded
leads in
the
second
half
before
the
Bluejays
took
the
52‐48
edge
at
13:29.

SJU’s
Justin
Crosgile had
 a
 string
 of
 threes
 to
 pull
 the
 Hawks
 closer
 at
 60‐55.
 The
 Bluejays
 answered
 and Creighton
took
its
biggest
lead
of
the
second
half,
68‐59,
with
6:03
to
play.
SJU
cut
it
to 78‐72
and
after
a
Creighton
turnover,
Jones
was
fouled
on
a
three‐point
attempt
and
con‐ verted
all
three
at
38.7
seconds
to
pull
SJU
within
78‐75.
But
CU
hit
two
free
throws
at 31.5
and
the
Hawks
missed
on
their
next
possession.
Despite
a
30‐18
SJU
lead
in
the
first half,
Creighton
closed
out
the
half
with
a
20‐6
run,
to
take
a
38‐36
halftime
lead.
Langston Galloway was
the
only
other
Hawk
in
double
figures,
scoring
13
points.
 Saint
Joseph's
(3‐7) ## 01 24 32 10 35 02 05 12 13 42

Player AIKEN,
C.J. QUARLES,
Daryus HILLIARD,
Idris GALLOWAY,
L JONES,
Carl O'BRIEN,
Todd SWILLING,
Patrick CROSGILE,
Justin ROBERTS,
Ronald BAPTISTE,
Carl TEAM Totals..............

f f f g g

tot‐fg fg fga 4 7 2 9 3 9 3 11 6 14 0 0 0 0 5 8 2 2 1 2

26 62 9 21

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
14‐32
43.8% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
6‐11
54.5% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
2‐5
40.0% Creighton
(5‐4) ## 03 25 15 24 30 05 12 23 34

Player McDERMOTT,D f LAWSON,Kenny c KORVER,Kaleb g ASHFORD,Darryl g YOUNG,Antoine g JONES,Josh MANIGAT,Jahenns RUNNELS,Wayne WRAGGE,Ethan TEAM Totals..............

3‐pt fg fga 1 1 1 5 0 0 2 6 2 4 0 0 0 0 3 5 0 0 0 0

tot‐fg fg fga 0 5 11 17 2 4 1 5 6 10 0 1 0 1 0 2 7 10

fta 0 2 4 5 3 0 0 3 2 0

14 19

rebounds of de tot 3 2 5 1 2 3 0 4 4 3 3 6 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 3 2 5 1 2 3 2 1 3 14 19 33

2nd
Half:
12‐30
40.0% 2nd
Half:
3‐10
30.0% 2nd
Half:
12‐14
85.7% 3‐pt fg fga 0 1 1 3 1 3 1 2 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 1 6 9

27 55 9 24

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
13‐31
41.9% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
3‐13
23.1% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
9‐12
75.0%

ft 0 1 3 5 3 0 0 2 0 0

pf 4 2 3 3 3 0 0 2 2 3 22

tp 9 6 9 13 17 0 0 15 4 2

a 1 4 1 3 3 0 2 1 0 0

to 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 1 2 1 75 15 9

Game:
41.9% Game:
42.9% Game:
73.7%

blk 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

s min 1 24 1 23 0 32 3 36 1 33 0 2 0 5 0 23 0 12 0 10

2

6 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

fta 2 8 0 4 5 0 2 0 2

rebounds of de tot 2 3 5 4 14 18 0 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 3

pf 3 0 2 5 1 0 2 1 3

tp 0 30 5 6 17 0 2 0 22

19 23

11 24 35

17

82 17 10 3

ft 0 7 0 3 5 0 2 0 2

2nd
Half:
14‐24
58.3% 2nd
Half:
6‐11
54.5% 2nd
Half:
10‐11
90.9%

a 1 2 6 0 5 0 1 0 2

Game:
49.1% Game:
37.5% Game:
82.6%

to 1 4 1 1 2 0 1 0 0

blk 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

s min 1 19 0 34 0 33 2 27 0 39 0 4 0 18 0 8 0 18 3 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

Officials:
Terry
Wymer,
Bo
Boroski,
Dave
Draucker Technical
fouls:
Saint
Joseph's‐None.
Creighton‐None. Attendance:
14,345 Score
by
Periods Saint
Joseph's Creighton

1st 2nd 36 39 38 44

Total 75 82

Game
11:
December
21,
2010
‐
Agganis
Arena
‐
Boston,
Mass. Boston
University
85
‐
SJU
79

Boston
University
used
a
27‐6
run
over
a
nine‐minute
stretch
in
the
second
half
to
earn an
85‐79
win
over
Saint
Joseph's
at
Agganis
Arena.
Langston
Galloway paced
the
Hawks with
24
points,
buoyed
by
a
6‐of‐8
performance
from
three‐point
range,
while
Carl
Jones added
21
points
and
seven
assists.
Ronald
Roberts also
chipped
in
with
10
points
in
14 minutes
 of
 action.
 SJU
 led
 by
 a
 point
 at
 the
 break
 and
 built
 a
 12‐point
 lead
 midway through
the
second
stanza,
but
the
Terriers
clawed
back
over
the
final
10‐plus
minutes
to emerge
with
the
victory.
After
BU
cut
SJU’s
lead
to
39‐38
at
halftime,
Galloway
and
Jones came
out
of
the
tunnel
on
a
mission,
combining
to
score
14
of
SJU's
first
18
points
in
the second
half
and
staking
their
team
to
a
four‐point
advantage
with
11:55
to
go.
Leading
57‐ 53,
the
Hawks
scored
eight
straight
points
to
take
their
biggest
lead
of
the
game,
65‐53, with
10:34
to
play.
BU
countered
with
10
consecutive
points
to
cut
it
to
65‐63
with
8:55 remaining,
 before
 finishing
 a
 14‐5
 run
 to
 tie
 the
 score
 at
 67‐67
 with
 6:11
 to
 play.
 The Terriers
 took
 their
 first
 lead
 of
 the
 half,
 73‐71,
 and
 would
 increase
 it
 to
 80‐71
 on
 free throws.
Five
consecutive
points
from
Jones
cut
the
deficit
to
80‐76,
but
two
free
throws at
 :35
 gave
 the
 Terriers
 the
 82‐76
 lead.
 BU
 hit
 its
 free
 throws
 while
 Galloway
 added
 a three‐pointer
at
:09
to
set
the
final
margin.
 Saint
Joseph's
(3‐8) ## 01 24 32 10 35 05 12 13 42

Player AIKEN,
C.J. QUARLES,
Daryus HILLIARD,
Idris GALLOWAY,
L JONES,
Carl SWILLING,
Patrick CROSGILE,
Justin ROBERTS,
Ronald BAPTISTE,
Carl TEAM Totals..............

f f f g g

tot‐fg fg fga 3 8 1 6 2 6 8 13 4 14 1 1 1 5 5 6 1 2

3‐pt fg fga 0 2 0 2 0 0 6 8 2 7 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 1

26 61 9 23

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
14‐29
48.3% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
3‐8
37.5% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
8‐12
66.7% Boston
University
(5‐7) ## 21 23 32 05 13 01 02 15 25

Player O'BRIEN,
Jake HOLLAND,
John PELAGE,
Jeff TERRY,
Mike IRVING,
D.J. PARTIN,
Darryl GRIFFIN,
Matt MORRIS,
Dom HAZEL,
Patrick TEAM Totals..............

f f c g g

tot‐fg fg fga 2 5 6 14 0 2 1 4 1 5 10 15 1 2 2 5 2 5

ft 3 0 2 2 11 0 0 0 0

fta 3 0 3 2 17 2 0 0 0

18 27

rebounds of de tot 2 3 5 3 0 3 2 7 9 2 5 7 2 1 3 0 0 0 4 1 5 0 1 1 1 0 1 3 1 4 19 19 38

2nd
Half:
12‐32
37.5% 2nd
Half:
6‐15
40.0% 2nd
Half:
10‐15
66.7% 3‐pt fg fga 1 2 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 1 6 8 1 1 0 0 0 0

25 57 9 16

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
14‐35
40.0% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
4‐9
44.4% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
6‐8
75.0%

ft 6 7 0 1 7 3 0 1 1

fta 7 8 0 2 8 3 0 2 1

26 31

rebounds of de tot 3 6 9 1 7 8 3 4 7 0 3 3 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 3 3 6 4 0 4 3 3 18 25 43

2nd
Half:
11‐22
50.0% 2nd
Half:
5‐7
71.4% 2nd
Half:
20‐23
87.0%

pf 4 3 5 4 1 1 0 4 1

tp 9 2 6 24 21 3 2 10 2

a 0 0 5 3 7 2 1 0 0

to 2 1 0 0 1 0 4 0 1

23

79 18 9

Game:
42.6% Game:
39.1% Game:
66.7%

a 0 3 0 0 4 1 1 0 0

blk 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

s min 0 25 0 25 0 39 2 36 1 34 0 9 0 12 0 14 0 6

5

3 199

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 0

pf 3 2 4 3 3 3 2 2 2

tp 11 19 0 4 9 29 3 5 5

to 1 2 0 1 0 3 0 0 0

24

85 9 7

Game:
43.9% Game:
56.3% Game:
83.9%

blk 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

s min 1 35 2 34 1 10 0 15 0 24 3 31 0 16 0 19 0 16

3

7 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 0

Officials:
Paul
Faia,
John
Regan,
Earl
Walton Technical
fouls:
Saint
Joseph's‐None.
Boston
University‐None. Attendance:
912 Score
by
Periods Saint
Joseph's Boston
University

1st 2nd 39 40 38 47

Total 79 85

Game
12:
December
28,
2010
‐
Hart
Center
‐
Worcester,
Mass. SJU
65
‐
Holy
Cross
54

Justin
 Crosgile scored
 19
 points
 in
 25
 minutes
 off
 the
 bench
 and
 C.J.
 Aiken added
 10 points
as
Saint
Joseph's
defeated
Holy
Cross,
65‐54,
at
the
Hart
Center.
Crosgile
connect‐ ed
on
a
career‐high
five
three‐pointers
in
the
contest.
The
win
snapped
a
six‐game
losing streak
for
the
Hawks
and
marked
the
squad's
first
victory
in
the
month
of
December.
Saint Joseph's
 started
 out
 extremely
 cold,
 missing
 its
 first
 eight
 shots
 and
 scoring
 only
 two points
in
the
first
six
minutes.
But
freshman
Daryus
Quarles broke
the
skid
with
a
three‐ pointer
at
14:36,
and
from
there
the
Hawks
would
score
eight
straight
points
and
take
a 10‐5
lead.
Carl
Jones heated
up
from
the
field
and
scored
nine
points
in
just
over
a
minute to
give
the
Hawks
a
26‐12
lead,
their
biggest
of
the
half.
SJU
went
into
the
locker
room with
 a
 31‐23
 lead.
 The
 Hawks
 opened
 it
 up
 midway
 through
 the
 second
 half
 and
 Holy Cross
eventually
cut
it
to
62‐51,

but
SJU
put
it
away
from
the
foul
line.

 Saint
Joseph's
(4‐8) ## 24 32 01 10 35

Player QUARLES,
Daryus HILLIARD,
Idris AIKEN,
C.J. GALLOWAY,
L JONES,
Carl

f f c g g

tot‐fg fg fga 4 8 1 4 4 7 3 9 4 13

3‐pt fg fga 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 2

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 58

ft 0 2 2 1 0

fta 0 4 4 2 1

rebounds of de tot 0 2 2 2 6 8 1 3 4 3 6 9 0 2 2

pf 0 2 4 2 0

tp 9 4 10 7 9

a 3 1 0 3 3

to 0 2 1 1 1

blk 0 0 5 0 0

s min 0 21 1 33 0 27 1 35 2 33


2010-11 BOX SCORES 02 12 13 42

O'BRIEN,
Todd CROSGILE,
Justin ROBERTS,
Ronald BAPTISTE,
Carl TEAM Totals..............

1 5 2 0

3 9 4 0

Holy
Cross
(1‐10) Player CAVATALO,
Mike OBEYSEKERE,
E KEISTER,
Andrew BROWN,
Devin BEINERT,
Andrew GOENS,
Dee STEVENS,
Jordan JONES,
Josh DUDZINSKI,
Dave TEAM Totals..............

0 6 0 0

24 57 7 14

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
11‐31
35.5% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
4‐7
57.1% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
5‐9
55.6%

## 05 35 34 02 22 01 32 42 50

0 5 0 0

f f c g g

tot‐fg fg fga 6 11 2 8 4 9 3 9 3 8 0 1 2 6 0 1 3 9

0 4 2 0

10 17

0 2 0 0 3 11

0 2 0 1 6 28

0 4 0 1 9 39

2nd
Half:
13‐26
50.0% 2nd
Half:
3‐7
42.9% 2nd
Half:
5‐8
62.5% 3‐pt fg fga 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 7 1 5 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 1

23 62 5 17

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
9‐28
32.1% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
3‐8
37.5% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
2‐2
100%

0 4 1 0

ft 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

fta 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 2

3 6

rebounds of de tot 3 5 8 0 5 5 2 7 9 0 1 1 0 3 3 0 0 0 3 1 4 0 0 0 2 4 6 2 2 12 26 38

2nd
Half:
14‐34
41.2% 2nd
Half:
2‐9
22.2% 2nd
Half:
1‐4
25.0%

2 1 0 0

2 19 5 0

0 2 0 0

0 2 1 0

0 0 2 0

0 1 0 0

5 25 17 4

11

65 12 8

7

5 200

Game:
42.1% Game:
50.0% Game:
58.8%

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

pf 0 4 3 1 4 0 2 0 2

blk 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

s min 0 27 0 29 0 31 0 28 0 38 0 2 1 25 0 2 2 18

3

3 200

16

tp 12 6 8 9 7 0 5 0 7

a 1 1 2 0 8 0 1 0 0

to 0 2 3 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 54 13 11

Game:
37.1% Game:
29.4% Game:
50.0%

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

1st 2nd 31 34 23 31

## 24 32 01 10 35 05 12 13 42

Player QUARLES,
Daryus HILLIARD,
Idris AIKEN,
C.J. GALLOWAY,
L JONES,
Carl SWILLING,
Patrick CROSGILE,
Justin ROBERTS,
Ronald BAPTISTE,
Carl TEAM Totals..............

f f c g g

tot‐fg fg fga 2 6 2 3 4 10 4 12 5 16 0 1 3 8 0 0 1 2

3‐pt fg fga 0 2 0 0 0 3 1 5 1 4 0 1 3 7 0 0 0 0

21 58 5 22

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
11‐28
39.3% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
3‐14
21.4% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
2‐2
100%

Score
by
Periods Siena Saint
Joseph's

2nd
Half:
10‐30
33.3% 2nd
Half:
2‐8
25.0% 2nd
Half:
9‐12
75.0%

1st 2nd 23 25 27 31

Total 65 54

Carl
 Jones
 led
 the
 win
 over
 Siena
 scoring
 17
 points
 ‐
 he
 would
 go
 on
 to record
double
figures
in
all
but
three
games
on
the
season.
 Game
13:
December
31,
2010
‐
Hagan
Arena SJU
58
‐
Siena
48

Carl
Jones
scored
17
points
to
lead
four
Hawks
in
double
figures
as
Saint
Joseph's
held
off Siena,
58‐48,
in
a
New
Year's
Eve
game
at
Hagan
Arena.
It
was
SJU's
second
win
in
a
row and
 just
 its
 first
 home
 game
 since
 December
 8.
 Justin
 Crosgile added
 11
 points
 and Langston
Galloway and
C.J. Aiken
each
contributed
10
points.
Aiken
also
grabbed
nine rebounds
and
blocked
four
shots.The
Hawks
held
a
27‐23
lead
at
halftime,
but
saw
Siena go
 on
 a
 quick
 6‐0
 run
 to
 take
 a
 34‐33
 lead
 with
 14:37
 to
 play.
 Saint
 Joseph's
 would outscore
the
Saints,
10‐2,
paced
by
five
points
from
Galloway,
to
regain
the
lead,
43‐36
at 11:08.
A
three‐pointer
by
Siena
pulled
the
visitors
within
43‐41
at
8:22
but
Saint
Joseph's answered
with
a
5‐0
run,
ending
with
a
tip‐in
by
Aiken,
to
give
the
Hawks
a
48‐41
edge. SJU
converted
6‐of‐8
free
throws
in
the
final
37
seconds
to
preserve
the
win
and
com‐ mitted
a
season‐low
five
turnovers
in
the
victory.
 tot‐fg fg fga 3 6 2 7 5 10 3 12 5 11 0 0 0 3 2 9 1 6

3‐pt fg fga 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 4 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 4

21 64 2 17

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
11‐33
33.3% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
0‐9
0.0% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
1‐7
14.3%

ft 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0

fta 2 0 0 4 0 2 0 2 1

4 11

pf 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1

tp 4 4 10 10 17 0 11 0 2

a 0 2 0 2 4 1 1 0 0

to 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0

11

58 10 5

Game:
36.2% Game:
22.7% Game:
78.6%

blk 0 1 4 2 1 0 0 2 0

s min 0 20 1 33 1 30 1 36 1 36 0 5 1 23 0 13 0 4

10 5 200 DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

Total 48 58

Player SAUNDERS,
D CLARK,
Bill TALLEY,
Mike McCONNELL,
T.J. MONTEIRO,
B.J. WRIGHT,
Joel EVANS,
Eric JONES,
Jerry JOHNSON,
Sean TEAM Totals..............

f f g g g

tot‐fg fg fga 5 8 9 14 0 3 4 10 3 5 0 0 3 6 0 0 1 6

3‐pt fg fga 0 1 4 7 0 0 3 5 2 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2

25 52 10 20

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
14‐25
56.0% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
5‐9
55.6% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
9‐14
64.3%

Player ANOSIKE,
OD f WIGNOT,
Owen f ROSSITER,
Ryan c DOWNEY,
Kyle g BROOKINS,
R g WALTERS,
Brandon BURDINE,
Trenity MARTENS,
Davis BREEDEN,
J TEAM Totals..............

11 14

rebounds of de tot 0 3 3 0 4 4 3 6 9 2 4 6 2 5 7 0 1 1 0 2 2 1 4 5 0 0 0 2 2 8 31 39

Game
14:
January
5,
2011
‐
Hagan
Arena Duquesne
75
‐
SJU
63

## 25 30 01 20 23 02 03 05 32

## 01 31 22 03 12 00 02 21 32

fta 0 0 3 1 8 0 2 0 0

Officials:
Joe
DeMayo,
Bryan
Kersey,
Gary
Prager Technical
fouls:
Siena‐None.
Saint
Joseph's‐None. Attendance:
3,867

Duquesne
(8‐5,
1‐0
A‐10)

Siena
(4‐8)

ft 0 0 2 1 6 0 2 0 0

Duquesne
built
up
a
double‐digit
lead
early
in
the
game
and
stopped
Saint
Joseph's
sec‐ ond‐half
 rally
 to
 defeat
 the
 Hawks,
 75‐63,
 in
 the
 A‐10
 opener
 at
 Hagan
 Arena.
 
 Saint Joseph's
was
paced
by
Langston
Galloway,
who
had
20
points,
and
Ronald
Roberts,
who notched
career‐highs
of
13
points
and
10
rebounds,
to
record
the
seasons’s
first
double‐ double.
Duquesne
took
control
from
the
start
and
by
the
13:50
mark,
held
an
18‐8
lead. The
Dukes
forced
the
Hawks
into
12
turnovers
and
a
9‐for‐24
shooting
effort,
building
the lead
up
to
31‐15
with
8:55
to
play.
DU
held
a
42‐26
lead
at
intermission
and
then
took
its biggest
lead
of
the
game,
56‐33
at
14:21.
The
Hawks
would
put
together
a
13‐1
run
to close
 the
 gap
 and
 pull
 within
 57‐46
 at
 6:56.
 But
 back‐to‐back
 three
 pointers
 increased Duquesne's
 margin
 to
 63‐48
 with
 5:50
 remaining.
 Saint
 Joseph's
 cut
 the
 deficit
 to
 11 points
one
more
time,
72‐61,
on
a
tip‐in
by
Galloway
at
1:18,
but
ran
out
of
time.


Officials:
D.J.
Carstensen,
John
Gwynn,
Gary
Pucino Technical
fouls:
Saint
Joseph's‐None.
Holy
Cross‐None. Attendance:
1,892 Score
by
Periods Saint
Joseph's Holy
Cross

Saint
Joseph's
(5‐8)

rebounds of de tot 1 3 4 0 1 1 5 10 15 2 6 8 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 4 2 6 1 2 3 3 3 6 16 30 46

2nd
Half:
10‐31
32.3% 2nd
Half:
2‐8
25.0% 2nd
Half:
3‐4
75.0%

pf 1 3 4 1 4 0 0 1 1

tp 6 4 10 8 12 0 0 6 2

a 1 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 3

15

48 9 8

Game:
32.8% Game:
11.8% Game:
36.4%

to 0 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 0

blk 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1

s min 0 25 0 30 1 39 1 39 0 23 0 1 0 10 0 15 0 18

5

2 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

Saint
Joseph's
(5‐9,
0‐1
A‐10) tot‐fg Player fg fga AIKEN,
C.J. f 1 4 HILLIARD,
Idris f 0 3 GALLOWAY,
L g 6 10 QUARLES,
Daryus g 5 12 JONES,
Carl g 2 9 SWILLING,
Patrick 1 3 1 4 CROSGILE,
Justin ROBERTS,
Ronald 4 9 BAPTISTE,
Carl 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 20 54

## 01 32 10 24 35 05 12 13 42

ft 7 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 2

fta 9 2 0 1 2 2 1 0 4

15 21

rebounds of de tot 2 5 7 1 8 9 0 0 0 0 3 3 0 3 3 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 5 24 29

2nd
Half:
11‐27
40.7% 2nd
Half:
5‐11
45.5% 2nd
Half:
6‐7
85.7% 3‐pt fg fga 0 0 0 0 4 6 2 7 0 2 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0

ft 1 0 4 0 7 0 0 5 0

6 19

17 25

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
9‐24
37.5% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
4‐10
40.0% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
4‐10
40.0%

fta 2 0 4 0 10 0 0 7 2

rebounds of de tot 2 5 7 1 3 4 2 5 7 1 2 3 0 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 4 10 0 0 0 2 2 4 14 26 40

2nd
Half:
11‐30
36.7% 2nd
Half:
2‐9
22.2% 2nd
Half:
13‐15
86.7%

pf 2 3 3 1 1 3 2 0 1

tp 17 24 0 11 10 2 6 0 5

a 3 1 0 5 3 0 4 0 0

to 3 2 1 1 1 2 1 0 1

16

75 16 12 5

Game:
48.1% Game:
50.0% Game:
71.4%

a 0 0 2 1 7 1 0 0 0

blk 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

14 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

pf 3 2 4 4 1 1 1 2 0

tp 3 0 20 12 11 2 2 13 0

18

63 11 19 8

Game:
37.0% Game:
31.6% Game:
68.0%

s min 2 36 2 38 0 18 3 33 2 30 2 12 0 18 0 1 3 14

to 5 2 3 1 2 1 2 3 0

blk 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0

s min 0 33 1 18 2 34 0 25 1 35 0 15 0 11 1 26 0 3 5 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 4

Officials:
Brian
O'Connell,
Brian
Dorsey,
Brent
Hampton Technical
fouls:
Duquesne‐None.
Saint
Joseph's‐None. Attendance:
3,662 Score
by
Periods Duquesne Saint
Joseph's

1st 2nd 42 33 26 37

Total 75 63

Game
15:
January
8,
2011
‐
Hagan
Arena George
Washington
78
‐
SJU
71

George
Washington
placed
five
players
in
double
figures
to
defeat
Saint
Joseph's,
78‐71, at
Hagan
Arena.
Carl
Jones scored
23
points
for
the
Hawks
while
C.J.
Aiken notched
15 points
and
nine
blocked
shots.
Leading
basically
the
entire
game,
GW
held
off
a
few
Saint Joseph's
comeback
attempts
in
the
second
half.
Trailing
40‐31,
SJU
eventually
pulled
to within
50‐46.
GW
continued
to
hold
its
lead
even
though
Aiken
connected
on
a
three
with 7:24
to
cut
the
SJU
deficit
to
58‐56.
But
GW
answered
right
back
with
a
three‐pointer
and then
a
conventional
three‐point
play
to
take
a
63‐56
edge
at
5:48.
The
Hawks
made
one more
run

to
close
to
73‐69,
but
GW
would
go
on
to
convert
5‐of‐6
foul
shots
down
the

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 59


2010-11 BOX SCORES stretch
to
earn
the
victory.
The
Colonials
shot
a
sizzling
6‐for‐11
from
three‐point
range in
the
first
half,
while
SJU
was
just
2‐for‐9
from
behind
the
arc.
Idris
Hilliard had
10
points and
Langston
Galloway had
10
points
and
nine
rebounds
for
Saint
Joseph's.
 George
Washington
(9‐6,
2‐0
A‐10) tot‐fg 3‐pt ## Player fg fga fg fga 00 SMITH,
Dwayne f 6 13 3 3 30 MIKIC,
Nemanja f 2 6 2 5 42 KATUKA,
Joseph c 4 8 0 0 03 TAYLOR,
Tony g 5 14 1 5 05 BYNES,
Bryan g 4 5 3 3 11 GUEST,
Dan 0 0 0 0 12 PELLOM,
David 4 7 0 0 15 WARE,
Aaron 1 3 0 0 33 WARREN,
Daymon 0 2 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 26 58 9 16 TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
16‐33
48.5% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
6‐11
54.5% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
2‐8
25.0% Saint
Joseph's
(5‐10,
0‐2
A‐10) tot‐fg Player fg fga AIKEN,
C.J. f 5 9 QUARLES,
Daryus f 1 5 HILLIARD,
Idris f 5 8 GALLOWAY,
L g 3 6 JONES,
Carl g 8 17 SWILLING,
Patrick 0 1 BENTLEY,
Charoy 0 0 CROSGILE,
Justin 2 8 ROBERTS,
Ronald 2 6 TEAM Totals.............. 26 60

## 01 24 32 10 35 05 11 12 13

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
11‐31
35.5% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
2‐9
22.2% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
7‐12
58.3%

rebounds ft fta of de tot 1 1 2 3 5 0 0 0 4 4 2 4 4 7 11 9 15 0 4 4 2 2 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 3 5 4 5 9 0 0 0 4 4 0 0 0 2 2 2 1 3 17 27 12 34 46

2nd
Half:
10‐25
40.0% 2nd
Half:
3‐5
60.0% 2nd
Half:
15‐19
78.9% 3‐pt fg fga 3 5 0 2 0 0 2 5 3 6 0 1 0 0 1 5 0 0

ft 2 0 0 2 4 0 1 1 0

9 24

10 17

fta 4 0 0 2 7 0 2 2 0

rebounds of de tot 0 4 4 0 3 3 2 1 3 1 8 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 4 5 1 2 3 1 4 5 6 27 33

2nd
Half:
15‐29
51.7% 2nd
Half:
7‐15
46.7% 2nd
Half:
3‐5
60.0%

pf 2 1 3 4 4 0 2 0 0 16

tp 16 6 10 20 13 0 11 2 0

a 0 1 3 5 0 0 1 1 0

to 1 1 2 4 0 0 2 2 1 1 78 11 14

Game:
44.8% Game:
56.3% Game:
63.0%

a 0 6 0 3 4 1 0 2 1

blk 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1

s min 1 30 0 23 1 33 2 38 0 25 0 6 1 25 1 18 0 2

4

6 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

pf 2 1 2 4 2 0 0 4 4

tp 15 2 10 10 23 0 1 6 4

to 2 0 1 0 3 0 0 2 0

19

71 17 8

Game:
43.3% Game:
37.5% Game:
58.8%

blk 9 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

s min 1 33 2 22 0 34 0 32 2 38 0 5 0 1 3 22 1 13

11 9 200 DEADBALL REBOUNDS 1

Officials:
Frank
Scagliotta,
Matt
Lee,
Jeff
Anderson Technical
fouls:
George
Washington‐None.
Saint
Joseph's‐None. Attendance:
3,814 Score
by
Periods 1st 2nd George
Washington 40 38 Saint
Joseph's 31 40

Total 78 71

Game
16:
January
12,
2011
‐
UD
Arena Dayton
65
‐
SJU
59

Dayton
edged
Saint
Joseph's,
65‐59,
at
UD
Arena
in
a
tight
contest.
UD’s
Chris
Wright
hit a
jumper
at
1:47
to
give
Dayton
a
62‐57
lead,
but
C.J.
Aiken's dunk
pulled
the
Hawks
to within
 62‐59.
 SJU
 missed
 on
 a
 three‐pointer
 with
 59
 seconds
 to
 go
 and
 then
 forced
 a Dayton
 turnover
 at
 17.7
 seconds.
 But
 on
 the
 Hawks'
 next
 possession,
 Justin
 Crosgile missed
a
three‐pointer
at
:06.
Coming
out
of
a
timeout,
SJU
was
whistled
for
a
technical foul
for
six
men
on
the
court,
and
Dayton's
Chris
Johnson
made
one
free
throw
at
:04.
SJU then
fouled
again
and
Josh
Parker
connected
on
a
pair
of
free
throws
with
three
seconds to
go
to
provide
the
final
margin.
Saint
Joseph's
had
erased
a
12‐point
Dayton
lead
in
the first
half,
with
a
13‐1
run
that
tied
the
score
at
28‐28
with
33.5
seconds
to
play.
Langston Galloway hit
a
three‐pointer
with
1.9
seconds
left
to
give
the
Hawks
their
first
lead
of
the game,
33‐31.
Dayton
attempted
one
last
shot
at
1.9
seconds,
but
the
inbounds
pass
went untouched.
On
the
final
play
of
the
half,
Aiken
caught
the
inbounds
from
Galloway
and
hit a
fallaway
jumper
at
the
buzzer
to
give
SJU
a
35‐31
lead
at
intermission.
Carl
Jones had 19
points
and
Aiken
finished
with
11
points
for
SJU
to
go
along
with
three
blocks. Saint
Joseph's
(5‐11,
0‐3
A‐10) tot‐fg Player fg fga QUARLES,
Daryus f 1 6 HILLIARD,
Idris f 2 5 AIKEN,
C.J. c 4 6 GALLOWAY,
L g 2 7 JONES,
Carl g 6 13 O'BRIEN,
Todd 1 1 SWILLING,
Patrick 0 0 BENTLEY,
Charoy 0 1 CROSGILE,
Justin 3 9 ROBERTS,
Ronald 0 4 BAPTISTE,
Carl 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 19 52

## 24 32 01 10 35 02 05 11 12 13 42

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
10‐27
37.0% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
4‐11
36.4% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
11‐14
78.6% Dayton
(14‐4,
2‐1
A‐10) ## 04 33 34 03 22 05 12

Player JOHNSON,
Chris WRIGHT,
Chris SEARCY,
Devin STATEN,
Juwan WILLIAMS,
Paul OLIVER,
Devin PARKER,
Josh

f f f g g

tot‐fg fg fga 4 8 5 8 1 4 4 7 3 8 0 1 3 6

3‐pt fg fga 0 2 0 0 1 1 1 4 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 0 0 0 0

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

5 17

16 21

fta 0 0 5 2 6 0 0 0 2 6 0

rebounds of de tot 1 2 3 0 5 5 0 2 2 2 7 9 0 4 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 5 3 1 4 0 1 1 2 1 3 11 26 37

2nd
Half:
9‐25
36.0% 2nd
Half:
1‐6
16.7% 2nd
Half:
5‐7
71.4% 3‐pt fg fga 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 4 0 0 1 4

ft 3 4 0 1 1 0 2

fta 4 6 0 2 2 0 2

pf 1 2 3 1 2 1 1 0 1 2 0 14

tp 2 4 11 7 19 2 0 0 9 5 0

a 0 1 0 5 3 0 0 0 1 1 0

to 1 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 59 11 8

Game:
36.5% Game:
29.4% Game:
76.2%

rebounds of de tot pf 1 2 3 0 1 9 10 4 2 3 5 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 3 3 2

tp 13 14 2 9 9 0 9

a 4 2 5 6 0 1 2

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

s min 0 17 0 26 0 29 0 38 1 34 0 2 0 3 0 5 0 22 0 21 0 3

4

1 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

to 0 0 1 1 1 0 1

blk 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

s min 0 34 0 24 0 16 0 28 1 28 0 5 0 15

23 32 35 44

FABRIZIUS,
Luke SPEARMAN,
B KAVANAUGH,
Matt BENSON,
Josh TEAM Totals..............

2 0 0 1

4 3 0 3

2 0 0 0

2 1 0 0

23 52 7 17

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
10‐28
35.7% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
7‐13
53.8% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
4‐8
50.0%

0 0 0 1

0 0 0 2

12 18

0 0 0 1 5

2 0 0 1 2 25

2 0 0 2 2 30

2nd
Half:
13‐24
54.2% 2nd
Half:
0‐4
0.0% 2nd
Half:
8‐10
80.0%

1 3 1 2

6 0 0 3

0 0 1 0

0 0 0 1

1 0 0 1

0 0 0 0

18

65 21 5

3

1 200

Game:
44.2% Game:
41.2% Game:
66.7%

18 11 3 18

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 4

Officials:
Frank
Spencer,
Mike
McCloskey,
Larry
Scirotto Technical
fouls:
Saint
Joseph's‐TEAM.
Dayton‐None. Attendance:
11,846 Score
by
Periods Saint
Joseph's Dayton

1st 2nd 35 24 31 34

Total 59 65

Game
17:
January
15,
2011
‐
Chaifetz
Arena Saint
Louis
67
‐
SJU
51

Saint
 Louis
 scored
 a
 67‐51
 win
 over
 Saint
 Joseph's
 at
 Chaifetz
 Arena
 as
 both
 teams entered
the
game
seeking
their
first
A‐10
wins
of
the
year.
Carl
Jones had
10
points
for the
Hawks.
Saint
Louis
took
the
lead
early
on
and
owned
a
29‐19
edge
at
halftime.
The Billikens
maintained
a
double‐digit
lead
throughout
the
second
half,
with
the
biggest
mar‐ gin
being
15
points.
With
SLU
leading
62‐47,
the
Hawks
scored
four
straight,
and
a
jumper by
C.J.
Aiken
pulled
SJU
within
62‐51
with
over
three
minutes
to
play.
But
SJU
would
not get
 any
 closer
 and
 the
 final
 score
 was
 the
 Billikens'
 largest
 margin
 of
 the
 game.
 Saint Joseph's
shot
46.4
percent
in
the
second
half,
while
Saint
Louis
hit
just
32
percent
in
that period.
The
Billikens
held
an
advantage
at
the
foul
line,
making
21‐of‐29
while
the
Hawks were
just
7‐for‐12.
Jones
was
the
only
Hawk
in
double
figures
but
Aiken
had
nine
points and
Ronald
Roberts had
seven
rebounds
for
SJU. Saint
Joseph's
(5‐12,
0‐4
A‐10) tot‐fg Player fg fga AIKEN,
C.J. f 4 8 QUARLES,
Daryus f 2 3 HILLIARD,
Idris f 2 7 GALLOWAY,
L g 2 7 JONES,
Carl g 3 9 O'BRIEN,
Todd 1 1 SWILLING,
Patrick 1 4 BENTLEY,
Charoy 1 3 0 3 CROSGILE,
Justin ROBERTS,
Ronald 3 4 BAPTISTE,
Carl 1 1 TEAM Totals.............. 20 50

## 01 24 32 10 35 02 05 11 12 13 42

3‐pt fg fga 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 2 0 0 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0

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

4 12

7 12

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
7‐22
31.8% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
1‐5
20.0% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
4‐7
57.1% Saint
Louis
(6‐11,
1‐3
A‐10) tot‐fg Player fg fga CONKLIN,
Brian f 1 4 EVANS,
Dwayne f 6 11 LOE,
Rob f 1 4 McCALL,
Mike g 3 10 CASSITY,
Kyle g 5 13 JETT,
Jordair 0 3 ECKERLE,
Paul 0 1 DALY,
Brian 0 0 SALECICH,
C 0 0 ELLIS,
Cody 2 6 REMEKUN,
Cory 2 8 TEAM Totals.............. 20 60

## 14 21 51 11 23 05 10 13 15 24 32

fta 1 0 2 2 4 0 0 1 0 2 0

rebounds of de tot 1 4 5 0 2 2 1 4 5 1 5 6 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 6 7 1 0 1 2 2 4 9 27 36

2nd
Half:
13‐28
46.4% 2nd
Half:
3‐7
42.9% 2nd
Half:
3‐5
60.0% 3‐pt fg fga 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 3 2 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0

ft 7 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 8

6 15

21 29

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
12‐35
34.3% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
3‐10
30.0% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
2‐3
66.7%

fta 10 5 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 10

rebounds of de tot 5 2 7 6 8 14 0 3 3 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 3 2 5 3 2 5 18 24 42

2nd
Half:
8‐25
32.0% 2nd
Half:
3‐5
60.0% 2nd
Half:
19‐26
73.1%

pf 2 4 1 5 2 1 0 1 0 3 2

tp 9 5 6 6 10 2 3 2 0 6 2

a 0 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0

to 1 1 0 0 2 0 4 3 2 1 0

21

51 6 14 3

Game:
40.0% Game:
33.3% Game:
58.3%

a 2 2 1 1 2 4 0 0 0 3 0

s min 0 23 0 20 0 30 0 29 0 25 0 12 0 16 0 12 0 12 0 14 0 7 0 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

pf 2 3 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 4

tp 9 16 2 9 12 1 0 0 1 5 12

15

67 15 5

Game:
33.3% Game:
40.0% Game:
72.4%

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

to 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

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

s min 0 25 2 31 1 15 1 26 2 36 2 14 0 10 0 0+ 0 3 1 22 0 18

5

9 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

Officials:
Ron
Tyburski,
Tracy
Woodson,
Donnie
Eppley Technical
fouls:
Saint
Joseph's‐None.
Saint
Louis‐None. Attendance:
6,908 Score
by
Periods Saint
Joseph's Saint
Louis

1st 2nd 19 32 29 38

Total 51 67

Game
18:
January
19,
2011
‐
Hagan
Arena Rhode
Island
64
‐
SJU
59

Rhode
 Island
 held
 off
 Saint
 Joseph's,
 64‐59,
 at
 Hagan
 Arena. Carl
 Jones had
 25
 points, with
17
in
the
first
half,
while
Idris
Hilliard had
his
first
double‐double
of
the
season
with 13
 points
 and
 10
 rebounds.
 C.J.
 Aiken added
 12
 points
 and
 seven
 blocked
 shots.
 SJU trailed
for
most
of
the
second
half,
but
appeared
to
make
a
game‐changing
spurt
with over
six
minutes
to
go.
Aiken’s
block
triggered
a
fast
break
ending
in
a
three‐pointer
from Jones.
Then
Jones
stole
the
ball
on
URI's
next
possession
and
laid
it
in
as
SJU
closed
to
54‐ 50.
The
Rams
called
timeout
and
came
back
with
four
straight
points
to
take
a
58‐50
lead. A
jumper
by
Hilliard
at
2:08
pulled
SJU
within
61‐57,
but
on
the
Hawks'
possession
with under
a
minute
to
play,
Jones'
long
three‐pointer
was
off
the
mark.
URI
converted
a
layup with
26
seconds
to
play
to
preserve
the
win.
The
Hawks
led
at
halftime,
37‐35.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 60


2010-11 BOX SCORES Rhode
Island
(12‐6,
3‐1
A‐10) tot‐fg ## Player fg fga 21 JAMES,
Delroy f 6 10 23 MALESEVIC,
Nikolaf 3 12 32 MARTELL,
Will c 2 8 05 JONES,
Marquis g 4 8 10 RICHMOND,
A g 5 13 01 WILSON,
Jamal 0 3 12 OUTERBRIDGE,
O 4 8 20 WEST,
Daniel 0 4 24 BROOKS,
Ryan 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 24 66 TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
13‐38
34.2% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
3‐13
23.1% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
6‐8
75.0% Saint
Joseph's
(5‐13,
0‐5
A‐10) tot‐fg Player fg fga QUARLES,
Daryus f 1 4 HILLIARD,
Idris f 6 11 AIKEN,
C.J. c 5 8 GALLOWAY,
L g 2 7 JONES,
Carl g 7 15 O'BRIEN,
Todd 0 0 SWILLING,
Patrick 0 2 BENTLEY,
Charoy 0 0 CROSGILE,
Justin 0 2 0 3 ROBERTS,
Ronald TEAM Totals.............. 21 52

## 24 32 01 10 35 02 05 11 12 13

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
11‐28
39.3% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
4‐13
30.8% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
11‐13
84.6%

3‐pt fg fga 2 4 1 5 0 0 0 3 3 7 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0

ft 5 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0

6 23

10 15

fta 6 0 0 7 0 0 0 2 0

rebounds of de tot 4 7 11 3 4 7 2 5 7 0 0 0 0 3 3 1 1 2 2 4 6 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 4 16 25 41

2nd
Half:
11‐28
39.3% 2nd
Half:
3‐10
30.0% 2nd
Half:
4‐7
57.1% 3‐pt fg fga 0 1 0 1 2 5 0 4 4 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

ft 0 1 0 3 7 0 0 0 0 0

6 22

11 13

fta 0 2 0 3 8 0 0 0 0 0

rebounds of de tot 0 3 3 2 8 10 0 1 1 1 6 7 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 4 7 1 2 3 7 29 36

2nd
Half:
10‐24
41.7% 2nd
Half:
2‐9
22.2% 2nd
Half:
0‐0
0.0%

pf 1 3 2 3 2 0 1 2 1

tp 19 7 4 12 13 0 8 1 0

a 4 0 2 2 2 0 0 1 1

to 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 2 0

15

64 12 7

Game:
36.4% Game:
26.1% Game:
66.7%

a 2 0 2 3 3 0 2 0 1 0

blk 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

s min 2 36 0 39 0 18 0 32 2 37 0 4 0 22 0 8 0 4

3

4 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 1

pf 1 2 2 2 4 0 1 0 1 5

tp 2 13 12 7 25 0 0 0 0 0

to 0 2 2 3 5 0 0 0 0 2

18

59 13 14 9

Game:
40.4% Game:
27.3% Game:
84.6%

blk 1 0 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

s min 0 19 0 34 0 33 1 32 3 37 0 6 0 11 0 1 1 8 1 19 6 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

Officials:
Karl
Hess,
Jeff
Anderson,
Tim
Clougherty Technical
fouls:
Rhode
Island‐None.
Saint
Joseph's‐None. Attendance:
3,351 Score
by
Periods Rhode
Island Saint
Joseph's

1st 2nd 35 29 37 22

Total 64 59

Game
19:
January
22,
2011
‐
The
Palestra Penn
73
‐
SJU
61

Penn
 scored
 a
 73‐61
 win
 over
 Saint
 Joseph's
 in
 a
 Big
 5
 game
 at
 The
 Palestra.
 Ronald Roberts made
 his
 first
 start
 and
 scored
 a
 season‐high
 14
 points
 and
 grabbed
 eight rebounds,
 replacing
 C.J.
 Aiken,
 who
 had
 the
 flu
 during
 the
 week.
 Idris
 Hilliard had
 13 points,
Carl
Jones
scored
12
and
Daryus
Quarles had
11
points
for
the
Hawks.
The
game was
a
typical
Big
5
contest
and
it
wasn't
until
3:22
that
Penn
started
to
break
it
open,
65‐ 56,
helped
by
a
lengthy
field‐goal
drought
by
the
Hawks. Penn
(6‐8,
1‐3
Big
5) ## 14 24 00 01 04 21 34 44

Player DOUGHERTY,
Fran f EGGLESTON,
Jack f CARTWRIGHT,
M g ROSEN,
Zack g BERNARDINI,
T g GUNTER,
C BELCORE,
Rob TURLEY,
Conor TEAM Totals..............

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

3‐pt fg fga 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 5 5 10 0 0 0 1 0 0

25 55 8 20

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
13‐30
43.3% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
4‐12
33.3% F
Throw%
1st
Half:
0‐0
0.0% Saint
Joseph's
(5‐14,
0‐2
Big
5) tot‐fg Player fg fga ROBERTS,
Ronald f 7 12 QUARLES,
Daryus f 5 9 HILLIARD,
Idris f 5 8 GALLOWAY,
L g 1 8 g 1 7 JONES,
Carl AIKEN,
C.J. 1 1 O'BRIEN,
Todd 0 0 SWILLING,
Patrick 1 2 BENTLEY,
Charoy 0 2 CROSGILE,
Justin 1 3 TEAM Totals.............. 22 52

## 13 24 32 10 35 01 02 05 11 12

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
11‐24
45.8% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
5‐14
35.7% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
1‐2
50.0%

ft 0 2 1 6 4 0 0 2

fta 0 2 1 6 4 0 0 2

15 15

2nd
Half:
12‐25
48.0% 2nd
Half:
4‐8
50.0% 2nd
Half:
15‐15
100% 3‐pt fg fga 0 0 1 4 1 2 0 5 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2 1 2

ft 0 0 2 1 9 0 0 0 0 0

5 20

12 20

fta 1 0 4 2 13 0 0 0 0 0

1st 2nd 30 43 28 33

rebounds of de tot 3 5 8 0 1 1 3 2 5 1 4 5 0 1 1 1 3 4 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 2 2 4 10 23 33

2nd
Half:
11‐28
39.3% 2nd
Half:
0‐6
0.0% 2nd
Half:
11‐18
61.1%

Officials:
David
Walker,
John
Regan,
George
Harry Technical
fouls:
Penn‐None.
Saint
Joseph's‐None. Attendance:
8,051 Score
by
Periods Penn Saint
Joseph's

rebounds of de tot 0 0 0 1 14 15 0 3 3 0 2 2 1 2 3 0 0 0 2 2 4 1 1 2 2 1 3 7 25 32

pf 1 3 3 3 1 1 2 3

tp 4 8 11 17 27 0 2 4

a 0 4 2 5 1 0 0 1

to 1 0 4 4 1 0 0 1

17

73 13 11 1

Game:
45.5% Game:
40.0% Game:
100%

a 1 1 0 4 4 0 0 0 1 0

blk 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

10 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 0

pf 2 0 0 3 1 2 0 0 0 2

tp 14 11 13 3 12 2 0 3 0 3

10

61 11 15 6

Game:
42.3% Game:
25.0% Game:
60.0%

s min 1 15 0 36 1 34 4 31 3 36 0 4 1 20 0 24

to 1 2 1 4 3 1 0 2 1 0

blk 1 1 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0

s min 2 32 0 20 0 36 1 35 1 35 0 20 0 2 0 7 0 5 0 8 4 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

C.J.
Aiken
blocked
a
season‐high
nine
shots
on
two
occasions
‐
against
GW and
versus
La
Salle
at
The
Palestra. Game
20:
January
27,
2011
‐
The
Palestra La
Salle
76
‐
SJU
72

Saint
Joseph's
fought
back
from
a
large
deficit,
but
the
rally
fell
short
as
the
Hawks
lost
to La
Salle,
76‐72,
in
an
Atlantic
10
and
Big
5
contest
at
The
Palestra
in
a
game
that
had
been rescheduled
from
the
previous
night
because
of
a
winter
storm.
Carl
Jones
had
24
points for
 SJU
 while
 C.J.
 Aiken had
 11
 points
 and
 tied
 his
 career‐high
 with
 nine
 blocks.
 Idris Hilliard scored
 13
 points,
 Ronald
 Roberts
 had
 12
 points
 off
 the
 bench
 and
 Langston Galloway
scored
10.
SJU
fell
behind,
48‐30,
four
minutes
into
the
second
half,
but
would rally
with
a
15‐2
run
to
cut
the
deficit
to
50‐45
at
12:49.
Jones
and
Galloway
each
had
six points
 in
 the
 spurt
 while
 the
 Hawks
 forced
 four
 La
 Salle
 turnovers.
 But
 Saint
 Joseph's couldn't
close
the
gap
and
the
Explorers
built
the
lead
up
to
53‐45.
With
La
Salle
leading 59‐47,
Roberts
scored
the
next
six
points,
and
his
dunk
at
7:31
pulled
the
Hawks
to
with‐ in
59‐53.
La
Salle
held
a
70‐60
lead
with
2:10
to
play,
and
Hilliard
hit
just
his
second
three‐ pointer
of
the
year
to
pull
the
Hawks
within
70‐63.
But
the
Hawks
missed
two
shots
in
the final
minute
and
eventually
ran
out
of
time
to
complete
the
comeback.
 Saint
Joseph's
(5‐15,
0‐6
A‐10,
0‐3
Big
5) tot‐fg 3‐pt Player fg fga fg fga AIKEN,
C.J. f 4 9 2 2 GALLOWAY,
L g 4 10 0 3 QUARLES,
Daryus g 1 6 0 4 HILLIARD,
Idris g 6 8 1 1 JONES,
Carl g 8 16 4 9 O'BRIEN,
Todd 0 0 0 0 SWILLING,
Patrick 0 0 0 0 CROSGILE,
Justin 0 4 0 3 ROBERTS,
Ronald 6 8 0 0 BAPTISTE,
Carl 0 0 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 29 61 7 22

## 01 10 24 32 35 02 05 12 13 42

ft 1 2 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0

fta 2 2 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0

7 11

rebounds of de tot 2 2 4 1 1 2 2 2 4 0 4 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 2 5 0 0 0 3 1 4 11 14 25

2nd
Half:
18‐34
52.9% 2nd
Half:
3‐9
33.3% 2nd
Half:
6‐9
66.7%

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
11‐27
40.7% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
4‐13
30.8% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
1‐2
50.0%

La
Salle
(10‐11,
2‐4
A‐10,
2‐1
Big
5) tot‐fg 3‐pt Player fg fga fg fga WEINGARTEN,
S f 2 2 0 0 MURRAY,
Aaric c 7 10 1 1 DUREN,
Tyreek g 4 8 1 1 GUILLANDEAUX g 1 9 0 3 PETTIS,
Earl g 3 6 2 3 MILLS,
Sam 2 4 1 1 STEFAN,
Cole 3 3 3 3 WHITE,
Devon 0 0 0 0 WILLIAMS,
Jerrell 1 3 0 0 SHEEHAN,
Matt 0 0 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 23 45 8 12

## 41 24 03 05 23 10 12 14 20 21

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
11‐21
52.4% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
5‐8
62.5% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
7‐11
63.6%

ft 3 4 0 6 6 0 3 0 0 0

fta 3 6 0 7 6 0 3 2 0 0

22 27

rebounds of de tot 0 3 3 7 7 14 1 6 7 0 2 2 0 1 1 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 3 1 4 13 23 36

2nd
Half:
12‐24
50.0% 2nd
Half:
3‐4
75.0% 2nd
Half:
15‐16
93.8%

Officials:
Larry
Scirroto,
Frank
Spencer,
Dave
Draucker Technical
fouls:
Saint
Joseph's‐None.
La
Salle‐None. Attendance:
5,672 Score
by
Periods Saint
Joseph's La
Salle

1st 2nd 27 45 34 42

Total 72 76

Total 73 61

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 61

pf 1 5 2 5 0 1 1 0 4 0 19

tp 11 10 2 13 24 0 0 0 12 0

a 1 3 3 5 3 0 1 1 0 0

to 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 2 1 1 1 72 17 11

Game:
47.5% Game:
31.8% Game:
63.6%

a 0 2 7 2 2 2 1 0 0 0

blk 9 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

12 8 200 DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

pf 1 2 3 1 1 2 2 1 0 0

tp 7 19 9 8 14 5 12 0 2 0

13

76 16 21 7

Game:
51.1% Game:
66.7% Game:
81.5%

s min 0 35 3 33 1 17 1 37 1 36 0 3 1 6 1 12 0 19 0 2

to 2 4 6 1 2 2 1 1 2 0

blk 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

s min 0 17 1 37 5 38 0 31 1 25 1 26 0 16 0 4 0 6 0 0 8 201

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2


2010-11 BOX SCORES Game
21:
January
29,
2011
‐
The
Palestra Temple
72
‐
SJU
54

Richmond
(17‐6;
6‐2
A‐10)

Scootie
Randall
scored
17
points
to
lead
Temple
to
a
72‐54
win
over
Saint
Joseph's
at
The Palestra.
Carl
Jones tallied
19
points
for
the
Hawks
while
Ronald
Roberts scored
a
career‐ high
17
points
off
the
bench
on
8‐for‐11
shooting.
Holding
an
11‐10
lead,
Temple
broke
it open
with
a
12‐0
run,
taking
a
23‐10
lead
on
a
three‐pointer
by
Randall
with
7:28
to
play in
the
first
half.
The
Owls
maintained
the
double‐digit
advantage
the
rest
of
the
half,
own‐ ing
a
32‐22
lead
at
the
intermission.
The
second
half
was
more
of
the
same
as
Temple started
the
period
with
a
9‐2
run
to
move
ahead,
41‐24.
The
Hawks
used
a
9‐2
run
of
their own,
with
threes
from
Hilliard
and
Daryus
Quarles,
and
a
three‐point
play
by
Roberts,
to close
to
43‐33,
but
Temple
answered
that
with
a
quick
9‐0
spurt
to
take
a
52‐33
lead
with 13:23
remaining.
The
Hawks
fell
behind
by
20
points
when
TU
gained
a
68‐48
advantage with
5:42
remaining.
 Temple
(15‐5,
5‐2
A‐10) ## 24 33 50 01 23 11 22 31 32 45

Player ALLEN,
Lavoy f RANDALL,
Scootie f ERIC,
Micheal c WYATT,
Khalif g MOORE,
Ramone g DiLEO,
TJ BROWN,
Aaron GODINO,
Jake JEFFERSON,
Rahlir GAITLEY,
Dutch TEAM Totals..............

tot‐fg fg fga 7 10 6 9 4 7 1 8 2 7 2 4 0 1 0 0 3 5 0 0

3‐pt fg fga 0 0 3 5 0 0 1 5 1 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

25 51 6 15

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
13‐29
44.8% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
5‐10
50.0% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
1‐2
50.0% Saint
Joseph's
(5‐16,
0‐7
A‐10) tot‐fg ## Player fg fga 01 AIKEN,
C.J. f 1 6 24 QUARLES,
Daryus f 1 6 32 HILLIARD,
Idris f 3 6 10 GALLOWAY,
 g 1 9 35 JONES,
Carl g 7 13 05 SWILLING,
Patrick 0 3 11 BENTLEY,
Charoy 0 0 13 ROBERTS,
Ronald 8 11 22 TREVISAN,
Taylor 0 1 42 BAPTISTE,
Carl 0 1 TEAM Totals.............. 21 56 TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
10‐28
35.7% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
1‐6
16.7% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
1‐2
50.0%

ft 1 2 1 4 5 0 0 1 2 0

fta 2 3 2 4 6 0 0 2 4 0

16 23

rebounds of de tot 5 7 12 1 6 7 1 3 4 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 3 5 8 0 0 0 1 1 2 12 26 38

2nd
Half:
12‐22
54.5% 2nd
Half:
1‐5
20.0% 2nd
Half:
15‐21
71.4% 3‐pt fg fga 0 1 1 3 1 2 0 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

ft 2 0 2 0 4 0 0 1 0 0

3 12

9 12

fta 4 0 2 0 5 0 0 1 0 0

rebounds of de tot 1 2 3 1 2 3 3 4 7 0 3 3 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 10 13 23

2nd
Half:
11‐28
39.3% 2nd
Half:
2‐6
33.3% 2nd
Half:
8‐10
80.0%

pf 1 2 3 1 2 2 0 0 3 0

tp 15 17 9 7 10 5 0 1 8 0

a 4 2 3 1 8 1 0 0 1 0

to 1 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 0

14

72 20 8

blk 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

s min 0 37 1 37 0 20 1 25 0 35 0 23 0 2 0 1 2 19 0 1

5

4 200

Game:
49.0% Game:
40.0% Game:
69.6%

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 6

pf 2 0 2 2 2 2 0 2 1 1

blk 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

s min 0 25 0 25 1 29 2 32 0 36 0 21 0 1 1 28 0 1 0 2

3

4 200

14

tp 4 3 9 2 19 0 0 17 0 0

a 1 1 2 3 3 2 0 0 0 0

to 2 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 54 12 7

Game:
37.5% Game:
25.0% Game:
75.0%

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 4

1st 2nd 32 40 22 32

Total 72 54

Game
22:
February
2,
2011
‐
Robins
Center
‐
Richmond,
Va.
 Richmond
62
‐
SJU
52

Carl
 Jones
 led
 the
 way
 with
 21
 points
 and
 Langston
 Galloway
 added
 11
 and
 nine rebounds,
but
Saint
Joseph's
fell
to
Richmond,
62‐52,
at
the
Robins
Center.
Saint
Joseph's took
a
brief
10‐9
lead
but
Richmond
would
outscore
SJU
19‐8
over
the
next
eight
minutes, building
a
12‐point
lead
at
28‐16
with
6:50
remaining
in
the
half.
A
dunk
by
 C.J.
Aiken started
a
7‐1
spurt
that
pulled
the
Hawks
within
six
at
29‐23
before
back‐to‐back
three‐ pointers
by
UR
gave
the
home
team
a
34‐26
lead
at
the
break.
The
Hawks
opened
the
sec‐ ond
 half
 with
 a
 10‐5
 run,
 paced
 by
 six
 consecutive
 points
 from
 Jones.
 Ronald
 Roberts dunked
 in
 a
 Jones
 miss
 at
 15:26
 to
 pull
 the
 Hawks
 within
 three,
 39‐36.
 After
 a
 pair
 of Richmond
free
throws,
Galloway
hit
a
three‐pointer
with
14:30
left
to
close
the
Hawks within
two,
but
another
Richmond
three
kicked
off
a
10‐2
Spider
run.
UR
upped
its
lead to
57‐47
with
3:26
remaining
and
converted
5‐of‐6
free
throws
down
the
stretch. Saint
Joseph's

(5‐17;
0‐8
A‐10) tot‐fg Player fg fga ROBERTS,
Ronald f 3 3 QUARLES,
Daryus f 2 7 HILLIARD,
Idris f 1 3 GALLOWAY,
L g 4 15 JONES,
Carl g 7 16 AIKEN,
C.J. 4 7 O'BRIEN,
Todd 0 0 SWILLING,
Patrick 0 3 BENTLEY,
Charoy 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 21 54

## 13 24 32 10 35 01 02 05 11

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
11‐26
42.3% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
1‐6
16.7% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
3‐3
100%

3‐pt fg fga 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 5 1 3 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0

ft 0 0 0 2 6 0 0 0 0

2 14

8 9

fta 0 0 0 2 7 0 0 0 0

Player SMITH,
Kevin f HARPER,
Justin f c GERIOT,
Dan BROTHERS,
Darien g ANDERSON,
Kevin g GARRETT,
Darrius LINDSAY,
Cedrick MARTEL,
Francis WILLIAMS,
Derrick TEAM Totals..............

tot‐fg fg fga 1 2 5 9 5 8 1 5 4 9 0 1 2 3 1 2 1 1

3‐pt fg fga 0 0 1 3 2 2 0 4 3 4 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0

20 40 7 16

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
12‐20
60.0% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
3‐8
37.5% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
7‐10
70.0%

ft 2 2 3 5 1 0 0 2 0

fta 2 2 6 8 1 0 0 2 0

15 21

rebounds of de tot pf 2 2 4 1 0 3 3 1 2 1 3 1 2 2 4 2 0 1 1 3 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 2 2 2 9 13 22 12

2nd
Half:
8‐20
40.0% 2nd
Half:
4‐8
50.0% 2nd
Half:
8‐11
72.7%

tp 4 13 15 7 12 0 5 4 2

a 8 0 2 1 1 0 3 1 0

to 0 1 2 1 3 0 1 0 0 1 62 16 9

Game:
50.0% Game:
43.8% Game:
71.4%

blk 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

s min 0 34 0 28 0 28 0 33 1 32 0 12 2 15 0 9 0 9

4

3 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 5

Officials:
Raymond
Styons,
Mike
McCloskey,
Alvin
Cox Technical
fouls:
Saint
Joseph's‐None.
Richmond‐None. Attendance:
5,011 Score
by
Periods Saint
Joseph's Richmond

1st 2nd 26 26 34 28

Total 52 62

Senior
Charoy
Bentley
made
his
first
start
in
place
of
the
injured
Carl
Jones, and
helped
the
Hawks
score
a
67‐64
win
over
UMass.
 Game
23:
February
5,
2011
‐
Hagan
Arena
 SJU
67
‐
Massachusetts
64

Officials:
Frank
Scagliotta,
D.J.
Carstensen,
John
Gaffney Technical
fouls:
Temple‐None.
Saint
Joseph's‐None. Attendance:
7,342 Score
by
Periods Temple Saint
Joseph's

## 12 32 41 03 14 01 02 15 34

rebounds of de tot 6 1 7 0 0 0 3 0 3 3 6 9 1 2 3 3 3 6 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 19 14 33

2nd
Half:
10‐28
35.7% 2nd
Half:
1‐8
12.5% 2nd
Half:
5‐6
83.3%

pf 4 2 4 2 1 1 3 0 0 17

tp 6 4 2 11 21 8 0 0 0

a 1 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 0

to 0 0 0 2 4 0 2 1 0 1 52 7 10

Game:
38.9% Game:
14.3% Game:
88.9%

blk 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0

s min 1 23 1 26 0 22 2 36 1 39 0 26 0 12 0 13 0 3

3

5 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 0

Langston
Galloway
scored
a
career‐high
25
points
to
lead
Saint
Joseph's
to
a
67‐64
win over
Massachusetts
at
Hagan
Arena,
ending
a
nine‐game
losing
streak
and
marking
the first
conference
win
of
the
year.
The
Hawks
did
it
without
leading
scorer
Carl
Jones,
who was
sidelined
with
a
sprained
ankle.
Senior
Charoy
Bentley replaced
Jones
and
scored
five points
and
went
without
a
turnover
in
32
minutes,
while
SJU
had
a
balanced
attack
with all
eight
players
notching
at
least
one
point.
Galloway,
who
shot
8‐for‐12
from
the
field, hit
 a
 three
 with
 eight
 minutes
 left
 to
 give
 SJU
 its
 biggest
 lead
 of
 the
 game,
 50‐37.
 But UMass
fought
back
and
went
on
a
13‐2
run
to
cut
the
Hawks'
lead
to
52‐50.
A
pair
of
free throws
gave
SJU
a
cushion,
but
the
Minutemen
came
within
57‐56
with
3:21
remaining. Each
time
the
Hawks
upped
their
lead
to
four
points,
UMass
would
answer
with
another three,
closing
to
within
65‐64
at
:18.
Idris
Hilliard helped
seal
it
for
the
Hawks
with
four free
throws
in
the
final
27
seconds.
Daryus
Quarles scored
11
for
the
Hawks. Massachusetts(
13‐9;
5‐4
A‐10) tot‐fg Player fg fga VINSON,
Terrell f 3 5 FARRELL,
Javorn f 2 9 CARTER,
Sean c 4 8 CORREIA,
Gary g 1 6 GURLEY,
Anthony g 4 8 CARTER,
Sampson 2 4 RILEY,
Freddie 5 11 PUTNEY,
Raphiael 2 4 BAILEY,
Hashim 1 2 0 0 HILL,
Matt TEAM Totals.............. 24 57

## 02 10 23 11 12 22 24 34 35 50

3‐pt fg fga 2 4 0 1 0 0 1 5 2 3 0 0 4 9 1 2 0 0 0 0

ft 1 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

10 24

6 14

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
10‐30
33.3% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
1‐7
14.3% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
2‐5
40.0% Saint
Joseph's
(6‐17;
1‐8
A‐10) tot‐fg Player fg fga ROBERTS,
Ronald f 2 6 QUARLES,
Daryus f 4 9 HILLIARD,
Idris f 0 3 GALLOWAY,
L g 8 12

## 13 24 32 10

fta 2 6 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 1

rebounds of de tot 2 1 3 3 7 10 7 8 15 1 1 2 0 3 3 3 1 4 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 2 18 26 44

2nd
Half:
14‐27
51.9% 2nd
Half:
9‐17
52.9% 2nd
Half:
4‐9
44.4% 3‐pt fg fga 0 0 1 5 0 3 6 6

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 62

ft 1 2 7 3

fta 1 2 8 5

rebounds of de tot 3 4 7 1 4 5 0 2 2 1 2 3

pf 3 2 5 1 2 2 3 2 1 0

tp 9 7 8 4 10 5 14 5 2 0

a 0 4 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 0

to 4 2 1 3 3 1 1 0 0 0

21

64 11 15 3

Game:
42.1% Game:
41.7% Game:
42.9%

pf 1 1 2 0

tp 5 11 7 25

a 0 0 2 3

blk 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

s min 1 20 0 33 0 31 1 30 0 30 0 15 0 23 0 9 1 8 0 1 3 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 5

to 1 1 1 3

blk 0 0 0 0

s min 0 19 1 23 1 24 2 40


2010-11 BOX SCORES 11 01 02 05

BENTLEY,
Charoy g AIKEN,
C.J. O'BRIEN,
Todd SWILLING,
Patrick TEAM Totals..............

2 2 1 3

6 7 2 5

0 0 0 1

3 2 0 2

22 50 8 21

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
10‐29
34.5% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
3‐12
25.0% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
4‐5
80.0%

1 0 0 1

2 0 0 2

15 20

0 2 0 0 7

1 2 1 0 1 17

1 4 1 0 1 24

2nd
Half:
12‐21
57.1% 2nd
Half:
5‐9
55.6% nd
Half:
11‐15
73.3%

1 2 2 4

5 4 2 8

3 1 0 1

0 0 0 1

0 2 1 0

0 0 1 3

13

67 10 7

3

8 199

Game:
44.0% Game:
38.1% Game:
75.0%

32 27 10 25

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 1

Officials:
Eric
Anderson,
Bill
McCarthy,
Kevin
O'Connell Technical
fouls:
Massachusetts‐None.
Saint
Joseph's‐None. Attendance:
3,742 Score
by
Periods Massachusetts Saint
Joseph's

1st 2nd 23 41 27 40

Total 64 67

Saint
Joseph's
battled
back
from
a
16‐point
second‐half
deficit
to
earn
a
76‐70
win
over Fordham
at
the
Izod
Center.
Langston
Galloway tied
his
career‐high
with
25
points
and Carl
Jones added
15
as
the
Hawks
posted
the
program's
1,500th
victory.
Phil
Martelli
also reached
a
pair
of
personal
milestones,
as
he
coached
both
his
500th
career
game
and
his 250th
Atlantic
10
game.
SJU
trailed
49‐33
before
a
24‐6
surge
over
the
next
eight‐plus minutes
gave
the
Hawks
their
first
lead
of
the
day.
Jones
converted
a
pair
of
free
throws and
a
three
to
give
SJU
its
first
lead
of
the
game,
57‐55,
with
8:44
to
go.
SJU
led
65‐58
with 5:20
remaining
in
the
game
and
then
by
as
much
as
nine.
The
Rams
cut
the
deficit
to
69‐ 66
at
1:48,
but
would
not
get
any
closer.
Fordham
held
a
43‐31
edge
at
halftime.
SJU
heat‐ ed
up
at
the
right
time,
hitting
7‐of‐11
threes
in
the
second
half
to
charge
past
the
Rams for
the
largest
deficit
overcome
by
the
Hawks.
while
Bentley
had
a
career‐high
14
points and
Ronald
Roberts
had
a
personal‐best
11
rebounds.
 Saint
Joseph's
(7‐17,
2‐8
A‐10) tot‐fg Player fg fga ROBERTS,
Ronald f 1 7 HILLIARD,
Idris f 1 5 GALLOWAY,
L g 7 13 QUARLES,
Daryus g 2 5 JONES,
Carl g 4 9 AIKEN,
C.J. 2 3 O'BRIEN,
Todd 0 0 SWILLING,
Patrick 1 2 BENTLEY,
Charoy 5 7 TEAM Totals.............. 23 51

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
11‐31
35.5% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
5‐14
35.7% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
4‐6
66.7% Fordham
(6‐17;
0‐11
A‐10) ## 33 55 10 21 24 14 32

Player GASTON,
Chris BRISTOL,
Kervin FRAZIER,
Branden ESTWICK,
Alberto BUTLER,
Brenton SAMUELL,
L GREEN,
Jacob TEAM Totals..............

f f g g g

tot‐fg fg fga 6 12 3 7 5 11 5 11 4 13 0 3 1 1

3‐pt fg fga 0 0 0 1 4 9 1 2 4 8 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 3

ft 0 2 7 0 3 4 0 0 2

12 25

18 24

rebounds of de tot 6 5 11 1 3 4 0 4 4 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 4 4 0 1 1 1 3 4 0 2 2 1 1 9 24 33

2nd
Half:
12‐20
60.0% 2nd
Half:
7‐11
63.6% 2nd
Half:
14‐18
77.8% 3‐pt fg fga 0 1 0 0 3 6 4 7 2 9 0 0 0 0

24 58 9 23

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
15‐29
51.7% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
7‐13
53.8% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
6‐10
60.0%

fta 0 2 9 0 4 7 0 0 2

ft 2 0 4 0 7 0 0

fta 5 2 4 0 7 0 0

13 18

pf 1 4 2 2 1 0 2 1 2

tp 2 4 25 5 15 8 0 3 14

a 1 3 3 1 6 0 0 1 3

to 1 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 1

15

76 18 7

Game:
45.1% Game:
48.0% Game:
75.0%

rebounds of de tot pf 2 8 10 3 4 6 10 5 0 1 1 1 3 3 6 2 2 1 3 4 0 0 0 3 1 1 2 2 1 1 13 20 33 20

2nd
Half:
9‐29
31.0% 2nd
Half:
2‐10
20.0% 2nd
Half:
7‐8
87.5%

tp 14 6 17 14 17 0 2

a 5 1 4 2 4 1 0

to 2 1 2 1 1 2 0 1 70 17 10

Game:
41.4% Game:
39.1% Game:
72.2%

blk 1 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0

s min 1 20 0 33 2 38 0 10 0 34 2 26 0 6 1 10 1 23

8

7 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 6

blk 0 3 0 0 0 0 0

s min 0 40‐ 1 28 0 37 0 36 0 35 1 12 0 12

3

2 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 1

1st 2nd 31 45 43 27

Total 76 70

Game
25:
February
16,
2011
‐
Hagan
Arena #24
Xavier
74
‐
SJU
54

Mark
Lyons
had
24
points
on
10‐for‐14
shooting
to
lead
24th‐ranked
Xavier
to
a
74‐54
win over
 Saint
 Joseph's
 at
 Hagan
 Arena.
 Idris
 Hilliard led
 SJU
 with
 13
 points
 and
 Langston Galloway had
11.
Saint
Joseph's
started
out
strong
and
with
Hilliard
scoring
10
points
in the
first
11
minutes,
the
Hawks
led
by
as
many
as
five
points.
But
the
final
four
minutes would
change
the
game
as
Xavier
outscored
the
Hawks,
13‐2,
during
that
span
to
take
a 34‐27
 lead
 at
 halftime.
 Xavier
 then
 took
 a
 31‐25
 lead
 and
 Tu
 Holloway
 scored
 his
 only points
of
the
half
when
he
converted
three
free
throws
with
a
second
remaining.
Xavier built
up
a
13‐point
lead,
40‐27,
in
the
first
few
minutes
of
the
second
half.
The
Hawks came
as
close
as
45‐37
at
13:31,
but
the
Musketeers
would
score
six
straight
to
own
a
51‐ 37
lead
with
10:14
to
play.
Xavier
never
let
the
lead
get
smaller
than
16
points. Xavier
(19‐6;
10‐1
A‐10) ## Player 22 McLEAN,
Jamel 32 FREASE,
Kenny

f c

tot‐fg fg fga 3 7 7 11

3‐pt fg fga ft fta 0 0 1 2 0 0 3 3

10 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0

14 4 10 3 0 0 0 2 4 0 1

2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

rebounds of de tot pf 2 3 5 1 1 9 10 1

tp a to blk s min 7 1 1 1 0 29 17 4 2 1 0 28

4 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

27 56 3 11

Saint
Joseph's
(7‐18;
2‐9
A‐10) tot‐fg Player fg fga ROBERTS,
Ronald f 3 8 QUARLES,
Daryus f 2 5 HILLIARD,
Idris f 5 9 GALLOWAY,
L g 2 10 JONES,
Carl g 1 8 AIKEN,
C.J. 0 5 BENTLEY,
Charoy 3 9 TREVISAN,
Taylor 1 1 TEAM Totals.............. 17 55

## 13 24 32 10 35 01 11 22

2 0 9 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 0 9 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

17 18

0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 9

6 2 4 1 0 0 1 0 5 0 0

6 2 5 2 0 0 1 0 7 0 0 2 31 40

2nd
Half:
14‐29
48.3% 2nd
Half:
1‐5
20.0% 2nd
Half:
11‐12
91.7% 3‐pt fg fga 0 0 1 2 2 2 1 4 1 4 0 2 1 5 0 0

ft 1 0 1 6 3 0 0 3

6 19

14 22

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
10‐26
38.5% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
4‐10
40.0% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
3‐3
100%

fta 6 0 1 6 4 0 0 5

rebounds of de tot 2 1 3 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 5 5 0 2 2 0 3 3 0 2 2 1 1 2 5 3 8 9 19 28

2nd
Half:
7‐29
24.1% 2nd
Half:
2‐9
22.2% 2nd
Half:
11‐19
57.9%

3 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 4 0 0

24 2 14 2 2 0 0 2 4 0 0

3 2 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

14

74 17 10 4

Game:
48.2% Game:
27.3% Game:
94.4%

a 1 1 1 2 2 0 1 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

37 34 38 4 2 1 1 7 16 1 2

5 199

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

pf 4 0 2 3 2 2 1 0

tp 7 5 13 11 6 0 7 5

to 0 1 0 2 3 2 0 0

14

54 8 8

Game:
30.9% Game:
31.6% Game:
63.6%

blk 2 0 0 1 0 5 0 0

s min 0 23 0 25 1 32 2 33 1 32 0 28 0 26 0 1

8

4 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 6

Officials:
Bryan
Kersey,
Larry
Scirotto,
Jeff
Albright Technical
fouls:
Xavier‐LYONS,
Mark;
McLEAN,
Jamel.
Saint
Joseph's‐JONES,
Carl;
AIKEN,
C.J.. Attendance:
3,911 Score
by
Periods Xavier Saint
Joseph's

1st 2nd 34 40 27 27

Total 74 54

Game
26:
February
20,
2011
‐
Liacouras
Center
‐
Philadelphia,
Pa. #23
Temple
66
‐
SJU
52

Ramone
Moore
scored
17
points
to
lead
#23
Temple
to
a
66‐52
win
over
Saint
Joseph's
in an
Atlantic
10
and
Big
5
game
at
the
Liacouras
Center.
Langston
Galloway had
17
points to
lead
the
Hawks
while
Carl
Jones added
11.
After
Temple
seemed
to
break
it
open
early in
the
second
half
with
a
44‐28
lead,
the
Hawks
made
their
move
and
cut
it
to
48‐40
on
a three‐pointer
by
Jones
with
10
minutes
to
go.
But
Temple
would
use
an
8‐2
run
to
quick‐ ly
regain
the
double‐digit
lead,
56‐42
and
go
on
to
lead
by
as
much
as
18
points.
SJU
held a
very
early
lead
in
the
game,
but
an
11‐0
Temple
run
gave
the
home
team
a
20‐11
lead at
10:24
of
the
first
half.
Saint
Joseph's
countered
with
a
7‐0
run,
which
included
a
three‐ pointer
by Charoy
Bentley,
to
pull
within
20‐18
at
7:29.
But
Temple
ended
the
half
with an
8‐2
run
to
hold
a
35‐23
edge
at
halftime.
 Saint
Joseph's
(7‐19;
2‐10
A‐10;
0‐4
Big
5) tot‐fg 3‐pt Player fg fga fg fga ROBERTS,
Ronald f 3 6 0 0 HILLIARD,
Idris f 2 3 0 1 GALLOWAY,
L g 6 12 3 8 QUARLES,
Daryus g 0 5 0 2 JONES,
Carl g 5 9 1 2 AIKEN,
C.J. 1 4 0 1 BENTLEY,
Charoy 3 9 1 4 TEAM Totals.............. 20 48 5 18

## 13 32 10 24 35 01 11

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
9‐22
40.9% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
2‐7
28.6% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
3‐4
75.0%

Officials:
John
Gaffney,
Joe
Lindsay,
Sean
Hull Technical
fouls:
Saint
Joseph's‐None.
Fordham
University‐None. Attendance:
1,573 Score
by
Periods Saint
Joseph's Fordham

LYONS,
Mark g JACKSON,
Dante' g HOLLOWAY,
Tu g LATHAM,
Jordan CANTY,
Jay FEENEY,
Kevin MAZZA,
Johnny TAYLOR,
Andrew ROBINSON,
Jeff HUGHES,
Joe McKENZIE,
Griffin TEAM Totals..............

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
13‐27
48.1% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
2‐6
33.3% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
6‐6
100%

Game
24:
February
13,
2011
‐
Izod
Center
‐
E.
Rutherford,
N.J. SJU
76
‐
Fordham
70

## 13 32 10 24 35 01 02 05 11

10 25 52 02 11 13 14 15 21 33 44

ft 1 2 2 2 0 0 0

fta 2 2 2 2 0 0 0

7 8

rebounds of de tot 1 1 2 0 4 4 0 5 5 0 3 3 0 1 1 2 1 3 1 4 5 1 2 3 5 21 26

2nd
Half:
11‐26
42.3% 2nd
Half:
3‐11
27.3% 2nd
Half:
4‐4
100%

Temple
(21‐5;
11‐2
A‐10;
3‐1
Big
5) tot‐fg 3‐pt Player fg fga fg fga ALLEN,
Lavoy f 7 10 0 0 JEFFERSON,
Rahlir f 3 4 0 0 FERNANDEZ,
Juan g 3 7 3 5 BROWN,
Aaron g 0 2 0 1 MOORE,
Ramone g 6 14 2 5 WYATT,
Khalif 3 11 3 9 DiLEO,
TJ 1 4 0 3 GAITLEY,
Dutch 0 0 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 23 52 8 23

## 24 32 04 22 23 01 11 45

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
13‐27
48.1% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
5‐13
38.5% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
4‐4
100%

ft 0 5 3 0 3 0 1 0

fta 0 6 3 0 3 1 2 0

12 15

rebounds of de tot 2 10 12 2 4 6 0 3 3 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 3 2 5 10 22 32

2nd
Half:
10‐25
40.0% 2nd
Half:
3‐10
30.0% 2nd
Half:
8‐11
72.7%

Officials:
Gene
Steratore,
Roger
Ayers,
Brian
O'Connell Technical
fouls:
Saint
Joseph's‐None.
Temple‐None. Attendance:
10,206 Score
by
Periods Saint
Joseph's Temple

1st 2nd 23 29 35 31

Total 52 66

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 63

pf 2 1 1 4 2 1 2

tp 7 6 17 2 11 2 7

a 0 1 3 1 4 1 3

to 1 1 1 0 3 0 1

13

52 13 7

Game:
41.7% Game:
27.8% Game:
87.5%

a 2 0 6 2 4 4 1 0

s min 0 26 1 29 1 40 0 24 0 30 0 26 0 25

3

2 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

pf 1 3 1 0 2 2 2 0

tp 14 11 12 0 17 9 3 0

11

66 19 4

Game:
44.2% Game:
34.8% Game:
80.0%

blk 1 0 1 0 0 1 0

to 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0

blk 1 2 1 0 0 0 1 0

s min 1 38 0 31 1 39 0 8 2 38 1 27 0 18 0 1

5

5 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 0


2010-11 BOX SCORES Game
27:
February
23,
2011
‐
Mullins
Center
‐
Amherst,
Mass.
 Massachusetts
69
‐
SJU
51

Idris
 Hilliard
 paced
 the
 Hawks
 with
 10
 points
 but
 Saint
 Joseph’s
 couldn’t
 overcome
 an early
deficit
and
fell
to
Massachusetts,
69‐51
at
the
Mullins
Center.
Saint
Joseph's
started the
game
with
its
biggest
scoring
drought
of
the
year.
The
Hawks
scored
three
points
on free
throws
but
did
not
convert
their
first
field
goal
until
a
short
jumper
by
Hilliard
at
8:28 broke
 a
 string
 of
 13
 missed
 shots.
 By
 then,
 Massachusetts
 had
 built
 up
 a
 20‐6
 lead.
 A three‐pointer
at
3:06
gave
the
Minutemen
a
29‐12
lead
and
by
halftime,
UMass
held
a
34‐ 15
lead.
It
was
the
season’s
lowest
point
total
in
a
half
for
the
Hawks,
with
the
previous low
being
19
at
Penn
State.
SJU
shot
just
4‐for‐23
in
the
half,
and
1‐for‐13
from
three‐ point
range,
while
UMass
shot
52
percent
from
the
field.
With
UMass
leading
50‐25,
the Hawks
 held
 the
 Minutemen
 without
 a
 point
 for
 over
 six
 minutes.
 During
 that
 time
 the Hawks
ran
off
10
straight
points,
with
five
from
Hilliard,
to
cut
it
to
50‐35,
but
UMass
even‐ tually
built
its
lead
back
to
20,
at
55‐35. Saint
Joseph's
(7‐20,
2‐11
A‐10) tot‐fg ## Player fg fga 13 ROBERTS,
Ronald f 4 6 32 HILLIARD,
Idris f 3 5 10 GALLOWAY,
L g 2 10 24 QUARLES,
Daryus g 1 7 35 JONES,
Carl g 1 6 01 AIKEN,
C.J. 1 7 11 BENTLEY,
Charoy 1 7 22 TREVISAN,
Taylor 0 0 42 BAPTISTE,
Carl 3 4 TEAM Totals.............. 16 52 TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
4‐23
17.4% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
1‐13
7.7% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
6‐9
66.7% Massachusetts
(15‐11;
7‐6
A‐10) tot‐fg Player fg fga VINSON,
Terrell f 4 7 FARRELL,
Javorn f 2 8 CARTER,
Sean c 2 3 CORREIA,
Gary g 1 4 GURLEY,
Anthony g 9 14 MORGAN,
Jesse 0 5 CARTER,
Sampson 4 8 PUTNEY,
Raphiael 2 5 BAILEY,
Hashim 1 2 HILL,
Matt 1 1 TEAM Totals.............. 26 57

## 02 10 23 11 12 05 22 34 35 50

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
13‐26
50.0% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
2‐5
40.0% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
6‐9
66.7%

3‐pt fg fga 0 0 1 2 1 5 0 5 0 3 0 4 1 6 0 0 1 1

ft 1 3 1 3 6 1 0 0 0

4 26

15 23

fta 2 4 2 4 6 2 2 0 1

rebounds of de tot 4 3 7 0 0 0 1 4 5 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 3 1 3 4 8 16 24

2nd
Half:
12‐29
41.4% 2nd
Half:
3‐13
23.1% 2nd
Half:
9‐14
64.3% 3‐pt fg fga 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 4 3 4 0 3 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0

ft 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 4 0 2

5 16

12 17

fta 1 0 2 2 1 0 5 4 0 2

rebounds of de tot 1 2 3 1 4 5 4 4 8 1 1 2 1 5 6 0 2 2 1 4 5 1 4 5 2 1 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 14 31 45

2nd
Half:
13‐31
41.9% 2nd
Half:
3‐11
27.3% 2nd
Half:
6‐8
75.0%

pf 4 5 0 1 2 2 0 1 2

tp 9 10 6 5 8 3 3 0 7

a 0 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 0

to 1 3 1 0 1 0 2 0 2

17

51 8 10 4

Game:
30.8% Game:
15.4% Game:
65.2%

a 1 2 1 7 2 1 0 1 1 2

blk 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1

s min 0 20 0 31 5 30 1 25 0 28 0 25 1 27 0 2 1 12

1st 2nd 15 36 34 35

pf 2 1 3 1 2 2 0 2 3 3

tp 9 4 4 5 22 0 10 9 2 4

to 1 3 1 3 5 2 1 1 0 1

19

69 18 18 4

Game:
45.6% Game:
31.3% Game:
70.6%

blk 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

3 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 5

Total 51 69

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
12‐21
57.1% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
2‐7
28.6% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
8‐9
88.9%

3‐pt fg fga 0 0 0 2 0 3 1 2 1 4 0 0 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0

ft 2 6 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0

5 15

14 18

fta 2 8 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0

rebounds of de tot 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 1 0 1 3 5 8 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 4 4 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 2 6 16 22

2nd
Half:
11‐24
45.8% 2nd
Half:
3‐8
37.5% 2nd
Half:
6‐9
66.7%

a 1 2 5 3 3 1 1 0 0 0

pf 4 3 5 5 2 2 2 2 1 0

tp 2 28 2 5 11 0 9 6 0 2

26

65 16 9

Game:
51.1% Game:
33.3% Game:
77.8%

11 17

20 30

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
12‐18
66.7% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
6‐10
60.0% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
8‐12
66.7%

fta 2 2 2 6 13 5 0 0

rebounds of de tot pf 1 3 4 3 0 2 2 1 1 2 3 2 1 3 4 2 0 0 0 1 1 5 6 3 0 1 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 5 18 23 16

2nd
Half:
12‐21
57.1% 2nd
Half:
5‐7
71.4% 2nd
Half:
12‐18
66.7%

tp 3 9 3 27 20 14 3 0

a 0 1 3 3 6 0 6 0

to 0 3 0 1 2 0 2 0

79 19 8

Game:
61.5% Game:
64.7% Game:
66.7%

blk 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0

s min 0 18 0 25 0 37 2 38 2 37 0 29 0 15 0 1

3

4 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

Officials:
Lamar
Simpson,
Earl
Walton,
Ed
Crenshaw,
Jr. Technical
fouls:
St.
Bonaventure‐None.
Saint
Joseph's‐None. Attendance:
4,051 Score
by
Periods St.
Bonaventure Saint
Joseph's

1st 2nd 34 31 38 41

Total 65 79

s min 0 19 0 26 0 15 0 34 1 27 0 12 1 25 0 18 0 14 1 10

Langston
Galloway
scored
a
career‐high
27
points
and
Carl
Jones tallied
20
to
lead
Saint Joseph's
to
a
79‐65
win
over
St.
Bonaventure
for
its
largest
winning
margin
of
the
year. C.J.
Aiken scored
a
career‐high
14
points
on
5‐for‐7
shooting
and
Jones
converted
10‐for‐ 13
from
the
foul
line
while
adding
six
assists.
Charoy
Bentley handed
out
a
career‐high
six assists
in
15
minutes
off
the
bench.
The
Hawks
turned
in
their
best
shooting
performance of
the
season,
hitting
61.5
percent
from
the
field
and
64.7
percent
from
three‐point
range. SJU
trailed
for
part
of
the
period
as
SBU's
Andrew
Nicholson
scored
16
first‐half
points. But
the
Hawks
scored
the
final
six
points
of
the
half,
ending
with
a
three‐point
play
by Aiken
to
take
a
38‐34
lead
into
the
lockerroom.
The
Hawks
opened
the
second
half
with
a 13‐4
run,
paced
by
seven
points
from
Jones,
to
build
up
a
51‐38
lead.
An
11‐4
run
pulled the
Bonnies
within
56‐52,
but
Jones
hit
a
three‐pointer
at
6:19
to
give
the
Hawks
a
seven‐ point
cushion.
Galloway
hit
6‐of‐6
free
throws
to
secure
the
victory. St.
Bonaventure
(15‐12;
7‐7
A‐10) tot‐fg Player fg fga COOK,
Da'Quan f 0 1 NICHOLSON,
A f 11 16 ADEGBOYE,
Ogo g 1 5 CONGER,
D g 2 4 DAVENPORT,
M g 2 9 DE
HAAS,
Sam 0 0 WRIGHT,
Ma 3 5 SIMMONS,
M 3 3 ROSEBORO,
Brett 0 1 HOUSEKNECHT,
J 1 1 TEAM Totals.............. 23 45

ft 1 0 1 6 10 2 0 0

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 6

Game
28:
February
26,
2011
‐
Hagan
Arena
 SJU
79
‐
St.
Bonaventure
65

## 43 44 00 11 32 01 24 33 35 45

3‐pt fg fga 0 0 1 3 0 0 5 7 2 3 2 3 1 1 0 0

8 200

Officials:
DJ
Carstensen,
Dwayne
Gladden,
Wally
Rutecki Technical
fouls:
Saint
Joseph's‐None.
Massachusetts‐None. Attendance:
3,641 Score
by
Periods Saint
Joseph's Massachusetts

Saint
Joseph's
(8‐20;
3‐11
A‐10) tot‐fg ## Player fg fga 13 ROBERTS,
Ronald f 1 2 24 QUARLES,
Daryus f 4 6 32 HILLIARD,
Idris f 1 3 10 GALLOWAY,
L g 8 13 35 JONES,
Carl g 4 7 01 AIKEN,
C.J. 5 7 11 BENTLEY,
Charoy 1 1 22 TREVISAN,
Taylor 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 24 39

to 0 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 0

blk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

s min 1 16 1 34 1 38 1 32 0 36 0 1 0 13 0 23 0 6 0 1

0

4 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

Langston
Galloway
scored
a
career‐high
27
points
to
lead
the
Hawks
over
St. Bonaventure,
79‐65.

 Game
29:
March
2,
2011
‐
Hagan
Arena
 Richmond
69
‐
SJU
54

Kevin
 Anderson
 scored
 20
 of
 his
 game‐high
 22
 points
 in
 the
 second
 half
 as
 Richmond earned
a
69‐54
victory
over
Saint
Joseph's
on
"Senior
Night.”
SJU
was
led
by
Carl
Jones with
18
points
and
Ronald
Roberts with
10.
The
Hawks'
seniors,
Idris
Hilliard and
Charoy Bentley,
 were
 honored
 prior
 to
 the
 game
 and
 Hilliard
 scored
 eight
 points
 and
 grabbed seven
rebounds
in
his
final
game
at
Hagan
Arena.
After
shooting
just
29
percent
in
the
first half,
 Richmond
 hit
 55
 percent
 of
 its
 shots
 in
 the
 second
 to
 pull
 away
 from
 the
 Hawks. Leading
40‐39
with
just
over
10
minutes
to
play,
the
Spiders
broke
it
open
with
a
12‐1
run to
take
a
52‐40
lead
and
then
their
biggest
lead
of
the
game,
69‐52,
with
1:49
remaining. Neither
 team
 would
 lead
 by
 more
 than
 three
 points
 in
 the
 low‐scoring
 first
 half,
 with Richmond
holding
a
20‐19
edge
at
intermission. Richmond
(23‐7;
12‐3
A‐10) tot‐fg Player fg fga SMITH,
Kevin f 1 5 HARPER,
Justin f 7 16 GERIOT,
Dan c 6 14 BROTHERS,
Darien g 3 6 ANDERSON,
Kevin g 6 12 GARRETT,
Darrius 0 0 LINDSAY,
Cedrick 0 0 DUINKER,
Josh 1 4 MARTEL,
Francis 1 3 HOVDE,
Kevin 0 0 ROBBINS,
Greg 0 0 SMITH,
Conor 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 25 60

## 12 32 41 03 14 01 02 11 15 21 22 31

3‐pt fg fga 0 0 2 6 1 2 2 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

ft 0 0 1 2 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

7 16

12 14

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
9‐31
29.0% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
2‐10
20.0% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
0‐0
0.0% Saint
Joseph's
(8‐21;
3‐12
A‐10) tot‐fg Player fg fga ROBERTS,
Ronald f 4 9 QUARLES,
Daryus f 1 4 HILLIARD,
Idris f 3 4 GALLOWAY,
L g 2 11 JONES,
Carl g 6 13 AIKEN,
C.J. 3 7

## 13 24 32 10 35 01

fta 0 1 2 2 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

rebounds of de tot 3 3 6 1 8 9 2 4 6 0 2 2 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 12 22 34

2nd
Half:
16‐29
55.2% 2nd
Half:
5‐6
83.3% 2nd
Half:
12‐14
85.7% 3‐pt fg fga 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 6 1 4 0 3

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 64

ft 2 0 0 3 5 2

fta 2 0 0 4 9 2

rebounds of de tot 2 3 5 1 2 3 0 2 2 3 2 5 1 4 5 2 5 7

pf 4 1 1 3 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 0

tp 2 16 14 10 22 0 0 2 3 0 0 0

a 2 1 5 0 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

to 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

14

69 15 5

Game:
41.7% Game:
43.8% Game:
85.7%

pf 3 1 2 3 2 1

tp 10 2 6 9 18 8

a 0 0 4 2 1 0

blk 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

s min 0 31 1 36 0 35 1 25 2 36 0 2 0 11 1 5 1 16 0 1 0 1 0 1

3

6 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

to 2 0 1 0 4 0

blk 0 1 1 0 0 3

s min 0 31 0 21 1 31 2 36 0 37 0 30


2010-11 BOX SCORES 11 BENTLEY,
Charoy TEAM Totals..............

0 3

0 2

19 51 3 16

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
8‐22
36.4% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
0‐5
0.0% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
3‐6
50.0%

1 2 13 19

0 3 3 2 3 5 11 24 35

2nd
Half:
11‐29
37.9% 2nd
Half:
3‐11
27.3% 2nd
Half:
10‐13
76.9%

2 14

1

3 2 0 1 54 10 10 5

Game:
37.3% Game:
18.8% Game:
68.4%

0

14

3 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

Officials:
Frank
Scagliotta,
Jeff
Anderson,
Brent
Hampton Technical
fouls:
Richmond‐None.
Saint
Joseph's‐None. Attendance:
3,651 Score
by
Periods Richmond Saint
Joseph's

1st 2nd 20 49 19 35

Total 69 54

Game
30:
March
5,
2011
‐
Halton
Arena
‐
Charlotte,
N.C.
 SJU
71
‐
Charlotte
70

Langston
Galloway
tied
his
career‐high
with
27
points
and
hit
a
free
throw
with
4.1
sec‐ onds
to
play
to
lift
Saint
Joseph's
to
a
71‐70
win
over
Charlotte
in
the
regular‐season
finale at
Halton
Arena.
The
victory
gave
SJU
the
final
spot
in
the
A‐10
Tournament.
The
Hawks shot
a
blistering
11‐for‐19
from
3‐point
range
in
the
victory.
Galloway
went
8‐for‐11
from the
field
and
a
career‐best
6‐for‐7
from
3‐point
range
while
Carl
Jones
scored
19
points and
Idris
Hilliard
added
10
points.
With
SJU
leading,
70‐67,
Charlotte's
Derrio
Green
con‐ nected
on
a
baseline
three
pointer
with
10.3
seconds
to
go
to
knot
the
game
at
70.
On SJU's
possession,
Galloway
drove
to
the
hoop
and
was
fouled
with
4.1
seconds
remaining. He
 made
 the
 first
 to
 provide
 the
 winning
 point,
 and
 although
 he
 missed
 the
 second, Charlotte
could
only
get
off
a
desperation
shot
from
beyond
halfcourt.
When
the
score was
tied
for
the
sixth
time
in
the
second
half,
64‐64,
Galloway
hit
the
shot
of
the
game. He
made
a
3‐pointer
from
near
the
Hawks'
bench,
was
knocked
to
the
ground,
and
made the
ensuing
free
throw
to
give
the
Hawks
a
68‐64
lead
with
1:20
remaining.
Charlotte
cut it
to
69‐67
on
free
throws
but
Jones
built
SJU's
lead
back
up
to
70‐67
with
a
free
throw
at :32,
thus
setting
the
stage
for
the
final
seconds.
Both
teams
were
playing
to
extend
their season
in
a
win‐or‐go‐home
scenario.
The
squads
traded
leads
and
were
tied
twice
in
the first
half.
Charlotte
held
a
33‐28
lead
on
a
layup
with
2:37
to
go,
but
SJU
closed
out
the half
with
seven
straight
points,
ending
with
a
three‐pointer
by
Galloway
at
the
buzzer
to give
the
Hawks
a
35‐33
halftime
lead.
 Saint
Joseph's
(9‐21;
4‐12
A‐10) tot‐fg ## Player fg fga 24 QUARLES,
Daryus f 3 7 32 HILLIARD,
Idris f 2 5 13 ROBERTS,
Ronald c 1 1 10 GALLOWAY,
L g 8 11 35 JONES,
Carl g 6 15 01 AIKEN,
C.J. 3 6 02 O'BRIEN,
Todd 0 0 11 BENTLEY,
Charoy 0 3 TEAM Totals.............. 23 48 TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
14‐26
53.8% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
6‐10
60.0% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
1‐1
100% Charlotte
(10‐20;
2‐14
A‐10) tot‐fg Player fg fga BARNETT,
Javarris f 4 9 WILDERNESS,
A f 2 6 BRASWELL,
Chris c 3 10 GREEN,
Derrio g 4 13 DEWHURST,
C g 3 4 SHERRILL,
KJ 3 7 HOLMES,
Kendria 1 2 HAMMONDS,
Ny 3 4 WHITAKER,
Lanie 1 2 TEAM Totals.............. 24 57

## 00 21 35 01 22 02 03 10 20

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
15‐33
45.5% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
3‐7
42.9% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
0‐1
0.0%

3‐pt fg fga 0 2 2 2 0 0 6 7 2 6 1 1 0 0 0 1

rebounds ft fta of de tot 0 0 0 2 2 4 4 0 4 4 0 0 0 2 2 5 6 0 2 2 5 8 0 2 2 0 0 2 3 5 0 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 3 3

11 19

14 18

3

20 23

2nd
Half:
9‐22
40.9% 2nd
Half:
5‐9
55.6% 2nd
Half:
13‐17
76.5% 3‐pt fg fga 3 8 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 1 0 0 1 2 2 3 1 2

ft 0 2 10 0 0 0 0 2 0

8 21

14 19

fta 0 2 15 0 0 0 0 2 0

rebounds of de tot 1 4 5 2 1 3 2 8 10 0 4 4 3 2 5 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 1 4 13 23 36

2nd
Half:
9‐24
37.5% 2nd
Half:
5‐14
35.7% 2nd
Half:
14‐18
77.8%

pf 0 2 3 3 2 4 2 0

tp 6 10 2 27 19 7 0 0

a 0 1 3 4 6 0 0 2

to 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 3

16

71 16 6

Game:
47.9% Game:
57.9% Game:
77.8%

a 0 2 3 2 1 1 0 2 0

s min 0 19 0 37 0 20 1 35 3 40 1 26 0 4 0 19

8

5 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

pf 3 0 2 3 1 1 1 4 0

tp 11 6 16 9 6 6 3 10 3

15

70 11 6

Game:
42.1% Game:
38.1% Game:
73.7%

blk 0 1 2 2 0 3 0 0

to 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 0

blk 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

s min 1 32 0 26 2 30 1 33 0 26 0 24 0 8 1 15 0 6

2

5 200

three‐pointer
at
the
buzzer
as
the
Hawks
ran
off
the
court
with
their
biggest
lead
of
the half,
31‐20,
at
the
break.
Saint
Joseph's
kept
up
its
50‐percent
shooting
through
the
first 10
minutes
of
the
second
half,
taking
its
biggest
lead,
43‐29,
ith
11:19
to
go.
GW
found
its shooting
 stroke
 and
 eventually
 cut
 the
 margin
 to
 47‐45,
 but
 Galloway
 hit
 a
 fadeaway jumper
to
restore
the
four‐point
cushion.
The
Colonials
tied
the
score
for
the
first
time since
the
opening
tip
on
a
pair
of
free
throws
with
59
seconds
left.
Inbounding
with
37.2 seconds
to
go
and
the
score
49‐49,
the
Hawks
committed
a
shot
clock
violation.
With
a chance
to
win,
GW
missed
two
shots
on
its
last
possession
and
Todd
O'Brien grabbed
the defensive
rebound
as
time
expired
to
send
the
game
into
overtime.
In
overtime,
Aiken sank
a
pair
of
free
throws
20
seconds
into
the
period
that
gave
SJU
a
lead
it
would
not relinquish.
After
layups
by
Hilliard
and
Jones,
Galloway
swished
six
straight
free
throws
to put
SJU
on
top,
61‐49,
before
Tony
Taylor
hit
a
three
with
1:27
to
go
to
get
the
Colonials on
the
board
in
the
OT.
A
pair
of
free
throws
by
Jones
pushed
the
lead
back
to
double
dig‐ its,
where
it
would
remain
for
the
rest
of
the
game.
For
the
overtime,
the
Hawks
were
2‐ of‐2
from
the
field
and
18‐of‐20
from
the
line
while
GW
shot
just
4‐of‐15
from
the
floor, including
2‐of‐11
from
outside
the
arc.
The
Hawks
shot
52.3
percent
(23‐of‐44)
for
the game
compared
to
just
35.7
percent
(20‐of‐56)
for
GW.
 Saint
Joseph's
(10‐21) ## 01 24 32 10 11 02 13 35

Player AIKEN,
C.J. QUARLES,
Daryus HILLIARD,
Idris GALLOWAY,
L BENTLEY,
Charoy O'BRIEN,
Todd ROBERTS,
Ronald JONES,
Carl TEAM Totals..............

f f f g g

tot‐fg fg fga 2 3 2 6 4 10 4 6 1 4 1 1 5 6 4 8

3‐pt fg fga 1 1 1 3 0 2 1 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 3

23 44 4 15

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
13‐25
52.0% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
3‐9
33.3% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
2‐2
100% George
Washington
(17‐14) tot‐fg Player fg fga SMITH,
Dwayne f 3 11 MIKIC,
Nemanja f 3 9 KATUKA,
Joseph c 2 5 TAYLOR,
Tony g 7 19 WARE,
Aaron g 3 7 BYNES,
Bryan 0 1 PELLOM,
David 1 1 EDWARDS,
Jabari 1 3 WARREN,
Daymon 0 0 TEAM Totals.............. 20 56

## 00 30 42 03 15 05 12 13 33

ft 6 3 2 6 0 0 0 4

fta 6 4 2 6 0 0 0 6

21 24

rebounds of de tot 1 3 4 1 4 5 1 4 5 0 5 5 1 0 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 6 6 2 2 6 25 31

2nd
Half:
8‐17
47.1% 2nd
Half:
1‐6
16.7% 2nd
Half:
1‐2
50.0% 3‐pt fg fga 1 4 2 8 0 0 3 8 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

ft 1 0 1 5 4 0 2 0 0

6 21

13 20

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
7‐21
33.3% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
2‐6
33.3% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
4‐6
66.7%

fta 2 0 4 6 4 0 2 2 0

rebounds of de tot 5 1 6 0 3 3 3 2 5 0 2 2 1 3 4 0 0 0 0 3 3 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 3 13 15 28

2nd
Half:
9‐20
45.0% 2nd
Half:
2‐4
50.0% 2nd
Half:
9‐12
75.0%

pf 1 1 4 4 1 1 2 1 15

tp 11 8 10 15 3 2 10 12

a 0 1 5 2 2 0 0 1

to 0 0 2 3 1 0 0 3 1 71 11 10

Game:
52.3% Game:
26.7% Game:
87.5%

pf 3 3 3 2 2 0 2 2 0 17

to 0 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 59 10 7

tp 8 8 5 22 10 0 4 2 0

a 0 2 0 6 0 2 0 0 0

Game:
35.7% Game:
28.6% Game:
65.0%

blk 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

s min 2 38 0 21 0 39 1 44 0 14 0 13 0 18 1 38

6

4 225

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 2

blk 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

s min 1 33 0 32 1 20 0 42 0 22 1 20 0 31 0 25 0 0+

2

3 225

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 6

Officials:
Bryan
Kersey,
Ray
Styons,
Brent
Hampton Technical
fouls:
Saint
Joseph's‐None.
George
Washington‐None. Attendance:
2,281 Score
by
Periods 1st 2nd Saint
Joseph's 31 18 George
Washington 20 29

OT Total 22 71 10 59

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 3

Officials:
Jerry
Heater,
Frankie
Bordeaux,
Bryan
Anslinger Technical
fouls:
Saint
Joseph's‐None.
Charlotte‐None. Attendance:
5,557 Score
by
Periods Saint
Joseph's Charlotte

1st 2nd 35 36 33 37

Total 71 70

Game
31:
March
8,
2011
‐
Smith
Center
‐
Washington,
D.C. Atlantic
10
Opening
Round
 (12)
SJU
71
‐
(5)
George
Washington
59
(OT)

Saint
Joseph's
scored
the
first
12
points
of
overtime
as
the
12th‐seeded
Hawks
upset
fifth‐ seeded
George
Washington,
71‐59,
in
the
2011
Atlantic
10
Opening
Round
at
the
Smith Center.
Langston
Galloway led
the
way
with
15
points.
Saint
Joseph's
only
attempted
two field
goals
in
overtime,
but
shot
18‐of‐20
from
the
charity
stripe
to
salt
away
the
win. C.J. Aiken was
also
6‐for‐6
from
the
line
in
overtime
on
his
way
to
11
points
to
go
with
his
five blocks.
Also
in
double
figures
for
SJU
were
Carl
Jones
with
12
and
Idris
Hilliard and
Ronald Roberts with
10
each.
The
Hawks
never
trailed,
scoring
the
first
five
points
of
the
game en
 route
 to
 building
 up
 an
 11‐4
 advantage.
 Daryus
 Quarles
 connected
 on
 a
 baseline

Ronald
Roberts
was
one
of
five
Hawks
in
double
figures
as
Saint
Joseph’s defeated
George
Washington,
71‐59
in
overtime,
to
advance
to
the
Atlantic 10
Quarterfinals
at
Boardwalk
Hall.



SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 65


2010-11 BOX SCORES Game
32:
March
11,
2011
‐
Boardwalk
Hall
‐
Atlantic
City,
N.J. Atlantic
10
Tournament
Quarterfinals (12)
SJU
93
‐
(4)
Duquesne
90
(OT)

Carl
 Jones scored
 a
 career‐high
 28
 points
 and
 the
 Hawks
 gave
 coach
 Phil
 Martelli his 300th
 career
 win
 with
 a
 93‐90
 overtime
 victory
 over
 fourth‐seeded
 Duquesne
 in
 the Atlantic
 10
 quarterfinals
 at
 Boardwalk
 Hall.
 Trailing
 79‐77
 late
 in
 the
 game,
 Charoy Bentley delivered
a
bullet
pass
to
Ronald
Roberts for
a
dunk
that
tied
the
game,
79‐79,
at 1.5
seconds
to
force
the
extra
frame.
In
overtime,
Duquesne
tallied
the
first
basket,
but the
Hawks
answered
with
an
8‐0
run,
taking
an
88‐82
lead
on
a
Bentley
three‐pointer
with 2:37
to
go.
The
Dukes
fought
back
to
make
it
a
91‐90
game
with
under
15
seconds
left. Jones
 hit
 a
 pair
 of
 free
 throws
 to
 extend
 the
 Hawks'
 lead
 to
 93‐90,
 and
 SJU's
 defense smothered
T.J.
McConnell
to
force
a
three‐pointer
that
missed
its
mark
as
time
expired. Roberts
had
a
career‐high
19
points
and
Idris
Hilliard had
18
points
and
nine
rebounds. Roberts
led
the
Hawks
with
12
points
in
a
frenetic
first
half
that
saw
the
teams
combine for
20
turnovers,
with
SJU
committing
nine.
Although
Duquesne
led
by
eight
points,
the Hawks
fought
back
and
tied
it
at
22‐22.
SJU
would
go
into
halftime
holding
a
40‐39
lead. Saint
Joseph's
led
by
as
many
as
11
points
in
the
second
half,
but
Duquesne
used
an
13‐1 run
to
take
its
first
lead
of
the
half,
69‐68,
with
3:50
to
go.
It
was
Saint
Joseph's
second consecutive
overtime
victory,
and
just
the
second
overtime
game
all
season.
The
Hawks advanced
to
the
A‐10
semifinals
for
the
14th
time
in
school
history.
 Saint
Joseph’s
(11‐21) ## 13 24 32 10 35 01 02 11

Player ROBERTS,
Ronald QUARLES,
Daryus HILLIARD,
Idris GALLOWAY,
L JONES,
Carl AIKEN,
C.J. O'BRIEN,
Todd BENTLEY,
Charoy TEAM Totals..............

f f f g g

tot‐fg fg fga 9 11 2 8 7 11 2 10 7 13 2 3 0 0 3 5

32 61 8 16

TOTAL
FG% 1st
Half:
15‐33
45.5% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
3‐8
37.5% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
7‐10
70.0% Duquesne
(18‐12) ## 23 25 30 01 20 02 03 32

Player MONTEIRO,
B.J. SAUNDERS,
D CLARK,
Bill TALLEY,
Mike McCONNELL,
T.J. WRIGHT,
Joel EVANS,
Eric JOHNSON,
Sean TEAM Totals..............

3‐pt fg fga 0 0 1 1 1 3 1 4 2 4 0 0 0 0 3 4

f f f g g

tot‐fg fg fga 2 6 8 11 7 16 2 6 6 10 0 1 1 4 5 10

fta 5 2 5 0 15 4 0 0

21 31

rebounds of de tot 4 5 9 0 2 2 4 5 9 2 4 6 1 6 7 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 2 3 13 25 38

2nd
Half:
12‐21
57.1% 2nd
Half:
4‐7
57.1% 2nd
Half:
11‐15
73.3% 3‐pt fg fga 0 0 2 4 3 7 1 3 3 6 0 0 0 0 0 1

31 64 9 21

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
14‐31
45.2% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
6‐11
54.5% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
5‐10
50.0%

ft 1 2 3 0 12 3 0 0

ft 3 3 4 0 0 1 0 8

fta 5 6 6 1 0 2 0 12

19 32

rebounds of de tot 1 1 2 3 8 11 1 6 7 1 0 1 1 2 3 2 3 5 1 0 1 2 1 3 1 1 2 13 22 35

2nd
Half:
13‐27
48.1% 2nd
Half:
3‐8
37.5% 2nd
Half:
11‐16
68.8%

pf 2 3 5 3 3 2 1 1

tp 19 7 18 5 28 7 0 9

a 0 0 2 6 7 2 0 1

to 0 2 4 1 6 1 0 3

20

93 18 17 1

Game:
52.5% Game:
50.0% Game:
67.7%

a 4 3 3 4 1 0 2 5

blk 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

s min 1 34 0 20 1 33 2 43 3 44 0 14 0 9 2 28

35 01 02 11

JONES,
Carl g AIKEN,
C.J. O'BRIEN,
Todd BENTLEY,
Charoy TEAM Totals..............

4 3 0 3

16 4 0 7

0 1 0 3

21 51 9 25

TOTAL
FG%
1st
Half:
9‐29
31.0% 3‐Pt.
FG%
1st
Half:
4‐15
26.7% F
Throw
%
1st
Half:
2‐5
40.0% Dayton
(22‐12) ## 04 33 44 03 22 05 12 23 32 34 35

Player JOHNSON,
Chris f WRIGHT,
Chris f BENSON,
Josh c STATEN,
Juwan g WILLIAMS,
Paul g OLIVER,
Devin PARKER,
Josh FABRIZIUS,
Luke SPEARMAN,
Brandon SEARCY,
Devin KAVANAUGH,
Matt TEAM Totals..............

6 2 0 6

tot‐fg fg fga 6 13 6 13 2 6 4 7 0 5 1 1 1 3 1 4 1 1 0 0 0 1

3 0 0 0

4 0 0 0

10 17

0 0 0 0 1 7

0 3 1 3 4 24

0 3 1 3 5 31

2nd
Half:
12‐22
54.5% 2nd
Half:
5‐10
50.0% 2nd
Half:
8‐12
66.7% 3‐pt fg fga 4 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0

22 54 6 17

TOTAL
FG% 1st
Half:
11‐24
45.8% 3‐Pt.
FG% 1st
Half:
3‐7
42.9% F
Throw
% 1st
Half:
3‐6
50.0%

ft 3 5 2 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0

fta 5 9 2 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0

14 22

rebounds of de tot 1 3 4 4 11 15 2 5 7 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 3 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 12 25 37

2nd
Half:
11‐30
36.7% 2nd
Half:
3‐10
30.0% 2nd
Half:
11‐16
68.8%

2 3 1 2 16

11 7 0 9

5 0 0 1

2 0 0 4 1 61 12 9

Game:
41.2% Game:
36.0% Game:
58.8%

a 1 5 0 0 2 2 3 0 1 1 0

0 0 0 0

37 30 6 23

5

4 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 4

pf 0 1 2 1 3 0 2 3 2 1 0

tp 19 17 6 8 3 2 3 3 3 0 0

15

64 15 8

Game:
40.7% Game:
35.3% Game:
63.6%

0 3 0 0

to 0 4 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

blk 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

s min 0 32 0 34 0 23 2 31 0 29 0 11 1 13 1 15 0 3 0 4 0 5

1

4 200

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 5

Officials:
D.J.
Carstensen,
Brian
O'Connell,
Ron
Tyburski Technical
fouls:
Saint
Joseph's‐None.
Dayton‐None. Attendance:
8,285 Score
by
Periods Saint
Joseph's Dayton

1st 2nd 24 37 28 36

Total 61 64

9 225

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 4

pf 5 2 4 4 1 1 3 3

tp 7 21 21 5 15 1 2 18

to 1 3 2 2 4 1 1 1

23

90 22 15 4

Game:
48.4% Game:
42.9% Game:
59.4%

blk 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1

s min 2 25 3 44 0 41 0 25 5 40 0 6 2 19 1 25 13 225

DEADBALL REBOUNDS 8

Officials:
Frank
Scagliotta,
Paul
Faia,
John
Gwynn Technical
fouls:
Saint
Joseph's‐None.
Duquesne‐None. Attendance:
5,354 Score
by
Periods Saint
Joseph's Duquesne

1st 2nd 40 39 39 40

OT Total 14 93 11 90

Game
33:
March
12,
2011
‐
Boardwalk
Hall
‐
Atlantic
City,
N.J.
 Atlantic
10
Tournament
Semifinals (9)
Dayton
64
‐
(12)
SJU
61

Saint
Joseph's
exciting
Atlantic
10
Tournament
run
came
to
an
end
as
the
12th‐seeded Hawks
 fell
 to
 ninth‐seeded
 Dayton,
 64‐61,
 in
 the
 A‐10
 semifinals
 at
 Boardwalk
 Hall. Langston
Galloway had
16
points
and
Idris
Hilliard scored
15
for
Saint
Joseph's,
which
was making
its
14th
appearance
in
the
semifinals.
Galloway
added
nine
rebounds
while
Carl Jones scored
11
points.
Down
11
with
5:33
left,
the
Hawks
made
their
final
run
and
pulled within
two,
63‐61,
with
8.8
seconds
to
play
on
two
free
throws
by
Galloway.
Dayton's
Josh Parker
hit
a
free
throw
with
5.8
seconds
left
for
the
final
margin.
Saint
Joseph's
had
a
few chances
to
tie,
but
turned
the
ball
over
on
an
inbounds
play
in
front
of
its
own
bench
with 2.8
seconds
to
go.
The
Hawks
came
out
shooting
poorly
in
the
first
half,
going
5‐for‐22
to start.
But
despite
a
31
percent
shooting
half,
SJU
cut
Dayton's
nine
point
lead
to
28‐24
at halftime,
with
five
straight
points
from
Charoy
Bentley
and
Jones.
The
Hawks
fell
behind by
as
much
as
13
points
in
the
second
half,
but
made
their
late
run,
paced
by
a
three‐ pointer
from
Hilliard
to
cut
it
to
60‐55.
After
Dayton
increased
it
to
62‐55,
C.J.
Aiken hit
a three
with
:34
to
go
and
then
Galloway
cut
it
to
63‐61
with
:09
on
the
clock
as
the
Hawks fell
short
of
a
berth
in
the
A‐10
championship
game.
The
Hawks
closed
out
the
year
win‐ ing
four
of
their
last
six,
and
finished
with
an
11‐22
record. Saint
Joseph’s
(11‐22) ## 13 24 32 10

Player ROBERTS,
Ronald QUARLES,
Daryus HILLIARD,
Idris GALLOWAY,
L

f f f g

tot‐fg fg fga 1 2 0 1 6 9 4 12

3‐pt fg fga 0 0 0 1 2 2 3 8

ft 1 0 1 5

fta 3 2 2 6

rebounds of de tot 1 2 3 0 0 0 2 5 7 3 6 9

pf 3 1 3 1

tp 3 0 15 16

a 0 0 3 3

to 0 0 1 1

blk 2 0 0 0

s min 0 22 0 11 1 32 3 39

Taylor
Trevisan
and
Langston
Galloway
celebrate
the
Hawks’
overtime
win over
Duquesne
that
put
them
into
the
A‐10
semifinals.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 66


ATLANTIC 10 REVIEW 2010‐11
Atlantic
10
Standings 1. Xavier
(NCAA)
 ....................................15 2. Temple
(NCAA) ..................................14 3. Richmond
(NCAA)* ............................13 4. Duquesne
(CBI) ..................................10 5. George
Washington............................10 6. Rhode
Island
(CBI) ..............................9 7.
 St.
Bonaventure
(CBI) ..........................8 8.
 Massachusetts ....................................7 9. Dayton
(NIT) ........................................7 10. La
Salle ................................................6 11. Saint
Louis............................................6 12. Saint
Joseph's
 ..................................4 13. Charlotte..............................................2 14. Fordham
 ............................................1 *
Tournament
champion Post‐season
tournament
in
(

)

ATLANTIC
10 1 2 3
 6 6 7 8 9 9 10 10 12
 14 15

.938 .875 .813 .625 .625 .563 .500 .438 .438 .375 .375 .250 .125 .063

24 26 29 19 17 20 16 15 22 15 12 11 10 7

OVERALL 8 8 7 13 14 14 15 15 14 18 19 22
 20 21

fAtlantic
10
Honors PLAYER
OF
THE
YEAR Tu
Holloway,
Xavier ROOKIE
OF
THE
YEAR
 T.J.
McConnell,
Duquesne DEFENSIVE
PLAYER
OF
THE
YEAR
 Damien
Saunders,
Duquesne CHRIS
DANIELS
 MOST
IMPROVED
PLAYER
 Scootie
Randall,
Temple SIXTH
MAN
OF
THE
YEAR
 Khalif
Wyatt,
Temple STUDENT‐ATHLETE
OF
THE
YEAR Steve
Weingarten,
La
Salle COACH
OF
THE
YEAR
 Chris
Mack,
Xavier

.750 .765 .806 .594 .548 .588 .516 .500 .611 .455 .387 .333 .333 .250

2010‐11
All‐Conference
Teams FIRST
TEAM Lavoy
Allen,
Temple Kevin
Anderson,
Richmond Justin
Harper,
Richmond Tu
Holloway,
Xavier Andrew
Nicholson,
St.
Bonaventure

ROOKIE
TEAM Tyreek
Duren,
La
Salle Dwayne
Evans,
Saint
Louis Langston
Galloway,
Saint
Joseph’s T.J.
McConnell,
Duquesne Juwan
Staten,
Dayton

SECOND
TEAM Bill
Clark,
Duquesne Delroy
James,
Rhode
Island Ramone
Moore,
Temple Damian
Saunders,
Duquesne Tony
Taylor,
George
Washington

DEFENSIVE
TEAM Lavoy
Allen,
Temple Tu
Holloway,
Xavier Marquis
Jones,
Rhode
Island Damian
Saunders,
Duquesne Kevin
Smith,
Richmond

THIRD
TEAM Juan
Fernandez,
Temple Anthony
Gurley,
Massachusetts Mark
Lyons,
Xavier Jamel
McLean,
Xavier Chris
Wright,
Dayton

ACADEMIC
TEAM Brian
Conklin,
Saint
Louis Paul
Eckerle,
Saint
Louis Juan
Fernandez,
Temple Will
Martell,
Rhode
Island Steve
Weingarten,
La
Salle

HONORABLE
MENTION Kenny
Frease,
Xavier Chris
Gaston,
Fordham Chris
Johnson,
Dayton Scootie
Randall,
Temple

Opening
Round
‐
March
8
‐
Campus
Sites #9
Dayton
78,
@#8
Massachusetts
50 #12
Saint
Joseph’s
71,
@
George
Washington
59
(OT) #10
La
Salle
75,
@St.
Bonaventure
73
(2OT) @#6
Rhode
Island
70,
#11
Saint
Louis
61

Semifinals
‐
March
12
‐
Atlantic
City,
N.J.
 Dayton
64,
Saint
Joseph’s
61 Richmond
58,
Temple
54

NCAA
TOURNAMENT •
Second
&
Third
Round
‐
Tucson,
Ariz.
 Temple
66,
Penn
State
64 San
Diego
State
71,
Temple
64
(2ot) •
Second
&
Third
Round
‐
Denver,
Colo.
 Richmond
69,
Vanderbilt
66 Richmond
65,
Morehead
State
48

2011
Atlantic
10
Men’s
Basketball
Championship

Quarterfinals
‐
March
11
‐
Atlantic
City,
N.J.
 Dayton
68,
#1
Xavier
67 Saint
Joseph’s
93,
#4
Duquesne
90
(OT) #2
Temple
96,
La
Salle
76 #3
Richmond
55,
Rhode
Island
45

2011
Postseason
Play

•
Second
Round
‐
Cleveland,
Ohio Marquette
66,
Xavier
55 •
Regional
Semifinal
‐
San
Antonio,
Texas
 Kansas
77,
Richmond
57 NIT
 College
of
Charleston
66,
Dayton
55 CBI Rhode
Island
76,
Miami
(Ohio)
59 Duquesne
87,
Montana
76 regon
77,
Duquesne
75 UCF
69,
St.
Bonaventure
54 UCF
66,
Rhode
Island
54

Championship
‐
March
13‐
Atlantic
City,
N.J.
 Richmond
67,
Dayton
54

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 67


ATLANTIC 10 REVIEW 2010‐11
Atlantic
10
Individual
Statistics SCORING #
 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Player
(Team) NICHOLSON,Andrew‐SBU HOLLOWAY,
Tu‐XU GURLEY,
Anthony‐UM HARPER,
Justin‐UR JAMES,
Delroy‐URI JONES,
Carl‐SJU ANDERSON,
Kevin‐UR CLARK,
Bill‐DUQ GASTON,
Chris‐FOR MOORE,
Ramone‐TU MURRAY,
Aaric‐LAS TAYLOR,
Tony‐GW BUTLER,
Brenton‐FOR WILLIAMS,
Jerrell‐LAS LYONS,
Mark‐XU

REBOUNDING

#


 Player
(Team) 1. GASTON,
Chris‐FOR 2. ALLEN,
Lavoy‐TU 3. McLEAN,
Jamel‐XU 4. WRIGHT,
Chris‐UD 5. SAUNDERS,
D‐DUQ 6. JAMES,
Delroy‐URI 7. MURRAY,
Aaric‐LAS 8. WILLIAMS,
Jerrell‐LAS 9. NICHOLSON,
A‐SBU 10. FREASE,
Kenny‐XU 11. HARPER,
Justin‐UR 12. BRASWELL,
Chris‐CHA 13. BRISTOL,
Kervin‐FOR 14. EVANS,
Dwayne‐SLU 15. CARTER,
Sean‐UM

G JR JR SR SR SR SO SR SR SO JR SO JR SR SR SO

Cl SO SR SR SR SR SR SO SR JR JR SR SO JR FR JR

Pts 315 32 30 37 34 32 37 32 28 34 32 31 27 33 32

OR 96 88 113 83 85 92 89 114 52 58 62 71 70 62 80

Avg. 20.8 19.7 18.7 17.9 17.5 17.0 16.6 16.3 15.9 15.2 15.2 15.0 14.6 13.8 13.6

DR Total Avg. 220 316 11.3 195 283 8.6 148 261 8.4 218 301 8.4 160 245 7.9 175 267 7.9 156 245 7.7 129 243 7.4 173 225 7.3 168 226 7.1 194 256 6.9 136 207 6.9 121 191 6.8 139 201 6.5 108 188 6.3

FIELD
GOAL
PCT


(Min.
5
made
per
game) #
 Player
(Team) 1. NICHOLSON,Andrew‐SBU 2. FREASE,
Kenny‐XU 3. McLEAN,
Jamel‐XU 4. HARPER,
Justin‐UR 5. CONKLIN,
Brian‐SLU 6. MALESEVIC,
Nikola‐URI 7. HILLIARD,
Idris‐SJU 8. McCONNELL,
T.J.‐DUQ 9. RANDALL,
Scootie‐TU 10. EVANS,
Dwayne‐SLU

G 31 32 31 37 31 34 33 32 27 31

FG 237 158 118 245 101 133 109 132 109 102

FGA 415 288 219 459 192 261 215 265 220 206

G 34 37 31 34 36 37 37 31 32 30

3FG 54 77 75 48 56 71 51 36 39 48

FGA 118 172 172 114 134 174 125 89 97 120

Pct. .571 .549 .539 .534 .526 .510 .507 .498 .495 .495

3‐POINT
FG
PCT

(Min.
1.5
made
per
game) #
 Player
(Team) 1. MALESEVIC,
Nikola‐URI 2. HARPER,
Justin‐UR 3. MIKIC,
Nemanja‐GW 4. WYATT,
Khalif‐TU 5. WILLIAMS,
Paul‐UD 6. ANDERSON,
Kevin‐UR 7. BROTHERS,
Darien‐UR 8. CONGER,Demitrius‐SBU 9. McCONNELL,
T.J.‐DUQ 10. BARNETT,
Javarris‐CHA

Pct. .458 .448 .436 .421 .418 .408 .408 .404 .402 .400

FREE
THROW
PCT


(Min.
2.5
made
per
game) # Player
(Team) G 1. GALLOWAY,
Langston‐SJU 33 2. HOLLOWAY,
Tu‐XU 32 3. BUTLER,
Brenton‐FOR 27 4. JOHNSON,
Chris‐UD 36 5. GREEN,
Derrio‐CHA 30 6. BRISCOE,
Jamar‐CHA 29 7. HARPER,
Justin‐UR 37 8. MOORE,
Ramone‐TU 34 9. DUREN,
Tyreek‐LAS 33 10. WYATT,
Khalif‐TU 34

ASSISTS

#
 Player
(Team) 1. HOLLOWAY,
Tu‐XU 2. STATEN,
Juwan‐UD 3. TAYLOR,
Tony‐GW 4. DUREN,
Tyreek‐LAS 5. McCONNELL,
T.J.‐DUQ 6. ADEGBOYE,Ogo‐SBU 7. FERNANDEZ,
Juan‐TU 8. GREEN,
Derrio‐CHA 9. JONES,
Marquis‐URI 10.

JONES,
Carl‐SJU

Ast 174 190 144 146 140 123 117 114 128 110

Avg. 5.44 5.43 4.65 4.42 4.38 3.97 3.90 3.80 3.76 3.44

Player
(Team) G McCONNELL,
T.J.‐DUQ 32 SAUNDERS,
Damian‐DUQ 31 DUREN,
Tyreek‐LAS 33 GALLOWAY,
Langston‐SJU 33 JAMES,
Delroy‐URI 34 JONES,
Marquis‐URI 34 BRISCOE,
Jamar‐CHA 29 CLARK,
Bill‐DUQ 32 HOLLOWAY,
Tu‐XU 32 ANDERSON,
Kevin‐UR 37

Stl 91 72 62 56 54 53 44 47 46 53

Avg. 2.84 2.32 1.88 1.70 1.59 1.56 1.52 1.47 1.44 1.43

Blk 117 84 73 53 61 59 41 45 51 38

Avg. 3.55 2.71 2.28 1.89 1.85 1.59 1.46 1.45 1.42 1.27

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

FTA 97 270 98 100 118 99 118 151 122 101

G 32 35 31 33 32 31 30 30 34 32

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

FTM 86 235 82 83 95 79 94 120 95 77

Player
(Team) AIKEN,
C.J.‐SJU SAUNDERS,
Damian‐DUQ MURRAY,
Aaric‐LAS BRISTOL,
Kervin‐FOR ALLEN,
Lavoy‐TU GARRETT,
Darrius‐UR GASTON,
Chris‐FOR NICHOLSON,Andrew‐SBU WRIGHT,
Chris‐UD CARTER,
Sean‐UM

SJU
players
in
bold

G 33 31 32 28 33 37 28 31 36 30

Pct. .887 .870 .837 .830 .805 .798 .797 .795 .779 .762

C.J.
Aiken
topped
the
A‐10
in
blocked
shots
and ranked
third
in
the
nation
with
his
3.55
average.

SJU’S
RANKING
IN
THE
TEAM
STATS OVERALL
GAMES

Scoring
Offense Scoring
Defense Scoring
Margin Free
Throw
Pct. Field
Goal
Pct.
 Field
Goal
Pct.
Defense 3‐Pt.
Field
Goal
Pct.
 3‐Pt.
Field
Goal
Defense 3‐Pt.
Field
Goals
Made Rebounding
Offense Rebounding
Defense Rebounding
Margin Blocked
Shots Assists Steals Turnover
Margin Ast./TO
Ratio Offensive
Rebounds Defensive
Rebounds

12th 10th 13th 4th 9th 13th 12th 14th 8th 13th 9th 14th 1st 10th 11th 9th 4th 12th 12th

CONFERENCE
GAMES
ONLY Scoring
Offense Scoring
Defense Scoring
Margin Free
Throw
Pct. Field
Goal
Pct.
 Field
Goal
Pct.
Defense 3‐Pt.
Field
Goal
Pct.
 3‐Pt.
Field
Goal
Defense 3‐Pt.
Field
Goals
Made Rebounding
Offense Rebounding
Defense Rebounding
Margin Blocked
Shots Assists Steals Turnover
Margin Assist/Turnover
Ratio Offensive
Rebounds Defensive
Rebounds

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 68

13th 10th 12th 7th 11th 11th 9th 14th tie‐6th 14th 9th 14th 1st 9th 11th 5th 4th 14th 14th


HISTORY


SJU BY THE NUMBERS

1

The
national
ranking
Saint
Joseph’s
earned
in both
 the
 Associated
 Press
 and
 ESPN/USA
 Today polls
of
March
8,
2004.
It
marked
the
first
time
ever that
the
Hawks
were
the
nation’s
top‐ranked
team during
 the
 regular
 season.
 Another
 number‐one spot
 in
 SJU
history
 came
 when
 Sports
 Illustrated gave
the
Hawks
the
top
preseason
ranking
prior
to the
1965‐66
season.


2

Consecutive
 seasons
 Jameer
 Nelson led
 the Atlantic
10
Conference
in
assists
per
game.

Nelson, who
led
the
league
in
assists
in
each
of
his
first
two seasons
 on
 Hawk
 Hill
 (2000‐01,
 2001‐02),
 is
 the only
player
in
conference
history
to
lead
the
A‐10 in
assists
in
consecutive
seasons.

3

Three‐point
field
goals,
which
the
Hawks
have specialized
in.
SJU
had
a
streak
of
495
consecutive games
in
which
it
hit
at
least
one
3‐point
field
goal, which
 spanned
 from
 1993‐94
 to
 2008‐09.
 Pat Carroll finished
 his
 career
 as
 the
 Hawks’
 all‐time leader
 and
 the
 A‐10
 leader
 in
 career
 3‐point
 per‐ centage
(.445)

4

The
number
Jeffery
Clark,
the
point
guard
on the
 1980‐81
 team,
 would
 raise
 above
 his
 head
 to signal
 the
 team’s
 famed
 "four‐to‐score"
 offense. The
offense
worked
to
perfection
in
SJU’s
stunning 49‐48
 upset
 of
 #1
 DePaul
 in
 the
 1981
 NCAA Tournament.

5

Consecutive
 Atlantic
 10
 regular
 season
 titles won
 by
 the
 Hawks
 (from
 1999‐00
 to
 2004‐05)
 to share
 the
 conference
 record
 with
 the Massachusetts’
teams
of
the
mid‐1990’s.


6

Number
of
players
referred
to
as
the
"Mighty Mites",
 which
 helped
 put
 Saint
 Joseph’s
 on
 the national
basketball
map
in
the
1930’s.

The
"Mites" 
–
Jim
Smale,
Matt
Guokas,
Sr.,
John
Kenney, John McMenamin,
 Dan
 Kenney and
 Joe
 Oakes

 –
 com‐ piled
a
54‐17
overall
mark
from
1934‐38.

7

Number
 of
 Saint
 Joseph’s
 alumni
 that
 have been
 head
 coaches
 in
 the
 NBA.
 Only
 Indiana
 has had
more
graduates
(11)
coach
in
the
league.



8

Number
of
Hawks
to
foul
out
of
a
January
10, 1976,
double
overtime
loss
at
Xavier.

SJU
finished the
game
with
two
eligible
players
as
the
NCAA,
at the
time,
had
a
10‐man
limit
on
travel
parties.

That restriction
 was
 soon
 lifted
 following
 the
 contest. The
eight
disqualifications
is
still
an
NCAA
Division I
basketball
record.

10

Number
of
times
legendary
coach
Dr.
Jack Ramsay
 guided
 his
 teams
 to
 postseason
 appear‐ ances
in
his
11
years.
Ramsay,
who
compiled
a
234‐ 72
record
over
his
tenure
at
SJU
(1955‐56
through 1965‐66),
 led
 the
 Hawks
 to
 the
 NIT
 Final
 Four
 in 1956
and
the
NCAA
Final
Four
in
1961.

11

Number
 of
 Middle
 Atlantic
 Conference Championships
that
Saint
Joseph’s
won
from
1959 through
1974.
SJU
competed
in
that
league,
which also
included
current
Atlantic
10
Conference
mem‐ bers
 La
 Salle
 and
 Temple,
 from
 1957‐58
 through 1973‐74
before
joining
the
now‐defunct
East
Coast Conference.
The
Hawks
joined
the
A‐10,
their
cur‐ rent
league,
in
1982.

14

Uniform
number
worn
by
Jameer
Nelson, which
 was
 retired
 after
 the
 2003‐04
 season. Nelson
 was
 the
 consensus
 National
 Player
 of
 the Year,
 and
 the
 school’s
 first‐ever
 Wooden
 Award winner,
 while
 leading
 the
 Hawks
 to
 the
 magical perfect
 regular
 season
 and
 a
 berth
 in
 the
 NCAA Elite
Eight.


17

Record
 for
 postseason
 coaching
 victories, NCAA
 and
 NIT
 combined,
 currently
 held
 by
 Phil Martelli.


19

Number
of
field
goals
made
in
a
game
by George
 Senesky against
 Rutgers‐Newark
 on February
 3,
 1943.
 Senesky
 received
 the
 Helms Foundation
Award
given
to
the
National
Player
of the
 Year
 and
 is
 the
 only
 Hawk
 player
 to
 lead
 the nation
in
scoring
(23.4
ppg)
in
a
season.


20

Jack
Ramsay
(here
with
Joe
Spratt)
led
his
Hawk teams
 to
 10
 postseason
 appearances
 in
 11 years,
with
a
Final
Four
berth
in
1961.

Individual
season
scoring
average,
a
mark rarely
 eclipsed
 by
 the
 normally
 balanced
 SJU offense
 over
 the
 years.
 
 Before
 Marvin
 O’Connor averaged
22.1
points
per
game
during
the
2000‐01 season,
the
last
Hawks
to
accomplish
the
feat
were Pat
McFarland
and
Mike
Bantom,
who
both
aver‐ aged
 20.3
 points
 per
 game
 during
 1972‐73. McFarland
 edged
 Bantom
 by
 one
 point
 for
 the scoring
title
that
year,
the
closest
race
in
SJU
histo‐ ry.
Jameer
Nelson
then
achieved
the
feat
in
2003‐ 04
with
his
20.6
mark.

Jack
 McKinney
 is
 one
 of
 seven
 Saint
 Joseph’s alumni
 to
 have
 worked
 as
 head
 coaches
 in
 the NBA.


27

Number
of
consecutive
wins
for
the
2003‐ 04
 team
 which
 became
 the
 first
 team
 to
 go through
 the
 regular
 season
 without
 a
 loss
 since UNLV
in
1990‐91.
The
streak
stands
as
the
longest in
SJU
history.


30

School
 record
 for
 wins
 achieved
 by
 the 2003‐04
team,
which
finished
with
just
two
losses en
route
to
a
final
national
ranking
of
fifth.


33

Points
scored
by
Delonte
West in
his
“per‐ fect
 game”
 on
 January
 17,
 2004
 at
 Xavier.
 West made
12‐of‐12
field
goals,
went
3‐for‐3
from
three‐ point
range,
and
6‐for‐6
from
the
foul
line.


34

SJU
record
for
rebounds
in
a
game
set
by John
Doogan
against
West
Chester
on
February
18, 1953.

36

Number
 of
 games
 played
 by
 the
 2004‐05 squad,
which
is
a
school
record.
The
Hawks
played six
games
in
the
NIT
as
they
reached
the
final.


40

Record
 for
 points
 scored
 at
 Alumni Memorial
Fieldhouse
set
by
Ed
Garrity
in
a
111‐92 win
over
Rhode
Island
on
February
4,
1953.


47

School
 record
 for
 points
 set
 by
 Jack
 Egan against
 Gettysburg
 on
 January
 21,
 1961
 and
 later tied
by
Tony
Costner against
Alaska‐Anchorage
on December
30,
1983.

50

The
golden
anniversaries
of
both
the
Hawk mascot
and
the
Philadelphia
Big
5
were
celebrated in
2005‐06.
The
Hawk
made
its
debut
on
the
court on
January
4,
1956
(a
69‐56
win
over
La
Salle
at
The Palestra).
The
Big
5,
which
marked
its
50th
anniver‐ sary
in
2005‐06,
is
one
of
the
most
unique
arrange‐

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 70


SJU BY THE NUMBERS

128

Most
points
scored
by
an
SJU
team.

The Hawks
defeated
Nevada,
128‐66,
at
The
Palestra
on December
15,
1971.

135 144

Record
for
games
played
in
a
career,
set by
Rob
Ferguson from
2003‐08.
 Number
 of
 coaching
 wins
 by
 Jack McKinney (1966‐67
thru
1973‐74),
who
later
went on
to
coach
in
the
NBA,
winning
Coach
of
the
Year honors
with
the
Indiana
Pacers.

247

Combined
 point
 total
 in
 Hawks’
 127‐ 120
win
in
four
overtime
periods
over
Utah
in
the national
third
place
game
at
the
1961
NCAA
Final Four.
It
still
stands
as
a
school
record
for
overtimes played
by
an
SJU
team
and
combined
point
total
by two
teams
in
a
game.

300 309

Number
 of
 career
 wins
 for
 current head
coach
Phil
Martelli in
16
seasons
thus
far.

Jack
 Egan
 set
 the
 record
 for
 most
 points
 in
 a game
(47)
and
still
shares
that
mark
with
Tony Costner. ments
 in
 the
 nation
 and
 is
 known
 for
 the
 intense city
rivalries.
Saint
Joseph’s
played
rival
Villanova
in the
 first‐ever
 Big
 5
 game
 on
 December
 14,
 1955, with
the
Hawks
scoring
an
83‐70
win.


57.5

Number
 of
 seconds
 it
 took
 Marvin O’Connor
 to
 score
 18
 points
 in
 the
 Hawks’
 91‐90 loss
 to
 La
 Salle
 on
 March
 3,
 2001.
 The
 guard
 fin‐ ished
 the
 game
 with
 a
 career‐high
 37
 points. O’Connor
would
also
go
on
to
score
37
points
later that
 year
 in
 the
 heartbreaking
 90‐87
 loss
 to Stanford
in
the
NCAA
Second
Round.


Number
of
wins
recorded
by
SJU
coach Bill
 Ferguson from
 1928‐29
 through
 1952‐53. Ferguson’s
 win
 total
 and
 length
 of
 service
 (25 years)
are
SJU
basketball
records.

411

Number
 of
 men’s
 basketball
 games played
 at
 Alumni
 Memorial
 Fieldhouse.
 The
 final game
was
a
71‐66
upset
of
#8
Xavier
on
March
6, 2008.


419

Career
 blocks
 record
 established
 by Rodney
Blake from
1984‐88.
When
he
finished
his career,
 Blake
 was
 the
 NCAA’s
 all‐time
 leader
 in career
blocks.
That
record
has
since
been
broken.

Delonte
 West
 had
 the
 “perfect
 game”
 at
 Xavier on
Jan.
17,
2004,
making
all
of
his
shots
‐
12‐for‐ 12
 from
 the
 field,
 3‐for‐3
 from
 beyond
 the
 arc and
6‐for‐6
from
the
free
throw
line.


1,504

Number
 of
 wins
 by
 Hawk
 teams over
the
102
seasons
of
intercollegiate
basketball. The
 1,500th
 win
 was
 recorded
 on
 Feb.
 13,
 2012 when
SJU
defeated
Fordham,
76‐70.

2,094

SJU
record
for
points
scored
in
a career,
established
by
Jameer
Nelson from
2000
to 2004.


3,200

59

Previous
 capacity
 at
 Alumni Memorial
 Fieldhouse,
 which
 had
 more
 than
 125 sellouts
over
the
past
12
seasons.


Number
 of
 seasons
 at
 Alumni
 Memorial Fieldhouse.
 The
 Hawks
 returned
 to
 campus
 in 2009‐10
to
the
expanded
and
renovated
Michael
J. Hagan
‘85
Arena.


3,500

79.9 98

Average
 number
 of
 times
 the Hawk
flaps
its
wings
during
a
regulation
basketball game
as
estimated
by
ESPN’s
“flap‐o‐meter.”

Free
throw
percentage
for
the
2005‐ 06
Hawks,
which
was
the
best
in
the
nation.


4,200

Capacity
 at
 the
 Michael
 J.
 Hagan ‘85
 Arena,
 which
 was
 dedicated
 on
 October
 17, 2009,
 with
 the
 first
 game
 being
 a
 77‐67
 overtime win
over
Drexel
on
November
13,
2009.


Victories
compiled
by
the
winningest
four‐ year
class
in
Saint
Joseph’s
history
–
Tyrone
Barley and
Jameer
Nelson.

100 117

The
 Centennial
 of
 Saint
 Joseph’s
 bas‐ ketball
was
celebrated
in
the
2009‐10
season.


Number
of
blocked
shots
posted
by
C.J. Aiken
 in
 2010‐11,
 which
 set
 the
 SJU
freshman record.
 It
 also
 gave
 Aiken
 a
 3.55
 average,
 which ranked
third
in
the
nation.

120

Dollars

–
the
cost
of
the
first
Hawk
cos‐ tume
purchased
by
Jim
Brennan
prior
to
the
1955‐ 56
 season.
 The
 most
 decorated
 mascot
 in
 the nation,
the
Hawk
has
“flown”
at
every
game
since debuting
at
The
Palestra
against
La
Salle
on
January 4,
1956.

Ed
Garrity
set
the
Fieldhouse
record
for
points
in a
game
with
40
against
Rhode
Island
on
February 4,
1953.
The
record
has
lasted
for
over
50
years.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 71


COACHES The
history
of
Saint
Joseph’s
head
coaches
from
1930
through
the
present.

JACK
RAMSAY 1955‐66

Hawk
Head
Coaches COACH
(alma
Mater)

YRS.

John
Dever
(Saint
Joseph’s
‘10)
 Edward
Bennis
(Penn
‘06) John
Donahue
(Saint
Joseph’s
‘08) John
Lavin
(Saint
Joseph’s
‘15) Tom
Temple
(Saint
Joseph’s
‘21) Bill
Ferguson
(Penn
‘20) John
McMenamin
(Saint
Joseph’s
‘38)
 Jack
Ramsay
(Saint
Joseph’s
‘49) Jack
McKinney
(Saint
Joseph’s
‘57)
 Harry
Booth
(Saint
Joseph’s
‘62) Jim
Lynam
(Saint
Joseph’s
‘63) Jim
Boyle
(Saint
Joseph’s
‘64) John
Griffin
(Saint
Joseph’s
‘78) Phil
Martelli
(Widener
‘76)

1 1 8 7 2 25 2 11 8 4 3 9 5 16

SEASON(S)

W

1909‐10 1910‐11 1911‐12
thru
1918‐19 1919‐20
thru
1925‐26 1926‐27
thru
1927‐28 1928‐29
thru
1952‐53 1953‐54
thru
1954‐55 1955‐56
thru
1965‐66 1966‐67
thru
1973‐74 1974‐75
thru
1977‐78 1978‐79
thru
1980‐81 1981‐82
thru
1989‐90 1990‐91
thru
1994‐95 1995‐96
thru
present

L
 PCT.

10 6
 .625 6 6 .500 78 52 .600 50 62 .446 12 22 .353 309 208 .598 26 23 .531 234 72 .765 144 77 .651 44 61 .419 65 28 .699 151 114 .570 75 69 .524 300 209 .589

BILL
FERGUSON 1928‐53 Longest‐tenured
 basketball
 coach
 in
 SJU
 history, compiling
a
309‐208
record
in
25
seasons…Holds
SJU record
 for
 wins...Coached
 the
 legendary
 “Mighty Mites”
 squad
 which
 compiled
 a
 54‐17
 (.761)
 mark from
1934‐38…Mentored
future
coaching
standouts such
as
Jack
Kraft,
Jack
Ramsay,
and
George
Senesky, who
was
also
an
All‐American
in
1942‐43…His
team’s
record
in
the
decade of
 the
 1940’s
 was
 132‐78…1952
 team
 was
 the
 first
 SJU
 squad
 to
 enter
 a postseason
 tournament,
 the
 National
 Catholic
 Invitational,
 and
 was
 the first
 team
 to
 win
 20
 games
 in
 a
 season...Inducted
 into
 the
 SJU
Basketball Hall
of
Fame
in
1973
and
the
Athletics
Hall
of
Fame
in
2000.
 Bill
Ferguson
Year‐by‐Year Season 1928‐29 1929‐30 1930‐31 1931‐32 1932‐33 1933‐34 1934‐35 1935‐36

Record 8‐10 12‐9 16‐5 8‐10 7‐9 6‐11 12‐3 14‐5

Season 1936‐37 1937‐38 1938‐39 1939‐40 1940‐41 1941‐42 1942‐43 1943‐44 1944‐45

Record 15‐4 13‐5 9‐12 10‐5 12‐6 12‐6 18‐4 18‐7 12‐11

Season 1945‐46 1946‐47 1947‐48 1948‐49 1949‐50 1950‐51 1951‐52 1952‐53 Total

Record 9‐11 16‐6 13‐11 12‐11 10‐15 13‐14 20‐7
(NCI) 14‐11 309‐208
(25
years)

Considered
one
of
the
finest
teachers
of
the
game... Amassed
a
234‐72
record
(.765)
in
11
years,
owning the
 school
 record
 for
 winning
 percentage
 and
 now the
third
most
wins
in
SJU
history...Led
the
Hawks
to five
consecutive
NCAA
berths
and
nine
straight
post‐ season
 bids,
 which
 are
 both
 the
 most
 by
 a
 Hawk coach...Overall,
 missed
 the
 postseason
 only Jack
Ramsay
Year‐by‐Year once
 in
 11
 years...His
 1961
 team
 made
 the Season Record only
 Final
 Four
 appearance
 in
 school
 histo‐ 1955‐56 23‐6
(NIT) ry...The
 1965‐66
 Hawks
 were
 chosen
 as
 the 1956‐57 17‐7 nation’s
 preseason
 #1
 team
 by
 Sports 1957‐58 18‐9
(NIT) Illustrated...Went
 on
 to
 a
 successful
 NBA 1958‐59 22‐5
(NCAA) career,
 winning
 864
 games
 in
 21
 seasons, 1959‐60 20‐7
(NCAA) while
 leading
 Portland
 to
 the
 1976‐77
 NBA 1960‐61 25‐5
(NCAA) title...Inducted
 into
 the
 Naismith
 Memorial 1961‐62 18‐10
(NCAA) Basketball
 Hall
 of
 Fame
 in
 1992...Member
 of 1962‐63 23‐5
(NCAA) the
 Big
 5
 Hall
 of
 Fame
 (1983),
 the
 SJU 1963‐64 18‐10
(NIT) Athletics
 Hall
 of
 Fame
 (1999)
 and
 the
 SJU 1964‐65 26‐3
(NCAA) Basketball
 Hall
 of
 Fame
 (1974)...Graduated 1965‐66 24‐5
(NCAA) Total 234‐72
(11
years) from
Saint
Joseph’s
in
1949.




JACK
McKINNEY 1966‐74 Oversaw
 some
 of
 the
 Hawks’
 best
 teams,
 
 reaching the
 NCAA
 Tournament
 five
 times
 in
 his
 eight
 sea‐ sons...Compiled
 a
 record
 of
 144‐77
 (.651)…Named the
 1973‐74
 Eastern
 Coach
 of
 the
 Year…Mentored Hawk
 greats
 such
 as
 All‐Americans
 Cliff
 Anderson and
 Mike
 Bantom…Swept
 the
 MAC
 regular
 season three
times…Coached
in
the
NBA
for
five
sea‐ Jack
McKinney
 sons
with
Indiana
and
the
L.A.
Lakers,
posting Year‐by‐Year 135
 wins...Helped
 the
 Lakers
 to
 their
 1980 Season Record NBA
title…Earned
NBA
Coach
of
the
Year
hon‐ 1966‐67 16‐10 ors
 with
 Indiana
 in
 1981…Inducted
 into
 the 1967‐68 17‐9 SJU
 Athletics
 Hall
 of
 Fame
 (2004),
 the
 SJU 1968‐69 17‐11
(NCAA) Basketball
 Hall
 of
 Fame
 (1980)
 and
 the
 Big
 5 1969‐70 15‐12 Hall
of
Fame
(1992)...A
1957
graduate
of
Saint 1970‐71 19‐9
(NCAA) Joseph’s,
he
played
for
Jack
Ramsay.
 1971‐72 19‐9
(NIT) 1972‐73 1973‐74 Total

22‐6
(NCAA) 19‐11
(NCAA) 144‐77
(8
years)

JOHN
McMENAMIN 1953‐55 Took
 over
 the
 reins
 of
 Hawk
 head
 coach
 from
 his mentor
Bill
Ferguson...Was
at
the
helm
for
two
sea‐ sons
 and
 then
 followed
 by
 Jack
 Ramsay...Coached standouts
 such
 as
 Kurt
 Engelbert
 and
 Mike
 Fallon... Was
 one
 of
 the
 “Mighty
 Mites”
 coached
 by Ferguson...Inducted
into
the
SJU
Basketball
Hall of
 Fame
 in
 1975
 and
 into
 the
 Athletics
 Hall
 of John
McMenamin
 Fame
in
2000. Year‐by‐Year Season 1953‐54 1954‐55 Total

Record 14‐9 12‐14 26‐23
(2
years)

Six
of
the
last
seven
SJU
coaches,
pictured
in
1995
‐
(from
left)
John
Griffin, the
 late
 Jim
 Boyle,
 Jack
 Ramsay,
 Phil
 Martelli,
 Jack
 McKinney
 and
 Jim Lynam.
All
together,
they
have
led
the
Hawks
to
a
combined
total
of
969
vic‐ tories
and
19
NCAA
Tournament
appearances.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 72


COACHES HARRY
BOOTH 1974‐78 Owned
the
unique
distinction
of
being
a
team
captain and
 head
 coach
 in
 both
 baseball
 and
 basket‐ ball...Before
 being
 named
 head
 coach
 in
 1974,
 spent eight
 years
 on
 the
 staff,
 with
 three
 as
 freshman coach...Teammate
of
Jim
Lynam’s
while
playing
under Jack
 Ramsay...
 Coached
 Hawk
 standouts
 such
 as
 Boo Harry
Booth
Year‐by‐Year Williams
 and
 Norman
 Black,
 as
 well
 as
 future head
 coach
 John
 Griffin...Won
 140
 games
 as Season Record Hawk
 baseball
 coach...Inducted
 into
 the
 SJU 1974‐75 8‐17 Athletics
Hall
of
Fame
in
2006. 1975‐76 10‐16 1976‐77 1977‐78 Total

13‐13 13‐15 44‐61
(4
years)

JIM
LYNAM 1978‐81 In
just
three
seasons
as
head
coach,
led
the
Hawks
to the
 postseason
 every
 year...Included
 in
 that
 span was
 the
 memorable
 upset
 of
 top‐ranked
DePaul
 in the
1981
NCAA
Second
Round
and
the
advancement to
the
Elite
Eight...Implemented
the
“Four
to
Score” offensive
 scheme...Compiled
 a
 65‐28
 (.698)
 mark
 in his
 three
 seasons...Team
 swept
 the
 1979‐80 Jim
Lynam
Year‐by‐Year City
 Series,
 one
 of
 his
 two
 Big
 5
 titles…Went Season Record 28‐5
in
ECC
play…Member
of
the
Big
5
Hall
of 1978‐79 19‐11
(NIT) Fame
 (1975),
 the
 SJU
Athletics
 Hall
 of
 Fame 1979‐80 21‐9
(NIT) (2003)
 and
 the
 SJU
 Basketball
 Hall
 of
 Fame 1980‐81 25‐8
(NCAA) (1975)...1963
Saint
Joseph’s
graduate.
 Total 65‐28
(3
years)

Coaches
by
Winning
Pct.


COACH YRS 1. Jack
Ramsay
 11 2. Jim
Lynam
 3 3. Jack
McKinney
 8 4. John
Dever

 1 5. John
Donahue
 8 6. Bill
Ferguson
 25 7. Phil
Martelli
 16 8. Jim
Boyle
 9 9. John
McMenamin
 2 10. John
Griffin
 5 11. Edward
Bennis
 1 12. John
Lavin
 7 13. Harry
Booth
 4 14. Tom
Temple
 2

W L
 PCT.
 234 72 .765 65 28 .699 144 77 .652 10 6
 .625 78 52 .600 309 208 .598 300 209 .589 151 114 .570 26 23 .531 75 69 .521 6 6 .500 50 62 .446 44 61 .419 12 22 .353

Coaches
by
Victories


COACH YRS 1. Bill
Ferguson
 25 2. Phil
Martelli
 16 3. Jack
Ramsay
 11 4. Jim
Boyle
 9 5. Jack
McKinney
 8 6. John
Donahue
 8 7. John
Griffin
 5 8. Jim
Lynam
 3 9. John
Lavin
 7 10. Harry
Booth
 4 11. John
McMenamin
2 12. Tom
Temple
 2 13. John
Dever

 1 14. Edward
Bennis
 1

W L
 309 208 300 209 234 72 151 114 144 77 78 52 75 69 65 28 50 62 44 61 26 23 12 22 10 6
 6 6

JIM
BOYLE 1981‐90 Started
 coaching
 career
 on
 Hawk
 Hill
 by
 reeling
 off four
 postseason
 appearances
 in
 five
 years…Only Hawk
 coach
 to
 reach
 the
 NCAA
 Tournament
 in
 his first
 season…Posted
 a
 151‐114
 (.569)
 record
 includ‐ ing
 three
 20‐win
 seasons…Earned
 both
 Atlantic
 10 and
 Big
 5
 Coach
 of
 the
 Year
 honors
 in
 1985‐ Jim
Boyle
Year‐by‐Year 86…Won
two
Big
5
crowns…Won
the
1982
ECC Tournament
 and
 the
 1986
 Atlantic
 10 Season Record Conference
 Tournament
 titles…Led
 the
 1983‐ 1981‐82 25‐5
(NCAA) 84
 upset
 of
 second‐ranked
 DePaul…Coached 1982‐83 15‐13 1983‐84 20‐9
(NIT) eight
 NBA
 draft
 picks,
 including
 first‐round 1984‐85 19‐12
(NIT) choice
 Maurice
 Martin…Reached
 100
 wins
 in 1985‐86 26‐6
(NCAA) only
 his
 fifth
 season,
 one
 of
 only
 two
 SJU 1986‐87 16‐13
 coaches
 to
 do
 so…Was
 an
 assistant
 coach
 for 1987‐88 15‐14 the
NBA’s
Denver
Nuggets…Member
of
the
Big 1988‐89 8‐21 5
Hall
of
Fame
(1997)
and
SJU’s
Basketball
Hall 1989‐90 7‐21 of
Fame
(1981)...1964
graduate
of
the
univer‐ Total 151‐114
(9
years) sity
who
played
for
Jack
Ramsay.



JOHN
GRIFFIN 1990‐95 Revived
SJU
basketball
in
a
five‐year
stint
that
includ‐ ed
 two
 postseason
 appearances
 and
 a
 75‐69
 (.521) record...Guided
the
Hawks
to
two
berths
in
the
NIT... Served
 as
 a
 Hawk
 assistant
 for
 two
 years
 under
 Jim Lynam
 and
 Jim
 Boyle...Went
 on
 to
 coach
 Siena College
 for
 four
 seasons,
 compiling
 a
 70‐44 John
Griffin
Year‐by‐Year record...Returned
to
SJU
in
1987
as
a
part‐time assistant
 for
 a
 year
 and
 then
 became
 the Season Record 1990‐91 13‐17 school’s
 13th
 head
 coach
 in
 1990...Coached 1991‐92 13‐15 such
SJU
greats
as
Craig
Amos,
Rap
Curry,
and 1992‐93 18‐11
(NIT) Bernard
Blunt…1978
SJU
graduate
who
played 1993‐94 14‐14 under
Harry
Booth. 1994‐95 Total

17‐12
(NIT) 75‐69
(5
years)

PHIL
MARTELLI 1995‐present

Enters
2011‐12
needing
10
wins
to
become
SJU’s
all‐ time
 leader
 in
 career
 victories...Has
 guided
 the Hawks
to
nine
postseason
berths...Only
SJU
coach
to earn
National
Coach
of
the
Year
honors
as
he
led
the Hawks
 to
 a
 30‐2
 record
 in
 2003‐04,
 which Phil
Martelli
Year‐by‐Year included
 an
 unbeaten
 regular
 season
 (27‐0), the
 number‐one
 national
 ranking
 and
 a
 berth Season Record in
the
Elite
Eight...Four‐time
Atlantic
10
Coach 1995‐96 19‐13
(NIT) of
 the
 Year...Led
 SJU
 to
 the
 1997
 A‐10 1996‐97 26‐7
(NCAA) Tournament
 title....Owns
 the
 best
 posteason 1997‐98 11‐17 1998‐99 12‐18 record
 of
 any
 SJU
 coach
 with
 a
 17‐9 1999‐00 13‐16 mark...Coached
the
2004
Wooden
Award
win‐ 2000‐01 26‐7
(NCAA) ner
and
consensus
National
Player
of
the
Year 2001‐02 19‐12
(NIT) Jameer
Nelson...Has
three
former
players
who 2002‐03 23‐7
(NCAA) were
 NBA
 Draft
 picks
 ‐
 Nelson,
 Delonte
 West 2003‐04 30‐2
(NCAA) and
Ahmad
Nivins.



 2004‐05 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 2008‐09 2009‐10 2010‐11 Total

24‐12
(NIT) 19‐14
(NIT) 18‐14 21‐13
(NCAA) 17‐15 11‐20 11‐22 300‐209
(16
years)

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 73


RETIRED NUMBERS There
are
currently
four
honored
numbers
in
Saint
Joseph’s
history,
with
a
total
of
seven
players
sharing
the
honor,
as
the
number
four was
worn
by
four
standouts,
spanning
the
decades
of
the
1940’s,
1950’s
and
the
1960’s.


4

GEORGE
SENESKY
 1939‐43 Helms
 Foundation
 National
 Player
 of
 the
 Year
 in 1943…All‐America
 selection
 in
 1942‐43…The
 6‐3
 for‐ ward
 from
 Mahanoy
 City,
 Pa.,
 was
 the
 only
 Saint Joseph’s
player
to
lead
the
nation
in
scoring,
averag‐ ing
23.4
points
per
game
as
a
senior
in
1942‐43…His 515
points
that
year
set
a
new
school
mark…Scored 44
 points
 vs.
 Rutgers‐Newark
 (2/3/44),
 to
 set
 a school
record
which
has
since
been
broken.
Had
19 field
 goals
 in
 that
 game,
 which
 still
 stands
 as
 the school
record...Played
for
the
Philadelphia
Warriors of
 the
 NBA,
 and
 later
 coached
 the
 franchise
 to
 the 1956
 NBA
 Championship...Member
 of
 SJU’s Athletics
Hall
of
Fame
(1999)
and
Basketball
Hall
of Fame
(1973).


4

George
Senesky’s
Career
Statistics Season 1939‐40 1940‐41 1941‐42 1942‐43 Totals

GP 14 17 17 22 70

FG 54 52 89 211 406

PTS‐AVG 114‐8.1 123‐7.4 217‐12.8 515‐23.4 969‐12.9

1960‐63

Three‐year
 starting
 point
 guard…Helped
 guide
 Hawks to
 three
 straight
 NCAA
 Tournament
 appearances, including
 the
 1961
 Final
 Four…A
 5‐8
 guard
 from Havertown,
 Pa.,
 who
 was
 named
 Big
 5
 Co‐MVP
 as
 a senior
in
1963…Earned
All‐Regional
honors
at
both
the 1961
and
1963
NCAA
Tournaments…Tallied
career‐high 31
 points
 against
 Utah
 in
 1961
 Final
 Four,
 earning
 a spot
 on
 the
 All‐Finals
 Second
 Team…His
 390
 career assists
ranks
ninth
on
the
SJU
all‐time
list…Also
tallied 1,012
points
in
83
games…Served
as
head
coach
at
SJU from
1978
to
1981,
compiling
a
three‐year
mark
of
65‐ 28…Led
team
to
two
NIT
berths
and
a
spot
in
the
1981 NCAA
Elite
Eight…Was
a
head
coach
for
nine
seasons
in the
 NBA,
 
 winning
 328
 games
 with
 stints
 at
 the
 L.A. Clippers,
Philadelphia
and
Washington...Also
served
as an
NBA
assistant
coach
for
a
number
of
years...Member of
the
Big
5
Hall
of
Fame
(1975),
SJU
Athletics
Hall
of
Fame
(2003)
and
the
SJU Basketball
Hall
of
Fame
(1975).

Lynam’s
Career
Statistics Season 1960‐61 1961‐62 1962‐63 Totals

GP 30 27 26 83

FG‐FGA



 110‐260 98‐228 139‐281 347‐
769

1947‐50

After
 his
 final
 year,
 held
 the
 all‐time
 scoring
 record with
 1,471
 points
 over
 the
 course
 of
 72
 games,
 a marks
which
has
since
been
broken...Currently
ranks 18th
on
all‐time
list…His
20.7
scoring
average
is
the highest
 career
 scoring
 average
 for
 any
 SJU
 play‐ er…Ranks
 12th
 on
 the
 single‐season
 scoring
 list
 with 570
 points
 totalled
 during
 his
 senior
 season...Led
 the Hawks
in
scoring
for
three
straight
years,
averaging
a high
 of
 22.8
 points
 as
 a
 senior…Native
 of
 Mahanoy City,
 Pa.,
 was
 a
 fourth‐round
 draft
 choice
 of
 the Philadelphia
 Warriors...SJU
 Basketball
 Hall
 of
 Fame inductee
in
1976.


Paul
Senesky’s
Career
Statistics

FT‐A 6‐19 19‐33 39‐54 93‐124 157‐230

JIM
LYNAM

4

PAUL
SENESKY

Season 1947‐48 1948‐49 1949‐50 Totals

4

GP 23 23 25 71

FG 170 192 228 590

FT 79 98 114 291

PTS‐AVG 419‐18.2 482‐21.0 570‐22.8 1471‐20.7

BILLY
OAKES 1963‐66

Tallied
 1,129
 points
 as
 a
 three‐year
 starting
 point guard…Ranks
 33rd
 on
 the
 Hawks’
 all‐time
 scoring list...Averaged
double‐figure
points
in
all
three
seasons with
high
average
of
16.0
ppg
as
a
junior…Helped
lead 1964‐65
team
to
a
26‐3
record
and
a
No.
3
final
rank‐ ing
 by
 the
 Associated
 Press…As
 a
 senior,
 he
 directed the
Hawks
to
a
24‐5
mark,
a
No.
5
final
ranking,
and
the highest
team
scoring
average
(91.1
ppg)
in
school
his‐ tory…Longtime
 NBA
 official...Member
 of
 the
 Saint Joseph’s
Basketball
Hall
of
Fame
(1978).

Oakes’
Career
Statistics FT‐FTA 118‐143 111‐140 89‐131 318‐
414

REB‐
AVG 71‐
2.3 49‐
1.8 95‐
3.7 215‐
2.6

PTS‐AVG 338‐11.2 307‐11.4 367‐14.1 1012‐12.2

Season 1963‐64 1964‐65 1965‐66 Totals

GP 27 28 29 84

FG‐FGA



 121‐319 187‐453 164‐435 472‐1207

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 74

FT‐FTA 47‐75 74‐97 64‐90 185‐262

REB‐
AVG 101‐
3.7 87‐
3.1 91‐
3.1 279‐
3.3

PTS‐
AVG 289‐10.7 448‐16.0 392‐13.5 1129‐13.4


RETIRED NUMBERS CLIFF
ANDERSON

30

1964‐67

MIKE
BANTOM

44

1970‐73

Earned
 All‐America
 honors
 as
 a
 senior
 in
 1966‐67… Still
 holds
 SJU
 season
 records
 for
 scoring
 average (26.5),
rebounds
(450),
rebound
average
(15.5),
field goals
 attempted
 (605),
 free
 throws
 made
 (204)
 and attempted
 (279)
 and
 career
 marks
 for
 rebounds (1,228)
and
rebound
average
(14.6)…The
6‐4
forward from
 Philadelphia
 broke
 the
 career
 scoring
 mark
 in his
senior
year,
but
now
ranks
fifth
(1,728)…Also
set single
 season
 record
 for
 points
 in
 a
 season
 (690), which
was
eventually
broken
by
Marvin
O’Connor
in 2001…
Grabbed
32
rebounds
in
a
win
over
La
Salle
at The
Palestra,
the
second‐best
effort
in
school
histo‐ ry...Led
SJU
in
scoring
and
rebounding
all
three
sea‐ sons,
 helping
 team
 to
 No.
 3
 final
 Associated
 Press ranking
 in
 1964‐65
 and
 No.
 5
 ranking
 in
 1965‐ 66…Went
 on
 to
 both
 the
 NBA
 and
 ABA,
 playing
 with
 the
 L.A.
 Lakers
 (‘67‐ ’69),
 Denver
 (‘69‐’70),
 and
 both
 Cleveland
 and
 Philadelphia
 during
 1970‐ 71...Member
of
the
SJU
Athletics
Hall
of
Fame
(1999),
SJU’s
Basketball
Hall of
Fame
(1973)
and
the
Big
5
Hall
of
Fame
(1973).


All‐American
 in
 1973...Averaged
 20.0
 ppg
 and
 13.7 rpg
 in
 his
 career...6‐9
 center
 who
 is
 second
 all‐time leading
 rebounder
 with
 1,151
 boards...Posted career‐best
averages
of
21.8
ppg
and
14.8
rpg
his
jun‐ ior
 season...Two‐time
 All‐Big
 5
 and
 three‐time
 All‐ MAC
 selection...Helped
 Hawks
 to
 three
 NCAA Tournament
 berths...Ranks
 ninth
 on
 all‐time
 scoring list
with
1,684
points...Only
SJU
player
to
play
on
the U.S.
 Olympic
 Team
 (1972)...First‐round
 pick
 of
 the Phoenix
 Suns
 in
 1973...Played
 nine
 seasons
 in
 the NBA,
with
the
Suns,
Indiana,
and
Philadelphia,
reach‐ ing
 the
 ‘82
 Finals
 with
 the
 76ers...Philadelphia native...Number
was
retired
on
March
1,
2003
and
he was
inducted
into
the
Athletics
Hall
of
Fame
(2000), the
 SJU
 Basketball
 Hall
 of
 Fame
 (1981)
 and
 the
 Big
 5
 Hall
 of
 Fame (1979)...Currently
the
NBA’s
senior
vice
president
for
player
development.


Anderson’s
Career
Statistics

Bantom’s
Career
Statistics

Season 1964‐65 1965‐66 1966‐67 Totals

GP 29 29 26 84

FG 196 192 243 631

FT 127 135 204 466

REB 450 406 372 1228

PTS‐
AVG 519‐
17.9 519‐
17.9 690‐
26.5 1728‐
20.7

Season 1970‐71 1971‐72 1972‐73 Totals

GP 28 28 28 84

FG‐FGA



 194‐411 231‐492 229‐475




 654‐1378

FT‐FTA 111‐170 147‐203 110‐155 368‐528

REB‐
AVG 370‐
13.2 413‐
14.8 368‐
13.1 1151‐
13.7

PTS‐
AVG 507‐
18.1 609‐
21.8 568‐
20.3 1684‐
20.0

JAMEER
NELSON

14

2000‐04

Consensus
National
Player
of
the
Year
in
2004...
SJU’s first‐ever
 winner
 of
 the
 Wooden
 Award...Unanimous selection
 to
 the
 Associated
 Press
 All‐America
 First Team...Considered
 perhaps
 the
 greatest
 player
 in
 SJU history...Native
of
Chester,
Pa.,
led
Hawks
to
best‐ever season
with
berth
in
NCAA
Elite
Eight
and
a
perfect
27‐ 0
 regular‐season
 mark...School’s
 all‐time
 leader
 in points
 (2,094),
 assists
 (713)
 and
 steals
 (256)...Teamed with
Tyrone
Barley
for
SJU’s
winningest
four‐year
class (98‐28)...Team
 made
 four
 post‐season
 appearances
 in his
career...Number
was
retired
on
April
23,
2004.
First‐ round
NBA
Draft
pick
by
Denver,
but
was
traded
to
the Orlando
 Magic
 where
 he
 has
 been
 a
 five‐year starter...Earned
NBA
All‐Rookie
Second
Team
honors
in 2005
and
became
an
NBA
All‐Star
in
2009...Named
to The
Sporting
News’
All‐Decade
1st
Team.


Nelson’s
Career
Statistics

Season 2000‐01 2001‐02 2002‐03 2003‐04 Totals

GP‐GS 33‐33 30‐30 30‐30 32‐32 125‐125

FG‐FGA 131‐284 144‐329 194‐444 234‐493 703‐1550

3PT 41‐110 51‐142 64‐189 73‐187 229‐628

FT‐FTA 109‐133 93‐122 139‐180 118‐149 459‐584

REB
 133 144 154 150 581

AST 213 188 142 170 713

ST 55 40 66 95 256

PTS‐
AVG 412‐
12.5 432‐
14.4 591‐
19.7 659‐
20.6 2094‐
16.7

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 75

Jameer
Nelson’s
number
14
was raised
to
the
rafters
on
April
23, 2004.
The
first
announcement
of the
number
retirement,
howev‐ er,
 came
 after
 the
 final
 regular season
game
on
March
2,
2004. Nelson
 stated
 that
 he
 “had more
 games
 to
 play”
 and deferred
 the
 retirement
 to
 the end
of
the
season.




MEMORABLE GAMES The
 following
 is
 a
 look
 at
 just
 some
 of
 the
 most memorable
games
in
Saint
Joseph’s
history. January
4,
1956
–
La
Salle
 The
 passion
 of
 Saint
 Joseph’s
 University
 fans
 for their
basketball
team
begins
with
The
Hawk
mas‐ cot.
Jim
Brennan
made
his
debut
as
The
Hawk
on January
 4,
 1956
 in
 a
 win
 over
 La
 Salle
 at
 The Palestra.
 February
22,
1956 –
Temple Under
coach
Jack
Ramsay,
the
Hawks
win
their
first Big
5
game,
defeating
10th‐ranked
Temple
at
The Palestra,
77‐68.
 March
18,
1961
–
Wake
Forest With
 Dr.
 Jack
 Ramsay
 at
 the
 helm,
 Saint
 Joseph’s advanced
to
the
only
NCAA
Final
Four
in
its
history with
 a
 96‐86
 win
 over
 Wake
 Forest
 in
 Charlotte, N.C.
Ramsay’s
most
successful
 team
 (25‐5)
 would go
on
to
lose
to
eventual
national
champion
Ohio State
in
the
semifinals
in
Kansas
City,
Mo.,
but
win the
 consolation
 game
 with
 a
 four‐overtime
 127‐ 120
victory
over
Utah.

 January
16,
1966
–
Villanova Saint
 Joseph’s
 was
 ranked
 fifth
 in
 the
 nation,
 but was
 struggling
 against
 archrival
 Villanova
 (which sported
a
5‐7
record)
at
The
Palestra.
Villanova
led the
 whole
 way
 and
 when
 top
 scorer
 Billy
 Oakes fouled
 out,
 the
 Hawks’
 chances
 seemed
 slim.
 But coach
 Jack
 Ramsay
 inserted
 seldom‐used
 Steve Donches
 into
 the
 game.
 Donches
 rewarded Ramsay’s
 faith
 by
 hitting
 a
 35‐footer
 from
 along the
sideline
to
give
Saint
Joseph’s
the
71‐69
victo‐ ry.
It
still
ranks
as
one
of
the
most
famous
shots
in Hawk
history.
 March
14,
1981
–
DePaul “Fourth
and
Shunk”
is
a
legendary
phrase
in
Saint Joseph’s
lore,
recalling
the
play
that
led
to
one
of the
most
improbable
upsets
in
NCAA
history,
when the
 Hawks
 defeated
 No.
 1
 DePaul,
 49‐48.
 John Smith
put
in
a
layup
at
the
buzzer
to
stun
the
Blue Demons
 in
 the
 NCAA
 Second
 Round
 at
 Dayton
 in the
 Hawks’
 first‐ever
 national
 television
 appear‐ ance.
 The
 play
 developed
 when
 DePaul
 missed
 a free
 throw
 with
 13
 seconds
 left.
 Bryan
 Warrick rebounded,
dribbled
through
the
Blue
Demons
and passed
to
Lonnie
McFarlan,
who
then
fed
Smith
for the
 gamewinner.
 “Fourth
 and
 Shunk”
 is
 the
 play‐ ground
in
Philadelphia
that
Smith
frequented
as
a youngster.
 February
25,
1993
–
George
Washington Bernard
Blunt,
Rap
Curry,
and
Carlin
Warley
com‐ bine
for
the
most
dramatic
finish
in
Fieldhouse
his‐

tory.
 The
 Hawks
 go
 the
 length
 of
 the
 floor
 in
 the final
 2.7
 seconds
 and
 Blunt’s
 jumper
 defeats George
Washington,
74‐73.
 March
3,
1986
–
West
Virginia The
 Hawks
 capture
 their
 first
 Atlantic
 10 Tournament
title,
defeating
West
Virginia,
72‐64
at the
Meadowlands.
 December
7,
1996
–
Tulsa Senior
sixth
man
Terrell
Myers
provided
the
hero‐ ics,
 hitting
 a
 3‐pointer
 at
 the
 buzzer
 to
 stun
 #21 Tulsa,
 67‐64,
 in
 the
 Coaches
 vs.
 Cancer
 Classic
 in Atlantic
City.
 March
1,
1997
–

La
Salle Rashid
Bey’s
3‐pointer
at
the
buzzer
provided
the Hawks
 with
 their
 first
 A‐10
 regular
 season
 title, with
the
62‐59
win
over
La
Salle
at
the
Spectrum. Bey,
 who
 scored
 the
 Hawks’
 final
 seven
 points, took
the
inbounds
pass
and
drove
to
the
top
of
the key
for
the
winning
shot.
 March
3,
2001
–
La
Salle One
 of
 the
 most
 remarkable
 individual
 perform‐ ances
 in
 Saint
 Joseph’s
 history
 happened
 in
 less than
 a
 minute
 in
 the
 91‐90
 loss
 to
 La
 Salle
 at Hayman
 Hall.
 Junior
 Marvin
 O’Connor
 scored
 18 points
in
57.5
seconds
to
finish
the
game
with
37 points.
 March
17,
2001
–
Stanford Marvin
 O’Connor
 turned
 in
 another
 memorable effort
in
a
heartbreaking
90‐83
loss
to
Stanford
in the
 NCAA
 Second
 Round
 in
 San
 Diego.
 O’Connor tallied
 a
 game‐high
 37
 points,
 while
 scoring
 Saint Joseph’s
first
12
points
of
the
second
half.
He
made 15‐of‐20
 shots
 and
 went
 10‐for‐10
 inside
 the three‐point
line.
When
O’Connor
fouled
out
of
the game
 with
 11.9
 seconds
 remaining,
 the
 Stanford faithful
 gave
 him
 a
 standing
 ovation
 and
 saluted him
by
chanting
“Mar‐vin,
Mar‐vin!” February
3,
2003
–
Villanova In
a
game
that
is
always
referred
to
as
“40
to
9”
by Hawk
 fans,
 Jameer
 Nelson
 led
 all
 scorers
 with
 30 points
to
lead
SJU
to
a
92‐75
win
over

Villanova.
In front
 of
 a
 national
 TV
 audience
 and
 a
 standing‐ room
only
crowd
at
The
Palestra,
the
Hawks
took
a commanding
40‐9
lead
with
6:29
remaining
in
the first
half
and
coasted
the
rest
of
the
way,
en
route to
a
share
of
the
Big
5
title.
 January
17,
2004
–
Xavier Delonte
 West
 pitched
 a
 “perfect
 game”
 in
 sixth‐ ranked
 Saint
 Joseph’s
 win
 over
 Atlantic
 10
 rival Xavier,
81‐73,
in
Cincinnati.
West
made
every
shot

The
Hawks,
under
coach
Jim
Lynam,
celebrate
the stunning
win
over
#1
DePaul
on
March
14,
1981. he
 took
 –
 12
 from
 the
 field,
 three
 from
 3‐point range
and
six
from
the
line
–
for
a
career‐high
33 points.
 A
 national
 television
 audience
 and
 sellout crowd
at
the
Cintas
Center
watched
the
perform‐ ance
that
set
a
new
A‐10
record
and
tied
the
SJU mark
for
field
goals
without
a
miss.
 March
2,
2004
–
St.
Bonaventure Alumni
Memorial
Fieldhouse
was
packed
like
never before
with
a
standing
room
only
crowd,
two
sep‐ arate
television
broadcast
crews
and
close
to
120 media
 members.
 It
 was
 a
 season
 finale
 that
 was more
ceremony
than
competition
as
Saint
Joseph’s beat
 St.
 Bonaventure,
 82‐59,
 to
 finish
 the
 regular season
with
a
perfect
27‐0
record.
 March
25,
2004
–
Wake
Forest The
magic
continued
when
the
Hawks
advanced
to within
one
game
of
the
Final
Four,
defeating
Wake Forest,
 84‐80,
 in
 the
 NCAA
 Regional
 Semifinal
 in East
 Rutherford,
 N.J.
 Top‐seeded
 Saint
 Joseph’s used
 clutch
 perimeter
 shooting
 to
 erase
 a
 nine‐ point
first
half
deficit.
Jameer
Nelson
and
Delonte West
each
scored
24
points
to
lead
the
Hawks
to the
Elite
Eight
for
the
first
time
since
1981.
 January
26,
2008 –
Temple Pat
Calathes
hit
a
3‐point
shot
with
3.9
seconds
left to
give
SJU
a
68‐67
win
over
city
rival
Temple
at
the Liacouras
Center.
The
shot
provided
a
fitting
end
to a
close
game
in
which
neither
team
held
more
than a
two‐point
lead
over
the
last
10
minutes.
 March
6,
2008 –
Xavier The
Hawks
closed
out
Alumni
Memorial
Fieldhouse in
 style,
 upsetting
 eighth‐ranked
 Xavier,
 71‐65,
 in the
 final
 regular‐season
 game
 before
 the
 59‐year old
 venue
 underwent
 expansion
 and
 renovation. SJU
celebrated
the
past
with
a
ceremony
of
former players
and
coaches,
including
Dr.
Jack
Ramsay
and Jameer
 Nelson.
 It
 was
 the
 highest
 ranked
 team ever
beaten
at
the
Fieldhouse.
 November
13,
2009 –
Drexel Saint
Joseph’s
defeats
Drexel
in
overtime,
77‐67,
in the
 inaugural
 game
 in
 the
 Michael
 J.
Hagan
 ‘85 Arena.


Steve
Donches
(far
left)
converts
one
of
the
most
historic
shots
in
Saint
Joseph’s
basketball
history,
a buzzer‐beater
 that
 lifted
 the
 Hawks
 to
 a
 dramatic
 71‐69
 win
 over
 rival
 Villanova
 at
 the
 Palestra
 on January
16,
1966.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 76


HAGAN ARENA A
new
era
of
Saint
Joseph’s
basketball
began
on
October
17,
2009, with
the
dedication
of
the
Michael
J.
Hagan
‘85
Arena.
 The
 opening
 of
 the
 arena
 was
 the
 culmination
 of
 the
 two‐year expansion
and
renovation
of
Alumni
Memorial
Fieldhouse,
which
was the
home
of
the
Hawks
since
1949.
Hagan
Arena
added
approximate‐ ly
1,000
seats
to
stretch
the
capacity
to
4,200,
while
providing
numer‐ ous
other
amenities
that
were
not
available
in
the
Fieldhouse. The
 Hawks
 played
 the
 first
 game
 in
 the
 arena
 against
 city
 rival Drexel,
on
November
13,
2009.
A
standing‐room‐only
crowd
saw
an exciting
77‐67
overtime
win
for
Saint
Joseph’s. Saint
Joseph’s
hosted
12
games
in
Hagan
Arena
in
2009‐10,
compil‐ ing
a
7‐5
record.
In
addition
to
the
season‐opening
win
over
Drexel, the
 Hawks
 also
 scored
 a
 thrilling
 60‐59
 victory
 over
 Dayton,
 which eventually
won
the
2010
NIT
title.
The
Hawks
closed
out
the
year
in Hagan
Arena
defeating
Big
5
rival
La
Salle,
87‐76,
to
earn
a
berth
in
the Atlantic
10
Tournament.
 In
2010‐11,
the
Hawks
defeated
Norfolk
State
in
the
first
round
of the
Philly
Hoop
Group
Classic
at
Hagan
Arena
and
scored
a
thrilling
67‐ 64
 win
 over
 Massachusetts,
 despite
 the
 absence
 of
 injured
 leading scorer
Carl
Jones.
 The
Hawks
are
11‐12
in
two
seasons
at
Hagan
Arena,
but
own
an all‐time
 record
 of
 331‐94
 on
 campus,
 at
 both
 Hagan
 and
 Alumni Memorial
Fieldhouse
combined.



Saint
Joseph’s
students
lead
a
passionate
fan
base
that
continues
to
give
the Hawks
a
true
homecourt
advantage
in
Hagan
Arena.


Hagan
Arena
Firsts Game
‐
November
13,
2009
vs.
Drexel
(77‐67,
overtime
win) Win
‐
November
13,
2009
vs.
Drexel
(77‐67,
overtime) Loss
‐
January
2,
2010
vs.
Princeton
(70‐62) Atlantic
10
Game ‐
January
9,
2010
vs.
Fordham
(82‐69
win) Big
5
Game
‐
March
6,
2010
vs.
La
Salle
(87‐76
win) Atlantic
10
Win
‐
January
9,
2010
vs.
Fordham,
82‐69 Big
5
Win
‐
March
6,
2010
vs.
La
Salle,
87‐76 Overtime
Game ‐
November
13,
2009
vs.
Drexel
(77‐67,
overtime
win) Saint
Joseph’s
Basket ‐
Chris
Prescott,
19:07,
November
13,
2009


“Our
fans’
passion,
physical
presence
and
vocal
support
 emboldens
our
team,
psychologically
challenges
our
oppo‐ nents,
and
creates
an
atmosphere
that
is
second
to
none.” ‐
Phil
Martelli


The
 expanded
 student
 section
 in
 Hagan
 Arena
 provides
 an
 intimidating atmosphere
for
Saint
Joseph’s
opponents.

The
tip‐off
of
the
inaugural
game
in
the
Michael
J.
Hagan
‘85
Arena
on
November
13,
2009,
against
Drexel.
The
Hawks
prevailed
in
overtime,
77‐67.

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 77


FIELDHOUSE/HAGAN ARENA GREAT
FIELDHOUSE
MOMENTS

Saint
Joseph’s
win
over
Xavier
on
March
6,
2008,
marked
the
final
game
in Alumni
Memorial
Fieldhouse
before
an
extensive
expansion
and
renovation project
was
to
begin.
Here’s
a
look
at
some
of
the
most
memorable
games
in Alumni
Memorial
Fieldhouse
history,
in
chronological
order.
 November
26,
1949:
Alumni
Memorial
Fieldhouse
hosts
its
first
college
basketball game
as
Rhode
Island
defeats
Saint
Joseph's,
62‐46. February
4,
1953:
 Ed
Garrity
pours
in
40
points
in
a
111‐92
win
over
Rhode
Island, setting
a
Fieldhouse
scoring
record
that
has
lasted
for
over
50
years.


 December
6,
1955:
Saint
Joseph's
defeats
Millersville,
76‐60,
in
the
Fieldhouse
debut of
new
coach
Jack
Ramsay.
 December
7,
1965:
 In
their
final
season
together,
all‐time
greats
Jack
Ramsay,
Cliff Anderson,
and
Matt
Goukas
play
only
one
Fieldhouse
game
(a
98‐68
rout
of
Bellarmine).

 January
17,
1974:
The
first
Saint
Joseph's
women's
basketball
team,
coached
by
Ellen Ryan,
makes
its
debut
against
three‐time
national
champion
Immaculata.
The
Mighty Macs
win,
59‐24. February
5,
1974: In
his
final
season
as
head
coach,
Jack
McKinney's
"grim,
grisly,
and gruesome"
Hawks
defeat
Georgetown,
70‐64.

 March
8,
1976: Women's
basketball,
with
former
Immaculata
star
Theresa
Grentz coaching,
defeats
Rutgers,
80‐52.
 February
25,
1978:
Under
coach
Rene
Portland,
another
former
Immaculata
star,
the women's
team
defeats
No.
10
Montclair
State,
85‐76.
It
is
the
Hawks'
third
win
over
a Top
10
team
at
the
Fieldhouse
that
season. March
 4,
 1981:
 Coach
 Jim
 Lynam’s
 Hawks,
 playing
 without
 injured
 star
 Bryan Warrick,
leads
the
Hawks
to
a
60‐55
win
over
Temple
in
the
East
Coast
Conference
quar‐ terfinals.
 January
 15,
 1985: National
 women’s
 coach
 of
 the
 year
 Jim
 Foster
 leads
 Saint Joseph's
to
a
71‐63
win
over
No.
10
Penn
State.

 February
27,
1986:
Saint
Joseph's
defeats
Penn
State,
59‐51,
in
an
Atlantic
10
quar‐ terfinal
game
which
eventually
leads
to
its
first
Atlantic
10
title
at
the
Meadowlands. March
11,
1987:
The
women's
basketball
team
wins
the
first
NCAA
Tournament game
in
program
history,
defeating
South
Alabama
at
the
Fieldhouse,
67‐56.

 January
4,
1990:
Philadelphia
native
Bo
Kimble
sets
a
new
Fieldhouse
record
with
54 points,
including
a
near‐halfcourt
 shot
 at
 the
 buzzer,
 as
 Loyola
 Marymount
 nips
 the Hawks,
99‐96.

 February
4,
1991:
First‐year
coach
John
Griffin
leads
an
upset
of
Elite
Eight‐bound Temple,
66‐60.
It
is
believed
to
be
the
first
time
the
Saint
Joseph's
student
section
ever stormed
the
court
at
the
Fieldhouse. February
25,
1993:
 Bernard
Blunt,
Rap
Curry,
and
Carlin
Warley
combine
for
the most
dramatic
finish
in
Fieldhouse
history.
The
Hawks
go
the
length
of
the
floor
in
the final
2.7
seconds
and
Blunt's
jumper
nips
George
Washington,
74‐73. February
15,
1994: Reserve
Kevin
Connor
hits
two
foul
shots
with
no
time
left
as
the Hawks
upset
No.
10
Massachusetts,
81‐80.

 January
10,
1996:
Three
free
throws
by
Terrell
Myers
with
no
time
left
send
a
game with
No.
1
Massachusetts
into
overtime,
but
the
Minutemen
prevail,
94‐89.

 January
2,
1997:
The
women's
basketball
teams
hosts
No.
8
Tennessee
before
an overflow
Fieldhouse
crowd,
with
the
Lady
Vols
prevailing,
64‐52, February
 25,
 1997:
Many
 claim
 the
 Fieldhouse
 was
 at
 its
 all‐time
 loudest
 as
 the Hawks
end
Massachusetts'
streak
of
five
consecutive
Atlantic
10
regular‐season
champi‐ onships
with
a
78‐63
victory.

 November
18,
2001:
Former
Hawk
Cindy
Griffin
returns
as
women's
basketball
coach and
defeats
No.
23
Rutgers,
64‐58,
in
her
second
game.

 March
5,
2003:
All‐America
David
West
of
Xavier
outlasts
counterpart
Jameer
Nelson of
the
Hawks
in
an
88‐80
overtime
victory
for
the
No.
18
Musketeers.

 March
2,
2004:
Saint
Joseph's
defeats
St.
Bonaventure,
82‐50,
to
complete
a
perfect regular
season
(27‐0).

 March
 21,
 2005: Saint
 Joseph's
 wins
 its
 third
 consecutive
 National
 Invitation Tournament
game
in
six
days
at
the
Fieldhouse,
68‐60,
over
Holy
Cross,
and
eventually reaches
the
NIT
championship
game.
 March
6,
2008: The
“Fieldhouse
Finale”
saw
many
former
SJU
coaches,
players
and mascots
in
attendance,
including
Jack
Ramsay,
Mike
Bantom
and
Jameer
Nelson.
The on‐court
Hawks
added
to
the
celebration
with
a
71‐66
upset
of
No.
8
Xavier,
the
highest ranked
team
ever
beaten
at
the
Fieldhouse.


Fieldhouse/Hagan
Arena
Records

Team
Records
(Single
Game)

Saint
Joseph’s Most
Points
Scored

 .................... 116
vs.
Wheeling
Jesuit
(11/26/91) Most
Points
in
One
Half
................ 69
vs.
Wheeling
Jesuit
(11/26/91) Most
Field
Goals
Made

 .............. 48
vs.
Baldwin‐Wallace
(12/18/64) Most
Field
Goal
Attempts
 .................... 114
vs.
King’s‐Pa.
(12/15/61) Most
Free
Throws
Made
 ...................... 43
vs.
Rhode
Island
(2/22/92) Most
Free
Throw
Attempts
 ................ 60
vs.
Morgan
State
(12/4/92) Most
Rebounds
.............................................. 78
vs.
Lehigh
(1/31/62) Opponents Most
Points
Scored

................................ 99
by
Rhode
Island
(1/9/88)

 ................................................................Loyola
Marymount
 (1/4/90) Most
Points
in
One
Half

 ............................ 54
by
Fairfield
(12/16/66) Most
Field
Goals
Made
 ................ 36
by
Loyola
Marymount
(1/4/90) Most
Field
Goal
Attempts
 ............ 90
by
Loyola
Marymount
(1/4/90) Most
Free
Throws
Made
 ........................ 35
by
Gettysburg
(2/13/62) Most
Free
Throw
Attempts
 ...................... 47
by
Connecticut
(2/7/53) Most
Rebounds
 .................................. 62
by
Boston
College
(1/9/65)

Individual
Records
(Single
Game)

Saint
Joseph’s Most
Points
Scored ...................... 40,
Ed
Garrity
vs.
Rhode
Island
(2/4/53) Most
Field
Goals
Made
 ................ 16,
Ed
Garrity
vs.
Rhode
Island
(2/4/53) Most
Field
Goal
Attempts
 ........ 38,
Tom
Wynne
vs.
Gettysburg
(2/13/62) Most
Free
Throws
Made
 .......... 13,
Tom
Wynne
vs.
Gettysburg
(2/13/62) ............................................................Cliff
Anderson
vs.
Fairfield
(12/16/66) Most
Free
Throw
Attempts
 .......... 19,
Cliff
Anderson
vs.
Rider
(12/20/66) Most
Rebounds
 .................... 34,
John
Doogan
vs.
West
Chester
(2/18/53) Opponents Most
Points
Scored ..........54,
Bo
Kimble,
Loyola
Marymount
(1/4/90) Most
Field
Goals
Made ....17,
Bo
Kimble,
Loyola
Marymount
(1/4/90) Most
Field
Goal
Attempts ....33,
Bo
Kimble,
Loyola
Marymount
(1/4/90) Most
Free
Throws
Made
 ........22,
Ron
Warner,
Gettysburg
(2/13/62) Most
Free
Throw
Attempts... ..22,
Ron
Warner,
Gettysburg
(2/13/62) Most
Rebounds
............................ 21,
Art
Beatty,
American
(2/21/67)

Year‐by‐Year
In
The
Fieldhouse/Hagan
Arena Season W‐L 1949‐50
 7‐1 1950‐51
 10‐0 1951‐52
 15‐1 1952‐53
 8‐2 1953‐54
 9‐0 1954‐55
 5‐3 1955‐56
 3‐1 1956‐57
 4‐0 1957‐58
 3‐0 1958‐59
 4‐0 1959‐60
 3‐0 1960‐61
 4‐0 1961‐62
 3‐0 1962‐63
 4‐0 1963‐64
 4‐0 1964‐65
 4‐0 1965‐66
 1‐0 1966‐67
 3‐1 1967‐68
 1‐0 1968‐69
 1‐1 1969‐70
 0‐0

Pct. .875 1.000 .938 .800 1.000 .625 .750 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .750 1.000 .500 .000

Season W‐L 1970‐71
 3‐0 1971‐72
 2‐0 1972‐73
 2‐0 1973‐74
 5‐0 1974‐75
 2‐2 1975‐76
 2‐0 1976‐77
 1‐0 1977‐78
 6‐3 1978‐79
 3‐2 1979‐80
 6‐1 1980‐81
 6‐0 1981‐82
 7‐0 1982‐83
 2‐2 1983‐84
 5‐0 1984‐85
 8‐0 1985‐86
 7‐0 1986‐87
 5‐3 1987‐88
 3‐3 1988‐89
 4‐3 1989‐90
 4‐6 1990‐91
 7‐5

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 78

Pct. 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000 .667 .600 .857 1.000 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 .625 .500 .571 .400 .583

Season W‐L Pct. 1991‐92
 8‐5 .615 1992‐93
 9‐2 .818 1993‐94
 8‐3 .727 1994‐95
 9‐3 .750 1995‐96 7‐1 .875 1996‐97 10‐1 .909 1997‐98 4‐5 .444 1998‐99 7‐4 .636 1999‐00 4‐4 .500 2000‐01 11‐0 1.000 2001‐02 9‐2 .818 2002‐03 9‐1 .900 2003‐04 8‐0 1.000 2004‐05 11‐1 .917 2005‐06 5‐4 .555 2006‐07 8‐3 .727 2007‐08 6‐3 .667 2008‐09


construction 2009‐10 7‐5 .583 2010‐11 5‐7 .417 TOTALS 331‐94 .779


ALUMNI MEMORIAL FIELDHOUSE Alumni
Memorial
Fieldhouse
was
the
well‐loved
shrine
and
home of
the
Hawks
for
59
seasons.
With
the
completion
of
the
multi‐year expansion
and
renovation
project
that
began
in
Fall
2007,
this
storied facility
was
preserved,
while
bringing
the
athletic
complex
to
a
level befitting
such
a
venerable
tradition.
Beginning
with
the
2009‐10
sea‐ son,
the
new
home
of
the
Hawks
was
the
Michael
J.
Hagan
'85
Arena. Alumni
Memorial
Fieldhouse
was
named
for
Saint
Joseph’s
gradu‐ ates
who
gave
their
lives
in
World
War
II.
The
building
was
dedicated on
 November
 11,
 1949,
 and
 15
 days
 later
 hosted
 its
 first
 basketball game,
a
62‐46
loss
to
Rhode
Island. Overall,
the
men’s
basketball
team
compiled
a
stellar
319‐82
record (.795
winning
percentage)
in
Alumni
Memorial
Fieldhouse.
Among
the highlights
were
a
34‐game
winning
streak
from
the
late
1950s
to
the early
1960s,
an
11‐0
record
in
2000‐01,
and
another
11‐0
mark
as
the Hawks
completed
a
perfect
regular
season
in
2003‐04
behind
consen‐ sus
Player
of
the
Year
Jameer
Nelson
and
consensus
Coach
of
the
Year Phil
Martelli. For
much
of
the
1980s
and
1990s,
the
Fieldhouse
was
the
practice home
of
the
NBA’s
Philadelphia
76ers.
This
was
a
natural
extension
of a
 legacy
 in
 which
 Saint
 Joseph’s
 products
 –
 George
 Senesky
 ’43,
 Dr. Jack
 Ramsay
 ’49,
 Jack
 McKinney
 ’57,
 Paul
 Westhead
 ’61,
 Jim
 Lynam ’63,
 Matt
 Goukas
 ’66,
 and
 Jim
 O’Brien
 ’74
 –
 would
 become
 head coaches
in
the
NBA. Women’s
basketball
came
to
the
Fieldhouse
as
a
Division
I
program in
 1973.
 In
 35
 seasons,
 the
 women’s
 team
 compiled
 an
 equally impressive
 332‐117
 record
 (.739
 winning
 percentage)
 on
 its
 home floor.
Former
Hawk
players
and
coaches
include
Theresa
Grentz,
Rene Muth
 Portland,
 Jim
 Foster,
 Muffet
 McGraw
 O’Brien
 ‘77,
 and
 Geno Auriemma. The
3,200‐seat
Fieldhouse
hosted
more
than
125
sellouts
over
the last
15
seasons.
Excitement
was
at
a
fever
pitch
in
2003‐04
as
crowds watched
the
Hawks
make
their
historic
run
to
a
number‐one
ranking. The
Fieldhouse
has
played
an
even
larger
role
in
the
University’s
his‐ tory.
 Major
 events
 such
 as
 Commencement,
 the
 Hand‐in‐Hand Festival,
and
the
annual
Martin
Luther
King
Day
celebration
have
been held
 in
 the
 building,
 along
 with
 the
 centennial
 celebration
 of
 the College
 in
 1951.
 Martin
 Luther
 King,
 Jr.,
 spoke
 at
 the
 Fieldhouse
 in 1967. Yet
it
is
the
passion
of
Hawk
fans
that
stands
as
the
greatest
legacy of
Alumni
Memorial
Fieldhouse.
In
2003,
Sports
Illustrated listed
“The 100
Things
You
Have
to
Do
Before
You
Graduate.”
Ranked
No.
12
was: “Go
 to
 a
 Saint
 Joseph’s
 basketball
 game
 and
 shout
 ‘The
 Hawk
 Will Never
Die’
—
the
most
defiant
cheer
in
college
sports.”

Saint
Joseph’s
fans
are
among
the
most
passionate
in
college
basketball
and the
 Hawks’
 student
 section
 in
 Alumni
 Memorial
 Fieldhouse
 was
 filled
 to capacity
for
every
game.


Alumni
Memorial Fieldhouse
provided
a
true
homecourt
advantage
for
the Hawks
as
they
won
79
percent
of
their
games
in
59
years
in
the
building, and
 played
 to
 standing‐room
 only
 crowds
 during
 the
 “Perfect
 Season”
 in 2003‐04.
(Below)
The
Hawks
closed
out
the
facility
in
style,
upsetting
No.
8 Xavier,
71‐66,
on
March
6,
2008,
in
the
final
game
before
the
expansion
and renovation
project
began.


FIELDHOUSE
ATTENDANCE

(from
1990) SEASON GAMES TOTAL 1990‐91
 12 33,384 1991‐92
 13 40,953 1992‐93
 11 33,937 1993‐94
 11 30,973 1994‐95
 12 32,129 1995‐96 8 23,948 1996‐97 11 33,909 1997‐98 9 28,800 1998‐99 11 34,715 1999‐00 8 24,220

AVG 2,782 3,150 3,085 2,816 3,094 2,994 3,083 3,200 3,156 3,026

SEASON GAMES TOTAL 2000‐01 11 33,275 2002‐03 10 31,480 2003‐04 8 25,600 2004‐05 12 38,400 2005‐06 9 28,800 2006‐07 11 34,540 2007‐08 9 28,620

Records
are
for
Fieldhouse
only
‐
 not
home
games
played
at
Palestra

Alumni
Memorial
Fieldhouse
as
it
appeared
in
the
late
1980s.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 79

AVG 3,025 3,148 3,200 3,200 3,200 3,140 3,180


THE PALESTRA Saint
 Joseph’s
 has
 utilized
 The
 Palestra
 as
 an
 alternate
 home venue
 ever
 since
 the beginning
 of
 competition
 of
 the
 Philadelphia Big
 5
 in
 1955,
 playing
 a
 number
 of
 games
 there
 every
 year. The 2011‐12
 season
 marks
 the
 58th
 of
 the
 Hawks’
 use
 of
 the
 site.
 The Palestra
remains
an
integral
part
of
the
history
of
SJU
basketball.
 Saint
 Joseph’s
 “home
 away
 from
 home,”
 the
 historic
 Palestra was
 the
 Hawks’
 full‐time
 homecourt
 for
 the
 2008‐09
 season
 as Alumni
Memorial
Fieldhouse
was
closed
due
to
the
expansion
and renovation
 project.
 SJU
 played
 13
 home
 games
 at
 The
 Palestra
 on the
campus
of
the
University
of
Pennsylvania
that
season,
with
the only
 exception
 being
 the
 season
 opener
 against
 Rider,
 which
 was played
at
the
Wachovia
Center.
 Once
the
Michael
J.
Hagan
Arena
was
completed
in
2009‐10,
the Hawks
 continued
 playing
 a
 few
 key
 city
 games
 at
 The
 Palestra. Having
 won
 67
 percent
 of
 its
 Palestra
 games
 over
 the
 years,
 Saint Joseph’s
will
play
two
contests
there
in
2011‐12,
against
Penn
and La
Salle.
 First
opened
during
the
1926‐27
season,
the
building
is
one
of
the premier
 basketball
 meccas
 in
 the
 world.
 
 The
 8,722‐seat
 arena
 has been
 the
 home
 for
 more
 than
 70
 years
 of
 Penn
 basketball
 and
 50 years
 of
 Big
 5
 doubleheaders.
 It
 has
 hosted
 a
 multitude
 of
 events, including
50
NCAA
Tournament
games
as
part
of
19
national
champi‐ onship
competitions,
as
well
as
numerous
NIT
contests,
a
season
of women’s
 professional
 games
 (American
 Basketball
 League),
 and even
NBA
games
in
the
early
history
of
the
league.
 The
Palestra
was
cited
as
"Host
to
the
first
NCAA
basketball
cham‐ pionship
 game
 in
 1939,
 and
 countless
 classic
 Philadelphia
 Big
 5 matchups.”
It
is
the
subject
of
a
2007
documentary
film,
The
Palestra: Cathedral
of
Basketball. It
 was
 mentioned
 at
 the
 top
 of
 the
 list
 of
 "Must
 Visit
 Sports Shrines"
 in
 Sports
 Illustrated’s (SI.com)
 "100
 Things
 You
 Have
 to
 Do Before
You
Graduate.”
It
was
also
ranked
34th
in
ESPN.com’s
list
of the
“America’s
100
Most
Important
Sports
Venues.”

 During
 the
 summer
 of
 2008
 a
 new
 floor
 was
 installed,
 replacing one
which
had
existed
since
the
1980s.


The
Palestra
opened
during
the
1926‐27
season.
Saint
Joseph’s
has
utilized
it as
a
second
homecourt
since
1955.


The
Palestra
has
been
the
site
of
many
memorable
games
in
Saint
Joseph’s basketball
history.


Saint
 Joseph’s
 fans
 have
 packed
 The
 Palestra
 over
 the
 years
 for
 Big
 5 games.
 SJU
has
 been
 part
 of
 21
 sellouts
 in
 the
 past
 10
 seasons
 at
 The Palestra.


SJU
 and
 Penn
 brought
 back
 a
 treasured
 Palestra
 tradition
 on
 January
 28, 2006
to
celebrate
the
50th
anniversary
of
the
Big
5.
The
schools
agreed
to allow
their
student
sections
to
throw
streamers
after
each
team’s
first
field goal,
which
had
been
a
practice
at
every
City
Series
game
until
banned
by
the NCAA
in
1985.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 80


THE PALESTRA Year‐by‐Year
in
The
Palestra

The
Palestra,
one
of
the
most
historic
arenas
in
college
basketball,
is
the
Hawks’ “home
away
from
home.”
The
Hawks
have
averaged
four
games
there
per
sea‐ son
over
past
10
years,
not
counting
the
2008‐09
season
when
SJU
played
all
but one
of
its
14
home
games
in
the
building
because
of
the
expansion
and
renova‐ tion
project
at
Alumni
Memorial
Fieldhouse.


Season W‐L

 Before
1955
 .......... 5‐9 1955‐56
 .............. 13‐3 1956‐57
 .............. 10‐3 1957‐58
 ................ 9‐5 1958‐59
 .............. 12‐1
 1959‐60
 ................ 9‐2 1960‐61
 .............. 13‐1 1961‐62
 .............. 10‐4 1962‐63
 .............. 13‐2 1963‐64
 ................ 8‐3 1964‐65
 .............. 15‐0 1965‐66
 .............. 14‐1 1966‐67
 ................ 6‐5 1967‐68
 ................ 8‐5 1968‐69
 ................ 9‐5 1969‐70
 ................ 8‐4 1970‐71
 ................ 8‐5 1971‐72
 ................ 8‐4 1972‐73
.............. 11‐2 1973‐74
 ................ 9‐3 1974‐75
 ................ 2‐6 1975‐76
 ................ 5‐8 1976‐77
 ................ 6‐6 1977‐78
 ................ 2‐5 1978‐79
 ................ 7‐3 1979‐80
 ................ 6‐3 1980‐81
 ................ 7‐3 1981‐82
 ................ 8‐2 1982‐83
 ................ 4‐3

Pct. .357 .813 .769 .643 .923 .818 .929 .714 .867 .727 1.000 .933 .545 .615 .643 .667 .615 .667 .846 .750 .250 .385 .500 .286 .700 .667 .700 .800 .571

Season W‐L

 1983‐84
 ................ 8‐3 1984‐85
 ................ 2‐3 1985‐86
 ................ 6‐2 1986‐87
 ................ 4‐2 1987‐88
 ................ 4‐3 1988‐89
 ................ 3‐6 1989‐90
 ................ 2‐3 1990‐91
 ................ 2‐1 1991‐92
 ................ 0‐1 1992‐93
 ................ 2‐1 1993‐94
 ................ 1‐1 1994‐95
 ................ 4‐1 1995‐96 ..................1‐0 1996‐97 ..................2‐0 1997‐98 ..................3‐1 1998‐99 ..................1‐2 1999‐00 ..................2‐3 2000‐01 ..................2‐1 2001‐02 ..................2‐2 2002‐03 ..................6‐0 2003‐04 ..................5‐0 2004‐05 ..................3‐3 2005‐06 ..................4‐2 2006‐07 ..................3‐1 2007‐08 ..................4‐2 2008‐09 ..................7‐6 2009‐10 ..................1‐2 2010‐11 ..................1‐3 Totals ................330‐162

Pct. .727 .400 .750 .667 .571 .333 .400 .667 .000 .667 .500 .800 1.000 1.000 .750 .333 .400 .667 .500 1.000 1.000 .500 .667 .750 .667 .538 .333 .250 .671

The
Palestra
Records Team
Records
(Single
Game) BIG
5 Most
Points
Scored
 ........................................ 128
by
Saint
Joseph’s
vs.
Nevada
(12/15/71) Most
Field
Goals
Made
................................ 56
by
La
Salle
vs.
Loyola‐New
Orleans
(2/4/67) Most
Free
Throws
Made
..................................................................36
by
Penn
vs.
Duke
(12/16/55)
and
 ..................................................................................................by
La
Salle
vs.
Penn
(1/22/69) Most
Free
Throws
Attempted
 ............................................ 52
by
Penn
vs.
Duke
(12/16/55) Most
Rebounds

 .......................................... 83
by
Saint
Joseph’s
vs.
Saint
Peter’s
(2/28/62) OPPONENTS Most
Points
Scored

 .......................................... 125
by
Notre
Dame
vs.
Villanova
(1/11/75) Most
Field
Goals
Made
 ...................................... 52
by
Notre
Dame
vs.
Villanova
(1/11/75) Most
Free
Throws
Made
 .............................................. 44
by
Dayton
vs.
Villanova
(2/8/57) Most
Free
Throw
Attempts

 .............. 57
by
Saint
Francis
(Pa.)
vs.
Saint
Joseph’s
(1/14/58)
 Most
Rebounds

 .............................................. 72
by
St.
John’s
vs.
Saint
Joseph’s
(12/9/70)

Individual
Records
(Single
Game) BIG
5 Most
Points
Scored
 ...................... 46,
Bob
Schafer,
Villanova
vs.
Baldwin‐Wallace
(1/8/54) Most
Field
Goals
Made
................................ 20,
Ken
Durrett,
La
Salle
vs.
Lafayette
(2/4/70) Most
Free
Throws
Made
 ........................ 21,
Tom
Sienkiewicz,
Villanova
vs.
Penn
(2/13/79)
 Most
Free
Throw
Attempts

 .................. 23,
Tom
Sienkiewicz,
Villanova
vs.
Penn
(2/13/79) Most
Rebounds

 .................................... 34,
Fred
Cohen,
Temple
vs.
Connecticut
(3/16/56) OPPONENTS Most
Points
Scored
 ................................ 52,
Calvin
Murphy,
Niagara
vs.
La
Salle
(12/16/67) Most
Field
Goals
Made
 .......................... 19,
Calvin
Murphy,
Niagara
vs.
La
Salle
(12/16/67) Most
Free
Throws
Made ..18,
Jim
McClellan,
Saint
Francis‐Pa.
vs.
Saint
Joseph’s
(12/11/57)
 ................................................................................and
Jim
Morgan,
Yale
vs.
Penn
(2/22/69) Most
Free
Throw
Attempts

 .............................................................. 21,
on
three
occasions Most
Rebounds..........................32,
Spencer
Haywood,
Detroit
Mercy
vs.
La
Salle
(2/21/69)

Saint
 Joseph’s
 students
 and
 fans
 showed
 their
 strong
 support
 by providing
 the
 Hawks
 with
 the
 homecourt
 advantage
 during
 the 2008‐09
season
at
The
Palestra.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 81


INDIVIDUAL RECORDS GAMES
PLAYED

Most
3‐Point
Field
Goals
Without
A
Miss
in
a
Game–
5 Pat
Carroll
vs.
George
Washington
(1/29/03) Pat
Carroll
vs.
Boston
College
(11/23/02) Robert
Haskins
vs.
Virginia
Tech
(1/9/99) Robert
Haskins
vs.
Fordham
(2/15/98) Mark
Bass
vs.
Loyola‐Md.
(1/4/96) Brian
Leahy
vs.
St.
Bonaventure
(1/21/89) Craig
Amos
vs.
Wheeling
Jesuit
(11/26/91)

Most
Games
Played
in
a
Season–
36 Rob
Ferguson,
Abdulai
Jalloh,
Dwayne
Jones,
 Dwayne
Lee,
Chet
Stachitas
(2004‐05) Most
Games
Played
in
a
Career–
135 Rob
Ferguson
(2004‐05
through
2007‐08) Most
Games
Started
in
a
Season–
36 Dwayne
Jones,
Dwayne
Lee,
Chet
Stachitas
(2004‐05) Most
Games
Started
in
a
Career–
125 Jameer
Nelson
(2000‐01
through
2003‐04) Most
Consecutive
Games
Started
in
a
Career–
120 Tony
Costner
(11/30/80
through
3/16/84)

FREE
THROWS

SCORING Highest
Scoring
Average
in
a
Season–
26.5 Cliff
Anderson
(1966‐67) Highest
Scoring
Average
in
a
Career–
20.7 Paul
Senesky
(1947‐48
through
1949‐50) Most
Points
Scored
in
a
Game–
47 Tony
Costner
vs.
Alaska‐Anchorage
(12/30/83)
 Jack
Egan
vs.
Gettysburg
(1/21/61) Most
Points
Scored
in
a
Season–
706 Marvin
O’Connor
(2000‐01) Most
Points
Scored
in
a
Career–
2,094 Jameer
Nelson
(2000‐01
through
2003‐04) Most
Games
Scoring
Double
Figures
in
a
Season–
32 Jameer
Nelson
(2003‐04) Most
Games
Scoring
Double
Figures
in
a
Career–
107 Jameer
Nelson
(2000‐01
through
2003‐04) Most
 Consecutive
 Games
 Scoring
 Double
 Figures
 in
 a Season–
32 Jameer
Nelson
(11/14/03
through
3/27/04) Most
Consecutive
Games
Scoring
Double
Figures–
45 Pat
McFarland
(1/11/72
through
3/10/73)

Rob
 Ferguson set
 the
 SJU
 record
 for
 career games
played
with
135
from
2004
to
2008.

FIELD
GOALS Highest
Field
Goal
Percentage
(min.
100
made)
in
a Season–.647 Ahmad
Nivins
(2007‐08) Highest
Field
Goal
Percentage
(min.
250
made)
 in
a
Career–.627 Ahmad
Nivins
(2005‐06
through
2008‐09) Most
Field
Goals
Made
in
a
Game–
19 George
Senesky
vs.
Rutgers‐Newark
(2/3/43) Most
Field
Goals
Made
in
a
Season–
256 Pat
McFarland
(1972‐73) Most
Field
Goals
Made
in
a
Career–
712 Norman
Black
(1975‐76
through
1978‐79) Most
Field
Goals
Attempted
in
a
Game–
42 Bill
Poletti
vs.
Catholic
(1/16/46) Most
Field
Goals
Attempted
in
a
Season–
605 Cliff
Anderson
(1966‐67) Most
Field
Goals
Attempted
in
a
Career–
1,725 Bernard
Blunt
(1990‐91
through
1994‐95) Most
Field
Goals
Without
a
Miss
in
a
Game–
12 Delonte
West
vs.
Xavier
(1/17/04) Bryan
Warrick
vs.
Charlotte
(1/16/82)

Highest
Free
Throw
Pct.
(min.
50
made)
in
a

 Season–
.892 Delonte
West
(2003‐04)
(124‐for‐139) Highest
Free
Throw
Pct.
(min.
100
made)
in
a

 Career–
.837 Jeffery
Clark
(1977‐78
through
1981‐82) Most
Free
Throws
Made
in
a
Game–
18 Bob
McNeill
vs.
La
Salle
(2/26/58) Most
Free
Throws
Made
in
a
Season–
204 Cliff
Anderson
(1966‐67) Most
Free
Throws
Made
in
a
Career–
532 Carlin
Warley
(1991‐92
through
1994‐95) Most
Free
Throws
Attempted
in
a
Game–
22 Bob
McNeill
vs.
La
Salle
(2/26/58) Most
Free
Throws
Attempted
in
a
Season–
279 Cliff
Anderson
(1966‐67) Most
Free
Throws
Attempted
in
a
Career–
789 Carlin
Warley
(1991‐92
through
1994‐95) Most
Free
Throws
Made
Without
a
Miss
in
a
Game–
15 Mike
Hauer
vs.
Seton
Hall
(2/21/70) Most
Free
Throws
Made
Without
a
Miss,
Overall–
38 Pat
Calathes
(1/17/07
through
2/14/07)


3‐POINT
FIELD
GOALS

Marvin
O’Connor
holds
the
school
record
for points
in
a
season
(706),
set
in
2000‐01.


Highest
3‐Point
Pct.
(min.
25
made)
in
a Season–.495 Bill
Phillips
(2001‐02) Highest
3‐Point
Pct.
(min.
200
made)
in
a
Career–
.455 Pat
Carroll
(2001‐05) Most
3‐Point
Field
Goals
Made
in
a
Game–
9 Brian
Leahy
vs.
Duquesne
(1/17/88) Most
3‐Point
Field
Goals
Made
in
a
Season–135 Pat
Carroll
(2004‐05) Most
3‐Point
Field
Goals
Made
in
a
Career–
294 Pat
Carroll
(2001‐02
through
2004‐05) Most
3‐Point
Field
Goals
Attempted
in
a
Game–
19 Pat
Carroll
vs.
Villanova
(2/7/04) Most
3‐Point
Field
Goals
Attempted
in
a
Season–
311 Pat
Carroll
(2004‐05) Most
3‐Point
Field
Goals
Attempted
in
a
Career–
679 Darrin
Govens
(2005‐06
through
2009‐10)

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 82

Pat
Calathes
bettered
Delonte
West’s
mark for
 consecutive
 free
 throws
 by
 making
 38 in
a
row
during
the
2006‐07
season.



INDIVIDUAL RECORDS BLOCKED
SHOTS Highest
Blocked
Shot
Average
in
a
Season–3.8 Rodney
Blake
(1985‐86) Highest
Blocked
Shot
Average
in
a
Career–3.3 Rodney
Blake
(1984‐85
through
1986‐87) Most
Blocked
Shots
in
a
Game–12 Rodney
Blake
vs.
Cleveland
State
(12/2/87) Most
Blocked
Shots
in
a
Season–121 Rodney
Blake
(1985‐86) Most
Blocked
Shots
in
a
Career–
419 Rodney
Blake
(1984‐85
through
1987‐88)

STEALS Highest
Steal
Average
in
a
Season–
4.0 Billy
DeAngelis
(1966‐67) Highest
Steal
Average
in
a
Career–
3.0 Billy
DeAngelis
(1965‐66
through
1967‐68) Most
Steals
in
a
Game–
10 Billy
DeAngelis
vs.
Bowling
Green
(12/9/67) Most
Steals
in
a
Season–
104 Billy
DeAngelis
(1966‐67) Most
Steals
in
a
Career–
256 Jameer
Nelson
(2000‐01
through
2003‐04)

PERSONAL
FOULS Bernard
 Blunt
 had
 his
 career
 scoring
 record eclipsed
by
Jameer
Nelson,
but
still
holds
the freshman
 scoring
 mark
 after
 averaging
 18.8 points
per
game
as
a
rookie.


Most
Personal
Fouls
in
a
Season–
119 Kevin
Furey
(1973‐74)

REBOUNDS

Most
Disqualifications
in
a
Season–
10 Dmitri
Domani
(1995‐96)

Highest
Rebounding
Average
in
a
Season–
15.5 Cliff
Anderson
(1964‐65) Ray
Radziszewski
(1956‐57) Highest
Rebounding
Average
in
a
Career–
14.6 Cliff
Anderson
(1964‐65
through
1965‐66) Most
Rebounds
in
a
Game–
34 John
Doogan
vs.
West
Chester
(2/18/53) Most
Rebounds
in
a
Season–
450 Cliff
Anderson
(1964‐65) Most
Rebounds
in
a
Career–
1,228 Cliff
Anderson
(1964‐65
through
1966‐67)

Most
Disqualifications
in
a
Career–
25 Dmitri
Domani
(1992‐93
through
1996‐97)

Most
Personal
Fouls
in
a
Career–
407 Bernard
Blunt
(1990‐91
through
1994‐95)

*
Minimum
50
games
played

FRESHMAN
RECORDS Games
Played C.J.
Aiken
(2010‐11) ................................................33 Langston
Galloway
(2010‐11) ..................................33 Ronald
Roberts
(2010‐11)........................................33 Daryus
Quarles
(2010‐11)........................................33 Tony
Costner
(1980‐81) ..........................................33 Arthur
“Yah”
Davis
(1996‐97) ................................ 33 Jameer
Nelson
(2000‐01)........................................ 33 Games
Started Langston
Galloway
(2010‐11) ..............................33 Tony
Costner

(1980‐81) ........................................ 33 Jameer
Nelson
(2000‐01)........................................ 33 Minutes
Played Langston
Galloway
(2010‐11) ............................1,132 Minutes
Per
Game Boo
Williams

(1977‐78) ...................................... 36.3

Scoring Points Bernard
Blunt

(1990‐91)...................................... 563 Points
Per
Game Bernard
Blunt

(1990‐91)......................................18.8

Rebounding Total
Rebounds Norman
Black

(1975‐76)...................................... 248 Rebounds
Per
Game Norman
Black
(1975‐76)........................................ 9.5

Miscellaneous Personal
Fouls Rodney
Blake

(1984‐85) ...................................... 118 Disqualifications Rodney
Blake
(1984‐85) .......................................... 9 Assists Jameer
Nelson
(2000‐01) ......................................213 Blocked
Shots C.J.
Aiken
(2010‐11) ..............................................117 Steals Maurice
Martin
(1982‐83) ......................................74

Field
Goals Field
Goals
Made Bernard
Blunt

(1990‐91) ......................................212 Field
Goal
Attempts Bernard
Blunt

(1990‐91) ......................................507 Field
Goal
Pct.
(min.
100
made) Bob
Lojewski

(1981‐82) .....................................
.545

ASSISTS Highest
Assist
Average
in
a
Season–
6.5 Bob
McNeill
(1958‐59) Highest
Assist
Average
in
a
Career–
5.7 Jameer
Nelson
(2000‐01
through
2003‐04); Matt
Guokas
(1964‐65
through
1965‐66) Most
Assists
in
a
Game–
14 Tom
Haggerty
vs.
Fairfield
(2/21/76) Rap
Curry
vs.
Drexel
(11/28/90) Most
Assists
in
a
Season–
213 Jameer
Nelson
(2000‐01) Most
Assists
in
a
Career–
713 Jameer
Nelson
(2000‐01
through
2003‐04)

3‐Point
Field
Goals 3‐Point
Field
Goals
Made Langston
Galloway
(2010‐11) ................................117 Arthur
“Yah”
Davis

(1996‐97) ................................65 3‐Point
Field
Goal
Attempts Arthur
“Yah”
Davis

(1996‐97) ..............................171 3‐Point
Field
Goal
Percentage

(min.
25
made) Dmitri
Domani

(1993‐94) ...................................
.429

Free
Throws Free
Throws
Made Boo
Williams

(1977‐78) ........................................125 Free
Throw
Attempts Boo
Williams

(1977‐78) ........................................176 Free
Throw
Pct.
(min.
50
made) Langston
Galloway
(2010‐11) ..............................
.887

Tom
 Haggerty
 set
 the
 record
 for
 assists
 in
 a game
 (14)
 in
 1976.
 He
 currently
 shares
 the mark
with
Rap
Curry.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 83


TEAM RECORDS SCORING

3‐POINT
FIELD
GOALS

STEALS

Highest
Scoring
Average
in
a
Season–
91.1 1965‐66 Most
Points
Scored
in
a
Half–
69 second
half
vs.
Nevada‐Reno
(12/15/71) Most
Points
Scored
in
a
Game–
128 vs.
Nevada‐Reno
(12/15/71) Most
Points
Scored
in
a
Season–
2,642 1965‐66

Highest
3‐Point
Field
Goal
Percentage
in
a
Game–
.714 vs.
Princeton
(12/3/94)
 vs.
St.
Bonaventure
(1/14/88) Highest
3‐Point
Field
Goal
Percentage
in
a
Season–
.404 2003‐04 Most
3‐Point
Field
Goals
Made
in
a
Game–
20 vs.
Temple
(1/31/04) Most
3‐Point
Field
Goals
Made
in
a
Season–
313 2003‐04 Most
3‐Point
Field
Goals
Attempted
in
a
Game–
43 vs.
Boston
College
(3/15/97) Most
3‐Point
Field
Goals
Attempted
in
a
Season–
775 2003‐04

Highest
Steal
Average
in
a
Season–
10.0 1972‐73 Most
Steals
in
a
Game–
18 vs.
Penn
State
(1/26/85) Most
Steals
in
a
Season–
291 2003‐04
and
1972‐73

FIELD
GOALS Highest
Field
Goal
Percentage
in
a
Game–
.683 41‐for‐60
vs.
Northeastern
(12/18/82) Highest
Field
Goal
Percentage
in
a
Season–
.516 1981‐82 Most
Field
Goals
Made
in
a
Game–
53 vs.
Nevada‐Reno
(12/15/71) Most
Field
Goals
Made
in
a
Season–
1,053 1965‐66 Most
Field
Goals
Attempted
in
a
Game–
116 vs.
Catholic
(1/16/46) Most
Field
Goals
Attempted
in
a
Season–
2,441 1965‐66

FREE
THROWS Highest
Free
Throw
Percentage
in
a
Game–
1.000 17‐for‐17
vs.
Delaware
State
(11/26/93) Highest
Free
Throw
Percentage
in
a
Season–
.799 2005‐06
(525‐for‐657) Most
Free
Throws
Made
in
a
Game–

43 vs.
Rhode
Island
(2/22/92) Most
Free
Throws
Made
in
a
Season–
607 1965‐66 Most
Free
Throws
Attempted
in
a
Game–
60 vs.
Morgan
State
(12/4/92) Most
Free
Throws
Attempted
in
a
Season–
947 1955‐56 Most
Consecutive
Free
Throws
Made
in
a
Game–
29 vs.
Xavier
(2/26/66)

REBOUNDS Highest
Rebounding
Average
in
a
Season–
55.6 1990‐91 Most
Rebounds
in
a
Game–
83 vs.
Saint
Peter’s
(2/28/62) Most
Rebounds
in
a
Season–
1,611 1955‐56

ASSISTS Highest
Assist
Average
in
a
Season–
17.9 2000‐01 Most
Assists
in
a
Game–
30 vs.
Alaska‐Anchorage
(12/30/83) Most
Assists
in
a
Season–
590 2000‐01

BLOCKED
SHOTS Highest
Blocked
Shot
Average
in
a
Season–
5.7 1986‐87 Most
Blocked
Shots
in
a
Game–
12 vs.
Cleveland
State
(12/2/87) Most
Blocked
Shots
in
a
Season–
181 2010‐11

PERSONAL
FOULS Most
Personal
Fouls
in
a
Game–
35 vs.
Saint
Francis
(Pa.)
(12/11/57) Most
Personal
Fouls
in
a
Season–
661 1984‐85 Most
Disqualifications
in
a
Game–
8 vs.
Xavier
(1/10/76) Most
Disqualifications
in
a
Season–
40 1975‐76

MISCELLANEOUS Most
Games
Played
in
a
Season–
36 2004‐05 Fewest
Games
Played
in
a
Season–
6 1918‐19 Most
Games
Won
in
a
Season–
30 2003‐04 Fewest
Games
Won
in
a
Season–
3 1918‐19 Most
Games
Lost
in
a
Season–
22 2010‐11,
1911‐12 Fewest
Games
Lost
in
a
Season–
2 2003‐04 Highest
Winning
Percentage
in
a
Season–
.937 2003‐04 Lowest
Winning
Percentage
in
a
Season–
.214 1911‐12 Most
Consecutive
Wins
in
a
Season–
27 (11/14/03
through
3/11/04) Most
Consecutive
Losses
in
a
Season–
12 (12/7/74
through
1/21/75) Largest
Winning
Margin
in
a
Game–
65 Saint
Joseph’s
118
‐
Susquehanna
53
(12/14/66) Largest
Losing
Margin
in
a
Game–
44 Cincinnati
123
‐
Saint
Joseph’s
79
(12/11/59) Most
Points,
Both
Teams
in
a
Game–
247 Saint
Joseph’s
127‐
Utah
120
(3/25/61) Most
Overtime
Periods
in
a
Game–
4 vs.
Utah
(3/25/61) Most
Overtime
Games
in
a
Season–
6 1990‐91
and
1995‐96

The
2003‐04
team
set
the
school
marks
for
victories
(30),
winning
percentage
(.937),
steals
(291)

and 3‐point
field
goals
made
(313)
and
attempted
(775).
The
Hawks
also
achieved
the
program’s
first‐ever number‐one
national
ranking
and
reached
the
NCAA
Elite
Eight.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 84


OPPONENT & CAREER RECORDS OPPONENT
RECORDS

CAREER
SCORING

CAREER
REBOUNDING

INDIVIDUAL SCORING Most
Points
Scored
in
a
Game–
54 Bo
Kimble,
Loyola
Marymount
(1/4/90)

FIELD
GOALS Most
Field
Goals
Made
in
a
Game–
18 Harry
Boykoff,
St.
John’s
(2/8/43) Oscar
Robertson,
Cincinnati
(12/11/59) Most
Field
Goals
Attempted
in
a
Game–
34 Nick
Werkman,
Seton
Hall
(1/5/64)

FREE
THROWS Most
Free
Throws
Made
in
a
Game–
22 Ron
Warner,
Gettysburg
(2/13/62) Most
Free
Throws
Attempted
in
a
Game–
25 Tim
Donovan,
La
Salle
(3/15/16)

REBOUNDS Most
Rebounds
in
a
Game–
31 Art
Quimby,
Connecticut
(12/19/53)

TEAM SCORING Most
Points
Scored
in
a
Half–
67 by
Loyola
Marymount
in
2nd
half
(12/29/90) Most
Points
Scored
in
a
Game–
126 by
Loyola
Marymount
(12/29/90) Most
Points
Scored
in
a
Season–
2,442
 1990‐91

FIELD
GOALS Most
Field
Goals
Made
in
a
Game–
47 by
Cincinnati
(12/11/59) Loyola
Marymount
(12/29/90) Most
Field
Goals
Made
in
an
OT
Game–
50 by
Utah
(3/25/61) Most
Field
Goals
Made
in
a
Season–
866 1990‐91 Most
Field
Goals
Attempted
in
a
Game–103 by
Utah
(3/25/61) Most
Field
Goals
Attempted
in
a
Season–
2,032 1965‐66

FREE
THROWS Most
Free
Throws
Made
in
Game–
45 by
Xavier
(1/10/76) Most
Free
Throws
Made
in
Season–
564 1989‐90 Most
Free
Throws
Attempted
in
a
Game–
64 by
Xavier
(1/10/76) Most
Free
Throws
Attempted
in
a
Season–864 1952‐53

REBOUNDS Most
Rebounds
in
a
Game–
74 by
Temple
(1/25/58) Most
Rebounds
in
a
Season–
1,277 1965‐66

All‐time
leading
scorer
Jameer
Nelson Name 1. Jameer
Nelson 2. Bernard
Blunt
 3. Ahmad
Nivins 4. Craig
Amos
 5. Tony
Costner
 6. Cliff
Anderson
 7. Maurice
Martin
 Norman
Black
 9. Mike
Bantom
 10. Bob
Lojewski
 11. Rodney
Blake
 12. Marvin
O’Connor 13. Boo
Williams
 14. Pat
McFarland
 15. Dan
Kelly
 16. Mike
Hauer
 17. Carlin
Warley
 18. Paul
Senesky
 19. Bob
McNeill
 20. Rap
Curry
 21. Jack
Egan
 22. Darrin
Govens 23. Na’im
Crenshaw 24.
Pat
Carroll 25. Tom
Wynne
 26. Rashid
Bey 27. Bryan
Warrick
 28.
Rob
Ferguson 29.
Pat
Calathes 30. Kurt
Engelbert
 31.
Delonte
West 32. Mark
Bass 33. Reggie
Townsend 34. Billy
Oakes
 35.
Chet
Stachitas 36. Tom
Duff
 37. Damian
Reid Bill
Lynch
 39. Steve
Courtin
 40. Joe
Gallo
 41. Lonnie
McFarlan
 42. Wayne
Williams
 43. Mike
Thomas
 44. Terrell
Myers 45. Dmitri
Domani 46. Jim
Lynam
 47. Bill
Phillips 48. Zane
Major


Seasons 2000‐04 1990‐95 2005‐09 1988‐92 1980‐84 1964‐67 1982‐86 1975‐79 1970‐73 1981‐85 1984‐88 1999‐02 1977‐81 1970‐73 1967‐70 1967‐70 1991‐95 1947‐50 1957‐60 1990‐94 1958‐61 2006‐10 1998‐02 2001‐05 1960‐63 1994‐98 1978‐82 2003‐08 2004‐08 1954‐57 2001‐04 1992‐96 1992‐96 1963–66 2002‐06 1963–66 1998‐02 1952–56 1961–64 1957–60 1980–83 1982‐87 1974‐78 1993‐97 1993‐97 1960‐63
 1999‐02 1975‐79

G 125 119 127 114 120 84 114 104 84 116 116 89 115 84 80 78 114 71 81 107 83 124 111 110 85 121 113 135 127 76 89 105 111 84 130 86 122 94 82 78 86 106 99 118 121 83 93 89

All‐time
leading
rebounder
Cliff
Anderson Pts 2,094 1,985 1,789 1,735 1,730 1,728 1,726 1,726 1,684 1,682 1,679 1,678 1,554 1,545 1,524 1,496 1,480 1,471 1,393 1,372 1,363 1,360 1,325 1,324 1,321 1,316 1,273 1,258 1,251 1,243 1,235 1,205 1,146 1,129 1,122 1,103 1.079 1,079 1,060 1,053 1,052 1,048 1,029 1,024 1,017 1,012 1,007 1,001

Name 1. Cliff
Anderson
 2. Mike
Bantom
 3. Carlin
Warley
 4. Bill
Lynch
 5. Mike
Hauer
 6. Ahmad
Nivins 7. Tony
Costner
 8. Norman
Black
 9. Kurt
Engelbert
 10. Bob
Clarke
 11. Jack
Egan
 12. Boo
Williams
 13. Damian
Reid 14. Ray
Radziszewski
 15.
Dwayne
Jones 16. Rodney
Blake
 17. John
Connolly
 18. Bernard
Blunt
 19. Bob
Lojewski
 20. Tom
Wynne
 21. Tom
Duff
 22. Bill
Phillips 23.
Pat
Calathes 24. Larry
Hofmann
 25. Jim
Boyle
 26. Maurice
Martin
 27. Mike
Thomas
 28. Vince
Kempton
 29. Marty
Ford
 30. Craig
Amos
 31.
Jameer
Nelson 32. Greg
Mullee
 33. Joe
Spratt
 34. Rob
Ferguson 35. Will
Johnson 36. Robert
Haskins 37. Idris
Hilliard Dmitri
Domani 39. Rap
Curry
 40. Henry
Smith
 41. Kevin
Furey
 42. Pat
McFarland


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 85

Seasons 1964‐67 1970‐73 1991‐95 1952‐56 1967‐70 2005‐09 1980‐84 1975‐79 1954‐57 1957‐60 1958‐61 1977‐81 1998‐02 1954‐57 2002‐05 1984‐88 1968‐71 1990‐95 1981‐85 1960‐63 1963‐66 1999‐02 2004‐08 1961‐64 1961‐64 1982‐86 1974‐78 1958‐61 1963‐66 1988‐92 2000‐04 1984‐87 1956‐59 2004‐07 1992‐96 1997‐00 2007‐11 1993‐97 1990‐94 1986‐89 1971‐74 1970‐73

G 84 84 114 94 78 126 120 104 76 81 83 115 122 78 98 116 83 119 116 85 86 93 127 81 79 114 99 71 86 114 125 90 77 135 98 107 128 121 107 79 82 84

Rebs 1,228 1,151 1.138 1,107 976 955 951 906 898 877 871 838 835 834 831 818 780 734 724 720 697 686 630 629 627 622 616 615 594 588 581 564 563 562 535 528 526 526 521 518 511 503


SEASON & GAME LEADERS Single
Season
Marks POINTS Name 1. Marvin
O’Connor
 2. Cliff
Anderson
 3. Jameer
Nelson 4. Pat
Carroll 5. Jack
Egan
 6. Ahmad
Nivins 7. Mike
Bantom
 8. Delonte
West 9.
 Pat
Calathes 10. Jameer
Nelson 11. Steve
Courtin
 12. Paul
Senesky
 13. Pat
McFarland
 14. Mike
Bantom
 15. Bernard
Blunt
 16. Bernard
Blunt
 17.
Carl
Jones 18. Tony
Costner
 19. Dan
Kelly
 20. Maurice
Martin
 21. Rodney
Blake
 22. Dan
Kelly
 Tom
Wynne
 24. Bernard
Blunt
 25. Mike
Hauer
 Cliff
Anderson
 Cliff
Anderson
 28. Ahmad
Nivins Tom
Wynne
 30. Mike
Hauer


REBOUNDS Season 2000‐01 1966‐67 2003‐04 2004‐05 1960‐61 2008‐09 1971‐72 2003‐04 2007‐08 2002‐03 1963‐64 1949‐50 1972‐73 1972‐73 1990‐91 1991‐92 2010‐11 1983‐84 1969‐70 1985‐86 1987‐88 1968‐69 1961‐62 1992‐93 1969‐70 1964‐65 1965‐66 2006‐07 1962‐63 1967‐68

G 33 26 32 36 29 32 28 32 34 30 28 25 28 28 30 28 32 29 26 30 29 28 27 29 27 29 29 31 26 26

Pts 706 690 659 640 636 613 609 604 594 591 579 570 569 568 563 552 545 540 538 534 529 527 527 521 519 519 519 516 516 515

Name 1. Cliff
Anderson
 2.
 Dwayne
Jones 3. Mike
Bantom
 4. Cliff
Anderson
 5. Bill
Lynch
 6. Ahmad
Nivins 7. Cliff
Anderson
 Ray
Radziszewski 9. Mike
Bantom
 10. Mike
Bantom
 11. Mike
Hauer
 12. Jack
Egan
 13. John
Doogan
 14. Kurt
Engelbert
 15. Bill
Lynch
 16. Kurt
Engelbert
 17. Will
Johnson
 18. Carlin
Warley
 19. Mike
Hauer
 20. Bob
Clarke
 21. Carlin
Warley 22. Vince
Kempton
 23. John
Connolly
 Larry
Hofmann
 25. Mike
Hauer
 26. Bill
Phillips

ASSISTS
 Season 1964‐65 2004‐05 1971‐72 1965‐66 1955‐56 2008‐09 1966‐67 1956‐57 1970‐71 1972‐73 1967‐68 1960‐61 1952‐53 1955‐56 1953‐54 1956‐57 1995‐96 1993‐94 1969‐70 1959‐60 1994‐95 1960‐61 1970‐71 1963‐64 1968‐69 2000‐01

G 29 36 28 29 29 32 26 24 28 28 26 29 25 27 23 24 32 28 27 27 29 30 28 28 25 33

Reb 450 418 413 406 381 378 372 372 370 368 359 348 347 338 336 332 326 318 317 312 309 306 305 305 300 294

Name 1.
 Jameer
Nelson 2.
 Jameer
Nelson Dwayne
Lee 4.
 Tasheed
Carr Matt
Guokas,
Jr. 6.
 Bob
McNeill Rap
Curry 8.
 Rap
Curry 9.
 Bruiser
Flint 10.
Jameer
Nelson 11.
Luke
Griffin 12.
Rashid
Bey 13.
Matt
Guokas,
Jr. 14.
Rashid
Bey 15.
Jim
O’Brien 16.
Delonte
West Bryan
Warrick 18.
Rap
Curry 19.
Jim
Lynam 20.
Jameer
Nelson 21.
Dwayne
Lee 22.
Ivan
Brown 23.
Bob
McNeill 24.
Tasheed
Carr Geoff
Arnold 25.
Jeffery
Clark 26.
Luke
Griffin 27.
Jim
Lynam 28.
Maurice
Martin 29.
Garrett
Williamson 30. Luke
Griffin

Season 2000‐01 2001‐02 2004‐05 2007‐08 1965‐66 1958‐59 1993‐94 1990‐91 1986‐87 2003‐04 1978‐79 1995‐96 1964‐65 1996‐97 1973‐74 2003‐04 1981‐82 1992‐93 1960‐61 2002‐03 2005‐06 1987‐88 1959‐60 2008‐09 1985‐86 1981‐82 1977‐78 1961‐62 1982‐83 2009‐10 1979‐80

G 33 30 36 30 29 27 28 30 28 32 30 32 29 33 30 32 30 29 30 30 33 29 27 31 32 29 26 27 28 31 30

Ast 213 188 188 176 176 175 175 172 171 170 161 159 155 153 152 151 151 148 147 142 141 136 135 134 134 130 128 123 121 120 119

Single
Game
Marks POINTS

REBOUNDS

ASSISTS

Name Opponent Date Pts 1. Tony
Costner
 Ak.‐Anchorage
 12/30/83 47 Jack
Egan
 Gettysburg
 1/21/61 47 3. George
Senesky Rutgers 2/3/43 44 4. Pat
McFarland
 Fairfield
 2/9/72 41 5. Ed
Garrity
 Rhode
Island
 2/4/53 40 6.
 Jameer
Nelson Dayton 3/14/03 39 Cliff
Anderson
 Rhode
Island
 12/28/66 39 Larry
Kenney
 Blue
Ridge
 2/11/41 39 9. George
Senesky
 Gettysburg
 2/20/43 38 10. Marvin
O’Connor
Stanford 3/17/01 37 Marvin
O’Connor La
Salle 3/3/01 37 Tom
Wynne
 Gettysburg
 2/13/62 37 13. Bernard
Blunt
 Loyola
Marym’t 12/29/90 36 Mike
Hauer Indiana 12/30/68 36 Cliff
Anderson Villanova
 2/20/65 36 Kurt
Engelbert Davidson
 12/17/56 36 John
Hughes John
Carroll
 2/26/52 36 18. Norman
Black Rider 12/6/77 35 Norman
Black La
Salle
 2/17/77 35 Mike
Bantom Saint
Francis
(Pa.) 11/15/72 35 Mike
Bantom Purdue
 12/30/71 35 Jack
Egan Seton
Hall
 12/31/60 35 23. Ahmad
Nivins Duquesne 1/21/09 34 Jameer
Nelson Gonzaga 12/31/02 34 Jameer
Nelson G.
Washington 1/10/01 34 Rashid
Bey Duquesne 1/17/98 34 Craig
Amos Wright
State
 12/6/91 34 Rodney
Blake Rhode
Island
 1/9/88 34 Mike
Morrow Hofstra
 2/13/80 34 29. 13
players
 33 (last‐
Jameer
Nelson
vs.
Liberty,
3/18/04)

Name Opponent
 Date Reb 1. John
Doogan

 West
Chester
St. 2/18/53 34 2. Cliff
Anderson La
Salle
 2/26/67 32 3. Larry
Hofmann Saint
Peter’s
 2/28/62 31 4. Larry
Hofmann Xavier
 12/20/63 29 5. Tom
Wynne
 Gettysburg 2/13/62 27 6. Cliff
Anderson Holy
Cross
 12/26/64 26 Cliff
Anderson Albright
 12/13/65 26 Mike
Bantom Saint
Francis
(Pa.) 1/15/72 26 Mike
Hauer Rider
 2/5/69 26 10. Mike
Hauer
 Wake
Forest
 2/28/68 25 Ray
Radziszewski Pa.
Military
 2/4/57 25 12. Bill
Lynch Delaware
 3/4/56
 24 Jack
Egan Gettysburg 1/21/61 24 14. Bill
Lynch Furman
 2/11/56 23 Kurt
Engelbert Pennsylvania
 1/28/56 23 16. Mike
Bantom La
Salle
 1/6/73 22 Mike
Bantom West
Chester
 2/14/72 22 Mike
Bantom Utah
 12/29/70 22 Mike
Bantom Fairfield
 12/12/70 22 Bob
Clarke Saint
Francis
(Pa.)
 12/11/57 22 21. Carlin
Warley Loyola
(Md.) 12/4/93 21 Mike
Bantom St.
John’s
 2/21/73 21 Bill
Lynch La
Salle
 1/4/56 21 24. Five
tied
 20 (last‐
Ahmad
Nivins
vs.
Rhode
Island,
1/10/09)

Name 1. Rap
Curry Tom
Haggerty 3. Bob
McNeill 4. Tasheed
Carr Jameer
Nelson Jameer
Nelson Rap
Curry Maurice
Martin Luke
Griffin Bob
McNeill 11. Dwayne
Lee Jameer
Nelson Luke
Griffin Luke
Griffin 15. Garrett
Williamson Jameer
Nelson Jameer
Nelson Jameer
Nelson Jameer
Nelson Jameer
Nelson Rashid
Bey Rashid
Bey Geoff
Arnold Bryan
Warrick

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 86

Opponent
 Drexel
 Fairfield
 Lafayette
 Fair.
Dickinson Temple Xavier West
Virginia Temple
 Catholic
 Elizabethtown
 Temple G.
Washington La
Salle
 Brigham
Young
 Massachusetts Gonzaga Georgia
State Duquesne Dayton Colorado Massachusetts
 UC‐Santa
Barbara Richmond Northeastern

Date Ast 11/28/90 14 2/21/76 14 1/30/59 13 11/12/07 12 3/3/02 12 1/20/01 12 11/28/90 12 1/22/83 12 12/4/78 12 12/6/58 12 2/22/05 11 1/19/02 11 2/17/79 11 12/8/78 11 1/27/10 10 11/14/03 10 12/21/01 10 2/25/01 10 1/14/01 10 11/26/00 10 2/21/98 10 12/21/95 10 3/14/86 10 3/12/82 10


SEASON & CAREER LEADERS Single
Season

BLOCKED
SHOTS Name 1. Rodney
Blake
 2. Dwayne
Jones 3. Tony
Costner
 4.
 Ahmad
Nivins 5. Alexandre
Sazonov 6. Boo
Williams
 7. C.J.
Aiken 8. Rob
Ferguson 9. Garrett
Williamson 10. Damian
Reid

FIELD
GOAL
PCT.
(Minimum
100
made) Name 1.
 Ahmad
Nivins 2. Ahmad
Nivins 3. Damian
Reid 4.
 Damian
Reid 5. Ahmad
Nivins 6. Reggie
Townsend 7. Maurice
Martin
 8. Rodney
Blake
 9. Tony
Costner
 10. Rodney
Blake
 Will
Johnson

Season 2007‐08 2006‐07 2000‐01 2001‐02 2008‐09 1994‐95 1983‐84 1986‐87 1983‐84 1987‐88 1995‐96

G 33 31 33 31 32 29 28 24 29 29 32

Pct .647 .631 .615 .613 .612 .581 .577 .565 .563 .561 .561

Season 2003‐04 2010‐11 1992‐93 1980‐81 1981‐82 2006‐07 1989‐90 2005‐06 1999‐00 1963‐64 1971‐72

G 32 33 29 33 29 32 25 33 29 28 28

Pct .892 .887 .869 .861 .850 .846 .843 .840 .838 .832 .832

Season 1966‐67 2003‐04 1963‐64 1965‐66 1964‐65 1981‐82 1980‐81 1967‐68 1961‐62 1965‐66

G 26 32 28 29 29 29 33 26 28 29

Stl 104 95 94 94 90 82 77 76 76 76

Season 1985‐86 2010‐11 1987‐88 2004‐05 1984‐85 1986‐87 1981‐82 2000‐01 2003‐04 1982‐83 2002‐03

G 32 33 29 36 31 24 30 33 32 28 30

Blk 121 117 116 109 95 87 66 65 63 60 60

G 36 32 32 29 32 30 27 33 28 29

3FG 135 99 91 89 81 76 76 75 75 75

STEALS Name 1. Bill
DeAngelis
 2.
 Jameer
Nelson 3. Steve
Courtin
 Cliff
Anderson
 5. Matt
Guokas,
Jr.
 6. Jeffery
Clark
 7. Jeffery
Clark
 8. Bill
DeAngelis
 Bob
Gormley
 Matt
Guokas,
Jr.


BLOCKED
SHOTS Name 1. Rodney
Blake
 2. C.J.
Aiken 3. Rodney
Blake
 4. Dwayne
Jones 5. Rodney
Blake
 6. Rodney
Blake
 7. Tony
Costner
 8. Alexander
Sazonov 9.
 Dwayne
Jones 10. Tony
Costner
 Dwayne
Jones

3‐POINT
FIELD
GOALS Name Pat
Carroll Marvin
O’Connor Mark
Bass Brian
Leahy
 Pat
Carroll Pat
Carroll Rashid
Bey 8. Chet
Stachitas Marvin
O’Connor Brian
Leahy


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Season 2004‐05 2000‐01 1995‐96 1988‐89 2003‐04 2002‐03 1997‐98 2005‐06 1999‐00 1987‐88

G 116 98 120 126 114 115 33 135 129 122

Blk 419 232 212 166 147 142 117 109 104 87

Seasons 2000‐04 1990‐94 1976‐80 1994‐98 1957‐60 2006‐10 1982‐86 1983‐87 1960‐63 1971‐74

G 125 107 107 121 81 129 114 119 83 84

Ast 713 580 523 509 442 416 415 402 390 373

G 98 124 89 125 105 114 111 118 89 130 107

3FG 294 244 231 229 225 198 189 175 174 171 171

ASSISTS Name 1. Jameer
Nelson 2. Rap
Curry
 3. Luke
Griffin
 4. Rashid
Bey 5. Bob
McNeill
 6. Garrett
Williamson 7. Maurice
Martin
 8. Bruiser
Flint
 9. Jim
Lynam
 10. Jim
O’Brien


FREE
THROW
PCT.
(Minimum
50
made) Name 1.
 Delonte
West 2. Langston
Galloway 3. Mark
Bass
 4. Jeffery
Clark
 5. Jeffery
Clark
 6. Pat
Calathes 7. Chris
Gardler
 8. Abdulai
Jalloh 9. Bill
Phillips 10. Steve
Courtin
 Jim
McCollum


Seasons 1984‐88 2002‐05 1980‐85 2005‐09 1998‐03 1977‐81 2010‐present 2003‐08 2006‐10 1998‐02

Rodney
 Blake
 is
 the
 Hawks’
 leader
 in
 career blocked
shots
with
419.


Career FIELD
GOAL
PCT.
(Minimum
250
made) Name 1. Ahmad
Nivins 2. Damian
Reid 3. Rodney
Blake
 4. Reggie
Townsend 5. Bill
Phillips 6. Mike
Thomas
 7. Maurice
Martin
 8. John
Smith
 9. Idris
Hilliard 10. Tony
Costner


Seasons 2005‐09 1998‐02 1984‐88 1992‐96 1999‐02 1974‐78 1982‐86 1978‐81 2007‐11 1980‐84

G 126 122 116 111 93 99 114 92 128 120

Pct .627 .554 .545 .542 .527 .521 .515 .511 .509 .508

3‐POINT
FIELD
GOALS Name 1. Pat
Carroll 2. Darrin
Govens 3. Marvin
O’Connor 4.
 Jameer
Nelson 5. Mark
Bass
 6. Craig
Amos
 7. Na’im
Crenshaw 8. Terrell
Myers
 9. Brian
Leahy
 10. Chet
Stachitas Rap
Curry


Seasons 2001‐05 2006‐10 1999‐02 2000‐04 1992‐96 1988‐92 1998‐02 1993‐97 1985‐89 2002‐06 1990‐94

Current
players
in
bold

FREE
THROW
PCT.
(Minimum
100
made) Name 1. Jeffery
Clark
 2. Abdulai
Jalloh Delonte
West 4. Pat
Calathes 5. Chris
Gardler
 6. Jim
McCollum
 7. Bob
McNeill
 8. Greg
Mullee
 9. Ron
Righter
 10.
Mark
Bass

Seasons 1977‐82 2004‐06 2001‐04 2004‐08 1989‐91 1969‐72 1957‐60 1984‐87 1973‐75 1992‐96

G 118 69 89 127 53 72 81 90 55 105


Pct .837 .831 .831 .827 .825 .820 .819 .815 .811 .809

Seasons 2000‐04 1977‐82 1982‐86 1976‐80 1964‐67 1961‐64 1965‐68 1990‐94 1978‐82 1970‐74

G 125 118 114 107 84 82 65 107 113 86

Stl 256 250 248 236 212 208 195 195 181 175

STEALS Name Jameer
Nelson Jeffery
Clark
 Maurice
Martin
 Luke
Griffin
 Cliff
Anderson
 Steve
Courtin
 Bill
DeAngelis
 Rap
Curry
 9. Bryan
Warrick
 10. Mike
Moody


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

Pat
 Carroll
 owns
 all
 of
 SJU’s
 3‐point
 shooting records
after
finishing
his
career
with
294,
while hitting
a
record
135
in
2004‐05.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 87


1,000-POINT SCORERS

Jameer
Nelson

Tony
Costner

Maurice
Martin

Norman
Black

YEAR 2000‐01 2001‐02 2002‐03 2003‐04 Totals

GP‐GS 33‐33 30‐30 30‐30 32‐32 125‐125

FG‐FGA 131‐284 144‐329 194‐444 234‐493 703‐1550

FG% .461 .438 .437 .475 .453

1.
JAMEER
NELSON
‐
2,094
POINTS 3PT 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB 41‐110 .373 109‐133 .820 133 51‐142 .359 93‐122 .762 144 64‐189 .339 139‐180 .772 154 73‐187 .390 118‐149 .792 150 229‐628 .364 459‐584 .785 581

AVG 4.0 4.8 5.1 4.7 4.6

AST 213 188 142 170 713

BL 2 1 6 0 9

ST 55 40 66 95 256

PTS 412 432 591 659 2094

AVG 12.5 14.4 19.7 20.6 16.7

YEAR 1990‐91 1991‐92 1992‐93 1993‐94 1994‐95 TOTALS

GP‐GS 30‐30 28‐28 29‐29 3‐3 29‐28 119‐118

FG‐FGA 212‐507 191‐423 164‐442 14‐26 105‐327 686‐1725

FG% .418 .452 .371 .538 .321 .398

2.
BERNARD
BLUNT
‐
1,985
POINTS 3PT 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB 47‐147 .320 92‐130 .708 194 35‐106 .330 135‐197 .685 196 45‐138 .326 148‐204 .725 166
 1‐2 .500 7‐7 1.000 13 27‐96 .281 76‐102 .745 165 155‐489
 .317 458‐640 .716 734

AVG 6.5 7.0 5.7 4.3 5.7 6.2

AST 78 87 60 9 66 299

BL 17 8 10 0 7 42

ST 50 42 32 0 33 157

PTS 563
 552 521 36 313 1985

AVG 18.8 19.7 18.0 12.0 10.8 16.7

YEAR 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 2008‐09 Totals

GP‐GS 30‐12 31‐31 33‐33 32‐32 126‐108

FG‐FGA 68‐111 176‐279 165‐255 205‐335 614‐980

FG% .613 .631 .647 .612 .627

3.
AHMAD
NIVINS
‐
1,789
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB .000 48‐68 .706 149 .000 164‐242 .678 235 .000 146‐197 .741 193 .000 203‐258 .787 378 .000 561‐765 .733 955

AVG 5.0 7.6 5.8 11.8 7.6

AST 8 11 16 32 67

BL 39 32 39 56 166

ST 12 32 22 26 92

PTS 184
 516 476 613 1789

AVG 6.1 16.6 14.4 19.2 14.2

YEAR 1988‐89 1989‐90 1990‐91 1991‐92 TOTALS

GP‐GS FG‐FGA 29‐10 115‐325

 28‐28 147‐372 30‐30 166‐382 27‐27 151‐353 114‐95 579‐1432

4.
CRAIG
AMOS
‐
1,735
POINTS 3PT 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG AST 43‐121 .355 52‐92 .565


 100


 3.4


 28 60‐145 .414 94‐118 .797 180


 6.4

 30 54‐156 .346 94‐115

 .817 143 4.8 24
 41‐105 .390 139‐193 .720 165 6.1 23 198‐527 .376 379‐518


 .732 588 5.7 105

BL 8


 12

 18

 12 50



ST 25 25 20 24 94

PTS 325 448 480 482 1735

AVG 11.2 16.0 16.0 17.9 15.2

FG% .325 .395 .435 .428 .404

3PT 0‐1 0‐1 0‐0 0‐1 0‐3

YEAR 1980‐81 1981‐82 1982‐83 1983‐84 Totals

GP 33 30 28 29 120

FG‐FGA 126‐271 168‐317 159‐339 180‐320 633‐1247

FG% .465 .530 .469 .563 .507

3PT ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

5.
TONY
COSTNER
‐
1,730
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB ‐
‐ 77‐104 .740 223 ‐
‐ 100‐150 .667 226 ‐
‐ 106‐143 .741 262 ‐
‐ 180‐233 .773 240 ‐
‐ 463‐630 .734 951

AVG 6.8 7.5 9.3 8.3 8.0

AST 29 43 24 35 131

BL 35 66 60 51 212

ST 16 20 21 32 89

PTS 329 436 425 540 1730

AVG 10.0 14.5 15.2 18.6 14.5

YEAR 1964‐65 1965‐66 1966‐67 Totals

GP 29 29 26 84

FG‐FGA 196‐478 192‐426 243‐605 631‐1509

FG% .410 .450 .402 .418

3PT ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

6.
CLIFF
ANDERSON
‐
1,728
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB ‐
‐ 127‐209 .608 450 ‐
‐ 135‐213 .633 406 ‐
‐ 204‐279 .731 372 ‐
‐ 466‐701 .665 1228

AVG 15.5 14.0 14.3 14.6

AST 51 61 69 181

BL ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

ST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ 52 212

PTS 519
 519 690 1728

AVG 17.9 17.9 26.5 20.7

YEAR 1982‐83 1983‐84 1984‐85 1985‐86 Totals

GP‐GS 28‐28 28‐26 28‐27 28‐26 114‐109

FG‐FGA 105‐203 190‐329 172‐351 198‐406 665‐1289

FG% .517 .577 .490 .488 .515

7
(tie).
MAURICE
MARTIN
‐
1,726
POINTS 3PT 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG 0‐0 .000 82‐114 .719 135 4.8 0‐0 .000 58‐82 .707 140 5.0 23‐57 .404 95‐126 .754 173 6.2 0‐0 .000 138‐184 .750 174 5.8 23‐57 .404 373‐506 .737 622 5.4

AST 121 101 98 95 415

BL 21 22 21 11 75

ST 74 68 52 54 248

PTS 292 438 462 534 1726

AVG 10.4 15.6 14.2 17.8 15.1

YEAR 1975‐76 1976‐77 1977‐78 1978‐79 TOTALS

GP 26 26 22 30 104


FG‐FGA 181‐410 182‐391 161‐316 188‐411 712‐1528

FG% .441 .465 .509 .457 .466

3PT ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

7
(tie).
NORMAN
BLACK
‐
1,726
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG ‐
‐ 78‐119



 .655 248 9.5 ‐
‐ 70‐113


 .619 198 7.6 ‐
‐ 66‐111 .595 211 9.6 ‐
‐ 88‐110 .800 249 8.3 ‐
‐ 302‐453 .667 906 8.7

AST 31 40 42 39 152

BL ST ‐
‐ 25 ‐
‐ 33 ‐
‐ 22 ‐
‐




 25 ‐
‐ 115

PTS 440 434 388 464 1726

AVG 16.9 16.7 17.5 15.5 16.6

YEAR GP‐GS 1970‐71 28 1971‐72 28 1972‐73 28 Totals 84

FG‐FGA 194‐411 231‐492 229‐475



 654‐1378

FG% .472 .469 .482 .474

3PT ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

9.
MIKE
BANTOM
‐
1,684
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB ‐
‐ 111‐170 .653 370 ‐
‐ 147‐203 .724 413 ‐
‐ 110‐155 .710 368 ‐
‐ 368‐528 .697 1151

AVG 13.2 14.8 13.1 13.7

AST 36 ‐
‐ 64 ‐
‐

BL ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

ST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ 43 ‐
‐

PTS 507 609 568 1684

AVG 18.1 21.8 20.3 20.0

YEAR 1981‐82 1982‐83 1983‐84 1984‐85 Totals

FG‐FGA 102‐167 184‐339 174‐369 173‐363 633‐1257

FG% .611 .543 .471 .476 .503

3PT ‐
‐ 0‐0 ‐
‐ 1‐3 ‐
‐

10.
BOB
LOJEWSKI
‐
1,682
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB ‐
‐ 78‐108 .722 126 .000 105‐147 .714 201 ‐
‐ 98‐135 .726 198 .333 134‐187 .717 199 ‐
‐ 415‐577 .719 724

AVG 4.2 7.7 6.8 6.4 6.2

AST 8 19 56 32 115

BL 24 40 32 24 120

ST 8 16 21 16 61

PTS 282 473 446 481 1682

AVG 9.4 18.2 15.4 15.5 14.5

GP‐GS 30‐22 26‐26 29‐29 31‐30 116‐107

Bob
Lojewski

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 88


1,000-POINT SCORERS YEAR 1984‐85 1985‐86 1986‐87 1987‐88 Totals

Boo
Williams

Mike
Hauer

Carlin
Warley

YEAR 1998‐99 1999‐00 2000‐01 2001‐02 Totals

GP‐GS 31‐30 32‐32 24‐24 29‐29 116‐115

FG‐FGA 119‐242 175‐318 157‐278 211‐376 662‐1214

FG% .492 .550 .565 .561 .545

3PT 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0 0‐0

GP‐GS FG‐FGA FG% Redshirt
(transfer) 28‐28 155‐380 .408 32‐32 240‐516 .465 29‐29 184‐429 .429 89‐89 579‐1325 .437

3PT

11.
RODNEY
BLAKE
‐
1,679
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB .000 58‐104 .558 185 .000 82‐126 .651 227 .000 109‐140 .779 171 .000 107‐161 .665 235 .000 356‐531 .670 818

AVG 6.0 7.1 7.1 8.1 7.1

AST 11 12 10 18 51

BL 95 121 87 116 419

12.
MARVIN
O’CONNOR
‐
1,678
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG

73‐206 99‐265 59‐206 231‐677

.354 .374 .286 .341

81‐110 127‐188 81‐113 289‐411

.736 .676 .717 .703

123 119 121 363

13.
BOO
WILLIAMS
‐
1,554
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB ‐
‐ 125‐176 .710 239 ‐
‐ 65‐109 .596 146 ‐
‐ 107‐159 .673 237 ‐
‐ 95‐145 .655 217 ‐
‐ 392‐589 .665 839

ST 15 11 3 11 40

PTS 295 432 423 529 1679

AVG 9.5 13.5 17.6 18.2 14.5

AST

BL

ST

PTS

AVG

4.4 3.7 4.2 4.1

72 82 72 226

2 1
 1 4

31 36 18 85

464 706 508 1678

16.6 22.1 17.5 18.8

AVG 8.5 6.1 7.9 6.6 838

AST 8 10 6 11 7.3

BL 38 24 48 32 142

ST 18 11 15 13 57

PTS 481 247 417 409 1554

AVG 17.2 10.3 13.9 12.4 13.5

YEAR 1977‐78 1978‐79 1979‐80 1980‐81 Totals

GP 28 24 30 33 115

FG‐FGA 178‐352 91‐203 155‐334 157‐335 581‐1224

FG% .506 .448 .464 .469 .475

3PT ‐
‐
 ‐
‐
 ‐
‐
 ‐
‐ ‐
‐


YEAR 1970‐71 1971‐72 1972‐73 Totals

GP 28 28
 28 84

FG‐FGA 204‐488 217‐496 256‐476 677‐1460

FG% .418 .438 .538 .464

3PT ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

14.
PAT
McFARLAND
‐
1,545
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG ‐
‐ 69‐95 .726 153 5.5 ‐
‐ 65‐82 .793 189 6.8 ‐
‐ 57‐76 .750 161 5.8 ‐
‐ 191‐253 .755 503 5.9

AST 59 ‐
‐ 66 ‐
‐

BL ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

ST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ 55 ‐
‐

PTS 477 499 569 1545

AVG 17.0 17.8
 20.3 18.4

YEAR 1967‐68 1968‐69 1969‐70 Totals

GP 26 28 26 80

FG‐FGA 156‐367 206‐498 204‐483 566‐1348

FG% .425 .414 .422 .419

3PT ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

15.
DAN
KELLY
‐
1,524
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG ‐
‐ 147‐187 .786 59 2.3 ‐
‐ 115‐153 .752 88 3.1 ‐
‐ 130‐157 .828 79 3.0 ‐
‐ 392‐497 .789 226 2.8

AST 81 107 42 230

BL ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

ST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

PTS 459 527 538 1524

AVG 17.7 18.3 20.7 19.1

YEAR 1967‐68 1968‐69 1969‐70 Totals

GP 26 25 27 78

FG‐FGA 160‐328 177‐388 170‐378 507‐1094

FG% .488 .456 .450 .463

3PT ‐
‐ ‐
‐
 ‐
‐ ‐
‐


16.
MIKE
HAUER
‐
1,496
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB ‐
‐ 142‐199 .714 359 ‐
‐ 161‐219 .735 300 ‐
‐ 179‐241 .743 317 ‐
‐ 482‐659 .731 976

AVG 13.8 12.0 11.7 12.5

AST 58 56 32 146

BL ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

ST 32 ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

PTS 462 515 519 1496

AVG 17.8 20.6 19.2 19.2

YEAR 1991‐92 1992‐93 1993‐94 1994‐95 Totals

GP‐GS 28‐28 29‐29 28‐28 29‐29 114‐114

FG‐FGA 102‐197 115‐232 143‐304 104‐247 464‐980

FG% .518 .496 .470 .421 .473

3PT 5‐18 3‐12 4‐21 8‐30 20‐81

17.
CARLIN
WARLEY
‐
1,480
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG .278 116‐167 .695 251 9.0 .250 116‐178 .652 260 9.0 .190 169‐247 .684 318 11.4 .267 131‐197 .665 309 10.7 .246 532‐789 .674 1138 9.9

AST 39 54 55 65 213

BL 11 34 23 17 85

ST 21 28 22 27 98

PTS 325 349 459 347 1480

AVG 11.6 12.0 16.4 12.0 12.9

YEAR 1947‐48 1948‐49 1949‐50 Totals

GP 23 23 25 71

FG‐FGA 170 192 228 590

FG% ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

3PT ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

18.
PAUL
SENESKY
‐
1,471
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG ‐
‐ 79 ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ 98 ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ 114 ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ 291 ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

AST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

BL ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

ST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

PTS 419 482
 570 1471


AVG 18.2 21.0 22.8 20.7

YEAR 1957‐58 1958‐59 1959‐60 Totals

GP 27 27 27 81

FG‐FGA 188‐425 168‐377 175‐424 531‐1226

FG% .555 .446 .412 .433

3PT ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

19.
BOB
McNEILL
‐
1,393
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG ‐
‐ 125‐151 .829 150 5.7 ‐
‐ 106‐131 .809 131 4.9 ‐
‐ 100‐122 .819 117 4.3 ‐
‐ 331‐404 .819 398 4.9

AST 132 175 135 442

BL ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

ST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

PTS 501 442 450 1393

AVG 18.7 16.4 16.7 17.2

YEAR 1990‐91 1991‐92 1992‐93 1993‐94 TOTALS

GP‐GS 30‐30 20‐19 29‐29 28‐28 107‐106

FG‐FGA 136‐335 79‐196 112‐301 123‐333 450‐1165

FG% .406 .403 .372 .369 .386

20.
RAP
CURRY
‐
1,372
POINTS 3PT 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG 40‐130 .308 93‐134


 .694 161 5.4 25‐84 .298 71‐102

 .696 83 4.2 50‐156 .372 87‐122


 .713 122 4.2 56‐166 .337 50‐75 .667 155 5.5 171‐536 .319 301‐433
 .695 521 4.9

AST 172 85 148 175 580

BL ST 13

 70 5


 38 15

 40 12

 47 45

 195


PTS 405 254 361 352 1372

AVG 13.5 12.7 12.4 12.6 12.8

Bob
McNeill

Rap
Curry

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 89


1,000-POINT SCORERS

Pat
Carroll

Rashid
Bey

Bryan
Warrick

GP 27 27 29 83

FG‐FGA 127‐270 165‐377 247‐600 539‐1247

FG% .470 .437 .412 .432

YEAR 2006‐07 2007‐08 2008‐09 2009‐10 TOTALS

GP‐GS 27‐6 34‐34 32‐31 31‐31 124‐102

FG‐FGA 69‐170 116‐308 137‐362 147‐374 469‐1214

FG% .406 .377 .378 .393 .386

22.
DARRIN
GOVENS
‐
1,360
POINTS 3PT 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG 33‐83 .398 27‐34 .794 38 1.4 68‐181 .376 33‐46 .717 68 2.0 72‐208 .346 53‐73 .726 85 2.7 71‐207 .343 65‐92 .707 114 3.7 244‐679 .359 178‐245 .727 305 2.5

YEAR 1998‐99 1999‐00 2000‐01 2001‐02 Totals

GP‐GS FG‐FGA 30‐30 112‐310 28‐28 108‐286 23‐1 82‐196 30‐29 145‐347 111‐88 535‐1139

FG% .361 .378 .418 .418 .470

YEAR 2001‐02 2002‐03 2003‐04 2004‐05 Totals

GP‐GS 13‐2 30‐30 32‐32 35‐35 110‐99

FG‐FGA 4‐13 115‐248 110‐238 212‐485 441‐984

FG% .308 .464 .462 .437 .448

YEAR 1960‐61 1961‐62 1962‐63 Totals

GP 30 27 28 85

FG‐FGA 109‐304 213‐531 205‐554 529‐1389

FG% .358 .401 .370 .380

GP‐GS FG‐FGA 29‐4 40‐110 32‐32 90‐249 33‐33 168‐387 27‐27 149‐377 121‐93 447‐1123

FG% .364 .361 .434 .395 .398

YEAR 1994‐95 1995‐96 1996‐97 1997‐98 Totals

Pat
Calathes

BL ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

ST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

PTS 305 422 636 1363

AVG 11.3 15.6 21.9 16.4

AST 67 80 84 92 323

BL 2 2 3 6 13

ST 17 44 52 47 160

PTS 198 333 399 430 1360

AVG 7.3 9.8 12.5 13.9 11.0

23.
NA’IM
CRENSHAW
‐
1,325
POINTS 3PT 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG 47‐124 .379 49‐81 .605 100 3.3 37‐104 .356 74‐101 .733 108 3.9 39‐98 .398 60‐79 .759 75 3.3 63‐172 .366 62‐90 .689 111 3.7 186‐498 .373 245‐351 .698 394 3.5

AST 86 84 45 49 264

BL 5 4 1 4 14

ST 29 15 7 9 60

PTS 320 327 263 415 1325

AVG 10.7 11.7 11.4 13.8 11.9

24.
PAT
CARROLL
‐
1,324
POINTS 3PT 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG 2‐4 .500 6‐8 .750 12
 0.9 76‐169 .450 38‐50 .760 104 3.5 81‐177 .458 23‐29 .793 114 3.6 135‐311 .434 81‐110 .736 135 3.9 294‐661 .445 148‐197 .751 365 3.3

AST 3 35 31 67 136

BL 2 6 6 11 25

ST 1 19 21 28 69

PTS 16 344 324 640 1324

AVG 1.2 11.5 10.1 18.3 12.0

AVG 6.3 10.0 9.3 8.5

AST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

BL ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

ST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

PTS 278 527 516 1321

AVG 9.2 19.5 18.4 15.5

26.
RASHID
BEY
‐
1,316
POINTS 3PT 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG 9‐21 .429 28‐39 .718 38 1.3 14‐55 .255 54‐83 .651 100 3.1 70‐176 .398 89‐112 .795 119 3.6 76‐215 .353 82‐109 .752 89 3.3 169‐467 .362 253‐343 .738 346 2.9

AST 67 159 153 130 509

BL 7 1 6 3 17

ST 18 37 62 48 165

PTS 117 248 495 456 1316

AVG 4.0 7.8 15.0 16.9 10.9

3PT ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

25.
TOM
WYNNE
‐
1,321
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB ‐
‐ 64‐84 .645


 190 ‐
‐ 101‐134

 .754



 270 ‐
‐ 106‐150
 .707 260 ‐
‐ 271‐368

 .736 720

FG% .403 .473 .451 .507 .474

3PT ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

27.
BRYAN
WARRICK
‐
1,273
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG ‐
‐ 16‐24 .667

 23 1.0 ‐
‐ 75‐102



 .735

 81 2.7 ‐
‐ 71‐104




 .683

 79
 2.7 ‐
‐ 97‐125



 .776

 97 3.2 ‐
‐ 259‐355


 .730
 280
 2.5

AST 18 94 88 151 351

BL 2 10 8 16 36

ST 12 51 56 62

 181

PTS 78 357 391 447 1273

AVG 3.3 11.9 13.5 14.9 11.3

YEAR 2003‐04 2004‐05 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 Totals

GP‐GS FG‐FGA FG% ‐
‐
‐
Redshirt
‐
‐
‐ 36‐0 56‐124 .452 33‐33 141‐281 .502 32‐32 146‐314 .465 34‐34 155‐300 .517 135‐99 498‐1019 .489

3PT

28.
ROB
FERGUSON
‐
1,258
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG

AST

BL

ST

PTS

AVG

9‐31 35‐88 39‐91 59‐133 142‐343

85
 146 168 163
 562


2.4 4.4 5.3 4.8 4.2

24 53 42 39 158

12 28 30 39 109

8 22 29 26 85

137
 355 361
 405
 1258

3.8 10.8 11.3 11.9 9.3

YEAR 2004‐05 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 Totals


GP‐GS 28‐0 33‐2 32‐32 34‐34 127‐68

FG‐FGA 22‐62 55‐144 144‐316 189‐422 410‐944

FG% .355 .382 .456 .448 .434

29.
PAT
CALATHES
‐
1,251
POINTS 3PT 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB 4‐26 .154 6‐13 .462 32 14‐41 .341 34‐38 .895 115 47‐112 .420 110‐130 .846 228 74‐85 .400 142‐172 .826 255 139‐364 .382 292‐353 .827 630

AVG 1.1 3.5 7.1 7.5 5.0

AST 27 60 116 92 295

BL 5 9 28 42 84

ST 4 14 17 42 77

PTS 54
 158 445 594 1251

AVG 1.9 4.8 13.9 17.5 9.9

YEAR 1954‐55 1955‐56 1956‐57 Totals

GP 25 27 24 76

FG‐FGA 113‐270 171‐357 173‐383 457‐1010

FG% .418 .479 .452 .452

30.
KURT
ENGELBERT
‐
1,243
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG ‐
‐ 73‐107 .676 228 9.1 ‐
‐ 116‐159 .729 338 12.5 ‐
‐ 140‐193 .725 332 13.8 ‐
‐ 329‐459 .718 898 11.8

AST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ 28 ‐
‐

BL ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

ST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

PTS 299 458 486 1243

AVG 11.9 17.0 20.3 16.3

YEAR GP 1978‐79 24 1979‐80 30 1980‐81 29 1981‐82 30‐30 Totals 113‐‐‐

Rob
Ferguson

3PT ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

21.
JACK
EGAN
‐
1,363
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG AST ‐
‐ 51‐74 .689 227 8.4 12 ‐
‐ 92‐141



 .652 296 11.0




 26 ‐
‐ 142‐200

 .710 348


 12.0 ‐
‐ ‐
‐ 285‐415

 .687


 871 10.5 ‐
‐

YEAR 1958‐59 1959‐60 1960‐61 TOTALS

FG‐FGA 31‐77 141‐298 160‐355 178‐345 510‐1075

3PT ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

.290 .398 .429 .444 .414

16‐19 38‐45 30‐35 36‐43 120‐142

.842 .844 .857 .837 .845

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 90


1,000-POINT SCORERS YEAR 2001‐02 2002‐03 2003‐04 Totals

GP‐GS 31‐2 26‐22 32‐32 89‐56

FG‐FGA 76‐162 162‐342 212‐416 450‐920

FG% .469 .474 .510 .489

31.
DELONTE
WEST
‐
1,235
POINTS 3PT 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG 2‐17 .118 28‐42 .667 92 3.0 55‐147 .374 70‐86 .814 113 4.3 56‐136 .412 124‐139 .892 172 5.4 113‐300 .377 222‐267 .831 377 4.2

AST 36 83 151 270

BL 4 5 6 15

ST 25 41 55 121

PTS 182 449 604 1235

YEAR 1992‐93 1993‐94 1994‐95 1995‐96 Totals

GP‐GS 29‐29 15‐10 29‐29 32‐31 105‐99

FG‐FGA 85‐229 39‐112 102‐244 149‐395 375‐980

FG% .371 .348 .418 .377 .383

32.
MARK
BASS
‐
1,205
POINTS 3PT 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG 41‐122 .336 73‐84 .869 69
 2.4 27‐68 .397 14‐21 .667 32 2.1 66‐156 .423 74‐94 .787 52 1.8 91‐268

 .340 69‐89 .775 62 1.9 225‐614 .366
 230‐288


 .799 215 2.1

AST 60 28 61 57 206

BL 2


 0



 2


 1


 5




ST 27 6 20 43 96


PTS AVG 284 9.8 119 7.9 344 11.9 458 14.3 1205




11.5

YEAR 1992‐93 1993‐94 1994‐95 1995‐96 Totals

GP‐GS 22‐0 28‐18 29‐29 32‐32 111‐89

FG‐FGA 13‐27 95‐180 183‐315 186‐363 477‐885

FG% .481 .528 .581 .512 .539

3PT 0‐0 1‐1 0‐1 1‐1 2‐3

33.
REGGIE
TOWNSEND
‐
1,146
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG .000 5‐12 .417 21 1.0 1.000 23‐26 .639 95 3.4 .000
 60‐87 .690 164 5.7 1.000 102‐134


 .761 204 6.4 .667 190‐25



 .739 484



4.4

AST 3 13 38 41 95

BL 1




 2



 2



 3



 8




ST 2 12 14 16
 44


PTS 31 214 426 475 1146





AVG 1.4 7.6 14.7 14.3 10.2

YEAR 1963‐64 1964‐65 1965‐66 Totals

GP 27 28 29 84

FG‐FGA 121‐319 187‐453 164‐435 472‐1207

FG% .379 .412 .377 .391

3PT ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

34.
BILLY
OAKES
‐
1,129
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG ‐
‐ 47‐75 .627 101 3.7 ‐
‐ 74‐97 .762 87
 3.1 ‐
‐ 64‐90 .711 91 3.1 ‐
‐ 185‐262 .706 279 3.3

AST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

BL ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

ST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

PTS 289 448 392 1129

AVG 10.7 16.0 13.5 13.4

YEAR 2002‐03 2003‐04 2004‐05 2005‐06 Totals

GP‐GS 30‐0 31‐1 36‐36 33‐33 130‐70

FG‐FGA 29‐89 70‐142 127‐320 135‐330 361‐881

FG% .326 .493 .397 .409 .410

35.
CHET
STACHITAS
‐
1,122
POINTS 3PT 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG 10‐38 .263 23‐29 .793 35 1.2 36‐82 .439 26‐39 .667 47 1.5 50‐143 .350 85‐114 .746 93 2.6 75‐185 .405 95‐118 .805 84 2.5 171‐448 .382 229‐300 .763 259 2.0

AST 27 28 71 73 199

BL 2 0 2 7 11

ST 12 33 29 39 113

PTS 91 202
 389 440 1122

AVG 3.0 6.5 10.8 13.3 8.6

YEAR 1963‐64 1964‐65 1965‐66 Totals

GP 28 29 29 86

FG‐FGA 111‐239 141‐307 165‐377 417‐923

FG% .473 .459 .438 .452

3PT ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

36.
TOM
DUFF
‐
1,103
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG ‐
‐ 90‐119 .756 227 8.1 ‐
‐ 76‐102 .745 224 7.7 ‐
‐ 99‐121 .818 246 8.5 ‐
‐ 265‐342 .775 697 8.1

AST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

BL ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

ST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

PTS 316 358 429 1103

AVG 11.9 12.9 14.8 12.8

GP‐GS FG‐FGA 29‐29 98‐203 29‐29 84‐163 33‐33 110‐179 31‐30 103‐168 122‐121 395‐713

FG% .483 .515 .615 .613 .554

3PT 0‐1 0‐0 1‐4 6‐10 7‐15

37
(tie).
DAMIAN
REID

‐
1,079
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG .000 78‐126 .619 226 7.8 .000 53‐82 .646 184 6.3 .250 75‐120 .625 216 6.5 .600 76‐109 .697 209 6.7 .467 282‐437 .645 835 6.8

AST 14 13 31 6 64

BL 29 18 17 23 87

ST 29 12 15 18 74

PTS 274 221 296 288 1079

AVG 9.4 7.6 9.0 9.3 8.8

AVG 5.9 17.3 18.9 13.9

Mark
Bass

Ahmad
Nivins

Reggie
Townsend

YEAR 1998‐99 1999‐00 2000‐01 2001‐02 Totals

Chet
Stachitas YEAR 1952‐53 1953‐54 1954‐55 1955‐56 Totals

GP 17 23 25 29 94

FG‐FGA 41‐118 139‐394 117‐311 112‐287 409‐1110

FG% .437 .353 .370 .390 .368

3PT ‐
‐
 ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

37
(tie).
BILL
LYNCH
‐
1,079
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG ‐
‐ 25‐46 .543 114 6.7 ‐
‐ 81‐141 .574 336 14.6 ‐
‐ 68‐104 .615 276 11.0 ‐
‐ 87‐136 .639 381 13.1 ‐
‐ 261‐427 .611 1107 11.8

AST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

BL ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

ST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

PTS 107 359 302 311 1079

AVG 6.3 15.6 12.1 10.7 11.4

YEAR 1961‐62 1962‐63 1963‐64 Totals

GP 26 28 28 82

FG‐FGA 63‐153 137‐324 225‐514 425‐991

FG% .412 .423 .438 .429

3PT ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

39.
STEVE
COURTIN
‐
1,060
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG ‐
‐ 21‐27 .778 86 3.3 ‐
‐ 60‐78 .769 166 5.9 ‐
‐ 129‐155
 .831 103



3.7 ‐
‐ 210‐260

 .808 355 4.3

AST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

BL ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

ST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

PTS 147 334 579 1060

AVG 5.7 11.9 20.7 12.9

Steve
Courtin

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 91


1,000-POINT SCORERS 40.
JOE
GALLO
‐
1,053
POINTS
 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG ‐
‐ 57‐77 .740 103 4.3 ‐
‐ 50‐81 .617 142 5.3 ‐
‐ 74‐97 .760 128 4.7 ‐
‐ 181‐255 .712 373 4.8

AST 41 64 84 189

BL ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

ST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

PTS 235 402 416 1053

AVG 9.8 14.9 15.4 13.5

3PT ‐
‐
 ‐
‐ 15‐56 15‐156

41.
LONNIE
McFARLAN
‐
1,052
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG ‐
‐ 41‐62 .661 79 2.5 ‐
‐ 67‐89 .753 129 4.4 .268 101‐122 .830 113 4.3 .268 209‐273 .765 321 3.7

AST 52 70 82 204

BL 3 1 2 6

ST 23 27 24 74

PTS 219 415 418 1052

AVG 7.1 14.3 16.1 12.2

FG% .577 .367 .375 .518 .431 .477

3PT 0‐0 ‐
‐
 0‐0 ‐
‐ 2‐8 2‐8

42.
WAYNE
WILLIAMS
‐
1,048
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG .000 30‐49 .612 84 3.0 ‐
‐ 34‐48 .708 56 2.5 .000 1‐5 .200 15 5.0 ‐
‐ 99‐137 .723 117 4.2 .250 70‐99 .707 126 5.0 .250 234‐338 .692 398 3.8

AST 43 33 3 22 45 146

BL 4 3 1 4 3 15

ST 25 14 3 27 26 95

PTS 218 100 19 363 348 1048

AVG 7.8 4.6 6.3 13.0 13.9 9.9

FG‐FGA 68‐147 119‐219 124‐244 111‐200 422‐810

FG% .463 .543 .508 .555 .521

3PT ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

43.
MIKE
THOMAS
‐
1,029
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG ‐
‐ 39‐55 .709 121 6.4 ‐
‐ 50‐62 .806 160 6.2 ‐
‐ 55‐70 .771 201 7.7 ‐
‐ 42‐51 .824 134 4.8 ‐
‐ 186‐238


 .782 616



6.2

AST 23 26 26 19 94

BL ‐
‐ ‐
‐ 28 17

 ‐
‐

ST 8 7 33 7


 55

PTS AVG 175 9.2 288 11.1 302 11.6 264





 9.4 1029


 10.4

YEAR GP‐GS 1993‐94 24‐1 1994‐95 29‐8 1995‐96 32‐1 1996‐97 33‐0 Totals 118‐10

FG‐FGA 30‐85 45‐130 105‐262 124‐347 304‐824

FG% .353 .346 .401 .335 .369

44.
TERRELL
MYERS
‐
1,024
POINTS 3PT 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB 16‐47 .340 31‐48 .646 40 33‐91 .363 28‐41 .683 33 60‐168 .357 97‐123



 .789 87 65‐171 .335 85‐106



 .802 89 174‐477
 .365
 241‐318

 .758 249

AVG 1.7 1.1 2.7 2.7 2.1

AST 32 36 46 38 152

BL 1


 4




 6



 5



 16




ST 13 9 21 19
 62


PTS 107 151 367 484 1024

AVG 4.5 5.2 11.5 15.0 8.7

YEAR 1993‐94 1994‐95 1995‐96 1996‐97 Totals

GP‐GS 28‐18 29‐11 31‐29 33‐33 121‐91

FG‐FGA 101‐224 58‐178 75‐171 80‐199 314‐772

FG% .451 .326 .439 .402 .407

45.
DMITRI
DOMANI
‐
1,017
POINTS 3PT 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG 48‐114 .421 48‐82 .585 110 3.9 23‐81 .284 47‐69 .681 120 4.1 25‐53 .472 82‐114 .719 156 5.0 34‐83 .410 82‐106 .774 140 4.2 130‐331 .393 259‐371 .698 526 4.3

AST 47 42 65 99 253

BL 1 7 11 12 31

ST 24 23 36 49 132

PTS 298 186 257 276 1017

AVG 10.6 6.4 8.3 8.4 8.4

YEAR 1960‐61 1961‐62 1962‐63 Totals

GP 30 27 26 83

FG‐FGA 110‐260 98‐228 139‐281 347‐
769

FG% .423 .430 .494 .451

3PT ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

46.
JIM
LYNAM
‐
1,012
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG ‐
‐ 118‐143 .825 71 2.3 ‐
‐ 111‐140 .792 49 1.8 ‐
‐ 89‐131 .697 95 3.7 ‐
‐ 318‐
414 .768 215 2.6

AST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

BL ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

ST ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

PTS 338
 307
 367 1012

AVG 11.2 11.4 14.1 12.2

YEAR 1997‐98 1999‐00 2000‐01 2001‐02 Totals

GP‐GS

FG%

3PT

47.
BILL
PHILLIPS
‐
1,007
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG

AST

BL

ST

PTS

AVG

29‐0 33‐33 31‐31 93‐64

FG‐FGA Redshirt 85‐169 144‐263 128‐246 357‐678

.503 .548 .520 .526

27‐69 32‐99 52‐105 111‐273

.391 .323 .495 .406

5.4 8.9 7.6 7.4

59 111 81 251

23 151 14 188

24 42 24 90

264 384 359 1007

9.1 11.6 11.6 10.8

YEAR 1975‐76 1976‐77 1977‐78 1978‐79 Totals

GP 13 26 21 29 89

FG‐FGA 78‐182 178‐394 98‐208 94‐213 448‐997

FG% .417 .452 .471 .441 .449

3PT ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

48.
ZANE
MAJOR
‐
1,001
POINTS 3PT% FT‐FTA FT% REB AVG ‐
‐ 26‐33 .788 51 3.9 ‐
‐ 34‐63 .540 103 4.0 ‐
‐ 15‐28 .536 53 2.4 ‐
‐ 30‐41 .732 60 2.1 ‐
‐ 105‐165 .636 267 3.0

AST 27 44 33 31 135

BL ‐
‐ 34 11 10 55

ST 11 46 15 22 94

PTS 182 390 211 218 1001

AVG 14.0 15.0 10.0 7.5 11.2

YEAR 1957‐58 1958‐59 1959‐60 Totals

GP 24 27 27 78

FG‐FGA 89‐223 176‐397 171‐408 436‐1028

FG% .401 .443 .419 .424

3PT ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐ ‐
‐

YEAR 1980‐81 1981‐82 1982‐83 Totals


GP‐GS 31‐
‐
‐ 29‐25 26‐21 86‐
‐
‐

FG‐FGA 89‐204 174‐357 151‐357 414‐918

FG% .436 .487 .420 .459

YEAR 1982‐83 1983‐84 1984‐85 1985‐86 1986‐87 Totals

GP‐GS 28‐22 22‐4 3‐1 28‐1 25‐24 106‐52

FG‐FGA 94‐163 33‐90 9‐24 132‐255 138‐320 406‐852

YEAR 1974‐75 1975‐76 1976‐77 1977‐78 Totals

GP 19 26 26 28 99

Lonnie
McFarlan

Wayne
Williams

Terrell
Myers

Dmitri
Domani

67‐80 64‐97 51‐77 182‐254

.838 .660 .662 .716

157 294 235 686

Bill
Phillips

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 92


YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS POINTS

SCORING
AVERAGE

REBOUNDS

REBOUND
AVERAGE

Jameer
Nelson 2010‐11 2009‐10 2008‐09 2007‐08 2006‐07 2005‐06 2004‐05 2003‐04 2002‐03 2001‐02 2000‐01 1999‐00 1998‐99 1997‐98 1996‐97 1995‐96 1994‐95 1993‐94 1992‐93 1991‐92 1990‐91 1989‐90 1988‐89 1987‐88 1986‐87 1985‐86 1984‐85 1983‐84 1982‐83 1981‐82 1980‐81 1979‐80 1978‐79 1977‐78 1976‐77 1975‐76 1974‐75 1973‐74 1972‐73 1971‐72 1970‐71 1969‐70 1968‐69 1967‐68 1966‐67 1965‐66 1964‐65 1963‐64 1962‐63 1961‐62 1960‐61 1959‐60 1958‐59 1957‐58 1956‐57 1955‐56 1954‐55 1953‐54 1952‐53 1951‐52 1950‐51 1949‐50 1948‐49 1947‐48 1946‐47 1945‐46 1944‐45 1943‐44 1942‐43 1941‐42

Carl
Jones ..................545 Darrin
Govens............430 Ahmad
Nivins ............613 Pat
Calathes ..............594 Ahmad
Nivins ............516 Abdulai
Jalloh ............494 Pat
Carroll..................640 Jameer
Nelson ..........659 Jameer
Nelson ..........591 Marvin
O’Connor ......508 Marvin
O’Connor ......706 Marvin
O’Connor ......464 Andre
Howard ..........356 Rashid
Bey ................456 Rashid
Bey ................ 495 Reggie
Townsend
 ....475 Reggie
Townsend
 ....426 Carlin
Warley
 .......... 459 Bernard
Blunt
 ..........521 Bernard
Blunt
 ..........552 Bernard
Blunt
 ..........563 Craig
Amos
 ..............448 Brian
Leahy
 ...............479 Rodney
Blake
 ............529 Rodney
Blake
 ............423 Maurice
Martin
 ........534 Bob
Lojewski
 ............481 Tony
Costner
 ............540 Bob
Lojewski
 ............473 Bryan
Warrick
 ..........447 Boo
Williams
 ............409 Boo
Williams
 ............417 Norman
Black
 ..........464 Boo
Williams
 ............481 Norman
Black
 ..........434 Norman
Black
 ..........440 Ron
Righter
 ..............402 Ron
Righter
 ..............363 Pat

McFarland
 ........569 Mike
Bantom
 ............609 Mike
Bantom
 ............507 Dan
Kelly
 ..................538 Dan
Kelly
 ..................527 Mike
Hauer
 ..............462 Cliff
Anderson
 ..........690 Cliff
Anderson
 ..........519 Cliff
Anderson
 ..........519 Steve
Courtin
 ............579 Tom
Wynne
 ..............516 Tom
Wynne
 ..............527 Jack
Egan
 ..................636 Bob
McNeill
 ..............450 Bob
McNeill
 ..............442 Bob
McNeill
 ..............501 Kurt
Engelbert
 ..........486 Kurt
Engelbert
 ..........458 Mike
Fallon
 ..............374 Bill
Lynch
 ..................359 Ed
Garrity
..................403 John
Hughes
 ............412 Mike
Fallon
 ..............334 Paul
Senesky
 ............570 Paul
Senesky
 ............482 Paul
Senesky
 ............419 Norm
Butz
 ................177 Bob
O’Neill
................159 Bob
O’Neill
................348 Jack
Flannery
 ............292 George
Senesky
 ........515 George
Senesky
 ........217

2010‐11 2009‐10 2008‐09 2007‐08 2006‐07 2005‐06 2004‐05 2003‐04 2002‐03 2001‐02 2000‐01 1999‐00 1998‐99 1997‐98 1996‐97 1995‐96 1994‐95 1993‐94 1992‐93 1991‐92 1990‐91 1989‐90 1988‐89 1987‐88 1986‐87 1985‐86 1984‐85 1983‐84 1982‐83 1981‐82 1980‐81 1979‐80 1978‐79 1977‐78 1976‐77 1975‐76 1974‐75 1973‐74 1972‐73 1971‐72 1970‐71 1969‐70 1968‐69 1967‐68 1966‐67 1965‐66 1964‐65 1963‐64 1962‐63 1961‐62 1960‐61 1959‐60 1958‐59 1957‐58 1956‐57 1955‐56 1954‐55 1953‐54 1952‐53 1951‐52 1950‐51 1949‐50 1948‐49 1947‐48 1946‐47 1945‐46 1944‐45 1943‐44 1942‐43 1941‐42

Carl
Jones ................17.0 Darrin
Govens ..........13.9 Ahmad
Nivins ..........19.2 Pat
Calathes..............17.5 Ahmad
Nivins ..........16.6 Abdulai
Jalloh ..........15.0 Pat
Carroll ................18.3 Jameer
Nelson..........20.6 Jameer
Nelson..........19.7 Marvin
O’Connor......17.5 Marvin
O’Connor......22.1 Marvin
O’Connor......16.6 Andre
Howard ..........11.9 Rashid
Bey ................16.9 Rashid
Bey ................15.0 Reggie
Townsend......14.8 Reggie
Townsend......14.7 Carln
Warley ............16.4 Bernard
Blunt ..........18.0 Bernard
Blunt ..........19.7 Bernard
Blunt ..........18.8 Craig
Amos ..............18.0 Brian
Leahy ..............16.5 Rodney
Blake............18.2 Rodney
Blake............17.6 Maurice
Martin ........17.8 Maurice
Martin ........16.5 Tony
Costner ............18.6 Bob
Lojewski ............18.2 Bryan
Warrick ..........14.9 Bryan
Warrick ..........13.5 Boo
Williams ............13.9 Norman
Black ..........15.5 Norman
Black ..........17.6 Norman
Black ..........16.7 Norman
Black ..........16.9 Ron
Righter ..............16.1 Ron
Righter ..............12.1 Pat
McFarland ..........20.3 Mike
Bantom ............21.8 Mike
Bantom ............18.1 Dan
Kelly ..................20.7 Mike
Hauer ..............20.6 Mike
Hauer ..............17.8 Cliff
Anderson ..........26.5 Cliff
Anderson ..........17.9 Cliff
Anderson ..........17.9 Steve
Courtin............20.7 Tom
Wynne ..............18.4 Tom
Wynne ..............19.5 Jack
Egan ..................21.9 Bob
McNeill ..............16.7 Bob
McNeill ..............16.4 Bob
McNeill ..............18.7 Kurt
Engelbert ..........20.3 Kurt
Engelbert ..........17.0 Mike
Fallon ..............14.3 Bill
Lynch ..................15.6 Ed
Garrity ................15.8 John
Hughes ............15.8 Mike
Fallon ..............12.4 Paul
Senesky ............22.8 Paul
Senesky ............20.9 Paul
Senesky ............18.2 Norm
Butz ..................9.3 Bill
Poletti ..................8.1 Bob
O’Neill ..............15.1 Jack
Flannery ............12.2 George
Senesky ........23.4 George
Senesky ........12.8

2010‐11 2009‐10 2008‐09 2007‐08 2006‐07 2005‐06 2004‐05 2003‐04 2002‐03 2001‐02 2000‐01 1999‐00 1998‐99 1997‐98 1996‐97 1995‐96 1994‐95 1993‐94 1992‐93 1991‐92 1990‐91 1989‐90 1988‐89 1987‐88 1986‐87 1985‐86 1984‐85 1983‐84 1982‐83 1981‐82 1980‐81 1979‐80 1978‐79 1977‐78 1976‐77 1975‐76 1974‐75 1973‐74 1972‐73 1971‐72 1970‐71 1969‐70 1968‐69 1967‐68 1966‐67 1965‐66 1964‐65 1963‐64 1962‐63 1961‐62 1960‐61 1959‐60 1958‐59 1957‐58 1956‐57 1955‐56 1954‐55 1953‐54 1952‐53

Langston
Galloway ....183 Todd
O’Brien ............196 Ahmad
Nivins ............378 Pat
Calathes ..............255 Ahmad
Nivins ............235 Abdulai
Jalloh ............182 Dwayne
Jones............418 Dwayne
Jones............224 Dwayne
Jones............189 Bill
Phillips ................235 Bill
Phillips ................294 Andre
Howard ..........191 Andre
Howard ..........251 Harold
Rasul ..............246 Nemanja
Petrovic ......166 Will
Johnson ..............326 Carlin
Warley ............309 Carlin
Warley ............318 Carlin
Warley ............260 Carlin
Warley ............251 Bernard
Blunt ............194 Craig
Amos ................180 Henry
Smith ..............214 Henry
Smith ..............246 Greg
Mullee ..............189 Rodney
Blake ............227 Bob
Lojewski..............199 Tony
Costner ............240 Tony
Costner ............262 Tony
Costner ............226 Tony
Costner ............223 Boo
Williams..............237 Norman
Black ............249 Boo
Williams..............239 Mike
Thomas ............201 Norman
Black ............248 Ron
Righter................185 Kevin
Furey................206 Mike
Bantom ............368 Mike
Bantom ............413 Mike
Bantom ............370 Mike
Hauer................317 Mike
Hauer................300 Mike
Hauer................359 Cliff
Anderson............372 Cliff
Anderson............406 Cliff
Anderson............450 Larry
Hofmann ..........305 Jim
Boyle ..................266 Tom
Wynne ..............270 Jack
Egan ..................348 Bob
Clarke ................312 Bob
Clarke ................286 Bob
Clarke ................279 Ray
Radziszewski ......372 Bill
Lynch....................381 Bill
Lynch....................276 Bill
Lynch....................336 John
Doogan..............339

(statistics
from
1941‐42
through 1951‐52
not
available)

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 93

2010‐11 2009‐10 2008‐09 2007‐08 2006‐07 2005‐06 2004‐05 2003‐04 2002‐03 2001‐02 2000‐01 1999‐00 1998‐99 1997‐98 1996‐97
 1995‐96 1994‐95 1993‐94 1992‐93 1991‐92 1990‐91 1989‐90 1988‐89 1987‐88 1986‐87 1985‐86 1984‐85 1983‐84 1982‐83 1981‐82 1980‐81 1979‐80 1978‐79 1977‐78 1976‐77 1975‐76 1974‐75 1973‐74 1972‐73 1971‐72 1970‐71 1969‐70 1968‐69 1967‐68 1966‐67 1965‐66 1964‐65 1963‐64 1962‐63 1961‐62 1960‐61 1959‐60 1958‐59 1957‐58 1956‐57 1955‐56 1954‐55 1953‐54 1952‐53

Langston
Galloway ....5.5 Todd
O’Brien ..............6.3 Ahmad
Nivins ............7.6 Pat
Calathes................7.5 Ahmad
Nivins ............7.6 Abdulai
Jalloh ............5.5 Dwayne
Jones ..........11.6 Dwayne
Jones ............7.0 Dwayne
Jones ............6.3 Bill
Phillips ..................7.6 Bill
Phillips ..................8.9 Andre
Howard ............6.6 Andre
Howard ............8.4 Harold
Rasul ..............8.8 Nemanja
Petrovic ......5.2 Will
Johnson ............10.2 Carlin
Warley ............10.7 Carlin
Warley ............11.4 Carlin
Warley ..............9.0 Carlin
Warley ..............9.0 Bernard
Blunt ............6.5 Craig
Amos ................6.4 Henry
Smith................8.6 Henry
Smith................8.8 Rodney
Blake..............7.1 Greg
Mullee................7.4 Bob
Lojewski ..............6.4 Tony
Costner ..............8.3 Tony
Costner ..............9.3 Tony
Costner ..............7.5 Boo
Williams ..............6.6
 Boo
Williams ..............7.9 Norman
Black ............8.3 Norman
Black ............9.6 Mike
Thomas ..............7.7 Norman
Black ............9.5 Ron
Righter ................7.4 Kevin
Furey ................6.9 Mike
Bantom ............13.1 Mike
Bantom ............14.8 Mike
Bantom ............13.2 Mike
Hauer ..............11.7 Mike
Hauer ..............12.0 Mike
Hauer ..............13.8 Cliff
Anderson ..........14.3 Cliff
Anderson ..........14.0 Cliff
Anderson ..........15.5 Larry
Hofmann..........10.9 Jim
Boyle ....................9.5 Tom
Wynne ..............10.0 Jack
Egan ..................12.0 Jack
Egan ..................11.0 Bob
Clarke ................10.6 Bob
Clarke ................10.3 Ray
Radziszewski ......15.5 Bill
Lynch ..................13.1 Bill
Lynch ..................11.0 Bill
Lynch ..................14.6 John
Doogan ............14.1

(statistics
from
1941‐42
through 1951‐52
not
available)


YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS FIELD
GOAL
PCT.

FREE
THROW
PCT.

3‐POINT
FG
MADE

3‐POINT
PCT.

Damian
Reid 2010‐11 2009‐10 2008‐09 2007‐08 2006‐07 2005‐06 2004‐05 2003‐04 2002‐03 2001‐02 2000‐01 1999‐00 1998‐99 1997‐98 1996‐97 1995‐96 1994‐95 1993‐94 1992‐93 1991‐92 1990‐91 1989‐90 1988‐89 1987‐88 1986‐87 1985‐86 1984‐85 1983‐84 1982‐83 1981‐82 1980‐81 1979‐80 1978‐79 1977‐78 1976‐77 1975‐76 1974‐75 1973‐74 1972‐73 1971‐72 1970‐71 1969‐70 1968‐69 1967‐68 1966‐67 1965‐66 1964‐65
 1963‐64
 1962‐63 1961‐62 1960‐61 1959‐60 1958‐59 1957‐58 1956‐57 1955‐56 1954‐55 1953‐54 1952‐53

Idris
Hilliard ...............507 Idris
Hilliard ...............496 Ahmad
Nivins ...........612 Ahmad
Nivins ...........647 Ahmad
Nivins ...........631 Rob
Ferguson.............502 Dwayne
Jones ...........507 Delonte
West.............510 Delonte
West.............474 Damian
Reid .............613 Damian
Reid .............615 Damian
Reid .............515 Damian
Reid .............483 Harold
Rasul .............505 Harold
Rasul .............522 Will
Johnson .............561 Reggie
Townsend .....581 Reggie
Townsend .....528 Bernard
Jones ...........518 Carlin
Warley .............518 Craig
Amos ...............435 Richard
Stewart .........498 Henry
Smith...............493 Rodney
Blake.............561 Rodney
Blake.............565 Rodney
Blake.............550 Rodney
Blake.............492 Maurice
Martin .........477 Bob
Lojewski .............543 Bob
Lojewski .............545 John
Smith.................518 John
Smith.................498 Bob
Valderas .............500 Mike
Thomas .............555 Mike
Thomas .............508 Mike
Thomas .............543 Ron
Righter ...............461 Gene
Prybella ...........479 Pat
McFarland ...........538 Mike
Bantom .............470 Mike
Bantom .............478 Mike
Hauer ...............450 Mike
Hauer ...............456 Mike
Hauer ...............488 Steve
Donches ...........419 n/a .................................. n/a .................................. n/a .................................. Jim
Lynam .................495 Tom
Wynne ...............401 Vince
Kempton .........491 Jack
Egan ...................437 Jack
Egan ...................470 Bob
McNeill ...............444 Kurt
Engelbert ...........452 Kurt
Engelbert ...........479 Mike
Fallon ...............440 George
Jurosky .........355 Tony
Papaneri ...........381

(statistics
from
1941‐42
through 1951‐52
not
available)

2010‐11 2009‐10 2008‐09 2007‐08 2006‐07 2005‐06 2004‐05 2003‐04 2002‐03 2001‐02 2000‐01 1999‐00 1998‐99 1997‐98 1996‐97 1995‐96 1994‐95 1993‐94 1992‐93 1991‐92 1990‐91 1989‐90 1988‐89 1987‐88 1986‐87 1985‐86 1984‐85 1983‐84 1982‐83 1981‐82 1980‐81 1979‐80 1978‐79 1977‐78 1976‐77 1975‐76 1974‐75 1973‐74 1972‐73 1971‐72 1970‐71 1969‐70 1968‐69 1967‐68 1966‐67 1965‐66 1964‐65
 1963‐64 1962‐63 1961‐62 1960‐61 1959‐60 1958‐59 1957‐58 1956‐57 1955‐56 1954‐55 1953‐54 1952‐53

Langston
Galloway ...887 Garrett
Williamson ....767 Ahmad
Nivins ...........789 Pat
Calathes...............826 Pat
Calathes...............846 Abdulai
Jalloh ...........840 Chet
Stachitas ...........746 Delonte
West.............897 Delonte
West.............814 Jameer
Nelson...........762 Jameer
Nelson...........820 Bill
Phillips .................838 Larry
Jennings ...........823 Rashid
Bey .................752 Terrell
Myers .............802 Terrell
Myers .............789 Mark
Bass .................787 Carlin
Warley .............684 Mark
Bass .................869 Craig
Amos ...............720 Craig
Amos ...............817 Chris
Gardler .............843 Brian
Leahy ...............796 Rodney
Blake.............665 Bruiser
Flint ...............792 Greg
Mullee...............850 Bruiser
Flint ...............760 Tony
Costner .............773 Lonnie
McFarlan
 .......833 Jeff
Clark ...................850 Jeff
Clark ...................861 John
Griffin ...............757 Jeff
Clark ...................805 Boo
Williams .............710 Mike
Thomas .............771 Mike
Thomas .............806 Ron
Righter ...............800 Ron
Righter ...............817 Pat
McFarland ...........750 Jim
McCollum ...........832 Jim
McCollum ...........795 Dan
Kelly ...................828 Dan
Kelly ...................752 Dan
Kelly ...................786 Bill
DeAngelis.............740 n/a .................................. n/a .................................. Steve
Courtin.............832 Steve
Courtin.............769 Jim
Lynam .................793 Jim
Lynam .................825 Bob
Clarke .................827 Bob
McNeill ...............809 Bob
McNeill ...............829 Al
Juliana ...................774 Kurt
Engelbert ...........729 Wally
Nowacki ...........730 Leo
Breslin .................759 John
Doogan .............705

2010‐11 2009‐10 2008‐09 2007‐08 2006‐07 2005‐06 2004‐05 2003‐04 2002‐03 2001‐02 2000‐01 1999‐00 1998‐99 1997‐98 1996‐97 1995‐96 1994‐95 1993‐94 1992‐93 1991‐92 1990‐91 1989‐90 1988‐89 1987‐88 1986‐87 1985‐86
 1984‐85 1983‐84 1982‐83

Langston
Galloway ......65 Darrin
Govens..............71 Darrin
Govens..............69 Pat
Calathes ................74 Pat
Calathes ................47 Chet
Stachitas..............75 Pat
Carroll..................135 Pat
Carroll....................81 Pat
Carroll....................76 Na’im
Crenshaw ..........63 Marvin
O’Connor ........99 Marvin
O’Connor ........73 Na’im
Crenshaw ..........47 Rashid
Bey ..................76 Rashid
Bey ..................70 Mark
Bass ....................91 Mark
Bass ....................66 Rap
Curry ....................56 Rap
Curry ....................50 Craig
Amos ..................41 Craig
Amos ..................54 Craig
Amos ..................60 Brian
Leahy..................89 Brian
Leahy..................75 Bruiser
Flint ................55 n/a* ................................ Maurice
Martin ..........23 n/a* ................................ Lonnie
McFarlan..........15

*
3‐point
shot
not
in
use

(statistics
from
1941‐42
through 1951‐52
not
available)

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 94

2010‐11 2009‐10 2008‐09 2007‐08 2006‐07 2005‐06 2004‐05 2003‐04 2002‐03 2001‐02 2000‐01 1999‐00 1998‐99 1997‐98 1996‐97 1995‐96 1994‐95 1993‐94 1992‐93 1991‐92 1990‐91 1989‐90 1988‐89 1987‐88 1986‐87 1985‐86
 1984‐85 1983‐84
 1982‐83

Langston
Galloway ...392 Darrin
Govens ...........343 Tasheed
Carr .............417 Rob
Ferguson.............444 Rob
Ferguson.............429 Chet
Stachitas ...........409 Pat
Carroll .................434 Pat
Carroll .................458 Pat
Carroll .................450 Bill
Phillips .................495 Na’im
Crenshaw
 .......398 Tim
Brown .................398 Tim
Brown .................396 Rob
Haskins ...............392 Dmitri
Domani ...........410 Dmitri
Domani ...........472 Mark
Bass .................423 Dmitri
Domani ...........421 Bernard
Blunt ...........326 Craig
Amos ...............390 Craig
Amos ...............346 Craig
Amos ...............414 Brian
Leahy ...............405 Brian
Leahy ...............391 Greg
Mullee...............482 n/a* ................................ Maurice
Martin .........404 n/a* ................................ Lonnie
McFarlan .......268

*
3‐point
shot
not
in
use


YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS ASSISTS

STEALS

BLOCKED
SHOTS

MINUTES

Maurice
Martin 2010‐11 2009‐10 2008‐09 2007‐08 2006‐07 2005‐06 2004‐05 2003‐04 2002‐03 2001‐02 2000‐01 1999‐00 1998‐99 1997‐98 1996‐97 1995‐96 1994‐95 1993‐94 1992‐93 1991‐92 1990‐91 1989‐90 1988‐89 1987‐88 1986‐87 1985‐86 1984‐85 1983‐84 1982‐83 1981‐82 1980‐81 1979‐80 1978‐79 1977‐78 1976‐77 1975‐76 1974‐75 1973‐74 1972‐73 1971‐72 1970‐71 1969‐70 1968‐69 1967‐68 1966‐67 1965‐66 1964‐65 1963‐64
 1962‐63 1961‐62
 1960‐61
 1959‐60
 1958‐59 1957‐58

Carl
Jones ..................110 Garrett
Williamson ....120 Garrett
Williamson ....135 Tasheed
Carr ............167 Pat
Calathes ..............116 Dwayne
Lee ..............141 Dwayne
Lee ..............188 Jameer
Nelson ..........170 Jameer
Nelson ..........142 Jameer
Nelson ..........188 Jameer
Nelson ..........213 Tim
Brown ..................97 Na’im
Crenshaw ..........86 Rashid
Bey ................130 Rashid
Bey ................153 Rashid
Bey ................159 Rashid
Bey ..................67 Rap
Curry ..................175 Rap
Curry ..................148 Bernard
Blunt ..............87 Rap
Curry ..................172 Chris
Gardler..............100 Ray
Washington ..........64 Ivan
Brown
 ..............136 Bruiser
Flint ..............171 Geoff
Arnold..............134 Maurice
Martin ..........98 Maurice
Martin ........101 Maurice
Martin ........121 Bryan
Warrick............151 Jeff
Clark ....................112 Luke
Griffin ................119 Luke
Griffin ................161 Luke
Griffin ................128 Luke
Griffin ................115 Tom
Haggerty ..............67 Fran
Rafferty................74 Jim
O’Brien ................152 Jim
O’Brien ................106 Jim
O’Brien ................115 Mike
Moody ................76 Tom
Lynch ..................67 Dan
Kelly....................107 Dan
Kelly......................81 Steve
Donches ............70 Matt
Guokas,
Jr. ........176 Matt
Guokas,
Jr. ........155 n/a .................................. n/a .................................. n/a .................................. n/a .................................. Bob
McNeill ..............135 Bob
McNeill ..............175 Bob
McNeill ..............132

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

Langston
Galloway ......56 Garrett
Williamson ......54 Darrin
Govens..............49 Tasheed
Carr ..............47 D.J.
Rivera ....................41 Dwayne
Lee ................43 Dwayne
Lee ................39 Jameer
Nelson ............95 Jameer
Nelson ............66 Jameer
Nelson ............40 Jameer
Nelson ............55 Marvin
O’Connor ........31 Andre
Howard ............39 Rashid
Bey ..................48 Rashid
Bey ..................62 Mark
Bass ....................43 Bernard
Blunt ..............33 Rap
Curry ....................47 Rap
Curry ....................40 Bernard
Blunt ..............42 Rap
Curry ....................70 Chris
Gardler................46 Henry
Smith
................45 Ivan
Brown ..................46 Bruiser
Flint ................60 Maurice
Martin ..........54 Maurice
Martin ..........52 Maurice
Martin ..........68 Maurice
Martin ..........74 Jeff
Clark ......................82 Jeff
Clark ......................77 Luke
Griffin ..................56 Luke
Griffin ..................66 Luke
Griffin ..................54 Luke
Griffin ..................60 Wilie
Taylor ................42 Fran
Rafferty................38 Mike
Moody ................74 Mike
Moody ................64 Jim
McCollum ..............42 Mike
Moody ................55 n/a .................................. Dan
Kelly......................63 Bill
DeAngelis ..............76 Bill
DeAngelis ............104

2010‐11 2009‐10 2008‐09 2007‐08 2006‐07 2005‐06 2004‐05 2003‐04 2002‐03 2001‐02 2000‐01 1999‐00 1998‐99 1997‐98 1996‐97 1995‐96 1994‐95 1993‐94 1992‐93 1991‐92 1990‐91 1989‐90 1988‐89 1987‐88 1986‐87 1985‐86 1984‐85 1983‐84 1982‐83 1981‐82 1980‐81 1979‐80 1978‐79 1977‐78 1976‐77

C.J.
Aiken ..................117 Garrett
Williamson ......32 Ahmad
Nivins ..............55 Pat
Calathes ................42 Ahmad
Nivins ..............32 Ahmad
Nivins ..............39 Dwayne
Jones............109 Dwayne
Jones..............63 Dwayne
Jones..............60 Alexandre
Sazonov ......27 Alexandre
Sazonov ......65 Bill
Phillips ..................23 Damian
Reid ................29 Duval
Simmonds..........30 Duval
Simmonds..........30 Will
Johnson ................32 Carlin
Warley ..............17 Carlin
Warley ..............23 Carlin
Warley ..............34 Demetrius
Poles ..........18 Ron
Vecruyssen ..........20 Ron
Vecruyssen ..........29 Marlon
Miller ..............23 Rodney
Blake ............116 Rodney
Blake ..............87 Rodney
Blake ............121 Rodney
Blake ..............95 Tony
Costner ..............51 Tony
Costner ..............60 Tony
Costner ..............66 Tony
Costner ..............35 Boo
Williams................48 Boo
Williams................24 Boo
Williams................38 Zane
Major ..................74

(statistic
not
recorded
from
1957‐58 through
1975‐76)

(statistic
not
recorded
from
1957‐58 through
1965‐66)

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 95

2010‐11 2009‐10 2008‐09 2007‐08 2006‐07 2005‐06 2004‐05 2003‐04 2002‐03 2001‐02 2000‐01 1999‐00 1998‐99 1997‐98 1996‐97 1995‐96 1994‐95 1993‐94 1992‐93 1991‐92 1990‐91 1989‐90 1988‐89 1987‐88 1986‐87 1985‐86 1984‐85 1983‐84 1982‐83 1981‐82 1980‐81 1979‐80 1978‐79 1977‐78 1976‐77 1975‐76 1974‐75 1973‐74 1972‐73

Langston
Galloway ..1132 Garrett
Williamson ..1047 Ahmad
Nivins ..........1183 Pat
Calathes ............1143 Ahmad
Nivins ..........1083 Dwayne
Lee ............1233 Dwayne
Lee ............1300 Jameer
Nelson ........1085 Jameer
Nelson ........1048 Jameer
Nelson ........1064 Bill
Phillips ..............1146 Na’im
Crenshaw ........899 Andre
Howard
 ..........982 Rashid
Bey ................984 Rashid
Bey ..............1149 Reggie
Townsend
 ........1107 Carlin
Warley ..........1041 Rap
Curry ................1004 Rap
Curry ................1072 Bernard
Blunt ..........1000 Rap
Curry ..................969 Craid
Amos ................920 Brian
Leahy..............1028 Rodney
Blake ..........1051 Bruiser
Flint ............1058 Rodney
Blake ..........1162 Bob
Lojewski............1041 Tony
Costner ..........1046 Bob
Lojewski..............940 Jeff
Clark ..................1062 Jeff
Clark ..................1175 Boo
Williams............1064 Norman
Black ..........1084 Boo
Williams............1015 Norman
Black ............911 Norman
Black ............922 Ron
Righter................940 Mike
Moody ............1045 Pat
McFarland ........1018

(statistic
not
recorded
from
1957‐58 through
1971‐72)


ALL-TIME ROSTER Years
 are
 listed
 by
 the
 second
 year
 of
 the
 season.
For
example,
1983‐86
would
mean
the
1982‐83 through
the
1985‐86
seasons.
Includes
all
players
who have
 appeared
 in
 at
 least
 one
 varsity
 game.
 Current players
in
bold.


A Ducky
Adams
 .............................................. 1938‐40 Temi
Adebayo ..............................................2009‐10 C.J.
Aiken ..........................................2011‐present Joe
Algie
 .......................................................... 1915 Randy
Alter
 ...................................................... 1978 Craig
Amos
 .................................................. 1989‐92 Cliff
Anderson
 ............................................ 1965‐67 Geoff
Arnold
................................................ 1983‐86 Bob
Atene
 .................................................. 1970‐71 Mike
Auriemma ............................................2009‐10

B Kevin
Baggett
 .............................................. 1986‐88 John
Bailey
 ...................................................... 1946 Mike
Bantom
 .............................................. 1971‐73 Carl
Baptiste ................................................2010‐11 Tyrone
Barley................................................2001‐04 Dick
Barr
 .......................................................... 1945 Raymond
Barret
 .............................................. 1912 Mike
Barrett
 .................................................... 1967 Joe
Barton
 ........................................................ 1982 Mark
Bass
.................................................... 1993‐96 Dan
Becker
 ...................................................... 1985 Marty
Benkovic
 ................................................ 1950 Dave
Bennis
 ................................................ 1911‐14 Bill
Benson
 ...................................................... 1950 Ed
Benson
 .................................................. 1974‐77 Charoy
Bentley..............................................2008‐11 Rashid
Bey
 .................................................. 1995‐98 Norman
Black
 .............................................. 1976‐79 Rodney
Blake
 .............................................. 1985‐87 Bernard
Blunt
 .............................................. 1991‐95 Harry
Booth
 ................................................ 1960‐62 Mike
Borski
 ................................................ 1973‐76 Dave
Boyce
 ...................................................... 1959 Bob
Boylan
 .................................................. 1941‐43 Dan
Boyle
 .................................................... 1944‐45 Jim
Boyle
 .................................................... 1962‐64 Tom
Bradley ...................................................... 1944 Jack
Brady
 .................................................. 1926‐27 Phil
Brady
 .................................................... 1950‐52 Ted
Branka
 .................................................. 1926‐29 Bud
Brannan
 .............................................. 1952‐55 Frank
Brennan
 .................................................. 1950 Joe
Brennan
 ................................................ 1950‐52 Tom
Brennan
 .............................................. 1953‐54 Bob
Brenner
 ................................................ 1965‐67 Leo
Breslin
 .................................................. 1953‐54 George
Brolley
.................................................. 1910 C.J.
Brown ....................................................2008‐10 Ivan
Brown
 ...................................................... 1988 Reds
Brown
 ................................................ 1924‐25 Tim
Brown ................................................1997‐2000 John
Bryant ..................................................2002‐05 Bill
Buck
............................................................ 1938 Dan
Bugey
 ........................................................ 1961 Burns
 ................................................................ 1923 Jack
Burns
 ........................................................ 1945 Norm
Butz
 ............................................ 1941‐42;
47 Pat
Byrne
 .................................................... 1915‐17 Byrnes
 .............................................................. 1925

C Earl
Caffery
 ...................................................... 1950 Bill
Cahill
 .................................................... 1930‐31 Dennis
Cakert
 .............................................. 1975‐76 Pat
Calathes ..................................................2005‐08 Pete
Callahan
 .................................................. 1983 Stu
Campbell
 .................................................... 1932

Ed
Carney
 ........................................................ 1957 Jack
Carney
 ...................................................... 1946 Jim
Carr
 ............................................................ 1923 Jim
Carr
 ...................................................... 1985‐87 Tasheed
Carr ................................................2008‐09 Pat
Carroll ....................................................2002‐05 Jawan
Carter ......................................................2007 Bob
Castaldi
 .................................................... 1987 Joe
Ceremsak
 .............................................. 1955‐57 Paul
Chadick
 ................................................ 1938‐39 Steve
Chapman
 .......................................... 1964‐66 Al
Clancy
 .......................................................... 1977 Jeffery
Clark
.................................. 1978‐79;
1981‐82 Bob
Clarke
 .................................................. 1958‐60 Tom
Clarke
 ...................................................... 1944 John
Collins
 ................................................ 1924‐27 John
Collins
 ...................................................... 1945 Neal
Collins
 ...................................................... 1980 Chris
Cologer......................................................2003 Alex
Compton
.............................................. 1993‐94 Jack
Concannon
 .......................................... 1984‐87 Pierce
Conley
 .............................................. 1918‐19 Jim
Connell
 .................................................. 1953‐55 John
Conwell
 .................................................... 1937 John
Connolly
 .............................................. 1969‐71 Kevin
Connor
 .............................................. 1993‐94 Frank
Connors
 ............................................ 1951‐53 William
Conroy
 ................................................ 1910 Bill
Conway
.................................................. 1941‐43 Norb
Considine
............................................ 1911‐13 Al
Cooke
 ...................................................... 1957‐59 Jim
Coolican
 ................................................ 1958‐60 Walt
Coppock
 .................................................. 1924 Ed
Costello
 ...................................................... 1934 Tony
Costner
 .............................................. 1981‐84 Jim
Coughlin
 ................................................ 1940‐42 Steve
Courtin
 .............................................. 1962‐64 Dick
Crean
 .................................................. 1921‐24 Na’im
Crenshaw ........................................1999‐2002 Cy
Crawford
...................................................... 1954 Justin
Crosgile ..............................................2010‐11 Russell
Cullen
 .................................................. 1918 Leo
Culliton
 ...................................................... 1918 Dan
Cummins
 .................................................. 1945 Harry
Cunneff
 .................................... 1924‐25;
1927 Vince
Curran
 .................................................... 1966 Rap
Curry
 .................................................... 1991‐94

D John
Daley
 ........................................................ 1950 Mike
Dalsey
 ...................................................... 1963 Brian
Daly
.................................................... 1989‐92 Nick
D’Amora
 .................................................. 1943 George
Dambrackas
 .................................... 1938‐40 John
Davidian
 .................................................. 1946 Arthur
“Yah”
Davis ............................................1997 Ted
Deady
 .................................................. 1920‐22 Bill
DeAngelis
 .............................................. 1966‐68 Mark
Dearborn
............................................ 1979‐82 John
Delaney
 .................................................... 1928 Bob
Del
Vescovo
 ........................................ 1994‐97 Jim
Desmond
 .............................................. 1951‐53 Vince
Desmond
 .......................................... 1928‐29 Bob
Devine
 .................................................. 1920‐23 Tony
DiCaro
 ................................................ 1980‐83 Bob
Dickey
 ............................................ 1959;
61‐62 Robert
Didyoung ................................................1949 Jim
DiFilipopo
 .................................................. 1922 Mike
Dignazio
.............................................. 1968‐69 Don
DiJulia
 ...................................................... 1965 Chris
DiMascio
.................................................. 1994 Ed
DiRugeris
 ................................................ 1978‐80 Dmitri
Domani
 ............................................ 1994‐97 Steve
Donches
 ............................................ 1966‐67 Hook
Donohue
 ............................................ 1924‐27 John
Doogan
 .............................................. 1951‐53 Daniel
Dougherty
 ............................................ 1916 Dan
Dougherty
 ............................................ 1955‐57 Jim
Dougherty
 ............................................ 1932‐34 Joe
Dougherty
 .................................................. 1946 Hank
Dudek
 .......................................... 1944;
47‐49 Frank
Duff
.............................................. 1919‐20;
22 Tom
Duff
 .................................................... 1964‐66

Ed
Duffy
 .......................................................... 1920 Mike
Dugan
 ...................................................... 1922 Joe
Dulczak
 ...................................................... 1946 Mike
Durso
 ............................................ 1944;
1947 Bob
Dzurenda
.............................................. 1984‐85

E Dick
Ellis
 .......................................................... 1944 Jack
Egan
 .................................................... 1959‐61 Kurt
Engelbert
 ............................................ 1955‐57

F Bud
Faller
 ........................................................ 1952 Mike
Fallon
 ............................................ 1951;
55‐56 Vic
Faralli
.......................................................... 1944 Mike
Farrelly ................................................2001‐03 Rob
Ferguson ................................................2004‐08 Al
Fisler
 ............................................................ 1941 Jack
Flannery
 .................................................... 1944 Buck
Fleming
 .............................................. 1935‐36 Bruiser
Flint
 ................................................ 1984‐87 Marty
Ford
 .................................................. 1964‐66 Jordan
Fowler ....................................................2006 Frainer
.............................................................. 1927 Tom
Frein
 .......................................... 1945;
1948‐50 George
Frye
 ................................................ 1938‐39 Kevin
Furey
 ................................................ 1972‐74

G Charlie
Gaines
 .................................................. 1974 Ed
Gallagher
 ................................................ 1945‐46 Jim
Gallagher
.................................................... 1915 John
Gallagher ..............................................1997‐99 Pete
Gallagher
 ............................................ 1916‐17 Tom
Gallagher
 .................................................. 1915 Joe
Gallo
...................................................... 1958‐60 Langston
Galloway ............................2011‐present Ganard
 ............................................................ 1925 Joe
Gannon
 ...................................................... 1923 Bud
Gardler
 ................................................ 1967‐68 Chris
Gardler
 .............................................. 1990‐91 Ed
Garrity
 .................................................... 1951‐53 Dan
Gillespie
 .................................................... 1946 John
Goheen
 .................................................... 1949 Bob
Gormley
 .............................................. 1961‐62 Darrin
Govens ..............................................2007‐10 Joe
Grady
 ........................................................ 1928 Tony
Gricco
 ...................................................... 1927 John
Griffin
 ................................................ 1975‐78 Luke
Griffin
 ................................................ 1977‐80 Al
Grundy
 .................................................... 1965‐67 Al
Guokas
 .................................................... 1947‐48 Matt
Guokas,
Sr.
 ........................................ 1935‐38 Matt
Guokas,
Jr.
 .......................................... 1965‐66 Matt
Guokas,
III
 .......................................... 1989‐92 Kid
Gurst
 .......................................................... 1916 Ben
Guziewicz
 .................................................. 1939

H Bob
Haas
 .......................................................... 1971 Henry
Hagans
 .............................................. 1921‐23 Tom
Haggerty
.............................................. 1976‐78 Allan
Haley
 ...................................................... 1945 Ed
Hallahan
 ...................................................... 1945 Bill
Halpin
 .................................................... 1933‐34 Ducky
Harron
 .................................................. 1911 Valentine
Hartman
 ...................................... 1936‐37 Robert
Hartshorn ..........................................2003‐04 Robert
Haskins ..........................................1997‐2000 Doc
Hayes
 .................................................. 1911‐14 Mike
Hauer
 ................................................ 1968‐70 Lou
Healey
 .................................................. 1917‐20 Bill
Healy
 .................................................... 1979‐82 Jack
Heller
 .................................................. 1952‐54

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ALL-TIME ROSTER James
Henry
 .................................................... 1926 Lawrence
Henry
 .............................................. 1943 Dan
Hilferty ..................................................1977‐78 Idris
Hilliard ..................................................2008‐11 John
Hoffacker
 ............................................ 1958‐59 Walt
Hoffman
 .................................................. 1949 Larry
Hofmann
 ............................................ 1962‐64 Fran
Hogan
 ...................................................... 1940 Dan
Horan
 ........................................................ 1920 Jack
Horgan
 ................................................ 1945‐46 Al
Horn
 ........................................................ 1967‐68 Ed
Hosey
 .................................................... 1923‐24 Andre
Howard ..........................................1999‐2000 Bill
Hoy
 ........................................................ 1961‐63 Adrian
Hubbard
 .......................................... 1976‐79 Jack
Hueter
 ...................................................... 1953 John
Hughes
 .................................................... 1941 John
Hughes
 ................................................ 1950‐52 Harry
Hurley
 .................................................... 1945 Mike
Hurley
 ................................................ 1976‐77 George
Huver
 .............................................. 1939‐40 Joe
Huver
 .................................................... 1953‐54 Paul
Hynes
........................................................ 1955

I Steve
Idzik
 ...................................................... 1956‐57 Chy
Chy
Ikenokwalu..........................................1998‐99 Bryant
Irwin ......................................................2009‐10

J Adam
Jablonski
 .......................................... 1947‐48 Norm
Jacobs
 .................................................... 1940 Abdulai
Jalloh................................................2005‐06 Larry
Jennings ..........................................1999‐2000 Brian
Jesiolowski ..........................................2003‐04 Will
Johnson
 ................................................ 1993‐96 Bernard
Jones
 .................................... 1992‐93,
1996 Carl
Jones ..........................................2010‐present Dwayne
Jones ..............................................2003‐05 Al
Juliana
 .............................................. 1953;
55‐57 George
Jurosky
............................................ 1952‐54

K Dan
Kane
 .......................................................... 1950 John
Kane
 .......................................... 1930;
1932‐34 Neil
Kane
 .......................................................... 1945 Tom
Kane
 .................................................... 1928‐31 Pete
Kathopoulis ..........................................2005‐07 Bob
Kaufman
 .................................................... 1967 Steve
Kearney
 ............................................ 1980‐81 Bill
Keaveney
 .................................................... 1945 Jack
Keaveney
 ............................................ 1933‐36 Francis
Keenan
 ................................................ 1916 Harry
Kelleher
 ............................................ 1940‐42 Kelly
 ................................................................ 1929 Craig
Kelly
 .................................................. 1972‐74 Dan
Kelly
 .................................................... 1968‐70 Joe
Kelly
 ...................................................... 1962‐64 Michael
Kempski
 .............................................. 1989 Mike
Kempski
 .............................................. 1967‐68 Vince
Kempton
 ............................................ 1959‐61 Dan
Kenney
 ................................................ 1935‐38 Jim
Kenney
 .................................................. 1934‐37 John
Kenney
 ................................................ 1935‐38 Larry
Kenney
 .............................................. 1938‐41 Jack
Kraft
 .................................................... 1940‐42 Greg
Krause
 ...................................................... 1974 Jack
Krutsick
 .................................................... 1971 Charlie
Kullman
 ................................................ 1952

L Joe
Langan
 .................................................. 1936‐37 Edwin
Lashley ..............................................2006‐09 John
Lavin
 .................................................. 1913‐15

Jack
Lawlor
 .................................................. 1932‐35 Brian
Leahy
 ................................................ 1986‐89 Doug
Leaman
 .................................................. 1960 Tom
Leckie
 .............................. 1912‐13;
1915;
1917 Dwayne
Lee ..................................................2003‐06 Ryan
Leib ..................................................1998‐2000 Ed
Leonarczyk
 ............................................ 1968‐69 Arvydas
Lidzius..............................................2004‐08 Jack
Lister
.................................................... 1949‐51 Bob
Lojewski
 .............................................. 1982‐85 Jack
Loughery
 .................................................. 1939 Bernard
Loughran
 ............................................ 1941 Jim
Lynam
 .................................................. 1961‐63 Bill
Lynch
 .................................................... 1953‐56 Tom
Lynch
 .................................................. 1968‐70 Dave
Lyons
 .................................................. 1946‐47

M Willie
Mackin
.................................................... 1923 Steve
MacZinko
 .......................................... 1973‐75 Bill
Maher
 .............................................. 1944;
46‐48 Mahoney
 .......................................................... 1916 Frank
Majewski
 .......................................... 1959‐61 Zane
Major
 .................................................. 1976‐79 Joe
Maley
 .................................................. 1943;
47 Ed
Mallie
 .................................................... 1922‐25 Dave
Mallon..................................................2003‐06 Ed
Mallon
 ........................................................ 1935 Vince
Mallon
 .................................................... 1923 Eddie
Malloy
 .................................................... 1990 Al
Mandes
 .................................................. 1933‐34 Curt
Mapes
 ...................................................... 1941 Bruce
Marks
 ................................................ 1969‐71 Phil
Martelli,
Jr. ............................................2000‐03 Jack
Martin
.................................................. 1915‐17 Maurice
Martin
 .......................................... 1983‐86 Ray
Martin
........................................................ 1970 Sam
Martin
 ................................................ 1916‐17 Sean
Martin
 ................................................ 1995‐96 Mastav
 ............................................................ 1926 Andy
Mathews
 ................................................ 1912 Robert
Matt
 .................................................... 1937 Bert
Maynard
 .................................................. 1944 Michael
Mazzio ............................................1996‐99 Dan
McCarthy
 ........................................ 1935;
1937 Jim
McCollum
 .............................................. 1970‐72 Ed
McCrystal
 .............................................. 1988‐89 Al
McCue
 .................................................... 1910‐11 Bill
McCue
 .................................................. 1935‐36 John
McCullough
 .............................................. 1912 Cookie
McCusker
 .................................. 1931;
33‐35 Paul
McDermitt
 .......................................... 1947‐50 Vince
McDermott
 ........................................ 1921‐22 McDevitt .......................................................... 1910 Joe
McDonald
 .................................................. 1910 Jack
McEnroe
 .................................................. 1944 Bill
McFadden
 ............................................ 1964‐65 Lonnie
McFarlan
.......................................... 1981‐83 Pat
McFarland
 ............................................ 1971‐73 Jim
McGonegal
 ...................................... 1932;
1934 Fran
McGrath
 .............................................. 1945‐47 Tim
McHugh
 ................................................ 1988‐89 Brett
McKay
 ................................................ 1990‐92 Ken
McKee
 .................................................. 1945‐46 Chuck
McKenna
 .......................................... 1964‐66 Jack
McKinney
 ............................................ 1955‐57 Frank
McLaughlin
 ........................................ 1969‐70 Joseph
McMahon
 ............................................ 1914 John
McMahon
 ................................................ 1946 John
McMenamin
........................................ 1935‐38 Bob
McNeill
 ................................................ 1958‐60 Bud
McNichol
 .............................................. 1930‐31 Jim
McShane
 .................................................... 1918 Jeff
Miller......................................................2001‐02 Marlon
Miller
 .............................................. 1988‐91 Bill
Mitchell
 ................................................ 1981‐84 Eric
Mitchell
 ................................................ 1969‐71 Marcus
Mitchell ............................................2006‐07 Alvin
Mofunanya ..........................................2006‐07 Jim
Moloney
................................................ 1918‐19 Joe
Monte
 ........................................................ 1940 Mike
Moody
 ...................................... 1971;
1973‐74 Rockwell
Moody............................................2007‐08

Ted
Moore
........................................................ 1923 John
Moran
 ...................................................... 1957 Sam
Moross
...................................................... 1938 Charlie
Morris
 ............................................ 1932‐34 Paul
Morrison
.............................................. 1980‐81 Joe
Morrow
 ................................................ 1931‐34 Mike
Morrow
 .............................................. 1980‐81 George
Moylan
 ................................................ 1921 Frank
Moynihan
 .......................................... 1930‐31 Mulholland
 ...................................................... 1914 Ed
Mullaly
.............................................. 1943;
46‐47 Greg
Mullee
 ................................................ 1985‐87 Tim
Mulqueen
 .................................................. 1987 Bob
Murphy
 .................................................... 1943 Ed
Murphy
........................................................ 1939 Frank
Murphy
 .................................................. 1958 Joe
Murphy
 ................................................ 1911‐12 John
Murphy
 .............................................. 1917‐19 Tom
Murphy
 .................................................... 1936 Murray
 ............................................................ 1910 Casey
Musick
 .................................................... 1992 Mustovoy
 ........................................................ 1926 Terrell
Myers
 .............................................. 1994‐97

N Mor
Naaman
 .................................................... 1990 Mike
Nash
 .............................................. 1968;
1970 James
Nassau
 .................................................. 1918 John
Neifert
...................................................... 1949 Jameer
Nelson ..............................................2001‐04 Lionel
Ngounou ........................................1998‐2001 Ahmad
Nivins ................................................2006‐09 Wally
Nowacki
 ............................................ 1953‐55

O Bill
Oakes
 .................................................... 1926‐29 Billy
Oakes
 .................................................. 1964‐66 Joe
Oakes
 .................................................... 1935‐38 Johnny
Oakes
 .............................................. 1922‐26 Jim
O’Brien
 .................................................. 1972‐74 Todd
O’Brien ................................................2010‐11 Marvin
O’Connor ..........................................2000‐02

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Chuck
McKenna


ALL-TIME ROSTER Ron
Vercruyssen
 ........................................ 1989‐92 Tommy
Vizard
 ...................................... 1918;
20‐21

Dick
O’Driscoll
 ............................................ 1947‐49 Ed
O’Halloran
 ........................................ 1944;
47‐48 Bob
O’Neill
 .................................................. 1945‐47 Harold
O’Neill
 .................................................. 1913 Jim
O’Neill
 ............................................ 1943;
46‐47 Joe
O’Neill
 .................................................. 1967‐68 Mike
O’Neill
 .................................................... 1945 Jim
Osborne
 ................................................ 1929‐32 George
Ottinger
 .............................................. 1945 Jimmy
Owens
 ........................................ 1985;
87‐89

W

P Dameon
Page ....................................................1996 Tony
Papaneri
 ............................................ 1951‐53 Lou
Peltzer
 .................................................. 1972‐74 Lou
Perotta
 ...................................................... 1928 Nemanja
Petrovic
 ........................................ 1995‐97 Dave
Pfahler
................................................ 1967‐69 Bill
Phillips ....................................................2000‐02 Demetrius
Poles
 .......................................... 1992‐94 Bill
Poletti
 ........................................................ 1946 Gabe
Poletti
............................................ 1944;
1947 Tom
Portland
 .................................................. 1942 Chris
Prescott................................................2009‐10 Gene
Prybella
 ........................................ 1972;
1974 Jim
Purcell
 .................................................. 1953‐56

Q Daryus
Quarles ..................................2011‐present Kevin
Quinn
 ...................................................... 1987

R Ray
Radziszewski
 ........................................ 1955‐57 Fran
Rafferty
 .............................................. 1973‐75 Frank
Rafferty
 .................................................. 1950 Kevin
Rafferty
 .................................................. 1980 Jack
Ramsay
 .......................................... 1943;
47‐49 Harold
Rasul..................................................1997‐98 Jim
Reagan
 .................................................. 1945‐48 Joseph
Reckner
 ................................................ 1925 Babe
Regan
 ...................................................... 1928 Damian
Reid..............................................1999‐2002 Connor
Reily
................................................ 1915‐16 Joe
Reilly
 .................................................... 1958‐60 Walter
Rider
 .................................................... 1929 Jim
Ridgeway
.................................................... 1931 Ron
Righter
 ................................................ 1974‐75 D.J.
Rivera ....................................................2007‐08 Skip
Robbins
 .................................................... 1981 Ronald
Roberts,
Jr. ............................2011‐present A.J.
Rogers ....................................................2009‐10 Rook
 ................................................................ 1910 Gerry
Rooney
 .................................................. 1945 Petey
Rosenberg
 .............................................. 1938

S Bob
Sabol
 .................................................... 1971‐73 John
Sacca
 ........................................................ 1939 Jack
Savage
 ................................................ 1956‐58 Alex
Sazonov ......................................1999;
2001‐03 Jimmy
Scanlon
 ............................................ 1910‐12 Bill
Schuster
 ...................................... 1942‐43;
1947 Lee
Scott
 ................................................ 1973;
1975 Pete
Sculley
 ................................................ 1930‐32 Ed
Scullin
 .................................................... 1937‐39 Bill
Seavey
 .................................................. 1941‐43 Mike
Sell
 .................................................... 1991‐93 George
Senesky
 .......................................... 1941‐43 Paul
Senesky
 .............................................. 1947‐50 Mike
Shaak
 .................................................. 1987‐90 Bart
Sheehan
 .............................................. 1929‐32 Frank
Sillito
 ................................................ 1948‐49 Duval
Simmonds
.......................................... 1995‐98 Dave
Slattery
 .............................................. 1983‐86

Joe
Spratt Fred
Slaveski
 .................................................... 1958 Jim
Smale
 .................................................... 1935‐38 Frank
Smith
 ................................................ 1930‐33 Henry
Smith
 ................................................ 1987‐89 John
Smith
 .................................................. 1979‐81 Jack
Snyder .................................................. 1969‐71 John
Snyder ............................................ 1973;
1975 Herm
Sorin .................................................. 1940‐42 Francis
Sparagna
 .............................................. 1946 Joe
Spratt
 .................................................... 1957‐59 Charles
Springer
 .............................................. 1987 Kevin
Springman
 ........................................ 1981‐84 Chet
Stachitas ..............................................2003‐06 Don
Stahl
 .................................................... 1940‐42 Al
Staud
 ............................................................ 1950 Richard
Stewart
 .......................................... 1988‐91 Rob
Sullivan ..................................................2004‐06 Harry
Stoll
 .................................................. 1912‐13 Ed
Sunkes
 .................................................... 1928‐31 Artur
Surov ..................................................2004‐07 Don
Swanick ................................................1950‐51 Mike
Swanick
 .............................................. 1951‐53 Larry
Sweeney
 .................................................. 1952 Patrick
Swilling,
Jr. ............................................2011

Walker
.............................................................. 1927 Tubby
Walker
 .............................................. 1929‐32 Jack
Wallin
 ...................................................... 1952 Ed
Walsh
 .................................................... 1963‐64 Tony
Walsh
 ...................................................... 1959 Carlin
Warley
 .............................................. 1992‐95 Jason
Warley
 .............................................. 1991‐92 Bryan
Warrick
 ............................................ 1979‐82 Ray
Washington
 .......................................... 1988‐91 J.J.
Watters
 ...................................................... 1993 Glenn
Welton
 .............................................. 1983‐84 Jack
Welsh
 ............................................ 1944;
47‐49 Joe
Wesner
 ............................................ 1944;
47‐49 Delonte
West ................................................2002‐04 Paul
Westhead
 ............................................ 1959‐61 Fred
Whartnaby
 .......................................... 1938‐39 Frank
Wilkins ............................................1998‐2001 John
Willcox
 ................................................ 1975‐76 Boo
Williams
 .............................................. 1978‐81 Wayne
Williams
 .......................................... 1983‐87 Garrett
Williamson........................................2007‐10 Dante
Woods
 .................................................. 1986 Erick
Woods ..............................................1998‐2001 Tom
Wynne
 ................................................ 1961‐63

Y Joe
Yates
 .................................................... 1910‐14 Jim
Young
 ........................................................ 1944

Z Bill
Zeiss
 .................................................. 1943;
1946 John
Zipp
 .................................................... 1972‐74 Phil
Zuber
 .................................................... 1931‐32 Matt
Zielenbach ........................................1998‐2000

T Willie
Taylor
 .................................................... 1976 Tommy
Temple
 .......................................... 1918‐21 Mike
Teti
 .......................................................... 1978 Mike
Thomas
 .............................................. 1975‐78 Tarone
Thornton
 .............................................. 1987 Frank
Tighe
 ...................................................... 1911 John
Tiller
.................................................... 1962‐64 Reggie
Townsend
 ........................................ 1993‐96 Jack
Tracy
 ........................................................ 1945 Tom
Tracy
 ........................................................ 1940 Bob
Trainer
 ................................................ 1938‐39 Ed
Trainer
.................................................... 1928‐31 Frank
Trainer
 .............................................. 1928‐30 Emerson
Treacy
 .......................................... 1920‐21 Taylor
Trevisan ..................................2011‐present

U Bob
Uber
 ................................................ 1937;
1939

V Bob
Valderas
 .............................................. 1976‐79 Jack
Van
Belle
.............................................. 1941‐43 Sam
Van
Hook
 .................................................. 1938 Kevin
Van
Osten
 .................................... 1979‐80;
82 Steve
Vassalotti
 .......................................... 1975‐77

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 98

Boo
Williams


ALL-TIME NUMBERS Leo
Breslin
(1954) Jack
McKinney
(1957) Bill
Hoy
(1963) Joe
Gallo
(1960) Bill
McFadden
(1965) Dave
Pfalner
(1969) Craig
Kelly
(1974) Luke
Griffin
(1980) Bill
Mitchell
(1984) Dan
Becker
(1985) Ivan
Brown
(1988) Mark
Bass
(1996) Phil
Martelli,
Jr.
(2003) Langston
Galloway
(current)

A
 list
 of
 uniform
 numbers
 worn
 at
 Saint Joseph’s,
dating
back
to
1937,
marking
the number
last
worn
by
that
player
in
his
final season
in
(

).
Some
names
may
be
omitted due
 to
 incomplete
 information.
 Current players
in
bold.

0

Tasheed
Carr
(2009)

1

Chris
Cologer
(2003) Abdulai
Jalloh
(2006) Chris
Prescott
(2010) C.J.
Aiken
(current)

11

2

Jeff
Miller
(2002) Brian
Jesiolowski
(2004) D.J.
Rivera
(2008) Todd
O’Brien
(2011)

3

Edward
Scullin
(1939) Larry
Kenney
(1941) Ed
Hallahan
(1945) Tony
Durso
(1947) Joe
Wesner
(1949) Charles
Kullman
(1952) Kevin
Connor
(1994) Michael
Mazzio
(1999) Larry
Jennings
(2000) Mike
Farrelly
(2003) Rob
Sullivan
(2006) Jawan
Carter
(2007)

4

Jim
Kenney
(1937) William
Buck
(1938) George
Senesky
(1943)
‐
Retired Jim
Young
(1944) Richard
Barr
(1945) Jim
O’Neill
(1947) Paul
Senesky
(1950)
‐
Retired Mike
Swanick
(1953) Jim
Purcell
(1956) Jack
Savage
(1958) Jim
Lynam
(1963)
‐
Retired Billy
Oakes
(1966)
‐
Retired Michael
Barrett
(1967) Mike
Dignazio
(1969) Ray
Martin
(1970) Bob
Sabol
(1973) Tom
Haggerty
(1978)

5

Robert
Matt
(1937) John
Van
Belle
(1943) Francis
McGrath
(1947) Frank
Sillito
(1949) Jack
Heller
(1954) Anthony
Walsh
(1959) Doug
Leaman
(1960) Boo
Williams
(1981) Terrell
Myers
(1997) Ryan
Leib
(2000) Dwayne
Lee
(2006) C.J.
Brown
(2010) Patrick
Swilling,
Jr.
(2011)

6

John
Kenney
(1938) Bernard
Loughran
(1941) William
Conway
(1943) Jack
Flannery
(1944) John
Tracy
(1945)

Jack
McKinney

Gabe
Poletti
(1947) Jim
Reagan
(1948) Daniel
Kane
(1950) Jim
Desmond
(1953) Cy
Crawford
(1954) Joe
Ceremsak
(1957)

7

Nicholas
D’Amora
(1943) Dan
Dougherty
(1957) Dick
Ellis
(1944) Jack
Lister
(1951) Bill
Keaveney
(1945) John
Kraft
(1942) William
Maher
(1948) Samuel
Moross
(1938) Joe
Huver
(1954)

8

James
Coughlin
(1942) Bert
Maynard
(1944) Harry
Hurley
(1945) Ed
Mullaly
(1947) Adam
Jablonski
(1948) John
McMenamin
(1948) Frank
Brannan
(1950) Mike
Fallon
(1956) Joe
Spratt
(1959)

9

Joe
Oakes
(1926) Harry
Kelleher
(1942) Ken
McKee
(1946) Bill
Schuster
(1947) William
Maher
(1948) Jack
Ramsay
(1949) Paul
McDermitt
(1950) Frank
Connors
(1953) Paul
Hynes
(1955)

10

John
Burns
(1945) Bill
Zeiss
(1946) Dave
Lyons
(1947) Henry
Dudek
(1949) Tom
Frein
(1950) Tony
Papaneri
(1953)

Dan
Kenney
(1938) John
Hughes
(1941) Bob
Boylan
(1943) Jack
McEnroe
(1944) Dan
Cummins
(1945) Ed
O’Halloran
(1948) Robert
Didyoung
(1949) Jim
Connell
(1955) Maurice
Martin
(1986) Michael
Kempski
(1989) Casey
Musick
(1992) Rashid
Bey
(1998) Marvin
O’Connor
(2002) Artur
Surov
(2007) Charoy
Bentley
(2011)

12

Joe
Langan
(1937) Ben
Guziewicz
(1939) Bill
Seavey
(1941) Mike
Durso
(1947) Joe
Wesner
(1949) John
Doogan
(1953) Bud
Brannan
(1955) Al
Cooke
(1959) Bob
Dickey
(1962) Marty
Ford
(1966) Bob
Brenner
(1967) Bill
DeAngelis
(1968) Mike
Nash
(1970) Bob
Haas
(1971) Fran
Rafferty
(1975) Mike
Hurley
(1977) Jeffery
Clark
(1982) Geoff
Arnold
(1986) Ed
McCrystal
(1989) Bernard
Blunt
(1995) Tim
Brown
(2000) Tyrone
Barley
(2004) Pat
Calathes
(2008) Justin
Crosgile
(2011)

Phil
Brady
(1952) Cy
Crawford
(1954) Jim
Connell
(1955) Al
Juliana
(1957) Bob
Gormley
(1962) Don
DiJulia
(1965) Steve
Donches
(1967) Dan
Kelly
(1970) Jack
Krutsick
(1971) Jim
O’Brien
(1974) Dennis
Cakert
(1976) Al
Clancy
(1977) Bill
Healy
(1982) Bruiser
Flint
(1987) Ray
Washington
(1991) Alex
Compton
(1994) Bob
Del
Vescovo
(1997) Matt
Zielenbach
(2000) Jameer
Nelson
(2004)
‐
Retired

15

John
Adams
(1940) Herman
Sorin
(1942) George
Ottinger
(1945) Joe
Maley
(1947) John
Neifert
(1949) Phil
Brady
(1952) Ed
Garrity
(1953) Jim
Connell
(1955) Tom
Brennan
(1954) Ed
Carney
(1957) John
Savage
(1958) Mike
Dalsey
(1963) Nemanja
Petrovic
(1997) Delonte
West
(2004) Pete
Kathopoulis
(2007) Garrett
Williamson
(2010)

16

Pete
Rosenberg
(1938) Bob
Murphy
(1943) Joe
Brennan
(1952) Wally
Nowacki
(1955)

13

Jim
Carr
(1923) Jimmy
Smale
(1938) Hank
Dudek
(1949) Bob
McNeil
(1960) Bryan
Warrick
(1982) Eddie
Malloy
(1990) John
Gallagher
(1999) Chet
Stachitas
(2006) Darrin
Govens (2010) Ronald
Roberts,
Jr.
(current)

14

Matt
Guokas,
Sr.
(1938) Don
Stahl
(1942) Gerry
Rooney
(1945) Bob
O’Neill
(1947) Bill
Benson
(1950)

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 99

Jim
O’Brien


ALL-TIME NUMBERS 22

Steve
Courtin
(1964) Bud
Gardler
(1968) Frank
McLaughlin
(1970) Bob
Atene
(1971) Louis
Peltzer
(1974) Zane
Major
(1979) Mike
Morrow
(1981) Pete
Callahan
(1983) Bob
Dzurenda
(1985) Craig
Amos
(1992) J.J.
Waters
(1993) Edwin
Lashley
(2009) Taylor
Trevisan
(current)

23

John
Bryant

17

Larry
Kenney
(1941) Tom
Clarke
(1944) Jack
Ramsay
(1949) John
Heller
(1954) Bill
Lynch
(1956) John
Moran
(1957)

18

Paul
Chadick
(1939) Larry
Henry
(1943) Vic
Faralli
(1944) Allen
Haley
(1945) Hank
Dudek
(1949) Ray
Radziszewski
(1957)

John
Welsh
(1949) Joe
Gallo
(1960) Frank
Majewski
(1961) Edward
Walsh
(1964) Adrian
Hubbard
(1979) Tony
Costner
(1984) Rodney
Blake
(1987) Henry
Smith
(1989) Jason
Warley
(1992) Arthur
Davis
(1997) Bill
Phillips
(2002)

24

Joe
Brennan
(1952) Ed
Walsh
(1964) Harry
Booth
(1962) Matt
Goukas
(1966) Mike
Kempski
(1968) Jim
McCollum
(1972) Steve
MacZinko
(1975) Norman
Black
(1979) Tony
DiCaro
(1983) Jack
Concannon
(1987) Harold
Rasul
(1998) Bill
Phillips
(2002) Daryus
Quarles
(current)

25

19

John
Savage
(1958) Al
Cooke
(1959) Kevin
Baggett
(1988) Richard
Stewart
(1991) Damian
Reid
(2002)

20

Cliff
Anderson
(1967)

‐
Retired Bruce
Marks
(1971) Kevin
Furey
(1974) Steve
Vassalotti
(1977) Mark
Dearborn
(1982)

Jack
Loughery
(1939) Dick
O’Driscoll
(1949) Frank
Brennan
(1950) George
Jurosky
(1954) Kurt
Engelbert
(1957) Norm
Butz
(1947) Steve
Idzik
(1957) Joe
Kelly
(1964) Al
Grundy
(1967) Mike
Nash
(1970)
 Jack
Snyder
(1971) Michael
Borski
(1976) Ed
DiRugeris
(1980) Kevin
Van
Osten
(1982) Wayne
Williams
(1987) Tim
McHugh
(1989) Brett
McKay
(1992) Na’im
Crenshaw
(2002)

21

Al
Goukas
(1948) John
Hoffacker
(1959) Frank
Majewski
(1961) Brian
Daly
(1992) Frank
Wilkins
(2001) Dwayne
Jones
(2005) Temi
Adebayo
(2010)

30

31

Joe
Spratt
(1959) Paul
Westhead
(1961) John
Tiller
(1964) Ron
Vercruyssen
(1992) Erick
Woods
(2001) Andrew
Koefer
(2004)

32

John
Tiller
(1964) Bob
Brenner
(1967) Tom
Lynch
(1970) Pat
McFarland
(1973) Gene
Prybella
(1974) Rob
Valderas
(1979) Paul
Morrison
(1981) Glenn
Welton
(1984) Marlon
Miller
(1991) Carlin
Warley
(1995)

Alvin
Mofunanya
(2007) Idris
Hilliard
(2011)

33

Rap
Curry
(1994) Duval
Simmonds
(1998) Larry
Jennings
(2000)
 Pat
Carroll
(2005) Marcus
Mitchell
(2007)

34

Tom
Wynne
(1963) Jim
Coolican
(1960) Vince
Curran
(1966) Joe
O’Neill
(1968) Eric
Mitchell
(1971) John
Zipp
(1974) John
Griffin
(1978) Ed
DiRugeris
(1980) Stuart
Robbins
(1981) Lonnie
McFarlan
(1983) Greg
Mullee
(1987) Jimmy
Owens
(1989) Marlon
Miller
(1991) Will
Johnson
(1996) Chy
Chy
Ikenokwalu
(1999) John
Bryant
(2005) Ahmad
Nivins
(2009)

35

Joe
Reilly
(1960) Sean
Martin
(1996) Carl
Jones
(current)

40

Jim
Boyle
(1964) Tom
Duff
(1966) Al
Horn
(1968) John
Connolly
(1971) Bob
Sabol
(1973) Ron
Righter
(1974) Steve
Kearney
(1981) Joe
Barton
(1982) Dave
Slattery
(1986) Chris
DiMascio
(1994) Andre
Howard
(2000) Dave
Mallon
(2006) Rockwell
Moody
(2008) Bryant
Irwin
(2010) Mike
Thomas
(1978)

44

Jack
Egan
(1961) Mike
Bantom
(1973)
‐
Retired Ed
Benson
(1977) John
Smith
(1981) Bob
Lojewski
(1985) Dante
Woods
(1986) Brian
Leahy
(1989) Matt
Guokas
III
(1992) Demetrius
Poles
(1994) Rob
Haskins
(2000)

45

Vince
Kempton
(1961) Bernard
Jones
(1996) A.J.
Rogers
(2010)

50

Chuck
McKenna
(1966) Mike
Hauer
(1970) John
Snyder
(1975) Al
Clancy
(1977) Randy
Alter
(1978) Brian
Leahy
(1989)

51

Alex
Sazanov
(2003)

52

Ed
Leonarczyk
(1969) John
Willcox

(1976) Mike
Sell
(1993) Rob
Ferguson
(2008)

55

Dimitri
Domani
(1997) Lionel
Ngounou
(2001) Mike
Auriemma
(2010)

41

Dan
Bugey
(1961) Larry
Hofmann
(1964) Mor
Naaman
(1990) Arvydas
Lidzius
(2008)

42

Marty
Ford
(1966) Frank
McLaughlin
(1970) Mike
Moody
(1974) Adrian
Hubbard
(1979) Kevin
Springman
(1984) Jimmy
Owens
(1989) Mike
Shaak
(1990) Reggie
Townsend
(1996) Carl
Baptiste
(2011)

43

Fred
Slaveski
(1958) Rob
Hartshorn
(2004)

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 100

Nemanja
Petrovic


HONOR ROLL NABC
All‐District

The
list
is
a
partial
representation
of all
of
the
awards
and
honors
earned by
Saint
Joseph’s
coaches
and
players through
the
years.

1949‐50 1956‐57 1958‐59 1959‐60 1960‐61 1962‐63 1963‐64 1964‐65

COACHES


Naismith
Memorial Basketball
Hall
of
Fame 1992

Jack
Ramsay


National
Coach
of
the
Year 2003‐04 Phil
Martelli
 Consensus
Coach
of
the
Year: Associated
Press
Coach
of
the
Year, CBS/Chevrolet
Coach
of
the
Year, Naismith
Award,
NABC
Co‐Coach
of the
Year,
Rupp
Cup,
Hank
Iba
Trophy (USBWA)

1965‐66

District
Coach
of
the
Year

1966‐67 1967‐68 1969‐70 1971‐72 1972‐73

1996‐97 Phil
Martelli
(NABC,
USBWA) 2002‐03 Phil
Martelli
(USBWA) 2003‐04 Phil
Martelli
(NABC,
USBWA)

1973‐74 1978‐79

Atlantic
10
Coach
of
the
Year 1985‐86 1996‐97 2000‐01 2003‐04 2004‐05

Jim
Boyle Phil
Martelli Phil
Martelli Phil
Martelli Phil
Martelli

Eastern
Coach
of
the
Year 1973‐74 1996‐97 2002‐03 2003‐04

Jack
McKinney Phil
Martelli Phil
Martelli Phil
Martelli

Big
5
Coach
of
the
Year 1995‐96 Phil
Martelli 2003‐04 Phil
Martelli

East
Coast
Conference Coach
of
the
Year 1979‐80 Jim
Lynam

TEAM


2003‐04 •
Wanamaker
Award •
Team
of
the
Year
by
 Phila.
Sportswriters
Assoc. •
Big
5
Team
of
the
Year

PLAYERS

National
Player
of
the
Year 1942‐43 George
Senesky
 Helms
Foundation
Player
of
the
Year 2003‐04 Jameer
Nelson
 Consensus
 Player
 of
 the
 Year: Associated
 Press
 Player
 of
 the
 Year, CBS/Chevrolet
 Player
 of
 the
 Year, Naismith
 Award,
 NABC
 Co‐Player
 of the
 Year,
 Rupp
 Award,
 Oscar Robertson
 Trophy
 (USBWA),
 John
 R. Wooden
Award

Kurt
 Engelbert
 was
 named
 an
 All‐ American
in
1957.


1979‐80

John
R.
Wooden
Award

1980‐81

2003‐04 Jameer
Nelson


All‐Americans 1931‐32 1937‐38 1939‐40 1942‐43 1956‐57 1959‐60
 1965‐66 1966‐67 1972‐73 2003‐04

Phil
Zuber Matt
Guokas,
Sr. Larry
Kenney George
Senesky
 Kurt
Engelbert Bob
McNeill Matt
Guokas,
Jr.
 Cliff
Anderson Mike
Bantom Jameer
Nelson
 (consensus
and
unanimous AP
1st
Team
selection) Delonte
West
(Hon.
Men.) 2004‐05 Pat
Carroll
(Hon.
Men.) 2008‐09 Ahmad
Nivins
(Hon.
Men.)

Bob
Cousy
Point
Guard
Award

1981‐82 1982‐83 1983‐84 1984‐85 1985‐86 1986‐87 1987‐88 1991‐92 1992‐93 1993‐94 1996‐97 1997‐98 2000‐01

2003‐04 Jameer
Nelson
 (inaugural
award)

2001‐02

Senior
CLASS
Award

2002‐03

2003‐04 Jameer
Nelson



Frances
Pomeroy
Naismith Award 2003‐04 Jameer
Nelson

NABC
East‐West
 All‐American
Game 1973 1986


Mike
Bantom Maurice
Martin

2003‐04 2004‐05 2006‐07 2007‐08 2008‐09

Atlantic
10
Player
of
the
Year

Paul
Senesky
(1st
team) 1985‐86 Maurice
Martin
 Kurt
Engelbert
(1st
team) 2003‐04 Jameer
Nelson Bob
McNeill
(2nd
team) 2004‐05 Pat
Carroll
(Co‐Player)
 Bob
McNeill
(1st
team) 2008‐09 Ahmad
Nivins Jack
Egan
(2nd
team) Jim
Lynam
(2nd
team) All‐Atlantic
10 Steve
Courtin
(3rd
team)































 1982‐83 Tony
Costner
(1st
team) Matt
Guokas,
Jr.
(2nd
team) Bob
Lojewski
(2nd
team) Cliff
Anderson
(3rd
team) 1983‐84 Tony
Costner
(1st
team)

 Bill
Oakes
(3rd
team) Bob
Lojewski
(2nd
team) Matt
Guokas,
Jr.
(1st
team) Maurice
Martin
(2nd
team) Cliff
Anderson
(2nd
team) 1984‐85 Maurice
Martin
(1st
team) Cliff
Anderson
(1st
team) Bob
Lojewski
(2nd
team) Dan
Kelly
(2nd
team) 1986‐87
 Rodney
Blake
(1st
team) Dan
Kelly
(3rd
team) Bruiser
Flint
(2nd
team) Mike
Bantom
(1st
team) 1987‐88 Rodney
Blake
(1st
team) Mike
Bantom
(1st
team) 1988‐89 Henry
Smith
(3rd
team) Pat
McFarland
(3rd
team) 1989‐90 Craig
Amos
(3rd
team) Jim
O’Brien
(2nd
team) 1990‐91 Bernard
Blunt
(2nd
team)
 Norman
Black
(3rd
team) 1991‐92
 Bernard
Blunt
(1st
team) Boo
Williams
(3rd
team) Craig
Amos
(3rd
team) Luke
Griffin
(2nd
team) 1992‐93 Bernard
Blunt
(1st
team) Boo
Williams
(2nd
team) Carlin
Warley
(3rd
team) Bryan
Warrick
(2nd
team) 1994‐95
 Reggie
Townsend
(2nd
team) Boo
Williams (2nd
team) 1995‐96 Reggie
Townsend
(3rd
team) Bryan
Warrick
(1st
team) 1996‐97 Rashid
Bey
(1st
team) Tony
Costner
(2nd
team) Dmitri
Domani
(2nd
team) Bob
Lojewski
(2nd
team) Terrell
Myers
(3rd
team) Tony
Costner
(2nd
team) 1997‐98 Rashid
Bey
(2nd
team) Tony
Costner
(2nd
team) 1999‐00 Marvin
O’Connor
(3rd
team) Bob
Lojewski
(2nd
team) 2000‐01 Marvin
O’Connor
(1st
team) Maurice
Martin
(1st
team) Jameer
Nelson
(2nd
team) Bob
Lojewski
(2nd
team) Bill
Phillips
(3rd
team) Maurice
Martin
(1st
team) 2001‐02
 Jameer
Nelson
(1st
team) Rodney
Blake
(1st
team) Marvin
O’Connor (2nd
team) Rodney
Blake
(1st
team) Bill
Phillips
(2nd
team) Rodney
Blake
(2nd
team (continued
on
page
102) Bernard
Blunt
(2nd
team) Bernard
Blunt
(1st
team) Carlin
Warley
(2nd
team) Rashid
Bey
(2nd
team) Rashid
Bey
(1st
team) Marvin
O’Connor
(1st
team) Jameer
Nelson
(2nd
team) Marvin
O’Connor
(1st
team) Jameer
Nelson
(2nd
team) Jameer
Nelson
(1st
team) Delonte
West
(2nd
team)


 Jameer
Nelson
(1st
team) Delonte
West
(1st
team)
 Pat
Carroll
(1st
team) Dwayne
Jones
(2nd
team Ahmad
Nivins
(1st
team) Pat
Calathes
(1st
team) Ahmad
Nivins
(3rd
team) Ahmad
Nivins
(1st
team)

Bob
Lojewski
earned
All‐Atlantic
10 honors
for
three
consecutive
years.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 101


HONOR ROLL Atlantic
10
 Defensive
Player
of
the
Year 1996‐97 Dmitri
Domani 2004‐05 Dwayne
Jones

Atlantic
10
 All‐Defensive
Team 1996‐97 Dmitri
Domani 2002‐03 Jameer
Nelson 2003‐04 Tyrone
Barley Dwayne
Jones Jameer
Nelson 2004‐05 Dwayne
Jones Dwayne
Lee 2008‐09 Garrett
Williamson 2009‐10 Garrett
Williamson

Atlantic
10
 Sixth
Man
of
the
Year 2000‐01 Na’im
Crenshaw 2003‐04 Tyrone
Barley Tyrone
Barley
was
the
Atlantic
10’s Sixth
Man
of
the
Year
as
he
helped lead
the
Hawks
to
a
30‐2
record
in 2003‐04.
 2002‐03
 Jameer
Nelson
(1st
team) Delonte
West
(1st
team) Pat
Carroll
(3rd
team) 2003‐04 Jameer
Nelson
(1st
team) Delonte
West
(1st
team) 2004‐05 Pat
Carroll
(1st
team) Dwayne
Jones
(2nd
team) 2005‐06 Abdulai
Jalloh
(2nd
team) Chet
Stachitas
(2nd
team) 2006‐07 Ahmad
Nivins
(1st
team) Pat
Calathes
(3rd
team) 2007‐08 Pat
Calathes
(1st
team) Ahmad
Nivins
(3rd
team) 2008‐09
 Ahmad
Nivins
(1st
team)

Atlantic
10
 Rookie
of
the
Year 1990‐91 Bernard
Blunt
 2000‐01 Jameer
Nelson

Atlantic
10
All‐Rookie
Team 1982‐83 1984‐85 1988‐89 1990‐91 1991‐92 1992‐93 1993‐94 1996‐97 1998‐99 2000‐01 2005‐06 2006‐07 2010‐11

Maurice
Martin Rodney
Blake Craig
Amos Bernard
Blunt Rap
Curry Demetrius
Poles Mark
Bass Dmitri
Domani Arthur
Davis Damian
Reid Jameer
Nelson Ahmad
Nivins Jawan
Carter Langston
Galloway

Atlantic
10
 Chris
Daniels
Award
 (Most
Improved) 1996‐97 Rashid
Bey 2002‐03 Delonte
West

Big
5
Geasey
Award (Most
Valuable
Player) 1958‐59 Joe
Spratt 1962‐63 Jim
Lynam 1963‐64 Steve
Courtin
(co‐MVP)
 1966‐67 Cliff
Anderson
 1981‐82 Jeffery
Clark
(co‐MVP) 1996‐97 Rashid
Bey
 1997‐98 Rashid
Bey
 2000‐01 Marvin
O’Connor 2002‐03 Jameer
Nelson
 2003‐04 Jameer
Nelson
 2004‐05 Pat
Carroll 2007‐08 Pat
Calathes
(co‐MVP) 2008‐09 Ahmad
Nivins

All‐Big
5 1955‐56 Kurt
Engelbert
(1st
team) Mike
Fallon
(1st
team) Bill
Lynch
(1st
team) Al
Juliana
(1st
team) 1956‐57 Dan
Dougherty
(1st
team) Kurt
Engelbert
(1st
team) Ray
Radziszewski
(1st
team) 1957‐58 Bob
McNeill
(1st
team) 1958‐59 Joe
Spratt
(1st
team) Bob
McNeill
(1st
team) 1959‐60 Joe
Gallo
(1st
team) Bob
McNeill
(1st
team) 1961‐62 Tom
Wynne
(1st
team) 1962‐63 Jim
Lynam
(1st
team) Tom
Wynne
(1st
team) 1963‐64 Steve
Courtin
(1st
team)

1990‐91
 Bernard
Blunt
(1st
team) Craig
Amos
(2nd
team)

 Rap
Curry
(2nd
team) 1991‐92 Bernard
Blunt
(1st
team) Craig
Amos
(2nd
team) 1992‐93 Bernard
Blunt
(1st
team) Rap
Curry
(2nd
team) Carlin
Warley
(2nd
team)
 1993‐94 Carlin
Warley
(1st
team) Rap
Curry
(2nd
team) 1994‐95 Reggie
Townsend
(2nd
team) Carlin
Warley
(2nd
team) 1995‐96 Reggie
Townsend
(1st

team) Mark
Bass
(2nd
team) Will
Johnson
(2nd
team)
 1996‐97 Rashid
Bey
(1st
team) Arthur
Davis
(2nd
team) Dmitri
Domani
(2nd
team) 1997‐98 Rashid
Bey
(1st
team) Harold
Rasul
(2nd
team) 1998‐99 Andre
Howard
(2nd
team) 1999‐00
 Marvin
O’Connor
(1st
team) Dmitri
 Domani
 earned
 the
 Atlantic 2000‐01 Jameer
Nelson
(1st
team) 10
 Defensive
 Player
 of
 the
 Year Award
in
1997. Marvin
O’Connor
(1st
team) Bill
Phillips
(2nd
team) 2001‐02 Jameer
Nelson
(1st
team) 1964‐65 Cliff
Anderson
(1st
team)
















 Marvin
O’Connor
(1st
team) Matt
Guokas,
Jr.
(1st
team) Bill
Phillips
(2nd
team)
 1965‐66 Cliff
Anderson
(1st
team) 2002‐03
 Jameer
Nelson
(1st
team) Matt
Guokas,
Jr.
(1st
team) Delonte
West
(1st
team) 1966‐67 Cliff
Anderson
(1st
team) Pat
Carroll
(2nd
team) 1967‐68 Mike
Hauer
(1st
team) 2003‐04 Jameer
Nelson
(1st
team) Dan
Kelly
(1st
team) Delonte
West
(1st
team) 1968‐69 Mike
Hauer
(1st
team) Pat
Carroll
(2nd
team) 1969‐70 Mike
Hauer
(1st
team) 2004‐05 Pat
Carroll
(1st
team) Dan
Kelly
(1st
team) Dwayne
Jones
(2nd
team) 1971‐72 Mike
Bantom
(1st
team) 2005‐06 Chet
Stachitas
(2nd
team) 1972‐73 Mike
Bantom
(1st
team) (continued
on
page
103) Pat
McFarland
(1st
team) 1973‐74 Mike
Moody
(1st
team) Jim
O’Brien
(1st
team) 1975‐76 Norman
Black
(1st
team) Mike
Thomas
(2nd
team) 1976‐77 Norman
Black
(1st
team) 1979‐80 Boo
Williams
(1st
team) 1980‐81 Bryan
Warrick
(1st
team) 1981‐82 Jeffery
Clark
(1st
team) Bryan
Warrick
(1st
team) Tony
Costner
(2nd
team) Lonnie
McFarlan
(2nd
team) 1982‐83 Bob
Lojewski
(1st
team) Tony
Costner
(2nd
team) 1983‐84 Maurice
Martin
(1st
team) Tony
Costner
(2nd
team) 1985‐86 Rodney
Blake
(1st
team) Maurice
Martin
(1st
team) Wayne
Williams
(2nd
team) 1986‐87
 Rodney
Blake
(1st
team) Wayne
Williams
(2nd
team) Mike
Fallon
was
one
of
four
Hawks to
earn
All‐Big
5
1st
Team
honors
in 1987‐88 Rodney
Blake
(1st
team) 1955‐56,
which
was
the
first
season 1989‐90 Craig
Amos
(2nd
team) of
City
Series
play.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 102


HONOR ROLL All‐Big
5
(cont.)

Academic
All‐America

2006‐07 Ahmad
Nivins
(1st
team) Pat
Calathes
(2nd
team) 2007‐08 Pat
Calathes
(1st
team) Rob
Ferguson
(2nd
team) Ahmad
Nivins
(2nd
team) 2008‐09 Ahmad
Nivins
(1st
team) Tasheed
Carr
(2nd
team) 2009‐10 Garrett
Williamson
 (2nd
team) 2010‐11 Carl
Jones
(2nd
team)

2000‐01 Bill
Phillips
(3rd
team) 2001‐02 Bill
Phillips
(2nd
team) 1969‐70 Dan
Kelly
(3rd
team)

Big
5
‐
Zinkoff
Award

2000‐01 Bill
Phillips 2001‐02 Bill
Phillips

ESPN
the
Magazine Academic
All‐District
Team 2004‐05 Chet
Stachitas 2005‐06 Chet
Stachitas

Atlantic
10
 Student‐Athlete
of
the
Year

(Rookie
of
the
Year) 1990‐91 Bernard
Blunt 2000‐01 Jameer
Nelson 2010‐11 Langston
Galloway

Atlantic
10
 All‐Academic
Team

Big
5
‐
Paull
Award (Most
Improved
Player) 1990‐91 Matt
Guokas
III 1994‐95 Reggie
Townsend 1995‐96 Will
Johnson 2000‐01 Jameer
Nelson 2002‐03 Delonte
West 2004‐05 Dwayne
Lee

Big
5
‐
Merrill
Award (Sportsmanship
Award) 1996‐97 Nemanja
Petrovic 1999‐00 Tim
Brown 2007‐08 Rob
Ferguson

Big
5
‐
Palumbo
Award (Top
Scorer) 2000‐01 Marvin
O’Connor 2002‐03 Jameer
Nelson 2004‐05 Pat
Carroll 2010‐11 Carl
Jones

All‐East
Coast
Conference 1974‐75 1975‐76 1976‐77 1977‐78 1978‐79

Ron
Righter
(1st
team) Norman
Black
(1st
team) Norman
Black
(2nd
team) Boo
Williams
(2nd
team) Norman
Black
(2nd
team) Boo
Williams
(2nd
team) 1979‐80 Boo
Williams
(1st
team) Luke
Griffin
(2nd
team) 1980‐81 Boo
Williams
(1st
team) Bryan
Warrick
(2nd
team) Tony
Costner
(All‐Rookie) 1981‐82 Jeffery
Clark
(1st
team) Tony
Costner
(1st
team) Bryan
Warrick
(1st
team) Bob
Lojewski
(All‐Rookie)

East
Coast
Conference
 Rookie
of
the
Year 1977‐78 Boo
Williams

Ahmad
Nivins
was
the
Player
of
the Year
in
both
the
Atlantic
10
and
the Big
5
in
2008‐09.


All‐Middle
Atlantic Conference 1961‐62 Tom
Wynne
(1st
team) Jim
Lynam
(Hon.
Men.) 1962‐63 Jim
Lynam
(1st
team) Tom
Wynne
(1st
team) 1963‐64 Steve
Courtin
(1st
team) Tom
Duff
(2nd
team) 1964‐65 Cliff
Anderson
(1st
team) Matt
Goukas
(1st
team) Tom
Duff
(2nd
team) Marty
Ford
(2nd
team) Bill
Oakes
(2nd
team) 1966‐67 Cliff
Anderson
(1st
team) Steve
Donches
(Hon.
Men.) 1967‐68 Mike
Hauer
(1st
team) Dan
Kelly
(1st
team) Bill
DeAngelis
(Hon.
Men.) 1968‐69 Dan
Kelly
(1st
team) Mike
Hauer
(2nd
team) 1969‐70 Mike
Hauer
(East
Div.) Dan
Kelly
(East
Div.) 1971‐72 Mike
Bantom
(1st
team) Pat
McFarland
(1st
team) James
McCollum
(Hon.
Men.) 1972‐73 Mike
Bantom
(1st
team) Pat
McFarland
(1st
team) 1973‐74 Jim
O’Brien
(1st
team) Mike
Moody
(2nd
team)

All‐Middle
Atlantic Conference
MVP 1962‐63 Jim
Lynam 1963‐64 Steve
Courtin 1972‐73 Pat
McFarland

1990‐91 Ray
Washington 1993‐94
 Alex
Compton 1995‐96
 Nemanja
Petrovic 1996‐97
 Nemanja
Petrovic 1999‐00 Bill
Phillips 2000‐01 Bill
Phillips 2001‐02 Bill
Phillips 2004‐05 Chet
Stachitas 2005‐06 Chet
Stachitas

John
P.
Hilferty
 Memorial
Award
* (Saint
Joseph’s
MVP) 2001‐02 Jameer
Nelson,
 Bill
Phillips 2002‐03 Jameer
Nelson,
 Delonte
West 2003‐04 Jameer
Nelson,
 Delonte
West 2004‐05 Pat
Carroll,
 Dwayne
Jones

Bill
Phillips
was
a
two‐time
Atlantic 10
Student‐Athlete
of
the
Year
and also
 earned
 Academic
 All‐America honors.
 2005‐06 2006‐07 2007‐08 2008‐09 2009‐10 2010‐11

Chet
Stachitas Ahmad
Nivins Pat
Calathes Ahmad
Nivins Garrett
Williamson Langston
Galloway, Carl
Jones

*
Incomplete
list

Carl
Jones
(left)
and
Langston
Galloway
were
named
the
Hawks’
co‐MVPs for
2010‐11,
sharing
the
John
P.
Hilferty
Memorial
Award,
as
presented
by Director
of
Athletics
Don
DiJulia
(right).

The
duo
accounted
for
45
percent of
 SJU’s
 scoring
 last
 season,
 with
 Jones
 averaging
 17.0
 ppg
 and
 Galloway scoring
12.8
ppg.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 103


SJU BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME

Jim
Lynam,
who
coached
the
1980‐81
Hawks,
spoke
on
behalf
of
the
team at
the
Basketball
Hall
of
Fame
induction.
 The
Hawks’
1980‐81
team
was
honored
in
April
2011
with
induction
into
the SJU
Basketball
Hall
of
Fame.

Rashid
Bey,
who
starred
for
the
Hawks
from
1995‐98,
became
SJU’s
latest inductee
into
the
Big
5
Hall
of
Fame.
(complete
list
on
pg.
156)


Athletic
director
Don
DiJulia
welcomed
former
play‐ er
Larry
Kenney
back
to
Hawk
Hill
during
the
2011‐12 season.
Kenney
earned
All‐America
honors
in
1939‐ 40
 and
 scored
 39
 points
 in
 a
 game
 in
 1941,
 which ranks
as
one
of
the
best
efforts
in
SJU
history.


Saint
Joseph’s
Basketball
Hall
of
Fame Name,
Class 1980‐81
Team Craig
Amos
‘92 Cliff
Anderson
‘67 Clare
Ariano
* Geoff
Arnold
‘86 Mike
Bantom
‘73 Mark
Bass
‘96 Rashid
Bey
‘98 Norman
Black
‘79 Rodney
Blake
‘87 Bob
Boylan
‘43 Jim
Boyle
‘64 Bernard
Blunt
‘95
 Phil
Brady
‘52 Norm
Butz
‘47 Jeffery
Clark
‘82 Bob
Clarke
‘60
 John
Collins
‘45
 John
Connolly
‘71 Bill
Conway
‘43 Mike
Conway* Tony
Costner
‘84 Steve
Courtin
‘64 Rap
Curry
‘94 Bill
DeAngelis
‘68 Don
DiJulia
‘67 Dmitri
Domani
‘97 John
Doogan
‘53 Andy
Dougherty
‘48* Dan
Dougherty
‘57 Jim
Dougherty
‘34 Tom
Duff
‘66 Kurt
Engelbert
‘57 Mike
Fallon
‘56 Bill
Ferguson* Bruiser
Flint
‘87 Marty
Ford
‘66 Tom
Frein
‘50 Joe
Gallo
‘60 Ed
Garrity
‘53 John
Griffin
‘78 Luke
Griffin
‘80 Matt
Guokas,
Sr.
‘38 Matt
Guokas,
Jr.
‘66 Mike
Hauer
‘70 John
Hilferty
‘78* Bill
Hoy
‘63 Al
Juliana
‘57 Harry
Kelleher
‘42 Dan
Kelly
‘70 Dan
Kenney
‘38

Induction 2011 1997 1973 2005 1992 1981 2001 2005 1984 1993 1987 1981 2000 1990 1986 1988 1992 1979 1991 1983 1994 1989 1980 1999 1985 1984 2006 1987 1977 1983 1988 1982 1976 1977 1973 1998 1986 1989 1982 1978 2010 1986 1974 1975 1980 1984 1990 1989 1979 1980 1976

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 104

John
Kenney
‘38 Larry
Kenney
‘41 Jack
Kraft
‘42 Bob
Lojewski
‘85 Jim
Lynam
‘63 Bill
Lynch
‘56 Zane
Major
‘79 Maurice
Martin
‘86 Cookie
McCusker
‘35 Paul
McDermitt
‘50 Jack
McEnroe
‘44 Lonnie
McFarlan
‘83 Pat
McFarland
‘73 Jack
McKinney
‘57 John
McMenamin
‘38 William
McNamee,
M.D.* Bob
McNeill
‘60 Terrell
Myers
‘97 Mike
Moody
‘74 Bill
Oakes
‘66 Joe
Oakes
‘38 Jim
O’Brien
‘74 Marvin
O’Connor
‘02 Ed
O’Halloran
’48 Jim
O’Neill
‘47 Jim
Osborne
‘32 Bill
Phillips
‘02 Ray
Radziszewski
‘57 Jack
Ramsay
‘49 Ron
Righter
‘75 Rev.
Emory
Ross,
S.J.*
 Bill
Schuster
‘47 Ed
Scullin
‘39 George
Senesky
‘43 Paul
Senesky
‘50 Bart
Sheehan
‘32 Jim
Smale
‘38 John
Smith
‘81 Joe
Spratt
‘59 Ed
Sunkes
‘31 Mike
Swanick
‘53 Mike
Thomas
‘78 Ed
Trainer
‘39 Jack
Van
Belle
‘43 Bryan
Warrick
‘82 Boo
Williams
‘81 Wayne
Williams
‘87 Tom
Wynne
‘63 Phil
Zuber
‘32

1979 1978 1985 1990 1975 1982 1993 1992 1975 1984 1994 1995 1981 1980 1975 1985 1974 2006 2002 1978 1978 1985 2008 1981 1987 1978 2010 1979 1974 1991 1984 1986 1977 1973 1976 1974 1979 1988 1976 1985 1986 1983 1987 1977 1988 1987 1998 1977 1988

*non‐playing
inductees Persons
in
bold are
also
members
of
 the
SJU
Athletic
Hall
of
Fame


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

W 10 6 6 11 10 14 11 18 5 3 9 4 8 7 9 9 4 6 6 8 12 16 8 7 6 12 14 15 13 9 10 12 12 18 18 12 9 16 13 12 10 13 20 14 14 12

L 6 6 22 5 5 1 9 5 2 3 6 10 9 8 9 9 11 11 11 10 9 5 10 9 11 3 5 4 5 12 5 6 6 4 7 11 11 6 11 11 15 14 7 11 9 14

Pct. .625 .500 .214 .688 .667 .933 .550 .783 .714 .500 .600 .286 .471 .467 .500 .500 .267 .353 .353 .444 .571 .762 .444 .438 .353 .800 .737 .789 .722 .429 .667 .667 .667 .818 .720 .522 .450 .727 .542 .522 .400 .481 .741 .560 .609 .462

Captain(s) Godfrey
Schroth Godfrey
Schroth,
Al
McCue Jim
Scanlon Joe
Yates Joe
Yates John
Lavin Pat
Byrne,
John
Lavin Pat
Byrne Tom
Temple Lou
Healey Tom
Temple Tom
Vizard Ted
Deady Bob
Devine Richard
Crean John
Oakes Bart
Sheehan John
Collins Ted
Branka Bill
Oakes Francis
Trainer Tom
Kane,
Ed
Trainer Jim
Osborne Francis
Smith John
Kane,
Charles
Morris Francis
McCusker Dan
Kenney,
John
Kenney John
McMenamin,
Joe
Oakes Matt
Guokas,
Jim
Smale Ed
Scullin George
Dambrackas,
John
Adams Lawrence
Kenney Harry
Kelleher Bob
Boylan,
George
Senesky Game
Captains
Elected Game
Captains
Elected Game
Captains
Elected Game
Captains
Elected Bill
Maher Jack
Ramsay Game
Captains
Elected Jack
Lister Phil
Brady,
John
Hughes John
Doogan Jack
Heller Frank
Brannan,
Wally
Nowacki

Coach John
Dever Edward
Bennis John
Donahue John
Donahue John
Donahue John
Donahue John
Donahue John
Donahue John
Donahue John
Donahue John
Lavin John
Lavin John
Lavin John
Lavin John
Lavin John
Lavin John
Lavin Tom
Temple Tom
Temple Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson Bill
Ferguson John
McMenamin John
McMenamin

Saint
Joseph’s
first
varsity
team
in
1909‐10,
coached
by
John
Dever.

The
1946‐47
Hawks,
coached
by
Bill
Ferguson,
who
went
16‐6.


The
1955‐56
squad
was
the
first
team
to
compete
in
the
newly‐established Philadelphia
Big
5.
First‐year
coach
Jack
Ramsay
(far
right)
led
the
Hawks
to a
4‐0
Big
5
record
and
an
appearance
in
the
NIT.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 105


YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS 1955‐56
Through
Present Season 1955‐56
 1956‐57 1957‐58
 1958‐59
 1959‐60
 1960‐61
 1961‐62
 1962‐63
 1963‐64
 1964‐65
 1965‐66
 1966‐67 1967‐68 1968‐69
 1969‐70 1970‐71 1971‐72
 1972‐73
 1973‐74
 1974‐75 1975‐76 1976‐77 1977‐78 1978‐79
 1979‐80
 1980‐81
 1981‐82
 1982‐83 1983‐84
 1984‐85
 1985‐86
 1986‐87 1987‐88 1988‐89 1989‐90 1990‐91 1991‐92 1992‐93
 1993‐94 1994‐95
 1995‐96
 1996‐97
 1997‐98 1998‐99 1999‐00

W 23 17 18 22 20 25 18 23 18 26 24 16 17 17 15 19 19 22 19 8 10 13 13 19 21 25 25 15 20 19 26 16 15 8 7 13 13 18 14 17 19 26 11 12 13

L 6 7 9 5 7 5 10 5 10 3 5 10 9 11 12 9 9 6 11 17 16 13 15 11 9 8 5 13 9 12 6 13 14 21 21 17 15 11 14 12 13 7 17 18 16

Pct. .793 .708 .667 .815 .741 .833 .643 .821 .643 .897 .828 .615 .654 .607 .556 .670 .679 .786 .633 .320 .385 .500 .464 .633 .700 .758 .833 .536 .690 .613 .813 .552 .517 .276 .250 .433 .464 .621 .500 .586 .594 .788 .393 .400 .448

Captain(s) Mike
Fallon Dan
Dougherty,
Kurt
Engelbert Jack
Savage Joe
Spratt Bob
McNeill John
Egan,
Vince
Kempton Harry
Booth,
Jim
Lynam Bill
Hoy,
Jim
Lynam,
Tom
Wynne Jim
Boyle Tom
Duff,
Bill
Oakes Tom
Duff,
Matt
Guokas,
Jr.,
Bill
Oakes Cliff
Anderson Bill
DeAngelis Mike
Hauer,
Dan
Kelly Mike
Hauer,
Dan
Kelly John
Connolly,
Jack
Snyder Mike
Bantom,
Jim
McCollum Mike
Bantom,
Pat
McFarland,
Bob
Sabol Kevin
Furey,
Mike
Moody,
Jim
O’Brien Steve
MacZinko,
Fran
Rafferty,
Ron
Righter Mike
Borski,
Dennis
Cakert Ed
Benson,
Mike
Thomas,
Steve
Vassalotti Norman
Black,
John
Griffin,
Mike
Thomas Norman
Black Ed
DiRugeris,
Luke
Griffin John
Smith,
Boo
Williams Jeffery
Clark,
Mark
Dearborn,
Bryan
Warrick Tony
Costner,
Lonnie
McFarlan,
Tony
DiCaro Tony
Costner Bob
Lojewski Geoff
Arnold,
Maurice
Martin,
Dave
Slattery Wayne
Williams Rodney
Blake Henry
Smith Mike
Shaak,
Ray
Washington Ray
Washington Craig
Amos,
Matt
Guokas
III Bernard
Blunt,
Rap
Curry,
Mike
Sell Game
captains Mark
Bass,
Bernard
Blunt,
Carlin
Warley Mark
Bass Bob
DelVescovo,
Dmitri
Domani,
Terrell
Myers Rashid
Bey,
Harold
Rasul,
Duval
Simmonds Rob
Haskins,
Michael
Mazzio Tim
Brown,
Andre
Howard,
Ryan
Leib, Matt
Zielenbach 2000‐01
 26 7 .788 Lionel
Ngounou,
Erick
Woods 2001‐02
 19 12 .613 Bill
Phillips 2002‐03


 23 7



.767
 Phil
Martelli,
Jr.,
Jameer
Nelson

 2003‐04
 30 2 .937 Tyrone
Barley,
Jameer
Nelson 2004‐05
 24 12 .667 John
Bryant,
Pat
Carroll 2005‐06
 19 14 .575 Dwayne
Lee,
Dave
Mallon,
Chet
Stachitas 2006‐07 18 14 .562 Game
captains 2007‐08
 21 13 .618 Tasheed
Carr,
Rob
Ferguson 2008‐09 17 15 .531 Tasheed
Carr,
Ahmad
Nivins 2009‐10 11 20 .354 Garrett
Williamson 2010‐11 11 22 .333 Charoy
Bentley,
Idris
Hilliard Total 1,504 1,009 .598

Coach Jack
Ramsay Jack
Ramsay Jack
Ramsay Jack
Ramsay Jack
Ramsay Jack
Ramsay Jack
Ramsay Jack
Ramsay Jack
Ramsay Jack
Ramsay Jack
Ramsay Jack
McKinney Jack
McKinney Jack
McKinney Jack
McKinney Jack
McKinney Jack
McKinney Jack
McKinney Jack
McKinney Harry
Booth Harry
Booth Harry
Booth Harry
Booth Jim
Lynam Jim
Lynam Jim
Lynam Jim
Boyle Jim
Boyle Jim
Boyle Jim
Boyle Jim
Boyle Jim
Boyle Jim
Boyle Jim
Boyle Jim
Boyle John
Griffin John
Griffin John
Griffin John
Griffin John
Griffin Phil
Martelli Phil
Martelli Phil
Martelli Phil
Martelli

Conference ‐
‐
 ‐
‐
 MAC MAC MAC MAC MAC MAC MAC MAC MAC MAC MAC MAC MAC MAC MAC MAC MAC ECC ECC ECC ECC ECC ECC ECC ECC A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10

Conference Record ‐
‐
 ‐
‐
 4‐2 7‐0 7‐1 8‐0 7‐1 8‐0 5‐1 6‐0 4‐0 4‐1 3‐2 3‐2 5‐0 6‐0 5‐1 6‐0 5‐1 3‐3 4‐1 2‐3 2‐3 9‐2 10‐1 9‐2 10‐1 8‐6 13‐5 13‐5 16‐2 9‐9 9‐9 4‐14 5‐13 7‐11 6‐10 8‐6 5‐11 9‐7 9‐7 13‐3 3‐13 5‐11

Big
5 Finish Record ‐
‐ 4‐0 3‐1 2nd 3‐1 1st 3‐1 1st 3‐1 1st 4‐0 1st 1‐3 1st 2‐2 T‐2nd 2‐2 1st 4‐0 1st 4‐0 2nd 2‐2 3rd 3‐1 3rd* 1‐3 1st 2‐2 1st* 2‐2 2nd 2‐2 1st 2‐2 1st 2‐2 T‐4th 2‐2 1st 3‐1 T‐4th 0‐4 T‐3rd 0‐4 T‐2nd 2‐2 1st 4‐0 T‐2nd* 2‐2 2nd* 3‐1 2nd 2‐2 2nd 2‐2 3rd 2‐2 1st* 3‐1 T‐4th 2‐2 T‐4th 3‐1 9th 1‐3 T‐8th 1‐3 8th 3‐1 T‐6th 1‐1 T‐2nd 1‐1 8th 0‐2 T‐4th 2‐0 3rd
(E) 1‐1 1st
(E)* 1‐1 5th
(E) 1‐1 5th
(E) 0‐2

Finish 1st T‐1st 2nd 2nd T‐1st 1st T‐4th 3rd T‐2nd 1st 1st 3rd 1st T‐4th T‐2nd T‐2nd T‐3rd T‐2nd T‐2nd T‐2nd T‐1st 5th 5th T‐3rd 1st T‐1st 1st T‐2nd T‐3rd T‐2nd T‐1st T‐2nd 2nd T‐4th 4th T‐1st T‐1st T‐2nd T‐4th T‐1st T‐2nd T‐2nd T‐1st 5th

Phil
Martelli Phil
Martelli Phil
Martelli Phil
Martelli Phil
Martelli Phil
Martelli Phil
Martelli Phil
Martelli Phil
Martelli Phil
Martelli Phil
Martelli Phil
Martelli 102
Seasons

A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10 A10

7‐9 14‐2 12‐4 12‐4 16‐0 14‐2 9‐7 9‐7 9‐7 9‐7 5‐11 4‐12

4th
(E) 1st T‐1st

(E) 1st
(E) 1st
(E) 1st
(E) 5th 6th T‐4th 5th T‐11th 12th

T‐4th T‐2nd T‐4th 1st 1st T‐2nd 2nd 2nd T‐2nd 4th 3rd 4th

1‐3 2‐2 1‐3 4‐0 4‐0 2‐2 3‐1 3‐1 2‐2 1‐3 2‐2 0‐4

Post‐ Season NIT NIT NCAA NCAA NCAA NCAA NCAA NIT NCAA NCAA NCAA NCAA NIT NCAA NCAA

NIT NIT NCAA NCAA NIT NIT NCAA

NIT NIT NIT NCAA

NCAA NIT NCAA NCAA NIT NIT NCAA

*
won
conference
tournament

Conference
records
and
standings
are
broken
down
as
follows:
Middle
Atlantic
Conference
from
1957‐58
through
1973‐74
(Eastern
Division from
 1969‐70
 through
 1973‐74),
 East
 Coast
 Conference
 (Eastern
 Division)
 from
 1974‐75
 through
 1981‐82,
 Atlantic
 10
 Conference
 from 1982‐83
to
date
(1982‐83
was
Eastern
Division).
The
league
went
to
one
division
after
the
inaugural
year
up
until
1995‐96
when
the
two division
format
was
instituted.
Two
divisions
were
used
for
every
year,
except
for
2000‐01,
until
2005‐06,
when
it
retained
the
current
for‐ mat
of
one
division.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 106


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS KEY:
+
NCAA
Tournament;
++
NIT;
*
Conference
game;
**
Atlantic
10
Tournament;
#
Big
5
City
Series
game;
&
Big
5
Classic;
(#)
‐
AP
Ranking;
^
and
^^
‐
in‐season
tournament
listed
below
season;
 H‐
Home;
A‐
Away;
N‐
Neutral;
P
‐
Palestra;
S‐
Spectrum;
Uppercase
C‐
Phila.
Arena;
WC
‐
Wachovia
Center;
Lowercase
c
‐
capacity
crowd;
Season
scoring
averages
in
(
).

2010‐11

(Won
11,
Lost
22;
A‐10
4‐12;
Big
5
0‐4) Coach:
Martelli

DATE 11/12 11/16 11/20 11/23 11/26 12/1 12/3 12/5 12/8 12/11 12/21 12/28 12/31 1/5 1/8 1/12 1/15 1/19 1/22 1/27 1/29 2/2 2/5 2/13 2/16 2/20 2/23 2/26 3/2 3/5 3/8 3/11 3/12

SJU 70 57 70 60 76 50 60 65 73 75 79 65 58 63 71 59 51 59 61 72 54 52 67 76 54 52 51 79 54 71 71 93 61

^ ^ ^ #

* * * * * # *# * * * * * *# * * * * ** ** **

OPP Western
Kentucky
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.98 Penn
State
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.66 Norfolk
State
(H)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.65 Fairfield
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.51 Rutgers
(P)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.70 Drexel
(A)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.62 Villanova
(A)
(#12) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.71 Princeton
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.74 Minnesota
(H)
(#20)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.83 Creighton
(A)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.82 Boston
University
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.85 Holy
Cross
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.54 Siena
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.48 Duquesne
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.75 George
Washington
(H) 
.
.
.
.78 Dayton
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.65 Saint
Louis
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.67 Rhode
Island
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.64 Penn
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.73 at
La
Salle
(P)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.76 Temple
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.72 Richmond
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.62 Massachusetts
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.64 Fordham
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.79 Xavier
(H)
 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.74 Temple
(A)
(#25)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.66 Massachusetts
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.69 St.
Bonaventure
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.65 Richmond
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.69 Charlotte
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.70 George
Washington
(A)
OT 
.59 Duquesne
(N)
OT 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.90 Dayton
(N) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.64

2008‐09 W/L L L W W W L L L L L L W W L L L L L L L L L W W L L L W L W W W L

ATT 4,200c 5,846 3,712 2,214 5,219 2,532 6,500c 2,010 3,911 14,345 912 1,892 3,867 3,662 3,814 11,846 6,908 3,351 8,051 5,672 7,342 5,011 3,742 1,573 3,911 10,206 3,641 4,051 3,651 5,557 2,281 5,354 8,285

(Won
17,
Lost
15;
A‐10
9‐7;
Big
5
1‐3) Coach:
Martelli

DATE 11/14 11/16 11/24 11/25 11/26 12/2 12/6 12/9 12/11 12/22 12/28 12/31 1/3 1/10 1/14 1/18 1/21 1/24 1/28 2/1 2/4 2/8 2/12 2/14 2/18 2/22 2/26 3/1 3/5 3/7 3/11 3/12

SJU 69 69 50 80 48 77 58 85 56 71 74 52 63 92 62 78 99 80 68 68 66 68 59 68 71 69 54 73 59 71 72 65

^ ^ ^

#

* * * * # * * * * * *# * * * * *# * ** **

OPP Rider
(WC) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.57 Holy
Cross
(A)
OT 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.73 Texas
(N) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.68 Indiana
(N)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.54 Alabama
(N) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.58 Lehigh
(A)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.64 Creighton
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.69 Towson
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.64 Villanova
(A)
(#15) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.59 Cornell
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.67 Siena
(P)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.75 Drexel
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.64 Ball
State
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.55 Rhode
Island
(P)
3OT 
.
.
.
.
.
.86 St.
Bonaventure

(A)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.51 Charlotte
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.69 Duquesne
(P)
OT
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.98 Penn
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.68 Richmond
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.58 Dayton
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.69 George
Washington
(P) 
.
.
.
.58 Massachusetts
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.64 Temple
(H)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.61 La
Salle
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.75 Saint
Louis
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.73 Massachusetts
(P)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.70 Xavier
(P)
(#19) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.68 St.
Bonaventure
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.73 Temple
(A)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.68 Fordham
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.54 Charlotte
(N) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.62 Temple
(N)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.79

2007‐08 W/L W L L W L W L W L W L L W W W W W W W L W W L L L L L W L W W L

ATT 6,815 3,781 2,500c 2,500c 2,500c 2,449 6,418 2,619 6,500 6,177 6,128 5,631 3,033 6,310 3,569 3,926 4,212 8,722c 4,312 13,169 3,862 5,982 8,722c 8,110 7,042 6,522 6,626 6,088 9,349 2,626 3,312 4,837

^
EA
Sports
Maui
Invitational
(Lahaina,
Hawaii) ^
Philly
Hoop
Group
Classic

Jones
 (17.0),
 Galloway
 (12.8),
 Hilliard
 (8.5),
 Aiken
 (7.4),
 Roberts (6.4),
 Quarles
 (5.1),
 Crosgile
 (4.8),
 Bentley
 (3.1),
 Swilling
 (1.4), Baptiste
(1.4),
Trevisan
(1.3),
O’Brien
(1.0)

Nivins
(19.2),
Carr
(14.3),
Govens
(12.5),
Hilliard
(9.2),
Williamson (6.1),
Irwin
(3.1),
Prescott
(2.8),
Bentley
(1.2),
Lashley
(1.2),
Rogers (0.5),
Adebayo
(0.1),
Brown
(0.0),
Auriemma
(0.0)

(Won
21,
Lost
13;
A‐10
9‐7;
Big
5
2‐2) Coach:
Martelli

DATE 11/12 11/13 11/17 11/27 11/29 12/1 12/4 12/9 12/21 12/28 12/31 1/9 1/12 1/16 1/19 1/23 1/26 1/30 2/2 2/4 2/6 2/10 2/13 2/18 2/24 2/28 3/2 3/6 3/8 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/15 3/21

SJU 86 69 57 74 65 79 66 84 78 74 69 98 81 66 82 81 68 61 70 77 88 72 81 89 90 55 56 71 67 80 61 61 64 64

^ ^

* * * # * * * * # * * * * * * *# * * ** ** ** ** +

OPP Fairleigh
Dickinson
(N) 
.
.
.
.
.66 Syracuse
(A)
(#25)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.72 Boston
University
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.48 Ball
State
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.63 Gonzaga
(H)
(#19)
OT
.
.
.
.
.
.70 Penn
State
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.67 Holy
Cross
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.71 Creighton
(A)
OT
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.90 Fairfield
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.70 Siena
(A)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.68 Drexel
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.51 Massachusetts
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.92 Richmond
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.63 Charlotte
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.70 Penn
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.42 Massachusetts
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.77 Temple
(A)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.67 George
Washington
(A) 
.
.
.
.59 Fordham
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.55 Villanova
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.55 Duquesne
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.102 Xavier
(A)
(#13) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.76 St.
Bonaventure
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.56 La
Salle
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.90 Rhode
Island
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.83 Saint
Louis
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.64 Temple
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.57 Xavier
(H)
(#8) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.66 Dayton
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.79 Fordham
(N) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.62 Richmond
(N) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.47 Xavier
(N)
(#12)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.53 Temple
(N)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.69 Oklahoma
(N) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.72

W/L W L W W L W L L W W W W W L W W W W W W L L W L W L L W L W W W L L

ATT 17,746 16,946 3,204 3,200c 3,200c 8,276 3,200c 15,332 3,036 6,440 5,284 5,121 3,200c 6,865 8,722c 3,200c 10,045 2,703 3,200c 8,722c 2,628 10,250c 3,020 7,422 6,834 3,200c 8,722c 3,200c 13,435 3,342 4,401 7,826 10,116 14,315

^
Preseason
NIT
(Syracuse,
N.Y.)

Calathes
(17.5),
Nivins
(14.4),
Ferguson
(11.9),
Carr
(10.8),
Govens (9.8),
 Williamson
(5.3),
 Rivera
 (4.4),
 Lashley
 (1.4),
 Lidzius
(1.4), Hilliard
(1.2),
Brown
(0.5),
Bentley
(0.3),
Moody
(0.3)

2009‐10

(Won
11,
Lost
20;
A‐10
5‐11;
Big
5
2‐2) Coach:
Martelli

DATE 11/13 11/17 11/20 11/22 11/23 11/30 12/06 12/09 12/12 12/20 12/29 1/2 1/6 1/9 1/13 1/16 1/18 1/23 1/25 1/27 1/31 2/3 2/7 2/9 2/14 2/17 2/20 2/24 3/3 3/6 3/9

SJU 77 69 84 60 51 73 66 89 74 77 75 62 46 82 74 65 64 60 85 80 71 58 78 52 62 52 67 58 80 74 76

^ ^ ^

#

* * * * * # * * * * * * * *# * * *# **

OPP Drexel
(H)
OT
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.67 Holy
Cross
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.67 Boston
College
(N) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.80 Purdue
(N)
(#7) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
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.85 DePaul
(N) 
.
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.58 Rider
(A)
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.81 Cornell
(A) 
.
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.78 Villanova
(P)
(#3) 
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.97 Minnesota
(A) 
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.97 Lehigh
(H) 
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.66 Siena
(A)
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.
.92 Princeton
(H)
.
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.70 Temple
(A)
(#25)
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.73 Fordham
(H) 
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.69 Rhode
Island
(A) 
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.101 St.
Bonaventure
(A) 
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.68 Towson
(H) 
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.57 Dayton
(H) 
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.59 Penn
(P) 
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.64 Massachusetts
(H) 
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.87 Duquesne
(A) 
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.74 Richmond
(H) 
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.68 St.
Bonaventure
(H) 
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.71 Saint
Louis
(H) 
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.56 Massachusetts
(A) 
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.70 Xavier
(A) 
.
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.88 Temple
(P)
(#20)
OT 
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.75 Charlotte
(A) 
.
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.
.
.95 George
Washington
(A) 
.
.
.
.71 La
Salle
(H)
.
.
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.
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.
.
.59 Rhode
Island
(N) 
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.
.87

W/L W W W L L L L L L W L L L W L L W W W L L L W L L L L L W W L

ATT 4,200c 4,051 3,117 3,222 3,755 1,650 3,132 8,722 12,952 3,208 7,998 4,200c 6,103 4,200c 4,579 5,066 3,717 4,200c 6,530 4,051 3,789 3,886 3,451 3,152 4,833 10,015 8,151 5,204 2,313 4,200c 3,960

^
Paradise
Jam
(St.
Thomas,
VI)

Govens
 (13.9),
 Williamson
 (12.1),
 Hilliard
 (10.2),
 Jones
 (9.6), Crosgile
 (6.7),
 O’Brien
 (5.6),
 Prescott
 (4.6),
 Irwin
 (4.1),
 Bentley (2.3),
Baptiste
(2.1),
Rogers
(0.6),
Abedayo
(0.3),
Brown
(0.0)

Saint
Joseph’s
2007‐08
squad
which
won
21
games,
reached
the
A‐10
title
game
and
earned
an
NCAA berth:
(sitting,
L
to
R)
Garrett
Williamson,
D.J.
Rivera,
Darrin
Govens,
Charoy
Bentley,
Tasheed
Carr,
C.J. Brown,
Edwin
Lashley;
(standing)
head
coach
Phil
Martelli,
asst.
coach
Mark
Bass,
director
of
basketball operations
Rob
Sullivan,
Rob
Ferguson,
Arvydas
Lidzius,
Ahmad
Nivins,
Rockwell
Moody,
Pat
Calathes, Idris
Hilliard,
asst.
coach
Doug
Overton,
asst.
coach
David
Duda.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 107


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS KEY:
+
NCAA
Tournament;
++
NIT;
*
Conference
game;
**
Atlantic
10
Tournament;
#
Big
5
City
Series
game;
&
Big
5
Classic;
(#)
‐
AP
Ranking;
^,
^^,
^^^
‐
in‐season
tournament
listed
below
season;
 H‐
Home;
A‐
Away;
N‐
Neutral;
P
‐
Palestra;
S‐
Spectrum;
Uppercase
C‐
Phila.
Arena;
WC
‐
Wachovia
Center;
Lowercase
c
‐
capacity
crowd

2006‐07

(Won
18,
Lost
14;
A‐10
9‐7;
Big
5
3‐1) Coach:
Martelli

DATE 11/14 11/17 11/19 11/25 11/27 12/2 12/8 12/9 12/10 12/19 12/28 12/29 1/3 1/7 1/10 1/13 1/17 1/21 1/24 1/27 2/1 2/4 2/6 2/10 2/14 2/17 2/22 2/24 2/28 3/3 3/7 3/8

SJU 63 81 63 61 55 56 75 64 72 55 63 58 89 75 80 81 55 82 65 84 62 71 39 72 62 76 92 68 62 67 66 48

^ ^ ^ ^^ ^^ * * *# * * * * # * * # *# * * * * * * ** **

OPP Fairfield
(H) 
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.47 Lafayette
(A) 
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.73 Bucknell
(H) 
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.53 Penn
State
(A) 
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.65 Boston
University
(H) 
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.39 Drexel
(P) 
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.72 Bellarmine
(N)
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.63 Louisville
(A) 
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.74 Ohio
(N) 
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.79 Saint
Mary’s
(H) 
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.51 Hofstra
(N)
.
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.65 Boston
University
(N)
.
.
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.53 Duquesne
(H) 
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.41 Charlotte
(A) 
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.70 Temple
(A)
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.67 Rhode
Island
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.86 Fordham
(A)
OT 
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.56 Xavier
(H)
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.74 George
Washington
(A) 
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.74 Penn
(P) 
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.74 Saint
Louis
(H) 
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.73 Dayton
(H) 
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.65 Villanova
(A) 
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.
.56 La
Salle
(P) 
.
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.
.50 George
Washington
(H) 
.
.
.
.56 St.
Bonaventure
(A) 
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.
.68 Temple
(P) 
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.76 Richmond
(A) 
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.78 Xavier
(A) 
.
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.72 Massachusetts
(H) 
.
.
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.
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.
.
.71 Temple
(N)
.
.
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.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.62 George
Washington
(N)
.
.
.
.58

2005‐06 W/L W W W L W L W L L W L W W W L L L W L W L W L W W W W L L L W L

ATT 3,200c 2,876 3,200c 8,654 3,200c 7,622 17,791 17,811 16,788 3,200c 10,613 9,931 3,200c 5,592 6,056 3,200c 2,512 3,200c 4,195 8,722c 3,200c 3,103 6,500c 8,722c 2,814c 3,694 8,551 5,025 10,250c 3,200c 5,068 5,488

^
NABC
Classic
(Louisville,
Ky.) ^^
Aeropostale
Holiday
Festival
(New
York,
N.Y.)

(Won
19,
Lost
14;
A‐10
9‐7;
Big
5
2‐2) Coach:
Martelli

DATE 11/14 11/21 11/26 11/29 12/6 12/10 12/21 12/28 12/31 1/4 1/8 1/11 1/14 1/17 1/21 1/25 1/28 2/1 2/4 2/7 2/11 2/14 2/18 2/22 2/25 2/28 3/4 3/8 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/16 3/20

SJU 70 72 94 69 70 74 51 70 94 58 59 58 70 50 66 54 47 69 82 58 62 44 57 64 70 68 79 67 56 73 61 71 75

^

* * * * * *# * * * # * *# * * * * * ** ** ** ** ++ ++

OPP Lafayette
(H) 
.
.
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.47 Fairfield
(A) 
.
.
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.
.
.41 Davidson
(A)
OT
.
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.100 Drexel
(P) 
.
.
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.
.59 Kansas
(N) 
.
.
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.
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.
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.
.
.67 Ohio
State
(P) 
.
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.81 Bucknell
(A) 
.
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.63 Saint
Mary’s
(A) 
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.
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.66 Gonzaga
(#8) 
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.102 Xavier
(H)
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.62 Temple
(P) 
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.57 Massachusetts
(A) 
.
.
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.68 G.
Washington
(A)
(#17) 
.
.
.82 Charlotte
(H) 
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.
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.
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.57 La
Salle
(P) 
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.
.
.54 Saint
Louis
(A) 
.
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.39 Penn
(P) 
.
.
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.44 Dayton
(A) 
.
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.
.77 St.
Bonaventure
(H) 
.
.
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.
.
.
.51 Villanova
(P)
(#4) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.71 G.
Washington
(H)
(#8) 
.
.
.
.64 Temple
(A)
.
.
.
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.
.57 Rhode
Island
(A) 
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.55 Fordham
(H) 
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.58 Richmond
(H) 
.
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.39 Xavier
(A) 
.
.
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.
.
.58 Duquesne
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
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.
.
.
.
.63 Dayton
(N) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
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.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.55 Saint
Louis
(N) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
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.
.
.
.
.37 Temple
(N)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.59 Xavier
(N)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.62 Rutgers
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.62 Hofstra
(H)
OT
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.77

W/L W W L W W L L W L L W L L L W W W L W L L L W W W W W W W W L W L

ATT 3,200c 2,936 3,544 6,259 10,967 7,241 4,252 2,267 6,000c 3,200c 8,505 4,122 4,356 3,200c 8,521 8,874 8,722c 11,722 3,200c 8,722c 3,200c 5,345 5,933 3,200c 3,200c 9,512 1,422 4,010 4,407 8,733 9,373 3,200c 3,200c

^
Jimmy
V
Classic
(New
York,
N.Y.)

Nivins
(16.6),
Calathes
(13.9),
Ferguson
(11.3),
Carter
(7.6),
Govens (7.3),
 Rivera
 (5.9),
 Williamson
 (5.1),
 Surov
 (1.3),
 Lidzius
 (1.0), Kathopoulis
 (1.0),
 Mofunanya
 (0.5),
 Lashley
 (0.4),
 Moody
 (0.1), Mitchell
(0.0)

Chet
 Stachitas
 helped
 lead
 the
 Hawks
 to
 their second
straight
NIT
bid
in
2005‐06.


Jalloh
 (15.3),
 Stachitas
 (13.3),
 Ferguson
 (10.8),
 Lee
 (10.6),
 Nivins (6.1),
 Calathes
 (4.8),
 Mallon
 (4.1),
 Mofunanya
 (1.4),
 Surov
 (1.1), Lashley
(0.9),
Kathopoulis
(0.3),
Sullivan
(0.0),
Mitchell
(0.0)

2004‐05

(Won
24,
Lost
12;
A‐10
14‐2;
Big
5
2‐2) Coach:
Martelli

DATE 11/23 11/27 12/4 12/7 12/10 12/11 12/22 12/28 12/31 1/5 1/7 1/12 1/15 1/19 1/22 1/25 1/29 2/2 2/5 2/7 2/12 2/16 2/19 2/22 2/26 3/1 3/5 3/10 3/11 3/12 3/16 3/19 3/21 3/23 3/29 3/31

Saint
Joseph’s
made
an
exciting
run
in
2004‐05
to
reach
the
NIT
Final
Four
in
New
York
City.
Pat Carroll
was
the
leading
scorer
on
the
team
that
defeated
Memphis
in
the
semifinals
and
took
on South
Carolina
in
the
championship
game.
It
marked
Saint
Joseph’s
second
appearance
in
the
NIT Finals,
with
the
previous
one
coming
in
1995‐96.


SJU 51 76 49 59 84 54 62 62 61 53 60 59 73 54 73 59 67 95 83 52 69 49 65 63 60 71 67 63 73 67 53 55 68 58 70 57

& ^ ^

* * * *# * * # * * * # * * * *# * * * ** ** ** ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++

OPP Kansas
(A)
(#2) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.91 Davidson
(P) 
.
.
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.
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.
.61 Drexel
(P) 
.
.
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.
.
.
.57 Fairfield
(H) 
.
.
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.
.
.51 UC‐Davis
(N) 
.
.
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.
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.
.
.56 San
Francisco
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
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.
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.80 Old
Dominion
(A) 
.
.
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.
.
.66 Bucknell
(H) 
.
.
.
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.69 Ohio
State
(A) 
.
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.
.72 Fordham
(A) 
.
.
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.
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.50 Rhode
Island
(H) 
.
.
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.
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.
.52 Massachusetts
(H) 
.
.
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.
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.
.52 La
Salle
(P) 
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.
.38 Dayton
(A)
 
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.58 Massachusetts
(A) 
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.54 Penn
(P) 
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.67 Xavier
(H)
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.59 St.
Bonaventure
(A) 
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.62 Duquesne
(H) 
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.
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.
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.
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.60 Villanova
(P)
(#22) 
.
.
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.67 Temple
(P) 
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.57 Richmond
(H) 
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.36 St.
Bonaventure
(H) 
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.47 Temple
(A)
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.56 Rhode
Island
(A) 
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.65 George
Washington
(A) 
.
.
.
.56 Fordham
(H) 
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.
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.
.53 Richmond
(N) 
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.51 Xavier
(N)
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.
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.68 George
Washington
(N)
.
.
.
.76 Hofstra
(H)
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.44 Buffalo
(H) 
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.50 Holy
Cross
(H) 
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.60 Texas
A&M
(A) 
.
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.
.51 Memphis
(N) 
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.
.58 South
Carolina
(N) 
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.
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.
.60

W/L L W L W W L L L L W W W W L W L W W W L W W W W L W W W W L W W W W W L

ATT 16,300c 6,238 6,743 3,200c 1,819 3,429 6,255 3,200c 14,119 2,270 3,200c 3,200c 6,812 12,506 3,872 7,452 3,200c 3,346 3,200c 8,622 8,412 3,200c 3,200c 7,134 5,798 5,252c 3,200c 7,817 10,013 7,162 3,200c 3,200c 3,200c 13,151c 12,657 11,555

^
Northwestern
Mutual
Shootout
(San
Francisco,
Calif.)

Carroll
(18.3),
Stachitas
(10.8),
Jones
(10.1),
Lee
(9.4),
Jalloh
(4.3), Ferguson
 (3.8),
 Mallon
 (3.5),
 Bryant
 (2.6),
 Calathes
 (1.9),
 Lidzius (1.7),
Surov
(0.7),
Kathopoulis
(0.5),
Sullivan
(0.3),
Koefer
(0.0)


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 108


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2003‐04

2002‐03

DATE 11/14 11/25 11/29 12/2 12/6 12/9 12/14 12/20 12/27 12/30 1/3 1/6 1/10 1/13 1/17 1/21 1/24 1/31 2/2 2/7 2/11 2/14 2/18 2/21 2/25 2/28 3/2 3/11 3/18 3/20 3/25 3/27

DATE 11/23 11/26 12/1 12/5 12/7 12/9 12/21 12/28 12/31 1/5 1/8 1/11 1/14 1/19 1/22 1/25 1/29 2/1 2/3 2/8 2/13 2/15 2/22 2/24 3/1 3/5 3/8 3/13 3/14 3/21

(Won
30,
Lost
2;
A‐10
14‐0;
Big
5
4‐0) Coach:
Martelli SJU 73 71 75 84 67 67 92 59 73 75 90 71 78 79 81 92 114 83 74 89 81 73 72 76 83 57 82 67 82
 70 84 62

OPP W/L ATT Gonzaga
(N)
(#10)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.66 W 10,328 Boston
Univ.
(A)

.
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.
.56 W 1,669c Old
Dominion
(A) 
.
.
.
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.
.
.
.72 W 6,054 San
Francisco
(H) 
.
.
.
.
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.
.
.
.52 W 3,200c #& at
Penn
(P)
.
.
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.
.
.59 W 8,722c Boston
College
(P) 
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.
.
.57 W 5,542 Drexel
(P) 
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.
.70 W 5,223 ^^ California
(N) 
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.
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.57 W 12,066 Pacific
(H)
.
.
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.
.55 W 3,200c Delaware
(A) 
.
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.
.
.54 W 5,054c * George
Washington
(H) 
.
.
.
.81 W 3,200c * Richmond
(A) 
.
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.
.60 W 6,447 * Duquesne
(A) 
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.61 W 5,110 * Fordham
(H) 
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.
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.
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.35 W 3,200c * Xavier
(A) 
.
.
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.
.
.73 W 10,250c * Massachusetts
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.67 W 3,200c * St.
Bonaventure
(A) 
.
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.63 W 6,116c * Temple
(A)
.
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.
.71 W 10,421c # Villanova
(A) 
.
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.
.
.67 W 6,500c *# La
Salle
(P) 
.
.
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.
.
.63 W 8,722c * Dayton
(H) 
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.
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.
.67 W 3,200c * Rhode
Island
(H) 
.
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.
.59 W 3,200c * Fordham
(A) 
.
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.
.
.54 W 3,200c *# Temple
(P) 
.
.
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.
.
.
.53 W 8,722c * Massachusetts
(A) 
.
.
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.
.
.58 W 5,912 * Rhode
Island
(A) 
.
.
.
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.
.
.
.
.55 W 7,616c * St.
Bonaventure
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.50 W 3,200c ** Xavier
(N)
.
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.87 L 10,667 + Liberty
(N) 
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.63 W 18,456c + Texas
Tech
(N)
.
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.
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.
.
.
.65 W 18,456c + Wake
Forest
(N)
(#17) 
.
.
.
.
.80 W 19,557 + Oklahoma
State
(N)
(#4) 
.
.
.64 L 19,779c ^

^
Coaches
vs.
Cancer
Classic
(New
York,
N.Y.) ^^
Pete
Newell
Challenge
(Oakland,
Calif.)

Nelson
 (20.6),
 West
 (18.9),
 Carroll
 (10.1),
 Barley
 (7.2),
 Stachitas (6.5),
Jones
(6.4),
Bryant
(3.0),
Mallon
(2.2),
Lee
(1.9),
Surov
(1.7), Lidzius
 (0.9),
 Hartshorn
 (0.9),
 Sullivan
 (0.4),
 Jesiolowski
 (0.1), Koefer
(0.0)


2000‐01

(Won
26,
Lost
7;
A‐10
14‐2;
Big
5
2‐2) Coach:
Martelli

(Won
23,
Lost
7;
A‐10
12‐4;
Big
5
4‐0) Coach:
Martelli SJU 85 70 63 71 50 77 65 50 79 76 75 76 65 57 79 66 68 69 92 82 78 55 76 75 75 80 52 68 73 63

&

* * * *# * * # * * # * * *
 * *# * * * ** ** +

OPP W/L ATT Boston
College
(A) ................58 W 7,982 Canisius
(A) ...........................63 W 1,672 Old
Dominion
(H)..................47 W 3,022 Boston
University
(H) ...........49 W 2,858 Drexel
(P) ..............................37 W 8,722c Delaware
(H).........................59 W 3,200c DePaul
(P) .............................62 W 6,118 Pacific
(A) ..............................62 L 3,512 Gonzaga
(A)
OT.....................78 W 4,000c Duquesne
(H)........................56 W 3,200c St.
Bonaventure
(A) ..............58 W 5,583 Massachusetts
(H) ................47 W 3,200c Temple
(A) ............................55 W 6,154 Rhode
Island
(A) ...................58 L 5,916 Fordham
(H)..........................46 W 3,200c Penn
(P) ................................48 W 8,722c George
Washington
(A)........74 L 2,804 Rhode
Island
(H) ...................53 W 3,200c Villanova
(P)..........................75 W 8,722c Fordham
(A)..........................64 W 2,458 Temple
(P).............................59 W 7,856 Dayton
(A).............................65 L 13,409 St.
Bonaventure
(H)..............72 W 3,200c La
Salle
(P).............................53 W 7,521 Richmond
(H)........................59 W 3,200c Xavier
(H)
(#18)
OT ...............88 L 3,200c Massachusetts
(A) ................49 W 3,563 La
Salle
(N) ............................48 W 11,648c Dayton
(A).............................76 L 11,648c Auburn
(N)
OT ......................65 L 17,024

Nelson
(19.7),
West
(17.3),
Carroll
(11.5),
Barley
(6.0),
Jones
(4.2), Sazonov
 (3.5),
 Stachitas
 (3.0),
 Bryant
 (3.0),
 Cologer
 (1.9),
 Mallon (1.6),
Lee
(1.3),
Hartshorn
(0.4),
Martelli,
Jr.
(0.1),
Jesiolowski
(0.0), Farrelly
(0.0)

(Won
19,
Lost
12;
A‐10
12‐4;
Big
5
1‐3) Coach:
Martelli SJU 67 74 81 84 82 67 85 90 76 80 63 87 93 83 92 63 60 73 71 72 80 84 59 77 72 70 91 84 74 73 54

^ ^

^^ ^^ * * * * * * *# # * *# *# * * * * * * * ** ++ ++

SJU 103 84 76 92 70 67 68 75 76 74 79 72 75 92 76 84 73 73 82 67 104 79 78 71 88 82 90 84 90 82 70 66 83

^ ^ ^

#

* * * * *# * * # * * * * * * * * *# ** ** + +

OPP W/L ATT Western
Carolina
(N) .
.
.
.
.
.
53 W 4,250 South
Carolina
St.
(N).
.
.
.
.
.
71 W 4,875 Vanderbilt
(A) .
.
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.
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.
.
78 L 5,200 Colorado
(A) .
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.
.
78 W 3,284 Old
Dominion
(H) .
.
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.
.
65 W 3,200c Rutgers
(A).
.
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.
.
.
65 W 4,427 Drexel
(P) .
.
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.
.
54 W 4,337 Villanova
(P) .
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.
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78 L 8,722c DePaul
(A) .
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.
80 L 6,124 Western
Kentucky
(A) .
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68 W 3,100 St.
Peter’s
(H) .
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69 W 3,200c Delaware
(H) .
.
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67 W 1,732 Duquesne
(H) .
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60 W 3,030 Rhode
Island
(A) .
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67 W 2,107 George
Washington
(A) .
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.
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71 W 3,215 Dayton
(H) .
.
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71 W 3,200c Temple
(A).
.
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.
51 W 8,329 Xavier
(A) .
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86 L 10,250 Rhode
Island
(H) .
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67 W 2,913 Penn
(P) .
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61 W 8,722c St.
Bonaventure
(H)
OT .
.
.
.
97 W 3,200c Xavier
(H)
(#24).
.
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.
76 W 3,200c St.
Bonaventure
(A) .
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76 W 6,000 Temple
(H).
.
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62 W 3,200c Fordham
(H) .
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78 W 3,200c Dayton
(A) .
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72 W 13,553 Duquesne
(A) .
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.
70 W 5,575 Massachusetts
(H) .
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69 W 3,200c La
Salle
(P) .
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.
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.
91 L 4,000 La
Salle
(S) .
.
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.
74 W 7,121 Massachusetts
(S).
.
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.
75 L 13,796 Georgia
Tech
(N).
.
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.
62 W 9,120 Stanford
(N).
.
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.
90 L 11,091

^
America’s
Youth
Classic
(Nashville,
Tenn.)

O'Connor
 (22.1),
 Nelson
 (12.5),
 Phillips
 (11.6),
 Crenshaw
 (11.4), Reid
 (9.0),
 Wilkins
 (5.8),
 Sazonov
 (4.9),
 Woods
 (3.9),
 Ngounou (1.8),
Miller
(1.5),
Barley
(1.4),
Martelli,
Jr.
(0.5),
Farrelly
(0.4)


2001‐02 DATE 11/15 11/16 11/25 11/28 12/1 12/8 12/10 12/21 12/22 12/31 1/5 1/9 1/13 1/16 1/19 1/23 1/26 1/28 1/31 2/2 2/6 2/9 2/13 2/16 2/19 2/23 2/28 3/3 3/7 3/12 3/15

DATE 11/17 11/18 11/19 11/26 11/29 12/5 12/9 12/11 12/17 12/21 12/27 12/30 1/3 1/6 1/10 1/14 1/16 1/20 1/24 1/27 2/1 2/7 2/10 2/13 2/18 2/21 2/25 2/27 3/3 3/8 3/9 3/15 3/17

OPP Eastern
Washington
(N)
.
.
.
.68 Princeton
(N)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.63 Colorado
(H) 
.
.
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.
.
.75 Delaware
(A) 
.
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.
.57 Canisius
(H) 
.
.
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.76 Penn
(P) 
.
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.61 Drexel
(H)
.
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.64 Georgia
State
(A) 
.
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.
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.
.
.95 North
Carolina
(A) 
.
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.
.92 Gonzaga
(H)
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.
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.83 Massachusetts
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.38 Rhode
Island
(A) 
.
.
.
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.
.
.
.
.
.71 St.
Bonaventure
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.87 Fordham
(H) 
.
.
.
.
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.
.
.
.
.72 George
Washington
(H) 
.
.
.
.74 Duquesne
(A) 
.
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.47 Penn
(P) 
.
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.62 Villanova
(A) 
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.102 Rhode
Island
(H) 
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.58 Temple
(A)
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.82 La
Salle
(P) 
.
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.70 Fordham
(A) 
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.
.77 Richmond
(A) 
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.61 Xavier
(A) 
.
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.84 Massachusetts
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.67 Dayton
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
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.
.
.68 St.
Bonaventure
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.84 Temple
(P)
2OT 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.87 Dayton
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.81 George
Mason
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.64 Ball
State
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.76

W/L L W W W W W W L L L W W W W W W L L W L W W L L W W W L L W L

ATT 9,485 8,915 3,200c 5,187 3,200c 8,722c 3,200c 9,713 9,713 3,200c 6,562 2,009 3,200c 3,200c 3,200c 3,309 8,722c 6,500 3,200c 9,481 7,122 3,470 4,436 10,250 3,200c 3,200c 6,000 8,722c 6,589 3,355 2,911

^
BCA
Classic
(Berkeley,
Calif.) ^^
Tournament
of
Champions
(Charlotte,
N.C.)

O'Connor
 (17.5),
 Nelson
 (14.4),
 Crenshaw
 (13.8),
 Phillips
 (11.6), Reid
 (9.3),
 West
 (5.9),
 Sazonov
 (3.0),
 Barley
 (1.6),
 Bryant
 (1.4), Carroll
(1.2),
Miller
(0.6),
Farrelly
(0.4),
Martelli,
Jr.
(0.3)


Jameer
 Nelson
 and
 Phil
 Martelli
 celebrate
 the Hawks’
 win
 over
 St.
 Bonaventure
 on
 March
 2, 2004
 that
 gave
 SJU
 a
 27‐0
 regular‐season record.
A
national
TV
audience
and
a
standing‐ room
only
crowd
watched
the
historic
game.


Marvin
O’Connor
averaged
22.1
ppg
in
helping SJU
to
the
2001
NCAA
Second
Round.

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 109


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1999‐2000

1997‐98

1996‐97

(Won
13,
Lost
16;
A‐10
7‐9;
Big
5
1‐3) Coach:
Martelli

(Won
11,
Lost
17;
A‐10
3‐13;
Big
5
1‐1) Coach:
Martelli

(Won
26,
Lost
7;
A‐10
13‐3;
Big
5
1‐2) Coach:
Martelli

DATE 11/27 11/29 12/3 12/4 12/8 12/21 12/23 12/29 12/30 1/5 1/8 1/12 1/16 1/19 1/22 1/25 1/29 1/31 2/3 2/8 2/13 2/15 2/17 2/19 2/26 2/29 3/5 3/8 3/9

SJU 81 73 79 ^ 60

 ^
 70 71 65 83 ^^ 81


^^ 82 * 51 * 71 * 69 * 102 * 62 * 68 * 62 * 65 # 62 * 80 * 93 * 56 *# 61 # 65 * 74 * 62 *# 66 * 65 ** 64 **

OPP Western
Kentucky
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.55
 Tulsa
(H)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.79
 Long
Beach
State
(N) 
.
.
.
.
.
.76
 Syracuse
(A)
(#14)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.82
 Rutgers
(P)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.73
 South
Carolina
(P)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.64
 Chattanooga
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.68
 Lafayette
(N)
2OT 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.81 New
Mexico
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.76
 Fordham
(A) 
.
.
.
.
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.
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.
.
.
.
.74
 Temple
(A)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.64
 St.
Bonaventure
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.76
 Massachusetts
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.73
 George
Washington
(H) 
.
.
.
.91
 Duquesne
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.59
 Rhode
Island
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.53
 Dayton
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.66
 Penn
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.68
 Virginia
Tech
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.68
 Rhode
Island
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.57
 Fordham
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
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.
.
.
.
.86
 La
Salle
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.59
 Villanova
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.68
 Massachusetts
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.76
 St.
Bonaventure
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.83
 Temple
(P)
(#5) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.59
 Xavier
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.94
 La
Salle
(S) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.56
 Dayton
(S) 
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.
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.
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.
.67


W/L W L W L L W L W W W L L L W W W L L L W W L L L L W L W L

ATT 3,027 2,911 18,330 19,269 5,252 5,481 3,721 16,533 16,861 1,947 10,206 5,228 3,200c 3,012 5,722 3,438 3,200c 8,119 3,018 2,652 3,018 5,864 6,500 5,356 3,200c 8,129 9,390 7,196 7,799

^
Carrier
Classic
(Syracuse,
N.Y. ^^
Comcast/Lobo
Invitational
(Albuquerque,
N.M.)

O'Connor
 (16.6),
 Crenshaw
 (11.7),
 Howard
 (9.5),
 Phillips
 (9.1), Brown
(8.1),
Reid
(7.6),
Wilkins
(3.6),
Haskins
(3.2),

Woods
(2.4), Jennings
(1.1),
Leib
(1.0),
Ngounou
(0.4),
Zielenbach
(0.4),
Martelli, Jr.
(0.0)

1998‐99

DATE SJU 11/25 78 12/3 65 12/6 67 12/9 54 12/20 65 12/27 65 ^ 12/28 78 ^ 1/3 66 * 1/6 68 *


 1/10 61 * 1/14 55 * 1/17 77 * 1/20 62 * 1/22 78 1/24 57 # 1/26 62 * 1/31 56 * 2/3 76 * 2/5 76 2/7 62 * 2/11 64 * 2/15 84 * 2/17 42 *# 2/21 79 * 2/25 77 * 2/28 73 * 3/4 73 ** 3/5 52 **

OPP W/L ATT East
Carolina
(H) ..................81
 L 3,200c Akron
(A) ..............................62
 W 3,865 Old
Dominion
(H)..................53
 W 3,200c Tennessee
(A) ......................74
 L 13,416 South
Carolina
(A)
(#6) ........77
 L 9,112 Mississippi
State
(N) ............58 W 8,035 Texas‐El
Paso
(A) ..................67 W 8,777 Massachusetts
(H) ................72
 L 3,200c Rhode
Island
(H)
(#23)..........83 L 3,200c Virginia
Tech
(A) ..................72 L 5,642 St.
Bonaventure
(H)..............50 W 3,200c Duquesne
(A)........................88 L 5,417 Xavier
(A)
(#19) ....................72 L 9,911 Fairleigh
Dickinson
(H)..........74
 W 3,200c Penn
(A) ................................55
 W 8,722c Temple
(P)
OT ......................68
 L 8,126 St.
Bonaventure
(A) ..............70
 L 6,000c Rhode
Island
(A)
(#23)..........94 L 3,885 Drexel
(P) ..............................65
 W 4,126 G.
Washington
(H)
(#22) ......67
 L 3,200c Dayton
(H) ............................67 L 3,200c Fordham
(H)..........................75 W 3,200c Temple
(A) ............................50 L 8,146 Massachusetts
(A)
(#18)
OT 82
 L 9,493c Fordham
(A)..........................88
 L 1,273 La
Salle
(P) ............................69
 W 8,722c La
Salle
(A) ............................72
 W 6,204 Temple
(N)
(#24) ..................76
 L 7.545

^
Sun
Classic
(El
Paso,
Texas) Bey
(16.9),
Haskins
(11.5),
Simmonds
(11.3),
Rasul
(10.3),
Wilkins (7.9),
Brown
(4.3);
Woods
(4.1),
Ikenokwalu
(1.6),
Gallagher
(0.8), Leib
(0.0),
Mazzio
(0.3);
Ngounou
(0.0),

Zielenbach
(0.0)

DATE 11/20 12/3 12/7 12/16 12/19 12/23 12/30 12/31 1/5 1/9 1/11 1/15 1/18 1/21 1/25 1/30 2/2 2/4 2/6 2/8 2/11 2/13 2/16 2/18 2/22 2/25 3/1 3/6 3/7 3/8 3/13 3/15 3/20

SJU 60 71 67 71 64 65 74 64 72 82 70 55 66 82 68 59 79 89 71 79 63 62 77 77 86 78 62 75 78 61 75 81 68

OPP W/L ATT Duke
(A)
(#10) ......................89
 L 9,314c Wyoming
(H) ........................57
 W 2,843 ^^ Tulsa
(N)
(#21) ......................64
 W 7,777 DePaul
(P) ............................58
 W 4,423 East
Carolina
(A) ..................68
 L 3,593 # Villanova
(A)
(#10) ................81
 L 6,672c ^^^ Austin
Peay
(N) ....................58
 W 4,321 ^^^ Wisconsin‐Green
Bay
(A)......59
 W 4,003 * Massachusetts
(A) ................68
 W 9,493c * St.
Bonaventure
(H)
2OT ......80
 W 2,853 * Rhode
Island
(P)....................74
 L 7,368 * George
Washington
(A)........53
 W 4,128 Penn
(P) ................................61
 W 8,722c * Duquesne
(H)........................74
 W 2,913 * Virginia
Tech
(H) ..................50
 W 3,200c * Temple
(H) ............................68
 L 3,200c * Rhode
Island
(H) ..................77
 W 3,200c * Dayton
(A) ............................82
 W 3,200c * Fordham
(H)..........................53
 W 2,861 * Xavier
(H)
(#17) ....................65
 W 3,200c Drexel
(H)..............................62
 W 3,200c * Temple
(A) ............................64
 L 3,900c * Fordham
(A)..........................66
 W 1,957 * Delaware
(H) ........................65
 W 3,039 * St.
Bonaventure
(A) ..............50
 W 6,000c * Massachusetts
(H) ................63
 W 3,200c *# La
Salle
(S) ............................59
 W 6,825 ** St.
Bonaventure
(S) ..............59
 W 6,940 ** George
Washington
(S) ........70
 W 14,284 ** Rhode
Island
(S)....................56
 W 12,087 + Pacific
(N)..............................65 W 12,644 + Boston
Coll.
(N)
(#23)
OT......77 W 14,188 + Kentucky
(N)
(#5)..................83 L 18,543 ^

^
Pre‐Season
NIT
(Durham,
N.C.) ^^
Coaches
vs.
Cancer
Classic
(Atlantic
City,
N.J.) ^^^
Pepsi‐Oneida
Bingo
&
Casino
Classic
(Green
Bay,
Wisc.) Bey
(15.0),
Davis
(14.7),
Myers
(12.1),
Domani
(8.4),
Petrovic
(6.9), Simmonds
 (5.9),
 Rasul
 (4.0),
 Haskins
 (3.7),
 Del
 Vescovo
 (0.6), Mazzio
(0.5),
Brown
(0.4),
Gallagher
(0.2)

(Won
12,
Lost
18;
A‐10
5‐11;
Big
5
0‐2) Coach:
Martelli DATE SJU 11/28 55 12/1 49 12/5 83 12/8 65 12/10 55 12/12 71 12/21 61 12/22 88 12/23 58 12/29 63 12/30 87 1/3 64 1/6 53 1/9 78 1/14 47 1/16 82 1/18 58 1/20 55 1/23 95 1/27 68 2/4 53 2/7 58 2/9 78 2/12 70 2/16 68 2/18 59 2/21 67 2/25 75 2/27 64 3/3 54

#

^ ^ ^ ^^ ^^ * * * * * * *# * * * * * * * * * **

OPP W/L ATT Tulsa
(A) ................................
66
 L 7,379 Villanova
(P)..........................61
 L 8,722c Chattanooga
(H) ..................68
 W 3,051 Old
Dominion
(A)..................72
 L 4,506 Tennessee
(H)
(#21) ............53
 W 3,200c Akron
(H) ..............................60
 W 3,012 Mississippi
(N) ......................66
 L 200 American–P.R.
(A) ................55
 W 100 Alabama‐Birmingham
(N) ....72
 L 100 San
Francisco
(N) ..................50
 W 2,021 Harvard
(N) ..........................69
 W 2,006 St.
Bonaventure
(H)..............48
 W 3,200c Dayton
(A) ............................67
 L 11,412 Virginia
Tech
(H) ..................66
 W 3,200c Temple
(A) ............................62
 L 6,243 Fordham
(H)..........................80
 W 3,200c Penn
(P) ................................66
 L 7,751 Massachusetts
(H) ................63
 L 3,200c La
Salle
(S)

2OT ....................98
 L 6,149 Rhode
Island
(A) ..................82
 L 3,885 Xavier

(H) ............................59
 L 3,200c Massachusetts
(A) ................59
 L 6,255 Temple
(H) ............................85
 L 3,200c George
Washington
(A)........94
 L 3,878 Fordham
(A)..........................76
 L 1,426 Drexel
(P) ..............................51
 W 6,218 Rhode
Island
(H) ..................73
 L 3,200c Duquesne
(H)........................68 W 3,052 St.
Bonaventure
(A)
OT ........61 W 5,585 La
Salle
(S) ............................81 L 7,195

^
Puerto
Rico
Holiday
Classic
(Bayamon,
P.R.) ^^
Cable
Car
Classic
(San
Francisco,
Calif.)

Howard
(11.9),
Crenshaw
(10.7),
Reid
(9.4),
Haskins
(8.6),
Wilkins (8.0),
 Brown
 (7.0),
 Jennings
 (6.3),
 Sazonov
 (3.2),
 Mazzio
 (1.0), Gallagher
 (0.9),
 Woods,
 (0.9),
 
 Leib
 (0.4),
 Ikenokwalu
 (0.3), Zielenbach
(0.3),
Ngounou
(0.2)


Saint
Joseph’s
1996‐97
team
that
won
the
Atlantic
10
title
and
advanced
to
the
NCAA
Sweet
16:
(sitting) Rashid
 Bey,
 Michael
 Mazzio,
 Terrell
 Myers,
 Bob
 Del
 Vescovo,
 TIm
 Brown,
 John
 Gallagher
 and
 Arthur Davis;
(standing)
asst.
coach
Carlin
Warley,
head
coach
Phil
Martelli,
Stuart
Robbins,
Duval
Simmonds, Nemanja
Petrovic,
Dmitri
Domani,
Robert
Haskins,
Harold
Rasul,
Frank
Wilkins,
asst.
coach
Matt
Brady, and
asst.
coach
Monté Ross.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 110


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1995‐96

1994‐95

1993‐94

(Won
19,
Lost
13;
A‐10
9‐7;
Big
5
1‐1) Coach:
Martelli

(Won
17,
Lost
12;
A‐10
9‐6;
Big
5
2‐0) Coach:
Griffin

(Won
14,
Lost
14;
A‐10
5‐11;
Big
5
0‐2) Coach:
Griffin

DATE 12/2 12/6 12/18 12/21 12/28 12/29 1/2 1/4 1/10 1/13 1/16 1/20 1/22 1/25 1/27 1/29 1/31 2/3 2/5 2/8 2/11 2/17 2/19 2/25 2/28 3/2 3/6 3/7 3/14 3/19 3/21 3/26 3/28

SJU 64 74 78 84 93 ^ 74 ^ 60 78 89 * 86 67 68 83 52 76 71 73 76 58 69 76 64 69 66 86 80 71 82 82 76 74 56

# * * * * * * * * *# * * * * * * ** ** ++ ++ ++ ++ ++

OPP W/L ATT Delaware
(A) ........................56 W 4,390 Bucknell
(H) ..........................54 W 2,814 Princeton
(A) ........................88 L 1,556 UC‐Santa
Barbara
(H) ..........66 W 2,621 Texas
Chrsitian
(N)
2OT........92 W 8,552 Seton
Hall
(A)........................81 L 8,673 Old
Dominion
(A)..................62 L 4,936 Loyola‐Md.
(A)
2OT ..............80 L 726 Massachusetts
(H)
(#1)
OT ..94 L 3,200c Arizona
(P) .............................. Cancelled Penn
(S) ................................70 W 8,076 La
Salle
(P) ............................65 W 7,408 Fordham
(A)..........................64 W 1,457 Rhode
Island
(A) ..................86 L
 3,013 Temple
(S) ............................54 L 11,430 Virginia
Tech

(A)
(#10) ........85 L 8,731 Xavier
(A) ..............................84 L 9,117 Dayton
(H) ............................60 W 3,200c St.
Bonaventure
(H)..............72 W 2,669 Temple
(A) ............................60 L 3,548 Rhode
Island
(H) ..................64 W 3,200c Duquesne
(A)........................70 W 3,567 St.
Bonaventure
(A) ..............56 W 3,977 Fordham
(H)..........................58 W 3,046 Massachusetts
(A)
(#2)
OT ..68 L 9,493c G.
Washington
(H)
(#24) ......82 W 3,200 Duquesne
(N)
OT ..................72 W 7,410 G.
Washington
(N)................81 L 7,567c Iona
(A)
 ................................78 W 2,431 Providence
(A) ......................62 W 13,106



 Rhode
Island
(P)
 ..................59 W 6,321 Alabama
(N)
OT ....................69 W 8,346 Nebraska
(N)
........................60 L 12,464

^
Seton
Hall/Meadowlands
Tourn.
(East
Rutherford,
N.J.)

DATE 12/3 12/6 12/18 12/27 12/28 1/2 1/4 1/7 1/10 1/12 1/15 1/17 1/19 1/21 1/23 1/26 1/28 2/1 2/4 2/7 2/9 2/12 2/17 2/21 2/25 2/28 3/5 3/6 3/15

SJU 58 78 60 66 62 83 92 67 69 79 64 78 66 92 83 65 90 62 71 74 56 81 61 63 58 73 84 57 68

* # ^
 ^

* * * *

# * * * * * * * * * * * ** ** ++

OPP W/L Princeton
(H)
........................38 W Rutgers
(H)............................52 W Villanova
(P)..........................57 W Mississippi
St.
(N) ................76 L Monmouth
(N)......................71 L Loyola‐Md.
(H)......................53 W Old
Dominion
(H)..................82 W Duquesne
(A)........................62 W West
Virginia
(A) ..................71 L George
Washington
(H)........65 W Temple
(A) ............................74 L Drexel
(P) ..............................73 W DePaul
(A) ............................76 L Penn
(H)
OT ..........................82 W La
Salle
(A) ............................76 W George
Washington
(A)........75 L Duquesne
(H)........................77 W Massachusetts
(A)
(#1) ........74 L West
Virginia
(H) ..................65 W Rhode
Island
(A) ..................69 W St.
Bonaventure
(H)..............63 L Rhode
Island
(H) ..................64 W St.
Bonaventure
(A) ..............69 L Rutgers
(A) ............................61 W Massachusetts
(H)
(#5) ........77 L Temple
(P)
OT ......................64 W St.
Bonaventure
(P)

2OT......78 W Massachusetts
(P)
(#8) ........68 L Coppin
State
(H)
OT..............75 L

ATT 3,200c 2,912 8,722c 6,228 7,086 3,200c 3,200c 1,868 5,134 3,057 3,454 8,722c 5,028 3,200c 4,887 3,736 3,200c 9,493c 3,200c 2,517 3,017 3,200c 5,955 3,535 3,200c 6,671 7,273 8,722c 2,543

DATE SJU 11/26 90

 ^
 11/27 87 ^ 12/1 73

 12/4 90

 12/11 77 # 12/20 65 12/28 65 * 1/2


 54

 * 1/5


 65

 1/9


 68

 * 1/12


 73 1/15


 72
 * 1/19


 63
 * 1/22


 83
 * 1/25


 46
 *# 1/27


 79

 1/31


 70

 2/3 59
 * 2/5


 65

 * 2/10


 78

 * 2/13

 64
 * 2/15


 81
 * 2/19


 72
 * 2/22


 73
 * 2/26


 82
 * 3/2


 91

 * 3/5 94
 ** 3/6 58
 **

OPP Delaware
State
(H)
 .............. 60 Wagner
(H)
 ..........................56 Arizona
(A)
(#19)
 ................ 93 Loyola‐Md.
(A)
 ....................70 Penn
(S)
................................79 Drexel
(H)
OT
 ...................... 64 Duquesne
(A)
 ......................73 Temple
(A)
(#4)
 .................. 67 Saint
Peter’s
(H)
 ..................47 Rhode
Island
(A)
 ..................76 La
Salle
(A)
 ..........................71 Rutgers
(H)
 ..........................81 George
Washington
(H)........56 West
Virginia
(H)
..................97 Temple
(S)
............................60 Hofstra
(A) ............................60 UC‐Santa
Barbara
(A)
 ..........56 St.
Bonaventure
(H)
 ............55 George
Washington
(A)
 ......78 St.
Bonaventure
(A)
2OT
 ....81 Rhode
Island
(H) ..................73 Massachusetts
(H)
(#10)
......80 Rutgers
(A)
 ..........................76 Massachusetts
(A)
(#11)
......99 Duquesne
(H)
 ......................68 West
Virginia
(A)
..................83 St.
Bonaventure
(P) ..............83 Massachusetts
(P)
(#11)
 ......74

W/L ATT W 2,686 W
 2,376 L 13,962c W
 1,816 L 14,573 W
 3,200c L
 3,207 L 3,900c W
 2,567 L
 3,280 W
 4,454 L
 3,200c W 1,860 L
 3,200c L 11,776 W

 319 W
 3,051 W
 2,642 L
 3,542 L
 3,412 L
 2,842 W
 3,200c L
 3,098 L
 9,493c W 3,200c W
 2,265 W
 4,210 L
 8,722c

^
Hawk
Tip‐Off
Tournament
(Philadelphia,
Pa.) ^
Cowboy
Shootout
(Casper,
Wyo.)

Townsend
(14.7),
Warley
(12.0),
Bass
(11.9),
Blunt
(10.8),
Domani (6.4),
 Myers
 (5.2),
 Johnson
 (4.5),
 
 Bey
 (4.0),
 Petrovic
 (1.5), Simmonds
(0.8),
Martin
(0.4),
Del
Vescovo
(0.3)


Townsend
 (14.8),
 Bass
 (14.3),
 Myers
 (11.5),
 Johnson
 (10.5), Domani
(8.3),
Bey
(7.8),
Petrovic
(3.4),
Simmonds
(2.6),
Page
(2.4), Martin
(0.6),
Del
Vescovo
(0.2),
Mazzio
(0.1),
Jones
(0.0)

Warley
(16.4),
Curry
(12.6),

Blunt
(12.0),
Domani
(10.6),
Bass
(7.9), Townsend
 (7.6),
 Connor
 (7.4),
 Johnson
 (5.5),
 Myers
 (4.5),
 Poles (4.2),
Compton
(1.4),
DiMascio
(1.1),
Del
Vescovo
(0.0)

1992‐93 (Won
18,
Lost
11;
A‐10
8‐6;
Big
5
1‐1) Coach:
Griffin

DATE 12/4 12/5 12/8 12/14 12/28 12/29 1/3 1/6 1/10 1/12 1/16 1/19 1/23 1/25 1/28 1/30 2/3 2/6 2/8 2/11 2/14 2/19 2/22 2/25 2/27 3/4 3/7 3/8 3/18

SJU 103 ^ 93 ^ 81 52 64 ^^ 65 ^^ 71 * 73 93 * 80 70 * 53 # 81 * 94 76 59 * 74 * 77 # 73 * 69 * 81 * 65 * 70 * 74 * 84 * 43 * 71 ** 60 ** 34 ++

OPP W/L ATT Morgan
State
(H)
 ................80 W 3,013 Hartford
(H)
 ........................69 W 3,022 American
(A)
 ......................100 L 1,326 Drexel
(A)
 ............................47 W 1,917 Texas
A&M
(N)
 ....................50 W 5,985 Notre
Dame
(N)
 ..................68 L 3,478 Temple
(A)
 ..........................66 W 2,079 Loyola‐Md.
(H)
 ....................61 W 3,200c Rutgers
(H)
 ..........................86 W 2,875 Saint
Peter’s
(A)
 ..................63 W 1,622 West
Virginia
(H)
..................67 W 3,200c La
Salle
(S)
............................66 L 12,015 West
Virginia
(A)
2OT
 ..........82 L 13,074 Penn
(A)
 ..............................72 W 7,129 Hofstra
(H)
 ..........................55 W 2,776 George
Washington
(A)........78 L 4,381 Rhode
Island
(A)
 ..................65 W 3,134 Villanova
(S)
 ........................66 W 14,739 St.
Bonaventure
(H)
 ............60 W 3,051 Masschusetts
(H)
(#22)
........81 L 3,200c Rutgers
(A)
 ..........................90 L 6,114 Temple
(H)
 ..........................66 L 3,200c St.
Bonaventure
(A)
 ............69 W 3,098 George
Washington
(H)
 ......73 W 3,200c Rhode
Island
(H)
 ..................80 W
 3,200c Massachusetts
(A)
(#23)
 .... 61 L 9,493c Rutgers
(P)
 ..........................70 W 7,751 Temple
(P)
............................71 L 8,722c SW
Missouri
State
(A)
..........56 L 7,024

^
Hawk
Tip‐Off
Tournament
(Philadelphia,
Pa.) ^^
Sugar
Bowl
Tournament
(New
Orleans,
La.)

Blunt
(18.0),
Curry
(12.4),
Warley
(12.0),
Jones
(11.6),
Bass
(9.8), Poles
(4.2),
Watters
(3.0),
Connor
(1.6),
Townsend
(1.4),
Compton (1.3),
Johnson
(1.3),
Sell
(0.3)

In
Phil
Martelli’s
first
year
as
head
coach,
the
1995‐96
Hawks
advanced
to
the
NIT
Championship game
 ‐
 (sitting,
 L
 to
 R):
 Bob
 Del
 Vescovo,
 Terrelll
 Myers,
 Reggie
 Townsend,
 Mark
 Bassk,
 Bernard Jones,
Will
Johnson,
Rashid
Bey;
(standing)
asst.
coach
Matt
Brady,
head
coach
Phil
Martelli,
Dmitri Domani,
 Dameon
 Page,
 Nemanja
 Petrovic,
 The
 Hawk,
 Sean
 Martin,
 Robert
 Haskins,
 Duval Simmonds,
asst.
coach
Geoff
Arnold,
asst.
coach
Carlin
Warley.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 111


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1991‐92

1989‐90

1988‐89

(Won
13,
Lost
15;
A‐10
6‐10;
Big
5
1‐1) Coach:
Griffin

(Won
7,
Lost
21;
A‐10
5‐13;
Big
5
1‐3) Coach:
Boyle

(Won
8,
Lost
21;
A‐10
4‐14;
Big
5
1‐3) Coach:
Boyle

DATE 11/26 11/30 12/3 12/6 12/7 12/9 12/21 12/27 12/28 1/4 1/10 1/12 1/15 1/19 1/21 1/23 1/27 1/30 2/1 2/8 2/11 2/15 2/20 2/22 2/27 2/29 3/4 3/8

SJU 116 67 94 87 ^ 70 ^ 82 # 87 60 ^^ 66 ^^ 96 60 * 83 * 63 * 61 *# 75 * 66 * 75 * 77 * 80 * 73 * 84 74 * 79 * 88 * 100 * 82 * 68 * 59 **

OPP W/L ATT Wheeling
Jesuit
(H) ..............67
 W 2,828 South
Carolina
(H) ................81
 L 3,200c Drexel
(H)..............................79
 W 2,925 Wright
State
(N)....................77
 W 25,852 Syracuse
(A)
 ........................72
 L 26,290 Penn
(S) ................................81
 W 14,737 Fordham
(A)..........................75
 W 1,236 Memphis
State
(N)
 ..............77
 L 10,048 Fordham
(N) ........................77 L 9,285 American
(H) ........................82
 W 3,200c Temple
(H) ............................55
 W 3,200c St.
Bonaventure
(H)..............75
 W 3,200c
 Rhode
Island
(A)
 ..................84
 L 4,407c Temple
(S) ............................74
 L 12,722 Rutgers
(A) ............................70
 W 5,834 Massachusetts
(H) ................91
 L 3,200c St.
Bonaventure
(A) ..............84
 L 3,824 West
Virginia
(H) ..................88
 L 3,200c George
Washington
(A)........81
 L 5,000c Massachusetts
(A) ................81
 L 4,058c La
Salle
(H)
OT
......................80
 W 3,200c Duquesne
(H)........................77
 L 3,200c George
Washington
(H)........72
 W 3,200c Rhode
Island

(H) ..................85
 W 3,200c Duquesne
(A)
 ......................87
 W 3,604 West
Virginia
(A) ..................95
 L 12,564 Rutgers
(H)............................74
 L 3,200c Temple
(P) ............................75
 L 8,722c

DATE 11/28 11/29 12/2 12/6 12/9 12/12 12/29 12/30 1/4 1/7 1/9 1/11 1/16 1/20 1/22 1/27 1/31 2/3 2/5 2/8 2/10 2/12 2/15 2/17 2/21 2/24 2/28 3/3

SJU 94 67 58 58 47 54 58 50 96 79 62 75 77 62 72
 76 63 72 73 61 53 76 83 81 80 71 57 70

* * * ^ ^ * * * # # * * *# * * * * # * * * * * **

OPP W/L ATT Drexel
(P) ..............................87
 W 7,271 George
Washington
(P) ........81
 L 1,052 Canisius
(A) ..........................71
 L 2,037 Rutgers
(A) ............................75
 L 6,137 Princeton
(P) ........................62
 L 2,330 Temple
(A) ............................74
 L 3,900c Connecticut
(A) ....................83
 L 13,682 Delaware
(N) ........................68
 L 14,115 Loyola
Marymount
(H) ........99
 L 3,200c Duquesne
(H)........................64
 W 1,509 West
Virginia
(A) ..................82
 L 6,283 Rhode
Island
(H) ..................67
 W 1,237 Penn
(P) ................................69
 W 2,185 Villanova
(A)..........................69
 L 6,500c West
Virginia
(H) ..................82
 L 2,627 Rhode
Island
(A) ..................78
 L 4,164 Temple
(H) ............................78
 L 3,200c Penn
State
(A) ......................92
 L 6,341 George
Washington
(A)........83
 L 2,273 St.
Bonaventure
(A) ..............58
 W 3,388 Penn
State
(H) ......................61
 L 3,200c La
Salle
(H) ............................93
 L 3,200c St.
Bonaventure
(H)..............65
 W 1,110 Massachusetts
(H) ................75
 W 2,787 Rutgers
(H)
 ..........................91
 L 2,618 Duquesne
(A)
 ......................81
 L 2,212 Massachusetts
(A) ................80
 L 3,610 Duquesne
(P) ........................96
 L 3,951

^
Carrier
Classic
(Syracuse,
N.Y.)

^
Connecticut
Mutual
Classic
(Hartford,
Conn.)

^^
ECAC
Holiday
Festival
(New
York,
N.Y.)

Amos
 (16.0),
 Stewart
 (11.8),
 Gardler
 (11.3),
 Shaak
 (9.5),
 Miller (7.9),


Vercruyssen
(4.6),
Guokas
(4.0),
McKay
(3.0),
Malloy
(2.3), Washington
(2.3),
Daly
(2.2),
Naaman
(1.3)

Blunt
 (19.7),
 Amos
 (17.9),
 Curry
 (12.7),
 C.
 Warley
 (11.6),
 Poles (5.7),
 Jones
 (4.3),
 McKay
 (4.3),
 Daly
 (3.0),
 Guokas
 (2.9), Vercruyssen
(2.5),

Musick
(1.5),
J.
Warley
(0.9),
Sell
(0.3)

DATE 11/28 11/30 12/3 12/5 12/10 12/12 12/28 12/29 12/30 1/3 1/5 1/7 1/10 1/17 1/21 1/24 1/26 1/29 2/2 2/4 2/6 2/11 2/13 2/20 2/23 2/25 3/1 3/4 3/5

SJU 74 89 69 57 53 57 67 54 55 65 84 67 61 64 65 55 78 74 71 88 83 55 68 74 50 57 83 87 59

* # * ^ ^ ^ * * * * # * # * * *# * * * * * * * * ** **

OPP W/L Canisius
(H) ..........................71
 W Drexel
(P) ..............................77
 W Duquesne
(A)........................73 L La
Salle
(P) ............................81
 L Princeton
(A)
OT ..................59
 L Temple
(P) ............................63
 L Oregon
State
(N) ..................89
 L Colorado
(N) ........................72
 L Chicago
State
(N)..................70
 L Rhode
Island
(A) ..................68
 L Duquesne
(H)........................81
 W Penn
State
(H) ......................78
 L West
Virginia
(H) ..................76
 L Penn
(P) ................................56
 W St.
Bonaventure
(A) ..............70
 L Villanova
(P)..........................69 L Penn
State
(A) ......................80
 L George
Washington
(H)........67
 W Temple
(A) ............................79
 L St.
Bonaventure
(P)
OT ........94 L George
Washington
(A)........81
 W Rutgers
(A) ............................91
 L Massachusetts
(A) ................72
 L Rutgers
(H)............................76
 L West
Virginia
(A) ..................65
 L Rhode
Island
(P)....................83
 L Massachusetts
(H) ................81
 W Massachusetts
(P) ................83
 W West
Virginia
(P) ..................79
 L

^
Far
West
Classic
(Portland,
Ore.)

Leahy
(16.5),
Smith
(13.8),
Amos
(11.2),

Miller
(8.1),
Owens
(6.3),
Guokas (4.9),
 Shaak
 (3.6),
 Washington
 (3.1),
 Stewart
 (2.4),
 Daly
 (2.2),
 McHugh (2.0),
McCrystal
(1.8),
Vercruyssen
(1.3),
Kempski
(0.7)



1990‐91

1987‐88

(Won
13,
Lost
17;
A‐10
7‐11;
Big
5
3‐1) Coach:
Griffin

(Won
15,
Lost
14;
A‐10
9‐9;
Big
5
3‐1) Coach:
Boyle

DATE 11/26 11/28 12/1 12/3 12/6 12/8 12/22 12/29 1/3 1/5 1/7 1/10 1/12 1/16 1/19 1/22 1/26 1/28 2/2 2/4 2/6 2/9 2/13 2/16 2/21 2/23 2/26 3/2 3/3 3/4

SJU 74 108 60 73 69 82 61 111 92 95 60 89 89 87 65
 56 94 87 74 66 64 68 87 82 67 78 98 82 90 82

* * * #

* * * * # * * * * * *# * * # * * * ** ** **

OPP W/L ATT George
Washington
(A) 
.
.
.
.84
 L 2,132 Drexel
(A)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.96
 W 2,500c Massachusetts
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.83
 L 2,009 Fordham
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.74
 L 1,492 Rutgers
(H)
OT 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.75
 L 2,449 Villanova
(S)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.83
 L 9,307 South
Carolina
(A)
(#16) 
.
.
.73
 L 12,401 Loyola
Marymount
(A)

.
.
.
.126
 L 1,351 Miami‐Fla.
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.79
 W 2,912 Duquesne
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.98
 L 3,005 Massachusetts
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.68
 L 3,892 St.
Bonaventure
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.69
 W 2,213 Rhode
Island
(H)
OT 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.81
 W 3,080 Penn
(H)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.79
 W 2,915 George
Washington
(H)
.
.
.
.73
 L 3,101 Temple
(A)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.73
 L 3,900c West
Virginia
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.116
 L 7,563 St.
Bonaventure
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.78
 W 2,626 Duquesne
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.63
 W 3,200c Temple
(H)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.60
 W 3,200c Miami‐Fla.(A)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.87
 L 1,375 Penn
State
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.84
 L 5,713 Rutgers
(A)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.95
 L 6,031 La
Salle
(A)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.73
 W 10,000c Penn
State
(H)
 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.71
 L 3,200c Rhode
Island
(A)
OT 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.76
 W 2,781 West
Virgina
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.89
 W 3,200c Rhode
Island
(P)
OT 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.65
 W 4,103 Rutgers
(P)
OT
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.87
 W 8,722c George
Washington

(P)
OT 84
 L 8,210

ATT 2,078 3,562 2,480 4,189 1,695 3,779 9,288 2,502 2,559 3,202 1,709 3,008 2,198 4,307 5,112 8,722c 2,805 2,651 3,900c 7,824 2,074 4,342 2,755 2,211 8,733 3,640 1,219 3,519 7,805

DATE 11/27 11/28 12/2 12/10 12/12 12/13 12/21 12/29 12/30 1/2 1/6 1/9 1/11 1/14 1/17 1/19 1/23 1/28 1/30 2/4 2/6 2/13 2/18 2/21 2/23 2/27 3/2 3/7 3/8

SJU 51 64 72 62 53 64 60 54 78 65 73 80 62 75 82 73 85 83 59 67 83 75 62 52 76 64 62 85 67

^ ^ * # * ^^ ^^ * * * * * * # * * * * * * * * # * *# ** **

OPP W/L Mississippi
(N) ......................59
 L Loyola‐Md.
(N)......................52
 W Cleveland
State
(H) ..............77
 L Temple
(A)
(#11) ..................83 L Villanova
(A)..........................52
 W Drexel
(P) ..............................81
 L West
Virginia
(A) ..................70
 L Santa
Clara
(A) ......................74
 L Pacific
(N)..............................75
 W Rutgers
(A) ............................60
 W West
Virginia
(H) ..................80
 L Rhode
Island
(H) ..................99
 L Massachusetts
(A) ................55
 W St.
Bonaventure
(H)..............63
 W Duquesne
(H)........................70
 W La
Salle
(P) ............................63 W Rhode
Island
(A) ..................91
 L Rutgers
(P) ............................65 W L Penn
State
(P) ......................61
 George
Washington
(A)........55
 W Massachusetts
(P) ................78
 W Duquesne
(A)........................77
 L St.
Bonaventure
(A) ..............60
 W Penn
State
(A) ......................76
 L Penn
(P) ................................64
 W George
Washington
(H)........62
 W Temple
(P) ............................75
 L Penn
State
(N)
OT ................78
 W Temple
(N) ............................79
 L

ATT 6,914 6,538 2,413 4,500c 6,500c 3,262 5,441 2,930 3,437 4,184 2,114 2,008 1,682 1,154 2,120 7,179 4,829c 2,141 5,158 2,127 3,296 1,603 3,989 2,434 2,772 3,039 8,722c 4,018 6,036

^
MCI
Harbor
Classic
(Baltimore,
Md.)

Blunt
(18.8),
Amos
(16.0),
Curry
(13.5),
Guokas
(7.0),

Gardler
(6.9), Miller
 (5.6),
 Stewart
 (3.8),
 Daly
 (2.8),
 Vercruyssen
 (2.8),
 
 Warley (1.9),
Sell
(0.6),
McKay
(0.3),
Washington
(0.3)

^^
Cable
Car
Classic
(Santa
Clara,
Calif.)

Blake
 (18.2),
 Leahy
 (11.1),
 Brown
 (10.5),
 Owens
 (10.5),
 Smith
 (7.8), Baggett
 (4.0),
 Stewart
 (3.7),
 Shaak
 (3.5),
 Miller
 (2.3),
 McHugh
 (0.7), Washington
(0.4),
McCrystal
(0.0)

Craig
 Amos
 averaged
 double
 figures
 every year
 of
 his
 career
 from
 1988
 to
 1992
 and
 is the
Hawks’
fourth
leading
career
scorer.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 112


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1986‐87

1985‐86

1984‐85

(Won
16,
Lost
13;
A‐10
9‐9;
Big
5
2‐2) Coach:
Boyle

(Won
26,
Lost
6;
A‐10
16‐2;
Big
5
3‐1) Coach:
Boyle

(Won
19,
Lost
12;
A‐10
13‐5;
Big
5
2‐2) Coach:
Boyle

DATE 12/3 12/6 12/8 12/20 12/26 12/27 1/3 1/5 1/7 1/10 1/15 1/18 1/24 1/27 1/29 1/31 2/2 2/5 2/7 2/9 2/12 2/15 2/17 2/19 2/22 2/24 2/25 3/1 3/3

SJU 80 82 49 78 77 86 80 89 83 78 86 69 58 83 79 82 68 84 69 84 81 74 83 87 68 76 67 81 68

* #^ ^ * * * * * * # * * * *# * * * * # * * * ** **

OPP W/L ATT Cleveland
State
(A) ..............85
 L 3,102c Drexel
(A) ..............................67
 W 2,500c West
Virginia
(H) ..................61
 L 2,334 Dayton
(A)
OT ......................75
 W 10,586 La
Salle
(P) ............................70 W 7,710 Bradley
(P) ............................77
 W 5,544 Duquesne
(A)........................76
 W 1,415 Rhode
Island
(A)
 ..................79
 W 2,703 Duke
(A)
(#17) ......................93
 L 8,456c Duquesne
(H)........................71
 W 2,442 St.
Bonaventure
(A) ..............73
 W 3,825 Temple
(P) ............................70
 L 8,722c Massachusetts
(A) ................60
 L 1,411 Penn
(P) ................................81
 W 3,134 Rutgers
(H)
 ..........................73
 W 1,847 Penn
State
(A) ......................95
 L 3,552 St.
Bonaventure
(H)..............62
 W 1,475 South
Florida
(P) ..................68
 W 1,641 Temple
(A)
(#6) ....................78
 L 4,500c George
Washington
(A)........76
 W 1,875 Rhode
Island
(H) ..................86 L 1,658 Massachusetts
(H) ................60
 W 2,323 George
Washington
(H)........76
 W 1,109 Villanova
(P)
20T ..................88
 L 8,722c West
Virginia
(A) ..................84
 L 7,858 Rutgers
(A) ............................83
 L 1,867 Penn
State
(H) ......................83
 L 2,453 Penn
State
(A) ......................78
 W 2,314 Temple
(A)
(#8) ....................84
 L 4,500c

^
Jostens
Classic
(Philadelphia,
Pa.)

Blake
 (17.6),
 Flint
 (14.6),
 W.
 Williams
 (13.9),
 Thornton
 (13.5), Mullee
 (11.1),
 Smith
 (7.5),
 Owens
 (6.4),
 Leahy
 (4.1),
 Shaak
 (3.0), Baggett
(1.5),
Concannon
(1.4),
Carr
(0.9),
Castaldi
(0.0),
Mulqueen (0.0),
Quinn
(0.0),

Springer
(0.0)

DATE 12/5 12/7 12/9 12/21 12/26 12/27 12/28 1/4 1/6 1/9 1/11 1/13 1/16 1/18 1/21 1/25 1/27 1/30 2/1 2/3 2/6 2/8 2/13 2/15 2/17 2/20 2/22 2/27 3/1 3/3 3/14 3/16

SJU 53 72 45 63 65 64 60 72 81 80 87 66 72 88 59 71 78 54 73 67 76 65 73 84 90 69 73 59 60 72 60 69

* # ^ ^ ^ * * * * * * # * * * * * * *# * * * # * ** ** ** + +

OPP W/L ATT Siena
(A)................................69
 L 2,568 Fairfield
(A) ..........................69
 W 2,811 West
Virginia
(A) ..................72
 L 6,107 Villanova
(P)..........................61
 W 9,208c Kansas
State
(N)
OT..............63
 W 7,384 Oregon
State
(N) ..................46
 W 8,187 Iowa
(N) ................................56
 W 7,345 Penn
State
(H) ......................42
 W 2,200 St.
Bonaventure
(H)..............62
 W 1,750 Temple
(P) ............................71
 W 7,364 George
Washington
(A)........73
 W 2,412 Duke
(P) ................................87
 L 9,208c Rhode
Island
(A) ..................59
 W 1,886 Massachusetts
(H) ................74
 W 2,312 Penn
(P) ................................50
 W 5,697 Rutgers
(P) ............................57
 W 4,203 West
Virginia
(P) ..................70
 W 8,459 Penn
State
(A) ......................59
 L 1,899 St.
Bonaventure
(A) ..............65
 W 5,651 Duquesne
(H)........................63
 W 2,020 George
Washington
(H)........56
 W 1,922 Temple
(P) ............................63
 W 9,208c Rhode
Island
(H) ..................66
 W 2,163 Massachusetts
(A) ................50
 W 3,688 Duquesne
(A)........................75
 W 1,819 La
Salle
(P) ............................74
 L 6,607 Rutgers
(A) ............................60
 W 4,835 Penn
State
(H) ......................51
 W 2,417 Duquesne
(N)........................59
 W 5,503 West
Virginia
(N) ..................64
 W 7,781 Richmond
(N)........................59
 W 16,857 Cleveland
State
(N)
..............75
 L 21,713

DATE 11/29 12/1 12/5 12/8 12/11 12/14 12/15 12/22 1/3 1/5 1/10 1/12 1/17 1/19 1/24 1/26 1/31 2/2 2/7 2/9 2/14 2/16 2/19 2/21 2/23 2/28 3/2 3/7 3/8 3/14 3/19

SJU 56 46 63 81 69 57 44 59 45 50 76 76 80 64 48 84 70 72 64 81 66 73 44 79 71 67 70 52 61 68 61

# ^ ^ # * * * * * * * * * * * * * * # * * * *# ** ** ++ ++

OPP W/L ATT Siena
(H)................................43
 W 2,344 Duke
(A)
(#4) ........................59
 L 8,564 Old
Dominion
(A)..................87
 L 3,533 Fairfield
(H) ..........................64
 W 1,910 La
Salle
(P) ............................74
 L 3,979 Stetson
(N)............................55
 W 13,915 Indiana
(A)
(#16) ..................81 L 14,255 Penn
(S)
OT ..........................57 W 9,545 Temple
(P) ............................77
 L 6,624 West
Virginia
(P) ..................51
 L 3,663 Rutgers
(A) ............................85
 L 4,697 St.
Bonaventure
(A) ..............56
 W 4,439 Massachusetts
(A) ................89
 L 863 George
Washington
(H)........62 W 1,344 Rhode
Island
(A) ..................44
 W 2,256 Penn
State
(A) ......................60
 W 3,127 Duquesne
(A)........................56
 W 2,280 Penn
State
(H) ......................53
 W 2,012 George
Washington
(A)........40
 W 2,349 Duquesne
(P) ........................54
 W 6,508 Massachusetts
(H) ................54
 W 1,748 Rhode
Island
(H) ..................56
 W 1,832 Villanova
(S) ..........................47
 L 10,409 St.
Bonaventure
(H)..............64
 W 1,241 Rutgers
(H)
 ..........................57
 W 2,144 West
Virginia
(A) ..................71
 L 8,319 Temple
(P) ............................66
 W 8,691 George
Washington
(N)........49
 W 9,568c Temple
(N) ............................62
 L 7,218 Missouri
(A) ..........................67
 W 3,819 Virginia
(A) ............................68
 L 8,500

^
Indiana
Classic
(Bloomington,
Ind.) ^
Far
West
Classic
(Portland,
Ore.)

Martin
 (17.8),
 Blake
 (13.5),
 Williams
 (13.0),
 Arnold
 (8.9),
 Mullee (7.0),
 Slattery
 (5.0),
 Flint
 (4.1),
 Leahy
 (2.3),
 Baggett
 (1.9),
 Woods (1.8),
Carr
(1.2),
Concannon
(0.5)

Martin
 (16.5),
 Lojewski
 (15.5),
 Blake
 (9.5),
 Flint
 (7.4),
 Williams (6.3), Mullee
(5.3),
Arnold
(5.2),
Owens
(3.9),
Slattery
(2.3),
Becker (1.3),
Carr
(1.0),
Concannon
(0.6),
Dzurenda
(0.4)

1983‐84 (Won
20,
Lost
9;
A‐10
13‐5;
Big
5
2‐2) Coach:
Boyle

DATE 11/26 11/30 12/3 12/6 12/13 12/29 12/30 1/4 1/7 1/10 1/12 1/14 1/19 1/21 1/26 1/28 2/2 2/4 2/7 2/9 2/11 2/16 2/18 2/23 2/25 3/1 3/3 3/8 3/16

SJU 66 50 # 82 74 # 88 * 61 ^ 106 ^ 83 * 74 * 77 60 * 86 # 67 * 68 * 74 * 75 * 92 * 80 * 58 73 * 76 * 89 * 70 * 59 * 75 * 75 * 58 *# 67 ** 63 ++

OPP W/L ATT Wheeling
(H)
........................45
 W 2,126 Villanova
(P)
OT ....................57
 L 9,208c Fairfield
(A) ..........................71
 W 2,800 La
Salle
(P) ............................72
 W 4,607 St.
Bonaventure
(P) ..............73
 W 3,114 Ohio
State
(N) ......................64
 L 2,856 Alaska‐Anchorage
(N) ..........54
 W 3,402 Temple
(S)
OT ......................89
 L 12,890 West
Virginia
(A)
OT ............70
 W 9,013 Widener
(H) ..........................35
 W 2,000 Rutgers
(P)
OT ......................59
 W 2,742 Penn
(P) ................................66
 W 5,692 Massachusetts
(P)
20T ........66
 W 1,547 George
Washington
(A)........76
 L 3,500 Rhode
Island
(A) ..................71
 W 2,944 Penn
State
(H) ......................63
 W 2,410 Duquesne
(H)........................54
 W 2,000 Penn
State
(A) ......................72
 W 4,010 DePaul
(P)
(#2)......................45
 W 8,421 George
Washington
(P) ........61
 W 1,622 Duquesne
(A)........................70
 W 2,879 Massachusetts
(A) ................93
 L 4,200 Rhode
Island
(P)....................54
 W 4,111 St.
Bonaventure
(A) ..............51
 W 4,463 Rutgers
(A) ............................79
 L 6,749 West
Virginia
(H) ..................72
 W 2,008 Temple
(P) ............................69
 L 9,208c St.
Bonaventure
(N)..............68
 L 8,325 Boston
College
(P) ................76
 L 4,127

^
Cable
Car
Classic
(Santa
Clara,
Calif.)

Costner
 (18.6),
 Martin
 (15.6),
 Lojewski
 (15.4),
 Springman
 (9.5), Williams
(4.6),
Arnold
(4.4),
Flint
(3.7),
Welton
(2.5),
Mitchell
(1.9), Concannon
(1.3),

Slattery
(0.8),

Dzurenda
(0.6)


Head
 coach
 Jim
 Boyle,
 here
 with
 Geoff
 Arnold,
 guided
 the 1985‐86
Hawks
to
the
Atlantic
10
Championship.
SJU
posted a
26‐6
record
and
advanced
to
the
NCAA
Second
Round.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 113


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1982‐83

1980‐81

1979‐80

(Won
15,
Lost
13;
A‐10
8‐6;
Big
5
2‐2) Coach:
Boyle

(Won
25,
Lost
8;
ECC
9‐2;
Big
5
2‐2) Coach:
Lynam

(Won
21,
Lost
9;
ECC
10‐1,
Big
5
4‐0) Coach:
Lynam

DATE 12/4 12/8 12/11 12/14 12/17 12/18 12/21 12/27 12/29 1/8 1/13 1/15 1/17 1/19 1/22 1/26 1/31 2/5 2/7 2/9 2/15 2/19 2/22 2/25 2/26 3/2 3/5 3/9

SJU 64 64 110 69 * 77 ^ 99 ^ 63 65 ^^ 68 ^^ 65 * 68 * 85 # 77 * 88 * 80 * 98 * 54 60 # 68 * 64 * 63 * 88 *# 62 # 78 89 * 92 * 66 * 69 **

OPP W/L ATT VCU
(A)..................................75
 L 6,600 Maryland
(A) ........................56
 W 9,850 Fairfield
(H) ..........................83
 W 1,358 Penn
State
(P) ......................79
 L 4,291 Illinois‐Chicago
(N)................61
 W 453 Northeastern
(N) ..................73
 W 759 Bradley
(A) ............................65
 L 9,500 Wake
Forest
(N)....................88
 L 9,908 Brigham
Young
(N) ..............65
 W 13,785 Rutgers
(H)............................70
 L 2,240 Duquesne
(A)........................58
 W 2,452 Penn
(P) ................................79
 W 8,043 Rutgers
(A) ............................79
 L 6,783 Rhode
Island
(A) ..................75
 W 3,113 Temple
(P) ............................73
 W 9,208c Massachusetts
(P) ................86
 W 4,890 DePaul
(A) ............................55
 L 11,788 La
Salle
(P) ............................79
 L 7,843 St.
Bonaventure
(A) ..............65
 W 4,615 West
Virginia
(P) ..................93
 L 6,891 Rhode
Island
(H) ..................64
 L 1,034 Temple
(P) ............................59
 W 5,132 Villanova
(S) ..........................70
 L 18,060 Boston
Univ.
(A)....................77 W 1,032 Massachusetts
(A) ................78
 W 4,107 George
Washington
(H)........82
 W 1,013 West
Virginia
(A) ..................77 L 9,517 Temple
(S) ............................88
 L 4,572

^
Atlantic
City
Classic
(Atlantic
City,
N.J.) ^^
ECAC
Holiday
Festival
(New
York,
N.Y.)

Lojewski
 (18.2),
 McFarlan
 (16.1),
 Costner
 (15.2),
 Martin
 (10.4), Williams
 (7.8),
 Arnold
 (3.2),
 Welton
 (2.4),
 DiCaro
 (2.0),
 Slattery (1.8),
Springman
(1.7),
Mitchell
(1.4),
Callahan
(1.3)


* ^ ^ ^^ ^^ * * * # * *# * #

* *# * * ** ** ** +

* *

^ ^ * * * # *#

* *# * * * # ** ** ** + + + +

OPP W/L ATT Scranton
(H)..........................62
 W 1,765 Rider
(A)................................55
 W 2,200 West
Chester
(H) ..................60
 W 1,052 Princeton
(A)
OT ..................50
 W 2,210 Cornell
(A) ............................39
 W 1,360 Jacksonville
(P)......................40
 W 4,012 Michigan
State
(A) ................71
 L 6,953 Bowling
Green
(N) ................76
 W 13,211 Maryland
(A)
(#9) ................74
 L 13,779 Saint
Francis‐Pa.
(H)..............72
 W 1,722 Bucknell
(A) ..........................56
 W 2,000 Jacksonville
(A) ....................42
 W 4,629 Lafayette
(A) ........................41
 W 2,500 Delaware
(A) ........................56
 W 894 UNC‐Charlotte
(P) ................65
 W 8,558 Penn
(P) ................................61
 W 6,990 La
Salle
(P) ............................58
 L 9,208c Albright
(H) ..........................56
 W 746 North
Carolina
(N)
(#10) ......87
 L 10,782 North
Carolina
State
(N) ......47
 L 11,198 Drexel
(P) ..............................72
 W 4,412 Temple
(P) ............................58
 W 7,151 Lehigh
(H)..............................47
 W 856 Hofstra
(A) ............................43
 W 3,100 American
(P)
OT....................84
 L 9,208c Villanova
(P)..........................72
 L 9,208c Temple
(H) ............................55
 W 2,046 Lafayette
(P)..........................63
 W 5,144 American
(P) ........................60
 W 6,150 Creighton
(N) ........................57
 W 13,252 DePaul
(N)
(#1) ....................48
 W 13,458 Boston
College
(N)................41
 W 17,091 Indiana
(A)
(#9) ....................78
 L 17,112

Warrick
 (13.5),
 Williams
 (12.5),
 Smith
 (10.8),
 Costner
 (10.0), Morrow
(7.5),
McFarlan
(7.1),
Clark
(5.8),
Dearborn
(3.4),
Mitchell (2.1),
Springman
(2.0),
Kearney
(1.9),
Robbins
(1.7),
DiCaro
(0.8), Healy
(0.7),
Morrison
(0.0)

(Won
25,
Lost
5;
ECC
10‐1;
Big
5
3‐1) Coach:
Boyle SJU 74 76 73 59 45 63 77 72 71 72 81 79 79 76 64 77 93 60 84 44 69 93 83 65 59 51 65 83 75 62

SJU 76 71 83 51 42 45 67 87 57 92 66 44 59 67 72 63 56 88 64 42 94 61 74 54 83 62 60 73 63 59 49 42 46

^
Maryland
Invitational
(College
Park,
Md.)

1981‐82 DATE 11/29 12/2 12/4 12/5 12/9 12/11 12/12 12/14 12/30 1/2 1/6 1/9 1/12 1/16 1/21 1/23 1/25 1/27 1/31 2/3 2/6 2/10 2/13 2/17 2/20 2/23 3/3 3/5 3/6 3/12

DATE 11/30 12/2 12/6 12/9 12/11 12/13 12/27 12/29 12/30 1/3 1/7 1/10 1/13 1/20 1/25 1/28 1/31 2/2 2/6 2/7 2/11 2/14 2/16 2/18 2/24 2/28 3/4 3/6 3/7 3/12 3/14 3/20 3/22

DATE 12/3 12/7 12/8 12/10 12/12 12/17 12/18 1/2 1/4 1/5 1/8 1/12 1/14 1/19 1/21 1/23 1/26 1/30 2/2 2/9 2/11 2/13 2/16 2/19 2/21 2/23 2/27 2/29 3/1 3/5

SJU 58 38 82 67 46 75 86 74 80 52 53 71 55 54 65 60 53 72 58 53 73 95 65 54 62 60 70 76 49 61

^ ^ * ^^ ^^ *

* * * # * *# *# * *

* # ** ** ** ++

OPP W/L Loyola‐Md.
(H)......................46 W Saint
Peter’s
(N)....................58
 L Manhattan
(N)......................63
 W Catholic
(A)
20T ....................68
 L West
Chester
(A) ..................44
 W Rollins
(A)
OT ........................76
 L Manhattan
(N)......................63
 W Rider
(H)................................86
 L Long
Island
(N)......................76
 W Old
Dominion
(A)..................51
 W Georgetown
(P)
(#20) ..........62
 L Drexel
(H)..............................60
 W St.
John’s
(A) ........................72
 L Lafayette
(H) ........................41
 W Lehigh
(A)..............................55
 W Penn
(P)
3OT ........................56
 W L Princeton
(P) ........................56
 Bucknell
(P) ..........................60
 W La
Salle
(P) ............................57
 W Temple
(C)
OT ......................52
 W Delaware
(H) ........................55
 W Hofstra
(H) ............................74
 W Rhode
Island
(A)
OT..............59
 W Providence
(P) ......................52
 W American
(A) ........................61
 W Villanova
(P)..........................59
 W Hofstra
(H) ............................59
 W Bucknell
(P) ..........................71
 W La
Salle
(P) ............................59
 L Texas
(A) ..............................70
 L

ATT 936 3,869 4,100 800 450 1,200 1,508 736 4,741 4,976 6,253 1,045 4,372 1,546 1,200 6,156 5,147 9,208c 6,451 5,080 811 700 3,629 5,771 2,000 9,208c 1,278 3,340 2,901 7,129

^Jersey
Classic
(Piscataway,
N.J.) ^^
Tangerine
Bowl
(Winter
Park,
Fla.)

Williams
(13.9),
Morrow
(12.0),
Warrick
(11.9),
Griffin
(8.9),
Smith (8.7),
 Dearborn
 (3.7),
 DiRugeris
 (3.2),
 Kearney
 (3.1),
 DiCaro
 (1.8), Morrison
(1.7),
Van
Osten
(1.7),
Healy
(0.7),
Collins
(0.5),

Rafferty (0.0)

OPP W/L ATT Scranton
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.50
 W 1,981 Rider
(H)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.53
 W 1,202 North
Texas
State
(N)
.
.
.
.
.
.69
 W 14,275c Syracuse
(A)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.57
 W 17,272 Bradley
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.58
 L 5,122 Cal
State‐Fullerton
(N) 
.
.
.
.
.59
 W 3,000 UC‐Santa
Barbara
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.53
 W 3,500 Creighton
(A)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.73
 L 5,100 Bucknell
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.58
 W 1,430 Cornell
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.49
 W 1,102 Lafayette
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.57
 W 5,217 Delaware
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.65
 W 909 Penn
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.56
 W 6,203 UNC‐Charlotte
(A)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.67
 W 5,037 Lehigh
(A)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.52
 W 1,200 Temple
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.82
 L 9,082 West
Chester
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.72
 W 2,000 VCU
(P)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.52
 W 6,914 Villanova
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.64
 W 9,208c DePaul
(A)
(#3)
OT 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.46
 L 12,283 Old
Dominion
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.63
 W 4,834 Drexel
(A)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.71
 W 2,983 La
Salle
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.77
 W 7,541 Fordham
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.54
 W 5,065 Hofstra
(H)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.50
 W 2,221 American
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.49
 W 2,700 Hofstra
(H)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.57
 W 1,100 La
Salle
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.71
 W 5,083 Drexel
(P) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.65
 W 4,483 Northeastern
(N) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.63
 L 15,225

^
Carrier
Classic
(Syracuse,
N.Y.) ^^
Nike
Classic
(Santa
Barbara,
Calif.)

Warrick
 (14.9),
 Costner
 (14.5),
 McFarlan
 (14.3),
 Lojewski
 (9.4), Clark
(8.3),
Dearborn
(6.2),
Springman
(2.0),
Mitchell
(1.4),
DiCaro (1.2),
Barton
(0.8),
Healy
(0.7),
Van
Osten
(0.5)

The
 1980‐81
 Hawks,
 who
 upset
 #1
 DePaul
 in
 the
 NCAA
Tournament:
 (kneeling)
 Mike
 Morrow,
 John Smith,
 asst.
 coach
 John
 Griffin,
 head
 coach
 Jim
 Lynam,
 asst.
 coach
 Jim
 Boyle,
 asst.
 coach
 Brad Greenberg,
Boo
Williams,
and
Steve
Kearney;
(standing)
manager
Mike
Hare,
manager
Rich
Devine,
Bill Mitchell,
Bill
Healy,
Tony
DiCaro,
Bryan
Warrick,
Mark
Dearborn,
Kevin
Springman,
Tony
Costner,
Paul Morrison,
Lonnie
McFarlan,
Jeffery
Clark,
Kevin
Van
Osten,
and
manager
Andy
Dougherty,
Jr.

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 114


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1978‐79

1976‐77

1974‐75

(Won
19,
Lost
11;
ECC
9‐2;
Big
5
2‐2) Coach:
Lynam

(Won
13,
Lost
13;
ECC
2‐3;
Big
5
0‐4) Coach:
Booth

(Won
8,
Lost
17;
ECC
3‐3;
Big
5
0‐4) Coach:
Booth

DATE 11/25 11/29 12/2 12/4 12/8
 12/9 12/13 12/16 12/29 12/30 1/2 1/6 1/10 1/13 1/16 1/20 1/25 1/28 1/31 2/3 2/6 2/9 2/12 2/17 2/21 2/24 2/28 3/2 3/3 3/7

SJU 75 79 77 70 71 73 77 68 56 62 37 61 61 71 42 65 57 40 92 55 62 54 65 94 68 57 68 69 60 66

*

^ ^ * ^^ ^^

* * # * * * * # * #* #* ** ** ** ++

OPP W/L ATT Loyola‐Md.
(A) ......................71
 W 1,050 Rider
(A)................................58
 W 1,000 Providence
(A) ......................66
 W 7,632 Catholic
(H) ..........................71
 L 1,041 Brigham
Young
(A)................90
 L 18,633 Santa
Clara
(N)......................87
 L 6,209 West
Chester
(H) ..................48
 W 1,225 Saint
Peter’s
(P) ....................64
 W 5,803 Maryland
(A)
OT ..................62
 L 5,612 Holy
Cross
(N) ......................58
 W 8,137 Georgetown
(A)
(#15) ..........36
 W 2,470 Vermont
(A) ..........................63
 L 1,345 Bucknell
(A)
2OT ..................63
 L 1,500 Lehigh
(H)..............................50
 W 838 Penn
(P) ................................43
 L 7,526 Lafayette
(A) ........................44
 W 1,800 Hofstra
(A) ............................56
 W 978 St.
John’s
(H) ........................47
 L 1,926 American
(P) ........................68
 W 5,243 Rhode
Island
(P)....................48
 W 6,491 Drexel
(A) ..............................52
 W 1,000 Villanova
(P)
OT ....................50
 W 9,208c Delaware
(A) ........................63
 W 610 La
Salle
(P) ............................87
 W 7,387 Temple
(P)
(#15) ..................76
 L 5,392 Saint
Francis‐Pa.
(P)..............53
 W 5,755 La
Salle
(H)
OT ......................63
 W 2,080 Bucknell
(P) ..........................61
 W 5,110 Temple
(P)
(#13) ..................61
 L 6,171 Ohio
State
(A)
(#20)..............80
 L 13,086

^
Cougar
Classic
(Provo,
Utah) ^^
Maryland
Invitational
(College
Park,
Md.)

Black
 (15.5),
 Williams
 (10.3),
 Valderas
 (9.1),
 Major
 (7.5),
 Griffin (6.9),
 Clark
 (6.7),
 Smith
 (5.3),
 Hubbard
 (3.4),
 Warrick
 (3.3), DiRugeris
(2.8),
Dearborn
(1.5),
Van
Osten
(1.5),
Healy
(1.0)


DATE 11/25 11/26 11/30 12/3 12/6 12/10 12/18 12/28 12/29 1/4 1/7 1/11 1/14 1/19 1/21 1/25 2/1 2/4 2/7 2/11 2/13 2/15 2/18 2/21 2/23 2/25 2/27 3/1

SJU 85 ^ 69 ^ 108 58 93 61 55 61 61 79 72 69 66 82 85 69 # 74 * 74 *# 77 * 65 *# 90 80 62 97 * 57 64 # 90 ** 82 **

OPP W/L Richmond
(A) ........................57
 W William
&
Mary
(N) ..............60
 W Albright
(H) ..........................78
 W Philadelphia
Textile
(H) ........59
 L Rider
(H)................................83
 W Rhode
Island
(A) ..................65
 L Georgetown
(H)
2OT ............61
 L North
Carolina
State
(A) ......70
 L Duke
(N)................................74
 L Boston
College
(A) ................81
 L Loyola‐Md.
(H)......................58
 W Providence
(P)
(#11) ............76
 L Lafayette
(P)
OT....................64
 W Mount
St.
Mary’s
(H)............67
 W Vermont
(H)..........................59
 W Penn
(P) ................................80
 L American
(A) ........................48
 W La
Salle
(P) ............................82
 L Drexel
(H)..............................88
 L Temple
(P) ............................72
 L W Delaware
(H) ........................83
 King’s‐Pa.
(A)
OT ..................78
 W Fairfield
(A) ..........................86
 L Hofstra
(P) ............................90
 W St.
John’s
(A) ........................79
 L Villanova
(P)..........................72
 L Drexel
(A)
OT ........................80
 W La
Salle
(A) ............................89
 L

ATT 6,000 5,500 6,000 1,100 1,089 4,829 1,856 9,100 8,900 2,850 1,408 5,578 7,031 687 526 4,078 975 7,761 419 3,650 556 4,284 4,611 4,055 8,152 1,000 1,000

SJU 77 71 65 74 43 65 74 56 ^ 67 ^ 69 ^ 64 101 57 61 *# 55 # 72 64 59 77 * 97 62 * 62 68 * 78 # 111 74 #*

OPP W/L ATT Loyola‐Md.
(A) ......................74 W Albright
(A)............................59 W 2,000 Rhode
Island
(P)....................75
 L 5,778 Lafayette
(P)..........................70
 W 4,018 Princeton
(A) ........................46
 L 3,900 Boston
College
(P) ................62 W 9,208c Franklin
&
Marshall
(H) ........56
 W 1,000 Brigham
Young
(N) ..............68
 L Ohio
University
(N) ..............62
 W Baylor
(N)..............................67
 W Providence
(A)
(#17) ............65
 L Fairfield
(P)............................91
 W 1,917 St.
John’s
(P) ........................74
 L 3,364 La
Salle
(P) ............................69 L 5,739 Penn
(P) ................................63
 L 5,285 Rider
(A)................................49
 W Georgetown
(A) ....................76
 L 2,200 South
Carolina
(P) ................78
 L 2,902 American
(P) ........................70 W 8,073 King’s‐Pa.
(P) ........................76
 W 4,152 Drexel
(A) ..............................53
 W 1,904 Duke
(A) ................................72
 L 7,800 Hofstra
(A) ............................75
 L 3,152 Villanova
(S) ..........................92 L 12,138 Canisius
(P)............................62
 W 1,231 Temple
(P) ............................81
 L 5,152

DATE 12/4 12/5 12/7 12/11 12/14 12/28 12/30 1/3 1/4 1/8 1/10 1/15 1/18 1/21 1/24 1/27 1/29 2/1 2/3 2/5 2/8 2/12 2/15 2/19 2/22

SJU 71 61 64 54 60 66 56 64 74 68 84 60 62 70 63 69 61 84 71 64 55 70 67 73 67

^ ^ ^^ ^^

*# #

* * * * *# #

OPP W/L ATT Rider
(H)................................69
 W 1,800 Albright
(A)............................60
 W Bowling
Green
(A) ................86
 L 4,470 South
Carolina
(A)
(#13) ......89
 L 11,871 Pittsburgh
(A)........................72
 L 2,837 Fordham
(N) ........................94
 L 13,101 Rutgers
(N)............................91 L 11,117 Catholic
(N) ..........................72
 L 1,500 Vermont
(N)..........................81
 L 2,000 Providence
(A)
(#19) ............82
 L 8,396 Boston
College
(P) ................97 L 3,661 La
Salle
(P)
(#11) ..................68
 L 6,210 George
Washington
(H)........71
 L 1,000 Penn
(P) ................................79
 L 4,563 Fairfield
(P)............................56
 W Army
(A)................................54
 W Hofstra
(A) ............................60
 W 1,700 Vermont
(P) ..........................70
 W 3,078 West
Chester
(H) ..................54
 W 1,250 American
(H) ........................66 L 2,257 Drexel
(A) ..............................51
 W 800 Georgetown
(A) ....................89
 L 1,917 Temple
(P) ............................81
 L 2,084 St.
John’s
(P) ........................92
 L 4,280 Villanova
(P)..........................71
 L 9,233

^
ECAC
Holiday
Festival
(New
York,
N.Y.) ^
All‐College
Tournament
(Oklahoma
City,
Okla.)

^^
Lafayette
Invitational
(Easton,
Pa.)

Black
(16.7),
Major
(15.0),
Thomas
(11.6),
Valderas
(7.5),
L.
Griffin (6.4),
Benson
(4.4),
Vassalotti
(3.9),
Hubbard
(3.1),
Haggerty
(2.7), J.
Griffin
(2.4),
Hurley
(1.8),
Clancy
(0.0)





Righter
(16.1),
Vassalotti
(9.4),
Thomas
(9.2),
Rafferty
(8.9),
Cakert (6.1),
 Willcox
 (5.1),
 Griffin
 (5.0),
 MacZinko
 (4.2),
 Borski
 (3.8), Snyder
(3.1),
Benson
(1.6),
Scott
(0.7)

1975‐76

1973‐74

(Won
10,
Lost
16;
ECC
4‐1;
Big
5
3‐1) Coach:
Booth

(Won
19,
Lost
11;
MAC
5‐1;
Big
5
2‐2) Coach:
McKinney

DATE 11/28 12/3 12/6 12/10 12/16 12/20 12/26 12/27 1/3 1/7 1/10 1/13 1/17 1/21 1/24 1/28 1/31 2/4 2/6 2/11 2/14 2/18 2/21 2/24 2/28 3/1

1977‐78 (Won
13,
Lost
15;
ECC
2‐3;
Big
5
0‐4) Coach:
Booth

DATE 11/27 12/1 12/4 12/7 12/11 12/18 12/21 12/27 12/29 12/30 1/5 1/8 1/12 1/15 1/19 1/22 1/26 1/29 2/2 2/5 2/9 2/12 2/15 2/19 2/23 2/28

SJU 110 88 73 72 * 85 77 # 83 ^ 90 ^ 62 61 96 46 86 *# 71 63 57 72 61 * 66 * 75 73 74 *# 74 71 60 # 72 **

OPP W/L Albright
(P)............................70
 W Lafayette
(A) ........................95
 L Bowling
Green
(P)
OT ..........74
 L Hofstra
(H) ............................71
 W Rider
(P) ................................70
 W Penn
(P) ................................71
 W Wake
Forest
(N) ..................107 L Jacksonville
(A) ....................91
 L St.
John’s
(A) ........................75
 L Georgetown
(P) ....................72
 L Xavier
(A)

2OT ....................109 L Princeton
(P) ........................56
 L La
Salle
(P) ............................75
 W Providence
(P) ......................81
 L Vermont
(A) ..........................62
 W Boston
College
(A) ................56
 W Mount
St.
Mary’s
(H)............57
 W American
(A) ........................57
 W Drexel
(P) ..............................67
 L George
Washington
(A)........82
 L Duke
(P) ................................85
 L Temple
(P) ............................62
 W Fairfield
(A) ..........................75
 L Canisius
(A) ..........................77 L Villanova
(P)..........................71
 L Temple
(P) ............................80 L

ATT 3,491 3,000 3,444 1,650 7,058 7,500 3,484 2,669 2,671 5,327 4,177 2,000 2,000 1,012 4,883 1,200 3,117 3,000 913 9,208c

^
Gator
Bowl
(Jacksonville,
Fla.)

Black
(16.9),
Taylor
(15.4),
Major
(14.0),
Thomas
(11.1),

Vassalotti (9.3),
 Valderas
 (7.2),
 Haggerty
 (5.2),
 Cakert
 (4.2),
 Benson
 (4.0), Willcox
(2.6),
Griffin
(1.7),
Borski
(1.3),

Hubbard
(0.6),
Hurley
(0.0)

DATE 11/30 12/5 12/7 12/11 12/15 12/21 12/22 12/26 12/28 1/2 1/4 1/8 1/15 1/19 1/21 1/23 1/26 1/28 1/30 2/2 2/5 2/7 2/9 2/13 2/16 2/19 2/23 3/1 3/2 3/9

SJU 65 66 77 86 67 56 63 72 62 65 66 61 53 62 78 62 77 76 75 68 70 73 64 59 67 82 59 64 76 42

* ^ ^ ^^ ^^

# * * * *#

*# # ** ** +

OPP W/L Army
(P) ................................54
 W Rider
(P) ................................46
 W Albright
(H) ..........................49
 W Hofstra
(H) ............................65
 W Philadelphia
Textile
(P) ........46
 W Santa
Clara
(N)......................70
 L San
Francisco
(N) ..................80
 L Washington
State
(N) ..........65
 W Hawaii
(A) ............................73
 L San
Jose
State
(A) ................67
 L UC‐Irvine
(A) ........................64
 W Bowling
Green
(P) ................49
 W Penn
(P) ................................55
 L Providence
(P) ......................67
 L Drexel
(H)..............................50
 W American
(A) ........................49
 W Xavier
(P) ..............................71
 W West
Chester
(A) ..................54
 W La
Salle
(P) ............................73
 W Fairfield
(A) ..........................59
 W Georgetown
(H)....................64
 W Manhattan
(A)
2OT ..............80
 L Boston
College
(A) ................81
 L St.
John’s
(A)
OT....................61
 L Temple
(P)
OT ......................73
 L King’s‐Pa,
(H) ........................70
 W Villanova
(P)..........................53
 W Lafayette
(P)
2OT..................61
 W La
Salle
(P) ............................71
 W Pittsburgh
(N)
(#13)..............54
 L

ATT 5,134 4,135

5,008

7,863 1,187 6,458 5,048 6,381 2,350 2,480 4,671 3,600

2,721 2,854 2,874 9,200 2,791 3,414 6,663

^
Cable
Car
Classic
(Oakland,
Calif.) ^^
Rainbow
Classic
(Honolulu,
Hawaii)

^
Spider
Classic
(Richmond,
Va.)

Black
(17.6),
Williams
(17.2),

Major
(10.0),
Thomas
(9.4),
L.
Griffin (7.6),
Haggerty
(5.5),
DiRugeris
(4.5),
Clark
(3.8),
Valderas
(3.8),
J. Griffin
 (3.4),
 Hubbard
 (2.4),
 Alter
 (1.8),
 Hilferty
 (0.0),
 Teti
 (0.0), Willcox
(0.0)


Righter
(12.1),
Moody
(11.6),
Prybella
(11.1),
O’Brien
(10.9),
Furey (7.0),
 Peltzer
 (5.8),
 Kelly
 (4.3),
 Rafferty
 (2.5),
 MacZinko
 (1.8), Krause
(1.5),
Borski
(1.1),

Zipp
(1.1),
Gaines
(1.0),
Benson
(0.7)

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 115


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1972‐73

1969‐70

(Won
22,
Lost
6;
MAC
6‐0;
Big
5
2‐2) Coach:
McKinney

(Won
15,
Lost
12;
MAC
5‐0;
Big
5
2‐2) Coach:
McKinney

DATE 12/1 12/5 12/8 12/9 12/13 12/22 12/27 12/28 12/30 1/6 1/9 1/13 1/17 1/20 1/24 1/27 1/29 2/1 2/3 2/7 2/10 2/13 2/17 2/21 2/24 3/1 3/3 3/10

SJU 67 92 74 ^ 62 ^ 53 # 90 89 ^^ 76 ^^ 77 ^^ 68 *# 78 * 68 # 61 96 70 72 # 76 * 82 103 75 74 *# 78 78 76 103 * 92 ** 70 ** 76 +

OPP W/L Albright
(A)............................49
 W Rider
(H)................................51
 W SW
Louisiana
(A)
(#8) ..........85
 L Texas‐El
Paso
(N) ..................63
 L Penn
(P) ................................54
 L San
Jose
State
(P) ................76
 W Rhode
Island
(P)....................64
 W Duquesne
(P) ........................71
 W La
Salle
(P) ............................52
 W La
Salle
(P) ............................55
 W American
(P) ........................55
 W Drexel
(P) ..............................53
 W Bowling
Green
(A)
OT ..........60
 W Fairfield
(P)............................69
 W Georgetown
(A) ....................59
 W Villanova
(P)
2OT ..................79
 L West
Chester
(H) ..................41
 W Manhattan
(A) ......................61
 W Morehead
State
(A)..............84
 W Providence
(A)
(#12) ............81
 L Temple
(P) ............................42
 W Boston
College
(P) ................66
 W Xavier
(A) ..............................65
 W St.
John’s
(P)
(#17)................65
 W Hofstra
(A) ............................83
 W Gettysburg
(N) ......................58
 W Temple
(N) ............................60
 W Providence
(N)
(#4) ..............89
 L

ATT

DATE 12/1 12/3 12/6 12/9 12/13 12/16 12/19 12/26 12/27 12/29 12/30 1/3 1/6 1/10 1/14 1/17 1/24 1/28 1/31 2/7 2/11 2/13 2/18 2/21 2/23 2/27 2/28

8,655 3,610

9,019 2,869 3,692 7,102 9,222

6,389 9,105 2,180 6,107

SJU 87 98 * 83 83 * 73 68 77 ^ 81 ^ 109 ^^ 61 ^^ 69 101 *# 73 60 80 90 56 *# 72 78 65 # 97 55 *# 46 86 75 * 65 ** 59 **

OPP W/L ATT Albright
(A)............................58
 W Hofstra
(P) ............................57
 W 2,473 Xavier

(P)..............................74
 W 4,011 American
(A)
 ........................75
 W Evansville
(A) ........................75
 L Providence
(P) ......................65
 W 2,496 New
Mexico
(A) ....................78
 L Colorado
(N)
(#20)................79
 W Cincinnati
(N) ........................92
 W 8,246 St.
Bonaventure
(N)
(#12) ....96
 L 14,333 Penn
(N)
(#14) ......................88
 L 15,497 La
Salle
(P)
2OT ....................99
 W 7,304 Rider
(A)................................79
 L Boston
College
(A) ................62
 L Georgetown
(P) ....................89
 L 6,469 Davidson
(P)..........................81
 W 5,109 Penn
(P) ................................63
 L 8,414 Bowling
Green
(A) ................87
 L Fairfield
(A) ..........................69
 W Villanova
(P)
(#19) ................92
 L 9,114 Northern
Illinois
(P) ..............79
 W 2,210 Temple
(P) ............................54
 W 6,112 St.
John’s
(A) ........................47
 L Seton
Hall
(A)........................77
 W West
Chester
(A) ..................70
 W Lehigh
(P)
 ............................63
 W 9,260 Temple
(P) ............................63
 L 5,209

^
Lobo
Invitational
(Albuquerque,
N.M.) ^
Bayou
Classic
(Lafayette,
La.)

^^
ECAC
Holiday
Festival
(New
York,
N.Y.)

^^
Quaker
City
Tournament
(Philadelphia,
Pa.)

Kelly
 (20.7),
 Hauer
 (19.2),
 Connolly
 (9.0),
 Snyder
 (7.2) Marks (5.9),
Mitchell
(5.1),
Lynch
(4.3),
McCollum
(4.3),
Atene
(1.8),
Nash (1.3),
McLaughlin
(0.6),
Martin
(0.5)

McFarland
(20.3),
Bantom
(20.3),
Moody
(9.6)
Furey
(6.6),
O’Brien (5.9),
Peltzer
(5.5),
Sabol
(4.4),
Rafferty
(2.7),
Scott
(2.0),
MacZinko (1.4),
Snyder
(1.0),
Zipp
(0.9),
Kelly
(3.0),
Borski
(0.0)


1971‐72 (Won
19,
Lost
9;
MAC
5‐1;
Big
5
2‐2) Coach:
McKinney

DATE 12/1 12/3 12/4 12/8 12/11 12/15 12/18 12/29 12/30 1/5 1/8 1/11 1/13 1/15 1/18 1/22 1/26 2/4 2/9 2/14 2/16 2/19 2/23 2/26 2/29 3/3 3/4 3/18

SJU 86 64 ^ 72 ^ 88 72 128 67 77 ^^ 85 ^^ 71 *# 82 77 80 * 77 87 * 78 75 68 # 97 92 * 81 58 *# 59 * 70 64 # 82 ** 57 ** 55 ++

OPP W/L ATT Albright
(A)............................67
 W 2,400 Pacific
(N)..............................58
 W Brigham
Young
(A)
(#19) ......73
 L 22,374 Mount
St.
Mary’s
(P) ............62
 W 3,161 Providence
(P) ......................65
 W 5,019 Nevada‐Reno
(P) ..................66
 W 3,446 Niagara
(A)............................88 L North
Carolina
(N)
(#4) ........93
 L 5,825 Purdue
(N)
(#18) ..................74
 W 3,385 La
Salle
(P) ............................55
 W 4,957 Boston
College
(A) ................68
 W Rider
(A)................................63
 W 2,400 Hofstra
(H) ............................66
 W 1,700 Saint
Francis‐Pa.
(P)..............79
 L 4,588 Drexel
(H)..............................64
 W 2,100 King’s
‐Pa.
(A)........................66
 W 4,000 Xavier
(P) ..............................63
 W 6,589 Villanova
(P)..........................65
 W 9,233 Fairfield
(A) ..........................78
 W West
Chester
(A) ..................65
 W 2,100 Georgetown
(P) ....................70
 W 7,668 Temple
(P) ............................60
 L 8,117 American
(A) ........................53
 W 3,100 St.
John’s
(A) ........................77
 L 4,280 Penn
(P)
(#4) ........................77
 L 9,122 W 4,678 Rider
(P) ................................77
 Temple
(P) ............................65
 L 3,148 Maryland
(N)
(#13) ..............67
 L 9,532

^
Cougar
Classic
(Provo,
Utah) ^^
Sugar
Bowl
Tournament
(New
Orleans,
La.)

Bantom
(21.8),
McFarland
(17.8),
McCollum
(10.9),
Peltzer
(10.7), Sabol
 (8.7),
 O’Brien
 (7.4),
 Prybella
 (3.8),
 Furey
 (3.3),
 Kelly
 (2.8), Zipp
(0.9)

Pat
 McFarland
 (above)
joined
 with
 Mike Bantom
in
the
closest
scoring
race
in
school
his‐ tory
 in
 1972‐73,
 when
 both
 players
 averaged 20.3
 points
 per
 game.
 McFarland
 edged Bantom
by
one
point
to
take
the
title.


1970‐71

(Won
19,
Lost
9;
MAC
6‐0;
Big
5
2‐2) Coach:
McKinney

DATE 12/1 12/3 12/5 12/9 12/12 12/18 12/19 12/26 12/28 12/29 1/3 1/13 1/16 1/19 1/23 1/27 1/30 2/3 2/6 2/10 2/13 2/15 2/20 2/23 2/27 3/5 3/6 3/13

SJU 67 71 72 53 89 65 ^ 75 ^ 100 ^^ 57 ^^ 74 ^^ 78 58 # 85 84 * 76 54 * 76 86 71 *# 98 * 76 89 * 55 # 81 66 *# 89 ** 81 ** 75 +

OPP W/L ATT Albright
(A)............................49
 W 2,700 Manhattan
(A) ......................67 W 12,742 Georgetown
(A) ....................60 W 4,300 St.
John’s
(P) ........................66
 L 3,838 Fairfield
(P)............................67
 W 3,223 Kansas
(A)
(#12)....................80
 L 8,100 Villanova
(N)
(#13)................85
 L 9,400 West
Virginia
(S) ..................83
 W 4,270 Temple
(S) ............................60
 L 5,890 Utah
(S) ................................72
 W 6,680 Boston
College
(P) ................70
 W 2,243 Penn
(P)
(#4) ........................62
 L 7,757 Davidson
(A) ........................84
 W 6,926 Drexel
(A) ..............................75
 W 2,200 Niagara
(P) ............................77
 L 9,265 American
(P) ........................50
 W 1,878 Xavier
(A) ..............................74
 W 1,135 Bowling
Green
(P) ................71
 W 2,189 Temple
(P) ............................64
 W 8,580 Hofstra
(A) ............................69
 W 2,100 Providence
(A) ......................88
 L 3,200 West
Chester
(H) ..................74
 W 1,500 Villanova
(P)..........................63
 L 9,261 Rider
(H)................................69
 W 1,500 La
Salle
(P)
(#14) ..................56
 W 9,231 Rider
(P) ................................69
 W 3,986 La
Salle
(P)
(#19)
OT ............76
 W 4,365 Villanova
(P)..........................93
 L 9,137

,


1968‐69 (Won
17,
Lost
11;
MAC
3‐2;
Big
5
1‐3) Coach:
McKinney

DATE 11/30 12/4 12/7 12/10 12/14 12/18 12/21 12/27 12/28 12/30 1/5 1/7 1/11 1/14 1/18 1/28 2/1 2/3 2/5 2/8 2/12 2/15 2/19 2/22 2/25 2/28 3/1 3/8

SJU 82 90 69 61 76 79 63 74 58 80 74 69 62 80 59 95 99 69 92 92 77 67 92 77 54 83 68 52

* # ^ ^ ^

# *#

* * *#

** ** +

OPP W/L Albright
(P)............................47
 W Bowling
Green
(A) ................88
 W Fairfield
(P)............................77
 L St.
John’s
(H) ........................64
 L Xavier
(A) ..............................67
 W American
(P)
 ........................58
 W Penn
(P) ................................58
 W DePaul
(S)..............................64
 W South
Carolina
(S) ................64
 L Indiana
(S) ............................72
 W Boston
College
(P) ................76
 L Davidson
(A)
(#6)..................83
 L Villanova
(P)
(#9) ..................87
 L West
Chester
(H) ..................68
 W Temple
(P) ............................79
 L Evansville
(P) ........................84
 W Mount
St.
Mary’s
(P) ............77
 W Northern
Illinois
(A)..............68
 W Rider
(P) ................................67
 W Hofstra
(A) ............................78
 W Providence
(A) ......................80
 L La
Salle
(P)
(#11) ..................84
 L W Seton
Hall
(P) ........................76
 Wake
Forest
(A)....................87 L Georgetown
(A) ....................45 W Bucknell
(P) ..........................67 W Temple
(P) ............................67
 W Duquesne
(N)
(#9) ................74
 L

ATT 5,806 4,347

3,197 6,135 1,808 5,018 8,015 2,182 9,238 8,668 3,072 4,733 1,963

8,298 5,882

^
Quaker
City
Tournament
(Philadelphia,
Pa.)

Hauer
 (20.6),
 Kelly
 (18.8),
 Pfahler
 (10.1),
 Connolly
 (9.2),
 Snyder (7.3),
Mitchell
(4.0),
Lynch
(3.3),
Leonarczyk
(2.8),
Dignazio
(2.6), Marks
(1.8),
McLaughlin
(0.5)


^
Jayhawk
Classic
(Lawrence,
Kan.) ^^
Quaker
City
Tournament
(Philadelphia,
Pa.)

Bantom
(18.1),
McFarland
(17.0),
Connolly
(10.4),
McCollum
(7.2), Moody
(6.7),
Atene
(5.9),

Snyder
(5.4),
Mitchell
(4.5),
Marks
(1.8), Sabol
(1.5),
Haas
(1.1),
Krutsick
(0.4)

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 116


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1967‐68

1965‐66

1964‐65

(Won
17,
Lost
9;
MAC
3‐2,
Big
5
3‐1) Coach:
McKinney

(Won
24,
Lost
5;
MAC
4‐0,
Big
5
4‐0) Coach:
Ramsay

(Won
26,
Lost
3;
MAC
6‐0;
Big
5
4‐0) Coach:
Ramsay

DATE 12/2 12/6 12/9 12/13 12/15 12/18 12/22 12/27 12/28 1/1 1/6 1/9 1/13 1/17 1/20 1/27 2/1 2/3 2/7 2/10 2/14 2/17 2/21 2/24 2/28 3/1

SJC 90 74 73 68 77 84 78 89 79 88 71 71 80 72 76 67 66 64 76 56 60 63 82 68 85 63

* * #

*#

*#

# * **

OPP W/L Albright
(A)............................62
 W Georgetown
(P) ....................88
 L Bowling
Green
(P) ................76
 L Providence
(P) ......................65
 W Hofstra
(H) ............................69 W American
(A)
OT ..................86 L Penn
(P) ................................57
 W Florida
(N) ............................69
 W Washington
(N) ....................74
 W Brigham
Young
(P)................74
 W La
Salle
(P)............................103 L Xavier
(P) ..............................66
 W Mount
St.
Mary’s
(P) ............66
 W St.
John’s
(A) ........................80 L Boston
College
(A) ................67 W Temple
(P) ............................62
 W Bellarmine
(A) ......................62
 W Dayton
(A) ............................86
 L Saint
Francis‐Pa.
(A)..............83
 L Seton
Hall
(A)........................50
 W Davidson
(P)..........................66
 L Villanova
(P)..........................54
 W Fairfield
(A) ..........................78
 W Rider
(A)................................49 W Wake
Forest
(P) ....................69
 W Temple
(P) ............................94
 L

ATT 3,746 5,417 2,267

2,946

2,334 9,208 3,556 6,025

9,217

4,070 9,181

3,186 8,281

^
Gator
Bowl
(Jacksonville,
Fla.)

Hauer
 (17.8),
 Kelly
 (17.7),
 DeAngelis
 (12.0),
 Kempski
 (8.9), Leonarczyk
 (5.4),
 Pfahler
 (4.4),
 Gardler
 (3.8),
 Lynch
 (2.6),
 Horn (1.7),
O’Neill
(0.9),
Dignazio
(0.5),
Nash
(0.5)


1966‐67

DATE 12/1 12/4 12/7 12/11 12/15 12/18 12/21 12/23 12/27 12/29 12/30 1/8 1/12 1/16 1/19 1/22 1/29 2/2 2/5 2/9 2/11 2/15 2/19 2/23 2/26 3/2 3/7 3/11 3/12

SJU 96 * 100 98 98 85 82 83 92 95 ^ 91 ^ 97 ^ 92 *# 97 71 # 72 79 # 76 107 105 *# 110 111 83 96 108 * 101 86 65 + 74 + 92 +

OPP W/L Hofstra
(P) ............................57
 W Fairfield
(A) ..........................74
 W Bellarmine
(H) ......................68
 W Bowling
Green
(A) ................55
 W Albright
(A)............................54
 W Michigan
State
(P) ................65
 W Brigham
Young
(A) ..............103 L Wyoming
(A) ........................99
 L Niagara
(P) ............................72
 W Minnesota
(P) ......................66
 W Temple
(P) ............................65
 W La
Salle
(P) ............................69
 W Wake
Forest
(P) ....................72
 W Villanova
(P)..........................69
 W St.
John’s
(A) ........................82
 L Penn
(P) ................................69
 W Dayton
(P) ............................79
 L Boston
College
(A) ................89 W Temple
(P) ............................74
 W Seton
Hall
(A)........................64
 W Georgetown
(P) ....................73
 W Davidson
(A) ........................79
 W Creighton
(P) ........................90
 W Lafayette
(A) ........................80
 W Xavier
(P) ..............................83
 W Providence
(P)
(#8) ..............67
 W Providence
(N)
(#8) ..............48
 W Duke
(N)
(#2) ........................76
 L Davidson
(N) ........................76
 W

ATT 5,766

9,237

5,795 8,931 9,238 9,234 6,579 8,760 9,235 7,615 9,211 8,386 9,237

DATE 12/1 12/5 12/8 12/12 12/15 12/18 12/23 12/26 12/28 12/29 1/2 1/7 1/9 1/13 1/16 1/23 1/27 1/30 2/3 2/6 2/10 2/13 2/16 2/20 2/26 3/3 3/8 3/12 3/13

SJU 95 77 98 89 * 71 111 60 82 75 76 61 85 * 93 115 82 * 88 # 117 93 80 117 92 73 *# 94 * 69 # 93 *# 95 67 + 73 + 81 +

OPP W/L Fairfield
(H) ..........................64
 W Davidson
(P)
(#4) ..................64
 W Saint
Peter’s
(P) ....................82
 W Hofstra
(A) ............................69
 W St.
John’s
(H)
(#7)..................56
 W Baldwin‐Wallace
(H) ............69
 W Bowling
Green
(P) ................54
 W Holy
Cross
(P)........................63
 W Illinois
(P)
(#7) ......................71
 W Wichita
State
(P)
(#12) ........69
 W Providence
(A) ......................65
 L Lehigh
(A)..............................55
 W Boston
College
(H)................71
 W Seton
Hall
(P) ........................81
 W Lafayette
(P)..........................68
 W Penn
(P) ................................72
 W Centenary
(P)........................90
 W Xavier
(A) ..............................78
 W Georgetown
(A) ....................72
 W Wake
Forest
(A)....................91
 W Albright
(P)............................71
 W Temple
(P) ............................59
 W Bucknell
(A) ..........................57
 W Villanova
(P)..........................61
 W La
Salle
(P) ............................85
 W St.
Bonaventure
(P) ..............87 W Connecticut
(N) ....................61
 W Providence
(N)
(#4)
OT ........81
 L North
Carolina
St.
(N)..........103 L

ATT 9,207 4,832

6,385 5,817 9,244 9,257

4,252 8,308 9,220

3,066 9,228 9,238 9,206 5,584

^
Quaker
City
Tournament
(Philadelphia,
Pa.)

^
Quaker
City
Tournament
(Philadelphia,
Pa.)

Anderson
 (17.9),
 Guokas
 (17.5),
 Duff
 (14.8),
 Oakes
 (13.5),
 Ford (11.0),
 McKenna
 (7.7),
 Brenner
 (3.4),
 Chapman
 (2.8),
 Donches (2.5),
Grundy
(2.3),
Curran
(1.6),
DeAngelis
(1.6)

Anderson
 (17.9),
 Oakes
 (16.0),
 Guokas
 (13.3),
 Duff
 (12.3),
 Ford (12.3),
McKenna
(6.8),
Chapman
(3.6),
Brenner
(3.1),
DiJulia
(2.7), Grundy
(1.8),
McFadden
(1.8)

(Won
16,
Lost
10;
MAC
4‐1;
Big
5
2‐2) Coach:
McKinney

DATE 12/1 12/3 12/6 12/10 12/14 12/16 12/20 12/22 12/26 12/28 12/30 1/3 1/7 1/11 1/14 1/21 1/28 2/1 2/4 2/8 2/11 2/14 2/18 2/21 2/26 3/3

SJU 76 81 * 86 83 118 68 91 * 81 67 ^ 89 ^ 76 ^ 72 73 85 85 85 # 64 *# 87 65 69 73 # 74 79 94 * 96 *# 70 **

OPP W/L ATT Albright
(P)............................59
 W Hofstra
(A) ............................67
 W Georgetown
(A) ....................82
 W Saint
Francis‐Pa.
(P)..............71
 W Susquehanna
(P) ..................53
 W Fairfield
(H) ..........................82
 L Rider
(H)
OT ..........................88
 W Jacksonville
(H) ....................63
 W Brigham
Young
(N) ..............61
 W 14,636 Rhode
Island
(N) ..................75
 W 17,876 Providence
(N)......................82
 L 18,499 Catholic
(P)............................76
 L Creighton
(A) ........................70
 W St.
John’s
(P) ........................98
 L Seton
Hall
(P) ........................81
 W Penn
(P) ................................78
 W Temple
(P) ............................72
 L Xavier
(A) ..............................80
 W Davidson
(A) ........................66
 L Boston
College
(A)
(#10) ......83
 L Villanova
(P)..........................78
 L Providence
(A) ......................87
 L Wake
Forest
(A)....................66
 W American
(H) ........................68
 W La
Salle
(P) ............................83
 W La
Salle
(P) ............................73
 L

^
ECAC
Holiday
Festival
(New
York,
N.Y.)

Anderson
(26.5),
Brenner
(12.0),
Donches
(10.9),
DeAngelis
(8.7), Grundy
 (8.5),
 Kempski
 (5.3),
 Pfahler
 (4.2),
 Gardler
 (4.0),
 O’Neill (2.5),
Barrett
(0.8),
Horn
(0.5),
Kaufman
(0.5)


Jack
Ramsay’s
1964‐65
Hawks
ran
off
16
straight
wins
en
route
to
a
26‐3
record,
which
was
the longest
streak
in
school
history
until
2003‐04.
The
squad
entered
the
NCAA
Tournament
with
just one
loss,
but
fell
to
Providence
in
overtime
in
the
regional
semifinals.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 117


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1962‐63

1960‐61

(Won
23,
Lost
5;
MAC
8‐0;
Big
5
2‐2) Coach:
Ramsay

DATE SJU 12/1 81 12/5 70 12/8 75 12/11 46 12/14 74
 12/18 61 12/22 77 # 12/26 58 ^ 12/28 59 ^ 12/29 76 ^ 1/5 92 1/9 74 * 1/12 61 # 1/15 64 * 1/18 76 * 1/26 79 2/2 76 2/5 82 2/8 78 * 2/12 79 * 2/16 64 *# 2/20 67 2/23 66 *# 2/26 64 3/1 70 3/11 82 + 3/15 97 + 3/16 59 +

OPP W/L ATT Georgetown
(A) ..................74 W Hofstra
(P) ..........................64 W Albright
(P) ..........................61 W Wake
Forest
(A) ..................75 L 6,500 New
York
Univ.
(A)..............64 W St.
John’s
(H) ......................56 W 3,187 Penn
(P) ..............................78 L 6,319 Bowling
Green
(P) ..............57 W 6,540 Villanova
(P) ........................54 W 9,231 Brigham
Young
(P) ..............64 W 6,796 Seton
Hall
(P) ......................75 W 9,256c Lehigh
(A) ............................61 W Villanova
(P) ........................63 L 9,245 Delaware
(H) ......................57 W Muhlenburg
(H) ..................53 W 943 Rhode
Island
(P)
 ................70 W 9,000 Saint
Peter’s
(P) ..................66 W Mount
St.
Mary’s
(H) ..........60 W 2,982 Lafayette
(P) ........................60
 W Bucknell
(A)
 ........................62 W 1,200 Temple
(P)
 ..........................54 W 7,878 Gettysburg
(A)
 ....................59 W 2,700 La
Salle
(P) ..........................49 W 9,264 Providence
(A) ....................83 L 3,300 Dayton
(P) ..........................63 W 3,909 Princeton
(P)
OT..................81 W 9,236 West
Virginia
(N)
 ................88 W L Duke
(N)
(#2) ......................73

^
Quaker
City
Tournament
(Philadelphia,
Pa.)

Wynne
(18.4),
Lynam
(14.1),
Boyle
(12.8),
Courtin
(11.9),
Hoy
(7.7), Hofmann
(4.1),
Kelly
(4.0),
Tiller
(3.5),
Walsh
(1.6),
Dalsey
(0.3)


1961‐62

1963‐64

(Won
18,
Lost
10;
MAC
5‐1;
Big
5
2‐2) Coach:
Ramsay DATE SJU 11/30 73 12/4 73 12/7 77 12/10 85 12/14 71 12/17 86 12/20 75 12/26 60 12/28 63 12/30 73 1/4 82 1/7 66 1/11 53 1/15 83 1/18 73 1/25 72 1/29 51 2/1 70 2/5 79 2/7 97 2/12 71 2/15 83 2/19 111 2/22 69 2/26 67 3/4 74 3/12 82 3/14 81

*

^ ^ ^ * *#

# *# * * # ++ ++

OPP W/L ATT Mount
St.
Mary’s
(P) ..........62 W Gettysburg
(H) ....................58 W Davidson
(A) ........................88 L Hofstra
(H) ..........................69 W Rhode
Island
(A)..................78 L West
Chester
(H) ................63 W Xavier
(P) ............................76 L Providence
(N) ....................53 W 12,263 Minnesota
(N) ....................69 L 10,285 Utah
(N) ..............................78 L 14,894 New
York
Univ.
(P) ..............76 W Lehigh
(H) ............................46 W Temple
(P)
 ..........................52 W Seton
Hall
(A) ......................76 W Wake
Forest
(P) ..................64 W St.
John’s
(A)........................60 W Penn
(P) ..............................66 L La
Salle
(P) ..........................80 L Georgetown
(P) ..................70 W Saint
Peter’s
(A) ..................84 W Bucknell
(A)
 ........................63 W St.
Bonaventure
(A)
............84 L Lafayette
(A)........................69 W Villanova
(P)
(#5) ................63 W Providence
(P) ....................62 W Dayton
(A) ..........................78 L Miami
(N) ............................76 W Bradley
(N) ..........................83 L

DATE 12/2 12/6 12/9 12/13 12/15 12/20 12/28 12/30 1/6 1/10 1/13 1/17 1/20 1/27 1/31 2/2 2/7 2/10 2/13 2/16 2/21 2/24 2/28 3/3 3/6 3/9 3/16 3/17

SJU 79 * 102 66 77 103 64 55 ^ 66 ^ 59 56 65 60 # 88 53 *# 94 * 75 81 72 * 80 * 71 *# 73 110 * 99 59 # 78 * 75 ** 85 + 85 +

DATE 12/1 12/8 12/10 12/13 12/17 12/27 12/29 12/31 1/4 1/6 1/9 1/11 1/14 1/18 1/21 1/28 1/31 2/4 2/7 2/11 2/14 2/18 2/22 2/25 2/28 3/11 3/17 3/18 3/24 3/25

SJC 84 87 65 72 81 * 70 85 ^ 83 ^ 72 71 84 * 74 75 96 85 * 64 # 72 65 #* 98 93 * 88 # 86 #* 92 * 81 * 76 72 72 + 96 + 69 + 127 +

OPP W/L ATT Saint
Peter’s
(P) ....................69 W 2,632 Saint
Francis‐Pa.
(P)..............55 W 1,806 Dayton
(P) ............................67
 L 5,175 West
Chester
(H) ..................49
 W 403 Lehigh
(A)..............................61
 W 1,500 St.
Bonaventure
(N)
(#3) ......83
 L 17,036 Penn
(N)................................68
 W 3,500 Seton
Hall
(N)........................91
 L 12,897 Seton
Hall
(P)
OT ..................71
 W 4,753 New
York
Univ.
(A) ..............64
 W Delaware
(H) ........................56
 W St.
John’s
(P)
(#5)..................71 W 4,530 Xavier
(A) ..............................87 L 3,245 Kentucky
Wesleyan
(P) ........78
 W 2,842 Gettysburg
(A) ......................76
 W 1,450 Villanova
(P)..........................63 W 9,143 Wake
Forest
(A)....................70 W 5,200 La
Salle
(P) ............................54
 W 6,243 Elizabethtown
(H) ................65
 W Lafayette
(P)..........................77
 W 5,742 Penn
(P) ................................73
 W 2,565 Temple
(P)
OT ......................83 W 9,246 Bucknell
(P) ..........................67
 W Muhlenberg
(P) ....................72
 W 7,603 Albright
(H) ..........................74 W Temple
(P) ............................62
 W 9,202 Princeton
(N) ........................67
 W Wake
Forest
(N)....................86
 W Ohio
State
(N)
(#1)................95
 L Utah
(N)
4OT........................120 W 10,700

^
ECAC
Holiday
Festival
(New
York,
N.Y.)

(Won
18,
Lost
10;
MAC
7‐1;
Big
5
1‐3) Coach:
Ramsay

Matt
Guokas
Jr.
was
one
of
the
leading
scor‐ ers
for
the
1965‐66
team
which
reached
the NCAA
Regional
Semifinals
and
is
considered one
of
the
greatest
teams
in
SJU
history.


(Won
25,
Lost
5;
MAC
8‐0;
Big
5
4‐0) Coach:
Ramsay

OPP W/L Bucknell
(P) ..........................49
 W Rutgers
(A) ............................66
 W Dayton
(A) ............................79
 L Richmond
(P) ........................56
 W King’s‐Pa.
(H) ........................53
 W St.
John’s
(A)
(#10)................92
 L Drake
(N) ..............................78
 L Canisius
(A) ..........................63
 W New
York
Univ.
(P)................55
 W Albright
(A)............................66
 L Wake
Forest
(P) ....................63
 W Penn
(P) ................................66
 L Mount
St.
Mary’s
(P) ............71
 W Temple
(P) ............................49
 W Lehigh
(H)..............................47
 W Xavier
(P) ..............................68
 W Georgetown
(P) ....................70
 W Delaware
(A) ........................71
 W Gettysburg
(H)
2OT ..............79
 W La
Salle
(P) ............................72
 L Providence
(P) ......................76
 L Muhlenberg
(A)
OT ..............82
 W Saint
Peter’s
(P) ....................72
 W Villanova
(P)..........................66
 L Lafayette
(A) ........................68
 W Temple
(P) ............................65
 W Wake
Forest
(N)
OT..............96
 L New
York
Univ.
(N) ..............94
 L

ATT 6,712

Egan
(21.9),
Hoy
(12.0),
Kempton
(11.2),
Lynam
(11.2),
Wynne
(9.2), Majewski
(8.8),
Gormley
(3.7),
Booth
(3.1),

Westhead
(1.9),
Dickey (1.1),
Bugey
(0.5)




2,608

4,038 4,563

9,241 3,729 9,221

5,153 4,082 2,017 9,243 9,137

^
Queen
City
Tournament
(Buffalo,
N.Y.)

Wynne
(19.5),
Lynam
(11.4),
Hoy
(8.6),
Boyle
(8.0),
Gormley
(7.4), Dickey
(6.6),
Courtin
(5.7),
Booth
(5.1),
Hofmann
(3.9),

Kelly
(3.3), Tiller
(1.7)

^
ECAC
Holiday
Festival
(New
York,
N.Y.)

Courtin
(20.7),
Boyle
(13.4),
Duff
(11.9),
Oakes
(10.7),
Hofmann (7.8),
Ford
(6.7),
McKenna
(2.6),
McFadden
(2.3),
Tiller
(2.1),
Kelly (1.8),
Walsh
(1.8),
Chapman
(0.8)

Two‐time
All‐Big
5
selection
Tom
Wynne
led the
Hawks
in
scoring
in
both
1962
and
1963.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 118


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1959‐60

1957‐58

1956‐57

(Won
20,
Lost
7;
MAC
7‐1;
Big
5
3‐1) Coach:
Ramsay

(Won
18,
Lost
9;
MAC
4‐2;
Big
5
3‐1) Coach:
Ramsay

(Won
17,
Lost
7;
Big
5
3‐1) Coach:
Ramsay

DATE 12/2 12/5 12/9 12/11 12/15 12/19 12/26 12/28 12/30 1/2 1/7 1/9 1/12 1/16 1/23 1/30 2/6 2/10 2/13 2/17 2/19 2/24 2/27 3/2 3/9 3/11 3/12

SJC 91 94 74 * 79 93 74 # 84 ^ 77 ^ 78 ^ 82 82 88 83 * 85 * 63 59 *# 73 *# 78 76 99 * 78 83 * 78 # 78 * 91 56 + 100 +

OPP W/L ATT West
Chester
(A) ..................67
 W Kentucky
Wesleyan
(P)
........83
 W 3,393 Gettysburg
(P) ......................56
 W 1,561 Cincinnati
(A)
(#1)................123 L Elizabethtown
(H) ................69
 W Penn
(P) ................................62
 W 4,017 Manhattan
(N)......................70
 W 10,023 Cincinnati
(N)
(#1) ................86
 L 15,123 New
York
Univ.
(N)
(#12) ....65
 W 17,289 Manhattan
(P)
......................76 W 2,654 St.
John’s
(A) ........................77
 W Seton
Hall
(A)........................89 L Lehigh
(H)
 ............................69
 W Muhlenberg
(A) ....................71
 W Providence
(P)
(#18) ............64
 L 8,454 Temple
(P) ............................52 W 6,570 La
Salle
(P) ............................80
 L 7,952 St.
Peter’s
(P) ........................73
 W 1,623 Albright
(A)............................64 W Delaware
(A) ........................66
 W Saint
Francis‐Pa.
(P)..............69 W 2,363 Bucknell
(P) ..........................63 W 2,643 Villanova
(P)
(#12) ................75 W 9,364 Lafayette
(A) ........................66
 W Philadelphia
Textile
(H) ........69 W Duke
(N)
(#18) ......................58 L West
Virginia
(N)
(#5)..........106 L

^
ECAC
Holiday
Festival
(New
York,
N.Y.)

McNeill
 (16.7),
 Egan
 (15.6),
 Gallo
 (15.4),
 Clarke
 (12.1),
 Majewski (8.0),
Kempton
(6.4),
Westhead
(2.0),
Booth
(1.9),
Coolican
(1.9), Reilly
(1.9),
Lehman
(1.1)

DATE 12/6 12/7 12/11 12/14 12/19 1/4 1/7 1/11 1/15 1/18 1/25 1/29 2/1 2/3 2/5 2/8 2/12 2/15 2/18 2/21 2/24 2/26 3/1 3/5 3/8 3/13 3/15

SJC 70 58 86 54 90 65 75 70 75 99 58 98 77 80 76 78 86 84 92 86 89 82 70 69 77 83 75

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OPP W/L ATT West
Chester
(A) 
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John’s
(A) 
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Francis‐Pa.
(P) 
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(P)
(#2) 
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.66
 L 9,036 Richmond
(P)
(#19)
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.64
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Hall
(A) 
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.62 W Millersville
(H)
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(P) 
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(P) 
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.64
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(A)
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.77
 W Temple
(P)
(#11) 
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.73
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(A)
OT 
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.97
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(P) 
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.70
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Textile
(H) 
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.68
 W Albright
(A) 
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.77 L Cincinnati
(P) 
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.100 L 8,812 Villanova
(P)
(#3)
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(A)
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.96 L Delaware
(P) 
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.73
 W Virginia
(P) 
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.63
 W 2,273 Elizabethtown
(H)
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Salle
(P)
OT 
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.77 W 5,852 Georgetown
(A)
2OT 
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Moyne
(P)
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.68
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(P)
(#5) 
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.91
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Peter’s
(N) 
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.72
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Bonaventure
(N) 
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.79
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McNeill
(18.7),
Spratt
(13.2),
Clarke
(11.4),
Gallo
(9.8),
Reilly
(6.6), Cooke
(6.0),
Coolican
(3.0),
Hoffacker
(5.8),
Savage
(3.6),
Murphy (3.0),

Slaveski
(1.4)

DATE 12/1 12/5 12/8 12/13 12/15 12/17 12/18 12/19 1/4 1/9 1/11 1/15 1/19 1/26 2/4 2/5 2/9 2/12 2/20 2/23 2/28 3/2 3/5 3/9

SJC 81 93 70 71 67 86 64 72 78 97 75 85 59 87 74 69 67 75 79 70 48 77 96 57

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OPP W/L Rhode
Island
(A) ..................41
 W West
Chester
(P) ..................43
 W Manhattan
(A) ......................65
 W Albright
(P)............................55
 W Lafayette
(P)..........................60
 W Davidson
(A) ........................64
 W Auburn
(N) ............................66 L Florida
(N) ............................86
 L St.
Francis‐N.Y.
(P) ................70
 W La
Salle
(P)
OT ......................85
 W Westminster
(P)....................63
 W Millersville
(H) ......................60
 W Villanova
(P)..........................51
 W Lafayette
(A) ........................94
 L Pennsylvania
Military
(H) ....61
 W Elizabethtown
(H) ................56
 W Muhlenberg
(P) ....................77 L St.
John’s
(P) ........................63
 W Penn
(P) ................................71
 W Muhlenberg
(A) ....................71
 L Temple
(P) ............................54
 L Georgetown
(P) ....................58
 W Lock
Haven
(H)
 ....................52
 W La
Salle
(P)
............................61 L

ATT

3,727

5,659

1,452 9,286

^
Carousel
Tournament
(Charlotte,
N.C.)

Engelbert
 (20.3),
 Radziszewski
 (14.3),
 Juliana
 (13.0),
 Dougherty (7.6),
 Spratt
 (6.3),
 McKinney
 (5.0),
 
 Cooke
 (4.5),
 
 Moran
 (2.6), Savage
(2.2),
Idzik
(2.1),Ceremsak
(1.1),
Carney
(0.7)

1958‐59 (Won
22,
Lost
5;
MAC
7‐0;
Big
5
4‐0) Coach:
Ramsay DATE 12/3 12/6 12/10 12/13 12/16 12/19 12/20 12/26 12/27 12/29 1/9 1/14 1/17 1/24 1/30 2/3 2/6 2/11 2/14 2/18 2/21 2/24 2/27 3/4 3/7 3/13 3/14

SJC 78 81 81 * 92 94 67 55 72 ^ 79 ^ 79 ^ 82 # 82 72 64 *# 79 * 83 82 80 # 76 87 * 70 *# 82 98 85 * 103 * 92 + 56 +

OPP W/L ATT West
Chester
(P) ..................64
 W 1,665 Kentucky
Wesleyan
(P)
........75
 W 6,198 Delaware
(P) ........................65 W 1,488 Manhattan
(A)
 ....................57 W Elizabethtown
(H) ................69
 W Kansas
(N) ............................65 W Kansas
State
(N)
(#3)
 ..........68 L Syracuse
(N)
 ........................63 W 7,248 Utah
(N) ................................65
 W 9,765 St.
John’s
(N)
(#9) ................90 L 13,746 Villanova
(P)
(#18) ................70 W 9,339 Saint
Francis‐Pa.
(P)..............66 W 2,064 St.
John’s
(P) ........................97 L Temple
(P) ............................57
 W 5,524 Lafayette
(H)
 ........................71 W Albright
(H)
 ..........................57 W Seton
Hall
(P) ........................64 W 3,776 Penn
(P) ................................77
 W 2,720 Wake
Forest
(P) ....................67 W 3,459 Bucknell
(A) ..........................64 W La
Salle
(P) ............................63
 W 8,751 Drexel
(H)..............................59
 W Georgetown
(P) ....................80
 W 2,629 Lehigh
(A)..............................63 W Muhlenberg
(P) ....................66
 W 8,596 West
Virginia
(N)
(#10) ........95
 L Navy
(N) ................................70
 L

^
ECAC
Holiday
Festival
(New
York,
N.Y.)

McNeill
 (16.4),
 Gallo
 (14.9),
 Clarke
 (12.7),
 Spratt
 (11.9),
 Egan (11.3),
 Kempton
 (5.2),
 Reilly
 (3.6),
 Majewski
 (3.0),
 Cooke
 (2.9), Hoffacker
 (1.3),
 Coolican
 (0.9),
 Walsh
 (0.8),
 Dickey
 (0.3),
 Boyce (0.0),
Westhead
(0.0)

Jack
Ramsay’s
1959‐60
Hawks
were
Middle
Atlantic
Champions,
co‐Big
5
champions
and
went
to the
NCAA
Tournament.
(1st
row):
Joe
Gallo,
Bob
Clarke,
Bob
McNeill,
head
coach
Jack
Ramsay, Vince
Kempton,
Jack
Egan
and
Joe
Reilly;
(2nd
row):
Jim
Coolican,
Harry
Booth,
Doug
Leaman, Paul
Westhead
and
Frank
Majewski.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 119


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1954‐55

1952‐53

(Won
12,
Lost
14) Coach:
McMenamin

(Won
14,
Lost
11) Coach:
Ferguson

DATE 12/1 12/3 12/4 12/9 12/11 12/15 12/17 12/22 1/1 1/5 1/7 1/8 1/12 1/15 1/22 1/26 1/29 2/2 2/5 2/9 2/12 2/16 2/19 2/22 2/26 3/5

SJC 83 78 82 78 70 92 53 52 84 80 83 83 61 85 62 81 56 64 82 68 86 73 71 75 80 65

OPP W/L West
Chester
State
(H) ........59
 W Connecticut
(A) ....................79
 L Rhode
Island
(A)
 ..................85
 L Manhattan
(A) ......................68
 W Albright
(A)............................58
 W Pennsylvania
Military
(H) ....47
 W Georgetown
(H)....................61
 L Fordham
(H)..........................61
 L Scranton
(C) ..........................52
 W Muhlenberg
(A) ....................92
 L Le
Moyne
(A) ........................94
 L Canisius
(A) ..........................94
 L American
(H) ........................46
 W Furman
(C) ............................76
 W Lafayette
(C) ........................69
 L Drexel
(A) ..............................78
 W La
Salle
(C)
(#5) ....................82
 L Millersville
(H) ......................55
 W Temple
(C) ............................83
 L Navy
(A) ................................74
 L Rhode
Island
(C)
 ..................81
 W Elizabethtown
(H) ................70
 W St.
John’s
(C) ........................63
 W Delaware
(H) ........................78 L Muhlenberg
(C) ....................87 L Lafayette
(A) ........................83
 L

Fallon
 (14.3),
 Nowacki
 (13.1),
 Lynch
 (12.1),
 Engelbert
 (11.9), Radziszewski
 (6.2),
 Brannan
 (5.7),
 Ceremsak
 (5.3),
 Purcell
 (4.4), Juliana
 (3.2),
 Connell
 (1.7),
 Dougherty
 (1.7),
 Hynes
 (1.7), McKinney
(1.6)



DATE 11/29 12/3 12/6 12/10 12/13 12/20 12/27 12/30 1/3 1/7 1/10 1/14 1/17 1/24 1/31 2/4 2/7 2/11 2/14 2/18 2/21 2/25 2/28 3/4 3/7

SJC 66 88 88 73 70 83 90 63 64 63 55 67 82 52 62 111 78 63 88 88 53 64 79 77 85

OPP W/L Millersville
(H) ......................45 W Montclair
State
(H) ..............45 W Rhode
Island
(A)
 ..................71 W Lafayette
(A) ........................67
 W West
Texas
State
(C) ............46
 W Western
Kentucky
(C)
(#11) 88 L Seattle
(C)
(#15)....................77
 W Murray
State
(H)
..................76 L Temple
(C) ............................70
 L Delaware
(A) ........................66 L Manhattan
(A) ......................71 L Albright
(A)............................64
 W Muhlenberg
(H) ....................63
 W La
Salle
(C)
(#5) ....................79
 L St.
John’s
(C) ........................64
 L Rhode
Island
(H) ..................92
 W Connecticut
(H)
....................69
 W La
Salle
(C)
(#4) ....................75
 L Drexel
(C) ..............................58
 W West
Chester
(H) ..................72
 W Temple
(H) ............................45 W Georgetown
(H)....................73 L Muhlenberg
(A) ....................61
 W Saint
Francis‐Pa.
(A)..............89
 L Lafayette
(H) ........................57
 W

Garrity
 (16.1),
 Doogan
 (14.3),
 Papaneri
 (11.5),
 Desmond
 (9.5), Lynch
 (6.7),
 Swanick
 (6.1),
 Juliana
 (5.1),
 Heller
 (4.2),
 Brennan (3.0),
Connors
(3.0),
Jurosky
(1.9),
Brannan
(1.7),
Nowacki
(1.4), Heuter
(0.9),
Connell
(0.3),

Breslin
(0.0),
Huver
(0.0),
Purcell
(0.0)


1953‐54 Bob
 McNeill
 earned
 All‐America
 honors
 in 1960
and
still
holds
the
Saint
Joseph’s
records for
 free
 throws
 in
 a
 game
 (18)
 and
 highest assist
average
in
a
season
(6.5).


1955‐56 (Won
23,
Lost
6;
Big
5
4‐0) Coach:
Ramsay

DATE 12/1 12/3 12/6 12/9 12/12 12/14 12/16 12/20 1/4 1/7 1/10 1/13 1/18 1/25 1/28 2/1 2/3 2/11 2/15 2/18 2/22 2/25 2/29 3/3 3/6 3/10 3/20 3/22 3/24

SJC 89 84 76 60 96 83 66 83 69 76 98 75 83 74 72 72 68 84 77 80 77 72 74 91 84 82 74 79 93

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OPP W/L Fordham
(A) .
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71 W Rhode
Island
(P) .
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72
 W Millersville
(H).
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60
 W George
Washington
(P) .
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71
 L Pennsylvania
Military
(H).
.
.
53 W Villanova
(P) .
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70
 W Connecticut
(P)
 .
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71
 L Albright
(P) .
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81 W La
Salle
(P) .
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56
 W Muhlenberg
(A).
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71 W Elizabethtown
(H).
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65 W Manhattan
(P)
2OT.
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74
 W Drexel
(P) .
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57
 W West
Chester
(A) .
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60
 W Penn
(P) .
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60
 W Georgetown
(A) .
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.
84 L Lafayette
(H) .
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.
79
 L Furman
(P)
OT.
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.
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.
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.
82
 W Franklin
&
Marshall
(P) .
.
.
.
51
 W St.
Francis‐N.Y.
(P) .
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.
.
.
.
76
 W Temple
(P)
(#10) .
.
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.
68
 W Virginia
(P) .
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.
.
.
69 W Muhlenberg
(P).
.
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.
.
.
63
 W Delaware
(A) .
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.
.
.
77
 W Lafayette
(A) .
.
.
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.
.
.
.
.
80
 W Temple
(P)
(#13) .
.
.
.
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.
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.
.
.
89
 L Seton
Hall
(N) .
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.
.
.
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.
.
.
.
65
 W Louisville
(N)
(#6)
.
.
.
.
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.
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.
.
89
 L St.
Francis‐N.Y.
(N) .
.
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.
82
 W

(Won
14,
Lost
9) Coach:
McMenamin

DATE 11/28 12/2 12/5 12/12 12/16 12/19 12/21 12/26 1/2 1/6 1/9 1/13 1/16 1/23 1/30 2/3 2/6 2/10 2/13 2/17 2/20 2/27 3/2

SJC 66 91 70 71 72 77 59 64 53 55 66 75 82 57 57 96 58 69 71 85 64 81 60

OPP Millersville
(H) ......................50
 Montclair
State
(H) ..............62
 Rhode
Island
(A) ..................53 Georgetown
(A) ....................75
 Pennsylvania
Military
(H) ....41
 Connecticut
(A)
....................85 Lafayette
(H) ........................57
 Utah
State
(C) ......................71
 Wake
Forest
(C) ....................71 Delaware
(H)
........................49 St.
John’s
(A) ........................69
 Elizabethtown
(H) ................46 Muhlenberg
(A) ....................72
 Temple
(C) ............................56
 La
Salle
(C)
(#12) ..................73
 Rhode
Island
(H) ..................83
 Temple
(C) ............................73 Drexel
(H)..............................59
 Richmond
(C) ........................59
 Albright
(H)
 ..........................62
 La
Salle
(C)
(#12) ..................78
 Muhlenberg
(C) ....................69
 Lafayette
(A) ........................70


W/L W W W L W L W L L W L W W W L W L W W W L W L

Lynch
 (15.6),
 Heller
 (11.3),
 Jurosky
 (10.9),
 Breslin
 (10.4),
 Purcell (6.2),
Brannan
(5.9),
Nowacki
(5.3),
Crawford
(4.1),
Brennan
(1.2), Huver
(1.1),
Connell
(0.8)



Engelbert
 (17.0),
 Juliana
 (14.1),
 Fallon
 (10.8),
 Lynch
 (10.7), Radziszewski
(9.3),
Dougherty
(7.8),
Purcell
(4.7),
McKinney
(3.8), Ceremsak
(3.4),

Savage
(2.5),
Idzik
(1.8)

John
Doogan
still
holds
the
Hawks’
record
for rebounds
 in
 a
 game
 with
 34
 against
 West Chester
in
1953.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 120


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1951‐52

1949‐50

1948‐49

(Won
20,
Lost
7) Coach:
Ferguson

(Won
10,
Lost
15) Coach:
Ferguson

(Won
12,
Lost
11) Coach:
Ferguson

DATE 11/28 12/1 12/5 12/8 12/12 12/15 12/18 12/22 12/29 1/1 1/5 1/9 1/16 1/19 1/26 1/30 2/2 2/6 2/9 2/13 2/16 2/23 2/26 3/1 3/5 3/8 3/19

SJC 79 66 58 66 67 62 52 78 43 74 57 62 69 67 54 66 78 65 81 61 50 67 79 59 72 95 56

OPP W/L Montclair
State
(H) ..............56
 W Rhode
Island
(A)
 ..................61
 W Penn
Military
(H) ..................36
 W CCNY
(H) ..............................45 W Upsala
(H)
 ............................49
 W Texas
Tech
(C) ......................58
 W Lafayette
(H) ........................42
 W Bucknell
(H) ..........................67
 W Utah
(H) ................................56
 L Westminster
(H) ..................56
 W St.
John’s
(A)
(#8)..................59
 L Elizabethtown
(H) ................44
 W Delaware
(H)
........................50
 W Lawrence
Tech
(C) ................75
 L La
Salle
(C)
(#18) ..................53
 W Drexel
(H)..............................54
 W Wake
Forest
(C) ....................71
 W Rhode
Island
(H) ..................61
 W Muhlenberg
(A) ....................88
 L Rutgers‐Newark
(H)..............40 W La
Salle
(C)
(#13) ..................68
 L Temple
(C) ............................76
 L John
Carroll
(H) ....................62
 W Temple
(H) ............................56
 W Lafayette
(A) ........................63
 W Muhlenberg
(H) ....................84
 W Saint
Francis‐Pa.
(N) ............65
 L

DATE 11/26 11/30 12/3 12/7 12/10 12/14 12/17 12/26 1/2 1/4 1/7 1/11 1/14 1/17 1/21 1/28 2/4 2/8 2/11 2/15 2/18 2/25 3/1 3/4 3/8

Hughes
 (15.5),
 Doogan
 (14.4),
 Desmond
 (10.6),
 Garrity
 (6.2), Papaneri
(6.1),
Brady
(5.9),
Swanick
(3.4),
Heller
(3.2),
Faller
(2.0), Brannan
(1.3),
Connors
(1.3),

Jurosky
(1.0),
Wallin
(0.9),
Kullman (0.9),
Sweeney
(0.7),
Brennan
(0.3)

SJC 46 53 61 74 46 46 65 69 53 66 58 67 60 62 53 79 59 54 74 58 59 74 59 71 68

OPP W/L Rhode
Island
(H) ..................62
 L Lock
Haven
(H)......................40
 W Louisiana
State
(C)................59
 W Elizabethtown
(H) ................59
 W Oklahoma
A&M
(C) ..............57
 L Albright
(A)............................50
 L Southern
California
(C) ........79
 L Utah
(C) ................................68
 W Temple
(C) ............................61
 L Rutgers‐Newark
(C) ..............54
 W St.
John’s
(A)
(#1)..................76 L Saint
Francis‐Pa.
(H)..............64
 W Bradley
(C) ............................64
 L Rhode
Island
(A)
 ..................68
 L La
Salle
(C)
(#10) ..................74
 L Westminster
(C)....................86
 L La
Salle
(C)
(#8) ....................79
 L Lafayette
(H)
 ........................52
 W Muhlenberg
(A)
OT
..............76 L Albright
(H) ..........................52 W CCNY
(C)................................75 L Temple
(C) ............................90
 L Lafayette
(A) ........................60
 L Saint
Francis‐Pa.
(A)..............63
 W Drexel
(H)..............................51
 W

Senesky
 (22.8),
 Frein
 (10.9),
 McDermitt
 (9.2),
 Hughes
 (7.0),
 Daly (5.2),

Brady
(4.2),
Rafferty
(2.7),
F.
Brennan
(0.9),
Benkovic
(0.7), Caffrey
(0.6),
Lister
(0.4),
Benson
(0.0),
J.
Brennan
(0.0),
Kane
(0.0), Staud
(0.0)

DATE 11/27 12/1 12/4 12/8 12/11 12/15 12/18 12/27 1/1 1/8 1/12 1/15 1/19 1/22 1/26 1/29 2/5 2/12 2/17 2/21 2/26 3/5 3/9

SJC 90 83 83 63 46 63 54 54 69 53 70 47 76 91 77 45 41 62 64 65 56 83 76

OPP W/L Saint
Francis‐Pa.
(H)..............64
 W Lock
Haven
(H)
 ....................53
 W Tennessee
(C) ......................68
 W West
Chester
(H) ..................41
 W Oklahoma
A&M
(C)
 ............43
 W Mount
St.
Mary’s
(H)............57
 W Texas
(C)
 ..............................55
 L Utah
(C) ................................78
 L Western
Kentucky
(C) ..........86 L CCNY
(A)................................60
 L Rutgers‐Newark
(H)..............52
 W Albright
(A)............................65
 L Albright
(C)............................65 W Rhode
Island
(C)
 ..................71
 W Elizabethtown
(H) ................62
 W St.
John’s
(C) ........................62
 L La
Salle
(C) ............................78 L Muhlenberg
(A) ....................65
 L Rhode
Island
(A)
 ..................69
 L CCNY
(C)................................68
 L Temple
(C) ............................57
 L Saint
Francis‐Pa.
(A)..............73
 W Penn
(P) ................................72
 W

Senesky
 (21.0),
 Dudek
 (11.9),
 Welsh
 (9.9),
 Ramsay
 (8.8), McDermitt
 (8.3),
 Frein
 (6.2),
 O’Driscoll
 (2.5),
 Lister
 (2.3),
 Neifert (1.3),

Sillito
(1.3),
Wesner
(0.9),
Hoffman
(0.5),
Goheen
(0.2)



1950‐51 (Won
13,
Lost
14) Coach:
Ferguson DATE 11/29 12/2 12/6 12/9 12/13 12/16 12/19 12/23 12/26 1/1 1/6 1/10 1/13 1/17 1/20 1/27 1/31 2/3 2/6 2/10 2/14 2/17 2/21 2/24 2/28 3/3 3/7

SJC 65 68 49 41 54 63 56 57 63 63 42 74 64 74 58 71 66 66 70 44 64 54 61 75 67 73 49

OPP W/L Montclair
State
(H) ..............42
 W Rhode
Island
(A) ..................78
 L Delaware
(A) ........................53
 L Kansas
(C)..............................60
 L Lafayette
(A) ........................60
 L La
Salle
(C) ............................81
 L Catholic
(H) ..........................52
 W Utah
(C) ................................70
 L Idaho
(C) ..............................64
 L Westminster
(C)....................75
 L CCNY
(A)................................54
 L Albright
(A)............................81
 L La
Salle
(C)
(#19) ..................77
 L Rutgers‐Newark
(H)..............39 W Miami‐Fla.
(C) ......................47
 W St.
John’s
(C)
(#6)..................92 L Drexel
(H)..............................34
 W Temple
(C) ............................63
 W Rhode
Island
(H) ..................68
 W Muhlenberg
(A) ....................72
 L Albright
(H) ..........................63
 W Oklahoma
City
(C) ................63
 L Muhlenberg
(H) ....................49
 W Temple
(C) ............................67
 W Virginia
(H) ............................54
 W Lafayette
(H) ........................68
 W Elizabethtown
(H) ................44
 W

Fallon
(12.4),
Papaneri
(9.9),
Hughes
(9.7),

Doogan
(9.0),
Desmond (7.1),
Garrity
(6.0),
Swanick
(4.1),
Brady
(3.5),
Lister
(1.6),
Brennan (1.2),
Connors
(1.1)

The
1951‐52
Hawks:
(1st
row)
manager
Tom
O’Connor,
Mike
Swanick,
John
Hughes,
Phil
Brady,
Ed Garrity,
head
coach
Bill
Ferguson;
(2nd
row)
manager
Tom
Colwell,
Frank
Connors,
Jim
Desmond, Tony
Papaneri,
Joe
Brennan,
asst.
coach
John
McMenamin;
(3rd
row)
John
Doogan,
Jack
Heller.

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 121


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1947‐48 (Won
13,
Lost
11) Coach:
Ferguson DATE 11/26 11/29 12/3 12/6 12/10 12/17 12/20 12/27 12/30 1/3 1/10 1/14 1/17 1/24 1/28 1/31 2/7 2/11 2/14 2/17 2/21 2/25 3/3 3/6

SJC 94 66 62 59 51 57 57 54 57 44 51 72 78 73 90 75 70 55 80 59 59 92 84 62

OPP W/L ATT Alumni
(H) ............................52 W Brooklyn
Polytechnic
(H)......47
 W Lock
Haven
(H)
 ....................37
 W Denver
(C) ............................41
 W Syracuse
(A) ..........................63
 L Albright
(A)............................48
 W Texas
(C)................................61
 L UCLA
(C)
 ..............................64
 L Arizona
(C) ............................61
 L Kansas
State
(C) ....................59
 L St.
John’s
(A) ........................56
 L Iona
(H)
 ................................45 W Rhode
Island
(C)....................81
 L Western
Kentucky
(C) ..........84
 L Elizabethtown
(H) ................51 W Westminster
(C)....................66
 W La
Salle
(C)
OT
 ......................65
 W 11,403 Muhlenberg
(A) ....................65 L Rhode
Island
(A)
 ..................97
 L Temple
(C) ............................54
 W CCNY
(C)................................71
 L Albright
(H) ..........................72
 W Rutgers‐Newark
(H)..............59 W Penn
(P) ................................50
 W

Senesky
 (18.2),
 Ramsay
 (11.2),
 Guokas
 (10.0),
 Dudek
 (7.5), O’Halloran
 (5.9),
 Maher
 (5.8),
 Frein
 (5.1),
 McDermitt
 (5.0), O’Driscoll
 (4.4),
 Welsh
 (2.8),
 Sillito
 (2.1),
 Reagan
 (1.3),
 Wesner (1.1),

Jablonski
(0.0)

Hawk
coach
Bill
Ferguson,
pictured
here
with
Jim
O’Neill,
Al
Guokas
and
Ed
O’Halloran
at
the
start of
the
1946‐47
season,
began
his
coaching
career
on
Hawk
Hill
in
1928‐29.
He
went
on
to
compile 309
wins
over
25
seasons,
which
still
stands
as
Saint
Joseph’s
mark
for
all‐time
victories.

1946‐47

1945‐46

(Won
16,
Lost
6) Coach:
Ferguson

(Won
9,
Lost
11) Coach:
Ferguson

DATE 12/4 12/7 12/11 12/14 12/18 12/21 12/28 1/4 1/8 1/11 1/15 1/18 1/22 1/25 1/29 2/1 2/8 2/12 2/19 2/22 2/26 3/1

SJC 61 60 88 49 41 36 48 52 54
 62 56 69 66 50 73 55 45 55 53 66 58 47

OPP W/L Lock
Haven
(H)
 ....................50
 W Idaho
(C) ..............................39
 W Washington‐Md.
(H) ............37 W Nevada
(C) ............................38
 W Albright
(A)............................40
 W Arkansas
(C) ..........................46
 L UCLA
(C)................................50
 L Utah
State
(C) ......................48 W Catholic
(A) ..........................33
 W CCNY
(A)................................63 L Penn
(P) ................................52 W Rhode
Island
(C)....................59
 W Catholic
(H) ..........................41
 W Western
Kentucky
(C)
..........56
 L Elizabethtown
(H) ................34
 W St.
John’s
(C) ........................48 W La
Salle
(C)
OT ......................48 L Temple
(C) ............................54
 W Syracuse
(A) ..........................52
 W Hawaii
(C)..............................53 W Iona
(H) ................................56
 W Muhlenberg
(A) ....................66
 L

Butz
(9.8),

Ramsay
(8.2),
Dudek
(8.0),
O’Halloran
(7.9),
J.
O’Neill (5.4),
Maher
(4.1),
Durso
(3.7),
Guokas
(3.7),
B.
O’Neill
(2.9),
Poletti (2.7),
 Welsh
 (2.7),
 Schuster
 (2.6),
 O’Driscoll
 (2.5),
 
 Reagan
 (2.3), Maley
(2.2),
Lyons
(2.0),

Wesner
(1.5),
Mullaly
(1.3),
Senesky
(1.0), Jablonski
(0.0),
McDermitt
(0.0),
McGrath
(0.0)





DATE 12/5 12/8 12/12 12/15 12/29 1/1 1/5 1/12 1/16 1/19 1/26 1/30 2/2 2/6 2/9 2/13 2/16 2/20 2/23 3/2

SJC 70 37 66 46 36 32 40 33 79 63 54 89 36 59 73 73 60 49 37 42

OPP W/L Washington‐Md.
(H) ............22
 W Utah
(C) ................................34
 W Cathedral
(H) ........................45
 W Lafayette
(A) ........................42
 W North
Carolina
(C)
................47
 L Wyoming
(C) ........................55 L St.
John’s
(A) ........................59
 L St.
John’s
(C) ........................62
 L Catholic
(A) ..........................31
 W Rhode
Island
(C)
 ..................80
 L Penn
(C) ................................55
 L Elizabethtown
(H) ................56
 W La
Salle
(C) ............................38
 L Albright
(H) ..........................41
 W Juniata
(H) ............................35
 W W Brooklyn
Polytechnic
(H)......33
 Rhode
Island
(A)
 ..................77
 L Muhlenberg
(A) ....................58
 L CCNY
(C)................................60
 L Temple
(C) ............................62
 L

Poletti
(9.0),
B.
O’Neill
(8.0),
Reagan
(7.6),
J.
O’Neill
(6.4),
McGrath (5.6),
Mullaly
(5.3),
Maher
(5.0),
Lyons
(4.6),
Malloy
(4.0),
Dulczak (3.7),
 Zeiss
 (3.3),
 Gallagher
 (3.0),
 Horgan
 (3.0),
 McKee
 (2.9), Gillespie
 (2.8),
 Carney
 (2.5),
 Bailey
 (2.2),
 Dougherty
 (2.0), McMahon
(2.0),
Davidian
(1.2),
Sparagna
(0.0)

Jack
Ramsay
began
his
Saint
Joseph’s
career
as a
 player
 from
 1946‐49,
 averaging
 double
 fig‐ ures
in
1948.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 122


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1944‐45

1942‐43

1941‐42

(Won
12,
Lost
11) Coach:
Ferguson

(Won
18,
Lost
4) Coach:
Ferguson

(Won
12,
Lost
6) Coach:
Ferguson

DATE 12/6 12/9 12/13 12/16 12/27 1/1 1/5 1/10 1/13 1/17 1/20 1/24 1/27 1/31 2/3 2/7 2/10 2/14 2/16 2/21 2/24 2/28 3/3

SJC 70 40 62 59 48 41 62 58 46 62 63 70 62 45 36 75 39 49 50 76 47 50 47

OPP W/L Union
(H) ..............................43
 W Utah
(C) ................................65
 L Washington‐Md.
(H)
............30
 W Geneva
(N)............................76
 L Western
Kentucky
(C) ..........81
 L Puerto
Rico
(C)......................46
 L U.S.
Naval
Hospital
(H) ........42
 W New
Castle
AB
(H) ................37
 W Penn
(C) ................................63
 L Phila.
Coast
Guard
(H) ..........47
 W Rhode
Island
(A) ..................93
 L Montclair
State
(H) ..............37 W Rhode
Island
(A)
 ..................76
 L Syracuse
(N)..........................37
 W St.
John’s
(C) ........................52
 L Elizabethtown
(H) ................37
 W La
Salle
(C) ............................36
 W CCNY
(A)................................60
 L Phila.
Marine
Depot
(H) ......47
 W Cathedral
(H) ........................49
 W CCNY
(C)................................85
 L England
General
Hosp.
(H) ..44
 W Temple
(C) ............................72
 L

DATE 12/5 12/9 12/12 12/15 12/30 1/6 1/9 1/13 1/16 1/20 1/23 1/27 1/30 2/3 2/8 2/13 2/17 2/20 2/24 2/27 3/3 3/6

O’Neill
(15.1),
Haley
(10.0),
McKee
(9.5),
Reagan
(8.0),
Tracy
(8.0), Barr
 (7.5),
 Horgan
 (6.9),
 Frein
 (6.6),
 McGrath
 (4.5),
 Collins
 (3.5), Hurley
(3.2),Gallagher
(2.0),
Hallahan
(1.4),
Burns
(0.6),
Keaveney (0.6),
Kane
(0.5),
Ottinger
(0.4),
Rooney
(0.4)


SJC 47 50 60 45 38 51 55 52 48 65 62 66 65 79 46 67 59 66 54 77 58 28

OPP W/L ATT Muhlenberg
(A) ....................42 W 1,900 Washington‐Md.
(H)
............37
 W Pennsylvania
Military
(A)......28
 W Oklahoma
A&M
(C) ..............39
 W 4,867 Kansas
(C)..............................63
 L 8,566 Geneva
(H)............................46
 W Rhode
Island
(C)
 ..................60 L 10,169 Elizabethtown
(H) ................14 W 1,500 La
Salle
(C)
OT ......................45 W 8,437 Princeton
Seminary
(H) ........19
 W Pennsylvania
Military
(H) ....32 W Moravian
(H) ........................39
 W West
Texas
State
(C) ............52
 W 8,219 Newark
(H)............................33
 W St.
John’s
(A) ........................76 L 14,601 CCNY
(C)................................55 W 9,047 F
&
M
Pre‐Flight
(H)
 ............34
 W Gettysburg
(C) ......................23
 W Montclair
State
(H) ..............35
 W Ursinus
(C) ............................35
 W 7,500 Bolling
Field
(H) ....................39
 W 2,000c Temple
(C) ............................32
 L 10,759

Senesky
(23.4),
Boylan
(8.9),
Schuster
(6.3),
Seavey
(5.7),
Van
Belle (4.7),
 Mullaly
 (2.4),
 O’Neill
 (2.3),
 D’Amora
 (1.9),
 Conway
 (1.6), Henry
(1.5),
Maley
(1.5),
Ramsay
(1.3),
Murphy
(0.3),
Zeiss
(0.1)

(Won
18,
Lost
7) Coach:
Ferguson SJC 48 49 52 62 41 56 53 68 60 48 48 53 43 69 41 67 89 66 74 36 45 91 41 57 48

OPP W/L Phila.
Coast
Guard
(H) ..........57
 L Washington‐Md.
(H) ............36
 W Virginia
(C) ............................32
 W Juniata
(H) ............................42
 W Muhlenberg
(H) ....................53
 L DePaul
(C) ............................64 L La
Salle
(A)
 ..........................33
 W Phila.
Marine
Depot
(H) ......46
 W Swarthmore
(C) ....................52
 W Princeton
(A) ........................31
 W Penn
(C) ................................37
 W La
Salle
(H) ............................37
 W Drew
(H)................................42
 W Rhode
Island
(C)
 ..................54
 W Muhlenberg
(A) ....................49
 L Rhode
Island
(A)
 ..................79
 L Cathedral
(H) ........................50
 W Saint
Francis‐Pa.
(C)..............49
 W Montclair
State
(H) ..............44
 W St.
John’s
(C) ........................41
 L CCNY
(A)................................38
 W Elizabethtown
(H) ................37
 W CCNY
(C)................................44
 L U.S.
Naval
Hospital
(H) ........30
 W Temple
(H) ............................46
 W

SJC 62 27 64 29 33 70 44 81 58 56 28 58 39 46 50 59 52 49

OPP W/L ATT Rhode
Island
(A)

 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.75
 L 1,100 Oklahoma
A&M
(C) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.37 L Muhlenberg
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.52
 W Colorado
(C) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.45
 L 5,857 North
Carolina
(C)
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.28
 W Princeton
Seminary
(H) 
.
.
.
.31
 W CCNY
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.33
 W 15,826 Fort
Monmouth
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.52
 W La
Salle
(C) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.53
 W 7,131 West
Texas
State
(C) 
.
.
.
.
.
.59
 L 10,976c Moravian
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.30
 L Georgetown
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.43
 W 1,000 St.
John’s
(C) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.51
 L Philadelphia
Textile
(H) 
.
.
.
.10
 W Virginia
(C) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.37
 W 3,286 Canisius
(H) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.49
 W DePaul
(C) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.43
 W 5,183 Temple
(C) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.46
 W 7,303

Senesky
 (12.8),
 Butz
 (11.2),
 Portland
 (9.0),
 Stahl
 (8.5),Kelleher (6.6),
 Kraft
 (5.4),
 Boylan
 (4.4),
 Conway
 (2.7),
 Coughlin
 (2.4), Schuster
(2.4),
Van
Belle
(2.0),
Seavey
(2.0),
Sorin
(0.7)



1940‐41 (Won
12,
Lost
6) Coach:
Ferguson DATE 12/7 12/10 12/14 12/17 12/21 12/28 1/6 1/10 1/14 1/17 1/31 2/8 2/11 2/14 2/19 2/21 2/25 3/1

1943‐44 DATE 12/4 12/8 12/11 12/15 12/22 12/28 1/3 1/5 1/8 1/12 1/15 1/17 1/19 1/22 1/26 1/29 2/2 2/5 2/9 2/12 2/17 2/23 2/26 3/1 3/4

DATE 12/6 12/15 12/18 12/27 1/3 1/6 1/10 1/13 1/17 1/30 2/7 2/10 2/14 2/17 2/20 2/24 2/27 3/6

SJC 57 55 66 26 49 49 42 26 60 50 47 41 78 48 37 39 70 53

OPP W/L Muhlenberg
(A) ....................33
 W Upsala
(H)
 ............................18
 W Rhode
Island
(A)
 ..................74
 L Oklahoma
A&M
(C) ..............40
 L Wittenberg
(H)......................33
 W Colorado
(C)..........................45
 W North
Carolina
(C)
................41
 W CCNY
(C)................................40
 L Moravian
(H) ........................30
 W DePaul
(C)
OT........................52
 L Butler
(C) ..............................43
 W Brooklyn
(C) ..........................32
 W Blue
Ridge
(H) ......................32
 W La
Salle
(C)
............................40
 W St.
John’s
(A) ........................45
 L Virginia
(C) ............................52
 L St.
Joseph’s‐Ind.
(H)..............49
 W Temple
(C) ............................35
 W

ATT 1,000

6,044

L.
Kenney
(15.4),
Butz
(7.4),
Senesky
(7.4),
Kraft
(6.4),
Stahl
(4.3), Kelleher
 (3.9),
 Boylan
 (2.9),
 Coughlin
 (2.3),
 Loughran
 (1.2),
 Sorin (0.8),
Fisler
(0.2),
Hughes
(0.0)

1939‐40 (Won
10,
Lost
5) Coach:
Ferguson DATE 12/9 12/16 12/19 12/27 12/29 1/6 1/10 1/13 1/17 1/26 2/3 2/7 2/16 2/22 2/28

Flannery
 (12.2),
 McEnroe
 (9.3),
 O’Halloran
 (8.3),
 Dudek
 (6.9), Maher
 (6.8),
 Poletti
 (5.5),
 Clarke
 (4.7),
 Young
 (3.3),
 Faralli
 (3.0), Wesner
(2.3),
Bradley
(1.6),

Durso
(0.7),
Maynard
(0.4),
Ellis
(0.3)



SJC 32 32 36 25 39 39 31 52 43 38 35 65 33 29 14

OPP W/L ATT Cathedral
(H) ........................13
 W 2,000 Wittenberg
(H)......................36
 L Dayton
(H) ............................34
 W Colorado
(C)..........................49
 L Missouri
(C) ..........................38
 W Ohio
(H) ................................59
 L 1,000 CCNY
(C)................................26
 W Pennsylvania
Military
(H) ....42
 W Virginia
(C) ............................39
 W Manhattan
(A)
OT ................35
 W 12,250 St.
John’s
(C) ........................30
 W Upsala
(H) ............................35
 W La
Salle
(C) ............................28
 W DePaul
(C) ............................38
 L Temple
(C) ............................39
 L 4,600

L.
Kenney
(10.2),
Kraft
(6.9),
Stahl
(6.7),
Adams
(3.1),
Dambrackas (3.0),
Coughlin
(2.6),

Huver
(2.5),
Kelleher
(2.0),
Sorin
(2.0),
Hogan (1.7),
Jacobs
(1.5),
Monte
(0.0),
Tracy
(0.0)

Larry
 Kenney
 earned
 All‐America
 honors
 in 1940
for
Coach
Bill
Ferguson’s
team.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 123


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1939‐40

1938‐39

1937‐38

(Won
10,
Lost
5) Coach:
Ferguson

(Won
9,
Lost
12) Coach:
Ferguson

(Won
13,
Lost
5) Coach:
Ferguson

DATE 12/9 12/16 12/19 12/27 12/29 1/6 1/10 1/13 1/17 1/26 2/3 2/7 2/16 2/22 2/28

SJC 32 32 36 25 39 39 31 52 43 38 35 65 33 29 14

OPP W/L ATT Cathedral
(H) ........................13
 W 2,000 Wittenberg
(H)......................36
 L Dayton
(H) ............................34
 W Colorado
(C)..........................49
 L Missouri
(C) ..........................38
 W Ohio
(H) ................................59
 L 1,000 CCNY
(C)................................26
 W Pennsylvania
Military
(H) ....42
 W Virginia
(C) ............................39
 W Manhattan
(A)
OT ................35
 W 12,250 St.
John’s
(C) ........................30
 W Upsala
(H) ............................35
 W La
Salle
(C) ............................28
 W DePaul
(C) ............................38
 L Temple
(C) ............................39
 L 4,600

L.
Kenney
(10.2),
Kraft
(6.9),
Stahl
(6.7),
Adams
(3.1),
Dambrackas (3.0),
Coughlin
(2.6),

Huver
(2.5),
Kelleher
(2.0),
Sorin
(2.0),
Hogan (1.7),
Jacobs
(1.5),
Monte
(0.0),
Tracy
(0.0)

DATE 12/3 12/7 12/10 12/14 12/19 12/21 12/26 12/28 1/2 1/6 1/11 1/13 1/21 1/27 2/3 2/7 2/11 2/13 2/17 2/27 3/3

SJC 80 39 54 81 44 44 39 45 36 30 31 35 46 37 31 47 39 52 18 49 38

OPP W/L Elizabethtown
(H) ................47
 W Upsala
(H)
 ............................33
 W Wake
Forest
(H)....................49
 W Western
Maryland
(H)..........43
 W Oregon
(C) ............................54
 L Ohio
(H) ................................58
 L Colorado
(C)..........................44
 L Wyoming
(H) ........................42
 W Davis
&
Elkins
(H)..................37
 L Kentucky
(C)..........................41
 L St.
John’s
(A) ........................43
 L CCNY
(C)................................36
 L Moravian
(H)
........................36
 W Manhattan
(C)
 ....................42
 L La
Salle
(C) ............................32
 L Lebanon
Valley
(H) ..............48
 L Ursinus
(H) ............................35
 W William
&
Mary
(H) ..............43
 W Villanova
(C)..........................36
 L Pennsylvania
Military
(H) ....30
 W Temple
(C) ............................42
 L

ATT

1,500

1,000 1,000

DATE 12/11 12/14 12/18 12/22 12/30 1/1 1/3 1/7 1/12 1/15 1/22 1/28 2/5 2/8 2/12 2/22 2/25 3/4

SJC 58 60 38 40 39 50 42 44 37 43 34 18 56 46 30 49 33 36

OPP W/L ATT Loyola‐Md.
(H)......................22
 W Cathedral
(H) ........................40
 W CCNY
(A)................................49
 L Wittenberg
(H)......................36
 W Mississippi
State
(C)..............23
 W 11,793 Creighton
(H) ........................40
 W Franklin
&
Marshall
(A) ........22
 W 5,000 Davis
&
Elkins
(R)..................31
 W 6,000 DePaul
(R) ............................38
 L 4,028 Catholic
(N) ..........................34
 W North
Carolina
(C) ................29
 W La
Salle
(C) ............................22
 L 12,038 Gallaudet
(H) ........................27
 W Pennsylvania
Military
(H) ....25
 W St.
John’s
(C) ........................38
 L Albright
(H) ..........................31
 W Duquesne
(R) ........................22
 W Temple
(C) ............................40
 L

3,500 6,000

L.
 Kenney
 (11.6),
 Chadick
 (10.3),
 Adams
 (6.6),
 Loughery
 (5.8), Guziewicz
 (4.4),
 Huver
 (4.3),
 Dambrackas
 (2.6),
 Scullin
 (2.6), Whartnaby
(2.6),
Uber
(1.9),
Murphy
(1.3),
Frye
(0.0),

Hogan
(0.0), Sacca
(0.0),

Trainor
(0.0)

Guokas
 (11.3),
 McMenamin
 (9.8),
 Smale
 (4.7),
 D.
 Kenney
 (4.3), Rosenberg
 (3.8),
 J.
 Kenney
 (2.4),
 Chadick
 (2.0),
 Oakes
 (1.9), Whartnaby
 (1.0),
 
 Adams
 (1.0),
 Buck
 (1.5),
 
 Loughery
 (0.8),
 L. Kenney
 (0.4),
 Scullin
 (0.4),
 Moross
 (0.2),
 Dambrackas
 (0.0), Guziewicz
(0.0),
Matt
(0.0)

1936‐37 (Won
15,
Lost
4) Coach:
Ferguson DATE 12/9 12/12 12/19 12/28 1/2 1/6 1/12 1/16 1/23 2/2 2/5 2/12 2/13 2/16 2/19 2/24 2/26 3/2 3/5

SJC 37 52 29 25 29 41 37 34 50 50 46 38 32 28 31
 37 27 46 32

OPP W/L ATT Delaware
(H) ........................30
 W Western
Maryland
(H)..........27
 W CCNY
(A)................................19
 W 12,500 La
Salle
(R) ............................21
 W Davis
&
Elkins
(H)..................26
 W Loyola‐Md.
(H)......................19
 W Mississippi
State
 ..................28
 W North
Carolina
(R) ................36
 L Pennsylvania
Military
(H) ....23
 W Juniata
(H) ............................17
 W Long
Island
(R)
3OT
..............44
 W St.
John’s
(R)
2OT..................39
 L Ursinus
(H) ............................17
 W La
Salle
(H)
OT ......................25
 W Pennsylvania
Military
(A)......23
 W Penn
(P) ................................36
 W 10,682 DePaul
(R) ............................33 L Lebanon
Valley
(H) ..............38
 W Temple
(R) ............................53
 L 9,514

Guokas
(7.7),

McMenamin
(7.1),
D.
Kenney
(6.4),
Smale
(6.3),
Jo. Kenney
 (3.7),
 Langan
 (3.4),
 
 Oakes
 (3.1),
 McCarthy
 (1.0),
 Scullin (0.6),
Scullin
(0.6),
Ji.
Kenney
(0.2),
Conwell
(0.0),
Hartman
(0.0), Matt
(0.0)

1935‐36 (Won
14,
Lost
5) Coach:
Ferguson

The
 “Mighty
 Mites,”
 so
 dubbed
 because
 of
 their
 noticeable
 lack
 of
 size,
 are
 among
 the
 many Hawk
 basketball
 legends.
 The
 group
 (clockwise
 from
 left)
 ‐
 Jim
 Smale,
 Matt
 Guokas,
 Sr.,
 John Kenny,
Joe
Oakes,
Dan
Kenney
and
John
McMenamin

‐

led
SJU
to
a
combined
54‐17
mark
over a
four‐year
period
(1934‐38).
They
made
up
for
their
lack
of
height
with
quick
passing,
smother‐ ing
 defense
 and
 an
 assortment
 of
 gadget
 plays.
 They
 were
 inducted
 into
 the
 Saint
 Joseph’s Athletic
Hall
of
Fame
in
2000
as
a
group,
along
with
their
coach
Bill
Ferguson.



DATE 12/13 12/16 12/20 12/23 12/30 1/4 1/10 1/11 1/15 1/18 1/23 2/1 2/5 2/8 2/11 2/15 2/22 2/26 3/3

SJC 48 30 37 30 23 32 38 35 38 34 36 40 32 27 42 23 39 25 57

OPP W/L Roanoke
(H) ..........................27
 W Temple
(R) ............................32
 L Loyola‐Md.
(H)......................28
 W Long
Island
(R)
 ....................35 L La
Salle
(R) ............................19
 W Davis
&
Elkins
(H)..................25
 W Western
Maryland
(A)..........37
 W Loyola‐Md.
(A) ......................34
 W Pennsylvania
Military
(A)......27
 W Lafayette
(H) ........................30
 W Catholic
(H)
 ..........................19
 W La
Salle
(A) ............................20
 W Albright
(H)
 ..........................14
 W CCNY
(R)................................44
 L Ursinus
(H) ............................24
 W St.
John’s
(A) ........................30
 L Pennsylvania
Military
(H)
OT33
 W Penn
(P) ................................29
 L Delaware
(H)
........................40
 W

ATT

4,500

Fleming,
Guokas,
Keaveney,
D.
Kenney,
Jim
Kenney,
John
Kenney, Langan,
McCue,
McMenamin,
Murphy,
Oakes,
Smale

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 124


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1934‐35

1931‐32

(Won
12,
Lost
3) Coach:
Ferguson

DATE 12/12 12/15 12/19 1/5 1/9 1/11 1/16 1/19 1/26 1/29 2/5 2/13 2/16 2/18 2/22

SJU 29 46 18 41 48 40
 31
 28 38 41 25 25 56 34 26

OPP W/L Penn
(P) ..............................27
 W Delaware
(H) ......................31
 W Temple
(A) ..........................32
 L Ursinus
(H) ..........................33
 W Lafayette
(A)........................26
 W Delaware
(A) ......................35
 W West
Chester
(H) ................18
 W La
Salle
(A) ..........................25
 W Pennsylvania
Military
(H) ....32
 W Davis
&
Elkins
(H) ................35
 W West
Chester
(A) ................22
 W La
Salle
(H) ..........................32
 L Moravian
(H) ......................10
 W Pennsylvania
Military
(A) ....35
 L La
Salle
(A) ..........................25
 W

ATT

8,000

Fleming,
 Guokas,
 Keaveney,
 D.
 Kenney,
 Jim
 Kenney,
 John Kenney,
 Lawlor,
 Mallon,
 McCarthy,
 McCue,
 McCusker, McMenamin,
Oakes,
Smale

1933‐34 (Won
6,
Lost
11) Coach:
Ferguson DATE 12/9 12/15 12/19 1/4 1/9 1/13 1/16 1/23 1/27 1/31 2/3 2/6 2/10 2/12 2/17 2/22 2/24

SJC 26 21 35 17 27 27 26 23 22 53 15 26 20 26 23 28 13

SJC 58 18 34 26 28 18 21 32 26 28 18 32 35 28 34 30 32 33

OPP W/L Philadelphia
Textile
(H) ......13
 W CCNY
(A) ..............................39
 L Phila.
Pharmacy
(H) ............27
 W Penn
(P) ..............................17
 W Washington‐Md.
(H) ..........27
 W St.
Thomas
(A) ....................31
 L St.
Francis‐N.Y.
(A) ..............19
 W Catholic
(A)..........................38
 L George
Washington
(A) ......43
 L Temple
(A) ..........................45
 L Washington‐MD
(A) ............16
 W Lebanon
Valley
(H) ..............23
 W L Seton
Hall
(A) ......................37
 Delaware
(A) ......................35
 L Seton
Hall
(H)
OT ................40
 L Pennsylvania
Military
(A) ....33
 L George
Washington
(H) ......31
 W Swarthmore
(A) ..................37
 L

(Won
8,
Lost
10) Coach:
Ferguson

4,000

Zuber
(10.8),
Osborne
(7.6),
Smith
(3.6),
Kane
(2.4),
Sculley
(2.3), McGonegal
 (2.2),
 Mandes
 (1.2),
 Walker
 (1.1),Morris
 (1.0), Dougherty
 (0.8),
 Lawlor
 (0.8),
 Costello
 (0.5),
 Morrow
 (0.2), Campbell
(0.0)

(Won
7,
Lost
9) Coach:
Ferguson

OPP W/L Fordham
(A) ........................39
 L St.
John’s‐Md.
(H)................32
 W Phila.
Pharmacy
(H) ............28
 W Delaware
(A) ......................35
 L West
Chester
(H) ................27
 W Washington‐Md.
(A)............33
 L Catholic
(H)
 ........................29
 L Temple
(A) ..........................43
 L Swarthmore
(A) ..................15
 W Pennsylvania
Military
(A) ....28
 L Lebanon
Valley
(A) ..............23
 W West
Chester
(A) ................34
 L Delaware
(H) ......................21
 W Pennsylvania
Military
(A) ....42
 L Penn
(P) ..............................36
 L Washington‐Md.
(H) ..........24
 W

DATE 12/2 12/6 12/9 12/13 12/18 1/3 1/6 1/10 1/14 1/17 1/20 1/31 2/2 2/4 2/7 2/18 2/20 2/21 2/26 2/27 3/3

SJC 36 25 53 19 31 18 35 31 30 29 36 31 51 39 40 47 20 16 20 19 35

1,500c 1,000

1927‐28 OPP W/L Penn ....................................28
 L Hahnemann
(H) ..................23
 W Hahnemann
(H) ..................26
 W Manhattan
(A) ....................28
 L Delaware
(A) ......................31
 L Schuylkill
(A)........................33
 L St.
John’s
(A)........................34
 L Seton
Hall
(A) ......................40
 L Philadelphia
Osteopathy
(H)25
 W Washington‐Md.
(A)............51
 L Philadelphia
Textile
(H) ......20
 W Pennsylvania
Military
(A) ....26
 W Drexel
(A) ............................27
 L St.
John’s
(H) ......................34
 W Philadelphia
Osteopathy
(A)28
 L Penn
AC ..............................29
 L St.
Stephen’s
 ......................36
 L

1926‐27

(Won
12,
Lost
9) Coach:
Ferguson

Dougherty,
Halpin,
Kane,
Keaveney,
Lawlor,
Mandes,
McCusker, Morris,
Morrow,
Smith

ATT

Branka,
Delaney,
Desmond,
Grady,
Kane,
Oakes,
Perotta,
Regan, Sunkes,
E.
Trainer,
F.
Trainer

1929‐30

OPP W/L Philadelphia
Osteopathy ....26
 W Penn
(P) ..............................19
 L Franklin
&
Marshall
(A) ......31
 L Washington‐Md.
(A)............37
 L Temple ................................35
 L Swarthmore
(A) ..................10
 W Washington‐Md.
(H) ..........19
 W Franklin
&
Marshall
(H) ......30
 W Fordham
(A) ........................22
 L Haverford
(H) ......................27
 W Albright
(A) ..........................36
 L Delaware
(A) ......................14
 W Penn
AC
(A) ........................15
 W St.
Francis‐N,Y,
(A) ..............17
 W Seton
Hall
(A) ......................34
 L Villanova
(H)........................22
 L Seton
Hall
(H) ......................37
 W Loyola‐Md.
(A) ....................22
 L Albright
(H)
OT ....................34
 W Pennsylvania
Military ..........19 W Ursinus
(A) ..........................26 W

OPP W/L Penn
(P)
OT ........................26
 L Hahnemann
(H) ..................10
 W Philadelphia
Textile ............16
 W Temple
(A) ..........................33
 L Niagara
(H) ..........................25
 W Fordham
(P)
OT ..................27
 L Schuylkill
(H)........................32
 W St.
John’s
(A)........................45
 L Villanova..............................35
 L Seton
Hall ............................26
 W Pennsylvania
Military
(A) ....24
 W Albright
(H)..........................29
 W Loyola‐Md. ..........................29
 L Schuylkill..............................34
 L Penn
AC
OT ........................29
 L St.
Stephen’s
(A)..................29
 W Seton
Hall
(A) ......................46
 L Delaware ............................24
 L

Branka,
Desmond,
Kane,
Kelly,
Oakes,
Osborne,
Rider,
Sunkes,
E. Trainer,
F.
Trainer,
Walker

DATE SJC 12/3 24 12/6 33 12/14 36 12/19 18 1/7 19 1/11 27 1/13 27 1/14 21 1/18 40 1/21 36 2/4 73 2/11 38 2/15 22 2/16 35 2/22 21 2/27 28 3/2 23

OPP W/L Philadelphia
Textile
(H) ......22
 W Lafayette
(A)........................23
 W Moravian
(H) ......................23
 W Penn
(P) ..............................23 L Washington‐Md.
(A)............28 W Seton
Hall
(A) ......................17 W Washington‐Md.
(H) ..........27
 W Franklin
&
Marshall
(A) ......36
 L Albright
(H)..........................34
 W Swarthmore
(A) ..................23
 W Delaware
(H) ......................18
 W Albright
(A) ..........................45
 L Slippery
Rock
(H) ................30
 W Franklin
&
Marshall
(H) ......23
 W Ursinus
(H) ..........................21
 W Pennsylvania
Military
(H) ....29
 W Seventh
Regiment
(A) ........19 W St.
Francis‐N.Y.
(A) ..............24 L Brooklyn
K
of
C
(A) ..............35 L St.
Thomas
(A) ....................12 W Seton
Hall
(H) ......................17
 W

Zuber
(6.6),
Osborne
(6.0),
Trainer
(5.2),
Kane
(4.3),
Sunkes
(2.9), Smith
(2.5),
Moynihan
(1.9),
Walker
(1.5),
Sculley
(0.8),
Ridgway (0.4),
Cahill
(0.2),
McCusker
(0.2),
McNichol
(0.0),
Morrow
(0.0)

DATE SJC 28 12/7 18 12/10 25 12/14 15 12/17 32 1/4 28 1/7 31 1/11 36 1/15 20 1/17 34 2/1 23 2/4 33 36 2/7 22 2/8 31 2/11 19 2/13 38 2/15 17 2/18 35 2/24 28 2/26 44

DATE SJC 12/1 24 12/5 50 34 19 1/5 39 1/16 25 1/19 33 23 1/31 20 2/2 35 2/6 28 2/8 41 21 27 27
 3/1 39 3/3 27 23

(Won
6,
Lost
11) Coach:
Temple

(Won
16,
Lost
5) Coach:
Ferguson

1932‐33 SJC 24 34 50 24 33 29 21 19 20 21 27 12 42 27 19 25

DATE 12/2 12/5 12/8 12/16 1/5 1/8 1/9 1/14 1/15 1/20 1/30 2/9 2/13 2/17 2/19 2/22 2/25 2/27

1930‐31

OPP W/L Penn
(P) ..............................38
 L Catholic
(H)..........................24
 L Philadelphia
Pharmacy
(H)..26
 W Ursinus
(A) ..........................22
 L West
Chester
(A) ................33
 L Temple
(A) ..........................31
 L Delaware
(H)
 ......................17
 W Alumni
(H) ..........................13
 W Pennsylvania
Military
(H) ....25
 L Philadelphia
Textile
(H) ......11
 W La
Salle
(H) ..........................27
 L West
Chester
(H) ................23
 W La
Salle
(A) ..........................39
 L Delaware
(A) ......................31
 L St.
Francis‐N.Y.
(H) ..............19
 W Pennsylvania
Military
(A)
OT31
 L Baltimore
(H) ......................19
 L

McGonegal
 (4.5),
 Costello
 (4.5),
 Kane
 (4.3),
 Morris
 (3.6), Dougherty
(3.1),
Morrow
(2.8),
McCusker
(2.8),

Keaveney
(1.8), Mandes
(1.8),
Lawlor
(1.6),
Halpin
(0.4)

DATE 12/7 12/10 12/13 12/16 1/6 1/10 1/14 1/17 1/20 1/28 2/1 2/8 2/14 2/22 2/25 2/28

1928‐29

(Won
8,
Lost
10) Coach:
Ferguson

(Won
6,
Lost
11) Coach:
Temple DATE 12/3 12/4 12/10 12/18

SJC 19 19 16 30 23 30

3,000 1/7 1/11 1/22 2/4

10 17 14 23 21 28

OPP W/L Crescent
AC
(A) ..................30
 L Crimson
and
Gray
(H)..........30
 L Penn
AC
(A) ........................30
 L Penn
(A) ..............................35
 L St.
John’s ............................22 W Schuylkill................................ W St.
John’s ............................36
 L University
Club ...................... W Fordham
(A) ........................43
 L Villanova
(P) ........................30
 L Georgetown ........................17
 L Schuylkill
(A)........................14
 W Delaware .............................. L St.
Thomas ............................ L Seton
Hall ............................40
 L Pennsylvania
Military ..........12
 W

Brady,
Branka,
Collins,
Cunneff,
Donahue,
Trainer,
Gricco,
Oakes, Sheehan,
Walker

Cahill,
 J.
 Kane,
 T.
 Kane,
 McNichol,
 Moynihan,
 Osborne,
 Sculley, Smith,
Sunkes,
E.
Trainer,
F.
Trainer,
Walker

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 125


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1925‐26

(Won
4,
Lost
11) Coach:
Lavin DATE 12/9 12/16 12/19

SJC 30 30 14 26 13 1/16 22 2/18 19 16 26

OPP W/L Schuylkill
(A)........................19
 W Haverford
(A) ......................13
 W Penn
(A) ..............................31
 L St.
John’s ............................37
 L St.
John’s
(H) ......................17
 L Pennsylvania
Military
(A) ....16
 W Villanova
(H)........................25
 L Fordham ..............................23
 L Drexel ..................................16
 W

1924‐25

(Won
9,
Lost
9) Coach:
Lavin

1/10 1/14 1/23 1/29 2/5

SJC 29 35 18 37 27 38 39 22 24 24 36 16

OPP W/L Crescent
AC
(A) ....................41
 L Moravian
(A) ........................ 9
 W Penn
(A) ................................34
 L St.
John’s ..............................46
 L Temple ..................................19
 W Temple ..................................27
 W Pennsylvania
Military
(A)......27
 W Ursinus
(H) ............................17
 W Susquehanna
(H) ..................20
 W Villanova
(H) ........................32
 L Pennsylvania
Military
(A)......29
 W Georgetown..........................22
 L

(Won
9,
Lost
6) Coach:
Lavin

OPP W/L Philadelphia
Dental
(H) ........9
 W Crescent
AC
(A) ..................58
 L Army
(A) ..............................35
 L Crimson
and
Gray
(H) .......... 5
 W Temple
(A) ..........................17
 W Loyola‐Md.
(H) ....................20
 W Fordham
(H) ........................28
 L La
Salle ................................ 9
 W Georgetown ........................53
 L Villanova
(A) ........................24
 L W Temple
(H) ..........................12
 Pennsylvania
Military
(A) ....30
 L Seton
Hall ............................37
 L Navy
(A) ..............................26
 W Fordham ..............................41
 L Seton
Hall ............................27
 W Villanova
(H)........................28
 L

Crean,
 Deady,
 Devine,
 DiFilippo,
 Duff,
 Dugan,
 Hagans,
 Mallie, McDermott,
Oakes

1920‐21 (Won
4,
Lost
10) Coach:
Lavin

Brown,
 Byrnes,
 Collins,
 Cunneff,
 Donahue,
 Ganard,
 Mallie,
 J. Oakes,
Reckner

1923‐24

(Won
9,
Lost
9) Coach:
Lavin DATE SJC 12/1 30 12/7 22 12/8 18 11 12/19 31 12/22 12 30 15 1/7 32 1/8 23 1/12 23 1/16 43 1/23 42 1/26 29 2/2 16 2/11 25 2/16 47 2/22 54

1919‐20

(Won
8,
Lost
9) Coach:
Lavin DATE SJC 17 24 13 41 22 31 23 44 13 1/25 18 26 19 2/15 22 2/22 32 32 31 3/4 26

Brady,
Branka,
Collins,
Donahue,
Henry,
Mastav,
Mustovoy,
 B.
Oakes,
J.
Oakes

DATE 12/3 12/17 12/20

1921‐22

OPP W/L Crimson
and
Gray
(H) .......... 6
 W Crescent
AC
(A) ..................35
 L Army
(A) ..............................24
 L Penn
(A) ..............................21
 L Temple
(H) ..........................26
 W University
Club
(A) ..............26
 L St.
Mary’s‐Mich.
(H) ............16
 W Loyola‐Md.
(H) ....................33
 L Haverford
(H) ...................... 0
 W Villanova
(N)........................24
 L Georgetown
(A) ..................25
 L Ursinus
(H) ..........................30
 W Pennsylvania
Military
(A) ....26
 W University
Club
(H) ..............21
 W Loyola‐Md.
(A) ....................24
 L Washington‐Md.
(H) ..........39
 L Moravian
(H) ......................12
 W Cathedral
(H) ......................19
 W

DATE SJC 23 20 17 8 10 18 1/15 22 22 22 2/16 14 2 24 19 32

OPP W/L Crimson
and
Gray................18
 W Army....................................30
 L Fordham ..............................43
 L Navy ....................................39
 L Ursinus ................................14
 L Seton
Hall ............................24
 L Villanova
(A) ........................31
 L Philadelphia
Osteopathy ....18
 W Pennsylvania
Military ..........33
 L Villanova
(H)........................24
 L St.
John’s

‐
Forfeit .............. 0 W Seton
Hall
(A) ......................36
 L Fordham ..............................31
 L Crimson
and
Gray................14
 W

Crean
(7.8),
Devine
(5.0),
McDermott
(3.4),
Vizard
(2.0),
Temple (2.0),
Deady
(1.7),
Hagans
(0.5),

Treacy
(0.5),
Moylan
(0.0)

DATE SJC 27 19 25 27 39 28 32 36 14 23 25 28 36 26 27

OPP W/L St.
John’s
(A)........................33
 L Crescent
AC
(A) ..................26 L Hahnemann ........................22
 W Ursinus ................................34
 L Cooper
Union ......................23
 W Seton
Hall ............................32 L Crimson
and
Gray................ 8
 W Fordham
(H) ........................22
 W Navy ....................................31
 L Loyola‐Md. ..........................18
 W Drexel
(A) ............................31 L Pennsylvania
Military ..........22
 W Muhlenberg
(H) ..................25
 W Drexel
(H) ............................17
 W Villanova..............................23
 W

Deady,
 Define,
 Duff,
 Duffy,
 Healey,
 Horan,
 Temple,
 Treacy, Vizard

1918‐19 (Won
3,
Lost
3) Coach:
Donahue DATE SJC 26 21 25 20 24 26

OPP W/L Drexel ..................................17
 W Supply
Department
Pier......24
 L Pennsylvania
Military ..........15
 W Navy ....................................49
 L Dickinson
(H) ......................21
 W Muhlenberg
........................27
 L

Conley,
Duff,
Healey,
Moloney,
Murphy,
Temple

1917‐18 (Won
5,
Lost
2) Coach:
Donahue DATE SJC 21 46 15
 48 37 28 22

OPP W/L Wissahickon
Barracks..........33 L Alumni ................................22
 W Lebanon
Valley....................18
 L Training
Camp
Disp ............28
 W Pennsylvania
Military ..........21
 W Alumni ................................ 8 W Muhlenberg
........................11
 W

Conley,
 Cullen,
 Culliton,
 Healey,
 McShaine,
 Moloney,
 Murphy, Nassau,
Temple,
Vizard

Brown,
 Collins,
 Coppock,
 Crean,
 Cunneff,
 Donohoe,
 Hosey, Mallie,
Oakes,
Sheehan

1922‐23 (Won
7,
Lost
8) Coach:
Lavin DATE SJC 45 12/9 17 34 21 12/22 18 20 1/20 33 1/27 37 1/31 26 2/10 20 35 30

25

OPP W/L Crimson
and
Gray................14
 W Penn
(A) ..............................29
 L Cathedral
(H) ......................15
 W Loyola‐Md.
(A) ....................25
 L Manhattan
(H) ....................30
 L Niagara
(H) ..........................13
 W Villanova
(A) ........................34
 L Loyola‐Md.
(A) ....................31
 W Villanova
(H)........................18
 W Pennsylvania
Military
(A) ....25
 L Seton
Hall ............................20
 W Mount
St.
Mary’s
Hall
 ........43
 L St.
Francis‐N.Y. ...................... L East
Stroudsburg .................. W Georgetown ........................46
 L

Burns,
 Carr,
 Crean,
 Devine,
 Gannon,
 Hagans,
 Hosey,
 Mackin, Mallie,
Mallon,
Moore,
Oakes

The
1920‐21
Hawks:
(back
row)
manager
George
Clarke,
Dick
Crean,
Henry
Hagans,
Ted
Deady, and
head
coach
John
Lavin;
(front
row)
Vince
McDermott,
Tommy
Vizard,
and
Tommy
Temple.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 126


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1916‐17

1913‐14

(Won
18,
Lost
5) Coach:
Donahue

(Won
10,
Lost
5) Coach:
Donahue

DATE SJU 21 39 48 35 29 34 21 49 1/27 29 26 27 31 2/21 18 28 23 17 29 47 17 41

OPP W/L Crimson
and
Gray
 ..............18 W Camden
High ......................22
 W Vineland
High ......................14
 W Villanova
Prep .................... 9
 W Camden
High
(A) ................23
 W Morris
Guards
(H) ..............25
 W Wenonah
Military
Acad.
(A)19
 W Pa.
Institution
of
Deaf ........23
 W La
Salle
 ..............................30
 L Alumni ................................18
 W Philos
Club ..........................14
 W Moravian ............................21
 W Wenonah
Military
Acad.
(H)27
 L La
Salle ................................27
 W New
Jersey
State ................17
 W Moravian ............................46
 L Catholic
High ......................22
 W New
Jersey
State ................13
 W La
Salle ................................22
 L Atlantic
City
YMCA ..............32
 W Manhattan ............................ L

DATE SJC 14 48 12 50 31 17 45 60 25 21 33 24 35 33 17

1,000

Bennis,
Hayes,
Lavin,
McMahon,
Mullholland,
Yates

1912‐13 (Won
11,
Lost
5) Coach:
Donahue

Byrne,
Gallagher,
Healey,
Leckie,
J.
Martin,
S.
Martin,
Murphy

DATE SJC 16

1915‐16 (Won
11,
Lost
9) Coach:
Donahue DATE SJC 31 13 31 36 38 40 36 1/26 21 1/29 28 38 28 2/9 33 25 31 63 20 3/1 17 20 24 3/15 21

OPP W/L Southern
High
 ....................21
 L Philadelphia
Textile ............10
 W Penn
Freshmen ..................36
 L Brown
Prep
 ........................13
 W Camden
High ......................17
 W Northeast
Manual ..............16
 W Atlantic
City
HIgh ................32
 W Pierce ..................................34
 W Camden
High ......................38
 L Pennsylvania
Military
 ........42
 L Temple ................................21
 W Northeast
Manual ..............21
 W Pennington
Seminary ..........26
 W Trenton
High ......................23
 W Morris
Guards ....................33
 L

OPP W/L Fordham
Freshmen ............25
 W Crimson
and
Gray................20
 L Camden
High ......................29
 W Chester
High........................17
 W Camden
High ......................24
 W Cape
May
High ....................16
 W Moravian ............................29
 W Alumni ................................12
 W Morris
Guards ....................39
 L Loyola‐Md. ..........................20
 W Atlantic
City
High ................36
 L Catholic
High ......................22
 W Peddie
Institute ..................32
 L La
Salle ................................26
 W Salesianum
High..................26
 W Peddie
Institute ..................47
 L Catholic
High ......................20
 L Morris
Guards ....................36
 L Loyola‐Md. ..........................53
 L La
Salle ................................29
 L

18 20

35 14

OPP W/L Camden
High 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.13
 W Catholic
High 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
. W St.
Peter’s
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
. W Pennington
Seminary 
.
.
.
.
.
. W Penn
Freshmen
(A) 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
. L Pennsylvania
Military 
.
.
.
.
.25
 L Muhlenberg 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.46
 L Catholic
High 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
. W Pa.
Institute
of
Deaf 
.
.
.
.
.
.
. W Brown
Prep 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
. W Catholic
High 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
. L Atlantic
City
High
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
. W Girard 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
. W Temple 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.24
 W Georgetown
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.44
 L Alumni 
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
. W

Bennis,
Considine,
Hayes,
Lavin,
Leckie,
O’Neill,
Stoll,
Yates

1911‐12

(Won
6,
Lost
22) Coach:
Donahue DATE SJC 18 1/5

Byrne,
 Dougherty,
 Gallagher,
 Gurst,
 Keenen,
 Mahoney,
 J. Martin,
S.
Martin,
Reily

24

OPP W/L La
Salle .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
23
 L Camden
High .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
 L Catholic
High .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
22
 W Penn
Freshmen .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
 L Bethlehem
Prep .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
 L Perkiomen
Seminary.
.
.
.
.
.
.
 L

Princeton
Prep.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
 Brown
Prep .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
 Pa.
Institute
of
Deaf .
.
.
.
.
.
.
 Girard .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
 Atlantic
City
High.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
 Morris
Guards .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
 Chester
High .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.


Barret,
Bennis,
Considine,
Hayes,
Leckie,
Mathews,
McCullough,
 Murphy,
Scanlon,
Stoll,
Yates

1910‐11 (Won
6,
Lost
6) Coach:
Bennis DATE SJC 21 6 16 22 29 19 11 16 22 25 26 24


OPP W/L De
Lancey ............................7
 W La
Salle ................................10
 L Catholic
High ......................22
 L Pa.
Institute
of
Deaf ............20
 W Swarthmore
Prep ................11
 W Northeast
Manual ..............12
 W Bethlehem
Prep ..................58
 L La
Salle ................................20
 L Temple
Prep ........................9
 W Catholic
High ......................29
 L Northeast
Manual ..............12
 W Camden
High ......................27
 L

Bennis,
 Considine,
 Harron,
 Hayes,
 McCue,
 Murphy,
 Scanlon, Schroth,
Tighe,
Yates

1909‐10 (Won
10,
Lost
6) Coach:
Dever DATE 12/10 12/17 12/22 1/7 1/14 1/15 1/20 1/21 1/22 1/26 2/4 2/11 2/18 2/25 3/1 3/10

SJC 5 18 31 29 10 31 14 24 61 21 32 35 24 19 16 41

OPP W/L Catholic
High ......................19
 L La
Salle ................................22
 L Mount
St.
Mary’s ................13
 W Northeast
Manual
 ..............10
 W Catholic
High ......................18
 L Girard ..................................22
 W Central
Manual....................13
 W La
Salle ................................18
 W St.
Peter’s ............................18
 W Girard ..................................19
 W Northeast
Manual ..............28
 W La
Salle ................................29
 W Catholic
High ......................27
 L Northeast
Manual ..............27
 L Swarthmore
Prep ................27
 L Alumni ................................22
 W

Brolley,
 Conroy,
 McCue,
 McDevitt,
 McDonald,
 Murray,
 Rook, Scanion,
Schroth,
Yates

1914‐15 (Won
14,
Lost
1) Coach:
Donahue DATE SJC 12/14 52 35 56 40 24 1/20 59 1/23 28 1/27 36 44 2/6 52 35 2/17 43 28 46 2/27 38 40

L W W W L L W

OPP W/L Brown
Prep
(H)....................18
 W Philadelphia
Textile
(H) ......17
 W Vineland
High
(H) ................ 5
 W Camden
High
(H) ................27
 W Temple ................................11 W Phoenixville
High
(H) ..........18
 W Williamson
(A) ....................25
 W Alumni
(H) ..........................15
 W Bethlehem
Prep ..................29
 W Atlantic
City
High ................32
 W Morris
Guards
(A)................23
 W Morris
Guards
(H) ..............24
 W Northeast
High ....................39
 L Wenonah
Military
Acad. ....37
 W Pennington
Seminary
(A) ....17
 W Crimson
and
Gray................10
 W

Algie,
 Byrne,
 J.
 Gallagher,
 T.
 Gallagher,
 Lavin,
 Leckie,
 Martin, Reily

The
Hawks’
1912‐13
squad
coached
by
John
Donahue,
a
1908
Saint
Joseph’s
graduate.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 127


ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS KEY

H‐
Home A‐
Away N‐
Neutral P‐
Palestra C‐
Convention
Hall S‐
Spectrum WC‐
Wachovia
Center R‐
Philadelphia
Arena #
In‐Season
Tournament *
Conference
Tournament +
NCAA
Tournament ++
NIT

AKRON
(2‐0)

DATE W/L 12/12/98 W 12/3/97 W

ALABAMA
(1‐1) DATE W/L 11/26/08 L 3/26/96 W

SJU‐OPP 71‐60 65‐62

SITE H A

SJU‐OPP 48‐58 74‐69
OT

SITE N# N++

ALABAMA‐BIRMINGHAM
(0‐1) DATE W/L 12/23/98 L

AMERICAN
(16‐4) DATE 1/4/92 12/8/92 2/23/82 3/7/81 2/24/81 2/21/80 1/31/79 2/1/78 2/2/77 2/4/76 2/5/75 1/23/74 1/9/73 2/23/72 1/22/71 12/9/69 12/18/68 2/21/67 12/18/67 1/12/55


W/L W L W W L W W W W W L W W W W W W W L W

ARIZONA
(0‐2) DATE W/L 1/13/96 12/1/93 L 12/30/47 L

ARKANSAS
(0‐1) DATE W/L 12/21/46 L

ARMY
(2‐3)

DATE W/L 1/27/75 W 11/30/73 W 12/8/23 L 1922 L 1920 L

AUBURN
(0‐2) DATE W/L 3/21/03 L 12/18/56 L

AUSTIN
PEAY
(1‐0) DATE W/L 12/30/96 W

BALL
STATE
(2‐1) DATE W/L 1/3/09 W 11/27/07 W 3/15/02 L

BAYLOR
(1‐0) DATE W/L 12/30/76 W

SJU‐OPP 58‐72

SITE N#

SJU‐OPP 96‐82 100‐81 51‐49 63‐60 83‐84
OT 62‐61 92‐68 74‐48 77‐70 61‐57 64‐66 62‐49 78‐55 59‐53 54‐50 83‐75 70‐58 94‐68 86‐84
OT 61‐46

SITE H A A P P A P A P A H A P A P A P H A H

SJU‐OPP Cancelled 73‐93 57‐61

SITE P
 A C

SJU‐OPP 36‐46

SITE C

SJU‐OPP 69‐54 65‐54 18‐24 13‐35 20‐30

SITE A P A A

SJU‐OPP 63‐65 64‐66

SITE N+ N#

SJU‐OPP 74‐58

SITE N

SJU‐OPP 63‐55 74‐63 54‐76

SITE A H H++

SJU‐OPP 69‐67

SITE N#

BOSTON
COLLEGE
(13‐7) DATE 11/20/09 12/9/03 11/23/02 3/15/97 3/16/84 3/20/81 1/4/78 12/18/77

W/L W W W W L W L W

SJU‐OPP 84‐80 67‐57 85‐88 81‐77
2OT 63‐76 42‐41 79‐81 65‐62

SITE N# P A N+ P++ N+ A P

1/28/76 1/10/75 2/9/74 2/13/73 1/8/72 1/3/71 1/10/70 1/5/69 1/20/68 2/8/67 2/2/66 1/9/65

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

57‐56 84‐97 64‐81 78‐65 78‐68 78‐70 60‐62 74‐76 76‐67 69‐83 107‐89 93‐71

BOSTON
UNIVERSITY
(6‐1) DATE 12/21/10 11/17/07 12/29/06 11/27/06 11/25/03 12/5/02 2/25/83

W/L L W W W W W W

SJU‐OPP 79‐85 57‐48 58‐53 55‐39 71‐56 71‐49 78‐77

BOWLING
GREEN
(8‐4) DATE 12/29/80 12/6/75 12/7/74 1/8/74 1/17/73 2/3/71 1/28/70 12/4/68 12/9/67 12/11/66 12/23/64 12/26/62

W/L W L L W W W L W L W W W

BRADLEY
(1‐4) DATE W/L 12/27/86 W 12/21/82 L 12/9/81 L 3/14/64 L 1/14/50 L W/L W L L L W W L W

BUCKNELL
(17‐3) DATE 11/19/06 12/21/05 12/28/04 12/6/95 12/30/81 1/7/81 2/29/80 1/30/80 3/2/79 1/10/79 2/28/69 2/16/65 2/12/64 2/12/63 12/2/61 2/22/61 2/24/60 2/18/59 1/15/58 12/22/51

W/L W L L W W W W W W L W W W W W W W W
 W
 W


BUFFALO
(1‐0) DATE 3/19/05

W/L W

BUTLER
(1‐0) DATE 1/31/41

W/L W

CALIFORNIA
(1‐0) DATE W/L 12/20/03 W

UC‐DAVIS
(1‐0) DATE W/L 12/10/04 W

SITE A A N# H A H A

SJU‐OPP 87‐76 73‐74
OT 86‐64 61‐49 61‐60
OT 86‐71 87‐72 90‐88 73‐76 98‐55 60‐54 58‐57

SITE N# P A P A P A A P A P P

SJU‐OPP 86‐77 63‐65 45‐58 81‐83 60‐64

SITE P A P N++ C

BRIGHAM
YOUNG
(4‐4) DATE 12/29/82 12/8/78 12/27/76 12/4/71 1/1/68 12/26/66 12/21/65 12/29/62

A P A P A P A P A A A H

UCLA
(0‐2)

DATE W/L 12/27/47 L 12/28/46 L

SJU‐OPP 54‐64 48‐50

UC‐SANTA
BARBARA
(3‐0) DATE 12/21/96 1/31/94 12/12/81

W/L W W W

SJU‐OPP 88‐78 70‐56 77‐53

CAL
STATE
FULLERTON
(1‐0) DATE W/L 12/11/81 W

CANISIUS
(6‐2) DATE 11/26/02 12/1/01 12/2/89 11/28/88 2/23/77 2/24/76 12/30/61 2/24/42

W/L W W L W W L W W

CENTENARY
(1‐0) DATE 1/27/65

W/L W

CHARLOTTE
(6‐3) DATE W/L 3/5/11 W 2/24/10 L 3/11/09 W 1/18/09 W 1/16/08 L 1/7/07 W 1/17/06 L 1/16/82 W 1/25/81 W

SITE N

SJU‐OPP 70‐63 82‐76 58‐71 74‐71 111‐62 71‐77 66‐63 59‐49

SITE A A A H P A A H

SJU‐OPP 117‐90

SITE P

SJU‐OPP 71‐70 58‐95 72‐62 78‐69 66‐70 75‐70 50‐57 76‐67 72‐65

SITE A A N* H A A H A P

SJU‐OPP 65‐68 83‐68

SJU‐OPP 68‐65 71‐90 56‐68 72‐73 88‐74 67‐61 83‐103 76‐64

SITE N# A N N P N# A W

CHICAGO
STATE
(0‐1)

SJU‐OPP 63‐53 51‐63 62‐69 74‐54 71‐58 66‐56 76‐71 72‐60 69‐61 61‐63
2OT 83‐67 94‐57 71‐63 79‐62 79‐49 92‐67 83‐63 87‐64 75‐64 78‐67

SITE H A H H
 H
 A
 P
 P
 P
 A
 P
 A
 P A
 P
 P
 P A P H

CLEVELAND
STATE
(0‐3)

SJU‐OPP 55‐50

SITE H++

SJU‐OPP 47‐43

SITE C

SJU‐OPP 59‐57

SITE N

SJU‐OPP 84‐56

SITE N

DATE W/L 12/30/88 L

CINCINNATI
(1‐3) DATE W/L 12/27/69 W 12/28/59 L 12/11/59 L 2/8/58 L DATE 12/2/87 12/3/86 3/16/86

W/L L L L

COLORADO
(4‐4) DATE 11/25/01 11/26/00 12/29/88 12/26/69 12/27/41 12/28/40 12/2739 12/26/38

W/L W W L W L W L L

SITE N

SJU‐OPP 109‐92 77‐86 79‐123 78‐100

SITE N N A P

SJU‐OPP 72‐77 80‐85 69‐75

SITE H A N+

SJU‐OPP 81‐75 92‐78 54‐72 81‐79 29‐45 49‐45 25‐49 39‐44

SITE H A N N C C C C

SJU‐OPP 58‐83 67‐61 66‐71 78‐79 77‐85 78‐69

COPPIN
STATE
(0‐1) DATE 3/15/95

W/L L

CORNELL
(3‐1) DATE 12/6/09 12/22/08 1/2/82 12/11/80

W/L L W W W

SITE L H

SJU‐OPP 55‐70

CONNECTICUT
(2‐4) DATE W/L 12/29/89 L 3/8/65 W 12/16/55 L 12/3/54 L 12/19/53 L 2/7/53 W

SITE A A A

SJU‐OPP 63‐59

CHATTANOOGA
(1‐1) DATE W/L 12/23/99 L 12/5/98 W

SITE C C

SITE A N+ P A A H

SJU‐OPP 68‐75
OT

SITE N++

SJU‐OPP 66‐78 71‐67 72‐49 42‐39

SITE A H H A

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 128

CREIGHTON
(4‐4) DATE 12/11/10 12/6/08 12/9/07 12/14/81 3/12/81 1/7/67 2/19/66 1/1/38

W/L L L L L W W W W

DAVIDSON
(7‐4) DATE 11/26/05 11/27/04 1/16/71 1/17/70 1/7/69 2/14/68 2/4/67 3/12/66 2/15/66 12/5/64 12/17/56

W/L L W W W L L L W W W W

DAYTON
(12‐18) DATE 3/12/11 1/12/11 1/23/10 2/1/09 3/8/08 2/4/07 3/8/06 2/1/06 1/19/05 2/11/04 3/14/03 2/15/03 3/7/02 2/23/02 2/21/01 1/14/01 3/9/00

 1/29/00 1/6/99 2/11/98 2/4/97 2/3/96 12/20/86 2/3/68 1/29/66 3/4/64 3/1/63 12/9/61 12/10/60 12/19/39

W/L L L W L L W W L L W L L L W W W L L L L W W W L L L W L L W


DELAWARE
(26‐11) DATE 12/30/03 12/9/02 11/28/01 12/30/00 2/18/97 12/2/95 12/30/89 1/19/82 1/20/81 2/11/80 2/12/79 2/13/78 1/15/63 2/10/62 1/9/61 2/17/60 12/10/69 2/18/58 3/3/56 2/22/55 1/7/53 1/16/52 12/6/50 12/9/36 3/3/36 1/11/35 12/15/34 1/16/34 2/12/34 2/14/33 12/26/32 2/17/31 1/20/31 2/4/30 1929

W/L W W W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W W W L L W L W W W W W L L L L W W L

SJU‐OPP 75‐82 58‐69 84‐90
OT 72‐73 59‐57 73‐70 96‐90 50‐40

SITE H P A A N+ A P H

SJU‐OPP 94‐100
OT 76‐61 85‐84 90‐81 69‐83 60‐66 65‐66 92‐76 83‐79 77‐64 86‐64




SITE A P A
 N
 A
 N
 A
 N A
 N
 A

SJU‐OPP 61‐64 59‐65 60‐59 58‐69 67‐79 71‐65 67‐55 69‐77 54‐58 81‐67 73‐76 55‐65 74‐81 70‐68 82‐72 84‐71 64‐67 62‐66 53‐67 64‐67 89‐82 73‐60 78‐75
OT 64‐86 76‐79 74‐78 70‐63 66‐79 65‐67 36‐34

SITE N* A H A A H N* A A H A* A S* H A H S* H A H A H A A P A P A P H

SJU‐OPP 75‐54 77‐59 77‐59 72‐67 77‐65 64‐56 50‐68 79‐65 67‐56 73‐55 65‐63 90‐83 64‐57 72‐71 84‐56 99‐66 81‐56 92‐73 91‐77 75‐78 63‐66 69‐50 49‐53 37‐30 57‐40 40‐35 46‐31 26‐17 31‐26 42‐21 35‐24 35‐27 36‐18 33‐14 23‐24

SITE A H A H H A N# H A H A H H A H A P P A H A H A H H H H H A A A A H A n/a


ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS DELAWARE
STATE
(1‐0) DATE W/L 11/26/93 W

DENVER
(1‐0) DATE 12/6/47

W/L W

DEPAUL
(6‐10) DATE 11/23/09 12/21/02 12/17/00 12/16/96 1/19/95 2/7/84 1/31/83 2/3/82 3/14/81 12/27/68 12/28/43 2/27/42 1/17/41 2/22/40 1/12/38 2/26/37

W/L L W L W L W L L W W L W L L L L

DRAKE
(0‐1)

DATE W/L 12/28/61 L

DREXEL
(40‐9)
 DATE W/L 12/1/10 L 11/13/09 W 12/31/08 L 12/31/07 W 12/2/06 L 11/29/05 W 12/4/04 L 12/14/03 W 12/7/02 W 12/10/01 W 12/9/00 W 2/18/99
 W 2/5/98

 W 2/11/97
 W 1/17/95
 W 12/20/93

 W 12/14/92

 W 12/3/91
 W 11/28/90

 W 11/28/89

 W 11/30/88

 W 12/13/87

 L 12/6/86
 W 3/6/82

 W 2/10/82
 W 2/11/81
 W 1/12/80
 W 2/6/79

 W 2/27/78
 W 2/7/78

 L 2/9/77

 W 2/6/76

 L 2/8/75

 W 1/21/74
 W 1/13/73
 W 1/18/72
 W 1/19/71
 W 2/24/59 W
 1/18/58 W
 1/18/56 W
 1/26/55 W
 2/10/54 W
 2/14/53 W
 1/30/52 W
 1/31/51 W
 3/8/50 W
 2/15/27 L 1926 W
 1920 L



DUKE
(0‐10)

DATE W/L 11/20/96 L 1/7/87 L 1/13/86 L 12/1/84 L 12/29/77 L 2/12/77 L 2/14/76 L 3/11/66 L 3/16/63 L 3/11/60 L

SJU‐OPP 90‐60

SITE H

SJU‐OPP 59‐41

SITE C

SJU‐OPP 51‐58 65‐62 76‐80 71‐58 66‐76 58‐45 54‐55 44‐46
OT 49‐48 74‐64 56‐64 52‐43 50‐52
OT 29‐38 37‐38 27‐33

SITE N# P A P A P# A A N+ N# C C C C R R

SJU‐OPP 55‐78

SITE N

SJU‐OPP 50‐62 77‐67
OT 52‐64 69‐51 56‐72 69‐59 49‐57 92‐70 50‐37 85‐64 68‐54 59‐51 76‐65 63‐62 78‐73 65‐64
OT 52‐47 94‐79 108‐96 94‐87 89‐77 64‐81 82‐67 75‐65 93‐71 94‐72 71‐60 62‐52 90‐80
OT 77‐88 62‐53 66‐67 55‐51 78‐50 68‐53 87‐64 84‐75 82‐59 99‐77 83‐57 81‐78 69‐59 88‐58 66‐54 66‐34 68‐51 27‐22 26‐16 26‐17

SITE A H P P P P P P P H P P P H P H A H A P P P A P* A P H A A* H A P A H P H A H A P A H C H H H A

SJU‐OPP 60‐89 83‐93 66‐87 46‐59 61‐74 62‐72 73‐85 74‐76 59‐73 56‐58

SITE N# A P A N# A P N+ N+ N+

H

DUQUESNE
(34‐12) DATE 3/11/11 1/5/11 1/31/10 1/21/09 2/6/08 1/3/07 3/4/06 2/5/05 1/10/04 1/5/03 1/23/02 2/25/01 1/3/01 1/22/00 2/25/99 1/17/98 1/21/97 3/6/96 2/19/96 1/28/95 1/7/95 2/26/94 12/28/93 2/27/92 2/15/92 2/2/91 1/5/91 3/3/90 2/24/90 1/7/90 1/5/89 12/3/88 2/13/88 1/17/88 1/10/87 1/3/87 3/1/86 2/17/86 2/3/86 2/9/85 1/31/85 2/11/84 2/2/84 1/13/83 12/28/72 3/8/69

W/L W L L W L W W W W W W W W W W L W W W W W W L W L W L L L W W L L W W W W W W W W W W W W L

SJU‐OPP 93‐90
OT 63‐75 71‐74 99‐98
OT 88‐102 89‐41 79‐63 83‐60 78‐61 76‐56 63‐47 90‐70 75‐60 62‐59 75‐68 77‐88 82‐74 80‐72
OT 76‐70 90‐77 67‐62 82‐68 65‐73 100‐87 74‐77 74‐63 95‐98 70‐96 71‐81 79‐64 84‐81 69‐73 75‐77 82‐70 78‐71 80‐76 60‐59 90‐75 67‐63 81‐54 70‐56 76‐70 92‐54 68‐58 76‐71 52‐74

EAST
CAROLINA
(0‐2) DATE W/L 11/25/97 L 12/19/96 L

SJU‐OPP 78‐81 64‐68

EASTERN
WASHINGTON
(0‐1) DATE W/L 11/15/01 L

EVANSVILLE
(1‐1) DATE W/L 12/13/69 L 1/28/69 W

FAIRFIELD
(20‐4)
 DATE 11/23/10 12/21/07 11/14/06 11/21/05 12/7/04 2/8/03 12/7/85 12/8/84 12/3/83 12/11/82 2/18/78 1/8/77 2/21/76 1/24/75 2/2/74 1/20/73 2/9/72 12/12/70 1/31/70 12/7/68 2/21/68 12/16/66 12/4/65 12/1/64

W/L W W W W W W W W W W L W L W W W W W W L W L W W

SITE H A

SJU‐OPP 67‐68

SITE N#

SJU‐OPP 75‐73 95‐84

SITE A P

SJU‐OPP 60‐51 78‐70 63‐47 72‐41 59‐51 82‐64 72‐69 81‐64 82‐71 110‐82 62‐86 101‐91 74‐75 63‐56 68‐59 96‐69 92‐78 89‐67 78‐69 69‐77 82‐78 68‐82 100‐74 95‐64

SITE A# A H A H A A
 H
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 H A
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 A
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 A
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 A
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 A
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 A
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 A
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FARLEIGH
DICKINSON
(2‐0) DATE W/L 11/12/07 W 1/22/98 W

SITE N* H A P A H A H A H A A H A H A H C* A H A H A A H H A P* A H H A A H H A H* A H P A A H A P# N+

SJU‐OPP 86‐66 78‐74

SITE N# H

FLORIDA
(1‐1) DATE W/L 12/27/67 W 12/19/56 L

FORDHAM
(27‐16)
 DATE 2/13/11 1/9/10 3/7/09 3/12/08 2/2/08 1/17/07 2/22/06 3/5/05 1/5/05 2/18/04 1/13/04 2/8/03 1/22/03 2/13/02 1/16/02 2/18/01 2/13/00
 1/5/00 2/16/99 1/16/99 2/25/98 2/15/98 2/16/97 2/6/97 2/25/96 1/22/96 12/28/91 12/21/91 12/3/90 2/17/82 12/28/74 1956 1955 12/7/33 1/15/30 1/16/29 1/7/27 1925 1922 1922 1921 1920 1919

W/L W W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W W W L W L W W W W W L W L W L W L L


 L


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FURMAN
(2‐0) DATE 2/11/56 1/15/55

W/L W W

SJU‐OPP 89‐69 72‐86

SITE N# N#

SJU‐OPP 76‐70 82‐69 71‐54 61‐47 70‐55 56‐55
OT 64‐58 67‐53 53‐50 72‐54 79‐35 82‐64 79‐46 84‐77 83‐72 88‐78 93‐86 82‐74 68‐76 82‐80 77‐88 84‐75 77‐66 71‐53 69‐58 68‐64 66‐77 87‐75 73‐74 65‐54 66‐94 89‐71 52‐61 24‐39 20‐22 25‐27
OT


 10‐43 16‐23 32‐41 23‐28 19‐31 17‐43 36‐22

SITE A H A N* H A A H A A H A H A H H H A A H A H A H H A N A H A N A H A A P A A H H H A H

SJU‐OPP 84‐82
OT 85‐76

SITE P C

GEORGE
MASON
(1‐0) DATE 3/12/02

W/L W

SJU‐OPP 73‐64

GEORGETOWN
(16‐16) DATE 1/8/80 1/2/79 12/18/77 1/26/77 2/12/75 2/5/74 1/24/73 2/16/72 12/5/71 1/14/70 2/25/69 12/6/68 12/6/66 2/11/66 2/3/65 2/5/79 12/1/62 2/7/62 2/27/59 3/1/58 3/2/57 2/1/56 12/17/55 12/12/54 2/25/53 2/10/42 1/22/27 1925



 1/12/23 1923 1921‐22

 1913

W/L L W L L L W W W W L W L W W W W W W W W W L L L L W L L L L L L

SJU‐OPP 53‐62 37‐36 55‐61
2OT 64‐76 70‐89 70‐64 70‐59 81‐70 72‐60 80‐89 54‐45 74‐88 86‐82 111‐71 80‐72 79‐70 81‐74 81‐70 98‐80 70‐67
2OT 77‐58 72‐84 53‐61 71‐75 73‐64 58‐43 14‐17 16‐22 23‐25 25‐46 13‐53 14‐44

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 129

SITE A++ SITE P A H A A H A P A P A P A P A P A P P A P A H A H H A

GEORGE
WASHINGTON
(31‐24) DATE 3/8/11 1/8/11 3/3/10 2/4/09 1/30/08 3/8/07 2/14/07 1/24/07 2/11/06 1/14/06 3/12/05 3/1/05 1/13/04 1/29/03 1/19/02 1/10/01 1/19/00 2/12/99 2/7/98 3/7/97 1/15/97 3/7/96 3/2/96 1/26/95 1/12/95 2/5/94 1/19/94 2/25/93 1/30/93 2/20/92 2/1/92 3/4/91 1/19/91 11/26/90 2/5/90 11/29/89 2/6/89 1/29/89 2/27/88 2/4/88 2/17/87 2/9/87 2/6/86 1/11/86 3/7/85 2/7/85 1/19/85 2/9/84 1/21/84 3/2/83 2/11/76 1/18/74 12/9/55 2/25/32 1/15/32

W/L W L W W W L W L L L L W W L W W W L L W W L W L W L W W L W L L L L L L W W W W W W W W W W W W L W L L L W L

SJU‐OPP 71‐59
OT 71‐78 80‐71 66‐58 61‐59 48‐58 62‐56 65‐74 62‐64 70‐82 67‐76 71‐56 90‐81 68‐74 92‐74 76‐71 102‐91 70‐94 62‐67 78‐70 55‐53 71‐81 86‐82 65‐75 79‐65 65‐78 63‐56 74‐73 59‐78 79‐72 80‐81 82‐84
OT 65‐73 74‐84 73‐83 67‐81 83‐81 74‐67 64‐62 67‐55 83‐76 84‐76 76‐56 87‐73 52‐49 64‐40 75‐62 73‐61 68‐76 92‐82 75‐82 62‐71 60‐71 32‐31 25‐43

GEORGIA
STATE
(0‐1) DATE W/L 12/21/01 L

SJU‐OPP 90‐95

GEORGIA
TECH
(1‐0) DATE 3/15/01

W/L W

GONZAGA
(2‐3) DATE W/L 11/29/07 L 12/31/05 L 11/14/03 W 12/31/02 W 12/31/01 L

HARTFORD
(1‐0) DATE 12/5/92

W/L W

HARVARD
(1‐0) DATE W/L 12/30/98 W

HAWAII
(3‐3) DATE 12/28/73 2/23/63 2/16/62 2/4/61 2/6/60 2/22/47

W/L L W L W L W

HOFSTRA
(23‐3) DATE W/L 12/28/06 L 3/20/06 L 3/16/05 W 1/27/94 W

SITE A H A P A N* H A H A N* A H A H A H A H S* A C* H A H A H H A H A P* H A A P A H H A H A H A N* A H P A H A H H H H SITE A

SJU‐OPP 66‐62

SITE N+

SJU‐OPP 65‐70
OT 94‐102 73‐66 79‐78
OT 80‐83

SITE H A N# A H

SJU‐OPP 93‐69

SITE H

SJU‐OPP 87‐69

SITE H

SJU‐OPP 62‐73 66‐49 71‐72 65‐54 73‐80 66‐53

SITE A P P P P C

SJU‐OPP 63‐65 75‐77
OT 53‐44 79‐60

SITE N# H++ H++ A


ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS HOLY
CROSS
(5‐2) DATE 12/28/10 11/17/09 11/16/08 12/04/07 3/21/05 12/30/78 12/26/64

W/L W W L L W W W

IDAHO
(1‐1)

DATE W/L 12/26/50 L 12/7/46 W

ILLINOIS
(1‐0) DATE W/L 12/28/64 W

SJU‐OPP 65‐54 69‐67 69‐73
OT 66‐71 68‐60 62‐58 82‐62

SITE A H A H H++ N# P

SJU‐OPP 63‐64 60‐39

SITE C C

SJU‐OPP 75‐71

SITE

ILLINOIS‐CHICAGO
(1‐0) DATE W/L 12/17/82 W

INDIANA
(2‐2) DATE W/L 11/25/08 W 12/15/84 L 3/22/81 L 12/30/68 W

IONA
(3‐0) DATE 3/14/96 1/14/48 2/26/47

W/L W W W

IOWA
(1‐0)

DATE W/L 12/28/85 W

SJU‐OPP 77‐61

SITE

SJU‐OPP 80‐54 44‐81 46‐78 80‐72

SITE N# A A+ S

SJU‐OPP 82‐78 72‐45 58‐56

SITE A H H

SJU‐OPP 60‐56

SITE N#

JACKSONVILLE
(3‐1) DATE 1/10/81 12/13/80 12/27/75 12/22/66

W/L W W L W

KANSAS
(2‐5) DATE W/L 12/6/05 W 11/23/04 L 12/18/70 L 12/19/58 W 12/14/57 L 12/9/50 L 12/30/42 L



SJU‐OPP 44‐42 45‐40 90‐91 81‐63

SITE A P A H

SJU‐OPP 70‐67 51‐91 65‐80 67‐65 59‐66 41‐60 63‐38

SITE N A A N# P C C

KANSAS
STATE
(0‐2) DATE W/L 12/20/58 L 1/3/48 L

KENTUCKY
(0‐2) DATE 3/20/97 1/6/39

W/L L L

LAFAYETTE
(32‐8) DATE 11/17/06 11/18/05 12/29/99 1/6/82 3/6/81 1/19/80 1/20/79 1/14/78 12/7/76 12/3/75 3/1/74 2/23/66 1/16/65 2/19/64 2/8/63 3/6/62 2/11/61 3/2/60 1/20/59 1/29/58 1/26/57 12/15/56 2/3/56 3/6/56 1/22/55 3/5/55 12/21/54

W/L W W W W W W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W L W L W L L W

SJU‐OPP 55‐68 44‐59

SITE N# C

SJU‐OPP 68‐83 30‐41

SITE N+ C

SJU‐OPP 81‐73 70‐47 83‐81
2OT 81‐57 59‐41 54‐41 65‐44 66‐64
OT 74‐70 88‐95 66‐61
2OT 108‐80 82‐68 111‐69 78‐60 78‐68 93‐77 78‐66 79‐71 98‐97
OT 87‐94 67‐60 68‐79 84‐80 62‐69 65‐83 59‐57

SITE A H N# P A H A P P A P A P A P A P A H A A P H A C A H

3/2/53 12/10/52 3/7/53 12/18/51 3/5/52 12/13/50 3/3/51 2/8/50 3/1/50 12/15/45 1/18/36 1/9/35 12/6/30

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

LA
SALLE
(62‐52) DATE 1/27/11 3/6/10 2/14/09 2/18/08 2/10/07 1/21/06 1/15/05 2/7/04 3/13/03 2/24/03 2/6/02 3/8/01 3/3/01 3/8/00

 2/15/00 3/3/99 1/23/99 3/4/98 2/28/98 3/1/97 1/20/96 1/23/95 1/12/94 1/19/93 2/11/92 2/16/91 2/12/90 12/5/88 1/19/88 12/26/86 2/20/86 12/11/84 12/6/83 2/5/83 3/5/82 2/13/82 1/31/81 3/1/80 2/2/80 2/28/79 2/17/79 3/1/78 2/4/78 1/15/77 1/17/76 1/15/75 3/2/74 1/30/74 1/6/73 12/30/72 1/5/72 3/6/71 2/27/71 1/3/70 2/15/69 1/6/68 3/3/67 2/26/67 1/8/66 2/26/65 2/1/64 2/23/63 2/16/62 2/4/61 2/6/60 2/21/59 2/26/58 1/9/57 3/9/57 1/4/56 1/29/55 1/30/54 2/20/54 1/24/53 2/11/53 1/26/52 2/16/52 1/13/51 12/16/50 1/21/50

W/L L W L L W W W W W W W W L W L L L W W W W W W L W W L L W W L L W L W W L L W W W L L L W L W W W W W W W W L L L W W W L W L W L W
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60‐70 73‐67 85‐57 52‐42 72‐63 54‐60 73‐68 54‐52 59‐60 46‐42 34‐30 48‐26 25‐23

A A H H A A H H A A H A A

SJU‐OPP 72‐76 74‐59 68‐75 89‐90 72‐50 66‐54 73‐38 89‐63 68‐48 75‐53 80‐71 82‐74 90‐91 65‐56 56‐59 54‐81 95‐98
2OT 73‐72 73‐69 62‐59 67‐65 83‐76 73‐71 53‐66 84‐80
OT 82‐73 76‐93 57‐81 73‐63 77‐70 69‐74 69‐74 74‐72 60‐79 83‐71 83‐77 56‐58 49‐59 58‐57 68‐63
OT 94‐87 82‐89 74‐82 61‐69 86‐75 60‐68 76‐71 75‐73 68‐55 77‐52 71‐55 81‐76
OT 66‐56 101‐99
2OT 67‐84 71‐103 70‐73 96‐83 92‐69 93‐85 70‐80 66‐49 71‐72 65‐54 73‐80 70‐63 82‐77
OT 97‐85 57‐61 69‐56 56‐62
 57‐73 78‐64 52‐79 63‐75 54‐53 50‐68 64‐77 63‐81 74‐53

SITE P H P P P P P P N+ P P S+ A S+ P S+ S S+ P S P A A S H A H P P P P P P P P* P P P* P H* P A* P P P P P* P P P# P P* P P P P P* P
 P P P P P P P P P P P P C C C C C C C C C C

2/4/50 2/5/49 2/7/48 2/8/47 2/2/46 2/10/45 1/3/44 1/17/44 1/16/43 1/17/42 2/14/41 2/16/40 2/3/39 1/28/38 12/28/36 2/16/37 2/1/36 12/30/35 1/19/35 2/13/35 2/3/34 2/10/34 1922 1/26/17 1917 1917 1916 3/15/15 1911 1910 1910 12/27/10 1/21/09 2/11/09

L
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LEHIGH
(14‐0)

DATE 12/20/09 12/2/08 1/21/82 2/16/81 1/21/80 1/13/79 2/27/70 1/7/65 1/7/64 1/9/63 1/31/62 12/17/60 1/12/60 3/4/59

W/L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

LIBERTY
(1‐0) DATE W/L 3/18/04 W

59‐79 41‐78 65‐70
OT 45‐48
OT 36‐38
 39‐36 53‐33 53‐37 48‐45
OT 58‐53 48‐40 33‐28 31‐32 18‐22 25‐21 28‐25
OT 40‐20 23‐19 28‐25 25‐32 15‐27 20‐39 44‐9 29‐30 28‐27 17‐22 31‐26 21‐29 18‐23 6‐10 16‐20 18‐22 24‐18 35‐29

C C C C C C A C C C C C C C

SJU‐OPP 77‐66 77‐64 64‐52 74‐47 65‐55 71‐50 65‐63 85‐55 66‐46 74‐61 94‐47 81‐61 83‐69 85‐63

SITE H A A H A H P A H A H A H A

SJU‐OPP 82‐63

SITE N+

LONG
BEACH
STATE
(1‐0) DATE W/L 12/3/99 W

LONG
ISLAND
(2‐1)

DATE W/L 1/4/80 W 2/5/37 W 12/23/35 L

LOUISVILLE
(0‐2) DATE W/L 12/9/06 L 3/22/56 L W/L L W W W W W W W W W W W W L L L L L W

SITE N# R R

SJU‐OPP 61‐59

SITE C

SJU‐OPP 64‐74 79‐89

SITE A# N++

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 130

SITE A H A H N# H A H A H H H A A H A A A

31‐20 21‐18 38‐20

LOYOLA
MARYMOUNT
(0‐2) DATE W/L 12/29/90 L 1/4/90 L

SJU‐OPP 111‐126 96‐99

MANHATTAN
(11‐6)

DATE 12/8/79 12/18/79 2/7/74 2/1/73 12/3/70 12/26/59 1/2/60 12/13/58 12/8/56 1/13/56 12/9/54 1/17/53 1/26/40 1/27/39 12/19/97 12/22/22 1917

W/L W W L W W W W W W W W L W L L L L

DATE W/L 12/8/82 W 12/30/80 L 12/29/79 L 3/18/72 L

SJU‐OPP 80‐76 46‐44
3OT 30‐35

SJU‐OPP 78‐80
2OT 83‐53 90‐70 73‐61 64‐52 58‐46 75‐71 72‐58 77‐74 58‐22 41‐19 37‐28 35‐34 17‐22 21‐29 15‐33 16‐24 21‐25 37‐31

W W W

MARYLAND
(1‐3)

SITE N#

LOYOLA
(MD.)
(16‐6)

DATE 1/4/96 1/2/95 12/4/93 1/6/93 11/28/87 12/3/79 11/25/78 1/7/78 11/27/76 12/11/37 1/6/37 12/20 1/11/36 2/15/30 1929 1923 2/2/24 1923 1/27/23

A H H A

SJU‐OPP 79‐76

LOUISIANA
STATE
(1‐0) DATE W/L 12/3/49 W

H A

1921 1919 1916

SITE A H

SJU‐OPP 82‐63 86‐63 73‐80
2OT 82‐61 71‐67 84‐70 82‐76 92‐57 70‐65 75‐74
2OT 78‐68 55‐71 38‐35
OT 37‐42 18‐28 18‐30

SITE N# N# A A A N# P A A P A A A C A H

SJU‐OPP 64‐56 57‐74 56‐62
OT 55‐67

SITE A A A N++

MASSACHUSETTS
(28‐31) DATE W/L 2/23/11 L 2/5/11 W 2/14/10 L 1/27/10 L 2/22/09 L 2/8/09 W 1/23/08 W
 1/09/08 W 3/3/07 L 1/11/06 L 1/22/05 W 1/12/05 W 2/25/04 W 1/21/04 W 1/11/03 W 3/8/03 W 2/19/02 W 1/5/02 W 3/9/01 L 2/27/01 W 2/19/00
 L 1/16/00
 L 2/7/99 L 1/20/98 L 2/21/98 L 1/3/98 L 2/25/97 W 1/5/97 W 1/10/96 L 2/28/96 L 3/6/95 L 2/25/95 L 2/1/95 L 3/6/94 L 2/22/94 L 2/15/94 W 3/4/93 L 2/11/93 L 2/8/92 L 1/23/92 L 1/7/91 L 12/1/90 L 2/28/90 L 2/17/90 W 3/4/89 W 3/1/89 W 2/13/89 L 2/6/88 W 1/11/88 W 2/15/87 W 1/24/87 L 2/15/86 W 1/18/86 W 2/14/85 W 1/17/85 L 1/19/84 W 2/16/84 L 2/26/83 W

H

SJU‐OPP 51‐69 67‐64 62‐70 80‐87 69‐70 68‐64 81‐77 98‐92 67‐71 58‐68 73‐54 59‐52 83‐58 92‐67 76‐47 52‐49 72‐67 63‐38 70‐75 84‐69 65‐76 69‐73 58‐59 55‐63 79‐82
OT 66‐72 78‐53 72‐68 89‐94
OT 66‐68
OT 57‐68 58‐77 62‐74 58‐74 73‐99 81‐80 43‐61 69‐81 73‐81 66‐91 60‐68 60‐83 57‐80 81‐75 87‐83 83‐81 68‐72 83‐78 62‐55 74‐60 58‐60 84‐50 88‐74 66‐54 80‐89 67‐66
2OT 89‐93 89‐78

SITE A H A H P A H A H A A H A H H A H A S* H A H A H A H H A H A P* H A P* A H A H A H H H A H P* H A P A H A A H H A P A A


ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS MIAMI
(FLA.)
(3‐1)

DATE W/L 2/6/91 L 1/3/91 W 3/12/64 W 1/20/51 W

SJU‐OPP 64‐87 92‐79 82‐76 58‐47

MICHIGAN
STATE
(1‐1)

DATE W/L 12/27/80 L 12/18/65 W

MINNESOTA
(1‐3)

DATE W/L 12/8/10 W 12/12/09 L 12/29/65 W 12/28/63 L

MISSISSIPPI
(0‐2)

DATE W/L 12/21/98 L 11/27/87 L

SJU‐OPP 67‐71 82‐65

SITE A P

SJU‐OPP 73‐83 74‐97 91‐65 63‐69

SITE H A P N#

SJU‐OPP 61‐66 51‐59

SITE N# N#

MISSISSIPPI
STATE
(3‐1)

DATE 12/27/97 12/37/94 12/28/37 1/12/37

W/L W L W W

MISSOURI
(2‐0)

DATE W/L 3/14/85 W 12/29/39 W

MONMOUTH
(0‐1) DATE W/L 12/28/94 L

SJU‐OPP 65‐58 66‐76 39‐23 37‐28

SITE N# N# C C

SJU‐OPP 68‐67 399‐38

SITE A++ C

SJU‐OPP 71‐62

SITE N#

MOREHEAD
STATE
(1‐0) DATE 2/3/73

W/L W

SJU‐OPP 103‐84

MORGAN
STATE
(1‐0) DATE W/L 12/4/92 W

SJU‐OPP 103‐80

MOUNT
ST.
MARY’S
(10‐1)

DATE 1/19/78 1/31/76 12/8/71 2/1/69 1/13/68 11/30/63 2/5/63 1/20/62 12/15/48 1922 12/22/09

W/L W W W W W W W W W L W

SJU‐OPP 82‐67 72‐57 88‐62 99‐77 80‐66 73‐62 82‐60 88‐71 63‐57 30‐43 31‐13

MURRAY
STATE
(0‐1) DATE W/L 12/30/52 L

NAVY
(1‐5)

DATE W/L 3/14/59 L 2/9/55 L 2/22/22 W 1920 L 1919 L 1919 L

NEBRASKA
(0‐1) DATE W/L 3/28/96 L

NEVADA
(2‐0)

DATE W/L 12/15/71 W 12/14/46 W

NEW
MEXICO
(0‐1) DATE W/L 12/19/69 L

NIAGARA
(3‐2)

DATE 12/18/71 1/23/71 12/27/65 1/5/28 1923

W/L L L W W W

SITE A H N++ C

SITE A SITE H SITE H H P P P P H P H

SJU‐OPP 63‐76

SITE H

SJU‐OPP 56‐70 68‐74 32‐26 8‐39 13‐31 20‐49

SITE N+ A A

SJU‐OPP 59‐60

SITE N++

SJU‐OPP 128‐66 49‐38

SITE P C

SJU‐OPP 77‐78

SITE A

SJU‐OPP 67‐88 76‐77 95‐72 39‐25 20‐13

SITE P P P H H

NORFOLK
STATE
(1‐0) DATE W/L 11/20/10 W

SJU‐OPP 70‐55

NORTH
CAROLINA
(3‐5)

DATE 12/22/01 2/6/81 12/29/71 12/29/45 1/3/42 1/6/41 1/22/38 1/16/37

W/L L L L L W W W L

SJU‐OPP 76‐92 64‐87 77‐93 36‐47 33‐28 42‐41 34‐29 34‐36

NORTH
CAROLINA
STATE
(0‐3)

DATE W/L 2/7/81 L 12/28/78 L 3/13/65 L

SJU‐OPP 42‐47 61‐70 81‐103

NORTHEASTERN
(1‐1) DATE W/L 12/18/82 W 3/12/82 L

SJU‐OPP 99‐73 62‐63

NORTHERN
ILLINOIS
(2‐0) DATE W/L 2/11/70 W 2/3/69 W

NOTRE
DAME
(0‐1) DATE W/L 12/29/92 L

OHIO
(1‐3)

DATE W/L 12/10/06 L 12/29/76 W 1/6/40 L 12/21/38 L

OHIO
STATE
(0‐5)

DATE W/L 12/10/05 L 12/31/04 L 12/19/83 L 3/7/79 L 3/24/61 L

OKLAHOMA
(0‐1) DATE W/L 3/21/08 L

W/L L W W W L W L W L W W

OREGON
(0‐1) DATE W/L 12/19/38 L

PACIFIC
(4‐1)

DATE 12/27/03 12/28/02 3/13/97 12/30/87 12/3/71

W/L W L W W W

PENN
(46‐33)

DATE W/L 1/22/11 L 1/25/10 W 1/24/09 W 1/19/08 W

SITE N# N+

SJU‐OPP 65‐68

SITE N#

SJU‐OPP 72‐79 69‐67 39‐59 44‐58

SITE N# N# H H

SJU‐OPP 74‐81 61‐72 61‐64 66‐80 69‐95

SITE P A N A++ N

SJU‐OPP 64‐72

SITE N+

SJU‐OPP 62‐64

SITE N+

SJU‐OPP 62‐66 75‐72 63‐47 70‐65 65‐72 67‐53 60‐62 92‐82 63‐87 69‐63 52‐51

SITE A A H H A H A H A P A

SJU‐OPP 44‐54

SITE C

OREGON
STATE
(1‐1) DATE W/L 12/28/88 L 12/27/85 W

SITE P A N+

SITE P A

OLD
DOMINION
(7‐4)

DATE 12/22/04 11/29/03 12/1/02 11/29/00 12/8/98 12/6/97 1/2/96 1/4/95 12/4/84 2/3/82 1/5/80

SITE N N# N# C C C C R

SJU‐OPP 97‐79 69‐68

OKLAHOMA
STATE
(0‐1) DATE W/L 3/27/04 L

SITE H#

SJU‐OPP 67‐89 64‐46

SITE N# N#

SJU‐OPP 73‐55 50‐62 75‐65 78‐75 64‐58

SITE H A N+ N# N#

SJU‐OPP 61‐73 85‐64 80‐68 82‐42

SITE P P P P

1/27/07 1/28/06 1/25/05 12/6/03 1/25/03 1/26/02 12/8/01 1/27/01 1/31/00 1/18/99 1/24/98 1/18/97 1/16/96 1/21/95 12/11/93 1/25/93 12/9/91 1/16/91 1/16/90 1/17/89 2/23/88 1/27/87 1/21/86 12/22/84 1/14/84 1/15/83 1/12/82 1/28/81 1/23/80 1/16/79 1/25/78 1/19/77 12/20/75 1/21/75 1/15/74 12/13/72 2/29/72 1/13/71 1/24/70 12/30/69 12/21/68 12/22/67 1/21/67 1/22/66 1/23/65 1/29/64 12/22/62 1/17/62 2/14/61 12/29/60 2/11/59 2/1/58 2/20/57 1/28/56 3/9/49 3/6/48 1/15/47 1/26/46 1/13/45 1/15/44 2/24/37 2/26/36 12/12/34 12/9/33 2/25/33 12/16/31 12/13/30 12/7/29 12/1/28 12/3/27 12/18/26 12/19/25 12/20/25 1923 12/9/22

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

 L

 W
 W
 L

 W
 L

 L

 W
 L

 L

 L

 L

 L
 L

 L

 L

 L



PENN
STATE
(9‐14)

DATE 11/16/10 12/1/07 11/25/06 2/9/91 2/21/91 2/3/90 2/10/90 1/7/89 1/26/89 1/30/88 2/21/88 3/7/88 1/31/87 2/25/87 3/1/87 1/4/86 1/30/86 2/27/86

W/L L W L L L L L L L L L W L L W W L W

84‐74 47‐44 67‐59 67‐59 66‐48 60‐62 67‐61 67‐61 65‐68 58‐66 57‐55 66‐61 86‐70 92‐82
OT 77‐79 94‐72 82‐81 87‐79 77‐69 64‐56 76‐64 83‐81 59‐50 59‐57
OT 86‐66 85‐79 79‐56 63‐61 60‐56
3OT 42‐43 69‐80 55‐63 77‐71 70‐79 53‐55 53‐54 64‐77 58‐62 56‐63 69‐88 63‐58 78‐57 85‐78 79‐69 88‐72 51‐66 77‐78 60‐66 88‐73 85‐68 80‐77 77‐70 79‐71 72‐60 76‐72 62‐50 56‐52 54‐55 46‐63 48‐37 37‐36 25‐29 29‐37 26‐38 19‐36 26‐17 19‐23 18‐19 24‐26
OT 24‐28 30‐35 14‐31 18‐34 11‐21 17‐29

P P P P P P P P P P P P S H S A S H P P P P P S P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P N# P P P P P P P P P N# P P P P P P P C C C P P P P P P P P P

SJU‐OPP 57‐66 79‐67 61‐65 68‐84 67‐71 72‐92 53‐61 67‐78 78‐80 59‐61 52‐78
OT 85‐78
OT 82‐95 67‐83 81‐78 72‐42 54‐59 59‐51

SITE A P A A H A H H A P L N* A H A H A H

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 131

A A A A A

1/26/85 2/2/84 1/28/84 2/4/84 12/14/82

W W W W L

PITTSBURGH
(0‐2) DATE W/L 12/14/74 L 3/9/74 L

PRINCETON
(6‐8)

DATE 12/5/10 1/2/10 11/16/01 12/18/95 12/3/94 12/9/89 12/10/88 12/9/80 1/26/80 12/11/76 1/3/76 3/11/63 3/17/61 1/12/44

W/L L L W L W L L W L L L W W W

84‐60 72‐53 75‐63 80‐72 69‐79 SJU‐OPP 60‐72 42‐54

SITE A N+

SJU‐OPP 65‐74 62‐70 74‐63 78‐88 58‐38 47‐62 53‐59
OT
 51‐50
OT 53‐56 43‐46 46‐56 82‐81
OT 72‐67 48‐31

SITE A H N# A H P A A P A P P+ N+ A

PROVIDENCE
(10‐15)

DATE 3/19/96 2/19/80 12/2/79 1/11/78 1/5/77 1/13/76 1/8/75 1/19/74 2/7/73 3/10/73 12/11/72 2/13/71 12/16/69 2/12/69 12/13/67 12/30/67 3/7/66 3/2/66 1/2/65 3/12/65 2/26/64 12/26/63 2/26/63 2/21/62 1/23/60

W/L W W W L L L L L L L W L W L W L W W L L W W L L L

PURDUE
(1‐1) DATE W/L 11/22/09 L 12/30/71 W

SJU‐OPP 82‐62 54‐52 77‐66 69‐76 43‐46 46‐56 68‐82 62‐67 75‐81 76‐89 72‐65 76‐88 68‐65 77‐80 68‐65 76‐82 65‐48 86‐67 61‐65 73‐81
OT 67‐62 60‐53 64‐83 73‐76 63‐64

SITE A+ P A P A P A P A N+ P A P A P A N+ P A N+ P N# A P P

SJU‐OPP 60‐85 85‐74

SITE N# N

RHODE
ISLAND
(48‐26)

DATE W/L 1/19/11 L 3/9/10 L 1/13/10 L 1/10/09 W 2/24/08 W 1/13/07 L 2/18/06 W 2/26/05 L 1/7/05 W 2/28/04 W 2/14/04 W 1/19/03 L 2/1/03 W 1/31/02 W 1/9/02 W 1/24/01 W 1/6/01 W 2/8/00

 W 1/25/00 W 2/21/99 L 1/27/99 L 2/3/98 L 1/6/98 L 3/8/97 W 2/2/97 W 1/11/97 L 3/21/96 W 2/11/96 W 1/25/96 L 2/12/95 W 2/7/95 W 2/13/94 L 1/9/94 L

A H H A P

SJU‐OPP 59‐64 76‐87 74‐101 92‐86
3OT 90‐83 81‐86 57‐55 60‐65 60‐52 57‐55 73‐59 57‐58 69‐53 71‐58 87‐71 82‐67 92‐67 80‐57 68‐53 67‐73 68‐82 76‐94 68‐83 61‐56 79‐77 70‐74 76‐59 69‐64 83‐86 81‐64 74‐69 64‐73 68‐76

SITE H A* A P A H A A H A H A H H A H A H A H A A H S* H A P++ H A H A H A


ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS 2/25/89 1/3/89 1/23/88 1/9/88 2/12/87 1/5/87 2/13/86 1/16/86 2/16/85 1/24/85 2/18/84 1/26/84 2/15/83 1/19/83 2/16/80 2/3/79 12/10/77 12/4/76 12/27/72 12/28/66 12/14/63 1/26/63 12/1/56 12/3/55 12/4/54 2/12/54 12/5/53 2/3/53 12/6/52 2/4/53 2/6/52 12/1/51

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

 W
 W
 W
 W
 W
 W
 W


RICHMOND
(13‐5)

DATE 3/2/11 2/2/11 2/3/10 1/28/09 3/13/08 1/12/08 2/24/07 2/25/06 3/10/05 2/16/05 1/6/04 3/1/03 2/13/02 3/14/86 11/25/77 12/13/61 12/19/57 2/13/54

W/L L L L W W W L W W W W W L W W W W W

RIDER
(17‐3)

DATE 11/30/09 11/14/08 12/2/81 12/2/80 1/2/80 11/29/79 12/6/77 1/22/77 12/16/75 12/4/74 12/5/73 12/5/72 3/3/72 1/11/72 3/5/71 2/23/71 1/6/70 2/5/69 2/24/68 12/20/66

W/L L W W W L W W W W W W W W W W W L W W W

RUTGERS
(18‐16)


DATE 11/26/10 3/16/06 12/5/00 12/8/99 2/21/95 12/6/94 2/19/94 1/15/94 3/7/93 2/14/93 1/10/93 3/4/92 1/21/92 3/3/91 2/13/91 12/6/90 2/21/90

W/L W W W L W W L L W L W L W W L L L

57‐83 65‐68 85‐91 80‐99 81‐86 89‐79 73‐66 72‐59 73‐56 48‐44 70‐54 74‐71 63‐64 88‐75 65‐59
OT 55‐48 61‐65 65‐75 89‐64 89‐75 71‐78 79‐70 81‐41 84‐72 82‐85 86‐81 70‐53 96‐83 88‐71 111‐92 65‐61 66‐61

P A A H H A H A H A P A H A A P A P P# N# A P A P A C A H A H H A

SJU‐OPP 54‐69 52‐62 58‐68 68‐56 61‐47 81‐63 68‐78 70‐39 63‐51 49‐36 71‐60 75‐59 59‐61 60‐59 85‐57 77‐56 90‐64 71‐59

SITE H A H A N* H A H N* H A H A N+ A P P C

SJU‐OPP 73‐81 69‐57 76‐53 71‐55 74‐76 79‐58 93‐83 72‐49 85‐70 71‐69 66‐46 92‐51 82‐77 77‐63 89‐69 81‐69 73‐79 92‐67 68‐49 91‐88
OT

SITE A WC H A H A H A P H P H P* A P* H A P A H

SJU‐OPP 76‐70 71‐62 67‐65 70‐73 63‐61 78‐52 72‐76 72‐81 71‐70 81‐90 93‐86 68‐74 75‐70 90‐87
OT 87‐95 69‐75
OT 80‐91

SITE P# H++ A P A H A H P* A H H A P* A H H

12/6/89 2/20/89 2/11/89 1/28/88 1/2/88 1/2/88 2/24/87 1/29/87 2/22/86 1/25/86 2/23/85 1/10/85 2/25/84 1/17/83 1/8/83 12/30/74 12/6/61

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

58‐75 74‐76 55‐91 83‐65 65‐60 65‐60 76‐83 79‐73 73‐60 71‐57 71‐57 76‐85 60‐59
OT 77‐79 65‐70 56‐91 102‐66

ST.
BONAVENTURE
(46‐16)

DATE 2/26/11 2/7/10 1/16/10 3/1/09 1/14/09 2/13/08 2/17/07 2/4/06 2/19/05 2/2/05 3/2/04 1/24/04 2/22/03 1/8/03 2/28/02 1/13/02 2/10/01 2/1/01 2/26/00
 1/12/00 2/27/99 1/3/99 1/31/98 1/14/98 3/6/97 2/22/97 1/9/97 2/19/96 2/5/96 3/5/95 2/17/95 2/9/95 3/5/94 2/10/94 2/3/94 2/22/93 2/8/93 1/27/92 1/12/92 1/28/91 1/10/91 2/15/90 2/8/90 2/4/89 1/21/89 2/18/88 1/14/88 2/2/87 1/15/87 2/1/86 1/6/86 2/21/85 1/12/85 3/8/84 2/23/84 12/13/83 2/7/83 12/29/69 3/3/65 2/15/64 12/27/60 3/15/58

W/L W L L W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W L L W W L W W W W W W W L L W L W W W L W W W W W L L W W W W W W W W L W W W L W L L L


SJU‐OPP 79‐65 71‐78 65‐68 73‐62 62‐51 81‐56 76‐68 82‐51 65‐47 95‐62 82‐50 114‐63 76‐72 75‐58 91‐84 93‐87 78‐76 104‐97
OT 74‐83 71‐76 64‐61
OT 64‐48 56‐70 55‐50 75‐59 86‐50 82‐80
2OT 64‐56 76‐72 84‐78
2OT 61‐69 56‐63 94‐83 78‐81
2OT 59‐55 70‐69 73‐60 75‐84 83‐75 87‐78 89‐69 83‐65 61‐58 88‐94
OT 65‐70 62‐60 75‐63 68‐62 86‐73 73‐65 81‐62 79‐64 76‐56 67‐68 59‐51 88‐73 68‐65 61‐96 95‐87 83‐94 70‐83 75‐79

SAINT
FRANCIS
(N.Y.)
(6‐2)


DATE W/L 1/4/57 W 2/18/56 W 3/24/56 W 2/17/34 W 1/9/32 W 2/21/31 L 2/7/29 W 1922 L

SJU‐OPP 78‐70 80‐76 93‐82 23‐19 21‐19 16‐24 22‐17

A H A P A A A H A H H A P A H N# A SITE H H A P A H A H H A H A H A A H A H H A
 A H A H S* A H A H P* A H P* A H A H A H H A H A P A A H H A A H H A N* A P A N# P A N# N* SITE P P N* H A A A

ST.
FRANCIS
(PA.)
(10‐5)

DATE 1/3/81 2/24/79 1/15/72 2/7/68 12/10/66 12/8/60 2/19/60 1/14/59 12/11/57 3/4/53 3/19/52 1/11/49 11/27/49 3/5/49 2/5/44

W/L W W L L W W W W L L L W W W W

ST.
JOHN’S
(13‐43)

DATE 1/14/80 1/28/79 2/23/78 1/12/77 1/3/76 2/19/75 2/13/74 2/21/73 2/26/72 12/9/71 2/18/70 12/10/68 1/17/68 1/11/67 1/19/66 12/15/64 1/25/63 12/18/62 12/20/61 1/11/61 1/7/59 12/29/58 1/17/59 12/7/57 2/12/57 2/19/55 1/9/54 1/31/53 1/5/51 1/27/51 1/7/50 1/29/49 1/10/48 2/1/47 1/5/46 1/12/46 2/3/45 2/12/44 2/8/43 2/14/42 2/19/41 2/3/39 1/11/39 2/12/38 2/12/37 2/15/36 1929 1/13/28 2/16/28 1927 1927 1926 1925 1924 1921 1919

W/L L L L L L L L W L L L L L L L W W W L W W L L L W W L L L L L L L W L L L L L L L W L L L L L L W W L L L L W L

SAINT
LOUIS
(2‐5) DATE W/L 1/15/11 L 2/9/10 L 2/18/09 L 2/28/08 L 2/1/07 L 3/9/06 W 1/25/06 W

SJU‐OPP 92‐72 57‐53 77‐79 76‐83 82‐71 87‐55 78‐69 82‐66 86‐91 77‐89 56‐65 67‐64 90‐64 83‐73 66‐49

SJU‐OPP SITE 55‐72 A 40‐47 H 57‐79 A 57‐74 P 62‐75 A 73‐92 P 59‐61
OT A 76‐65 P 77‐70 A 53‐66 P 46‐47 A 61‐64 H 72‐80 A 85‐89 P 72‐82 A 71‐56 H 72‐60 A 61‐56 H 64‐92 A 74‐71 P 82‐77 A 79‐90 N# 72‐97 P 58‐65 A 75‐63 P 71‐63 C 66‐69 A 62‐64 C 57‐59 A 71‐92 C 58‐76 A 45‐62 C 51‐56 A 55‐48 C 40‐59 A 33‐63 C 36‐52 C 36‐41 C 46‐76 A 39‐51 C 37‐45 A 35‐30 C 31‐43 A 30‐38 C 38‐39
2OT R 23‐30 A 23‐45 A 27‐34 A 35‐34 H 23‐22 30‐36 26‐37 13‐17 H 37‐46 2‐0
(Forfeit) 27‐33 SJU‐OPP 51‐67 52‐56 71‐73 55‐64 62‐73 56‐37 66‐54

SAINT
MARY’S
(CALIF.)
(2‐0) DATE W/L 12/19/06 W 12/28/05 W

SJU‐OPP 55‐51 70‐66

SAINT
PETER’S
(13‐1) DATE W/L 12/27/00 W 1/5/94 W

SITE H P P A P P P P P A N H H A C

SJU‐OPP 79‐69 65‐47

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 132

SITE A H A H H N* A SITE H A SITE H H

1/12/93 12/7/79 12/16/78 12/8/64 2/7/64 2/2/63 2/28/61 12/1/60 2/10/60 12/1/60 3/13/58 1/22/10

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

80‐63 38‐58 68‐64 98‐82 97‐84 76‐66 99‐72 84‐69 78‐73 84‐69 83‐72 61‐18

SAN
FRANCISCO
(2‐2)

DATE W/L 12/11/04 L 12/2/03 W 12/29/98 W 12/22/73 L

SJU‐OPP 54‐80 84‐52 63‐50 63‐80

SAN
JOSE
STATE
(1‐1) DATE W/L 1/2/74 L 12/22/72 W

SJU‐OPP 65‐67 90‐76

SANTA
CLARA
(0‐3)

DATE W/L 12/29/87 L 12/9/78 L 12/21/73 L

SJU‐OPP 54‐74 73‐87 56‐70

SETON
HALL
(18‐12)

DATE 12/29/95 2/21/70 2/19/69 2/10/68 1/14/67 2/9/66 1/13/65 1/15/64 1/5/63 1/4/61 12/31/60 1/4/61 1/9/60 2/6/59 1/4/57 3/20/56 2/19/32 1/3/31 3/3/31 2/8/30 2/13/30 2/2/29 3/3/39 1/14/28 1927 2/15/22 1922 1920 1920 1919

W/L L W W W W W W W W W L W L W W W L W W L W W L L L L W L L L

SIENA
(3‐3)

DATE 12/31/10 12/29/09 12/28/08 12/28/07 12/5/85 11/29/84

W/L W L L W L W

SITE H A P A A H

SJU‐OPP 60‐57 71‐64 65‐77 67‐81 61‐73 59‐78 54‐89 58‐64 SJU‐OPP 84‐71 SJU‐OPP 65‐79

SOUTH
FLORIDA
(1‐0) DATE 2/5/87

W/L W

SITE A N# N#

SJU‐OPP 58‐48 75‐92 74‐75 74‐68 53‐69 56‐43

SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA
(0‐1) DATE W/L 12/17/49 L

SITE A P

SITE A A P A P A P A P P N P A P A N++ H A H A A

SOUTH
CAROLINA
STATE
(1‐0) DATE W/L 11/18/00 W

SITE A# H N N

SJU‐OPP 74‐81 86‐77 92‐76 56‐50 85‐81 110‐64 115‐81 83‐76 92‐75 72‐71
OT 83‐91 72‐71
OT 88‐89 82‐64 65‐62 74‐65 34‐40
OT 18‐17 35‐17 31‐34 38‐37 35‐26 27‐46 21‐40 21‐40 22‐37 31‐27 18‐24 24‐36 28‐32

SOUTH
CAROLINA
(1‐7)

DATE W/L 3/31/05 L 12/21/99 W 12/20/97 L 11/30/91 L 12/22/90 L 1/29/77 L
 12/11/74 L 12/28/68 L

A N# P P A P P P P P N++

SJU‐OPP 84‐68

A A

A

SITE N++ P A H A P A S SITE N# SITE C SITE P


ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS SOUTHWEST
LOUISIANA
(0‐1) DATE W/L 12/8/72 L

SJU‐OPP 74‐85

SITE A

SOUTHWEST
MISSOURI
STATE
(0‐1) DATE W/L 3/18/93 L

STANFORD
(0‐1) DATE W/L 3/17/01 L

STETSON
(1‐0) DATE W/L 12/14/84 W

SYRACUSE
(4‐4)

DATE 11/13/07 12/4/99 12/6/91 12/5/81 12/26/56 12/10/47 2/19/46 1/31/45

W/L L L L W W L W W

TEMPLE
(65‐85)

DATE 2/20/11 1/29/11 2/20/10 1/6/10 3/12/09 3/5/09 2/12/09 3/15/08 3/2/08 1/26/08 3/7/07 2/22/07 1/10/07 3/10/06 2/14/06 1/8/06 2/22/05 2/12/05 2/21/04 1/31/04 2/13/03 1/14/03 3/3/02 2/2/02 2/13/01 1/16/01 2/29/00
 1/8/00 2/9/99 1/14/99 3/5/98 2/17/98 1/26/98 2/13/97 1/30/97 2/8/96 1/27/96 2/28/95 1/15/95 1/25/94 1/2/94 3/8/93 2/19/93 1/3/93 3/8/92 1/19/92 1/10/92 2/4/91 1/22/91 1/31/90 12/12/89 2/2/89 12/12/88 3/8/88 3/2/88 12/10/87 3/3/87 2/7/87 1/18/87 2/8/86 1/9/86 3/8/85 3/2/85 1/3/85 3/3/84 1/4/84 3/9/83

W/L L L L L L L L L L W W W W W L W W W W W W W L L W W W L L L L L L L L L L W L L L L L W L L W W L L L L L L L L L L L W W L W L L L L

SJU‐OPP 34‐56

SITE A++

SJU‐OPP 83‐90

SITE N+

SJU‐OPP 57‐55

SITE N#

SJU‐OPP 69‐72 60‐82 70‐72 59‐57 72‐63 51‐63 53‐52 45‐37

SITE A# A A A N# A A N#

SJU‐OPP 52‐66 54‐72 67‐75
OT 46‐73 65‐79 59‐68 59‐61 64‐69 56‐57 68‐67 66‐62 92‐76 80‐67 73‐59 44‐57 59‐57 63‐56 69‐57 76‐53 83‐71 78‐59 65‐55 84‐87
2OT 72‐82 71‐62 73‐51 62‐59 51‐64 78‐85 47‐62 52‐76 42‐50 62‐68
OT 62‐64 59‐68 58‐60 52‐54 73‐64
OT 64‐74 46‐60 54‐67 60‐71 65‐66 71‐66 59‐75 61‐74 60‐55 66‐60 56‐73 63‐78 54‐74 71‐79 57‐63 67‐79 62‐75 62‐83 68‐84 69‐78 69‐70 65‐63 80‐71 61‐62 70‐66 45‐77 58‐69 83‐89
OT 69‐88

SITE A P P A N* A P N* P A N* P A N* A P A P P A P A P A H A P A H A S* A P A H A S P A S A P* H A P* S H H A H A A P N* P A A* A P P P N* P P P S S*

2/19/83 1/22/83 1/23/82 3/4/81 2/14/81 2/9/80 3/3/79 2/21/79 2/11/78 2/28/77 3/1/76 2/18/76 2/15/75 2/16/74 3/3/73 2/10/73 3/4/72 2/19/72 2/6/71 12/28/70 2/28/70 2/13/70 3/1/69 1/18/69 3/1/68 1/27/68 1/28/67 2/5/66 12/30/65 2/13/65 1/11/64 2/16/63 3/9/62 1/27/62 3/11/61 2/18/61 1/30/60 1/24/59 3/8/58 1/25/58 2/28/57 3/10/56 2/22/56 2/5/55 2/6/54 1/23/54 2/21/53 1/3/53 3/1/52 2/23/52 2/24/51 2/3/51 2/25/50 1/2/50 2/26/49 2/17/48 2/12/47 3/2/46 3/3/45 3/4/44 3/6/43 3/6/42 3/1/41 2/28/40 3/3/39 3/4/38 3/5/37 12/16/35 1/13/34 12/19/34 1/17/33 1/20/32 12/17/29 1928 1924 1924 12/19/23 1922 1921 1915 1914 1913 1911

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

TENNESSEE
(1‐2)

DATE W/L 12/10/98 W 12/9/97 L 12/4/48 L

TEXAS
(0‐4)

DATE W/L 11/24/08 L 3/5/80 L 12/18/48 L 12/20/47 L

88‐59 80‐73 77‐82 60‐55 61‐58 53‐52
OT 60‐61 68‐76 65‐72 74‐81 72‐80 74‐62 67‐81 67‐73
OT 70‐60 74‐42 57‐65 58‐60 71‐64 57‐60 59‐63 55‐54 68‐67 59‐79 63‐94 67‐62 64‐72 105‐74 97‐65 73‐59 53‐52 64‐54 75‐65 53‐49 72‐62 86‐83
OT 59‐52 64‐57 77‐91 58‐73 48‐54 82‐89 77‐68 82‐83 58‐73 57‐56 53‐45 64‐70 59‐56 67‐76 75‐67 66‐63 74‐90 53‐61 56‐57 59‐54 55‐54 42‐62 47‐72 48‐46 28‐32 49‐46 53‐35 14‐39 38‐42 36‐40 32‐53 30‐32 27‐31 18‐32 19‐43 45‐28 32‐35 19‐33 38‐27 27‐19 31‐26 26‐12 22‐17 24‐11 33‐21 35‐24 22‐19

P P P H* P C P* P P P P* P P P N* P P* P P S# P* P P* P P* P P P P# P P P P* P P P P P P P P P P C C C H C W C

SJU‐OPP 55‐53 54‐74 68‐83

SITE H A C

SJU‐OPP 50‐68 61‐70 54‐55 57‐61

SITE N# N++ C C

C C C C A C C H C C C C C C R R A A A A A H H A

TEXAS
A&M
(2‐0) DATE W/L 3/23/05 W 12/28/92 W

SJU‐OPP 58‐51 64‐50

TEXAS
CHRISTIAN
(1‐0) DATE W/L 12/28/95 W

UTEP
(1‐1)

DATE W/L 12/28/97 W 12/9/72 L

TEXAS
TECH
(2‐0) DATE W/L 3/20/04 W 12/15/52 W

TOWSON
(2‐0) DATE W/L 1/18/10 W 12/9/09 W

TULSA
(1‐2)

DATE W/L 11/29/99 L 11/28/98 L 12/7/97 W

UTAH
(4‐4)

DATE 12/29/70 3/25/61 12/27/58 12/29/51 12/23/50 12/26/49 12/27/48 12/9/44

W/L W W W L L W L L

UTAH
STATE
(1‐1) DATE W/L 12/26/53 L 1/4/47 W

VANDERBILT
(0‐1) DATE W/L 11/19/00 L

VERMONT
(3‐2)

DATE W/L 1/6/79 L 1/21/78 W 1/24/76 W 2/1/75 W 1/4/75 L

SJU‐OPP 93‐92
2OT

SITE N#

SJU‐OPP 78‐67 62‐63

SITE A N#

SJU‐OPP 70‐65 62‐58

SITE N+ C

SJU‐OPP 64‐57 85‐64

SITE H A

SJU‐OPP 73‐79 55‐66 67‐64

SITE H A N#

SJU‐OPP SITE 74‐72 S 127‐120
4OT
 N+ 79‐65 N# 43‐56 H 57‐70 C 69‐68 C 54‐78 C 40‐65 C SJU‐OPP 64‐71 52‐48

SITE C C

SJU‐OPP 76‐78

SITE A

SJU‐OPP 61‐63 85‐69 63‐62 84‐70 74‐81

SITE A H A P N#

VILLANOVA
(24‐44)

DATE 12/13/10 12/9/09 12/11/08 2/4/08 2/6/07 2/7/06 2/7/05 2/2/04 2/3/03 1/28/02 12/11/00 2/17/00 12/1/98 12/23/96 12/18/94 2/6/93 12/8/90 1/20/90 1/24/89 12/12/87 2/19/87 12/21/85 2/19/85 11/30/83 2/22/83 1/31/82 2/28/81 2/23/80 2/9/79 2/25/78 2/19/77 2/28/76 2/22/75 2/23/74 1/27/73 2/4/72

W/L L L L W L L L W W L L L L L W W L L L W L W L L L W L W W L L L L W L W

SITE N++ N#

SJU‐OPP 60‐71 89‐97 56‐59 77‐55 39‐56 58‐71 52‐67 74‐67 92‐75 73‐102 75‐78 61‐68 49‐61 65‐81 60‐57 77‐66 82‐83 62‐69 55‐69 53‐52 87‐88
2OT 63‐61 44‐47 50‐57
OT 62‐70 84‐64 62‐72 60‐59 54‐50
OT 64‐72 78‐92 60‐71 67‐71 59‐53 72‐79
2OT 68‐65

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 133

SITE A P A P A P P A P A
 P A P A P S S A P A P P S P S P P P P P S P P P P P

3/13/71 2/20/71 12/19/70 2/7/70 1/11/69 2/17/68 2/11/67 1/16/66 2/20/65 2/22/64 1/12/63 12/28/62 3/3/62 1/28/61 2/27/60 1/9/59 2/12/58 1/19/57 12/14/55 2/17/39 2/11/30 1/31/29 1/11/27 2/18/26 1/29/25 1/18/24 1/31/23 1/20/23 3/4/22 1/25/22 2/16/21 1/15/21

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

VIRGINIA
(5‐2)

DATE 3/19/85 21/21/58 2/28/51 12/11/43 2/20/42 2/21/41 1/17/40

W/L L W W W W L W

75‐93 55‐63 75‐85 65‐92 62‐87 63‐54 73‐78 71‐69 69‐61 69‐63 61‐63 59‐54 59‐66 64‐63 78‐75 82‐70 86‐82 59‐51 83‐70 8‐36 19‐22 20‐35 17‐30 19‐25 24‐32 23‐24 26‐18 33‐34 26‐28 24‐18 14‐24 22‐31 SJU‐OPP 61‐68 86‐63 67‐54 52‐32 50‐37 39‐52 43‐39

P+ P N* P P P P P P P P P# P P P P P P P C H P H H H H H A H A H A SITE A++ P H C C C C

VIRGINIA
COMMONWEALTH
(1‐1) DATE W/L 12/4/82 L 1/27/82 W

SJU‐OPP 64‐75 60‐52

VIRGINIA
TECH
(2‐3)

DATE W/L 2/3/00 L 1/9/99 W 1/10/98 L 1/25/97 W 1/29/96 L

WAGNER
(1‐0) DATE W/L 11/27/93 W

SJU‐OPP 62‐68 78‐66 61‐72 68‐50 76‐85

SITE A H A H A

SJU‐OPP 87‐56

SITE H

WAKE
FOREST
(12‐4)

DATE 3/25/04 2/22/69 2/28/68 2/18/67 1/12/66 2/6/64 1/18/64 12/11/62 3/16/62 1/13/62 3/18/61 1/31/61 2/14/59 1/2/53 2/2/52 12/10/38

W/L W L W W W W W L L W W W W L W W

SJU‐OPP 84‐80 77‐87 85‐69 79‐66 97‐72 117‐91 73‐64 46‐75 85‐96
OT
 65‐63 96‐86 72‐70 76‐67 53‐71 76‐71 54‐49

WASHINGTON (1‐0) DATE W/L 12/27/67 W

SJU‐OPP 79‐74

WASHINGTON
STATE
(1‐0) DATE W/L 12/26/73 W

SJU‐OPP 72‐65

WEST
VIRGINIA
(10‐22)

DATE W/L 2/4/95 W 1/10/95 L 3/2/94 W 1/22/94 L 1/23/93 L 1/26/93 W 2/29/92 L

SITE A P

SJU‐OPP 71‐65 69‐71 91‐83 83‐97 81‐82
2OT 70‐67 82‐95

SITE N+ A P A P A P A N+ P N+ A P C C H SITE N# SITE N# SITE H A A H A H A


ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS 1/23/93 1/26/93 2/29/92 1/30/92 2/26/91 1/26/91 1/22/90 1/9/90 3/5/89 2/23/89 1/10/89 1/26/88 12/21/87 2/22/87 12/8/86 3/3/86 1/27/86 12/9/85 2/28/85 1/5/85 3/1/84 1/7/84 3/5/83 2/9/83 12/26/70 3/15/63 3/12/60 3/13/59

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

81‐82
2OT 70‐67 82‐95 77‐88 98‐89 94‐116 72‐82 62‐82 59‐79 50‐65 61‐76 73‐80 60‐70 68‐84 49‐61 72‐64 78‐70 45‐72 67‐71 50‐51 75‐72 74‐70
OT 66‐77 64‐93 100‐83 97‐88 100‐106 92‐95

WESTERN
CAROLINA
(1‐0) DATE W/L 11/17/00 W

SJU‐OPP 103‐53

WESTERN
KENTUCKY
(2‐6)

DATE W/L 11/12/10 L 12/21/00 W 11/27/99 W 12/20/52 L 1/1/49 L 1/24/48 L 1/25/47 L 12/27/44 L

SJU‐OPP 70‐98 74‐68 81‐55 83‐88 69‐86 74‐84 50‐56 48‐81

WICHITA
STATE
(1‐0) DATE W/L 12/29/64 W

SJU‐OPP 76‐69

WILLIAM
&
MARY
(2‐0)

DATE W/L 11/26/77 W 2/13/39 W

SJU‐OPP 69‐60 52‐43

WISCONSIN‐GREEN
BAY
(1‐0) DATE W/L 12/31/96 W

SJU‐OPP 64‐59

WRIGHT
STATE
(1‐0) DATE W/L 12/6/91 W

WYOMING
(2‐1)

DATE W/L 12/3/96 W 12/23/65 L 12/28/38 W

XAVIER
(21‐18)

DATE W/L 2/16/11 L 2/17/10 L 2/26/09 L 3/14/08 W 3/6/08 W 2/10/08 L 2/28/07 L 1/21/07 W 3/11/06 L 2/28/06 W 1/4/06 L 3/11/05 W 1/29/05 W 3/11/04 L 1/17/04 W 3/5/03 L 2/16/02 L 2/7/01 W 1/20/01 L 3/5/00 L 2/4/99 L 1/20/98 L 2/8/97 W 1/31/96 L 1/10/76 L 1/26/74 W 2/17/73 W

A H A H H A H A P* A H H A A H N* P A A P H A A P S N+ N+ N+ SITE N# SITE H A H C C C C C SITE P SITE N# H SITE A

SJU‐OPP 87‐77

SITE N#

SJU‐OPP 71‐57 92‐99 45‐42

SITE H A H

SJU‐OPP 54‐74 52‐88 54‐68 61‐53 71‐66 72‐76 62‐72 82‐74 61‐62 68‐58 58‐62 73‐68 67‐59 87‐97 81‐73 80‐88
OT 77‐84 79‐76 73‐86 66‐94 53‐59 62‐72 79‐65 71‐84 96‐109
2OT
 77‐71 78‐65

SITE H A P N* H A A H N* A H N* H N* A H A H A A H A H A A P A

1/26/72 1/30/71 12/6/69 12/14/68 1/9/68 2/1/67 2/26/66 1/30/65 12/20/63 2/2/62 1/14/61 1/11/58

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


75‐63 76‐74 83‐74 76‐67 71‐66 87‐80 101‐83 93‐78 75‐76 75‐68 75‐87 70‐66

P A P A P A P A P P A P

Records
vs.
Division
I
Opponents* SJU
W‐L Akron 2‐0 Alabama 1‐1 UAB 0‐1 American
 16‐4 Arizona
 0‐2 Arkansas
 0‐1 Army
 2‐3 Auburn
 0‐2 Austin
Peay 1‐0 Ball
State 2‐1 Baylor
 1‐0 Boston
College
 13‐7 Boston
U.
 6‐1 Bowl.
Green
 8‐4 Bradley
 1‐4 Brig.
Young
 4‐4 Bucknell
 17‐3 Buffalo 1‐0 Butler
 1‐0 California 1‐0 UC‐Davis 1‐0 UCLA
 0‐2 UC‐SB 3‐0 Cal
St‐Fullerton 1‐0 Canisius
 6‐2 Centenary
 1‐0 Charlotte
 6‐3 Chattanooga 1‐1 Chicago
St.
 0‐1 Cincinnati
 1‐3 Cleveland
St.
 0‐3 Colorado 4‐4 Connecticut
 2‐4 Coppin
State
 0‐1 Cornell
 3‐1 Creighton
 4‐4 Davidson
 7‐4 Dayton 12‐18 Delaware 26‐11 Delaware
St.
 1‐0 Denver 1‐0 DePaul 6‐10 Drake
 0‐1 Drexel 40‐9 Duke
 0‐10 Duquesne 34‐12 East
Carolina 0‐2 E.
Washington 0‐1 Evansville
 1‐1 Fairfield
 20‐4 Fair.
Dickinson 2‐0 Florida
 1‐1 Fordham 27‐16 Furman
 2‐0 George
Mason 1‐0 Georgetown
 16‐16 G.
Washington 31‐24 Georgia
State 0‐1 Georgia
Tech 1‐0 Gonzaga 2‐3 Hartford
 1‐0

First
Met 12/3/97 3/26/96 12/23/98 1/12/55 12/30/47 12/21/46 1920 12/18/56 12/30/96 3/15/02 12/30/76 1/9/65 2/25/83 12/26/62 1/14/50 12/29/62 12/22/51 3/19/05 1/31/41 12/20/03 12/10/04 12/28/46 12/12/81 12/11/81 2/24/42 1/27/65 1/25/81 12/5/98 12/30/88 2/8/58 3/16/86 12/26/38 2/7/53 3/15/95 12/11/80 1/1/38 12/17/56 12/19/39 1927 11/26/93 12/6/47 2/26/37 12/28/61 1918 3/11/60 2/25/38 12/19/96 11/15/01 1/28/69 12/1/64 1/22/98 12/19/56 1919 1/15/55 3/12/02 1913 1/15/32 12/21/01 3/15/01 12/31/01 12/5/92

Last
Met 12/12/98 11/26/08 12/23/98 12/8/92 12/1/93 12/21/46 1/27/75 3/21/03 12/30/96 1/2/09 12/30/76 11/20/09 12/21/10 12/29/80 12/27/86 12/29/82 11/19/06 3/19/05 1/31/41 12/20/03 12/10/04 12/27/47 12/21/96 12/11/81 11/26/02 1/27/65 3/5/11 12/23/99 12/30/88 12/27/69 12/2/87 11/25/01 12/29/89 3/15/95 12/6/09 12/11/10 11/26/05 3/12/11 12/30/03 11/26/93 12/6/47 11/23/09 12/28/61 12/1/10 11/20/96 3/11/11 11/25/97 11/15/01 12/13/69 11/23/10 11/12/07 12/27/67 2/13/11 2/11/56 3/12/02 1/8/80 3/8/11 12/21/01 3/15/01 11/29/07 12/5/92

SJU
W‐L Harvard 1‐0 Hawaii
 3‐3 Hofstra
 23‐3 Holy
Cross
 5‐2 Idaho
 1‐1 Illinois
 1‐0 Illinois‐Chi.
 1‐0 Indiana
 2‐2 Iona
 3‐0 Iowa
 1‐0 Jacksonville
 3‐1 Kansas
 2‐5 Kansas
State
 0‐2 Kentucky
 0‐2 Lafayette
 32‐8 La
Salle 62‐52 Lehigh
 14‐0 Liberty 1‐0 Long
Beach
St. 1‐0 Long
Island
 2‐1 Louisiana
St.
 1‐0 Louisville

 0‐2 Loyola
(Md.)
 16‐6 Loyola
Marym.
 0‐2 Manhattan
 11‐6 Maryland
 1‐3 Massachusetts 28‐31 Memphis
 1‐1 Miami
(Fla.) 3‐1 Michigan
State
 1‐1 Minnesota
 1‐3 Mississippi 0‐2 Mississippi
St. 3‐1 Missouri
 2‐0 Monmouth
 0‐1 Morehead
St.
 1‐0 Mt.
St.
Mary’s
 10‐1 Morgan
State
 1‐0 Murray
State
 0‐1 Navy
 1‐5 Nebraska 0‐1 Nevada‐Reno
 2‐0 New
Mexico
 0‐1 Niagara
 3‐2 Norfolk
St. 1‐0 North
Carolina
 3‐5 N.
Carolina
St. 0‐3 Northeastern
 1‐1 N.
Illinois
 2‐0 Notre
Dame
 0‐1 Old
Dominion 7‐4 Ohio
 1‐3 Ohio
State
 0‐5 Oklahoma 0‐1 Oklahoma
St. 0‐1 Oregon
 0‐1 Oregon
State
 1‐1 Pacific
 4‐1 Penn
State
 9‐14 Penn 46‐33 Pittsburgh
 0‐2

First
Met 12/30/98 2/22/47 12/5/62 12/26/64 12/7/46 12/28/64 12/17/82 12/30/68 2/26/47 12/28/85 12/22/66 12/30/42 1/3/48 1/6/39 12/6/30 12/17/09 3/4/59 3/18/04 12/3/99 12/23/35 12/3/49 3/22/56 1916 1/4/90 1917 3/18/72 1/26/83 12/27/91 1/20/51 12/18/65 12/28/63 11/27/87 1/12/37 12/29/39 12/28/94 2/3/73 12/22/09 12/4/92 12/30/52 1919 3/28/96 12/14/46 12/19/69 1923 11/20/10 1/16/37 3/13/65 3/12/82 2/3/69 12/29/92 1/5/80 12/21/38 3/24/61 3/21/08 3/27/04 12/19/38 12/27/85 12/3/71 12/14/82 12/9/22 3/9/74

Last
Met 12/30/98 12/28/73 12/28/06 12/28/10 12/26/50 12/28/64 12/17/82 11/25/08 3/14/96 12/28/85 1/10/81 12/6/05 12/20/58 3/20/97 11/17/06 1/27/11 12/20/09 3/18/04 12/3/99 1/4/80 12/3/49 12/9/06 1/4/96 12/29/90 12/18/79 12/8/82 2/23/11 3/29/05 2/6/91 12/27/80 12/8/10 12/21/98 12/27/97 3/14/85 12/28/94 2/3/73 1/19/78 12/4/92 12/30/52 3/14/59 3/28/96 12/15/71 12/19/69 12/18/71 11/20/10 12/22/01 2/7/81 12/18/82 2/11/70 12/29/92 12/22/04 12/10/06 12/10/05 3/21/08 3/27/04 12/19/38 12/28/88 12/27/03 11/16/10 1/22/11 12/14/74

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 134

SJU
W‐L Princeton
 6‐8 Providence
 10‐15 Purdue
 1‐1 Rhode
Island 48‐26 Richmond 13‐5 Rider
 17‐3 Rutgers 18‐16 St.
Bona. 46‐16 St.
Fran.
(N.Y.) 6‐2 Saint
Fran.
(Pa.) 11‐5 St.
John’s
 13‐43 Saint
Louis 2‐5 Saint
Mary’s

 2‐0 Saint
Peter’s 13‐1 San
Francisco 2‐2 San
Jose
State
 1‐1 Santa
Clara
 0‐3 Seton
Hall
 18‐12 Siena
 3‐3 South
Carolina 1‐7 S.
Carolina
St. 1‐0 USC
 0‐1 South
Florida
 1‐0 S.W.
Louisiana
 0‐1 S.W.
Mo.
St.

 0‐1 Stanford 0‐1 Stetson
 1‐0 Syracuse
 4‐4 Temple 65‐85 Tennessee 1‐2 Texas
 0‐4 Texas
A&M
 2‐0 Texas
Christian 1‐0 UTEP 1‐1 Texas
Tech
 2‐0 Towson 2‐0 Tulsa 1‐2 Utah
 4‐4 Utah
State
 1‐1 Vanderbilt 0‐1 Vermont
 3‐2 Villanova 24‐44 Virginia
 5‐2 VCU
 1‐1 Virginia
Tech 2‐3 Wagner
 1‐0 Wake
Forest
 12‐4 Washington
 1‐0 Washington
St.
1‐0 West
Virginia
 10‐22 W.
Carolina 1‐0 W.
Kentucky 2‐6 Wichita
State
 1‐0 Wm.
&
Mary
 2‐0 Wisc.‐GB 1‐0 Wright
State
 1‐0 Wyoming
 2‐2 Xavier 21‐18

First
Met 1/12/44 1/23/60 12/30/71 12/14/40 2/13/54 12/20/66 12/6/61 3/15/58 1923 2/5/44 1919 1/25/06 12/28/05 1/22/10 12/22/73 12/22/72 12/21/73 1919 11/29/84 12/28/68 11/18/00 12/17/49 2/5/87 12/8/72 3/18/93 3/17/01 12/14/84 1/31/45 1913 12/4/48 12/20/47 12/28/92 12/28/95 12/9/72 12/15/51 12/9/08 12/7/97 12/9/44 1/4/47 11/19/00 1/4/75 1920 1/17/40 1/27/82 1/29/96 11/27/93 12/10/38 12/28/67 12/26/73 3/13/59 11/17/00 12/27/44 12/29/64 2/13/39 12/31/96 12/6/91 12/28/38 1/11/58

Last
Met 12/5/10 3/19/96 11/22/09 1/19/11 3/2/11 11/30/09 11/26/10 2/26/11 1/4/57 1/3/81 1/14/80 1/15/11 12/19/06 12/27/00 12/11/04 1/2/74 12/29/87 12/29/95 12/31/10 3/31/05 11/18/00 12/17/49 2/5/87 12/8/72 3/18/93 3/17/01 12/14/84 11/13/07 2/20/11 12/10/98 11/24/08 3/23/05 12/28/95 12/28/97 3/20/04 1/18/10 11/29/99 12/29/70 12/26/53 11/19/00 1/6/79 12/13/10 3/19/85 12/4/82 2/3/00 11/27/93 3/25/04 12/28/67 12/26/73 2/4/95 11/17/00 11/12/10 12/29/64 11/26/77 12/31/96 12/6/91 12/3/96 2/16/11

*
Records
are
for
teams
as
Division
I
only


IN-SEASON TOURNAMENTS 1966‐67:

Saint
Joseph’s
67 ..........Brigham
Young
61 Saint
Joseph’s
89..............Rhode
Island
75 (Runner‐up) Providence
82 ................Saint
Joseph’s
76

ALL‐COLLEGE
TOURNAMENT (OKLAHOMA
CITY,
OKLA.) 1976‐77: Brigham
Young
68 ..........Saint
Joseph’s
56 Saint
Joseph’s
67 ........Ohio
University
62 (5th
Place) Saint
Joseph’s
69 ........................Baylor
67

2000‐01:

1969‐70:

Saint
Joseph’s
109 ................Cincinnati
92 St.
Bonaventure
96 ........Saint
Joseph’s
61 (4th
Place) Penn
88 ..........................Saint
Joseph’s
69


AMERICA’S
YOUTH
CLASSIC
 (NASHVILLE,
TENN.) Saint
Joseph’s
103 ....Western
Carolina
53 Saint
Joseph’s
84......South
Carolina
St.
71 Vanderbilt
78..................Saint
Joseph’s
76 (round‐robin
format,
no
champion)


1974‐75: Fordham
94 ....................Saint
Joseph’s
66 (4th
Place) Rutgers
91 ......................Saint
Joseph’s
56 1982‐83: Wake
Forest
88 ..............Saint
Joseph’s
65 (3rd
Place) Saint
Joseph’s
68 ..........Brigham
Young
65

ATLANTIC
CITY
CLASSIC (ATLANTIC
CITY,
N.J.) 1982‐83: Saint
Joseph’s
77 ..........Illinois‐Chicago
61 (Champion) Saint
Joseph’s
99 ............Northeastern
73 BAYOU
CLASSIC (LAFAYETTE,
LA.) 1972‐73: SW
Louisiana
85 ............Saint
Joseph’s
74 (4th
Place) Texas‐El
Paso
63 ............Saint
Joseph’s
62 BCA
CLASSIC (BERKELEY,
CALIF.) 2001‐02: Eastern
Washington
68 ..Saint
Joseph’s
67 (3rd
Place) Saint
Joseph’s
74 ..................Princeton
63 CABLE
CAR
CLASSIC (OAKLAND,
CALIF.) 1973‐74: Santa
Clara
70 ................Saint
Joseph’s
56 (4th
Place) San
Francisco
80 ............Saint
Joseph’s
63 (SANTA
CLARA,
CALIF.) 1983‐84: Ohio
State
64 ................Saint
Joseph’s
61 (3rd
Place) Saint
Joseph’s
106....Alaska‐Anchorage
54 (SANTA
CLARA,
CALIF.) 1987‐88: Santa
Clara
74 ................Saint
Joseph’s
54 (3rd
Place) Saint
Joseph’s
78 ........................Pacific
75 (SAN
JOSE,
CALIF.) 1998‐99: Saint
Joseph's
63 ............San
Francisco
50 (Champion) Saint
Joseph's
87......................Harvard
69
 CARRIER
CLASSIC
 (SYRACUSE,
N.Y.) 1981‐82: Saint
Joseph’s
73..........North
Texas
St.
69 (Champion) Saint
Joseph’s
59 ....................Syracuse
57 1991‐92: Saint
Joseph’s
87 ..............Wright
State
77 (Runner‐up) Syracuse
72 ....................Saint
Joseph’s
70 1999‐00: Saint
Joseph’s
83 ......Long
Beach
State
76 (Runner‐up)
Syracuse
82....................Saint
Joseph’s
60 CAROUSEL
TOURNAMENT (CHARLOTTE,
N.C.) 1956‐57: Saint
Joseph’s
86....................Davidson
84 Auburn
66 ......................Saint
Joseph’s
64 (4th
Place) Florida
86 ......................Saint
Joseph’s
72

2003‐04:

COACHES
VS.
CANCER
CLASSIC (NEW
YORK,
N.Y.) Saint
Joseph’s
73 ....................Gonzaga
66

1996‐97:

COACHES
VS.
CANCER
CLASSIC (ATLANTIC
CITY,
N.J.) Saint
Joseph’s
67 ..........................Tulsa
64

1991‐92: Memphis
State
77 ..........Saint
Joseph’s
60 (4th
Place) Fordham
77 ....................Saint
Joseph’s
66 EA
SPORTS
MAUI
INVITATIONAL (LAHAINA,
HAWAII) 2008‐09:
 Texas
68 ........................Saint
Joseph’s
50 Saint
Joseph’s
80 ......................Indiana
64 (6th
Place) Alabama
58 ....................Saint
Joseph’s
48 1988‐89:

Oregon
State
89 ............Saint
Joseph’s
67 Colorado
72....................Saint
Joseph’s
54 (8th
Place) Chicago
State
70 ............Saint
Joseph’s
55 GATOR
BOWL (JACKSONVILLE,
FLA.) 1967‐68: Saint
Joseph’s
89
 .................... Florida
69 (Champion) Saint
Joseph’s
79
 ............ Washington
74
 1975‐76: Wake
Forest
107 ............Saint
Joseph’s
83 (4th
Place) Jacksonville
91................Saint
Joseph’s
90 HAWK
TIP‐OFF
TOURNAMENT
 (PHILADELPHIA,
PA.) 1992‐93: Saint
Joseph’s
103
 ........ Morgan
State
80 (Champion) Saint
Joseph’s
93
 .................. Hartford
69 1993‐94: Saint
Joseph’s
90..........Delaware
State
60 (Champion) Saint
Joseph’s
87......................Wagner
56


2006‐07 Hofstra
65 ......................Saint
Joseph’s
63 (3rd
Place) Saint
Joseph’s
58 ......Boston
University
53 INDIANA
CLASSIC
 (BLOOMINGTON,
IND.) 1984‐85: Saint
Joseph’s
57 ......................Stetson
55 (Runner‐up)
Indiana
81 ......................Saint
Joseph’s
44
 JAYHAWK
CLASSIC (LAWRENCE,
KAN.) 1970‐71: Kansas
80 ......................Saint
Joseph’s
65 (4th
Place) Villanova
85....................Saint
Joseph’s
75 JERSEY
CLASSIC
 (PISCATAWAY,
N.J.) 1979‐80: Saint
Peter’s
58 ............ Saint
Joseph’s
38 (3rd
place) Saint
Joseph’s
72 .............. Manhattan
63

2005‐06:

JIMMY
V
CLASSIC (NEW
YORK,
N.Y.) Saint
Joseph’s
70 ......................Kansas
67

JOSTENS
CLASSIC
 (PHILADELPHIA,
PA.) 1986‐87: Saint
Joseph’s
77
 .................... La
Salle
70 (Champion) Saint
Joseph’s
86
 .................... Bradley
77

HOLIDAY
FESTIVAL (NEW
YORK,
N.Y.) Saint
Joseph’s
72
 .................. Syracuse
63 Saint
Joseph’s
79 ..........................Utah
65 (Runner‐up)
St.
John’s
90 ..................Saint
Joseph’s
79
 1958‐59:

1959‐60:

Saint
Joseph’s
84
 .............. Manhattan
70 Cincinnati
86 ..................Saint
Joseph’s
77 (3rd
Place) Saint
Joseph’s
78..........New
York
Univ.
65 1960‐61:

St.
Bonaventure
83 ........Saint
Joseph’s
70 Saint
Joseph’s
85 ........................ Penn
68 (6th
Place) Seton
Hall
91 ..................Saint
Joseph’s
83
 1963‐64:

Saint
Joseph’s
60 ................Providence
53 Minnesota
69 ................Saint
Joseph’s
63 (4th
Place) Utah
78 ..........................Saint
Joseph’s
73

CONNECTICUT
MUTUAL
CLASSIC (HARTFORD,
CONN.) 1989‐90: Connecticut
83 ..............Saint
Joseph’s
58 (4th
Place) Delaware
68 ..................Saint
Joseph’s
50
 COUGAR
CLASSIC (PROVO,
UTAH) 1971‐72: Saint
Joseph’s
64
 ...................... Pacific
58 (Runner‐up) Brigham
Young
73..........Saint
Joseph’s
72 1978‐79: Brigham
Young
90 ..........Saint
Joseph’s
71 (4th
Place) Santa
Clara
87 ................Saint
Joseph’s
73

The
 most
 memorable
 season
 in
 Saint
 Joseph’s
 history
 began
 at
 Madison
 Square Garden,
where
the
Hawks
defeated
#10
Gonzaga
in
the
nationally‐televised
Coaches vs.
Cancer
Classic.
Close
to
6,000
SJU
faithful
made
the
trip
to
New
York
to
give
the Hawks
a
homecourt
advantage.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 135


IN-SEASON TOURNAMENTS

LAFAYETTE
INVITATIONAL
 (EASTON,
PA.) 1974‐75: Catholic
72
 .................. Saint
Joseph’s
64 (4th
Place) Vermont
81 .................. Saint
Joseph’s
74
 LOBO
INVITATIONAL
 (ALBUQUERQUE,
N.M.) 1969‐70: New
Mexico
78
 ............ Saint
Joseph’s
77 (3rd
Place) Saint
Joseph’s
81
 .................. Colorado
79 1999‐00: Saint
Joseph’s
83 ........Lafayette
81
(2
OT) (Champion) Saint
Joseph’s
81 ..............New
Mexico
76
 MARYLAND
INVITATIONAL (COLLEGE
PARK,
MD.) 1977‐78: Maryland
62 ..........Saint
Joseph’s
56
(OT) (3rd
Place) Saint
Joseph’s
62..................Holy
Cross
58 1980‐81: Saint
Joseph’s
87.......... Bowling
Green
76 (Runner‐up)
Maryland
74.................. Saint
Joseph’s
57 MCI
HARBOR
CLASSIC (BALTIMORE,
MD.) 1987‐88: Mississippi
59
 .............. Saint
Joseph’s
51 (3rd
Place) Saint
Joseph’s
64
 .............. Loyola‐Md.
52 NIKE
CLASSIC
 (SANTA
BARBARA,
CALIF.) 1981‐82: Saint
Joseph’s
63
...... Cal.
St.‐Fullerton
59 (Champion) Saint
Joseph’s
77
 .... UC‐Santa
Barbara
53

2007‐08:

NIT
SEASON
TIP‐OFF (SYRACUSE,
N.Y.) Saint
Joseph’s
86 ....Fairleigh
Dickinson
66 Syracuse
72
 ..................Saint
Joseph’s
69

NORTHWESTERN
MUTUAL
SHOOTOUT (SAN
FRANCISCO,
CALIF.) 2004‐05: Saint
Joseph’s
84
 .................. UC‐Davis
56 (Runner‐up) San
Francisco
80 ............Saint
Joseph’s
54

PUERTO
RICO
HOLIDAY
CLASSIC (BAYAMON,
P.R.) 1998‐99: Mississippi
66 ................Saint
Joseph's
61 Saint
Joseph's
88............American‐P.R.
66 (6th
Place) UAB
72............................Saint
Joseph's
58 QUAKER
CITY
TOURNAMENT (THE
PALESTRA,
PHILADELPHIA,
PA.) 1962‐63: Saint
Joseph’s
58
 ........ Bowling
Green
57 Saint
Joseph’s
59
.................. Villanova
54 (Champion) Saint
Joseph’s
76
 ........ Brigham
Young
64 1964‐65:

Saint
Joseph’s
82
................ Holy
Cross
63 Saint
Joseph’s
75
 ...................... Illinois
71 (Champion) Saint
Joseph’s
76
 .......... Wichita
State
69 1965‐66:

Saint
Joseph’s
95
 .................... Niagara
72 Saint
Joseph’s
91
 .............. Minnesota
66 (Champion) Saint
Joseph’s
97
 .................... Temple
65 1968‐69:

Saint
Joseph’s
74
 .................... DePaul
64 South
Carolina
64
 ........ Saint
Joseph’s
58 (3rd
Place) Saint
Joseph’s
80
 .................... Indiana
72
 1970‐71:

Saint
Joseph’s
100
 ........ West
Virginia
83 Temple
60
 .................... Saint
Joseph’s
57 (3rd
Place) Saint
Joseph’s
74
 ........................ Utah
72

SETON
HALL/MEADOWLANDS
TOURN. (EAST
RUTHERFORD,
N.J.) 1995‐96: Saint
Joseph’s
93 ................TCU
92
(2
OT) (Runner‐up)
Seton
Hall
81..................Saint
Joseph’s
74 SPIDER
CLASSIC
 (RICHMOND,
VA.) 1977‐78: Saint
Joseph’s
85
 ................ Richmond
57 (Champion) Saint
Joseph’s
69
 ...... William
&
Mary
60 SUGAR
BOWL
TOURNAMENT
 (NEW
ORLEANS,
LA.) 1971‐72: North
Carolina
93
 ........ Saint
Joseph’s
77 (3rd
Place) Saint
Joseph’s
85
 .................... Purdue
74 1992‐93: Saint
Joseph’s
64
 .............. Texas
A&M
50 (Runner‐up)
Notre
Dame
68
 ............ Saint
Joseph’s
65 SUN
BOWL
CLASSIC (EL
PASO,
TEXAS) 1997‐98: Saint
Joseph’s
65........Mississippi
State
58 (Champion) Saint
Joseph’s
78 ............Texas‐El
Paso
67 TANGERINE
BOWL (WINTER
PARK,
FLA.) 1979‐80: Rollins
76
 .............. Saint
Joseph’s
75
(OT) (3rd
Place) Saint
Joseph’s
86
 .............. Manhattan
63

Saint
Joseph’s
89
............ Rhode
Island
64 Saint
Joseph’s
76
 ................ Duquesne
71 (Champion) Saint
Joseph’s
77
 .................... La
Salle
52

TOURNAMENT
OF
CHAMPIONS (CHARLOTTE,
N.C.) 2001‐02: Georgia
State
95 ............Saint
Joseph’s
90 (4th
Place) North
Carolina
92 ..........Saint
Joseph’s
76

RAINBOW
CLASSIC (HONOLULU,
HAWAII) 1973‐74: Saint
Joseph’s
72
.... Washington
State
65 Hawaii
73
...................... Saint
Joseph’s
62 (3rd
Place) Saint
Joseph’s
84
 .............. Sub
Pacific
72

WYOMING
COWBOY
SHOOTOUT (CASPER,
WYO.) 2001‐02: Mississippi
St.
76 ............Saint
Joseph’s
66 (4th
Place) Monmouth
71 ................Saint
Joseph’s
62

1972‐73:

PARADISE
JAM (ST.
THOMAS,
VIRGIN
ISLANDS) 2009‐10: Saint
Joseph’s
84 ..........Boston
College
80 (5th
Place) Purdue
85 ......................Saint
Joseph’s
60 DePaul
58 ......................Saint
Joseph’s
51

2003‐04:

PETE
NEWELL
CHALLENGE (OAKLAND,
CALIF.) Saint
Joseph’s
57 ..................California
57

PEPSI‐ONEIDA
BINGO
&
CASINO
CLASSIC (GREEN
BAY,
WISC.) 1996‐97: Saint
Joseph’s
74 ..............Austin
Peay
58 (Champion) Saint
Joseph’s
64........Wisc.‐Green
Bay
58

2010‐11:

PHILLY
HOOP
GROUP
CLASSIC (CAMPUS
SITES) Rutgers
68................................Fairfield
53 @Saint
Joseph’s
70..........Norfolk
State
65
 Saint
Joseph’s
60..................@Fairfield
51 Rutgers
83 ......................Norfolk
State
59

(THE
PALESTRA,
PHILADELPHIA,
PA.) Fairfield
91 ......................Norfolk
State
56
 (Champion) Saint
Joseph’s
76 ......................Rutgers
70

Head
 coach
 Jack
 Ramsay
 shares
 the
 1964
 Quaker
 City
 Tournament
 championship trophy
with
players
(from
left)
Cliff
Anderson,
Tom
Duff
and
Billy
Oakes.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 136


POSTSEASON TOURNAMENTS (NCAA
TOURNAMENT
HISTORY
 ON
PAGE
153)

AT
MADISON
SQUARE
GARDEN,
N.Y. Saint
Joseph’s
70......................Memphis
58 South
Carolina
60 ............Saint
Joseph’s
57 (Runner‐up) 2006:

AT
PHILADELPHIA,
PA. Saint
Joseph’s
71 ........................Rutgers
62 Hofstra
77 ................Saint
Joseph’s
75
(OT) WON
16,
LOST
14
‐
14
APPEARANCES

NATIONAL
CATHOLIC INVITATIONAL
TOURNAMENT

NATIONAL
INVITATION TOURNAMENT 1956:

1958:

1952:

AT
MADISON
SQUARE
GARDEN,
N.Y. Saint
Joseph’s
74
 .................. Seton
Hall
65 Louisville
89
 .................... Saint
Joseph’s
79 Saint
Joseph’s
93
 .......... St.
Francis‐N.Y.
82 (3rd
Place)

AT
TROY,
N.Y. Saint
Francis
(Pa.)
65 ........Saint
Joseph’s
56

MIDDLE
ATLANTIC
CONFERENCE PLAYOFFS

AT
MADISON
SQUARE
GARDEN,
N.Y. Saint
Joseph’s
83
 .............. Saint
Peter’s
72 St.
Bonaventure
79
 ........ Saint
Joseph’s
75

1967:

La
Salle 73 ........................Saint
Joseph’s 70

1968:

Temple 94 ........................Saint
Joseph’s 65

1964:

AT
MADISON
SQUARE
GARDEN,
N.Y. Saint
Joseph’s
86 ..........................Miami
76 Bradley
83 ........................Saint
Joseph’s
81

1969:

Saint
Joseph’s 83 ......................Bucknell 67 Saint
Joseph’s
68 ........................Temple
67 (Champion)

1972:

AT
MADISON
SQUARE
GARDEN,
N.Y. Maryland
67
 ....................Saint
Joseph’s
55

1970:

1979:

AT
COLUMBUS,
OHIO Ohio
State
80 ....................Saint
Joseph’s
66

Saint
Joseph’s 65 ..........................Lehigh 63 Temple
63
 ...................... Saint
Joseph’s
59
 (Runner‐up)

1971:

Saint
Joseph’s
89 ............................Rider 69 Saint
Joseph’s
8 ..........................La
Salle
76 (Champion)

1972:

Saint
Joseph’s 82
 .......................... Rider 77 Temple
65
 ...................... Saint
Joseph’s
57 (Runner‐up)


1973:

Saint
Joseph’s 92
 ................ Gettysburg 58 Saint
Joseph’s
70
 ...................... Temple
60 (Champion)

1980:

AT
AUSTIN,
TEXAS Texas
70 ............................Saint
Joseph’s
61

1984:

AT
THE
PALESTRA,
PHILADELPHIA,
PA. Boston
College
76 ............Saint
Joseph’s
63

1985:

AT
COLUMBIA,
MO. Saint
Joseph’s
68 ......................Missouri
67 AT
CHARLOTTESVILLE,
VA. Virginia
68 ........................Saint
Joseph’s
61

1993:

AT
SPRINGFIELD,
MO. SW
Missouri
State
56 ......Saint
Joseph’s
34

1995:

AT
ALUMNI
MEMORIAL
FIELDHOUSE Coppin
State
75 ........Saint
Joseph’s
68
(OT)

1996:

AT
NEW
ROCHELLE,
N.Y. Saint
Joseph’s
82 ..............................Iona
78 AT
PROVIDENCE,
R.I. Saint
Joseph’s
82 ..................Providence
62 AT
THE
PALESTRA,
PHILADELPHIA,
PA. Saint
Joseph’s
76 ................Rhode
Island
59 AT
MADISON
SQUARE
GARDEN,
N.Y. Saint
Joseph’s
74 ..............Alabama
69
(OT) Nebraska
60......................Saint
Joseph’s
56 (Runner‐up)

2002:

AT
FAIRFAX,
VA. Saint
Joseph’s
73 ............George
Mason
64 AT
ALUMNI
MEMORIAL
FIELDHOUSE Ball
State
76......................Saint
Joseph’s
54

2005:

AT
ALUMNI
MEMORIAL
FIELDHOUSE Saint
Joseph’s
53 ........................Hofstra
44 Saint
Joseph’s
55 ........................Buffalo
50 Saint
Joseph’s
68 ....................Holy
Cross
60 AT
COLLEGE
STATION,
TEXAS Saint
Joseph’s
58 ..................Texas
A&M
51

1974:

Saint
Joseph’s 64
 ........ Lafayette 61
(2
OT) Saint
Joseph’s
76
 ...................... La
Salle
71

EAST
COAST
CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT 1976:

Temple 80
 ...................... Saint
Joseph’s
72

1978:

Saint
Joseph’s
90 ..................Drexel 80
(OT) La
Salle
89 ........................Saint
Joseph’s
82

1979:

Saint
Joseph’s
68
 .............. La
Salle
63
(OT) Saint
Joseph’s
69 ......................Bucknell
61 Temple
61 ........................Saint
Joseph’s
60
 (Runner‐up)


1980:

Saint
Joseph’s
70
 ...................... Hofstra
59 Saint
Joseph’s
76
 .................... Bucknell
71 La
Salle
59
 ...................... Saint
Joseph’s
49 (Runner‐up)



1981:

Saint
Joseph’s
60 ........................Temple
55 Saint
Joseph’s
73......................Lafayette
63 Saint
Joseph’s
63......................American
60 (Runner‐up)


1982:

Saint
Joseph’s
65 ........................Hofstra
57 Saint
Joseph’s
83 ........................La
Salle
71 Saint
Joseph’s
75 ..........................Drexel
65 (Champion)

The
SJU
faithful
has
always
given
the
Hawks
a
tremendous
boost
in
the
postseason.
In 2004‐05
Saint
Joseph’s
hosted
three
NIT
games
in
Alumni
Memorial
Fieldhouse
and
went on
 to
 win
 a
 total
 of
 five
 straight
 games
 to
 advance
 to
 the
 NIT
Championship
 game
 at Madison
Square
Garden.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 137


ATLANTIC 10 TOURNAMENT HISTORY Atlantic
10
Tournament
Seeding
in
(


) 1983: (Qtr)

THE
SPECTRUM
(PHILADELPHIA,
PA.) Temple
88
(#3E)....................................(#2E)
Saint
Joseph’s
69

1984: (Qtr)

WVU
COLISEUM
(MORGANTOWN,
W.VA.) St.
Bonaventure
68
(#5)
 ......................(#2)
Saint
Joseph’s
67

1985: (Qtr) (Semi)

RUTGERS
ATHLETIC
CENTER
(PISCATAWAY,
N.J.) Saint
Joseph’s
52
(#3) ..........................(#6)
G.
Washington
49 Temple
62
(#2)...................................... Saint
Joseph’s
61

1986: (Qtr) (Semi) (Final)

(AT
CAMPUS
SITES)
 @
Saint
Joseph’s
59
(#1)
...................... (#9)
Penn
State
51 BRENDAN
BYRNE
ARENA
(EAST
RUTHERFORD,
N.J.) Saint
Joseph’s
60
.................................. (#5)
Duquesne
59 Saint
Joseph’s
72
.................................. (#2)
West
Virginia
64

1987: (Qtr) (Semi)

(AT
CAMPUS
SITES) Saint
Joseph’s
81
(#5)
 .......................... @
(#4)
Penn
State
78 @
Temple
84
(#1)
 ................................ Saint
Joseph’s
68

1988: (Qtr) (Semi)

WVU
COLISEUM
(MORGANTOWN,
W.VA.) Saint
Joseph’s
85
(#5)
 ..........................(#4)
Penn
State
78
(OT) Temple
74
(#1)
 .................................... Saint
Joseph’s
67

1989: THE
PALESTRA
(PHILADELPHIA,
PA.) (1st
Rd) Saint
Joseph’s
87
(#9)
 ..........................(#8)
Massachusetts
83 (Qtr) West
Virginia
79
(#1)
 .......................... Saint
Joseph’s
59 1990: THE
PALESTRA
(PHILADELPHIA,
PA.) (1st
Rd) Duquesne
96
(#9)
 ................................(#8)
Saint
Joseph’s
70 1991: (1st
Rd) (Qtr) (Semi)

THE
PALESTRA
(PHILADELPHIA,
PA.) Saint
Joseph’s
82
(#8)
 ..........................(#9)
Rhode
Island
65
(OT) Saint
Joseph’s
96
..................................(#1)
Rutgers
87
(OT) George
Washington
84
(#4).................. Saint
Joseph’s
82
(OT)

1992: (Qtr)

THE
PALESTRA
(PHILADELPHIA,
PA.) Temple
75
(#2)
 .................................... (#7)
Saint
Joseph’s
59

1993: (Qtr) (Semi)

THE
PALESTRA
(PHILADELPHIA,
PA.) Saint
Joseph’s
71
(#2)
 ..........................(#7)
Rutgers
70 Temple
71
(#3)
 .................................... Saint
Joseph’s
60

1994: THE
PALESTRA
(PHILADELPHIA,
PA.) (1st
Rd) Saint
Joseph’s
94
(#8) .......................... (#9)
St.
Bonaventure
83 (Qtr) Massachusetts
74
(#1)
 ........................ Saint
Joseph’s
58 1995: (Qtr) (Semi)

THE
PALESTRA
(PHILADELPHIA,
PA.) Saint
Joseph’s
84
(#4)
 ..........................(#5)
St.
Bona.
78
(2
OT) Massachusetts
68
(#1E)
 ...................... Saint
Joseph’s
57

2001: (Qtr) (Semi)

THE
SPECTRUM
(PHILADELPHIA,
PA.) Saint
Joseph’s
82
(#1) ..........................(#8)
La
Salle
74 Massachusetts
75
(#4)..........................Saint
Joseph’s
70

2002: (Qtr)

THE
SPECTRUM
(PHILADELPHIA,
PA.) Dayton
81
(#3W) ..................................(#2E)
Saint
Joseph’s
74

2003:


 UNIV.
OF
DAYTON
ARENA
(DAYTON,
OHIO) (Qtr) Saint
Joseph’s
68
(#1E) ........................(#4W)
La
Salle
48 (Semi)



 Dayton
76
(#2W) ..................................Saint
Joseph’s
73 2004: (Qtr)

UNIV.
OF
DAYTON
ARENA
(DAYTON,
OHIO) Xavier
87
(#4W) ....................................(#1E)
Saint
Joseph’s
67

2005: (Qtr) (Semi) (Final)

U.S.
BANK
ARENA
(CINCINNATI,
OHIO) Saint
Joseph’s
63
(#1E) ........................(#4W)
Richmond
51 Saint
Joseph’s
73 ..................................(#2W)
Xavier
68 George
Washington
76
(#1W) ..............Saint
Joseph’s
67

2006: (1st
Rd)
 (Qtr) (Semi) (Final)

U.S.
BANK
ARENA
(CINCINNATI,
OHIO) Saint
Joseph’s
67
(#5) ..........................(#12)
Dayton
55 Saint
Joseph’s
56 ..................................(#4)
Saint
Louis
37 Saint
Joseph’s
73 ..................................(#9)
Temple
59 Xavier
62
(#10)......................................Saint
Joseph’s
61

2007: BOARDWALK
HALL
(ATLANTIC
CITY,
N.J.) (1st
Rd)
 Saint
Joseph’s
66
(#6) ..........................(#11)
Temple
62 (Qtr) George
Washington
58
(#3)..................Saint
Joseph’s
48 2008: (1st
Rd)
 (Qtr) (Semi) (Final)

BOARDWALK
HALL
(ATLANTIC
CITY,
N.J.) Saint
Joseph’s
80
(#5) ..........................(#12)
Fordham
62 Saint
Joseph’s
61 ..................................(#4)
Richmond
47 Saint
Joseph’s
61 ..................................(#1)
Xavier
53 Temple
69
(#2)......................................Saint
Joseph’s
64

2009: BOARDWALK
HALL
(ATLANTIC
CITY,
N.J.) (1st
Rd)
 Saint
Joseph’s
72
(#5) ..........................(#12)
Charlotte
62 (Qtr) Temple
79
(#4)......................................Saint
Joseph’s
79 2010 (AT
CAMPUS
SITES) (1st
Rd) @Rhode
Island
87
(#5) ........................(#12)
Saint
Joseph’s
76 2011 (AT
CAMPUS
SITES) (1st
Rd) Saint
Joseph’s
71
(#12)
 ........................(#5)
@G.
Washington
59
(OT) BOARDWALK
HALL
(ATLANTIC
CITY,
N.J.) (Qtr) Saint
Joseph’s
93 ..................................(#4)
Duquesne
90
(OT) (Semi) Dayton
64
(#9) ......................................Saint
Joseph’s
61

All‐Time
Record:
32‐27 Titles
–
1986,
1997

1996: PHILADELPHIA
CIVIC
CENTER
(PHILADELPHIA,
PA.) (1st
Rd) Saint
Joseph’s
80
(#3E).. ......................(#6W)
Duquesne
72
(OT) (Qtr) George
Washington
81
(#2W) ..............Saint
Joseph’s
71 1997: (Qtr) (Semi) (Final)

THE
SPECTRUM
(PHILADELPHIA,
PA.) Saint
Joseph’s
75
(#1E) ........................(#5E)
St.
Bonaventure
59 Saint
Joseph’s
78 ..................................(#2W)
G.
Washington
70 Saint
Joseph’s
61 ..................................(#2E)
Rhode
Island
56

1998: THE
SPECTRUM
(PHILADELPHIA,
PA.)
 (1st
Rd) Saint
Joseph’s
73
(#5E) ........................(#4W)
La
Salle
72 (Qtr) Temple
76
(#1E)....................................Saint
Joseph’s
52 1999: THE
SPECTRUM
(PHILADELPHIA,
PA.) (1st
Rd) La
Salle
81
(#3W) ..................................(#6E)
Saint
Joseph’s
54 2000: THE
SPECTRUM
(PHILADELPHIA,
PA.) (1st
Rd) Saint
Joseph’s
65
(#4E) ........................(#5W)
La
Salle
56 (Qtr) Dayton
67
(#1W) ..................................Saint
Joseph’s
64

(from
 left)
 Bob
 Del
 Vescovo,
 Nemanja
 Petrovic,
 Terrell
 Myers
 and
 Dmitri Domani
hoist
the
1997
Atlantic
10
Championship
trophy
after
defeating
Rhode Island
at
the
Spectrum.



SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 138


NCAA TOURNAMENT HISTORY YEAR

DATE

REGION

1959

March
13 March
14

1960

SEED

ROUND

SITE

OPPONENT
(SEED)

RESULT


East
 East

Regional
Semifinal Regional
3rd
Place

Charlotte,
N.C. Charlotte,
N.C.

West
Virginia
 Navy


L L

95‐92 70‐59

March
11 March
12

East East

Regional
Semifinal Regional
3rd
Place

Charlotte,
N.C.
 Charlotte,
N.C.

Duke
 West
Virginia


L L

58‐56
 106‐100


1961

March
17 March
18 March
24 March
25

East
 East East East

Regional
Semifinal Charlotte,
N.C. Regional
Final Charlotte,
N.C. National
Semifinal
 Kansas
City,
Mo. National
3rd
Place Kansas
City,
Mo. (participation
vacated)

Princeton
 Wake
Forest
 Ohio
State

 Utah

W W L W

72‐67 96‐86 95‐69 127‐120
4OT

1962

March
16 March
17

East East

Regional
Semifinal Regional
3rd
Place

College
Park,
Md. College
Park,
Md.

Wake
Forest New
York
University

L
 L

96‐85
OT 94‐85

1963

March
11 March
15 March
16

East
 East East

First
 Regional
Semifinal Regional
Final

Philadelphia,
Pa. College
Park,
Md. College
Park,
Md.

Princeton
 West
Virginia Duke


W W L

82‐81
OT 97‐88 73‐59

1965

March
8 March
12 March
13

East East East

First
 Regional
Semifinal
 Regional
3rd
Place

Philadelphia,
Pa. College
Park,
Md. College
Park,
Md.

Connecticut
 Providence North
Carolina
St.


W L
 L

67‐61 81‐73
OT 103‐81

1966

March
7 March
11 March
12

East East East

First
 Regional
Semifinal Regional
3rd
Place

Blacksburg,
Va. Raleigh,
N.C. Raleigh,
N.C.

Providence Duke Davidson


W L W

65‐48 76‐74 92‐76


1969

March
8

East

First


Kingston,
R.I.

Duquesne

L

74‐52

1971

March
13

East

First


Philadelphia,
Pa.

Villanova

L

93‐75

1973

March
10

East

First


Jamaica,
N.Y.

Providence

L

89‐76

1974

March
9

East

First


Morgantown,
W.Va.

Pittsburgh

W

54‐42


1981

March
12 March
14 March
20 March
22

Mideast Mideast Mideast Mideast

9

First
 Second
 Regional
Semifinal Regional
Final

Dayton,
Ohio Dayton,
Ohio Bloomington,
Ind. Bloomington,
Ind.

Creighton
(8) DePaul
(1) Boston
College
(5) Indiana
(3)

W W W L

59‐57 49‐48 42‐41 78‐46

1982

March
12

East

6

First

Uniondale,
N.Y.

Northeastern
(11)

L

63‐62

1986

March
14 March
16

East East

6

First Second

Syracuse,
N.Y. Syracuse,
N.Y.

Richmond
(11) Cleveland
State
(14)

W L

60‐59 75‐69

1997

March
13 March
15 March
20

West West West

4

First Second
 Regional
Semifinal

Salt
Lake
City,
Utah Salt
Lake
City,
Utah San
Jose,
Calif.

Pacific
(13) Boston
College
(5) Kentucky
(1)

W W
 L

75‐65 81‐77
OT 83‐68

2001

March
15 March
17

West West

9

First Second

San
Diego,
Calif. San
Diego,
Calif.

Georgia
Tech
(8) Stanford
(1)

W L

66‐62 90‐83

2003

March
21

East

7

First

Tampa,
Fla.

Auburn
(10)

L


65‐63
OT

2004

March
18 March
20 March
25 March
27

East
Rutherford East
Rutherford East
Rutherford East
Rutherford

1

First Second Regional
Semifinal Regional
Final

Buffalo,
N.Y. Buffalo,
N.Y. East
Rutherford,
N.J. East
Rutherford,
N.J.

Liberty
(16) Texas
Tech
(8) Wake
Forest
(4) Oklahoma
State
(2)

W W W L

82‐63 70‐65 84‐80 64‐62

2008

March
21

East

11

First

Birmingham,
Ala.


Oklahoma
(6)

L

72‐64

NCAA
Tournament Coaching
Records

NCAA
Numbers

Appearances: All‐Time
Record:

19 18‐23

Final
Four: 1
(1961)# Elite
Eight: 4
(2004,
1981,
1963,
1961) Sweet
16: 3
(2004,
1997,
1981)
* #
participation
in
1961
Tournament
vacated *
since
tournament
format
instituted
in
1981

Jack
Ramsay Phil
Martelli Jim
Lynam Jim
Boyle Jack
McKinney

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 139

8‐11
(7
years) 6‐5
(5
years) 3‐1
(1
year) 1‐2
(2
years) 0‐4
(4
years)


NCAA TOURNAMENT BOX SCORES 2008
Tournament The
Hawks
made
their
return
to
the
NCAA
Tournament,
becoming
just
one of
 six
 non‐BCS
schools
 to
 earn
 an
 at‐large
 bid.
 Seniors
 Pat
 Calathes
 and
 Rob Ferguson
 led
 a
 squad
 which
 went
 21‐12
 during
 the
 regular
 season,
 had
 two wins
over
nationally‐ranked
Xavier
and
reached
the
Atlantic
10
title
game
for the
 third
 time
 in
 four
 years.
 The
 Hawks
 were
 seeded
 11th
 in
 the
 NCAA Tournament
 but
 fell
 to
 sixth‐seeded
 Oklahoma
 in
 the
 first‐ever
 meeting between
the
two
schools.
 2008
NCAA
East
Region
First
Round
 OKLAHOMA
72,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
64 March
21,
2008
–
Birmingham,
Ala.


Saint
Joseph’s Calathes
 2‐11
 1‐1,
 Nivins
 5‐7
 4‐5,
 Ferguson
 9‐12
 0‐0,
 Carr
 3‐7
 1‐3,
 Govens
 4‐8
 2‐2, Williamson
1‐4
2‐2,
Lashley
0‐0
0‐0,
Hilliard
0‐0
0‐0,
Lidzius
0‐0
0‐0.
Totals
24‐49
10‐14
64. Oklahoma B.
Griffin
6‐7
0‐1,
Longar
6‐8
2‐7,
Crocker
2‐6
5‐6,
Godbold
7‐13
6‐6,
Johnson
3‐4,
3‐4, Nysmith
0‐0
0‐0,
Leary
0‐2
2‐2,
T.
Griffin
0‐2
0‐0,
Davis
0‐0,
0‐0.
Totals
24‐42
18‐26.
 Halftime
–
SJU
26,
OU
34.
3‐point
FG
–
SJU
6‐14
(Calathes
1‐4,
Ferguson
3‐5,
Carr
0‐1, Govens
2‐4),
OU
6‐14
(Crocker
0‐2,
Godbold
5‐8,
Johnson
1‐2,
Leary
0‐2).
Fouled
out
–
SJU‐ Carr.
Rebounds
–
SJU
24
(Calathes,
Williamson
6),
OU
25
(T.
Griffin
7).
Assists
–
SJU
11 (Calathes,
Carr
4),
OU
14
(Johnson
5).
Total
Fouls
–
SJU
22,
OU
18.
Attendance
–
14,315.

2004
NCAA
East
Rutherford
Regional
Final OKLAHOMA
STATE
64,
SJU
62 March
27,
2004
–
East
Rutherford,
N.J.

Oklahoma
State Graham
7‐8
3‐6
17,
McFarlin
3‐7
3‐3
9,
Lucas
7‐20
2‐2
19,
Bobik
1‐2
0‐2
3,
Allen
6‐11
0‐ 0
12,
Graham
0‐1
0‐0
0,
Weatherspoon
1‐3
2‐2
4,
Miller
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Crawford
0‐1
0‐0
0. Totals
25‐53
10‐15
64. Saint
Joseph’s Carroll
3‐11
0‐0
9,
Bryant
2‐3
0‐0
4,
Jones
2‐3
2‐4
6,
Nelson
6‐18
2‐2
17,
West
7‐15
4‐4 20,
Barley
1‐4
1‐2
3,
Stachitas
1‐3
1‐1
3.
Totals
22‐57
10‐13
62. Halftime
–
OSU
27,
SJU
33.
3‐point
FG
–
OSU
4‐17
(Graham
0‐1,
Lucas
3‐12,
Bobik
1‐2, Allen
0‐2),
SJU
8‐26
(Carroll
3‐11,
Nelson
3‐6,
West
2‐6,
Barley
0‐2,
Stachitas
0‐1).
Fouled out
–
None.
Rebounds
–
OSU
42
(McFarlin
12),
SJU
24
(Nelson
8).
Assists
–
OSU
13
(Allen 5),
SJU
15
(Nelson
8).
Total
Fouls
–
OSU
16,
SJU
14.
Attendance
–
19,779.

2004
Tournament Led
by
the
national
player
(Jameer
Nelson)
and
coach
(Phil
Martelli)
of
the year,
the
2003‐04
Hawks
broke
virtually
every
school
record
on
their
way
to SJU's
first‐ever
No.
1
ranking
and
No.
1
NCAA
Tournament
seed.

The
Hawks were
seven
seconds
from
the
Final
Four
before
falling
to
Oklahoma
State
in
the regional
championship
game.

Nelson
(20.2
ppg),
Delonte
West
(18.9
ppg)
and Pat
Carroll
(10.1
ppg)
formed
the
core
of
the
team
along
with
A‐10
Sixth
Man and
Defensive
Player
of
the
Year
Tyrone
Barley. 2004
NCAA
East
Rutherford
Region
First
Round SAINT
JOSEPH’S
82,
LIBERTY
63 March
18,
2004
–
Buffalo,
N.Y.

Liberty Martin
3‐10
0‐0
6,
Sneed
1‐5
4‐4
7,
Blair
4‐12
0‐0
9,
Woodson
4‐7
1‐3
10,
Mantlo
1‐3 2‐2
4,
Riber
0‐1
0‐0
0,
Clarke
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Perrson
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Turner
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Dees
7‐9
5‐6 22,
Lightbourne
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Sarchet
2‐4
1‐3
5,
Segan
0‐0
0‐0
0.
Totals
22‐51
13‐18
63. Saint
Joseph’s Carroll
2‐6
0‐0
5,
Bryant
1‐2
6‐10
8,
Jones
2‐5
3‐5
7,
Nelson
11‐17
8‐9
33,
West
7‐14
2‐ 2
18,
Jesiolowski
0‐2
0‐0
0,
Sullivan
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Lee
1‐1
0‐0
2,
Surov
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Barley
2‐4
0‐ 0
6,
Stachitas
0‐3
0‐0
0,
Koefer
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Mallon
1‐5
1‐2
3,
Lidzius
0‐1
0‐0
0,
Hartshorn
0‐ 0
0‐0
0.
Totals
27‐60
20‐28
82. Halftime
 –
 LU
 26,
 SJU
 46.
 3‐point
 FG
 –
 LU
 6‐20
 (Martin
 0‐4,
 Sneed
 1‐2
 Blair
 1‐4, Woodson
1‐3,
Mantlo
0‐2,
Riber
0‐1,
Dees
3‐4),
SJU
8‐23
(Carroll
1‐3,
Nelson
3‐6,
West
2‐ 6,
Jesiolowski
0‐1,
Barley
2‐3,
Stachitas
0‐1,
Mallon
0‐3).
Fouled
out
–
None.
Rebounds
– LU
36
(Martin
9),
SJU
36
(West
9).
Assists
–
LU
15
(Blair
4,
Woodson
4),
SJU
16
(West
5). Total
Fouls
–
LU
22,
SJU
17.
Attendance
–
18,456.

2004
NCAA
East
Rutherford
Region
Second
Round SAINT
JOSEPH’S
70,
TEXAS
TECH
65 March
20,
2004
–
Buffalo,
N.Y.

Texas
Tech Emmett
6‐13
6‐8
18,
Giles
6‐8
2‐2
14,
Jackson
3‐12
0‐0
7,
Marshall
4‐9
4‐4
14,
Ross
3‐ 6
0‐0
6,
White
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Dora
3‐5
0‐0
6,
Works
0‐0
0‐0
0.
Totals
25‐53
12‐14
65. Saint
Joseph’s Carroll
5‐9
0‐0
14,
Bryant
1‐2
2‐2
4,
Jones
2‐2
0‐0
4,
Nelson
9‐22
2‐2
24,
West
7‐13
0‐1 15,
Lee
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Barley
1‐5
0‐0
3,
Stachitas
1‐3
0‐0
3,
Mallon
1‐1
0‐0
3,
Lidzius
0‐0
0‐0
0. Totals
27‐57
4‐5
70. Halftime
–
TTU
31,
SJU
36.

3‐point
FG
–
TTU
3‐12
(Emmett
0‐2,
Jackson
1‐3,
Marshall 2‐6,
 Ross
 0‐1),
 SJU
 12‐31
 (Carroll
 4‐7,
 Nelson
 4‐11,
 West
 1‐5,
 Barley
 1‐5,
 Stachitas
 1‐2, Mallon
1‐1).
Fouled
out
–
None.
Rebounds
–
TTU
29
(Giles
8),
SJU
31
(Jones
12).
Assists
– TTU
16
(Emmett
4,
Jackson
4),
SJU
13
(West
8).
Total
Fouls
–
TTU
11,
SJU
16.
Attendance –
18,686.

2004
NCAA
East
Rutherford
Regional
Semifinal
 SAINT
JOSEPH’S
84,
WAKE
FOREST
80 March
25,
2004
–
East
Rutherford,
N.J.

Wake
Forest Levy
4‐10
3‐4
12,
Strickland
1‐2
0‐1
2,
Williams
7‐8
5‐6
19,
Gray
9‐18
1‐2
23,
Paul
2‐6 7‐8
12,
Downey
3‐5
0‐0
8,
Danelius
0‐0
2‐4
2,
Hendley
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Visser
1‐2
0‐0
2.
Totals 27‐51
18‐25
80. Saint
Joseph’s Bryant
0‐0
0‐2
0,
Jones
1‐3
2‐5
4,
Nelson
9‐23
5‐8
24,
West
8‐15
6‐6
24,
Carroll
6‐8
0‐0 17,
Barley
4‐6
1‐2
13,
Stachitas
1‐3
0‐0
2,
Mallon
0‐0
0‐0
0.

Totals
29‐58
14‐23
84. Halftime
–
WF
38,
SJU
37.
3‐point
FG
–
WF
8‐16
(Levy
1‐2,
Gray
4‐8,
Paul
1‐2,
Downey 2‐4),
SJU
12‐24
(Nelson
1‐5,
West
2‐5,
Carroll
5‐7,
Barley
4‐6,
Stachitas
0‐1).
Fouled
out
– None.
Rebounds
–
WF
28
(Levy
6,
Strickland
6),
SJU
30
(Carroll
8).
Assists
–
WF
15
(Paul
8), SJU
15
(Nelson
7).
Total
Fouls
–
WF
22,
SJU
21.
Attendance
–
19,557.

The
Hawks
celebrate
their
win
over
Texas
Tech
that
launched
them
into
the 2004
Sweet
16.
SJU
reached
the
Elite
Eight,

but
the
run
came
to
an
end
with a
64‐62
loss
to
Oklahoma
State
in
the
Regional
Final
in
East
Rutherford,
N.J.
 .

2003
Tournament 2003
NCAA
East
Region
First
Round 2003
NCAA
East
Region
First
Round AUBURN
65,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
63
(OT) March
21,
2003
–
Tampa,
Fla.

Auburn Daniels
10‐19
2‐4
25,
Killingsworth
7‐15
1‐1
15,
Davis
3‐5
1‐2
7,
Bird
3‐8
3‐4
11,
Monroe 0‐4
0‐0
0,
Robinson
0‐1
1‐2
1,
Watson
2‐5
0‐0
6,
Calton
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Lollar
0‐0
0‐0
0.
Totals 25‐57
8‐13
65. Saint
Joseph’s Carroll
0‐5
0‐0
0,
Mallon
1‐3
0‐0
3,
Sazonov
2‐4
3‐4
7,
Barley
0‐4
0‐0
0,
Nelson
11‐22
7‐ 8
32,
Cologer
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Lee
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Stachitas
0‐1
0‐0
0,
West
3‐13
2‐2
10,
Jones
4‐5
1‐2 9,
Bryant
1‐2
0‐0
2.
Totals
22‐59
13‐16
63. Halftime
–
AU
32,
SJU
19.
3‐point
FG
‐
AU
7‐18
(Daniels
3‐4,
Killingsworth
0‐2,
Bird
2‐6, Monroe
 0‐2,
 Watson
 2‐4),
 SJU
 6‐24
 (Carroll
 0‐5,
 Mallon
 1‐2,
 Barley
 0‐2,
 Nelson
 3‐7, Stachitas
0‐1,
West
2‐7).
Fouled
out
‐
none.
Rebounds
–
AU
38
(Davis
9),
SJU
36
(Nelson 9).
 Assists
 –
 AU
 (Daniels
 4,
 Monroe
 4),
 SJU
 (Barley
 6).
 Total
 Fouls
 –
 AU
 16,
 SJU
 19. Attendance
–
17,024.

2001
Tournament 2001
NCAA
West
Region
First
Round SAINT
JOSEPH’S
66,
GEORGIA
TECH
62 March
15,
2001
–
San
Diego,
Calif.

Saint
Joseph’s Wilkins
1‐6
2‐2
4,
Phillips
4‐10
1‐2
9,
Reid
4‐7
0‐1
8,
O’Connor
8‐20
2‐2
21,
Nelson
5‐10 3‐5
13,
Barley
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Crenshaw
1‐7
1‐4
4,
Woods
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Sazonov
1‐1
5‐8
7.
Totals 24‐61
14‐24
66. Georgia
Tech Babul
1‐1
0‐0
2,
Lewis
1‐5
2‐2
5,
Jones
3‐6
2‐5
8,
Akins
4‐11
7‐7
16,
Fein
3‐11
0‐0
6, Labarrie
5‐8
5‐6
15,
Vines
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Lane
2‐9
2‐2
7,
Brooks
1‐2
1‐2
3,
Isenhour
0‐1
0‐0
0. Totals
20‐54
19‐24
62. Halftime
–
SJU
41,
GT
24.
3‐point
FG
–
SJU
4‐23
(Wilkins
0‐3,
Phillips
0‐6,
O’Connor
3‐ 8,
Nelson
0‐2,
Crenshaw
1‐4),
GT
3‐18
(Lewis
1‐3,
Akins
1‐4,
Fein
0‐4,
Labarrie
0‐1,
Lance 1‐6).
Fouled
out
–
none.
Rebounds
–
SJU
40
(Reid
9),
GT
39
(Jones
12).
Assists
–
SJU
19 (Nelson
8),
GT
11
(Akins
6).
Total
Fouls
–
SJU
23,
GT
20.
Attendance
–
9,120.

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NCAA TOURNAMENT BOX SCORES 2001
NCAA
West
Region
Second
Round STANFORD
90,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
83 March
17,
2001
–
San
Diego,
Calif.

Saint
Joseph’s
 Wilkins
2‐4
0‐0
4,
Phillips
2‐5
3‐3
7,
Reid
1‐3
1‐3
3,
O’Connor
15‐20
2‐5
37,
Nelson
5‐10 4‐4
14,
Miller
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Barley
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Crenshaw
3‐6
3‐3
10,
Woods
1‐3
0‐0
2,
Sazonov 1‐2
0‐0
2,
Ngounou
1‐1
2‐2
4.
Totals
31‐54
15‐20
83. Stanford Collins,
Jarron
3‐11
9‐10
15,
Mendez
1‐3
8‐8
10,
Collins,
Jason
7‐13
8‐10
22,
McDonald 3‐5
0‐0
9,
Jacobsen
7‐15
4‐5
21,
Johnson
7‐15
4‐5
21,
Barnes
2‐5
1‐2
5,
Giovancchini
0‐0 0‐0
0.
Totals
26‐56
31‐37
90. Halftime
–
SJU
35,
SU
44.
3‐point
FG
–
SJU
6‐20
(Wilkins
0‐2,
Phillips
0‐2,
O’Connor
5‐ 10,
 Nelson
 0‐3,
 Crenshaw
 1‐3),
 SU
 7‐15
 (Mendez
 0‐1,
 Collins,
 Jason
 0‐2,
 McDonald
 3‐4, Jacobsen
3‐6,
Johnson
1‐1,
Barnes
0‐1).
Fouled
out
–
SJU
(Phillips,
O’Connor).
Rebounds
– SJU
29
(Nelson
9),
SU
31
(Collins,
Jason
9).
Assists
–
SJU
13
(Nelson
9),
SU
13
(McDonald 3).
Total
Fouls
–
SJU
30,
SU
22.
Attendance
–
11,091.

1997
NCAA
West
Region
Second
Round SAINT
JOSEPH’S
81,
BOSTON
COLLEGE
77
(OT) March
15,
1997
–
Salt
Lake
City,
Utah Boston
College Granger
 7‐16
 0‐0
 17,
 Abrams
 3‐11
 8‐9
 14,
 Curley
 4‐8
 2‐3
 10,
 Penn
 3‐8
 2‐2
 10, Woodward
4‐8
6‐8
14,
Thomas
2‐4
1‐3
5,
Bedard
0‐2
0‐0
0,
Jourdon
0‐1
0‐0
0,
Maglos
3‐ 4
1‐4
7,
Foster
0‐0
0‐0
0.
Totals
26‐62
20‐29
77. Saint
Joseph’s Simmonds
3‐7
1‐2
9,
Domani
1‐3
2‐3
4,
Petrovic
0‐5
0‐0
0,
Bey
6‐18
7‐8
23,
Davis
6‐16 5‐10
21,
Myers
4‐11
3‐4
15,
Rasul
2‐4
3‐4
7,
Haskins
0‐2
2‐2
2.
Totals
22‐66
23‐33
81. Halftime
‐
BC
34,
SJU
33.
3‐point
FG
–
BC
5‐19
(Granger
3‐8,
Abrams
 0‐1,
 Penn
 2‐7, Woodward
0‐1,
Thomas
0‐1,
Bedard
0‐1),
SJU
14‐43
(Simmonds
2‐6,
Domani
0‐2,
Bey
4‐ 14,
Davis
4‐11,
Myers
4‐10).
Fouled
out
–
BC
(Penn),
SJU
(Simmonds,
Myers).
Rebounds
– BC
52
(Abrams
11),
SJU
36
(Simmonds
8).
Assists
–
BC
14
(Abrams
5),
SJU
16
(Bey
8).
Total Fouls
–
BC
25,
SJU
24.
Attendance
–
14,188.

1997
NCAA
West
Regional
Semifinal KENTUCKY
83,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
68 March
20,
1997
–
San
Jose,
Calif. Saint
Joseph’s Simmonds
1‐5
0‐0
3,
Domani
4‐5
6‐7
15,
Petrovic
1‐2
0‐0
2,
Bey
6‐10
11‐13
26,
Davis 4‐10
4‐4
13,
Mazzio
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Myers
2‐9
4‐6
9,
Brown
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Gallagher
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Del Vescovo
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Rasul
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Haskins
0‐0
0‐0
0.
Totals
18‐41
25‐30
68. Kentucky Mercer
8‐13
3‐3
19,
Padgett
4‐6
2‐2
12,
Magloire
1‐4
0‐0
2,
Turner
5‐9
6‐9
16,
Epps
2‐ 6
2‐2
7,
Mohammed
2‐4
2‐4
6,
Mills
6‐8
2‐2
19,
Prickett
1‐2
0‐0
2.
Totals
29‐52
17‐22
83. Halftime
–
SJU
27,
UK
39.
3‐point
FG
–
SJU
7‐16
(Simmonds
1‐4,
Domani
1‐1,
Bey
3‐5, Davis
1‐2,
Myers
1‐4),
UK
8‐16
(Mercer
0‐2,
Padgett
2‐4,
Turner
0‐1,
Epps
1‐3,
Mills
5‐6). Fouled
out
–
SJU
(Myers),
UK
(Padgett).
Rebounds
–
SJU
21
(Bey
4),
UK
28
(Padgett
5,
Epps 5,
 Prickett
 5).
 Assists
 –
 SJU
 7
 (Bey
 5),
 UK
 13
 (Turner
 6).
 Total
 Fouls
 –
 SJU
 19,
 UK
 22. Attendance
–
18,543.

Marvin
O'Connor
hit
15‐of‐20
shots
from
the
field
to
tie
his career‐high
37
points
in
SJU's
90‐83
loss
to
#2
Stanford
in
the 2001
NCAA
Tournament.
The
37
points
were
the
most
by
any player
in
the
NCAA
Tournament
that
year.


1997
Tournament Junior
guard
Rashid
Bey
(15.0
ppg)
led
the
Hawks
to
10
straight
wins
and
the Atlantic
10
Tournament
title

The
fourth‐seeded
Hawks
then
won
the
school's first
 NCAA
 games
 in
 11
 years
 before
 falling
 to
 defending
 national
 champion Kentucky
 in
 the
 Sweet
 16.
 Joining
 Bey
 in
 double
 figures
 were
 Terrell
 Myers (12.1
ppg)
and
freshman
standout
Arthur
“Yah”
Davis
(14.7
ppg).
 1997
NCAA
West
Region
First
Round SAINT
JOSEPH’S
75,
PACIFIC
65 March
13,
1997
–
Salt
Lake
City,
Utah

Pacific Nordahl
2‐5
1‐2
5,
Anders
1‐5
3‐4
6,
Trierweiler
2‐2
0‐0
4,
Bowman
5‐16
4‐4
18,
Boelter 1‐8
2‐2
5,
Owens
2‐4
0‐0
4,
Woliczko
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Mahaffey
4‐9
3‐4
13,
Olowakandi
5‐7
0‐1 10.
Totals
22‐56
13‐17
65. Saint
Joseph’s Simmonds
1‐5
4‐5
6,
Domani
1‐6
2‐2
4,
Petrovic
3‐7
1‐1
7,
Bey
9‐15
0‐1
22,
Davis
6‐12 4‐4
19,
Myers
0‐6
5‐6
5,
Rasul
1‐1
2‐3
4,
Haskins
3‐6
0‐0
8.
Totals
24‐58
18‐22
75. Halftime
–
UP
31,
SJU
35.
3‐point
FG
–
UP
8‐25
(Anders
1‐2,
Bowman
4‐11,
Boelter
1‐ 6,
 Owens
 0‐1,
 Mahaffey
 2‐5),
 SJU
 9‐24
 (Simmonds
 0‐4,
 Domani
 0‐1,
 Bey
 4‐8,
 Davis
 3‐5, Myers
 0‐4,
 Haskins
 2‐2).
 Fouled
 out
 –
 UP
 (Bowman),
 SJU
 (Haskins).
 Rebounds
 –
 UP
 44 (Anders
8),
SJU
30
(Petrovic
6).
Assists
–
UP
18
(Anders
5,
Boelter
5),
SJU
16
(Bey
5).
Total Fouls
–
UP
20,
SJU
19.
Attendance
12,644.

Rashid
Bey
averaged
double
figures
to
pace
A‐10
champion Saint
Joseph’s
to
the
1997
Sweet
16.



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NCAA TOURNAMENT BOX SCORES 1986
Tournament

1982
Tournament

Coached
by
Jim
Boyle,
the
Hawks
won
their
first
Atlantic
10
championship and
landed
in
the
NCAA
Tournament
as
a
No.
6
seed.

Atlantic
10
Player
of
the Year
Maurice
Martin
(17.8
ppg),
center
Rodney
Blake
(13.5
ppg)
and
sixth
man Wayne
Williams
(13.0
ppg)
were
the
team's
leading
scorers.

1982
NCAA
East
Region
First
Round NORTHEASTERN
63,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
62 March
12,
1982
–
Uniondale,
N.Y.

1986
NCAA
East
Region
First
Round SAINT
JOSEPH’S
60,
RICHMOND
59 March
14,
1986
–
Syracuse,
N.Y.

Richmond Newman
10‐19
5‐5
25,
Woolfolk
5‐19
0‐2
10,
Kratzer
3‐11
0‐0
6,
Beckwith
1‐1
0‐1
2, Rice
7‐13
0‐0
14,
Winiecki
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Runk
1‐1
0‐0
2,
English
0‐0
0‐0
0.
Totals
27‐64
5‐8
59.
 Saint
Joseph’s
 Mullee
5‐8
0‐0
10,
Slattery
0‐1
0‐0
0,
Blake
4‐6
5‐5
13,
Martin
6‐14,
9‐10
21,
Arnold
1‐ 8
0‐2
2,
Williams
5‐6
4‐5
14,
Flint
0‐1
0‐0
0,
Leahy
0‐1
0‐0
0.
Totals
21‐45
18‐22
60. Halftime
–
UR
30,
SJU
28.
Fouled
out
–
UR
(Beckwith).
Rebounds
–
UR
35
(Kratzer
9), SJU
31
(Mullee
9).
Assists
–
UR
20
(Beckwith
12),
SJU
15
(Arnold
10).
Total
fouls
–
UR
19, SJU
11.
Attendance
–
16,857.

1986
NCAA
East
Region
Second
Round CLEVELAND
STATE
75,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
69 March
16,
1986
–
Syracuse,
N.Y.

Cleveland
State Smith
8‐16
0‐1
16,
Ransey
5‐15
7‐10
17,
Mudd
2‐7
0‐1
4,
Bryant
1‐3
6‐6
8,
McFadden 10‐15
 3‐4
 23,
 Stewart
 1‐2
 0‐0
 2,
 Crawford
 1‐4
 0‐0
 2,
 Hood
 1‐1
 1‐5
 3,
 Corbin
 0‐3
 0‐2
 0, Salters
0‐0
0‐0
0.
Totals
29‐66
17‐29
75. Saint
Joseph’s Mullee
2‐5
0‐0
4,
Slattery
0‐1
0‐0
0,
Blake
5‐10
5‐7
15,
Martin
6‐11
3‐4
15,
Arnold
4‐9 0‐0
8,
Flint
1‐3
0‐0
2,
Williams
11‐20
3‐5
25.
Totals
29‐59
11‐16
69. Halftime
 –
 CS
 26,
 SJU
 26.
 Fouled
 out
 –
 None.
 Rebounds
 –
 CS
 44
 (Smith
 15),
 SJU
 34 (Martin
9).
Assists
–
CS
12
(McFadden
3,
Hood
3),
SJU
(Flint
7).
Total
Fouls
–
CS
17,
SJU
22. Attendance
–
21,713.

Saint
Joseph’s Lojewski
0‐2
4‐5
4,
McFarlan
11‐17
2‐3
24,
Costner
5‐6
0‐0
10,
Clark
3‐8
0‐0
6,
Warrick 4‐16
2‐2
10,
Dearborn
3‐4
0‐0
6,
Mitchell
1‐1
0‐0
2.
Totals
27‐54
8‐10
62. Northeastern Jefferson
8‐11
2‐3
18,
Halsel
3‐7
5‐9
11,
Leitad
4‐6
2‐2
10,
Moss
9‐18
6‐7
24,
Bryant
0‐ 1
0‐0
0,
Robinson
0‐0
0‐1
0,
Braswell
0‐0
0‐0
0,
King
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Heineck
0‐0
0‐0
0.
Totals
24‐ 23
15‐22
63. Halftime
 –
 SJU
 36,
 NU
 35.
 Fouled
 Out
 –
 SJU
 (Costner,
 Clark).
 Rebounds
 –
 SJU
 18 (Dearborn
7),
NU
25
(Halsel
13).
Assists
–
SJU
13
(Warrick
10),
NU
10
(Robinson
4).
Total Fouls
–
SJU
19,
NU
14.
Attendance
–
15,225.

1981
Tournament The
unheralded
Hawks
stunned
the
nation's
No.
1
team,
DePaul,
in
an
NCAA Second
Round
game
on
a
layup
at
the
buzzer
by
senior
John
Smith.

SJU
would lose
to
eventual
National
Champion
Indiana
on
the
Hoosiers'
home
court,
but not
 before
 launching
 head
 coach
 Jim
 Lynam
 to
 his
 own
 NBA
 career.
 
 Junior Bryan
 Warrick
 (13.5
 ppg)
 joined
 seniors
 Boo
 Williams
 (12.5
 ppg)
 and
 Smith (10.8
ppg)
as
the
team's
leading
scorers. 1981
NCAA
Mideast
Region
First
Round SAINT
JOSEPH’S
59,
CREIGHTON
57 March
12,
1981
–
Dayton,
Ohio

Saint
Joseph’s Williams
2‐5
3‐4
7,
Smith
8‐11
4‐5
20,
Costner
8‐10
2‐2
18,
Clark
0‐2
2‐2
2,
Warrick
4‐ 15
0‐3
8,
McFarlan
2‐9
0‐0
4,
Mitchell
0‐1
0‐0
0,
Kearney
0‐0
0‐0
0.
Totals
24‐53
11‐16
59. Creighton Stivrins
1‐4
0‐0
2,
Stovall
3‐9
0‐0
6,
Morrow
4‐12
9‐10
17,
Pruitt
4‐9
3‐4
11,
McKenna 7‐13
4‐4
18,
Ross
0‐2
1‐2
1,
Treischman
0‐0
2‐2
2.
Totals
19‐49
19‐22
57. Halftime
–
SJU
24,
CU
25.
Fouled
out
–
SJU
(Morrow).
Rebounds
–
SJU
36
(Costner
11), CU
28
(Morrow
14).
Assists
–
SJU
18
(Warrick
6),
CU
13
(Stovall
3,
Pruitt
3).
Total
Fouls
– SJU
19,
CU
16.
Attendance
–
13,458.

1981
NCAA
Mideast
Region
Second
Round SAINT
JOSEPH’S
49,
DePAUL
48 March
14,
1981
–
Dayton,
Ohio

Saint
Joseph’s
 Williams
3‐9
0‐0
6,
Smith
5‐9
2‐2
12,
Costner
5‐8
1‐2
11,
Clark
1‐3
0‐0
2,
Warrick
6‐9
0‐ 0
12,
McFarlan
3‐3
0‐0
6.
Totals
23‐41
3‐4
49. DePaul
 Aguirre
 3‐6
 2‐2
 8,
 Grubbs
 5‐6
 1‐1
 11,
 Cummings
 3‐10
 0‐0
 6,
 Dillard
 5‐12
 2‐3
 12, Bradshaw
5‐7
1‐2
11,
Randolph
0‐0
0‐0
0.
Totals
21‐41
6‐8
48. Halftime
–
SJU
25,
DU
27.
Fouled
out
–
None.
Rebounds
–
SJU
18
(Williams
8),
DU
22 (Grubbs
13).
Assists
–
SJU
15
(Clark
5,
Warrick
5),
DU
15
(Dillard
5,
Bradshaw
5).
Total
Fouls –
SJU
11,
DU
13.
Attendance
–
13,458.

1981
NCAA
Mideast
Region
Semifinal SAINT
JOSEPH’S
42,
BOSTON
COLLEGE
41 March
20,
1981
–
Bloomington,
Ind.

Saint
Joseph’s
 Williams
0‐7
1‐3
1,
Smith
2‐4
0‐1
4,
Costner
4‐7
0‐0
8,
Clark
2‐6
1‐1
5,
Warrick
7‐11
6‐ 10
20,
McFarlan
2‐9
0‐0
4.
Totals
17‐44
8‐15
42. Boston
College Clark
4‐8
1‐1
9,
Fox
0‐0
2‐4
2,
Murphy
4‐9
2‐2
10,
Bagley
4‐14
3‐4
11,
Chandler
2‐4
0‐0 4,
Adams
1‐6
3‐5
5,
O’Shea
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Shrigley
0‐1
0‐0
0,
Beaulieu
0‐1
0‐0
0.
Totals
15‐43 11‐16
41. Halftime
–
SJU
18,
BC
22.
Fouled
out
–
None.
Rebounds
–
SJU
31
(Williams
8),
BC
32 (Murphy
7).
Assists
–
SJU
4
(McFarlan
2),
BC
6
(Chandler
2).
Total
Fouls
–
SJU
16,
BC
14. Attendance
–
17,091.


1981
NCAA
Mideast
Region
Final INDIANA
78,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
46 March
22,
1981
–
Bloomington,
Ind.

John
 Smith
 is
 embraced
 by
 point
 guard
 Jeffery
 Clark
 after
 hitting
 the game‐winning
 layup
 as
 time
 expired
 to
 beat
 top‐ranked
 DePaul
 in
 the 1981
NCAA
Second
Round.


Saint
Joseph’s Williams
2‐4
0‐0
4,
Smith
1‐6
0‐0
2,
Costner
3‐8
1‐2
7,
Clark
3‐4
5‐6
11,
Warrick
3‐10
3‐ 3
9,
McFarlan
1‐7
4‐6
6,
Mitchell
0‐0
0‐1
0,
Kearney
0‐0
2‐3
1‐1
2,
Springman
1‐3
3‐4
5, DiCaro
0‐0
0‐0
0.
Totals
14‐42
18‐25
46. Indiana
 Kitchel
1‐4
1‐2
3,
Turner
7‐8
0‐0
14,
Tolbert
6‐8
2‐4
14,
I.
Thomas
3‐8
2‐3
8,
Wittman 4‐4
0‐0
8,
J.
Thomas
6‐7
0‐0
13,
Risely
1‐2
0‐1
2,
Grunwald
1‐1
2‐2
4,
Brown
0‐1
1‐2
1, Isenbarger
3‐4
0‐0
6,
Bouchie
1‐2
0‐0
2,
Franz
1‐1
0‐0
2,
LaFave
1‐1
0‐0
2.
Totals
35‐51
8‐ 14
78. Halftime
–
SJU
16,
IU
32.
Fouled
out
–
SJU
(Costner),
IU
(Turner).
Rebounds
–
SJU
21 (Williams
4,
Costner
4,
Clark
4),
IU
33
(Turner
5,
Tolbert
5,
LaFave
5).
Assists
–
SJU
9
(Smith 3,
Warrick
3),
IU
29
(I.
Thomas
12).
Total
Fouls
–
SJU
17,
IU
19.
Attendance
–
17,112.

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NCAA TOURNAMENT BOX SCORES 1974
Tournament

1966
Tournament

1974
NCAA
East
Region
First
Round PITTSBURGH
54,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
42 March
9,1974
–
Morgantown,
W.Va.

The
nation's
pre‐season
No.
1
team
was
nipped
by
Duke
in
the
East
Regional semifinals,
 but
 not
 before
 posting
 a
 two‐year
 record
 of
 50‐8.
 
 Stars
 Cliff Anderson
(17.9
ppg)
and
Matt
Guokas,
Jr.
(17.5
ppg),
were
joined
in
double
fig‐ ures
by
Tom
Duff
(14.8
ppg),
Billy
Oakes
(13.5
ppg)
and
Marty
Ford
(11.0
ppg). These
 Hawks
 were
 generally
 considered
 the
 finest
 in
 Saint
 Joseph's
 history prior
to
the
2003‐04
season.

Pittsburgh Knight
5‐16
1‐2
11,
Martin
6‐12
0‐2
12,
Bolla
1‐2
0‐2
2,
Bruce
1‐6
1‐1
3,
Richards
2‐7
1‐ 2
5,
Wagoner
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Hill
4‐6
1‐2
9,
Starr
4‐8
2‐2
10,
Kelly
1‐1
0‐0
2,
Abrams
0‐1
0‐0
0. Totals
24‐59
6‐13
54. Saint
Joseph’s
 Righter
7‐14
3‐5
17,
Prybella
1‐7
0‐0
2,
Furey
2‐3
2‐3
6,
Moody
2‐8
3‐5
7,
O’Brien
2‐7
1‐ 1
5,
Rafferty
1‐3
0‐0
2,
Kelly
1‐2
1‐1
3.
Totals
16‐44
10‐15
42. Halftime
 –
 UP
 25,
 SJU
 16.
 Fouled
 out
 –
 None.
 Rebounds
 –
 UP
 25
 (Knight
 7),
 SJU
 31 (Righter
10).
Assists
–
N/A.
Total
Fouls
–
UP
16,
SJU
17.
Attendance
–
6,663.

1973
Tournament 1973
NCAA
East
Region
First
Round PROVIDENCE
89,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
76 March
10,
1973
–
Jamaica,
N.Y.

Providence DiGregorio
14‐21
3‐4
31,
Crawford
2‐4
0‐1
4,
Barnes
10‐21
1‐2
21,
Stacom
5‐11
2‐2
12, Costello
4‐8
1‐2
9,
King
4‐8
4‐4
12.
Totals
39‐73
11‐15
89. Saint
Joseph’s Bantom
10‐19
3‐4
23,
Furey
3‐9
5‐8
11,
Kelly
2‐4
1‐2
5,
McFarland
8‐13
0‐1
16,
O’Brien 3‐8
1‐2
7,
Moody
4‐6
0‐0
8,
Sabol
1‐2
0‐0
2,
Peltzer
1‐4
0‐0
2,
Rafferty
1‐1
0‐0
2.
Totals
33‐ 66
10‐17
76. Halftime
–
PC
36,
SJU
29.
Fouled
out
–
SJU
(Moody).
Rebounds
–
PC
40
(Barnes
17),
SJU 36
(Bantom
13).
Assists
–
PC
13
(DiGregorio
6),
SJU
10
(McFarland
4).
Total
Fouls
–
PC
13, SJU
11.


1971
Tournament 1971
NCAA
East
Region
First
Round VILLANOVA
93,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
75 March
13,
1971
–
Philadelphia,
Pa.

Villanova Porter
 9‐20
 8‐11
 26,
 Smith
 5‐12
 3‐4
 13,
 Siemiontkowski
 9‐20
 5‐5
 23,
 Ford
 2‐9
 3‐3
 7, Ingelsby
6‐9
8‐12
20,
McDowell
0‐0
0‐1
0,
Gohl
1‐1
0‐1
2,
Fox
1‐1
0‐0
2,
Daly
0‐0
0‐0
0. Totals
–
33‐72
27‐37
93. Saint
Joseph’s Connolly
6‐10
3‐3
15,
McFarland
6‐20
2‐3
14,
Bantom
7‐15
6‐8
20,
Snyder
4‐6
2‐2
10, Moody
1‐6
2‐3
4,
McCollum
2‐9
2‐3
6,
Mitchell
3‐5
0‐1
6,
Marks
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Sabul
0‐2
0‐0
0, Haas
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Krutsick
0‐0
0‐0
0.
Totals
29‐73
17‐23
75. Halftime
–
VU
44,
SJU
37.
Fouled
out
–
VU
(Siemiontkowski),
SJU
(Connolly,
McCollum). Rebounds
 –
 VU
 56
 (Porter
 18),
 SJU
 34
 (Bantom
 14).
 Assists
 –
 VU
 19
 (Ford
 10),
 SJU
 18 (Moody
7).
Total
Fouls
–
VU
18,
SJU
2.
Attendance
–
9,137,

1966
NCAA
East
Region
First
Round SAINT
JOSEPH’S
65,
PROVIDENCE
48 March
7,
1966
–
Blacksburg,
Va.

Saint
Joseph’s Anderson
4‐12
3‐7
11,
Duff
7‐13
5‐5
19,
Ford
1‐4
2‐3
4,
Guokas
5‐9
1‐1
11,
Oakes
7‐16 4‐5
18,
McKenna
1‐3
0‐1
2.
Totals
25‐57
15‐22
65. Providence Blair
3‐8
3‐3
9,
Benedict
5‐14
0‐0
10,
Walker
8‐16
3‐6
19,
Lasher
2‐8
0‐0
4,
Riordan
2‐7 2‐3
6,
McLaughlin
0‐1
0‐0
0.
Totals
20‐54
8‐12
48. Halftime
–
SJU
31,
PC
29.
Fouled
out
–
None.
Rebounds
–
SJU
41
 (Anderson),
 PC
 29 (Riordan
4).
Assists
–
SJU
4
(Anderson
1,
Duff
1,
Guokas
1,
Oakes
1),
PC
7
(Riordan
4).
Total Fouls
–
SJU
9,
PC
15.


1966
NCAA
East
Regional
Semifinal DUKE
76,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
74 March
11,
1966
–
Raleigh,
N.C.

Duke Verga
8‐17
6‐6
22,
Riedy
1‐5
3‐5
5,
Marin
6‐16
6‐8
18,
Vacendak
6‐14
1‐3
13,
Lewis
6‐ 12
2‐2
14,
Chapman
1‐3
2‐3
4,
Wendelin
0‐0
0‐0
0.

Totals
28‐67
20‐26
76. Saint
Joseph’s
 Oakes
4‐18
0‐0
8,
Ford
2‐5
2‐4
6,
Guokas
7‐15
5‐5
19,
Anderson
6‐15
8‐10
20,
Duff
7‐ 22
3‐5
17,
McKenna
1‐8
2‐2
4,
Chapman
0‐1
0‐0
0.

Totals
27‐84
20‐26
74. Halftime
–
DU
37,
SJU
33.

Fouled
out
–
SJU
(Guokas).

Rebounds
–
DU
51
(Marin
15, Lewis
15),
SJU
47
(Anderson
15).

Assists
–
DU
3
(Vacendak

2),
SJU
4
(Guokas
2).

Total Fouls
–
DU
17,
SJU
17.




1966
NCAA
East
Regional
Third
Place SAINT
JOSEPH’S
92,
DAVIDSON
76 March
12,
1966
–
Raleigh,
N.C.

Davidson
 Snyder
3‐14
0‐0
6,
Youngdale
3‐3
2‐2
8,
Lane
5‐10
4‐4
14,
Sauier
4‐10
0‐1
8,
Knowles 10‐19
8‐11
28,
Leight
1‐2
0‐0
2,
Hatcher
1‐1
2‐2
4,
Clifton
1‐3
2‐2
4,
Stone
0‐1
2‐2
2.

Totals 28‐63
20‐24
76. Saint
Joseph’s
 Ford
 7‐15
 3‐4
 17,
 Guokas
 6‐16
 2‐2
 14,
 Anderson
 5‐11
 10‐12
 20,
 Duff
 6‐16
 5‐6
 17, McKenna
2‐9
0‐1
4.

Oakes
2‐5
1‐3
6,
Chapman
2‐6
3‐3
7,
Brenner
1‐4
0‐0
2,

Donches
2‐3 0‐0
4,
Grunty
0‐2
1‐3
1,
DeAngelis
0‐0
0‐0
0.

Totals
33‐87
26‐34
92.
 Halftime
–
DC
35,
SJU
43.

Fouled
out
–
DC
(Snyder,
Youngdale).

Rebounds
–
DC
34 (Snyder
 10,
 Knowles
 10),
 
 SJU
 49
 (Anderson
 10).
 
 
 Assists
 –
 DC
 11
 (Snyder
 4),
 SJU
 10 (Anderson
3,
Guokas
3).

Total
Fouls
–
DC
21,
SJU
15.



1969
Tournament 1969
NCAA
East
Region
First
Round DUQUESNE
74,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
52 March
8,1969
–
Kingston,
R.I.

Duquesne Abraham
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Barr
2‐7
0‐0
4,
Bradley
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Connolley
1‐1
0‐1
2,
Durham
9‐13 1‐1
19,
Gilbert
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Hines
1‐4
3‐3
5,
Major
2‐10
4‐4
8,
G.
Nelson
7‐14
3‐7
17,
Zopf
5‐ 9
0‐0
10,
B.
Nelson
0‐1
7‐9
7,
Zinn
0‐0
2‐2
2,
McHugh
0‐1
0‐0
0.
Totals
27‐60
20‐27
74. Saint
Joseph’s Connolly
1‐5
1‐1
3,
Dignazio
1‐3
0‐1
2,
Haver
3‐10
8‐12
14,
Kelly
6‐15
4‐5
16,
Leonarczyk 0‐2
1‐2
1,
Lynch
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Marks
0‐3
0‐1
0,
McLaughlin
0‐1
0‐0
0,
Mitchell
2‐3
2‐2
6,
Pfahler 1‐4
1‐6
3,
Snyder
3‐11
1‐1
7.
Totals
17‐57
18‐31
52. Halftime
–
DU
29,
SJU
21.
Fouled
out
–
SJU
(Pfahler).
Rebounds
–
DU
52
(Nelson,
G.
18), SJU
32
(Pfahler
6).
Assists
–
DU
13
(Hines
3),
SJU
2
(Pfahler
1,
Snyder
1).
Total
Fouls
–
DU 27,
SJU
22.


The
1965‐66
squad
is
considered
one
of
the
best
teams
in
school
history. The
Hawks
were
ranked
number
one
in
the
preseason,
advanced
to
the NCAA
Regional
Semifinals,
and
finished
the
year
with
a
24‐5
record
and a
final
ranking
of
fifth
by
Associated
Press.


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NCAA TOURNAMENT BOX SCORES 1965
Tournament

1963
Tournament

1965
NCAA
East
Region
First
Round SAINT
JOSEPH’S
67,
CONNECTICUT
61 March
8,1965
–
Philadelphia,
Pa.

The
Hawks'
quest
for
a
second
Final
Four
in
three
years
was
ended
by
sec‐ ond‐ranked
Duke
in
the
regional
championship
game.

Tom
Wynne
(17.9
ppg) and
Steve
Courtin
(11.7
ppg)
joined
future
coaches
Jim
Lynam
(14.1
ppg)
and Jim
Boyle
(12.7
ppg)
as
double‐figure
scorers.

Saint
Joseph’s
 Ford
6‐14
2‐3
14,
Duff
5‐11
0‐1
10,
Anderson
5‐15
2‐3
12,
Oakes
3‐9
0‐1
6,
Guokas
7‐ 12
5‐5
19,
McKenna
2‐2
2‐2
6,
Chapman
0‐0
0‐0
0.

Totals
28‐63
11‐15
67. Connecticut Hesford
7‐12
0‐1
14,
Ritter
3‐10
1‐2
7,
Kimball
9‐15
3‐3
21,
Curran
0‐0
0‐1
0,
Bialosuknia 5‐18
3‐4
13,
Penders
2‐6
2‐5
6,
Thompson
0‐2
0‐0
0.

Totals
26‐63
9‐16
61.
 Halftime
–
SJU
26,
UC
33.

Fouled
out
–
None.

Rebounds
–
SJU
34
(Anderson
12),
UC 43
(Kimball
29).

Assists
–
SJU
16
(Guokas
6),
UC
11
(Hesford
4).

Total
Fouls
–
SJU
14,
UC 13.

Attendance
–
9,282.

1965
NCAA
East
Regional
Semifinal PROVIDENCE
81,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
73
(OT) March
12,1965
–
College
Park,
Md.

Saint
Joseph’s Ford
5‐14
3‐5
13,
Duff
3‐10
5‐6
11,
Anderson
5‐14
5‐6
15,
Guokas
7‐11
0‐1
14,
Oakes 6‐17
0‐2
12,
McKenna
4‐10
0‐3
8,
Chapman
0‐0
0‐0
0.
Totals
30‐76
13‐23
73. Providence Westbrook
6‐13
4‐10
16,
Walker
6‐16
8‐10
20,
Blair
3‐9
1‐1
7,
Benedict
11‐17
0‐0
22, Riordan
5‐11
6‐8
16,
Lasher
0‐1
0‐0
0.
Totals
31‐67
19‐29
81. Halftime
‐
SJU
40,
PC
34.
Fouled
Out
–
SJU
(Duff,
Anderson),
PC
(Westbrook).
Rebounds –
SJU
55
(Ford
12,
Anderson
12),
PC
36
(Westbrook).
Assists
–
N/A.
Total
Fouls
–
SJU
22, PC
16.


1965
NCAA
East
Regional
Third
Place NORTH
CAROLINA
ST.
103,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
81 March
13,1965
–
College
Park,
Md.

North
Carolina
State Coker
 2‐5
 3‐5
 7,
 Mattocks
 6‐12
 2‐2
 14,
 Lakins
 12‐22
 9‐11
 33,
 Moffit
 5‐9
 5‐6
 15, Biedenbach
5‐7
4‐6
14,
Worsley
6‐11
0‐2
12,
Blondeau
1‐3
0‐0
2,
Gealy
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Hale
0‐ 0
0‐0
0,
Hodgdon
1‐2
0‐0
2,
Moore
2‐4
0‐0
4,
Taylor
0‐0
0‐0
0.
Totals
40‐75
23‐32
103. Saint
Joseph’s Ford
8‐20
5‐5
21,
Duff
1‐4
1‐1
3,
Anderson,
12‐22
2‐6
26,
Guokas
5‐12
4‐5
14,
Oakes
3‐ 14
2‐3
8,
McKenna
1‐3
1‐1
3,
Chapman
0‐2
0‐0
0,
Julia
1‐2
0‐0
2,
Brenner
1‐2
0‐0
2,
Grundy 1‐1
0‐2
2,
McFadden
0‐0
0‐1
0.
Totals
33‐82
15‐24
81. Halftime
–
NC
48,
SJU
37.
Fouled
Out
–
SJU
(Duff).
Rebounds
–
NC
43
(Lakins
14),
SJU 45
(Anderson
23).
Assists
–
NC
22
(Mattocks
8),
SJU
14
(Guokas
7).
Total
Fouls
–
NC
18,
SJU 23

1963
NCAA
East
Region
First
Round SAINT
JOSEPH’S
82,
PRINCETON
81
(OT) March
11,
1963
–
Philadelphia,
Pa.

Saint
Joseph’s Wynne
5‐16
4‐7
14,
Boyle
6‐13
4‐4
16,
Hofmann
0‐1
0‐1
0,
Lynam
8‐16
2‐3
18,
Courtin 9‐19
3‐3
21,
Tiller
2‐3
4‐6
8,
Kelly
2‐6
0‐0
4,
Hoy
0‐3
1‐3
1.
Totals
32‐77
18‐27
82. Princeton Haarlow
5‐9
0‐1
10,
Berling
1‐1
0‐0
2,
Howard
2‐2
3‐4
7,
Bradley
12‐21
16‐16
40,
Hyland 8‐16
4‐4
20,
Roth
0‐2
0‐2
0,
Johnston
1‐2
0‐0
2,
Niemann
0‐1
0‐0
0,
Kingston
0‐0
0‐0
0. Totals
29‐54
23‐27
81. Halftime
–
SJU
31,
PU
33.
Fouled
out
–
SJU
(Courtin),
PU
(Bradley,
Roth).
Rebounds
– SJU
38
(Tiller
10),
PU
45
(Bradley
16).
Assists
–
SJU
7
(Lynam
4),
PU
11
(Hyland
7).
Total Fouls
–
SJU
20,
PU
22.


1963
NCAA
East
Regional
Semifinal SAINT
JOSEPH’S
97,
WEST
VIRGINIA
88 March
15,
1963
–
College
Park,
Md.

Saint
Joseph’s Boyle
9‐11
5‐6
23,
Wynne
10‐19
3‐5
23,
Hofmann
4‐9
1‐7
9,
Lynam
6‐8
8‐12
20,
Courtin 7‐13
3‐4
17,
Tiller
2‐3
1‐2
5,
Hoy
0‐0
0‐1
0,
Kelly
0‐0
0‐0
0.
Totals
38‐63
21‐37
97. West
Virginia Catlett
2‐5
1‐1
5,
Wolfe
2‐5
1‐1
5,
Lowry
1‐3
1‐1
3,
McCormick
10‐18
3‐5
23,
Thorn
16‐ 28
12‐15
44,
Shuck
1‐1
0‐0
2,
Weir
0‐1
0‐0
0,
Maphis
1‐6
0‐0
2,
Ray
1‐2
2‐2
4.
Totals
34‐69 20‐25
88. Halftime
 –
 SJU
 58,
 WVU
 37.
 Fouled
 out
 –
 SJU
 (Courtin),
 WVU
 (Catlett,
 Wolfe). Rebounds
–
SJU
42
(Hofmann
11),
WVU
39
(Wolfe
7).
Assists
–
N/A.
Total
Fouls
–
SJU
20, WVU
26.


1963
NCAA
East
Regional
Final DUKE
73,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
59 March
16,
1963
–
College
Park,
Md.

Duke Heyman
3‐14
10‐15
16,
Mullins
10‐16
4‐4
24,
Buckley
4‐9
2‐3
10,
Harrison
0‐3
1‐2
1, Schmidt
9‐16
2‐2
20,
Herbster
0‐2
2‐2
2,
Tison
0‐1
0‐0
0.
Totals
26‐61
21‐28
73. Saint
Joseph’s Boyle
2‐17
0‐1
4,
Wynne
13‐23
3‐3
29,
Hofmann
1‐5
0‐0
2,
Courtin
7‐16
0‐0
14,
Lynam 4‐7
0‐1
8,
Tiller
0‐2
2‐2
2,
Kelly
0‐2
0‐0
0.
Totals
27‐72
5‐7
59. Halftime
–
DU
34,
SJU
33.
Fouled
out
–
SJU
(Boyle).
Rebounds
–
DU
46
(Buckley
18),
SJU 43
(Boyle
10).
Assists
–
N/A.
Total
Fouls
–
DU
6,
SJU
20.


1962
Tournament 1962
NCAA
East
Regional
Semifinal WAKE
FOREST
96,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
85
(OT) March
16,
1962
–
College
Park,
Md.

Saint
Joseph’s Boyle
6‐13
4‐4
16,
Wynne
10‐26
9‐9
29,
Dickey
2‐8
1‐2
5,
Hoy
1‐6
4‐5
6,
Lynam
6‐12
3‐ 3
15,
Gormley
5‐6
0‐0
10,
Hofmann
0‐1
3‐6
3,
Tiller
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Booth
0‐2
1‐2
1,
Courtin
0‐0 0‐0
0.
Totals
–
30‐74
25‐31
85. Wake
Forest Chappell
9‐17
16‐20
34,
Christie
5‐10
0‐1
10,
Woollard
4‐8
4‐4
12,
Wiedeman
5‐12
5‐6 15,
Packer
8‐14
1‐2
17,
McCoy
3‐5
2‐2
8,
Hull
0‐3
0‐0
0,
Carmichael
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Hassell
0‐0 0‐0
0.
Totals
–
34‐69
28‐35
96.
 Halftime
 –
 SJU
 41,
 WFU
 36.
 Fouled
 out
 –
 SJU
 (Dickie,
 Hoffman),
 WFU
 (Woollard). Rebounds
–
SJU
36
(Hoy
9),
WFU
52
(Chappell
18).
Assists
–
SJU
2
(Dickey
1,
Hoy
1),
WFU 8
(Chappell
4).
Total
Fouls
–
SJU
25,
WFU
19.
Attendance
–
9,236.

1962
NCAA
East
Region
Third
Place NEW
YORK
UNIVERSITY
94,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
85 March
17,
1962
–
College
Park,
Md.

Tom
 Duff
 was
 a
 double‐figure
 scorer
 for
 Jack
 Ramsay’s
 teams which
 won
 73
 games
 from
 1963
 through
 1966,
 reached
 the NCAA
 Regional
 semifinals
 in
 1965
 and
 was
 the
 nation’s
 top‐ ranked
team
in
the
preseason
for
1965‐66.



New
York
University Kramer
 4‐11
 4‐7
 12,
 O’Neill
 4‐6
 5‐8
 13,
 Hairston
 10‐15
 5‐6
 25,
 Boose
 4‐15
 8‐12
 16, Reiner
5‐10
7‐7
17,
Blaha
1‐3
2‐3
4,
Gaillard
0‐1
4‐4
4,
Williams
1‐1
0‐0
2,
Filardi
0‐1
1‐2
1, Jordan
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Patton
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Frontera
0‐0
0‐0
0.
Totals
29‐63
36‐49
94. Saint
Joseph’s Boyle
3‐6
3‐4
9,
Wynne
8‐18
8‐11
24,
Dickey
0‐2
0‐0
0,
Hoy
7‐15
4‐4
18,
Lynam
1‐1
0‐1 2,
Hoffman
2‐11
5‐12
9,
Booth
2‐8
3‐4
7,
Gormley
5‐11
2‐2
12,
Kelly
0‐1
0‐0
0,
Courtin
1‐6 0‐0
2,
Tiller
1‐3
0‐2
2.
Totals
30‐82
25‐40
85. Halftime
 –
 NYU
 51,
 SJU
 40.
 Fouled
 out
 –
 NYU
 (Kramer,
 Blaha),
 SJU
 (Boyle,
 Wynne, Dickey).
Rebounds
–
NYU
51
(Boose
18),
SJU
52
(Hoffman
19).
Assists
–
N/A.
Total
Fouls
– NYU
28,
SJU
30.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 144


NCAA TOURNAMENT BOX SCORES 1961
Tournament

1960
Tournament

Jack
Ramsay's
third
NCAA
team
in
as
many
years
reached
the
school's
only Final
 Four.
 
 The
 Hawks
 fell
 to
 eventual
 champion
 Ohio
 State
 in
 the
 national semifinals
before
recovering
to
capture
third
place
in
the
longest
NCAA
tour‐ nament
 game
 of
 all
 time.
 
 Jack
 Egan
 (21.9
 ppg),
 Billy
 Hoy
 (11.2
 ppg),
 Vince Kempton
 (11.2
 ppg)
 and
 future
 coach
 Jim
 Lynam
 (11.2
 ppg)
 led
 a
 balanced attack.
Saint
Joseph’s
participation
was
later
vacated.


1960
NCAA
East
Region
Semifinal DUKE
58,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
56 March
11,1960
–
Charlotte,
N.C.

1961
NCAA
East
Region
Semifinal SAINT
JOSEPH’S
72,
PRINCETON
67 March
17,
1961
–
Charlotte,
N.C.

Princeton Campbell
6‐15
12‐13
24,
Hyland
3‐9
1‐1
7,
Higgins
0‐2
0‐0
0,
Kaommerlen
7‐11
4‐5
18, Whitehouse
3‐10
2‐7
8,
Adams
0‐6
1‐3
1,
Hyland
2‐4
1‐2
5,
Burton
2‐4
0‐0
4,
Haarlow
0‐0 0‐0
0.
Totals
23‐61
21‐31
67. Saint
Joseph’s Lynam
4‐9
3‐4
11,
Hoy
2‐5
6‐8
10,
Majewski
0‐10
2‐2
2,
Egan
7‐21
5‐7
19,
Kempton
9‐ 15
3‐4
21,
Wynne
1‐10
1‐2
3,
Booth
0‐1
2‐3
2,
Gormley
2‐3
0‐0
4.
Totals
25‐74
22‐30
72. Halftime
–
PU
28,
SJU
29.
Fouled
out
–
PU
(Campbell,
Hyland),
SJU
(Majewski,
Wynne). Rebounds
–
PU
38
(Whitehouse
13),
SJU
56
(Egan
13).
Assists
–
PU
1
(Whitehouse
1),
SJU 6
(Egan
2).
Total
Fouls
–
PU
21,
SJU
21.


1961
NCAA
East
Region
Final SAINT
JOSEPH’S
96,
WAKE
FOREST
86 March
18,
1961
–
Charlotte,
N.C.

Wake
Forest Hart
5‐11
6‐6
16,
Hull
4‐10
1‐2
9,
Packer
2‐6
0‐1
4,
Wiedeman
5‐13
1‐4
11,
Chappell
11‐ 18
10‐14
32,
McCoy
6‐6
2‐2
14,
Woollard
0‐1
0‐0
0,
Koehler
0‐2
0‐0
0,
Caldwell
0‐1
0‐0
0, Fennell
0‐0
0‐0
0.
Totals
33‐68
20‐29
86. Saint
Joseph’s Lynam
 3‐11
 9‐12
 15,
 Majewski
 8‐13
 3‐4
 19,
 Hoy
 6‐13
 8‐11
 20,
 Egan
 6‐15
 2‐3
 14, Kempton
6‐11
0‐1
12,
Wynne
7‐10
2‐2
16,
Westhead
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Booth
0‐0
0‐0
0.
Totals
36‐ 73
24‐33
96. Halftime
–
WFU
28,
SJU
48.
Fouled
out
–
WFU
(Hart),
SJU
(Kempton).
Rebounds
–
WFU 43
(Chappell
16),
SJU
33
(Majewski
9,
Egan
9).
Assists
–
WFU
13
(Hart
4),
SJU
12
(Lynam 5).
Total
Fouls
–
WFU
23,
SJU
22.


1961
NCAA
Final
Four OHIO
STATE
95,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
69 March
24,
1961
–
Kansas
City,
Mo.

Ohio
State Nowell
7‐11
1‐1
15,
Havlicek
5‐6
1‐2
11,
Lucas
10‐11
9‐10
29,
Hoyt
2‐6
0‐0
4,
Siegfried 8‐11
5‐7
21,
Knight
2‐5
1‐2
5,
McDonald
1‐4
0‐0
2,
Gearhart
0‐2
2‐2
2,
Reasbeck
0‐1
0‐1
0, Lee
1‐1
0‐0
2,
Miller
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Landes
2‐2
0‐0
4.
Totals
38‐60
19‐25
95. Saint
Joseph’s Lynam
2‐5
3‐4
7,
Hoy
6‐17
1‐1
13,
Majewski
4‐12
5‐7
13,
Egan
3‐15
2‐3
8,
Kempton
5‐ 9
8‐8
18,
Wynne
1‐9
2‐2
4,
Booth
0‐3
2‐2
2,
Gormley
1‐5
2‐2
4,
Westhead
0‐1
0‐1
0,
Bugey 0‐0
0‐0
0,
Dickey
0‐0
0‐0
0.
Totals
22‐76
25‐30
69. Halftime
–
OSU
45,
SJU
28.
Fouled
out
–
None.
Rebounds
–
OSU
41
(Lucas
13),
SJU
26 (Kempton
8).
Assists
–
N/A.
Total
Fouls
–
OSU
20,
SJU
18.


1961
NCAA
Third
Place SAINT
JOSEPH’S
127,
UTAH
120
(4
OT) March
25,
1961
‐
Kansas
City,
Mo.

Saint
Joseph’s Majewski
11,
Egan
42,
Kempton
16,
Lynam
31,
Hoy
10,
Wynne
15,
Gormley
0,
Booth 2,
Westhead
0,
Dickey
0.
Totals‐
127. Utah Rhead
28,
Ruffell
14,
McGill
34,
Morton
11,
Rowe
6,
Crain
13,
Thomas
6,
Aufterheide 2,
Cozby
6,
Jenson
0.
Totals‐
120. Halftime
‐
SJU
48,
UT
41.
Fouled
out
‐
SJU
(Egan,
Kempton,
Wynne),
UT
(McGill, Crain).

Total
Fouls
‐
SJU
24,
UT
28.
Attendance
–
10,700.

Saint
Joseph’s Callo
6‐20
2‐2
14,
Clarke
7‐15
8‐11
22,
McNeill
4‐12
0‐0
8,
Egan
2‐12
0‐3
4,
Kempton
0‐ 7
2‐2
2,
Majewski
0‐2
0‐0
0,
Westhead
1‐1
0‐0
2,
Reilly
2‐5
0‐0
4,
Booth
0‐0
0‐0
0.
Totals 22‐74
12‐18
56. Duke Mullen
0‐1
5‐7
5,
Hurt
7‐14
1‐2
15,
Youngkin
9‐15
4‐6
22,
Frye
2‐9
2‐4
6,
Kistler
2‐11
2‐ 4
6,
Mewhort
1‐1
2‐3
4.
Totals
21‐51
16‐26
58. Halftime
 ‐
 DU
 27,
 SJU
 20.
 Fouled
 Out
 –
 SJU
 (Callo),
 DU
 (Youngkin).
 Rebounds
 –
 SJU
 47 (Clarke
15),
DU
33
(Youngkin
12).
Assists
–
N/A.
Total
Fouls
–
SJU
18,
DU
11.


1960
NCAA
East
Region
Third
Place WEST
VIRGINIA
106,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
100 March
12,1960
–
Charlotte,
N.C.

West
Virginia West
12‐28
13‐14
37,
Ritchie
3‐7
6‐9
12,
Akers
2‐13
3‐6
7,
Patrone
9‐13
5‐9
23,
Warren 6‐12
2‐2
14,
Goode
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Popovich
1‐1
0‐0
2,
Posch
1‐4
5‐6
7,
Visnic
1‐3
0‐0
2,
Miller 1‐3
0‐0
2,
Bode
0‐1
0‐0
0.
Totals
36‐85
34‐46
106. Saint
Joseph’s Clarke
 4‐10
 1‐1
 9,
 Majewski
 4‐9
 4‐4
 12,
 Gallo
 13‐26
 3‐4
 29,
 Westhead
 2‐13
 4‐5
 8, Kempton
4‐10
0‐0
8,
Egan
9‐18
2‐2
20,
McNeill
5‐14
4‐4
14,
Reilly
0‐3
0‐0
0,
Coolican
0‐0 0‐0
0.
Totals
41‐103
18‐20
100. Haltime
–
SJU
59,
WV
51.
Fouled
Out
–
SJU
(Clarke,
Westhead,
Kempton,
Egan).

Rebounds –
WV
56
(West
16),
SJU
54
(Kempton
10,
Egan
10).
Assists
–
N/A.
Total
Fouls
–
WV
14,
SJU 30.


1959
Tournament 1959
NCAA
East
Region
Semifinal WEST
VIRGINIA
95,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
92 March
13,1959
–
Charlotte,
N.C.

Saint
Joseph’s Egan
9‐13
2‐2
20,
Spratt
6‐10
5‐7
17,
Clarke
6‐9
3‐4
15,
Gallo
9‐22
4‐4
22,
McNeill
1‐8 5‐6
7,
Reilly
1‐4
2‐2
4,
Majewski
2‐4
0‐2
4,
Hoffacker
0‐0
1‐2
1,
Cooke
1‐1
0‐0
2.
Totals
35‐ 71
22‐29
92. West
Virginia West
12‐22
12‐18
36,
Akers
3‐10
7‐8
13,
Clousson
2‐7
0‐0
4,
Smith
2‐11
3‐4
7,
Bolyard 4‐10
2‐4
10,
Posch
0‐1
0‐0
0,
Ritchie
2‐11
4‐7
8,
Retton
1‐4
2‐2
4,
Patrone
5‐16
3‐7
13. Totals
31‐92
33‐50
95. Halftime
 –
 SJU
 48,
 WV
 42.
 Fouled
 Out
 –
 SJU
 (Egan,
 Spratt,
 Clarke,
 McNeill,
 Majewski). Rebounds
–
SJU
44
(Clarke
13),
WV
56
(West
15).
Assists
–
SJU
12
(Gallo
4,
McNeill
4),
WV 10
(Bolyard
4).
Total
Fouls
‐
SJU
32,
WV
20.


1959
NCAA
East
Region
Third
Place NAVY
70,
SAINT
JOSEPH’S
59 March
14,1959
–
Charlotte,
N.C.

Navy Bower
3‐7
3‐5
9,
Brown
4‐10
3‐3
11,
Metzler
7‐17
4‐5
18,
Delano
1‐4
4‐7
6,
Doyle
2‐4 2‐2
6,
Egan
5‐7
0‐1
10,
Land
1‐2
0‐1
2,
Bagnard
3‐8
2‐5
8.
Totals
26‐59
18‐29
70. Saint
Joseph’s Egan
8‐16
2‐3
18,
Spratt
4‐7
4‐6
12,
Clarke
4‐12
3‐4
11,
Gallo
2‐16
2‐2
6,
McNeill
2‐9
0‐ 0
4,
Reilly
0‐1
0‐0
0,
Majewski
0‐0
1‐1
1,
Hoffacker
0‐0
0‐0
0,
Cooke
2‐5
0‐0
4,
Coolican
0‐ 3
0‐0
0.
Totals
22‐69
12‐16
56. Halftime
–
USNA
32,
SJU
19.
Fouled
Out
–
None.
Assists
–
N/A.
Total
Fouls
–
USNA
12, SJU
20.


Jack
Ramsay’s
1960‐61
squad
is
the
only
team
in
school
history
to
reach the
NCAA
Final
Four,
although
the
1981
and
2004
teams
advanced
to
the Elite
Eight.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 145


POSTSEASON RECORDS CAREER
SCORING
‐
 NCAA
TOURNAMENT
ONLY Player 1. Jameer
Nelson 2. Tom
Wynne 3. Steve
Courtin

Seasons 2000‐04 1961‐63 1962‐64

G 7 9 7

CAREER
REBOUNDING
‐
NCAA
&
NIT
 Pts
 157 157 115

Avg 22.4 17.4 16.4

CAREER
SCORING
‐
NCAA
&
NIT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
 7. 8.

Player Jameer
Nelson Tom
Wynne Steve
Courtin Mark
Bass Reggie
Townsend Pat
Carroll Rashid
Bey Terrell
Myers

Seasons 2000‐04 1961‐63 1962‐64 1992‐96 1992‐96 2001‐05 1995‐96 1993‐97

G 9 9 7 7 7 13 9 9

Pts
 196 157 115 93 92 166 113 95

Avg 21.8 17.4 16.4 13.3 13.1 12.8 12.5 10.5

SINGLE
GAME
SCORING
‐
NCAA
&
NIT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Player Jack
Egan Marvin
O’Connor Jameer
Nelson Jameer
Nelson Steve
Courtin Steve
Courtin Tony
Costner Tom
Wynne Tom
Wynne

Opponent Utah
(3/25/61) Stanford
(3/17/01) Liberty
(3/18/04) Auburn
(3/21/03) Bradley*
(3/14/64) Miami*
(3/12/64) Boston
College*
(3/16/84) Duke
(3/16/63) Wake
Forest
(3/16/62)

Pts 42 37 33 32 31 30 29 29 29

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Player Cliff
Anderson Tom
Duff Dwayne
Jones Reggie
Townsend Will
Johnson Tom
Wynne

Seasons 1965‐67 1964‐66 2002‐05 1992‐96 1992‐96 1961‐63

G 4 6 11 7 7 9

Reb 53 56 99 56 55 64

Avg 13.2 9.3 9.0 8.0 7.8 7.1

SINGLE
GAME
REBOUNDING
‐
 NCAA
&
NIT
 Player 1. Boo
Williams 2. Will
Johnson 3.

Dwayne
Jones 4.
 Dwayne
Jones Cliff
Anderson 6. Dwayne
Jones Larry
Hofmann Cliff
Anderson Mike
Bantom
 Will
Johnson

Opponent Rebs Texas*
(3/5/80) 18 Alabama*
(3/26/96) 17 Buffalo*
(3/19/05) 16 Hofstra*
(3/16/05) 15 Providence
(3/10/66) 15 Memphis*
(3/29/05) 14 Miami*
(3/12/64) 14 Duke
(3/11/66) 14 Villanova
(3/13/71) 14 Rhode
Island*
(3/21/96) 14

*
denotes
NIT
game

Dwayne
 Jones
 established
 himself
 as
 one
 of the
 top
 rebounders
 in
 Hawk
 history
 and totaled
an
all‐time
SJU
high
of
99
rebounds
in 11
career
postseason
games.

POSTSEASON
RECORDS
‐
NCAA
&
NIT Most
3‐Pt
FG
Made
(game) 6,
Pat
Carroll
vs.
Memphis
(3/29/05)* Most
3‐Pt
FG
Made
(career) 33,
Pat
Carroll
(13
games,
2001‐05) Most
3‐Pt
FG
Attempts
(game) 14
by
two
players,
last
by
Rashid
Bey
 vs.
Boston
College
(3/15/97) Most
3‐Pt
Attempts
(career) 94,
Pat
Carroll
(13
games,
2001‐05) Best
3‐Pt
Percentage
(career) .500
(8
of
16),
Dmitri
Domani
(9
games, 1993‐97) Most
Free
Throws
Made
(game) 13,
Dwayne
Lee
vs.
Holy
Cross (3/21/05)* Most
Free
Throws
Made
(career) 28,
Reggie
Townsend
(7
games,
 1992‐96) Most
Free
Throws
Attempted
(game) 14,
Dwayne
Lee
vs.
Holy
Cross (3/21/05)*
and
Will
Johnson
vs. Rhode
Island
(3/21/96)* Most
Free
Throws
Attempted (career) 39,
Rashid
Bey
(9
games,
1994‐98)
 Best
Free
Throw
Percentage
 (career,
min.
10
made) .938
(15
of
16),
Mark
Bass
(1992‐96) Phil
Martelli
now
holds
the
SJU
record
for
postseason
wins
with
17,
sur‐ passing
 Jack
 Ramsay’s
 mark
 of
 12.
 Martelli
 also
 ranks
 first
 all‐time among
SJU
coaches
with
a
postseason
winning
percentage
of .680.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 146

Most
Assists
(game) 10,
Bryan
Warrick
vs.
Northeastern (3/12/82)
and
Geoff
Arnold
vs. Richmond
(3/14/86) Most
Assists
(career) 47,
Rashid
Bey
(9
games,
1994‐98) Most
Steals
(game) 4,
Rob
Valderas
vs.
Ohio
State (3/7/79)*
and
Rashid
Bey
vs.
Boston College
(3/15/97) Most
Steals
(career) 22,
Jameer
Nelson
(9
games,
2000‐04) Most
Blocked
Shots
(game) 5,
Rodney
Blake
vs.
Cleveland
State, (3/16/86)
and
Duval
Simmonds
vs. Boston
College
(3/15/97) Most
Blocked
Shots
(career) 33,
Dwayne
Jones
(11
games,
 2002‐05) *
denotes
NIT
game


PHILADELPHIA BIG 5 The
Philadelphia
Big
5
...
A
Philly
Tradition On
November
23,
1954
the
administrations
at
the
five
major
uni‐ versities
in
the
Philadelphia
area
agreed
to
formulate
a
partnership between
their
athletic
departments.

They
agreed
to
participate
in
a men’s
basketball
round
robin,
the
“City
Series”,
at
The
Palestra
on
the University
of
Pennsylvania’s
campus.

The
Big
5
was
born.

For
over
50 years,
this
partnership
has
remained
intact
and
defines
Philadelphia’s collegiate
sports
tradition,
with
heated
rivalries
and
fierce
competi‐ tion
 on
 the
 court,
 partnership
 and
 camaraderie
 off
 the
 court.
 
 The Philadelphia
Big
5
was
named
the
city’s
“Best
Sports
Tradition”
by
the Philadelphia
Daily
News. In
a
city
that
is
passionate
about
its
sports
teams,
The
Philadelphia Big
5
is
the
embodiment
of
collegiate
sports…it’s
the
8,722
fans
that repeatedly
fill
the
most
storied
basketball
building
in
the
country,
the Palestra…it’s
 about
 earning
 bragging
 rights
 when
 your
 school
 wins the
 City
 Series…it’s
 some
 of
 the
 most
 personable
 and
 successful coaches
in
the
business…it’s
students
showing
up
an
hour
before
the game
waiting
to
erupt
when
their
team
takes
the
floor…it’s
the
look on
 a
 freshman’s
 face
 when
 he
 gets
 thrown
 into
 his
 first
 City
 Series game…it’s
 student‐athletes
 collecting
 canned
 goods
 for
 the
 poor, mentoring
our
city’s
youth,
and
holding
clinics
for
young
players…it’s reaching
countless
fans
and
alums
with
something
good,
something wholesome,
something
historic. No
 other
 city
 in
 the
 United
 States
 is
 represented
 by
 five
 major Division
I
Universities. The
Big
5
–
only
in
Philadelphia.

For
information
on
the
Big
5,
contact Steve
Crider Assistant
Director Philadelphia
Big
5 235
South
33rd
St. Philadelphia,
PA
19104 215‐898‐4747 Fax:
(215)
573‐2599 email:
steve@philadelphiabig5.org

2010‐11
Philadelphia
Big
5
Standings Big
5 4‐0 3‐1 2‐2 1‐3 0‐4

Villanova Temple La
Salle Penn Saint
Joseph’s

Overall 21‐12 26‐8 15‐18 13‐15 11‐22

2010‐11
Big
5
Honors Herb
Good
Awards All‐Big
5
First
Team Lavoy
Allen
(TU) Corey
Fisher
(VU) Ramone
Moore
(TU) Zack
Rosen
(UP) Corey
Stokes
(VU)

All‐Big
5
Second
Team Jack
Eggleston
(UP) Juan
Fernandez
(TU) Carl
Jones
(SJU) Aaric
Murray
(LSU) Maalik
Wayns
(VU)

Geasey
Award
(Outstanding
Player): Lavoy
Allen
(TU) Harry
Litwack
Award
(Coach
of
the
Year):
Fran
Dunphy
(TU) Dave
Zinkoff
Award
(Rookie
of
the
Year):
Langston
Galloway
(SJU)
 George
Paul
Award
(Most
Improved):
Scootie
Randall
(TU) Harry
Merrill
Award
(Sportsmanship): Antonio
Pena
(VU) Cy
Kasselman
Award
(Top
Free
Throw
Shooter): Corey
Stokes
(VU) Palumbo
Award
(Top
Scorer): Carl
Jones
(SJU)

www.philadelphiabig5.org

Carl
 Jones
 (left)
 was
 named
 to
 the
 All‐Big
 5
 Second
 Team
 and
 Langston Galloway
was
honored
as
the
2011
Big
5
Rookie
of
the
Year.


All‐Time
Big
5
Records/Titles School

Record

Pct.

Titles


Temple Villanova Saint
Joseph’s La
Salle Penn

122‐86 124‐84 115‐93 82‐126 78‐130

.586 .596 .552 .394 .375

25
(6
outright/19
shared) 21
(10
outright/11
shared) 19
(9
outright/10
shared) 10
(4
outright/6
shared) 13
(5
outright/8
shared)

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 147


HAWKS AND THE POLLS Results
vs.
Ranked
Teams (AP
Rankings
Only)

2/20/11 12/8/10 12/3/10 2/20/10 1/6/10 12/9/09 11/22/09 3/26/09 12/11/08 11/23/08 3/14/08 3/6/08 2/10/08 11/29/07 11/13/07 2/11/06 2/7/06 1/14/06 12/31/05 2/7/05 11/23/04 3/27/04 3/25/04 11/14/03 3/5/03 2/7/01 2/29/00 12/4/99 12/10/98 1/6/98 1/20/98 2/3/98 2/7/98 2/21/98 3/5/98 12/20/97 2/8/97 3/15/97 3/20/97 11/20/96 12/7/96 12/23/96 1/10/96 1/29/96 2/28/96 3/2/96 2/1/95 1/2/94 2/15/94 2/22/94 12/1/93 3/4/93 12/22/90 12/10/87 1/7/87 2/7/87 3/3/87 12/1/84 12/15/84 2/7/84 2/7/82 2/6/81 3/14/81 3/22/81 12/30/80 1/8/80

at
#25
Temple #20
Minnesota at
#12
Villanova
 #20
Temple
(P) at
#25
Temple
 #3
Villanova
(P) #7
Purdue
(N) #19
Xavier
(P) at
#15
Villanova
 #6
Texas
(N) #12
Xavier
(N) #8
Xavier at
#13
Xavier #19
Gonzaga at
#25
Syracuse #8
G.
Washington #4
Villanova
(P) at
#
17
G.
Washington at
#8
Gonzaga #22
Villanova
(P) at
#2
Kansas #4
Oklahoma
State
(N) #17
Wake
Forest
(N) #10
Gonzaga
(N) #18
Xavier #24
Xavier #5
Temple
(P) at
#14
Syracuse #21
Tennessee #23
Rhode
Island at
#19
Xavier at
#23
Rhode
Island #22
G.
Washington at
#23
Massachusetts #24
Temple
(N) at
#6
South
Carolina #17
Xavier #23
Boston
College
(N) #5
Kentucky
(N) at
#10
Duke #21
Tulsa
(N) at
#10
Villanova #1
Massachusetts
 at
#10
Virginia
Tech
 at
#2
Massachusetts
 #24
G.
Washington at
#1
Massachusetts at
#4
Temple #10
Massachusetts at
#11
Massachusetts at
#19
Arizona at
#23
Massachusetts at
#16
South
Carolina at
#11
Temple at
#17
Duke at
#6
Temple at
#8
Temple at
#4
Duke at
#16
Indiana #2
DePaul
(P) at
#3
DePaul #10
North
Carolina
(N) #1
DePaul
(N) at
#9
Indiana at
#9
Maryland #20
Georgetown
(P)

L
52‐66 L
73‐83 L
60‐71 L
67‐75
OT L
46‐73 L
89‐97 L
60‐85 L
54‐68 L
56‐59 L
50‐68 W
61‐53 W
71‐66 L
72‐76
 L
65‐70
OT L
69‐72 L
62‐64 L
58‐71 L
70‐82 L
94‐102 L
52‐67 L
51‐91 L
62‐64 W
84‐80 W
73‐66 L
80‐88
OT W
79‐76 W
62‐59 L
60‐82 W
55‐53 L
68‐83 L
62‐72 L
76‐94 L
62‐67 L
79‐82
OT L
52‐76 L
65‐77 W
79‐65 W
81‐77
OT L
68‐83 L
60‐89 W
67‐64 L
65‐81 L
89‐94
OT L
76‐75
 L
66‐68
OT W
86‐82 L
62‐74 L
54‐67 W
81‐80 L
73‐99 L
73‐93 L
43‐61 L
61‐73 L
62‐83 L
83‐93 L
69‐78 L
68‐84 L
46‐59 L
44‐81 W
58‐45 L
44‐46
OT L
64‐87 W
49‐48 L
46‐78 L
57‐74 L
53‐62

1/2/79 2/21/79 3/3/79 3/7/79 1/11/78 1/15/77 1/3/76 1/8/75 1/15/75 1/19/75 12/11/74 3/9/74 2/7/73 2/21/73 3/10/73 12/8/72 2/29/72 3/18/72 12/4/71 12/29/71 12/30/71 1/13/71 2/27/71 3/6/71 12/18/70 12/19/70
 1/26/70 2/7/70 1/17/70 12/29/69 12/30/69 1/7/69 1/11/69 2/15/69 3/8/69 2/8/67 12/29/66 3/2/66 3/7/66 3/12/65 3/11/66 12/5/64 12/15/64 12/28/64 12/29/64 2/22/64 3/16/63 12/20/61 1/11/61 3/24/61 12/27/60 1/23/60 2/27/60 3/11/60 3/12/60 12/11/59 12/28/59 12/30/59 1/9/59 1/17/59 3/13/59 12/20/58 1/25/58 2/8/58 3/8/58 12/14/57 12/19/57 12/9/56 2/18/56 2/22/56

at
#15
Georgetown #15
Temple
(P) #13
Temple
(P) at
#20
Ohio
State #11
Providence
(P) at
#17
Providence
 at
#
15
St.
John’s at
19
Providence #
11
La
Salle
(P) #7
Providence
(P) at
#13
South
Carolina #13
Pittsburgh
(N) at
#12
Providence #
17
St.
John’s
(P) #4
Providence
(N)
 at
#8
S.W.
Louisiana #4
Penn
(P)
 #13
Maryland
(N) at
#19
Brigham
Young #4
North
Carolina
(N) #18
Purdue
(N) #4
Penn
(P)
 #14
La
Salle
(P) #19
La
Salle
(P)
 at
#12
Kansas #13
Villanova
(N) #14
Penn
(P) #19
Villanova
(P) #8
Davidson
(P) #19
St.
Bonaventure
(N) #14
Penn
(N) at
#6
Davidson
 #9
Villanova
(P) #11
La
Salle
(P) #9
Duquesne
(N) at
#10
Boston
College #9
Minnesota #8
Providence #8
Providence #4
Providence
(N) #2
Duke
(N) #4
Davidson
(P) #7
St.
John’s
 #7
Illinois
(P) #2
Wichita
State
(P) #5
Villanova
(P) #2
Duke
(N) at
#10
St.
John’s #5
St.
John’s
(P) #1
Ohio
State
(N) #3
St.
Bonaventure
(N) #18
Providence
(P) #12
Villanova
(P) #18
Duke
(N) #5
West
Virginia
(N) at
#1
Cincinnati
 #1
Cincinnati
(N) #12
NYU
(N) #18
Villanova
(P) #9
St.
John’s
(N) #10
West
Virginia
(N) #3
Kansas
State
(N) #11
Temple
(P) #3
Cincinnati
(P) #5
Temple
(P) #2
Kansas
(P) #19
Richmond
(P)
 #13
G.
Washington
(P) #13
St.
Francis
(N.Y.)
(P) #17
Temple
(P)

W
37‐36 L
68‐76 L
60‐61 L
66‐80 L
69‐76 L
64‐65 L
62‐75 L
68‐82 L
60‐68 L
62‐67 L
54‐89 L
42‐54 L
75‐81 W
76‐65 L
76‐89 L
74‐85 L
64‐77 L
55‐67 L
72‐73 L
77‐93 W
85‐74 L
58‐62 W
66‐56 W
81‐76 L
65‐80 L
75‐85 L
56‐63 L
65‐92 W
90‐81 L
61‐96 L
69‐88 L
69‐83 L
74‐76 L
67‐84 L
52‐74 L
69‐83 W
91‐66 W
86‐67 W
65‐48 L
73‐81 L
74‐76 W
74‐66 W
71‐56 W
75‐71 W
76‐69 W
69‐63 L
59‐73 L
64‐92 W
74‐71 L
69‐95 L
70‐83 L
63‐64 W
78‐75 L
56‐58 L
100‐106 L
79‐123 L
77‐86 W
78‐65 W
82‐70 L
72‐97 L
92‐95 L
55‐68 L
58‐73 L
78‐100 L
77‐91 L
54‐66 W
90‐64 L
60‐71 W
80‐76 W
77‐68

3/10/56 3/22/56 1/29/55 1/30/54 2/20/54 1/24/53 2/11/53 12/20/52 12/27/52 1/5/52 1/26/52 2/16/52 12/29/51 1/13/51 1/27/51 1/7/49 1/21/49 2/4/49

#13
Temple
(P) #6
Louisville
(N) #5
La
Salle
(C) #12
La
Salle
(C)
 #12
La
Salle
(C)
 #4
La
Salle
(C) #4
La
Salle
(C) #11
W.
Kentucky
(C)
 #15
Seattle
(C)
 at
#8
St.
John’s #18
La
Salle #13
La
Salle
(C) #15
Utah #19
La
Salle
(C)
 #6
St.
John’s
(C) at
#1
St.
John’s
 #10
La
Salle
(C) #8
La
Salle
(C)

(P)
The
Palestra (C)
Philadelphia
Arena

L
82‐89 L
79‐89 L
56‐82 L
57‐73 L
64‐78 L
52‐79 L
63‐75 L
83‐88 W
90‐77 L
57‐59 W
54‐53 L
50‐68 L
43‐56 L
64‐77 L
71‐92 L
58‐76 L
53‐74 L
59‐79

(N)
Neutral
site

Miscellaneous
Records Most
Points
Scored
vs.
a
Ranked
Team: 100
vs.
#5
West
Virginia,
3/12/60 Number
of
Overtime
Games
vs.
Ranked
Teams: 7,
last
vs.
#19
Gonzaga,
11/29/07

Hawks
in
the
Polls
 Year 1958‐59 1964‐65 1965‐66 1996‐97 2000‐01 2001‐02 2002‐03 2003‐04

Highest
 AP
Ranking 12 3 2 12 18 10 25 1

Final
 AP
Ranking 14 3 5 12 22 NR NR 5

The
 Hawks
 defeated
 nationally‐ranked
 Xavier twice
in
2007‐08.
The
win
on
March
6
over
the
#8 Musketeers
marked
the
highest
ranked
team
ever beaten
at
Alumni
Memorial
Fieldhouse.


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HAWKS IN THE NBA – COACHES Coaching
Dynasty The
Saint
Joseph’s
coaching
connection
is
an
impressive
one.
Seven
Saint
Joseph’s
University
graduates
have
gone
on
to
head
coach‐ ing
positions
in
the
NBA.
Jim
O’Brien
(SJU
‘74)
who
coached
the
Indiana
Pacers
until
2011,
is
the
most
recent
one.

SJU
is
tied
with
Illinois for
second
on
the
list
of
universities
with
alumni
that
have
served
as
head
coaches
in
the
NBA.
Indiana
University
leads
with
11
graduates that
have
coached
in
the
league.

 George
Senesky
’43 Philadelphia Record:
119‐97 3
Years

Jack
Ramsay
’49 Philadelphia,
Buffalo, Portland,
Indiana Record:
864‐783
 21
Years

Jack
McKinney
’57 L.A.
Lakers,
Indiana Record:
135‐205 5
Years

Jack
Ramsay
had
a
lengthy
NBA
coaching
career,
spanning
21
seasons
and
four teams.
 Ramsay
 won
 864
 games
 and
 led
 the
 Portland
 Trailblazers
 to
 the
 1977 NBA
Championship.

Paul
Westhead
’61 L.A.
Lakers,
Chicago, Denver Record:
183‐224
 6
Years

Jim
Lynam
’63 L.A.
Clippers, Philadelphia, Washington
 Record:
328‐392 10
Years

Matt
Guokas,
Jr.
’67 Philadelphia,
 Orlando Record:
230‐305 7
Years

Jim
O’Brien
’74 Indiana,Boston, Philadelphia Record:
303‐327 9
Years

Matt
Guokas
Jr.
was
the
head
coach
of
the
76ers
for
three years
and
then
became
the
first
head
coach
of
the
Orlando Magic
in
1989,
where
he
spent
four
seasons.


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Jim
O'Brien,
the
seventh
former
SJU
play‐ er
 to
 serve
 as
 a
 head
 coach
 in
 the
 NBA, coached
the
Indiana
Pacers
from
2008
to 2011.



HAWKS IN THE DRAFT

Jameer
 Nelson
 was
 chosen
 by
 Denver
 as
 the 20th
overall
pick
in
the
2004
Draft,
but
his
rights were
 traded
 to
 Orlando
 that
 evening.
 He became
an
NBA
All‐Star
in
2009,
which
was
his fifth
year
with
the
Magic.


Ahmad
Nivins Dallas
Mavericks

Delonte
West’s
selection
by
the
Boston
Celtics
in 2004
gave
the
Hawks
two
first‐round
picks
in
the same
 year,
 marking
 a
 first
 for
 the
 SJU
 program. He
would
go
on
to
play
for
Seattle
and
Cleveland, and
then
returned
to
the
Celtics
in
2010‐11.

Maurice
Martin Denver
Nuggets

Jeffery
Clark Indiana
Pacers

Mike
Bantom
is
one
of
five
Hawks
to
be
chosen in
the
first
round
of
the
NBA
Draft.
Currently
the NBA’s
 senior
 vice
 president
 for
 player
 develop‐ ment,
he
was
drafted
by
Phoenix
but
eventually played
for
the
Philadelphia
76ers.


Pat
McFarland New
York
Knicks

Steve
Courtin Cincinnati
Royals

All‐Time
Pro
Draft
Picks YEAR
 PLAYER ROUND
 TEAM
 2009 Ahmad
Nivins 2nd Dallas
Mavericks 2004 Jameer
Nelson 1st
(20th
pick) Denver
Nuggets
 (traded
to
Orlando
Magic) 2004 Delonte
West 1st
(24th
pick) Boston
Celtics 1987 Wayne
Williams 7th
 New
York
Knicks 1986 Maurice
Martin 1st Denver
Nuggets 1985 Bob
Lojewski 5th Sacramento
Kings 1984 Kevin
Springman 3rd Detroit
Pistons 1984 Tony
Costner 2nd Washington
Bullets 1982 Mark
Dearborn 9th Portland
Trail
Blazers 1982 Jeffery
Clark 6th Indiana
Pacers 1982 Bryan
Warrick 2nd Washington
Bullets 1981 John
Smith 8th Portland
Trail
Blazers 1980 Luke
Griffin 9th Philadelphia
76ers 1973 Pat
McFarland 2nd New
York Knicks and
Denver
Rockets
(ABA) 1973 Mike
Bantom 1st
 Phoenix
Suns and
Denver
Rockets
(ABA)

YEAR
 1970 1967 1966 1966 1964 1961 1961 1960 1960 1960 1959 1957 1957 1953 1950

PLAYER Mike
Hauer Cliff
Anderson Matt
Guokas,
Jr. Tom
Duff Steve
Courtin Jack
Egan Vince
Kempton Bob
McNeill Bob
Clarke Joe
Gallo Joe
Spratt Ray
Radziszewski Kurt
Engelbert John
Doogan Paul
Senesky

ROUND
 9th 1st 1st 5th
 3rd 3rd 15th 3rd 7th 7th 6th 4th 4th n/a 4th

1st
Round
selections
in
bold

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 150

TEAM
 Philadelphia
76ers Pittsburgh
Pipers
(ABA) Philadelphia
76ers Philadelphia
76ers Cincinnati
Royals Philadelphia
Warriors New
York
Knicks New
York
Knicks Philadelphia
Warriors Philadelphia
Warriors Philadelphia
Warriors Philadelphia
Warriors Detroit
Pistons Philadelphia
Warriors Philadelphia
Warriors


HAWKS IN THE PROS Hawks
in
the
Pros

The
following
is
a
list
of
Saint
Joseph’s
players
who
have
played professionally,
either
in
the
NBA
or
ABA. Player Cliff
Anderson

Years 1967‐71

Teams Lakers,
Denver
Rockets,
 76ers,
Cavaliers Mike
Bantom 1973‐82 Suns,
Supersonics,
Nets,
 Pacers,
76ers Norman
Black 1980‐81 Pistons Steve
Courtin 1964‐65 76ers Billy
DeAngelis 1970‐71 Nets Al
Guokas 1949‐50 Phila.
Warriors,
Nuggets Matt
Guokas 1946‐47 Phila.
Warriors Matt
Guokas,
Jr. 1967‐75 76ers,
Bulls,
Cinn.
Royals,
 K.C.
Kings,
Buffalo
Braves,
 Houston
Rockets Dwayne
Jones 2005‐10 Suns,
Bobcats,
Magic,
 Cavaliers,
Celtics,
 Timberwolves Maurice
Martin 1986‐87 Denver
Nuggets Pat
McFarland 1973‐75 Denver
Rockets,
 San
Diego
Sails Bob
McNeill 1960‐62 Knicks,
Lakers Jameer
Nelson 2004‐present Magic Ray
Radziszewski 1957‐58 Phila.
Warriors Alexander
Rosenberg1946‐47 Phila.
Warriors George
Senesky 1946‐54 Phila.
Warriors Bryan
Warrick 1982‐86 Wash.
Bullets,
Clippers,
 Bucks,
Pacers Delonte
West 2004‐present Celtics,
Cavaliers,
Sonics,
 Celtics

Bryan
Warrick
is
one
of
18
former
Hawks
who
played
in
the NBA
or
ABA.
His
career
took
him
to
four
different
teams
in the
late
1980’s.


Jameer
Nelson
(left)
and
Delonte
West
(right)
have
made
quite
an
impact
in
six years
in
the
NBA.
Nelson
owns
a
career
scoring
average
of
12.5
points
in
seven seasons
 with
 the
 Orlando
 Magic,
 while
 West
 has
 averaged
 9.7
 ppg
 in
 seven years
 with
 three
 different
 teams.
 They
 squared
 off
 against
 each
 other
 in
 the 2009
NBA
Conference
Finals,
with
the
Magic
defeating
the
Cavaliers
to
advance to
the
NBA
Finals.


International
Hawks This
is
a
partial
list
of
former
Hawks
who
have
played
professional
bas‐ ketball
outside
the
United
States.
 Player Tyrone
Barley Mark
Bass Rashid
Bey Norman
Black Rodney
Blake Bernard
Blunt John
Bryant Pat
Calathes Tasheed
Carr Pat
Carroll Chris
Cologer Tony
Costner Arthur
Davis Dmitri
Domani Rob
Ferguson Darrin
Govens Robert
Haskins Andre
Howard Will
Johnson Dwayne
Jones Pete
Kathopoulis Dwayne
Lee Dave
Mallon Terrell
Myers Ahmad
Nivins Marvin
O’Connor Bill
Phillips Demetrius
Poles Harold
Rasul Damian
Reid Alex
Sazonov Duval
Simmonds Chet
Stachitas Artur
Surov Reggie
Townsend Frank
Wilkins Erick
Woods

Years
at
SJU 2000‐04 1992‐96 1995‐98 1975‐79 1984‐87 1990‐95 2002‐05 2004‐08 2007‐09 2002‐05 2002‐03 1981‐84 1996‐97 1993‐97 2004‐08 2006‐10 1996‐00 1998‐00 1993‐96 2003‐05 2004‐07 2002‐06 2003‐06 1993‐97 2005‐09 1999‐02 1999‐02 1991‐94 1996‐98 1998‐02 1998‐03 1994‐98 2003‐06 2003‐07 1992‐96 1997‐01 1997‐01

Information
courtesy
of
Eurobasket.com

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 151

Countries
 Austria,
New
Zealand China Poland Phillipines Argentina Korea,
Australia England,
Germany Greece Germany,
Israel France,
Spain France Greece Saudi
Arabia,
China,
Romania Russia Uruguay,
Germany Iceland Israel Spain Germany,
England Turkey Greece Germany,
Cyprus Luxembourg,
England,
Portugal England,
Spain,
Italy Spain Serbia
&
Montenegro Germany,
Spain,
France Argentina,
Sweden Argentina England Russia Ireland Poland,
Lithuania,
Portugal Finland Korea,
Germany Ecuador Netherlands


ASSISTANT COACHES Former
Saint
Joseph’s
players
are
not
the
only
ones
who
have
gone
on
to
success‐ ful
coaching
careers
after
their
days
on
Hawk
Hill.
The
list
of
former
SJU
assistant coaches
also
reads
like
a
“Who’s
Who”
of
basketball.
The
following
is
a
compila‐ tion
of
former
assistant
coaches
and
players
who
have
gone
on
to
coaching
careers in
the
professional
and
collegiate
ranks.
Active
coaches
with
their
current
positions are
in
bold.
 NBA
General
Manager Brad
Greenberg
‐
Philadelphia Jim
Lynam
‐
Philadelphia NBA
Head
Coaches Jim
Lynam
‐
L.A.
Clippers,
Philadelphia,
Washington Jack
McKinney
‐
L.A.
Lakers,
Indiana Jim
O’Brien
‐
Indiana,
Boston,
Philadelphia Paul
Westhead
‐
L.A.
Lakers,
Chicago,
Denver NBA
Assistant
Coaches Jim
Boyle
‐
Denver Jim
Lynam
‐
Philadelphia,
Portland,
New
Jersey Jack
McKinney
‐
Portland Jim
O’Brien
‐
New
York,
Boston Doug
Overton
‐
New
Jersey
(Player
Development
Coach) Paul
Westhead
‐
Oklahoma
City,
L.A.
Lakers CBA
Head
Coach Rod
Baker
‐
Grand
Rapids

Former
 SJU
 player
 and
 head
 coach
 Jim
 Lynam
 was
 the
 head
 coach
 of
 the Philadelphia
 76ers
 from
 1987
 to
 1990,
 and
 was
 an
 assistant
 coach
 in
 the league
for
eight
years.


All‐Time
Assistant
Coaches

WNBA
Head
Coach Paul
Westhead
‐
Phoenix College
Head
Coaches Rod
Baker
‐
UC‐Irvine Harry
Booth
‐
Saint
Joseph’s Jim
Boyle
‐
Saint
Joseph’s Matt
Brady
‐
James
Madison,
Marist Mike
Doyle
‐
Arcadia John
Dzik
‐
Cabrini Dennis
Felton
‐
Georgia John
Gallagher
‐
Hartford Brad
Greenberg
‐
Radford John
Griffin
‐
Siena,
Saint
Joseph’s Jim
Lynam
‐
American,
Fairfield,
Saint
Joseph’s Phil
Martelli
‐
Saint
Joseph’s Jack
McKinney
‐
Saint
Joseph’s Jim
O’Brien
‐
Wheeling
Jesuit,
Dayton Mike
Rice
‐
Rutgers,
Robert
Morris Monté Ross
‐
Delaware Paul
Westhead
‐
Oregon
(Women),
George
Mason,
Loyola
Marymount,
La
Salle

COACH
(Years) Geoff
Arnold
(8) Rod
Baker
(1) Mark
Bass
(12) Dick
Bernhart
(1) Jimmy
Black
(6) Harry
Booth
(9) Bob
Boylan
(1) Jim
Boyle
(8) Matt
Brady
(11) Mark
Dearborn
(2) Mike
Doyle
(5) David
Duda
(5) John
Dzik
(2) Dennis
Felton
(1) Brad
Greenberg
(6) John
Griffin
(3) Tom
Haggerty
(4) Bill
Harley
(1) Gene
Harris
(2) Dan
Kelly
(4) Dan
Kenney
(17) Mike
Kempski
(1) Jim
Lynam
(6) Phil
Martelli
(10) John
McKendry
(1) Jack
McKinney
(4)

Monté Ross
 is
 one
 of
 the
 latest
 in
 a
 long
 line
 of
 former
 SJU
assistants
 to attain
a
head
coaching
position
and
is
now
in
his
sixth
year
at
the
University of
Delaware.

John
McMenamin
(7) Chris
O'Brien
(2) Jim
O'Brien
(1) Doug
Overton
(2) Mike
Rice
(2) Nick
Robak
(1) Monté
Ross
(10) Dave
Spiller
(1) Carlin
Warley
(4) Bryan
Warrick
(1) Paul
Westhead
(2)

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SEASON(S) 1988‐89 1992‐93
thru
1995‐96 2008‐09
thru
present 1982‐83 1999‐00‐
thru
present 1983‐84 1984‐85
thru
1989‐90 1965‐66
thru
1973‐74 1946‐47 1973‐74
thru
1980‐81 1993‐94
thru
2003‐04 1982‐83
thru
1983‐84 1988‐89
thru
1992‐93 2006‐07
thru
present 1976‐77
thru
1977‐78 1991‐92 1978‐79
thru
1983‐84 1980‐81
thru
1981‐82 1987‐88 1978‐79
thru
1979‐80 1984‐85
thru
1985‐86 1982‐83 1986‐87
thru
1987‐88 1970‐71 1974‐75
thru
1976‐77 1953‐54
thru
1969‐70 1971‐72 1965‐66
thru
1967‐68 1970‐71
thru
1972‐73 1985‐86
thru
1994‐95 1974‐75 1960‐61 1962‐63
thru
1964‐65 1946‐47
thru
1952‐53 1990‐91
thru
1991‐92 1977‐78 2006‐07
thru
2007‐08 2004‐05
thru
2005‐06 1981‐82 1996‐97
thru
2005‐06 1990‐91 1995‐96
thru
1998‐99 1989‐90 1968‐69
thru
1969‐70


ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME The
Saint
Joseph’s
Athletic
Hall
of
Fame
inducted
its
first
class
in
1999. The
Hall
of
Fame
now
includes
101
former
student‐athletes,
coaches or
administrators
have
earned
one
of
the
University’s
highest
honors recognizing
 their
 commitment
 to
 excellence,
 on
 and
 off
 the
 playing field.
 Name
(Year
Inducted,
Sport,
Year
of
Graduation) Cliff
Anderson
(1999,
Men’s
Basketball,
’67) Earned
All‐America
honors
as
senior…Still
owns
SJU
mark
for
career rebounds
and
rebound
average...Uniform
number
30
is
retired. Steve
Ave
(2011,
Men’s
Track,
‘87) School
record‐holder
in
three
events...Earned
All‐America
status
with 10th‐place
finish
in
the
1,500
in
1986.

 Mike
Bantom
(2000,
Men’s
Basketball,
’73) Still
 ranks
 second
 all‐time
 in
 rebounds
 and
 ended
 career
 second
 in points…Uniform
number
44
is
retired. Francis
Barnett
(1999,
Men’s
Tennis,
’71) Two‐time
MAC
singles
champion
at
the
#1
position…Had
streak
of
46 consecutive
wins
at
#1
singles.

 George
Bertelsman
(2002,
Men’s
Cross
Country/Track/Administrator) Former
 director
 of
 athletics
 and
 one
 of
 the
 founders
 of
 the Philadelphia
Big
5. Debbie
Black
(2000,
Women’s
Basketball/Field
Hockey/Softball,
’88) Earned
 12
 letters
 as
 a
 three‐sport
 athlete...All‐time
 assist
 and
 steal leader
for
women’s
basketball. Michael
Black
(2004,
Men’s
Track,
’75) SJU’s
 premier
 sprinter
 of
 the
 1970’s…Set
 seven
 school records…Hawks’
first‐ever
IC4A
champion. Rodney
Blake
(2001,
Men’s
Basketball,
’88) Led
nation
in
blocks
as
senior…All‐time
leader
in
career
blocks...Two‐ time
All‐Atlantic
10
selection.
 Ed
Blaney
(2000,
Men’s
Soccer,
’73) Three‐time
 regional
 All‐American
 and
 All‐Conference
 selection…SJU teams
recorded
26
shutouts
during
his
career. Harry
Booth
(2006,
Baseball/Men’s
Basketball,
’62) Player
and
head
coach
for
both
sports...
All‐MAC
baseball
player
who compiled
a
140‐80‐5
record
in
10
years
as
baseball
coach...
Basketball coach
from
1974‐78.
 Vicki
Boyer
(2011,
Women’s
Cross
Country/Track,
‘94) A‐10
 individual
 champion
 in
 cross
 country
 while
 helping
 SJU
to
 the 1993
team
title...Academic
All‐American.
 Trish
Brown
(2004,
Women’s
Basketball,
’85) SJU’s
all‐time
leading
scorer
and
rebounder
at
time
of
her
graduation. Linda
Buonanno
(1999,
Field
Hockey/Softball,
’87) SJU’s
only
All‐American
in
field
hockey…Holds
almost
every
offensive record…Owns
single‐season
batting
mark
in
softball. Liz
Burns
Nicoletti
(2002,
Field
Hockey,
’91) Two‐time
first
team
All‐Atlantic
10
Conference…Led
Hawks
in
scoring her
final
three
years. John
Butz
(2010,
Baseball,
‘66) School‐record
holder
in
career
strikeouts
with
212,
while
ranking
sec‐ ond
with
16
complete
games...All‐MAC
in
1965. Bill
Campbell
(2010,
Broadcaster) Legend
 in
 Philadelphia
 broadcasting...Called
 Big
 5
 games
 as
 well
 as Eagles,
76ers
and
Phillies.
 Teresa
Carmichael
(2000,
Women’s
Basketball,
’87) Ranks
 second
 in
 career
 records
 for
 points
 and
 rebounds…Still
 holds single
season
field
goal
percentage
mark.

Mike
Bantom


Debbie
Black

The
SJU
Athletics
Hall
of
Fame
Class
of
2010
(from
left):
Christina
Kowalski
‘00
(soft‐ ball);
Tom
Pippet
‘73
(soccer);
Susan
Moran
‘02
(basketball);
Bill
Campbell
(broadcast‐ er);
 Tony
 Costner
 ‘84
 (basketball);
 Michael
 McDermott
 ‘97
 (golf);
 Vince
 Papale
 ‘68 (track);
Renee
Hykel
‘01
(rowing);
and
John
Butz
‘66
(baseball).

Tony
Costner
(2010,
Men’s
Basketball
‘84) Honorable
 Mention
 All‐America
 and
 two‐time
 All‐A‐10
 First
 Team selection...Ranks
fifth
in
career
scoring
and
seventh
in
rebounding. John
Cunningham
(2002,
Men’s
Cross
Country/Track,
’52) Won
 12
 individual
 cross
 country
 championships,
 including
 two
 Mid‐ Atlantic
Conference
titles…Set
course
record
senior
year.
 Katie
Curry
Gardler
(2005,
Women’s
Basketball,
’93) Career
leader
in
3‐point
field
goals
made...Three‐time
All‐Atlantic
10 and
All‐Big
5
honoree. Donna
Crumety
Stewart
(1999,
Women’s
Track,
’93) Only
SJU
athlete
to
win
an
NCAA
Championship,
the
triple
jump
at
the 1991
outdoor
meet…Set
11
school
records
and
still
holds
seven. Karen
Delaney
Wheeler
(2003,
Women’s
Cross
Country/Track,
’63) Was
school
record‐holder
in
the
indoor/outdoor
5,000
meters
(since broken)…Undefeated
in
cross
county
dual
meets
as
a
junior. John
Del
Monte
(2001,
Baseball,
’79) Named
First
Team
All‐American
by
The
Sporting
News as
a
senior…Set school
record
for
career
stolen
bases. Andy
Dougherty
(2005,
Athletic
Administration,
‘48) Sports
 Information
 Director
 from
 1972
 to
 1983...Team
 manager
 for Hawk
squads
in
the
mid‐1940’s...Big
5
historian. Jack
Dunn
(1999,
Men’s
Soccer
Coach) First
coach
of
men’s
soccer
program…Led
SJU
to
120
wins
and
three teams
to
the
NCAA
Tournament. Renie
Dunne
Shields
(2001,
Women’s
Basketball/Softball/Cross
Country,
’82) Three‐time
All‐Big
5
First
Team
honoree…Set
school
record
for
assists in
game
and
career…Also
played
cross
country
and
softball. Bill
Ferguson
(2000,
Men’s
Basketball) Holds
the
record
for
coaching
wins
with
309
in
25
years...Coached
the “Mighty
Mites.”
 Donald
Flanigan
(2004,
Men’s
Rowing,
’60) Member
 of
 SJU’s
 inaugural
 varsity
 team...Rowed
 for
 Varsity
 8
 that placed
second
at
Dad
Vail
Regatta
in
1960. Richard
Flanigan
(2004,
Men’s
Rowing,
’60) Member
 of
 SJU’s
 inaugural
 varsity
 team...Rowed
 for
 Varsity
 8
 that placed
second
at
Dad
Vail
Regatta
in
1960. Kim
Foley
(2003,
Women’s
Basketball,
’89) All‐time
SJU
leader
in
games
played
and
started…Ranks
third
all‐time in
blocks
and
fourth
in
points
and
rebounds.


Rodney
Blake


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 153

Trish
Brown


ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME

Matt
Guokas,
Jr.

Dale
Hodges

Football
(1999) Began
 at
 SJU
 in
 1909…Disbanded
 in
 1939…Nickname
 “Hawks”
 origi‐ nated
because
of
the
football
team’s
aerial
attack. Anne
Gallagher
(2000,
Women’s
Rowing,
’78) Founder
 and
 captain
 of
 women’s
 rowing
 team...Co‐chairman
 of
 SJU and
St.
Joseph’s
Prep
Boathouse
Project.
 Mary
Sue
Garrity
Simon
(2000,
Women’s
Basketball/Field
Hockey,
’78) Only
SJU
player
to
lead
team
in
scoring
all
four
years…Led
1977
bas‐ ketball
team
to
highest
ever
season‐ending
ranking
(#3). Bonnie
Gasior
(2003,
Softball,
’93) A‐10
Pitcher
of
the
Year
in
1993…Held
career
record
for
strikeouts
for nine
years. Jim
Gavaghan
(2006,
Men’s
Cross
Country/Track/Soccer,
’59) Two‐time
MAC
quarter‐mile
champion...Helped
Hawks
win
every
IC4A meet
those
four
years...Captain
of
the
inaugural
soccer
team
in
1958.
 Jim
Glavin
(2001,
Men’s
Rowing,
’70) Helped
Varsity
8
win
Dad
Vail
Regatta
for
the
first
time
in
SJU
histo‐ ry…Later
served
as
head
varsity
coach.

 Phil
Greipp
(2011,
Men’s
Rowing
‘64) Member
of
the
Hawk
rowing
teams
that
were
among
the
most
suc‐ cessful
in
the
East...Team
captain
as
a
senior.
 George
Griffin
(2004,
Men’s
Soccer,
’70) Two‐time
 All‐District
 First
 Team
 selection
 and
 All‐Mid‐Atlantic Conference
choice
as
a
defender...Teams
notched
12
shutouts. Matt
Guokas,
Sr.
(2000,
Men’s
Basketball
‘38) One
 of
 the
 six
 “Mighty
 Mites,”
 who
 combined
 to
 compile
 a
 54‐17 record
during
their
four
years
under
coach
Bill
Ferguson.
 Matt
Guokas,
Jr.
(2000,
Men’s
Basketball,
’67) Owns
 record
 for
 assists
 in
 a
 season
 and
 assist
 average…On
 1965‐66 team
 that
 was
 ranked
 preseason
 #1
 by
 Sports
 Illustrated and
 #5
 in final
AP
poll. Mike
Hauer
(2011,
Men’s
Basketball,
‘70) One
 of
 the
 Hawks’
 all‐time
 leading
 scorers
 and
 rebounders...Three‐ time
All‐Big
5
selection
and
SJU
MVP.
 The
Hawk
(1999,
Mascot,
’56) Most
 famous
 college
 mascot
 in
 the
 nation…Symbolizes
 the
 spirit
 of Saint
Joseph’s. Joe
Henwood
(2000,
Men’s
Rowing,
’68) Three‐year
rower
on
Varsity
8…Won
two
gold
medals
in
international competition.

 Dale
Hodges
(1999,
Women’s
Basketball,
’90) First
team
All‐American
selection
as
a
senior…Holds
numerous
school records
and
is
all‐time
leader
in
rebounds. Gerry
Hunsicker
(2000,
Baseball,
’72) All‐Middle
 Atlantic
 selection
 as
 a
 sophomore…Led
 team
 to
 MAC Championship
and
NCAA
Tournament
appearance
in
1971. Renee
Hykel
(2010,
Women’s
Rowing,
‘01) On
Varsity
8
that
twice
took
gold
at
the
Kerr
Cup
and
won
the
2000 Kelly
Cup...Member
of
U.S.
National
Team
and
2008
Olympian. Dan
Kelly
(2011,
Men’s
Basketball,
‘70) One
 of
 the
 top
 scorers
 in
 Hawk
 history...Two‐time
 All‐Big
 5
 selec‐ tion...Academic
All‐America
as
a
senior.
 Dan
Kenney
(2000,
Men’s
Basketball,
’38) One
 of
 the
 six
 “Mighty
 Mites,”
 who
 combined
 to
 compile
 a
 54‐17 record
during
their
four
years
under
coach
Bill
Ferguson.
 John
Kenney
(2000,
Men’s
Basketball,
’38) One
 of
 the
 six
 “Mighty
 Mites,”
 who
 combined
 to
 compile
 a
 54‐17 record
during
their
four
years
under
coach
Bill
Ferguson.
 Kevin
Kirkby
(2011,
Baseball,
‘01) Owner
of
several
pitching
and
hitting
records...Hawks’
all‐time
leader in
saves,
hits
and
runs
scored.

Gerry
Hunsicker

Jamie
Moyer

Christina
Kowalski
(2010,
Softball,
‘00) Holds
numerous
batting
and
pitching
records
including
career
victo‐ ries
and
hits...Two‐time
All‐A10
First
Team
selection. Dave
Landers
(2004,
Baseball,
’71) Held
 single
 season
 and
 career
 records
 for
 hits
 and
 stolen bases…Member
of
team
that
won
MAC
and
Big
5
titles. Al
Laveson
(2001,
Tennis) Current
head
tennis
coach
emeritus...Owns
most
coaching
wins
(480) in
SJU
history
in
40‐plus
years
with
men’s
and
women’s
teams.
 Ed
Lennex
(1999,
Men’s
Track,
’76) Record
holder
for
indoor
high
jump…Seven‐time
NCAA
qualifier,
plac‐ ing
4th
in
indoor
triple
jump
and
3rd
in
outdoor
triple
jump
in
1976. Jim
Lynam
(2003,
Men’s
Basketball,
’63) On
1961
team
reached
NCAA
Final
Four
and
won
Big
5
title…Coached 1981
team
that
beat
top‐ranked
DePaul...One
of
four
players
to
have his
number
(4)
retired.
 Maurice
Martin
(2006,
Men’s
Basketball,
’86) Three‐time
All‐A‐10
and
All‐Big
5...1986
A‐10
Player
of
the
Year
and tourney
MVP...AP
Honorable
Mention
All‐America. Paul
McDermitt
(2006,
Baseball/Basketball/Golf/Track,
’50) Earned
more
varsity
letters
than
any
athlete...
Defensive
standout
in basketball
and
shortstop
in
baseball...Number‐one
golfer. Michael
McDermott
(2010,
Golf,
‘97) Only
SJU
player
to
earn
All‐A‐10
honors
three
times...Posted
nine
top‐ five
finishes
in
1997,
the
most
in
the
nation.
 Kathleen
McEnroe
Del
Monte
(1999,
Women’s
Tennis,
’80) Set
 school
 record
 at
 #1
 singles…Went
 undefeated
 in
 her
 first
 two years.

 Pat
McFarland
(2005,
Men’s
Basketball
‘73) Two‐time
 All‐MAC
 selection...Led
 SJU
 to
 three
 postseason berths...Drafted
by
both
the
N.Y.
Knicks
and
ABA’s
Denver
Nuggets. Elaine
McGillian
Van
Blunk
(2000,
Women’s
Cross
Country/Track,
’86) First
All‐American
in
women’s
track...Set
eight
individual
records,
and still
holds
four...Only
Hawk
to
win
an
ECAC
title,
capturing
the
1,500
at 1986
indoor
meet.
 Chrissy
McGoldrick
Zabel
(2001,
Women’s
Basketball/Field
Hockey,
’79) Led
 team
 in
 rebounding
 for
 consecutive
 seasons…Three‐year
 varsity field
hockey
player.

 Jack
McKinney
(2004,
Men’s
Basketball/Track/Adminstrator,
’57) Led
 SJU
 to
 inaugural
 Big
 5
 title
 and
 school’s
 first‐ever
 post‐season berth…Track
athlete
who
won
MAC
high
jump
title
in
1957. Frank
McLaughlin
(2000,
Men’s
Track/Cross
Country,
’56) All‐American
 in
 the
 half‐mile,
 with
 fifth‐place
 finish
 at
 1955
 NCAA Championships...Set
the
school
records
in
the
880
and
the
mile.

 John
McMenamin
(2000,
Men’s
Basketball,
’38) One
 of
 the
 six
 “Mighty
 Mites,”
 who
 combined
 to
 compile
 a
 54‐17 record
during
their
four
years
under
coach
Bill
Ferguson.
 Bob
McNeill
(2001,
Men’s
Basketball,
’60) All‐American
as
a
senior…Set
SJU
record
for
assists
in
a
game,
season, and
career…Owns
record
for
free
throws
made
in
a
game. Terri
Mohr
McMorrow
(2011,
Women’s
Basketball,
‘86) Helped
 Hawks
 to
 consecutive
 NCAA
 bids...Two‐time
 All‐Atlantic
 10 and
All‐Big
5
honoree.
 Susan
Moran
(2010,
Women’s
Basketball,
‘02) SJU’s
 all‐time
 leading
 scorer...Honorable
 Mention
 All‐America...A‐10 and
Big
5
Player
of
the
Year
in
2002.
 Jamie
Moyer
(1999,
Baseball,
’85) Holds
 SJU
 season
 record
 for
 strikeouts
 and
 ERA…Only
 SJU
 baseball player
to
have
his
number
(10)
retired...Pitcher
for
2008
World
Series champion
Philadelphia
Phillies.

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ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME

Muffet
O’Brien McGraw


Vince
Papale

Dawn
Mycock
Katz
(1999,
Softball,
’89) Finished
career
as
the
record
holder
for
numerous
pitching
records. Jameer
Nelson
(2011,
Basketball,
‘04) Consensus
National
Player
of
the
Year
who
led
the
Hawks
to
a
best‐ ever
 30‐2
 record
 and
 the
 NCAA
 Elite
 Eight
 in
 2004...SJU’s
 all‐time leader
in
points,
assists
and
steals.

 Paula
Nicastro
Capone
(2004,
Field
Hockey,
’88) Ranks
 second
 on
 career
 scoring
 list…Named
 First
 Team
 All‐Mid‐ Atlantic
Region
in
1986. Jim
Norris
(2001,
Men’s
Cross
Country/Track,
’85) Set
 school
 records
 for
 the
 1,500m
 indoor
 and
 3,000m…A‐10
 Indoor Champion
in
the
1,500m
and
Olympic
Invitational
in
1985. Joe
Oakes
(2000,
Men’s
Basketball,
’38) One
 of
 the
 six
 “Mighty
 Mites”,
 who
 combined
 to
 compile
 a
 54‐17 record
during
their
four
years
under
coach
Bill
Ferguson.
 Chris
O’Brien
(2005,
Men’s
Rowing,
’92) U.S.
National
Team
member
instrumental
in
the
re‐establishment
of rowing
 as
 varsity
 sport...Helped
 SJU
 Lightweight
 8
 to
 fourth
 at
 Dad Vails...National
Champion
in
Lightweight
8
in
1990. Muffet
O’Brien
McGraw
(2002,
Women’s
Basketball,
’77) SJU
record‐holder
in
steals
who
helped
team
to
highest
nation
rank‐ ing...Current
coach
at
Notre
Dame
who
led
team
to
2001
NCAA
title ...Women’s
Basketball
Hall
of
Fame
inductee.
 Kelli
O’Donnell
Twomey
(2006,
Women’s
Cross
Country/Track,
’89) SJU
 record‐holder
 in
 indoor
 5,000m...Regular
 qualifier
 to
 ECAC Championships
and
Hawks’
top
finisher
in
cross
country.
 Vince
Papale
(2010,
Men’s
Track,
‘68) Multi‐event
 specialist...Won
 MAC
 titles
 in
 the
 long
 jump
 and
 triple jump...Still
holds
the
school’s
indoor
pole
vault
record.
 Wilson
“Buddy”
Peck
(1999,
Men’s
Swimming,
’42) Won
first
National
Championship
by
a
Hawk
swimmer…Led
SJU
to
the Eastern
Catholic
College
Swim
title
in
1941. Cathy
Phillips
Schino
(2005,
Softball,
’94) Set
14
school
records...
Led
SJU
to
four
straight
20‐plus
win
seasons, including
first
postseason
berth
in
1993...All‐Region
First
Team
selec‐ tion
in
1993.
 Tom
Pippet
(2010,
Men’s
Soccer,
‘73) Program’s
 all‐time
 leader
 in
 career
 shutouts
 and
 goals
 against
 aver‐ age...Holds
the
top
three
single‐season
shutout
totals. Frank
Plescha
(2001,
Men’s
Soccer,
’65) One
 of
 two
 Hawk
 soccer
 players
 to
 earn
 All‐Region
 honors
 three times…Tallied
career‐high
nine
goals
as
a
junior.

 Kevin
Quinn
(2001,
Cross
Country/Track,
’62) Set
 school
 records
 in
 cross
 country,
 mile,
 and
 two‐mile…Two‐time conference
champion
in
cross
country
and
mile…Two‐time
Atlantic
10 Coach
of
the
Year
in
women’s
cross
country. Dinae
Rafferty
Norris
(2001,
Women’s
Cross
Country/Track,
’88) Two‐time
All‐East
performer…Set
school
records
in
the
high
jump
and 3,000m.
 Jack
Ramsay
(1999,
Men’s
Basketball/Baseball,
’49) Legendary
men’s
basketball
coach…Guided
SJU
to
1956
NIT
Final
Four and
 1961
 NCAA
 Final
 Four...Naismith
 Basketball
 Hall
 of
 Fame inductee. Rev.
Nicholas
S.
Rashford,
S.J.
(2002,
University
President) Served
 as
 SJU’s
 chief
 executive
 for
 17
 years…Served
 two
 terms
 on NCAA
 President’s
 Council
 and
 eight
 years
 as
 chairman
 of
 A‐10 President’s
Council.



Mike
Teti

Jack
Whitaker


Rev.
Emory
A.
Ross,
S.J.
(2002,
Team
Chaplain) Served
 as
 men’s
 basketball
 Team
 Chaplain
 from
 the
 late
 1950’s through
1985. Jack
Ruggero
(1999,
Men’s
Soccer,
’69) Two‐time
Regional
All‐America
selection…Compiled
53
wins
as
soccer coach. Ellen
Ryan
(1999,
Athletic
Administrator) First
 coach
 of
 women’s
 basketball...Administrator
 who
 oversaw growth
of
women’s
athletics
program. Kathy
Segar
Green
(2001,
Field
Hockey,
’85) Still
 owns
 school
 record
 for
 career
 shutouts
 and
 goals
 against
 aver‐ age…Tied
for
2nd
with
seven
shutouts
in
a
season.
 George
Senesky
(1999,
Men’s
Basketball,
’43) Only
 SJU
 player
 to
 lead
 the
 nation
 in
 scoring…Set
 school
 record
 for points
in
a
game
(44)...Helms
Foundation
National
Player
of
the
Year in
1943. Ellen
Shields
Fitzpatrick
(2006,
Women’s
Basketball,
’90) Holds
 school
 records
 for
 career
 3‐point
 percentage...Two‐time
 All‐ Conference
 selection
 for
 squad
 which
 made
 four
 straight
 NCAA appearances. Jim
Smale
(2000,
Men’s
Basketball,
’38) One
 of
 the
 six
 “Mighty
 Mites,”
 who
 combined
 to
 compile
 a
 54‐17 record
during
their
four
years
under
coach
Bill
Ferguson.
 Joe
Spratt
(2002,
Men’s
Basketball,
’59) Named
MVP
of
Philadelphia
Big
5
as
a
senior…Averaged
20
points
per game
in
City
Series
play
his
final
season.

 Mike
Teti
(1999,
Men’s
Rowing,
’78) Bronze
medalist
in
the
Men’s
8
at
the
1988
Olympics…Coached
U.S. team
to
seven
gold
medals
at
World
Championships
and
a
bronze
at the
1996
Olympics. Joe
Toland
(2003,
Men’s
Rowing
Coach)
 Member
 of
 1948
 U.S.
 Olympic
 Rowing
 team…Coached
 Varsity Heavyweight
8
to
gold
at
the
1970
Dad
Vail
Regatta.

 John
Truax
(1999,
Men’s
Golf,
’78) Only
SJU
golfer
to
earn
All‐America
honors…Earned
individual
berth
to NCAA
Championships
as
a
sophomore,
junior
and
senior.

 Joe
Walls
(2002,
Men’s
Soccer,
’64) Earned
multiple
Regional
All‐America
honors…Involved
in
10
shutouts during
his
career. Jack
Whitaker
(2005,
Broadcaster,
‘47) Legendary
broadcaster...Emmy
winner
worked
for
CBS,
ABC
and
local‐ ly
in
Philadelphia...National
Broadcasters
Hall
of
Fame
inductee. Tom
Wynne
(2003,
Men’s
Basketball/Baseball,
’63) Led
team
to
three
straight
NCAA
Tournament
berths,
including
1961 Final
 Four…Tied
 as
 all‐time
 leader
 in
 scoring
 in
 NCAA
 Tournament games...Owns
eighth
best
career
batting
average.
 Teresa
Zarzeczny
Bell
(1999,
Women’s
Rowing,
’88) Rowed
just
one
year
at
SJU…Earned
silver
at
the
1996
Olympic
games in
the
women’s
lightweight
doubles.



SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 155


BIG 5 HALL OF FAME Name Barbara
Albom Jerome
Allen Cliff
Anderson Lisa
Angelotti Paul
Arizin Dan
Baker Pam
Balogh Mike
Bantom John
Baum Ernie
Beck Kathie
Beisel Nikki
Benedix Nancy
Bernhardt Kathy
Bess Rashid
Bey Bob
Bigelow Steve
Bilsky Debbie
Black Norman
Black Steve
Black Nate
Blackwell Rodney
Blake Lynn
Blaszczyk Bernard
Blunt Robyne
Bostick Jim
Boyle Alex
Bradley Kirsten
Brendel Clarence
Brookins Michael
Brooks Trish
Brown Rick
Brunson Joe
Bryant Corky
Calhoun Larry
Cannon Diane
Caramanico Teresa
Carmichael Donnie
Carr Mimi
Carroll Ernie
Casale Dick
Censits John
Chaney Jeffery
Clark Jewel
Clark Tim
Claxton Audrey
Codner Jenn
Cole Megan
Compain Frank
Corace Maureen
Costello Tony
Costner Steve
Courtin Jill
Crandley Jim
Crawford Katie
Curry Rap
Curry Chuck
Daly Denise
Dillon Chrissie
Donahue Andy
Dougherty Bruce
Drysdale Renie
Dunne Ken
Durrett Kurt
Engelbert John
Engels Howard
Evans Bob
Fields Auretha
Fleming Kim
Foley Chris
Ford Curt
Fromal Mary
Sue
Garrity Tom
Gola

Affiliation Induction
Year Penn,
’80‐84 1992 Penn,
‘91‐95 2009 Saint
Joseph’s,
’64‐67 1973 Villanova,
’84‐88 1995 Villanova,
’47‐49 2000 Big
5
Executive
Secretary 1997 Temple,
’85‐89 1995 Saint
Joseph’s,
’70‐73 1979 Temple,
’66‐69 1978 Penn,

’49‐51 2000 Villanova,
’79‐83 1992 Villanova,
’89‐93 2001 Villanova,
’80‐84 1993 La
Salle,
’78‐82 1991 Saint
Joseph’s
‘94‐98 2011 Penn,
’72‐75 1989 Penn,
’68‐71 1988 Saint
Joseph’s,
’84‐88 1995 Saint
Joseph’s,
’75‐79 1985 La
Salle,
’81‐85 1992 Temple,
’83‐87 1993 Saint
Joseph’s,
’84‐88 1994 Temple,
’79‐83 1990 Saint
Joseph’s,
’90‐95 2001 Saint
Joseph’s,
’91‐94 2000 Saint
Joseph’s,
’62‐64 1997 Villanova,
’77‐81 1987 Penn,
’86‐90 1997 Temple,
’65‐68 1984 La
Salle,
’76‐80 1986 Saint
Joseph’s,
’81‐85 1992 Temple
‘91‐95 2011 La
Salle,
’73‐75 1981 Penn,
’69‐72 1976 La
Salle,
’66‐69 1973 Penn,
‘98‐01 2007 Saint
Joseph’s,
’83‐87 1994 La
Salle,
‘96‐‘00 2008 Temple,
’82‐86 1992 Temple
Athletic
Director 1982 Penn,
’54‐57 1981 Temple
Coach 2010 Saint
Joseph’s,
’78‐82 1996 Penn
‘00‐04 2011 Temple,
’74‐78 1987 Saint
Joseph’s,
’90‐94 2001 La
Salle,
’89‐93 1999 Saint
Joseph’s,
‘94‐97 2003 La
Salle,
’61‐64 1974 Saint
Joseph’s,
’95‐98 2005 Saint
Joseph’s,
’80‐84 1990 Saint
Joseph’s,
’61‐64 1980 La
Salle,
’82‐86 1993 La
Salle,
’70‐73 1993 Saint
Joseph’s,
’89‐93 1999 Saint
Joseph’s
‘90‐94 2008
 Penn
Coach,
 2001 Villanova,
‘92‐96 2004 La
Salle,
‘94‐97 2002 Saint
Joseph’s
SID 1989 Temple,
’59‐62 1977 Saint
Joseph’s,
’78‐82 1991 La
Salle,
’68‐71 1975 Saint
Joseph’s,
’54‐57 1986 Penn,
’73‐76 1995 Temple,
’84‐88 1994 La
Salle,
’69‐71 1984 Penn,
’80‐84 1991 Saint
Joseph’s,
’85‐89 1995 Villanova,
’69‐72 1977 La
Salle,
‘64‐65 2009 Saint
Joseph’s,
’74‐78 1989 La
Salle
Coach 1986

Name Theresa
Govens Stewart
Granger Chip
Greenberg Mel
Greenberg Mary
Greybush Sharon
Gross Matt
Guokas,
Jr. Ron
Haigler Granger
Hall Phil
Hankinson Claudena
Harold Dick
Harter Mike
Hauer Sandy
Hawthorne Keith
Herron Linda
Hester Karen
Hiznay Dale
Hodges Allison
Hudson Jim
Huggard Jack
Hurd Tom
Ingelsby Addie
Jackson Harold
Jensen Ollie
Johnson Eddie
Jones Johnny
Jones Wali
Jones Les
Keiter Dan
Kelly Bill
Kennedy Donna
Kennedy Mik
Kilgore Kerry
Kittles Helen
Koskinen Jack
Kraft Maureen
Kramer Carol
Kuna Kelly
Lane Faye
Lawrence Jason
Lawson Hal
Lear Tim
Legler Alonzo
Lewis Ralph
Lewis Harry
Litwack Bob
Lojewski Jim
Lynam Vivian
Machinski Mark
Macon Amy
Mallon Ellen
Malone Hubie
Marshall Maurice
Martin Rollie
Massimino John
McAdams Bob
McAteer Suzi
McCaffrey Dwayne
McClain Jack
McCloskey Keven
McDonald Pat
McFarland Chrissy
McGoldrick Bob
McKee Aaron
McKie Jack
McKinney Bob
McNeill Bill
Melchionni Al
Meltzer Bill
Mlkvy Bob
Mlkvy Terri
Mohr Susan
Moran

Affiliation Induction
Year Temple,
’82‐86 1993 Villanova,
’79‐83 1990 LaSalle,
‘82‐86 2003 Sportswriter 1992 La
Salle,
87‐91 1998 Penn,
’78‐82 1990 Saint
Joseph’s,
’64‐66 1976 Penn,
’72‐75 1982 Temple,
’80‐85 1991 Penn,
’70‐73 1980 Temple,
‘96‐97 2008 Penn
Coach 1993 Saint
Joseph’s,
’67‐70 1977 Penn,
’79‐83 1994 Villanova,
’74‐78 1984 La
Salle,
’82‐86 1992 Villanova,
’77‐81 1990 Saint
Joseph’s,
’87‐90 1996 La
Salle,
’83‐87 1997 Villanova,
’58‐61 1978 La
Salle,
’88‐92 1999 Villanova,
’70‐73 1979 Temple,
’84‐88 1994 Villanova,
’83‐87 1995 Temple,
’69‐72 1979 Temple,
’91‐94 2002 Villanova,
’66‐69 1981 Villanova,
’61‐64 1973 Sports
Broadcaster 2003 Saint
Joseph’s,
’67‐70 1980 Temple,
’57‐60 1975 Temple,
’79‐83 1991 Temple,
88‐92 1998 Villanova
‘92‐96 2011 Villanova,
’86‐90 1996 Villanova
Coach 1987 La
Salle,
’78‐81 1989 Penn,
’77‐80 1989 Temple,
’87‐90 1996 Temple,
’75‐79 1989 Villanova,
‘93‐97 2004 Temple,
’53‐56 1974 La
Salle,
’84‐88 1995 La
Salle,
’54‐57 1980 La
Salle,
’81‐85 1991 Temple
Coach 1978 Saint
Josephs,
’82‐85 1998 Saint
Joseph’s,
’60‐63 1975 Penn,
’73‐77 1989 Temple,
’87‐91 1997 Saint
Joseph’s,
‘92‐93 2002 La
Salle,
’77‐80 1989 La
Salle,
’64‐67 1977 Saint
Joseph’s,
’82‐86 1992 Villanova,
‘73‐92 2010 P.A.
Announcer 2007 La
Salle,
’59‐62 1976 1994 La
Salle,
’82‐86 Villanova,
’81‐85 1993 Penn
Coach 1994 Penn,
’75‐78 1985 Saint
Joseph’s,
’70‐73 1984 Saint
Joseph’s,
’75‐78 1989 Big
5
Official
Scorer 1990 Temple,
’88‐91 2002 Saint
Joseph’s
Coach 1992 Saint
Joseph’s,
’57‐60 1974 Villanova,
’63‐66 1974 Television
Announcer 1993 Temple,
’49‐51 2000 Penn,
58‐61 1998 Saint
Joseph’s,
’84‐86 1993 Saint
Joseph’s,
‘98‐02 2009

Name Affiliation Induction
Year Speedy
Morris La
Salle
Coach 2010 Bob
Morse Penn,
’69‐72 1977 John
Nash Big
5
Executive
Secretary 1999 Jeff
Neuman Penn,
’63‐66 1984 Jake
Nevin Villanova
Athletic
Trainer 1985 Hank
Nichols Official 2004 Jay
Norman Temple,
’55‐58 1976 Jim
O’Brien Saint
Joseph’s,
’71‐74 1989 Muffet
O’Brien Saint
Joseph’s,
’73‐77 1990 Lisa
Ortlip Villanova,
’79‐82 1989 Doug
Overton La
Salle,
’87‐91 1997 Stan
Pawlak Penn,
’63‐66 1973 Shelly
Pennefather Villanova,
’83‐87 1994 Tim
Perry Temple,
’84‐88 1994 Ed
Pinckney Villanova,
’81‐85 1991 John
Pinone Villanova,
’79‐83 1989 Harvey
Pollack Big
5
Statistician 1995 Howard
Porter Villanova,
’68‐71 1981 Harold
Pressley Villanova,
’82‐86 1992 Tony
Price Penn,
’76‐79 1985 Jack
Ramsay Saint
Joseph’s
Coach 1983 Julie
Reidenauer La
Salle,
’80‐84 1990 Guy
Rodgers Temple,
’55‐58 1973 John
Rossiter Big
5
Business
Manager 1975 Margarete
Rougier Temple,
’90‐93 2000 Cathy
Rush Women’s
Broadcaster 1995 Ellen
Ryan Saint
Joseph’s
Coach/Admin. 2003 Joe
Ryan Villanova,
’56‐59 1991 James
Salters Penn,
‘76‐80 2008
 Jack
Scheuer Sportswriter 2002 Charles
Scott Penn
Administrator 1981 George
Senesky Saint
Joseph’s
’41‐43 2000 Alex
Severance Villanova
Coach 1994 Ellen
Shields Saint
Joseph’s,
’87‐90 1997 Al
Shrier Temple
SID 1984 Hank
Siemiontkowski Villanova,
’69‐72 1988 Lionel
Simmons La
Salle,
’86‐90 1996 Stacey
Smalls Temple
‘99‐03 2011 Tim
Smith Penn,
76‐79 1999 Tracey
Sneed La
Salle,
’85‐89 1996 Rory
Sparrow Villanova,
’76‐80 1986 Joe
Spratt Saint
Joseph’s,
’56‐59 1983 June
Stambaugh Penn,
83‐86 1998 Terence
Stansbury Temple,
’80‐84 1990 Beth
Stegner Penn,
’79‐83 1993 Marilyn
Stephens Temple,
’80‐84 1989 Kathy
Straccia Villanova,
’75‐79 1989 Joe
Sturgis Penn,
’53‐56 1983 Bill
Taylor La
Salle,
’72‐75 1989 Roland
Taylor La
Salle,
‘67‐69 2005 Lynn
Tighe Villanova,
83‐87 1998 Stephanie
Vanderslice Villanova,
’79‐83 1991 Bob
Vetrone Broadcaster/Sportswriter 1988 Mark
Vreeswyk Temple,
’85‐89 1995 Bryan
Warrick Saint
Joseph’s,
’78‐82 1988 Jim
Washington Villanova,
’62‐65 1975 Bob
Weinhauer Penn
Coach 2002 Doug
West Villanova,
’85‐89 1996 Hubie
White Villanova,
’59‐62 1976 John
Wideman Penn,
’60‐63 1974 Alvin
Williams Villanova,
‘93‐97 2003 Bernie
Williams La
Salle,
’66‐69 1982 Boo
Williams Saint
Joseph’s,
’77‐81 1987 Jim
Williams Temple,
’63‐66 1983 Charlie
Wise La
Salle,
’72‐76 1982 Dave
Wohl Penn,
’68‐71 1975 Randy
Woods La
Salle,
’89‐92 1998 Tom
Wynne Saint
Joseph’s,
’60‐63 1978 Jen
Zenszer La
Salle,
‘98‐01 2007 Saint
Joseph’s
inductees
in
bold

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 156


“THE PERFECT SEASON” Nearly
every
day
was
“media
day”
for
the
Saint
Joseph’s
Hawks
in
2003‐04
as
the
season
of
a
lifetime
was
well‐documented
nationally.
People from
coast
to
coast
could
sense
there
was
something
special
about
the
team
and
the
Hawks
were
besieged
everywhere
by
autograph
seekers and
well‐wishers.
A
game
with
SJU
became
the
hottest
ticket
in
town
as
the
Hawks
sold
out
seven
of
their
last
eight
road
games.
Amidst
all
the hoopla,
the
Hawks
never
lost
their
focus
and
gave
the
University
and
college
basketball
a
memorable
season.
The
Hawks
went
27‐0
and
fin‐ ished
the
season
with
a
30‐2
record,
while
earning
a
number‐one
seed
in
the
NCAA
Tournament
and
reaching
the
NCAA
Elite
Eight.


HAWKS
IN
THE
2003‐04
POLLS Preseason Nov.
17 Nov.
24 Dec.
1 Dec.
8 Dec.
15 Dec.
22 Dec.
29 Jan.
5 Jan.
12 Jan.
19 Jan.
26 Feb.
2 Feb.
9 Feb.
16 Feb.
23 March
1 March
8 March
15 Final

AP 17 13 13 12 12 11
(tie) 10 10 9 6 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 5 5

ESPN/USA
Today 18 ‐
‐ 14 14 15 12 10 10 9 6 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 5 5

Saint
 Joseph’s
 received
 a
 number‐one
 seed
 in
 the
 2004
 NCAA Tournament
for
the
first
time
in
school
history.


SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 157


JAMEER NELSON Consensus
 National
 Player
 of
 the
 Year
 in
 2004...
 Will
 go
 down
 as arguably
the
greatest
player
in
school
history
who
helped
elevate
the SJU
program
to
a
new
level
with
the
best
season
ever...
Saint
Joseph’s career
 leader
 in
 points
 with
 2,094,
 assists
 with
 713
 and
 steals
 with 256...
Number
14
was
retired
on
April
23,
2004...
During
the
course
of his
career,
his
Hawk
teams
compiled
a
98‐28
record
and
made
four post‐season
 appearances,
 including
 a
 run
 to
 the
 Elite
 Eight
 in
 2004 and
to
the
Second
Round
in
2001.
It
marked
the
most
successful
four‐ year
class
in
school
history...
Led
team
to
a
perfect
regular
season
(27‐ 0),
top
ranking
for
one
week
in
national
polls,
SJU’s
first‐ever
number‐ one
 seed
 in
 the
 NCAA
Tournament
 and
 a
 school‐best
 30‐2
 final record...
 Ranks
 third
 among
 Atlantic
 10’s
 all‐time
 career
 leaders
 in assists,
 ninth
 in
 points
 and
 10th
 in
 steals...
 Inducted
 into
 SJU’s Athletics
Hall
of
Fame
in
2011.



 2004
Honors *
John
R.
Wooden
Award *
Naismith
Award
 *
Adolph
Rupp
Award
 *
Associated
Press
Player
of
the
Year *
Oscar
Robertson
Trophy
(USBWA
Player
of
the
Year) *
CBS/Chevrolet
Player
of
the
Year *
NABC
Co‐Player
of
the
Year *
Associated
Press
All‐America
(consensus
1st
team) *
Bob
Cousy
Point
Guard
Award
 *
Bayer
Senior
CLASS
Award *
Frances
Pomeroy
Naismith
Award *
Atlantic
10
Player
of
the
Year *
Robert
Geasey
Award
(MVP
of
Philadelphia
Big
5) *
Guy
Rodgers
Award
(top
point
guard
in
Big
5) *
Uniform
number
was
retired
by
Saint
Joseph’s
University *
NABC
All‐District
3
First
Team *
All‐Atlantic
10
First
Team *
Atlantic
10
All‐Defensive
Team *
National
Player
of
the
Year
‐
The
Sporting
News;
ESPN.com; SportsIllustrated.com;
FoxSports.com;
CollegeInsider.com *
John
P.
Hilferty
Award
(team’s
co‐MVP) *
Atlantic
10
Player
of
the
Week
(eight
times)
 *
Big
5
Player
of
the
Week
(six
times) Other
Career
Honors *
Associated
Press
All‐America
Honorable
Mention
‐
2003
 *
All‐Atlantic
10
1st
Team
‐
2003,
2002 *
All‐Atlantic
10
2nd
Team
‐
2001 *
Atlantic
10
Rookie
of
the
Year
‐
2001 *
Atlantic
10
All‐Defensive
Team
‐
2003,
2002 *
NABC
and
USBWA
All‐District
1st
Team
‐
2003 *
NABC
All‐District
2nd
Team
‐
2002,
2001 *
Robert
Geasey
Award
(MVP
of
Philadelphia
Big
5)
‐
2003 *
All‐Big
5
‐
2003,
2002,
2001 *
Guy
Rodgers
Award
(top
point
guard
in
Big
5)
‐
2003

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 158


THE
UNIVERSITY


SAINT JOSEPH’S UNIVERSITY Philadelphia,
with
its
tremendous
wealth
of
historical,
cultural,
social, and
athletic
attractions,
is
easily
accessible,
while
the
safety,
serenity, and
greenery
of
a
suburban
campus
are
right
at
hand. The
 friendly
 atmosphere
 and
 close‐knit
 campus
 ensure
 that
 stu‐ dents
don't
get
lost
literally
or
figuratively
at
Saint
Joseph's.


INTELLECT

Saint
 Joseph's
 nationally
 recognized
 academic
 reputation
 is
 con‐ firmed
 by
 ongoing
 acknowledgment
 in
 Barron's,
 U.S.
 News
 &
 World Report,
and
Peterson's.
The
Jesuit
tradition
of
intellectual
inquiry
and personal
concern
manifests
itself
in
small,
challenging
classes
taught by
a
caring
faculty.
Graduate
assistants
do
not
teach,
so
undergradu‐ ates
receive
the
very
best
educational
experience.
One‐on‐one
inter‐ action
among
students
and
faculty
is
a
reality
at
Saint
Joseph's. A
 solid
 liberal
 arts
 curriculum
 provides
 across‐the‐board
 learning for
every
student.
Supporting
that
curriculum
are
comprehensive
aca‐ demic
majors
and
learning
facilities.
The
result
is
a
broad
education that
prepares
students
not
only
for
employment
and
graduate
school, but
also
for
life
itself. In
the
fall
of
1998,
SJU
opened
the
$25
million
Owen
A.
Mandeville Hall,
which
houses
the
Erivan
K.
Haub
School
of
Business,
the
Center for
 Food
 Marketing
 and
 Wolfington
 Teletorium,
 the
 region's
 only "Teletorium"
 and
 "Moot
 Boardrooms."
 It
 is
 an
 87,000‐square‐foot international
 academic
 center
 featuring
 state‐of‐the‐art
 distance learning
technology.

PURPOSE

Spirit

|
Intellect
|
Purpose Founded
in
1851,
Saint
Joseph's
is
an
independent,
Catholic,
Jesuit university
 that
 teaches
 disciplined
 reasoning,
 effective
 communica‐ tion,
and
a
love
of
learning.
From
Willings
Alley
in
Old
City
Philadelphia to
 Stiles
 Street
 in
 North
 Philadelphia
 to
 its
 current
 location
 on
 City Avenue,
 Saint
 Joseph's
 has
 continued
 to
 grow
 and
 change
 with
 the times.
The
University
combines
the
Jesuit
tradition
of
academic
excel‐ lence,
a
history
of
service,
and
an
ideal
campus
location
to
produce successful
students
who
seek
to
make
a
good
world
even
better.
An academically
rigorous
and
supportive
community,
Saint
Joseph's
chal‐ lenges
its
students
to
exceed
their
highest
professional
and
personal ambitions,
fosters
the
mature
development
of
values,
and
deepens
a desire
to
help
shape
the
world.
These
characteristics
are
reflective
of the
University's
core
values
of Spirit,
Intellect
and
Purpose. Full‐time,
 undergraduate
 day
 enrollment
 is
 approximately
 4,600. Graduate,
evening
and
executive
programs
push
total
enrollment
to more
than
8,000.

The
students
of
Saint
Joseph's
University
are
dedicated
to
bettering today's
 world.
 A
 natural
 spirit
 of
 volunteerism
 has
 enabled
 the University's
community
service
programs
to
become
the
most
popu‐ lar
extracurricular
activities
on
campus.
In
addition,
a
service
learning program
 allows
 students
 to
 receive
 academic
 credit
 for
 their
 work outside
the
classroom. SJU
 offers
 local,
 national
 and
 international
 opportunities
 for
 stu‐ dent
service.
From
parts
of
Philadelphia
to
New
Jersey;
from
Tijuana, Mexico,
 to
 the
 Appalachian
 Mountains;
 and
 from
 Ecuador
 to Tanzania,
Saint
Joseph's
students
embrace
the
Jesuit
mission
of
serv‐ ing
those
in
need.
The
Thanksgiving
Dinner
Dance
for
area
senior
citi‐ zens
 and
 the
 Hand‐in‐Hand
 Festival
 for
 the
 handicapped
 are
 two annual
student‐run
events
that
draw
thousands
of
special
visitors
to campus
for
fun
and
friendship.

SPIRIT

Men
 and
 women
 leave
 Saint
 Joseph's
 prepared.
 The
 University boasts
an
excellent
record
of
its
graduates
earning
initial
employment, enrollment
 in
 professional
 schools,
 and
 other
 advanced‐degree
 pro‐ grams.
 Part‐time
 work
 and
 internships
 provide
 real‐world
 experi‐ ences,
 the
 kind
 which
 delight
 future
 employers.
 And
 with
 its
 many diverse
 student
 organizations,
 SJU
 offers
 ample
 opportunities
 to assume
leadership
positions. An
extensive
on‐campus
recruitment
program
provides
SJU
gradu‐ ates
with
a
head
start
in
their
employment
search.
Regular
meetings with
faculty
advisors
–
along
with
advisory
programs
in
pre‐law
and the
 health
 professions
 
 –
 assist
 students
 who
 wish
 to
 further
 their schooling. SJU's
 City
 Avenue
 location
 combines
 the
 best
 of
 dynamic Philadelphia
 with
 the
 suburban,
 residential
 setting
 of
 the
 elegant Main
Line.
Saint
Joseph's
103
acres
span
two
counties,
allowing
stu‐ dents
 to
 literally
 enjoy
 the
 best
 of
 both
 worlds.
 The
 city
 of

SAINT JOSEPH’S BASKETBALL • 160


SAINT JOSEPH’S UNIVERSITY Life
After
Saint
Joseph’s

A
Jesuit
University,
Saint
Joseph’s
educates
men
and
women
who use
their
education
to
make
the
world
better.

A
student
in
Saint Joseph’s
first
class
in
1851
became
a
justice
of
the
U.S.
Supreme Court.

Today
there
are
over
44,000
living
Saint
Joseph’s
alumni
in law,
 medicine,
 business,
 finance,
 communications
 and
 education strengthening
 their
 professions
 and
 their
 communities
 in
 every part
of
the
world.

Notable
Saint
Joseph’s
Alumni

Former
Saint
Joseph’s
baseball
star
Jamie
Moyer
(1982‐84),
pitcher
for
the 2008
 World
 Champion
 Philadelphia
 Phillies,
 received
 an
 honorary
 degree from
the
University
on
April
30,
2009.
Moyer
and
his
wife,
Karen,
were
each given
 a
 Doctor
 of
 Public
 Service
 degree
 in
 recognition
 of
 their
 charitable work
 with
 the
 Moyer
 Foundation.
 The
 Moyer
 Foundation
 is
 a
 non‐profit organization
whose
mission
is
to
provide
comfort
and
support
to
children enduring
a
time
of
profound
physical,
emotional
or
financial
distress.

•
Mike
Bantom,
1973
–
Vice
president
for
player
development, NBA •
Brother
Richard
J.
Curry,
1968 –
Founder,
National
Theater Workshop
of
the
Handicapped •
Michael
J.
Hagan,
1985 –
Former
Chairman
and
CEO, NutriSystem,
Inc. •
Michael
Jackson,
1971 –
CEO,
AutoNation;
former
CEO, Mercedes‐Benz
USA •
Dr.
John
F.
Lehman
Jr.,
1964 –
Former
U.S.
Secretary
of
the Navy •
Kathleen
A.
McGinty,
1985 –
Former
secretary,
Pennsylvania Department
of
Environmental
Protection;
Advisor
to
former
Vice President
Al
Gore;
Member
9/11
Commission •
Vince
Papale,
1968
–
Former
professional
football
player;
sub‐ ject
of
major
motion
picture
entitled,
“Invincible” •
Joe
Queenan,
1972 –
Freelance
writer
and
author
(True Believers:
The
Tragic
Inner
Life
of
Sports
Fans) •
Mary
Lou
Quinlan,
1975 –
Founder
and
CEO,
Just
Ask
a
Woman; author
(Just
Ask
a
Woman:
Cracking
the
Code
of
What
Women Want
and
How
They
Buy) •
Dr.
Jack
Ramsay,
1949 –
Hall
of
Fame
NCAA
and
NBA
coach
and ESPN
analyst •
Sr.
Mary
Scullion,
1976 –
Co‐founder
and
executive
director, Project
H.O.M.E. •
Dr.
Andrew
von
Eschenbach,
1963 –
Commissioner,
U.S.
Food and
Drug
Administration •
Jack
Whitaker,
1947 –
Emmy‐award
winning
national
sports‐ caster Vince
Papale
‘68
(left)
was
the subject
of
the
2006
box‐office hit
“Invincible”
starring
Mark Wahlberg
(right).
Papale,
an SJU
Athletics
Hall
of
Famer, was
a
standout
on
the
Saint Joseph’s
track
team,
but
went on
to
play
professional
foot‐ ball
for
the
Philadelphia Eagles. photo
courtesy
of
Sports
Management

Campus
Life
at
Saint
Joseph’s
University

The
culture
of
Saint
Joseph's
invites
students
to
give
fully
of
them‐ selves
and
be
actively
involved
in
all
aspects
of
campus
life.
Most
take advantage
of
the
opportunities
available
to
them
to
grow
intellectual‐ ly,
socially,
physically,
morally,
ethically,
and
spiritually.
This
infectious spirit
of
positive
engagement
creates
a
highly
dynamic
and
interactive community,
built
upon
Catholic,
Jesuit
values. Personal
integrity
and
concern
for
others
distinguish
campus
life. Students
support
one
another,
respect
differences,
discover
common bonds
 and
 build
 lifelong
 friendships
 during
 their
 years
 at
 the University.
Their
attachment
to
the
extended
Saint
Joseph's
commu‐ nity
 remains
 strong
 throughout
 their
 lives
 and
 serves
 as
 a
 guiding example
for
how
to
live
in
a
wider
world
as
caring
family
members
and engaged
citizens.

Saint
Joseph’s
continues
to
receive
high
rankings
by
U.S. News
&
World
Report.
The
magazine's
2011
"America's Best
Colleges"
edition
ranks
Saint
Joseph's
8th
among
183 institutions
in
the
category
Best
Regional
Universities.
It marks
the
14th
consecutive
year
that
SJU
has
been
ranked among
the
top
15.

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MAGUIRE CAMPUS The
 38‐acre
 James
 J.
 Maguire
 ‘58
 Campus,
 longtime
 home
 of
 the Episcopal
Academy,
has
added
52
classrooms,
eight
full
laboratories, 113
 offices,
 and
 14.5
 acres
 of
 sports
 fields
 to
 Saint
 Joseph’s University's
previous
65‐acre
footprint.
In
the
years
to
come,
the
pos‐ itive
 impact
 on
 academic
 offerings,
 student
 life,
 athletics,
 arts,
 and community
outreach
will
be
immeasurable.

Jim
 and
 Frannie
 Maguire,
 here
 with
 former
 University
 President Timothy
R.
Lannon,
S.J.
(right),
are
the
lead
benefactors
of
the
Maguire Campus,
which
opened
in
August
of
2008.



An
 aerial
 view
 of
 Saint
 Joseph’s
 main
 campus
 and
 the
 Maguire
 Campus (foreground).
The
Maguire
Campus
has
added
38
acres
to
the
University.


The
full‐size
gym
adds
more
recreational
opportunities
for
students.
 The
Maguire
Sports
Complex
includes
a
pool
for
recreational
use.


A
new
state‐of‐the
art
fitness
center
is
available
for
use
by
Saint Joseph’s
students
at
the
Maguire
Campus.



The
Ellen
Ryan
Field
on
the
Maguire
Campus
is
the
new
home
of
the SJU
field
hockey
team.
The
Hawk
baseball
and
softball
teams
will
also have
new
fields
beginning
with
the
2012
seasons.


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PHILADELPHIA An
Expansive
Metropolitan
Experience

Saint
 Joseph’s
 University
 is
 closely
 allied
 with
 the
 entire Philadelphia
 region.
 Due
 to
 its
 unique
 City
 Line
 location,
 students enjoy
 both
 a
 tranquil
 campus
 and
 ready
 access
 to
 the
 city’s
 diverse population,
 vibrant
 cultural
 life,
 major‐league
 sports
 and
 entertain‐ ment,
 rich
 history
 and
 abundant
 professional
 opportunities. Philadelphia
–
the
nation’s
sixth
largest
city
and
hub
of
the
Northeast corridor
–
serves
as
a
kind
of
alternate
campus
for
SJU
students.
 Students
 take
 advantage
 of
 the
 city
 in
 many
 ways.
 Thanks
 to
 an extensive
 and
 supportive
 alumni
 network,
 they
 obtain
 internships with
 leading
 companies
 and
 other
 regional
 employers,
 take
 part
 in cooperative
 learning
 programs
 and
 find
 rewarding
 positions
 in
 the corporate,
government
and
service
sectors. City
Skyline

Bob
Krist/PVCB

Boathouse
Row Independence
Hall


Anne
C.
Kristensen/PVCB

Anne
C.
Kristensen/PVCB

Center
City

SJU's
Philadelphia
location
gives
students
access
to
two
worlds.
The campus
 resembles
 a
 park,
 surrounded
 by
 the
 stately
 homes
 of Philadelphia's
historic
Main
Line
suburbs.
Center
City’s
cultural,
com‐ mercial,
and
recreational
activities
are
only
a
short
ride
away. SJU
 students
 take
 frequent
 advantage
 of
 the
 artistic
 and
 cultural resources
Philadelphia
offers
–
the
Philadelphia
Museum
of
Art,
the Franklin
 Institute
 Science
 Museum,
 and
 the
 Kimmel
 Center
 for
 the Performing
 Arts,
 to
 name
 a
 few.
 In
 addition
 to
 rooting
 for
 their beloved
 Hawks,
 SJU
 students
 can
 be
 found
 cheering
 on
 the
 profes‐ sional
sports
teams
in
the
city,
particularly
the
Eagles,
Flyers,
Phillies and
76ers.


A
Philly
tradition
‐
the
cheesesteak Edward
Savaria,
Jr./PCVB

Fireworks
at
the
Art
Museum

Lincoln
Financial
Field

Edward
Savaria,
Jr./PCVB

Anthony
Sinagoga/PVCB

Former
SJU
star
Jamie
Moyer

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Phillies/Miles
Kennedy


ADMINISTRATION

John
W.
Smithson INTERIM
PRESIDENT

John
W.
Smithson began
his
term
as
Interim
President
of Saint
Joseph's
University
on
May
18,
2011.

He
is
a
graduate of
 the
 Saint
 Joseph’s
 Class
 of
 1968
 with
 a
 B.S.
 in Mathematics,
and
earned
his
MBA
in
1982.

 An
active
and
dedicated
alumnus,
Smithson
was
a
mem‐ ber
 of
 the
 University’s
 Board
 of
 Trustees
 from
 1999‐2007. He
served
as
Board
Chair
from
2003‐07
and
in
that
role,
he was
instrumental
in
completing
the
negotiations
to
acquire the
James
J.
Maguire
’58
Campus.

He
also
served
the
Board as
Vice
Chair
as
well
as
Chair
of
the
Student
Life
Committee. Smithson
led
the
search
committee
that
selected
Fr.
Timothy R.
 Lannon
 as
 the
 University’s
 26th
 President
 in
 2004,
 and played
a
key
role
in
the
launch
of
SJU’s
most
recent
compre‐ hensive
 campaign
 ‐
 With
 Faith
 and
 Strength
 to
 Dare:
 The Campaign
for
Saint
Joseph’s
University.

Smithson
 was
 a pitcher
 on
 the
 Hawks’ baseball
 team
 from 1966
 to
 1968
 and
 was inducted
 into
 the
 SJU Baseball
Hall
of
Fame
in 2005. Smithson
 is
 currently
 a
 member
 of
 the
 board
 for
 the Association
 of
 Jesuit
 Colleges
 and
 Universities
 (AJCU)
 and serves
 on
 the
 Atlantic
 10
 Presidents’
 Council.
 
 He
 is
 leading Saint
 Joseph's
 University’s
 Strategic
 Initiatives
 to
 further enhance
 the
 academic
 rigor
 and
 profile
 of
 the
 University,
 as well
as
spearheading
the
Athletics
Strategic
Plan.

Smithson
is
a
graduate
of
the
United
States
Navy’s
Officer Candidate
School,
and
was
a
U.S.
Naval
Officer
from
1968
to 1972.

 Prior
to
coming
to
Saint
Joseph's,
he
served
as
Senior
Vice President
 at
 Towers
 Watson
 Reinsurance
 and
 as
 President and
CEO
at
PMA
Capital
Corporation.

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ADMINISTRATION

Cary
Anderson,
Ed.D. VICE
PRESIDENT
FOR
STUDENT
LIFE ASSOCIATE
PROVOST

Cary
M.
Anderson,
Ed.D.,
is
in
his
fifth
year
as
vice
presi‐ dent
 for
 student
 life
 at
 Saint
 Joseph’s.
 He
 is
 also
 associate provost,
a
post
he
was
named
to
in
2010.
 Dr.
Anderson
oversees
many
areas,
including
athletics
and recreation,
residence
life,
career
development,
student
educa‐ tional
support
services
and
counseling
services,
among
others. Dr.
 Anderson
 joined
 SJU
 from
 Canisius
 College,
 where
 he served
as
the
associate
vice
president
and
dean
of
students
for eight
years.
Prior
to
that,
he
spent
nine
years
at
the
College
of the
Holy
Cross,
working
as
a
complex
director,
assistant
dean of
students
and
associate
dean
of
students. Dr.
 Anderson
 has
 brought
 to
 Saint
 Joseph’s University
 a
 dedication
 to
 the
 Jesuit
 educational philosophy,
 along
 with
 a
 wealth
 of
 experience
 in higher
education
and
student
affairs. “The
Jesuit
perspective
on
education
resonates with
 my
 own
 personal
 educational
 philosophy,” explained
 Dr.
 Anderson
 on
 his
 commitment
 to working
 with
 Jesuit
 institutions.
 “Many
 universi‐ ties
 talk
 about
 educating
 their
 students
 with
 a concern
for
the
common
good,
but
Jesuit
colleges and
universities
really
act
on
this.” Dr.
 Anderson
 holds
 a
 bachelor’s
 degree
 from the
 University
 of
 Iowa,
 a
 master’s
 degree
 from Loyola
 University
 of
 Chicago
 and
 a
 doctorate
 in education
from
the
University
of
Massachusetts. Anderson
has
been
a
contributing
columnist
to several
 student
 affairs
 publications.
 
 He
 recently completed
 a
 term
 as
 editor
 of
 the
 National Association
 of
 Student
 Personnel
 Administrators (NASPA)
Journal. Dr.
 Anderson
 and
 his
 family
 live
 in
 Bala Cynwyd,
Pa.

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ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION

Don
DiJulia

ASSOCIATE
VICE
PRESIDENT DIRECTOR
OF
ATHLETICS One
of
the
most
respected
leaders
and
well‐known
names
in
col‐ legiate
athletics,
Saint
Joseph's
associate
vice
president
and
direc‐ tor
of
athletics
Don
DiJulia is
now
in
his
sixth
decade
on
Hawk
Hill, etching
 his
 name
 in
 the
 annals
 of
 SJU
 athletics
 first
 as
 a
 student‐ athlete
and
later
as
an
administrator. DiJulia
 is
 in
 his
 second
 stint
 as
 the
 University’s
 top
 athletic administrator
 after
 returning
 to
 SJU
 as
 associate
 vice
 presi‐ dent/athletic
director
in
June
of
1988.
He
has
spent
25
of
the
last 32
years
on
Hawk
Hill.
 For
the
past
21
years,
DiJulia
has
overseen
tremendous
growth in
the
University’s
athletics
programs.

During
his
tenure,
five
varsi‐ ty
programs
have
been
added,
a
new
weight
training
facility
built, athletic
 fund
 drives
 initiated,
 and
 athletic
 facilities
 have
 been updated
and
created.
 Saint
Joseph’s
underwent
the
biggest
project
in
DiJulia’s
tenure with
the
expansion
and
renovation
of
Alumni
Memorial
Fieldhouse, which
reopened
for
the
2009‐10
season
as
the
Michael
J.
Hagan
’85 Arena.
 The
 Jack
 Ramsay
 Basketball
 Center
 was
 dedicated
 in
 the summer
 of
 2009
 and
 includes
 state‐of‐the
 art
 facilities
 for
 the men’s
 and
 women’s
 basketball
 programs
 as
 well
 as
 athletic
 com‐ munications.
 This
 comprehensive
 plan
 to
 enhance
 varsity
 and
 recreational sports
 at
 SJU
 has
 also
 included
 the
 transition
 to
 the
 Maguire Campus
and
the
creation
of
varsity
fields
for
baseball,
field
hockey and
softball,
six
tennis
courts
and
additional
recreation
and
intra‐ mural
facilities.
 DiJulia
 was
 honored
 at
 the
 2009
 NACDA
 Convention
 with
 the Gary
 Cunningham
 Lifetime
 Achievement
 Award
 presented
 by
 the Division
I‐AAA
Athletics
Directors
Association
(DI‐AAA
ADA),
which is
the
highest
award
given
by
the
organization.
In
2005,
he
was
cho‐ sen
 as
 the
 Northeast
 Regional
 Division
 I‐AAA
 Athletic
 Director
 of the
Year.
 DiJulia
 has
 emphasized
 the
 importance
 of
 the
 student‐athlete with
the
institution
of
the
SJU
Athletic
Director’s
Honor
Roll
as
well as
senior
Scholar‐Athlete
awards
during
his
tenure.
 He
 has
 spearheaded
 the
 hosting
 of
 various
 conference
 and national
tournaments
by
SJU,
including
the
the
2009
NCAA
Men’s

Basketball
 Championship First
 and
 Second
 Rounds and
 the
 2000
 NCAA Women’s
 Basketball
 Final Four.
 DiJulia
 was
 part
 of
 the most
 compelling
 story
 in college
 basketball
 in 2003‐04
 as
 Saint
 Joseph’s gained
 the
 attention
 of
 a nation
with
its
successful
quest
for
the
perfect
regular
season
and run
 to
 the
 NCAA
 Elite
 Eight.
 With
 DiJulia
 leading
 the
 way,
 Saint Joseph’s
 handled
 the
 unprecedented
 demands
 on
 the
 program from
its
many
constituents,
including
alumni,
fans,
and
media.
 A
1967
graduate
of
Saint
Joseph’s,
DiJulia
has
worn
many
hats
in college
 athletics
 during
 his
 more
 than
 40
 years
 of
 professional experience.

His
career
began
in
coaching,
with
a
one‐year
stint
as assistant
baseball
coach
at
SJU
in
1968.
He
then
went
on
to
assis‐ tant
coaching
positions
in
basketball
at
Fairfield
University,
George Washington
University
and
American
University.
 During
 his
 first
 tenure
 as
 director
 of
 athletics
 at
 Saint
 Joseph’s from
 1976
 to
 1981,
 DiJulia
 was
 instrumental
 in
 the
 planning
 and construction
of
the
$5
million
athletic
and
recreation
complex.

He also
oversaw
the
growth
of
women’s
athletics
as
softball
and
cross country
were
added
as
varsity
sports. DiJulia
left
Saint
Joseph’s
in
1981
to
become
commissioner
of
the East
Coast
Conference,
a
position
he
held
for
two
years
until
leav‐ ing
 to
 become
 commissioner
 of
 the
 Metro
 Atlantic
 Athletic Conference
from
1984
to
1988. He
is
extremely
involved
in
the
intercollegiate
athletic
communi‐ ty,
and
currently
serves
on
the
Atlantic
10
Television
and
Officiating Committee,
 the
 Dad
 Vail
 Regatta
 Board,
 The
Institute
 for Sport/Spirituality
 and
 Character
 Board,
 and
 the
 Philadelphia
 CYO Board.
 A
two‐sport
athlete
as
an
undergraduate
in
baseball
and
basket‐ ball,
 DiJulia
 was
 a
 member
 of
 the
 1964‐65
 Hawk
 basketball
 team which
compiled
a
26‐1
regular
season
record
and
a
top
10
national ranking
under
head
coach
Dr.
Jack
Ramsay.

 In
2005,
DiJulia
was
inducted
into
the
Hall
of
Fame
for
his
alma mater,
St.
James
High
School,
and
in
2007,
he
was
inducted
into
the Pennsylvania
Sports
Hall
of
Fame
Delaware
County
Chapter.
 He
 and
 his
 wife,
 Pat,
 reside
 in
 Havertown,
 Pa.,
 and
 have
 seven children
and
12
grandchildren.

Under
DiJulia’s
leadership,
Saint
Joseph’s
has
hosted
numerous
conference and
 national
 tournaments.
 In
 2009,
 SJU
 hosted
 the
 sold‐out
 NCAA
Men’s Basketball
Championship
First
and
Second
Rounds
at
the
Wachovia
Center.


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ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION Jim
Brown

Katie
Shields

ASSISTANT
VICE
PRESIDENT/ ATHLETICS
BUSINESS
AFFAIRS

ASSISTANT
VICE
PRESIDENT/ ATHLETIC
DEVELOPMENT

Jim
Brown is
in
his
10th
year
as
assistant vice
 president
 for
 athletics
 business
 affairs, but
12th
overall
at
Saint
Joseph’s
after
spend‐ ing
three
years
as
assistant
athletic
director. He
served
as
the
Tournament
Manager
for the
 2009
 NCAA
 Men’s
 Basketball
 First
 and Second
Rounds
hosted
by
SJU
at
the
Wachovia
Center.
 A
 1976
 SJU
 graduate,
 Brown
 has
 brought
 to
 his
 alma
 mater
 a strong
 background
 in
 athletic
 administration
 at
 both
 the
 collegiate and
professional
levels.
He
began
his
career
as
the
athletics
business manager
at
Villanova
University
in
1980
and
in
1986
was
promoted
to assistant
athletic
director. In
August,
1987,
Brown
became
the
director
of
finance/controller for
 the
 Philadelphia
 76ers
 and
 after
 five
 years
 there,
 went
 on
 to Temple
 University
 as
 assistant
 athletic
 director.
 From
 July,
 1993 through
June,
1994,
Brown
served
as
Temple’s
acting
director
of
ath‐ letics.
Following
that
interim
position,
he
was
promoted
to
associate athletic
director,
adding
the
supervision
of
the
department’s
market‐ ing
and
ticket
office
operation
to
his
responsibilities.
During
his
last year
 at
 Temple,
 Brown
 served
 as
 the
 associate
 athletic
 director
 for development.